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 Material Information
Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: August 22, 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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33142109
notis - AFA6512
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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VOLUME 105 NUMBER 49 FERNANDINA] BEACH, FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1963 12 PAGES THIS ISSUE lk PER COPY
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t for The Fernandina w forerunner Beach to big may things well>>:' To Meet Here Friday For Bridge Discussion


t be in the making Friday when top
officials and engineers of the
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t Florida and departments 1 I
Georgia highway *
will meet here. Hopes \ Powers And Pope' I .... .,.., .'- .. ,
for the bridge from Fernandina I 'v"

Beach to St. Mary's,. Ga., are x .
I brighter than anyone can ever remember i Head DelegationsTop
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and the meeting itself is I ?

mute evidence to this feeling. No I jji ranking Florida and Geor ,;( 1
stone should be left unturned to
gia highway officials and engineers .. .,t
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insure the success of the meeting will meet here Friday afternoon r" +: ... 1/' ; 'c,
and the early approval of a bridge. to discuss the feasibilityand s
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possibly make plans for a
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high level bridge from Fernan- w f
dina Beach is a city fast approaching .h ''.S
dina Beach to St. Mary's, Georgia ; ':
J J the 10,000 mark in pop I II The proposed bridge has long;
ulation and the
, compare present Northeast
been dream of
a many
budget of the Chambers of Com-1 1 i .
I Floridians and Southeast Georg- *' M' '
with that figure I begin I
merce ,
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conceded V
I ians and it is generally .V.y
to wonder just exactly where wo that, if built, it will prove a boonto
think we are going and how longit s
the economy of both areas.
will take there. The 1
us to get
The Florida delegation will be
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budget of relatively ;
$12,500 seems
headed by Ralph Powers, of Lake
when consider that this
puny you City, state road board chairman 4
is only a little over $1 per person ''for this district. REVIVED INTEREST in a bridge from Fernandina Reach to St. Mary's brings back

I suggest that it is time who wei, ri I I Powers will be accompanied by memories to many of the old-timers here of the days when there was regular boat
to hamstring those
work cease on Chamber activities! and Jay Brown, head engineer for the service between Fernandina Beach, St. .Mary's and Brunswick. Shown here is the

look a little more to the vast p<*-i I Florida Highway Department; Hildegarde, one of a fleet of swank vessels that made the run. The picture, taken
tential of this area. I suggest Jim Brewer, division engineerwith about 1910' was furnished the NewsLeader by Harry Lohman, native son and col
further that the budget should be offices in Lake City; and lector of items ordinary and extraordinary.Rayonier i .
Ward assistant to Brewer. LONNIE POPE _
Jim I
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doubled with quadrupling not too t
From Georgia will come Lon- } Executive AssistantTo I,
far
Things are happeningin
Northeast away. Florida. What will nie Pope, Executive Assistant to''!i Georgia Road Board j j and Union Tax Equalization Fernandina Is 12thIn
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our share be. The city will re I' .r.Coach ...-.. the Georgia .Road Board. With !I i!I Resume NegotiationsAt i State Destinations
ceive between $30,000 and J40.COO'I I Iif \ him will be John Wilkerson, hi h-I' !
}, revenue from the new cigarettetax way designing engineer; H. II.; I Anderson Arrested : press time negotiations were : Board Stands Pat ; Of Auto TouristsLatest

in the next year. Why not puta Huckeba, planning engineer; Ed still underway between Haon-
goodly portion of this windfall i: Logan, Southeast division engi-i, ier Incorporated and the localsof i On Assessments figures released by t the
to work promoting other windfalls i neer; and.Rob Ledford chief of By F.B.I. On Forged the Pulp, Paper and SulphiteMill Florida Development Commitfcicn -
such as additional industry, ...... ... public relations for the Georgiu : Workers. I i show that Fernandina
increased harbor activity, new road board. The union has rejected a Ray :i Despite considerable pressure'I Beach has zoomed up to 12lh
residents and the like. I, for one, I Also expected to attend is Ed Check Counts Here onier proposal and last week a I from, owners of timber land in place in the stall as the destination

am growing pretty weary of seeing Gaynor, III, a member of the:. strike vote was held. Results the county, the Board of Coumy -,f automobile tourists.
Chamber officers butt their I i> Georgia road board. Gaynor is1 i Freedom was short lived for C of the vote have not been revealed I Commissioners stood pat behind The figures are compiled from
heads against penny-pinching, to RALPH POWERS ,i president of the Brunswick Pulp i iI ; S. Anderson, alias Neal Anderson pending negotiationswhich j,'Tax Assessor Eddie McKendree : information turned in by the
District Two Member Of Florida Road Board
stay within the budget 1 and Paper Co. I II who had stolen 15 checks resumed. Tuesday this as they sat as a tax equalization highway welcome stations at
! I I The meeting will be held at 3' late in July, from the regular week. :; board Monday. I Florida's state lines.
Apparently there are those who i p.m. in the private dining room payroll check book at Harrell']} :: j i The large number attending, Although Miami and Daytona
feel that the News-Leader has' Benner Gets Pirate Prospects of the Seaside Inn. Although it''! Auto Service where he was employed I the.meeting overflowed the Connmission I Beach far outranked most all
erred in the handling of the rumb-, I is not a public meeting, but more forging them as payroll, Marion Beckham i i chambers in the courthouse others, the figures showed Fer-
lings coming from Humphreys' Info Full Practice For 1963 Season or less a get-together between the with deductions for social security 1 i and the 'meeting was moved -;i nandina Beach well ahead of
Memorial Hospjtalr} This wa: \ I road officials and engineers, theie withholding, etc. i Passe At i to the courtroom! I 1 Key West, St. Augustine, 1).1m.I .

manifest in the promoting of ,a j I II If' has been considerable.. attendant ; Anders. \ .2tit ested.by F.B.I,'1 Home; Spokesman for a large groupof Beach Silver Springs, Jackson-
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Metropolitanfiewsptfr' reporter DVCoach : RDOS Coach Beorl idvaot.1i t'any publicity and it i ,expected i' agents Tuesday in Louisville, Ga., fFuneral the timberland owners was 'H. ,' Title Heath, Safasota" and other
td attend a recent .stormy meeting Wayne Benner broke his i names this week since some of I that a numbed \f fress, and tele- where he was taken from a bus i; Tuesday .I B. Osborne,. Jr., a member! the tourist Meccas. .
of the hospital board. There\ 1963 football hopefuls out early )t the prospects haven't reported for vision representatives will cover' enroute to Swainsboro, his home Jacks6nville law firm of Matthews S I t tI
nothing unusual in areporter Monday morning for twOra-day I| practice yet and he wants to give i!
is usually : the session I i town. Funeral for .Marion N. Beck- I Osborne and Ehrlich. i
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\ practice sessions readying themselves all equal share of publicity Educators
attending public an I
any The proposed bridge would cut; Anderson faces two charges in ham, 58, was l held Tuesday at 11 Despite an interpretation by County
for the 10-game slate facing until such time player deservesmore
until take into con i: a (
meeting you \
the distance from Fernandina i Swainsboro, a traffic violationand 'a.m. at Oxley Mortuary Chapel, I i County. Attorney' Thos. J. Shave,
from the. Pirates this The than another.
sideration that a reporter I season. !' Beach to St. Mary's, two of the1! resisting arrest. Sheriff H. J. with Rev. James T. Dunnam, pastor -'Jr., that the Tax Equalization Attend Clearwater
in question has not at- Pirates will play five'games at About 45 boys ,reported for tleI
the paper has filed detainerfor !! Board could review individual
oldest known settlements in the J Ji i Youngblood a I of the First Baptist Church, only -
board meetingin 1 home and five on the road.: initial practice at o'clock
tended a hospital games. seven i (Continued on Page Three) Anderson, who will be extra. i''officiating. Interment followed in !! complaints, Osborne spoke at
many years if ever and that \ I Monday morning which' pleased I dited after he has answered the I Bosque Bello Cemetery. length in behalf of.his client, School Seminar ..
Coach Benner and his staff of I
his presence was presumably re- Commission Sets charges in Georgia. citing that there were some 40-,
quested. It should alsobe noted I City Red Bean Bob Stover and .(George Chamber Lends I Mr. Beckham, ,passed away at i:, ,
that the other Jacksonville daily, R'eorgan'ization.Meet I Tyson and the more pleasant Anderson faces 11 counts of f his residence l last Sunday following 000 to 45,000 acres represented. In Clearwater last week for a
subdued publication, did I thought is the fact that' more I forgery here.Tentative. a lengthy illness.A i| Osborne noted that the tae ; 3-day Florida Education Association

a not more carry a single line of the For Friday Night II players will' report as, soon as Support To Bridge I native of* Campbell, he had 1 i i assessor had increased the tax ;'' school of instruction were
resident per acre from $4 to $7 in 193a; three educators from
(Continued on Page Two) summer jobs are over. BudgetFor been a of Fernandina Nasjau
\, The annual reorganization I The early sessions. are generally Beach, for the past 48 years. He 'and that this year it was hiked i County.
meeting of the Fernandina for two hours, 'from. ", seven Meeting Friday County OperationSet was engaged in the plumbing and from $7 to $15. He said that it |I I The seminar, held at the Jack
Ordnance Team To !leach City Commission slated I until nine each morning with the At $843,350,90: electrical business until his rc-I was unfair, unreasonable and dis-i Tar Harrison Hotel in Clearwater
for 8 Friday night,in Com i criminating to tax these
D.RU | afternoon session beginning. at The Fernandina Beach Chamber I | tiiement j peopLe was for state, district and
mission chambers at City HalL six. I ; Survivors include widow I (timber land owners) this year county officers of the FEA.
four his
ClassIn and ending.at of Commerce, meeting Monday A tentaive budget of $843,350.90 I
Conduct 3rd Hilton I.. Kitchens nest 1)- I The first sessions have sent the ; I Earline Beckham \ since McKendree's revaluationi
in monthly 1 session, voted to' has been proposed for county op- Mrs. Fernan : Those attending from Nassau
elected commissioner .in Group | boys through plenty of running lend financial support to the meeting i eration during the 1963-64 fiscal 1 dina Beach; four daughters, Mrs. i program was not fully completed were George Tyson, president of
two, will be sworn in to replaceE. and has caused blisters and Grace Holland Mrs. : in other areas of the county. !Ii 5
Civil Defense many here Friday of Florida and year. I Betty Fiege Area of the FEA, Mrs. Jeanette -
J. Smith, currently servin. i a few charlie-horses which Ben- Georgia highway officials and en-I The Board of Commissionerswill i and Miss Patty Ann Beckham,i He cited that the Board had Fincannon, president of-the
as major. I ner feels will work out with more gineers. meet on Friday, August 30, I Fernandina Beach, and Mrs. Bar i listened to complaints of. motel Nassau County Classroom Tt%Lb-
UV WALTKK J. PRESTON, JK. At the meeting; a major will ,:, practice.The The support will include, other I at 10 a.m. in their chambers at bara Irons, Atlanta; four sons, ?I. ;{ owners in a recent year and had'II ers Association and Fred Mo
CD DIKECTOtt be named for the coming )'ear. Pirates will get into hea\7 than the regular meeting, a dinner the court house to hear requestsor M. Beckham, Jr., William Beck 'materially reduced their assess Swain, president of the Nassau
The third in the series of Sat- He will be chosen by the five [ duty Friday when they don the' for the visitors and other enter- I complaints regarding the budget I i i ham, Fernandina Beach, Melvin ; ments and that such could be implemented ; County Education Association
urday classes, conducted under commissioners, Ben Sorensen. i pads for some rough work, al- tainment during their visit here. as it is presented. !!i Beckham, St. Augustine, and I in this case. > Tyson is a teacher in the Fer
the joict auspices of the Sheriff'sDeparttent i I E. J. Johnson Jr., Jchn Tilia- i i though Benner says he intends to President Chuck Flenniken | The proposed budget, in item-i>i Glenn Beckham, Atlanta; five I Osborne added that "relative nandina Beach schools, Mrs. Fin-
and Civil Defense, los, L. L Bohannon and Kit i I hold them back on contact work: I II showed a report from the Florida I| ized form, is carried on Page Six i' brothers, A. S., J, E., and V. 31.Continued to everyone else the timberland cannon in Yulee and McSwain in
I will be held Saturday August 24 I chens as one of that number. i I (Continued on page three) Development Commission in which I of this issue of the News-Leader j'I l' ( on Page Three) ,I (Continued On Page Six) I Milliard.
r at 8 am. in the Court Boon, Also to be named at the meeting I I !j --.- -- ---- -- -
I Fernandina Beach ranked
was

County Beach Court House Fernandina. !i I choice will of be a city the manager Commission's and a ;. Container, Rayonier automobile 12th in the state tourists in the listing number this of i|I f : I' \ : 1

The class will be instructed by city attorney. The city attorney I Ii i Hosts At Dinner city as their destination. :i

an Army Ordnance Team from i doubles as city judge. I TeachersThe J. D. Daugherty reported on' L .% ; :
Third Army, Atlanta, Ga., ou the i Tonight For overtures the industrial committee I : : I i

I subject of Explosive This should Ordnanc bean Band Parents Set local divisions: of Container has had from small businesses :;

Reconnaissance. Corporation of America and Ray-', and said that follow ups are be- !
interesting subject to personnel ; Rummage Sale onier Incorporated will be co- ing made. L". I Ic'M

ti that operations.may be engaged Just Jri i because emergency : Two Weekends !i I hosts tonight to school personnel i ii The annual meeting was discussed : p .> \ I \ 1 I ; 4

I Jo arc living in a nuclear age I The Band Parents Association 1 i at The a dinner.get-acquainted<$$$..t1ilDerflU& that and Hugh plans are Stone being Jr.made, reported t "

I does: not mean that we could not Mill hold a rummage sale on Friday be held at 7 p.m j?''ln'tt'b.h c Fernan- for the affair and that a guest ''' .'

become engaged in a conventionaltype i August 30th, and Saturday dina Beach High Sfcfaiol fcafetcna.I speaker is being secured. ; j'
conflict I the 31st, and again on Friday I Members were advised of the i' ,
The visiting Ordnance Team I Sept 6, and Saturday. Sept 7, at Florida Crown Council of Cham ,
will teach us how to find uncx- the old Ingram Furniture store. I,, Registration For bers of Commerce in Jacksonville .1".
plodod ordnance, how to mark it! I Everyone is: urged to bring all I II I St. Michael's School Beach on August 31 and noted
isolate the aica and school band
report it, rummage to the high
perhaps get rid of it should the :I room. The band parents are also! !!: Set u9ust17 re-resent s <: ..

i I need arise.. I IIi reminded to bring their rummage. beauty pageant on that day. '. 'R, v a//l /,
Ii It is hoped that all police officers Registration for kindergarten .. ', ti ,
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J firemen, auxiliary firemen I 'i through the sixth grade will be V 1 yr 3ky
and policemen and all personnelthat I Yulee Fire Fighters held on August 27th at St. Micr- Fairley! Styron '

will be engaged in emergency -i Want New Members; :! ael's School The hours will be Suffers Burns In
attend this class.: I II ; from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon and -'
operations }
i Meet Wednesdays. I from 1:00: p.m. to 5:00 p.m 1.I. Boat ExplosionFairley ; h '
I Children entering the 1st grade': ;
W. N. ap Kin, Jr.Receives The recently organized Yulee are requested to bring their birth' F. Styron, former resi- f ",.

f Degree At I Fire Fighters Association announced -,I certificate. dent, suffered 2nd and 3rd degree Y, ; a .
this week that their nt .. i! Classes will begin September 3.jHarrell bums over one.third of his bodyin ..'..,<
Ga. State College I ly acquired fire truck is ready an explosion aboard his boat .
I for service and that a fire department I while docked at Beaufort, N. C., 7
W N. Galphin, Jr. was graduated : will be organized there in Ii i In Miami_ on August 10. ,

on August 16 from Georgia : the near future. For Rambler Preview Styron was installing a new
State College, Atlanta at which ;i The Association meets each carburator on the engine of hs -,- :,
time he received the degree of i Wednesday night at 8 p.m. in tie Jimmy Harrell,. of Barrel" boat when the explosion: occurred
Bachelor of Business Administration. | Yulee High School and a membership Auto Service, left yesterday for completely destroying the vessel

I drive is underway. Anyone -.Miami Beach to attend a preview The Beaufort Rescue Squad ..
Galphin is a native q"erl1an- interested is invited to mctt of the 1964 Nash Ramblers. rushed him to Moorehead City

dina, receiving his high i' schooi !'with( the group at any regular Rambler dealers will meet at Hospital where he is hospitalized. .' "" .....
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education here. He ia 'presently meeting. the Doral Hotel and the mair Mrs. Styron, who was: standingon ( JACK O'CALLAGHAN( ) and Y. E. HALL stand on sets left the docks of the Gulf Oil Corp. here Saturdayfor
the Firsl National
employed by : I President of the Fire Fightersis showing will be in the Miami the dock with her granddaugt.-
the foredeck of the La Crevette VI they made final the 10daytrip to Barbados and subsequent shrimping
Bank of Atlanta. \ i Emory Walker. Other officers Beach auditorium. ter Darby Lynne Cessna, age 4, as arrangements ;
He is the son of )Ir, and Mrs. I are Jim Mead, vice president; i iI Harrell was accompanied bj I was taken to the hospital 'where i for the sailing of the last three additions to off the coast of South America (See next week's issue of

W. X. Galphin, Sr., of Fernandina I Ivey Crump, secretary and .Jim I Joe Joyner, a salesman for tae she was trated for shock and re- the shrimp fleet they are operating out of Barbados in the the News-Leader for a feature story on the pioneering by

Beach... .";j, .."_-'. i I my Stevens'r treasurer. ,'" local -Rambler' agency. ..' .... :.leaned, The child was cot Injured: ,t West Indies The trio of aW new, gleaming white vest Hall and O'Callajhan of a shrimp industry in Barbados)l,

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PA 4 e Ts-o Nevrs-Leader, Feraandtea Ba'ch. Florida l Thursday, August 22, 1933 -' 1 1 I drH@d, postage free envelops I'I i

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all that tb.-oter has to'do-nalo
: BEACH NEWS-LEADER MARINA LOG mark Hs) *Choices the ballot, :
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511 ASH STREET PHONES 3686 .,,361'2 I seal it in the envelope provided Ii

'. A John ,K. Perry Newspaper \ meeting.. If sensational type reporting and!9iffi&\tr the maiL..1l'bai1 1

== Kay tolftitll. Editor and M1na[..r j .'-., c. I was what was desired Voters in Nassau f lots are kept confidential and i;
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...-.. I 4A \ Cviclwys and Enyinvs then such desires were fulfilled. no oye.bat the voter Will \ bw j

:::: && NATIONAL EDITORIALTERNANDJNA / The soiled wash was hung out for The county ASCS office announced howheJttWd. ballots*inu'st'bepost '. ;

--... : D I AfJThCGYldN' i / /-fG ...*- ,.... -. : all to see. This, in no way changesmy today that ASC election marked priod to midnight
opinion that rifts at the hos-
m- counted
: AugustGOi.in order to be
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1cIt. : U :J r ballots have been mailed to all }I
I ::2 .rocu.'rF \ ,. : -w. pital should be solved at the hos- known eligible ASC voters in th. in the-tabulation for the :ftien.l
;?=:: p'tal and not on the streets, in ,Ballets may also be returned to ''i
4 ABC AUDITED PAlO CIRCULATIONZ --..-... ... ." o county. II/rtle .Mikkeben, Coun-
... restaurants, barber shops, beauty the County ASCS office in !
per-
.:: Published every Thursday aDd entered at the Post Officea.rr ty Office Manager, stated that
( -' -- parlors or any place where people son 07 the voters during office I
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Fernandina Beach Florida, as Second class mail matter. the more than 300 fanner and 1
Subscription Rates: gather and talk. The News- rancher voters in the' count ''hours any time prior to the August 1r

=,' $4 a year $2J5 6 months 1.25 3 Months{ I i|substantiatedcharges should receive the'r: ballots uith) 30 deadline. -,' t!f
,. I Boats docking at the new City t and proper legal act'on -
in the next few days. She urged I
curt Marina during the past week O II i( no matter from which angle farmer rancher failsto
1 I they I consider the Hospital any or who Newspapers are printed on
come.
hating tabby houseat were as follows, with the name
board the medical staff and receive a ballot to 'contact the paper ,calfpd newsprint" The
ThENoton Ash and 'Seventh Streets &111 of the boat the owner his address i ASCS office.
edifice that causes almost 'every : and length of boat listed the administrator to be men of :newsprint used by all U. S. news
integrity, vision and wisdom U-- To be eligible to vote in the would rirde
: in one day
Counter visitor to Fernandina Beach to. in that sequence. papers
unleash his camera and start to Miss Tally, W. L Walker, Tallahassee til proved beyond a shadow of annual election a person must the earth 11 times. '
I doubt to be otherwise. As such I have an interest in a farm as an
;::j Y PAUL WARWICK snapping pictures. j I. Fla., 20'Alley I tenant J
or sharecropperand
that Nassau No. owner
Much of Ed's collection deals I) Cat IV Dr. T. R. Alley. |c suggest County's
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.:i I with national issues and .could i iJ Long Pont: Md., 27'Rava '11 med'cal: edifice be considered j be eligible to tab'part'1\ "HOW ,MUCHNSURANCE
where in of the Federal farm
& my experience have first as a place to ease the discomforts one programs -
if turned j A. R. Sellers, St. Simcus
!J provide: a real sensation
I ever encountered a more *<>.nsirve of the ailing to bring administered by the ASC
I Island Ga. 25'Mona
loose in the right channels. ,
Heja'so II
reaction to local I county committee. In the of
history -- forth new life and to prolong the case
of : of old! V. D. Westfau, Marietta,
owns a set pictures '
and its fienif'carce! than '3 toM I I ', life of the very ill. And that it be joint ownership of a farm or DID HE HAVE?"
20'Scrap
b1I Ga.
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colonial George home, in his ,
found in Fernandina Beach and considered too, that this faci Hy ranch by two or 'more individuals:
which valuable in the Irons II, T. A. Arnold, I
ily, were
he regions which reach from Jar. Fla. 20' belongs to the people of this! each is an eligible voter. Com "Too bad about Brown'
spectacular filming of "Gone With : ,
north to south along the AtlantiC when the plete details on voting eligibilityare
4.5. county. Then, ever-ureaent -
the Wind" several years ago | Gentry IV, H. P. Henderson, ,e f : we say, Our first ques,
<>J, t from Savannah, well 1 say, problems present them.selves.let available at the ASCS count;)
to St. Augustine. Now up from Jacksonville, I Jar., Fla.. 25'Locke the involved parties attack office. tion is Did ,he leave
word that is Again, John McCarly, with
comes at celebration his family suf f i.
VeJI-organized groups, such &s them with 1 rritt.and understand Miss Mikkelsen urged; all eligible
,February celebratea Hampton, Va., 20' '*
to
planned in
cient Life insurance?
the Gen. Duncan Lamont
Clinch
,. ing. Then'1anab'nly; then will the voters to carefully considu I
centennial of the. Battle of Olus- Tigress, A. F, Hancock Eau
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Historical No doubt tak,
Society of Amelia Island i Il hospital hi >te' its full potentialand the nominees listed on their balI you are
that had much Gallic Fla., 40'Ric
tee, an engagement I
have done much to promote A Dor R. S. Bermeckc, Tilt Travelers Softly Service I, "Wtrust of all who lot and then to vote for the men ing your own proper
to do with preventing centralFlor'da ,
this feeing no doubt in their have need of its facilities they feel most qualified to represent precautions -and will (
from being with Palm Beach.
orderly research and dissemination overrun 45'I them in the administration want to get all the details x.
of historical) fact invaders. I Cowboys with engines caused more than 3,000,000 of the Federal farm pro. about the :Metro-
: Businesses, large and small
But in Fernandina especially Everywhere along this coast I casualties in 1961. are in the for the
Dr. Cites grams county coming In-
the historical urge goes much new historical facts are being: uncovered '! Woolsey j I j ;.t always on the lookout for new year. The ASC committeemen politan's.Family
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r\
and different locations for com- / rnp plan.
dejr. It affects individuals : and. given their due recognition -
many play a vital role in the agricultural -
? apparently, who proceed on as i is right: and proper. Rising Cancer Rate pany conventions. This goes also affairs of the county MIKE

I their own to investigate and record In thi area all history doesn'tcome fcr political groups, civic groups'and and it is important that the best

hehliehts of the past as in books; it is right at' hand A the like.. I believe we arc qualified men in the county be

.tb. r'' are related to the area. and underfoot. I II, Threuahout i State t! CAPITOL LETTER missing a bet in not going aftera elected to these important posi ci FIALA
The
of this mun-
I 'v I share activity.
Harry Lehman for example h tions.
I auditorium has capacity -. ttLs Phone 261-332!)
icipal a
HEART SPEAKS
TilE j
his shop on 'Second Street has j Death from cancer in Florida in BY JERRY MOCK l than The "mail method" of votingis '
I just as large or larger many Fernandina Beach
1 Surrounded\ himself with all the Two tiny eyes the past decade has been second v I; used in ASC elections as this*

material of a collector's dream Aglow with trusting love; I j fI t to, heart disease, the state's lead- BY JERRY MOCK i cent. He said he was beaten, abused -,, places and where it will such be conclaves more arc attractive has proven to be the most convenient -

I and the great bulk of it relates: toTernanJina Twin stars whose light Ijng killer but the cancer rate has I. (2nd of a serial) i and threatened. held now air conditioning even: has method for farmers and lIetropoitan New York Life 10 Insurance, N. Y. To.' .

Beach and Florida. : Outshines those up above. I been increasing at a faster pace Tallahassee Dan Wilkinshas i Dawson admitted "excessi\e Our increasing ranchers to participate. A sell
His knowledge of the section's : stated He ; use of whiskey." His interviewer been approved. ,- ----- -- -- -
Two little feet Dr. B. F. Wool: er, very poor eyesight. 'cannot number of motel facilities and the I
1. background is amazing. For one .Thatander restlessly' for ,of Nassau County Dil'ec-1 I read or write. He "a' pears '1; at Raiford said Dawson was "by natural scenic beauty and histori. '

thing; he has photostatic tOpIC ,,0 may the. never wander partment I':'to lack good reasoning power =:-. I any means mentally unstable." cal background of this area lend t

of every: one, of the many local' :1 Far from me! For the 1952.1962 period can- j that of a small child." He has an. Robert Shuler accused with about everything needed as a'

)newspapers which preceded and cer deaths ,rose 110 nercent, from IIQ of about 45. .: another man of rape in Lake convention site. Let's get our I There Is! rtIt

finally evolved into the present- ,' Two ruby lips,- .' 4,195 in 1952 to 8,814 in 19G1, !, Along with 33 others, WjlkjnsI 1 1Is County, accused a sheriff of ; name in the pot and latch on to ,a'!
'day Xews-Leader, reaching back 'So lovely to behold l' '. 99 gain in beating him "because he knew
; t mpart'lith.: percent i I awaiting his turn at Flolida'3electric i share of this lucrative business. I '
ft century The rosy petals heart disease deaths, 9,577 to 19,- chair. I" '!'nothing: about the crime." Shuler Always A
Harry Lohman'a coin collection I'I Of soul ... I j j I : i
\ a budding 016. I Wilkins is from very told h's interviewer he thought ,
I a poor tribe I s
is also I Members of the feminine
notable as are hrs many : the "whole deal is of racial
I During the period, the one I II
; same but congenial family. Hs fatheris '
acquisitions in other fields. His Whose lisping sweetness J : notorious for !
r prejudice. The interviewer described haves long been "BEST
,
Ir.I I Whispers to heart : death rate for cancer rose 19 percent unable to work. His situation(; i ii PIAtE"P
reputation: ha4 spread abroad. The childish my secrets 1 against only an 11 percent'I was "extremely marginal, .' bat: i i Shulcr as "uncooperative I I failing to get ready for anything'on '
Hi'unswkk few ? "
a days ago, uy rate increase in heart disease ; and arrogant. time or rather keeping those
Of world not much different from
friend Hamilton a apart. any
Hart collectorof
a I deaths. Males of both accused lof the waiting. ForEverytking
races contributes other j Jerry Chatman, along i opposite' sex i
Negro family in the same
Georgia lore spoke of Harry Small, fragile hands most to the rising cancer | economic ', with Shuler termed the sentence '! Here's one that may some day
and h's; desire to trade :;\>nc; That hold my happinessIn rate with the white male rate Ul i strata. 1 "a result of racial prejudice." refute all such claims. Although |,
Florida items he has I Dan Wilkins a Leon County
,
picked UI\| their: frail clasp, 23 percent: and '18 percent for ron- I | Chatman had a record of petty : it's only! August and still pretty f'
for some with a Georgia flavor With power to, blight .or bless: whites.. This is primarily due to ) farmer, was convicted when he I.:' crimes back .to 1S51. 'The interviewer hot one "Glenna" has ;aheady:I'

that are in the Lohman collection I the .rapid increase in rate of' cancer '. was 18, of beating a man to', said Chatman "probably put in her order with Santa Claus I .
Ed Beach theater owner here 0 may the :)Ruler .,' of the i death with a blunt i instiumentIn : she is old .
respiratory system. t i I[would be a failure in readjusting Evidently not yet :
and Georgian, is another Of: r
a native destinyBe
our a sense, hs is typical of REAL ESTATEMORTGAGE
On the other hand, females ol i, I, to society after his release. enough for much correspondence I
wlld'has garnered together many gently kind my darling, those awaiting execution at Rai
in four full:
she mailed
items of striking interest and Unto thee. I the two ,.races revealed a different -i Calvin Thomas accused of a since just
ford. There those
picture. White females show i| are awaiting t 1[Duval County ,murder, said he pages of a mail order catalog
significance. Ed also the Herbert Luke :
owns
__ .' ___ ,_,J.' I ed only a 10 percent rate increase their death who ate not typical l'l,"TOIS home in bed at the time of probably in hopes that the old! i

while I there was a drop of 6 percent i: those who committed the more the slaying. j i boy with whiskers would just LOANS
'
I sensational, heinous crime' all the dolls etc. dpicfed. .
among nonwhite females I ; or : Daniel Grant accused of a bring toys <
: : Some of the increased death i i irate But Wilk'ns': crime \\.s'; 'hardly I I;Dade County strangling, said he'' As Santa's local pres. i
.. COMMUNITY PROSPERITY sensational. j agent and forwarder of his mail: '
i
especially among whites, is | found the victim on the floor I Glenna that YOU WILL I Receive Straightforward -
r the result of a higher percentage i In a sense, 'he was not typical.! and attempted to revive her. lIe can only guarantee ,
cf the 12 popalat'on in older His low_ IQ gave at least one : ran when he discovered she was the requests will come to his attention I

", IS OUR GOAL I i age groups which have a higher j,I! prison official pause at Wilkins! dead. Grant had ''a record of would but hold doubt everything that : any shownon one Advice Here{ About Every

I II It risk of dying of cancer. However pending fate: ra'nor: infractions such as receiving pack I ,

; even after adjusting the 1952 and i "It is certain!; a difficult de-I i' stolen :goods, but none of the enclosed! pages. I of A

m I' 1962 rates for these differences i, cision: whether one obviouslysane i violence ) Aspect 'Moriguge..loan.YOU .

: : II'II'i i j in ae composition, there is an r rt but wiih very low ,reason : Henry Jones Carswell was accused Gant Is Named !
"O l' percent rise for white, males i '
II ing power should forfeit hisj: of setting fire 'to the liouse
and 27 percent rise for nonwhite ,;
: a
I
life for this crime. I WILL Find If' PleasureTo
in Palm Beach \in which his com ; I A
"" .. t 1 males; and declines of 1 5 ; To Top Container :
l7' The plight of those such as lawire died. Carswellsaid I
mon
1 percent for white females, 3 Percent ,:
: decline for nonwh'te females :i Wilkins has prompted the Leg. ) no witness found b: the Deal Here With And
Friendly
I tY islatuie to investigate the whole': state could place him at the scene Post In Texas
In' 1952 and in 1962, cancer ofi; ,
: state structure of capital punish : and had him commit
I.I I. none seen
the digestive system was the lead i
I ment. A committee formed oft threatening act against! th,' Experienced
: any People.STOP
ing cause of death but that the! I Chicago! Illinois! The appointment .
Senators House members and victim at any time. He had been i. I .
I ,1 rate of digestive system cancer : of Bennie B. Gant as I
while I laymen, was authorized to study:, arrested once for carrying a' : I
increased only 12 percent (General Manager of the Fort
It is the policy of this bank to do allt in : t tI the rate for cancer of the respir- this structure, although it has
I its power to develop the local Community 'i i atory system jumped 72 percent. } not been appointed. but: not convicted.. i 1 plants was announced today hy' ,: \ I
Cancer of the lungs, bronchus and' What are the 34 persons like i Willie Charles Hill was accused ;Harry E. Miles, senior vice president
loons in this and,
By making J
!
area, by awaiting the electric chair? "A
and
trachea represent 94 percent of ; of helping hs mother Container Corporation of uBEST PLACE"
cooperating closely with our neighbors : respiratory cancer deaths. I j study of the records of these 34 j boyfriend do away with another ,America. J, ;

-- and friends, we arc doing our best to The most substantial death.allows one to paint a composite : boyfriend in Pasco County. The Cant a graduate of Austin College -

HI advance local interests. >II rises recorded for males of both i picture. I newest bojfr'end was accused of. ]l and an Army veteran, camej i FOR A MORTGAGE LOAN
The average condemned man
I races were in age groups from 13: ,: doing: 'the beating. Hill maintains I j to Container Corporation in 1944'

I E t You are welcome to come in at time I to 74. I 'I didn't get to the eighth grade. his innocence. i with a background of experience,
any lie laborer of knd. I
The best line of defense was a some FERNANDINA FEDERAL SAVINGS
against
i I These are a few fleeting stori i in the packaging: industry. He has
= cod discuss your financial problems with I death from is Have : He came from a broken home. I
a
cancer : ies out of the 31 awaiting the'lelectt"c 1 leld various sales positions with I
._ us in confidence. I complete physical examination ;; He got little or no super\s on.I I chair at Raiford. Any action 1 the company and most recentl7

. at least once a year, learn the I (One for instance was described by the Legislature probably," vas Sales Manager of Container's I & LOAN ASSOCIATION

FLORIDA early warning signs of cancer and as a "picture of sad neglect would have Ittle effect on them. I II corrugated shipping container operations ;; ,
National : consult doctor at if 'and a son left mostly to his own '
Bank your once But they remain individual examples in Fort Worth and Hous i
202 tlanticAve'
"''''"1'' any of them appear. I't devices. ). His crime was murder of the failures in our sot t tciety. ton: He will continue to head- Phone 261-5502
,.. ... ... done for It his j
: N -:Mwl HI tttllt 1 1 robbery. was I. quarter in Fort Worth.
at Fern anire leach j first offense. He denied the .
Hint When
"Household I -- -- ---- --------- "
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everything j else fails read the ; C crime. I
.w. i instructions." B.. J. Dahl Che- I This composite could be somewhat I
,
.-..",- rows ftof.y aQMt .wwunct ca.ro.nnr I welah (Wash.) Independent misleading-,, as each case t SALE
I GRAND OPENING HALF PRICE
,
--- -- --- was different. For instance, a -
I
... few had apparently normal home
lives. None came from rich, or

:- headquarters for even moderately wealthy fam

GENE'S ;: ilies. But a few, as youths had Hi fashiQI1 Department Store

: plenty to eat, enough clothing,
and love and affection from reasonably
'
I I happy families. Some 112 Atlantic Avenue Former Location of Ednaracs
Atlantic Avenue i: had records of mild offense, Arid -
i i a few o* major offenses such, a1

H\ Supplies ;;, armed robbery and rape. A "f FRIDAY AUGUST
23
Of the 34, eleven are etc

!\ DRAWING One is a woman. Eight were

sentenced for rape, all of thee

It SET I Negroes.sentenced for The murder.remainder In a were majority HI.fASHIONHIGH QUALITY AND HIGH PRICED' MEN'S, LADIES AND

'\ BIG VALUEs of cases the murder Was

Compass e Ruler 'performed by striking someone

: Protractor PencilSharpener o Eraser 250 SHEETS MQ C with a blunt gun or instrument a board of Other& mother CHILDREN'S WEAR FOR 3 0 % LESS

NOTEBOOK PAPER victimes were shot. Drowning, i

machette, strangulation and''fir

I ;'I. Only 49c were One other or two methods.of the crime'. ?' I THAN ANY STORE OR :MAIL ORDER CATALOGUE OR RETURN YOUR

\, might be termed "crimes of passion

BINDER & DECTIONARYN.ptebook ." Rut most were for money PURCHASE FOR FULL CASH REFUND .. I
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I robbery the most common. One i

89c COMBINATION .murder for which three Negroe? :
were condemned mother her
50 Sheets Filler Paper 25c BINDER VALUE ......... $1.19 son, and a boyfriend(a ), was performed Be Sure To Have Sales Girls Write Your Name and Address On Each Cash SaleTicket

DICTIONARY: ...' ,.__ .39 ostensibly for insurance Your For Instant Identification and Account
Subject I Index lOc 1 TOTAL $'Uf- ; Most declare their innocence Saving Duplicate Charge

_--- Sie Dawson, an illiterate, 'crippled Privileqes. These Cash Sales Tickets Determine Line of Credit TS fre Extended

Total $1.24 BOTH FOR $1.19 beating Negro to death, was a young convicted boy of in Eadh Customer. ;. '

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ALL FOR ONLY 88c : Gadsden County. Dawson said ";
{authorities threatened to turn No Interest or Finance Charges For Purchases On. OW rConvenient

him over to a mob. lIe said his '. .' rr >"
i Accounts
ALL OTHER SCHOOL SUPPLIES AVAILABLE t 1 appointed attorney wouldn't listen ,', Charge 't., .0. ':;, 1, i i

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i Beard Reviews' i. Wins] 2nd PlaceIn !! a"'m''R .. w. .w:. '.r.y I News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, August 22, 1963 Page Three

State Contest jt.0".. ; x'rr. 1'T :: :: .:f:+: ( ) "


:I. City Improvements .Jlr ;: f Educator Reviews I I., ,! yr c, a 4 bF 4a


i At Kiwanis Meet ( j.". .. .. "t. '..<.,..,... ..: .'. Guidance Problems ;x
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James BY Beard TOMMY, city HALL engineer, --: $ '), .... At Rotary Meeting :

was the speaker at the Monday ...
night meeting of Kiwanis Club. ''"'......<< ...;;r ........ ..Ii. J \..'. 4-.. ,! BY PAUL WARWICK .
Many improvements have been ,./it:. ., .:'."." Student guidance activities in
completed by the city in recent tt t.m: >:" ;. 't Florida's schools, and their importance -
weeks, under Beard's supervisioi in the changing indus-
and he discussed briefly the various trial picture, were outlined yes. aI
accomplishments including: terday to members of the Rotary
the laying of sidewalks on North Club by Dr. Victor Johnson, of

18th Street, the completion of Tallahassee, assistant superintendent -
parking area at the City Marina, division of instruction of the I n i. j S
the paving of the westerly end State Department of Education.

of Ash Street which is the ap Dr. Johnson, introduced by u a.a .
proach entrance to the launching 4 w NrA4 Houston Sapp, emphasized the necessity
ramp and parking area. of steering high school l \

He reviewed the work now in students into proper educational s
progress on the landscaping of channels so that they may make
the median strip between the the best of their opportunities I t
and not, as occurs in so many A LITTLE MILDEWED, as Scout Master Ralph Wood '\
parking, area and the bulkhead, Miss Joyce Lovett Goodbread, ;
which will include the planting of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John cases, he added to the list of stated, but happy, are members of Boy Scout Troop 89 I

palm trees and erection of con- I Goodbread of Yulee and winnerof "drop-outs" which has been grow who spent last week at Camp Echockotee. Kneeling, left

,crete benches and picnic tables. I It a Nassau County Farm Bu ing in, recent years. President to right, Mike Uylant, Charles Witt. Jack Barniak, Billy

He also told of the completion reau scholarship, has: been announced JIM BEARD, director of public works, watches at top right as a crane swings a load Hugh F. Stone, Jr., presided. Miller, Mike Pikula and Chip Wood. Second row, An-

of the parking area at the Golf as second place winnerin of roof decking into place over the former patio at the Recreation Center. Closing in "Many students simply are not I thony Hammond, Tony Vizearrondo, Frank Jennings,

Course. I the state-wide sponsored WinneDixie's the area formerly used for outdoor dancing and shuffleboard courts will provide a suited" to regular academic training I David Allison, John Corer, Ama Corbett, Tim Belcher "
Thomas G. Hall Farm Bureau Scholarship! said the speaker, "and'should and Wayne Vizcarrondo. Back row, Mark Jenkins Jim
program 40x50 foot all-weather room for increased recreational activity. The roof base is a be with outlets ,
chairman presented tiie spar,4;cae gentles according to SB announcement provided }1>>>>> )1>>> JteJdw, Stewart) Pikub, Oa .Murs Johmn
by T. K. MeLaae, new product fa doped by Kaiser and Ss aapp&sftf; to i>& ifo faa& )}) a ptsmaTt})1, lor poss be rocal'.cata) sY&s 8 :( .
Hal) also introduced his aisle, Weisner Jim Corfce and Guswfc.
Executive Vice President of flor- lightweight, acoustical decking. A built-up roof will go on over the decking. which might stimulate their interest Jerry
Mrs, A. P. Winkler of Alexandria, j
ida Farm Bureau Federation in and help fit them for successful
Virginia, who played several numbers )ff'" .

'derly on," the"Stranger piano, including In ParadUe""Ten Gainesville.Winners from other counties Doug Decker ells 1st 1 BaptistCollege Plans Snyder Is Cited modern Dr. Johnson careers world." in stressed the the complex cry- Scout Troop 89 Enjoys Solitude of S. I

and "They didn't Believe Me"Otis throughout the state are, first

W. Higginbotham was presented -I place to Barbara Hutchinson of Lions of Plans Day For For Fine Work ing schools need for in a Florida system, of regional vocational in Echockotee For Week's t I

to the club as the newe.it j I Pasco County, and third place to scope which would fill a gap in Camp Program.:

"BABY" Kiwanian and will ue I Sally Wiley of Manatee County. For New BusinessMembers Church YouthThe With Blood BankThe the' state's present educational I
j formally inducted into membership These awards were based on set-up. "All students, from the BY RALPH WOOD I Mark Jenkins, John Cover, Tpny I

next Monday. I Scholastic standing, extra-circular seventh grade on in particular, Boy Scout Troop 89 returned Vizcarrondo, Wayne Vizcarrondo,
Club President Bryan Raus- activities, service to community, of the Lions Club First Baptist Church will Humphreys Memorial Hospital and not simply what we call 'prob I Saturday from a week's stay at Stewart Pikula and Jim Young
I chert announced that a district I and moral character. heard one of their number tell observe "On To College Day Blood Bank, under the supervision lem children,' need this thoughtful Camp Echockotee, a bit mildewedbut Staff Members were Chirks

t ;meeting of Kiwanis Clubs would Miss Goodbread, who made of his plans to enter a new busi August 25, affording youths the of Frank D. Snyder, Jr., counsel," he said. otherwise in great shape. Witt, Mike Rylant, Jack Bamia!;.
1 be held in Jacksonville on Sep- I high the Florida Senior a ness, as that group met Tuesday opportunity to become acquaintedwith M. T., has been accredited by the "Drop-outs" in any category, The Troop had the camp as their Mike Pikula, Billy Miller and
tember 21st, 22nd and 23rd. Bill Placement score Test on maintained an A night in weekly session at Seaside the problems they will meet Florida Association of Blood Dr. Johnson said, are not only own, for the entire week, utilizingtwo I Chip Wood. .
I Webb and Stuart Davis: were [ at Yulee School where Inn. away at school. Banks and the American Associa tragic to the youngsters involved, cabins and other facilities in Jim Brown, safety supervisor
I elected as delegates, with Reed average she was valedictorian and president Doug Decker, formerly with The evening service has been tion of Blood Banks, it was re- but to the people of the state, experiencing a program of Scout. of Rayonier Timber Din,."" ,
rl LeTvetlfn, Kenneth Sturgcss and 'I of her senior class, and was- Florida state parks and now op- planned toward this emphasis, vealed this week by Ben Clarke, even in so cold a calculation as craft, swimming, fishing and just spent some time in camp T&ws-
Eddie McKendree serving as ale 1 active in all school affairs. Her erator of a business here, told the with several youths participating; hospital administrator.In taxes "because," he added, "ifa plain fun. day afternoon making a number .
',ternates.On ,outstanding 4-H Club work has Lions that he plans to engage In on the program. Miss Katie Stei- a letter to Dr. John B. Brit- 'drop-out should end up in a In spite of rain every afternoon, of snapshots and slides cst the
the previous Monday, Bryan I received both county and state the business of manufacturing ling will speak on "Knowledge To ton, M. D., Medical l Director of mental institution, for example, th'ngs went very much as plan. the boys in acton.: A pickup \
:Maxwell, program chairman, .h- recognition. She is active in the commemorative souvenir coins Ultimate Purpose," Dennis Meil the Blood Bank, Robert ,E. Klein, his expense to the state would be I ned and many things; happened not truck was placed at the disposalof l
'troduced Ted Chalmers Area Sup- and the like. strup will speak on, "Popularityas the for the week, r
Yulee Baptist Church, where she medallions M. D., Chairman of the Inspection eight times what his full educa- included on the program. A troop by
:.ervisjjr of the Southern Bell Telephone is president of the youth choir,I Decker, presented to the clubby Ultimate Purpose," and Jimmy and Accreditation Committeeof tion would have cost. swim meet Wednesday brought i Marvin Jenkins, answering the '
Co., who explained to Ki- teacher of a nursery school class, I Bobby Adams, program chair-I Beard on, "Security as. Ultimate : the F.A.A.B. wrote in part: "I Guests of the local club Wednesday several families to camp to be ;problem of supplies for the 23
uartians how the new DIRECT and is active in the young peo- man, said that he has visited Purpose." Lynn Joyner will I have long contended that the size included Bob Ray and caught in a deluge but to cheer' persons in camp.Marion .
I I
;DISTANCE DIALING uorks. ple's activities. plants of this nature and has com serve as moderator. of a blood bank is not a factor in Jack Phinney, of New York, Dean things up supper was served and I
Chalmers announced that Fernan. piled considerable information! on Donald Brazell will read the quality of service to patients but Boggs, of Jacksonville, a summer eaten by candlelight a power
Other awarded
'd.na each will go on DDD in Miss Goodbread scholarships in addition to the beginning such a business. lie r:- scriptures and Bobby Fussell will rather the knowledge of the blood vacationer in Fernandina Be\h,! failure having blacked out the i Beckham .,i
'November of this year local Farm I' vealed that his father, late of this be in charge of the ushers. bank staff and the personal attention and Jesse Parker, of St. Augus entire area. Following supper a
Bureau Scholarship, Continued from )
j ( Page One
four Teacher Scholar- I', city and of Fort Clinch State Rev. James Dunnam, pastor, given to details which huge cake, brought to camp by
Classified are a year Park will bring a special message to makes bank superior. You, Mr.\ tine.John assistant resident Jim mother
L Try A ship Loan for $400 per year \\on'' management, was proficientin a F. Hooper, Young's supple. Beckham, Fernandina Beach, R.
dies for articles of this: the youth. Snyder, Mr. Clarke and others : Inc. mented with of ice
by competive examination, and a making manager of Rayon'er, a pint cream J. Beckham, Miami, and A. E.
There will be a special ""On To connected with the Blood Bank at member for from the
four Southern Scholarship : type. was introduced as a new everyone Fernan-j Beckham, Jacksonville; one sta
COOPER'SLAUNDRY and research year Foundation Scholar- ,'; The speaker revealed that ne I College" Fellowship immediately Humphreys Memorial Hospitalare of the club by Ken Forehand dna: Beach Rotary Club, caused I ter, Mrs. W. C. Futrill, Jacksonville
: following the evening service. to be commended. As Chair- satisfied looks when Jim Corbet
the District 1V'' established outlet j ; and six grandchildren.! .
ship sponsored by has already an
Youth of the church who will man of the Committee responsiblefor sounded taps. Active pallbearers were, Louie
Pilots Club of Jacksonville. She I
to these scholarships i j! in Florida for souvenir coins and I I be leaving for college soon are, the inspecting and accred.t- Coach BennerContinued David Allison earned an award Lowe, Harry Poole, Bill Rutlfdg,
plans use
medallions and that there is nor
Joy McKendree, Jerry Kight, Don blood banks in Flor-
ing of all the for scoring more points on Scout- Clinton Herring, Charlie Hall and
in education at Florida .
to State major where she has'i another manufacturer of this type I Brazell, Sharon Hall, Marc Peacock ida (and many in the other south. ( from Page One) craft activities, with the "Knur- Darrel Elrod. .
University in the state. Tommy Jones, Danny Griffin eastern states) I in unique I klehead" Patrol under the lead. .;
I am a Honorary pallbearers weLT. '
Coin OperatedMrs. has been accepted for entrance until next week. "The bug may I(
:
! this fall. During the meetng:; a letter was Jimmy Beard, Bobby Fussell, position to sec the standards of and might give ership of Jim Corbett, carrying I II, Askins, Andrew Allan, Steve 1
I I"While though we
get us ,
I :read from District Governor Walter ( Beth Sayler and Linda Edenficid medical practice referable to work I. away kitchen and cooking hon. Anderson, Dave Tapper, 11. ". i .:
them some contact just to
Doris Howard, I i R. "Sonny" Lee of Gaino Green. blood After several Bunch's "Oddball" .
banking. said ors. Jerry Burgess and D. J. IJifke] :
II telling take it
you're son how ,
your see they can
I Manager about the birds and bees, he's vine, in which he reported on his Edward Haner, Jimmy Ewing, years of this, all on a voluntary Benner. Patrol walked away with cabin Oxlcy Mortuary was in charge r r.i I i
i about the recent official visit here. Judy Jameson, Jimmy Fox, Jimmy basis, it is a pleasure to see the honors for the week. of arrangements. '(
first of the
probably thinking cars The seasoiwill
game
& Beech Sts. McFarland, Dennis Meilstrup, Ken j of the inspectionand Charles Witt
14th and the keys." John C. Porter, accomplishment be played in Woodbine a- Quartermaster, J
j Lawhorne, James Ryland Datie accreditation of bank, but noted the the "Good
Rexburg (da.) Journal. Classifieds Pay Off a gainst Camden County on Sep- was by campers as manners are shown by
-- ----- I Sterling, Lynn Joyner, Jerri Robinson most particularly when it' is done tember 20. The following week "Most Help" staff member during being able to put up with bad I'
Elaine Smith and Patty with and yet with dispatcn. the week.Attending J.
care the Pirates will play P. K. Yonge ones. -- Terry Carlson, Sy- I
Thornton. each of is to be com for the week kesville Pa. .
Again, you in Gainesville, before playing camp ( ) PostDispatch.Put
mended on the fine transfusion included Jerry Bunch,. Anthony ; I
Green Cove Springs on October
DiscussionContinued service you are rendering to your Hammond, Johnny Weisner, Craig a thin powder puff dipped '
Bridge 4 for the first game at home.
.P ART IN' S introduces. patients. Mears, Jon Belcher, Tim Belcher in talcum in the heel of each I
( from Page One) "This double honor," commented Frank Jenkins, Ama Cor shoe. You'll walk lighter and )
4K I United States, from 35 miles to Clarke, "is very gratifying and Trade At Home bett, Jim .Corbett, David Allison, feel fresher all day long. I
,
e., approximately 8 miles. It will indeed indicative of the hait-! --- -- ---

I span the historic St. Mary's and work and effort put into this
Amelia Rivers, which piratesonce phase of the hospital's operationby ;

I For rendezvous.used as a hideaway and for be Mr.congratulated Snyder He since is certainly accredita-to Mather's/ Swivel Rocker Sped I

Back To SchoolTESTED Underneath the bridge, which tion by these two fine organizations ,
; q\ would rank with the Sunshine is not easily obtained." I

Skyway across Tampa Bay as a !
I I rr tourist attraction, would stream friday And !
the ever-increasing number of Local Chevrolet I

plush yachts, fishing boats, tugs, Saturday1Ffl
b sdi barges, and ocean-going freight Dealer Attends S!
ers that utilize the Intra-eoaatal
J
Waterway and frequently dock at
I both Fernandina Beach and St Detroit PremiereJack i
'
I
I Marys. I ; It'
Added emphasis on the need for: : :
7'j
Woodward, of Woodward _
such a bridge has come from the,
Motor Co., was among approxi
construction of a rocket fuel producing
mately 7,000 Chevrolet dealers 'k,
company in Southeast ; 7
SHOES and dealership executives in De-
Georgia, not far from the
.. i proposed troit recently to attend the largest r'ce, ;mo' a r /
terminus of the
Georgia 4. 70. y '
convention of its kind sr
ever

{ !IN fRl A LIVING LABORATORY bridge.The tie-in between the plant,::. held While in the in auto the Motor industry.City, dealers :I (
which is being built and will be I 'k'N fs II
\ ...--.. I operated by the Thiokol corpora : previewed the spectacular new : ; I I
I tion, and the outer-space capitalof lines of 1961 Chevrolet cars and .J ,
the world, Cape Canaveral, is trucks to be introduced early this* /: ,;

l evident. The bridge would shortenthe j fall. \1h.f., .
'
I distance between the two Arriving in Detroit at the rate /. ,
.1 ; \ \ ACROBAT SHOES are among the most favored Jpotf xt points. It will also put an oceanfront !I of about 1,400 a day, the dealer I .<,.t .

1 wear of the nation. Children everywhere jgtetfc I playground practically in guests were welcomed by top I ...r' .
I ,
them for their superior styling, correct fit and the backdoor of those employed i Chevrolet officials including Se. i:1'/S! I,,. "., ." .
long wearability. ACROBAT SHOES are ACTION at the plant as well as others in mon E. Knudson, a General Mot .'
Southeast Georgia. ors vice president and general ,,: f
TESTED in a LIVING LABORATORY to insure "" / ,'". .,J
m St. Mary's would be expected to of the'division, and Lar ,/;' / .
i fit and satisfaction for the life of the shoe. j manager ":: 4/ ,
benefit just as greatly as the flow ry Averill, general sales man .i ,
,1 We invite to bring youngsters to ; -
you your
of tourists through that city,
us to be fitted with one of the proudest i'their way to Florida's Atlantic on ager.Citing Chevrolet's all-time high 1

products of the shoe industry beaches, would probably be im rate of sales thus far this year, I :

J \ ACROBAT SHOES. measurable. the two executives told dealers : :,,::,:?; iiiri:
1 Lonnie Pope has long been the that the division expects to sur- :
! strongest advocate of such a pass in 1963 its record performance ;
i\ bridge and if it is built a great in 1962 when Chevrolet set t.

699 deal of the credit will be laid at new industry sales marks.As ::ii 1i/
\ his door. Even though there have a highlight of the convention >i 1
. been times when most people ; programs, dealers were treat-
.. thought the plans had been abandoned ed to an advance look at the new (Actual Photo By News Staff) ;

i lnii Other Brands he was always around to car and track models in a gala
revive the effort. stage revue the equal of a Broadway I Upholstered In Easy To Clean Supported Plastic
From $2.99 The meeting Friday was ar- musical comedy production, : '
,i ranged by Pope, with the cooperation A further feature was a dis- Choice of Colors Beige, Turquoise, Orange or Gold '
of Florida's Governor Farris play of the new vehicles and other
Bryant and Georgia's Governor specially designed: engineeringand
! It II I- Carl Sanders. auto show exhibits which fined I Reg.$39.95NOW ,
t Georgia, for years, has said the mamoth two acre area cf 248 :
that "we are standing on the Detroit's Cobo Hall exposition '
banks of the St Mary's River' center An evening banquet with
waiting for Florida to join u?." General Motors executives fol:
INSTANTCREDIT
Approval of the bridge has long lowed.In S 88c DOWN
since passed the Georgia legis addition to being the largest
lature. and most elaborate of its kind in '
What happens now is any industry history, the convention $1 PER WEEK
body's guess but it is generally marked the first time since 19S6 .
/ agreed.that hopes for the bridgeare that dealers had been invited in
329 S. 8th Street Phone ( '
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I I time since it was first proposed. Chevrolet. :
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Page Four New s-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thuwday August 52,1063 j I .

.- ,- -- Zetterower Family :r IHigginbothom Sparkman Engagement Told I Bridat Shower At


..Hostesses Fete Ben Dickens Home Reunion Sunday Has Mr. and Mrs. Bernard L. Big. Sellers Home Fetes

Mrs. AlseptWith Setting For Tea Bride of August 17 I Large AttendanceThe announce ginbotham the of engagement Fernandina of Beach their!t Circle Hears Life ,Miss MontgomeryMiss

Cherub Shower Feting Bride-Elect Zetterower family held a I, daughter, Kay, to Jimmy R. Of Missionary ByMrs. I Louise Montgomery, bride-

R' r4M family reunion at Ten Acres on I i Sparkman, son of Mr. and Mrs elect of AugHt 31, was the inspiration
hire William Ahept was the The home of Mrs. Ben F. Dickens J. J Klarer I Ii I IIi
,i July 21st, with a basket lunch Wade H. Sparkman, Sr., also of ; for a defigntful miscellaneous
guest of honor at a "cherub show. provided a lovely setting
on : served at noon. I Fernandina Beach. i shower 16 at the
fr" on August 17 at the home of August 13, when Miss Katherine Ii Mrs. Sparks Hix was hostessto on August J
Mrs 0 ':9v:': y Those attending were: Mr. and: The bride-elect is a 1961 graduate home of Mrs. L. E. Sellers on
Herbert Herrin i
on Sinn Thompson, :whose wedding tc the Audrey Cowley Circle of
Mrs. Tinko and :, Beach
Halsemg family; of Fernandina High Highland: Drive.Hostesses .
Drive. Homer Lee Knearl the First Church Toes-
was solemnized Baptist on :
: Mr and Mrs. Joseph 1.-Carlino; School and is employed by Con- Sellers
with Mrs.
.Hostesses for the affair were Saturday afternoon, was hon. j day morning, at her home on'I II
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos A. Tinko, tainer Corporation of America
Mrs Rual ored at bridal tea. i i I Stanley Drive. were, Mrs.V.. T. Merzejewski,
., ; Waits, Mrs. Jam** a ,and |
Jr. and family Mr. Mrs.
,
; I II Mr. Sparkman graduated from Mrs. J. L Long, Mrs. Robe..tDouglass
Music and Mrs. James C. Byrd. Hostesses with Mrs. Dickens 'I Carlos A. Tinko, Sr, and son, 1.1{ I Delicious refreshments were
Yulee High School in 1959 and i is Mrs J. C. Mottayaw,
'' I
., Upon her arrival, Mrs. Alsept were Mrs. T. J. Corbett, Mrs. M. 4 rr Y,.,, e h?( S Nwt. k.r .! D. and a friend, Judy; Mr. and employed by The Florida National I served as the guests arrived. Mrs Joseph Stubits and Mr:.
was presented a corsage of pin! D. Dixon and Mrs. Lucille Dyal :t g Mrs. Joseph Governade, and fain- Bank Mrs. Jake Mottayaw, cireb Richard Grumpier.

carnations from her hostesses. : For the occasion the honoree fly, all of Louisana. I II {I chairman, presided over the meet-I
4: 'y ri' The wedding is planned for October Beautiful of yellow
.. -..Appropriate games and contests chose J becoming dress of yellow r : I' Mr. and Mrs. Toney Tinko, and i. ing. The minutes of the last I arrangements -
19th in St. Augustine, Florida .
-'I and white gladioli were
were enjoyed during the evening i and white batiste, worn with son, of New.Jersey; Mr. and Mrs.j!' meeting were read and approved. roses
with the immediate families
only at points throughout
and prizes were won by Mrs. j I white accessories. She and he: Louis N. Johnson, Jr., and family. i The Community Missions project placed vantage
attending.Rev. where the
the
Chuck Loper, Mrs. Laurie Mock, +i mother, Mrs. J. B. Thompsonwere of South Carolina; Mr. and Mrs. 'for the month is to visit three rooms guests

: Jffsr Kenneth Gilder and Mrs. each presented a corsage ; L. J. Bragg, and family, Wes: Paul D. Carmichael, Jr. shut-ins. I II were entertained.A .

: Avery Meeka. from the hostesses.The Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Hank Bradleyand will officiate. A letter was read from the cir-I' matching arrangement was

: The honoree was presented a tea table was overlaid witha family, Delaware.Mr I' cle's adopted girl, Mildred House, used as the centerpiece on the .

., shower of gifts, after which refreshments handsome cutwork cloth and and Mrs. H. A. Partin and Smith, and son, Deland. of the Jacksonville Childrens dining table, overlaid with an imported ,
were served. centered with a large arrange- son; Mrs Al Stephenson, and white outwork cloth. Petit
: ment of pastel yellow and white family; Mr. and Mrs. J. Luillen Mrs. Bessie Zetterower, and home, giving the list of pre-schooi 1
: the affair
Enjoying Mrs.
fours embossed with
were yellow
I rosebuds
and Mrs. Elizabeth Jones A. and his Billiam clothes she will need to }begin1
Chuck Loper, Mrs Susie Littles, summer blossoms. Silver appoint- son; son W. son, ; .,
: Mrs:* Avery Meeks, Mrs. Cordeli ments were used for the party Boyer; Robert H. Eiserman; Mr :Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Peters, and school this fall. The circle voted were served with parry J

Rowland, Mrs. Harold Godwin, II sandwiches, nuts, mints, and petil and Mrs. Harold E. Eiserman, Nephews, Ronnie and Jimmy; to take care of these needs. sandwiches, mints and fruit
I punch. A miniature fferal arrangement -
and and Joy Alvarez
fours embossed with family Ray "
Mrs. Ira Alsept, Mrs. Howard AI- rosebuds. pale yellow .sJL and family; !Ir. and Mrs. Bob Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Haddockand A love gift of $5.00 was given graced each guest's J
.
; I
: Sept, Mrs. Travis Mullis, Mrs. InaKttehens ....,. Mr. and Mrs. Charles -
.. Lechner, and daughter; Mr and I daughter; to the Christian Education Fund plate.
-- i Mrs. Laurie Mock, Mrs. Mrs. Hugh Brown and Miss Mrs. Jack M. Jones, Jr., and I; Jones, and family; Mr. and I to help a dedicated young man Winnng prizes for the bridal i igamE'S
: Kenneth Gilder and Mrs. Herbert Ann Humphreys, aunts of the
Mrs. Warren Davis, and family, study for the Ministry.Mrs. .
I Jones Wick-
.l daughter; Mrs. Lucy I enjoyed during the eroding i
Herrin. bride, presided: at the punch bowl. :
ham; Mr. and Mrs. Scotty Turn- Mr, and. Mrs. Andrew J. Sparkman J. J, Klarer, a missionary! were, Mrs. J. II. White, Jr., .It
Approximately sixty guests (' bull, daughter Jean, and grandsons and family; Mr. and Mrs. I mother, taught the circle the and Mrs Richard Galphin, sisterof i.
:. Shower To Honor called during the appointed'! hours /( ]: ; all of Jacksonville. W. H. Sparkman, Jr., and family; "Biography of Annie Armstrong," ( the brideelectMiss

Louis- of three and f eve o'clock. -r I Iif' Mr. and Mrs. Hansel Jones; I Sir. and Mrs. W. H. Sparkman, :which was extremely) interesting Montgomery was presented .
Johnsons
A gift of her chosen pattern of v S Mr and Mrs. Wilbur Jones, son Sr., and son Jimmy; Mr. Louis X. because of her keen interest iu a shower of rifts in an attractive

: Friends of Mr and Mrs. Lewis silver was presented Miss Thompson } i: .! : Y K .. and nephew, Callahan. Johnson, Sr.; :Mr. and Mrs. An- missions. clothes basket, decorated
her drew D. Melo ', and family, all I
Johnson, are invited to attend a by hostesses. ; Mr. and ,Mrs. A. N. Eskridgc, 3g Mrs.: Ralph Dubois closed the with ye'lIoroses and lily-of-tko-
.
J Milliard Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert I of Fernandina Beach.
niscfllaneous! shower to be given < / ; ; meeting with prayer. valley
&.their honor. The shower will Mrs. Carson Hostess 'L ; : Jones, -Opa Locka; Mr. and Mrs Visitors 'were, Foster Dougherty ---
"'be-held in the conference room of I ; Palmer Jean Smith and family, Mrs. U. E. Bennett and Sirs,
: *Th"e Recreation Center, August I For Meeting of L tiiiI.y'l Jasper; Mr. and Mrs. Franklin 'T. T. Thomas.

26th, between the hours of 1:30 Bernice Lowe Circle I Dozier & Gay Paints
I : and 4:00 p.m. entertained at a buffet Friday l living room and dining room.

The Johnson home was recently Mrs. R. F. Carson was hostess evening in Parish Hall following Miss Thompson presented giftsof 1
i : destroyed by fire. Wednesday morning to the Bernice the rehearsal of the Thompson- remembrance to her attendants EST FOR THE SOUTH"

Lowe Circle of the Methodist; Knearl wedding. Miss Mary Thompson, Miss
Mrs. Johnson
is
out of the hospital
and continuing: to WSCS. The serving table was covered j I, Pennie Brunson, Miss Laurie Zim- At Prices To Suit Your Budget
: from injuries sustained recuperate in the- The hostess, assisted by Mrs.. MRS. HOMER LEE K'NEARL' with a white linen cloth and held I merman and Mrs. Kyle D. Smith,

hti at the home of her daughter, I Robert Gray, served delicious_ rejresjiments Memorial Methodist Church I appliqued with Alencon lace re- an arrangement of pink rosebuds Jr. LATEX ENAMEL

: MrST A. D. Melogy, of O'neaL j preceding the meeting provided the setting Saturday afternoon embroidered with seed pearls in and white mums, interspersedwith I Enjoying the occasion with Miss or
.
--!m i August 17, for one of the swirl designs. She wore white tall white tapers. I Thompson and her attendants
I : Newspapers are the only med Mrs. E. P. Wilson, circle chair loveliest weddings of the season, satin slippers and carried a ,nosegay Party sandwiches, chicken salad 'were, Mrs. J, B. Thompson and FLAT WAIL SE&11.GLOSS.
: ium where people "shop" the ads. man, welcomed the 14 membersand when Miss Katherine Louise of white Sweetheart rosej in cream puffs, almond shells, Mrs. h. L. Knearl, mothers of

two guests, Mrs.\ Gray and Thompson, daughter of Mr. and and stephanotis edged with ruffled Groom's cake, and Marzapin fruit the young couple, Mrs. John
Mrs. S. G. Chumley of Jackson- Zimmerman sister of the bride. $3.15 Gal. $3.95 Gal. t.
'
Mrs. James Beck Thompson, be tulle and lace, caught with I. was served with punch and coffee. ,
ville. came the bride of Homer Lee white satin Sweetheart bows and Mrs. Clarence Knearl, aunt of the groom, and Mrs. Clarence Knearl,

,. The spiritual life program, Knearl of Washington, D. C. streamers. ,bridegroom, poured coffee and aunt of the bridegroom.
"
"The Prayer That Did Not Help,
i The bridegroom's parents are Mrs. John Zimmerman, the bride ONEKOTE GRANOLITENhite
presented by Mrs. R. W. GfJ- TilE RECEPTION BREAKFAST
i ; was Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lucius groom's sister, served punch.Mr. .
: Knearl presented his Mrs. R. W. Miss Jessie For Block, 3Iasonrr,
phin.Mrs. Knearl of Stamford, Connecticutt Immediately following the":.cere- : Stephens Enamel I
Wilson read a letter from '
with Asbestos
appropriate re- Mrs. E. H. ShinglesX5.50
groomsmen Thompson, Thompson ; -
the bride's entertained
mony, parents -
the circles Miss Jennie ,
missionary, -
The Rev. Nelson P. Moyer, with a reception in Parish: membrances. and Mrs. Roland Gurky, Gel.
Flood of Ker !
lucky $3.95 GG
: pas-I aunts of the bride, were hostesses I .
k Mrs. M. E. Jennings gave a report tor, performed the double Hall BRIDESMAIDS' LUNCHEON
I. = r the church kitchen and ceremony at four-thirty o'clock!: Mrs. Thompson, mother of the at a breakfast Saturday morningat
on
f. Mrs. Galphin and Mrs. Carson before a large assemblage of relatives bride, greeted guests in a soft Mrs. II. 0. Brown and Miss Seaside Inn, honoring the wed- White Pastels Decorator ColorsA
0 : and friends. blue dress of all-over embroidered Anne Humphrey, aunts of the ding attendans and out-of-town
0 volunteered this
k I for the to serve coming on month.committee Mrs. II. B. Dickens, organist, silk designed with a scooped bride, entertained at a brides guests. FULL LINE OF DOZIER & GAY PAINTS ATShieII's

3 I Twenty-eight visits were reported presented a program of nuptial neckline, short sleeves and sheath I'maid's luncheon Friday honoring The T-shaped table was center.

for the month. music as the guests assembled.Mrs. I'skirt, finished with a soft bow Miss Thompson's attendants. ed with a lovely arrangement of Swap Shop

I = The Sub.District'meeting of the Emerson Mitchell was solo. of matching silk organza at the I The luncheon was held at the roses, mums and eucalyptus lea-

@:mstrong I M.Y.F. will be held on August ist and rendered, "0 Perfect Love" waistline. She wore matching oc- home of the bride's family Lovoly ves.
I : of rosebudsand the. 16 North 4th Street Next To Western Union
31st at the Jetty Lodge and the and "The Prayer Perfect. The cessories and a corsage of pink arrangements pink Twenty-five guests enjoyed

: } VINYL circle was asked to assist the traditional wedding marches were cymbidiums. !' white mums were used in the happy occasion. J

r( : : Ella Hardee Circle in serving used.Majest Mrs., Knearl, mother. of tthe : -- ,- I
.
" .. FLOORS lunch Mrs. Carson, Mrs. Jennings arrangements of Ore- bridegroom, chose" a smoke-blue -. i
I and Mrs. John Barn'ak will iron and leatherleaf fern medal- I dress of silk organza over match- : I
: jI A vinyl floor to I serve on this committee.The lions, used with Sago palm leaves ing taffeta, with lace and sequin Maxwell House a

meeting was adjourned I embanked the choir loft to trimmed bodice. The skirt was accented : Instant COFFEE 6oz.68C
meet taste
\ : every \ "
with the benediction provide the background for the I with a draped panel extending |

: and budget Mrs. L. L. Hall will be hostessto tall floor baskets of white' mums I to the hemline. She wore ;, LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER

the circle in September. pompons and gladioli used on each t matching accessories and a corsage -: ....
side of the altar, and the matching I of ivory cymbidiums. | Fyne Taste, j

: Porter & Lovequisf "Dignity is the capacity to bouquets of bridal flowers i' The bride's table was overlaid COFFEE 6 0%. 58C 7 1" ..1 I

t, hold back on the tongue what and greenery. Lighted Cathedral .,with an imported linen cloth designed Instant
r Color Center should never have been on the tapers in circular candelabra, with a deep border and insects LIMIT ONE WITH $3.0Q FOOD ORDER !
l : 8th St. At Five Points mind in the first place. E. twined with garlands of bridal of Brussels lace The hand -

Phone 2G1-3068 Russell Jnnes! American Fork fern, added to the soft glow cast some three-tier cake, embossed'''

I Y -. r 1(Utah) Citizen. over the setting from the rcflec- with a cascade of white orchids, I: Breakfastc'OFFE' 39- I
,\ tons: of the stained glass win- rosebuds and :seed pearls, was encircled -'! "i 1 Bag
r dows. with ruffled white net. :!
M N I Silver candelabra, entwined with : _LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER J '
ATTENDANTS
lEan
r Theatre garlands of smilax filled with'
Miss
w Miss Mary Thompson was her white glad florets, held lighted I Georgia \ \ 2V219

N sister's maid of honor and wore Cathedral tapers. Yellow Freestone PEACHES C

\ M.. Phone 261.1849 C. E. Beach, Mgr. :a street length gown of apricotsilk The punch table was overlaid,
; SATURDAY AND over taffeta. The with a matching cloth. Garlands i LIMIT TWO WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER -
SUNDAY MATINEES organza
AT 2:30 I ___ __ _
:: fitted bodice was designed with of smilax and mums encircled the u ..
NIGHT SHOWS START 7:30 \ scooped neckline and elbow silver punch bowl. Miracle

: ONE COMPLETE SHOW length sleeves. The sidedrapedskirt Pouring punch were, Mrs. E. : Salad I Dressing 39c'P

-w was complimented with a H., Thompson, Mrs. Bert Maxwell, i Whip' 604 Atlantic Ave.

.. matching bow at the back\; waistline ; Mrs.1.C. Nqrt .. .:p4, Mi ,Lyra'Hitt
And
Friday Saturday \t.: : .-", "" ; 'W '.'.. I LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD, ORDER ?
d : One ,Showing. : Friday 1 7:30 Saturday 2:30: and 7:30 with 'soft'streamers' txtend-I Ifr, B:;: !\i Brown,'3 in> .A tine,t :, "l' .'
ng to ths hem. She wore a head-
:: "Men rule s and The Captive Women" piece of apricot taffeta accented Humphreys Mrs. 'Rl: W. Stephens i Fre Mar 1 Qt. Large-20 oz. Regular Roll

with double back bow covered I and Miss Jessie Thompson, aunts,:' I >
: TECHNICOLOR! a ,
} w: -o wifh a circular veil of apricot silk I of the bride, served cake. I Mayonnaise 39c FAD 25c Scot Towels for $1:
Assisting the Mrs.
guests were
tulle. She carried of
: a
: One Showing Friday 9:21 Saturday 4:21 and 9:12 Talisman roses edged nosegay with ruf- S. H. Davis, Mrs. T. J. Corbett, I Limit One With $5.00 Food Order j Urn Two With $5.00 Food Order White or Colored

.1 : ayonarow fled tulle and lace. Mrs. A. B. Maxwell, and Mrs. Q. .i

Marlon Miss Pennie Brunson of Atlanta I' A. Dyal Mrs. Franz Mitchell kept Iceburg Red Bliss
HrandoTECHNICOLOR : -I
the bride's book.
: 1 Georgia was bridesmaid and I :
.. Mrs. Kyle D. Smith, Jr. of Calhoun Mrs. M. D. Dixon and Miss Lucy I 5J.
: Georgia was bridesmatron.They Dyal provided a program of musicat LETTUCE Head J5C POTATOES s. 29c :
Sunday and the
Monday piano.
.. wore gowns identical to the
w Sunday 2:30 and 7:30 Monday\ : 7:30 maid of honor's and carried nosegays For their wedding trip through Salad -
of Talisman and cham- Florida, Mrs. Knearl chose a two-
roses
:\ : "The List of Adrian
Messenger"George oagne daisies. piece ensemble of navy blue silk Cantaloupes For 89'

: Scott Dana "'y'ntet Miss Laurie Zimmerman of Albuquerque -l 1 shantung, with beige shantung :; TOMATOES 19c

: Several Surprise Guests New Mexico, niece wf i j blouse and beige accessories. Her i

o the bridesgroom was junior i t corsage was of white rosebuds. I Whole ca: '. C---::: '
Upon their return, Mr. and
bridesmaid. She wore an aqua silk!
: Sunday 4:27 and 9:27 Monday 9:.7 I Mrs. Knearl will be at home in
organza dress and a small pillbox i Plastic
: Back Street" of matching organza with a Washington, D. C.OUTOFTOWN. I PICNIC I HAM Lb. 29c Round 8 Qt. Reg. 89c

circular veil She carried a miniature ::-
I : Susan HaywardDRIVEN GUESTS I .
nosegay of Talisman roses Farmer GrayFRANKS WASTE BASKET Now 38c
and champagne daisies. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Knearl of I
i '
Homer L. Knearl served as best Stamford, Conn., Mr. and Mrs .

M nan for his son and ushers were Clarence Knearl, Ponca City, 1 gib 49c '
f \lan Cover, Franz Mitchell ar.d Okla.. Mr. and Mrs. John Ziini i .
r
(- ;; Kyle D. Smith, Jr. merman and children, Laurie and
Saturday, August 24 -75 p.m. Kyle, Albuquerque, New Mer.ca? CHUCK' STEAK Lb. 59c
: BRIDE
( "Rome Adventure" THE Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Brown Ckr j 1

mont Miss Anne Humphrey, 31 Us Food Fair I
j : Troy DonahueTECHNICOLOR: Siren in marriage fcy bar &tl Special .
?r, the petite brunette bride was Pennie Brunson and Dr. Guytoai
: radiant in her original wedding Howell, Atlanta, Ga., Mr. R. D'I| GROUND BEEF 5 Lbs. $1.99

r 10:00 p.m. gown of white peau de soie ac Humphrey, Mr. William Harrell!i "
rented with Alencon lace. The fit. and Miss Juliet Richards, Bain.
:z Food FairTOOTH ..
"Back Street"Susan 16
led, pointed waistline bodice was bridge, Ga. Mrs. E. H. oz.
Hayward designed with a rounded neckline Miss Jessie Thompson,Thompson.j) .49c

o of tiny scallops bordering the Thompson and Mrs. COTTAGE CHEESE 29c: BRUSHES Y

: r Jeep appliques of re-embroidered ley, Goldsboro, N. c., Mrs. R. W. -
Sunday, August 25 7:45 p.m. Stephens and Miss Janet Steo- 25 FREE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS -
Akncoo lace which extended over
25 FREE
: "Six Block Horses" the rounded shoulders into the bans, Apex N. c., Mrs A.W., MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS I

IL : Audie Murphy elbow inous skirt length, poised sleeves.over The layers volume cf elboettr Ketelboeter, St and Marys Miss, GJL Betty, Mr. Norton Ket-. 50 Free Stamps 50 Free Stamps : ,

: IN TECHNICOLOR starched silk organza, was interspersed I. D. Inlovr. Miss Kary Inlow Food Fair j"
9:20 p.m. with appliqued medal and Mrs. Albert Lyle, Jacksonville Food Fair Multiple

: lions of Alencon lace and fell into Mr. and Mrs. Kyle D. Smith, HAIR SPRAY /9c
"No Man Is An Island" soft folds from the inverted side Calhoun Ga.. and Mrs. J. C. Nor. VITAMINS
ton Norfolk Va.REHEARSAL. 98c -L49
: Jeffery HunterTECHNICOLOR pleats and tiny back pleats, extending 1911
to Cathedral train. Her FREE MERCHANTS'GREEN
a STAMPS
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Methodist Circle I Miss Louise Montgomery To Exchange Vows Five Points WMS :.. }.'ern ndini "Beach,, Florida .."Thursday, August'22, "1963 Page 1i'lve

: Meets At Home of With Leslie James Story On August 31 I Meets\ At ChurchThe Miss Ruth Bryant ,returned!er Miss Linda Fulgham-of this

: Mrs. J. J. G.: Cooper I The wedding of Miss Louise I Immediately following the ceremony Woman's Missionary Society PERSONAL' Thursday from Atlanta after;city. "
with her sister
The Myrtle Burgess Circle of I'Florence Montgomery, to Leslie I i a reception will be held in of the Five 'Points Baptist spending, Miss ten Mamie weeks Bryant, who ;i K- Rev. and Mrs. James .T. Dun-
I James Story, will be an event of r Parish HalL All friends and reLr- Church met Wednesday, August .
Memorial Methodist Church' met have their guest, Jlrs. M.
: I seriously ill .Miss .Bryant will return nam as
Saturday afternoon, August 31, tives of the invited ., 14th, for its regular 'business
couple and
Mrs.
recently at the home of Mrs. J. J.I are t : Mr. Will C. Calk, and Mrs. Sadie Sheffield is spend-
| to Atlanta around the fin E. Holt, of ,Little Rock, Arkansas,
G. Cooper, with Mrs. Carl Quattk'baum The couple will exchange nupt'al the ceremony and reception. meeting three children, Julie, Cert and ing some time as the guest of Mr of September. mother of Mrs. Dunnam;,"She iar- '
as co-hostess. !I vows at Memorial Methodist Mrs. Clark Still gave the devotional -i'Stephen of Camden, S. C-, spent;and Mrs. Baynard Gowen at their'I rived Tuesday and will be 'hre
Refreshments were served 16 Church at three o'clock. Mrs. Davis Fetes taken from Acts 9:10-22- i last week with Mr. and Mrs. Mac- summer home at Harriett's Bluff, Mrs. Era Belle Fulgham and r.
for two weeks.
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followed! with Donell B. Struss and children. Ga.
the members priod to the meeting. Recent Bride At t prayer. I daughter Becky, recently returned
Mrs. R. E. Gray, chairman, pre. Mrs. Only Barber presided over: home after a week's visit tfith Mrs. P. D. Carmichael and
of Wood
Danny Melogy, son Mr. and Mrs. Ralph is expected
sided and welcomed the members Supper Honors \ Morning Party. the business session. After read Mrs. A. D. Melogy of O'Neal, returned home Friday from Alexandria,1 her daughter, Mrs. Jim ,Bauguesb, daughter, Mary Ann, visited hero '
The Missionary Education pro. ing minutes of the previous meei- .in Conowingo, Maryland, where last week with her sister, Mrs V. ;
Recent Bride to Garfield, N. J, Frida; Va. where she has spent ten days
.gram was presented by Mrs. D. Mrs. Stuart Davis was hostess ting, the State Mission Offering!, to attend his last year of high with her son-in-law and daughter,(I she resides while her husband is C. Owens, to attend the wedding
T. Bowers! She used several articles And Attendants last week at a Coke party honoring goal was set at $25.00. Report I school. Danny is living with h.:<5 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lentjes, and I with the Armed Forces in Ger of her niece, MHS JoAim' Owens,
from current church maga. Miss Katherine Thompson, I from the Nomination Committeewas many. Mrs. Bauguess is the form to Merrill Moultron. ..: :
Uncle and Aunt, and grandmother, infant son, Curtis Edmund, born
the iliss JoAnn Owens, whose bride of Mrs. Brazell I
zines and one from World I August 17. given by Clyde I Mr. and Mrs. John Sisko and August 10.
Outlook entitled, "The Mission :wedding to Merrill Moulton was The honoree greeted guests in The meeting was closed with I Mrs. Anna Melogy. He will be U ,. ,
We Have Been Given," by Dr. A. I solemnized August 17, and her attendants an attractive black and white cotton prayer for miss.onaries by Mrs. captain of the varsity football Mrs. Dan :Miles and young I '
C. Floyd. were honored at a bridal sundress, compl'mented: by a Bill Parker. f!team, and is very active in the ,daughter, Brenda, of Savannah,! t
Several announcements were I I supper August 15 at the homeof white gladioli floret corsage, presented -,i Members: present were, Mrs.'band, playing two instruments. I Ga., spent several days last week I For Fast Efficient'
.made and after the business re- Mrs. Lucille Dyal, aunt of the her by the hostess. \ I John Williams, Mrs. Pauline with her sisters, Mrs. Darwin I
.ports were given, Mrs. Burgess: I bride-elect Miss Lucy Dyal assisted A striking arrangement of pink Gaines, Mrs. Claude Nolan Win-II Sherrie Melogy, son of Mr. and i Smith and Mrs. Johnny Freeman,
dismissed the circle with prayer. I her mother as hostess. gladioli was used as the centerpiece I gate, Mrs. Clyde Brazell, Mrs. Mrs. A. D. Melogy, has been I and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,,'"
Mrs. T. J. Corbett will be hos.: Lovely arrangements of white I for the refreshment table; Only Barber, Mrs. Clark Still,* cited as the soldier of the month 1,Jerome Arnold, Sr., of Hilliard. ""
tess to the circle in September. chrysanthemums and greenery !overlaid with a white eutwork\Mrs. Wiley Hickox, and Mrs.!iI for June and July of two outfits, This was six-month-old Brenda's :
were placed at vantage points cloth. Party sandwiches Ronnie Hiers. I first visit in Florida with her LPGAS
I pink I :
3 RRU and 7 RRU. Sherrie is I
deVettes Observe throughout the rooms where the cake squares and miniature lemon relatives. Mrs. Miles is the former
guests were served, and later en. pies were served with iced Cokes.i i> Mrs. liable Milton returned stationed.in Viet Nam and is Miss Geraldine Arnold. I .
50th AnniversaryIn tertained with Bridal Bingo. scheduled to be home about Sep- "
after month's visit with
Sunday a
I Mrs. Davis presented the hon II Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Galphin,\
Receiving prizes were Mrs and Mrs. Bert Jenkins in
Mr. tember 30.
Tallahassee oree with -silver cake knife, engraved Sr. have just returned from At- ,
Clyde Sauls, Miss Helen Sauls with the I Elizabethtown, Ky. and Capt and' I II' :
couple's lanta where attended the
namp : they ; & Servi' '
Rev. and Mrs. J. M. deVette, and Miss Mary Nell Sauls. and their wedding date, as a gift Mrs. Charles Hopkins in Alabama.j Mr. and Mrs. John King hadas graduation of their son, W. N. I Delivery et
former residents, celebrated their Miss Owens was presented &: of remembrance' I' Mrs. Jenkins and Mrs. Hopkins ; their guests last week at their Jr., from Georgia State College.
50th wedding anniversary Tuesday gift of lingerie from her hos are Mrs. Milton's daughters.Miss cottage on the beach, Mrs. W. W I
their Approximately fifty guests called Their grandchildren, Vicky, Jay, ..
at house
at homein tesses.
open I during the hours of ten o'clock Ellen Babb returned recently Neely, Mrs. Gwen Byrd, Jack Jr., and Scot returned with them for ,
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Tallahassee.The Guests Miss Owens, her
were and noon.'r/*'' Bill, Susan, and Frances, of Atlanta a visit of several weeks. I
after spending two weeksat
couple was marted: August sister, Mrs. G. W. Boles, and Mrs BulkBottle,
Ga. I
20, 1913 in Hart, Michigan. Clyde Sauls, Miss Helen Sauls, Camp Weed, Episcopal Assem- I Guests last week of Mr. and I iMrs. .'
Their daughter, Miss Juanitc and Miss Mary Nell Sauls, Jacksonville Little Linda Ragan bly, in St. Theresa Beach. Mr. and Mrs. John Gennis and Carl Quattlebaum were Mr.I .
deVette of Tallahassee, and son, Mrs. Drew Sauls, Callahan Honored At daughter Lorane, of Atlanta, arc and Mrs. Charles WilliAms and f
Dr. Robert 0. deVette of Wheaton Mrs. Paul Carmichael and Party expected Wednesday to be the daughter Phylis, Mr. and Mrs. H.
, Illinois, were present at the daughter, Mary Ann St. Augustine On 3rd BirthdayLittle i Stork Club guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Kingat E. Quattlebaum, Gene, Harriett
anniversary reception. Miss Shirley O'Quinn, Mrs! their beach cottage.Mr. Carol Ann and Beth, and Miss Call 225.5146
Rev. and Mrs. deVette are reroemhered James T. Dunnam, Mrs. Charles Miss Linda Diane Ragan Marie Goodson, all of Columbia, ;
by many friends ia Grant, Mrs. L. L. Owens and Mrs. celebrated her 3rd birthday Sun Mr. and Mrs. Gene Musselwhite and Mrs. Jack King of S. C. ....., .
Fernandina Beach. I W. H. Flood.TREE day at a party given by her mother I of Jacksonville proudly announce I Waycross, Ga., will spend this .... ,. I
--- -- -- --- I Mrs. Howard Ragan, at their i the birth of a son, Owen Roland,1 month at their beach cottage with Mrs Ray Caldwell and daughter ./
I '" I home on Clinch Drive. weighing 8 lbs. 2 oz. Miss Mussel-I their' children, Charlotte, Mary Miss Candy Caldwell, returned ,
During the afternoon the little white is the former Miss Mar- Marta, Jay and John, Jr. home Monday after an extended Good
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1 garet Sanders of this city.
guests enjoyed after
games Friends of Mr. and Mrs. William visit in New Albany, Miss. and!I
which refreshments
were served. Mr. and Mrs. William Orien 0. Fenner will be interestedto Middleton, Tenn. Mr. CaldncllY!
The large cake, made
and decorated birthday Fenner II, announce the birth ol know they are returning to father, J. L. Caldwell, and sister,j i
BUY ONE TABLE LAMPAT train, was served as with a fruit choo-cho-j drinks a son, William Orien, III, August Winter Garden to make their Mrs. Helen Strickland, of New Housekeeping'Gas
and cookies. 10 at the University of Pennsyl home, after residing in Philadelphia :- Albany: accompanied them home
REGULAR PRICE vania Hospital in Philadelphia.The for the past year where Mr. for a visit. I
Enjoying the affair with the
baby: weighed 7 Ibs. 12 ozs. Fenner received his Master ol I
I GET ANOTHER ONE 'little honoree were, Betty and j Mrs. Fenner is the former Miss Science in Education at the University ,Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Galphin _
Randall Crapps, Windy Graham, Ann Cleland, daughter of Captainand of Pennsylvania. He will spent several days recently in
ABSOLUTELY FREE Peggy and Jimmy McSwain, Les Mrs. John B. Cleland.Mr. j teach in Winter Garden Iligli Norman Park, Ga. with their son
lie McSwain, Dalphine Strickland, School this fall and daughter-in-law, Mr. and f
CHOOSE FROM[ ANY PAIR OF LAMPS Donnie Douglass, Mike and Roy and Mrs. Roy Edmund Mrs. F. W. Galphin. II $
Lee, Nancy Douglass, Gail Smitl, Lentjes of Alexandria, Va. an I. Miss Nancy Jones and Miss Co.1'ULEE .,-. ';r
IN STOCK Donna, Annette, Rita and BrenJa nounce the birth: of a son, Curtis I Beverly Jones, former residents, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Pikula and !
Ragan. Edmund, on August 10. The little\,of, this city, spent several days, daughter, Margaret Anne, and I : .
MA THE'R Linda received a shower of'love lad weighed 8 Ibs.: 11 ozs. Mrs I'( here with friends. Nancy stayed: son, Stewart, spent the weekend FLA. 7
ly gifts from her little friends. Lentjes is the former Miss Gail with Miss Mary Ann Oliver, and i I'I in Williston and Ocala.: They were
OF FERNANDINA Wood, daughter of Mr. and MM.f Beverly with Miss Diane Lewis: accompanied home by their son,
A Line Of
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Miss Joy McKendiee had as her Ralph Wood. Paternal grandparents *, The two joined their family ti I Byron, who had been visiting in Complete Appliances .'_
329 South 8th Street Phone 261-4383 j guest this week Miss Clara Owens! I I are Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Lent, spend some time at Lake Junz.'' Orlando with his uncle and aunt,I
'of Fitzgerald, Ga. jes of Clarksdale, Miss. luska, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Byron T. McNally.
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I ers had set up values that were and said that all other building
I Tax EqualizationContinued I impossible for landowners to live came uncle. omeBtead exemption.
NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED
BUDGET
PersonalsMr. 1The .Harry Pooie'.was the first member -
with.He
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Board of County Commissioners ( from Page One) stated further that local I of the equalization board to j
of Nassau County, Florida, will meet at 10:00: o'clock A.M.on pulp and paper interests agreea I speak for that group and he sfd,
August 30th., 1963, at the County Courthouse, Fernandina Beach, and Mrs. W. E. Brinson I i owners are being over-assessed." to assist McKendree knowing full "I will have no part in directing
Florida, for the purpose of hearing requests and complaints from lie had as their guest for several Garden BasketBY Adding emphasis to Osborne's s I well that they would accrue extra the assessor ,to make; any change t tI
public'regarding the proposed budget for the fiscal year ending September weeks this I charge were a number of the landowners taxes the others. He add- | in his assessments."
summer, their niece. same as
Oth., 1964, and for considering and adopting said budget, '
i including Richard Cas- i
I ed that they willing to stand John Higginbotham, W. N. Gal-
wl ''ch 15 ,as follows: Miss Yvonne Lee of Decatur, Ga. JANE SCOFIELD were
sidy, W. P. Wright, Clyde Thei the extra taxes as an aid to county -' phin, Herb McKendree and Chairman -
ESTIMATED EXPRN'SES. NASSAU COUNTY Joining her here for two weeks i mas, 0. W. Bell. F. N. Stokes schools. Ii Jim Thomas each gave their
... Another of easily' So of the old fashioned I *
GENERAL FUND before their return home were one our many and Russell Johnson. !I'viewpoints apf their positions
He cited further that considerable
grown common plants which, flowers are coming into use againin Speaking in behalf of the
Salaries, County Commissioners .,-_......._... 12,000.00Sal.try her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh blooms at, this season and which, our gardens. In many instancesnew !( initiated up by McKendree I I savings were being made by i the matter .as a tax equalizationboard.
Clerk to Board County Commissioners 2,400.00 Lee. While here they also visited program McKendree in doing the work f .
we don't make as much use of as and improved varieties of | in revaluing county property were I
Clerical help _...? 8,400.00 with Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Tippins. we should is Vinca rosea, com-' them can be obtained. A lot ot i rather than having a professional :! Each gave endorsement to Me-
Davis head onier
Ernest of Ray
Salary, Supervisor of Registration ._ ...,.,..... 4,200.00Salary *
-- monly called Periwinkle. With this' their success depends too the firm of appraisers and he urged Kendree's tax roll and Herb Me-
on
Southeastern Timber Division,
Deputy Supervisor of Registration 3,300.00Cletk"C'ireuit Mr. and Mrs. Clark Still and i I
that the be continued.
Court, Recording and Adm. Work ......100.00 daughter June, returned home plant it is just as well to learn individual flare with which we i i and R. E. Phinney, plant managerof program Kendree said that he felt tie
Commissions Paid Tax Assessor -.-..._.._... 16,100.00 Saturday after week's visit the correct name and use it in use them and the esteem and the local division of Container Phinney said that he, speaking )' Board should give the tax assessor
Commissions Paid Tax Collector .-.-. -..?,, .,.,., 16,100.00 with relatives in a Atlanta Snell- full, for its relative, the Vinca care we bestow on them. Corporation of America. |I for Container, as the largest tax- the money to coin
Coroner's' Fees on Inquests .................._ ._ 300.00 with violet-blue flowers so usefLll Both companies have extensive payer in the county, echoed Davis necessary .
revaluation
Courthouse Maintenance: and Operation __ ...._. 10,500.00 ville, and Stockbridge, Ga. as a ground-cover for holdings in county timber land I I observations and said that if a tinue the program.A
Maintenance and Operation other Mrs. Clara Tiliakos celebratedher cations in cooler climates is also I Florida Forest and they have recently loaned records waiting period was observed un- I relatively few individual complaints .
administrative bldgs. ,, .,... ... 900.00 were handled but no re-
satisfied the
-- commonly called both Vinca and til all were program
and ._ .... birthday Sunday at horn and furnished personnel to made by the
Elections Registrations -.,.. ._ ',500.00r Periwinkle. be commendat were
with her Those Actually it is thought assist McKendree in his I would never completed."The I
family.
);. Advertising and Legal Expenses 800.00 present 'Income Is Over program. Board to the tax assessor.
Advertising Delinquent taxes .. 350.00 for the occasion were, her son-in- both names come from the same Davis said, "you cannot divorce !I revaluation program instituted ,
Expense,, lax Delinquent lands 250.00 law and daughter and their family -i Latin verb "vincere" meaning to values and millage. The tax ass i by McKendree has already --
Hospitalization Insurance Premiums forT Mr. and Mrs. James Deona>,I conquer, and it was thought the 12 Billion DollarsFlorida essor can only prepare the tax put a large segment of the M I
_.....__. old Latin name for this plant The Boardsin I basis !
Employees 3,300.00 Mike, Maria and George, and her I per- roll and set up values. taxpayers on an equal MMJC1011SWOODS
Admins. Supplies and Expense, County Comm. 4,000.00 son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. vinca was given it because it the county must look at mill- said Phinney, "and we (Container) :
Insurance Premiums 2,750.00 John Tiliakos, and John, Anna, tended to crowd out other plants. forest income has top- I age as closely as McKendree does hope that the Board will arrange
Office 'Supplies, County Offices 6,700.00 Stevie and Mitchell, and her The groundcover type has been ped a half b'llion dollars in value in assessing and valuing." I for McKendree to complete the 'f
Salary' Juvenile Judge .._._.._ 900.00 for
cultivated in England so long a single year. I for;
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Nick Tilia- Davis cited that in many areas program as soon as possible q
Juvenile Counselor, Salary and Travel expense 1,800.00Clerical that it is considered native there, The Florida Forest Service said i BURNERS
Help, Juvenile Judge 300.00 kos, and son, Michael. of the state professional apprais- the earliest equalization. !
Salaries Circuit Court Judges and its cultivation in Rome goes the $505,846,000 evaluation for I. Phinney added that he had ROB US ALL!,
Clerical Help County Judge ,,..--.,.- Mr. and Mrs. George Turner back to the first century. If we 1961 was in wholesale manufac- I been here for 25 years and that
Tubercular Hospitals ..........__ .?? ... ., 1,800.00 and two children, Benjamin and go back to the time of Chaucer 11 ture including sale of pulpwood survey -- sEows""a"nine per cent the problem has been ever-pres-1 I -
Insanity Inquiries ........................... 850.00 Nancy, of Savannah, Ga., were England we get a little insight lumber from Florida sawmills I increase over 1961. ent and that the present program
Relief Allowances ..............._.__--.-- 10,000.00 the guests of Mrs. Jennie Sanders into how the name Periwinkle has naval stores, and other primary I Foresters and industrialists be- is the first real move toward a''
Salary 'of County Physician ..._... 1,200.00 last weekend. evolved. The writers of that day products. This was a seven lieve that Florida's half-billion- solution. J "SEE C. B.'Pete7 .
Hospital Service for the Indigent _- 9,150.00 refer to it as "pervenke", "per- Der cent increase over the year plus forest industry- even now McKendree spoke up in defenseof
Salary, County Service Officer ...,900.00 Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Selph returned vinke" and Parwynke". However, before. the state's second largest wiil his actions in raising the tim'
Civil Defense .............................._..... .. 17,016.00 Saturday from Black this trailing groundcover : ] ; INGRAM"FOR
type in time reach the full b Ilion said that he
The half-billion dollar figure ber land taxes and i|
Salary County Agricultural Agent .._ _.......,, 4,800.00 ..
Salary Home Demonstration Agent -......,.,-._... 3,875.00 Mountain, N. C. where the couple (also goes under common name does not include, the value of secondary mark. Key to continued expansionis ,considered $15 an acre for land
Clerical Assistance Co. Agt., and Home accompanied Miss Sue Selph, loc! of Running-myrtle), so plentifulin or end.p oducts from wood more pine reforestation, more I of this type as realists.! i j
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Demo. Agt., .........................._..._....... .. -? 2,460.00 chapter president, and Miss Judy England and brought to Colon. such as furniture, cabinets, bags, utilization research, and intensified He expressed his appreciation I Real Estate r..,
Donations to County Fairs ................_...._..... ._ 4000.00 ial Virginia, thrives well only ir and cartons. Secondary values management of timberland.Two for the assistance he has received' Life Insurance I
Lasserre who at-
Scholarships and Travel Expense, 4.11 Club Boys 350.00 vice-president, the extreme western part of Flor-' would add some $225,000,000 more. million acres of Florida and for the general acceptance ot.:
Rent\ Telephone, Light, Fuel, Janitor and Supplies 1,000.00 tended an officer training courseat ida. The type which does so well An estimated 200,000 Floridians forest land have been planted ,the results to date. J I Retirement Income '
Scholarships and Travel Expense, 4.11 Club Girls .... 330.00 the Blue Ridge Tri-Hi-Y As for us is the erect growing (some- since reforestation was started 35 He added that he did not think I Health & AccidentHospitalizntion
Telephone, Office Supplies, Etc., Home pejno. Work 850.00 times sprawling: ) Vinca rosea, a depend directly on the state'syQodlands years ago. But more than half of it would be to the county's advantage '
sembly.Mr.
Farm Forestry Program .........___.,.- 1,000.00 native of the Old World Tropicsand \ for their livelihocd.
Fire Control................................. 11,453.13 and Wood-using plants in Florida Include Florida's forest land, including to have a professional. Major MedicalDisability
Mrs. Mercury Peronis sometimes called Madagascar I million of
eight acres pineland, Firm of appraisers since the program -

Life Publicity Saving.. .and........Water......-......Safety......__Program __. 3,000.00 5,500.00 and children, Pete and Caryn, of Periwinkle. It is the plant that i is nine pulp mills, 171 sawmills still needs planting with seedling had already been institutedind \. Monthly Income

Hyacinth Control......................___ 1,200.00 Gary, Indiana, were the guests of being used so hopefully in cancer I 21 veneer and crate plants trees before it can be broughtinto that considerable progress !
Payment to Municipal Fire Depts. _. ,. ,_. ... .... 4,000.00 his sister, Mrs. Nick Tiliakos, fora research. I and 21 treating plants. full production. had been and was being made. 1 L. L. BOHANNON
Furniture, Fixtures and Office Equipment ....8,700.00 week. They also visited another Vinca belongs to the same family 11Gross scomplete figures for 1962 are not Landowners in Florida will McKendree noted that only 18 Ito !
Equipment for County Agricultural Department .? 350.00 sister, Mrs. John Tiliakos, before of plants as the Oleander, and though pulpwood the I plant an estimated 100,000,000 I 20 new motels and 2 :service INSURANCEPhone
County Bldgs. at Yullee and Hilliard 1_.,........... 30,000.00. returning to Gary. unlike many plants of the same largest of nine production categories pine seedlings during fall 1963 ] i stations were built in the county 2G1-5269
Funds provided Tax Assessor for that to the layman seem included in the annual FFS and winter 1964. he past taxable J
Revaluation program .._..-,- ,-.-,- ,.,-.,........... 53,950.00 Mr. and Mrs. Russell Still returned family I -- -- -- -year- as- property -
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TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS ......... 284,134.13 home Sunday after a visit to have n6 common distinguishing -- -

RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES: __....:..- 19,132.45 in Daytona Beach, and spending characteristic, these two -
RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE TO BE plants seem to have the kindred .
several days with Mr. and Mrs. = ..
CARRIED FORWARD ............_..... 26,000.00. H. Waldbusser in Ocala. quality, at least to us, of spick J
TOTAL BUDGET __.__._.._. .. _... 329,266.58 and span neatness. i

ESTIMATED EXPENSES, NASSAU COUNTY Mrs. Ruby Pipkin spent several The smooth textured freshnessof I
FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND days in Gainesville wiii her son- a bed or border of Vinca roses

in-law and daughter, Mr. and has appeal at this season when
Salary, Judge Small Claims Court ._. _. ..r... 1800.00 plants seem engaged in a mad :
Salary, Clerk Small Claims Court ______ 900.00 Mrs. Ernie Nolan. Mrs. Pipkin's race to be on with their seasonaljob JI

Salary*.County Prosecuting Attorney __...... 360.00 daughter, Judy, returned with her of going to seed and for the !A A"OFFICIAL
Salaries, State Attorney & Assistants ___ 289.92 after time with disheveled
Salary, Sheriff ...................._....._ .. -.._... 10,500.00 spending some most part present a The leggy fact that- ]
her sister. appearance.
Salanes of Deputy Sheriffs & Assistants 71,340.00
Salary, County Judge ........... ..-.. .. 9,600.00 in South Florida, where it is a
Salaries Assistants & Clerks _.._- 8,900.00 Mr. and Mrs. Delma Carlton perennial, it has escaped from I
Salary, Public Defender ______.. 1,200.00 and son Ricky, visited last week cultivation and is considered practically -,I
Clerk Circuit Court, Cost Bills Criminal Cases 2,000.00 with her two sisters, Mrs. J. D. a weed has no doubt af- ]
County Judge's Cost Bills ..... ... Williams, and Mrs. Pauline Lof- fected its popularity in our gar-j
Justice of feace, Cost Bills Criminal Cases __18000.00 ton. dens, but it has much to recom-,
'Constable's Cost Bills, Criminal Cases __ 9,000.00 mend it in beauty and usefulness,
County Prosecuting Attorney, Conviction Fees _.. 3,000.00 j
.Witnesses & Jurors Fees, Criminal Cases _,.,._:..1200.00 .'I CARD OF THANKSI With. us Vinca is an annual to :!
Other Court Costs and Fees, Criminal Cases 2,400.00 wish to use this medium to be planted in spring when we are
Expenses Other than Salaries, County Judge 2,743.08 sincere thanks to all considering our hot weather gar-,:
Repairs, County Jail .....__ .._....._.. _... _,,_ 2,400.00 express my dens and bedding plants which
Care of County Prisoners .....__._._._ _.. .j 100.00 those who remembered me with will require little effort from us. I I
Expenses other than Salaries, Sheriffs Office 59,384.00 their lovely cards, consoling Like most "take care of itself" I

Investigations, Sheriff ...-,.....___-. .._ ,. 960.00 visits, beautiful flowers, food and garden items Vinca appreciates !
Other Supplies and Expenses .?,._.. 500.00 prayers during the recent illness attention and responds accordingI .
Heating System, County Jail ....... 3,000.00Shtriff'a and death of my husband, Louis
Equipment .........._. 1,6.u.OOEquipment Londe. I am especially gratefulto but it seems to thrive in hot dry i
County Judge ..... 850.00 the doctors, nurses and entire weather even with neglect and of 1963
J TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS ....,.. 212,071.00 staff at Humphreys Memorial poor soil. We write about it now "do
RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES: County Judge 2,209.31 so that you may note its performance I
RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES, County 6,517.36 Hospital, and to Oxley Mortuaryfor about town during the difficult -. To Make'RoomFor
RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES, Sheriff ,....1001.00 their beautiful service in this month of August and determine i
RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE TO BE time of need. May the Lord rich whether or not you would I
_-. CARRIED FORWARD 25,000.00 ly reward each of you for your
like to include it in next year' I
thoughtfulness.Most One seed catalogue cai- I I ? For TNeCLEARANCE"
TOTAL BUDGET... ._.__ 246,798.16 sincerely. planting. %Q '
ries it in seven varieties accord- \
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(signed) Mrs. Pearl C. Londe. \
ESTIMATED EXPENSES, NASSAU COUNTY ing to color and habit of growthIts I
ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND usual height is from one anda j
j r. "A reckless driver is called a half to two feet, but there are ON ALL Liii ) New 64'sGef
/1ru
Supervisory Salaries (Rd. Supt and guards) .... 16470.00 lot of but he available
Free Labor .............................._.__....____ 68,690.00 names, eventually a couple of varieties
is likely to be called 'the ''deceas which form neat ten inch moundsof
Buildings, operation and Maintenance 3,600.00Equipment
". Maintenance .._...._. ... ,.. _.- 14,000.00 ed.' Stanley W. Olson, Win- bushy growth, and there is
Gasoline .and Oils ........................._. ....._ 9,000.00 nebago (Minn.) Enterprise.Run even a Ittile creeping form only
t Other Supplies ._........... _. 1,000.00 five or six inches high with rosy Ii These/ Great Buys While They Last!

I Care of convicts. ?..........................-.--.._ -.. ...10300.00 one of baby's cotton blossoms.
Road, 'Bridge, Culverts and Other materials 9,500.00 swabs around the rim of paint Vincas may be propagated by

I Roads Purchase, and of Bridges Rignt-of-Way built! by......contract......____-_.., ..-_. 15,000.00 200.00 cans to remove the excess paint making softwood cuttings, as wellas II Three Falcons ((1 Wagon) Three Fairline 500 ((1 I Wagon) .
that prevents the top from by seed. They also will toler-
Expense of Procuring Right-of-Way _...?._. .200.00
"Premium on Workmen's Compensation Ins. ._ 2,630.00 closing completely. ate some shade. i

Premium on Insurance on Road Equipment ... 1500.00 Eight Galaxie 500 Fastbacks & Sedans One Comet H.T.
Engineering ___._. 700.00 Mercury Coupe
Purchase of Road Equipment 18,000.00 Fines and Forfeitures .- .,..-.. ,---,. 130,000.00Fees
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS \ 170,790.00 from Small Claims Court 700.00

RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIIES .:: .._ 16,300.00. Fees, Sheriff _.......... 2,400.00 One Mercury Monterey Custom Sedan
RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE TO BE Receipts, County Judge 6,000.00
CARRIED FORWARD 35,000.00 State Racing Funds -........._._.. 2,500.00
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS 214,524.38

TOTAL BUDGET .. .. _..,_..- 222,090.00 LESS 5% ............................_._.._......_.........._ 10,726.22 THREE DEMONSTRTORS LEFT I
""' 95% OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS ............._ 203,798.16 -
ESTIMATED EXPENSES. NASSAU COUNTY BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD:

BOND INTEREST AND SINKING FUND CASH .................._.........................?......._.._ 43,000.00
.Interest on Courthouse and Jail Revenue Ctfs. ,.._ 1,350.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES ........ 246,798.16 One Falcon V8 H.T. Coupe Two Galaxie 500 Sedans

Fees of Paying Agent ..........................._....._._ 26.40 (Millage Levied Last Year 0 Estimated This Year 3) t"-.1

Payment ot Principal on Courthouse and Jail .. _. ....,. _.__. ....._ Air
.. ... .. TOTAL BUDGET .. .. .__ 843,350.90ESTIMATE One Conditioned
Revenue Certuicates ... .. ..... ......_._ 20,000.00
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS ............_.__ 21,376.40 OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS
RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE TO BE ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND
CARRIED FORWARD 23,819.76
Gasoline Tax 20% of 7th cent .._._._......._.._._... 25,000.00 Special Closeout Prices On i
TOTAL BUDGET ...,.,..._._.._ 45,196.1f Gasoline and Motor Fuel Tax, County Surplus 39,750.00
Motor Vehicle Fuel, Tax 20% of 7th cent _..._ 250.00
TOTALBUDGET ...__.. ... 843.350.lK Auto Transportation Tax ., .. 2,200.00
... State Racing Funds ............__.._... .. 75,000.00 Three 1-2 Ton Ford PickupsYES
ESTIMATE.. OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS, NASSAU COUNTYGENERAL TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS ........._..__ 142,200.00

I FUND LESS 5% .... ............ ........._.............?,..............__..._ 7,110.00
I 95% OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS .........m..._.. 135,090.00(
Mills assessed valuation of
TAXES, 8.6

.. -Fund$$34,241,460.00 Received for on..Civil.._.....::.Defense_..__._...._.....,,,......_....08416.56. 7,533.00 BALANCES CASH _TO.......BE. .... BROUGHT.............._...FORWARD......................:....... 87000.00 FOLKS, THIS IS WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR. THE

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I TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES 222,090.00
Railroad and Telegraph Taxes ... ., _. 800.00
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__._ .. 450.00 (Millage Levied Last Year 0 Estimated This Year 0))
Insurance Agents County License Tax -
I Tax Redemptions ......................._.. .. _.- 800.00: ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS 64's ARE COMING SOON AND WE MUST r MAKE ROOM.
Sale of Tax Delinquent Lands _-- .._ ..._ ...-.... BOND INTEREST AND SINKING FUND
Candidates Filing Fees: ..._._..__.._ ..........-.. 4,000.00
/ Occupational License Tax w 2,500.00 TAXES 1 Mill on assessed valuation of

Beverage Licence Tax ...__.. -, -.r.-,... 6,100.00 $24,241,460.00 .................._______-_.-._............ 24,211.60 Hurry Down These Won't Last long! .
Income Tax Assessor .......-_. Tax Redemptions ................._..____.--_..___.__ 100.00
f Income Tax Collector .........._..._ ...... 3,000.00 Sale of Tax Delinquent lands _....._..___.....____...
I Income, Clerk Circuit Court ...__. ._.........,... 500.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS .......-.?........... 24,341.60
Into0teCounty Judge ....._...._...._. ..................... 200.00 LESS 5% ..... .... ............._....._...._......_.._.............-... 1,217.08
Stile Racing Funds: ... ..................._.___ 17,500.00 95% OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS ._....__.......... 23,124.52
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS ._..._...._._ 25135956 BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: LAS MOTOR COMPANY
LESS .. ... ..... 12,592.98 CASH .._............_______..___._....._...._ 22,071.64 SERRE
I' 95% 05Js'i i TED' RECEIPTS ===== 239,266.58BALANCES TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES _.. 45,106.16
TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: (Mfflage Levied Last Year 1 Estimated This Year 1)

CASH ............. .. ......................_..._. 90,000.00 ;1 V
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES 329,2663 TOTAL BUDGET 843,35050 I. t 1. .
(Millage Levied Last Year 8.27 Estimated This: Year 8.6) ,,".c,
Attest
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ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS D. OXLEY, Clerk tSE.L Since 1910
FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND ( ) 2613819.vr..1

TAXES'3-Mills on assessed valuation of JIM THOMAS, Chairman .

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Pa r a. Six News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, August 22, 1963 ;'
*r' I ers had set up values that were and said that all other building
i 1 Tax EqualizationContinued impossible for landowners to live I came underJiornestead exemption.
NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED BUDGET
PersonalsMr. TheGarden with.He Harry Pdole.was the first member -
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Board of County Com. ( from Page One) stated further that local of the equalization board to
missioners! of Nassau County, Florida, win meet at 10:00: o'clock A.M.on pulp and paper interests agreed I speak for that group and he sfd,
August 30th., 1963, at the County Courthouse, Fernandina Beach, and Mrs. W. E. Brinson owners are being over-assessed." to assist McKendree knowing full 1 "I will have no part in directing
Florida, for the purpose of hearing requests and complaints from lie had as their guest for several' Basket Adding emphasis to Osborne't* well that they would accrue extra I the assessor to make any change '
public regarding the proposed budget for the fiscal year ending Sep- charge were a number of the landowners He add I in hIs assessments. 1
weeks this taxes the others.
tembei t SOtL, 1S64, and for considering and adopting said budget, summer, their niece. same as I
b i I including Richard Cassidy ed that to stand John Higginbotham, W. N. Gal-
willing
which IS ,as follows: Miss Yvonne Lee of Decatur, Ga. i BY JANE SCOFIELD they were
;, W. P. Wright, Clyde ThI ,,- I
the extra taxes as an aid to coun- ; phin, Herb McKendree and ChalrI -
ESTIMATED EXPENSES NASSAU COUNTY Joining her here for two weeks I mas, 0. W. Bell, F. N. Stokes ty schools.He j man Jim Thomas each gave their I Ii
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.. GENERAL FUND before their return home were Another one of our easily So many of the old fashioned I and Russell Johnson. I II !i viewpoints and;" their positions In
cited further that considei-
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh grown common plants which flowers are coming into use againin I Speaking up in behalf of the matter as'a tax equalization
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Salaries, County Commissioners ,-?... 12,000.00 blooms at, this season and which our gardens. In many instancesnew initiated by McKendreeI able savings were being made by i jthe
Salary, Clerk to Board County Commissioners .. 2,400.00 Lee. While here they also visited we don't make as much use of as and improved varieties of program I II McKendree in doing the work i board. '
Clerical ..__............ _. I I in revaluing county property were i to Me-
help .? _?._ ,, 8,400.00 with Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Tippins. we should is Vinca rosea, com- them can be obtained. A lot ot ; Ernest Davis, head of Rayonier's I rather than having a professionalfirm Each gave endorsement
Salary, Supervisor of Registration _, .
4,200.00
their of appraisers and he urged Kendree's tax roll and Herb Me-
called Periwinkle. With this the
too
monly success depends
Salary, Deputy Supervisor of Registration _. 3,300.00 Mr. and Mrs. Clark Still and on I Southeastern Timber Division,
? that the be continued.
Clerk Circuit: Court, Recording and Adm. Work ...?.100.00 daughter June, returned home I plant it is just as well to learn individual flare with which we j and R. E. Phinney, plant managerof I program Kendree said that he felt the"
Co*m.issions Paid Tax Assessor .,..- ??. 16,100.00 Saturday after at'eek's visit the correct name and use it in use them and the esteem anj the local division of Container j Phinney said that he, speaking i'I Board should give the tax asses

Commissions Paid Tax Collector ....w,._,w? 16,100.00 with relatives in Atlanta Snell- full, for its relative, the Vinca care we bestow on them. Corporation of America. I for Container, as the largest tax sor the necessary money to continue '
Coroner's Fees on Inquests .._ .._ 300.00 with violet-blue flowers so useful Both companies have extensive payer in the county, echoed Davis
ville and the revaluation
Courthouse Ma.ntenance: and Operation _. JO, oo.OO Stockbridge, Ga. as a ground-cover for shaded locations holdings in county timber land I observations and said that if a program.
Maintenance and Operation other Mrs. Clara Tiliakos celebratedher in cooler climates is also : Florida Forest and they have recently loaned records waiting period was observed until -1 A relatively few individual complaints
administrative bldgs. _.?.-.. .-.,._.- 900.00 commonly called both Vinca and all were satisfied the program were handled but no recommendations -
birthday Sunday at home and furnished personnel to
Elections and Registrations _..___ $500.00 : were made by the
with her family. Those present Periwinkle. Actually it is thought assist McKendree in his program. I would never be completed. ,
Advertising and 800.00
1.fg.at Legal Expenses Income Is Over i Board to the tax assessor.
Advertising Delinquent taxes .. 350.00 for the occasion were, her son-in- both names come from the same Davis said, "you cannot divorce 1 I! "The revaluation program instituted .
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Expense. lax Delinquent lands ._.... ........... .... ....._.. 250.00 law and daughter and their fam- Latin verb "vincere" meaning to! values and millage. The tax ass- by McKendree has already '
Hospitalization Insurance Premiums for ily, Mr. and Mrs. James Deona*, conquer, and it was thought the 12 Billion DollarsFlorida essor can only prepare the tax put a large segment of the

7 Employees _._...- --- .??.,. -_ -_ .- 3,300.00 Mike, Maria and George, and her old Latin name for this plant per- roll and set up values. The Boardsin I taxpayers on an equal basis," MALICIOUSWOODS
Admins. Supplies and Expense, County Comm. 4,000.00 son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. vinca was given it because it the county must look at mill- said Phinney, "and we (Container) ,
Insurance Premiums .., .. ... 2,750.00 tended to crowd out other plants. forest income has top- will
?- ?- lt ? John Tiliakos, and John, Anna, age as closely as McKendree does hope that the Board arrange
Office 'Supplies, County Offices 6,700.00Salary' Stevie and Mitchell, and her The groundcover type has been ped a half billion dollars in value in assessing and valuing." I for McKendree to complete the ,
Juvenile ........_____ 900.00
Judge for
cultivated in England so long a single year. I for :
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Nick Tilia- Davis cited that in many areas program as soon as possible q;
Juvenile Counselor Salary and Travel expense 1,800.00Clerical that it is considered native there, The Florida Forest Service said I BURNERS
Help, Juvenile Judge ._ 300.00 kos, and son, Michael.Mr. : of the state professional appraissurvey the earliest equalization. !
... ... ... and its cultivation in Rome goes the $505,846,000 evaluation for Phinney added that he had *
Salaries Circuit Court Judges ......... : ROB US ALL!
Clerical Help County Judge .. ............. .. ._ ,.- and Mrs. George Turner back to the first century. If we I 1961 was in wholesale manufac- been here for 25 years and that''
Tubercular Hospitals ._ I 1800.00 and two children, Benjamin and go back to the time of Chaucer M ture including sale of pulpwood shows a nine per cent the problem has been everpresent -: .
Insanity Inquiries ._ 850.00 Nancy, of Savannah, Ga., were England we get a little insight lumber from Florida sawmills increase over 1961. and that the present program
Relief Allowances ._ 10,000.00 the guests of Mrs. Jennie Sanders into how the name Periwinkle has naval !stores and other pri- Foresters and industrialists be- is the first real move toward a1 I

Salary" 'of County Physician ...__. 1,200.00 last weekend. evolved. The writers of that day mary products. This: was a seven lieve that Florida's_ half-billion- solution. "SEE C. B.'Pete' .
Hospital Service for the Indigent 9,150.00 refer to it as "pcrvenke", "per. per cent increase over the year plus forest industry even now McKendree spoke up in defense':
Service Officer _____ 900.00 Mr.\ and Mrs. V. E. Selph returned -
Salary County vinke" and Parwynke". However, before. the state's second largest will actions in the timber '
....................... of his raising INGRAM"FOR
Civil Defense ................ _- 17,016.00 Saturday from Black this
trailing groundcover
type The half-billion dollar figure in time reach the full b115on land taxes and said that he i|
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Salary County Agricultural Agent 4,800.00Sal.ry I
Home Demonstration Agent __.?._._. ???.,.. 3,875.00 Mountain, N. C. where the couple (also goes under common name does not include the value of secondary mark. Key to continued expansionis considered $15 an acre for land t
Clerical Assistance Co. Agt., and Home accompanied Miss Sue Selph, local ,of Running-myrtle), so plentifulin or end-products from wood :. more pine reforestation, more of this type as realist j ,

Demo. Agt., ............................._....._.? _?._ 2460.00 chapter president, and Miss Judy England and brought to Colon. such as furniture, cabinets, bags, utilization research, and intensi- He expressed his appreciation't Real Estate
Donations to Count Fairs ........._.._...._ 4,000.00 ial Virginia, thrives well only ir and cartons. Secondary values fied management of timberland.Two for the assistance he has received Life Insurance' J
Lasserre who at-
Scholarships and Travel Expense, 4-11 Club Boys. 350.00 vice-president, the extreme"western part of Flor-' would add some $225,000,000 more. million acres of Florida and for the general acceptance of ,
Rent\ ,Telephone, Light, Fuel, Janitor and Supplies 1,000.00 tended an officer training course ida. The type which does so well An estimated 200,000 Floridians forest land have been planted the results to date. I Retirement Income :
Scholarships and Travel Expense, 4-H Club Girls .._ 330.00 at the Blue Ridge Tri-Hi-Y As- for us is the erect growing (some since reforestation was started 35 lIe added that he did not think : Health & AccidentHospitalization
Telephone, Office Supplies, Etc., Home Demo Work 850.00 times sprawling: ) Vinca rosea, a depend directly on the state'swoodlands years ago But more than half ofFlorida's it would be to the county's advantage I
Farm Forestry Program ........_..__......--.. 1,000.00 sembly.Mr. native of the Old World Tropicsand for their: livelihood. '
Fire Control................................. 11,453.13Life and Mrs. Wood-using plants in Florida Include forest land, includingeight to have a professional Major Medical\
and Water Mercury Peronis sometimes called Madagascar I million acres of pineland, firm of appraisers since the pro- ,
3,000.00Publicity
Saving... .......................Safety.M__Program____ 5,500.00 and children, Pete and Caryn, of Periwinkle. It is the plant that is nine pulp mills, 171 sawmills still needs planting with seedling gram had already been instituted Disability Monthly IncomeL.
Hyacinth Control........................._. ? ? ??.?. 1,200.00 Gary, Indiana, were the guests of being used BO hopefully in cancer 21 veneer and crate plants trees before it can be broughtinto and that considerable progress'had :'
Payment to Municipal Fire Depts.;_??....4,000.00 his sister, Mrs. Nick Tiliakos, fora research. I and' 21 treating plants. full production. been and was being made. t L. BOHANNON

Furniture, Fixtures and Office Equipment ......?..8,700.00 week. They also visited another Vinca belongs to the same lam, \ ;ross figures for 19C2 are not I Landowners in Florida will McKendree noted that only td'
Equipment for County Agricultural Department ._ 350.00 sister, Mrs. John Tiliakos, before ily of plants as the Oleander, and complete. though pulpwood the I I plant an estimated 100.000,000pine to 20 new motels and 2 service'' INSURANCE
County Bldgs. at Yullee and Milliard .......?....?. 30,000.00. returning to Gary. unlike many plants of the same largest of nine production categories seedlings during fall 1963' stations were built in the countythe Phone '261-5269
Funds provided Tax Assessor for that to the layman included in the annual FFS and winter 1964. taxable 1
family seem past
Revaluation program ......._ .. -?.-,. 53,950.00TOTAL Mr. and Mrs. Russell Still returned - year as property
APPROPRIATIONS ........__ 284,134.13 home Sunday after a visit to have no common. distinguishing -
RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES: ??:;.....-. 19,132.45 in Daytona Beach, and spending characteristic, these two
RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE TO BE several days with Mr. and Mrs. plants seem to have the kindred -- l
CARRIED FORWARD ...._....?..,.... ...... 26,000.00 H. Waldbusser in Ocala. quality, at least to us, of spick I >!&
TOTAL BUDGET M?._ 329,266.58 and span neatness. i
Mrs. Ruby Pipkin spent several The smooth textured freshnessof I
r NASSAU
ESTIMATED EXPENSES, COUNTY
FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND days in Gainesville Wh her son. a bed or border of Vinca rosea II

in-law and daughter, Mr. and has appeal at this season when
Salary, Judge Small Claims Court __ ...V.__?..?. 1,800.00Salary plants seem; engaged in a mad : t I
Clerk Small Claims Court ???...._? J.?._??_ 900.00 Mrs. Ernie Nolan. Mrs. Pipkin's race to be on with their seasonal
Salary. County Prosecuting Attorney ?.__. 360.00 daughter, Judy, returned with her :job of going to seed and for the A N1HGMoUS
Salaries, State Attorney & Assistants ___ 289.92Salary disheveled
after time with
Sheriff -,...........__. ..?_ 10,500.00 spending some most part present a leggy -
The fact that
her sister. : appearance. ,
Salaries of Deputy Sheriffs & Assistants 71,340.00 .
Salary, County Judge ..__..?._.?.???? 9,600.00 in South Florida, where it is a
Salaries Assistants & Clerks _...._..?.?.._.?_. 8,900.00 Mr. and Mrs. Delma Carlton perennial, it has escaped from
Salary, Public Defender ._._.. ___ 1,200.00 and son Ricky, visited last week cultivation and is considered prac-,I
Clerk Circuit Court, Cost Bills Criminal Cases _... 2,000.00 with her two sisters, Mrs. J. D. : tically a weed has no doubt af-

County Judge's Cost Bills .._.,._.?.._..._._.r......__?..._._...... Williams, and Mrs. Pauline Lof- fected its popularity in our gar-( y\
Justice ot reace, Cost Bills Criminal Cases 18,000.00 ton. dens, but it has much to recommend
Constable's Cost Bills, Criminal Cases ..?.. w._???_... 9,000.00 it in beauty and usefulness.
County Prosecuting Attorney, Conviction Fees .. 3,000.00 j
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.Witn sse, & Jurors Fees, Criminal Cases .....,-.:..? 1,200.00 CARD OF THANKSI With us Vinca is an annual to
Other Court Costs and Fees, Criminal Cases __ 2,400.00 wish to use this medium to be planted in spring when we are w
Expenses Other than Salaries, County Judge _.... 2,743.08 considering our hot weather gar !)
sincere thanks all
Repairs, County Jail ......_....... 2,400.00 express my to dens and bedding plants which ,
Care of County Prisoners ..__.____..100.00; those who remembered me with will require little effort from us.
Expenses other than Salaries, Sheriffs Office ...-. 59,384.00 their lovely cards, consoling Like most "take care of itself"

Investigations, Sheriff ..._........... .?.._.._.I -._...____..? 960.00 visits, beautiful flowers, food and garden items Vinca appreciates
Other Supplies and Expenses 500.00 prayers during the recent illness attention and responds according- .
Heating System, County Jail 3,000.00 and death of my husband, Louis
Sheriff's Equipment .........._.. 1,644.00 Londe. I am especially gratefulto I but it seems to thrive in hot dry -
, Equipment County Judge ?.. 850.00 the doctors, nurses and entire weather even with neglect and of 1963'
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS _.._ V__ 212,071.00 staff at Humphreys Memonal poor soil. We write about it now I
RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES: County Judge 2,209.31 and so that you may note its performance "OFFICIAL Makeftoom
Hospital, to Oxley Mortuaryfor
RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES, County 6,517.36 about town during the difficult To
their beautiful 'service this
in
RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES, Sheriff 1,001.00RESERVE : month of August and determine -
time of need. May the Lord rich /
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FOR CASH BALANCE TO BE whether or not you would
CARRIED FORWARD ___._ 25,000.00 ly reward each of you for your like to include it in next year' I FORD i/ / / ,M

TOTAL BUDGET 246,798.16 thoughtfulness.Most sincerely. planting. One seed catalogue carries -I For The

(signed) Mrs. Pearl C. Londe. it in seven varieties according I CLEARANCE"ON
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ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND Its usual height is from one anda ,
,. I \ 64'sGet
4 "A reckless driver is called a half to two feet, but there are:. ALL New
Salaries Rd. and _
( Supt. guards) 16,470.00Free
Supervisory lot of but he available
Labor ...........................?.?...___.__.__?.. 68,690.00 names, eventually a couple of varieties I.
Buildings: operation and Maintenance .. .._ 3,600.00 is likely to be called 'the ''deceas which form neat ten inch moundsof
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. Equipment, Maintenance __..._?...... .._.._.... ......... 14,000.00 ed.!" Stanley W. Olson, Win- bushy growth, and there is I
J Gasoline pad Oils .............._...?....?_..................?.....?_ 9,000.00 nebago (Minn.) Enterprise.Run even a lttile creeping form only
.\ \ Other Supplies ............-..?.......__.._. ??? ? 1000.00 five or six inches high with rosy I These Great Buys While They Last!
I Care of convicts ?.......?._?...._........__._,?...10300.00 one of baby's cotton blossoms.
Road, 'Bridge, Culverts and Other materials ???__ 9,500.00 swabs around the rim of paint Vincas may be propagated by

. Roads Purchase, and of Bridges Right-of built-Way by......contract...... 15,000.00 200.00 cans to remove the excess paint making softwood cuttings, as wellas I Three Falcons( Wagon) Three Fairline 500 (1( Wagon)
Expense of Procuring Right-of-Way 200.00 that prevents the top from by seed. They also will tolerate .

Premium on Workmen's Compensation Ins. ..___ .. 2,630.00 closing completely. some shade.

Premium on Insurance on Road Equipment _?..?_ 1,500.00Engineering Galaxie 500 Fastbacks & Sedans One
__.___r.... .. 700.00 Eight Mercury Comet H.T. Coupe

Purchase of Road Equipment ........?..? ..?..,._.., 18,000.00 Fines and Forfeitures 130,000.00Fees
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS \ 170,790.00 from Small Claims Court 700.00

RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIIES _.?1 ?._ V I. 16300.00 Fees, Sheriff _.?.. V IV, V _V_ ...._. 2,400.00 One Mercury Monterey Custom Sedan
RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE TO BE Receipts, County Judge 6,000.00 :
CARRIED FORWARD .. ,..?. 35,000.00 State Racing Funds _. ......_.._..... 2,500.00
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS ___ 214,524.38

TOTAL BUDGET 222,090.00 LESS 5% ............................__......_.._._.........._ 10726.22 THREE DEMONSTRTORS LEFT ; t
-. .. 95ft OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS -..........._ 203,798.16 -
: ESTIMATED EXPENSES, NASSAU COUNTY
BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD:

BOND INTEREST AND SINKING FUNDInterest CASH ................._........................_...__._ 43,000.00
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES _...... One Falcon V8 H.T. Two Galaxie 500 Sedans
on Courthouse and Jail Revenue Ctfs. .1,350.00Fees 2t6,798.161 Coupe
of Paying Agent& ..................................._.._ 26.40 (Millage Levied Last Year 0 Estimated This ) V Ii'q.

.Payment. Revenue 01 Principal Certificates on Courthouse...................w.and_,.._Jail_ 20,000.00 TOTAL BUDGET ...........?_._._..?......_..?...... _..__ 843,350.9)ESTIMATE ) One Air Conditioned

:TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS ..........?...?.._.____ 21,376.40 OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS
RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE TO Bfi ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND
CARRIED FORWARD 23,819.76
I ? Gasoline Tax 20% of 7th cent .._._.._.........__.. 25,000.00 Special Closeout Prices On ,'
I TOTAL BUDGET 45,196.16 Gasoline and Motor Fuel Tax, County Surplus 39,750.00
I Motor Vehicle Fuel, Tax 20% of 7th cent ___ 250.00

i TOTAL BUDGET _?_??. .,...., ..?,..J. ._ 843,350.90 Auto Transportation Tax 2,200.00
State Racing Funds .._.........__.._____........ 75,000.00 Three 1-2 Ton Ford PickupsYES
ESTIMATE_ OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS, NASSAU COUN'r1I TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS _...._....... 142,200.00

I V GENERAL FUND LESS 5% .... ............ ........................._................_..... 7,110.00
I 95% OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS ?.?........._ 135,090.00
TAXES 8.6 Mills assessed valuation of
on
..._.._......__.. BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD:
$2441,460.00:! 208,476.56 CASH _......... .... .............._.................................. 87,000.00 FOLKS, THIS IS WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR. THE64's
Funds Received for Civil Defense __ __ __._ 7,533,00 ,
t ........
AND BALANCES
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS 222,090.00Millage
Railioad V and Telegraph Taxes .._-.._?.?.._ 800.00lnaurance
Agents County License Tax __ ?... 450.00 ( Levied Last Year 0 Estimated This Year 0))

Tax Redemptions: ...........................??._.-..?..... ...... 800.00 ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS ARE COMING SOON AND WE r MUST MAKE ROOM.
Sale of Tax IMinqueut Lands --... ... .. BOND INTEREST AND SINKING FUND
Candidates Filing Fits: ...._._._._._..????..........? 4,000.00
Occupational License Tax ? 2,500.00 TAXES 1 Mill on assessed valuation of
Beverage Licence Tax .__ -__ 6,100.00 $24,241,460.00 .........__...___ 21,211.60 Hurry Down These Won't last long! -
I I Income Tax Assessor ......._.. Tax Redemptions ..................-.___.._.._._ 100.00
' Income Tax Collector .....--........_.?_ ....,.............. 3,000.00 Sale of Tax Delinquent lands ......._____...._____...__..
I' Income, Clerk Circuit Court.. ._..___ V- -. 500.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS .........._........... 24,341.60
Income 'County Judge _"'M"'..."." ?.?? 200.00 LESS 5% ..... ........................._.._......._..__._......__. 1217.08
I Stale Racine Funds: ..........................--- 17,500.00 95% OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS ..._.._.._....... 23,124.52
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TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS .....__._ 251,85956 BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: LAS SERRE MOTOR COMPANY

L LESS 12,592.98 CASH .._.._...._...___ .._...._..._........__._ 22,071.64
95c 05 ESTIMATED i iirrs-J 239, 66. 8 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES _.._ 45,196.16'
BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: (Millage Levied Last Year 1 Estimated This Year 1)

CASH ............. .. ............... ........_..._?...,.._ r,... 90,000.00 i; jIr
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES 3"' ,266.58 TOTAL BUDGET 843,350.90 .. !, '
(Millage Levied Last Year &27 Estimated This Year 8.6)
Attest: SOUTH EIGHTH STIIEEf. ;
ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS D.O.OXLEYCerk I Since 1910 1,1.

FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND (SEAL) 1'110\'E.6t X819

TAXES *3.Mills on assessed valuation of JIM V THOMAS, ChairmanBoard ,

t .'24241460.00 _.... 72,724.38 County Commissioners,

Tax BideapUo&j 200.00 _. ,- i j' Nassau County, Florida. .. _t..:.....'






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I News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, August 22, 1963 Page Seven



Junior. Golfers Tee Off /MondayWomen's Club Championship' 1963 Pirate Football Schedule .



Pairings Announced Camden County, Georgia September 20 ...,..._ There
A record number of entries w'ultee
off Monday morning in the I P. K. Yonge _______ September 27 Where

Softball annual Jun.or Golf Tournamentat i By Golf Association I Green Cove Springs _._ October 4 --'.-Here
I r .
DIVING DUCKt1 NOW YOUR FLORIDAWATERFOWL the Fernandina Beach Golf i I Madison ___,._.... October 11' There
Course.
! $ / ftESft WATER., The is joint effort of Pairings for the club champ- Baker County ___ October 18 t'" Here
tourney
r AP5< R/N6ED the Fernandina Beach News- Santa Fe October 25 ___ There
sot ] JJVlIlS AND Golf Association were revealtd I
edJl NAT( BAYS B/LL Leader and Ed Mattson, head I this week by Cecil Loptien, tourney Douglas, Georgia .....:.-__ November 1 _._ Her
golf professional The competitionis
er" .lJJr FLOWA ro# ,' HEAD QOWNMOrr/ED aimed at increasing the interest I chairman. Bradford Count} November 8 'Here:

7 : ,.70 MIP-MAcJ WITH MITE AROUND BASE of the youngsters of this area The competition begins Sept. 8 # Orange Park November 15 ._..,. Here
I and matches in the first round cf
In
IELArETo f., OF BILL 9 WHITISH RING in the
sport. Live Oak November 22 There
play must be completed by Sept.
Sn1
5CAUP DUCK. 9 Tee-off time has been set for !
WOUND EYE I
I 15. Play in the second round must
the. / IlT ?? POUHDS r 9 a.m. Monday and all participants -i be completed by Sept. 22, the Denotes Conference Games
/6B INCHES BODY are urged to be on time and
I third round by Sept. 29 and the
\ BRowg ready to begin their matches. .
final round Oct. G.
I EL1 Entries are still being accepted I( by Jim Weber vs Burns Bailey; FOURTH FLIGHT
BLACK ; i Loptien announced that any
:
: by Mattson and all who are interested matches not completed within the Archie Smith vs Arthur Renshaw; John Baxter vs Buddy Lynch;

"ITH in playing are urged to register prescribed time will be scratched 1, :i Jim Clark vs Bob Breslin; GusIxwenstein Bob Ramsey vs Jerome Spence;
AND
at the club house jl Bob D.
as soon ao vs Phinney;
players are urged to contact their Al Miller Harry Sahlman Bill
vs ;
'EYE _
Pete
FEMALE possible.The I W. Ringer vs Ingram.
in each week and
I partners early
Jr Hardee John Barniak Jeff
: Ladies Golf Association i is arrange the matches. I THIRD FLIGHT I vs ;
I' Bowers vs Bill Rodeffer; John
T CHBSTAND BACK lending their assistance to the Entrance fee will be $2.00 for Ham Hamilton vs Cecil Brew-( Emerson
Louis Nolan
Gregory vs
BLACK i OTHER tourney and will furnish sandwiches I and will be I H. Har- ;
2 participants trophies ton;: Lester Durham vs A. : Fizer vs Harry Taylor; Tom Dig-
64Y SCAUPS and drinks for the junior i awarded in each flightDefending I dee, Gordon Butler vs Newt Ro- by vs Walter Preston.
one.In BLACC HAVE golfers during the competition. I champion is Glyn! i bents; Dan Daugherty vs Ervin )
out GKAY 1 Individual competition is set up'' Waas, who won the title from I Williams; Perce Entzminger vs j FIFTH FLIGHT
win 9 for, boys and girls and play will' Tom Lannon last year. Lannon ; Bill Miller; Frank Lambright vsi I David Xussbaum vs Ball: Royal;

gan, '- PLAIN be by age groups. Trophies will! : was the club champion in 1961, Ray Landress; E. V. Garcia vs Hugh Stone vs John SchulL;
.
ters Aw/72 :i- f i be awarded winners and runners- winning over Pete Stovall in the John Dozier; Steve Spence vs Darwin Smith vs Tom Tilman;
8 ta$ e r I
C. BASE MD ; I up in each flight of the medal : finals. i I Don Brown. Ben Clarke vs H. M. Askins.
M a' BILL. I _
L AR TiP >9 play competition. : Loptien also reminded Associa i -i --
two GRAYISH V/'rF Entries to date are: I tion members of the Best Ball of i

NAMES RING-NECK! DUCK .; Ages 15-17 BOYS-DIVISION Ted Gedeon, Billy Partners Day and urged Tournament players on to choose Labor I I WHEN "YOU'RE A BIT SHORT"

D/LLED DUCK Miller, Bubba Quattlebaum and their partners now. I
Steve Beckett. ((18 holes). I Pairings by flights!' in the duo BETWEEN PAYDAYS
ZIP A GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION Ages 13-14 Johnny Scarboro,i'championship tourney are as follows ,

Price Poole, Wesley Poole, Chipper : : !

and Hall, Doc Burgess, Mike CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT I CALL ON US !

Armstrong, and David Rodeffer.i Y. E. Hall vs Jesse Tiner; Rudy
here on Sunday, September 15 ((18 holes). York vs Lewis Bean; Bob Gedeonvs I We make loans for a thousand-and-one
I These races promise to be equal Ages 10-12 Bobby Ferreira Joe Scarboro; L. C. Shaves
: : to "the Daytona Stock Car Races Paul Schrantz, Mack Steget, Al ,, Gfynn Waas; Sam Merrow vs reasons. It makes no difference whether

; / Slants/ and people should reserve that I Talbird, Wyche Bryce, Leighton George Tyson; Tom Lannon vs you want as'little as $50 for between pay.

and : 1 Sunday to attend so they can seethe Shave, Jr., Windle Higginbothair., I Ray Caldwell; Dr. G. W. Barkervs day expenses, or a substantial sum ofJnoneytoconsolidateyouroutstandingbills
( 4"A) outstanding drivers in the I Bruce Gregory and Hugh Stone,': Bill Melton; John Scarboro vs

1 Stock Car. Field. III. ((9 holes). I: Ed Jones. ,
I
I BY CURT GORDON i T5r I Age 9 and under Steve St FIRST FLIGHT

C. ; I I Florida's entry in the quest for I bits, Alan Dozier, Dennis Dozier.1 Harry Poole vs Andy Allan;
and around the cor I He says the rumor has circulatedthat 1 a chance in the Little League Timothy McKee, Jimmy Johnson, I Bob Young vs Bob Askins; Bob
I high school B team boys are dummies I World Series at Williamspoit fell I Ii I Tony Stubits and Johnny Dozier.I'' Talton vs Bill Childs; Don Kc-
\ for September for the but he would l'ke 1 YOU'LL LIKE THE WAY WE HANDLE EVERYTHING
i I varsity, i last week in the tournament at ((5 holes.) berts vs Fred Osteen; Buddy Bur-
body : against Camden i i to get that straight now All B Norfolk when Sarasota lost ti GIRLS DIVISION I gess vs Dick Bennett; Jack Vannvs

you game will mask team players' practice among(Ashland, Ky., 20. Ages '14-15 Ange Shurley, Jo I Herb Bailey; Tom Shave vs Al loans up to $600 ..
last 1 a ten-game slate : themselves and will not be'used ok ft Tyson, Paula Kornau, Mary .odine; John Guest vs Ben Shave.

( ) I J Benner's Pir I against the varsity, so if. that ,is !I Bud Holt's fishing reporter, Phinney, and Candy Caldwell. ((18 i SECOND FLIGHT
I: the only new the reason for thtf poor B, team Jack Pettit, reported from the holes). I: Ed Boner vs C. W. Howard; I GASCI FINANCECORPORATION
Douglas, I attendance this should get' Fernand.na Beach Ocean Pier I Ages 11-12 Carmen Vann.1!. Carl Swanson vs John Pozega: ; I II.

1 entertained at the everyone straight. I that the main catches out there i iI Connie Entzminger, Janice Tiner. Ace Reynolds vs Cecil Lopteia; I

return game from '* I have been whiting, mackeral,I ((9 holes). II I. .
Mrs. Skipper had a fine fishing 'i blues and pompano. Max Wesley Ages; 9.10 Cathy Vann, Est- I AMOUNT PAYMENTS FOt
report this week from the Nas- i I caught a 12-pound bass last her, Kavouklis, Sally Johnson and YOU ifr 2. MONTHS 20 MONTHS 11 MONTHS 12 MONTHS

wants to remind sauville Fish Camp. Mr. and Mrs. :urday for one of the sat-I Nina Herring. ((5 holes). COOPER'SLAUNDRY S 75.00 S 5.06 S 5..c7 S 7.55 -

desiring a foot B. T. Davis and Mrs. Odum of : catches of the weekend. Plent I 160.00 S 9.9 10.79 11.67 16.11 '

position to get in ;I Jacksonville caught 30 croaker.' live bait and tackle is available Doubles 25.00 2".86 28.35 30.69 42.50 .
i at the high school and one 8-pound drum, then returned at the Pier for all fishermen. Mixed 600.00 3".39 39.34 42.66 59.35
for another' fine catch of
: t *
ok croaker and yellowtail later in .
with the the week. Bob Springer and Har- Coach Bob Stover was kidding Bowling League Coin OperatedMrs. 308 Atlantic Avenue .
pleased Coach Benner last Tuesday
old Hagan and their sons, of : Wayne rnondlna Beach,Florida
j players ear-
] \ morning, but re- Yulee, landed a chest full of red for football when we visited Stover the said school tell BY H. B. ELLIS, JK. Doris Howard, Telephone 261.3681 k y'
B team candidates, bass, pompano, croaker and one i news. Week of 8-20-63 Manager .
: to practice. flounder last week.Melvin Hess I'the people that Benner ,said tii3 Total I Office Hours Daily !-5; Wednesday Saturday ,.1%

ter and Lowell! Russell l! caught. 22. Pirates would go' undefeated for Team Standings W L Pins lAth Cr Beech Sis. ALSO FIVE CONVENIENT OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE .
: .. .- ', .: \1 croaker young;drum; ,and rock the season.J3enngr* > tuickly; added, Reddy Kilowatt 43 17 3C547 i r
"If do, tel} them Coach Stover
bass. 'Several other fine catches you Aloha 34% 25H 34585
-- -- --- -- --
r have been landed said he would go undefeated in Hadden Lanes 31% 28% 3G181 --- -
basketball, too." We are not going 27 33 35680
Mary Kay's
'* *
to put either out on the limb, K.A.C. 23% 36% 35889 I'
I j Young's Crab Plant team will but it,sounds good undefeatedin Food Fair 21% .38% 33752 FERNANDINA BEACH
I play Callahan for the best two- football and basketball. High Team, 3-Games
out-of-three series beginning tonight Food Fair 2479 '
II' for the Nassau County Soft- Mrs. Skipper reported a fine Kay's 2442 I )
Mary "JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWN
II. ball Title. The first game will be I catch of sheephead by Henry I Aloha 239;;
in Callahan with the
played
I sec These
Davis and Robert Murphy. I Ii High, Ind. 3-Games
I. : ond game here. The third game i i gentlemen brought in 70 at the I Ed Mahoney 701 BEACHES"Directory ,
twill also be played here on Sat. Nassauville Fish Camp. Buddy Doland 698

': urday night, if necessary. Coach Dorothy Taylor 653 Furnished By These Merchants and Business Men -
Carl Jones bhopes to finish
;> I says High, Team Game
I the series on ',Friday night 8C4
THE PALACE I when Callahan cpntes here. Food Mary Fair Kay's 848 George's Suburban

SALOON Hardee Bros. '* .-/r use eI Aloha 825 FLORIDA'S

!' Nick Smith, operator of the I High, Ind. Game FIRST Gas Co
Machine Propane
FLORIDA'S OLDEST : Fernandina Beach 'Drag Strip, I Biddy Doland 263 Shop GOLF COURSE ,
AND MOST HISTORIC Atlantic Ave. has been in the hospital, but I i iI Ed Mahoney 256; SERVING ALL
2 N. FRONT ST.
hopes he will be jeady soon to Orville 255 II EXCELLENT YOUR NEEDS IN
Finest n Jv< : Harry Poole, Mgr. I II Bowlers
i launch a campaign for promoting I I High Scratch I Machine Work 18-HOLE LP GAS AND
ATLANTIC AVE FERNANDWA the big Stock Car' races slated i Orville Saunders 215-526
t -:.:.;.- .. Eleanor Flint 181-494 Welding, Brazing LINKS GAS APPLIANCES

'I Marine Repairs 7 South 7th St.

City SummerBowling Special! Service To Phone 261-3661

.vt.u Shrimp Trawlers I DES
All Work Guaranteed Tlit T.i H. KING

: Best time to make a real buyRAMBLER'S LeagueBY -Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.- PHOTO SHOP

JETTIES
H. B. ELLIS, JR. Monday Thru Saturday
I;. Week of 8-14-63 Phone Day 2613711Mfht Add 30 Minute For Roll Processing

DAYS Total 261-533 Feraudint Harbor Developing & Printing
SAVINGEST !
:Team Standings W L Pins Kodak Film
HIGH
:Morris & Payne Body Shop LOW Photo SuppliesMovieColored

I 31 25 38798 BE WISE I Friday; Aug. 23 & Regular
I Hadden Lanes 27 29 39100B I '"It dd'lngsI'Porcelainize"
Get the in Get the best and the I 10:56: a.m. 4:53: a.m.
best values best- buys biggest &: H Enterprises 27 29 39082 ; : ; : Portraits by Appointment Only
I selling Ramblers! All Ramblers trade-ins! All year long, Beckers Drugs: 27 29 38845 11:01 p.m. 5:15: p.m. St.
Studios At 504 Ash
American, Classic, Ambassador Rambler sales have been soaring- I High Team, 3-Games I Saturday Aug. 24
,
2930 4586-
give you Rambler exclusive like Deep- smashing one record after another.DiprustproofingandCeramic.Armored : Hadden Lanes i LASTS 3 OR 4 TIMES Phone 261.
i]Becker's Drugs 2811 11:35 a.m. 5:31 a.m.
But we're not satisfied yet-and we ; LONGER THAN : :
2735
B &: H Enterprises 11:39: p.m. 5:59 p.m.
muffler All models give you the extra I I won't be until we wind up the season 'I' High, Ind. 3-Games ORDINARY WAX JOB Your Ad HereWill

security of Double-Safety Brakes. still higher on the best-seller list. I R. Hadden 657 Sunday, Aug. 25

The wide choice of six-cylinder and V-8 I I To make sure, we're going alloutWe're i J. Barniak 641 LASSERRE MOTOR 12:16 a.m. 6:10:: a.m.
i Be Seen
: 614 I
power indudestheAmerican's 125-hp offering the best buys yet-big. H. Wilson CO. 6:45: ; p.m.
High, Team Game
miles-per-gallon champ of every economy gest trade-in allowances when you I
Hadden Lanes 1049Beeker's ( Monday, Aug. 26
S. 8th St. Ph. 261.3819 Over
run entered.And that's just a sampling buy' an already low-priced Rambler 979B By
Drugs
12:19 6:53
of features that won Rambler'63 \ Come in and make us prove that these & H Enterprises 957 a.m. a.m.

the "Car of the Year"Award. / are Rambler's Savingest Days! i High, Indo GameR. 1:01 p.m. AU:3/om.:: ; 7,500 Readers

--- / Hadden 250J. Going Fishing? Tuesday,
,. .", Join theTrade Parade to Rambler orV-8 Barniak 2.>0 L 03 a.m. 7:41 a.m. ""
.- :H. Wilson 225; Porter & Lovequist
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f, 1:54 8:34
High Scratch Bottlers Visit Us For p.m. : p.m. General Contractors

.. ..... -.-.. ,. i R. Hadden 232613H. Complete Line OfFishing Wednesday, Aug. 28 SPECIALTIES.::
Wilson 20.t-5Jl; Tackle
L 57 8:35 WOODWORKINGPLASTIC -
!J. Barniak 213 550 a.m. : a.m.
:;; Rods Reels SURFACING
r)' .. 'B. Joyce 198-5u7 Outdoor Camping 2:53 p.m. 9:33 Pm CUSTOM BUILT CABINETEquipment

.... B. Grider 173501I
", .. I Thursday, Aug. 29 KITCHEN AND B.\TH-
REMODELING --
I 2:58: a.m. 9:32 a.m. Hk
,I s FIRESTONE 1 3:53 p.m. 10:29 p.m.: Complete Showroom-

.I I BEACH SUPPLY For Color Coordination

I! L I II 112 Atlantic Are 261.4482 ColIC 4: Geodetic Tide* Courtesy Sum/ Phone 261.3068-


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.,Pags: light Xm:!.Leadtf, Fern&ndlna\ Beach, Florida *- Thursday, 'August 22t 19S3 -- .- .-------. -.-.. ..-- .- ..-- --- -

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'! SWIFT'S PREMIUM BONELESS U: +NNED' QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED: + : .. .,,. '!A..!.!..'." ,w'ai, ., .4....- .
Mews From $**98 PRICES GOOD THRU AUGUST 24th :
I Florida Revenue
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WINN DIXIE STORIS INC. CO'YlICiHl-lln
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':::,: : The Rec CenterI I Tax Collections It U.S.D.A. W-D BRAND QUICK FROZEN "..-..

-_:: : : 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH TARNOW

.. BY SANDY DeSAXDRO At All.Time HighTax I SAVE "A"GRADE
.... ,..-..-. Sli. Ham PKG. 691 0'
THURSDAY, AUGUST 22nd.
revenue collections by #hi!

Senior Citizens Club in the For TheHomemaker State Beverage Department sky. I REG. 59< COPELAND ALL MEATWieners I'-
(inference Room at 7:00 P.M. rocketed last month to an aU-time

Men and Boys' Health Club iothe. high, reflecting -an increase of S::.. 491 ,
.Health Club Room, day and 98 million over the same period
-twnicg.FRIDAY. 'last year, according to Beverage '
Director Richard B. Keatin 'II
AUGUST 23rd. BY MARY N. \RRISON REG. 49* 12-oz. COPELAND .
-. Although the additional tax on
Home Demonstration AgentIt .
: Adult Ceramics in the Ceramics! cigarettes imposed by the 19G3 391 iN
Boom at 9:30: A.M. is estimated that over $500 Legislature accounted in part for Bologna-
: Sub-TQrrn Club in the Game million is spent each year on vitamins i the 44.16 per cent Increase, Beating I /

Room.at 7:15 p.m. j minerals and other so-call I said hs! records reveal step- PEELED & DEVEINEDShrolm '
REG. $1.39 WHOLE
Men and Boys' Health Chb in c ed "health foods" that are not I I ped-up sales in both beverages
the Health Club Room, day and cr I needed and too often misrepre- I and cigarettes. (
99
: evening. seated. True at certain age The additional tax levied on alcoholic 12-01.
,. ,
,Revels, under certain conditions> beverages which was effective II Pkg. r ,
: SATURDAY AUGUST 2;th. some people will need extra vitamins August 1, is not reflected .r *,

.. I and minerals. But the only in this report and will probablyset 0 5 w ..
Private Party in the ConferenceRoora'aU:30P.M. D 0 ,
safe, sure and economical way to another record for collectionsnext S ALL
:. know what and how much to takeis month the director predicted. : W-D' BRAND NATURALLY TENDER i
-Tetn Club in the Game Room
at 7:30 to fee your doctor. If you do The Beverage Department report SIZES .
: 'Men: and p.m.Boys' Health Club in need them, most vitamin product for July shows $9,736,01685 <

the Health Club Room, day and can be bought at reasonable prices was collected as compared to $ I Chuck Roast l6. 49WD
without a prescription. G'-I' t
wiling.SUNDAY; t 753.67U4 in July, 1962. ; ,
Today people attempt o
many An itemized account shows dp-I :,
AUGUST 25th 1 treat themselves with those iOI -'!, arette sales supplied the largest I LB. -
Called I "health foods" and "su 1"plements" amount with $4,564,736.36, an increase -' LEANER, FRESHER GROUND, 100% PURE' BEEF' :
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of 52 28 per cent. The new ,
: Conference Room at 1100; a.m liuoted in much the same way &' three-cent per package floor tax WHITE MEAT BREAST or DARK MEAT LE : : ;
;the old-time patent medicines. Age ;' retail cigarettes added ad- '! [
MONDAY, AUGUST 26th. ( on an $199
matter of fact, the very term I'ditional 499455.11 to this figure, : Beef. 5 PKG.
: .;Ptivate Party in the Conference '"health foods" is misleading. It: Keating explained. j Turkey LB. ,
Room at 1.00: P.M. :implies that the products have, Beer tax followed with $1,958-1 I '101 i is
: Island Squares Club in the, :special health-giti'1ng properties,I 547.47 for a 2.00 per cent increase ,.
Game Room at 7:30: p.m. I when all they really contain arc 1- Liquor tax contributed l,68i-I j .

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Room 'at 7:00 p.m. and wine sales accounted for < Plain .
Adults and Teens Ceramic), ;:'expensive food products, for ext $395,158.36 showing a decrease I; r s ZZw

Class in the Ceramics Room &i, :ample. of 50.6 per cent under July, 1962. wap s' : ?.+.. .. I or | FRESH FLA GOLDEN BANTAM
7:00 P3I.TUESDAY. I 1. Yu hurt may) be recommended Citrus liquor tax added $1,901.48 : ,4 ,: ... ,........ ...._ s |j '',... .
for certain intestinal conditions to the month's collections, heating Self HRising
) AUGUST 27th. but nutritionally it is I .
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.Men and Boy Health Club i ti I'the!, same as milk, which costs I' Other miscellaneous collections '. ,. s s ., ;, Sweet CORN i
{ much le s a. that help make the nearly $10
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evening.WEDNESDAY.. : 2. The "minerals" in blackstrap I' million taken in by the department ;I & Limit one ; t
M ;i molasses are mainly impurities. include cigarette stamps, I s I .. :
AUGUST 28th. that! get in during the sugar refining I cigarette meter differential, ? r r a I with $5.00 gNR 1cxEa
: process, and have no spe- wholesale floor tax and various: .. r food order I, ..,UK ., &1tg
: Sob Teen Club in Game ROOD I :''ml health '' 1 0 49
importance.
at 7:15 alcoholic beverage licenses and I s or more.Pillsbury. ,, EARS
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Adult Ceramics Class in the. i 1 3. Kelp] tablets or sea salt areunnecessary. fees. t \' J i. 1
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Jren" pad Boys' Health Club in 1 I r! .4. Wheat is useful cereal No aerosol starch shouldbe i s x. FROZEN ,
the Health Club Room, day an d I i' food, but germ it does a not perform tilted more than 45 degrees BUTTER I s FLOUR s = i'i; DD.: $ :.
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any nutritional miracles. 'i from a straight up position. If i LB. PKG.
jtrt AY, \v GUST 29th. \I. Some people are convinced )that I the .can is tipped too far, the pio- I i .,r
older persons require special pellant will escape. Pressure is I
Men and Boys! Health Club lithe .diets. The nutritional needs of reduced and the starch is left in 1 m I MORTON Choc, Lemon, Banana, Neapolitan{ Coconut :
Health Club Room, day and I older persons are much like those t the can with no way for you to Limit one I I .,

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: uIuTeens will resume this Fri..' not have special requirements for Hold the nozzle six to twelve ; order ormore 5-LB. &
day night at the original) tinji e'i vitamins minerals proteins, etc.,," inches from the fabric and press v s s
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wear Bermuda shorts until schoo'! 'pensive everyday foods. The Amp 'j spray. A fine spray insures even LB. """ :
starts. A reminder that Sub Tecj. I erican food supply is the best in j i starching. I Ii 150 Extra / rsa sIa s .
Club is for boys and girls) of thseventh E the world.! Eating regularly such i i After each use remove the 1 W WITH THIS'COUPON. AND PURCHASE OF I,
and eighth' grades only. 'I tommon foods as fruits vegetabLes :' spray button and wash it under Iw x "'
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:reported two wildfires, burning : I few tricks to get the best results;: to 1 part of starch. I STAMP GREEA, ra rcea
lacres.Tftere: attended by ranger!s 1 I Proper use lightens the home=I With a little practice, one can : w WITH Hn THIS'COUPpN" i AND> PURCHASE OF rip i wrE

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.fiies attended since January l], and again while you use It \ HOT MUGGY DAYS .MEAN II GOOD THRU AUGUST 24THAT -

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! ': Duck Goose Coot ft ducks, or Florida ducks, singlyor Golf Association .. .... '" Cohen New I News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, August rough _, .1963 Page Nine
in the aggregate, or two wood Prexy
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ducks, hooded To Hold General .I
or one FOLLOW THRU
, : merganser.The Ontario, Kenner Collegiate and third was the Key Club of I Key Club, Ferriday, Louisiana -
I Hunting Season not include total possession more than four limit black may Meeting Sept. 5 1v Of Key ClubInternational Vocational Institute. I William Allen High School in Allentown first place; and Sprayb'erry" 'High

ducks, mallards Florida ducks David A. Keyko Runnemede, Pennsylvania.Best I School Key Club, Marietta, Georgia -
To Open Nov. 27 singly or in aggregate or two wood Bob Young, president of the New Jersey, a Key Clubber at all around club in both second place.
! ducks, and two hooded mergan Fernandina Beach Golf Associa- t i Triton Regional High School, was I I service work and administration!j The 2,000 young men attending
sers. Daily bag limits on American tion, announced today that a general Q elected secretary. j with more than 25 members mere: I the convention approved the
I Tallahassee Florida's duck, I 'and red-breasted meeting of that group is I Chicago, Illinois, July 31, 1963 Twelve trustees were'also elect Baldwin County High School Key; theme: "Render Dedicated Ser-
mergansersis I
goose and coot hunting season, five and the possession limit u slated for Thursday Sept. 5. The Kenneth S. Cohen 17, a member ed. They are: Brad F. Anderson, Club, Bay Minette, Alabama -I ivjce" to guide them in their service
. : will open at 12:00 noon November ten. I meeting will be held at Seaside i of the Key Club of Ewing | Billings, Montana, Billings West I I first place; and Central High ; work during the school year
w, 27 and run for forty consecutive I Inn and will begin at 7:30. i iI I Township High School, Trenton High School; Ernest A. Child: 'School Key Club, Knoxville Ten- ahead.
Leon will be closed
l days through January 5. i County to I Members are urged to attend I w New Jersey, was elected presidents Knoxville Tennessee, Knoxville I[ nessee second place. In clubs | The 1964 Key Club International -
Under the final migratory hung j.:duck, goose and coot hunting ex and bring a prospective member. I Central High School; William P I with 25 members or less, the winners : Convention will be held jn val.

I ing regulations framework just cept on Wednesdays, Saturdays,I The membership now stands at I Harman, Elkins, West Virginia, were: Ferriday High School las, Texas in early July.
'.' received from the U. S. Fish and I Sundays, opening day and holi- 93 and Young says the Association r s yt Elkins High School; Tommy W.i I I

I Wildlife Service, daily bag limits days.In. I is shooting for 100. Of this num- .A Lawhorne, Jr., Sylvester, Georgia,
I for ducks will be four, with a tOe'' addition to other bag and ber, 88 have established handi Worth County High School; Bar- ." '
i I tat possession limit of eight. possession limits, Florida hunters I BY WILLIE MATTSON a..t rie Lennox Winnipeg Manitoba, SATURDAY AUGUST 24th"WAYCROSS

f Daily bag for geese will be twc, I in certain scaup concentration I I caps.During' the meeting a discussion Vincent Massey Collegiate; A. ,

t "with a possession of four. Daily areas will be allowed a bonus of I will be held on the Associa The August meeting of the Wayne Lord, Mobile, Alabama,I
I bag for coots will be eight, with two extra ,scaup ducks in a day's tion's championship tourney. Free Fernandina Beach Women's Golf ] xT University Military School; LawIrence GEORGIAUnder
i a total possession limit of 16. I bag and four in possession. These I refreshments will be enjoyed by Association was held at the Sea- # k T E. Richter, Jr., Mount Plea
The Stars At The Stadium"
Football
According to A. D. Aldrich director i areas are: All open waters of those in attendance. side Ira Tuesday, August 20, at iN sant, South Carolina, Bishop Eng- Waycross
: Game and Fresh Water : Charlotte Harbor'from the bridgeon 12 noon, with Mrs. T. R. Lannon land High School; Barry Roun- FEATURING ".. '

... Fish Commission special waterfowl ; U. S. Highway 41 to a stright president, presiding. tree San Angelo, Texas, Central I
I in direc- Distaff I High School; Marion M. Rundell, i! Statesmen Quartet Blackwood! Brothers
regulations in effect for the j j19C364 line running an easterly Anglers Plans were made to help entertain .
season are: Hunting tion from Boca Grande Pass I the junior golfers during 4 Pineville, Louisiana Pineviilc Speer Family Quartet '
mitted from sunrise to sunset through Bokeelia to the mainland. their tournament August 26, by High School; F. Bradford Still- Oak Ridge Boys Rebels Quartet
"cept opening day when per-I' All open areas of the 2,200 I To Participate In i serving them sandwiches. All lad- man, Virginia Beach, Virginia,, Harvesters Quartet Chuck Wagon Gang

.- goose and coot shooting I acre impoundment open to controlled -i! ies are asked to bring two sand- I Frank W. Cox High School; William Kingsmen Quartet Palmetto State QuartetIn
12:00: noon. No hunting of canvasback 1 D. Tyler Little Rock, Ark- i
hunting on the Guano Fishing Tourney wiches to the club house that
1 redback ducks. ansas Central High School; ana addition! to the above top talent, there will be the annual
or ,
River Wildlife Management area, morning. We also need some lad-
:. The daily bag may not include I St. Johns County, Florida.All I The Jacksonville Outboard Fish- ies to go with the youngsters to James F. Utley, Hollywood Flotilla I "NON.PROFESSOXAL GOSPEL QUARTET CONTEST-..
South Broward High School
.more than two mallards black open waters of the Banana: ing Club has extended an act as scorers. If you can furnish which
Gospel Singing Group enter at'the
.. Selected at the convention was any may simply by being
tion to distaff anglers in invita-I two sandwiches and/or come out Kenneth S Cohen,
... I I the Key Club considered to have Football Stadium not later than 6:00: p.m., August 24, or by
I to participate in that club's and score for a group, please'call writingDR.
Service Acti-
the best
ing tourney on Sunday, Aug. 25. Mrs. William M. Sweatt ((261- Key Club International at the "Single
school S.M. BROWNING, BROWNING'S PRESCRIPTION SHOP,
I vity" during the 1962-63
M1 I The contest is open to both 4313)) before Monday. close of the 20th annual conven- I .
SINUS TROUBLE year. First place went to the Key WAYCROSS, GEORGIA
charter and private boats. A small There was some discussion on tion of the organization in Pitt:,. ,
Club of Thornton Fractional South
.. entrance fee will be charged and: posting scores under the "Adjusted burgh, Pennsylvania, July 710. The winner of this contest will receive a beautiful trophy presented -
High School, Lansing, Illinois,
: It's true that most people who suffer with sinus trouble trophies will be awarded winners. Score Procedure." This un This information was received by by The Statesmen & Blackwood Bros. Advance tickets
for the establishment and operation i for this '6th Annual Sundown tc be ordered
Sing"
j Sunup
have trouble with their necks. In fact, the basic cause of the The competition begins at 7 doubtedly will be brought up at Bryan Rauschert, President of the of a "Teen Center" in Lansing from Dr. Browning at above address. may
a.m. and ends at 2 All fish the next meeting. In the meantimeif Kiwanis Club of Fernandina |
weakness that results in sinus conditions i is a subluxatcd p.m. Second place went to the |
(slightly misplaced) vertebra in the neck, pressing on nerves must be brought in to Monty'sMarina you will each read the procedure Beach, which sponsors the Fer- Key Club of Maine Township'I ADULTS ADV. $1.75 CHILDREN ADV. J5c,
at Mayport for we hing. on the back of the score cardsat nandina Beach School
\01 High Key
that lead to the region rf the sinuses High School, Park Ridge, Illinois, I
Anyone interested in enteringthe the golf course and ask to have .
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.. It is by correcting this basic cause of this painful and anno'ing tourney may call Col.! Eber I it explained to you, then we can Club.Cohen will head, for a year aI .. .r
at 261-5315 for discuss it further at the next I
Philips entry
condition that chiropractors are able to help so many school
high service organizaton
blanks and complete details. I' meeting.Mrs. .
overcome this illness. of 65,000 boys in 2500 high schoolsin
Col. Philips, who resides at Rudy York and Mrs. Tom Jfy fj
: If you have sinus trouble, hay fever, asthma, etc., it is time i j Amelia City, is a member of the Lannon are working; on a bookletto the United States and Canada. 1 :
Key Clubbers useful
: to see a chiropractor. Your case may be me of the many which sponsoring club. lie revealed that be distributed at the Septem projects perform in their schools service in- IJ

w can be helped through modern chiropractic methods. boats registering with h'm may ber meeting covering events for much ,the same manner that Ki-

.It. leave for the fishing ground. the 1963-64 season. This meetingwill I wanians serve their communities.
from here rather than from Monty's be September 17 at 9:00
Cohen is the of Mr. and
son
a Marina.
at the club house. Coffee and
\ Hours Mrs. Leon Cohen, 1831
Pennington -
.. nuts will be served and a a.m.'j
Road, Trenton, New Jersey.
r Mon., '" ed., Fri. River from Banana Creek southto Ball tournament will be During the past year he servedas
Team will be chosen
State Road 520. captains
9-12 & 2-6 All open waters of Tampa Bay. an A, B, and C player assigned to tee.a He Key has Club been International a lieutenant Trus- Our Precision Tune-Up' Get Our Brake Check-Up Let Us Check Your Wheel
9 governor
'I 1 E s ) 131 Kings Street All open waters of the Indian each team. You will be. contactedby of his Key club district, anda Will Bring Peak Perform. Now! Your Life May De- Alignment and Balance,
River from Shiloh south to. the your team captain.The member of his school's studeil ance Back To Your Mo- pend On The Prompt AcYou'll Drive More Safely
! Phone 7295644Kingsland bridge on State Road 516 at Mel. 1963 Championship tour'nament :
! : L : bourne. begins October first. Therewas 'council. He served as vicepresident tor. tion of Your Brakes. .... .. ,
of the forensic club and of
:.. Georgia All open waters of Mosquito some discussion about setting the junior class. He received a

Lagoon (Indian River Lagoon) it up by handicaps instead of. Degree of Distinction in National COMPLETE ONE STOP SERVICE FOR ALL MAKE CARS
from Oak Hill to State Road 401: qualifying and also on runn:ng it Forensic .
!
DR. C. R. CROCKER DR. T..A. OWEN The above "scaup bonus areas"were for one v. ck instead of one matcha League competition.Also u

I established to encourage week as before. Vt. *.f elected were two vice- ."
presidents Del D. Borgsdorf of
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; Kingsland Chiropractic Clinic i/ i where hunter the to species harvest has more been under-scarp the under As there discussion are so you many should thjrig:!:;;U*_ the Detroit Redford, Michigan High, a School member Key of 11J''HarreH's Auto Servi

harvested in the past. On next
make an effort to attend the
limit
other hand the of two Flor- '
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"Associated with Owen Chiropractic meeting. "YOUR RAMBLER DEALER"PiONE
ida ducks constitute a harvest reduction _..
: Clinic of Jacksonville" measure resulting from Shop the newspaper ads .
w the low water conditions in South Trade At Home before you buy and keep 261-4117 8TH AND JASMINE STREETS

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:--- the project lo place: men' on lie PEe :D. J. Thomps'onI \Vhen you expect a' check, A teaspoon- of-tream of far
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r moon, where a fabulous new cit/ anything else that comes :in the liar jn the wash and rinse tater :;
Too Late To is,being built from scratch .on tie I Participates In mail is junk: *-*- Fred W, ,Grown, ; erases rust stains from most i
'I f ClassifyBY Texas prairie. The old coupled Swift Strike IN I Edgewater' farm for 'l- zen. I
Sb ( ijras purcljaseij} one m -o-
WAY PLEASED? i RUSSELL KAY lion dollars. A lot of folks hare ,j, Spartanburg, S. C. (AHTKC;) ,..,....,.-- : I
I made that,kind of money in striking -; In 1962, advertisers again spept People Do Read Even
: This is the time of that its |- Army PFC Derwood J. Thompson
year becoming a popular
I year oil, uranium or gold but these I j I i more money in newspapers than ; The Smallest Ads
Iluncheon clubs find it difficult to 'round resort. I was amazed tt fortunate folks made' it with,nothing ,Son cf Mr. and )Irs. Truman I
I obtain speakers for their weeky! the number of beautiful in any other medium and the In The News-Leader.
I pew but plain) dirt and pretty i L. Thompson, who live on Route j i
meetings. Program chairmen! ire homes as well as modern buildings -j I worthless at that, jI j newspaper remains overwhelmingly ) I
I 1, Yulee, is participating in Exer- 1 You Are
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and fume, make frantic phone calls erected since I last i as a advertis-i
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;: The manned center'cise SWFIT STRIKE III U. ;.
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space a t ing medium. I
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who I will .constructed at a cost of Strike Command exercise in Geor- _
can take them off the hook.I I
.. i I If West Coast development con- million I '
'o. $100 and an additional gia and North and South Carolina -
guess that is why my friend'tinues at its present pace it won'tbe I $500 million is: being invested, by I i involving more than 7 ,OOO
Harold Meyer asked me to run ; too many years before the i private interests, to create a armed forces personnel I
", "41 over to Dunedin and talk to the area between SL Petersburg, brand new city of,.55,000 homes, i Thompson, a mechanic in the
Rotary Club. I am not much of a :Tampa'\ Clearwater, Largo, Safe almost over night. Land prices ,513th Quartermaster Company at Garrard fence inc. '

I speaker but I can annoy most any :ty Harbor and Tarpon Springs,skyrocketed from a few hundred Fort Hood, Tex., entered the Army .
j jt I group for twenty minutes. i ii becomes one great metropolitan dollars an acre to $15,000 an acre. in November 1961 i i j
i I'm glad I went for I met a'':area. I So a fellow just never knows The o 1-year-old soldier is a : FERNANDINA'S OWNS
;mighty nice bunch of fellows and i Speaking of,development. "Own i when that little piece of land invested 1962 graduate of Irwin County
.-.,- got an opportunity to look around ership", the real estate trade pub... in years before will turnout 'High School!, Ocilla: Ga.You .
Dunedin which I had not visited I II' lication, recently told of a fairy I to be a gold mine. I' .
for several years. Like most Flor tale experience that'happened to 1 While ,it -is true that such spec CHAIN LINKREDWOOD .T:
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I' ida communities it is growing ac a man and his wife who strug tacular price rises as the one not. can put a few dollars into
a rapid pace. A splendid new i!!gled to make ends meet, workingas j ed above are exceptional, it's still I reasonably well located land most :
causeway mIl soon connect it janitors, who owned a dilapat- :' true that investment in land in anywhere in Florida today and ; ETC. :(,
; I with Honeymoon Isle on the Gulf. i iI ed old farm that didn't yield,the neighborhood of a growing' find it a profitable investment .
When the connecting highway Is enough to pay the meager taxes. I community usually pays off hand for in spite of what has happened I
: t\ I completed it will be the closest iI |' It happened to be in the path f somely. the state will continue o'grow :
Gulf Beach to residents of Polk ;: of progress, situated in a location There is plenty of Florida land and.I firmly believe at an accelerated f! Free Estimates No Obligation
I and East Hillsborough counties j,where the government was .constructing I today situated in promising areas pace. Don't sell Floridi
!'and planned development insures a manned space._ center that is bound to increase in value i j short and don't invest without 1 NO DOWN PAYMENT
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are too high. You figure the property should come- out with flying i
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Up Pay
asked. A lot of folks have passedup
opportunity on,just such arguments "We've always. taken for granted
BECAUSE Hi TOOK ceTRik1rNDOUS 6 ii tr, rx+e '' including myself.) I wish I I the little import cars come
!had possessed. the faith and courage I equipped with sliding, sun roofs'
to buy several pieces of j for tall men with .hats. Louih CALL HARRY GARRARD{ 261.4636

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I -"- FOR SALE OR RENT NICE ROOM, private entrance gun slaying of a man in Union. leave her. She produced two load- I swears the killing was an accir

: HOMES IN Five Points area. NO connecting bath. Oceanfront County. ed shotguns. lIe wrestled with her dent There were no witnesses to

I I: WANT AD RATES DOWN PAYMENT, $62 to $T3 home. Ph. 2613861. tic Reddish is a graduate of Lake to get them away from her. One tell what happened. The jury de

I : .05 per word .75 minimum month. Renovated inside and I2LI Butler High School. lIe has been, : of the guns. went off. He discov.. cided otherwise. But who will

Card of Thanks Resolutions out. Phone 261-5379 after 6. UPPER DECK APIS. Complete.ly arrested for minor law infractions: ered the charge had blown her ever know if he was telling the

, and Similar,Notices tIe i '1 furnished including TV back to 1948. His was a hardworking -I head off. Afraid, he ran. Burnette truth? .

Phone 2G1-3H8. tIc close-knit! family. The inter- I

I H3, per word $1.09 minimum YOUR KINGSBERRY viewer at Raiford said: I- ___ _____ :________u__ _______ ----.i.

; Cal 2G1-3G8G or 261.3687 HOMES AND DEALER BUILDER TWO ROOM furnished apartment "Public sentiment is that most I I

! or place: ad at office everyone is sympathet'c with the< i4
: $500.00 down will move you into *
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: 511 Ash Street family, but not too many are con-
a well located masonry three ONE THREE room furnished
i ... "t.en cerned over Reddish's plight"The
bedroom house with 2 baths
house.
: I 1963 Legislature authorized -
: on a shady lot. Immediate pos... a *
an interim committee to look
I FOR SALE session. Must be sold as owne4Is TWO BEDROOM unfurnished / ff :
.. .; into capital punishment. Floridais
-mmmmmm m MB >m B _______ leaving town within 3 weeks. house. ..J''
near the top in the nation in

:10C2 MODEL, 40 hp, electric $325.00 and $59.00 per month executions.The .

: start Johnson motor with :3 I buys the sharpest, small three H. F. SAHLMAN -I committee probably, will

hours on it. Connelly, 231-57151. bedroom home available. Just PHONE 2613221WANTED look into the backgrounds of some Cst all 3

.. tfc outside the city limits. Owner I ..':...:... tfJry of the 34 awaiting execution to Are Your Tires ServicesWearing

will accept another house en ; see how they got where they are.
LARGE TWO-STORY Two- J3f j for only
trade.BEST :: In some cases they may puzzle Unevenly?
Apartment house. Will sacrifice LISTING OF j. c'qi.: for years 'over a case. Take Le-

: for small equity and take up TIlE WEEK SHY OR BUSY COUPLES ob- v- meul Dean Burnette, awaiting Brakes Squealing? 95

payments. Conveniently located ject: Matrimony. For evening! execution for murder. Burnetteis
We're for
looking a large family 9
in town. 612 Beech St. Cell! Car Pulling To
who needs a home, that wantsto appointments to pick out en- one of ,two among the 34 with ,
: 2G1-3994. tic trade-in a house they have gagement and wedding rings some college (Floyd Holzapfel i is ? A
call Mr. Robison 261-36J5 at both the Left or Right American
.. the other) He attended
.17'BORUM 40 HP outgrown. Our new Kingsberry :: : .
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Robison A22cMISCELLANEOUS '....... and the Car
Jewelry Company. : c. : :: : University of Kentucky
Gator trailer. Cost $2COO Home has 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, : ._ --
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University of Wiscons'n. r1fki
.asking $1295. Gulf Station, family room, large living room 7.RE
corner 8th and Atlantic A2p and large kitchen with, bult \\ Burnette's version of the event: .

in equipment galore. Wrap MY HUSBAND IS THE BEST REAL ESTATE He was having, an argumeit :will 'ForSafety's Sake :

12 FT. MAHOGANY plywood this up with a double car gar. SALESMAN, IN THE COUNTY, AND THAT his girl in the woods .in Charlotte Balance '

boat, 3 hp Johnson Champ age and a large shady lot with DO YOU YEARN TO WIN NOTCH JUST M SAY SO. .... IT'S' HIS County.-She-- -. didn't- -want- -him-- -to Let Us. Both Front Wheels
tilt trailer. Like Call
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new. a very private back yard, only friends and influence college --'-

: 9050) or 261518G. tic one block from the Beach. Located roommates? Travel to school ii '

}JUY A IIOMES1TK on the Nassau in beautiful Pirates Cove style with Samsonite luggage -- ,1 .: : ; tII 00 ..

subdivision. You can be bet- from Robison Jewelry Com PUBLIC NOTICE kL
River Beautiful high l... W'IU1
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and lots
: dry at Nassauville. IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE .
Others with See us today. FOURTH JIUICUL CIRCUIT 01- 14 id1 New
waterfront
I Small down privil- I'AUL C. BURNS 'CAROLYN BEAUTICIAN ILOKIDA, IV AND FOR NASSAU Capitol Letter IvITEI1 'I 4 I .. Weights t
| eges. paymentI COUVTY. IN CIUNCLUY '
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261-360G Vanity Beauty! Shop. Preserip- NO. 2600RAYMOND 'N. :=-'- -
Terms to suit. Phone Francis 319 South 8th St. Phone ,
Ellis Jackson. YOUR KINGSBERRY tion Waves for every style and P. ChISEL, DY 2 e 27 .
POpular 5-2CG1" Plaintiff, JERRY MOCK 1.,5FrontEnd
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villa. flee HOMES BUILDER budget. Call 261-4686. A22rI I vs. _ .
(3rd in a series of 3) MKJ'Jl.
AND DEALER TIlE BUCKSIIEAR BANK a Georgia '
AM NOT RESPONSIBLE for .
URGE :
WICKER SET, settee, corporation, et tl, __ : I,
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two chairs and ottoman. Hard --- any debts incurred by anyone Defendants. Tallahassee Dennis Whitney, : RfP4cr 4
QUALITY HOMES by John J, other than myself. I NOTICE OF SUIT who at 18 admitted he Killed ; i .
find : .
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price. TO: THE: I.LACKSHEAR: BANK, i 50 loiw iM
, SHIELL'S SWAP SHOP, 1C Eynon Construction Co., Jack. (signed) S. T. Stratton A29c A Ceorgia: Corporation seven persons on a spree, was ,. #y ,
I sonville, 733-1343 FRAME Blackshear. Georgia scheduled to die in the electric
North 4th St.SINGER
: BLOCK -' BRICK. No money LET < ALCOHOLICS ANONY W. P. STRICKLAND and MARIE chair at Raiford in August. I ,'
1 W. STRICKLAND, his wife $e :i:3'Replacement :
I AUTOMATIC down, on your lot. Ten and 12 MOUS help with your drink- Mackstiear Georgia Wh'tney's: murder rampage ? 1e

SEWING MACHINE financing. Fully completed ing problem. Write Box 338 PEARLE R. WARD
zig zag, year Blackshear. Georgia shocked the nation. His deeds are n k.partsilneededandtorsion ,
. : sews on buttons, makes button. includes 2 inch wall, tank City or Phone Jax. El 6-7700. ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS devisees the more sensational among 34 -I_ r .

holes, fancy designs and and pump septic tank tile tic legatees grantees. trustees adinims.j awaiting execution in bar adjustznsn.$ jiot iiathxied. c
stitcn"'l tr tors, crtdiU>rs or other parties; persons II
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: es, will sacrifice for $())4, bath :- hardwood floors. Also claiming by. through, under: or againstthe Florida. Whitney received his sen- -. .
$8 monthly. Ph. 2614157. A22p home remodeling additions, WE TOP AND TRIM trees. Call I estate of J. B. WARD, Deceased; tence for in Miami and 3. AdJust
: slayings
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Three to 7 2G1-3978. If call and if living and if dead. all unknown Another extra
--- -- complete plumbing. no answer
heirs, devisees legatees, trustees Palm Beach County. Brakes tot
JTOY TERRIER"7uppies damages If and Repack
RAT ftv years, bank rates. ORVILLE 2613145. Sc:) assignees. lienors, successors in Li insuranceWeayfuI, !_, you 24 !

i sale. Call 2G1-445G, or see at WAHLIN, rep., 540 North Fletcher i. terest. creditors or other claimants There are others whose purported collide with any wild fame! t.d Front Wheel Bearings :
: 731 S. 14th St. HOME MADE POUND cakes, claiming;; by, through under or against deeds, if not so numerous,
Fernandina Beach, phone any of the above named Defendants You may never have a crack-up ,
U- nEAClflFoMESpNE 261.5027. tie layer and birthday cakes, pies.: .1 who may be dead and not known to arc nearly as sensational with a deer! But if you ever :

All kinds. Call Patricia Lwlge. be dead or aive; and ALL PERSONSor Floyd A. Holzapfel awaits the should, you'll be glad you have
DUPLEX AND ONE FUR. 1- 261-5332. tic unknown parties otherwie havingor .
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electric chair for the drowning State Farm Mutual comprehensive
claiming any estate right. title '
i NISIIED EFFICIENCY apartment FOR RENTONE.FURNISHED claim or interest in or lien upon the murders of Palm Beach County insurance! We pay the whole ? L :" '.ai .4' \ Plus

near fishing pier. Cor. FLOOR SANDING and refioishiug. following described property to wit I Circuit Judge and Mrs. ChUhng- billinot( part,or half,of ii).State 4tr: Seals
The East Half (Et,) of Lot numbered .
: location. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson. other extras foo
ner $18,500. I Twenty-Five (25)) of a sub- worth. Farm gives you \ ,.
I TV : THREE bed : Phone 261-4609. tic division mad by W. L. Beugnet -no deductible collision chargefor .
January 23. 1328. of United States Adolphus Brooks was sentencedto drivers t All erk9 .
2178 S. Fletcher room house behind Driv -N i accidents where both tI -

,OCEAN ,SIDE, three bedroom Theatre. Ph. 2G1-5G75. ..A2i I WILL NOT BE .responsible for .severr Government een ((17)L.,ts Section Eight.Twelve(8)) ((12)and death for the rape of a three- have: State Farm insurance I .., '-I '

home. Servant's quarters. I debts incurred by anyone other r East, Tallahassee Meridian Florida year-old child. Brooks receivedthe special discount for many two-car '
ONE.NEW.TWOBEDROOM furnished I than a Piat of which subdivisionwas Bronze Star in Korea but has families lower premiums for
: myself. recorded on August 6, 1323 in
Just
And StatFarmworld's
BEACH PROPERTY house behind Drive-N (signed) Bobby Lee Harris A22p 1 l the Public Records:! of Nazsau a record since including robbery. most compact largest cars. insurer say "CHARGE IT"Take

Theatre. Ph. 2C1-5G75. A2i c County Florida in Plat Hook 2. at Edward Williams awa'ts' the car
29!) Ft. OCEAN frontage just
Page No. 24. -is famous for low rates for care- months to
South of Blue Marlin Motel. HELP WANTEDWAITRESS YOU AND EACH OF YOU are notified chair for the _rapestrangulationof ful drivers. So call me today! I
I $100 per front foot UNFURNISHED UPSTAIRS APARTMENT that a suit has been flIed against a Martin County secretary. The ,
very reason- you by RAYMOND P. (1EISCL: to I interviewer in Raiford tellsVil- -I-=.r seIW0
: I quiet the title to the above described I JAMES BOWERS
able. Ph. 2G1-53G4. Home
LM CEDAR STREET Six on WANTED, age 21 orover. property and you are required to liams' story: "He ravished and
Bedroom Boarding House.' Two Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridaysor round serve a copy of your Answer to the took the life of this little white 311 Atlantic Ave. Deach
tIc Year work. Apply} Bill of Complaint on Plaintiffs attorney "
,' Baths. $5000. Saturdays. Blue Seas Restaurant. tIc SUSAN KIHTLEY. at 1612 Con- girl like a beast of prey. Phone 261-3932
gress liuilding: Miami 32, Florida. and
I # SMALL HOUSE FOR RENT. file the original thereof with the Clerkof : Above are some of the snore

125 S. 17th STREET. 154 x 140 Call Seaside WOMAN TO CARE FOR AGED the Circuit Court on or before the I sensational crime charged to men FARM; Supply
Couple only. STATE
9th of 1963, otnerwisethe -
day September
lot F1IA appraIsed! at $11,000 INVALID during night.
Motel. 261-5735. tfc woman allegations of the Complaint will sentenced to death ,in Raiford. ., Mutual Automobile Insurance Co.
I selling $10,750. Ph. 261-5128, Mrs. Joseph I'.t'be taken as confessed by ycu.I -, HomeOffice.Blocmington; !
Salesman DATED at Fernandina Beach. Florida They are shocking. And they tend ; 118 ATLANTIC AVE. PHONE 261-1182
: !'tleIngram, FIVE ROOM FURNISHED a- Pope, 1C04 Broome St tfc. I
this 2nd day of August. 1963. I
L I.. Bohannon, Broker partment for rent 432 N. 3rd ---- I /S/ D. 0 OXLEY to obscure some of the less spectacular -I -

-:13, N. 4th St. Phone 2CM269L St. See any time, or ph. 261. RELIABLE BOY \to work on (SEAL CLERK) OF TilE CIRCUIT COURT crimes by persons who I'
--- produce truck 3 day week.
4915. A22p Susan Ktrtley may be deserving of another
:rEARS FRESH PICKED daily I
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Mrs., Lois Sheffield Phone Attorney at law
I i $2.00 bushel.! Weekends only. 261-4544. tfc 1612 Congress Tuilding:
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FURNISHED look.At
TWO BEDROOM I
W. J. Lohman AlA Amelia Miami 32. Florida4t best the public has little
apartment. Year round. 233 S. 8.8. 15. 22. %!)
i City. tic Fletcher. Can be seen after GUARANTEED N Y. LIVE-IN sympathy for these 34 or their j

MATCHED- SET---- '-Diamond-and- 5:00. Ph. 2G1-5489. tic Maid jobs. $35-$55 wk. Fare PUBLIC NOTICE ilk. Take the case of Joe Reddish! !

J wedding band, new. Priced to advanced. MallQry Agency, 570Merritk INVITATION FOR IUDS I under death penalty for the shot-

SMALL FURNIShED house Rd., Lynbrook, N. .Y. FOR ADDRESSO.R\PH EQUIPMENTThe I
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sell. Bertie at Florida
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PLUGS guaranteed 10,000 Good commission Fullor One ((1)) Model 19250AD DRESSO- NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION .
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GRAPH FRICTION FEEDER used
: miles. Set of 8, $2.40. SIIIELL'S FOUR ROOM FURNISHED a- part time. No. experience with Model l&OO Addressograpn TEMRER: JO, 1563 IV TIUT AREA color mateM
necessary, will train. Call machine for automatic feeding OF NASSAU COUNTY FORMERLY Any exactly
SWAP SHOP, 10( North 4th partment.: Private entrance. equipped with 1-110-AC motor. I KNOWN AS TilE CITY OF IJOU-I tin .
261-5027 before 10 a.m. tic.
3rd St. tfc
St. 421 No. LOUGNE.
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;BRAND NEW 753 pound tapa- 3 BEACH APARTMENTS Kendree. Tax Assessor Room No. 4 election will be held on Tuesday I our
i September 10. 1963 for the purpose
SITUATION County Courthouse, Fernandina Beach
I city chest type freezer 1 year furnished or unfurnished. Week I Honda I of determining wLrtber llp\r

I guarantee. $27800 Call 261i month or year rqund. 56 S. WANTED Sealed bids marked "Hid: for AG I Bill No. 2031' enacted by the 1963 Paint Mixing Machine
Florida Legislature shall become effective
I i 4491 T.V. dressograph Equipment together
Chucks tIc
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Fletcher. Ph. 2G1-3183. tic thereby causing OrdinanceNo.
with deposit of 10 of bid payable to
,-' -- -- --- I I Board of Commissioners of 4 of the former City of Itoulcmfoe, color sample fabric swatch
'. County Bring in or
.SOFA BED: PLATFORM ROCK, WHITE LADY CAN GIVE RE* Nassau County, Florida. conditioned relating to a franchise agreement be your
FURNISHED;
ER, two single beds with mat- FOR RENT ERENCES. Does washing, iron- on fullfiiiment of bid. shall be sub tween the former City of Boulougne -and in minutes, we'll mix precisely theshadeyouw3nt..ifltlieamOUfltYOUJ1d ..

tresses. AH C pieces ju4 $ O.OO garage water apartment furnshed.: hot Electucally aricold ing, cleaning, caring for children :. County mitted to Commissioners.D. O Oxley Clerk Nassau to Board Coun and Corporation the Okefenoke to be rescinded Rural Electric repeal.

Bowen behind Ice Plant in : -I all ages. I'h. 2G1-343? ty. Florida. nv;>t later than 10:0(4 etl and nullified; that all qualified
: equipped. Ph. llth. 1963. at electors in that area described in"ectiwf andtheflneDuPontflthshyuseIec .
: 2G14258.A15c 261-5359. o'clock A.M. September ,..
linrestSuWiisiou. A22p
A2pi9jO :
I which time same will be considered. 2 of Chants .5! 17! Speriil,. 1
Acts of 1955. the limits -
Florida being
Sale shall be for cash payable
price
; ; CUSMAN SCOOTER within ten (10) days after acceptance of. said former City of Boulougne. Ideas Galore
PUBLIC NOTICENotice rhall be qualified to vote in said election Seeorating
excellent condition. Call after I VACATJOAI'TS of bid by County Commissioners. Ccn< ,
...ill be by absolute bill of ; that the registration books cf '
5,201.5874. A29? FURNISHED OCEANFRONT A. is hereby given that an order sale.vcyance ( the former City of Boulougne shallbe Yours to borrow-"Du Pont Color Scheme .
.-- -- dated August 12 1963. has beeir issued to used for the purpose of said election 'I
Board the right reject
PARTMENT. Special rates tea by the undersigned authorizing- the The reserves and shall be opened in the office of ideas in 1
KX) FAIRLINE 500 8 cylinder any or all bids. j Classics. 20 pages decorating ,
teachers} 584 S. Fletcher. Ph. name of the oil screw DEVINAL rfficial Dated this 22nd day of August 19(2' of the Supervisor of Registrationof t ;
1 straight shift four door, radio 2C1-5878. A2e number 232932. owned by BOARD OF COUNTY COMM Nassau County. Florida. for the full color-large sheets of Du Pont Wall ,
deluxe heater $G95. 1207 S. i.eorge Ralph Vtoff of winch Fernan- SIGNERS NASSAU COUNTY, purpose of registering qualified electors '.
dina Beach. Florida is the home port ILOHIDAHY for said election until 5:00 Colors to compare with furniture and accesseries .
: Fletcher. A22c to be changed to RCA P.M. that =-' r""
UNFURNISHED HOUSE fOI Jim Thomas o'clock on August %3. 1963: "
2614663. A22c THOMAS H HALL Chairman 'the polling place for said election -50 harmonious color combinationstohelpyouclioose1ourperfcctolorsciiem. ::::J
,$100 DOWN $G5 month, buy rent ph. Deputy Collector of Customs ATTEST- shall be in the building formerly usedas
Port of Fernandina: Beach Florida the City Hall for said former City "
masonry, three bedroom home TWO BEDROOM UNFURNISHED <' 8.15, 22. 29, W D. 0. OxleyClerk of B"uiougne. Florida. : ". '

I i priced below replacement at $9,- apartment Tiled HOOK, 2t 8-22.2 DATED .this 8th day of August. "f
A. D. 1163.1:0ARD
I 775. nicely painted. 124 S. 5th. Ph. PUBLIC NOTICE I : OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS -.
; a INVITATION TO BID PUBLIC NOTICE OF NASSAU COUNTY.
:ONLY DOWN 2615359., A2pFOJf Sealed proposals will be received by FLORIDA. Jirtlllll,1J1JlIMitlJ;/
$350 $63.50
a the CUy Commission of the City of TKADE NAME LAW Iy! : Jim Thomas
| month .Buys: small.three, bed. BEACH RENTALS call 261.I I Fernandina Beach. Florida, at the of- (NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS As Its Chairman

room two bath home. Pan. 4642, W. I. McCranie. Will be fice of the City Manager City Hill. NAME LAW) ATTEST: Color Choice
Fernandina Beach. Florida until IQ.I: is the D. O OxleyExOficio .
Notice hereby that untkrsigned.
given
.I eled living room Fire place. glad to show anyone the beach I P.M.. ES.T. September 11. 1963. atulich pursuant to the fictiticu ClerkADOPTED

$ $ $ apts and cottages. Applicationstaken I'' time bids will be opened and name statute, being action &65,09. this 6th day of August. 1 In Da Pent Paint! yon choose'-'flat,
:FOREST HILLS 3 bedroom for winter rentals beginning probably read for the folio,*ing: One. the Florida Statutes will registet 150. :: any
I U) Diesel powered rubber tired tractor BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS '
IIojth the Clerk of the Circuit Court 19 interior
2 bath home not a pro Sept 1. tic I with a minimum drawbar H.P. oj and for Nassau County Florida. upoA OF NASSAU COUNTY 'I. .s; wsii-gkw' w 'SIot ,.,f9r or exterior

J I%5.00.I receipt of proof cf publication of Uu| FLORIDA a select from Hundreds
J ject. $12,750 $500 down. j I Kid forms. specifications and contract notice.. the fictitious naire. tort' ly; Jim ThomasAs : '- we-you can ,

| *, SMALL UNFURNISHED house I document uiU b* pa to puo- OCEAN TERRACE MOTEL (flat i* Its Chairman of colon the exact shades needed complete .
: John T. Ferreira & Son for rent. 1310 Franklin St. Call ,,, lie inspection at the office of the City ccrporated) under which they are ea' a ATTEST O OWYEx.fficio: 'ii : '
Manager. gaged in business at 382 South Flet-- color scheme
150$ Atlantic Are. Phone 261-5277 for further information. be Clerk 4 any ,
261-5571 i Hids must accompanied by a cner Avenue in the City of tercao- ,., .
0 -'- -- "
tie I certified check or bid bond in an dma Beach. florida. 4t 8-1.15,22. 29 t-: .f'-'1' :
J BACKTOSCHOOlTNEEDSluggage i amount not less than five per cent of The parties interested in said business

Sheaffer pens and BEACH APARTMENT, furnish.I,the No bid.bid may be withdrawn for a /s/ enterprise LACY WHATLEY.are as follows fifty per; cent;

'pentib, alarm clocks, watches, ed. Year round rental, must I period of thutjdays after the scheduled /s/ IRMA MAVIS S. WHATLEY, BE CAIEFUL

\ at Robisons. A22e be locally employed. $60 per I Imonth. I bids. closing The City time of of Fernundina the receipt Beach of I fifty Robert per L.cent Rose Jr. Atty. WITh FilE

t : .. 278 S. Fletcher tie reserves the right to reject any or ail 41 US 22. 23. '-$ I Nassau Building & Supply Co.
J IIUN.A.BOUTbO2t with controls bids and to accept the bid which lathe YOU CAN'T .
trailer and 35 horse FURNISHED BEACH HOUSE opinion of said City Commission is.
t in the best interest of the City of Fernanriina
I | motor. Will sell as complete September June. Contact; Beach. Florida. Trade At Home \ iUY BACK: '
t outfit or separate. Ph. 261. Carter lOGO S. Fletcher or i /9/ DAVID U CATCHEL ,. 1129 S. 8th Street Phone 261-3648
Cay Auditor and Clerk -.,
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Page Twelve 'News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday. August 2'2, 1963 r BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH PINE GROVE BAPTIST
429 South 6th Street CHURCH
Her. John O'Neil, Pastor Rev A. Z. Knight, Pastor
ra-d
At The Churches (Held at various members homes) Sunday Services: Sunday School 9:45 ajn.
-r Wednesday: Mid-Week Bible 10:00 A.M. Sunday School 'Morning Worship 11 BJE

Study 7:30 p.m. 11:00 A.M. Morning Worshir 11:00 a.m. Morning Service
. ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC 5:00: P.M. Episcopal Young 'Thursday: Ladies Class 10:30 a.m. 6:30: p.m. ___ B.T.U. 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic. Service
CHURCH ChurchmenThis i (Held at various members homes) 7:00 P.M. Men's Prayer Service W.M.B.
Rer. W. J. Holmes, Pastor ( is the schedule of every I 1:80 p.m. Evening Worship 7:30 ,.m. Wednesday V.LB. Young'

Sunday Mass 2nd, 4th Sunday with the exception of the PRINCE OF PEACE Tuesday: People
Sunday 7:30 am last Sunday of the month) LUTHERAN CHURCH 7:00 p.m. .. Visitation I 7:45 ,- Prayer Meeting
Sunday Mass 1st, Srd it Donald R. Himmelman Pastor -if 6 *
5th Sunday, 11:30 ajn. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Phone 261-5634 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH FIVE POINTS BAPTIST

Monday, Young People 7 pjn. Bailey RoadJ. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Rev. J. T. Dunnam Pastor CHURCHJ.

Daily .-.-,-?-.?.-..-.-. 8 a.m. C. BYRD, PASTOR Worship Service 11:00 a. m. Worship Services: 8:30 AJi W. Keen Pastor
Saturday _, Convent Chapel Sunday School 10 A.M. 11:00 AJL 9:45 JQ. Sunday School! '
6:30: Communion in Convent Morning Worship 11 A.M. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN 8:00: P.M. 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship

6:30 P.M. Young People's Evening Service 7:30 P.M. CHURCH Sunday School 9:45 A.M. .6:30 P.m. Training Union LOUNGE
Meeting. LAST SUNDAY OF THE Training Union _6:45 P.M. ':30 pjn. Evening Worship
MONTH Amelia City AlA Near Intersection Prayer Service Wednesday Wednesday prayer service, 7:3f

FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 7:30 A.M. Holy Communion 7:30 P.M. p.m.
10:00 A.M. Morning Prayer A. F. Gerbhardt, Pastor *
E. Lewis faster
Rer. A. ,
10:00 a.m. Sunday School and Sermon d:00: a.m. Morning Service MEMORIAL METHODIST "The 'Communists tell the ATLANTIC AVENUE AT THE BEACH
11:15 A.M. Church School 9:00 ajn. Sunday School CHURCH Russian people that America is
11:00 ajn. ,... .., Worth!? Service
6:30 ... C. A. Youth Services 3:00 P.M. Episcopal Young tr Nelson P. Moyer, Pastor the worst place in the world'
pjn. Service Churchmen TABERNACLE BAPTIST 9:45 a.m. Sunday School that half of us are starving to'o' I ,
7:30 Evangelistic
pjn. ft CHURCH 11:00 ajn. Morning Worship death. In the very next breath' ,
service
mid week S ,
Thursday -
CHURCH OF GOD OF Amelia Road Phone 261-3487 6:15 pjn. MYF Supper & Programs they are bragging that in the'
7:30 p.m. PROPHECYRev. Rev. Loyd Chambers, Pastor next couple of years they will i' LIL ,, t\1ttiu \lt 5 1,1, S (

H. C. Drury, Pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. 7:30 p.m. Evening WorshipNORTH catch up with our standard of '
{
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 10:00: a.m. Sunday School Morning Worship 11 a.m. fc it living. Firman W. Ward, } er
CHURCH 11 a.m. Morning Service Evening Worship 7 p.m. 14th STREET Farmingdale (N. J.) Howell
Rer. John Dozier, Pastor 7:45 p.m. Evening Service Wednesday Service 7 p.m. BAPTIST CHURCH I Booster."It .

8:SO A.M. 7:45 p.m. Wednesday, V.LB. Service CHURCH OP GOU Rev Ran Humphreys, Pastor
Worship Services; _11:00 A. M. for young people. Cor. 4th and Cedar Sta. 9:45: a.m. Sunday School may be possible to bypassall I w
Sunday School &:45 A.M. Rt Y. L Marvin Johnson, Pastor 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship of America when the Federal >

Youth Meetings 6:00 P.M. CHURCH OF CHRIST Phone 261.3807 7:00 p.m. .._.. .-. B.T.U Interstate Highway System is
ST. PETEU'S EPISCOPAL South 14th Street 10:00 a.m. ....,...., Sunday School 8:00: p.m. __. Evening Worship completed." Kenny Bennett,
CHURCH Kenneth L. Jones, Minister 11:00 a.m. Morning Service 7:30 pjn. Mid-Week Services Greencastle (Ind.) Putnam County
The Rev. James D. Ellisor, Rector Sunday: Bible Study ..10:00: a.m. Y.P to Friday Evening 7:30 p.m. WednesdaJEDUCATON Graphic.
7:30 A.M. Holy communion Morning Worship 11:00: ajn. r:30 p.m. ,-. Evening Service 'I lky
10:00: A.M. Choral Eucharist I Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday From :
11:15: A.M. Church School Tuesday: Singing Practice_ 7:30 7:30 pjn. Reports Washington :
S l''
By Rep. D. R. (Billy) Matthews t
LAt : ir

VOCATONAL to delete all institutions except ,___

Now At Your Favorite Store The House passed by a vote of public that institutions a vast new, and program pointedout cf

377 yeas to 21 nays H. R. 4955 federal aid to private and church ,
to strengthen and improve the schools might well be declared 1f r _
I quality of vocational educationand unconstitutional. I also pointedbut Sr
? FF Ask For # to expand the vocational that such a program* would
II.r. education opportunities in the cause such demands on the taxi

Nation. A recommittal motion i dollar for education so as to be ,
I designed to insert language requiring I n
to institutions
injurious our public -
xra.e'rxsxr- liTHE TASTE WILL TELL" all vocational education I I of higher learning that include
programs to be conducted on a both universities and junlor -
racially nondiscriminatory basis I colleges. When my amendment I AWJ'n.; .
S r by July 1, 1965, was rejected bya
HOLLY HILL DAIRY was defeated, I voted r;
record vote of 181 yeas to 217 against the bill. I V5 1
"
nays. An amendment which ,: t J
"ONLY INDEPENDENT DAIRY SERVING sought to extend vocational edu' ':AID TO VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTING .

FERNANDINA BEACH" I cational programs to all relig ORGANIZATIONS DANCE TO THE
ism ious and non-profit educational t, liTHE MEGATONS"NORTHEAST
I have introduced bill to
a
institutions was also rejected.. I MELLO\Y MUSIC OF
For Home Delivery Call 261-3198 1 voted against both of these I provide for the donation of Federal

amendments. I surplus property to State FLORIDA'S FINEST DANCE BAND
Fernandina Beach
:' !;Agencies for use by Volunteer
Vocational education is an old
the need for which was :rirefighting organizations.
TASTE THE DIFFERENCE program
!,
MMrr
recognized over a half centuryago VISITORS
when individuals and insti FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT

kl TASTE THE FRESHNESS. tutions petitioned the Congressfor Recent visitors to my office
Federal assistance to public have included: Mr. John Lee
h ,1. schools to meet the vocational Dugger of Macclenny; Mrs. Nel 9:00: P.M. 'TIL

,p w Direct From Farmer To YOU! .training needs of a Nation that lie Moody, Wayne, Lillian and

was beginning to grow rapid} Janet; Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Beautifully Redecorated In A Hawaiian Decor

,j: .$ TASTE THE RICHNESS I in the industrial field. This program Williams, Randy, Cathy, Vicky
a o .
came into existence under and Tracy; Mr. Jimmy Miller;
the so-called "Smith-Hughes Act" and Mr. Owen B. Thompson, allof
Move Up To Quality Use Permium
which was signed by President Palatka; and Mr. George Gas-

Jersey Milk i Woodrow Wilson on February 23, ton; and ?Mr. and "Mrs"'L. C. Kui- A Classified'Ad For Quick Results.
PLASTIC CARTON 1917. tert, Bobby, Linda and Sharon, Try
Statistics presented i in .the all of Gainesville. r
,. course of debate" snowed tnat. -- ,
over 90 percent of our unemployment

is among those with .
high school diplomas or less, and -

\ : that 30 to 40 percent of the
i
j l .'. young people now in the, fifth
"
grade will probably not graduate
'.
'
: million
-" from high school. Over 20
non-college graduates will enter

dp R'p the labor market in this decade.In .
?
[ my opinion the answer to'
)< many of our Nation's economicand
.
.-.i'f\ :'" "- social problems lies in more EVERYBODY BENEFITS -....
intensive programs of vocational',

;/ ; ,it:; education. Above all, I believe --
this is the best legal approachfor I -
.. ,' r"f I .,....
; J "
helping especially our Negro
.j( ", '""-
youth to attain adequate train ...
,' .'f :: ing to qualify them for a larger ,, .Wh.

1 '. .... sharing in job opportunities, and "'....
"
d later, as adults, to anticipate a -,..
aX 3 more rewarding measure of life'* I
'> w economic and social benefits. I n Th
e c
A
4v. "': .y supported this vocational educa ,
tion expansion proposal a.
.
PUBLIC DEBT LIMIT EXTENDED :' Fernandina Beach
t>
UNTIL, NOVEMBER 30, >
1963 44

By a record vote of 221 yeas f Golf Course .i/
to 175 nays the House passedH. ';
YN R. 7824, to continue for the
:
:
8 period ending November 30, 1963, He Dud d A
R the existing temporary increase in Y:: ps Ii '
the public debt limit set forth in' .. ) I /,
\ '
section 21 of the Second Liberty ": I
\ 5 Bigger and Better if /
r : Bond Act. The permanent debt t I
i ,?f0.1 .
ceiling, as I have pointed out in : ) I'" ,
an earlier Newsletter, is $285'

.' x billion Earlier this year the Congress '<\ Fernandina Beach Jf/j'
voted a temporary ceilingof
: .-.S $309 billion, which temporaryceiling \ .
\ ,,v /
expires after August 31. ..
Until the question of an increasein :::...,: J ,;f'" I/ .
the permanent debt limit braised '':.... :/:
and voted upon by Con.' :',. .
'0 .. "f1', :
,
-;- .
gress, the temporary ceilinisessential : -" I
to maintain national ,., "
=
solvency. I supported the exten --..................... -
sion. ,!

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OCEANOGRAPHY RESEARCHThe J r HrrrcastrhuunnrNAunnnu!lit rnmuumnnu4/n'ununuunnnrnumu"uaunuunnnrNr
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=: Wherever You Go House has passed by voice I j -
vote a bill to provide for a comprehensive '. I There's more than one way that our golf course L
: :: long-range and coordinated 'r ,
benefits It's wonderful
cur area. a truly recre
,
Keep in Touch by Long Distance oceanography.national Studies program in this'.ia I' ational facility for our residents. And, equally ,..N,

area may lead to vast food resources o I important, it provides us with a tourist attraction ': '

,and other benefits not that draws thousands a year to our area. Its ,. .
.
,
: Pick up the phone and call back home.Nothing's Florida's presently large disclosed.ocean In frontage view ,of,) 0' I tournaments bring this area untold thousands ...,........

the research will be of I of dollars worth of publicity. --
very special -
i so easy and nothing's so nice...for saying .-r- ,..... I.
i interest it: our coastal areas =
Our District has a thriving fish t :../4r1fihMlrlrrrifrlUUlr/lilt/NIrr I/rrrlWidMrrrrrhhtWlliMYlbMrYlliWtWlhuuu. ?.- t..IMS.
'.-. ... "I miss you and wish you were here ing industry due to our lengthy ........

"" t coast line on the Gulf of Mexico, -.......

: == Next time you're away why don't y.'oucall back home?. and Atlantic Ocean. '. ._'''; .t ,"k'"!,'. t ...M.-.

.. HIGHER EDUCATION FACILITIES :. !: :.:.;'
ACT OF 1963 -..,...,
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ir
'" This bill which! was overwhelmingly
.f; 'southerni\.ell' ; passed by the House authorized :

to be appropriated daring -
:::=' '- .' I t : -." .: the next three years $1.2,billion flonda Public; UtilitiesrJ"II" (
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... .. + \r1' I- r
.-. .-..... : .', ,: : for construction' grants and < .
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.. teaM to institutions of higher ;
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