Fernandina Beach news-leader
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079912/00032
 Material Information
Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: August 8, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024610
oclc - 33142109
notis - AFA6512
lccn - sn 95026706
System ID: UF00079912:00032
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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Of Service tEirnan us'teaher For Local NewsAdvertising

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! Since 1858 Absorbed by Purchase. Merger or Succession. The Florida News, The East Flondian The Peninsula The teraanmna Courier, me Island City FeraaiWna-: uoserver Fernandina Express. The Fernandiaa News, The Florida Mirror, The Nassau County Star, The News The Feraandna Record ..
Fernandina News-Record. Nassau County Leader The Outlook. The Ilorida-Ceorgia: News. The Fernandina News The Buccaneer.
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i2' if' IIJuscfaJtIn : ,.. .... r ; ..: .' ;' f. Union Sets Monday
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:; : '..., :- Junior Golf Tourney For August 26 I For Strike Vote

ci; f jL'W 4" ..(: 1 ',j August 26 has been selected] spective .age groups. !!'I.1 member Notice has of been international rift (o.

rr !| as the date of the first round of Agef groups are set ,as 15 thru '
.'.. .;...... Y'. j the annual News/Leader Junior: ,,17, 12 thru 14, 9 thru 11 and 8 Brotherhood of Pulp, Sulphite
an4 Paper _Mill
'Golf] Tournament at the local and under. S i Workers at the
local division of .
links. i i All: play will begin in the I Rayonier, la.corporated ,
''';;''I>''< y .< .: .:;. :,::< ( Ed Mattson, head pro at the :: mornings and matches will con that a meeting has
.. been for hold"strike
Fernandina Beach -Golf Course, !:inue each day until the completion I set Monday to a
Any news that carries the Jis handfng the tourney details i, of the tourney. vote

Word strike usually brings a certain .. 4* t and is ,accepting registrations forI I II Trophies will be awarded the I ,On Tuesday of this week the
amount of apprehension to ; I Locals voted to
the competition. 1 1t winners and runnersup in eaeli a pro-
all concerned. The possibility ofa I '. Matron .announces. that match j flight ( posal from Rayrnier to the

strike appears to exist at the play will be .used, and that there I j. Patents of junior golfers ar? I Fernandina Beach and Jrsup,

Fernandina Beach a\': Jesup _vd I # : will be individual 'c competitionII : urged to have their youngsterssign (l la., divisions. (The workersat

plants: of Rayonier, Incorporated, .1 I'for boys, and gjrls and that all I II up early with Mattson at the two mills negotiate jointly -
with the posting of a police of .4* .. entries will compete in, their re- the pro shop. *. ).
strike vote here this, '\r Most ; .,,, I, I \ == J. 4, (! .\ : .
Rajonier proposal covering ;
everyone, except pc s hosc .5
closely involved, vit.', .ch a : | Sheriff's Office To Classes \ j. two years, contained a

possibility with mixed emotions. Sponsor 5 raise of 7 cents pfr hour the .

Everyone realizes that unions first ,tar and a rake of 3%

have promoted the lot of the American .x.' ., ; In CD For Law and Fire: Personnel the second year, with a 7 cent J
working man to a peak :
'i. minimum. Included .
in the
envied by all other countries of II pro-
1 BY WALTER J. PRESTON, JR. elude training in Rescue, Radiological posal were certain other tn.I I
the world. On the other hand it . ,. ,A.
.' CD DIRECTOR Monitoring, Emotional I creases in fringe benefits.
must be noted that country Sr I I .
has gained No. 1 stature in .the Commenc'ng Saturday,. .August Disturbances, Traffic Control, :I At press time, the News-Lead,
world as an industrial giant S 10, the Nassau County Sheriff's Property Protection: Water and I i er was unable to contact union
; .. S Department, i'n. cooperation with Land; Patroling, and use of small officials for '
through its precepts of free en f... : E..4..... ,. .. -5.-S... Civil Defense, will jconduct I a statement oi\
: a ser arms
terprise. This has been gainedon the parts of the proposal that

the basis that those with the II IN OPERATION TillS WEEK is the new Fernandina cessful bidders for furnishing the bus. Lasserre took a ies of training, classes for law Eafrh course will begin at 8 ,!I were objectionable. Results of

foresight, ambition, determination Beach bus which will become a part of the twice daiy!! enforcement. fire ,and other personnel a.m.sand will! run for approximately 'I the strike vote and union requests
few days off from his busy schedule to fly to Austin, who ,might be concerned eight (8) hours. Unless will be carried
and are a following
courage I schedule to Jacksonville and return. City Manager David ,
I faur, return for their investmentand I Gatchel, left, is shown as he receives the, keys to the new Texas, and drive the bus back. The- new bus seats 21 with after rescue an emergency.The operations. during or will otherwise be held notified in the Junior the classes High:, Monday's meeting.
my mind effort.that There a sensible is no ,doubt reasonable in- vehicle from Gene Lasserre, of Lasserre Motor Co., sucpassengers with a large storage space for packages. first. two training periods, I i I School Cafeteria in Fernandina I!

10 and Satur. I Beach. Gil Becker
approach to any problem I Saturday, August : Gives
J facing Americans here or else William Now day, August 17, will be devotedto The Civil Defense Commtteeof
where in an enlightened atmosphere Wesley Arnold Named Regional FLASH! I I Medical Self Help-First] Aid. of Woman's Club, chaired ,:

will result in a solving of i Service. Manager At It will be sponsored by the County by Mrs. Frank Youngblood, will Kiwanians Report

problems] in the best interest of Plant Controller By Container Corp. They're at i it again! The Wo I Woodward Motor Health Department in cooperation assist In class administration and ., j
with local doctors. and drinks
all concerned. I feel confident man's Club making plans] for ,. I( serve coffee and cold On State Park' Year
"---- Sandy DeSandro of the City Recreation during the courses.Officers .
that this will be the case locally. j jI their annual entertainment earlyin I ,
I "Local boy makes good" is a tainer Corporation of America. 1 DepartmentThe :
October this
I mild way of putting it ,in the Wesley ha3 been promoted year i't 4 third Saturday. training I BY TOMMY HALL
School days are just a few I case of Wesley Arnold and a recent from' his post as Plant Controller I The dates to remember are .: 9 i period, August 24, will be con If Arrest Gil Becker, superintendent of
weeks away and many parents I October 8, 9, 10. It will be a big f Fort Clinch
major promotion with Con. with the ]local corrugated division ,* ducted by an Army Ordnance State Park, wa Ihe
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already have an eye toward I of Container; .to Regional i event indeed and your cooperation t i Team from the Third Army, Atlanta I principal speaker at the regular
what Johnny or Susie will wear and support will be % 4 4 4I Boys On Jaunt
Plant Controller. 'He will have I appre. ( ; Georgia. It will cover Ex- I .meeting of Kiwanis Club on
tu school the coming semester. offices in Chattanooga, 'Tenn., I ciated. .,/ 4F plosive Ordnance Reconnaissance. Monday evening at Seaside Inn.

Local merchants also are ,castingan and plants he will .control, are I Read your local paper, watch : F In Stolen Car He was introduced by Bryan.
eye toward the back-to-school those in the Southe stern Corrugated : TV and listen to radio, for the Courses are being scheduled i Maxwell, program chairman.;.
I shopping days and most have in :' I latest information on the coming 4 in- I
Division", Nashville, w45 : for subsequent Saturdays to Becker gave a resume of the
their lines of appropriateattire Four Virginia youths being
new I attraction.
Knoxville, and Chattanooga, activities of the 'park during the
for the well-dressed stu held in Nassau County jail on
Tenn., Winston-Salem, N. C., and I : :: fiscal year ending July 1, and
dent. Before take a shopping stolen charges, are to be
: you Scout 89 car
Fernandina Beach:? i Bible School At Troop !said: that a rough estimate indicated
spree in the city, try your ,4 picked up' today by a U. S. Marshal
local stores. Chances are you'll A graduate of Fernandina Church of Christ r I f I and turned over to the campers accounted.. for
High School, Wesley attended 1 *( some $140,000 income to local
what looking 4fl Sunday F.B.I.
find just you are '
for and at competitive prices, the University 'Florida where I August. 12 Thru 16 The fur boys, Charles Sch- eided.He merchants. during the year just ,

too. Besides, that, our city streets he attained a B.S. in Business I I !'mitt, 20, of Manassas, Ya, Roy t
!I The Ferpandina Beach Church For Week's
Administration. Camp reported that a substantial "
ate considerably safer than the ; S Orren, 17, of Knoxville, Va., and
of Christ will conduct its Vaca.
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; ; appropriation had been included
highways. : Upon graduation! he entered i'j
14 and 15,
tion Bible School l beginning ; BY RALPH WOOD ; two juveniles, age '
the firm of Haskins and : Sells, : -n the current year's budget for
? Monday, August 12th. and con. Scouts of local 8!) were taken into custody Tuesday .
jof New City, certified pub. Boy Troop j restoration and repair to the
Late_.tummer usually briirwually : n tinning through., ,Ffiday, August, William Pyron has been appointed .will, leave Sunday afternoon fora afternoon during a routine check barracks at Fort Clinch'Miss' ,
,j vhlt Ji4';' '] .. ...... .v lervice '
.. 'J" ;I.4X1 '16thr: -* : [ manager! a1 week long' under their 'on U, S. 17 by Dejt jiff "
: yrcache*' a.. ;climax on. \ !n.t9 8tbeT'joined' Container ii\|! '!| Woodward JMotor Co., according camp and I jColvin] Smith antSthTop. Louuft' TJafcsSne'rl was" .
,1' fo'r'
Classes will be leadership
,, provided own program.
Labor Day. With\ this Increased the local division and has received. i to an announcement this week. I C. H. Strickland. I i guest pianist in the absence of "
young people of all ages pre Two. patrols of eight boys each I Kiwanian Louis Ferreira who
activty also comes the pel'todicpromotions: since that Sheriff H. J. Youngblood sad: i i
water I
11,school through senior high, with L Mr. and Mrs. Pyron came, to have been organized under the
danger of tragedies by those time 'with the company's recognition qualified, experienced instruc I I I Fernandina Beach from Selma, leadership of Jimmy Corbett and } the officers stopped the car was ,away on business. t

who take too big a chance in the \ of his, .ability manifest in i ibis tors. The school will be conducted Ala., where he was service man Jerry Bunch. Separate kitchenswill while checking drivers licenses. Two new Kiwanlans, AI Eason, i

Unless you're an expert latest step up the ladder. I Ir farther at the safety supervisor at Rayonier I
water. w.WESLEY each morning from 10 to 12 ager at Hooper Motor Co. for 35 be set up and the cooks for Being questioned
swimmer, and accidents also hap Wesley was born in4 St. Mary's, I j years. They are presently mak. each meal will receive rations sheriffs. off'ce, pne of the juv- Inc., and Walter Smith, new ;
pen to the most proficient, don't ARNOLDRegistration I Ga., but moved \berg with, his I: noon. 'I I ihig. their home at 216 South 7th and menu from the quartermaster -eniles admitted the four stoic owner manager of Western Auto, i i
alone in unorotect -' ] when he wai six. He b : If you wish io arrange trans. and financed inducted !
swim or family I I St. They are members of the for each meal. | the car in Pennsylvania were formally byTho- r
: The City furnishes lifeguards the of Mrs Dena Arnold of portation for your children, call G. Hall.
areas. For son I church. their trip south using! mas I
j Presbyterian A number of skills from knot
2613239. The church will be glad
and equip- this city. I Ilits : I
ample rescue First Grade Set f' to provide this seryice for : The services offered at Wood tying to weather reports, will be checkbooks acquired in Virginia I
Swim where it is ava'lable.Just : shows I: you.
inert service record four Beach, Va.
:1 ward Motor Co., Chevrolet dealer available] and the Scouts earn !, City CommissionersHave
remember water safety,: August 15 -16 years with the U.1' S. Army Air I Everyone, is cordially invited i I will be found in an ad in this ing the highest score will receive Just before press time, Deputy i
boils down to common sense. Force, three year\.of which were to attend. issue. his. week's camp for half Smith reported that a 1951 Chevrolet 2 Complaints
Urge all those you are in con- 'I Parents who have recently spent i in' the Panama Canal Zone. he found in the woods jut At Tax EqualizationMeeting
Uct with to observe the rules of moved to Fernandina Beach and Wesley] Mrs. Arnold (the Church Of God Other features of the week west of Yulee] with the two rear I i

ater safety so as to be around have not registered their children former Sarah Freeman of this I District Governor will' be swimming canoeing and wheels missing, had been identified Monday night a* a i

for another summer of fun in for school, and parents who I city) and Allyspn,':'age one year, : Sets Night Classes possibly a watermelon] eatin as a car stolen in Jackson tax equalization board, ,the-City :

and on the water. have children entering the first I will move to Chattanooga and i' For Bible SchoolThe Official contest. ville. Commissioners heard only.'.lvfo

"* grade this year, are requested to his new post on August 18. Coin- Pays YisitTo The staff consists of Chip Deputy Smith had the car 'complaints on the proposed tax j

If a Texas woman has set up I begin registration at the Fei :-I cidentally the I date for the move Church of God, at 4th Wood, assistant director, Charles I towed to the county j jail hut roll for the city. : I

any sort of a pattern, people I i nandina Beach Elementary I is Allyson's! initial birthday.. and Cedar Sts., will hold its annual Lions ClubDistrict Witt, quartermaster, with Jack i Thursday. Both complaints] were resolved"
will be standing in line to lid j School. '/" \ t. Vacation Bible] School beginning i I Barniak, Mike Rylant, Mike Pik- and a tentative cijy budget"is '! ,

the shiny, new city bus. Gene I Registration date is set for Becton To InstructIn August 19, continuing uia and Billy Miller rounding out Local Credit Union expected to be" submitted at an (Ii'
Laiserre, of La: erre Motor Co., Thursday, August 15, and Friday through August '23. Classes w:11 Governor Walter R. the leaders in charge of aquatics early meeting. i ,
went by plane last t week to Austin i August 16. Everyone is I Safety School be held nightly from 7:30 until "Sonny" Lee, of Gainesville, paid and other activities. Officials Visit Miami : .. 1\\

Texas to drive the1:new bus I urged to attend to this on the i For Coast Guard 9:30: p.m.Registration. i I an official visit to the Fernan. Ralph Wood, Scoutmaster, will For Annual ConclaveA New Market Slated" f
Beach and dina Beach Lions Club they t
Fernandina as
back to dates set so that pupils may be will be held at 7 serve as camp director.
sub qquent delivery to the city I i assigned to a teacher before the I Commander Tom Becton, of p.m. on August 19, for nurseryage I met in regular] weekly session number of local credit Union For South Eighth "

While driving through the 1J us- I opening day of school], Septem. the U. S. Coast Guard Reserve, up to adults. Sessions will i Tuesday night at Seaside Inn. There is still a large numberof officials were in Miami Beach: II

ton Texas, business district, ber 3. I left Saturday for Yorktown, Va., include games, singing, handicraft Lee, current 'president of the photographs for sale] in the last weekend for the 29th annual Ground is being cleared at the

Gene stopped for a traffic light Entrance requirements are as for two weeks of duty with the stories, etc. Commence Florida LP Gas Association, has group being offered to the public convention of the Florida corner of South Eighth SUed

Trying to get a littler l'ef from follows: I Advanced Merchant Marine Safety ment will be held Sunday evening an outstanding record in Florida. by the News Leader at special League of Credit Unions. and Date Street, across from I

the Texas heat, Gene had the 1. Must be 6 years of age on School i August 25. Lionism and has held a number,. prices. They are picture Attending the conclave, held Woodward\ Chevrolet Co., this }

door of the bus open but, even or before January 1, 1964. \ Becton will instruct classes at I Rev. L.. Marvin Johnson, pas- of key posts. used in past editions. in the Deauville Hotel, were Curt Reek and it is reported a nv/ ,
so, he was surprised to see a woman -/ 2. Birth cert'ficate the school and will also take an tor, extends a cordial invitation He is also active in the North : The large, 8 X 10's are .30 Gordon, Bill Lee and Tom Farrof market will be installed there. f

step on the bus and aA for i 3. Immunization records. advanced course. I. to the public to attend.g Florida Eye Bank, having been I each, with all smaller sizes only Container Corp. of America, A building permit has been i <
transportation to a specific pdnt I instrumental in first formation I .15 each. Jimmy Kittrell, Rose Tomlin- secured from the city by Jack-; j .
in that city. Although Gene said 1 and currently serving as trea The public is invited to come son and Tump Lewis of Rayon- son's Minute Markets of Jack
his destination was Florida, the ,. ... .. ...,.,. ,. I' !
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also] ionville.
\ I surer. lIe aided in the form. in and look through the selection :er Incorporated. ;
woman insisted he was "pulling :.j ." ; ation of the Glaucoma Clinic at ,
her leg" and demanded U>. go to : : : .... I
; the University of Florida. ;
I thi \g .7rf\I : '" :' :: :" .:. :. : ,
light t .
her destination.ith I ...' I Lee', who was presented to the : :<' ::, ,. 1",. ; $ I
in. <
I changing:: and traffic getting I ," I club by President Ben Clarke] ,II
siatent, Gene had to use all his .5' spoke to 'the local Lions on "the
the i ito I
to get woman '
image we project to the public
watt for the right bus. Gene ; \y; ) and what Lionism has meant to .
said the 1216 miles from Austinwas I .. < I.
made without further incident I ,, ,. me.
that Lions
He emphasized asa I
did admit when I
although he I
civic group, are leaders.
at the entrance i iw. !
he looked down
their 'community and should conduct I I
.the Bankhead Tunnel underMohle ; I
themselves] as such. He enlarged J
he had misgivings
on the opportunities af
bus would fit into that I '
that ,the
forded a Lion in serving otters \
dark hole into the ground i .
small and urged all to do their: sharein !, I
made this week as I I !
Delivery was
I carrying out worthwhile'pro; ,
shown in a picture in this i issue '
and service ii supposed to be jects.In I I Iy
conclusion, he charged the .
better the route to Jacksonville !
evco on club with the requisites 'of beinga ,-
and back. &tt If LI
and j.
good Lion left them with .'
the question, "what do you have
Talk about having an in with I for Lionism" 1
the stork! Louis Ferreira, president i .. 'Z M Following his address, Lee Y \I Im

of the Florida National lifetime !
: 5'S presented membershipsto -. .
Bank. has his chest out over hu i:;': Lions Pete Pappaj and Walter'; ,. ... '

lint grandchild, and -especiallyso I S ..* McCall. Another charter member :r" .A.' :", i
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the addition i \ : tL
since was
new for
eligible life membership
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born on Lou: birthday. The ; John Hutchins, was unable to attend : i4'k t

latest Ferreira heir's name ; OFFSHORE FISHING continues to be the finest in many years with heavy catches the meeting. I I f.I.. "i.''.." '.-..'.... .,;,'Ii\: :! .,./".":..: .. .4'. : : I II \
Louis, of course. II coming in almost every daT e biggest catch recently is shown above at Sports During the meeting, Clarke I "' : >

I man's Wharfhert they were brought in the early part of the week on, Frank Whit- told of the upcoming light bulb I II I FERNANDIXA BEACH'S fine looking Jiff guard: crew could well have been the inpi.F :

,I When you stop to think of the I II I aker's boat the "Sea Bass". The catch totaled 634 pounds and included red bass red campaign the club will engagein I ration for that catchy little tune, "Please Don't Talk To The Lifeguard," tempting '

encroachment of government in snapper, king mackerel, coblt, bonita, amberjack and flounder. Left to right, II v'die : as a contribution to sight con I! many a fair 'maiden to resort to other action for their attention. Shown from left I
and absurd .
fields the servationfork.
.... to interpretations so many being read, into Peterson, owner of Sportsman's Wharf Sammy Hamilton, wharf manager, Jimmy I W. H. Melton reported ,on the ,' behind Sandy DeSandro, City Recreation Director, are Buck Bibb Jack Barniak, Water J

the Constitution, think on these Whitaker and Frank '\ itaker. The Whit akers, of W'aycross, Ga., reported this was golf tourney between Rotarian Safety instructors Bob Jennings, Allen Kirk and Richard DeSandro, Harold Davis, i

thinsr Nowhere in the Constl-1 the finest of the many fishing trips they have made to Florida -watrst Jimmy caught J. and Lions, which ,was; ,played I Mike Davis and Carl 'Vo1t rs. Not pictured is Wayne Saunders, who was rectnttyrecognized

;. (Continued On FIJI Six) the largest of the fish, a 33'pouad red basi .\. ,. J'"*.\, .. .' ... 1Ccntied( OnFage- ; .SIX) (or his heroic rescue of three Dimmers.r..t' -- ,

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Pa8 e_' co --... ews-Leader, Fernandina t Beach t Florida..-- Thursday,August 8, .1983 I Il -: Reports front Washington J -: MARiNA Lor i I Ensign Gene Ga ens' ton of parts force gaining of the limited Republic c'nfrc( of] I I!

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ERNANDINA 'BEACH/N1EV On USS Henrico; In Korea and requiring "action). by I
By Rep. D. R. (Billy) :Matthews American and Korean forces to t ii i
511 ASH STREET .-.'PHONES 3686 3687 :l r Operation FlagpoleUSS i destroy the enemy and restore i

A John' K. Perry Newspaper .r'\vrJ BILLS PASSED BY.THE ''.' ". 'f *, I. HENRICO' (FHTNC) '- governmental control. ...w !\
t'Jh: t Bay Caldwell, Editor and Mnafff HOUSE' The normally operates I II I
vrJNotiowCeunter f J aa an ar az f Navy Ensign Gene Giddens, son I i Henr'co _.

: : .::.. (G f aA9 I voted for all of the following' fI of Mrs Larney E. Jones of 1804, out. of San Diego, Calif. v'., fJ I
EDITORIAL,: PAUL WARWICK bins; I Beech St., is serving aboard the !I i i ,

IN10NAI Asfsbd TIGN'I '" I 1. Presidential Transition attack transport ship USS Hen I Some of the world's best golf ,{I i
I V JJ3ufm H. R. 4638. The purpose! of fJnis rico, a Seventh Fleet unit, which ,
.'. CU11 0b ".;M."jnti You have to reach up and see : legislation j" to promote th /orderly I recently participated in a joint scores are made with lead pen- t I

ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION if your beard is as long as it transfer of the executive U. S.-Republic of Korea amphi- ''' cils." Terry J, Carlson, Sjles- ,
ought to be then stretch fJ
.. .1 .,",,Published{ every Thursday and entered at the Post Office outa power in connection with th>ec- bious exercise dubbed '"Opera- ', yule (Pa.) Post Dispatch __ f
leg to if it creeks and
.. Fernandina Beach, Florida, as second class mail matter. : see piration of the term ef office ofa Boats docking at the new City : tion Flagpole" and conducted .

Subscription Rates: even then you are not quite sure I President and the VtturnrJitiOu'of ,' Marina during the past week I near Seoul, Korea.
4 $2.25 6 months 3 Months of yourself when vou start to
$ a $1.25
year -
a new President. The in ,m- were as follows, with the name ; The training exercise involved
,.. .. .. $450 a year out of county write 'about something that happened I'bent' President 'Would not benefit address !
.. ... 50 aero. of the boat; the owner, his 67 ships plus numerous Marine
though! he proposed it because and length of boat listed i, air and ground units of both na- ;-
it half
and Irwin was a century ago, I meney authorized to meet Ulepx- I ,-
Cowboys Engines by Caplantrvct 50 years at least, when this writer in that sequence. I tions.It I
flen'ses'! of a' proper transition' Princess III, D. P. Morris I ,
first visited and. I n1'nose.1 <' ended June 28 as U. S. and "

.". ,. fell in love with Fernandina. Ihadn't from would one administration apnly onlY'wbe.t/\ 'another anew *> Johns Island, South Carolina, 351 Korean Marines secured their 1
been back since until last feet I last objectives after four days ,
February; not because I didn't' administration tomes info f Tom-Cat, T.' Shelton, Fort I shore combat amid driving rain.Flagpole" .
office, that is, when a new President Lauderdale, Fla., 34 feet .
want to come back but because ( is similar to other
.. things just didn't seem: to work takes over from President ,Ilapino II, Jim Logan, Ocean- operations periodically conductedby \
Kennedy. The bill would remove I
Florida 23 feet.Dolphin
out that in this unpredictable I way, Seventh Fleet units with
r4Li..J world.way the necessity of having the Na- 3I I ,C. F. Johnson, Jr., I armed 'forces of Far 'Eastern ..r r

..", ..... tional political committees or Daytona Beach, Florida, 85 feet. ;
But I'm back now, as of last I friends of the winning President, Marion Clark, II I Virgengo W. B. Hankins, save countries to improve proficiencyin
March 25 and I still love it. amphibious maneuvers. It U
defray costs of transition as they ,
annah, Georgia, 22 feet.
Receives Lieutenant close
aimed also at maintaining
,. That first trip was a high school I have often done in the past. I I' Jamie, R. C. Frozer, '1..
i between
excursion, from Brunswick, on I i 2. Air Pollution Control H.I.1.Commission In Army j ton, West Virginia, 70 j I allied working nations.It relationships.
the old steamer Emeline. We I I R. 6518. This bill is entitled I! i Mann eta VI, J. B. Love,. JaCk- SxeltingMm
heh? school students from old consisted of a mock. inns'wi i
GA. AH- ,
I II "Clean Air Act", and its nulI I sonville Florida, 34. feet ._ I i
firynn: Academy in Brunswick I pose is to improve !I TNCT Marion F. Clark II, 22, Weskit II, Robert Uricho.,. Fort --- ,

.... .' I brought alone: some sort of ama and accelerate p1' streT1'tMn.l I whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. Asa Lauderdale 55. feet. 1
I teur theatrical performance asj i I R. Clark live at '205 N. Third I (
.rt. prevention and abatement of air Ii Ruthie Tins, J. S. Clanton, 1'
'an excuse for our trip. I pollution through increased re- I St., was .commissioned a second ;; Jacksonville, Florida, 2S/feefc: "ew'.. :

From all I can gather, that search. Air pollution has become' lieutenant i in the Army after I Reel -.wol N ;J. Brown ,Jacj;-'
performance was on in the I completing' six weeks of training feet: ONE "
.... put a serious problem and health sonville, North : Carolina, 30 '
v. y Fernandina high school auditorium menace, particularly in our larsre under the Reserve Officer Training Bayamo,. J. J, 'Liston, ;Venice, ; Milt

I the very same building, municipal areas. It has been esti- Corps program at Fort Ben. I Florida, 36 -feet. l< :,"
I am told, that is now the Masonic mated that economic damage ning, Ga, .,July 26. I .

."., 4 Temple. It couldn't have from air pollution amounts to I' Cadet ,Clark, a 1958 graduate I Carl 'R. Johnson .. ( Ii Colors r
been much of a show, from my $11 billion annually in the United of Fernandina Beach High ,

SLUW standpoint at least but we pot !i States. School, is. a 1962 graduate of i I On USS Enterprise ,

Ro AO a kick out of it. And I still get 3. Federal-Aid Highways I Florida State University in Tal- I En Mediterranean Choose from the wide, array .of

UH a reminiscent kick when I pass H. R. 7195. The House passed lahassee. He is 'a member of G smartly-styled decorator colors

SON DE R that contented old red-brick without amendment H. R. 7195. Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity : USS ENTERPRISE (FHTNC) available in' Du Pont Colorfast
1C building. sections of I : House Paint. You'll like the way
N to amend various i [- Carl R. Johnson, dental tech .
Mrs. Edith Flood, the popularand I Title 23 of the U. S. Code relat- Sgt. Coyle ReedParticipating nician second class, USN, nephew it keeps its fresh painted look made for
of colors-all
able Fernandina Beach librarian I I years. Scores
ing to the Federal-Aid Highway of Mr. 'and Mrs. H. E. Williams 'Q'"Q.
: resisting pigments
I In with fine, fad -
,. is my best authority on systems. Primarily this legislation :; of 3106 South Fletcher
IH and .noo' ellowing( oils. >by
just exactly where that amateur is designed:; to bring up to Swift Strike'111 I Ave., is serving aboard the nu-
"OM r SGtiw repainting less
high school performance took date, in the next 2 or 3 years, i clear-powered attack aircraft I t 1

place. I take her word for it, of I the various provisions of the Spartanburg, S. C.' (AHTNC) I carrier USS. 'ENTERPRISE, currently i i

TttNe1.r.sor.pt course, because she ought to I Federal Highway Act. The legislation Army Sgt Coyle .A. Reed Jr., operating, with the ,Sixth : 'Olltslde

know. She went to school ,there I is designed to assure the i 33) whose parents live in Hil-! Fleet in th'e Mediterranean and

herself. She doesn't rememberthe I completion of the program:; by Hard, Fla., is participating in I slated to return, to 'the .U.S: late HOUSE 41i J
? Carelessness caused almost 2,600,000 casualties in 1961.OPEN Brunswick excursion gang! I[the year 1972 which was the target 'Exercise SWlFT 'STRIKE III, a I this summei. I' 's" ass

you understand, but she remem I date written into the Inter- I, U. S. Strike Command exercis, I! The ENTERPRISE; has .been PAINT
bers that such things did used I several .. :
II I state Highway Act years, with more than 75,000 armed I with the .Sixth Fleet since Feb \ ,
LETTER TO TEENAGERS to go on. I II ago.:; The program is expected to I( forces personnel in Georgia, I ruary. J ". .. I rr .,, I. ',.
I More people, some of them total $3.8 billion during the Fiscal : North and South' Carolina. I 'j' ror flmQ.:
.(Editor's Note: The (following letter to teenagers was i I Recent ports of 'call for the CM Stat Farm Homeowners IrDuuXt"1:
Sam W. about !
authentic old-timers like Year 1963 and to continue at SWIFT: STRIKE III pits two four, kinds of I Du Pont :

i written by Judge; Phillip K. Gilliam of Denver, Col.) I Sayler, Sr., DO remember the I II this level for the next several '!task forces against each other in i carrier Rhodes, include Greece.Genoa'- Italy, 'and I Policy p rotectlo provides n-ho me,'contents, I Trim & Shutter',f"-.:::,..

: "We always hear the plaintive cry of teen-agers! 'Wherecan I old steamboat Emmeline and i years. The highway trust fund is ''a four-week mock war ending I ENTERPRISE theft, liabiiity-and costs up t..=
I the fact that a boat was the only in sound condition to support the The an Athn- I to 25% less thin four sepa 'EnamelNassau' :
we go' The answer is, Go home. Hang the storm Aug. 16, and includes airborne
which 166 jtic Fleet unit: normally operatesout irate' policies! Call today .. < I
totalled |
: paint the woodwork, rake the leaves, mow the lawn,' contrivance 50 years ago II program. Receipts .maneuvers, long-distance. airlifts, : of Norolk 'Va. I
I could safely and satis- billion through April 30, 196,'t .
get you :
: scrub the floors, wash the"'car, repair the sink, build a boat,I factorily from Brunswick to Fer- while expenditures totalled '$15..9I : airground"suppofl missions'and i .. '
i Building
build an engine, learn to cook. Get a job! Help your nandina. And Sam Sayler also billion, leaving a balance credit of';; 'countergu rril1a operationsSergeant I Newspapers' .Classified advertising -! <:Q J

: mother, your minister,.priest or rabbi. Help the Red Cross. remembers the excursions that i $681 million. Over 12,220 miles of 1 r f Reed, who r', entered revenue' in 1961 amounted ) James' Bowers, 1

the Salvation, Army, the Heart Fund, the T.B. Drive, Help I used .to come down. II I the 41,000-mife system have been ( the Army'' in September 1948, is I Ii I to 800 'hundred'' mil ion. In; comparison -,I .(r\ :' '.314 Atlantic JI Ave. & Supply 'Co, : i iI

: your Little League, Babe Ruth League, Connie Mack Lea-I He also remembers the Hilde- improved and opened 'to traffic (i regularly 'stationed, at Fort Chaf-i!I annual advertising- 1:ti ,.... Phone '261.3'82
fee, Ark. squad leader in I t-t': < I
Warner Visit the sick assist the I which once ran from Fer Increased ass I venue of all weekly magazinesis 1129 S. 8th Street : j jI
gue, Pop League. poor grade, I i I 4. Service Academies -I the 66th Military Police Com- II .i..t <: :. "
study your 'lessons, and when you are not too tired, reada nandina to St. Mary's and up the Congressional appoints I about $500'million; all .radio 'w,ui J JI I I 1'IJONE: 26.3648.
book. river. Passage to and fro by I ments. The House was passed; bY', pany. stations, 'about $700 million; I STATE FARM MUTUAL.. ---
I I He attended Billiard High I It billboards, slightly over. $200 A.lobOiMrralukalliq ... 1 j
steamer! in those days was just I voice vote a bill amending Tide ia....c DiiPoiit M.iid4'f
"Your parents do not owe you entertainment. Your I about the only way to make it. I 10, U. S. Code, relating to!rthe, chooL His' wife, Elfriede, lives'I I.million; and local TV, around- j I :."Okr. "'" .
. r"Cltyrtown: or borough does: not owe you entertainment. scoot hithci1 'candidates ):t in Barling, ,Atky. $300. million. ; -
of .
Of course you can nomination and selection :.. ._ .::.: t t
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The'world does'riot'owe\ you a' living, but you owe the world and yon all over Florida and for appointment to the Mili I :

I something. You owe it your time and energy, and your I Georgia these days in your ever- tary, Naval and Air Force Academies -/r : I

talents, so that no one will be at war, in poverty, sick or ready automobile. And think no- i including the adoption ;of 'When' fun-time unls. you:: drive,-.there's a Standard gasoline' that's

lonely. In plain, simple language, grow up! Quit being a I thing of it. an amendment obligating all appointees -'i ,, ,just right for its needs Crown. Extra, Crown or : f

cry baby. Get out of your dream world and develop a back- Smooth causeways, for ex- appointed subsequent ty, : STANDARD STANDS OUTs f Economy Crown. Each is famous Jar Jong-run- '

bone. Start acting and thinking like a man or woman. I ample, roll you over and among enactment 'of this legislation t9, 'Dingmlleagedependablepeiformancetoppow i
the marshes from Brunswick to for a period of at least ;,5 '
: "You are supposed; to be mature enough to accept some i St. Simons and Jekyll Islands. years. The bill further revises the .: Sparkling, GO!Is that what you want from your er at'its price. Standard gasolines offer all'the '. -

: of the responsibility your parents have carried for years Fifty and more years ago you appointment provisions of ,the law, '1 car Then try ,the gasolineaUiat.are, custom- poweryour caT can'use-'and not a.nickel.wast ",

... for you. They have nursed, protected, excused, and tolerated had to take the trip to St. Sim- applicable to all three Academies '.: made to keep your engiae'and-fuel i system 'ed'So.! always stop at.the 'familiar I :Standard t

: and have denied themselves needed comforts so ons on either the Seagate or the to increase the number of are
you so as sparkling clean-today's''S .claVj gasolines, sign, where: we take' "better of 'your car. :
benefit. They have done this and I think there cadets and midshipmenfrom > '
that might have every Attaquin authorized '
Z gladly you, for you are their dearest treasure. was another small steamer named congressional sources from Dixie's most popular mct
Hessie. level of 61 percent to 'h,\t..t\
bow the present .
You have right to expect them to to every I
no And in the days when the mil- 'approximately 75 percent; and to tI
whim and fancy of yours just because selfish ego, instead lionaires held such potent sway, make uniform the statutory pro- I I I : I

: of common sense, dominates )'our'personality, thinking and it was next to impossible to reach visions relating to the appointments : ,.

requests. Jekyll at all, unless you "knew of cadets and midshipmento

: 1i1 N IlEA> VEN'S NAME 1 GROW UP AND GO HOME!" somebody" who was specially II the respective acadenves.! Ad I c I4.r

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u T- -- -- -- well-heeled. mission standards to the three 4I& ) t 'I
One of my boyhood heroes and academies will also be more uni- a ls., r ,
1 'y
lac pals in Brunswick, who died during I form than in the past. Young men I I.

... World War I, was Gene Rat. I Itliffe. between the ages of 17 and 22 I ,'' .j .... .

.1fJ/eat euatto e During summer vacations,I who reside in the 8th District and -'.': : ; # :.:: ': .
aMORE ()
it. :
1. m he actually used to pilot the Sea- who are interested in an appoint- '., (i..:... t ,. ... j>.........,....." : ..- .
and the Attaquin from of the Service Academies I : ...+; "
gate ment to one J 7, i :: ," :
Brunswick sq Simon andback. should write to I :. :: ;;, :, ,
/ } ( me. u .. f; ; f.. .t i" ,. ,
FUN ? His father' was 'a steamboat man I 5. Export-Import Bank Aet Ex .t', : \ :\,: ) I
1 and Gene had learned the trade.I A + i E x!" t J. .' r 1f
'". tension. The House has insisted ,I 'd't
r That was really something. Tome I I t ,
conferees acceptthe "
the Senate
that < '
: anyway. r provision that the House adopt. ; :.t :

......, I ed which would prohibit backdoor :,, ,, : t ,
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I .:- r (Jl WIMEYlyllUHNNIt It i I 6. Authorization spending.for Space Exploration.of Appropriations The- .. ; >: ;; ;I'1'; ; < A y yi : .\"

House voted overwhelmingly to ,
)(6i&. I[I authorize appropriations totaling'i I \ .
r,1 ..
: Aeronautics '
'. $5.2 billion to the National : t
and Space Administration 4 Ia
i iI
i follows $t billion i I
I I| for fiscal 1964 as : 4' ,
: r r r I i For Gov. Pat Brown's sake 1 for research and development. .
I hope the California State Finance' $692 million for construction of "

'Department is'more honest in facilities, and $508 million for ad-1 I ; 1
: I I counting dollars and cents thanjtallying I ministrative operations. i f I
+ I
I. r a +S LF a up wetbacks, movie 7. Philippine War Claims Bill. r' i

p ;:: i I hopefuls, the disillusioned and ,,, The House comnlcted action on the i I' I t!

.. homesick. $73 million Philippine War Claims 7

The S.F.D. reported that as cf'' Bill including a ban on fees for .. 9
July 1 California had a popula- Washington attorney, John A. ,; : ,
I .
tion of 17,675,000, an increase of i O'Donnell. 1. I
1 3.7 per cent over the Chamber of i TOBACCO MARKETS OPEN 'j .. ..,. //.1 r, I
Commerce total.California : Congratulations to the Lake I ... f. ,

is the only state J City and High i Springs Tobacco i '
: of mind t that with knowing : : ;
The goes
1 peace which .should report two figureson Markets, which opened en July25th I: ''a' 'f
total residents. "Native" and Another good season Is pre-,
: your personal valuables are property.. "stranded." i 1 dieted. About one-half of all the' .

. nativeborn tobacco in Florida w : I
Since the number of flue-cured 1 r ri f
: protected while you're away. immigrants District. '
I Californians exceed produced in our ,

from the United States VISITORS j
.I 'I II. r I by one the state has a true population Recent visitors to my office

RENT A of 8337,501 and a casual have included Vivian Oliver, Ron 't rf
j and Benes, and Gary Car-
1 I ty list of 8337,499. I Terry :
: BOX WITH US i Greater Los Angeles has a hn, of East Pahtka; )Ir. and Mrs.I + r, j
1 .i guesstimated total of 6,593,500 J. W. Wilson, Carolyn
people. At least that's the gasmask of High Springs; Man Heffernanof

sale figure. I I St. Augustine; A. L. Jackson I I

: Cost is pennies weekly:! Friend of mine said he went cf Waldo; Don Mfckel of Green j STANDARD .

J I out to L. A., where he used to j Cove Springs; Carl Carlisle ; ,

live to look up some old friend !j Trenton; Willis Holder of New- !

.. :Said he hadn't been there but a ; berry; Eddie Taylor of Green Cove A. rr q
I. little over a year before he ran ) Springs; and Mr. and Mrs. Earl ,I '

: l FLORIDA Nalionallank I into one. At least he thought be I Hoffman and Barbara, and 'Dr. I J

:recognized the voice. John T. Creighton of 'Gainesv 1e. ,

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: ----ii',1 '.t Fern Mn ...leech i. "The famitar ,e" '{Man Over. "The guy who says it can't be r a I

board' may one 'day'be changed done is usually interrupted Jby :

aJ ,I to Ian Overhead?" S. E. someone 'doing K." Gerald K. H. F. STONE JK. Agent FirnaBe FJa.
11I__ .IOtai ..-T awJwct ea or o.J jBIeke' *!, Ovid '(N. T.) Gazette Young Bbbabttrg :(la.) Excel ,

and Independent. sior.

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Hostesses Fete Wed July 25 In First Baptist ChurchMR. Juanita 'KitcnensCelebrates r News-Leader- Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, August 8, 1963 Page Three ,I I I

Miss Jo Ann Owens Ninth
m' Miss Stevens Bride of Duane LoveltMR. I

At Bridal ShowerMiss Birthday At PartyLittle "I '-' PERSONAL
JoAnn Owens, popular Miss Juanita Kitchens i

M young bride-elect, was the inspiration recently celebrated her ninth

for a lovely bridal birthday at a party given at the Mrs. J. J. G. Cooper will return I Dr. and Mrs. Roy W hite"Jlmmy ; I
shower on July 26 at the Social Recreation Center by her I
par. home Friday after five Susan, and Mar.lyn of Pike-
Hall of First Baptist Church. y'1Iickii
r ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Kit
weeks at the Country Club in yule, Teen., are spending this
Hostesses for the affair were chens. Denmark, S. C., where she visit I week with Mrs. White's parents,

Mrs. V. E. Selph, Mrs. J. N. Carl Freeman and Kenneth ed relatives and friends. She i I Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Mitchell.
Garner, Mrs. Oris Higgmbotham, Drake were winners of the contests L : will be accompanied home by her I
Mrs. Bernard Higginbotham, enjoyed by the guests.A cousin, Richard Moorer from I Chip Wood son of }fro and

Mrs. L E. Jones, Mrs. Ross ballerina motif was carriedout Greenville, S. C., and Gordon I Mrs. Ralph Wood, returned home

Libhy and Mrs. Clinton Libby. in the decorations and table Gastin of Asheville, N. C. Wednesday after spending the

A color scheme of pastel Yellow appointments. Each guest received summer in Tennessee with rela
and white; was carried out bubble gum and balloons as tk Mrs. Lamar Perdue will have tives.
in the arrangements. Each j as her guests next week, her sister -.
party favors.
window embanked with D" and two children, Mrs. G. C.I Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Lofton had
was Enjoying the affair with Jua as their guests last weekend,
magnolia leaves and centered i1r.: c I Wright, Ronnie and Theresa, of
i nita and her mother Ken
I were, Savannah, Ga. Mrs. Lofton's brother, and his
with a lighted yellow taper.A neth and Kevin Drake, Carmie M wife, Mr. and Mrs James Gore,

I handsome arrangement of + i!Hull, David Fachko, Carl, John | The Rev. and Mrs. Paul Chaplin and Mrs. Morgan of_ Camilla; ,

yellow and white gladioli formed and Wesley Freeman, Robin and of Asheville, N. C., will arrive Ga. Joining the group -for a
the centerpiece for the refreshment Billy Lee, Kathy Crews, Gail I this weekend to spend two short while" was Mr. ana Mrs

table overlaid with a white' Carter, Kathy DuBois, Lauren c' ,weeks with his sister, Mrs. Ruth Elton Duke. of Tifton, Ga.

:Imported cloth. Cake squares, iu Lowe, Rhonda Huling, Ann Mer pMt Brown, at her home on the beach I .
a bridal motif, were served with row and Debra BrazelL z. Mr. and Mrs Thad Lee, hadas
punch. t t Mrs. Anna S. Hill will have as their guest Sunday for their
Mothers present were Mrs. : her guests over the weekend, her daughter, Julie's 10th birthday
During the evening the guests Kathleen Drake and Mrs. Pearl
sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. d'nner, Miss Ivo Everson; Mrs.
enjoyed and stories. Mrs.
games Hull. .f Robert Wood of Perry. Frank Morrison and Franc Mor
J. C. Hazelwood received the AND MRS. JAMES EDWARD SKIPPERThe 4 .
S I rison III of Waycross, Ga. Miss
door prize. wedding: of Miss Margaret -, cessories and a corsage of yellow T ri- Delegates Mr. and Mrs. Jack Baxter of Everson will spend some time
I Miss Owens received a shouci r Panama City are visiting his
Joyce King to James Ed- chrysanthemums.The with the Lee's before returningto
of lovely gifts from the invitciI ( ward solemnized To Attend 1 1963 brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
I Skipper was bride, given in Waycross.
I guests. Thursday afternoon, July 25, at her father, chose for her Training Program .: ,, and Mrs. E. R. Bounds, this ..
,... the First Baptist Church. The wedding beautiful : :;,;, week. Mr. and Mrs. Oris Higgin-
a threepiecesummer '
Chapter ,55/ OES' Rev. James T. Dunnam pastor, suit of white brocade, Miss\ Sue Selph and Miss\ Judy \, >" .'! Friends of little Russell Perdue otham and family and Mr. and

Plans Robert Morris performed the ceremony at four. featuring a sheath skirt, sleeveless Lasserre will leave Sunday to ,.,... .," will regret to hear of his :Mrs.\ E. L. Jones are spendingthis
week at Credent
I week at the 1963 Hi-Y
thirty o'clock. spend a ,
blouse and short jacket ,with confinement to St. Vincents hospital -

Picnic August 14 The bride is ,the daughter of three-quarter length sleeves. She Tri-Hi-Y Officer-Leader Train. AND MRS. DUANE DENNIS LOVETTMiss I I in Jacksonville. Russ' illness 1 Mrs. W. W. Hunter and.daugh.

.J't < ', Mr. and Mrs. Nolan D. King wore a cross-stitch design hat of ing Program held annually at is reported as not serious. ; ter: Gail are spending a week's
Pernandina Chapter No. 55 I Mr. Skipper is the son of Mrs. white silk braid covered with a the Y. M. C. A. Assembly in Blue Elda Charlotte Stevenswas White Temple wedding cake em- I and he should be home Friday. vacation in Miami w

Order of the Eastern Star, will I Ethel Obsharsky and the late maline veil Her accessories were Ridge. North Carolina. united in marriage to Duane bossd with golden throated white

hold its annual obert Morri I John E. Skipper. in white and her shoulder corsage The purpose of this programis Dennis Lovett, on Sunday after orchids and delicate pearls. At I Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barbee of Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Jachko

Ten Acres Wednesday The altar of the church was was a white orchid. to prepare leadership in local noon, July 28th, in St. Michael's each end of the table were tall I Jesup, Ga. spent last weekend had as their guests last "Thurs
picnic at on decorated with twin floor bas. James Gordon served as best clubs, and in the total Hi-Y Fellowship Catholic Church at three o'clock. silver candelabra holding lighted I with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. day, her aunt and cousin, Mrs.

., evening, Aug. 14th. Lets holding handsome arrange. 'man and ushers were Paul Ob These girls were award. The bride is the daughter of tapers, which were entwined 'W. H. Burbank, Sr. on South Buddy Tillotson, Mrs. George
"' 11 members ''ar "' urged to ments of white gladioli and chrysanthemums sharsky and Terry Baughman. ed full scholarships by the Florida Mr. and Mrs. James, S. Stevensof with bridal flowers. Garlands: of I Fletcher Ave. Ray, Jr. returned Derrick and her two daughters,

"ring their families and a bas.' used with native District Y. M. C. A. Yulee, and the bridegroom is smilax filled with pink sweetheart home with them after two weeks Jackie and Peggy.Mr. '
Mrs King selected a yellow!
kl't..,! .. lunch. .c gieencry. Lighted Cathedral tap. linen suit with ovcrblouM for The local chapter of the Tri the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J E. roses, white tuberoses and here with his grandparents.July and Mrs. J. A. Beard will

I .. ers in branched candelabra cast her daughter's wedding. She Hi.Y is composed of 36 memo Lovett of Blackshear, Georgia chrysanthemums encircled the

Knights Feted By a soft glow over the setting. wore white accessories and a >ers. The club advisor is Mrs. I The Rev. Wra. P. O'Keeffe, acting bride's table which stood betweentwo 28 to Walter and Joyce Par- have as their guests this, weekend -

Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, organ. white carnation Mabel Milton. The club has sent pastor, officiated at the topiary trees of large white Mrs. Beard's father and
.P thian Sisters' At corsage. rish, No. 5 Kraft Village.
ist, presented a program of wed. delegates to the North Florida double ring ceremony. mums. two aunts, Mr. W. E. Martin,
Mrs. Obsharsky, mother of
Fish Fry Tuesday ding music as the guests as. the bridegroom, chose a pink Conference held every year and Large white mums and pompoms The punch tables, graced with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Anthony Miss Johnnie Martin, of Iron
sembled. Morris J. uncleof has taken part in both community I Ferreira III, of this city, announce
a l't Skipper, sheath dress with matching with garlands of bridal garlands of smilax, large pink City, Ga., and Mrs. George David
"Pythian Sisters of Fernandina the bridegroom, was soloist jacket. She wore white accessor and moneymaking projects.The fern, graced the altar, and two mums, white tuberoses and chrysanthemums the birth of a son, Louis! t
Temple 7 held a patio style fish and rendered, "Because" and ies and a white corsage. officers for next year are: 'lovely topiary trees of white were presided over Anthony Ferreira IV, August 4 Bainbridge, Ga.

fry for the Knights of Pythias I" The Lord's Prayer." Immediately following the Sue Selph, president; Judy Las mums were placed in the Sane by Mrs. 0. L. Holland of Orlando at Jacksonville Naval Hospital.Mrs. The Misses Marcia Glover and
on Tuesday night at the home Miss Sarah Franklin was the serre, vice-president; Kathy Ry- tuary. aunt of the bride, Mrs. W. C. .
Ferreira is the former Miss Patty Pickron of St. Simons,
it-.Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Robinson. brides: maid of honor and only : wedding, a reception was held lant, historian and Mary Cle- Jones, Miss Judee Brazell and
I ; As the guests assembled Mrs.
arrived to
.4 at the home of Mrs. Yelma Naomi Teel of Yacolt, Washing] Ga. today spend several
Hostesses to the 38 members attendant., She wore a street land, chaplain. Mrs. Coleen Chaffin.
Peyton Bradley, rend with ,Elizabeth
Franklin at 604 South 7th Street. organist! ton. Paternal grandparents are days Miss
present<< were, Mrs. R. L. Robin. length dress of pale yellow tulle .. .
i ered a program of nuptial music. Mrs. Marvin Sawyer and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Ferreira. Burns. e.
The bride's table overlaid
and Mrs. Buck Knight over taffeta, with matching acNow was
song with white linen cloth. The J. Warren Jacksons Miss Judy Fussell sang, "Lord, Clyde Higginbotham served the -- --
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Who At Gana's Wedding Feast". bride's cake. Dainty sandwichesand
tiered: wedding cake was embossed Tour Western States ..
miniature creme puffs in .
with .rosebuds and top. Given in marriage by her
; WithVERNA ped'with a''miniature bride and To. Visit Children father, the bride was radiant ina silver trays were passed by Mrs.J. CdJdlvn
L. Koen of Yulee. ..
frosty white fashioned: <
bridegroom! standing under an
1.1 arch of tiny wedding bells, satin Mr. and Mrs. J. Warren Jackson of silk organza and Chantillylace Little Misses Debbie Wingate, AT THE

'. leaves and lily-of the-valley. Sr. have returned from appliques. The delicately; cousin of the bride, and Jynearl VANITY BEAUTY SHOP '..::,"

N :, month's tour of the West, and molded bodice, embroidered with! Jones, both of Yulee, distributed
Your Hair Mrs. Dour Willis cut the cake o
Stylist 1 visits with his sons and daughters seed pearls and tiny crystal favors of tiny rice bags in pastel .
and Mrs.
-0- Virginia Sylvester pre and their families. beads, featured a sabrina neck shades of pink and blue. Style Special
sided at the'pu 1 h bowl .
Mr. and Mrs. Jackson left on line and elbow-length sleeves. Miss Helen Griffin kept the $12.00 Wave Only 8.50
L For All Beauty Culture After spending some time June 30, spending two days it The voluminous skirt fell to the bride's book.
with their guests the couple left in folds and featured ., o -
Empire, La. with his son-in-latf floor graceful
"" For their
the I
wedding trip,
5 PERMAXLNTS for a trip through the Carolinas, .I and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. a wide back panel of ira. bride chose EVENING APPOINTMENTS INVITED

0 STYLING enroute to Goldsboro, North: I J. Skipper, and family. Mrs. ported Chantilly lace wh'cl: I summer cotton a sheath becoming dress, aqua with I II I PHONE 261-468G
0 TINTING where Mr. Skipper is and children Ardea into ]
Skipper two swept lavishly a chape iridescent white '
.f s ...: .-fWCl4J.S- stationed at Seymour. Johnson oi accessories andj
9"J l T and Billy, accompanied them ontheir train. Her three-tiered veil ---- --- -
white orchid
a. cataleya
COlFrURE Air Force Base. tour, first going to Lake sheerest bridal illusion was attacked .: corsage. ,
Mrs. Lovett graduated from
AXICURES Jackson, Texas, for several day to a double Queen's crown
MISS BETTI LANDRESS "On the basis of effort Fernandina Beach High School
expended -
with Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Jackson of Chantilly lace embroideredwith DAY
those who obtain the and is presently employed by the NURSERYAGES2
1 15 North 6th Street and family. seed pearls and crystal
Florida National
Bank Fer-
greatest amount of money by
beads. She carried a bouquet of
Texas toured
Air Conditioned students with Leaving they nandina Beach. 3 4
writing are college -
orchids with
six white cataleya
Oklahoma and Kansas
through ,
FOR APPOINTMENT CALL 261-4358 their letters home." E. M.I and The bridegroom graduated
then to Lincoln, Nebraska to lily-of-the-valley, stephanotis SupervisedPlanned
Remsburg, VJ ta (CaRL) Press. up tuberoses.The from Blackshear High School in
visit Capt and Mrs. Frank M.
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Jackson and children. From there bride chose Mrs. Richard Jlackshear, Georgia, and is presently Indoor, Outdoor Activities .
r '
employed by
Ellsworth Air Force Masters her matron of honor.
I they went to as
Corporation of America. Afternoons All ,
Base, South Dakota, where Major Her sheath gown of cotillion Mornings Day
James W. Jackson, Jr. is sfa.1 blue satapeau, with overskirt Out of town guests were, Mrs.
I PONYHIDE PLASTI tioned. They spent five days secured at the waist with a bow, T. M. Strickland and Mrs. Roz- CAROLYN ViZCARRONDO

with Major and Mrs. Jackson featured a scoop neckline and ella Allen, Wa}cross, Ga.; Miss 103 NORTH 19th PHONE 261-4224

and family, making tr ps' to elbow-length sleeves. She worea Catharine Swanson, Atlanta; 'I

Rushmore National Park, Custer matching circle veil caught toa Mrs. Beatrice Warren, Richmond, )i _--- -- --- ---- -
National Park, the Dakota Bad perky bow and headband. Her Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Holland j '.

lands, and many other points of bouquet was formed of white and family, Orlando; Mr. !

interest. I phalonopsis orchids and tube and Mrs. Fred Carter, St. Marys, TheatrePhone
Ga. Bowen Don Waters han
Jimmy ,
I They returned via Lincoln, SL roses. ; !
Louis, Mo., Memphis, Tenn. and Bridesmaids were Miss Re. and Andy Farmer, Blackshear, :

Jackson, Miss., arriving in Em becca Wingate, cousin of the Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wn-: i 261-4849 C. E. Beach, Mgr.
4!), 24. bride, of Lancaster, South Caro- gate and family, Lancaster,
$ pire on July
lina, and Miss Cary Thrasher. C.; Mrs. Frances Keisling, Mr?.1 SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MATINEES AT 2:30

. 8\ if BLACK and WHITE Enroute in New home Orleans they to visit stoppedever his Their powder blue satapeau Ada Dyal and Mrs. Edgar Masters NIGHT SHOWS START 7:30

t and bouquets were styled Jacksonville; Llojd W Her-
son-in-law and daughter, Rev. gowns ONE COMPLETE SHOW
identically to the matron ofhonor's. rin, Callahan; D, an Blanken-
i. and Mrs. Joe H. Courson, and ,
Callahan and Mrs.
: Ralph
lllhl a st ship, ;
family. Flower girls were little Misses Campbell, Kingsland, Ga. Friday And SaturdayOne

1 1 nL They arrived home July 29. I Lisa Wingate of Yulee, and Showing Friday 7:30 Saturday 2:30: and 7:30

\ t Legion Auxiliary Kathy of Holland the bride.of Orlando They were cousins Stork ClubRecent "Ma and Pa Kettle Back On The Farm"

'"a wM\ :% -. Board Plans For gowned alike in short Alice blue Marjorie Main Percy Kilbrideo
f : r A. dresses with dainty pinafores
National ConventionThe white eyelet. They each wore a arrivals at Humphreys
One Showjng Friday 8:50 Saturday 3:50 and 8:50:..
I large white phalonopsis orchidin Memorial Hospital:
l! 1 1 Executive Board of the their hair and carried miniature A son, David Victor, born July "The Young Racers" ;

j American Legion Auxiliary, bouquets of phalonopsis or 6 to Shelton and Jane Barber, TECHNICOLOR

\ Theodore Hernandez Post' 54, chids and tuberoses. 206 South 18th St. .

i I held a meeting Tuesday night Master Eddie Edge served as A son, Joseph David, born Sunday and Monday

I at the home of Mrs. Faith Pearson ring Best bearer.man for the bridegroomwas July Rowland 8 to, 30G Williard South 7th and St.Jessie Sunday 2:30 and 7:30 Monday 7:30

I on Cedar Street. All officers Floyd Lee Garrett. Ushers I'
"No Time For Sergeants"
; :
A son, Ricky Barton, born July
Joe Lee of Black-
and members of ,the board attended were Tommy
9 to Carrol and Pauline Crews, -
shear, Georgia, Curtis Smith,
l l ,t and favors Convention were made thatis Nat Smith, and the brother of 127 South 5th St. II Sunday 4:35 and 9:35 Monday 9:35
for the
to be held in ,Miami, September the bride, Robert Stevens of A daughter, Patricia Alinda, "Borabbas" ....:..:
Yulee. born July 10 to Mr. and Mrs. ; -

I I 612. At the close of the ceremony, Allen Sweat, Callahan. TECHNICOLOR .' -

I 9 ( After the meeting adjourned, Miss Judy Fussell sang the "Our A son, Kenneth Aron, born I --

I ( refreshments were served. Father". July 11 to H. K. and Joyce -.

1 1I a The mother of the bride chose Daughtry, Callahan. DRIYE.N

Coin Club To Meet for her daughter's wedding an A son, PbJIip Edwin, born Juiy _
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attractive gold reembroideredpeau I 12 to Mr. and Mrs. Charles
I : Monday EveningThe Friday, August 9 8:00 p.m.
1 \ de sole sheath dress, fea Lyons, Rt. 1, Box 203.

i ii I- LN'D Buccaneer Coin Club will turing an Alencon lace bodice. A son, Terry Lawrence, born "7 Men From New Now"

I' riF kAA meet at 7:45 Monday, August She wore matching accessoriesand July 14 to Mr. and Mrs. Robert I' 9:10
ft of p.m.
i[ 12th, at the Recreation Center. a corsage golden bronze liege, Jr., 2008 Beech St.

! cbi All coin and stamp collectors are cymbidium Mrs. Lovett orchids., mother of the A daughter, Sheryl Mane,' "Band Of Angles"Clark

invited to attend. born July 15 to Robert and Gail Gable Yvonne DeCarlo
f bridegroom, wore a becoming I ___
lavender linen dress with lace Jones, 409 Cedar St.
i jacket and lavender and white I A son, Scott William, born Saturday, August 10 8:00 p.m.

..WATCHFOR accessoris. A corsage of pink July 15 to John and Ida John : "If A Man Answers"Sandra
r rI)
cymbidium orchids completed her i son, 906 Stanley Dr. i Dee

ensemble. A son, Terry Edward, born! 10:07

t MAHQGAH* FIHISH Immediately following the July 22 to Ralph and JoAnn p.m.

ceremony, the bride's parents Boutwell, Callahan.A "No Time For Sergeants"
I entertained with a reception at son, Kevin Adam, born July

t the Woman's Club. The spacious 25 to Adam and Virginia Fisher, Sunday, August 11 8:00 p.m.
I Mather of Fernandina auditorium was lavishly decorated 519 South 7th St

with arrangements of white I A son, Ivan Wayne, Jr., born I I "Ma, and Pa Kettle Back On The Farm"

.. and pink mums and pompoms July 26 to Ivan and LaTrellc 9:30 p.m. :-
329 S. 8th St. ': with magnolia foliage. Against a Williams, 223 S. Fletcher Ave.A + -
GGe xy Q&TURNING background of summer greenery,I daughter, Teresa Lynn, born "The Young Racers"TECHNICOLOR
Phone 2614383 UU DOWN the bride's table overlaid with a July 26' to"llr. and Mrs. Charles
1 1St; white cut-work embroidered: cloth, Sturges, 141$ Beech' St

-_ ---- .was centered ,with i three-tfercd A daughter* Karen, Joyce, born

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I ,Page iiour +' b1v .Leader: Feniandina .Beach,.Florida Thursday, August 8, 196.1 -' eoI r r ."
/; I Which 'Cntw :'Fk5f t?r delicate treatment Dr. >.Roman.off THE SUUKCE
I II continues. cook slow- A : ebiin "
} I Always jewel on a golden
I II' Miss 'Katherine /Thompson, Mr. .and -Mrs. H. <.D. 'Lehman I II j xw x va. Iy.cr..theywill'beeometO'tlghand I In irridescent splendor shines.
'iifiersonas/ of I left Monday for $! ; BY 'GERRY -SHEFFIELD tasttless !I again
: daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. B. l 10 spend C CThe This gleaming gem returns
| arrived :several &13nib ttheir son-m. I I chicken A A few eccentricities I With added .glw, the light it
I' 1 Thompson, Saturday rM egg or the ?. of the : uncovered i i
Miss Mary Anne Gladden of law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs I ri : finds. ,
I' from Washington, D. C. to spend .. i moot question of little ceasequence 1 from 'Mr..iHarff collection i I; '
E SaWTinib, Ga., is 'spending the I'J. M. Saucer,. and children. 'Kaj considering their value I about the egg or, the chicken ,'
"' .
A stone
I some time with her parents before and Stuart The glory of the perfect
weekendwith Miss Judy Jameson and the almost unbelievable facts : ? Adelaide, a Poole, Eng ,I
\ her roommate at, Georgia her marriage to Homer Lee Mr. and Mrs. J. .M. Drew and F tI I uncovered .about ,each: particularly "'land hen, laid carved eggs. ,From ,'Is It in claims its true no coofemnvijiy.brilliance of ifs, ,
Sonthenu. Knearl on August 17. Mrs. J./H. Drew spent last week if you have _a good friend 1957 until her death.' Adelaide own,

Miss Frann Tucker of Savannah Among the 852 candidates for : in Tampa and St. Petersburg I I like Harry Lehman who, more I laid hundreds flf eggs, every one In its inherent purity.
" degrees following the completionof i visiting friends and relatives. ,j F than once, has furnished material I as curved AS a'banana. This chick r:
\i Ga.and; Miss Caroline Term B of the third trimester I While in St. Petersburg they for some mighty interesting even made television appearances !1 The light it gives is from above,

Pitts of Ashburn, Ga., students t at the University of Florida are, I visited Mrs. Minnie Homage, I reading. collecting more than$2,800: I Farflung for all the world to see,
I of. Georgia Southern, arrived to- Thomas Graham Digby, Frank- I former resident. II III I II Contrary to some public opinion for charity. Adelaide died quietly In token of -a greater love

day. to. spend several days with lin D. Dillard and ,Daniel James i that milk is the most nearly on the nest after laying' an :I Portrayed in dark Gethsemane.
i Miss-%'Marcia Townsend. Hamilton, Each is a candidatefor I Mrs. Vernon Pickett .And children I I perfect food, Dr. Alexis ROm&1.I I egg curved as always. : Herbert Luke.
a Master's.Mr. Vance and Paulette, are i I k, off, authority on the egg, says A hen in Burlington, Iowa

,Miss...Bobbie.. Becton, daughter spending two weeks in Spartan- \that the egg is the most perfect i crows like a rooster each morn Classifieds Pay Off '
and 'Mrs. Maxie Sirmana I burg, S. C. with relatives. Friends LY 1\:thing 'in the universe. It constitutes ing, but remembers her primaryduty ----- '
:returned. home Saturday .and Mr. and Mrs. 'J. II. Drew :will regret to hear Mrs. ;Pickett ILj a complete !food, contain' by laying an egg' fight on

I i spending a week with Miss Martha -spent last weekend at St. Simons ]:was confined to Spartanburj; ring all the elements necessary I schedule. '

I' Leeks in Waycross, Ga. I Island, Ga. I General Hospital for several ,: life with most of the egg's I I, 'A Rhode Island Red in Bara- I

"i days.Mrs. nourishment in the yolk. i boo, Wis., reportedly lays .nothing
\::1, Georgia Pickett and Miss Dr. Romanoff says there is no but double ,and triple-yolk ,CIt
: Dorothy Jean Pickett are spend A SCENE 'FROM '"Barabbas" in technicolor. showing Sunday difference between a white anda eggs, although the Wisconsin record
.. ing several days in Callahan and Monday at the;Ilan.' Theatre. brown shell egg. To test an is held by a Yalders hen t

There Is '. I with the former's daughter, Mrs, egg 'for freshness, put it inl 'I'with a five-yolk creation. On the t '
William Cook, and sons. .. bowl of cold water.. If it sinks, other hand, a pullet in Cuthbert, .a.
it b 'fresh. i Ga. deceitfully ''laid an empty
f A Mr. and Mrs. Newell Hayes It is recommended that eggs shell! .

Always had as their guests Tuesday TheGarden : be kept in the refrigerator, but I II In Cudworth, England a hen
'I evening, his uncle, Kester Hayes taken out and retained to room laid '10 eggs in less than an hour,
I "DfST'PLACE"For' lof Liberty, Kentucky, and his temperature before cooking.' Cold I I .
:: I and in Japan a hen; produced 69
P I son Odel Hayes of Indianapolis., Basket eggs usually crack when put Into in a 17-day period. Topping both
Indiana. hot water. Eggs should not
was another English pullet with

CJUEerything I Mrs. Jimmy Ragans will arrive ti -liIf: BY. JANE.:SCOFIELD be'stored kept outside more than the a refrigerator.few days if 360 eggs in 15G .days. I @:mstron9'VINYL. .
visit with Would have guessed such
tomorrow for a you
I "
I Leftover whites well
keep I
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kent egg things about our fine-feathered I
v I, Crisp. Mrs. Ragans has just! August is definitely the time ,catalogues in late summer,' covering refrigerated in a covered glass I friends t And sol leave you with
i completed trimester exams at for'reading on garden subjects. ..Iis ', 'bulbs, and other' items for:fall Jar. Egg yolks may be put in a this little thought; I FLOORS :
\ I the University of South Florida a time for planning orr the.new ,.planting Even if one intends to .jar, covered with water, and refrigerated The codfish lays ten thousand !
garden which in our climate iuy locally these atalogues.are or, beat the yolks I !
in elementary
where she is majoring year ; eggs, .
: REAL ESTATE'MORTGAGE education. Mr. Raganswill begins> in September. This, makes delightful planning guides, and 'with a bit of ,water and store in : The homely'hen lays one. A vinyf floor:to .. !;

join her here later. many garden chores coincide with for those who' like to plant named A :covered jar. The codfish never cackles .mee ev cry taste :
the rush of the usual ,activities varieties they, re"' sseritia1. If one Delicate and fragile eggs like .To tell you what she's don and budget !
I : Clifford H. Sheffield has just which come along with the opening intends to 'order bulbs,.send for a And so we scorn the codfish,
lOANS returned from a two week's tour of school and the resuming' of catalogue ''immediately and ,get I and is published semi-monthly in While the humble hen we prize, :
of the Eastern United States. other interests laid aside for the the order in ,early ,and have it Jacksonville, P. 0. Box 779. 'It ,Which only goes to show you Porter' & Lovequist
1 lIe enjoyed guided tours at< summer and it is much easier to :filled while the bulb bins are'full.; II I carries three or four columns of That it pays to advertise!

:Y -O.U WIL; ; 1 'Receive 'Straightforward Washington, D. C., New York have information and well thoughtout One should take advantage also i listings of seeds and plants of ornamentals t Color Center : ,
Cit7, Boston, Burlington, Ver
plans ahead of that busy
mont, and other points of of the VFlprida Market Bulletin", and, one can buy very Newspaper| advertising' is 8th St. At Five Points : lI t '
< : many Gardening in Florida, even in put out bj the Florida Department I interesting material at ,reasonable printed salesmanship that brings, I Phone 2G1-3068 !II. ,
| Advice Here ,Abouf'fvery I interest. North Florida, is based on ,quitea of .Agriculture.: It is free ,rates. through this medium.. consumers news 'of products. ,
I Friends of Mrs. Letha Sea. different schedule than that outlined --- -- -- ---- --. t.
will regret to learn of in catalogues and general .
i of graves
A loan.
: Aspect 'Mortgage : the death of her mother, Mrs garden magazines, a fact quite I

.. Alice Bailey, of Bell, on August; confusing to those"who are new. 3
I 4. Mr. Seagraves attended the< comers. The cool'days of'fall,'late :CHECK :OUR : 1 aA4c1UIPP

iYOU: : WILL: Find :If A !Pleasure funeral with his wife at the New winter and early spring are quite .. 1lit'
: : ( : Hope Advent Christian Church important growing days here, I II
nth flowers,well past their !
in Bell many

1; To Deal Here With friendly: ::And ,Miss ,Margie Brewton, daughter prime season long begins before in other the blooming sections. '

of Dr. and Mrs. Cecil Brew One needs to have a good reference a I : ,

;:'Experienced 'People. ton has recently returned home< book on gardening for this .
after attending a five weeks particular section. The ,University j jof 'i .
music camp on the campus ofF : Florida at Gainesville and the, .

; STOP IN TODAY AT THE S. U. A concert was given by state Agriculture Department ,inj, t s 1 .I
all the students and Margie participated Tallahassee have a large varietyof .
by playing the piano very helpful 'pamphlets- the! .
:: "BESTPLACt"i and singing in the chonn. A subject. Our County Agent has a
banquet was given for the parents stock of these in his Hilliard 1 i 1

and students immediatelj! five for ,distribution, ,and if ot-I ..

i FOR A MORTGAGE LOAN following the concert.Mr. doesn't have what ,you want
either it or suggest a sub-
and Mrs. H. C. Haddockhad
as their house guests recently stitute. I : I
FERNANDINA FEDERAL SAVINGS If one desires reference material .
Mr. Haddock's oldest son and< I.
and Mrs. Marion combined in one volume, there \ .
his family, Mr. I
.- I Haddock, and children, Kajei I are two books which are quite I I
& LOAN ,ASSOCIATION i and Clay, of Palatka. good. The 'first is a book written\I 1 "
by University professors and pUb-1 j ,
Miss Janice Fly and Paul Mar. lished by the University ,j i iI
:. 202 Atlantic Ave. Phone 2615502PHASED tin of Stetson University, Ralp I "Your Florida Garden". This covers ;, ,

: Norman of F. S. ,U., Don Collin. gardening throughout Florida* 1 i
-a- __ _. Gail McKendree and proeedL rr.. ,
- and Miss wer! but designates plants i
the guests of Maria and BrendsII ;L ures 'for each section of the state >

Beard at their home on S. Fletcher .. north central, and south. 'Naturally -| I
II Ave. last Saturday. After ;a L this book is authoritive and i, GUARANTEEDNEW

WHY SO ? i picnic lunch swimming ,was en. one would not expect to find suggestions : l j
I joyed. Janice, Panl and Ralp}1 dealing with attempts; to, 1 1APPLlED
made up the Youth Revival tear 1 grow plants outside their climatic* TREADS 1j j
1 that held services July 28 through! zones. ] r. .
August 2. at the First Baptis t t Many Fernandinians were followers .
Church. The team left late Saturday .. of the programs on the air i =e : orrsoUrm 1 TIRE,BODIES, OR 'ON YOUR:OYINTIRES: 1
'. afternoon for Hart Have 1 of Mr. Hamilton Mason, formerly t .

E "-0 -. Baptist Church in Jacksonville. of Jacksonville I but now ,garden, 1.
I editor of one of the national'magatines. -
He also wrote a.garden col-j i
: I umn in a Jacksonville paper and t
: '

,. 1'' "'; l t,, several lectured in occasions.Fernandina His Beach excellent on ', .. -_ i'e'- 4

4 t tI
.. book published several years ago,, _
: :r. "Your Garden in the Sooth" iS4 _. .t

: : -- 'IOPICS based to a large extent on hiss)I ,
", : iJ: personal gardening experiments in ANY S'iZ'i

Jacksonville and not only brings. : j,t t .... '.' ........ ........ .'..... ................. ___-
A Service of,Your Doctor of Medicine gardening quite :dose to'us. ,but.t _
'. Your Florida Loci Medical,AI tdlc Association.l Society mad Ue contains suggestions for a little TtFtttOItt :DOUBLE GUARANTEE 1:

., ,PRENATAL CARE experimenting .with plants' off the j Our retreads, Identified by,Medallion' and t;
: IMPORTANTChildbirth beaten track. I [shcpi. 'rnorktarfyrthisIDOUBLE! 'GUARANTEE:; "' ; i ; ar

There is ,a garden magazine 4 UFtnvrcoARAfmE o HAD HAZARD GUARANTEE 1wturtdttgtn
is a completely l .|iait Boroul aid kiurdt Inltfl i '
natural and normal published in Florida, ""Tropical ,i tp aid aut.d.1swing igt+iribJ puneturm-.wr.d i mJh M< happening; t lilt of U.bwd. 4.1.1 PMMIICW Gar-i
\\ImL/ and in a large majority of Living Homemaker and 1 t. I
births there which gardening<1 gtLie.w4MwrfMniilMYrllIOrIMiW/iXiMt.triaif tljwtNll. "
are no special problems dener", covers ''i'
for either child or'mother. with :excel-i I 't.AM ww.nt' t
the state
throughout .... l
i .t\
: The early weeks of pregnancyare lent articles by successful gardeners *.' .-.s..._b.wwr- tJ .Ii.,,:.,... hII 1
the most important in the 3 -"-41r-. ..d C'u Guts CfocUttfei'.Mctri ,Storm ,
I\/ infant's development. It is during descriptions of our I .. '. ..... ... ... .. ........, .... .......' .
I- ; this period that the growing Parks, and other allied material. -- -, .. "
: ; baby is most ,susceptible to Each ,issue carries a garden'guide i
all sorts of problems that will for each section of the state.
cause trouble later ,
studies have shown Widespread that Of course the national garden i ,
birth problems could have been magazines strive to carry articles ;
:: BECAUSE HE TOOK ADVANTAGE prevented or reduced if the pertaining to every section of the All :tires mounted :FREE i '. -- (.
mother-to-be had consulted country and there is useful Information l ; ,1
physician at the outset of pregnancy : for Florida in practically .
m THETREMENDOUS or even before becoming These the I
) issue. are
:pregnant every .choose your.terms..ipay
For instance a ell-balanced magazines that keep us up to date ; 6 'A
diet containing all the essentials on new plant varieties, new gad.1 ) eml*monthly. or monthly
:BARGAINSBEING !o.proper nutrition and growthis gets, new methods, and -what is ..' F.j
necessary for both motherand going on in the gardening world $ :
infant. The doctor has 1
long generally. They carry good artie-!
been aware of the importanceof -
diet jn pregnancy and thus les on flower arranging. They I SAME.Slim SAME 'SAME SAME
: OFFERED ON -A -gives counsel to the mother-to- make most interesting reading, I

II ke. Certain infectious diseases, and backed by our own local 'reference [rim 1111 TREAD TREAD : TRBAD
,. such as German measles can library mentioned .above
have .an adverse effect on the J j i

,. ,... infant),.particularly if the mother'during'the becomesill 'first can We be couldn't most useful.get along withoutthe 1 ilwH1TELIII1 DESIGN liii DEPTH III 'WIDTHfimtone : i

.. "'. CarrierRoom three-months of,pregnancy. It gardener's wish 'books, the I II' { DESIGN J s j
.. is most important for the ,prospective catalogues. A tremendous amountof I '. ; kasNew Firestorreas N ew Firestone 'asf>1ew Firestone
.. mother to exercise I' useful.information, is contained ; as new/1963 ,: rtes 'Tires
extra 'precautions against exposure 1 Tires i
in these. Flower show judges read : tires -
.. to infections ailments. 1 jI 1i
Blood typing of both father i them assiduously in order to kefP'I i ja a I It
and mother ",ill inform the doc abreast of what's new. Everyonewho t
Air Conditioner tor as' to whether there is a I gardens should have a couple .
possibility of a clash of blood
types between the two parents i iof general seed and'nursery catalogues i iI
I a couple of rose catalogues
that may cause problems for I
: the infant. Warned in .advance, I if interested in roses, and a good
,At the doctor can be prepared to bulb catalogue. 'Use 'the advertisements -!
meet this condition. Dregs in the garden magazinesto I BEACH !
sometimes have I I II
:can aa effecton choose from. Bulb catalogues

LI'B.'Reese'Plum6ing: & Heating (o. the the.mbryefcparticnlarly The early expectant months of mother pregnancy. daring additional come out in small mid-summer'edition with in the an I I I SUPPLY j I

should be very cautious about spring because the majority of : -
*" taking any drugs without coasnltiag bulbs are planted in the fall. The:
"We Service Everything We Sell" > her doctor.-.. main edition of the seed and nursery
Good prenatal -Gte wonl
t "
solve an catalogues tome out 'in'early 2&1-4482
:. 1104: South 8th Street Phone. 261-4892.... ,s with of the cilUbirUi.problems bet associated .k-: !January, bat quite .-* few *'the I.hone
twill -enable the"doctor to ideal iargerscospansea+p4t it..1I IU'i
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f 4 I ,CHURCH OP GOD .Morning Worship _-H a
y The Churches Cor. 4th and Cedar Sts. 11:00 ajn. Morning'Servi,

I I, The Ret Center a. ',y k haw e 't R
II( BY SANDY DeSANDRO ; ftf.,.. Sooth 14th Street LUTHERAN CHURCH 10:00 a.m. t_ Sunday School 7:30 p.m. Wednesday V.LB.-YouR. ,
Kenneth L Jones MinisterS Donald R. Himmdmao, Pastor 11:00 a.m. .:-. Morning Service People '
t! THURSDAY, AUGUST 8th. I Pistol Club in the Conference A I II II I day: Bible Study 10.00 a.m. Phone 261-5634 Ynt Friday Evening 7:30 p.m. !7:45 Prayer MHtin;
1 Room at 8:00: P. :M. ; N II I Corning Worship... 11:00 a.m. Sunday School _'9:45 a. rn. 1:30 'pj*. Evening Service '* J
r., Junior Olympics Allen in Kirk the Pool Men and Boys' Health Club in V 4 II Evening Worship. 7:00: p.m.Tuesday Worship Service 11:00 a. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday '- I MEMORIAL METHODISTCHURCH
1:00-2:00 P.M., InstSenior I
s .
the Health Club Room, day and r : Singing Practice 7:30 7:30 pm.BIBT.B ..i. .
Citizens Club in the evening. p.m. CHURCH Of GOD OP Nelson P. Mojer, Pastor .
Conference Room at 7:00 P.M. & (Held at various members homes) PROPHECY BAPTIST CHURCH 9:45 aw. _...... Sunday Sfhoql
Teen Club in Game Room 7:15 SATURDAY, AUGUST 10th. _
Wednesday: Mid-Week Bible Re?. H. C. Drury, Pastor 429 South 6th Street 11:00: ajn. __.. Morning Wnl"1ni
I p.m... Adult Swim Class 10:00: 11:30 _....__ 7:30 "4s'Prd."
Study p.m. 10:00: a.m. Sunday School Rev. John 0Neil, Pastor 6:15 p.m. MYF Supper
Men and Boys' Health Cbb in
t am. r Thursday: Ladies Class 10:30 ajn. training: Union 7:00: 'p. n. Snnday Services: ..f'rtt
the Health Club Room, and
day Teen Club in the Game Roomat
t (Held at various members homes) Evening Worship 8:00: p.m. 10:00 A.M. Sunday School 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship
evening. 7:30 p.m. 'r4 2&Y ,. Wed. Night Prayer 11:00 A.M. _. Morning Worshl oft oft
Golden Crown Hoedown
in the ,
I FRIDAY AUGUST .Dtlu Auditorium 8:00 P.M. : ST. MICHAEL'S. CATHOLIC Meeting __..__. 8 p.m. 6:30 p.m. ___ B.T.U FIVE POINTS BAPTIST"; ,.:*'.
1 CHURCH Wednesday: 7-00 P.M. Men's Prayer Service T
Adult Ceramics in Ceramics Men and Boys' Health Club in CHURCH '
I Room 9:33 am.1200 noon, Mar-! the Health Club Room, day and Rev. .W. J. Holmes, Pastor #. 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship J. W. Keen, Pastor i

tha Puletti, Inst., I evening. Sunday Mass 2nd, 4th ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN Tuesday: 9:45 ajn. __ SundarSthno\-
- SUNDAY, AUGUST 11th. Sunday 7:30 a.m. CHURCH 7:00: p-m. .. Visitation 11:00 Worshi :
I Sub-Teen Club in the Game oh "p .,A, : am. Morning ,
Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd
Room at 715 p.m. Lutheran Church Meeting in T Amelia City Near Intemetioi cHURCH 6:30 p.m. ._ Training Union t
Fernandina Beach Rifle and the Conference Room at 11:00 a.m. 5th Sunday, 11:30 a.m. AUA. FIRST BAPTIST Y:30 p.ra Evening W J"11tip :
Monday, Young People 7 p.m. F. Gerbhardt,'Pastor Rev.,J. T. Dunnam Pastor Wednesday prayer service, 1:s > .
Worship Services: 8:30: A.M.
,I. Daily 8 a.m. 8:00 a.m. Morning Service p.nu J 1
..-- 1 n Yr Saturday Convent Chapel 9:00 a.m. Sunday SchoolTABERNACLE 11:00 8:00: A.M.P.M. '* ,* .... "t'
n y 6:30 Communion in Convent fc Sunday School '... ,. 9:45 A.M. NORTH 14th STREET : :
I For Fast Efficient 6:30 P.M. ._ Young People'sMeeting. BAPTIST Training Union _- 6:45: P.M. BAPTIST CHURCH j

1 CHURCH Prayer Service Wednesday Rev. Ran Humphreys, Paslftr f .
Amelia Road Phone 261-3487 7:30 P.M. 9:45: ajn. Sunday School '
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD' Rev. Loyd Chambers, Pastor $ 11:00: a.m. .._ Morning Worship :
I :" Rev. E. A. Lewis, Pastor Sunday School 10 ajn. PINE GROVE BAPTIST 7:00 p.m. _.._ ...' B.T.li
A SCENE FROM "BAND OF ANGELS" starring Clark 10:00: a.m. Sunday School Morning Worship 11 a.m. CHURCH 8:00: p.m. Evening Wor :
= L-P GAS Gable and Yvonne DeCarlo showing Friday at the Drive-N. 11:00 ajn Nora Service Evening Worship .____ '7 p.m. Rev. A. Z. Knight, Pastor 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week Semces 1

: 6:30 p.m. C. A.Youth Services Wednesday Service 7 p.m. Sunday School .---.. 9:45 a.m. WednesdayNow :

I MONDAY, AUGUST 12th. Men and Boys' Health Club in 7:30 pjn. Evangelistic Service i I ..
the Health Club Room, day and Thursday mid week service .

Delivery & Service I 1:00-2:00 Junior: Olympics P.M., Allen inhe Kirk, ''Pool Inst, evening., *7:30*p.m.. \ 1

Island Squares Club; in the THURSDAY, AUGUST 15th. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN At your favorite Store '

Game Room at 7:30 p.m. Junior Olympics in the Pool CHURCH .

Historical Society in the Office 1:00 -2:00:: P.M., Allen Kirk, Inst. Rev. John Dozier, Pastor

8:00: PM.1. Teen Club in the Game Roomat 8:20 A.M. Ask For If. /

:Bulk Bottle Jaycees meet in Conference i 7:15 P.M. Worship Services; ....11:00 A. M. ; .J
Room at 8:00: p.m. Ballet Class (Beginners) in Sunday School 9:45 A.M. .... ,
Coin Club in the the Auditorium at 2:30 P.M., Youth Meetings 6:00: P.M. .
""""..TS' ..T i "Buccaneer( Inst. .
Julanne 'Owens
I .' Auditorium at 7:30 P.M. # I "THE TASTE WILL TELL" ,
Class Intermediates) .
Adults and Teens Ceramics' Ballet ( ST.. PETER'S EPISCOPAL .. .... .
in the Auditorium at 3:30: P.M., .
I Class in the Ceramics Room at I CHURCH .

Call--225-5146 7:30 p.m., Martha: Jean .Puletti, Julanne Ballet Owens'Class, Inst(Advanced) in The Rev. James D. Ellisor, Rector d r HOLLY HILL DAIRY .,
Instr f
the Auditorium at 4:30 P.M., 7:30 :A.M. Holy communion .
Men and Boys' Health Club in Inst. 10:00: A.M. Choral Eucharist
Julanne Owens,
I the Health Club Room and 11:15 A.M. Church School
day Men and Boys' Health Club in : ONLY INDEPENDENT DAIRY SERVING t
; evening. 5:00: P.M. Episcopal Young .* !.
the Health Club Room, day and Nt : FERNANDINA BEACH
Good TUESDAY\AUGUST, : '13th.f evening ( is the schedule of every t
\ t The Golden Crown Hoedownwill For Home Delivery Coll 261-3198 -
I Sunday with the exception of the
Junior Olynmicsa': '.the Pool
; be held Saturday, August tt
1:00-2:00 ) Kirk Inst. last Sunday of the month) m' 4 Fernandina Beach .
P.1J' 'eqs. 10th. under the auspices of tha '
: .ki;( ) Island Squares Club.: There will .
HousekeepingGas ; ) be Surf Twirling at the Jettysat CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH ,, TASTE THE D1FFEREKCE. .! ,.
tha Puletti, Inatr 1/, Fort Clinch from 2:00-5:00: : Dailey Road ,
Men and .Bops, 'alth Club, in P.M. and a Square Dance at the J. C. BYRD, PASTOR .
the Health QubRoom* ,' day and Recreation Center 8.00-11:00 P. Sunday School 10 A.M. ) ..
evening.. J 1l M. Callers for the dance will be Morning Worship 11 AM.Jvening .

Hershel Lee, Ray Baxter and Service 7:30 P.M. .. Direct i From Farmer To YOU! :
WEDNESDAY r fAllGUST H.th. 1 '* '* '* ;
Walt Xn ght. A donation of one .
Junior Olympics..tsn the Pool dollar per couple 'will be requested .
Co. 1:00-2:00 P-MrfAgS; Kirk Inst.CeramIcs at the Recreation Center { ,
130 A.M. Communion
details, .
ClassXage 12 and Dance. For further con-
S146 over) in the Ceramics Room at tact Mr. Al Oejsner. All Square 10.00, A.M. Morning Prayer Move Up To Quality 1 Use Permium ..
: YULEE, FU. 2:00 p.m.' Martha Puletti, Inst. Dancers are', invited. \ and Sermon
'" 1 :15 A.M. Church School Jersey ,Milk -
Sub Teen Club in Game Roomat
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L 5:00: P.M. Episcopal Youngi :

: A Complete Line Of Appliances Adult 1:15 p.m.Ceramics Class in the Sfale.Fire'Cre\Ms Churchmen 1
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Conference Room 7:00 .-. 10.00 I
f. P.M. ., ".r -'".: : "": ) -' Aid i Laridlwners tt
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Forest Service crews $5.00
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'. ;i.,;, the urgent work of fighting forest I I BREAKFAST' :jr..: :
: ,;' fires will be available to l)11 : -
I + 1 ,'. +fs., s c help, Florida landowners improve COFFEE Lb. Bag J9i
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While forest fire protection is
.i. one vital key to increasing pro LARGE BOX FAB :
: :. < duction and commercial return 1iL

1 I. ay' to < ::\, : from Florida forests, improvement Detergent oz. 25 c j
: ::' : 't"t"t. of the stand by the land-
owner is of major importance, 7 :LIMIT TWO WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER :

\ .1 also.For instance, pines cannot do LARGE BOX- 'FYNETEX, ..

..i _.' their market best if low quality '

,. cull trees are sapping away moisture : Detergent 20 oz. 19@LIIT :
\ .. sunlight, and 'nutriment. In
itYlr,, ferior, non.merchantable trees TWO l\'rrn'$5.OO .FOOD ORDER :
1 0 8 +,1 i should be removed from the commercial '--- .
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,,' 'a 9 stand, releasing the desirable 2 UNIT SOFT WEAVE", :
; t. and valuable trees for I i '
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landowner witimprovement h his timber'stand .
.. on request by 20 Lb. BagCHARCOAL Flavor 'Kist 1/2 Gal.. 3For
the landowner: if no private ;

I, r 3 1r contract crews are operating.I I ICE CREAM 49c
1g There is a charge for the ser 99c C NTAlOUPFS 89c
vice. Recommended months for I Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberry -
killing cull trees are March ; .
II through September.Cull Green Lb. 25 Lbs. 1 Head Each I :
( trees are removed by the "

g ,.. jc use applied)of tree with poisons special, or siMcides injection, Cabbage-- - Wit ,. Potatoes 99c I Lettuce 15c CiFCBmliers '- Sc :

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II "Avg t landowners should Libby's Summer Sale : :
I contact the Farm Forester sere
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1 I. will make recommendations oz. Cons Libby'sFruit 4 For :

.. on which trees should be culled, $
and which method to use. Coun Cocktail -

II II ty rangers supervise the workof : :

.1 landowners the crewman.and timber growers Libby's Sliced 4.For' Chuck Roast Lb 45 i r = :

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work may be eligible for PeachesSpecial :
;. Wherever You Go !" *" : cost-sharing payments by the

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1 Conservation Service. Libby's 32 oz. Jar 4 For I:

: Keep in Touch by Long Distance : Tomato JuiceLibby's PJGIARS

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:. "I miss you and wish you were here Real Estate Libby's 17 oz. Cans 5 Fot :

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Page Six News-Leader, Fernandina, Beach Florida -.Thursday. August 8, 1963 I served with it be fresh or salt; Union. Baxter says, however, 1 .

FLORIDA 100 1 YEARS AGO a bakery of fresh bread, 'for I that he must regard Roberta as District Governor '

penses that they thought had which some vessel can be pro a traitor and rebel to the U. S.

been foisted on them. r vided with a regular baker; anaa government"* since he "positively (Continued from Page One) ,
L Published by Key West for provisions. It wil! ration of ice. refused to take the oath of alleg

I A CAPITOL LETTER Daytona Defender Beach Robert c. ha'sV Ir asked Wilson the of FLORIDA CIVIL WAR CENTENNIAL obtain wood and water at Tam An artillery company under iance. Wednesday. (See results in this

COMMISSION pa Bay or Charlotte Harbor, issue). -
Circuit Court to force the coun- Captain Villepigue and an infantry August 11 In an editorial,

1 BY JERRY MOCKBY ties, in his _circuit to pay his ex- 208 Valencia: Avenue, whichever is most convenient. company under Captain the Florida Sentinel recommends i j! John McClane reported that
.. August 7 Admiral Dahlgren Cullen entrained from Tallahassee the Lions the recent
One Volusia, has Coral Gables 34, Florida project in
pe nses. county ways to increase the size of the
i iI
announces the organization of a this afternoon for Savannah Fiesta was successful with aJJ
the public defenders it providednone agreed to put up $5,000 on
I for their expenses. State condition that the other counties Edited by SAMUEL PROCTOR, regiment of Federal marines to August 10 The commanderof I I Confederate Army: "First, let all ; money collected and turned over
TALLAHASSEE The Pub of FloridaAn be attached to his squadron. TheI stragglers all officers and
University i privates to the Fiesta committee. :
lie Defender authorizedby Atty. Gen. Richard Ervin has: do the same. Wilson said Volusia I the U. S. bark Gem of the I
87stem regiment: is to be divested of all
the 1963 ruled the state must pay travel claims rightly that if the other auction sale, held today in I I Sea off Charlotte Harbor reportsthat j absent on furlough or without I Carson McKendree praised Lee
Legislature off
got than be and
Jo a potty start, the main prob.. expenses for the defenders but counties don't pay, Volusia will the A. Hopkins and Company j, the luggage men "always can spared to be I one of his boats returned | leave, and their name is legion for the expeditious manner in.
lem being that which plagues it is left up to the counties to in effect be contributing moneyto salesroom in Tallahassee, offered I prepared "- two days ago from Punta Rassa, |: be gathered up and hurriedoff which he conducted a recent cabs
to instant notice.
of pay the other expenses. the other counties. The other I. the following commodities!, i move on with a small 'sailboat and three to their respective regiments inet meeting at Palatka and pre:
bust us: I The
money. regiment will adopt a dress I
One of the main reasons for counties are Putnam, Flaglef and brought through the blockade recently -I Iso prisoners. The Confederates da'u I II and companies, and in this way I sented him with an alarm clock
i enable "to execute
suit has been to the
Already, broughtfor as men
: the effective strength of
of of the public defender system In St. Johns. for sale: 22 barrels rum,I their duties most efficient- I they are from Manatee, leaving so that he could continue to con.
payment expenses onebf "Nobody contests the necessity 3 coffee bale manila there August 3 by beat bound for the Army may be augmented :; duct future meetings in equ4
Florida the Gideon already bags one i i
the 15 public defenders who was case, ily in this hot climate The Second 1..1 ,
let all men liable to
took office the first of July. And famous, in which the U, of the expenses," Wilson rope, two cases gin, four dozen ;, proper protection of the head is I, the San el River' trying to es scription be at once short order.

other defenders have run into S. Supreme Court ruled a pauper said. "The counties just feel: toilet soap, 3 dozen hairbrushes,' to be attended to." since, however I ape Confederate conscript offic and hurried off to of Instruction Guests were Dck: Melton ofDatona !
problems arranging with county must be provided with counsel. The Legislature created the office 3 dozen fine tooth combs, 3 dozen '!j "white belts on dark cloth- ers. Lt. Baxter of the Gem of and prepared for the I Beach, Billy Griffith
The defenders to let it pay." pocket knives, 6 dozen iron I the Sea believes they "either are Wayciost, Ga., and Evangelo
government for money. Not all,i were set up I ies offer too good a mark their field as speedily as possible, and
take of A Circuit Court hearing on spoons, one gross lead pencils, I spies or came here for the purpose I Stratis of New Orleans, La.
however, have had to face these care felony cases as required color must be changed. Contra.I in this the Army be ...
way may
problems as yet. Some havetaken. I by the Supreme Court Wilson's request was scheduled agate and pearl buttons, 12,000 ;' bands will be attached to the of capturing the refugeeson I increased 50,000 more. Third, let
Florida had 5 which set some hooks and eyes, white cotton I the island in this vicinity, or
ruling ( already laws Aug.
a wait-and-see attitude until regiment to cook for the men, II the late requisition of the Presi-
find for counsel for indigents in guidelines for these and other spool thread, ladies' and men's and strike and were attempting to run the block
they out how much cap pitch tents per- dent the states for home
ital counties to who must pay hose, calico, slates, and six pack ade, as they passed our ship atj i upon
they are going to need. cases.) as I form all the duties that can re
money defense be filled by exempts, and "HOW MUCHiNSURANCE
and when the I
night, they
the saw
of shoe tread. items
what toward the of ages ,
.Blame for the problems has When the defenders took office expenses lieve the marines and leave I if those over the age of 45 years !
sloop Rosalie they secreted them.
it is announced will be "sold for
been placed at various sources, some turned to the countiesfor defenders. them free for marching, fighting selves in a small crate." Baxter I and such as may be otherwise :
cash in
bankable funds.
put most of it goes back to the expenses. The, counties acted Wilson, like some other public etc.August. exempt, will not volunteer, let "
of Some of the defenders, resigned to a U. S. Secretary of the Navy says that three refugees, now DID F HE HAVE?
necessarily. organization variously. larger appears | 8 The U. S. gun living in this vicinity, claim that them be drafted and forced intosen I
the- system. counties already had public defender turbulent two years until the Gideon Welles informs AdmiralJ. ;'boat Sagamore this morning cap- they know two of the prisoners: I ice. Fourth, let every man !
The public defender systemwas systems, there were Legislature meets again in 1965. A. Dahlgren, commanding the Clara I! "
so j tured the English sloopboat William Addison and William come out from under that office "Too bad} about Brown,
a brainchild of the Judicial no extreme problems. For other "We'll probably just have to South Atlantic Blockading Squadron LouiSa ten miles north of In- Addison lives the i who is capable of arms and not I II : Our first
which it counties the iso- live with it until 1965, when the (which includes the north Curry. near I we say. ques-
Council, helped push especially more dian River. This afternoon it be standing there where every. I
successfully through the Legis lated ones, there was reaction. Legislature can rectify the situation east coast of Florida) that he II I i also took the English schooner farm Myacca and about, owns thousand a large head body can see him, but come out I tion is- ,"pid he leave

lature. However, although the They had to count their penniesand ," he said. He said the opposes giving navy men "whis I( Southern Lights into custody of cattle and is a from the like a man and take a hand in his family with sufficient i-"
legislature provided money for I they balked at bearing ex- legislature will make the offices key whilst under action. Welles and later, that same afternoon, Confederate conscript law. Curry, the fight, it is no private affair." Life insurance?
state supported or direct the encloses a memorandum from Ii No dqubt you are take
captured the American schooner according to this report, lives at The Sentinel endorses this suggestion
counties to pay the tab. the Chief of the Federal Bureauof Ann which was planning to run Manatee and has run the block published recently in a ing your own proper

Medicine and Surgery which the blockade at either Jupiter ade twice. Baxter that "theyare Georgia paper: "Let all the white precautions and will ,
says that "the issue of whiskeyto I Inlet Indian River. who able to bear *' all the details .
Just Ramblin'Continued or both rebels and traitors to waggoners are want to get ,
ConstipationThe men under the circumstances August 9 Admiral Dahlgrei the United States government." arms be put in the ranks and aliout the Metropolitans -
is neither wise nor conducive
informs Washington of the increasing Acting Master's Mate H. A. their places filled by old men and Family Income -

( from Page One) to temporary anything result more of than no beneficial a merely I physical disability of Crane says that he knows the Negroes. In this way, it is estimated Plan

entire food canal (alimentary tract) is. about thirty tution is the federal government character the issue of whis- his men on duty in South Atlantic other prisoner, Richard Roberts, men that be added 10,000 to arms-bearing the Arm ."
I waters. Scurvy, he says, has that he "lives at Manatee, but may /
feet long. Throughout its length its walls are composed partlyof given authority to provide socialized key to men exhausted by labor been added to the list of dis has lived in Key West some It also wants all able-bodieu MIKE FIALA
medicine, or to provideaid and heat proves a momentary I I
clerks and
assistants in
muscle. Muscles denote movement. is I eases. He recommends that the twenty-five years, where he commanded Quarter. 1'honC :
i is
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War include the following Commissary Departmentssent
Department a wrecker and other
authority for social security, no true, but the depression soon recurs Fernandina Beach
Gnstipation: is: retarded movement. It becomes evident articles of diet to those small vessels, and is well acquainted to the field and "their places :
authority for ownership of private to make its repetition necessary 'tUlIetropolilh
already provided 'regular ra 'with the and south supplied by old men and disabled:: Life Insurance Co.
by west
therefore, that constipation is essentially lack of proper muscle business and no authority fora Whiskey is a simple stimulant "
tion: Fresh :vegetables daily coast of Florida, from Tampa soldiers. New York U, N. V.
action in the lower alimentary canal list of government activities and nothing more. This
that could be extended to ths medical officer recommends the (potatoes, cabbage, onions, lemons Bay to Cape Florida, and that his
etc.), whether the meat sentiments for Try A Classified
The Chiropractic profession asserts that the outstanding hundreds. following nlan for. the men on were always the
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waters: "When the men are ,
with nerves that control bowel muscles.
Smokey Says: turned out in the morning, let JACKSONVILLE

them go into the water; imme-

diaely on coming out, issue a

Hours IANO rdA S NOT"Llrfl If.CF'NUc'St draft of strong coffee; breakfast Cash &

Mon., Wed., Fri. ONE f'ORf5I7-lT'err 1HE GaIx Nl ENEMY 5r r SrMIf5 MlJCH OF 51uX5 cuR ; at dinner the usual at the hour usual, with hour coffee .. CarrY.: Building Materials 0 Inc.

9.12 & 2.6 p OW VXMJW ALMOST fWlWlY A3 when coffee iced and sweetened, ,
131 Kings Street or tea, prepared in like manner FOR EVERYDAY LOW LOW PRICES

may be served for drink. Supper, I ,

Phone 729-5644 if possible in these long days, at & 4
a later hour. As it is understoodthat PHONE 355-0671

Kingsland, GeorgiaDR. the Department proposes "U.S.ALT1NORJH1JP: THE EXPRESSWAY FROM THE GATOR

to supply ice liberally, tea or coffee ROWL"r
qy of good strength, and iced,I' Mme- .'
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C. It. CROCKER DR. T, A. OWEN t might be allowed as a common I 1
II drink for the men. A bath before : .: ', '\

ptd-HE SAIOC turn'ng in at night might i .If\\ < > x 1 1j

Kingsland Chiropractic Clinic prove refreshing, and aid the ': .<. .J
'k '
sailor to recover his energies by "

"Associated with Owen Chiropractic a-la cs I sound sleep. Liquor should onlybe t x ." served out in special cases, Ciiappeormg stairway. Dlt Medicine cabinet. 14 1C LIGHT .. _
Clinic of Jacksonville" when the judgment of the medical quality wood and hardware. !2O", mirror me. Rough.tud Model No. 971 '
\ Thank Senator-for reminding Size niHrf; ,size 12"* '
studopenin. $ Roofing Ft'IgSy.xS4
Sough *
us to be careful! officer suggests its use. Oatmeal *. I 16.: r White and colors!' 12 .
_._. mixed with water is famil- 2 Ii g ,, 'l ', ; ftlt ..IS" rag
iar to seagoing men and engineers '13.45.ea $4.45 'EA. 'I ;25 ,.bat i. Co, pvrk*!.oiph c*_.r.t.4 lt uar*r S I 1 .79br.

as a means of assuagingor ..J.darhtnd, .

thirst. The ship's
disminishing -

decks should be kept as dry as: PRE-FINISHED
possible, that the sailor, in pro- 8-PC, LIGHT _
Don't Take fuse prespiration from hard PLYWOOD JFIXTURfSEfiKitcBtnitBafh. i
work, should have a place to TILE I

rest himself, where he would : Paneling ?
Sightseeing I .InitoIUng g.rwint ceramic tile rrNO /
I Bedroom 1
,-m a Vacation not be exposed to rheumatismor PAINTINGEASY ;, living t not only easy, but is one of th.
cold. Frequent changes of e most pleasant and rewording do-
clothing would conduce as muchto TO APPLY i tt-yourself project you can w 1

Summer? the comfort of sailors; in hot .Coropartat$21.95 l gam, dedaVe. No .experience it tquired. +> i
from SAFETY! weather as they do to all per. l,..xh:8: SHEETS .r j

sons." Per :' I

August 6 Federal Rear Admiral Sheet 38 iq.ftJALUMINUM 1,1 1

Bailey, Commander of the I Natural Birch---_- $6.48 _

Before starting'your East Gulf Blockade Squadron, .
Cherry Print .. ... $ JO _
informs Washington again of Walnut Print $6.40Philippine

trip, get. the the squadron sorely crippled under condition his com of Mahogany- LOCKSET I[ SCREEN WIRE I

II mand." "The steamers Penguin Charcoal Tone ...... $..>.60 Lifetime Guarantee. !4"1100" "
II.....S 1.15 n IUD.........J12.SS
and North I
I Magnolia boilers having I have gone received Grey Tone -.. $5.60 Passage SetBathroom ........... S1.65 ii"1100" . $.$0 36" x 100" 1 J-iO
for new ,
SAFETYSERVICE in their stead the Sunflower and I (Ircry Tone _._... ,... $3.60 Set $1.95; 41'111" ...... .11.35 4tt188" ... ....14.71 .

firestone I the Marigold; but their limited I Natural Tone ___ $t.32 Bedroom Set .-..... $.85 30" x 100" 11.10 4I'k100",15,51.. i

capacity compels me to restrict Econo .Ply ___ $3.75 Exterior Set -- $3.40 iwrTbeeaiy ... ...11 J 41"11.. ...... ..11.7. '

their sphere of action within exceedingly I 1

narrow limits, name i
ly, to cruising in the vicinity of '4 YOUR BEST BUY LOUVERED PRE.HIJNGDOORUNITSt

with the Tortugas where they can I' 'vaytertmod IH WALL TILE BLINDS Complete ; ,
So that drive "peaceof package unit
can "
you obtain coal every few days. In I .1 an{. e Tough and Economical! l/ THICKPER door hung and drilled to rev

mind" the meantime, the DeSoto's boil decorate. ". 'la.t.I..tolll! PAIR eeive lock frame trlmmed-
on have far given out that .
your ers so i Pastel Shades!
Available in
I All this on the recommendation of the I[ gefdecoroter \ Ideal lor Kathroomi! 16" x 39" $3.72 on both tides. Adjustable

vacation well Work for fleet engineer, I have requested II colon. 24V2c per 16" I 51" 4.91 to fit any wall, 4'/j"fo 5'/2" ,

Only the Bureau to order new ones II ....ft. 16" x 55" 5.17 thick. .. .

I for that vessel; and now the i iI L A f' 16" I 63" 6.12 COMPLITi WITH fASSAC{LOCK

Hendrix Hudson's propeller has ) $7.84 per4ilihlit .
1. Front End Of
Align 18 a 81" 8.08 16x6.
I'!become loose on the shaft and ,, ea $12.75

(replacement parts if 'i'it will be necessary for her togo I 1\0"x 6'8" .''III.'.'e. $13.75
needed and torsion bar / HEATERS
North and be docked. The ;. WATER 2'4"x6'S'.i'J. $14.75
adjustment not included) I .- to.
I Tahoma is here, undergoing repairs : ( ; ; ..+. j Glass Lined 10 Year Warranty 2'6"x6iS." ",
t "
.! :; .J titteo. $14.752'8x6'8.rM
2. Brakes and several weeks are yet' .Jt.. .,' t )1 GAS ELECTRIC .. (
Adjust i needed to render her .efficient; I'I'i i : .r; / ."1. t.' 30 Gal. $11.10 30 Gal $37.95 ea $13.303'0"x6'8".yf..ea.

i thus confining the Huntsville, ..... 4t."'{ .:.: 'I U Gal. $53.10 42 GaL $17.50 : $16.60

3: Balance all 4 Wheels I which is next to the DeSoto in''': it.. :''I'..Jr' ;".\ 1. -

i speed, to the blockade of Tampa j t j ':: f : ,i SIX-FOOT

4. Repack Front Wheel Any :l Bay. The Port Royal, Somer-j! t1:.; > c-11 1 1 S tt':I ; fPMr:< n ADJUSTABLE COMPLETELY IAIUN6
require t.- '1- e.l: l5 0
set, and Fort Henry also I e
.. Bearings and Inspect rJ': i I May fo rue
I but I 1.n: M pIofNllWIt
extensive am
repairs, f 1J1s
American ." : ; .... .
Ji fl Ita *.* 4 IV VM .1 tit 'ao t.
: Front Grease Seals wholly unable to relieve them ; 1'i'-'i' \ ; ..* top. .nt boftoa cfc.M !*.
I i ..:''f:' ; ; ute.% .21" t.te s.d.s: .
Car for that purpose, and I fear by ; J" :':. ti '> :: 'r,". .1 FOI HMOWINDOWS WROUGHT ,poel4....c........ "j
the time I can do so that the bad f ; I .$
5. Rotate Tires I weather will render it hazard'j 1.1 ..' p:: f: ; .1 RUST PBOOFSTA1X IROt{ 5.35 Ea II

,. '; ous to bring them down 1 h+r:. PROOF Faoa-FT. COMPLETELY
... .... WORK GONE": j' order to do anything off-shore toward blockade I 1. ,WJUP,,...PEDOFNEYEI",.. ADJUSTABLE. OlUNfiSo
!keeping up the i iI *.M t tittf far f '
.. between the Tortugas and! "3" ,
Mobile where doubtless large $3.60
A Inspect Power Brake Test Shock <; ''SERVICE>;>? number of vessels will now be .. NEWrI pou-' t9r+n. U" IJ I
and Units AbsorbersTighten ; thrown in consequence of the : SHOWER STALLS 2/Ox4/6./ ...... $1.65 t"S'TI daYG lrs ts to'9..otIt" etfKItHIII4..h
Steering ( $ have tlf.Pfti as.,..e Utis "dnllo4 'If i joo-s ...
operations at Charleston. I ..$1.45 ::
Fan Belt < I 2/4x3/2. s!:tq '1'JS":7 t 1 r9.Morbruea.nd.tl. I
Cooling System been obliged to send the San .2/4x4/6 .......... $1.75 'tvll'..... Du9'e. ,.....,......_........ .. UIftIf.., P"'. ..."..dot.; pitt.. j;
Test Test Battery 1 .
Headlights I Jacinto out to cruise and to hoist $39 ,.csbse .crssdot .
28x32.......... $1.55 $1' 1 ;
j I my flag on the Tahoma. d.rrt 1I St.x4. 00 Ea. :
2/8x4/6. ..,.,.*...$1.85.
j The U.S.S. Fort Henry today fUT COLUMN M. .
ab' ins
COMPLETE WITH ......... $1.70 .....
captured the 'Confederate sloop 3/0x3/2. er i* rok..fc. 9(h |." 1\\
<<' ..idBEACH 1 : 0X4/6-....... $2,00 t.wS .... Pod.. .1 sp.eits u...
I Southern Star in the Gulf 'of STONE BASE / COtHU cotualr M.V.l .

: Mexico. The Southern vessel,I Ii t CURTAINS AND PINS 3/4x3/2 ..........$1.85 > (M!' IU ttlvrnn.J6.50 dtOMML* ;i

[ with sixteen barrels of turpentine SOAP DISH-FAUCET! 3/4x4/6..........$2.25 la. 3,95 t. J I I J t

aboard, was manned by
SUPPLY I three men.Admiral. I ,

; Bailey has today ordered tI4aI'IthvIi114Itili IYWittl '

I the steam tug MarigoU ALL .!! : \1

Phone 261-4482 to relieve the U. S. schooner __
118 Atlantic Avenue I -
I Seabird. The latter will cruise F
L Jthe Gulf of MctiC9, returciaj> to ;

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X rTS.t.i s& e1': Fem noina ,Seaen, ,. iicrida Thursdays August S, 1963 .: rage .., ------_. '= -i'V---- -''''' A .... -
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o. !! RESERVED .- .. : t ..
locked up at the' local park. 10Th.0 '; ., i SAVE .:
Box Plant won, 1-0, It 0 1' _
type game that keeps the : -}tel, 1., : Vj1 _
( I tators in suspense all the : -

Spor/s Slants'' I the one run looked small : ,, I .
times and real big at ot ; ; Rh tp
turned out to be a big
1 BY
CURT the Box Plant. I 84hafl -
R .
ft 1p 4 ED
We vtor/t say too much aboutour ly enough. Anyway, it was a fine I Tiger Mattox, Box Plant i Ma.r .
Little League team losingout thing to win the District Tour. terfielder, had aNal out I _
in the State Tournament b?. 1 nament and get the chance to go ing night in the game :
causec imagine they feel l lad"ft to the State. As some of the night.
Mother said, "we wish could ,
we covered, the outfield like
I just play the game again." and made several fine (' t ", -
I 111 : 'fr I Ii
on a drive by
especially 0
j +r5
i Since we didn't, win the State\ : in the: final inning That ball r I p St0
i Tournament, we are proud to. home written all it
run over
JI, 4r...wO I see that Sarasota won it. Ted I II Mattox went into the dark : XA4 )iiir.r '.{'v.'_' ,
I Ferreira, a good friend of ours hind the light pole in the -
I and a former Fernandina resident field and caught it. : $
I and athlete, is: the Directorfor -tr '* : CHUCK
the Little League in the rr
The Nassau County
Sarasota District and it is nice
Water ]Patrol had a boat
to see his District win since we !I
to. Crandall last Sunday
dkl 'tr Ted is the brother of
the the lead boat of
03 a Louis, president of the local I cruise nay ran aground; 09;!., a,
Florida National. I The report is that the ] ROAST
tor's name is unknown but
Ybor Alvarez will be an umpire the.. boawere -
only two in Steaks LB. 98 .
in the Regional Tournament Barnard and Colvin Smith. ;
which is being held at Lake : Jackson, John Thirsk and
Wales th'seek: Alvarez, performed i I onel Preston had boats in GROUND AND 100% PURE BEEF

""1 \\\1 ,. ...1 It /, Orlando for as a television he was\ audienceat the umpire i cruise that departed from Beef. 5 $199
{I er's Restaurant about one L ..PKG.
mode host In on -only
rf a
behind. the plate when an I Ii I Sunday afternoon. II
oo the wrong couru. i Orlando, station carried one of I .
the Little league games last: -
IfflJFtpRIDA'S weefc. Ybor says be is on hisV41Y Probably the. largest Stock a LB. "
( up and expects to umpire in the Drag race i in the South E / 3 lB CAN S199 : I1
I Little League\ World Series soon. than those held at Daytona, .
take place he r e Sunday -'
ANQ MOST HISTORIC I noon at th} local Airport. .
OQe of the best ball games we I have, ,. "
have seen this year was played SO signed super to stock enter cats the races \ _. ', .' '._t. -- o. ,. '.. ... __ _
Monday night when Young's I will feature some of the "'t: :;":' ..
Softball team and the Box Plant FOR I
standing: drivers from the /
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southeast. A tremendous Price Baking Stewing S lad d h(, r I I rI r i d .
of out-of-town people is ( r YN.. r.N <.1. '
ed to come for the races 50 Extra ,r r Green Stamps
should bo well woith your. // WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
to attend Sunday afternoon. Solids Heavy Cut-Up
Money isn'f! everything -,,: ftBy I 1/ 0 Chocolate Eclairs

i the way, ha.ve you / J

,V;:Do L. but you:can'f pay your/) your Coach:league. uniforms Benner ball: players wants and. to ; i// T 61 AT GOOD ANY THRU WINN AUGUST.IOTH DIXIE
everyone to get his /
: ; biLitifthout il/ so it will be available next /
I r r
... ft ft ft .- arN
Extra 1)I. Green Stamps'
coach Wayne Benner: I
football practice, will be / WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF

We advance cash for insurance premiums and, Monday, August 19 :arid all 'I // FIVE PKCI FOZtN ASTOR ORLibby's
are requested) to report to Peas
mortgage payments, shopping, medical, and car high school gym on I / rceO

.: expenses, debt consolidation, household expend. August 14, for an official // GOOD THRU AUGUST IOTN
cal examination. Also, boys I / AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
itures and
'" family emergencies of every nature. / 62r
1 for the first time'are I
to bring his birth c ( ,
Everything is handled on a simplified basis, with
ft l
ft ft ((1 d
the payment terms geared to fit your pocketbook* The Box Plant boys / ..,... .,.
of / Xa' alas .
me to remind some /
I Young's players that it / I WITHTHIS.COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
loans up @[ to $600 though the only'"flllkf' day''t order or more // Colonial Brand; Quick Frozen Two PKCS FROZEN PAN-Rcoi 1
Box Plant Y oun 's Softball / Breatal
., 'Oysters
ies was the. game; that >< ,
scored an "upset", over 0 ... .
0 .- Plant. .S FREESTONE t Limit 2'please.. AN? WINN-DIXIE .
I CORPORATION; ft ft ft I wI Wv. 63 ml
AMOUNT PAYMENTS FOR A young wife who was
7ou CU 24 MONTHS 20 MONTHS MONTHS 12 MONTHS first fishing trip kept : : es No Zl/i CAN 191 ( RE EATAMP.. dwt.W.F
S 7.5.00 S 5.06 S 5.41 S 7.55 working over; her liner : .
are dug: tier Wf Green
160.00 S 9.49 10.79 11.67 16.11 you a Stamp j]
.. .25.00 2..86 28.35 30.69 41.50 a dear ked.. ," "I'm she answered changing; "This the Limit one with $5.00 order or. more., 4 WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
600.00 34.39' 39.3 "42.6A 59.35 keeps. sinking." c REEn Two PKGS: FROZEN GOLD

303 Atlantic Avenue The I Regional ft fro Little ft I e a 5 LB. BAG 39st: STAMVSwf. ; I F. GOOD Hushpuppies! THRU AUGUST! f' :

Fq rnondlna Btech,Flo.rld.a. Tournament being staged I AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
Lake.Vales wnr'hav'c' 64P .
Tellphgne,261.3 8.1 from Florida Georgia, CAMP Limit 4 please, j j GNEE I

O ca Hour; Daily '.1; Wednesday t Sol u4ay t.1 I2 see" and Clrolinwith the

.... ALSO Five CONVENIENT OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE( ner .going to Norfolk & Beans I ItJZ? 300 CAN
... I fr T> ft I 50 BWiWfOreei Stamps
and ,
.. Funk Whitaker son GNEEI.,
my, of Waycrosa, Georgia,
; with Sammy Hamilton, w MAID Limit 6 with $5.QO order or more. FOUR No i| CANS BLUr BAY .
li i the sea bouy earlier this Light MM! Chunk Tuna
RAQ C ; and brought in a total

\ ." ; M. .. Y Buccaneer led pounds bass of averaging fish. They 23;) Milk 1 TALL CAN 101. GREt iTAMYS _AT GOOD ANY-'UAU'UlTI.TK WINN-DIXIE

1 each, three snapper
: 7 to 10 pound, two Kings .
2 J DRAG I ing 10 pound apiece* I AMERICAN OIL Limit 3'.wjth.S.OO'order'or more. GNE,1, d
pounij cobja, 2 amberjacks, : Y TAMP! /S I
i I bonito, and. .one flounder! 1- I ,t ; ::1 Y' wW 1 1 r.r aWtoettSlpwi N !
N CAN 51.
were fishing: with spoons al4 ,
e and cut bait. This report
't t t ,. .
i from, II j'die Peterson, at I 4 STAMPS R PK6; CRACK1N GOOD BIG 60 FAMILY
man's Wharf' at the foot( ; p SOUTH Creme SaatfwichesCOOO
Hydie says
lantiq: Avenue. I w5 W1 THRU AUGUST IOTH
is one of many fine catches _
AS the Jetties during the past: -
c: + n naise QUART 3'9 I. I.RElq 66 d
of weeks. STAM!! """
SUNDAY AUGUST 11 ft ft ft
Softball is at its peak '
terest at the present tine : :: _. w t .:.. :/.<:,,_ ... ',.,,_ ,
Goto Open 9:30 a.m. Trials, 1 11 1 :00 a.m. i
is the
the only trouble r. ra reea
Races 2:30: p.m.81G just about over. We hope I VINE RIPE :f' .... .\ : WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE: OF
terest will be kept up for r

ALL STOCKER continue this season year.and to Young's see improve if all and as the : ; a oupes 3 Jumbo-Size 27 8 9 ,. t O"4-0L LklirineCOOO THRU A0TH Bon

Plant l are providing plenty I AT ANY WINN-DIXIE ,
terest in the Men's; lea 61 ,
-- -
Women's league had- a : : -j -- .,t..t-.l;;;- Y" .. ,;";;;'.
son and their only ..

OVER 200 STOCK CARS year was the lack of the r--j r-......-. .".. ">,A. !( 0,*-.* *-. ,. : ;4'''''1. iT
It hardship < "0 ..... !,. ., \. .
team. was a / .to. ...... !p-: ... .!.'V- ,.; r ..} ':;,' "
I i team to playa doublehe e' ,. / t- \ .
EXPECTED week, We hope there 01uu

enough interest for the 't'1'liIi' [ [ 4' ,4i4'r; .14J :
i[ team next season.



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1 R PEa err r r I er.GIANT 585V 59 I
THE BIG{ RACE Folgers cAly ;, ot,,

0? THE YEAR! _: : 1 with $5.00 food '? fr Limit 1 with $5.00 food A'

OPERATED.. UNDER 'MANAGEMENT 1 OF.. T.1913T: '. t order or more. .. t1. raV.. or. mor?. :
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Page"Eight News-Leader, 'Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, August "S, 1963 ra-= ./<.", ',' ...;.,....' '.,': '.'' .' .:-. .... ....,.,-.,..-..,\
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I >'if \ .. .'. '' 9 .. : . >;". ,<..& Crowd Expected

I Little League All-Stars, District Champs 1 :: '< : ': :'iI4-jat ':: : Here Huge. \

: For Drag RacesBY

I Lose In State Tourney At OrlandoThe :, .. .

CURT GORDON area will take place Sunday afternoon These are just. a few of the
",10''. ':' ':< One of the largest Stock Drag I at the Buccaneer Drag I outstanding automobiles and
Fernandina Beach Little over the Gold Coast boys. The ling hits for the locals. Y Races ever to be staged in this '! Strip. Top prize for first place I drivers seeking the top prize
League All-Stars failed in de I I defense completely fell apart in Lee Godwin, Mark Morris, ,, Stock Eliminator will be four'!money Sunday afternoon. With
fence, after holding an 8-0 lead the sixth with Fernandina hold Mike Sapp and Mike Douglas hundred dollars, with first and I I the above will be many local -""*
over Miami last week, and lost I ing an 8-4 advantage, when Miami shared the mound duty for Fer- I Little League I second runnersup getting one automobiles with skilled drivers ,
out in'."the State Tournament, I scored 7. runs to take the nandina.The I I hundred dollars each. The big ready to dish out plenty of comb w"
11-8. I'game 118. loss was a bitter pill for CHEM-CELL CUBS I cash prizes are expected to draw petition to all visitors ,,? _
Fernandina scored 2 runs in I Tommy Skipper led Fernandina I Fernandina to swallow as 'an apparently :'r 'fri Name ab r h avg.! the largest crowd ever assembled The Dragsters will be here for -
the first inning then added six I I in hitting with 2 hits with Terry i easy victory was in the Fletcher Shurley 62 27 29 .468 for races in Fernandina I I a pre-race show, which will also
more in"the second, to take a Rowe, Steve Solomon, Mike making before the collapse. Steve Solomon 58 18 25 .431 Beach. i be a preview of the big September -.
... "
commanding lead in the game Douglas, and Lee Godwin get- Box Score: N Ronnie McDonald 69 23 26 .377! Additional prizes will be show slated here. tit
'. awarded for lower Stock Elimin-: The will at nine-
,. .... William Gass 51 16 14 .275 I II gates open
AB R H : ator runoffs.
Jerry Franklin 481214 .292 Fernandina: Max Hord 29 5 7 .241 thirty Sunday morning, with"
Senior Rowe 3 2 1 I I Top drivers from the entire time Trials beginning at eleven-
LeagueLASSERRE David Rodeffer 40 8 9 .22S > ,Jimmy Peacock 55 911 .233
.... Charles Burns 34 6 7 200 Shurley 120 f ff;:' Larry Gill 39 9 8 .205 south have indicated they will thirty. The Eliminator race wilt
FALCONS Price Poole 45 15 9 .200 I Solomon 311 i i Mike Ashe 65 11 10 .154 enter the races with companiesfrom begin at two-thirty Sunday af
David Johnson 46 8 6 .ICO Pikula 410 I f, i t .. }I Walter Sturges 38 11 3 .079 Florida, Georgia and Ala- ternoon.
Name ab r h avg. Wesley Poole 28 3 2 .071 Morris 310 : .3i > Darrell Benner 701 .143 :bama sending cars to be entered. The big races Sunday will.M L
Joe Weatherford 1 0 1 1.000 000
Jim Burns 200 .000 Haddock f Wesley Douglas 17 4 2 .118 Some of the familiar names in the beginning of future Dra; .
Johnson 29.7 13 .448 101
Bobby Floyd Lewis 15 3 0 .000 Douglas I!john Hollis 16' 2 1 .063
Granville Burgess 51 22 21 .412 Godwin 401 the drag racing field expectedare Races to be staged by Nick
Mike Pifcula< 53 23 20 .377 Jerry Dudley 000 .000 Skipper 3 1 2 Butch Broadwater 100 .000 I the Gold Thunder, 427 Chev- Smith. One of the races will be
Totals 453 121 122 .269 sx ,:. Stanley Stewart 220 .000
Dickie Fox 51 12 17 .333 300 rolet Fibre Glass car from Or- in September when over 25 cars
Mike McDonald 10 2 3 .300 KAC REDLEGS I Jones i 4 O. Q ;, t I|Edwin Rowland 300 .000 lando. Al Hodges Pontiac Com- will be entered, all running over
c Name ab r h avg. 2986 BOHANNON'S STAGS pany of Cocoa Beach will entera t 1150 miles per hour.
I II Lee God"in', 46 17 20 .435 I Name ab r h avg. Pontiac team. Miller Pontiac ( .
II Ricky Jones 67 12 26 .388 ,, Miami Billy Miller 54 16 26 .481 Company Dyno Shop of Colum-I
L.1// I I Mike Sapp 481117 .354 Carlton 3 1 1 r _anmc..a..w.4Qswa4-. I, Benny Alvarez 38 21 11 .289 :: bus, Georgia will enter a team. COOPER'SLAUNDRY
i I Phil Alday 451711 .241 Culbertson' 310 Hank Bailey 54 19 14 .259 Pat Patterson of Cocoa Beach
i I Lee Key C2 12 18 .291 i Lowe 4 1 3 BACK IN THE NEWS is //ty3( giant sea bass (jewfish), Steve Carver 13 3 3 .231 I''I will enter a Chevrolet team. Pat-
Mark Haddock 50 14 12 .240 McCade 4 1 0 caught by Lynn Joyner off the local docks in 1960. Unit Mike Conner 44 8 9 .205 terson Plymouth Company of
Dwight Key 41 13 8 .193: M. McCade 4 2 1 ed Press International has released a story that appeared J. P. Allen 49 8 10 .204: ,i Daytona Beach' will enter fast
Jimmy Avery 30 6 5 .167 Simons 2 1 1 in the Jacksonville Journal last week describing the catch Robert Johnson 36 3 7 .19 I' Plymouths. The Georgia Boy, 63
Robert Godwin 63 14 9 .148 Kalinsky 2 1 1 as a world record at 7 feet 1 finches and weighing 680 I Bobby Thornton 33 5 6 .182 Fibre Glass Ford from St. Simons Coin Operated '
Ed Cook 17 5 0 .000 : Mills 000 Cecil Ennis 6 2 1 .167 ;; Island, Ga. will be in the
pounds Lynn, now Rev. Jqyrier, caught the monster in ,
6 4 .125 Houston 322 Combs 35 1 5 .143
Steve Hadden, 32 i 1 1I' Wayne race. Motorama Plymouth
EEP .0 Rhett Harding. 220 .000''I''I' Castro 2 1 0 I May, LOGO, with a 50-lb. test line.News. Harry Mills 36 4 5 .139 I!from Brunswick, Ga. and the i Mrs. Doris Howard,
Joe Rodeffer 620 .OuO Totals 27 11 9'' David Walters 8 1 1 .125 Black MoPar from Jacksonville: Manager
FIOM BETWEEN Tommy Schrantz 200 .000 Fernandina 260 000 86 Ted Anderson 43 9 3 .070:.[ along with John Perry and Bill I ,
14th & Beech Sts.
PARKED CARS Johnny Watkins 1 0 0 .000 Miami 013 07x 119PROOF Jerry Scarboro 720 .000 Starling from Jacksonville, will
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Friday night is regular i city. Our clubhouse will serve a kj -
meeting night 8 P.M. at tho: very important part in relationto :
clubhouse, so come on down and the use of our fine Marina
take a look at the progress that I as a stopover for the outboard
has been made towards the re-I clubs that are using our facili- Our Precision Tune-Up Get Our Brake Check-Up Let Us Check Your Wheel
modeling job the clubhouse will ties, civic functions and for use Will Bring Peak Perform. Now! Your Life May De. Alignment and Balance
undergo. at times by the various service ance Back To Your Mo- pend On The Prompt Ac- You'll Drive More Safely!
Commodore Kasley Thomas clubs in town. This we have donein tor. lion of Your Brakes.
worked the better part of last the past, and we will be much
week as a one man gang, getting -: better equipped to do so in the
the dirty work done so the I future. So come on you members, COMPLETE' ANA STOP SERVICE FOR ALL MAKE CARS.'Narre1l's ,
finishing crew would have smooth' lets get behind this project and
sailing. Our hats off to Kasley. get it completed.See .
The rest of the working crew, you Friday night.

John Tiliakos, Ray Lovequist, ,
Gwen McKendree and yours truly Mixed Doubles Auto Service '
weekend to
j spent the trying
I'cover the clubhouse with the "YOUR RAMBLE DEALER"
I!beige colored shingles. Our BY II. B. ELLIS, JR.
thanks to Clayton Sanders for I Week of August 6. 1963 PHONE 261-4117 8TH AND JASMINE STREETS
I stopping by and lending us a Total

.. I(hand along with David, the kerosene i Team Standings W L Pins I - -- -- -- --..,. -
and Thomas Kaney. '
M 1 man Reddy Kilowatt 37 15 31712\
.. Clayton got us started on the .
Aloha 28% 23% 29752
for he "I've done
track as says Hadden Lanes 26% 24% 31462

The BigEVERYTHiNG Ones Don't Get Away! this saved before us some," and costly he mistakes.probably'. Mary K.A.C. Kay's 22i 24% 28 28% 30771 31311 FERNANDINA BEACH d p

nailing shing '
Ray Lovequist was Food Fair 16% 35% 28829 I
lcs' so fast he looked like an "JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S' CROWNBEACHESII
High Team, 3-Games .:
Octopus. This guy is a one man Aloha 24G8 1.-
express and he spent the better Reddy Kilowatt 2444

I FOR THE FISHERMAN I!part another of the shingle"day. hollering Gwen certainly "pass- K.A.C. 2358 > "'

had her hands full trying to High, Ind. 3-Games Directory Furnished By These Merchants and Business Men -
: ( I Including The Fish) keep up with }him.. I Archie. Smith 657 .
Angie Drew 613 '

! : BAIT e TACKLE ICE our In plans keeping,. preparations with the are rest being of Larry Flint High, Team Game 640 George's FLORIDA'S Suburban

made to bring in an under.
I RENTAL BOATS & MOTORSSportsman's ground electric service to the Reddy Mary Kay's Kilowatt 855 897 Machine Shop FIRST Propane Gas Co.
clubhouse. This will leave the GOLF COURSE j
: K.A.C. 850
ramp clear of service wires and High, nd.1.Game 2 N. FRONT ST.Machine SERVING ALL
,j give the boys with the sailing Angie Drew 2GO EXCELLENT YOUR NEEDS IN
Wharf rigs plenty of room to launch ,Larry Flint. 214 Work 18-HOLE LP GAS AND .
their boats with the masts already i
Gail l Easton 242 Welding, Brazing LINKS
set City Engineer Jim
I ; FOOT OF ATLANTIC AVENUE Beard outlined up. some of the plans I High Scratch Bowlers Marine Repairs 7 South 7th St.
.. I for beautifying the area between Special Service To Phone 261.3661Shrimp
I the parking lot and sea wall,i iI Eleanor Flint 157 4CO !

:. U-. SEE THE VEGA 21 SPORTS FISHERMAN I and plans I'm are quite completed sure when it will these be i Joyce.' Easton Gents 155-108 All Rork Guaranteed Trawlers TIDES I T. H. KING I

I lone of the show places of ourULL1AM 1 Cecil Hodge 247-543 Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. I
.. Larry Flint 198-502 it JETTIESAdd PHOTO SHOP
-- __ I Monday Thru Saturday
Orville Saunders 197-501
,. Phone Day 261.3711 30 Minutes For Roll ProcessingDereloping
"1J '\*" Gloria Hadden picked, up the
;)0.' ". 3.7-10 split.Cecil : Night 261-5338 Fernandina Harbor & Printing

r \ ;, Announcing. : 3.7.10 split.Hodge picked up the HIGH LOW Photo Kodak SuppliesMovieColored Film

't : & Regular
BE WISE.I Friday, August 9 Weddings"Porcelainize"

The of CityBowling 10:56: a.m. 5:05: a.m. Portraits i b7 Appointment OnrStudios J/
I 11:19: p.m. 5:21: p.m.
1 At 504 Ash St.

I i'"' <:} WILLIAM I PYRON ,- : League LASTS 3 OR 4 TIMES 11:50 Saturday a.m. August;5:34: 10 a.m. Phone 261-4586

; > : '' BY II. B. ELLIS Jit. LONGER THAN 6:17 p.ra.
f 11 AS SERVICE MANAGER AT Week of 731.63 i ORDINARY WAX JOB Sunday, August 11 Your Ad Here

4' s WOODWARD MOTOR CD.LL Team Standings W L Total Pins i iI LASSERRE MOTOR 12:12 a.m. 6:48 a.m. Will Be Seen
I I1J""l 'I Morris &; Payne Body Shop I CO. 12:48 p.m. 7:19 p.m.

+ (Your Chevrolet Dealer) !I B & H Enterprises 24 29 24 19 33353 33310 S. 8th St. Ph. 261-3819 Monday, August 12 By Over

Becker's Drugs 23 25 33103 1:10 a.m. 7:45: a.m.
\ i di 1 Hadden Lanes 20 23 33 1:51 p.m. 8:25 p.m.
: & 031 Readers
Offering Excellence In Automotive Body Repairs 7,500
High Team, 3-Games
\ 1'lKOiN I Becker's Drugs 2S51 I Going Fishing? Tuesday, August; 13
Hadden 2824 2:15 a.m. 8:47 a.m.

factory Trained Mechanics --- Experienced Body and Morris &Lanes Payne 2755 Visit Us For 3:00 p.m. 9:34 p.m. Porter General Lovcquist I Contractors t t

High; Ind. 3-Games Complete} Line Of Wednesday, August 14 SPECIALTIES _
W. M. Walker 640 Fishing Tackle
Paint 3:25: a.m. 9:51 a.m. WOODWORKING
Experts ,
B. Grider 610 :i 0 Rods a Reels PLASTIC SURFACING
.. 4:10 p.m. 10:40 p.m.
0. Saunders 613

Ray Goolsby -- Bill Goolsby -- Marvin Marcello High Drugs, Team CameBecker's 1003'IIad /i EquipmentFIRESTONE Thursday, August 15 REMODELINGComplete AND BATH

.. den Lanes 950 4:38 a.m. 10:53 a.m.
REGISTER Attendant BH Enterprises 92DJ! I 5:16 p.m. 11:43: p.m. Showroom
: WILLIE Your Lubrication and Oil For 15 Years For Color Coordination
High, Ind. Game 'II BEACH SUPPLY
Td Courtesy
I W. M. Walker 252J. ill Atlantic: Are 261-4482 Cuit ft: Geodetic Survey Phone 261-3068


High Scratch Bowlers j

: SEE YOUR CHEVROLET. DEALER TODAY! S 0. Saunders Bohannon 202 198--533 541 I,,' FUN IN THE SUN fl

I R. Hadden 201-539 '
:W. !I. Walker 213-532 -' v AT FERNANDINA BEACH
'.C. Hodge 200-524

1South 8th Street Phone 261-3636 J II I GOLFING AND JUST PLAIN "LIVU '"

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SEWING MACHINE, zig zag, very reason- OF SPECIAL ELECTIONTO Nassau crops, grasses and trees .iliit.-::: .,.

WANT AD RATES sews on buttons, makes but able. Ph. 2615364. Home on HE HELD ON TUESDAY, SEPt can be produced under certain .

tonholes, fancy designs and Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridaysor TEMKER 10, 1963. IN THAT AREAOt' ConservationMoray systems of managements. _. .
.65 per word .75 stitches, will sacrifice for $62or Saturdays. tic KNOWN AS THE CITY OF BOU- The soil survey can also be --

Cud'' of Thanks, Resolutionsand pay $8 monthly. Ph. 261- LOUGNE. used to make soil and land use
Similar Notices 4157. FURNISHED APARTMENT for Notice is hereby given that a spe- Harrell Soil Conservationist t -?.
ASp cial election will be held on Tues studies for selecting and develop -

13 per' word f LOO minimum RENT two bedroom, priv- Copr. LAP Service day September 10, 1963 for the purpose Districts, announced that ing industrial, business, schools
WE'RE MOVING MUST DISPOSE ate entrance, garage. Ph. 261- of determining whether House Robert Craig, soil scientist with
Cal 261-3686 or 261-3637 Bill No. 2051' enacted by the 1963 i residential, and recreational sites;
of our piano like new 4227 for appointment to, inspect the Soil Conservation Service is
Florida Legislature shall become effective I for evaluating soil and ground
or place ad at office $150 equity take balanceof tfc REAL thereby causing OrdinanceNo.
up CST"TAE now stationed in Jacksonville condition for septic tanks, highways -"
of i
4 the former City of Uoulougne
4 0 511 Ash Street 15 payments at $14.95 per relating to a franchise agreement between i Craig has been assigned soil sur- and airports; and for mak

mo. Ph. 2614568. A8c IN YULEE NICELY furnished P. the former City of Boulougneand 'vey responsibilities in six noith- ing preliminary estimates of the
two-bedroom frame home. the Okefenoke Rural Electric
to be rescinded, east counties Duval, Nassau, soil in planning drainage
Corporation repeal. systems -
FOR SALE FOUR HOUSES Five Points See to appreciate. Ph. 225I I (h ed and nullified, that all qualified St. Johns, Clay, Putnam, and and ponds. .... ,
: Area for sale or rent. Re- 5357. A8c electors in that area described in i Flagler.The .
Section 2 of Chapter 30587. I Detailed information about"your
novated inside out $62 to $65;)
Acts of Florida, 1955, being the lim soil survey entails class- .. ... .
ANTIQUE QUEEN ANN SOFA month no down payment. Ph. SMALL HOUSE FOR RENT. its of said former City of Boulougne : soils and the capability' of *.". :
the of
soils and
needs upholstering. Reason- 261-5379 after 6. A8c Couple only. Call Seaside shall be qualified to vote in said elec ifying types rating I your land is made available
tion; that the registration books cf their suitability for varioususes.
able. Ph. 2615316. Motel. 2615735. tfc the former City of Boulougne shall I' through the Nassau Soil Con
.er. ... .
be used for the purpose of said election
I .
and shall be opened the of. Soil Scientists over the land, vation District. Local SCS Toch- '
NEW LOAD JUST IN SELL this lovely brick homein SMALL FURNISHED house in 'I go
fice of the Supervisor of Registration nican is F. J. Davidson office
with ,
digging spades
China glass lamps, bisque Pirates Cove over 1600 newly decorated, across street ol Nassau County, Florida for the or auger as 879-2272.

bottles, pictures, guns flasks sq. feet (partly unfinished) from Keystone Hotel Ph. 261- purpose of registering qualified electors soften I as necessary to determineand phone _
d9hYBAjJo for said election until 5 00 -
: evaluate the important char-
coinsT Centers Antiques. 2125 with many extras doublecar 4689. tfc o'clock P.M. on August 23, 1963 that
Pear] St. Jax., Fla. Ph. El port large panneled Family e the polling place for said election; I acteustics of the soil The types Some 5% million American...

5-0917. A15c room central heat UNFURNISHED APARTMENT shall be in the building formerly usedas of soils plus slope and erosion, homes now have some form 'Of "*

built in stove separate laun- newly redecorated. Rent Boulougne the City Hall, Florida.for said former Cityof and its boundaries will be iden air-conditioning an increjg, |

LARGE TWO STORY TWO dry rooms. Ph. 2613195. A8c year round. 1323 S. Fletcher DATED this 6th day of August I tified on aerial photograph.Soils of % of a million during ..tJee-.

APARTMENT house. Will Ave. Ph. 261-4128. tfc A. D.HOARD 1963. OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS I are grouped into practical past year. To sell this growh"' .

sacrifice for small equity and KINGSBERRY HOMESA RE-iT OF NASSAU COUNTY classes according to their market, manufacturers inve a:_

lakes up payments. Convenient. FEW OF OUR TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED FLORIDA. capability for use in conservation nearly $2 million in newspaper,.

ly I located in town. 612 BeechSt. MANY FINE LISTINGS apartment. Year round. 223 S. "IT'S HIGHER THAN WE FIGURED, BUT, fly: Jim ThomasAs Its Chairman planning. Interpretations include I advertising_____in 1958. A .

Call 2C1-3994. tfc 1. Two-month-old masonry, three Fletcher. Can be seen after THEN WE'LL CUT OUT FISHING TRIPS, ATTEST: h -:
D. 0. Oxley
bedroom house for sale. Owner 5:00. Ph. 261-5489. tfc
TWO ;BEDROOM HOME 10 left and house can be purchased GOLF, HUNTING, this 6th day of August, .

acre; more or less. Nassau- for two months' payments. FURNISHED THREE room 196X BQARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Dozier & Gay Paints I ; <

villei Ph. 261.3953. A15cGIBSON Entire cash needed is just over beach apartment, bath and OF NASSAU COUNTY,

I $100.00. Payments will be half. Oceanfront Year round. FLORIDA

THIN SOLID BODY $5500 per month. Large lot Ph 2613861. A29c!) FLOOR SANDING and refinish. PUBLIC NOTICEIN By: Jim ThomasAs Its Chairman "BEST FOR THE SOUTH"
ing. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson. .
guitar with case and Silvertone" outside of town. Pump and THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ATTEST:
10 watt amplifier with rock well McCRANIE'S APTS. Phone 261-4609. tfc FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN D. O Oxley
deep on property. Ex-Officio Clerk4t At Prices To Suit Your Budget : .
blo. ONE THREE ROOM down- ,
trtn> Excellent condition. School bus service for children. IDA. IN CHANCERY 8.8 15. 22. 29 .

$IS() Ph. 261-56 James Move in and take immediate stairs apartment. Utilities and HELP WANTEDCARRIER NO. 2690 -

Andrson Blackroik Rd. possession. No credit checkingor washing machine furnished. IN RE DONNA: Adoption JEAN of llOYD, PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE LATEX or ENAMEL :

A8p closing costs involved. Must 8.75 per week. For informationPh. a Minor OF HEARINGON

be sold within next 10
days. :
YULEE THREE BEDROOM Union and Jax. Journal THE STATE OF FLORIDA A public hearing will be held by FLAT WALL SEMI-GLOSS
2. New Kingsberry home. Masonry if no answer ph. 261-9035 in TO ROBERT HARRISON BOYDR. the Board of Public Instruction of Nassau
masonry home % acre lot and Cedar Shake construc Mrs. Long. tic Callahan District Call Fer- D. No. .1, P. 0 liox 36 County, Honda, in the Court. '
large tree. Immediate nandina NEWPORT, PENNSYLVANIAYou house, Fernandina Beach Florida, on
261.3029 Gaines
occup- tion. Four bedrooms, two baths -- or are hereby notified that a petition Wednesday, August 14, 1963, at 11:00, $3.15 Gal. $3.95 Gal.
ancji Hance Construction Co and large family room. Three FOUR ROOM FURNISHED apartment ville collect FR 2-4451. ASp has been filed in the Circuit A.M., for the purpose of discussingwith
225-5173 or 2255401. tfc Privatp entrance. Court for Nassau County Florida in the citizens the proposed budgetof I
level and beautiful patiogarden Chancery, by Phillip E. Taylor joinedby the Hoard of Public Instruction of ,
BUNKBEDS WITH MATTRESS. area off family room. 421 No. 3rd St. tic GUARANTEED N. Y. LIVE-IN his wife Peggy Joyce Taylor, for Nassau County for the year beginning GRANOLITE
Double Built-in Maid jobs. $35-$55 wk. Fare the adoption of a minor child of whomit July 1. 1963. ONEKOTE
Foam rubber Mattress box car garage. THE TENTATIVE BUDGET
BEACH APATMENT furnished is alleged you are the legal father, :
advanced. '
springs. Ph. 2255401. tfc kitchen and central heat to unfurnished. Week Mallory Agency, 571 and you are hereby commanded to RECEIPTS: For Block Masonry :
LGAS all automatically or Merrick Rd., Lynbrook, N. Y. appear in said Court on Thursday the Federal Sources $ -0- Enamel i ,
rooms con- White
month or year round. 56 S. A29cGIRL 15th day of August, A. D., 1963 and State Sources 1,194,397 Asbestos Shingles) .
RANGE space heaters, trolled. No down payments for Fletcher. Ph. 2613188. show cause, if any, why said petition Local Sources 460,588'
18,000 and 36,000 BTU. Like Veterans and approximately should not be granted. Cash Balances 76,560 $5.50 Gal. $3.95 Gal. :
FOR GENERAL OFFICE WITNESS my hand and seal of said State Capital Outlay ,
Dewy 617 S. 15th. Call 2C1- $1,500 down includes all clos- CLEAN DOWNSTAIRS APART. Court at Fernandina Leach Florida, Balances 60,242 .
WORK must be school
5405. A8p ing costs if purchased underF. MENT. Unfurnished two bed. high this 10th day of July, A. D., 1963. Investments (SUE.) 34,762
graduate and accurate typist. SEAL D. O OXLEYD. From other counties 2.000 White Pastels Decorator Colors
( ) -s- : : :.
H. A. terms. Trade in ac- room, tile floors. Ph. 2615359. Total Receipts $1,828,549
0. OXLEY, Clerk of the Cir
i MARBLE TOP occasional table, Good working conditions, excellent EXPENDITURES ,. .
Located in :
teptable. on curve ASp cuit Court
$12.J Baby carriage converts Pirates Cove subdivision. benefits, and starting 4t 7-18, 25, 8.1, 8 Non-program courses 1,000 A FULL LINE OF DOZIER & GAY PAINTS AT .
to ear bed sturdy high 225-5122 for General Control 47,856
salary. Ph.
FURNISHED GARAGE Apart- appointment -
3. We have a fairly new three Instruction 1,218.726 -
chair. Child's rocker, $3.05.: bedroom house with ment, hot and cold water fur tfc PUBLIC NOTICE Operation of Plant 110000 Shiell's

SHIELL'S; SWAP SHOP, 16 carport and masonry patio with outdoor nished, kitchen electrically Equal Opportunity Employer NOTICE OF MEETING OF Auxiliary Maintenance Services of Plant 114 70,000.OoO Swap Shop :

N. f th. fireplace. Owned by Veterans equipped. Ph. 2614258. ASp TAX EQUALIZATION BOARD. Fixed Charges 3300 v-_ .
HOME SALESMEN WANTED Capital Outlay 32,000 16 North 4th Street Next To Western Union ..... -
100 FT RIVER FRONTAGE Administration. $100.00 down THREE ROOM FURNISHED Good commission Fullor NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Debt Service 49,107 ", ..... .
. and low monthly the County Assessor of Taxes will Transfer to Interest &:: Sinking .., .
Arabia City. Lot COO Ft. deep payments. apartment. 407 Cedar. Call part time. No experience meet with the Hoard of County Com FUnd 50.225 ....... .
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remodeled two-story frame Immediate possession. missioners as a Board of Equalizationon Total Expenditures .
261-5836. A8c will train. Call $1,725,914 .,
necessary -
hQU es--available. Morfday. August 19th. 1963 at 10:00 RESERVES:. .. ..
hnm Show.ijhy appointment JWehavfi 4. :: .
261-5027 before 10 tfc. o'clock A.M., at the County Court. -
I a.m. Foundation O. and D. S- .... .. ...... .
only. Ph. 2615382. tfc with three bedrooms in nice TWO NICELY FURNISHED house at Fernandina Leach Florida, Fund $ 67,360 "'

neighborhoods,' for approximately rooms, 301 Broome St Call for the purpose of reviewing and Reserve for' Contingencies 601 ,:

BOATS MOTOR and trailer -. $500.00 down. Let us I 261-3770 after 5. tic WANTEDHOME equalizing receiving testimony and hearing as to complaints the value and af; Total Reserve Reserves for 2. B. E. $ 102,635 34.674 / / D A I I V H!

1962 model. Good buy con. show you these so you can be any property, real or personal as I Total Appropriations, Transfer &:: tlKALLT
tact! Lynn Haddock, 204 S. settled before school starts. NICE ROOM with private bath, fixed by the County Assessor of Taxes, Reserves $1,828,549
18thSt.. Ph. 2614248. tfc private entrance, half block FOR PART Persian for the year 1963. Interest and Sinking Fund
5. Who wants a three bedroom DATED this 30th day of July, A.D.. RECEIPTS:
-- from Post Office. Phone 261- kittens. Ph. 2613797. 1963. .
"HOMESITE brick home just outside the Receipts and transfers in $ 113,577
BUY A the Nassau D. 0. Oxley
on -
4341. tfc Cash 84,194
River Beautiful high city limits with city water but WANTED NICE HOME for Clerk to Board of County Total $ 197,771 SATURDAY AUGUST 10 :

anddry lots at Nassauville. no city taxes! Immediate pos- TWO ROOM FURNISHED a- cute, mixed breed puppies. County Commissioners, Florida.3t ,.Nassau Cash Expenditures Reserves 116,169 81,602 .

Others with waterfront privil session with down payment of partment suitable for couples Mother is small breed house 8.1, 8. 15 Total 197.771 .

egesSmall down paymentTerrfts I $325. and $59.50 per month. only 310 N. 5th St tfc pet. Call 261-3686 or evenings County millage for the support of '
Move in now! PUBLIC NOTICEIN the County Schools will be: AT8P.M. :
2614467. ,
to suit Phone Francis County 10
District 10
Ellis, POpular 5-2661, Jacksonville PAUL C. BURNS 4642, W. I. McCranie. Will be I WANTED RIDE TO Jackson FOLRTII THE CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OF THE OF District- {Interest' and- Sinking Fund

: 'ffc.I I glad to show the beach FLORIDA, IX AND FOR NASSAU Levy: c .' .
REALTOR anyone ville in fall. Con
District No. 1 5.5
I On Curve
CRYSTAL SERVING dishes 319. So. 8th St. Phone 261.3606 apts and cottages. tfc I templating morning classes. NO. 2600RAMOND District No. 2 .0-
District No. 3 -0- .
open stock, white china P.S. Almost forgot one of our LOVELY VACATION ocean Phone 261-3686. P. GEISEL, Plaintiff, District No. 4 -0-

Oriehtal pictures some an, best listings. We have a three front downstairs vs. District No. 5 -0-

., tiquk SHIELL'S SWAP bedroom home on the beach fenced in yard. apartmentwith Sleeps 10 PUBLIC NOTICE THE corporation IILACKSHEAR, et aL, DANK, a Georgia Superintendent John and T. Weisner Secretary to West of 5 Points

SHOP, 16 N. 4th St. with garage and beautiful yard to 12 people. Phone NOTICE 'TO CREDITORS Defendants. the Board of Public Instructionof .
that be much less 261.3174.tic NOTICE OF SUIT Nassau County Florida .
can bought -
than its actual value. Be sure IV AND I OR NASSAU COUNTY, A Georgia; Corporation : : :.:.
you check with us on this if SMALL UNFURNISHED house Blackshear, GeorgiaW. :

beach home three you want a beach home instead for rent. 1310 Franklin St Call! IV No.RE 2033: ESTATE OF .. P. STRICKLAND and MARIEW. People Do Read Even I
STRICKLAND his wife,
bedrooms, living room, dining of just a beach house. I 261-5277 for further information.tfc. CLARENCE LAMAR PERDUE Hlackshear, Georgia: The Smallest Ads
room and kitchen. Large 24x8 deceased. PEARLE R. WARD

porcL all masonry, firred walls, I I QUALITY HOMES by John J.' TO: Claims AU Creditors or Demands and All Against Persons Having Said. ALL Blackshear.UNKNOWN Georgia HEIRS, devisees In The News-Leader. PUBLIC INVITED I

tile bath and tile window sills. Eynon Construction Co., JaCk-I THREE BEDROOM house, Five Estate: legatees, grantees, trustees administrators I: You Are
Hardwood floors. 900 block N sonville, 733-1343. FRA Points. Call 2615421. tie notified You, and and each of you, are hereby creditors or other parties
required to present any ,
by under
claiming through
againstthe I
FleUher. See "Pete" or "Bo", BLOCK BRICK. No money claims and demands which you or estate of J. B. WARD Deceased; ,
down on your lot Ten and 12 BEACH APARTMENT furnish either of you. may have against the and if living and if dead all unknown --- ---
ed. Year round rental, must estate of Clarence Lamar Perdue, deceased heirs devisees legatees trustees
DUPLEX financing. Fully completed -
ONE year late of Nassau County, FlorIda assignees lienors successors in in. .
NISHED EFFICIENCY apart. includes 2 inch wall, tank be locally employed. $60 per to the Honorable J. E. Weather terest creditors or other claimants .
month. 278 S. Fletcher. tfc ford County Judge of Nassau Coun claiming by, through under
tank tile or against .
and septic
ment near fishing pier. Corner pump -
ty florida, and file the same in his any of the above named Defendantswho
'location. $18,500. bath hardwood floors. Also UPPER LECK API'S. Completely office in the County Court House in may be dead and not known to
home remodeling additions Nassau County, Florida within six be dead or alive; and ALL PERSONSor '
-c furnished including TV calendar months from the date of the unkflovm otherwise .THIS HOLIDAY :
parties havingor
Three to 7 GOOD/YEAR. .
2178 S. Fletcher complete plumbing. Phone 2613118. tfc first publication hereof. Each claimor claiming any estate, right, title,
bank rates. ORVILLE demand shall be in writing and claim or interest lien "
OCEAN SIDE three bedroom years, in or upon the '

hom Servant's quarters. WAHL1N, rep., 540 North Fletcher ONE THREE room furnished post shall office state the address place of of residence the claimant and, following The East described Half (E'property:) of Lot, to numbered wit.: DRIVER is :

Fernandina Beach, phone house. and shall be sworn to by the claim. Twenty.Five ((25)) of a subdivision
2615027. tfc ant. his agent, or attorney, and any made by W. L Beugnet, = taking chances :
lHOPEHTY2"l9 6 & &
pEACH such claim or demand not so filed January 28, 1928. of United States
Ft. OCEAN frontage just -- TWO BEDROOM unfurnished shall be void.DATED Government: Lots
Eight (8) and Jy ,
South of Blue Marlin Motel ONLY $330 DOWN $ 3.50 a house. July 17th., 1963. Seventeen (17)), Section Twelve ((12) dangerous ;
month Buys small three bedroom East Tallahassee Meridian. Flor-
$100: per front foot Mary Wright Perdue as Adminis ida a Plat of which subdivision
two bath home. Pan H. F. SAHLMAN tratrix of the estate of Clarence was recorded on August 6. 1928 in tires. :
Lamar Perdue deceased.
eled living room. Fire place. the Public Records of Nassau
County. Florida in Plat Book 2, at .. .
Herbert Wm. Fishier2l3z No. %4.
Stanley Drive. 3 Bedrooms 2 Page
FOREST HILLS 3 bedroom Atlantic Avenue -
baths large lot, fenced in 2 bath home not a Fernacdina Beach. Florida. fied that a suit has been filed against .
backyard, plenty of shade project I Attorney for said estate.4t you by RAYMOND P. GEISEL to :
$12,750 $500 down. 7-18. 25. 8-1. 8 T
tree and shrubbery. $150:; quiet the title to the above described .
'* property and you are required to ,
dowq and $S5 i per month, sec I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE for PUBLIC NOTICE serve a copy of your Answer to the <': .;. ..,. ..
Pete, John T. Frrreira & Son I any debts incurred by anyone Bill of Complaint on Plaintiff attor (0.1' \ :
SOS Atlantic Arc. Phone 261-5H1 other NOTICE FOR BIDS ney SUSAN KIRTLEY. at 1612 Con-
-tr myself. The Board of gress Building, Miami 32 Florida, and Howlaboutj ?

506 CEDAR STREET six BRAND NEW 753 pound capacity (signed) S. T. Stratton A29c Nassau County.County Florida Commissionersof invite file the the Circuit original Court thereof on with or before the Clerkof the YOU4'7'Lasserre

Bedroom Boarding House. Two sealed bids for furnishing all labor and
chest type freezer. 1 year LET ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS materials for the 9th day of September, 1963 otherwisethe
Bath construction of allegations of the Complaint .
} $5000. will
$278.00 Call 261- concrete-block building on
guarantee. help with drink County
your be taken as confessed by you. .
1'1'' 'fir at Yulee, Florida,
s 4491 Chucks T.V. tfc accord. DATED at Fernandina Beach. Florida .
ing problem. Write Box 338, ing to plans and specifications #
125 S.! 17th STREET. 154 x 110 City or Phone Jax. El 6-7700. file In the office of said Commission.on this lad day of August 1963. rl.l'III :
'S! D. 0 OXLEY
lot VITA appraised at $11,000 RUX-A-BOUT boat with controls tic Copy of plans and specificationsmay CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT :
trailer and 35 horse be obtained by contacting D. O.
$10,750. (SEAL)
selling I Oxley. Clerk to Board County Com
motor. Will sell as complete COMPLETE LAWN MAINTENANCE missioners. Room 10, County Court. Susan Kirtley I I '
Pfte Ingrim, Salesman outfit or separate. Ph. 261- janitor service. We house Fernandina Reach: Florida. I Attorney 1612 Congress at F'.uilding I Motor Co. j
Sealed bids should be submitted to
L* L. Bohannon Broker 4610. tie solve your moving problems. Board County Commissioners, c o Miami 32. Florida
13 X. LOVELY RED BRICK home. ty Courthouse. Fernandina -
Beach. li
1EARFRESHPICKED daily, 205 S. 19th. Across from Sr. C. W. HOWARD, General Contractor AJLL Honda August, not later 19th., than 1963. and 9:30 marked o'clock' Trade At Home I !' Your Ford Dealer Since 1910 :

2.00( ( bushel Weekends onlyW. High School. Will take a lot unlimited experiencein "lud for constructing concrete-block
JJ, Lohman AlA Amelia on beach for down paymentC. all types of buildings. Ph. building at Yulee." at which tune 1-1II "l6'llI rlP ;
same will be opened read tabulatedand
City.* tic W. Howard, builder, Ph. 261-5008. tfc considered. .

261-5008. tic Irid.Bond or Cashiers check in .
MATCHED SET Diamond and WE TOP AND TRIM trees, do amount of 5 percent (5%) must accompany MALICIOUSWOODS
I wedding band, new. Priced to yard work. Call 2613978. If each and every bid. NATIONAL TIRE PRICE INCREASE :
The Board the
reserves right to
cell See Bertie at Florida FOR RENT no answer call 2613145. reject any or all bids. {\ xaa

Bank tfc. tic L 63.Dated this 8th., day of August, j j 'EXPECTED IN AUGUST. :

bag. .two woods, 4 irons, put furnished apartment. layer and birthday cakes pies. Board Nassau County County Commissioners Florida. '.J 4 :"SAVE A FEW DOLLARS NOW"r !, ;

ter. "Used four times, $55. Apply 202 Citrona Dr. Ph. All. kind*. Call Patricia Lodge.! D.Attest 0.: Oxley, Clerk. i 'ROB US ALL! I

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pee 1 1n News-Leader. F\ nanaina I Besch, Florida "August8! :- -:: ; ity despite the. tie..: 7"settle ...tile"contiovers Garkg wfaeisg Cxt Join Bar-
--- --- lox Plant WontensSoftboll Rotary/lij s--r. a grudge battle I niak. Clarke and Ingram teamedfor

I will be awarded ta winning TO1S v Captain;. Pete In EdgesYouns has been slated with a date in a Lions win. "
I Gj&if Association( teams. I gram, E. 'N. Rob tl3,'* Darwin LeagueOn Battle To tie the fall'. to be announced later. I Lonnie Hollingsworth won over
I The teams, made up of members II'Smith. ", M? Tenrn In Team captains were Newt Roberts ;i Mike Fiala and Tom; Tilman wgn l

Sets 4-Ball I of the Golf Association, areas George Tyson, Captain; Carl for Rotary and Bill. Melton | over Chuck Flenniken. Hollinjrs-
Play I follows: I Swanson, Perce Entzminger, John: IIGamQ of Yeur"Probably Wednesday night, July 31, i i in Golf Tourney for the Lions. ( worth and Flenniken teamed fur!
Hardee's defeated
I Bob Askins, Captain; Ben I Guest. Meyer's in a Results of the matches are as ; a Rotary win.
For Saturday Shave, Ham : I I close ball game, 2-1, then won (follows: I Dick Melton won over Ratyh
Hamilton, Toni Tman. GyJuy; aas Captain; Frank over Moore's in the nightcap, 51.Hardee's r j The Rotarkn$ and.tie; Lioasii I II
I I Lambright, Burns Bailey, John slated, as the "game i met Wednesday afternoon in a'I Andy Anderson won over Sam i hear and Hugh Stone over Clayton
"Cec'J lx>ptien, tourney \1 airman I Pr. George Barker, Captain; I Barniak.Rpdy of the year" in softball ranks here I took the measure ofMoore's golf tourney at the Fernandina Merrow and Bill Melton over Sanders. Melton and StoTie
announced tcwjay that final Bill Childs, Ace Reynolds, Jeff York Herb I was the one played Monday night in the opener of the i Beach Golf Course and the corn1 Buddy Burgess. Anderson and I teamed for a Rotary win. ...
{ Captain !
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J between the Boy Plant andYoung's. evening 10-0, then Moore's lot
| retition ended in tie.
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Bowers. '
pairing have been made and all 1 Bailey, Bb Breslin, Warren a : i I
; The Box to. Meyers in extra-inning .
Plant scored its an .. . .
is in. readiness for the Ball I | A point system was used with P '! "
Best Red Bean, Captain; Dick Bennett CargaLSara second victory of the battle, 21. Lay Caldwell won over Ken .
tourney of the Fernandina Beach I Arthur Renshaw. Bill.. EoJ- Merrow, Captain; Don Crabbers season overthe individual points given for each !! Forehand and Glyn Waas: over,. COOPER'SLAUNDRY '
by edging out a 1-0 In Hardee's victory over 3feyer's '1 I'
Golf Association effer. 9 hole match and the full 18 Plus: Hairy Poole. Forehand and
Roberts, Dan'DlUgherty, Steve I j victory in. an outstanding: game. Deasj Mattox was the leading '
Foursomes wilt tee off Saturday I Ray Caldwell, Captain; R. E I Spence. i l It was a np and tuck affair(I:I hitter with 2 hits, with Juno'I i, team points on the samp basis. Waas teamed for a Rotary win.
; in what has beCQme one of I Phinney, Lester Durham, Walter Harry Poole, Captain; Cecil )j I from the beginning! with the Box i Roland sharing th.e spotHghJ 1 with Following the play a fish fry !iwas Louis Lowe won over' Dan''
the most popular type of competition Preston. Loptein, Ervfy Williams, Harry Plant scoring what proved ta b*I l 2 base hits. Eloise Minion collected I enjoyed by the participants. Daugherty: and Burns Bailey
staged Igcally. Bob.Gejfcon, Captain; Archie 'I and guests. aver Buddy Lr nch. Lowe and
the ;
Sahlman. winning run in the third inn. B
hit with >
Each team, will have -csptaia Smith, Emerson Fizer, John I Jim I ore, Betty r.r I 'Both clubs had members who: Bailey teamed for a Lions win. Coin Operated ..
Hall jing. Plan r ton and Lou Davies getting hits
who will play fr.om scr a tcb. Pozega. l Young Captain; Buddy ]i baseman ; were unable. to play at| the. last Newt Robeits won over For- ,
Three other golfers will makeup Tonx Lannon, Captain; Al Bo- | Burgess, John Baxter, Bob Ramsey ,I thin the frame, Cary, walked Braddock to moved open Linda Sue Gill, Helen Jerniean -j moment and a number of so.I rest Ozburn and Emerson Fzer.: Mrs. Deris Howard, .
the foursome with each -rc- dine, Bill Miller, Harry Taylor.Bill I i iI him to second fielder's Linda Evans and Katherine I called "ringers" were brought in. and Cecil Brewton played to s Manager14th .
on a choice
te'vinjr a handicap. Melton, Captain; Bob I Jack Vann, Captain; Bob Tal- i and Richard Foster bunted to I Currier collected the four hits I by each club.Enthusiasm. tie. Roberts and Fizer teamedfor
.' The "A" player will receive Young, 'Chuck Howard, Jerome. ton, Cecil Brewton, Louis, Nolan. i I move Braddock to third. J. D. for Meyer's. I ran high following a Rotary win. & Beech Sh :
strokes on holes 2, 5,is' and 11. Spence. !! Holden then hit a 'long fly to Nat In. the nightcap M. 'Thrasher, the competition, with each Houston Sapp and, Pete In-
-"B"-players will'jjet, their I Fred (Qsteen, Captain; D. W. "The' only reason a great],I Smith in left fieljd and, Braddock :M. Lotspeich and Deasy' Mattox i club maintaining!: ; their superior* gram la'yed.to' a tie with Ben .
strokes on holes 1, 3, 7, 10, 15 Ringer, Jim Clark, American families don't' -- --
Tom Digby.
: many {j scored after the ca h. were the leading hitters with 2 |
.and 1.8. i Jo$; Scavboro, Captain; Jesse: own: an elephant is that they Young's put up a real threat buts; each while taunce Smith, : :. i..S'." 'O 0.o.0"'a
"C" players' strokes. will come I Tiner, E. V. Garcia, Al .Miller I( Lave never been offered an elephant -: in the fifth when three straight Jeanette Henderson, Betty Bee-
on holes 4, G, 9, 12, 13, 14, lo Leighton Shave, Captain; Jim 'j!! for $1 down and $1" a I bunt singles Ipa ed the bases ton d.Jupe Roland'' came &
and 17.Entry. I' Webber. Don Brown, H. M. Ask week." Charles S. Pike II, i with only one out, but Lpvett through with one hit -each.
fee Is 100 and prizes! ins. Mebane (N. C.) Enterprise. threw' out Wavne' Dotson' at- home Sue Fowler led Moore wjth e ,
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: on a force play before Nat Smith 2;; hits with'Rhonda'Guest}. Mary ,,,8
I was cut out at 'fir t by Jim Reynolds and. Marsha t Hamilton ,' 8 G8
Braddock to erase the uprising.The getting hits. :

I Crabbers offered another Deasy Mattox led in hitting,
threat, in the sixth when... Carl with 3 hits when Hardee's defeated -
Jones was safe on an error and Moore ,
> :100.
I Jimmy Roland singled. B'll Cox Roland and t Taun Smith e $
was out when bit i by the ball Q>ian collected 2* bits, with. Audrey ,

attempted bunt) befpre Wayne Mullis! Ann Herrin. !;ton, Petty 9o 8e
I DotsQn and Bryant Tucker flied<| Pecton, and Carri? Alvarez get. ,
out to Tiger Mattox. in centerfield tmg one hit each. GEfiEBAWELECTRICFILTERFLO
to. end the threat. I II -- .
: Marsha Hamilton was the best eo
In the last of the seventh.Perry .
i; I Hitter for Moore's with 2 hits '
I hitting for Horn for, AUTOMATIC 0
with Linda Sigmon, Patricia ;i
u II i the Young's fly deep team into centerfold- blasted bur along ;i Scarboro and Janice) Fowler get-' :
ling hits.
; Mattox raced back to grab it for | WASHER !
an out. Renshaw flied out to In the close-scoring nightcap, j }

Hi'- LOUNGE I' Maddox to end the' game. and give which was won by Meyer's in ':; ; G Big 12pcund.wosh.. ., Detergent dispense
the Box Plant the victory. the ninth inning, 2.1, each team'collected w fJt bosket capacity 'IF.f'
Jobn Smith did the pitchin a number of hits. water ftmptroWr, B
: tit Non-clogging filer cORtrol .
for the Box Plant and although Carolyn Knight led' Meyer's _
nipped i for six base hits, four with 3 hits with Linda Sue Gill e
ATLANTIC AVENUE AT THE BEACH were infield variety. Smith walk 'getting 2. Aliff Knight, Jeannette COMPARE NEW t
ed only one and struck out one. r Gass, Helen Jernigan. GENERALELECTRIC As Low As
a r. r. ,., 'L + Tj r Bob Stover was on the moundfor I Eleanor Flint, :Mott Minshew, ., ,- 8 II D,
Young's and did not alloy' ; Linda Evans and Mary Jan s oTHLs (I
but two singles while strikingout Tiner shared in Meyer's hitting. : $7.50 Per Month
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five and walking only one Patricia. I '
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help his cause any. with 3 hits each with Sara Frank ,. . o
.r :;iIigt Cary Braddock and Harold I lin, Marsha Hamilton, Janice t
Reynolds': collected- the two Box : Fowler getting two hits and Sue'
I i' Plant; hits while Jimmy Roland Silvia, Elaine Rowland and Jo !
led Young's with 2 hits with Bill I Ann Johnson getting one hit each i; i Five. Points Grocery & Hardware

R V { n, I, Ccx, Wayne Dotson, Billy HolI for the losers. :j I
I and and Jimmy Horn getting LEAGUE STANDINGS I!
''safe hits for Young's team. Hardees 11. 4 ;iMoore's : Five Points Phone! 261-5205 :
Tiger Mattox was by far the t '
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