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Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: August 15, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
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I VOLUME 105 NUMBER 48__ FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1963 10 PAGES THIS ISSUE lOc PER COPY. .. J JJ




J jidfadrn'Hopes Florida/ / Georgia Road Officials I Further Union For TuesdayBy NegotiatingSet RayonierThe Teacher Pay Increases- I



I locals of the Pulp Sul
To Discuss
'I I'I Bridge To St. Mary'sAt phite and Paper Mill Workers

at Rayonier held a strike vote
Monday but the results hare


,} are brighter than they Meeting Here August 23 I day not Tuesday been for negotiations.negotiations revealed has been pending set to resume as further the. "; Hike School Budget.-


I have bees in many years for renewed -, Officials from the Florida and Georgia has long favored and ade" devoted most of a recent between union officials andUa'onitr W' ,
,interest and action on the ''urged the and that i iI' column the Teacher salary increases account -' $1,828,549 is expendable for
Georgia hghway departmentswill bridge now to proposed meeting personnel operation The hike in salary amounts to
? proposed dina Beach bridge to St.from Fernan-I meet here on Aug. 23 for a I' Florida Governor Farris Bryant I and the persistent efforts of' for over three-fourths of i r of the county school system $475 for all county teachers. Of.
Mary's, Ga. : has evinced an interest in the Lonnie Pope.Attending the boost in the Nassau County I as opposed to last year'soperational this figure, $125 comes from the
L Governor Farris Bryant has re- i discussion of a proposed high ,; projecf hopes are brighter than i I II I the meeting from Londe Funeral I school budget, for the 1963-64 I budget of $1,671,535. county and the remaining $350is ;
portedly evinced interest in the i i level bridge from Fernandina j I: in some time. I II i i Florida will be Ralph Powers, of ;' year. I The balance of the total budget I an across the board raise for

bridge and the meeting next II Beach to St. Mary's, Georgia. I I Lonnie Pope Executive Assist Lake City, road board memberfor 1 Held At a public hearing yesterday,I I includes non-expendable items all teachers in the state, as voted
f week of Georgia and Florida I The proposed bridge has long I II ant to the Georgia Road Board, I this district, and membersof Tuesday At the Board of Public Instruction! such as interest, sinking fund in the recent session of the Flor.
II highway officials here is proof I been a dream of many in this i] has long been probably the the engineering department. : adopted a total budget of $1,976 :I I and the like.Teacher ida legislature.In .

I of this interest Most of the I'area and Southeast Georgia asa I i strongest advocate of the bridge I From Georgia will be Pope, H. Mortuary Chapel 095, an increase of $75,716 over salary appropriations addition to the $475 raise,
credit for the revived interest short route for Georgians and : and it is chiefly through his efforts H. Huckeba of that state's j last year's total, budget of $1.1 I(: climbed from $1,019,610 in '62-63.. teachers on continuing contracts,
,
I can be laid at the feet of Lonnie It i other travelers to Florida's famous ': that the upcoming meeting gineering department and en-I I jI 900,379. I! to $1,142,900, an increase of who have passed the National
Pope, executive assistant to the I) Atlantic beaches. If built it here was arranged. I Complete details of the Louis Londe, 55, who was employed Of the total budget for '63-64 '! $123,310. I' Teacher Examination will receivean
1, Georgia Highway Board, who j will shorten the trip from Fer-l i by the State Road Department -I
t r ( Georgia newspapers have given I ing will be worked out Monday j additional $100. Teachers with
I simply refuses to acknowledge ,' nandina Beach to St. Mary's: considerable to the local interested as cashier on State !I
space meeting ; by citizens and I continuing contracts and
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:: '( defeat of the long time dreams from an estimated 35 miles to and the noted columnist Sid, will be carried in next week's is- Road AlA until his letirementi I Commission Appoints G. H. Wnns Jr. years Florida services will -r..
of in Northeast Florida two months ,
i passed ,
many ago
only 8 miles. 1 Williams, in his "Politics on Par sue. I I Ij away ceive $200 if they have passed
and Southeast Georgia. Lonnieha < Sunday evening in Humphreys

kept the pot boiling many -' Memorial Hospital. j Exteen Corbett To City Planning Board .tion.the National Both raises Teacher are Examioa-providedby
times when it seemed about to ..
I | Funeral was held Tuesday at the state.
simmer out and the meeting hereis : 12 p.m. at Oxley Mortuary Chapel, i At last night's, ,.
I regular bimonthly i, Wolff. Dr. Wolff was named by I The pay increase of $475 brings I
indirect result of talk he
an
a I with Rabbi S. R. Funston of I, session of the City ComI ..1{ the Commission to the CIty the minimum beginning teachflr I
had '
with and
Bryant 'Georgia Jacksonville, officiating. Burial I mission, G. H. Waas, Jr., and;1 Board of Adjustment to fill Kii1 salary up from $3700 to .$luh 1
Governor Carl Sanders at a recent I was in the family mausoleum in I I Exteen Corbett were appointed 1 I chens unexpired term on that I for Nassau County. '. ..
dedication of a stretch of wr 3jT% Greenlawn Cemetery, Jackson- I to the City Planning and Advisory body.In.
super highway between Florida ville. Board. I Of the total budget, $460, 85
and Valdosta, Ga. What such abridge irir 1 ; I I'I Waas will fill the other business the Commission is raised by county ad valorem
Pallbearers H.V.. i.3 unexpired l
LA..4J i were voted to advertise for bidson : taxes. This is based 10 mills
could to both Fer w5r on
mean I term of the late C. Lamar .
___ IcrV. P. Bunch, J. _I. Webb Per
nandina Beach and Southeast IwkI -I' a farm type wheel 1 tractor each from the county and district
.
due and Corbett '
will
fill the
James Duncan, Gary Bunch un-
well the entire for use at the Fernandina Beach sources on an assessed value of
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Georgia as. as __
,
I I Howard Bunch Joe Scofield and expired term of Hilton L. Kit '
Atlantic Coast of Florida, is beyond 1 Golf Course. $24,241,460 in non-exempt county
chens. Kitchens is
S. R. Merrow, Jr. I resigning to
t compre ension. And with 4a kL' j Ic(1 i assume his recently-won post on I I Voted to enter a new application -I property. (The total assessed
r all the super highways funneling ,' I the City Commission. I for a grant of funds under valuation of county property Is

i,, traffic down through the center Miss' HigginbothamJI | Other members of the Planning I Public Law 660. This action is .n I set at $31,822,290> with $10,550.-
of the state at this time it might Board are Ralph Wear chairman, I accord with plans for a sewer 830 exempt from taxes.) -
well\ become. the lifeblood of this Robert Ferreira and 'extension program here and was ,I Money from state sources Ji- :
Dr. G.
entire area. All possible assistance i t ; /t I Lifelong Resident Ralph taken to insure that this city tals $1,194,397 and includes "the
should be given to insure : :4&i: maintains its priority position! following: ,.

the success of the proposed meet. I et .. ... .... .. Interred : Lions Schedule when. funds become available. II I $905,622 from the State Minimum .
ing here and the immediate approval L I I1n Tuesday City Manager David Gatche! i|I Foundation Program; $80-
of the bridge. ,; i read a letter from the Duncan' 000 from Racing Commission
# Funeral f9r Miss Mary Elizabeth Light Bulb Sale lyfmont Clinch Historical Society -: Funds; $23,526 in State Free

When identical bids on any 4 (Bet) Higginbotham, life I of Amelia Island in which it Textbooks; $117,711 in Statb

item are received by a _ long resident of Nassau County, was stated that thatxjrroup had Sales Tax Funds; $2,100 in Driver
governing ; To Raise FundsThe
body, room U left for was held Tuesday at 4:30: p.m. heard there was some c/msidera-: Training Funds; $2500 federal -
I ir at the First Baptist Church with money through state agencT'esfor
tlt-ughts( of collusion. Such was tion by the Seaboard Air Lne
the! case this week when identical Rev. J. T,, Dunnam, pastor of Fernandina Beach Lions, Railroad to deed the old railroad Vocational Funds, and $5,000for
bids of 7.2 cents per half pint ficiating. Interment was in Bos- meeting Tuesday in weekly session i I depot building to the city. National Defense Education!
Funds. .
I for milk were submitted by four que Bello Cemetery, at Seaside Inn, heard President The Society urged the Commission *
dairies to the Nassau County 1 Miss Hipginbotham passed ,i Ben Clarke schedule a light I to explore this possibility (Continued On Page Six)

Board of Public Instruction. The j 1 away Sunday in Humphreys Me- I bulb sale as a fund raising pro- i and if such were possibl0 I II

: figures 'brought even mprf room RECEIVING LIFE MEMBERSHIP I in the Lions Club at last week's meeting were Pete i morial Hospital after a brief ill-I ject. I that the Society would like to Rotarians Hear
for conjecture: when it was noted j ness. The proceeds from the sale work with, the City to establish ;
j JlcCall I
Pappas and Walter 25-year-veterans of the local club. Also eligible for the -
that..jhf,. pri.was! up .2.2nt9 I She was born July 25, 1880 in I will go into the Lions' perennial\ i:| a museum at that location. I
: from Jut$.iWf4.;fig"ur.*rrv ?e.. ,$:.distiri' .tl.o .. >vas Johnny JIutchins, who 'was unable,tp attend t the meeting. The awards, I Italiat a small! community be-I sight. conservation'.*program, in !| ?Gatchef was uthori ed' 4b'' Distance Calls'By
5 cents per half pint. Tjic rank t >$ re mHe .bJ.tDJstnct"Oovemo J"altr ftrSjnnyLeeof: Garnesvil1e.Pictured; left |I II ty gs \-Yuk i-.: arJCaUahan..A.1 which"theyj* provi3 afe:- and:. '\ta.ck therait." &' "dt I1 I" "
I is purchased through the School I. to right? Pappas, Lee, McCall.andlJen. Clarke, president, of'' the Fernandina Be\ch cHb.Sfroffon '1) daughter.4 of Joseph. P. and Josephine f glasses for needy'with sight ,i' the'matter'and -report"' *!<*,' h Direct- & : '

Board for use In'the school I 'j I Jones Higginbotham. I problems. The Lions also parti- :> Commission and the Historical Diaiing w' -
lunchrooms of the county. Since 1 She was a member of the cipate in the Northeast Florida: ': Society on his findings.

the new figure represents a p03i Wingate/ Chosen for Legislative fr/p/ First Baptist Church, the Sally 1 I I Eye Bank. I Attending the meeting fion* BY' PAUL WARWJCK
the historical
'i i ible $18,000 additional expenditure ;' In lieu of the 'usual program group were Miss Weather reports from Boston,
Purvis Bible Class
and the Senior
(Continued Page Two)
1\, it would become necessary! speaker, Lion Mike Fiala conducted on Chicago -i4 and even Fairbanks
V to hike the prices of schocl ] The Nassau County legislative:, i Citizens Club. II aTltten quiz such as I Alaska wfre heard first-hand

I : lunches. Since school budgets' delegation, Senator Harry 0.Strattcn I She is survived by five sisters, one he recently experienced at a f County Commission by Fernandina Beach Rotarian
arc always limited it is possible j and Representative! Mrs. Annie Kight of Callahan, company meeting. Results of the yesterday in an impressive demonstration
such a hike could force milk' r) F Claude Wingate, have been sig.. j Mrs. Nellie H. Robinson of Ii quiz proved amusing to all present I' Asks Speed Study of the new direct distance -
from the school lunch menu. Concerned : nally honored by being chosen I Kingsland, Ga., Mrs. Ethel H. On County Roads dialing system which will
Let your voice be heardin : rr7Tk as members of a Florida group I I : Conners of Jacksonville, Mrs.Ii George Tyson was inductedas | be available on telephones in this:
the proper' places. !__ leaving Saturday for the Council .1 Maybelle H. Stalnaker and Mrs. a new Lion with Carson Me- II' Commissioner Harry Poole advised I area beginning November 17..

I I' : of State Government conference I Leota Swearingen of Fernanda I Kendree handling the induction I tday:? that the State Road I Frank Raybon, of Jacksonville,

Governor Farris Bryant raised in Honolulu.' Hawaii. I Beach; and several nieces and I ceremony. I Department has agreed to the representing the Southern Bell

himself several notches in the 1 Wingate's selection came as a nephews. I Dick Bennett was the guest of county commission's request thata I Telephone and Telegraph Co.,
estimation of many Floridians surprise to many since such honors I Pallbearers were H. V. Burgess President Clarke. speed study be made on Black staged the effective display of
recently when he told Congress !: are not usually conferred on'[' Wilton Davis, Royce Law- Rock Rd. and Nassauville Rd. I the new plan's method of opera

why he'opposed the Kennedy freshmen Representatives. Strat- ; home, W. R. Price, LeRoy McKee Tax Poole said the request had tion. He was introduced' by"Bill,
civil rights; bill which would out. I ton's choice, on the other hand, j and Dean 0. Oxley. EqualizationBy been placed on the Road Depart. Hogan.
law discrimination in motels, restaurants was expected since he was Speaker County Board ment's agenda, for a study to I From a telephone hookup in
and other pro tern during the recent session determine, speed limits to be set the luncheon room, Raybon put
theaters,
of the Legislature. :, New, County Building Set For MondayNotice up and their locations. in dialed calls to the three citica1

dations.privately-owned Bryant's public statement accommo to Wingate was only recentiy : At: Yulee Will The commission will be advised -I weather-reporting offices andin --
has been given by D. 0. amazingly quick orderxitij
completion of thesurvey. )-
Congress was that it must preserve promoted by Container Corpora-i j House Health Clinic clerk upon .
Oxley, to the Board of I bers of the Rotary Club uwe
American businessman's tion of America to the Personnel
the J
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: County Commissioners, that that hearing news of faraway weath.
right to refuse service to'' Department staff, where he is in :i Bids will be opened Monday '
body will meet with Tax Asses er over a loud speaker.It :
ariypne.. .He said that it must be zI charge of public relations at the : morning by the County Commission !-.1 sor Eddie McKendree as a Board Woodward In Detroit was 62 degrees in Fairbanks .
remembered that when the ma-I -i Fernandina Beach division. for the construction of a :. of Tax Equalization. I For Chevy PreviewJack the sun had risen at

jority loses its freedom, the minority During the recent Legislature building on county property in The meeting is set for 10 a.m. 3:30 a.m. and was to set at 8ilG
loses its hope for freedom. SEN. HARRY STKATTON KEP. CLAUDE W1XGATE he served on several key committees I YuJee.I I.I.I I Monday in the Commission chambers Woodward left this morn and the days, the Alatkan

Mighty well said.i I including: Constitutional j The new county building will ., at the courthouse. ing by plane for a 3-day visit m meterologist said, were getting
6 Amendments, Elections, Salt !| House a health clinic for that I The meeting is for the pui- Detroit, Mich. shorter. The weather was fine.

Have you taken a look through Wingate Tells Commission of Planned 'I Water Conservation, Public area and will also be used as a pose of reviewing and equalizing, While in that city Woodward, Raybon also explained the workings .
your medicine cabinets recently? l Health, Public Amusements and I voting place and for other coun- hearing complaints and receiving head of Woodward Motor Co. of the new dial system In

Autumn and winter usually brin,: Ii I was vice chairman of Drainageand ty purposes. r testimony as to the value of any I here, will visit General Motors I detail, explaining that it worked
I on the use of more drugs and Meet With Bryant On Boulougne Lights Salt Water Conservation. I The call for bids is carried in I property, real or personal, w for a preview of the 1964 line of 'only on station-to-station calls.

*.v.>.ia.- H,- A- ,rood.,- -- time to check tie: l | He was active in the two special -I a legal notice in this issue. i fixed by the tax. assessor. Chevrolets._ ..,. i (Continued on page.. six)
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should -
outdated and replaced. Wingate aappeared before the I Road Department is empowered was on Rayonicr Exports r' -- - "- : --- ". :p'X: '
Be too, that the dangeroustype reapportionment and constitution <:" '/
sure I County Commission at Wednes. 'to utilize lighting of this nature : fr
should be kept safely away 'select committee. I 3,235 Tons of Pulp
|
day's regular monthly meeting and that it is hoped something i
from children. More than 600,000:} I II i Charles Tom Henderson, head
and told of a proposed meeting can be worked out. |' Since Saturdays
children each year swallow some ,'of the attorney general's statutory ,
,
with Governor Farris Bryant tO had r
kind of poison, often from medicine discuss the possible .use of the :I It that the previously Florida been Development proposed -, revision department who u i' A total of 3,235 tons of Ray- -41r:! _
Make that routine in charge of for 'j
cabinets.
arrangements
Lnier
elaborate street 1'ghting systemin Commission might use the lightsas pulp front' the Fernandina :i
check and replace the necessary I the trip, says that the trip is an
now ;
Bou
the abolished city of an adjunct to the state welcome Division has been exported in 3
items at your local drug lougne. station on U. S. 1 in that j I I')' serious important work meeting with a .hipments. since, Sunday, accord-

stores. area but the FDC is apparent! I purpose.Henderson ng to figures' released Wednes-
I said this is the only
not interested since they did not 1 < I I I
Jax Man conference at which
StopsTo legislators day.The
f
Most good Southerners will accept an invitation to appear tat S. S. Steel Flyer sailed,
of all the states and staff
.f. probably consider it a dubious Kill Snake, a recent conference on thi > involved in the legislative members -(:l Sunday with 1900 tons bound for
.
distinction: but Fernandina Beach'sFort subject. India and Tuesday, the S. S.
I I 'process |I. -
\ I Has Heart AttackWhile get together to discussmutual
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Clinch State Park made the I i When the small :.municipality; i problems. The Wokingham loaded 560 tons for '
( Life Guide page in Aug. 16 issue i I' meeting is Manchester, England.The ;; r1a
driving with his wife: i was abolished on the ..recommtnI for legislators what the gover-
Life magazine. Life Guide I _ _
of of interest' on Amelia Island last Sunday I dation of Senator Harry Strat- i I (Continued on page 3)) S. S. Sibenik was loading
I, deals with points afternoon, a Jacksonville man I ton and Wingate in the recent 775 tons Wednesday, destination I*
and the like and
festivals, art stopped between Amelia: City legislature, the assets and liabilities ;-i France.
reference to the local park Screen Is
the and the Fernandina Beach city : of the abolished city reverted : Damaged
cited the seaside trails along sail limits to assist another motoristin to the county. (The; legislators At Han Theatre I Park Visitors At
marshes and the inland paths iu
cited the
killing a rattlesnake.Not city as an obnoxious -
.the' park. having a weapon, Thomas I speed trap.) I Damage to the screen at the 45,425 Since July 1 1A

.' I G. Wells, a retired fire department The lighting system, famed a$ han Theatre, caused by thrown.'
Tip on the most successful l ; took from ', bottles has total of 6,534 visitors was
captain, an axe !Boulougne's "white way", was ] pop caused Ed
1 speeches: Have a good beginning I his car to cut: a branch from a <' costing that city $500, per month I Beach, owner, to take drast.c recorded at Fort Clinch State
j
jind a good ending and'maintau.. i! nearby tree.Starting I. plus the cost of normal replacement measures regarding the coloredbalconY' Park for the week enJicg Sunday -
' a close relationship between the back toward the of the bulbs. Up until re- i according to Gil Becker,

.. two. I snake with his makeshift weapon -: cently when the Okefenokee Rural -' Beach stated today that f only I park superintendent. A SPEEDY RESCUE was achieved Monday when three fishermen were stranded on

Wells suffered a heart at.tack. Electrification Membership t! adults or children! accompanied j Of this number 2,586 were the South jetties by the incoming tide. Boats to the rescue were three of Sheriff
r NOTICE Two )'oungmfn, J. B. Wil-f|i Corporation cut off the lights,j tby adults will be admitted to the{I overnight campers, with 1,520 H. J. Youngblood's! Water Safety Patrol, with John Thirsk piloting the first boat to
Hams and Gary Pahquah of Jack- the unpaid bill since, the :abolish- ; balcony in the future. I visitors recorded for Sunday
I AH Sophomore, Junior and onville, stopped and gave mouth I ment had reached proximately i Other objectionable acts comtmitted -t alone. There were 34 Boy Scouts reach the scene and rescue the fishermen. The stranded fishermen were Paul Waiters
Senior girls interested in going i to mouth resuscitation: until an $1600. by offenders included encamped and 100 guests at the 52, Gola and Amos Betleyoun, 16 and 15, of Macon, Ga. At left is Porter Barn-

out for football cheerleader are ambulance arrived but Wells ded ;, Should that corporation push|1 pouring water onto theatre-goer Lodge. ard of Porter's Fish Camp where the picture was made, and Bill Dopson in Barnard'sboat.

I asked: to get in touch with Cindy en route to the hospital. :for payment and t': satisfaction i in the downstairs seats an4 For the fiscal year beginning In center boat, left to right, is Robert Mott, city officer Thirsk and Frej! Mot:

Henry no later than Wednesday. Funeral services were. held iiij I I of the contract the :burden would throwing empty cardboard pop July 1, there have been. .5.u3 -Holding boat to' dock is Thirsk's son. Boat at right was piloted by Deputy Colvin Smith

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1..o ,ri, : : Nrrtrs-Leader, Fernandlna. ; Beach. Florida! Thursday. August 15, 1953 i t \\Vir \ltells1 I tzarnn !.n g (oparina. mocre t=a 1o Jv f"tt"1 .\:fct.,. CD Classes Move: ,

, '. '. ,'," ',- I .f J.J T'i.1 g"t > I:
I 1 and ;Sbe-
'jfJt Emory Walker' Jimmy I Ii w
uf. 'FERNANDINA 1 t BEACH NEWS-LEADER j /I I (Continue'from' *?'*? Page One), I i Yens appeared before the.Board : To Court House !u11Wr

... 511 ASD STREET PHONES WW t.381 TbeNotion be placed oaf\tb county. If. tiiis :! to petition for the use -of.the'old : -t
I r.tt..c. citizens in trat di8 railroad shop now owned) bjL
the I i '
rl A, John b.; r} Q\bWBpapeliL. I happens; .*
v : BY WALTER J. PRESTOX,. JR.
Kay Ct.fdttelli Editor/an.i 1Hacaeer Counter rict will be faced with a specialtax the county, in Yulee as a base of CD DIRECTOR '
levy to satisfy the indebted operations for that city's newly
I BY PAUL WARWICK i organized fire department.: ,I being
classes
The Saturday
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NLTLONAI
f ft EDITORIAL,, i ness.Also
ICo action taken the
during; the meeting the t was .on conducted under the joint atte-

... ,_., ," .. i, $ lIAJCSTI3 k' 'I Because they are first and ,, Commission opened bids on 3.85 request pend.ng a study by the Dices. of the Sheriff's Department ; I
'{r.O.o- } foremost, honest and la\v-abidn; ; r ; w acres of rand In "the' abolished Commission! : of their pesRiwi i w .. and Civil Defense have been
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I citizens, my good neighbor Emory city, orig'nally planned as the i i the matter. I moved from the Jr. High School J
: .. '.... ABC AUDITED PAID) Chit JLT1ON'"Published Akerman, and his wife Maud Any.. fle ate ef a city,hall and park. I I Bob Springer was spokesman Cafeteria ti(? the Court Room

Fenundina every Beach Thursday Florida and as e sec ttltd'u' uid' class the maid Post; matter.SMbscripaaa Office. II Ellen, have just been compelledby Arthur_ and Nora Rhein former '' for a delegation from the -Yolee',. County Cotift. House, Fernaadiaa"" .1

-::. :,'. -, Rate*:. :. conscience ta give 'up a prized (. Vsf' y1.l owners of the 'property, were Chamber of Commerce' 'attending I Beach. ..
., $4 a year 12.25 6 months $125'3 .Months[ p li8eiM. Ot to .roe, at least, successful bidders with a figureof the meeting. He asked that the Medical SelMIelp First Aid .
$4.50 a year out of county what they surrendered would $1000. It was noted that $35(O Board consider budgeting money, I I \'fJI'be continued and eamplebtl f

.... have been something aaite handyto and interest was still owing ta such as that now going to other on Saturday, August 17, and an i
.u have around the, place. the Rhins< from an original sale i County chambers, for the neviy 8-boujr coarse on Explosive Ordnance .

..C.Q"vbQYs and Engine ',Lv Irwin.i. :'Ca. tan". ._ It.wasn't. .o 'long gQ that 1 .;... -* <--4n. j Postmaster Bill. Melton, along I '. ," +" The acceptance of he $4000 noted that Yulee now has qn August 21' AH

..... ..... with other chief expediters o,; ( bid gives: the county approximately i54. memberships, some multiple.: classes start at S. arn. and con
I mail throughout the nation, announced 10,0 from the sale cnce at $10 per membership and said 1 i thiue through the day with .fc, t.
the new ZIP code for ? :% IL the indebtedness of $3500, inter- that in the near future they -anticipate hour recess for lunch,

I postal areas a set of numbers L est and sale costs are deducted.A ;, some 85 to loa member No-class .is scheduled for Idwi

to be affixed to return addresses : vehicle used by the police ships. i I i! Day weekend but classes arc
: .
I so that recipients of mail m slit department of Eouloune was The delegation was assured planned for September. Subjectsand

reply, using the number, and be I' also advertised for sale but no that the Board would take actionon : dates will be announced.&, "a
the
A STIRRING SCENE, frqm aP'ic motion pictw-e "The I
drs-
assured of more speed and .
the
after
bids were received, matter a study was j.l later date. ,
patch in delivery of their letters. Robe", starring Jean Simmons,' Richard. Burton and Vic made. ,
also cited: the need of
The ZIP code number for Per- tor :Mature, to be shown at the. Ilan Theatre Sunday and Wingate
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,
nandina Beach was and still .* ". ;it!. signs on the Intracoastal Waterway j During the meeting the pait : The Commission will sit Monday '
Monday.
Is 32034.It ., I as it passes through tha t ment of $1000 was authorized for as an Equalization Board _
;, : local harbor to slow water traf i i the loss of part of a hand by' u I i with Tax Assessor Eddie Mc-
wasn't long ago, either, that I' 'fic. He ,noted the wide acceptance former county prisoner..The pay- Kendree to hear complain. on;
; Emory and Maud Ellen'took up CALENDAR OF .LOCAL. EVENTS I of the new 'Marine. Welcome ment goes to George Leslie Bry- ,. tax aSSfSS et1tS. t
I residence in Fernandina Beach. '. A :Station and City Marina here ant; who suffered the injury m

D 0 Emory having became associatedwith COUNTY COMMISSION lO"a.m12nd.' Wednesday after 1st- Monda. .. and said that, boats passing at 1901 when his hand was caught I,
.1 v PI : the Rayonier Corporationin Commission\Chambers I t excessive speeds throw up wakes in a cane grinding: mill at tire Trade At Home

I .' its timber division. Emory : CITY COMMISSION 2nd and, Wednesdays! .....; 7:30 p.m. -.; Cit. 1 .. that are both inconvenient and county prison farm. ..,.
: had taken graduate courccs: Commission Chambers : -......-- -----. i,
'. .- at. Yale in forestry; originallyhad i tof .
". I 1 been graduated from theUniversity i i HOSPITAL TRUSTEES 3rd' Thursday. -:.. 10. a.m, Hospital; Dining ODe of a Milea ot r porti.ty.OJs.newipaptr, end.the Print Advertislcf' Assodaflon on the advances of Trent media. ,

i of The South at Se: Room I. 4Don't /1 II 1.
II 0 BOARD 1st Wednesday.after 2nd 9:30
wanee, Tenn. SCHOOL Monday a.m. I
: Superintendent's Office .: I
They arrived in Fernandina ,
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: ; j1142 c. Reach in a Pontiac with Tennessee P-TA EXECUTIVE BOARD last' Thursday :: 3:30 p.m.Jr..
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I'.cense' plates. High Cafetoriura .

.. .. The numerals on their license f P-TA, MEETING 1st Thursday 8 p.m.-Jr. High CafetoriuraKIWAXIS I
plates were 32034. r e 1t I
7V( ) I CLUB Each Monday -6:45: p.m. -'Seaside Inn
When Emory and Maud Ellen vWc$ .
'
: I wrote a letter all they had to do HOSPITAL AUXILIARY 2nd Tuesday 3:30 p.m. Hospital. .

A /! was to look., out in the driveway Dining Room 1 I Ir
.... ...,. "'1" "" I at the Tennessee license plates JAYCEES Each Monday 8 p.m. Recreation Center Lounge .

: \ I and there was the Fernandina LIONS CLUB Each Tuesday 7 Seaside Inn J ;
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p.m. '
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*)TOU YOU YOU Mil"fOUOWftt TOO Beach ZIP code staring them I I 1
I : right in the face. Quite a con ROTARY CLUB Each Wednesday. Noon Luncheon Seaside 71 y .1
INNAMERICAN .
venience. I '
t
1 : ,Tk' 7Vov.f"rf Jofcty Senri'c* No doubt Bill Melton, and LEGION 1st and 3rd Mondays 8 p.m. at Legion
t 'I' Home \ ;. ) *
even Postmaster General Day, Q/y3 52A.
Redden driving it a major cause o!! highway cccidenfi. I II would be delighted if everybody ; CITY PLANNING BOARD ,- 3rd 'Thura ap City Commission I

I had so neat a reminder of their Chambers : .
---- -- - --- --- -- --- -- .
I area's ZIP code as the long arm WOMAN'S CLUB 1st Wednesday Woman's Club Bldg.' y. S. :
"Good old corn: field '- about of coinc'dence had provided the k, am t tI
:the f njy thin; left that can- beshodted. ; .: MARINA.LOG Akermans. Even in this: day BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, NassaJ. District. 6 p.m.2nd. .Friday

j ,." Ernest L. lIene-i, .' when many human equations are I Seaside Inn I '
:\Ve2i2gton l ((0.) Entetprfee. I. being reduced to cold numbers !! MERCHANT'S ASSN. each. aid Thursday. -. Noon' Luncheon ., w : !
:\ Seaside Inn -
a series of numerals is difficult '

1 J .. for most people to remem- i CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 3d' Monday Luncheon" 12:15 -' '
.r : .. It would be good : Seaside Inn' .
1 t. :. aer. a guess ; yrpq,,
:-or.... ., .. j r
I'' few in thij J '
/. that very persona I i BUCCANEER COIN CLUB ,8 p.m. 2nd Monday each month ens rte Irk.
area could tell you, right off the
/ bat, what ZIP code number they GEN. DUNCAN 1.. CLINCH :HiSTORIC'S FTY 2nd 'Monday ,
I ". t- their mail. I each month 78 p.mtTV Room .at Recreation Center. wt ti:;
I tk a should ,use on II
t) ...- j) The point is, however, that Ii NASSAU CHAPT. NO.. 49.- ROYAL, ; AltCH MACONS 2nd' and.,;
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1 II x ,,-= --.. """--. the Akermans now have been 4th Thursdays 8 p.m. Masonic Temple '

.. -: .. stripped of this great aid to me : AMELIA: LODGE NO. 47 F. &. A.M. 2nd and 4th Tuesdays a1 a1'e 1
1- Passage of time has de- ,: .1
T) t tra mory. I 8 p.m. Masonic Temple .
r ;tK.Lou,' R. B.. Fellows treed that they exchange their I I OBEIN LODGE ,No. lot -liar hta' .of .P+thia ,.-, 1st and.3rdThur ,'" s ?; ;ft I Inary'
I i Tennessee license; tax for Florida ,I t fy: y .
.t JI L Jacksonville.!! Florida 24 feet. 1 days 8 p.m. Masonic; Temple: 1 "j
Odesjo H,- F. Lewis, Jackson plates and there is net !
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much memory help you can get | FERNANDINA TEMPLE 7, PYTHI.fSrER, S 2nd and, _4tV
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vile Floridar 32 feet.
I Mondays of month at 8 p.m.: .nIas n <:Temple.. ,
Alicia,. Ii. G. Warinjr, Jackson from 41-something-cr-other' 1
vine, Florida 27 feet About mailing letters, anyway.Of CHAPTER 55. ORDER EASTERN'ST.iI; ;,''1st. and 3rd Tuesdays f s 4 .

Dlai-fiai, 3V J. Ajrcoch Jac L- course, Emory and Maud: I Masonic Temple fI I '

I 1 ponvillc, Florida, 35 feet, j Ellen could frame the old tag : SPEBSQ3A EACH TUESDAY. -8, PM,.' Recreation Center .
: CetLutheMONEYtUtttheck Fop Brd; III, J. T. Dcvane, ,. and hang it in the living roomas Lounge '. '' I you read, before you buy ? ;

JacbonTiUe.; Florida, 27 feet. a reminder. Or maybe, they HIBISCUS GARDEN CLUB -:'S Monday'of month at.Er,p'.m. .
: ; State Farm'i Escape hatch, ,E.Y.. Clark, tould leave it on the front of j I Most people generally do. can always check tack; the message is still .
; low insurance rates I Jacksonville; Florida, '2t] feet their car and let the Florida I MAGNOLIA\ GARDEN CLUB -:. ;Jrd S. IondaY"of .'monthat 8 P.M I. Not only do they read; they cut out and show there even'if your attention i) d .1r.cteJ.c

.. 4or carelul driTcriratet .Gladip Ann John $. Wheeler I plates stay on the back. Is that I ROSE CIRCLE 1st Mondar4._...::_-L.L_._i__ 8 P.M ads to their family and friends; they clip When you pdd it up, print advertising.-the

: so low that Washington, D; C., 28 feel. : legal? i FOUNDERS GARDEN CLUB-'4tb Friday: ..'-..,. '... 3-P.M. i cqupon for information and samples. kind you read in this newspaper-makes sons*. sAnd s ,
Otl/ Jimmar II, J. R. 'John on.1 .Well, you must admit it was When people see an advertisement in print, because i it measures up to buyir.r'A !
: out of two lave coincidence, as long as I MAGNOLIA GARDEN CLUB=; 4th T 1 sday',...,. ._ 8 'P.M habits of )
may Jacksonville. 25 feet. I r a I pretty they can compare designs. .features.ti and toost consumers, jyiat keiuli.: ; : ..
: important dollars Helken. ; W. 'A. Jones,. Jackson it lasted. :! AZALEA GARDEN CLUB. 2nd Tuesday )L.;; .__ 8 PeAt I prices of nationally known products and serve t

: And cheek State' vine/ Florida,. 30 feet.. ;' I '. I... 220: Lighthouse' : Circle_ ices..(And people do compare'before they buy.) NEWS-LEADER" .

.* >f.' iervlce-io Sea' Dog, J. .it; Hughes'Jack"on i Commission STITCH-A-BIT CLUB -' lit and 3rd Monday _....__* .7:30 P..U I Advertising in print is a' handy thing. You
r.aj ille! Florida: ; 23 fr.et.YalBilt .. .
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. good people W. C. Hestwick, JacksonviUe. (Continued from Page One) I Ii v- .....,.
'*.;fturtfliore cars_.with Florida, 25, feet 4 .... .
Tie G. B. Warren Jacksonville Olive Mrs Evert Elvia
Sea i | Galphin
: us than with anycneelse. : !
,Florida; 40 f ft. 'and John T. Ferreira.
: Call today! Miss Piiss., U.' L. .Bohannon, i The Commission voted to inserta I ,

.. Kernandina: each Florida( : ,. 21 half page advertisement in the j I f
i issue of the Florida | ;
convention
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JAMES 'BOWERS Happy .Duze. D. W. Cox, Jaeiiscnrilje i Municipal! Record as a tr'bute to I
: } .Ftor daS': teefMljrnonne the work of Nassau Senator Harry \
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311 ,thntlc A'eI I .
Claude Win-
,- E. JSulli7iniack: Stratton Rep. : i .
Phone26W982.. J scnville, .Fl*!ida; 26 feet; gate and Gordon Butler, ('Xcu-I .
1 Mary[ ..JaneW. C. Marinner,I tine secretary: of the Florida : ..
,I/N NN STATE rUM MUTUAL West Palm Beach fforida! : 55 'League of Municipalities, for I .
.. AUTOMOBfl. fNStRAVCt'COWPANY.HOilOmCli feet. ther yeoman work in rushing .

at00M MTtia, )UjhOt$ DolpVn, Q.. F. Johnson, Jr., through the cigarette i tax h'ke as I '. T'T Quality .
< Daytona Bwen, Flprida, 83 feet I:'an aid to Florida munieralUie! .:- ..r Fcj'
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-- It was noted that Butler, a __ -IL: ,
f local resident and former mayor, I -,. rI.

.. was a strong advocate of the tu .
tike and that Stratton and Wingate 'iA '
spearheaded the mo"ei i in ,,:. f r> 1 I IM Ir.

.I Whdtrs r So r Wonderful AboutCREDIT the Senate and House cf Representatives i ,

1 respectively (Fernin -
dina Beach's share: of the new .' 'j ;< ..
1 .
tax money is estimated at fron iL1I r

3.000 to $40.000 annually). .
I Darwin Smith appeared before
; A. .
,, the Commission to complain that rr.
I. garbage p'ckup at his house was j .; : ,: r',
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not satisfactory and that ha .. i. .
would like better service in the I :.; 4: __ : 1 .
future. ., _.:._ I
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I Smith was assured that the ? .
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I.. ? City was fast working out difficulties .-t. ,. rt
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1 experienced in fam'liarizmz y '1
1i
1. pick-up men with: the hones! .., .
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I where the new service charge 1 .4
and where it has
has been paid i if
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not 1
': Simply i this. It will do more for you tSan any f i The Commission recently mad 1.

: friend you have. For example:" i; the service charge: permissive '
1 (and those who do not wish to pay
: When you are a customer of our bank using j will not receive service. They If
such checking and ': are required instead to dispose 1 f
savings
services as a account Il l 1
r
manner satisfactory .
of their: garbage in a .I .,
: .'. when you show a responsible and to city and health auth .

: mature attitude concerning money and credit orities. .

: then we can't say "Yes" fast enough Letters were read from Wil
liam Miller, vice president of the rt4ff 1 ,

.: to any reasonable request. t senior division cf the Little Lea .. .
gue. The letters were addressed III ,
: In making any plans for the future, You'llfind' I, to Jim Beard, Director of Public ... .

our bank a good one to know and a Works, and to Sandy: DcSando, .

: good bank with which to grow. Stop in. Recreat'on Director and they T,1elton. 1"1' Cktvrokt tokt for My type of truck. 1a
condition .
: were in praise of the fine ,II
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of the playing field and the
: FLORIDA l National Bank excellent scheduling of games

1 during the recently completed
....a&..""".$w t..1"H4.wMOa /IIW ; WOODWARD MOTOR COMPANY 1
: .t Fe......... IHCIt ;i season. ; : : ;; j'

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Two Boy Staters ton hours, was before chased she for nearly was finally thirty Registration OpensFor I News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, August .15, 1963 Page Three !

taken.

f Deliver Report f sisting An armed of a boat launch expedition from, con-the Pleasure Boats Mrs. Mary Harrison I Ij

i U.S.S. Norwich and two cutters j Assumes Duties As'

'I To Legion Post 54 f I from Confederate the U.S.S. Hale signal, attackedtwo station i Under New LawTax ( County HD Agent i


} At the regular monthly meeting ; x ton :n on the St Johns River tonight Collector Ira Hall has an- \ Mrs. Mary N. Harrison assum- I'
of Theodore H. Hernandez %f % Wi4 One post was taken, after surprising .: nounced that re-registration a d J c 4 8"7, ed duties on July 15 as Home '

Post 54 of the American Legion, the picket and surrounding !j I pleasure boats under the new,; Demonstration Agent for Nas- 'I
1 ,
,'Pi :Qibers attending heard a report the installation before the Confederates I law began Monday at his office. S. a < sau County, and is presently

from two local youths they were even aware of the I Hall said the registration L Y making her home in Hilliard. I

choose to represent the Post at approach. A heavy rain quail in- required only for pleasure boats: Mrs. Harrison and her three
toys State in Tallahassee. terferred with the attempts to : with more than 10 horsepower > children, Leslie, 10, Mark, 8, and

I Making the report were Steve capture the second station. It is motors, regardless of length. He Z Kn rt Mary Lee, better known a*
reported that five Confederateswere i' Mikey, 6, came from Pensacola
4 .Beckett and Tommy Oliver, who urged that boat owners bring
I'; i told of their many experiences captured, together with their old registration certificatesin where she taught science and

'I. I 'during their attendance at Boys HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS from seventeen states have three Edenfield rifles and bayon- order to avoid delays. a home economics at Clubbs Junior

Stat: been studying either French or Spanish at the Summer ts, belts, pouches, and boxes, sixteen Under the law passed by the : High School Previously, Mrs. t

Beckett spoke first and talked Language Institute at The Woman's College of Georgia, rounds of ball cartridges, 1963 Legislature, the registrationfees x 'Harrison was Adult Education

about II the routine at Boys State Milledget, this summer. The program was under the two signal torches, flags, spyglasses are increased but the boats .' for teacher at Corpus Christi, Texas
I and the activities in which and one saddle. The are exempted from personal S r'' ten years. ?
of the National
t many sponsorship Defense Education Act of pro- 4 .
: Born Alabama
Federals that the of j <', in Georgiana, ,
/ they say capture perty tax. The new registration .
engaged. 1958 and sixty candidates attended. The c.:' '
summer studywas this station, just three miles out certificates will .,\...n.. she received her Batchelor's de-
'I Oliver followed with his impression directed by Prof. S. Mangiafico, head of the modern side Jacksonville will seriously 1964. expire June :SO, <- : : gree from Auburn Universityand

of the activities they foreign languages department at WC. Included in the interfere with Confederate com 'Registration ACTION PACKED DRAMA is in store, when "Jason and her Masters from Texas iI A &

experienced in Tallahassee. His group of students was Hugh Sides (extreme left), who munications throughout the St,. .J because decals was for delayed the boats partly the Argonauts" is shown at the Ilan Theatre Friday and at Kingsville. .
remarks dealt
I spirit and primarily behind with the teaches at Fernandina Beach High. Johns area and between northeast were not available until last t t Saturday and at the Drhe-N Sunday night. I Mrs. Harrison is making ex-
'I feeling Boys Florida and other parts of. week. I tensive plans for interesting,and
State;
educational this. fall
the South. programs
I An interesting and informative Although current registration Hedges Baptist To for Nassau homemakers. 'She
FLORIDA 1 100 YEARS Names
AGO certificates
August 20 Confederate Lien expire Aug. 15, Con- Rayonier
question and answer period, may be reached at the Co ntyAgent's
tenant Colonel A. H. McCormick servation Board officials said Hold Youth RevivalRev.
'I I promoted Commander Office in Hilliard
by Legion phone
f Tom Tilman, attested the inter Published by Colonel Maxwell describes a informs Captain Wilkinson Call enforcement will be relaxed fora Dardar As Jesup Jerry Curry, evangelist l i 8453690. .
est shown by the Legionnaires FLORIDA CIVIL WAR CENTENNIAL visit made last week while in at Camp Finegan of the capture reasonable time due to delayin !I of Meridian, Miss., will conduct I
of his signal station at St. Johns getting the decals to the var- services during a Youth Revival,
in their representatives' report. COMMISSION Richmond to the Florida Hospital Shop the newspaper ads ; .
which is being run by Doctors Mill last night by Federals.The ious county tax collectors. Hall I Personnel ManagerJesup I Aug. 1&-25, at Hedges Baptist j before you buy and keep
208 Valencia Avenue, commander of the prize acts as agent for the board in Church in Yulee.
Palmer and Babcock and whose the savings.
Try A Classified Coral Gables: 34, Florida matron is Mrs. Robert RaymondReid steamer James Battle has been ,the registrations. I Services will be held each day .
I Georgia August 14,
.... widow of former Territorial ordred to fit the vessel out for a Hall listed the new schedule! during the revival at 8 p.m. Special -
SAMUEL
Edited by PROCTOR, 1963 The promotion of Bur-
three weeks' expedition, "the object of fees according to boat length, singing will be providedand
Governor Reid of St Augus- < I I
Dardar
1 University of Florida H. to the position of
tine. Maxwell says that "the air of which is to scout the coast including the 50-cent service ney Personnel Manager was announced -, a nursery will be availablefor "SEE C. B.'Pete7 :
"HOW MUCHENSURANCE August 12 The U.S.S. Beau- of neatness and comfort which between Tampa Bay and St. Marks charge. The prices are: I today by B. W. Haskell, Resi- small children. :
i is stationed where it is believed Boats less than 12 feet, $1.50; Rev. Hugh Eberhart is
i regard : at the Haul prevades the entire establishment, I one or more dent Manager of Rajcnier'sJesup pastorof
Over, thirteen miles north of and the happy countenances of I steamers are now engaged in 12 to 15 feet 11 inches, $5.50; 16 Division. the church. INGRAM"FOR

DID HE HAVE?" 'Cape Canaveral, where Confederate the war worn and battle scarred landing and receiving cargoes for, feet to 25 feet, 11 inches, $10.50; !
l cargoes are suspected of be- inmates, reflect the highest credit I I the rebels i 26 feet to 39 feet, 11 inches, $30- I Dardar joined Rayonier in Jut.e Fire Damage At
.50 40 feet to 64 feet 11 inches,, of 1957 in the position of Assist
E ling landed. The U.S.S. Pursuit upon its management. It is truly I Florida Attorney General J. B. ; Real Estate
"Too bad abou iBrown," is off Jupiter Inlet a home for the brave soldier." Galbraith advises Governor Milton $50.50; 65 feet to 109 feet and ant Personnel Manager, after j!j, $40,000 ln July Life Insurance
I inches, $60.50 110 feet and completion of 20 years of acti.ejservice !
we say. Our first question | In a report to Washington, He recommends a similar estab- that the Chief Executive, un- ; over, with the U. Dur- 1 According to Fire Chief Hoyt
j is "Did he leave Federal Admiral Bailey say, lishment in Tennessee where j, der state law, may take summary $75.50; and dealers demonstration his naval S.he Navy. i,'Lofton, city firemen angered 13 Retirement Income ,
ing career was ex-
his family witl suffi- I' "Should our relations with Eng- i Florida has three regiments and( ;action immediately against any tags, $10.50.Stratton tensively engaged in personnel alarms during the month of July. Health & AccidentHospitalization

cient Lifej insurance i ?" I 1 land or France, or both, result II a battery with an aggregate of I \distillery violating the act recently and administrative work in key Two were fake alarms, 3 were

No doubt you are taking I in hostilities at any time, itI almost 2,000 men. While they I i passed by the legislature "It WingateContinued positions, including that of Assistant needless or fire was out on arrival Major Medical
I would not be unreasonable to have yet to participate in any off i was the intention of the legislature Personnel Officer and three were rescue or

precautions your own-th proper d will [ suppose that an early and powerful the great battles, Colonel Max- ," according to this opinion, ( from Page One) at the Military U. S. Naval Air Station -- emergency calls. Disability Monthly Income
: effort would be made well that had exhibited "entirely and effectually to sup- Fire loss for the month
to says "they -, was
nors' conference is for I Jacksonville, Florida ,
want\to get'aftlhe details governors prior
L
I seize upon this place (Key West) their mettle and they have press all distillations of spirituous he said. to joining Rayonier. Dardar holds estimated at $40,000 to property I L. BOHANNON

about th$-'Metropolitan's and the Tortugas; for although evinced a patient endurance of I. liquors in the state." The Senators making the trip are I J a Certificate in General Business I within the city valued at $120- INSURANCE

Family In- 1; the commercial importance of fatigue and privations and a Governor, the Attorney General Luther Tucker, Crawfordville 'I received through the Universityof 000. Fire loss outside the city I
;
f come Plan.;..: 5&; the two ports i is insignificant heroic determination under all says, has authority to proceed Ed Fraser Macclenny; L. K. Ed-I' Georgia. was approximately $2,587 to j Phone 261-5269 !,

yi and the value of private property the trials which they had experi against these illegal distilleries wards, Irvine; James Conner, property valued at $%000. '
I Dardar and his wife Elaineare
may be inferior to that of enced." He also asks, '"Is there using military force, and what- Brooksville W. C. Herrell, M/-. ----- -- --q.- qi -- --
MIKE.' r ; natives of Louisiana.: They
'Al'hone'2615329. other towns equally exposed to not another Mrs. Reid who can I ever other force he feels necessary I ami Springs; Charley Johns,, have three children, Burney, Jr.,i I
.' attack, yet the military impor- and will become the soldiers' to take unlawful distilleriesinto
Starke Johnson ,
Dewey Quincy,
;
Diane Elaine, and Darryl. Dar
ance of holding this gateway to friend and"mother?" his possession "togetherwith
Ftrnandina.BtftchMetropolitan : and Stratton. i (
I dar has been active in various
'fJfI.& ,, the Gulf of Mexico can hardlybe August 16 The U.S.S. De tlxe liquor distilled and to Representatives: are: Speaker, There Is
community and civic affairs is
Life Insurance Co. prevent the further distillation ; I ,
over-estimated, and is, indeed,' Soto today captured the Confederate Mallory Horne of Leon, Fred Ar '\
I currently member of the Elk'sLodge
New York 10 N. Y. a
I he direct the destructionof !
too evident to require more blockade running Alice or may ,
specific I rington of Gadsden, Wilbur Boydof First Methodist Churchof
mention. Vivian in the Gulf of Mexico. The the distillery all together." A
Manatee, John Crews of Baker I Always
Jesup, and is the immediatePast Ii
I According to the Act ,i
r August 14 Admiral Bailey Alice Vivian was carrying no "persons j I Welborn Daniel of Lake, J. J. President of the Jesup High
: has today issued the following papers; her captain threw them unlawfully distilling liquor -should, I Griffin of Osceola, Leo Jones of School Band Boosters organization. : "6ESTPldCP'For
when their distilleries abatedin
'information to commanders of overboard. Her cargo of cotton are i Bay, Woodie Liles of HilUbor- I .
I blockading vessels under his was destineed for Havana. the manner provided, be themselves 'ough, Richard Mitchell of Leon, j '
arrested examined and Dardar will assume his new
jurisdiction: "I have information Acting' Master Brown, com- James Pruitt of Brevard, E. C.
'I manding the U. S. brig Bobio out bound over for trial under the I duties effective September 1st. CaI
that the steamers Alabama and Row ell of Sumter, S. C. Smithof
act, the court of He replaces John Gavareski, \VI.ahas
| lof Pensacola Bay, notifies Wash- by competent :
1 Nita sailed from Havana on the DeSoto, James Sweeney of
been transferred to Raoier's ;]- :
12th with view of running the ington that the officers and men jurisdiction. I Volusia and Wingate.
blockade, probably at, Mobile, of his vessel "distinctly saw the I August 21 President Jefferson Main speaker at the confer- Grays Harbor, WashingtonDivision I Everything
I U.S.S. DeSoto make a prize 01 Davis has declared that today : in the position of Safety -
but possibly between Tampa Bay ence, which starts Aug. 18 and !
'ishd St..:}.{arks; *Uso.. that the the rebel steamer! Alice Vivan, will be a time for fasting, humiliation ends AVg.. 23, will be Secretaryof j Supervisor. .
1 steamers Montgomery (formerly and being within easy signal dis- and prayer and he asks State Dean Rusk. .
.
Habanero: ), the Isabel, the Fannie tance, I claim in behalf of myself, that all persons: "repair to their One of the issues that will be Carold Ritter REAL ESTATE' f ...H

i the Warrior, and the Little officers, and crew, a share in said respective places of public wor- discussed at the conference involves On USS .
prize and ship and to unite in supplication RaleighIn .\ "
Lily were nearly ready for sail I cargo. annual rather than biennial -
with like intent Furthermore, August 17 The U.S.S. De for the favor and protection of sessions, an issue that faces CaribbeanUSS '

i I the Isabel, which sailed on the Soto today captured the Confed- the God who has hitherto con- Florida in the next session.. MORTGAGE LOANS
7th has undoubtedly gone eitherto erate steamer Nita in the Gulf. ducted us safely through all the .. Raleigh (FHTNC) -

@mstrongI' Bayport the Wacasassa or This vessel was coming from dangers that environed us." Tom Bailey Slated Carold Ritter, signalman seaman I

I', the Suwannee River. You will Havana with provisions and medi- August 24 J. B. Roulhac has USN son of Mr. and Mrs. I
YOU WILL I
therefore keep a sharp lookout cines aboard.. Captain Walker of announced as a candidate for For Varsity Post Lester Ritter of 502 South SixthSt. I Receive Straightforward -

for any. of these vessels, and capture the DeSoto says that the "Nita Confederate Congress, Second At Catawba CollegeA ., is serving aboard the am- :.
FLOORSA would make nice little Florida Congressional District. dock transport USS
such as come within your a very phibious Advice Here About Every
reach." blockader or dispatch vessel; August 25 The commanderof news release from Catawbi Raleigh currently engaged in a
vinyl floor' to burns best soft coal. Is valued at the U. S. tender Fox reportshis College in Salisbury, North three-month deployment in the .
taste $30,000." He also reports that activities since leaving Key Carolina, carries the 1963 pre-I Caribbean. II III Aspect of A Mortgage Loan. :
meet every CARD OF THANKS
season football outlook and lists I
< drunkness aboard 1
there "was some West July 27. He proceeded firstto The deployment, involving six
and'budgetPorter The kindness and sympathy of Tom Bailey as a cinch to share! I
I the Nita; therefore, for her bet- his cruising ground, betweenthe ships and nearly 5,000 men, has ,
neighbors and friends: in our recent ter security, I have transferred to Aucilla and Suwannee Rivers, center duties on the varsity. been dubbed Operation PHI- :,
sorrow will always remain this ship sundry casks, cases and stopping' first to deliver mail and Tom, a former standout line- BULEK 3-63 and is for operation-' YOU WILL J Find It A PleasureTo
& LovequisiColor I'! with us as a precious man at Fernandina Beach High
memory. demijohns of liquors. dispatches to the Huntsville at al training of the Atlantic Fleet's !
Our sincere thanks and grati- Tonight, one of the small boats I .Tampa Bay, the Fort Henry at School, is a sophomore this year. Navy-Marine Corps team. ; Deal Here With And
Center tude, for all those comforting Last he lettered as a fresh- Friendly
year
: off the U. S. S. Fort Henry Cedar Keys, and the Stars and The Norfolk-based ships, units :
8th St. At Five Points acts. ( brought in two canoes with four I Stripes at St. Marks. On August man. of Amphibious Squadron Eight, !

Phone 2GleX068 (signed) The family of Miss 'soldiers, three of them deserters I 10, his lookouts discovered blacl : are scheduled to return early in i Experienced People.STOP e-

r Mary E. (Bet) Higginbotham.. I from Lee's army in Virginia, the smoke in the distance.. and. some. Too Late To ClassifyFOUR I October.
--- -- --- --- I other from the Confederate forces hours later -be was able to make
HOUSES Five Points
1 of Florida. They were escaping out in the distance "a leadcolored area for sale or rent Re- I Patronize Our Advertisers IN TODAY AT THE :
"I down the Suwannee River when river steamer with a white
novated inside and out. $62 to
I captured. smokestack and one mast. With"a I
Fast Efficient Commander F. B. Merriam, slack wind however, the Fox $65 month no down payment.
; For IPh. .
261-5379 after C. Alfc ; COOPER'SLAUNDRY I uBEST PLACE"FOR
that
Norwich close enoughto
U.S.S. reports was not able to get 'FOR RENT FURNISHED
I while proceeding up the St Johns suspected Confederate block- i I
apartment, hot and
'.\ River today he noted two Con-, ade runner to fire upon her, and cold garage water furnished. Electri- I A MORTGAGE LOAN : .
'
federate signal stations which, in the evening darkness she ds-
cally equipped. Ph.
at that very moment, were in appeared. Later that evening, the 2614258.A15c

\ L.P GAS contact with Camp Finegan out-II Fox came upon another steamerin : Coin Operated FERNANDINA FEDERAL SAVINGS
I
side Jacksonville After examining the Gulf and fired upon it but activity from the Phoebe until the i I II

the position of these stations "from the uncertain light could morning of August 26, when she I iI I -

[ with a glass, Merriam thinks not see with what effect" was discovered sending a boat inland i Mrs. Doris Howard, & LOAN ASSOCIATION
i that he can capture them easily. Captain W. M. Walker, com- The Beauregard then pro- I Manager I 5
I August 18 The Florida Sentinel manding the U. S. S. DeSoto informs ceeded to the schooner and -
Delivery & Service opposes special military protection Washington that the cargo she is now seize enroute to Key ,West I 14th & Beech Sts. !, 202 Atlantic Ave. Phone 261.55020

I. for salt workers, saying, I| of the Nita, which he captured a for adjudication.

"The producers of all articles of I II I few days ago in the Gulf of Mexico --- -- -
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j.I prime necessity are entitled to j, consisted "chiefly of salted

: the same protection. Every plantation i i ibeef and pork together with a

hulkBottle cotton mill and workshop j large assortment of medicines, all Complete Houseful Of NEW Furniturei. ;
in the land should seek shelter for the Confederate government"

( behind the cover of a military Walker gays that "the fact that -

I company, battalion or regimentI steamers are employed at great --
I I proportion to the magnitude of cost with all the attendant risk

the interest entitled to protection" in transporting provisions from

: Call 225.5146 j II Salt workers should receive* only i Havana to Mobile is the mos

I j that protection which i is: provided [conclusive evidence I have yet

I by troops who are located in the I had of the scarcity of supplies in
tt
t I I area, and no more. Salt manu- the Gulf States."
facturers should arrange for their August 26 The Navy Department -

I own protection as provided byj j in Washington is .ordering -
Good law. According to the Sentinel, the U. S. S. Honduras to pro-
I the salt makers on.St Andrews| ceed immediately from New York 329 S. 8th Street

Bay have already organized I'I to Key West to be attached to Phone 261-4383
themselves and "without further Admiral Bailey's Eastern Gulf

Housekeeping protection are making and selling I Blockading Squadron.The ./ R FR'

I t salt at $6 and taper: bushel, and, U. S. schooner Beauregaid ONLY

in addition to this some of them today seized the schooner Phoebe I
-- -, II furnish soldiers'- families withI off Indian River. The master of
I salt enough to do them free of the Beauregard reports that bt
Gas I charge" Salt makers elsewhere, first sighted the Phoebe near

I who are sheltered ."behind the ; Jupiter Inlet on the morning of
guns of the artillery and watched : August 23. An examination revealed -

j over and protected by the cavi 'i that she was out of New :
I 51r Co.xuLee I i airy, are selling the same or an!,I York headed for Key West with clP t :: $ S

I inferior article of salt from $10 !! a general cargo. An examination I S

ew.j ;. to $15 per bushel" ; of her papers showed that everything Ak1 --
August 19 The U. S. bark ii j was in order, so, "after DOWN

i, Restless today captured the Confederate I buying some stores," she was -- "

II j, Complete Line Of Appliances schoonenErnti and has given "permission to proceed en Limited Time
1 sent it to Key Weit-for adjud:ca-I I her voyage, instead of which she if1 N

j tion. The Confederate vessel, carJryirj anchored at Jupiter Inlet, and w : Only

i cargo cf..-135 bales... .-of. cot- realised." Then was &o further

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Poge Four .New' .Leader, Feruandina 1Je ath, Florida Thursday, August 15, 19G3Bridgl : =- dQ St tCiri e \ir. and &*, & ;:. 1loLeru Mr:*. D. A Pariin and Mrs* ;

__ I Miss McGee Engaifd! To Wei entertained their .baby grandson,. John Harde kft Wednesday :&r f
--L- --- --- ---- --c:=::--
Presents ProgramAt Marquis Jackson Triplett U this two weeks at the Methodist Assembly J

:. I Shower At Tea Saturday Honors Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McGee announce '* -is WMS Meeting past weekend while his parents,i I Grounds at Lake Juna-- !

Gordon Butler Home I the engagement of their Mr. and Mrs J. M. Triplett, were luska, N. C.. t:

daughter, Caroline Jane to I j The Woman's Missionary Society ;I in Atlanta, Ga. Miss Linda Starling of Jack !

I Fetes. Miss Thompson Miss Katherine Thompson ;i Charles H. Fennelle III, son of of the First BapUt: Church I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jones and il ilI sonville spent last weekend with i
,
.1The"" I I Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. Fennelleof held its monthly business meet I children and f her Miss Jerrie t
Carolyn
home of Mrs. Gordon Buti tea. ; Terry, () !, cousin, Robin--I''
I j Gadsden, Alabama. ing at the church on August 5. Charlotte N. c. II
i P ler ,provided: i a lovely setting August I Miss Katherine Thompson, i were' the guests son.
Miss McGee graduated from The Eda Stem Circle was in I of his and slater Mr. Ij I i
.6 when she and Mrs. Stan- I whose wedding to Homer Lee Hostesses Fete parents I
: Fernandina Beach High Schoolin charge of the with Mrs. rod Mrs. Richard Jones I Miss Janice Sentell had as :
Tarlton entertained at I Knearl. will be an event of Au- program j and I
miscellaneous lay bridal shower complimenting a I gst 17, was honored at a tea I i Miss Thompson At 1962 and later resided in Bir 1' : >v J. J. Klarer giving the introduction Patsy 'I i her guest this week her roommate t
-
last Saturday: at the home of ; Young Hall Home mingham, Alabama where she }: !, '"Turning Away from the while she was in college at
Miss Katherine Miss Marie Cone has returned Tifton, Ga., Miss Betty Jo Veal, !
Itjs.( Ralph Wood on South Sixth did Little Theatre work. Truth of God. Those assistingwere I
Thompson bride-elect of August I '
IT.I Street, with Mrs. Woodrow: Stewart I Miss Katherine Thompson was Mr. Fennelle is the nephew of Mrs. 0, It Spainhour, Mrs. from a two-week visit in Miami, a school teacher' now in Carlton
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. and J. C. Hazelwood, Mrs. James West Palm Beach and Tampa. ; Ga.
Mrs. Rene Bailev and Mrs. the inspirat for a lovely mis- Land Mr. I
I Irratlremflnb of summer II and Mrs. T. H. Sherman Dunnam and Mrs. Jake Motia- She will attend the 6th, annual I
J William R. Bailey also serving cellaneous bridal shower given of this Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Lowe and
. flowers and were placed + Cone family reunion to be hela
greenery I : + A+ N. a' ., A.A :
as. hostesses.A August 12 at the Y. E. Hail city. lie is with the U. S. Navy,
i
t. at vantacre points in the l Uv. yaw.Mrs. at White Springs on August li( I children Lauren, Danny and
of white chrysanthemums home Atlantic Avenue. Hostesses James Dunnam sang a I
predominance on
attached to the Aircraft Carrier !
inj;jflpm; ,with a bridal motif of i I 17 and 18. Sparky left last weekend for a
and pink gladioli I II were Mrs. Mvra Earn .love / solo "The Name of Jes I l
jI pastel yellow and white used Shangri-la now stationed at
in May
| the was used in the lovely flora1! !, hardt, Mrs. Franz Mitchell and i us", closing the program. Mr. and Mrs R. A. Young, Jr. I week's vacation in Charlotte N.

adjoining rooms I arrangements, placed at vantage Mrs. Emerson Mitchell port.The : Mrs. J. C. Bennett presided and family left Thursday for C. visiting 'friends and relatives.
i The dining table overlaid I
was wedding is to be an eventof
the
paints throughout party and Miss the business Re
I Miss Marv Thompson over meeting.
1 r wit.h"a.bnd+ome white cutworfci { I rooms opened ensuite.A Marsha Hoose received the I early September plans to be commendations from the executive I San Francisco, California! after!: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood

cloth and centered with a slverf : handsome lace cloth over I prizes for bridal games enjoyeJ l announced. committee were read and an extended visit with Mrs.i and Mr. and Mrs, Ray Mullis

epergne .of white chrysanthemum pink! overlaid the dining table I by the guests. They presentedtheir i -- ,approved and various reports Young's mother Mrs Ruth ) will leave this weekend for the

interspersed with yellow centered with a pink and whitearrangement the honoree. from chairmen Brown. I Bahamas to visit Mr. and Mrs.
gift to committee: } were
i chi; santhemums and lighted David 6. Pace Takesillss C. W. Chaplin.Mr. .
in silver bowl
Brown
a I Judy given. Mr. and
k whjt., .tapers. A matching 'arrangement Mrs. Franz Mitchell presidedat Mrs. David Gatchel! )
'I' flanked on ,either side/ with threetier the of thanks read have their this !
was used on the buf the silver service from A letter was as guests week, and Mrs. Willie Watson
fet. JSherbert punch was served candelabra holding lighted : dining table overlaid with VI t For Bride In ; Mass On 27 from Pleasant Valley Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Richard Keogh, I i had as their guests for several
sandwiches, Nuptial
with,petit fours party sand- pink tapers. Party handsome, hand. embroideredcloth. July Church inGroton, Conn:, acknowledging and their four sons, Craig? weeks her nelce, Donna Clayton,
I wishes! and nuts. Mrs. Tarlton tea cakes, i iced in white with Cake squares embossed a Mission offeringsent Keith Colin, and Kyle of San- i| and Charlotte Crowder of Princeton

I)1 presided at the punch bowl pink roses, nuts and mints were I with pink rosebuds, mints and: Miss Judy Ann Brown, daughter turing a fitted bodice with Sabrina I to them toward building anew ford. i Ky.
served with punch. I nuts were served with coffee. of Mrs. Thomas Brown and !; neckline and long tapered I church. T

I j i: joyed During several the evening oreinAl guests en-by A similar arrangement graced For the occasion MLs Thompson the late :Mr. Brown, of Hialeah, I sleeves, and a hooped skirt. Her I Due to Labor Day, the next i ..

tames the buffet with lighted Dink tapers chose a dress of white em- became the.bride. of David George I veil of imported silk illusion was business meeting will be held on
Mrs. Butler and Mrs. )Ia-
j Ralph silver candle holders. DAY NURSERY SCHOOL.AGES234
io )
Pace, of Mr. and Mrs. attached to of seed .
son
I a crown 3
lonewas,. presented the prize Miss broidery, enhanced with pal I Tuesday, September at 7:30
Thompson greeted guestsin
I blue and white embroidery ap- I Ipliques William D. Pace, Sr., also of pearls and irridescents.. Her .
Miss Thompson was presenteda a lovely beige lace and voile Hialeah, at St. John The bridal white P.M.A .
at the neckline. Her corsage ApostleCatholic : bouquet :was carnations
love gift from the Christian
shower,of gifts from a dress with a short jacket:: Shr
of white Church on July 27. centered with a corsage x>f I.
fircut-I' was pompons.She Education .fund was, presentedto Planned '
Supervised .
ar 'portable clothesline were matching accessories! and a orchids. I
. gift waS held with a satin stream corsage of ,pink gladioli florets. was presented a shower ofgifts The Rev. Father John Vautri-i a student who will go in training .- Indoor, Outdoor Activities
I er pinned to the line. Approximately seventy five in a pastel pink and white officated at Nuptial Mass at ten 'The maid of honor wore a lilac for full time Christian service Mornings Afternoons All .
o'clock. silk Day
umbrella. organza sheath, with matching ,
orchid guests called during the appointed -
the
A purple presented
hoooree by her hostesses cora- hours of four and six o'clock. Enjoying the affair with Miss Mr. Pace is the grandson of accessories: and carried a The State Mission Week of Limited Number Register Now

plimentnHier becoming white at- Qut of town guests were Mss: Thompson and her hostesses were, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Hickey of nations.bouquet of lilac and white car- Prayer will be held September
Vizcarrondo
tire. _.. Anne Humphreys of Atlanta, Mrs. J. B. Thompson, Miss Mary' Fernandina Beach. 10-11 at the church. Carolyn

Among-the: guests were Mrs.J. Georgia, aunt of the bride-elect, Thompson, Miss Lyn Hitchcock, The bride had as her maid of The other attendants worE 103 North 19th Phone 2614224
blue silk dresses and The meeting closed ,with prayer I
Mrs J.: C. Norton of Norfolk Mrs. Don Brown, Miss Marsha honor Miss Anna Schilp. Brides- organza ,.
( B..T znpson, mother of the 1 1r carried blue and white' carnationsThe remembering the names of
Virginia, and Mrs. Marv Webb, Hoose, Mrs. D. 0. Oxley, Mrs. maids were Miss Susan Wallace I.
brideand Miss Ann Hum. guest of Mrs. Ben F. Dickens. I Johnny Hutchins, Mrs. L K. Nolan and Miss Pam Coddington. Junior little. flower girls wore the missionaries on the Prayer - -- -

I PhieS'ir.4Int, of Atlanta, GeorI The hostesses presented :Miss Mrs. R. B. Lockwood, Mrs. bridesmaid was Miss Ruby Lucas blue organza and carried baskets Calendar. I

gia. .r Thompson with a footed silver I Paul Bibb, Mrs. Ken Townsend, niece of the bride. of rose petals.ImmediItely C'MON
: .. plotter; as their gift of remem Mrs. Sherman Mathews, Mrs. following the ceremony .
Altar boys were Price and ,
A. McKendreeand
> 20 million in brance. Mrs. Hitch. Mrs. Brown entertainedat Mr. and Mrs. C.
Mort than women Guy Dudley George ,
the lC gave jobs. Nevertheless, cock, Mrs. Thelma Roux, Mrs Wesley Poole, sons of Mr. and a reception at her home. children, Shirley _Gail '!and
Mrs.
Poole of Fernandina
a recent" tudy shows that 30 per "If time heals everything, try Areld Sether, Mrs. H. 0. Brownof Beach.Harry Mr. Pace attended Bishop Ken- Garry, will leave Saturday for aweek's Join The FunON

cent $f them> "find time" to reada sitting it out in a doctor's of- Clermont, and Miss Ann Hum ny High School in Jacksonville: vacation touring: the
Miss Beth Bullard of Gainesville .
'
mountains and visiting interest
newspaper on an average day. fice. phreys of Atlanta. and graduated from Hialeah High
-T" -------- and Miss Vicki Lucas served School in 1960. He attended ing places enroute until they ,

. ...-... as flower girls. Master Barry Dade Junior College until 1962 reach Logansport, Indiana where
Lingerie Shower At Bullard! was ringbearer.Pat when he entered the U. S. Navy. they will visit with Mr. and Mrs 'J'. '''' "

Heart Fatigue Maxwell Home Fetes Pace served as best man He is presently attending Naval Gene Kyzer. ..... ..,...
I for his brother and ushers were School at New London, Conn.
/ Miss Mr, and Mrs. Frank Tieken
ThompsonThe
: heart fatigue is usually. K sudden and frightening expcr- Fred B. Bullard of Gainesville, Following an East Coast trip, and sons' Jimmy and Danny of

fence, Us cause has be & building slowly far years. This i is Maxwell home on South Mark Werner Jacksonville and the couple i is at home at New Indianapolis Indiana have beer
1 (nown as Atherosclerosis, a dexiloping condition of the, Coronary .John Schilp. London. I
Fletcher Avenue provided the the guests of her mother, Mr?.
Arteries. AihcropclermU M the culprit in most cases of Given in marriage by Mr. Al Out of town guests included
setting for a lovely bridal: shower Ann Bracket, for a week. They
Heart Fatigue and the direct of acute chest Pain called .t
cause, Lepine, close friend of the fam- Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Hiekey and ,
Angina Pectoris. It is in fact a form of: hardening of the arter- Friday evening, honor'ng will return: home tomorrow
!
ies. Miss Katherine ,Thompson, brid -, ily, the bride chose a wedding I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Poole and I A CUSTOM MADE
: of white Alencon lace fea family. Miss Bobbie Becton and Miss
Actually what hippeas i is. similar to the slow growth of elect of August 17. Hostesseswere gown
---- ------- Donna of
;, (ime, and rust deposits in a water pipe. In case of the arteries Mrs. Bryan Maxwell and Becton, daughters Mr'l SAND BOARD OR SKIMMER
Mrs. Thomas L. Becton
which feed blood to the heart muscles, the passage way has become Mrs. Bert Maxwell.An Miss Jo Ann Owens To Become Bride and ,
Miss Patricia! May will MADE TO SPECIFICATIONS IN
narrowed from the !lack: of vital nerve energy from the of white Fuji
brain keeping the chancels, open This allows fatty deposits mums arrangement and greenery, and bouquets Of Merrill Moulton Saturday Night Saturday for a ten day tour oi': YOUR CHOICE OF WOOD
thick develop into hard patches to collect in the lining of the Florida.
l arteries. When the channel has thus become narrowed, a blood of vari-coloied summer The wedding of Miss JoAnn o'clock in the First. Baptist j
t. {flot may form and clock 1 the channel, then the flow of blood Is blossoms were used in the living I Owens, daughter of !Ir. and I Church. Mr, and, Mrs. E. W. Chaplin of PORTER & LOVEQUIST

cut off and the result is heart, fatigue. 1 and dining rooms- where the ,' Mrs. W. C. Owens, to MerrillMonroef A reception will follow immediately Cleveland, Tennessee are visiting !
I .- Thousands of individuals embracing Heart Fatigue"have t t guests were entertained. j this week with Mrs Chap : "WOODWORK SPECIALISTS"FIVE ,
'I ,Moulton, son of )fr. anJ'Mfi in the Social Hall of the
.1 fegaine.1: tlgaims health by scientific '.chiropractic care. h'vAftr-a seriesof t'#s,' party 1 : C, H. MpultonTlf lied Oak, ctfarch. All friends and relatives lin's ,mother, Mrs. W. A. Davis, "! POINTS PHONE 261-3068 p

J ,I It sindvhches, petit fourjnuts'andpunch ; I Iowa, will be an event of SaturdaY are invited to the ceremony:and I on S. Fletcher Ave. I
-- -
served. Mniaturc:
were evening, August 17, at eight j reception. i
,Hours jiirasols: adorned each guest'r I .- --- I \ .
t ,, plate.A .
4 i Mon., Wed, Fri. shower of l lingerie gifts was

9-12&2-G presented Miss Thompson in y PERSO"'j.lSMiss '
white wicker basket.
( .
''t ,. 131 Kings Street For tie occasion she wore a I
Judi Hitchcock daughter; Mrs. J. L. Mock and daughter
ilJ Phone 729-5644 green dress with white embroidery I ,
and white accessories. The of Mr. and :Mrs. George Hitchcock 1 i La Verne, and Mrs. John Hartley I

I IingslJnd, Georgia hostesses presented her with a recently left with her brother and son, Jeff, have returned I II
corsage of white mums. and his wife: Mr. and Mrs. from a two week visit with their j, t

George Hitchcock ,Jr., to spend I parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. 1'.
Among the guests enjoying the i
: DH. C. U. CROCKER DR. T. A. OWEN affair with Miss Thompson and two weeks visiting relatives and I Waits, Etheridge, Tenn. Whitethere ,
friends Cumberland Mrs. Mock visited in Memphis
in Mary- I ,
her hostesses were her mother, t

: Kingsland Chiropractic Clinic Mrs. J. B. Thompson, her sister, land, and. in Pennsylvania. I I I Florence, Nashville Ala. Pulaski and 1

,, Miss Mary Thompson, and her Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Beard haveas

"Associated with Owen Chiropractic aunt, Miss Ann Humphreys; of their guests this 'week, her I! {Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Butler,

: Atlanta. uncle and his family Mr. and I daughter Susan, and Susan Bailey !
Clinic of I i
Jacksonville"t Mrs. Robert Williams and Mary left Houston, Texas Wednesday I LOUNGEE :

t, Mrs. Nolan HostessFor Ann. where Mr. Butler Executive
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Circle MeetingAt Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Allen of Secretary of the Florida
attended
.Municipality a conven-
1.1.H Parish Hall Thomasville Ga., are visiting | ti0n of the American Municipaltijs '- ATLANTIC AVENUE AT BEACH
4 several days with their daughter L
Ian Association. The willtrivel
j Theatre group
1
I! and her family, Mr. and Mrs. I'
The Edna Davis Circle of :Memorial children.Mr. some through Texas and I
Jack Vann and .
I Method: Church met in I i :I Oklahoma visiting relatives and

: Phon* U-4849< C. E. Beach, M ;r.f Parish Hall on Monday aftei-' and' Mrs. H.&M..Fink vrll 1! ol I friends.. On J returning they

f SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MATINEES AT 2:30 i i noon. Refreshments were served spend two or three weeks with w 11 stop by LaGrange College, ;:;' r' $, P f\4.;
: NIGHT SHOWS START 7:30 I II by hostess Mrs. L. K. Nolan prior their son-in-law and daughter, w. ere Susan Butler will attend 1i tft

I I to the meeting.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Pagant in Burr in the Fall

: ONE COMPLETE. i W. W. Stewart, Jr.. Hill, Va. I' and Mrs. Homer L. Knearl jj jja

---- chairman, opened with ,
prayer fir.
I Mitchelland this week from Stamford,
Mr. and Mrs. Franz
Friday And Saturday I then welcomed: the eight mem- ,
C to attend the wedding of
,
Mr. and Mrs. John 1.. Smith ::
:One Showing Friday 7'W:< ) Saturday 2:30 and 7:30 ': bers present ,
1 have: returned from a week touring j i! their! son Saturday to Miss I I
The Spiritual: Life program ;: K itherine Thompson. They are
: "Jcson nnd ,tfis Arapnauts"TECHNICOLOR ,I through! the mountains of North
'was given by Mrs. Nolan in the t Carolina and Tennessee. guests at Seaside Motel |
: ,; absence of Mrs. T. W. Brown.
o I The title was, "Hand and the Mrs. Clarice Hernandez, former ;Joe Roop of Qwensboro KS.,

:One Showing Friday 9:15 Saturday 4:15 and 9:13 I Masters Touch. resident and school teacher who has been attending Indiana I

The Missionary Education pro- here now residing in Deerfield : University this summer, joined J i
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liThe Hellions"TECHNICOLOR gram, given by Mrs. R. B. Lock- Beach where she teaches also,I Mrs. Roop and their children !' .

: I wood was entitled "Methodist left recently after spending several -! Amy Julie and Beth, here last l'
Women of Panama." days with her son and his : Friday. They have been the
: Sunday and I guests of her mother Mrs. Ann
Monday It was announced that the wife, Mr. and Mrs Tommy Her-
I
2:30:\ and : Brackett for the summer. The ,
:Sunday 7JO Monday 7:30 j WSCS meeting will be held in nandez.Mr. I
family left Tuesday to return tc
: "I Could, Keep On Singing" Parish Hall on Monday, August and :Mrs. Noble Hardee of Owensboro.Dr. _Ji Ci tI I
28 at 10:00 The Ella Har
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Brownsville Texas are spendingtwo F { 5 I
: Judy Garland IN. TECHNICOLRo I dee Circle will:!! be hostess to the I weeks with his mother Mrs. and Mrs. B, F. Dickens r ;r } !'b 1

Coke party preceding the meet I John Hardee. and children, Mary Ann and Benjamin -t t ,1 1 1t

:: Sunday 4:21 and 9:24 Monday 9:24"The I It ing. The program subject wll: are spending! several days t .1 {
be, "What shall We Tell Our Miss Cathy Vann, daughter of with Mrs. Dickens' mother in

. .Robe"SPECTACULAR I Children About Money." In lIre and Mrs. Jack Vann, has returned Milledgeville, Ga. II r +

I DRAMA charge} is WSCS president, Mrs. home after spending
t i Richard Burton Jew Simmons Victor Mature( I II Paul C. Burns.After three weeks with her uncle and f Mr. and .Mrs. J. B. Thompson'I ,
have as their guests, to attendthe
Jacksonville, Mr. and
a short business session, aunt in
I TECHNICOLOR and her grandparents wedding of their daughter, J
the nfetingJS dosed with; the Mrs. Ray Allen
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fin Katherine Thompson, to I
circle's benediction. Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. ,
I Allen, of Thomas l1e, Ga. Homer Lee Knearl on Saturday
ti DRIYE-N i Mrs Thompson's brother-in-law

i Pythian t Sisters Friends of Robert Carson will and sister Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. ,

I : Induct Mrs. Wallace regret to hear of his confine Brown of Clermont, and her su.

Saturday, August 17 7:45 p.m. ment at Humphreys Memorial ter, Miss. Ann Humphreys of

I : "Th$ Troop Family" Monday Evening Hospital improving.Mr. .Mr.. Carson is reported Atlanta. DANCE TO THE lilt MEGATONS '

t : rECJIN\COton.\ Mrs Louse: Wallace was ia- bliss Joy McKendree daughterof MELLOW MUSIC OFNORTHEAST .: ,
I itiated into the order of Pythians and Mrs. Hugh Hunt attended Mr. and Mrs. L A. McKee

9:15.p.m. ," I Sisters at the regular meetingof the funeral ,of her aunt, dree is attending Michael An DFR1DA .' FINEST, DANCE l ND ;

"Teenage Millionaire" Fernandina Temple 7 Monday Mrs, R. L Wells, on Tuesday in gelo's Hair Styling Academy in


t Chubby 'Checker I evening.Refreshments were served dur- Fort Mr.Valley and ,Mrs.Ga. Robert Mitchellof Jacksonville.Mr. and Mrs, Bobby Jones of Y AND SA TURDA Y NIGHT :

I Sunday, August 18 7:45 p.m. ing the social hour which fol '
Waro, Texas are visiting this Charlotte, N. C. visited last ,
.1 !"Jason and the Argonauts" lowed. week with their parents, other week with his J grandmother, Mrs. .

I 9:30 relatives and friends, L. A. Jones. 9:00 P.M. TIL :
p.m. : "What this country needs is .*
I. "Cape F ar"r :another holiday a day set I Mr. and Mrs. J. L Mock bad Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hardee ;
I, I aside to celebrate having survived as their guest for several days and sons, Mike and Don of Beautifully Redecorated In A Hawaiian Decor

Grt.g01 <CQWJ1 the Qt en." Flekher their mee-e, Miss Ja&. Lee of| Southport, N. C, -ripest last 91 A. /

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PersonalsMr. i, '- ., I
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I TheGarden I News From ; with each ballot for use in'mail r

and Mr Ray Mullis off \ ing it to the office. .. "
> Augusta, Ga. are spending this !g ;f, The nominees announcedare todaj
rl week with her mother, Mrs. Basket :a. The Rec Center > Dewitt Conner* Hi1li .r4. ';'. :
" George HilL i ;' James (Jack) L. Cravey Calla.

l ?. ban Jewell Crews, Billiard :
f | Miss Sharon Hall, daughter of I k BY JANE SCOF1ELD BY SANDY DeSA. DRO Julius Davis, Hilliard -t

\ Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Hall, returned J. ,Elliott: Callahan W. '
'Sunday after spending a I THURSDAY. AUGUST 15th. I Griffin, Hilliard J. .J. Guynn
week with Miss Loree Myers ;n : This is the time of year to put I flowers in childhood days, only I Conner Hilliard L. Farris *
Junior Olympics in the Poolat AmouncsNomhiatioiis Hiesinj'
in word for of the ladies ladies .
\Va cross, Ga. a good some our were dancing C I at. il
; .4 botham Dinsmore Ward' '
P.M.
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1:00 Sandy DeSandro Jmwsj
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'" very ordinary garden flowers with frilly skirts almost up to ,
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Inst 'I Yulee F. M. Sikes, Billiard -+
and Mrs. Robert Wood of
i Mr. I which manage to reach their their small greenish white heads.
Men and Boys' Health Cub in i For H. L. Vanzant, Hilliard. !
/ { Perry are visiting this week peak during late summer. By pinching off the tube ends I, .
f. with her aunt, Mrs. George II.1Lf I We have just read a newspaper -.off a number of blossoms and the Health Club Room, day and I In making the announcement*
/ I clipping about the Four slipping; them over the head of evening. I ASC Committee ell Conner stressed that every elf
Joe M. has returnedto '
Chaplin
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the
O'clock which, a friend' noticed our lady we made what in FRIDAY, AUGUST 16th.
to Charlotte, N. C. after spending -
currently active farmers andy
while vacation and saved for of child truly

on a was a gorgeous
eyes
J time with his sister The slate of nominees for this !iyear's
some us. It seems this old favorite U dancer. Adult Ceramics in Ceramics ranchers who are, best qualifwc
Mrs. Ruth Brown. ASC committee election !
I staging, al, comeback in popularity Four 0'clocks just about grow Room at 9:30: a.m. for ASC county committee wort
was I
1 I and is and Men and Boys' Health Club in announced today by Dewitt and who are representative e l
Miss Bunny Puletti is visiting more more seen in by themselves, and they are I ,
Conner chairman of the, .
1 : in Tallahassee! with her cousin, gardens, even sophisticated ones. perennials that we can grow here the Health Club Room, day and Stabilization and Agricultural the various types of agriculture
Miss Ann Harrison: daughter of I' With emphasis on outdoor ar.d in North Florida. They are kill c } v.. evening. Committee.Conservation in the county. ,
x 4 ww County
Dr. and Mrs. I. B. Harrison. patio living, people are finding ed to the ground by frost but Eleven local farmers and, ranchers The committeemen elected wil! -
what afternoon SATURDAY, AUGUST 17th. take office October 1 and 'nilserve
out anew a delightful come up again the next spring, have ,
Mrs. D. S. Satterwhite of Bessemer and evening plant this and in addition they reseed them I Cotillion Club Dance in the their names been will nominated and the !I' for a one year period' ending

s and Birmingham, Ala can be from August into Oc selves quite successfully. Moreover MAKING AN OCEAN VOYAGE TO NASSAU recently) I Auditorium at, 9:00: P.M. I ballots which will'appear be mailed on to I II September 30, 1964. The

bama, is here for an extended tober. Not, only are the flesh they like full sun and well were Mr. and Mrs M. D, Dixohfrtd their son, Dow.. The Men and Boys' Health Club in all eligible farmers and 'ranchers l will be responsible for the administration

visit, with her daughter, Mrs. J. green two to three foot plants drained soil just about the cruise was taken on the S. S. Bahama Star, which docked the Health' Club Room, day and 'I I i in the county by August 20. i of the various Fed4eral
covered with profusion of coljorful to themin farm dealing ivith
a easiest thing for us give programs
N I J. Klarer. Mrs Satterwhite arrived tube, like flowers eye-catch our locality.Are at Bay Street in quaint Nassau, making it easy to visit evening. ASC voters will have ,until farm commodity price support
with her the native straw market, swim Nassau's famed beaches August 30 to return their mark! ,
i last Thursday ing and interesting, but they remembering that I SUNDAY, AUGUST 18th. > production adjustment and -conservation
I I grapcfson, Kenneth Posey, and give forth a delicate and delightful there is you to be a flower show in and enjoy Bahamian night life. Church ed ballots to the ASCS county assistance. -
Lutheran
in
office. A .
f wif,, and son Neal, who visited i fragrance into the evening Fernandina Beach- on -November- .. I Conference Room at Meeting 11:00 .m.1 envelope self addressed will be provided postagefree I, Conner urged all farmers and

I several days. Mrs. Satterwhite air. Those varieties with white, 23rd? Those that are planningto 1 Perry A. NelsonOn ,male 'would'' .soon'pay for: their I ranchers ,iq the. county to exec
celebrated her 95th birthday in I cream; or yellow flowers are I exhibit house plants should vacation trip to Fl rida' next; MONDAY, ,AUGUST 19th. ) case their privilege by electing '
Aprili I charming subjects for a night ,I have them in their possession!: I USS Shelton In winter when their water orchid : Men and: Boys'-Health'-Club! in the men who :will represent' the '
'Junior in the'Pooi "
Olympics
garden. Varieties also come in least three months, which business would be curtailed._ the ASC 'committee
for at Operation Flagpole :the Health Club Room and on county, ;
day
friends of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin various shades of rose, and even I makes August 23rd. the deadlinefor ". We might even go" 'so 'far as 1:00-2:1)0) PM._ ', < "' :-: :.. for the coming year. Compete
i Jenkins will regret to hear in stripes and blends. obtaining them. USS Shelton (FIITNC) to offer a' 'prize- or' several of Island Squares' Club in the evening; j details on the" election procedures
their son, John, fell from hn We can even do a little "name I Perry A. Nelson, shipfitter third them in the form of an ,:all 'expense -, Game Room "at 7:30:: p.m. : WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21st.| can' be obtained at the ,Age

bicycle: last Friday and suffereda dropping" for this plant which ANCIENT LANDMARKSGrey class, USX, son of Mr. and Mrs. winter vacation in Florida Jaycees meet in: ,Conference 'county office.
Broken collar bone. John is i has seemed to have gone unap- L., II. Nelson of Hilliard, is serving to the person iri each ,state' who Room at 7:00, p.m. Junior Olympics* in' the Pool. .1
confined at home and will be preciated for a number of years, puffs of smoke aboard the destroyer USS sold the most Florida 'orchids- in Adults and Teens Ceramics 1:00 ,- 2:00 P.M:, Sandy DeSan-

happy to hear from friends. I for it can boast the exotic Bougainvilleas Rising lazily from a distant SHELTON, a Seventh Fleet unit, a given territory: That way, we J I,Class in the Ceramics Roqm at dro. Inst. '
relatives. would be Adult Ceramics Class in the I
f as near hilltop, getting' revenue, from '
Miss Gail Vann had as her Moreover, the Four O'clock has : The pounding of a tribal drum, which recently participated of in a the sale of 'the' plants and' increasing 7:00: ,p.m. Martha Jean Puletti, Conference Room 7:00 r 10:00
U. Korea
joint S.-Republic Instr
guest for several wee kS'1ter cousin I I I '
of grandeur. It winter ,tourist !
had its own day A breathless messenger our busi P.M.Men '
Miss Bunny Vann of Tho- Central amphibious exercise dubbed "Op Cotillion Club Board Meetingin and Health Club in I
Boys'
is a native of Mexico, Bearing symbols of a primitivecode ness at the same time.
masville! Ga., and for a week America, and the West Indies, I eration Flagpole" and conductednear All the time the 'pesky plants- the Office 8:00: P.M. I I,the Health Club Room .day and
Mist Charlene Kornigay of Jes. Seoul, Korea. Men and Boys' Health Club in ,
and was taken to England as In his hands; would be doing a wonderful, sell- evening, II
uP.:Gail left recently to spend :a early as 15%, where it createdso 1 Thus was news transmittedIn The training exercise! involved ing'' job for the state.. People sell the Health Club Room, day and I
week with Charlcne in,.. egup. much interest that it was I ancient days. G7 ships plus numerous Marine: ing1' them would have to think evening. THURSDAY- AUGUST. 22nd.. "

Michael Thweatt 41 ifAugusta, given the name, Marvel of Peru. I The message thus conveyed air and ground units of both na about and talk about Florida and TUESDAY, AUGUST 20th. Junior Olympics: in the Pool

Ga., visited last week with his: Linnaeus gave it the scientific I Was true and meaningful. tions. t that. wouldn't do a bit' of harm. I 1:00: 2:00: P.M., Sandy D San- V KEEP o& sPARKED
grandmother, Mrs D. A. Partin. Name, Mirabilis jalapa, mirabil- It bore the seal and sacred honor 'It ended June 28 as U. S. and I Crazy ideayou say? Maybe Junior 'Olympics in the Pool dro, Inst.Senior'.
o I i U meaning wonderful or strange.I Of, the tribe. Korean Marines secured their''! so, but it is something to think 1:00-2:00: : p.m., Sandy DeSandro, : Citizens' Club in the FROM BETWEEN
Mr. and Mrs. W, T: Mere The "jalapa" part of the name There was no hidden meaning last objectives after four days I about. Insi I 'Conference Room at 7:00 PM. I CARS.

jew)Vi and two of their children: has, no meaning! for the Four I Or veiled intent,. shore combat amid driving rain.I- -== ,

Mary Lucy and Tommy, spen! I O'clock, however, as it was given For men were bold "Flagpole" is similar to other] /
several days at Silver. Springslast t pit in error due to confusing it I And not afraid operations periodically conducted ,.. .,
) week. ', i with another plant which grew I To cast the die of chance by Seventh Fleet units with I M M
I near the Mexican town of Xala- Even though the stake be life or armed forces of Far Eastern i I i I I f ; I rr

pa which produced a resin used death. countries to improve proficiency: I

Stor/cdab/ in cathartic .in amphibious maneuvers. It is .. ,,
The Four O'clock is listed Today we speak to other continents aimed also at maintaining close I u

I among the Colonial plants of working relationships between t, s D A Y /
1Mr. and Mrs. Kenny E. Braddock ," | Willhmisburg: ; sometimes called As neighbors door to door, allIed nations.It I Rp'! 1S
formerly of/ FernandinEBeath i : Afternoon Ladies. Thomas Jefferson As casually as a gesture consisted of a mock invasion T 1+
now residing in St. Marya, made- notation on July 'To a passing friend. I force gaining limited' controlof : Y /

Ga, announce die birth of a son, 18? 1767, "Mirabilis just opened, Other planets send us echoes, parts of the Republic of Korea "' )111 ,,
Michael Scott at Oilman Hos,, very clever." Strange and weird. and requiring action by American I .
pita! in St. Marys, July 31. Th' I There is a rather folksy name This marvellous powerTo and Korean forces to destroythe Qt .... 1re
'little lad weighed: 8 ILs. 3. 02Mrs1. given ,this_ plant which waits until converse with all the world enemy and restore govern- rePr 1, IiMI!
Braddock is thefo/mer Mis;;t l mid;afternoon to open its Should be a means to peace on mental control.

HcU Pitts of this ciy.! bright fragrant blossoms anJ earth, The SHELTON[ normally operates r't. +,
closes them tight before the fol. Yet, tensions still exist, out of Youosuka, Japan. .
.
eeing all these lDC2tcars or I lowing. morn'ng' "Pretty by'Nights' And war-clouds ever grow; .
the roadmakes ')' >u-K'ltlitethai, !. ...... ... ,'-- For men are not all cast Late t .
Too
you certainly have to give th! I The name of Afternoon Ladies I In the same mold. ,.'
American people a lot of credit., is new to us but one, that has Their words have not the same To ,
Dick Tam c, Battle Laki I special appeal, for that is exact meaning ClassifyBY .
(MjnJ.) Review. ly 1 what we made from these \And selfish rivalry breeds dis: ,
trust. RUSSELL KAY ,
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Men of devious mind, i ,
While Florida is spending
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I 14 : | Through avarice or fear, thousands of dollars in an effort I I ,
.. !, ;, Pervert the words of others to control water hyacinth, :. I

i It I I'II To serve an alien purpose. ,it seems that enterprising flor- I I S _" j .i
'II They have not the courage ists in the north are getting rich t 5 1 h ,
'" To speak out in dissent
I, selling them at 25e a bulb. I
Against the general hue and efY.I .
florist when
: : \ IwI r---i 1 (_'.., :I 1 We seek securityBy .. visiting Passing in a Cleveland I shop was surprised I _. ..

: running with the pack. to see a large bowl of
The pack water hyacinth displayed in the ;
I Was born of necessityIn
window with a sgn: that read 1 .
the fight for survival i i
"Genuine Florida Water Orchids, S ',
W 'r. toM
r : unloading ovtrttodc: :
In the jungle.It "
25c bulb. '
a 'I j
from our tire warehouse .. .
has no law or rule of conduct *
To a Floridian who has seen'; t "
Tt Save it's own need.It lakes and streams of the state .: 'Chat\\ ion We've'got hmdrecb of ..rrific tire vakru, \

,- is far more ruthless clogged with the fool plants, ]i Deluxe ,at rtducdd prices ,_,_
ne
i h I' Than are the individuals with acres of them clogging !! fltesto iRE JS No ore else Don't,mitt out'on this tremcndouropfMrtunhy

That compose it. channels and hindering naviga-ti : E-, d Iowaecon to BUY,NOW and SAVE
I I tion, it was ridiculous to think i -
Thus great: corporations deals
ow
Sometimes ignore the impactOf that anyone would fork over even.; '\ ,1\ite.a\lS j. ', '' 'r. .
a quarter for a bulb. ABut 1 Ct
their operations '
,1.\ \: L'= 4 : ', yry, .w: :: > 'Upon' the: local scene. : folks were buying them', Any Sit Coal, and RAYOMSNYLONS :
's .I i I iJ," JU hi 'tI' \' ', f 1 Great fwjallons lot'.l:lab dr'I and happily taking them home !I '.' 49 ..GET'EMIApoliedT4ares : I
I Seem indifferent to th$ general to place in their fish pond ory; I : 1, *
gooLAdvertising display in a bowl on the living] Sound Weerpatt, '
is gone mad, table. Fortunately the plant i i3. I I nodieS Or A Pl a sdlaut t :
to cold and dies when
susceptible i Tag
Using Pavlov's paganconcepts .
'
: effort o'erwhehn winter sets in so there is no' On,1o1f'S"I St tOChS!
If Your Credit's Good iln it's to Ig i
I'( The public, nvnd.I : chance of their! becoming pests 0P n 'Ilres' \
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as they do in Florida. \ .
: I The great need is for leaders Every year we spend thous I' .,

I SEE RAY'S AMERICAN\ SERVICE I Who will not make their own ands of dollars for chemicalsand ': r r N I ..
peace equipment including machines
With those whose interests that crush and grind the ; .r
WEEK
NEXT Run counter to the common pest and we are only scratching;' SAVE r
weal. the surface. C 11 1
320 South 8th Street Who will stand up for a principle Maybe our approach tothe + SIM &cMtitae4 :

problem is all wrong. Our Hyacinth I e .. / iill..ice4 4 rU '
.., And not betray the people Control organization might t for't fast seHtt1 t /
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I In exchange for their- ew&.security find it worth while to work out I ,
r er
DOtfJ'MISS OUT +
a plan of supplying plants to .
tD-i Are we all afraid? florists throughout the nation. 1 I .
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: Gay Paints Have the great accumulations cl At' least we would be getting '
wealth some revenue from them. ;

: "BEST FOR TOE 'SOUTH"At I And power If we ran make money grow 6:70 1 j j"Cl.lbe.1Y
.. Made cowards of us all? ing and shipping gladiolus and Bt Yoi Don't KciiCu ,

Prices To Suit Your ferns to northern markets that ,..., etr ,* ., .. I
Budget Let us return and 1 I .r. ,
cost a lot to grow, we certainly i .Pius tar t.ti NO MONEY BOWKPrked '
To the ancient landmarkaOf ought to find it profitable to T.re off yo'' .
: truth and fair dealing.Let and bulbs the yen tide a a ptear.M*s Ni
s LATEX- or ENAMELSEMIGLOSS gather ship hyacinth pA
;
us take controlOf TUBElES
by the carload.If : { erg. Jiett e.lf '

;L4 FLATWAIL That the science forces has loosed amongus. Commission the Florida is looking Development for a new t / TUBE-TYP.E. Ohuu au f To :

I *if s41v Sea
Mitt .
industry they ought to check on irk tiff.
: Let ui halt the nud.dance the possibilities that awa-t: us in of ./ ,, ..
'r $3.15. GflLONEKOTE $3.95 GdGRANOLITE 1
Toward an irresponsible dictator the hyacinth market If people in ,
I ... ship. cities like Chicago, Clevelandand .
Let us take a firm hand others are ready and Willing k .

In the management to pay 25c just to place a- single Sure we' havsAETAEADS .
Of our own affairs. in their home fish 1
plant or pond ; .
White Enamel J I For IJlodc :Masonry\ Let us not sit, supinely waiting why not encourage them? I and at apeCif p tc essi .
: Asbestos Shingles For whatever may happen, We could issue an attractive .

i $5.50 Ga!. $3.95 Gal. But,meet march the boldly future forwardTo booklet Fortune entitled Selling"How Florida to Water Makea os shown ot Futon Storeit comp & pried et Fame EW n end at off WTY'W vtefor* tfeptoylog ti fir eeestoee sign. ,,..

Whatever it may be. Orchids" and offer to send it

Pastels Decorator Colors Herbert Luke free to anyone interested.i i +
i First thing you know some : /

: A FULL LINE OF DOZIER &. GAY PAINTS AT I enterprising i concern would establish Ttresion'1 1

i People Do Read Even a hyacinth shipping plantor
several of them and ship them'
; Shidl's Swap Shop The Smallest Ads by the carload. We could circul- :

In The News-Leader. arise every florist in the. eoun-
i.. 16 North 4th Street Next To Western Union, try and even encourage folks "
You Are t to sell them door-to-door and 118 -Atlantic rete, FhMC.261-4481, :
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Mr. and Mrs. Hay Mullis ; ing; it to the office.' _, .

i Augusta, Ga. are spending this I The nominees announced, tada

fl' week' with her mother, Mrs. JR / Basket xi TheRe Center are* Dewitt Conner, Him .r4._ :
; George HilL I ( James (Jack) L. Cravey Can:

r ban Jewell Crews, HilliArd t
f i f, Miss Sharon Hall, daughter of I BY JANE SCOFIELD BY SANDY DeSANDRO Julius Davis, Hilliard Rober :

\, Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Hall, returned I I J. Elliott, Callahan W. D
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'Sunday after spending .11 l THURSDAY., AUGUST 15th. I
Griffin, Hilliard J. .J.
week'with Miss Loree Myers :In : Thin is the time of year to put flowers in childhood days only I I GnynnHiliiard
I IVa I I Junior Olympics in the ,Pool Conner Announces L. Farris Hfcgin '
cross, Ga. I, in a good word for some of the our ladies were dancing ladieswith I i :
botham Dinsmore Ward'JM(1.
l very ordinary garden flowers I frilly skirts almost up to t at 1:00 P.M., Sandy DeSandro, -
Mr, and Mrs. Robert Wood of I which manage to reach their I their small 1 greenish white: heads. I *AL ; Inst I II Yulee F. it\!. Sike, Billiard -e
MHttfioHs
//I Ii t Perry are visiting this week peak during late summer. By pinching off the tube ends Men and Boys' Health Chb in i, For H. L. Vanzant, Hiliiard. i

, with ,her aunt, Mrs. George II1L We have just read a newspa-I off a number of blossoms and I the Health Club Room, day and ; In making the announcement?

i 1 per clipping about the Four slipping them over the head of evening.FRIDAY. I ASC CommitfeenisR Cornier stressed that every' elf
t <' Joe M. Chaplin has returned I
fort has been made to include
O'clock which, a friend noticed I our lady we made what in the AUGUST 15th. I { (i
to Charlotte, N. C. after spending
'r currently active farmers andy
while vacation and saved for I of child truly
on eyes a was a gor-
/' time with his sister The slate of nominees for
,
some thisyears
us It seems this old favorite i is geous dancer. \ Adult Ceramics in Ceramics [ ranchers who are. best qualifm
I, Mrs. Ruth Brown. come-back in I Room at 9:30 ASC committee : electionwas for ASC county committee wort '
I staging: al, popularity Four O'dotksjU5t about grow a.m. I I
f Miss Bunny Puletti is visiting and is more and more seen in I by themselves, and they are Men and Boys' Health Club in Conner announced today .by Dewitt I and who are repm(>nbti\'e' cl
chairman of the
.f | In Tallahassee with her cousin, gardens, even sophisticated ones. perennials that we can grow here the Health Club Room, day and Stabilization and Agricultural ,the various types of agriculture .

| Miss" Ann Harrson: daughter of With emphasis on outdoor and in North Florida. They are kill- I evening. servation Con- in the county. ,
r County Committee.
Dr. and Mrs. I. B. Harrison. patio living, people are findingout ed to the ground by frost but I Eleven local farmers The committeemen elected ,wil ..
what delightful af- SATURDAY AUGUST 17th. and ranchers take office October 1 and adz
anew a come up again the nest spring I have ,
Mrs. D. S. Satterwhite of Best ternoon and evening plant this and in addition they reseed them-t Cotillion Club Dance in the their been will nominated and 'serve for ae one year period' end>
names the
semer and Birmingham, Ala be from August into Oc- selves successfully. ( appear on ing September 30, 1964. .,They .
can quite tIr&-j MAKING AN OCEAN VOYAGE TO NASSAU recently) Auditorium at. 9:00: P.M. ballots which will be mailed to I
bama, is here for an extended I tober. ..Not only are the fresh over, they like full sun and I' were )Ir. and Mrs M. D. Dixonpand their' son, Dow The Men and Boys' Health Club in all eligible farmers' and ranchers : will be responsible for the ado

visit?with her daughter, Mrs. J. I green two'to three foot plants I drained soil just about the cruise was taken on the S. S. Bahama Star, which docked' the Health' 'Club Room, 'day and I I i in the county by August 20. I ministraton! of the various Fed-i
covered with a profusion of colorful easiest thing for us to give them eral farm programs dealing ivith;
:1, J. Klarer. Mrs Satterwhite arrived tube like flowers eye-catch- I in our locality.Are at Bay Street in quaint Nassau, making it easy to visit evening. ASC voters will have ,until farm commodity price support

:i last Thursday with her ing and interesting, but they remembering that the native straw market, swim at Nassau's famed beachesand SUNDAY, AUGUST 18th. I August 30 to- return their marked ,'production adjustment and -coni ,

i I gra dOn, Kenneth Posey, and I give forth a delicate and delightful -1 there is you to be a flower show in enjoy Bahamian night life. Lutheran Church in ballots .to the ASCS county serration assistance. '
A .
Meeting office self addressed, postage
wife, and son Neal, who visited I fragrance into the eveningair. Fernandina Beach on November23rd the Conference Room at-l1:00 ..in.1 free will be Conner urged all farmers and
provided
t several days. Mrs. Satterwhite I Those varieties with white( I ? Those that are planningto Perry A. NelsonOn make 'would .Soon'pay' ,for: their : envelope. ranchers in the county to expr

celebrated her 95th birthday in cream; or yellow flowers are exhibit house plants should ;vacation trip to Florida next MONDAY, ,AUGUST .'19th vise ,their privilege by' electing .'
I. charming subjects for a night USS Shelton In winter when their ,
.water orchid thetij
Aprili have them in their possessionfor I Men and Boys'-Health; Club in the men who will represent'
garden. Varieties also come in which I business would be curtailed.. Junior .Olympics in the Pool. .
at least three months, on the ASC county :
the Room
Club
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Mar. various shades of rose, and even makes August 23rd. the deadline Operation FlagpoleUSS We might even go 'so 'far as' J:o '2bo PM.. ; Health :-, !, ,." day and for the coming year. Comuitta '
,
evening.WEDNESDAY.
'
Jenkins will regret to hear iin stripes and blends. to offer a' prize- several of Island Squares Club in the '
vin i for obtaining them. Shelton (FHTNC) or' details on the:, election ,procedi re?
their John fell from hU We can even do a little "name in the form of, ,all / Game Room nt 7:30: p.m. : .
son Perry A. Nelson, shipfitter third them an expense ,: AUGUST 21st.| can' be obtained :at the ASCS]
bicycle! last Friday and suffered ;; dropping" for this plant which ANCIENT LANDMARKSGrey class, USX, son of Mr. and Mrs. winter vacation ,in Floridato Jaycees meet in: Conference ,county, office.FROM.
a Broken collar bone. John is i has seemed to have gone unappreciated L, H. Nelson of Hilliard, is serv. the person in" each state who Room at 7.00. pm. Junior Olympics in the Pool J '
confined at home and will be I i' for a number of years, puffs of smoke ing aboard the destroyer USS sold the most Florida orchids in "I' Adults and Teens Ceramics 1:00 2:00 P.M Sandy DeSan- ,
happy to hear from friends.i i for it can boast the exotic Bougainvilleas Rising lazily from a distant a given territory ,That way we dro. Inst. '
J SHELTON, a Seventh Fleet unit, Class ,in the Ceramics Room at I
i relatives. would be Adult Ceramics Class! in 'the
+ as near hilltop, getting' revenue. from
Miss Gail Vann had as' her I Moreover, the Four O'clock has The pounding of a, tribal drum, :i which joint U.recently Republic participated of Korea in: a the sale of,'the plants and' increasing 7:00 Instr: p.m., Martha Jean Puletti, Conference' Room. 7:00' 10:00: l'l'I

guest for several weekTher t'Ou.1: had its own day of grandeur. It A breathless messenger our winter tourist busi- ; I I P.M.Men '
sin Miss Bunny Yann jof Tho..j Central I amphibious exercise dubbed "Op- Cotillion Club Board Meeting and Boys' Health Club in
is a native of Mexico, Bearing symbols of a primitivecode ness at the same time. I
masvile! Ga., and for a week I America and the West Indies, eration Flagpole" and conducted All the time ,the 'pesky plants in the Office 8:00: '.M. i I the Health Club Room, day and '
Miss Charlene Kornigay of Jes- I near Seoul, Korea. Men and Boys' Health Club in .
and was taken to England as In his hands would be doing a wonderful sell evening.. .
; : "':,.' "
,
up.:Gail left recently to spend :a early as 15%, where it createdso 'i Thus was news transmitted: The training exercise! involved ing job for the state.. People, selling the Health Club Room, day and I \
week with Charlene in ,. ,gUp. much interest that it was |Iln ancient days. 67 ships plus numerous Marineair them would have to think evening. THURSDAY Y, AUGUST 22nd. .:

Michael Thweatt, $f sJAugusta, j i given, the name, Marvel of Peru. :, The message thus conveyed and ground units of both na about and talk about Florida, and TUESDAY, AUGUST 20th.} Junior 'Olympics In the Pool

Ga.: visited last week with hu I I Linnaeus gave it the scientific I Was true and meaningful.It tions. 1 that wouldn't do a bit' of harm. 1:00 2:00: P.M., Sandy DeSan-; EEP o" .
grandmother, Mrs. D. A. Partin. I Name, Mirabilis jalapa, mirabil- bore the seal and sacred honor It ended June 28 as U. S. and Crazy idea,. you say? Maybeso Junior :Olympics in the Pool dro, Inst.Senior'. 'If'IfI
,- / : is meaning wonderful or strange. I Of the tribe. Korean Marines secured their, but it is, something to think 1:00-2.00: p.m., Sandy DeSandro, : Citizens Club in the I BETWEENPARKED :
Mr. and Mrs. W. T.: Merze- The "jalapa" part of the name There was no hidden meaning: last objectives after four days, about. Inst. 'Conference Room at 7:00 P? [. I CARS !

jew U and two of their children, has no meaning! for the Four I Or veiled intent. shore combat amid driving rain. ; -- .; ... - -_, .

Mary Lucy and Tommy, spent O'clock, however, as it was given For men were bold ""Flagpole" is similar to other I .

several days: at .silver. Springs I it in error due' to confusing it And not afraidTo operations periodically conducted ,.. ..
,
las(; week. with another plant, which grew cast the die of chance by Seventh Fleet units with Y Y I
1 .' near the Mexiean town of Xala- Even though the stake be life or armed forces of Far Eastern i / i 1 1 : 't .

pa which produced a resin uses death. countries to improve proficiency! I 4 1T ,

Sforlcddb in cathartic I in amphibious maneuvers. It is .

The Four O'clock is listed Today we speak to other contin- aimed also at maintaining close I .. ,., ..

among the Colonial plants of ents working relationships between 3 SaAYA Y c
1Mr.. and Mrs. Kenny E. Brad: I WilHamsburg; sometimes called As neighbors, door to door, ailed nations. I i FR!DAT .
.
dock, formerly of/ Fernandina Afternoon Ladies. Thomas Jefferson As casually as a gesture' It consisted of a mock invasion .
BeJth, now residing in St. Maryj, I made- notation on July I To a passing friend. force gaining limited' controlof .Q Y .

Ga., announce tile birth of a 'son, 18,, 1767 "Mirabilis just opened Other planets send us echoes, parts of the Republic of Korea ..
Miohael Scott at Oilman Hospital very clever." Strange and weird. and requiring action by American .

in St. Marys, July 31. The There is: a rather folksy name This marvellous powerTo and, Korean forces to destroythe j7Caret 'U' .
,)little lad weighed! 8 Ibs. 3. oz. given this, plant: which waits until converse with all the world enemy and restore govern- y 1

Mr|. Braddock is the', fPner? Miss mid-afteinoon, to open its I Should be a means to peace on mental control. r t ..

Helen Pitts of this ci y. bright fragrant blossoms and earth, The SHELTON normally operates eCa .
I closes them tight i before the following I Yet tensions still exist, out of Youosuka. Japan. .

..ceing all. these l% ,hrs on morning, "Pretty byIiighte" And war-clouds ever grow; ..

the road -makes yoa-rt'aliiwthat( i -- '.. -..- ,. For men are not all cast Too Late .
you certainly have to give the I The name of Afternoon Ladies In the same mold. .' ..
American people a lot of credit." is new to us but one that has'I Their words have not the same To .

i Dick Tamke, Battle Lake : special appeal, for that is exact* meaningAnd ClassifyBY ,. .
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(MjnJ) Review. I/ what we made f rum these, selfish rivalry breeds dis .
trust. RUSSELL KAY .
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-.---- -- -
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I Men of devious mind, ,
While Florida is
.. spending! .
: Through avarice or fear, ,
14 thousands of dollars in an effort \, < .
Pervert the words of others ,
i i to control water hyacinth, ,
I ... 7 To serve an alien purpose. it seems that enterprising flor-; ,
I They have not the courage ists in the north are getting rich 1 t d; "" .
"" To speak out in dissent
them at 25c bulb.
.. t selling a I
Against the general hue and cry, Passing a florist' shop when 1 1 1r

.. ... :, I: (.),\ 1 We seek security visiting in Cleveland I was surprised i I

... c '. < By running with the pack. to see a large bowl of : e

.' The pack water hyacinth displayed in the ;
.. I' Was born of necessityIn
window with a sign: !; that read
I'r the fight for survival I
"Genuine Florida Water Orchids, ,Wa'r. the.ov..tock.
unfoadtag
: In the jungle.It \1
25c a bulb. \ i
'
has law or rule of conduct from our tire> warehouse... /I
no
I To a Floridian who has seen': .
Save it's own need. lakes and streams of the state ; Cbation ', W.'ve'got hundrede of terrific tire values \

I It is far more ruthless clogged with the fool plants, ;! DtlU e at, rtduead price*

c ',."i.. Than are the individualsThat with, acres of them clogging I FitestoREADS No one else! Don't mlu out'on this tremendouropportunhy

I' compose it. channels and hindering navigation ,i i E l' in town cm to BUY,NOW and SAVE .
it was ridiculous to think duplicate
Thus great corporations tut deals ,,
Sometimes ignore the impactOf that anyone would fork over even, quarter for a bulb. ABut "
,
.. ,\ i, ;; ,,, their' operationsUpon folks were buying them| Size Caat end ,
)" t. the' l local RAYONSmm
I scene. : ) ::1 Any :
: : 1; titiit.; : ; !' and happily taking them home GET'EUl ,
: ,l' j ,j : i t t Gmt 'afKtattoTw: tot'labar I ": led On ji49 I .
i I .t Seem indifferent to the general to place in their fish pond ori I Appnd *.
TireS
goodAdvertising display ina bowl on the livin;: Wi expect
.
I is gone mad, table. Fortunately the plant is I :: Or Fins' a out :
to cold and dies when
susceptible
: Using Pavlov's pagan cdncept l t
o'erwhelm winter sets in so there is noi .Year Big Stocks! :
it's effort
'If Four Credit's Good tin to :
I The public mind. chance of their becoming pestsas o cnTit. .
I they do in Florida. ". !. .

: I The great need i is for leaders Every year we spend thous 'I' I.
SEE RAY'S AMERICAN SERVICE Who will not make their own ands of dollars for chemical .
I f N .
peace and equipment including ma- l .
With those whose interests chines that crush and grind the ; .
: NEXT WEEK I
Run connter to the common pest and we are only scratchingthe :! SAVE ,
weal.Who : surface. I c .
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I 320 South 8th Street will stand up for a principle Maybe our approach ta the I Sent fae+tiBie4 .

problem is all wrong. Our Hyacinth !, f I f trui daiigiis Kisert .

.-- ----.- And not betray the people Control organization might i for'i'fist sek+it /t .
I In exchange for their- ew&- security -. find it worth while to work outa t ,
ooT'i"M1SS OUTNO 1A
plan of supplying plants to .
Ti Are we all afraid? florists throughout the nation. 1 .

: Dozier i & Gay Paints Have the great: accumulations cf At least we would be getting 1 r'i\\P') \ 1 rR

wealth r some revenue from them. :
,
: "BEST FOR THE SOUTIT And power If we can make money grow- : 5 '

., Made cowards of us all? ing and shipping gladiolus and 6.; eta\ cam' Yon boat H-etLCaak, '

At Prices To Suit Your Budgets Let us return cost ferns to lot northern to markets that t\1be.IYr a trad eta t _,* I ,,,,,. :
a grow, we certainly
>
I car' MONEY BOWK
\ -
I To the ancient" landmarks'Of J u'o
ought to find it profitable to Yciiir l :
: ; LATEX or ENAMEL truth and fair dealing.Let gather and ship hyacinth bulbs rdf.+t '" trio.Is JIlt aid then,' .

us take controlOf by the carload.If ; TUBELES sSL ruin ssyc arpIt ll- :
the forces to .

: : FLAT WALL SEMI-GLOSS That science. has loosed amongus. Commission the Florida is looking Development for a' new TUBETYREPickywrtirr. *::tur wens:pour' :

industry they ought to check on '
,4
: : Let ui halt the mad,dance the possibilities that awa-'t u* in : .. :

r $3.15 Gad $195: Gaf.GRANOLITE. Toward an irresponsible dictator the hyacinth market If people m P dy pn i / :

.M ship. cities like Chicago Clevelandand .. Lt' I 11 ,
Let us take a firm handIn others are ready and willing : \\ t I > '. .It

: the managementOf to 25c just to place single' .
GNEKOTEWhite pay v Sure we have RETREADS .
our own affairs plant in their home or fish pond': ,
Enamel J I For Block Masonry, Let us not sit, supinely waiting, why not encourage them? i and at special prices' .

: Asbestos Shingles' For whatever may happen, We could issue an attractive .

: $5.50 Gal. $:f.95 Gal.! But,meet march the boldly future forwardTo a booklet Fortune entitled Selling"How Florida to Water Make Priced as shown of Firtston Stores*csraftfttyefy prktd of Prater* Deefen end at 08 strviea *fcw* ftpieyfog tier firwton sign. ....

Whatever it may be. Orchids" and offer to send it

: White Pastels Decorator Colors Herbert Luke free to anyone interested.I I ;
: BEACH
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First thing you know some ,
: A FULL LINE OF DOZIER & GAY PAINTS AT enterprising concern would- establ'sh ; '
'f.resiop
a hyacinth shipping plant ; '
People Do Read Even
or several of them and ship them'
Shiell's The Smallest Ads SUPPLY :
: Swap Shop In by the carload. We could circularize j

The News-Leader. every florist in the. country I

I 16 North 4th Street Next To Western Union, and even entourage folks '
You
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Page Six" News-Leader, Fer ndina Beach, Florida Thursday, August 15, 1963,
ance, rent, interest on current Robert
..-_.-. _---., --. -- Rotations loans, commissions to tax assessor Sylvester ,
For The stUlContinued and tax collector and election At Cecil Field With

.. i [j w- ( From Page One) expenses; $32,000 in Capital Out Fighter Squadron
-
___ lay, including sites, new buildings
: Homemaker fI. He displayed a map of the Un- remodeling, original or ad- Cecil Field, Fla. (FHTNC) -
ryri ti ited States and Canada to illustrate ditional equipment; $49,107 in I
j Robert W. Sylvester, aviation
,. the application of area Debt Service, for payments and I
I structural mechanic second das:,,
BY IARY N. HARRISON
: tt I
i codes which the new arrangement interest on bonds and loans; $50-
USN, ,of Mrs. Susan Sylvester
son -
: Home Demonstration Agent i demands. Hugh F. Stone, 225 in Outgoing Transfers, for
w r I of 13th Street Terrace u; ,
!
Jr., presided. interest and sinking funds.
, Now It's flour that pours like serving with i Fighter Squadron-
salt! It looks like you can throwaway Newt Roberts reported on the I Reserves and Balances at closeof 1174 I at the Naval Air Station,
your flour sifter and stop Lions-Rotary golf tourney of a fiscal year totaled $102,635.In Cecil Field, Fla.

Worrying :bout messy kitchens ); ,- g week ago which resulted in a tie, commenting on the budget,I The squadron utilizing the
when you bake. We now have not and said a playoff was probabe: School Superintendent John Weis- Chance Yought "Crusader" air.

only non-sift flour, but will soon 1 i ,.. BANK ON THIS? j responsibilities for two active in October or November. ner said that the school situation craft trains Replacement Chance
Be able? to buy a revolutionary i ; Lttle! boys, a joy to shift burdens, A new Rotarian present was i! is much the same as last year.I Vought "Crusader" pilots for the
granular non-gift flour. It will S h 'uf I think the manager of this to go shopping without havingto I the Rev. John W. Dozier, pastorof He said that some teachers are fleet.

be on your grocer's shelf this retirement hotel is cheating me. drag a child along, to have the First Presbyterian Church,I still needed in certain schools in I Sylvester, a graduate of Fer-,
month. Every month I give him $50 help preparing meals, doing who came here last year from the county and that it is still dIfficult I nandina High School entered the
The new flour, called Wondra, cash to keep for me, so when I dishes.flavored. by enjoyable conversation Greenbank, W. Va. Rev. Dozierwas to attract sufficient cap- service in June 1956.
has an individual :feature thatmakes need some spending money, all even just to go to graduated from Union The- able teachers, even though the b
!it really special It is "in- I have to do is ask him. He dolesit sleep knowing that an "older"person ological Seminary in Richmond, salaries are up.
stantized out to me like 50 cents in the Va. in 1957. He also is a law Fishier.
that is, it dissolves filled with love and affection He clarified this statement in
hotel lobby, from his own pocket ( of Washington and Lee Business transacted includedthe
i: instantly in warm or cold was on guard for us. graduate pointing out that the raise of
,ii i t water without Jumping. This insures He doesn't keep a record at : J genuinely appreciate how and served as a naval aviator in $350 was statewide and that awarding of a contract to
Jj all. Should I report him to the I War II. Gulf Oil for
smooth and World Corp. furnishingfuel
gravies,
sauces Nassau
in the County still was
good it must have been very
JUDY GARLAND is pictured above in the movie "I the District ?
police or Attorney
oil and for the
i makes :batter preparation easier "old" days when several generations Guests of the club Wednesday near the bottom of the state's 67 gasoline
i and allows short-cut methods and Could K i p On Singing", to be shown at the Han Theatre, Florida RetireeIf shared a home,'each pitching included Dr. Howard Cheshire, counties in teacher's pay. coming year. The successful biJ

rttfpes.-You can substitute Won- Sunday and Monday you're shrewd enough to in with a helping hand and and City Treasurer Fritz Fro- He added that to be competitive I for fuel oil was 11.39 cents per

;1 4ra in any, recipe calling for all- -- figure he's cheating you, you're&hrewd smiling word. My sister is now!1 bert, of Thomasville; Bob Davis, in teachers the gallon and gasoline was bid mat -
purpose, flour without alteringthe as conventional flour often does.It chocolate melts and comes to the enough to do your own home with her husband after her of Jacksonville and Fleming W. attracting 20.04 cents per gallon. \
amount stated. The manufacturers has a more uniform weightand surface; when the cocoa butter figuring! Every time he slips stay here and she writes she's Conyers, of Jacksonville. increase of salaries of county Standard Oil Co. was success-

also claim that it gives the amount of flour hardens again, the chocolate lOU a coin, record it with the still marveling, like me, at the teachers should have been $38 ,- ful bidder for motor oil with a 1
measur-
more accurate results. turns white. Usually there is no date in a notebook. Add it up loveliness of the past few weeks. 000 instead of the $123,310. Nas- bid of 55 cents per gallon in 55
ed by a cup is constant, guaranteeing week and month for gal. drums and 76c in quart can.
The I loss of flavor every every Teacher
new product is easier to only the'appear. And it was such fun! We young Pay sau, he said, is still $250 behind
uniform baking results. couple of months. Start by Bids were received from Fore
t I ance of the chocolate is affected.If a
tise sinWTlt doesn't fly aroundas folks should be more receptiveto
Duval and Baker, adjoining counties -
Besides these improvements, the the chocolate is melted for getting his signature on are. most, Perett, Skinner and Velda
mucK"as conventional flour. the beauties our parents are Continued from Page One) in starting salary for teachers.
I new flour has the same nutritIOn.: ceipt for the $50. What are you, ( Dairies to furnish milk for lunchroom
will
I cooking it turn \
It's dust free and easily transferable purposes ready: to bring us, for happier .
.from bag to cannister to .I al values as regular enriched brown again. To prevent chocolate a 5-year-old kid or something I living. I hope you print this. Rounding out the budget is consumption. All bids were
flour and excellent everythingwrong Besides the public hearing oq 7.2 cents half pint and all
gives baking You're handling per
bowl. Woudra's particles are uniform -I from turning white, store ina Fond Daughter, Philadelphia $2,000 from Baker County as
results. You should take the budget, the School Board of were rejected.The .
andnjranular. That's what II reasonably cool place (under anyway. r their part of the salary of a 2-
to the nearest bankor Frank E. Walters, chairman, J. balance of the meetingwas
75 money
degrees your
) and balances
makes sifting It supervisor
county
unnecessary. I Federal savings and loan. .. I'm a licensed practical nurse, W. Higginbotham Walter Mur- consumed with routine business
looks like dry milk and Don't throw out chocolate just. that include a cash balance of
a pour* youngish, with very good clothes.I '
of them welcome small ray, Hubert Vanzant and Char including appointment of a
like salt. The size of conventional because it's turned white. USDA I For serving on hot' afternoons, Plenty like to dress and go out $136,802 and interest of $34,762.
up teachers for the
Worst of all is whatjouVe les Jones met in regular month. I number of com
l flour part des, on the other food specialists say this is simply -! make Purple Coolers by combining depositors done! to jourself. Y OU'Yc when I'm not working. I work Expenditures include: "ly session with Superintendent : ing year and acceptance of a
hand, varies from small to quite I a sign that some of the cocoa I 1 part water with 2 parts to parent- plenty hard with my patients.An $17,856 for Administration, Weisner and Attorney H. W.I number of resignations.
large. The difference in texture butter has separated out. At nonfat dry milk and 3, parts reduced yourself with a the hotel old gentleman, a former pa- $1,218,726 for Instruction (including -i
leads to. a difference in effective I temperatures of about 85 degrees -.1 grape juice. Beat until smooth child relationship wondering tient of mine, asked me to come' besides teachers, principals,

ness. Wondra.. won't pack down the cocoa butter in the. and serve in tall. frosted glasses. manager.who's In who case,' you're YOU'RE the into, his home a year ago and consultants and supervisors, the 1 4I
care for him and his wife. She cost of textbooks, salaries of
child! Come on, be a man fcr a"change"
A breakfast treat for the had heart trouble, and they clerks and secretaries, library
youngsters is Chocolate Cinnamon weren't senile, just infirm with material, teaching supplies etc.); Garrard Fence Co.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 24th Toast. Mix together % cup My husband is 82 and still age. She died and he asked me $110,000 for operation of the
cocoa, 5 tablespoons melted but In World War I he to stay and care for him. I get various school plants in the coun I
bragging.
WAYCROSS GEORGIA ter, 1 teaspoon cinnamon and 6 courted French girls and never oaid, and get room and board. Of ty; $70,000 for the maintenanceof I FERNANDINA'S OWN
I tablespoons sugar. Spread on with course I clean house, fix all school plants; $114,000 for .
He any
got over it. gets coy
hot crisp toast. meals. We watch teevee togetherand Auxiliary Services such as school I
Under The Stars At The Waycross Football Stadium anywhere.
\ female at a party or :
tt much sometimes I take him with bus operation, food services and I
t, FEATURING I'm his second wife and to shop for food, to the attendant services; $33,000 for II
j'; Wonder how to separate bacon i younger and still darned good- me go I CHAIN I LINK I
Insur-
such
Five-and-Dime, etc., dependingon I Fixed Charges, as
Statesmen Quartet Blackwood Brothers slices for cooking ,without tear I looking. +
I'll inherit
Speer Family Quartet ing them? The rubber: scraper is Janie, KentuckyJoin ,how he feels. Maybe !
the house. A friend of I REDWOOD ETC.
Oak: Ridge Boys Rebels Quartet the tool to use. Just slip the him in bragging. He deserves mine did this when a gratefulpld cept some juicy flesh to nibbleon. ;

Harvesters Quartet -* Chuck Wagon Gang edge of the scraper under one or it! gentleman left her the devil Your' problem is not what the t.

Kingsmen Quartet Palmetto State Quartet more slices and gently loosen to the house. He had outlived all neighbors say, but what your I I
them, intact. We're a young couple, on* Since he is of No Obligation'
!
his family, like my gentleman.My gentleman says Free Estimates -
JaadJit:on to the above top talent, there will be the annual serTo child. Although my husband has" problem is that I hear that I sound mind, discuss your possible -

'mV-I'KOFESSONAL GOSPEL QUARTET CONTEST keep your home freezer two brothers, it's been my husband all the neighbors are buzzinglike inheritance with him. Ask NO DOWN PAYMENT
of his moth. I
running smoothly, it's wise to who took care discussion
about I his to enter the
whlcH any Gospel Singing Group may enter simply by being at of marriage, mosquitoes us. can i, attorney
clean the finned condenser (behind er all 8 years our their his and .
for protection
with
tfcr Football Stadium not later than 6:00 p.m., August 24, or by To relieve of feel l them stab me youM.NEED
in this house. us
the at base
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of freezer) twice a year. Removethe her personal presence my know what they're thinking! be- ? Write to Helen Alpert, Up
Dlt.S.31.B1I011'NING. BROWNING'S PRESCRIPTION SHOP, panel and clean with vacuum paid for a trip she took to lieve me. How can I straighten National Senior Center, Lehigh

f, WAYCROSS, GEORGIAThe cleaner or brush.A her sister. We thought she'dstay. them out in a ladylike way? Acres, Florida, or in care of this
Now she writes ,she's com
Dinner of this contest will receive a beautiful trophy pre. Practical Nurse, newspaper. '
: sented by The Statesmen & Blackwood Bros. Advance tickets recent study, conducted by ing back. I can't face it. Don'tyou South Carolina Write today for the free list CALL HARRY 261.4636 .

.I i for this "6th Annual Sundown, to Sunup Sing" may be ordered Dr. George Gallup of the American encourage older people not Mosquitoes don't listen and of the many booklets and servo '
from Dr. Drowning at above address. Institute of Public Opinion,! to live with their children? cannot recognize anything ex ices available to you. J .
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found that newspaper; advertising .% ? ", Frantic, Alabama .. .
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room
day I was told that the young 99c MEA T SALE

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was they who moved in on

Does your car r st o n mother, being flat-broke at the
time. Your question now asks me White
t to do another quick sizzle from '
(1 t wander or weave? the frjing-pan into the fire! 1 Bacon 3 Lbs.
I Please write again with the hon '
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DEAREST DAUGHTERMy .
FRONT ENDSERVICE
one-and-only sister came
then get our... to stay with me for a month k End CutPork

while my husband went to Europe -
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I This is the time of year which turnout last Sunday at the Stock The Florida REG. 49; TARNOW SLICEDPk
is a I real task for so-called sport I i Car races sponsored by Nick I Highway Patrol says that i
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there is lot of vacation time t SMOKED
writers especially, in small Smith and the Buccaneer Gear a : PKG- 39 k
left in 19C3 and snrsested ten / :
towns like I'
ours. A few weeks Stripper. People of Fernandina .0
forthoseho
lifesaving tips
ago \\eere smothered with: don't realize how big an opera-
haven't trip. { BOSTON BUTTS PORK -' -
already beenon a
sports news of all types and now I tion the Stock Car Races reallyare .
all have come to an abrupt end : We bet there were more Install seatbelts and use them. 1 II t -
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ing. Little League, Senior Lea I than 3,000 people on hand to Check such important' itemsas I I! R ast.0.a319'I.
gue Men's Softball and Womtn'esoftball watch the races and we understand tires, brakes, steering, front ..
and back lights, turn signals, OD SYD R .
have kept us busy for I that was minute to whatis DRESSED FISH w
the past few months, but now all coming up in September when windshield wipers, windshield! I
seasons have ended and that the really .bid,: races will be held washers and defrosters, horn and : I J QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED : ,:
WhelfGI'n 1:5 .
leaves us out on a limb. If jo; here, We will have more on that exhaust systems. LB.; \1PRICES.' GOOD THRU AUGUST l 17th ,
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will bear with us until our football later. Plan your trip by carefully .
WINN DIXIE STORES, INC.-COPYtlCHT-1/<| -J
season begins we will keei $ $ mapping out where you want to I

you posted with good sports Johnny Thirsk, member of the go.' Check for the best highways-

news. Sheriffs Water Patrol, grabbed avid then follow those highways. W-D BRAND NATURALLY TENDER BEEF SHANK

,Roy Jackson's boat at Porter's Travel in daylight hours. Traffic HALF 4

We were amazed at the binDON'T Monday of this week and racedto dangers:: double when the sun Chuck Roast 16 49 I .1 "
to three down. ,
the Jetties rescue goes o r t' 5 EC
fishermen stranded on the rock.* Make reservations ahead for .
because of high tides. Another overnight stops. That prevents W-D BRAND tT 0o ;r
fine rescue by the Nassau County to reach hotel, motelor car a
speeding a & 0 B e j jIr'Ioin
MLgSTIlE Sheriff's Water, Patrol unde campsite before the No Vac RASTt'al( LB 9'8 k DEPARTMENT) i **** L'
the direction of Sheriff II. J. ancy Signs appear. .' ; ? .AGRICULTURE, '

Youngblood. Clean the inside of your automobile ; '
l and keep it clean on the W-D ,EXTRA LEAN, FRESHER GROUND, 100% PURE BEEF f' 1
Bobby Moore reported that he whole trip. A bottle rolling under -

and Porter Barnard went fishing k the brake or accelerator' pedal Ground B'eef 5, LBPK; $1:99: Wholeor'ButtHALF. LB.49 : I
at the North Jetties on thre: has been I known to cause ai .r .
1r different occasions and broughtin accident. i

I a total of 72 trout and bass. Load your car carefully. Keep 1 I N
I They caught:: 45 on one trip. rear, window ledges and dash '
I j
boards clean oL pbjects ,which, 1k
I We have a new report this might obstruct> your view or .. I
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week which v.e hope to carry slide around. '<1.'f.\: '-- 'of : ,' :.:
OFTHE for you fishermen each wea, i
Change drivers at J least once I 2
from Sportsman Wha!'f at the every 100 miles. If there is but

foot of Center St. Hydie Peterson one driver, a rest stop every two FANCY GOLDEN BANTAM
I reports to us that they have hours is advisable. ; \

: of good bass catches, trout,almost king every mackeral day Obey traffic! laws' in every

cobia, whiting! and Spanish mack- state in which you travel. Accidents
has seldom happen when tr'aifie ( O' R' N.
era! Hyd'e promised u. laws are obeyed: i ** : ;
some names and also informs u* VA1
that he has all the equipment a And last but by no means \ 1 \
least, leave itinerary witha (
I fisherman needs at Sportsman'sWharf. your .
neighbor or your'employer, in- 1

y .A..A. oh,... eluding, make, model l and licence ,
I Bud Holt too reports M from the Fer number of your car. It makes it Pinebreeze Gr. 'A' Me d. Flo. e. All I Flavors' Superbrand. """

nandina, Beach Ocean Pier, that easier to find you in case of an i( 1 1

fishing his been good as usual.I emergency. j 1 1: 0 49.-, ;
Ears
Bottom fishing has been the best
r lately 'with whiting, blues, angel Coach Wayne Benner informsus I EGGS I Ice 1 CREAMHALF I
fish the best' catches. Bud says ::'
that all. football prospects
he hill: plenty of live bait and I'' I r
:must pick' up' their equipment I
fishing is picking in
trout up
the early mornings. He says the Sunday afternoon' at the high I : SWEET, JUICY, FRESH 8?
the hours
I recent change in the water tem- of school 2 and gym 4, between No equipment will I 1r
perature has helped. :be issued to a prospect unlesshe $1 I 1I Nectarines 2LBs49,
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has previously had a physical i i.
I Sarasota won the Regional 'examination.The Doz. I GAL. i .
Title by downing I f
Little League
!Tennessee, 8-1. The Sarasota .. i r Li-'l d '

travel to Norfolk and old football season will i ,
j i team' will ra" r eels Stamps '
be here the Pirates have.
there be n soon as
they will
i 4 they win
session Mouday (WITH TH5 COUPON AND PURCHASE OFor
their first training '
I tfet WorltL Series imager nt-moa William- I and in afcouT a' montlTTHefirst r a Ia' __._ _. _- __ _.__ __ '_ __ M 3 ONE PEG, 4 FROZEN t
Pa. We peo-
of the schedule will' Jessie Pol Pies
pie in this area will be pullingfor game wo -
Sarasota since that is in tht' be on tap.Young's. 1 SAVE 4'/2 EACH THRIFTY MAID GOO,THRU AUdUIT I7TH
of Ted Ferreira, formci it $ w WtiE
7 7i area
AT ANY WINNDIXIEfSOEkinJt

Fernand.na* resident.# patting in softball both ends team of took a twin a A I S 303 CAM I ILf I ,

I Two fishing partners went bill with the All-Stars from the P P e aUle' G1EEr.IrAMPS
fishing in a small rowboat Suddenly other teams in the league. The
a storm blew up and the : games were played lat Saturday w Gb d
boat capsized. One of the men night and probably with SAVE 5'EACH SHOWBOAT Limit 4 with $5.00 food order. a.-

began to swim but his partner more publicity a capacity crowd \ caEEr. 1 QrceiSliDW
floundered helplessly. "John," would have attended. The ne\l COUPON AND PURCHASE Of

the swimmer called to the sinking games on tap for Young's will Pork &, Beans 300 CAN 5'T.'t: raura .KING. Hit CHICKEN FROItNCHUN OK
i man, "can you float alone?" he against the winner. of the SHRIMP CHOW MEIN OR
"My gosh," cried, John, "I'm Callahan-Hilhard series. The I I GOOD BEEF THRU CHOP AUGUST. 6UEY I7TH
1c to talk will be crowned the Nassau i
want
and winner '
drowning you (.aEIA
business. County champion. : SAVE lOt EACH DEEP SOUTH STAMI AT ANY WINN.DIXIE
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Mike Pikula says he hasn't collected Nick Smith, operator of the 391.
all Little league uniforms local Drag Races, informs us Mayonnal'se' QUART f
'I and equipment He wants to remind that the really big races will DC GREE1. h( d :

l VD' all of you boys, to turn in held here on September 15 witha 58 Extra iWGreen Stops]

your uniform as soon as possiblt number of the cars travelingover AVE 6* EACH TISSUE Limit 2 twin packs with $5.00 orde'r. ova qva WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of
hour. Last
so they can be cleaned and put 150 miles per' ,
.,, nr"' for next season. AU managers Sunday indicated to us that t ONE FROZEN SOUTHERN :
should help get the uniformsin. these Stock Car races are really S'oft-Weve 2 ROLL'PKG.1,9" / GREEti(TAMPS Coconut Cake
1 going over big, with over three ; '
ova'4' GOOD THRU AUGUIT 17TH
I thousand people witnessing the
Football season will soon begin races. : > AT ANY WINN.DIXIE, .

Practice starts on AugustID z ]oSAVf, '1 11 t a EACH. .,... pbLYUN. TU $1:' s :.. :.)l...... U' .. .. .. 13 t I'flw' ,... ,i
."c:; ,., :: / with the: first game slated iu Your local merchant keeps the r '- ( > {: \ )! 1" "

: i eafrly, September. .Coach Wayne: economic; wheels of your Community 4 ; waulaI .
You're in the drovers seat--' I Benner has high:: hopes "for his turning throughout the 'W sS li' iJ; 24-ci. BOTTLESAVE 8 r 1 7 !

at the big Ford Sale-Of.TKe- 1063 football squad with some ;ear. See his advertising in this GtEE1, ra raclt am sfTA :
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Year Red, white, or blue- : WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF .

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Super Torque Fords-proved : I cd STAMPi
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Page: .:Eight News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, August 15, 1963ThirtyTwo y.iL"! r ff a *ffrai Bill Miller, Al Hffler. .
> 3S3fcu-S5 Labor Day Tourney, Morrow and Bean 70 Harry Poole, Bill Childs, ;
Cecil Loptien, and Ervin Wil I

Club Championship Teams Win Honors hams .

Already Registered I 70, Jack Vann, Bob Talton, I
4rI Don Brown and Louis Nolan.
Slated FBGA in Golf
By TourneyThe 71
: I Leighton Shave, Jim
"r.f if .' I Webber, Ben Clarke and H. M.
News leader : & i;> '.. F teams of Sam: Merrow and
Junior Golf :
Tourney fi : tI (; i'i Following Saturday's best ball Red Bean emerged as co-winners Atkins.

: ; ,. ..,, : ; .. 'of: .foursomes tourney, the Fer 71 Andy Allan, Jr., Bob i
,'. ''' '" : .>; < : > .. .. of top honors in Saturday's best
n*- ? -v. I" ">.:::::.:. ,, ..' nandina Beach Golf. Association Young, Chuck Howard and
*t'ftfs q '<; < ::'; : ball of foursome tourney at the Jerome !
Thirty-two entries came in the this year's annual event. i. aimed at increasing" interestin ." L .1f T" : ;" announced that the next I \ ;
t "C" compet-I. Fernandina Beach Golf Course. Spence. (
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first week for the Fernandina The tourney is a joint effortof golf by the youngsters. of this ". ' I Beadu&ws-Leader Junior Golf the News-Leader and Ei f :: ; = 4'W" .. I I I Day I The tourney was staged by 72 Ray Caldwell, Bob Phra- I
Lester Durham and DavW-
area.The i- the Fernandina Beach Golf Asso- ney,
Tournament and a record num- Mattson, head pro at the Fer tourney will begin 011 $\ l Cecil Loptien, tourney chair Nussbaum.

ber Jre expected to compete in nandina Beach Golf Course, and Monday, August 26. Play will be- t..", .;.... .., :. .,.. a4. r 4 x 2"1 man, said that the Labor Day ney ciation chairman, with Cec'.l, and: Loptien Rudy, York tour 75 Joe Scarboro, JeW
gin in the mornings and will: + '"''"' event will, be a." best ball of part-
Tiner, Eddie Garcia and Al Mil-
f .
handling the details. .. .
matches .r Full handicaps will be used "
continue each day until all ners.
Bo} Tucker Takes 1 1st Place and $400 are completed. This year's Ct- ';<' ::1:: '"\. 'I'It .I in the scoringjmd players desiring The winning teams had 7-under ere 75 Glynn Waas, Frank* ?

I tourney will be match play rather St: r\ |I to play, ale urged to select par performances for the net Lambright, Burns Bailey and

With "Thunder" Races than the medal play of previous I ,;hit. :their partners early. 65's.On John Barnuk. I "0\

Chevy Sunday tourneys. The change i is ; ..., I I The next competition after the Merrow's team were Don 75 John Scarboro, Gus Low-
intended to familiarize the nq v r : 'Labor Day tourney will be the Roberts, Dan Daugherty and enstein, Bob Breslin and jiill
-BY CURT GORDON will have big name drivers in the youngsters with the type play ; Association Championship. Play Steve Spence. Royal
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I BA Tucker from Orlando took Stock Car field with entries already most commonly used in club ;f 11 11fd 1 ; will begin in September at aIdate On Bean's team were Dick

first:place money last Sunday being received. One of the tournaments. I to be announced later. Bennett, Arthur Renshaw and More advertising dollars.l yg.

afternoon at the local Drag better known drivers already Individual competition is set :. .. I I All Association members de Dr. W. D. Rodeffer. invested in newspapers than in w
Strife when| he drove his Super entered is Hoyt Grimeg of At- up for boys and girls and play siring to play must have an established Other teams and their net radio, TV, magazines and outdoor
Stock Gold '63 Chevrolet lanta, Ga. with an AA Dragster will be by age groups. Trophieswill handicap. Players will scores were: combined. -
Thunder! to first place and powered by Chevrolet. The races be awarded winners and be placed in flights according to 69 Tom Shave, Pete In. I

the prize! money of four hundred will be with Gassers, Dragster runnersup in each flight I their individual handicaps. gram, E. N. Roberts and Darwin
dollars. Rails, Super Modified and Ex- have ft 1 'MMi'A//lfitb'ldwyirw; .MIS:' :a,?,.,., .. V .+1A1P1W1M Match play will prevail in the Smith.
Parents are urged to
Kyi Heinema of Daytona took perimentals. tourney and all competitors will 69 George Tyson, Carl
firsUrunnerup spot and one hun becom their youngsters sign up as ear JUST GOES TO SHOW that all of- the big ones aren't in play from scratch. Swanson, Perce Entzminger and
Fernandina is swiftly
'dref dollars prize with his Super ly as possible with Mattson at the Atlantic. Joe Mixon, local angler and young Wayne Defending champion is G. H. John Guest
the StockCar
ing known for largest II "
StocJ automatic '63 Plymouth. Races outside of Daytona his pro all details.shop, where he is hand Carter are shown here with the 10 pound black bass Mix- Waas, Jr., who captured the title: 69 Rudy York, Fred Osteen, FOR 54

Second runnerup for one hundred I Beach, and September 15 pro ling Entries to date are: on caught in Lake Distant, just below Palatka. Mixon last year from Tom Lannon, Jim Clark and John Baxter.
dollars went to Dal Le Porte of mises to equal the big races of caught the bass on a home-made plug. winner in 1961.Mixed 69 Bob Gedeon, Archie I

Tampa vlth a Super Stock automata Daytona in the Stock Car field. Boys Division Smith, Emerson Fizer and John 200 .
19C3 Plymouth. Ages 15-17 Ted Gedeon and Pozega. 10IN'64

Ofller 'money winners were C Billy Miller. City Summer Doubles 69 Tom Lannon, Al Bodine,
StocE Class winner, Shorty Lov- Forest HillRedbirds Ages 12-14 Johnny Scar-
ett trf Fernandina Beach, the boro, Price Poole, Wesley Poole, FOLLOW THRU

only local driver in the winning Chipper Hall, Doc Burgess, Mike ... Bowling League Bowling LeagueBY Kiwanis SenatorsName
class Lovett drove a 1961 Chew Armstrong, David Rodeffer and y
II. B. ELLS, JR.
'roletr D. Stock Class was won Leighton Shave, Jr. L'; + ab r h n:.
BY II D. ELLS, JR. Week of 8.13.63
by Jltonl Parrish of Brunswick, Name ab r h avg. Ages 9-11 Bobby Ferreira, Week of 8.7.63 Total Stewart Pikula 69 22 33 .478
Georgia with a 1960 Chevrolet. Steve Beville 50 10 16 .320 Paul Schrantz, Steve StubiU, Total W. Higginbotham 61 27 22 .361
Team Standings W L Pins
B Class was won by Hu Mack Steger, Alan Dozier, Den- ew Ladd Gordon 381613.342
SJock" Mike Rice 63 22 20 .317 Team Standings W L Pins I Reddy Kilowatt 41 15 34199
nis Dozier Al Talbird Jim John
bert. Starling of Jacksonville Beryl Rice 45 :5 14 .311 James Smith 301 .333
with a 4962 Plymouth. E. Stock Richard Williams 40 8 12 .300 son, Jr., Timothy McKee and Morris & Payne Body Shop Aloha 30V& 25% 32100; Mark Morris 53 17 17 .3:!* BV DC lANDlHE WILUAilS
I. Lanes 33862
30 22 3603B Hadden 28\2 26"8
Clad ws 1 captured by Johnny Dwight Morris 30 10 7 .233 Wyche Bryce. Paul Schrantz 65 26 16 .2;6
8 and under Tony Stu. & H Enterprises 27 25 33207! Mary Kay's 26 30 332S3:
KirkLtn with a 1962 Ford andF. Ricky Oliver 42 15 8 .190 Age -- Kenny King 34 14 11 .324
Becker's 24 28 36034 j K.A.C. 22t, 32'i 33567
Stock Class was! won by Gene.Fulton Steve Adams 11 2 2 .182 bits and Johnny Dozier Drugs > Bobby Ferreira 42 9 10 .238
23 29 36170 Fair 181% 37 K 3127b:
Hadden Lanes
Girls Division Food 1I 1i I
of Brunswick, Georgia. Hang Soo Hoo 12 2 2 .167 I Edward Wilds 26 6 6 .231:
Ages 15-17 Ange Shurley. high Team, 3-Games High Team, 3-Games II IIII
Middle' Eliminator was won by Barry Rice 39 8 5 .128 Mike Townsend 52 11 11 .212
Geo rc $araf of Savannah, Georgia Mason Bean 35 4 4 .114 Ages 12-14 Jo Tyson, Paula! B & H Enterprises 2957 Reddy Kilowatt 2487 Ricky McDonald 34 6 3 .OSS I I Ia
*competition Coapc Flat: Mark Bean 41 3 4 .091 Kornau and Mary Phinney. Becker's Drugs 2926: Mary Kay's 2467 Billy Sutton 7 0 0 .000 ,
with a 409 Chevrolet. Little Eli Winton Harris 36 7 3 .033 Ages 9-11 Patty Entzming. BY WILLIE MATTSON Hadden Lanes 2867 Food Fair 2444 Bobby Hernandez 3 2 0 .000

minator was won by Mack Pates Jimmy Corbett 8 1 0 .OOu er, Cathy Vann, Esther Kavouk- High. Team, Games High Team, 3-Games Wayne Dubois 2 0 0 .000

of take City with a Chevrolet Frank Harrison 4 0 0 .000 lis, Sally Johnson, Janice Tiner Many of you will remember G. Easton 650 Eleanor Archie Smith Flint 718 702 Robert Burch 200 .000

TwcC Gary Murray 4 0 0 .000 and Nina Herring. Wilfrid Reid, senior citizen and H. Wilson C25 Gail Easton 660 -rl 1r

Nick Smith reports that over Totals 463(; 97 87 .210 Golf Professional, who played in B. Joyce 622 High, Team Game Lions HornetsName

143cars entered in one of the JetsName the Invitational a couple of High, Team GameB Aloha 852

largest races held in this: area. Rotary months ago. The other day we & H Enterprises 1078 Reddy Kilowatt 850 ab r h avg. f"

The big! September 15 raccaMethodist UW PiratesName received a letter from him en- Becker's Drugs 1013 Hadden Lanes 848 Terry Rowe 63 25 28 .444 (

w r 1 ab r h avg. closing "The Authentic Story of Hadden Lanes 992 High, Ind. Game Cecil Bennett 26 9 10 .385 .
ab r h 8VJ:. Ronnie Boatright 2 0 1.500 The Old Caddie: which! hangs High, Ind. GameB. Eleanor Flint 249 Charles Holton 46 11 12 .261 --;_f.. .. '"
Braves Alan Cover 34 7 11 .324 Billy Burbank CO. 19 26 .433 "
Mantle Shelf .
over 269
your Joyce Archie Smith 247 Rocky Daugherty 39 9 9 .231
Johnny Weisner 43 4 11 .255 Larry Knowles 42' 6 10 .233 .
': Thought you might be interested."He A. B. Smith-G. Easton & Gail Easton 243 Billy Leeper 44 7 10 .227
Narle! ab r h AV Larry Gilileo 49 11 12 .245 John Cover 53 812 .22d
known 'Caddie
was as R. Hadden 238
% 'I High Scratch BorlersLadies Steve Hendrix 32 11 9 .231 f
Tommy .Freeman 53 9 11 .208 Ralph Starratt 41 13 9 .220 Clint Rich 49 12 11 .224 Willie'. Prints of William Gunn : fI
I High Scratch BowlersH. Tommy Corbett 51 9 10 .IDo fl
Cart Hsfrris 5123 23 .4C5 I Bubba Williams 41 S 7 .171 Lloyd Uffleman 37 14 8 .216
'Caddie Willie' 'Daft Willie l
or Wilson 194-55G Eleanor Flint 207-576 T. Vizcarrondo 44 10 8 .182
Mike Douglas: 62 14 23 .371 Bobby Stores' 25 '0 4 .161)) Kenny Harris 944 .444 I II1E4Jd.FLORIDA'S
Gunn' he sometimes call-
I as was B.: Joyce 246--553 Velma Hodge 168-46? Billy Stewart 43 10 8 .163 fI
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Tommy Skipper 58 25 17 .293 Roger Wolters 20 1 2 .100 Steve Ensley 201 .500 ed, curious character of the .
a T. Tilman 192-545. Joyce Easton 157-418 David Bowers 46 20 6 .130
Mark Crumpler 19 4 5 .203 Van Seagraves 43 5 4 .093 Eddie Justice 36 7 6 .167 Golf 'Links, are familiar in Scottish I C. Hodge 194-537 j I 1 Gents Bobby Burton 37 10 2 .051 OLDEST I
Bruce Gregory 52 7 11 .213 Billy Boyette 35 6 3 '.086 Donald Suriano 33 9 4 .121 Clubhouses. AND MOST HISTORIC
S. Bohannon 183 537 Roger Hadden 203-550 W. Vizcarrondo 5 0 0 .OCO
Al -falbird C6 11 14 .212 Warren Cargal 13 1 1 .077 Gary Lovequist 44 4 5 .114 .
"One of the pecul- fjyoriti Ite rHaw for the f
strangest 2 ..001Doug )
R. Hadden 220-53o:) Archie Smith 191-530: Martin Holton 0 0 fl
Carbon Geiger 56 15 11 .196 Carroll Gill 1 0 0 .000 fete Peters 54 9 6 .111 l
iarities of this eccentric ancient
G. Easton 199-53S) John Beckett 177-4i>19 Johns 2 0 0 .000
William Mitchell 49 10 7 .143 Danny Fullwood 14 0 0 .000\) Mike Jones 16 :.1 1 .063 caddie the in which he ?il ITUNTfc AVI '!
was way J. Easton 200-511., Gail Easton 187-492 Bill Miller 1 0 0 .000 '" t{
Dennis Little 21 3 1.04+*t Gary Bunch 26 3 0 .OOo Benny Ray Combs 7 2 0 .000 his clothes and the extra- 4
wore -- --
Cliff l Brown 19 4 2 .10;)!,Wayne Uffleman 0 0 0 .000 Tommy Burbank 220 .000 I ordinary profile he presented )

Wythe-Bryc j, ;. 0 0 .OQO Total 38557_ 78 .203 Duff Cover 6 '0 0 .000 himself is accountable to the
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: FERNANDINA BEACH back, one suit above another. To I

admit of his wearing three or; 5 A 'L E
four coats at once, he had to cutout ,

: JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWNBEACHES" True the to sleeves the uniform to get which them on.in-

variably distinguished golfers in I
: ., those days, an old red coat was I
always worn outside of them all
.. Directory Furnished By These Merchants and Business Men .-=. "He also wore three or four OF

vests, an old worn fur one be.

; George's Suburban with ing outermost.his trousers It was- the three same or

FLORIDA'SFIRST four pair and the worst outermost Western Flyer BICYCLES I

: Machine Shop GOLF COURSE Propane Gas Co. ed one within And three the other.bonnets, sew- :

: 2 N. FRONT ST. SERVING ALL_ J' "He had his quarters at .

EXCELLENT YOUR NEEDS ,IN Bruntsfield, renting a garret, ,
Machine ork 18-HOLE LP GAS AND and acted as caddie to Royal':,
APPLIANCES Burgess members. (This is the $3499. .
: Welding Brazing LINKS GAS I '
same club where I, Wilfrid Reid, .
: Marine Repairs 7 South Tth.St.:: served my apprenticeship in j )
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Phone 261-3661 1900 and 1901. Tommy Armourwas I
Special Service To
: five years old then. His 1 ,
Shrimp Trawlers TIDES I father Willie' Armour was on the I Boys or Girls 24 or 26 Inch
:.... All Work Guaranteed T. H. KING. Board of Directors.) i ,

: Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. PHOTO SHOP T.1 "This society (Royal Burgess) :I \ Sturdy Triple Cantilever
Monday Thru Saturday tt JETTIES possesses The Portrait of Caddie .1 I
I Add Roll Processing Willie which was sent for exhibition \1 /
: Phone Day 261-3711 30 Minutes For
in Glasgow in 1926 and
Developing & Printing : Design
Night 2613333BE Feroindht Harbor was lost until 1949. ; ,
Kodak Film
HIGH LOW "Willie was very honest, paying I .
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10 Photo SuppliesModeColored
his rent regularly and for

WISE.I Friday, Aug. 16 & Regular his bread and milk as he got it.

5:44: a.m. 11:52 a.m. Weddings He lived entirely on 'Paps' ,- /\ S j > Chrome Fenders, Rims

"Porcelainize" 6:15:; : Portraits by Appointment Only (couldn't be sure about this /
: p.m.
Studios At 504 Ash St.. word) and milk, never having a \ and Handlebars!
10 Saturday, Aug. 17 warm diet or fire in the garret
LASTS 3 OU 4 TIMES Phone 261-4586 even in the coldest weather.
: LONGER THAN 7.07 6:42:: a.m. 12:39: a.m. Caddie Willie was a Highlanderand ,' '

: ORDINARY WAX JOB p.m. 12:47 p.m. Your Ad HereWill could only speak English I

Sunday, Aug. 18 imperfectly."He Flamboyant Finish !
LASSERRE was in the habit of tramping I
I MOTOR
: 7:34 a.m. 1:28 a.m. from Edinburgh to his high I
: CO. 7:54 p.m. 1:38 p.m. Be Seen land home every autumn when j

'5. 8th St. Ph. $61-3819 Monday, Aug. 19 By Over he the golfing left Edinburgh.season closed.From In 1920 that Ii Coaster Brake '

I' 8:20 ajn. 2:14 a.m. journey poor Willie never returned S

8:36: p.m. 2:25 p.m.Tuesday and all the inquiry golf ., \ *
S 7,500 Readers ers never elicited his fate. ...'. :f.:

Going Fishing? Aug. 20 "He usually carried for most S \ CHECK OUR OUTSTANDING ,
9:03: a.m. 2:57 a.m. wonderful men Angus McDonald
Visit Us For 9:15 p.m. 3:10 p.m. Porter & L ore qulst Sir Thomas Dewar, Jos-

Complete Line Of. General Contractors eah Livingstone, and many other I VALUES IN ACCESSORIES !
Aug. famous celebrities. He >
: Fishing Tackle ), 21SPECIALTIES was a
I : Rods 9:42: a.m. 3:37 a.m. WOODWORKING kind, affectionate old man; I.E'
Reels
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.1 Outdoor Camp'l ng.9:51 pan 3:52 p.m. PLASTIC BUILT SURFACINGCUSTOM CABINETS loved frid Reid.him very much. Wil RUGGED STEEL GAY COLORED CHROME PLATED HEAVY DUTY

f Equipment Thursday, Aug. 22 KITCHEN AND BATHREMODELING Fits 24 to 26 Inch Bike STREAMERS BIKE MIRROR RUST PROOF!

: 10:19 a.m. 4:15 a.m. BIKE Handlebar BIKE LOCKOny39c :'
F4RESTONE > e BASKET Grips
I : 10:25 p.m. 4:34 p.m. Complete Showroom it g 3 Inch Size

-BEACH SUPPLY For Color Coordination ,. \

112 Atlantic J Are 261.413 C4rt ft Geodetic Ttou Courted Survey Phone 261-3068 iMdtEr L Only $1.74 Only 39c Only 33c :

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BIKE I PEDALS
USE CARE WEENBDRNING.FOREST i Associate Store
FISHING BOATING;' SWIMMING D. SMITH '

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GOLFING AND JUST PLAIN "LIYI :il South 8th Street Phone 261-3233 '
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YOUR KINGSBERRYHOIES THREE BEDROOM house, Five Some counties already have madeup ..
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: BUILDER I Points. Call! 2615421. tic their budgets and paymentwill \

WANT AD RATES AND DEALER 1iI' be particularly difficult.
UPPER LECK P'l'S" Completely T is be-
Phillips' problem acute
$500.00 down will move into END OF SUMMER
.05 per word .75 minimum you furnished including TV cause his circuit has only 29 ,OtJO ..

Card of Thanks,. Resolutions a well located masonry three Phone 2613118. tfc ...
t the state did not allot -
bedroom house with 2 baths, .I persons, so
; : ud Similar Notices
him an assistant. In circuitsof
on a shady lot. Immediate pos TWO ROOM furms&d
i apart-
13 per word $1.00 minimum I more than 300,000, defenderswere :
, session. Must be sold as oVneI ment. CLEARANCE : : :
Cal-261-3686 261.3687 paid more and given an assistant -
or is leaving town within 3 weeks. # &

or place ad at office $325.00 and $59.00 per month ONE THREE room furnished ,

I 511 Ash Street buys the sharpest, small, three house. Not all public defenders have SEE THESE "I .

bedroom home available. Just 6 & run into major money problems

u- outside the city limits. Owner TWO BEDROOM unfurnished I as yet Richard Ervin III cf Tal- { < .. .
lahassee said he plans to wait "'as $S95fl" :
another house
FOR SALE will accept on house. I 1960 Ford Fairlane
months before
several deciding I
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trade.BEST LISTING OF H. F. SAHLMAN whether to ask counties for \ Standard Transmission NOW $7Qj '

1962 MODEL, 40 hp, electric THE WEEK PHONE 261.3221 money. Ervin's circuit includes Brand New Rebuilt Engine .
statt; Johnson motor, with :3 Franklin, Gadsden, Jefferson, 'J

htfurs on it. Connelly, 251-5751.:> We're looking for a large family Leon, Liberty and Wakulla coun .

I tfc who needs a home, that wantsto MISCELLANEOUSCAROLYN :. : ties. 1959 Ford 2-DoorV8 Was $795'

trade-in a house they have FoRsj Ervin has a. private practice.He : ''' I '

I ANTIQUE DINING ROOM suite, outgrown. Our new KingsberryHome pays for his office and ex *> Standard! Transmission Radio NOW $695'

hind carved. Round table extends has 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, BEAUTICIAN JJ pense and his secretary out ofj: and Heater ,.

to banquet size, four family room, large living room Vanity Beauty Shop. Prescription his private practice. He said

; chairs, buffet, serving table, and large kitchen with built: Waves for every style and J -- most of his expenses to date I} : .

china priced separately. A in equipment galore. Wrap budget. Call 261-4686. A22c f have involved travel, which is I 1959Ford4-Door6Cyl. Was $895 '

real buy. SHIELL'S SWAP this up with a double car gar- the state. Ervin's time
BEGINNER PIANO LESSONS. paid by '
Standard Transmission NOW $70 j
SflOP, 16 North 4th St. age and a large shady lot witha Call 261-5343 after 6 Mrs. has involved arraignments. The .

very private back yard, onlyone Thelma Rich. p.m. YI ,. cases don't come up in court until Radio and Heater / J .'
A15pI
NEW LOAD JUST IN from the Beach. Located b
block CopLA! Service the fall terms. ,
Cina, glass, lamps bisque in beautiful Pirates Cove 16-IE I
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AM NOT RESPONSIBLE for I
Ervin said he doesn't know ifhe 1958 4-Door
bottles, pictures, guns, flasks, subdivision. You can be set any debts incurred by anyone 'ltS SO TINY.JOHN, ,i''I) BE AFRAID ,,/ can justify asking Leon and I' I Mercury
cote Centers Antiques. 2125 tIed the time school starts. Good Ra'dio and Heater $350'Runs
by AS IS
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other than myself. TO LEAVE IT OUT AT NIGHT.* Gadsden counties for $5,000 or i .'
Pearl St. Jax. Fla. Ph. El .
See us today. "i Top Rusty At Rear Glass ,
(signed) S. T. Stratton A29c 10000. The smaller counties, he
5-0917. A15c
..... PAUL C. BURNS said, have extremely limited

LAR& TWO-STORY TwnApadment 319 South 8th St. Phone 261.3606 LET ALCOHOLICS ANONY. abilities to pay their share of i 1958 Chevrolet Bel Air Was $895 .
MOUS help with drink
house. Will sacrificefor YOUR KINGSBERRY your the burden. '
HOMES BUILDER ing problem. Write Box 338, PUBLIC NOTICE 4-Door Hardtop NOW
small equity and take up A In some of. the larger counties. $795'
Phone Jax. El 6-7700.
payments. Conveniently locatedin AND DEALER City or tic" 'IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE public defenders already existed, Extra Clean 1\

town. 612 Beech St. Cdl FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OFFLORIDA. and problems were' comparativey .
IN AND FOR NASSAU ,, '
261-3994. tic QUALITY HOMES by John J. C. W. HOWARD, General Con. COUNTY. IN CHANCERYNO. CAPITOLLETTER minor. ..

Eynon Construction Co., Jack tractor, unlimited experiencein -2600RAYMOND P. GEISEL, L. Clayton ifance of Fort 1955 Oldsmobile $395

DUCKS 10 WEEKS OLD sonville, 7331343. FRAME I all types of buildings. Ph. Plaintiff, Lauderdale, who was named NOW
88 Hardtop Was $.195 ,
Phone 261- ""
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Give-away price. BLOCK BRICK. No vs.
money 2615008. tfc chairman of the group at its organizational
5495.. AISc down lot Ten and 12 TilE BLACKSHEAR BANK, a Georgia
on your corporation, et aL, BY JERRY MOCK meeting in Talla.

year financing. Fully completed WE TOP AND TRIM trees. Call Defendants. hassee, has been a public de. 1954 Ford 2-Door Was $295 ', .1
58 SSX CHEVY and 55 pick NOTICE OF SUIT
up.Cy's includes 2 inch wall tank
261-3978. If no answer call! TO: THE ilLACKSHEAR LANK, 2nd of a series of 3 fender since 1953. The Legisla-

Welding Shop.A1Sp and pump septic tank tile 2613145. S9c A Ceorgia Corporation ture gave him, an assistant for Radio and HeaterOverdrive NOW $275

bath hardwood floors. Also Blackshear. eorgia Tallahassee George Phillips, Palm Beach County, John Evans.
plywood W. P. STRICKLAND and MARIEW.
12 Ft.; MAHOGANY home remodeling additions, HOME MADE POUND cakes, STRICKLAND. his wife, the recently appointed public defender And Palm ,Be.ach' County gave

boat 3 hp Johnson, Champtilt complete plumbing. Three to 7 layer and birthday cakes, pies. Blackshear, Georgia for the First Judicial Cir- Evans $14,000( to run the office. ,
trailer Like new, Call 2019050" All kinds. Call Patricia Lodge. PEARLE R. WARD Escambia .
bank rates. ORVILLE which includes ,
cuit
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2615186. tIc years Blackshear Georgia The reception. .of the defend. 1959 Rambler Wagon
or WAHLIN, rep., 540 North Flet- 2615332. tfc ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS. devisees Okaloosa, Santa Rosa and Walton $695
statewide Nance said has
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cher Fernandina Beach phone legatees. grantees trustees. adminis. counties began his job with NOW
Was $795
TWO BEDROOM HOME 10 FLOOR SANDING and refinish. trators creditors or other parties been generally'good, althoughthe .
2615027. tfc claiming by through under or againstthe gusto. ::;
less. Nassau- situation economic .
acres more or I iug. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson. estate of J. B. WARD. Deceased; poses an
ville. Ph. 2613953. A15c I Phone 2614609. tic and if living and if dead all unknown He compiled 1962 statistics of problem. He noted that a "moral
I ONLY $350 DOWN $63.50 a I heirs, devisees legatees trustees felony cases in Escambia Coun- obligation has ,been placed on Two 1955 Chevy Pickups ,
month Buys small three bed assignees. lienors successors in interest '
100 PT. 11IVEK FRONTAGE creditors or other claimants ty. He got figures from the the counties to augment the One Rusted Out $395 .
Pan
AmJJia City. 7.oi 600 Ft. deep room two bath home. HELP WANTED claiming by through. under or againstany Judicial Council, and estimatedthe program," or as he termed it to One Needs Engine BOTH ONLY
eled living room. Fire place. of the above named Defendantswho
who
number of
.remodeled frame paupers "
two-story "breathe life into it.
may be dead and not known to
honre Showa by appointmentonl # if be dead or alive; and ALL PERSONSor would be charged with feloniesin To "here is function '" .,,.
:Ph. 2615382. tIc FOREST HILLS 3 bedroom RELIABLE BOY to work on unknown parties otherwise havingor 1963. He asked the Escambia say your ,
2 bath home not a project claiming any estate right. title, said Nance "and not give them
produce truck, 3 day week. Commission for $40,000to
claim interest in lien the County .
or or upon
; the tools real dilemma. Co.
BUY a HOMESITE on the Nas- $12,750 $500 down. Mrs. Lois Sheffield Phone following described property. to wit: take care of two assistants, an poses a Lasserre Motor
lau" 1Uyer Beautiful LignancQry 261-4544. tIe The East Half (E>i) of Lot numbered secretary, and Phillips put it a different way:
investigator, a
Twenty-Five ((25)) of a sub "I don't think we really know
lots at Nassauville.: John T. Ferreira & Son division made by W. L. Beugnet. some office equipment. The Commission '
Others with waterfront privil. 108 Atlantic Are. Phone 261-557] CARRIER FOR FLORIDA Times January 28. 1923 of United States turned him down. what we were biteing off. It Your Ford Dealer Since 1910
Union and Jax. Journal, in Government Lots Eight ((8)) and takes a tremondous amount of I'
ee3.' Small down payment Seventeen Section Twelve with
((17)) ((12)) "Phillips held conferences
with Callahan District Call Fer time to establish operating methods Wa '
Terms to suit I'hone Francis RUN-A-BOUT boat con- East. Tallahassee Meridian. Florida -- -
nandina Plat of which subdivisionwas members of the bar and judges to gain into the b- --
trols trailer and 35 horse 2613029. or Gaines a insight - --- -
Ellis' POpular 5. 661N Jacksonville recorded on August 6, 1928 in aid reduced his request to $20- "
motor. Will sell as complete ville collect FR 24451. ASp the Public Records of Nassau problem. Trade
/fc. It To At Home
outfit or separate. Ph. 261- County. Florida in Plat Book 2, at OQO. By a 3-2 vote, the commis Phillips estimated the system Pays 4 :
GUARANTEED N. Y. LIVE-IN I Page No. 24. sion turned him down again. needs to develop the
WICKER a pattern
LARGE SET settee, tfc I
4610. YOU AND EACH OF YOU are notified
Maid of
jobs. $35-$55 wk. Fare With the additional help a .
next to 18 months.
two chairs and Ottoman. Hard that a suit has been filed againstyou year
advanced. Mallory Agency, 57G by RAYMOND P. CEISEL: to cQmmittee of local attorneys, .
to find item ,at bargain price.SIIELL'S .
I FOR RENT Merrick Rd., Lynbrook, N. Y.A29c. quiet the title to the above described Pfcillips finally convinced the to reduce
Advertising helps
SWAP SHOP 1C
property, and you are required to
North 4th StBEACH serve a copy of your Answer to the commission of the absolute need consumer demand for scarce
Bill of Complaint on Plaintiffs attor. fdr $17,000. Phillips was one of commodities WHY SO PLEASED? :
.by diverting public
.- DOWNSTAIRS TWO BEDROOM HOME SALESMEN WANTED ney. SUSAN KIRTLEY. at 1612 Con defenders
HOMES Good commission Fullor gress Building Miami 32, Florida and 15 new public appointed demand to other,'t\ more readily
BR ND NEW JUST COMPLETED furnished apartment. file the original thereof with the Clerkof by Gov. Farris Bryant after available \nmMities..
Apply 202 Citrona Dr. Ph. part time. No experience the Circuit Court on or before the created
the 1963 Legislature a
three
beach home -
9th day of September 1963, otherwisethe
will train. Call
2614227. Uc. necessary,
bedrooms, living room, dining allegations of the Complaint will public defender system.
261-5027 before tfc. !
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a.m. be taken as confessed by you. -
room and kitchen. Large 24x8 NEWLY REDECORATED I[ DATED at Fernandina Beach, Flor. Phillips said the commission
pftrch all masonry, firred walls, ida this 2nd day of August 1963.S didn't feel it should have to pay
tije bath and tile window sills. two bedroom, unfurnished upstairs SITUATION / / D. O. OXLEY the sheriff to catch a man, a .
apartment Rent year I I CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT .
Hardwood floors. 900 block N.Fetcher. round. 1323 S. Fletcher, phone WANTEDCOLORED (SEAL) prosecutor to prosecute, and an- c'r .
See "Pete" or "Bo". Susan Kirtley other attorney to defend. The :.. ..
261-4128. tIc Attorney at law ... .
f 1612 Congress Building commission showed no animosity j .

ONE DUPLEX AND ONE FUR- UNFURNISHED UPSTAIRS APARTMENT WOMAN would like Miami 32. Florida4t 81,15.22,29 he said. .

NOSHED EFFICIENCY apart- very reason household work, baby-sitting, This appears to be a typical -/ ;

went near fishing: pier. Cor. able. Ph. 261-53C4. Home on by week, or day's work. 411 N. PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE county reaction to the new public -

nbr location. 18500.: Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridaysor 5th. Phone 261-422C. A15p OF SPECIAL ELECTIONTO defender sy tem. Several i .

: ).r Saturdays. tfc UE HELD ON TUESDAY, SEp. counties have balked at payingthe ( .;: j jI

S 2178 S. Fletcher I WANTED TEMIiER NASSAU 10, 1963 COUNTY IN THAT FORMERLY AREAOt' expenses of public defenders.The \

OCEAN SIDE three bedroom SMALL HOUSE FOR RENT. KNOWN AS TilE CITY OF 150U-I Legislature created the system "I .

home. Servant's quarters. Couple only. Call Seaside LOUGNE.Notice provided for pay for them .. .
is hereby given that a special
'* Motel 2615735. tfc I' WANTED RIDE TO Jackson election will. be held on Tues. i and travel expenses, but not office ..
I BEACH PROPERTY day. September 10. 1963. for the purpose I. .
ville University in fall. Con- of determining whether House expenses. I
229' Ft. OCEAN frontage, justSputh SMALL FURNISHED house templating morning classes. Bill No. 2051' enacted by the 1963 Phillips, like other defendersacross .

of Blue Marlm Motel. newly decorated, across street Phone 2613686. Florida Legislature shall become ef. the state, still must applyto ) '

$100 per front foot. from Keystone Hotel Ph. 261- fective.No. 4 of the thereby former causing City of Boulougne Ordinance other counties for money for ; '\ \ 1J/ .

4689. tic relating to a franchise agreement between their share of the expense 44 ,.
PUBLIC NOTICE \ .
BUY OF THE YEAR 501 f the former City of Boulougneand
the Okefenoke Rural Electric
Stanley Drive. 3 Bedrooms, 2 TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED I NOTICE FOR BIDS Corporation to be rescinded repeal. PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE \ I ) ,OJ.

bjiths. large lot, fenced in apartment Year round. 23: S.! The T.card of County Commissioners ed and nullified; that all qualified .
of Nassau County, Florida invite electors in that area described in OF MEETING OF Piilliimt .
backyard, plenty of shade Fletcher. Can be seen after sealed bids for furnishing all labor and Section 2 of Chapter 30387 Special TAX EQUALIZATION BOARD. .
tfeea: and shrubbery. $450 5:00.: Ph. 261-5489. tIc materials for the construction of Acts of Florida. 1955. being the limits NOTICE IS HERE1SY GIVEN that t i : .
and month concrete-block building on County of said former City of Boulougne the County Assessor of Taxes will ; .
d'pwn $85 per seeP FURNISHED THREE room property at Yulee Ilorida. according shall be qualified to vote in said election meet with the Hoard of County Com ,
te. to plans and specifications on ; that the registration books of missioners as a Board of Equalizationon White. .
beach apartment, bath and file in the office of said Commission. the former City of Boulougne shall Monday August 19th. 1963 at 10:00 .
:: half. Oceanfront. Year round. Copy of plans and specifications be used for the purpose of said election o'clock A.M., at the County Courthouse .
50CJ CEDAR STREET Six may be obtained by contacting D. 0. and shall be opened in the office at Fernandina Beach Florida
I BVdroom Boarding! House. Tw& Ph. 261-3861. A29c Oxley, Clerk to Board County Com.. of the Supervisor of Registration for the purpose of reviewing and won't run down BECAUSE HE TOOK ADVANTAGE. :
missioners. Room 1'. County Court. of Nassau County. Florida for the. equalling and bearing complaints and :
Baths. $5000. McClt\ IE'S APTS. house. Fernandina IJeach. Florida. purpose of registering qualified electors receiving testimony as to the value nl
I & & & ." Sealed bids should be submitted to for said election until 5:00: any property real or personal. as brickIf :
ONE THREE ROOM down-
Board County Commissioners coD o'clock P.M. on August 23. 1963: that fixed by the County Assessor of Taxes on OF THETREMENDOUS .
125: S. 17th STREET. 154 x 140 stairs apartment. Utilities and 0. Oxley, Clerk. Room 10. County the polling place for said election for the year 1963.

I lot FHA appraised at $11,000 washing machine furnished. Courthouse. Fernandina Beach. shall be in the building formerly usedas DATED: this 30th day of July A.D., your house Is part siding, part .
Florida not later than 9:30 o'clock the City Hall for said former Cityof 1963.
selling $10,750. 8.75 per week. For information A.M. August 19th., 1963. and marked Boulougne. Florida. D. 0. Oxley brick or stone, this Is the white
Ph. 201-4642. W. I. McCranie "I id for constructing concrete-block DATED this 6th day of August, Clerk to Board of County paint you need!Du Pont42 Houss BARGAINS .
: Pete Ingram, Salesman building at Yulee," at which time A. D. 1963.BOARD. Commissioners. Nassau "Chaflc-Rwlst
with
1 14. L. Bohannon, Broker if no answer, ph. 261-9033 same will be opened. read.. tabulated OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS County Florida.3t paint is made stain!I :
Mrs. Long. tic and considered. OF NASSAU COUNTY 8.1.8.15 ant" pigments that won't
p 13 JL 4th SU Phone 261-5269 Bid-Bond or Cashiers check in FLORIDA. brick stone or dark painted areas.
-- --- amount of 5 percent (5%) must ac liy: Jim ThomasAs BEING OFFERED ON A :
PEARS FRESH PICKED daily, FOUR ROOM FURNISHED apartment company each and every bid. Its Chairman PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE Prefer color Usa Da Pont Color 7.., .
The Hoard to ATTEST
reserves the right :
f $!.00 bushel Weekends only. Private entrance. reject any or all bids. D. 0. Or.leyExOfficio OF SALE Fist House Paint. .
\t J. Lohman AlA Amelia 421 No. 3rd St tic Dated this 8th.. day of August. ClerkADOPTED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, 4
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this 6th day of August, pursuant to a Final Decree of Foreclosure
tic 1S63.JIM .... .
qty THOMAS Chairman 19 3. entered in cause numbered
3 BEACH APARTMENTS Board County Commissioners, BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 2669. in the Circuit Court of NassauCounty 42 0# ..
I MATCHED SET Diamond and furnished or unfurnis. ed. Week Nassau County. Florida OF NASSAU COUNTY Florida I will sea the proper.t .
Attest: FLORIDA. situated in Nassau County, Florida, .. .
ding band, new. Priced to month or year round. 56 S. ; .
D. 0. O>:ley. Clerk.2i Ly: Jim ThomasAs described as: -
cell See Bertie at Florida Fletcher. Ph. 2613183. tie 8-8.15 Its Chairman Begin in the SE corner of the .
I Bjank Uc.I ATTEST: SWU of SW i of Section 23, Township HOYSE:PilNfRESISTS .
PUBLIC D. 0. 0iIeyEx.Officio 2 North. Range 24 East; -
TWO ROOM FURNISHED
RECONDITIONED RT a- NOTICE Clerk4t thence run West 300 feet to the
SPA { partment suitable for couples TRADE XAMEt&W 81,15,22,29 Pout of Beginning: thence North
I PLUGS guaranteed 10,000 only. 310 N. 5th St tic (NOTICE UNDER' flfmoUS fc 1H feet; thence West 50 feet; FADING"DULUX"Trlm Room Air ConditionerAt :
nyles. Set of 8, $2.40. SHIELL'S NAME LAtV) theact South 100 feet; thence Eaat
Notice is hereby given jkat the undersigned PUBLIC NOTICENotice 50 feet to the Point of Ifeginmng.Iteing : .
SWAP SHOP, 16 North 4th FOR BEACH RENTALS, call 261- pursuant to -nil fictitious a part of lands deeded to & Shutter. EnamelNassau.Jjjjlding ; .
is
that
hereby order
st. 4642 W. I. McCranie. Will be i name statute, being Section 865.09. of dated August 12. 1953 given, has been an issued Nancy Ruth Whitfield. Deed Cook
:
the Florida Statutes. will register 273. Page 23 Nassau County, Fin
to show the beach the
glad by undersigned authorizing the
anyone :
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court in Ida.a
BRlND NEW 753 pound' capa- apts and cottages. tie I and for Nassau County Florida upon ficial name cf number the oil screw DEVINAL owned of. public sate to the highest and best & -
chy chest type freezer. 1 year receipt of proof of publication of this ieorge Ralph Wolff 231532.of which Fernan by buteer for cash at the main entrant!
notice the fictitious to-wit: o<( the Nassau County Courthouse in .
SMALL UNFURNISHED house name. -
arantee. Call 261-
g $278.00 dma Beach. Florida is the home port
OCEAN TERRACE MOTEL cot incorporated Fernandina Beach. Florida,
( during Co.
4491 Chucks T.V. tic for rent. 1310 Franklin St. Call ) under which they are engaged to be changed to RCA the legal hours of sale on the 26u Sup,?|!' '
THOMAS G. HALL
Cor.
261-5277 for further information. I In business at 382 South Fletcher Deputy Collector of Customs day of August. 1963. L. B. Reese Plumbing & Heating ;
LOVELY RED BRICK home. Avenue in the City of Fernan Port of Fernandina Beach. Florida (SEAL) D. 0. OXLE\ :. .
tic dma Beach. Florida. 4t j CLERK CIRCUIT COURT 1129 S. 8th. Pkme 2613618iha1on ....
205 S. 19th. Across from Sr. 8-15,22.29.9-5 i
The parties interested in said bus!- | BY J. WARREN JACKSON, SR. ..n'.fJiI' .
High School Will take a lot i BEACH APARTMENT, fum'W-; 'I tness enterprise are as follows: I Deputy Clerk I "We Service Everything We Sell" .:....

op beach for down' payment i ed. Year round rental, must /ll sLACY] IRMA WHATLEY.MAVIS S.fifty VTHATLEY per cent;, Kb George Lynch A. Building Stelogeannis $ Paints
Trade I Street Phone 261-189-
G W. lIoward, ; builder, Ph.i be locally employed. $60 per fifty per cent. At Home Jacksonville 2. Florida HOt South 8th

2614008. Ue month. 278 S. Fletcher tIc Robert L. Rowe Jr.. Atty.It Attorney for Plaintiff -
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I I Hear Hear so that tie taxes they pay will
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: Safes increaseOf \ : { r '.. I be for the cost of their government
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN J. "Oar children merit our
j support
I \ The Churches HETALTWr i r i not ours." Rep. Thomas.

Amelia City CHURCH Near Intersection 7.97%, : fj. 6 f ?: I of frugal.--government- -now---I -Curtis-----It-Mo.(--)-

: CHURCH OF CHRIST ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL A1AA. i ..
South 14th Street CHURCH F. Gerbhardt,.Pastor By Wi Dixie;; \ : I II sy sat Purr There are many ways
: Kenneth L Jones, Minister The Rev. James D. Ellisor, Rector tf:00: a.m MornJnService[ '
Sunday: Bible Study .. 10:00: a.m. 7:30 A.M. Holy communion 9:00 a.m. Sunday School Jacksonville, Fla. r of Your Doctor of Mtdicne, A report from Darktown-on- to finance purchase
Miming\ Worship ...11:00 a.m. 10:00 A.M! Choral Eucharist An increase of 7.97x;:. in Local.edicl Medical Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. 11:15 A.M. Church School TABERNACLE BAPTIST was recorded by
fered chills. and nausea at the
Tuesday: Singing Practice 7:30 5:00: P.M. Episcopal Young CHURCH' Stores during the 52-week & DISPOSALS; t; CapitoL BUT IT ALWAYS PAYS
_. -.- p.m.. ChurchmenThis Amelia Road Phone 261-3487 which ended July 27, 1963, HEAlTH.PROBLEM' jfc OBI
"(Held arvarious members homes) ( is the schedule of. every Rev. Loyd, Chambers, Pastor announced today by it Rep. Smith is 80 years old and J
'Wednesday: Mid-Week Bible Sunday with the exception of the Sunday School 10 a.m. Stores, Inc. *of tb*big*health prob a leader of teSouthern conservative 1 TO 1r DEAL WHERE YOU
of today is safe disposal II block.)''Tf&e chills puzzled
Study _._ 7:30 p.m.. last Sunday/ the month) Morning Worship 11' a.m. The Winn-Dixie 52-week and garbage. A sur- Particularly .
Thursday: Ladies Class 10:30 a.m. *1 Evening' Worship '7 p.n. volume totaled $ amount of garbage piles his veteran since he's colleagues.been pretty hot E GET EVERY ADVANTAGE!
.(Held at various members homes) CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday Service 7'' p.m. compared with $774,854,495 even a small community
under the collar most of the time
Bailey RoadJ. CHURCH OF GOD time last year, an few days, and garbage is a

ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC C. BYRD, PASTOR Cor. 4th and Cedar Sts. $61,736,052. .known flies'and source.other insects of trouble and lately. 'obviously
The nausea was reported,
: CHURCH Sunday School -' 10 A.M. Riv. L. Marvin Johnson, Pastor Sales during the mice and other vermin..
Rev. W. J. Holmes, Pastor Morning Worship 11 A.M.; Phone 261-3807 period ended July 27, 1963 & cities, and towns have the administration by someone, as caused supporting We're fully equipped to give you the best .
:Sunday Mass _, 2nd, 4th Evening Service 7:30 P.M. 10:00 a.ra. Sunday School taled $63,506,841 compared t efficient pickup and I by something he had apparently kind of service in all phases of financingand
Sunday ,,..._. 7:30: a.m. 11:00 a.m. Morning Service $58,238,991 for the services for"garbage, eaten. refinancing
Sunday Mass .... ._.. 1st, 3rd LAST SUNDAY OF THE YPE. Friday Evening 7:30 p.m.r period ended July 28, 19 the. householder must do Old Howard Smithcan
too. SaaiUry storage Poppycock,
:30 Evening Service
p.m. increase of $5,267,850, or
Monday,5th Young Sunday People, 11:30 7 p.m.a.ra. 7:30 A.M. MONTH- Holy Communion Prayer meeting Wednesday .- The company, which few simple requiresobservance rules. cooked eat and anything' served, even iff the the Senate stuff loans-uP @.to $ 00O. -

Daily 8 a.m. 10:00 A.M. Morning, Prayerand 7:30'p. a number of and using properly cafe, with no ill effects.
Saturday Convent Chapel Sermon this area, now has a total )J:30) Communion in Convent 11:15 A.M. Church School BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH retail stores and, eight the containers Rep. Smith is a Virginian, the A.C. FINANCECORPORATION ,
429 South 6th Street real McCoy. It was somethinghe I
units throughout the South, cjean sanitary condition.
6:30: P.M. Young People'sMeeting. 5:00 P.M. Episcopal Young
Churchmen Rev. John O'Neil, Pastor pared with 561 retail : -the containers ia the either heard or read that :
Sunday Services: 'place-at'the right time nauseated him.: It could be he
# 10:00 A.M. Sunday, School eight wholesale units in : the pickup trucks. heard Bobby' Kennedy testifying AMOUNT PAYMENTS FOlc .
'
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD PRINCE OF PEACE 11:00 A.M. Morning Worship :j liquid' from gar- about it, or he could have' finally YOU en MONtHS 20 MONtHS 11 MONTHS 12 MONTHS
Rer. E. A. Lewis, faster LUTHERAN CHURCH 6:30: p.m. ___ B.T.U. PINE GROVE : ; ge and', bundling' bulky. read Jack's civil rights bill that S 75.00 $' 5.06 $. 5.47 S.7.55
.10.00: a.m. Sunday School Donald R. Himmelman, Pastor 7f>0 P.M. Men's Prayer. Service CHURCH .* required, separating Robert wrote. 160.00 $- 99 10.79 11.6116.11
11:00: am. Won? Service Phone 261-5634 7:30 p.m. --r Evening Worship RT. A. Z. Knight, ashes and Tubbbh. And Rep.: Smith ain't: the only A25.00 2.c:86': 2f.3S. 30.69, .c2. 0 '
: 6:30 p.m. C. A. Youth Services Sunday .School _.._" 9:45 a. m. Tuesday: School of, thes;' preau- member of congress who just, I
Sunday 9:45
: 600.00 3.c.39 39.34 A2.66 59.35 :
7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service Worship Service ......, 11:00 a. m. 7:00 p.m. Visitation is a small price to pay for can't stomach that Bobby has
Thursday mid week service. $ /7. /7'" Morning Worship 11 'you willreceive cooked up.; something that has 303: Atlantic AvenueFtrncmdlna '
,
accident fires
disease ,
: 7:30 p.m. CHURCH OF GOD OF FIRST'BAPTIST CHURCH 11:00 a.m. Morning' ..Di.we.btaring in- nauseated more people than mal
PROPHECYRev. Rev. ,J. T. Dunnara Pastor 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic 'S and animals are attracted de mer.. leach,Florida
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN H. C. Drury, Pastor Worship Services: 8:30 A.M. unsanitary environment. Telephone 261-3681' ,
> CHURCH 10:00: a.m. Sunday School 11:00,A.M. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday V.LB. containers should.be me. Surveys show that 'of all the J
r Rev.. John Dozier, Pastor, Training Union 7:00 p.m.t 8:00 P3L People plastic and should have items in the newspaper, adver- Qgkt Hours: Doily 9-5; Wednesday I Saturday Ml

1 8:30: A.M.t Evening Worship 8:00 p.m. Sunday School 9:45 A.M. 7:45 __ Prayer lids. It advisable of tising ranks first in interest I ALSO-- ,FIVE CONVENIENT OFFICES, IN JACKSONVILLE--........ '
Worship Services; ..11:00: A. M. I Wed. Night Prayer I II Training Union -6:45: P.M. ..n,A, n ,.. that some the type enclo- : among women. I i "
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. I Meeting r._........ 8 p.m.1'Prayer Service .._...... Wednesday JIEMORIAD can so be kept clean surrounding and' so -- --- ---
Youth Meetings 6:00 P.M. Wednesday; 7:30 P3I. CHURCH! .will not.be easily I
Nelson P. Moyer, by stray animals. ,
9:45 a.m. Sunday stored garbage is I
as well as unsanitary.
11:00 a.m. Morning '
6:15 p.m. MYF Supper.& physicians.urge everyone
his trash and
gar.
disposal, facilities and DAYS !
7:30 p.m. Evening certain',they are' sanitary, .

*. 6fir
FIVE. POINTS

CHURCHJ. information, will be re-j ) I; ,
f W. Keen, Pastor prior to opening of the .. '

9:45) a.m. t.....,,.,_ Sunday I season. Inquiries should .
11:008.m.. '- Morning to the Game and Fresh! I I : "- -
6:30 p.m. Training Fish Commission, P. 0. SAVE: ; MONEY Buying Your
Our Precision Tune-Up Get Our Brake Check-Up Let Us Check Your Wheel i':30 p.m. Evening, : Lake City, Florida.] I' By. .
Will Bring Peak Perform. Now! Your Life May De- Alignment and Balance. 'Wednesday prayer service, j .

ante Back To Your Mopend On The Prompt Ac- You'll Drive More Safely! p.n. TIRES NOW ,
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tor. lion of Your Brakes. *, *. .. R I H ; .
NORTH'' 14th STREET

COMPLETE ONE STOP SERVICE FOR ALL MAKE CARS I Rev.BAPTIST Ran Humphreys: CHURCH, f. '\ ; R; 1 r Mriw4w4vAwAw/iW

9:45 a.m. Sunday } ,
11:00 ajn. Morning Dth,7" I I I I '
7:00 Coin* Operated' 1 'lasserre Motor (0.I.
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t. I .
Harrell's
I Auto' Service: 8:00 p.m. '.at Evening :
7:30 p.m. -.. Mid-Week Doris Howard, I .
_. IIIYOUR RAMBLER: DEALER: : Manager I rp Your Ford Dealer Since 1910


PHONE 261.4117 STH AND JASMINE STREETS -'- Game &. Beech Sts. J .. .. ,. ,111.61',1181- # .

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p\ / For Dove, Skooti .


1'I LAKE CITY Seven : O :. LIVE' BETTER 1 \WITH A

totaling over 700 acres, .
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provided for public dove rr-
ing in the Northeast

? during the 1963-64 season, ; SUPERMARKET: :
the Game and, Fresh Water

Commission! according to \.
ional Manager Brantley R .I
"The basic purpose of,
Commission's dove field pr j 6

f t f is convenient to provide.place the hunter to In.. Your. Kitchen!:

V- sport, and to insure at ,
\ erage hunter success,"
I $ '
I ; "This. stated. "Each field has l
\ planted with a combin
'corn, millet, or peanuts."
Is The
.
Location of fields
are as
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\ lows
: George Townsend
,I'1,: and Dalton; Mereer Field, BudgetSaving J
.. i.li.:t I : HappiestMan .son 'County; 'Norman .. t .
I : ,' ; : .
t. Field,' Suwannee County;
Lewis Field; Alachaa ; r : : : 1F f fff rR

InFernandina Ed Yarborough Field,
.1 t ,
...
... County; Santa Juana Field MOo ,
f Camp Blanding Field, Clay :

\ .ty.A $2.00 permit is t; Food Freezer!'

\r \ Beach! each day's hunt, and will be j l'f.t t: < :
at the fields on hunt days
_J for the Ed Yarborough and I : .' ,: T Popular size-404 Ibs. capacity!

...... .;. Blanding fields. To obtain a f :\' ... u
a Proved zero zone freezing
dt. ', even ,
mit for these fields
,
\ at extreme And
.. .:: : \ must send name, address, 7t,tY: : \ temperatures -
,
her' of hunting license, and }..t Frigtdaire refrigerator:
gk3a
y. for each permit to the AP y: 1 ":. 1 --- dependability!
HE JUST Commission in Lake City. ,

of field must also be spec 3 full-width refrigerated
\ SAID: Children under 15 years of art e shelves, plus! bulky bin
are required to obtain a
-r': -
g j. though exempt from re full-width shelf. Rust-resistant
hunting license. Residents Porcelain Enamel interior! ;
5 65 years of age' do not .
GOODBYE TO OIL CHANGES"YOU. : permit. I full-width, extra-deep door.
I Dates for Florida's t shelves-removable'fronts! I
dove season are Oct. 5 1 y
I Nov. 28- Dee. 14;.Dec. 21 .Ask about Food Spoilage Warranty! :
CAN TOO WITH
: A TOTALLY NEW, I
12. Bag limit is 10 doves per ,,_, i
Shooting hours are from 12 ': I, d 1.11s .
it .
to sunset gill 1 .IMF /

= Oil CLEANER Goodson said no field ; LIBERAL

TT : open the first day of the .
wide season. (Oct. 5)). Each : '
Model UfD.12.S3: T IDE I"
: i KEEPS OIL CLEAN 100' OF THE TIME ing except, will the be one open on two Camp days a I 11. .It. nit'1IfItlf1: LeI. or riPt-baad[ dml ; 11'FRIG'IDAER'E t

THOUSANDS. SUCCESSFUL OPERATION and dates will vary to 1
,, Y} ',, least one field in the ; ALLOWANCES. 1
i UNCONDITIONAL MONEY BACK' GUARANTEE be open everyday except t : : ;

.' ... For 12Full'' Months 'It of Goodson the seven further dove stated fields, I -PRODUCT OP' GENERAL MOTORS 4 easy terms ,

been leased from private '! f

REPLACEMENT CARTRIDGES ONLY 1.5'c owners opportunity", and for this the presents a .,


: FOR' A FREE DEMONSTRATION CONTACT further tions. The hunter-landowner consideration : :i

hunter shows for the l Hondo: nm Vims Co.
property can also effect the
ROGER HOWARD 127 N. 14th i ST. cess of the dove field

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