Fernandina Beach news-leader
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Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: August 29, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024610
oclc - 33142109
notis - AFA6512
lccn - sn 95026706
System ID: UF00079912:00035
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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1858 Absorbed. by Purchase. Mercer or Succ uIoi. The Florida News, The East floridian The ,Peninsula. The ernanoma conner The Island City Feraaitt'na: Dsen'er. Fernandina Express. The Fernandina News. The Florida Mirror. The Nassau County Star The f, The Fernandiaa Record.
Fernandina News-Record. Nassau County Leader The Outlook, The Honda-Georgia News The Fernandina News, The Buccaneer.
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Florida, Georgia Agree To Joint Bridge Suvay

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At fete, Hospitality School Personnel Dinner j j j Schools:' To Re-open Tuesday ,I Head Local DelegationsAt

1 The local divisions of Con. The summer holiday for Nassau > All students are ,requested to Areld Sether librarian; Mrs. __ MeetingIn

1 tainer Corporation of Americaand County school children will officially report to the high school auditorium Ruth Edenfield, guidance counselor -
Raonier Incorporated were I! end Monday as Labor Day ; at 8:10 a.m. Tuesday. A ; Wayne Benner athletic! a telephone conversation
co-hc&ts last Thursday night at is observed. All county schools! } full days schedule will be in operation I director, football coach and pay- yesterday Ralph Powers District
a get-acquainted dinner for the J,will open their doors Tuesday and lunch will be, served. sical education teacher; Mba jJjiiii13rL Two member of the Florida Road
fcchool personnel of Nassau morning for the 1963.' .I year. I II School will be dismissed daily ".t Eloise Minton, girls physical education Board announced that a feisib"-!
County. j 1 I Fernandina Beach High expects 3 p.m. ; Gary Upton, driver education it/ survey will be launched Immediately -

John Weisner, Superintendent' I over 500 students according to The 1963.64 faculty is as fallows ; Mrs. Gary Upton physi : ; -O L- on the proposed Fer
of I ( nandina Beach to St.
Education acted as master of Mary', Ga.,
Ray Cough principal. The freshman : : Ray Cough, principal; I c. cal education; Mrs. Marjorii
ceremonies and welcomes to the class is, anticipated to number bert Stover, assistant principal Childs, senior English and short- ; A\f! bridge.
educators were issued by R. E.Phinney I 'Ii I I Powers said that Governor Farris -
approximately 150. and social studies teacher; Mr* (Continued on page six) *
I mill manager, and D. I II I ; Bryant had advised him that I
}. Theobald box plant manager : I. I '4' 1"i"" -_' I ITX he approved the survey and that 1

at Container; Bryan Kauschert, i City Commission he had been notified by Georgia;
resilient manager at Rayonier : officials that Governor Carl Sand.ers .
ana Ernest Davis head of Ray EJJohnsonJr. I II had also given his stamp of:

cnier's, Southeastern Timber DIvision I'' | Discusses Possible approval.The ,

I feasibility survey costjjjf
I The dinner an innovation by I which will be shared equally&'y
the two largest industries in !landfill Operation j i the two states, will include TH>
the ,county, was attended by cording to Powers an origin ood

more than 170 members of the Named : The City Commission, meec'ngi destination study of the now existing -
school system and invited guests.The Mayor last night in bi-monthlj session, I I traffic between St. Maffti I

'I { discussed the possible adoption of and Fernandina Beach and of U.'d

I A I I aj I a landfill operation, here in cou-l potential traffic. A survey will be
I ;( nection with garbage disposal. I I made on the traffic and earning*

/tlsl/famhn At Friday night's annual reorganization City Manager David Gatchel, possibility of the proposed tell
meeting, City Commissioner I Director of Public Works Jira span and a physical engineering

E. J. Johnson, Jr., was Beard and Commissioners Bin study will be made of the tentative .

named as Mayor for the coming I Sorensen and L. L Bohannon reported r ---- -' '! location, including soundings (

*,-,., year.Johnson's. I on a trip to Sanford on ,.( 4 c 4V 'C 'ir* : I of the water it will cross. .

p term as the top city: Tuesday where they witnessed ) ; "i ti r The agreement between the two
such a facility there generaiy: ,' s. states has
official came on a nomination by i,I 4: \ /A ,, promoted considerate
regarded as a model operation of J 5' #' ._. satisfaction those wbo
Commissioner John Tiliakos anda I / t tJ ; among
this type. 1; /i :
second by Hilton Kitchens. j i $ have long sought the proposed .
| A considerable discussion followed 7c 'j. '<:.' : bridge and have kept the isue
Prior to the naming of the : : ,
fJ best news yet received ont Mayor, Johnson and Kitchen I the report and it was gen- alive. .j
erally agreed that such a facility 3t3G Georgia; has long favored Jfe
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Jiap sed bridge from Fernan- were sworn in as Commission I '
? & : : here would be desirable and I !: EiiLCOKING bridge and one of the chief proponents .
dma' tt. ? merits further consideration. Gat- I[ is Lonnie A. Pope, executive .
in this week follow.
came as a upon Johnson, who was first electedto : > chel ,reported that he would gath-: I assistant to the Georgia

last Friday's meeting here be. the Commission in 1960 won ,'. cr additional information. (The I OVER A CHART of the proposed route, of the proposed bridge from Fern I Road Bridge. Pope was instru.
road officials and
tween engineersof
,f.1QrJ da and Georgia. Word! his bid for Herb reelection White with his a only victory ( News-Leader will carry a later' andina Beach to St.. Mary's, Ga., are Lonnie A. Pope, left, executive assistant to the mental in arranging the meetjnj;

that the two states will'' share :>U- opponent over in the recent City Gen:feature on the Sanford operation, Georgia: Road Board, and Ralph Powers, District Two member of the Florida Road here last; Friday which promoted

50 In 'tk cost of a feasibility] survey eral! Election. I(( Complete formation with. pictures and in- ;, Board. The photo was made during last Friday's meeting hereof Florida and Georgia I the agreements to the survey. ..
) iI | Powers sad that the
discuss the
of the much-discussed bridge road officials and engineers to bridge.
Kitchens won his seat on the A delegation from the Merchants survey has been estimated
i as an
comes as a satisfactory have develop.j I t' Commission, with a victory over .,i Association with Presi. I expenditure of between $8,000 and
ment to those here who long I
sought and kept alive hopes for ; .. E. J. Smith who was serving 331|I dent Burns Bailey as spokesman 'Golf Association' Police Chief Parker $10,000 with personnel of both
j :>: Mayor-Commissioner at the time 1 1!
submitted to the Con states cooperating in the effoit
a request
such a stimulus to this area. Another To Hold General Use of ,
meet'ng! will be expected I E. J. JOHNSON, JR. of his defeat. They were" the only I 1 i I mission that the city take over Urges Caution The bridge if built, will be &.\-. I
I two in the race. I the handling of the Christmas 1ti Meeting In/School Zones other link in the alreadytlaniout
here in the near future to discuss Sept. 5\ \ J
I The Commission renamed Da.j(decorations in the downtown area. Buccaneer Trail which runs much
1the/ finding' j>< the surveys.. City To:.Qbserye, I vid, Gatchel as. city for t i ( .... I I of the of. 'Iorida' Atlantic -.J
.* .manager Bailey said thatit was the : Bob Yoongi presideiitvOfF the': :Police Chief J. R. Parker.. U; I length $
t the coming year and H. Wv Fisb-1 I feeling of4he.merehants that it Beach- Golf Association '. >J"I "f >i T !J *Coast and prevTcfes stenc
A news fetease from the. Jacksonville : Labor Day Monday .j ; t urging that all motorists be reminded (
ler and Judge and historical route for tour Alr.
Beach Chamber of Commerce as City Attorney was an ever-increasing burden to '1 ; announced today that ageli. of the ,opening of schoo1!
says that "big things are f The last holiday of .surnrnerwill :i for a like period.County ,raise the money for new lightingand eral meeting of that group'i is 'I,i Cost of the proposed bridge hai ;
scheduled for Labor Day wee\. r be observed Monday wheu i ir. I pay for the putting up and slated for Thursday, Sept, 5., Tr* Tuesday and the large number cf been estimated in the past at between

end". But what is scheduled fort I(city and county offices and the CommissionTo taking down. meeting will l>e held at Seaside. i I youngsters who will be using the I $9 an4 $12" million

the Ykitors here for the last fling .r. majority of businesses close for II Mayor E. J. Johnson Jr., said Inn and will begin: at 730. streets throughout the city. Sleeting here last Friday ii;
ef the Summer season. It's a ,lit.i I Labor Day. Hold HearingOn that the matter would be discussed Members are urged to attend Parker also ,reminded of the 15 conference at Seaside Inn were

tie advance thinking for a little j I Closing Monday will be all offices Proposed BudgetThe while the budget was being dtyxn and bring a prospective membei. I miles per hour limit in school (Continued on page three)

promoting next year or will we 1 I i in the Court House Florida' up and that the merchants would The membership now stands lit ; zones and warned that his depart ,
remain content to let Jax Beach I National Bank Post Office and i iI Board of Commissioners of be informed of their decision. v 93 and Young says the Association I Tyson To Preside
take the play from us. I City Hall. Nassau County will meet Frida I The Commission agreed to add is shooting for 100. Of thIs I i ment will enforce the iamb 4T FEA ..

.I The regular garbage pick-ups: morning at 10 a.m. in their chambers wine to a license recently issue number 88 }have established'I I rigidly. Meeting

Thinking about Jax Beach and I I will be made Monday, however I at the courthouse to hear requests to Josiah Mixon, doing businessas # handicaps. 1 in Jax FridayGeorge
discussion '
During meeting a
Labor Day activity reminds me I: residents are reminded the pick. or complaints regarding Joe's Variety Store on South P.TATo Entertain
that a local lovely Miss Palsy up will be made earlier in the day ; the budget for the 1963-64 fiscal (Continued on page three) zrq will be held on the Associa.tion's '! Tyson, local teacher and
Bailey will be competing with i than usual (!i year. I iiss iP '*45 \ championship tourney Free I Teachers- At Dinner assistant coach, will preside at

the fairest of the fa'yrVtfor tnc I!! The majoirty of businesses will !I The tentative budget for county I Minus-Milk Lunches those refreshments in attendance., will be enjoyed by I:I Tonight At Tenacres the Area 5-A meeting of the Flor.

coveted title, of "Queehfof the !!|! be closed for the day, including{' operation has been set at $343- : ida Education Association -in, I
Florida Crown" in th/! + beauty i j i:I the Fernandina Beach Nebs 350.90. Will Be Served t44 ?;. A Get-Acquainted Dinner lot Jacksonville on Friday. I
pageant of that name''Saturday '>: Leader. By School Cafeterias wLQJt Local Stolen Car teachers at the Fernandina Beach Tyson, current president of
nigh,. The pageant will be held Found In Junior High and Elementary :j i Area 5-A, which comprises Nag- !
iit the Jax Beach bandshell Good Training Pays i I Students eating in school cafe- : t)4') KentuckyThe School, their husbands or wives, |'I sau, Duval Baker Clay and St. '

Lud Patsy. Millage Is Reduced Convinced that terias on the first day of school 1963 Chevrolet of James and escorts will be held tonight ,'Johns counties, will be perform-
training pa'J'off ; (Thursday) at 7 at Ten. j i ing the last official act of !gfcI
will find that : p.m.
is menus Melton of the Florida National i
In School Districts Leroy McKee, who last S.1I.-
.Con rats to R. E. Phinney and acres. I i term of office before turning ovar
P:A. Thtfobald of Container Corp. I. I lurday participated in a training are missing a familiar item. No Bank, was located Wednesday hij'I I I i i the presidency to the educator
oration of America and Bryan' Adoption of the 19G3-C4 school class on Explosive Ordnance Reconnaissance : milk will be served and a yet undetermined Paris, Kentucky after an ail- The affair is being sponsored named at the meeting to fill :;Jus I

Rauschert and Ernest Davis cf ', budget revealed that a reduction' conducted for Civil drink will be substi- points bulletin was issued. i' by the Fernandina Beach Junior post. .. \

Rayonier Incorporated for the ;n, i I i in millage is effective in t\\o : Defense and the Sheriff's Dept., tuted. Three juveniles address unknown High-Elementary P-TA. I All Nassau school personnel is:
novation of a "get-acquainted" ,, school districts.A by a U. S. Army Ordnance Team !,i 1 The minus-milk lunches is tht as'yet, were found with tne expected to attend the meeting I

djgnfij; ,fqr; the personnel.: the 1 reduction from 6% to o'i Last night on a reconnaissanceof I mate result 44 of%a in hike the of bid an of milk approxi- car, which was stolen Monday I Ft. Clinch Visitors at the civic auditorium. Alston
mills made in District No. a local metal dealer' pro- from the parking lot at the rear the
Nassau County schoolr i system.TeacKers was 1'1 scrap i ducers program as platform guest
furnish the
to to i
were high in their\ sp- i I I Amelia Island. This is in, connection yard McKee spotted four Navy : the schools. Last product one half- of the local bank.Lasserre Pass 50,000 MarkIn are Nassau Senator Harry Stratton ,
predation of the mills' .hospital with the interest and sinking training bombs. Immediately re-j I! and Rep. Claude Wingatef
pint cost the schools 5 cents. This PRETTY PATRICIA A N N July AugustThe )
ity and "a fine time wasrjhad by fund on the 1956 bond issue for cognizing the bombs were poten'l year's bid was 7.2 cents by each At PreviewIn I
all". The tasty dinner served up the new Fernandina Beach High I tially dangerous they of the respective dairies seeking ;: (Patsy) BAILEY will be one .6,320 visitors at Fort Haddock Family
fiscated and the U.. S. of the contestants Miami Beach this week fur a
by the high school cafeteria staff School i Navy was Saturday at Clinch State Park last wed
I the II
was worthy of top.flight caterers. 'I The reduction of 2 mills in the !I notified. I The'contract.bids were rejected by the j, Jacksonrille Beach when they i preview of the 1964 line of Ford I brought to a total 57,635 since Reunion SundayThe
i choose the "Queen of the Flor. cars and trucks, was E. E. (Gen)
Bryceville district frees that area Pending disposition by the Navy, | school board on the premise that I the beginning of the fiscal year .
A visit to the City of Sanford 19S71/ ida Crown" in the annual page- I Lasserre president of Lasserre'i Haddock Family Reunion
from the
millage in ( ;
imposed the bombs were stored for safe ] the hike would raise the cost of I on July 1.
thu week by City Manager David :. with the ant of that name. Patsy is representing i Motor Co., Ford-Mercury dealer ] will be held Sunday, Sept. 1, beginning -
construction of the
keeping in the of the Nassau school lunches which '
area Of
they opposed. i ii last week's number, 3,947 i
I for this area. I at 10
Continued On the Fernandina a.nu at Kings Fer
) ( Page Two) j I school there. i I County Jail I y. \
Beach Chamber of Commerce i: The Deauville Hotel was headquarters were day visitors, 2,112vert A basket dinner will be setvid
i and a number of Fernandinianare I for the showing with campers. Boy Scouts encamped at one o'clock and all friends and I
expected to attend the page ,i the new Ford line on display at'I totalled 161 and there were Jl>0 relatives are cordially invited to !

I local Men Pioneer Shrimp Industry In Barbados : ant and other festivity. the Miami Beach_Auditorium. _guests at Jetty Lodge.. attend. __- ; i

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: Green Is SentencedIn
new business a new avenu by Hall and O'Callaghan, the Bari ,r w ;
and a new dish" vas the i bados government has built a'I' Contributing To Tr:4

L1 of the July 18 issue o! I huge addition to the Barbados :: Minors' Delinquency I Ii
Advocate a newspaper pub :: Marketing Corporation formerly I II'
in the city of Bridgetown, I'' only an abattoir and cold storage I;i County Judge J. E. (Gent))1 I'

I ;tI:: '. in the West Indies. plant. I I Weatherford has sentenced Carroll .''
j ? headline heralded the pio The new addition will grade _
Green 30year.old Negro toa
of the shrimp industry on I and process shrimp for local use I I
\\trii' distant island by two Fer ; and export and is expected to be fine of f 1000 or one year. m _
j Beach businessmen Y. E. a big boost to the Barbados ec= prison. I I I
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and Jack O'Callaghan. : omy. Green was found guilty of contributing _

is a native son who has 1 The advent of the new industry j,I'I to the delinquency of w A _4I

considerable success iu has been welcomed with open!. three minors, ages 12, 14 and 16.I I'
business world and O'Callag! arms by Barbadians, many off!:
> He is now serving his term aiI
is a transplanted New York whom had never tasted the sue-i i:
who has been associated culent crustaceans since they are !I the county prison farm.

Hall business-wise for some not found in nearby waters. I _
., Hall and O'Callaghan's boats : George T. DavisisRecommissioned
ti ". :' : and O'Callaghan have pur will be based in Barbados but the I II "
: .I..a."A 8 of the new, sleek shrimp shrimping will mostly be done I| As : ,: ; :
'i" as shown in an accorapan/- 450 miles away off the coast cf'' Harbor Master Here _
picture. The l last three La : South America in the British I j ,
I COACH WAYNE BENNER'S speedy Pirate backs are just a blur as they snap into
VI, VII and Mil, left Guinea area and near the momh Notice was received from the .
the field.
action during a practice session at High'school athletic Headed for a handoff
Aug 17 and by now of the Amazon River, where I office of Tom Adams, -Florida '
Ned left and simulated smash into the line is
Quarterback a
Tyson, FullbackWayne
.ZJIALL AND JACK nrobablv enraged in shrimp ; shrimp abound in quantity aud ( Secretary of State, this wee!.
I Arnold. Moving to fake taking the handoff is Ray Rowe, left halfback.
)". (Crevette is the Frencn that George T. Davis has been across
the foredeck of La Crevette VIII, for shrimp.) size.S.. M. Snodgrass, who has operated re-commUsioned as Harbor Master k ,In the background is Beryl) Rice, fullback and Coach Benner. Leg at left belongs Jo

ihrimp boats being pressed into connection with the forma boats out of Texas for of the Pert c! femand4aUea I Carl Anderson, center, who was moving with the play after passing the ball back to

;. at Barbados West Indies. of the. Barbados. .. SeacodCv.._\.r _"'._,. (Conted! ca pse tbci) .. ; h. _':,..'..L.'. ,. '-"- j Tyson, The' Pirates' open& the season September 20 with Camden County, Ga., there "

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'Paje Two News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida.... Thursday August 29,19G3HfERNANDINA I' ** -* ; rer there: is water 5. tap :* tht his editing of tee Sotooreese, o* I
.. JusiRumWin1' I tion has merit and bears looking tary Club, but here Is oil'Ufalight
: I BEACH NEWS-LEADER I I (Continued from Page One) i I into. Youngsters are notorious vein that struck my fancy:

511 ASH STREET PHONES K88 3'81 I TheNation b I| Gatchel, Director of PubHe Works !I for getting as near the'edge oIl 1 TRMPUS FUGITIVE; J|

i A John K. Perry Newspaper I I Jim Beard, Commissioners Ben:; piers docks, wharfs, or what' The saddest thing about September -
Counter have you, and one mishap TU'! rl%> '
1 +1.I Kay Caldwell, Editor and ManagerNATIONAL Sorensen and L. L Bohannon has promote such safety equipment Is that-you- simply can't mm-CAI A
an interesting possibilityfor
BY, PAUL WARWICK ahead of time?
I future landfill disposal of Why not do it berWhere
j\ EDITORIAL all those precious moments .
I city garbage. Sanford has received I
I I All right, class, sit up and take 1. widespread publicity for their The Florida Highway Patrcl flew to
:: : : T)4) d ,+U : : notice. efficient operation and such an predicts that 16 Floridians may That you looked forward to.to

% i What is, or was, an Alphonsine? ,[ innovation here might well soite- be-killed in traffic mishaps dur- June to. "
ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION : Sounds kind of sissy, doesn't a number of problems as well a3 ing the long Labor Day weekend. *

-" Published every Thursday and entered at the Post Office I it? Maybe the heroine'in a French a II I afford a more economical avenue School starts Tuesday and many: You can't win They say if a
." Fernandina Beach. Florida, as second class mail matter. : movie acted by Leslie Caron and I I for the local operation. See next will be out for one last 'fling be. man's after money he's raoner-
I -_.._ Subs riUOD Rates: i one of the Ferrer brothers? Nope, week's issue for a complete report fore settling down, to the usual mad; if he keeps it, he's a capital!-
J |4 t year $2. 5 6 months $1.25 3 Months it is a little more' bfood-curling on the Sanford operation and routine. Why not spend this hoi I ist; if he spends it, he's a pfay-
,.. .. s4.50 a year out of county than that. I: the possibilities here along with day right 'here at home where i boy; if he doesn't get it, he's a
J An Alphonsine is, or was, a surgical i pictures' of the operation as ob.I there's plenty to see and do amA : ne'er-do-well; if he doesn't try to
J instrument for extractirg served by those making the trip. skip the highway danger. Then, get it he lacks ambition""If'"r.fe
Protect Our ChildrenIt bullets from gunshot wounds. (No I too, when school gets underwa). gets it without working for h.
... well-ordered household should be : .. It has been suggested that exercise: similar caat'-en around! r he's a parasite; and if he accumulates
will be "Back to School" for the majority of the without one.) there should be life preservers or ; schools and other areas when it after a lifetime of hard
children of Florida the first week in September. I I GATHERING OF EAGLES" will be one of the tech- other safety equipment mad children are active.'I'I work, people call him a fool who

Whether it's "Back to School" schooffor That bit of trifling attractions playing 'Sunda and Monday at the available at the Marine Welcome i t never got anything out of I life'
the first time or starting I among others, was I Theatre and Saturday?'al l the Drie-N. Rock Hudson Station and City Marina. Since a.I George Fox is ah ays coming I ""
parents should assume the responsibility of I "': definite danger does exist where- up with some gem of whdom it.1 I Patronize Our Advertisers
I teaching and stressing Safety before the child starts to!Ian'old encyclopedia actually almost dated I with_ _Rod Taylor,.;:, ___ I InT -- -------- n- ------- I
school. It's too late after an accident. : : i I '. .

Children should be taught to obey traffic laws""; be' ;, which cures Is owned among by the Harry i TO r: 'I." ': ". Cub Pack 350 To r

d shown and instructed to take the nearest and safest route j' of Fernandina Beach. ,Hold Organizational .:
to and from school; and to cross at intersections where I'} THE EDITOR : :: j 1 PROUDLY WE SALUTE LABOR!.

there is a traffic light, when possible. If the child rides a ( The same volume ; Meeting Tonight .
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bit > August 2S; :19G J' :-1.-.t. ; ; \ f
"s i anywhere this I Cub Scout Pack No. 350 is have :
"Safe Riding Habits". near n :; i I ing its organizational meeting or,1 Vital to America's is the skill!(
..... age (which perish Beach News Leader, I progress
For the first 7 months of this year, 132 children 16''( probably think that an : were toll repeatedly that/ :: Thursday, August 29, at 7:30 p.m. !I N '

)! years of age and under have been killed by motor vehicles is a relatively modern i partial revamation would gve' in Whitney Hall. I ,;. \ \\ \ \ 'i. of the American worker. Basic to .
throughout Florida. Many more were injured. This num- contrived about the schools about $100,000 mqre This is an important meetingfor 'I

ber ,include children struck by cars or trucks, as passengers -f this century when every from the county. The jn! parents whose boys are now ; America's strength and security is
in automobiles and buses, and bicycle and motor scooter his first glimpse of in county money for schools'' members and any other interested .... t
deaths. The largest number were struck by motor vehiclesin manhood when his year appears to be about parent who wish to start their i is proud Q vhis steadfast loyalty to the \
boys i in cub scouting. For further Banking ,
mother permitted him to .
front Even if we allow for tne :
or near their homes.
I information call Otto Phanstiel, ..
first Daisy air rifle. "
'*''' I estimate being an ap- f finest ideals of freedom and
.:. ,Drivers are urged to use caution when driving near ;| But the air gun is the difference u 261-4767. to be part 'oftheteamwork ; v\ .
schools, especially when school opens in the mornings and than that. This ; What happened? > 1 for all
I at dismissal time. PROTECT OUR FUTURE CITIZENS. Harry's gives complete William A. Childs : opportunity "
Health Director that moves .
I of air guns. And from I ;6 ,
tures and the description *

.j j """: Little Man What Now? I guns of 1774 didn't August 27, 1963 Urges InfluenzaImmunization America forward.It A
... : they shot big lead balls I Sir: ,

.'' .'..School dropouts have become of such serious concern !I every intended sort for, including killing the have been hearing some very helps to finance the f ;

\ that much is being written and said about it at all levels of i jged variety. Nothing i things being said about our 1
and the way it is being : Don't delay getting your influenza technical research ; J I
ftvernment and in all educational circles. about the air gun of
Having just spent immunization another day. I
Why all the sudden concern? Well, perhaps it isn't sud- I' I two days in Humphries The onset of cooler weather i N :
I .den.and perhaps it is our changing social order which had I data You from can get that a lot old of I Hospital, I would like 'the time of danger as it takes a : and equipment that II'
,l caused attention to become fixed on the problem. without getting 1! that the things that I have 'month for the immunization to :

::,Just today I heard a speaker say that 80% of the col.iega A's in the ever volume. j I are ridiculous, absurd, and : become effective, because of thi? i makes American
graduates were employed in jobs which didn't even I Some two pages of : the least bit of founda- it is too late to be inocculaicd I '

.exist. when they started to school can you imagine that I for example, give you i i I would like to say that my : after exposure. There is no guar industry andAmerican I S : $
was cleaned every day, and : antee that a shot will keep you _
information about A
80 ; of the positions are so new that there was no such
) i After reading it, if i, cleaned, my linens were from getting flu, but it is the oh'yrway :
jbljt, 4G years ago? even morning, by that I labor the ,
I' not a butcher feel : every medical science knows of ,
'The advent of automation has created clean fresh sheets and : !
not only new capable of going out pll- helping protect you. Iat I
jobs but it has also outdated many honored means of live- off somebody's leg. It ; cases, towels and wash 1 There is no specific treatment I world's most ,' .' 41 c!
lihood. great detail, including : for flu. You just have to suffer it
I for the food, I can praise it 'and don't
hope you develop pneu
"j.. In Some Vocations The Need Is Gone to feel comfortable I productive! '
while i highly, I was on a low cho- monia. The best treatment is bed #
.u, Sometime ago I heard the story of the honored village !' amputation.you are diet which is a very hard :. rest, good food, plenty of liquidsand f
blacksmith. This man was known as a cheerful sort of i The instructions start to keep from having a lot of aspirin or nose drops to rslieye .1
fellow who always managed to see the bright side of life. ,! this: of foods. I don't knew discomfort. Antibiotics help
i they did it, but I can't re- only if complications set in. I
On one occasion he was talking about his work and the "Lay your patient on '
fact that there was little for him to do even so, he made ( three feet four inches I having the same type cf Discharges from the mouth and
-:a meager living puttering around his shop. "T in't like it ':'is much better than a I II I served me at any time in nose of infected persons are the 4 A ,
stay. I was very well sources of infection, states Dr. B. + tu
!used to be, you know. Very few horses to shoe just one I both for securing him and did not want, for a F. Woolsey, Director of Nassau !
once in a while from the riding club axles can make ,{ giving yourself the I ,
; no you without the whole time.. The nurses County Health Department. : ; .
.or fix in this shop. Automobile axles don't fix like i 1 operating their ',"
wagons orderly went out The best precautions against : "
i Yes sir, you've got to ;
;and buggies used to''t He went on with a rather gloomy for and ; to be nice to me. ( I exposure are: Avoid persons who S i' .
: ease
:story of his gradual loss of trade. For him this seemed out, you're YQ\R'own choping off 1 I i \eing the cctiditioni in the i spit anywhere except in a disposable >! <' .( '''. .J -, BANKING ?
:: .j SERVICES ... .. .
'tL ,
and avoid .
|of character. I mention was'made 'g.11'g.11No a few years? /back tissue or .IIIN QI'o. : r .; \
them with what and Don't (, !
they coughers sneezers. use ,
| Suddenly his face brightened. "You know, tho, I chose i thesia even under the special"A I don't think we can towels, drinking glasses, eating: I Business Loans 9 Personal Loans Savings Accounts
:the right way to make a living after all." His whole atti- '
tude seemed to change. "When I was growing up," he corn!I The entry 'under AGE I' Board the enough present administration; ,,, utensils persons.or toilet tides of infected Checking Accounts o Home Leans Safe Deposit Boxes t :,

.:tinued, "my Ma wanted me to be a dentist and my Pa wanted \ealing."Age, in law," it said i i I Very truly yours Last year there were 12,358 reported i .
me to be a blacksmith. I decided to be a blacksmith fies certain period of Robert F. Carson cases in Florida, and probably :
a i
:land, you know, it's a good thing. In spite of changes, nigh ;: persons of both sexes are ;( (, more that weren't reported FLORIDA National Bank

:on to 50 years I've made a living Not always so good, hut ,]}[I to do certain acts, which 1 ,I There were 88 deaths last year In "
'' Bowl Ducats 1951 there were 50 deaths among at FernenelinCllBeach ... :
always a living. And you know, in that whole time not a''of years and discretion i I Ii .... .
:single person has come to me for any dentist work. WhyI : incapable of before. Thus :i 4,176 cases. So far this year there I! fir.I .. ,

would have starved to death if I had been a dentist!I" I(i of twelve years of age Go On Sale have some been 11,000 over to 7,000 the cases similar against time'j B I r j
take the oath of
: Not Prepared i last r
i king in a leet (meaning ); year. MEYIEI VISUAL otresif msiMANcr coiroiAtiOM
Of course the blacksmith had not prepareda himself i) at fourteen, which is' his In Jax ; Get your influenza immunization I

|for the work of a dentist. discretion, he may marry I :: ; plenty of rest and good food --. __ ----- --
I to build resistance. Ths: ---1
up your
: :
his guardian and claim ,
Unfortunately, most of our "drop-outs" are not prepared '
to the 1963 Gator Bow ;'is especially important among "
: either. We're told there held in socage (under ,
are entirely many people game go one sale Tues older persons Appproximately ,
looking for fewer and fewer jobs classified for the untrained isdiction, roughly) j downtown Jacksonville all ; three-quarters of all influenza -..

common labor type. Yet jobs for those with training i t "Twenty-one is called | deaths occur among persons under

;go lacking due to the shortage of trained people. This is j i a able man of or acting woman for being 1} available tickets for < five years of age and over sixty-i LIKE WINKING AT :GIRL
: annual game sell for $6 five. Immunization is especially ,
true in some of the white collar clerical positions just as : managing their affairs, I thJ
: on a first-come, important for persons in these
;it is in the space age technical group. : contracts, disposing of i
basis. This year's game rage groups and persons who haw ....
; and the like. :
doubt tates
Then why do we have drop-outs? There are, no : on, Saturday, Dec i chronic: disabling diseases. I >
'several reasons. One is the lack of encouragement (we seeo In other words, a boy I i P.M.. '. |J" While ,it important for every ,
) often in court) from home. The mother and father didn't I marry seven of acting years for before tickets will be on sale a j : person to be immunized, persons IN THE DARK
go "past the third" so why should Junior? The lure of1! capable managing his affairs. Bowl's downtown lict '!dealing with the public and who ; :
labor' own in Hemming Park 111 associate with the pub- .
:S40.00 or $50.00 per week for some of the common I} It kind of figures. Times generally r
jobs at the peak of the season or for a few months during'! changed so much, after Mail orders should |" lie have a special need for im-I
construction to P. 0. Box 1800, Jack ''munizaticn. There are a varlet: !
a boom. The lack of on the job training to I '
I I 1. of viruses but the influenza vaccine
prove to the restless teenager that it takes knowledge as I i 11 I'
are tickets available at you get from your family DOING BUSINESS WITHOUT ADVERTISING IS
Charles D.
:well as willingness to accomplish a real goal. time in both the East ai.d : physician Is the best protection: I II

I Almost without exception, coming events of social mia-In[ Basic Training stands. I I for the more common viruse J JI
-beha\'iour cast their shadows before them. The child who are urged to get their or- I i Viruses seem to be undergoing I
Just can't get along in school is the one who just can't get : At Great Lakes I !in early, since one-third of changes year Ty year and one LIKE WINKING AT A GIRL IN THE DARK \
I must be held in re- strain may be completely replaced .
)tong in society. The child who is not dependable at 10 or Great Lakes, III. ( )
j for the competing teams. : by another in ten or fifteen :
J2 in duties of 10 12 olds is the
or year same one j i I Charles D. Hagan, 19, son of the last 11 Gator Bowl ; years. Therefore everyone shouldbe
who is not dependable later on, etc. i, and Mrs. Oscar Hagan I have included Southeastern immunized each year.

\ Formal education is more necessary now than it has 2, St Patricks Cove, : teams, and eight cf ,

Sever been. Drop-outs will cost you money so will an expanded : Beach Fla., is | eleven have seen 24 or more You Know Wfraf You're Doing.-
{ weeks at
school program including vocational training 1 Training Center, Great scored. An average of -9! I Donaldson WarnsJ
every le\el Even this may not be the total answer but it's I The intensive training have been scored in the !J 'is

h start towards a satisfactory vocation and useful citizen- naval orientation, i i the games.last seven Gator Bowl I II Public On "Tips"For r ,

ship. I' and history, basic military starting with Georgia a ; I
: Money a.ed"on education may represent a much tions, ordnance and j 21.14 victory over ptts-; S. S. BenefitsThe BUT

greater loss 10 years from now to the. individual, and to I manship, shipboard in '56, the only games de
society in general. age control, sentry duty by more than 7 points were i I publisher of a book whitn
i tary drill, physical fitness I games (Penn State SO, is being widely advertised 34
: A Car Now Or A Position Later? I
ming, first aid and Tech 15)) and the '62 con. containing exclusive informationand
: Little man what now you'd better give up the idea I During the training I (Florida 17, Penn State '*) : "tips" on "How to get twiceas No One Else Does!
of a red convertible or an automobile of any kind right now emits receive tests and I! those games were still iD. much social security," states
:and go back to school. Some maybe just can't learn, but which determine their until fourth-quarter touch: that his book has been cleared fur
you probably can, most drop-outs could. And the return signments in the Navy. I'I put the verdict beyond re accuracy "with the highest legal '. J ADon't
you will gain later will be much greater than your interests completing the program :: i! authority on the subject of Sot al' .

jhe next few years. There really is more to going to school assigned technical to service j Security benefit claims." wink in the dark. Invite
instruction right
or customers,
than just getting grades. This book R. B. Donaldson, social : .
i ii or shore stations for on I' At Home
':' security district manager,
i It may well be that because of grades we have tended' training in a Navy rating :
said today, has not been cleared i .
to discourage many young people. :Many parents find it difficult -- by the Social Security Admitk-: in to your place of business. Tile best way to do

to accept the fact that their child is a "C" (average) j'I there was a reason, they wanted to be pilots, navigators, .I tration. j
tudent. Yet from the masses the average is reached. | etc.. all of which took math as an active ingredient. He said that the book, which u ;

Sometimes the limitations of school curriculum are not I As adults,-wemay* know many reasons why high"school i offered for sale at prices ranging if is with regular advertising in tilt'I

able io offer the variety of subjects which might stimulate JI students should stay in school, but until we are able to have ;( from which$1.99 if to followed$3.00, contains might place advice -,i I

a' wide variety of interests. them accept these reasons, the pull of immediate cash may ;, a person in a worse rather than : I

: Why? be greater than the ultimate value of an education, so far better financial position.He ,' I .

: it may well be teat! our biggest fault is in failing to as the student is concerned.The i said also that taking some ]ftrnan inaeachNel sJJlCa :

given even young children a philosophy of education. Why blacksmith will not get dental patients the untrained of the "tips" the book offers r

do we really learn the multiplication tables 2 x 2 is four. ;youth cannot fill the job which requires training might lead to extensive delay .f in i
what? and education which needs him and is going wanting. the payment of social secure) '
So .
;1 benefits, because all of the fact PHONES 261-3686 1 261-3687 :'
During the war we learned that men could learn higher from "These Are Our Children"*r would have to be investigated before .
mar hematics, calculus, ete, much more rapidly than they published by Florida Juvenile Court Foundation: social security benefits could! ._ 1 ;'
iiSlTpreviously been taught. They learned faster because '''0-_.F i be paid! \
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Nassau School Buses Pass Inspection With Flying Colors City Manager Cites I News-Leader Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday August 29, 1963 Page Three I

I Kiwanians Aspects Land-Fill ProgramAt Lions Hear Talk Young's WinnerOf Game Commission I s I

!A Of Weather Change Rotary Meeting ,IOn Light Bulb Sale 1 1963 Nassau Arranging Activity 1

BY TOMMY HALL iE ._ & i, BY sanitary PAUL land-fill WARWICKA program,: Entertain "Guests'Y. f Softball TitleBryant For Gun Hunters S I

George Winterling, meterolog- c developed over a period of years, i
1st for Station WJAX-TV, Jacksonville JJ not only could reclaim much FerI T. Abernathy of the Arlington Tucker singled withtwo TALLAHASSEE Hunters i i'I ito
; was the principal speak. i. I nandina Beach property which is ; Lions Club, in Jacksonville, I out in the final inning, who wish to take part in the gun I
I er at the Monday night meeting 4 now non-usable, but could also was guest speaker Tuesday nightat I give Young's Softball team a 2.1'I hunts beginning December 14 on I i
of the Fernandina Beach Kiwanls: : ease many phases of the com- the regular weekly session of victory over Callahan for the the Citrus Wildlife Management s!
t Club. jmunity3, touchy refuse disposal i the local Lions Club. I Nassau County Softball Champ Area, must submit applications _I
: Winterling. who holds a B. S. problem} City Manager David': Abernathy said that the sloganof : ionship. to the Game and Fresh Water f
t i s
t Degree from FSU was for five W .cwt Gatfhel said at a meeting of the the current sale of light bibs! !j Bill Cox got things started fur Fish Commission at Tallahasseeby
I years with the United States Rotary Club yesterday. I as a part of the usual L'ons sight '( Young's in the final frame when October 28.
I Weather Bureau, and for the past *:Admitting that garbage collec-f conservation program, is "Save I+ he was hit by a pitched ball w tIt | Gun hunting in the area will
year has been Meterologist for I Ij tiqri:and disposal had currently Sight Buy Light i two out. He stole second base and [ be limited to four controlled
j WJAX. lie was introduced by II ; r.uwIIWIYYf o n become the city's No. 1 problem, He told of a visit to a blind scored the tying run of the game
Thomas G. Hall program Chair-1 Gatchel said the new' and controversial -. school in Alabama, supported by I when Callahan catcher, Shaeffer ( hunts consisting of two days: rr
I NASSAU COUNTY SCHOOL BUSES meet requirements 100 percent at annual inspec- refuse collection fee had' Lions Clubs, where he saw blind I threw wildly trying to nab Cox | hunt, with not more than one

man.The meterologist gave a resumeof tion last week by Florida State Highway Patrol officers. Shown with Corp. V. C. been instituted only after the City: people making brooms, mops surgeons -i I off second base. Wayne Dotson thousand hunters participating in

some of the unusual weather Amason, Sgt. J. R. Britsch, and Trooper R.'V. Daugherty and B. J. Adams, are, Leon- Commission had explored every caps, clothing and other I walked to put the go-ahead run I each hunt. Dates for the"four
phenomenon occurring during the ard V. Bradshaw, chief mechanic for the fleet of buses, and Joel Nalley, transportation other. practical course toward useful items entirely on their OWL. I for Young's on base. He moved to hunts are December 14-15 December I
I past several years, stating that supervisor raising "needed funds for needed The guest speaker told of the second on an error and went to 21-22, December 28. 9, ad .

I .we have been moving into a coo improvements." intensive campaign that will be third on a passed ball before Tucker January 4-5. .
i Inff cycle since 1940. He recalled "Nassau County's school buses The speaker introduced }by carried on through the press, TV stepped in to smash a singleto No hunter participate'
1 :that during the late 1800's unusually Local Men Pioneer Florida GeorgiaContinued are in the most perfect conditionfor Charlie Peacock, told Rotariansthat and lend radio and urged effort the to make local clubto the score Dotson with the winning more than one may of the four two-
124 other Florida every
cold seasons wiped out many their age of any buses I haw municipalities ; day hunts. Application forms may
I citrus trees which had been accustomed ever ," collected a similar fee the campaign a success. run.Callahan scored in the second '
inspected Sgt. J. R. Britsch contain names of from one to five
Continued From One Entertained 1
( Page ) ( from Page One) as "guests" at the
of them
majority the
to growing in quantityas with the Florida State same inning to take 1.0 lead in the
: Highway I a persons, and will be consecutively
is the road officials and Mr. and Mrs. Ii. A. 'I
many years, company representative engineers of or higher than that levied here. meeting were I II t
far North Jacksonville prioi 1 Patrol when
as I Jacksonville, said Friday game McKendree doubled: I numbered as received in .Tal
Barbados. O'CJ- the McCain and Janice
II in two states. daughter, Ky
; Unlike hike in the ad valorem '
;to the cold trend of that era. I following the a : and later scored The I Ii
I inspection of busesat on an error. lahassee. No name will be honored I
returned of News Va. Lions
laghan only recently after I Powers head of the Florida tax or a revamping of assessed Newport As a
He stated that in the present the shops in Yulee I i i run looked as though it would be I II j ji I on more than one application,.Ap ,
a stay in Earbados to assist delegation and was accompaniedby r valuation of property, he said, promotion they were "apprehend.
)cycle, the temperatures in winter Corp. V. C. Amason, assistedby i enough for a Callahan win untilYoung's I II )I plication must also: indicate date I Ii
I with the initiating of the opera. I Jay Brown, top state engineer; the refuse collection fee reachesthe ed" by local officers Robert Molt |
are dropping an average of a few ': tion.I Jim Brewer, district engineer Sgt. Britsch and Troopers R. ultimate consumer and, there; and Bobby Moore after being ,I+i rally in the final inn.ing.1 I i of hunt beng: applied for and i iI

:degrees each year and that we I I i Barbados papers have been fill. I from the Lake City office, and W. Daugherty and B. J. Adams, fore, should be looked upon as selected by Lions Jimmy Harrell 1! Bob Stover and Ray Geiger j serial number of the Public Hunting I'
.could possibly experience more I ed with news of the new industry his assistant, Jim Ward. FIIP, conducted the annual in fair. and equitable.. and Bobby Adams. I j I locked up in another pitcher's Area Permit for each member --
unusual cold again this winter if spection. The report stated that The McCains received free duel as Geiger did not allow hit of the party. Total limit 'f -reach
ac-j J
and with the addition to the government's Pope headed the Georgia delegation It is a "permissive" fee, he a
He said
the westerlies continue. I II all buses were in good order and comodations from Lion Johnny i until Tucker's in the final inning two-day hunt shall be 100
operation of the Barbados and with his were John said, because citizens still have I j
"s (that problematically the H-bomb Marketing Corporation and Wilkerson Jr., designing engineer satisfactory for continued service.All the alternative of hauling their I i Hutchins at his Motel Seaside on 1 and I Stover allowed only 2 hits legal buck deer. In such case as
'and nuclear explosions had not,I Hall and O'Callaghan have figured ; II. II. Huckeba, planning engineer buses met requirements ICO own refuse to the city dump. '{I I Monday and Tuesday nights and I)I with McKendree getting both. the hunters take 100 legal .butjj;
t caused any appreciable change in prominently in much of tnt ; Ed Logan, Southeast Division percent after inspection of lights, The present situation at the !I were guests of Seaside Inn atj i iI j I Stover walked one and struck out deer on the first day of any hunt,
the weather. Ionized layers in the publicity. engineer, and Rob Lefford, brakes, directional signals, emergency city dump, he continued, is in I meals during their stay. four while Geiger: struck out tour the second day of the hunt"..will. .
f 'atmosphere could conceivably account -I Both Hall and O'Callaghan report head of public relations for the doors, windshield wipers, need of serious attention, becauseof I The visitors, who were on a I I and walked two. be closed
I :' for changes by affecting the : that they have received unusually Georgia Road Board. horn, running gear, tires, etc. its intolerable production of quick tour of Florida before the I I BOX SCOnE Individuals or parties of ifot ;
solar as they come to
rays Leonard V. Bradshaw odor smoke and flies. All of start of school expressed delight Youngs ab h more than five hunters wishing to
And fine cooperation from UicUarbadians H. W. Fishier, attorney of the is chief r
the earth, he said. in speaking i
of radioactive fallout, he and that they are wen Ocean Highway and Port Author mechanic for the fleet of buses. these objections would be over ot their "treatment" although : Smith, It 2 0 0 participate in any of the four gun
He is assisted Gatchel said b wise they said they were very apprehensive -I C. Jones 3b 3 0 t' hunts should apply immediatelyto ) ,.
'stated that the further south satisfied with the choice of the ity of Fernandina Beach, issueda by Lee McClellan, come, ] a approach -
you I Carl Lopue and Alonzo to the land-fill when first stopped by the J. Roland, 3 0 0 the office of the Game and I
*are, the safer you are from fallout city as a base of operations.The welcome to the visitors and Tarrant. program ss i
boats gave a brief history of the Joel Nalley is transportation sup which he added, is now a possibility officers. Cox, ef 2 1 0 Fresh Water Fish Commission at
; eight in the shrimp proposed !
; bridge and the efforts that ervisor for the Board of Public which the City Commission :LJ Pete and Ted Pappas were Dotson, Ib 2 1 0 Tallahassee, or the resiona.n} (
fleet built
; Tom Digby inducted' Oris Hig- were by RngheaverCorporation guests of their grandfather Lion ices located at Panama City, i
Instruction. All considering. Tucker, e 3 0 1
at St Augustine at have been made to secure the toll were on hand for '
iginbotham as a new member and Pete Pappas. Lake City Ocala, Lakeland, and
I I facility. the inspection.Bus Under the plan the refuse Perry, rf 2 0 0
down what will be an approximate cost per boat of
gave a run on West Palm Beach. Official application -
from Fernandina Beach homes Horn 2b 2 0 (0)
of him aKiwanian $55,000. Fishier also cited many of the drivers for Nassau Countyare
;expected as, forms and information
'; would be immediately transported would also effect economy of operation Stover, p 2 0 0
and the benefits he reasonably The trim craft of reasons such a bridge was necessary -.
can are capable sheets will then be mailed to each
to land areas being reclaimed by use of two weekly removal :- 22 2 1
; expect to derive from his membership 10 knots per hour and carryall to this area. Fernandina Schools Hugh D. and there dumped pressed trucks in each residentialarea Callahan .b r Ja applicant for completion and return -
the latest electronic Thos. J. Shave, Jr., attorneyfor Arnold, Miss Thelma A. Dough
equipment to Tallahassee by October 2*
down and covered with soil to instead of four formerly Russell 3b 3 0 0
including radio transmitters direction the Board of Commissioners erty, Mrs. Gladys J. Gragg, : '
EverJ Elvine presented as his Roy make literally, new land out of employed to separate burnable Higginbotbam 2 0 0 for the drawing on November 4':
finders the like. of Nassau County, acted as moderator W. Howard, B. E. Jones Wilbur
'Bill 'lot Container and I non-usable land. He cited instances 2b 3 0 0 hunters
I uestw- Berglund and Powers anJ trash and kitchen garbage. Rowe, Participating gun way
presented Rowland
James, II. White
''Corp }ation.J Each 71-foot boat will hold 40- Pope to those in attendance. I and Mrs. Hilda M. Valero. Jr., in other Florida communities, Hugh F. Stone, Jr., presided at L. lliggttham, U 3 0 0 take all legal game except turkey
I J Pr dent Bryan Rauschert called 000 pounds of shrimp and can I Pope in turn presented his notably Sanford, where such a the luncheon. Among the guests Simmons, rt 3 0 (6 with bag limits conformingto : ;
upon Kiwanian Nelson Moycr carry 30 tons of ice. The fuel I and Powers the Florida' Callahan School Mrs. Betty i procedure had brought new increase were W. D. (Pete) Dickinson Joe McKendree, cf 3 1 2 statewide regulations. There I
II 'for th? invocation, and who also tanks hold 7,000 gals of' diesel I group I'I'I M. Boyd, Mrs. Nellie W. Boyd,i in value to hitherto useless ,Johansen, A. B. (Brack) Newton, Stratton, Ib 2 0 0 will be no special charge for hunt.
'led the club singing. fuel. I I group.Pope began_ the actual_ discussion L. A. Perpall, Ellis L Conner, '' areas. and Norman Minchew all of Shaeffer, c 2 0 0' ing on the area other than.tftj}
--- - Three Fernandina Beach boat I of the possibility of such: a i George L. Atkinson, Thelma Van- This plan, he said, would auto ,Jacksonville Beach Hugh Cul- Geiger, p 2 0 0 regular hunting license and the
,, captains are skippers of boats in bridge, citing many of the advantages i zant, and Oscar T. Vanzant. matically get rid of the odor the verhouse and Don Robinson cf 23)2 regular $5.00 Public Hunting
I "HOW MUCHINSURANCE1' ; the fleet Edward Richards is on he thought the bridge would I Hilliard School Fred L I II smoke and the fly scourge now I'Jacksonville, and George: Sparksof Callahan 010 000 0 1 2 2 Area Permit applicable to most
I jthe+ La Crevette V, Robert Dycss bring in the flow of traffic Bray Jewell A.Crews, Bert Geiger inherent in the city dump. It I East Point, Ga. Young's 000 000 2 2 1 1 management areas. _._+ 't.
: i on La Crevette III and Jesse through this area. I Arnold A. Robinson, J. F., --- -
i Strickland on the La Crevette He noted the nearness of the [I Scussel and Harry Vanzant. ,

,I .DID, HE HAVE? VII.Other new Thiokol plant in Southeast | Yulee High School J. S. :
I hands on the boats are !' Georgia and that it would doubtless ( Campbell, Mrs. Mary M. Walker, i
"Too bad about Brown, ,native, Barbadians and considerable :' draw from the labor resources -;, Mrs Ruth J. Evatt, W. N. Groovier GRAND OPENING HAlf PRICE SALE
we say. Our first ques i comment has been made In | of this area if such a bridge Mrs. Estelle C. Mobley and ,
I tion is "Did he leave the papers of the creation of the were built to reduce the distance. !j( Donald M. Skipper. j

,, ; his family with sufficient i new jobs .for the unemployed! I' (It was noted during the meeting 1 Baldwin Mrs. Ruby B. Ing-
Life insurance?" Barbados1 ii known'the ""gem that the distance had bten check ,; ham.
No doubt you are tak I iof I the Caribbean" for its great I ed as 39 miles from St. Mary's to I, PECK HIGH FernanJma ,I II I Hi Fashion Department Store : !
Fernandina Beach and that the
ing your own proper i natural beauty and healthy clio Beach General Coston, Joseph
precautions and will i 1 mate. Despite the British influence -I bridge would reduce this to less I Richo and Ruby R. White

: want to get all the details i I i the island has a full internal than 7 miles.;) I Bryant Academy-Yulee Bes 112 Atlantic Avenue Former Location of Ednaraes ...
I about the Metropolitan's [ self government I Powers said that he had long sie Mitchell and Roy Terry, Jr..
the merit of such
recognized a Pine Forest School Callahan
According to Hall and O'Cal I I

I Plan.Family. Income I\. laghan beauty, the and island practically has unsurpassed every I bridge blocks but that was one that of the the majority stumbling :1-and Paul Jessie Ford Webb., Major E. Morgan HI-FASHION, HIGH QUALITY AND HIGH PRICED MEN'S, LADIES AND:. ',: '

of the would be in Florid '
bridge -t
MIKE where form of in the recreation world found is enjoyed else. ;* and that the greatest part of ,.t,: :::

I there.If the cost would fall on this state. I I City Commission : CHILDREN'S WEAR FOR 3 0 % LESS .
Y fr1JflFI ALA Both Powers and Pope called ,
newspaper reports from Ueisland's on their engineers for comments I I (Continued from Page One)
I +t Phone 261-532!) two leading publications: on the project While Georgia ei. Eighth St. The original license :
J Fernandina Beach are factual, the new operation: h gineers expressed enthusiasm over ': was for beer only. I THAN ANY STORE OR MAIL ORDER CATALOGUE OR RETURN YOUR
and welcome fixture
1 ._ a permanent the possibilities of the bridge,I I The city manager was authorized ,
and Barbados is better for the .
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. Florida's engineers were more reticent -I to advertise bids on fuel re '
New York N. Y. coming of Hall and O'Callaghan. j PURCHASE FOR FULL CASH REFUND
II. ___ I' quirements of the city for the t I
Brown, Brewer and ward ecnea I' 1963-64 fiscal year. .
: Powers opinion that, as presented, Approval was given a request ; '
I too much of the burden rested by John T. Ferreira that the city I Boys Polyester-Pima Windbreakers -Unlined Shell Ladies Famous Brand White Cotton
_, Announcing The Opening of with Florida. I I' accept deeds to certain streets or Sizes 8 to 18 First Quality Only Hollywood Briefs ."

Later in the meeting Powers I the North Beach in an area slated Colors Red Black, Beige, Slate Olive Sizes 5 to 10 First Quality Only
revealed that he and Governor :: for possible development I ." .
CLARK'S GARAGEAT Bryant had discussed the bridge Commissioner Sorensen was Regular $4.98 Value For $2.98 Regular 69c Value ............... ..._....... .... For 39c

and that they had agreed there I I named to fill the unexpired term I With Flannel Lining .
was more of a likelihood for the I''of former Commission member' Regular $6.98 Value -_ -..- For 4.95 Boys mSize le f
LONE OAK TRAILER PARK bridge is Georgia could assume i and Mayor E. J. Smith on the i White. Only 12-14 .16

I 1 MILE WEST OF DRAW BRIDGE ON AlA more of the cost jJ II Board of Adjustment Other I Boys Heavy Duty Raincoats Heavyweight Jockey Type Only .

Powers advanced the thought I members of the Board are Com Colors Black With ReCdlCI or Olive With Regular 69c Value. ..__._ .._._..._.._.. .._. For 39c .. :
by JOHN D, CLARK that a possible shifting of tile j missioner Bohannon and three Green ar ." .
state line in the affected area members of the City Planningand Sizes 8 to 20 First Quality Only Mens $25.00 Dark Sport Coats
Formerly of Woodward Motor Company might provide a solution to the Advisory Board, Robert Per '
(Where he had a record of no comebacks on any problem.The I reira Dr. Ralph Wolff and Ralph Regular $7.98 Value __. For $3.98 Only $12.98 .

repair job) meeting ended on the note : Hear. Boys Wash and Wear Knee Length Pajamas Mens $30.00 Dark Sport Coats ,. ..
and Commission
that both Governor Bryant approved the
38 YI AnS. AUTOMOTIVE EXPERIENCE Fancy Patterns On White Backgrounds Only $16.95Sizes
r Governor Sanders would be in-I borrowing of $20,000 to supple .......
12 YEARS WITH CHEVROLET GARAGES formed of the results of the ment the city's finances until the Sizes 6 to8,- First Quality Only $43.95 Dark Sport Coats.

All Work 100% Guaranteed I ing and approached on the possibility -'I, beginning of the new fiscal year.It Regular $2.98 Values -..-..-. For $1.29 Only $24.95 .... .;.
of a joint survey, such aii was pointed out that the pur- Full Length Flannel Pajamas Sizes 6 to 18
1 HOURS 7:00 A.M. TO 6:00 P.M. i has now been approved. I chase of a new fire truck, new Dims $ iI.ila n" Light Sport Coats t ,
l T-.I j Others in attendance at the city bus and other purchases not Regular $2.98 Values _.._. ........ For $1 .98 Scotch Woolens, Shetlands and Tweeds
, meeting were Charlie Smith, in the budget promoted the ncccs

---- --- -- -- ( $37.95
:;; I Kingsland and St Mary's banker :, sity for a loan. Mens and Boys White Sport Crew Socks Only

I II and State Representative; Bob I Mayor Johnson renewed discus Red and Black Stripe Tops Non Binding Mens $39.95 Polyester-Wool Sport Coats '.: :.

Harrison St Mary's attorney; sion of a possible local site for a With Cushion Only I $23.95 ... ,.
Dozier & Gay Paints I Kenneth Harrison, editor of the' marker to commemorate the war Stretch Sizes 10 to 14 First Quality Only
Camden County Tribune; Mayor II dead of Nassau County. The city Sizes 35 to 46 Regulars Only First Quality Only.
For 39c ,. ,.
Lee Berry of St. Mary's; Jack has been approached by the American Regular I 69c Value I _.--_.....
j Woodward of the Fernandim I Legion on furnishing a site Mens Mens Famous Brand Winter Slacks
Hemmed White Handkerchiefs
. j Beach Chamber of Commerce road + for such a memorial. The Com-
At Prices To Suit Your Budget j and bridge committee; J. W. Hiers, I missioners expressed approval of 12 For .. ....... __ 85cLadies Regular $7.95 Value Wash and Wear. For $3.98 ."
I : j local businessman and former I such an endeavor and suggested Reg. $9.98 Value Acrilan Wash & Wear For $5.98
? member of the engineering dc- that it be pursued further Top Quality Terry Cloth Robes
'r t I' LATEX or ENAMEL I! partment of the Florida HighwayS Commissioner John Tiliakos: Colors mite, Pink, Blue Reg. $13.95 Value Acrilan-Wool ....-_... ... For $7.98.

Department; and Ray Caldwell, suggested that the city initiatean Sizes 10 to 18 Reg. 23.95 Value All. Wool ... .. .......... _.. For $12.95 ..
FLAT WALL SEMI-GLOSS I'I News-Leader editor. added push for new industry.His ..
I The meeting attracted considerable suggestion included the need Regular $7.95 Value _..______.._._.. .. For $3.98 Sizes 28 to 44 Darks Only Alterations Extra ::

$3.15 Gal. $3.95 Ga). television and press coverage for a of new the and local comprehensive resources. brochure Famous Brands Costume Jewelry Mens Heavy Wool Line Jungle Cloth ..

Following the regular session, Mayor Johnson, named last Necklace and Earring Sets Zipper Jackets

Pope was host at his beach home Friday night at the annual reorganization Regular $2.00 Now Only 98c Per Set Regular $14.95 Value ...__ _.... For $8.95 "
GRANOLITE I here, and later in the evening the' : meeting, served his initial .
ONEKOTE{ 49c For Separate Pieces Pins For 49c Sizes 36 to 46 Olive Color Only .... .
visitors were feted at a dinner at stint as chairman of the
for Block, Masonry, Seaside Inn. I Commission. Hilton Kitchens,
White Enamel Asbestos Shinnies I Local interested parties are :sworn in last Friday night, was Sorry No Irregulars No Slightly Irregulars No Culls ":': ':
I anxiously awaiting the results of :also serving in his new capacityfor ,
$5.50 Gal. $3.95 Gal. II I the proposed survey and a future : the first time.
I,, meeting which will be held hereto Be Sure To Have Sales Girls Write Your Name and Address On Each Cash Sales ...'d,

White Pastels Decorator Colors I In reveal charge the of findings.}local arrangements Ticket, Saving Your Duplicate For Instant Identification and Charge Account

A FULL LINE OF DOZIER & GAY PAINTS ATShiell's 'I' for the meeting, which was a I .BUMIDlTYmGH- Privileges. These Cash Sales Tickets Determine Line of Credit To Be Extended
Chamber of Commerce endeavor, '
were H. W Fishier, Jack Wood w WIND LOW- Each Customer.
Swap Shop. : ward and Thos. J. Shave, Jr. "

I fJ:\ IF YOU MUST BURN, No Interest or Finance Charges For Purchases On Our Convenient

16 North 4th Street Next To Western Union I Trade At Home 1 LEI THIS BE SO! Charge Accounts S"I

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.J. rage Four'sLeader, fernandlna Beach, Florida T"hursday.tulilit! 20, 1963 I

-.... If Surprise-Forty i Fetes Parents.need to.respect tha i
child he Is becoming what fee
Miss Selph Gives First Baptist Has ( Miss Judy Campbell To Become Bride Of Elroy Kight On ''is capable of being Respect hintas I

-. -Girls State Report Special Day For James Robert Dunman On Friday. Evening ,! Birthday Friday I For The HomemakerB what he they is and would not try like to him make to hat tw ':

.To. Legion Auxiliary College Students I Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Foster I Mr Elroy Kight was the honored i I II I 'to fill their own needs, but help "

announce the engagement and approaching I guest at a surprise birthday i him fulfill his potential. i
Miss Sue Selph was a special I The First Baptist Church held marriage of her daughter ." r Annual Meeting of I party Friday night in the private''' I I In preparing a child for school 1

guest at the regular monthly: a special day for those young people Miss Judy Sylvia Campbell dining room of the Surf Restaur.: Mrs. N. one of the most important facto i
: Mary Harrison
meeting of the American Legion I of the church, now attending :. to James Robert Dunman son of': Presbyterian Women '! ant. The occasion was also a going is the attitude of the parents toward I

Auxiliary, Post 54, on August 27 and soon entering college. lr. and Mrs. Robert L Dunma.i.,,1 Set September 5 away party for his ion, Jerry l tw4kll Home Demonstration education and the school I
'at"the Legion Home. "On to College Day" was emphasized { Miss Campbell is a graduate cf' ,i who left for Chipola Jr, College i (If the parent and school do not i

Miss Selph sponsored by the through the day ending Fernandina Beach High School I I The annual meeting of the WoI Saturday morning. ski.. ..ri x I agree it's far better to work oi.t I
the Girls with fellowship that I men of the First i i The table overlaid with t the difference without the chiidj
auxiliary was State a presented and is employed at Terminal Bag I Presbyterian was a I _1A.. f
f representative from Fernandina an opportunity for all college students Company.Mr. I( Church will be held Thursday! white linen cloth, centered with a I I 7 knowledge.) When a youth knows
Beach for the 1963 program :In : to participate. Appropriategames Dunman is employed at j morning September 5th, at 10 ; bouquet of yellow roses, flanked I In the the old days "sebooldays" doing It, about learning. Your that his parents see the value of I If

Tallahassee. Miss Selph gave an I were played and refresh- Harrell Rambler] Sales and Serv I a.m in the Fellowship HalL The with lighted candles. brought to our minds learning -I child will catch this enthusiasm. education, it helps him to know i
excellent report of her daily activities ments were served. I executive officers committee and 'i Those enjoying the occasion I'i the three R's. Today It means LOVE OF LIBERTY, ChiJdrt'l.I and understand its value also. E'i- \

at Girls State where she Those serving were, Mrs Robert ice.The wedding will be solemnized circle chairmen will have their with Mr, Kight and Jerry, were, II this and much more Pr. James I need to know freedom and come couragement to do one's best i Is .

was elected to the House of Re- Mrs. McKee Friday August 30, at Yulee Baptist i regular board meeting at 9 a.m., : Mrs Kight, Linda Walker and I L. Hymes, Jr. University of I to treasure it. Freedom grows as more conducive to good scholastic j
presentatives.She Leroy Church at seven-thirty o'clock.: I with the old and new members in : son, }fro and Mrs. Frank Burbankof I Maryland, suggests that children I the child grows. At two, he ha. performance than the attitude of j

voiced the hope that mere I and Mrs. Gene Coker No invitations are being sent ;, attendance. I'I' j Tampa Mr Lennard Smith of learn the four L's also. i;1 freedom to explore and touch. A': demanding or punishing.

girls could attend Girls State but all friends and relatives of 'I'' Officers faithfully serving ta.81 I II Homage Ga., Mr. and Mrs. W. J. I' Perhaps you have already started eight, he can choose what to play : Through the years the chuJ

and aee first-hand how our state I, Baptist Youth To the couple are invited to the wed I past year were: Mrs. Evert El-( ,! Kight Fernandina Beach, and the: teaching your child the four I and some friends. Only by having should have learned a healthy at- I
government is run. ding and reception to follow in : vin, president; Mrs. A. L Schran 'i honoree's mother, Mrs. Lonnie L's Love of Learning Love of I freedom according to his age can titude toward authority. If he ha
At Luau
1 .During the business session Entertain the Educational Building. tz, Jr., first vice president; Mri.: 'I' Kight. Liberty, Love of Law and Love of : he really know what freedom i had limits, has some understand-

members voted to send $5 to thePresident's Friday EveningThe Phillip Jackson second vice president .l I Life. If you haven't started, it fc This will prepare him to choose i ing of why the limits, and has .
not too late to begin. freedom throughout life.LOVE \ j
Mrs. Walter had some help in staying within
Fund and subscribed Hostesses Fete ; Preston Jr., I
J tQ the Legislative Bulletin. Plaits Young People and Inter- secretary; Mrs. W. A. I PersonalsHarvey LOVE OF LEARNING should OF LAW. Today's children ]- i these limits school routine wll 1 J'

for a fund raising project were mediates of the First Baptist Mrs Labigong At treasurer; Mrs. John W. DaVlS'j come first. Help your child tq be are tomorrow's citizens. They l be easier. Cooperation learned l at f'
r discussed. Sr. historian; Mrs. Henry J. i must learn early] the value of home will carry over into cooperation -
J' Church are having an Hawaiian by a new
Cherub Shower
During a social hour refreshments son, Jr., Sniritual Growth; Mrs t Lofton of Tallahassee guidance and discipline. Research of school.Remember .
were served and the My Luau on Friday August 30, at 7:30 Florence Milksop World Missions; !I :arrived last Wednesday to visit fact, by a new Idea. Help him I supports the principle that children "the child is not

I stery Package was won by Mrs Mrs. Shirley Labigang was Mrs. Luther B. Hendrix church I his parents Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt learn how to think, how to investigate want and must have limits :born anew on the door steps of

Ralph Wolff, who presented It i! p.m.This is in the nature of a back- honored at a cherub shower Center Aug. I extension; Mrs. E. T. Hord Jr., Lofton. Joining the family last I how to find out. The world I They need to learn that other the school each day, but is the ,
23 at the Recreation
to Miss Selph. 1 to-school party before classes begin ust I Christian Education; Mrs. &11j-Friday was their other son Dee, will become more_ complex all the people have rights moth.r. < product of the home from whin I
the affair
Tuesday and lounge. Hostesses for Clarke annuities and relief Mrs. :who was home on leave. from Fort !father, brother, sister, friends: | I
| The next regular meeting of on everyone Mrs. Pearl] Hull and Mrs.Kathleen ; time and the ability to think aid he comes.
t I the auxiliary will be held en I'I't will dress Hawaiian style. All en. were J. M. Ground stewardship; Mrs. Benning, Ga. be j and neighbors. i !
] Drake. to
investigate is going
September 21 at 8 p.m. at the tertainment will be in the Hawaiian I Emerson Fizer, General Fund Miss Holly Rogers of Glenn- more I Take time to explain the limits Shop the newspaper ads .
i Legion Home. theme. I Mrs. Labigang was presented a Agencies ville, Ga. was the guest of Miss important than ever. to your child. lIe needs to know before you buy and keep

41 t I I A cordial invitation is extxentedI unique corsage upon arrival, mace Circle chairmen were: Circle 1. :Mary Julia! Brewton for several I I Love of Learning does not come I what they are and why he has I the savings.

Shop the newspaper ads I I to the youth of the church, and of pale yellow mums of centered infant I Mrs. B. L Rauschert:; Circle 2.J j with tiny,
before you buy __ _ I I the city to attend. I an rattlers.arrangement Mrs. T. H. Askins; Circle 3. Mrl'I'accompanied home by Mjss Brew-} want to learn for the joy of learning 1 within these limits. I
I u I Robert N. Aldav: Circle 4. I j ton. The two left Saturday oyl I rather than pushing him to j The eventual goal of discipline Coming Soon I
I Appropriate games were en- L C. Clough and Circle 5. Mrs.C \ '!'is self-discipline tomorrow
joyed during; the evening and L Flenniken. bus.Mr. make good grades. Once he feelj ,, world will be safer only if the
by Mrs. Cleo and Mrs. Ralph] Wood hadas I the joy of learning for learning'ssake PuntmPassmKickContest
I prizes were won youth of
today good discipline
Standing committees Columbia carry
WHY SO PLEASED? Braddock and Mrs. Geraldme their guests last week his he'll keep on learning because inside them.
Circle, Mrs. James C. Levis
I Haddock. ; brother and sister.in-law, Mr. and he wants to. l
|I I
Flower Mrs. E. C. Burgess LOVE OF LIFE. A
chairman Mrs. W. A. Wood of Fort Vallej, !! Help your youngster by provid-1 i I| child u
Mrs. Labigang was presented a '
Jr. free to and love
; Hospitality, Miss Olive Ga. grow others o nip
J lag good books and a study area,
shower of lovely gifts in a Port. l Registration BeginsSeptember <
Galphin; Literature Mrs. A. E. if he has learned to love himself
It t .,,'.- 0-Crib beautifully decorated with I Mr. and ,Mrs. Buck Knight attended encouraging new skills, support- 3
Taplin; Mission Haven Mrs. J. L This does not mean that he i is
yellow flowers entwined with Armstrong Rita an all night gospel sing in ing hobbies, making opportunities cocky conceited satiaf. I
; Royster (Thorn- or or ed
I to meet new people go to new For Details- Inquire
Ga. Saturday.
Waycross, 'I i
... green wall Orphan) Mrs. W. E. Pyroi; I with himself. It does mean he I
places and to be of the
Cake nuts mints and Around 15,000 were reported to aware
squares Social Service, Mrs. W. K. Bcrgr I thinks well of himself accepts I Lasserre Motor
Cokes were served from the buf- lund and Mrs.\ George Geiger, be present at the sing. world around him. j both the good and bad and tries :
.... .. Be enthusiastic without
.. fet table, overlaid with a hand. Sr.; Welcome letters, Mrs. Win Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Burgess to improve. He must be loved and : Company
',1 some white cloth, and centered H. Seibert; White Cross, Mrs. P. have returned from a week in I accepted. :

with an arrangement of yellow! H. Weyer; Youths Away Mrs.I Valdosta, Ga. and Ashville N. C. Jack Nelson, son of }Jr. and i

mums.Enjoying the affair with Mra. I Cliff McInnis; Camp Montgomery Miss Elizabeth Gray, former I Mrs. D. E. Nelson left for Fort ,;
Mrs. Marvin Burton and
resident of Fernandina is visiting I I Gordon at Augusta Ga. Wednesday
: Labigang were, her mother Mrs.
Homes for Senior Citizens Mrs. I
with Mr. and I II I morning. Jack re'ently'I Ilan TheatrePhone
I Sally Nettles, Mrs. Cleo Brad- lola] Stores. for several days
dock Mrs. Geraldine Haddock, Mrs. E. V. Garcia and family I I finished basic training at Fort
II The topic, "Christian Unity inWorship" I Jackson S. C. He will attend a I
Lois Nettles, Mrs. Martha i
I Mrs. Brewton son of Dr. and !
Chip ,
Mrs will be presented by school in Electronics at Fort 261-4849 C. E. Beach, Mgr.
Eloise Bridges,
Mrs. :
Davis B. Brewton returned
Mrs. C. ,
Mrs. Eugene T. Hord, Jr., Chris
I 'f'I Wanda Gaines, Mrs. Kathleen] tian Worship is the theme for I home Monday by plane after attending I I II MATINEES AT 2:30
Drake and Mrs. Pearl Hull. the Ridgecrest Assembly I and NIGHT SHOWS START 7:30
1964. Jerry Greeson son of Mr, ;; \

Circle 5, with Mrs. Flennikenas in North Carolina.Mr. I I Mrs. T. E. Greeson, returned i ONE COMPLETE SHOW

Episcopal Women chairman and Mrs. Mclnn's as and Mrs. Smily Lee of home Saturday after graduating i

I Entertain At Party co-chairman will be hostesses for Athens Ga., spent Sunday with from basic training at Fort Jack FRIDAY & SATURDAYOne
son, S. C. He will leave September
the Lofton.
G 0 morning. Mr. and Mrs, Hoyt
I For New MembersThe 6 for Fort Rucker, Ala. to i Showing Friday 7:30 Saturday 2:30: and 7:30"ONSONHEAD" :
Friends of E. V. Garcia will regret attend Aviation School.
home of Mrs. E. E. Las. Mrs. Grant HostessTo to hear of his confinement I
to Jacksonville Naval Hospital. Friends of. Mrs. Sadie Sheffieldwill I ANDY GRIFFITHo
serre on Atlantic Ave. was the Eda Stertz CircleThe I
I I regret to hear she was called !
setting Tuesday morning for a Karl Stein will leave Fridayfor : o !
to Jacksonville from her vacation
I Coke Party honoring new Epis- Eda Stertz Circle of the Tallahassee where he Is a I in because ; Showing Friday 9:3j Saturday 4:33 and 9:33: : !
with relatives Georgia, ,
Mrs. James :: First Baptist Church met August junior in the School of Music at 1
copalians. Elliscrj i I 1 .
of the death of her nephew, Jac'ijFaruell "HANGING TREE"GARY
., greeted guests at the door with 1 1I 120 in the home of Mrs. L. S, Florida State University, and or. who was killed in at ,i! COOPER
Mrs. Lasserre. i I Grant with ten members present. ganist-choirmaster at the Church Technicolor

BECAUSE HE TOOK ADVANTAGE I Approximately fifty guests"I I II The call to prayer was lea ;by Of The Holy Comforter Episcopal ville automobile Saturday accident morning.near Funeral Gaines-J! .
the hours of ten Church.
called during Mrs. Maude Hazelwood. was held .Monday afternoon. Mr. : v

: OF THETREMENDOUS I o'clock and noon. Miniature suv-I Mr. J. J. Klarer] was in chargeof :;; Richard Kennard (Ken) Townsend i Farwell has a number of other I Sunday 2:30 and 7:30 Monday 7:30 E

: nuts cookies and nuts were the program topic. Those a son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. relatives here, including Mrs. i "IN THE COOL OF THE DAY"
f ed with iced drinks. sisting her Mr. 0. R. his BS degree Sheffield.
I I were, Spain Townsend, received Hale
r r Assisting as hostesses were, I II I hour Mrs. R. H. Jones, and }lrJ, at Florida State University I JANE FONDA PETER FINCH) Technicolor

BARGAINS I Mrs. S. E. Stewart, Mrs. G. A.Vizcarrondo J. A. Lee. after completion of work duringthe Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Butler I -0 -
Mrs. U. L Baugh. 'and daughter Susan and Miss
Mrs. E. J. Smith chairman, trimester ending August 10. Sunday 4:15 and 9:15 Monday 9:15:
I man Mrs. Otto Phansteil, Mrs. I Susan Bailey returned \V edne.-I
: F. Gaines Sr., Mrs. A. A. Bo- presided at a short business Ces Dr. and Mrs. Cecil Brewton had day from a two week's vacation : "A GATHERING OF EAGLES"

I BEING OFFERED ONCamer Ar IF. and Mrs. Windle Brooks. I sion. After the secretary :'andtreasurer's as their guests over the weekend trip. They attended the convention ROCK HUDSON ROD TAYLOR Technicolor
: r report, a letter ,was I -
=. his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. of the American Municipal
r\ read from the Baptist Home If or and Mrs. R. L. Smith of Bristol !
j ,
I Association in Houston, Texas,
I Mrs. Brazell Children, thanking the circle]I for I Ga. !and visited in San Antonio, Dallas .

Leads Program For the the gifts circle sent sponsors.to the Four boy reported whom I Mr. and .Mrs. J. C. Bennett, Jr I i I Oklahoma City and other DEUVi-N

It- r: Five Points WMSThe reading the missions book for the returned Sunday from a two I I points of interest.

I month. i weeks vacation in Georgia North I Mr. and Mrs. J. Weller Carpen., Saturday 7:30

Woman's Missionary So- Mrs. Smith thanked the circle: Carolina and Virginia.Mrs I ter df Augusta, Ga. are expected

ciety of the Five Points Baptist for kindnesses rendered her dur.. J. C. Norton left Monday i iI Friday to spend Labor Day "DAMN YANKEES"ETHEL

i Church met August 21 for its ing her recent illness. Mrs. Swear- for her home in Norfolk, Va. i i.j weekend with Mrs. J. J. G, Coop.1 MERMAN Technicolor
Room Air Conditioner i Royal Service Program With ingen also} thanked the circle:for I after visiting here two weeks with
: nine members present. :I cards and flowers during her Iw-t.j i her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ralph visit Mrs. Carpenter's brotherin.law .
Mrs. Willamena Brazell "A GATHERING OF EAGLES"o
open- reavement. Wood. and sister Mr. and Mrs.
ed the meeting with and j
... prayer The September meeting will be Tolar wit! Frank Bryant
presented the "Shar-I Mr. and Mrs. E. L *'

.' --..... .. At ing Possessions."program held at the home of Mrs.\ Ethel I| be the. weekend guests of Mr. andMrs j *, ;: 'Zf.\,.: .Y :: *, .t. : Sunday, 7:30"OWONHEAD"..:. .4 :!
Assisting!! Mrs. Brazell were Rutledge with a covered disk\ .,J. A. 'Beard I "T$$.' r a q n.ffttJt people are ,' < ; *, ;fr"HANGING :
( ;\
-- Mrs. Cleo Braddock Mrs. Faye luncheon. While dining, the bock! I Mrs. LisetteChaffee:; \ ,of Jacksonville .!kUed;m' apid'w'i Bass, Mrs.., Hattie Mae Parker "Annie Armstrong" will be last week with her train wrecks1 is.'because the en- 9:35
L. D. Reese
Plumbing Heating Co.I taught. j the fire-
and Mrs. Lillian Still. cousin, Mrs. Cecil Brewton. gineer never tries to hug TREE"
I Mrs, Braddock dismissed with! After admission with prayer, I man." Fred W. Grown, Edge-
prayer. delicious refreshments were :curved :: Mrs. Dorothy Booth recentiy I water (N. J.) Bergen Citizen. -
: "We Service We Sell"uoi
by the hostess. returned from a month's vacation

j ;: o South 8th Phone Trade At HomeARTIN'S Ella Hardee Circle with in Michigan relatives, and where friends.she visitea I
1 ; :: xeiT4xs--.
1 Meets In Auqust Friends of Mrs. H. C. Lang I.
.., will regret to hear of her confine- ,

With Mrs. Goo Isb y ment to Humphreys Memorial 'j
i Hospital on Tuesday night follow-

The Ella Hardee Circle of Memorial ing a heart attack. No report has

: BACKTOSCHGOLSend : ] Methodist Church met i been"made on her condition.

Itl' j l August 13 at 10:30 at the homeof Mr. and Mrs. George Lawrence 1 JULANNESchool
Mrs. Tom GooLby. There were '
returned from 10,000'0
1 ; recently a j
qI'- ,eight members and one visitor mile trip through the United I

.. : ... them back to school present. States and Canada. During the i'

s .. M in smart and sturdy !I Mrs. Tom Davis presented the two months they were gone, the Of The DanceFALL

i, k. new shoes |"Spiritual Life followed by the two visited their son in Indiana, Ii
Missionary Education given bv and daughter in California.

by Mrs. Exteen Corbett, who read
of Mrs. I !,
Jimmy Campbell son
: I letters from the Parsons, missionaries Juanita arrived home CLASSES BEGINNINGFOR
in Japan, and the Spotts- Campbell i
lipines.woods missionaries Phil- basic Saturday training after at graduating Fort Jackson from I CHILDREN ((3 YEARS UP) AND ADULTS

S. C, Jimmy will leave for Fort
cle It was announced that the cir- Gordon on September 6, to entera Classes Will Start Sept. 9th In Recreation Center Auditorium
: would be hostess on August school in
Teletypewriter Equipment -
':.- 126< at a Coke party for the Wo repair. (Equipped With Ballet Barre and Mirrors)

We specialize in man's Society of Christian Ser-
vice. Mrs. GooUby Mrs. Beug- Mr and Mrs. F. K. Mitchell ana CLASSICAL BALLET

: proper fit net, Mrs. Davis, and Mrs. Bailey young son Stewart, of Lakeland,

volunteered to serve* on a committee were guests of Mr. and Mrs. I MODERN BALLET .
\ : to for the party. Emerson Mitchell and Mr. and
: I w"M 0 c for boys, with high Members prepare were reminded they Mrs. Franz Mitchell last week. f TOE BALLET (For Advanced Sludentg.lO &;Ups" )

'. threat and side buckle 1 4.99 They were returning home froma
x are to prepare M, Y. F. suppers RHYTHMIC TAPMUSICAL
? Y I .
vacation C. the
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three-eyelet Classes for 1st 1 Graders
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l f Woman's! Club to Entertain At Reception \ewS-:Leader, Fa-imudiiia Eeuch, Florida Thursday, August 2 3, 1968 Page FiTO

i September 8 Honoring School Faculties f Scout Troop 213 Chamber of Cwuwwce '
Receives toilers
The members of the Woman's Sether, Mrs. W. E. Hurlbert, Mrs. I
I Club of Fernandina Beach will I IS. E. Stewart, Mrs. Kathleen Gen F Host At Campout Extending flunks Fir Local

I'I .. "the entertain teachers at, a and reception their husbands honorine ;', try, Mrs. Lois Sheffield, Mrs. G. of Miss Mrs.Katie Maggie ;! Hospitality

or wives, of the Fernandina Beach: :I S. Lowe, and the Executive Board ,}leave Saturday to At Fort ClinchBoy Mrs. Ruth Brown, executive
!I Elementary School, the Junior-I i with Mrs. J, C. Bennett, Mrs. L. E. man year in 1

High School, the High School, and I' Sellers, Mrs. R. N. Alday, Mrs. tI t ing F. S. U. Lt Hoyt D, Lofton secretary Chamber of of the Comme:FcrMidlaaBeaeh ;revealed -
Supt. John T. Weisner and his : F. L. Jones Mrs. Walter Preston Scout Troop 213 had C3
II j Danny Griffin, : their honored Was A ParticipantIn this week that she has received
It staff, on Sunday, Sept. 8th, from ; Mrs. P. C. Stewart, Mrs. W. C. I t 'Mrs. Dan Griffin, ; guests, members of two more letter" .x ter4-
3:30 5 o'clock in the club houseon Troop 169 of South Jacksonville "Swift Strike III"
: to I Owens, Mrs. S. H. Davis, and Mrs. I 24 to resume daring the weekend in>?r thanks to the people of this
'.'. Jean LaFitte Boulevard. i eampout fit
versity of Florida for
l The Education Committee, composed i! hostesses I the Scout camping area at Fort Spartanburjf, S. C. (AHTNC) city their hospitaKty.

of Mrs. J. S. Stevens, All club members and their 1 Dow Dixon, son Clinch State Park. Army 2d Lt. Hoyt D. Lofton The letters are as follows:

I man, Mrs. C. C. Hahn, Mrs.chair-I husbands are urged to attend. I Mrs. M. D. Dixon, A fish fry, with hush puppiesand ; son of Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt L. Lof.
1 freshman year of all the trimmings, was served -r ton, 17 S. 17th St, Fernandina 1270 N. W. 123 St.
ida Southern in the visiting Scouts throughthe Beach, Fla., is one of more than Miami, Florida
h. Woman's Club Chairmen For 19631964 ust 1.Ken. August 23, 1943
combined efforts of both 75,000 armed force personnelwho !
I Nolan, son of troops, the use of the mobile'I'| participated in Exercise Dear Friends:
.1 Department directors of the the social department, has chosen: "HANGING TREE" starring Gary Cooper, in technicolor, L. K. Nolan, began unit cooking facilities of Boy SWIFT STRIKE III, a U. S. I wish to thank all the people

i Fernandina Beach Woman's Clut : Mrs. E. E. Philips, floral; !Ira.A. is one of the double feature attractions showing Fridayand year of college on Scout Troop 169, and adult lead Strike Command exercise in Georgia of Fernandina Beach for their

V have announced committee chair- E. Schrantz, garden; Mrs. II. Saturday at the Han Theatre, and Sunday at the at Chipola Jr. ership. and North and South CartUna. friendliness and warmth. ... 'duringour
t', 4 men for the new club year. I W. Fishier, hospitality; Mrs. S. L. Drive-N. :Miss Mary Ann The fish fry recent visit there.
\ Mrs. J, C. Bennett, Jr., presi- : Tarlton, house; Mrs. H. J.- Allison !( ter of Mr. and Mrs. was pre--arrancd SWIFT STRIKE III Our son unfortunately had :an
when both weekat pitted two
dent, has chosen Mrs. J. F. Michael Jr., membership.Mrs. will leave troops spent a accident on the barnacles: near
task forces
I each other ina
Camp Echokotee in against
' t l, bulletin; Miss Marie Ccnc, F. L Jones, philanthropic ,!u anne Announces Edward HanerTo few days with j Park a few weeks ago. However Orange, month-long mock war which ; Fort Clinch, while we were ramping
historian; Mrs. J. C. Mottayaw, department director, has chosen : there for what thought
do before we
beginning ended 16.Lieutenant .
it Hydie Peterson's Fish Aug.
;' 1 legislation; Mrs. J. F. Rylant Mrs. J. S. Stevens, education, I Fall Classes ForSchool Attend Emory day at Florida l! was would be one or two days.
Little Women; Mrs. T: W. Oliver, Mrs. D. G. Bowers, philanthropic I Market who supplied a large Lofton is armmm -
t ; I of Dance Dentistry School Charles Courson of fish The marvelous reception we
quantity for the occas tion officer of Service
I Battery,
Jr.,. parliamentarian; Mrs. W. !I.I Mrs. D. K. Sturges, philanthropicfinance I
were given at County Hospitaland
Mrs. Eugene ion, after almost a day seining 7th Battalion of the 2d Infantry
I I Hogan, publcltyfrs.; J. D.' ': ; Mrs. R. W. Galphin, In an ad in this! issue of the ATLANTA, GA. Edward H.' freshman year at with little results Saturday bv I Division's 17th Artillery at Fort later by Dr. Jacobs and has

Daugherty, press; Mrs. W. T.Mierzejewski scholarship News Leader, the Julanne School Haner Jr. of 109 N. 18th St., ia i lege on Monday the Scouts. Benning, Ga. staff, as well as all the,pther
rentals; Mrs. G. T. : Mrs. Walter Preston, director of The Dance announces the beginning among 83 students admitted to the I citizens in town, made us extend ;
Davis, Thrift Shop i of the civil department, has John Stevenson, The "Camporee" style setting He entered the Army in November
appointed of fall classes on Sep freshman class at the Emory University our visit one week with anticipa-
L Sellers director of Mrs. K. W. Robinson Mrs. S. R. of the area and the participation 1960.
Mrs. E. ,
: tember 9th in the Recreation School of Dentistry.The road"r tion of returning next ;par..
the fine arts department, has ap i Americanism; Mrs. Frank Youn Center auditorium. dental school at Emory !is Thank all for pleasant
P. Vonnah, began ties made friends for you a'
pointed: Mrs. Fred Bond Am I blood civil defense; Mrs. J. II. I I new Troop 1958 graduate of Fernandina
Julanne Owens, instructor, received part of one of the nation's fastest vacation!
can Home; Mrs. Bert ri-I I White, Jr., gerontology; Mrs. C.I her training! under such renowned growing medical centers developing year at Palatka Jr. 213, when Troops 83, 24, andExplorer's I Beach High School and attendedthe Sincerely, -
art; Mrs. J. G. Knight, I J. E. Elvin, international ,relations teachers and artists i week. Post No. 1 from Pen r University of Florida its
as around the Emory schools of Claire Cans
Mrs. A. C. Mclnnij, music; Mrs. ; Mrs. Duane Newsome, public I Paul Boles, son of nsylvania joined in the weekend Gainesville.
Lola Menzelli, Senia Solomonoff medicine, dentistry and nursingin (Mis.. E. R. Gani)
,: 1'. S. Lee, Jr., devotional. I I health and welfare; Mrs. R. N. Virginia Semon, Jack Stanley, I Atlanta. Albert Boles, campout t

p. Mrs R. N. Alday, director of Wood, youth. and Ernest Belcher of Hollywood, I I freshman year of I Troop 8j; was represented with Richard K. Townsend -
Increasing emphasis is be'ng
: of
Chipola and
I campus I 4 Scouts adult leaders, W. J. I 1
, California teacher of Gwen Ver- Chamber of Commerce
.. placed on a dental research pro Bobby Douglass, Colemen Scoutmaster, andY.. ',Receives BS Degree ,
don and Marge Champion. I Fernandina Beach, Florida
gram begun last year. Mrs. Robert l A. Hetherington 24 of .
Julanne began studying at the From Florida State I hare written to you puny
this weekend to Orange Park with 15 Scouts,
J age of three and continued until I II times in the past months requesting
J h1 The I Winn-Dixie Personnel : Monday at the and adult leaders, Z. B. Martero,
t she was 18 years oldDuring:; this Richard K. (Ken) Townsend information on Fernand-na
Florida in
Scoutmaster Jack Wilkeron and
I period she also studied music extensively Receives $1,086,022in graduated Aug. 10 from Florida I for my Scout troop. You always:
Jerry Kight, son Vern N.
to supplement her studies Lofoletty; Troop lr.9i, State University in Tallahassee,! answered promptly and sent just
I I Mrs. Elroy Kight; with 15 Scouts and adult
: Jh Garden Basket I of The Dance. Sharing Bonuses leaJ-1 receiving a Bachelor of Science r exactly the information we not d.
for Chipola Jr. ers, Scoutmaster II. E.
Julanne has had many years /f I degree from the School of Bu i ed. :
will begin his J. C. Wood D. K. .
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Employees Rogers i-I
t experience as a performer, teacher I ness Administration.Ken After two years of scraping
:;, BY JANE SCOFIELD C. Garrett Post No. 1
of Winn-Dixie and Kwik ; Explorer:
and in staging and choreo a native of Fernanduu and saving, our troop has enlugli
Chek Food Stores have received : N. E. Baptist with 18 Explorers and 3 adult
III graphy. She was the original Beach, graduated from Ugh money to come to Fernandina. We
( tBest wishes to you for a beau- der plant, a compact rosette of choreographer and teacher three $1,086,022 in profit sharing bon- Committee leaders, Jerry Allen assistant school here. He is the',son of Mr.i t are leaving Aug. 3 and plan to

: __ .tiful J964 spring garden! We say leaves above which the two inch years for the Fernandina: Beach'; uses, according to an announcement scoutmaster; and Scoutmaster. and Mrs. R. E. Townsend of 321, 'stay until Aug. 12. We wait to
this because in Florida September i 1 (and in some new varieties a little I Woman's Club Follies and will I by J. Wertz Nease, vice In Yulee Pt Ernest Valero and the following I North 18th. thank you again for helpinsr us in

marks the beginning of the I more) aster like flowers are ; again choreograph the Woman's president and divisional managerof Scouts representing Troop Since graduation he has assumed planning our trip. It would bake

gardening year. It is what we do 1 profusely borne on four to six Club Follies to be held in October the firm's Jacksonville division The Northeast ::; 213, Pat and Frank Fiala, Joey I a position with the Liberty I been very difficult if you had! not

i in the next three onths that determines i i inch stems. Colors are mostly this year.Pupils% Although the company's profit Executive and Jack Ryals, Cecil A. Ben Mutual Insurance Co., in Atlanta, I helped us. .

the suct&& of our 'gar: rose' or white, but catalogues fiat of Julanne's School Win sharing plan has been in effect -I be held Monday, nett, Hydie Peterson, 3rd, Eugene Ga. Very truly, J

dens when they are at their [crimson: salmon, and yellow var I "The Nutcracker Suite since 1946, this marks the p.m. in the Yulee : and Kenneth King, Jacob Jane McGee a

height in the ,Wrin ieties. Like the pansy, it is a-biennial present Ballet" as their annual Christmas first time cash distribution has I The Committee is and Scott Austin, B:lly Bob Harvey Your local merchants keep the (The above letter from Jane'Me.

This is a day when\ ,the average that must be used as an an-II }presentation in December and it topped the one million dollar! the pastor and Chip Rhatigan, Buddy and economic! wheels of your commun- Gee was postmarked McMmn-l ,

gardener prefers to buy banded I nual'by) Floridians, for it cannot will? be open to the public. mark. I from each church in Bobby Gene Lee. ity turning throughout the year. vilee, Tenn. Since the time oil the

plants of annuals from the nurseries survive our summers. Mrs. Owens attended :Master The distribution of funds was tion, and leaders After attending church See their advertising in this pa- i writing the Scouts and the wj-iter

rather than raise his own, There are fresh nasturtiumseed I Ballet Classes given by Robert made to 4,677 eligible employeesof Departments, such vices Sunday\ morning the ser-I; ; per. have visited Fernandna: peach

which b fine if he can find what on the market. Plant them I Jeffrey, Director of the Robert the Winn-Dixie Employees'Profit I School, Training left for home. and dropped by the Chambe{ of.

he wants and is ,willing to settle where are to bloom. It Jeffrey Ballet and the American Sharing Program. Employees Missionary Union, Troop 213 extends a vote of fice to personally offer thci
Jpr stereotyped kinds and vane- I now they Ballet Center (New York) at the become eligible to participatein Music, and Camp. thanks to State Park officials itt Mrs. E. Valero, who furnished thanks! and tell what a wonderfultime
ties. It is garderf'fare! : similar' to will take them about ten days for Southeastern Regional Ballet Festival the program after completingfive This will be the I Fort Clinch and Hydie Petersonfor additional transportation for the they enjoyed.) ;

frozen TV dinners good but them to germinate and one should Jacksonville and Betty Bar- years' service with the com- before the annual all courtesies extended them troop. .

definitely uninteresting and un I have blooms by mid'November.j .' rett's, Cultural Arts Center,. Fort pany. er 1718. during the weekend campout. This campout concludes all The Continuing Study of News

imaginative.:; It is true that the j I Plant in a protected spot for longer I I Lauderdale, Fla., this'year, to help Each year the firm sets aside B. C. Lewis is Parents and friends visiting summer activit'es and bungs toa paper Reading shows that ark] average
I life as this is a tender annua1 the Scouts were; Fred Townsend close the 1962-63 Scout with
nurserymen are providing a bring more culture to Fernatfdim a portion of its profits for distribution year newspaper page news
greater! variety of plants each I but one that does pot like hot Mr. Guy Dudley, accomplished "In horse and local Scout District Com with new activities and additional and advertising on it, is read by

year and they keep up with the i i weather either. We have kept pianist and orginal accompanistfor to employees under tic nearest thing to 1 missioner Mr. and Mrs Herbert enrollment beginning Sept.J j64% of men readers and 73',} of

popular items, but naturally they } them through the winter by cutting the school, will be playing for I program. A portion of the funds i was a fork in the Ryals, Thomas Rhatigan, and 1st for Troop 213. the women. ...
offer only what will sell in large off the cold-hurt tops arid classes again this year. is paid in cash and the balance I -------- &- -

amounts and could not possibly i.letting them sprout again. For credited to individual trust 'accounts "
cater to individi&f referent 8pri..g/bloom they are usually: for retirement benefits. I \
the wantto \ planted in February. We soak the Sheridan Melogy FOR THAT ; I
h :Moreover, nurserymen It is estimated that an addition i
please and be of help to gard I! seed for a for couple of hours germination before; Named Soldier of al $2,000,000 will be allocated t.participants' .>
planting quick

.their eners,wants and if known gArdeners often enougk make but, were told by a nurseryman Month In VietnamU. for the firm's retirement current fiscal accounts year -. HOLIDA Y COOKOUT
that this weakens the plant. Hew- :
will try to satisfy them another :' ever, our mother did it and our: S. Forces, Vietnam (AH which closed June 29. The assets \ \ ; I

year. The plant growers named do a grandmother did it, so we con. TNC) Army PFC Sheridan J. of the retirement fund held by ",
wonderful job in supplying the trustees now are in excess of \
of :Mr. and Mrs. An
tinue the practice and see no balI Melogy, son
s varieties of petunias and obtan snap I i results. Be sure to keep the seedbed drew D. Melogy, Fernandina $27,000,000. Participating employ \ 20 Lb. BagJJCH'ARCOAL : IVan
dragons, and being able to not required to contributeany
moist until plants come up Beach, Fla., was named soldier cf ees are 78"
these plants is agreat boon to I and then water regularly. I the month for Detachment one in part of their salary to the =
gardeners. In facT the selectionis Vietnam late in July.A retirement fund. :
so good that 'there is little need I If you can find gladiolus bulbs military policeman in the Etaehment's :- The profit sharing program b :
with the market, try some for .
(9 on
desire struggle
or even I 3d 'Radio Research part of the overall employee pro I _
these tiny seedlings at home. | Thanksgiving and Christmas I Unit, Melogy was selected for his gram of ,Winn-Dixie which also .
will bloom in
bloom for they
)i However, there are so man; I i soldierly appearance, knowledge includes l life, health and accident Camp'sPORK
from seventy-five to ninety days. I
too difficult and of duties and insurance sick stock purchase '
plants: that are opt s 'Plant the bulbs deep where the i performance pay
to raise from seed-lt: home, oies i ground is cool. Corms which 'military courtesy. plan and a college scholar
The 22-year-old soldier entered ship program for children of em = 'N BEANS 303 pan
that we could not otherwise have bloomed in the spring and have I _
1962 and .
the Army in April ai- ployees.The
been recently dug cannot be used.
and individuality
and which add interest
i! rived overseas in September 1962 company operates 60'J --- -- .
to our,gardens and give CARD OF THANKS Melogy is a 1958 graduate of Winn-Dixie and Kwik Chek super-
the gardener a feeling of ad>en- i Fernandina Beach High School markets throughout the Southeast Quart Bottles :

ture and achievement. In raisin Our heartfelt thanks to all whosympathy and attended Tennessee Wesleyan

tys own plants the gardener has I I lextended comforting College in Athens, Tenn, ". ,-..-- 604 ATLANTIC AVE. 9c
flowers ------ -- CANADA DRY Each.
chance too to bring' 1 and help in our recent sorrow. ;; .
into bloom atj an advantageous For the beautiful 'service, floral In the early 19th century American AL ; .
time or in time'' \for a1- longer offerings, And *fcther kindnesses, newsprint,,; the, :paper .on ,, rllJ OPEN FOR BUSINESS Fruit; Flavors, :

blooming season. we are deeply grateful which newspapers are printed, .
Those people who say that seeds (signed) The family of was handmade from rags imported : ,F

just won't grow for them are usuallY Marion N. Beckham. from Europe. ia:1bDlcs
the ones w ha.don't have the 5 Lb. BagApples CLOSED Large StalksCelery Each

time or inclination to give these ] 39C'L
Universe Admires Model I :
a baby plants adequate attention. It Miss
A Service of Your Doctor cf Medicine
is, true that some items are very Your Local Medical Society and the r A 6 0 R DAY 10' ,
S difficult to raise from seed, Florida Medical Association.

among them those that have extremely DIETARY QUACKERY .
fine seed, those that require .

a long period for germination Nutritional quackery costs Maxwell House Fyne Taste Each
and those with definite germination !: e the 10 million food faddists in :
peculiarities. Seed cata- this country an estimated half

l lees usually have a warning i -1 billion dollars a year. Canned Drinks 4
I note about these. One can always The money spent is not the COFFEE 1 'Lb. Can 5 qC ?
loss. False
most important
with time v
list of plants
procure a .
promises about curing various Assorted Flavors
t --
required to germinate and time t ills with vitamins and special ... .
to come into bloom*listed, eitherin 4pk food products frequently delay "' ..

catalogues or from nearby seed proper medical treatment until .
stores. Naturally, large seeded it is too late. No one' food is
plants and those which germinate either reducing or fattening, for GRADE A WHOLE
I it is total calories consumed in -
u the ones for beginners FRYERS
quickly are 23cLIMIT
the daily diet that controls lossor
to practice on. For beginners i gain in body weight. FLORIDA I lb. :
a little data on seedbeds will : Many people have food idiosyncrasies ,
be given in next week's. Garden which
I ,_ they 3 WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER :
Ba's'ketThe will
Some acid
follow. not use .
English Daisy, Bellis, is > such as is in citrus fruit because ,
think it would acklo- .
have not they cause
one item for which we .
sis. When a person is physically
been able to find plants on the normal and eating an adequate .
market in recent years, and seeds mixed diet the body is not like- Grade A .
t of this should be planted now in $ ly to form excess acid. 'Milk, Large Pound Grade A Quick Frozen Pound :

seed flats, for it is a cool wea- ;t> fruits, and vegetables actually t
ther plant and takes from five to put an alkaline reserve in the

six months to come into bloom. It J blood acids which formed helps from to neutralizethe the me- Baking Hens 29c TURKEYS 29c

is a hardy little plant that will .. tabolism of cereals, breads, a
take our cold snaps. The germill:1- I meat and fish.

titm- period is seven days) and the 'n1.1r,7s Failure to drink milk may
little plants grow off well. This a x Y result in an unsatisfactory intake .
is the little daisy that covers the ; of calcium. Without meat .f
English countryside, the daisy of I there is a lack of protein, iron ,
where it is variously and vitamin B. There are people ,
and story, Blue Ribbon '
song Pound Grade A Mediump
called "eye of day," "bright and who therefore hare actual cannot food allergies eat certain 2 Dozen :

dayes-eyes". The wild forms are substances. In such
single but as far back: as the six- an appropriate diet is recom-
teenth century the double form mended with! prescribed supple- Chuck Steak 39c I EGG 65c1
for gardens had been developed.The The new Miss Universe, Ida Marie Varnes of Brasil, admires a mentary vitamins.Faulty .
English brought it to tie model of Honda's Exhibit in the 1964 New York World's Fair diets can be the cause, r $

early gardens of Virginia. It is & as Governor Farris Bryant explains i its important features. The ( rather than the cure, of'__ill ;' .
health and
dear little winter bedding or bor- model is being displayed m d&ere&t parts of the state. disability ,



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Page' Six News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, August 29, 19631
Patricia Mari Nichols, Debbie Lemacks, Byron Pilrala, Dion 4th Grade Room 15 -

I! :;.y;.;.;'...:.... Louise Robinson, John Walton Rowland John Turner, Barry Miss Patricia Allen 1 1963 Pirate Football Schedule -'
( ." :::; # Adler Williams Thomas Adkins, Walls and Randall Williamson Rita Alvarez, Elizabeth Diane -

\ Ronals Lee Bolden, Mike David. 3rd Grade Library Byrd, Teresa Ann Carter, Liiton Camden County, Georgia September 20 ...__.__..__ Thetc.1I
.;..,...:..:: Daniel, Carl Eugene Davis George Mrs. Lester Cook, Michael D. Deona ,
1 ',io::: .:h. Demetrios Deonas, William Ida Mae Weisner Kenneth Neil Drake Julie Anne I P. K. Yonge _______... September 21.__..___._ Them
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Charles Dickens, Richard Edward Cynth Allan Sylvia Beugnet, Dressler, Kathy Lee DuBois, Cath- Green Cove Springs _'_ October 4 .. .. ..._....__..._.._ here
Joann Boyett, Penelope Britten, I
Galphin, Robert Allen Hilton, Rhonda Hutchings, Deborah Johnson erine Louise Galphin Peggy Et- Madison _m ._.._ October 11 .....__.___._ There
pry i Benny Lamar Hendrix, Carl Fred aine George, Janice Darlene GL1 I
Johnson, Jr., Scott W lJiam Law- I Linda Carol Johnson Elaine Deborah Lynne Gooding, G'Ibcrt Baker Count" ____" October 18 ..________ Here

home, Billy Edgar Lee Harry I Jones, Robin Lee, Toni! Robas :,, Thomas Hadden, Jacqueline Elaine i I a Santa I Fe _____--.-__ October 25 .._.._..___.... Them
Debbie Thornton Linda Thornton,
Herman Reed, David Earl Snow- I Debra Wallace, Sherry Harrison, 'It Hall, Kay Louise Hanna, Jeiry : Douglas, Georgia __ November 1 -__..__..- Her;
den, Frances Keith Southwell and
onald Hatton Thomas I
Harold Kirk Wilder. t Stanley Benner, Stephen Branch ; Hatton, Philip Anderson Hendrix, j j Bradford County November 81 _._ He.'I

Anthony Brown, John Byrd, Clayton a Orange Park November 15 s __ __ Helf
2nd Grade Room 5 Carter; David Fisher, Donald! : Rande Ray Holton Thelma Inez I

Mrs. Hazel Eason I Heafner, Barry McKendree, BOb- Lee Ann andall Merrow, Patricia II Live Oak November 22.; There
Ann Nix Annette Over-
Lucy Gail Anderson, Phyllis Jack Paul Sapp, Ray: Molly .
!!|: by Pope, #
Parker hark Denotes Conference Games
i street Marsha ,
.5 5 5 Jean Cottle, Cynthia Jo Flint,i j i[I Smith, Doyle Stillwell, Mark I
Allen Phelps, Tray Lee Pitts, Lori
Lynette Lois Floyd Donna Lee I I: Tomes, Jonathan Williams and' .
II III Anne Pyron, Sarah Jane Stovci, .
Haselden Dana:
Jocye I
: .: '". ... ...,... Hayes I Donald Wilder. Donna Lee Suriano, Ralph Anderson I Jean Melvin, Sandra Irene Miller Bird, Deborah Brazele, Diaiu.
Louise Hogan Susan Hol-
& 3rd Grade Room 10 Sweatt, Steven RuaI Waits Robert Phillips, Anita Port- Burns, Susan Byrd Amy CrumlY'ler
THE BOMBS I IN THE FOREGROUND of training session mes Lataille, Jan Louise Miller, '"
are a part a Saturday morning .
Dixon Juanita Kli-
Mrs. Lucile P. ier Haddock
and James N. WalL Bruce Rowland, Robert Rowland Claudia ,
the courtroom of the courthouse when Ordinance Team from Atlanta Ruth Diane Mixon, Patricia Lynr
an Army '
5 pay Austin Bill Brewton Steven David Ray Williams, Tho- I chens Kathy Jtabe, Patsy Gau-
explained Explosive: Ordnance Rftf on nuisance. The class, under the joint auspices of Moore, Regina Ann Parrish De- Burton, Phillip Jones, Collie 4th Grade Room 16 mas Schrantz, Wanda Sue Sills, I ous, Debra Sims, Anita Smith,
bora Powell, Linda Dail Rowland Mrs. Merle Cockfield
'; Sheriff, H. J. Youngblood and Civil Defense Director Walter Preston, was attended bya Beverly Carol Taylor Cynthia I Let Jimmy Long, Johnny ReiaHI Larry Strickland, John Earl Stouffer Teresa Steffens, Alma Thrift,

-large number of officers, firemen, auxiliary firemen and policemen, and other personnel Louise Thomas Patrica: Kay Tra i Gerald Roberts, Henry Rodef Sandra Ashe, Linda! Kaye Boy- Donald Suriano, Dellie Mae Sally Willis, Carolyn Waters,

I 'that will be engaged in emergency operations, should such a situation developin well, Gracie Mae Williams, Robert I lei, Andy Sterling, Kim Stewart, ett, Charlotte Ann Corbitt Yvonne Strickland Shirley Joyce Thoir.- Bobbie Sue Worth, David Fachkfc

this area.Schools Douglas Bishop, Wayne Thomas I Tony Vaughn, Terry Watkins, (Bonnie) Patricia Cryder, Debra ton, Lawrence Sellers, William Martin Holton, Richard: hates; i

Braxton, George Odell Chan- Michael Waybright, Beth Anderon Ann Davis Caroline Burgess, Lee Tomes, Jr., and Suzanne Wea- I Michael Jacobs, Mark Joyce The;.
( Chris Bailey, Donna Kay Dickens Julia Ann Gilder, Denis therford. ma Lawrence, Robert Larsui;.
Charles Mixon, John D. Moore, at 12:30: and dismiss at 4:30.: cey, Eddie Carroll Crews, Terri Marlene Heafner Nina Jo Herring I. James
Barbara John William Roberts,
ReopenContinued John children will not Allen Duncum, Alfred Raymond! I Banker, Joyce Cannon, 4th Grade Room 14
E. Smith, Mary Soo Hoc, First grade use ,
Crosby, Debbie Daniel, Brenda Sherry Ann Jones Pamela Scott, Hang York Soo Hoo, Thea-
Gil lard, Steven Gene Hair Miss Claudette
Lisa Stone Deborah Suriano the lunch room. ,
Dawn Debra Gerald John- I ,
i Eunice: Ann Humphreys Charlene Joyner, dore Tiliakos Richard Wa'brlgw
( from Page One) Linda Faye O'Neil Julie Taylor, The first bell for students will nis Paul Hatton Ray Den-I'! King Melanie Rucker, Nadine son, Kathy Jane Marlin, Melody Jessie. Charles Barber, David and James Calvin Williams.
Jessee Thompson, George D. ring at 8:10: followed by the Kight, Timothy Eugene Lee, Louis I Sue Sweat Tuteaand Joyce Mitchell Brenda Gail Rowland Lyndon Bunker, Richard Walker
Smith Nancy
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hand;"Mrs. Janice Hollis, business Thornton and Edmond Walls. tardy bell at 8:15.: Lunch will bs Eugene Rowe, Robert Ray Nick, Waters. Donna Jean Tinsley, ROOMWalker Bowers, Dennis George Dozier,
education( ? Mrs. Betty Dressier and school buses Jeffrey Sloan Rich, Sandy Hobart Stacey i
Fifth Grade Mrs. Catherine served Tuesday I William Mack Overstreet, Alan Paul Dozier Gary Lamar
science; Fred Cook, science; Dan Clarke: will maintain a regular scheduie Pratt and Quinnie Reid Williams.2nd : 3rd Grade Room 6 John Erwin Cooper, Ted Fizer Hyers Vernon Wayne Jones Carl ntleiONLY -.
Mrs. Maud Akerman J
iel Walker, science; Donald Nan- Mrs. Betty Anderson will serveas Grade Room 9 Noel Ralph Green, Lawrence Hei- Edward King Timothy Allen Mc-
Barbara Barron William Bar-
ncy math; and Miss Linda Griegs school secretary again this Theo Elizabeth Anderson, Em- S
Mrs. Pauline Stewart Hewett Emanuel Kee Tho
tels Louise Britton Harry Bras- ton, Benny Lee Stephen Douglas Mark
Elizabeth Ann
math. well John Ray Brown, Peter year. Beth Alday, Patricia Crowley, ily Victoria Bryan, [Joseph (Jim) Johnson, Warren mas Frank Mizell, Lawrence
James Cockfidd math; P. Burghardt James Chaplin Donna Students are assigned to teacher Barbara Gaines, Karen Gough, Gooding Anne Jeanette Harvey Lonnie Kight William (Billy) James Pratt Hilton Roderic Turbot -
Jameson-. social studies: Warrin and room as follows: Evalyn Jane Hutchings, Sabnna I YOU CANS i
; Cook, Catherine Crisp Edwin Sandra Hewett Pamela Jo Jones, Wade Kittrell George Scott Scott Lee Scarboro, Steph'nDaniel
Hiott, social studies; Mrs. Elbe: Pick up list 1st through 4th Jane Jones Kathi Leona Metis, Mears Timothy James Middleton I Stubits, Steven Lamar
Sharon Ann Keen Pam
Cook, Robert Cover, Donna Dav- King Joy I
LaTaille, social studies; Mr*. grades each class will have a .I Esther Ellen O'Neil Dianna Lynn Steve Kenneth Kenneth Elwood
ies, Mark Davis Robert Ellis, Lohman, Crystal O'Neal, Sandra Stephen ( ) Smith Taylor, Wingate, PREVENTFOREST
Sydney Smith, home economics; sub hed. I(, Powell Annette Fay Ragan, Neal Sweat and Michael Floyd Marsha Gail Carter Pamela Lee
Kim Gordon, Susan Gregory, Ivan; Phillips Joyce Thirsk, Judy Elaine Bonnie Jean
Mrs... Evelyn Arnold, music; Joca- Hickox, Bobbie Graves, John Join-- First Grade Room 1 Thompson, Vicki Waas Nancy i Ryals Vaughn. i iI Daniel Lola Renee Duncan, Linda
Arlene Urmanec Helen
that Hill, bandmaster; II. Sides, I Taylor, I Sue Hall Karen Cecilia Haddock
Mrs. Margaret Tyson Morning ,
son, Cynthia Justice Julia Las White Kenny Barnard Tinley I Rebecca Walls, John Hilton Bra- 4th Grade Room 13 I
Spanish; C. Craft, English; Mrs. serre, Sheila Lewis, Glenn Meeks, Patricia JoAnne Brewer, Nancy Branch, David Burbank, Steven f zell, Gregory Michael Brewer, Mrs. Mary Tom Ward I Margie Clarice Hickox Kathryn
Mabel Milton, English Joe L. FIRES !
; Ann Robas, Charles Rogers, Ed- Ann Cenek, Anna Maria Graham, Cason David Grumpier Buddy William Franklin Cargal Theo- Rachel Ball, Beverly Lee Bo! Anne Jones Brenda Lee Kinser,
and Mrs.
Jones English MarilynJ.
Cough, secretary.; win Rowland, Violet Stembridge, Patricia Ann Hall, Esther Ruth Cryder, Robert Davies, John Doz- I dore Jay Flenniken, David French hannon, Erlene Broxton Dav.d Katherine Jeanette Lucas, Janet
James Smith Dwight Southwell, Lee Louise McSwain Teresa ier, Sammy Hargraves Jimmy Marie Mayo, Cathy Jean Miller
I Van Jean Lee, Jr., John Owen I Burghardt, Ronald Cowart Joanne : i SMOUYI
Mary Strickland, Deborah Thirsk" Edith Melton Patricia Ann Harris, Kenneth Hilton, Lawrence I Patricia Joyce Music: Linda
Junior High School Lloyd Steven Anderson Lynch Marie Dockery, Shearl! Denise i iI
\ John Watkins, Clifford White and Pickett, Brenda Ann Thomas Hutto Henry McDonald Troy I J Michael Samuel Millsaps William I Faulk David Gray, Elizabeth Mi- i Dianne Thomas Wanda Ann Scott I

The. Fernandina Beach Junior Earl Wilson. Mary Nell Carver Leonard Chester Minshew, Wes Sellers, James B. '.Douglas Morris Clifford Lenard zell Hardee, Brenda Sue Kcny,I and Vicki Eilcene Wilsher. I

liiga.Elementary School expectsthe Fifth Grade Mrs. Peggy Payne Beasley, Timothy Frank Dab Stewart and Michael Vizcarrondo.2nd i I Swails Jr., Michael Lynwood Tal- I Donna Carol Klein Lauren Michele \ 4th Grade Room 17 -

berly, Donald Lee Gregory, Vic- Grade Room 4 Leonard Allen Thrift Lowe Thomas Miss Janice Hilburn
largest enrollment in its his Ginny Alverson, Donna Blalock, 1 ton, Gary Malone Gaiy I
tory'this year. The anticipated<< Sammy Brown, Davy Brownlee, tor Hatton Carmie Alexander; Mrs. Willie Ina W. Harper Brunson and B. Carson White, Jr. I(I Meeks, Lorraine Meeks, Pamela I Sarah Lee Adler, Annie Jean '. cad
Hull, Patrick John Ivey, James -- -- - -- .
enrollment has made it necessary James Bush Keith Cason, Larry Tula Dianne Blalock Sheryl .d>..- -- --- -
abandon the special sixth grade I Davis, James Fussell Mitzi Graham Stephen Keen James Kent Music, Ann Boyett Linda Beth Byrd, !

clan that has been in operation Tony Green James Guest Claude Ed Nix, Randall Mark Cynthia Gail Corbitt, Linda Darlene 1 I .. ...

,; the past four years. James Harper, Steven Hendrix, Pipkin Ricky Windle Portier, Drury, Norce Anne Dudley, I
The Junior High-Elementary John Hewitt, Fay Higginbotham, Paul Kevin Puletti,. Wallace Don Phylis Joy Hutchings, Karon ,

faculty,for the 1963-64 term is &5 Ruby Humphreys, Robin Jones, I Rowland, Karl Michael Seitz Bei Lynn Forehand, Judith Ann Hol

follows: Emerson Fizer, principal; Patricia King Julia Lee, Charley I Wallace Spivey, Robby Robertson lis, Mary JoAnn Jones Debt r
Lewis Bean assistant principal, Lejune Jeff Lloyd, Mary Mierze- Todd, Karen Alison Lawrenceand Jean Music, Sharon Christine I

Mrs: Doris Beard secretary; Mrs.: jewski, Kathy O'Quinn Williau Dallas Toomes. Nichols, Deborah Ann Smith Sabrina -

Catherine Clarke, Mrs Rub/ Osborne, Sylvia Pendleton, Danny First Grade Room 1 Imogene Smith, Maggie

f Hollingsworth, Mrs. Martha MileheU Ryals, Franklin Sauls Billy Sut- Mrs. Frances Dudley Afternoon Susan Wood, Wendie Maureen

'i Mrs. Perry Payne and Miss ton, Marilyn Switzer, Marsha Tal- Ira Clent Alsept, Timothy Windle, Jerry Richard Dubberly

, Bobbie Stoker, fifth grade; Mr*. ton, Mary Vann and. Joseph Wil Wyatt Austin, Richard Thaddcus Charles Leronzo Dyess, Raymond

Frances Burghaidt, Mrs. Anne liams. Bryan Joseph Paul Benner Char- Milton Gough, Jr., Perry Raj-

Duey, Mrs. Janine Lee, and Mrs Sixth Grade Mrs. Anne Duey les Ray Byrd Lee Ben Clarke, Ham Vincent Whatley Holt, Alan

Louise Webb sixth grade; Miss Debra Atkins, Jackie Arnold III, Darrell Ralston Elrod, Jr., Duane Jackson, Marvin B. Johnson .

Dorothy Carpenter seventh grade Mary Ball Jan Beville, Barbara Maurice Franklin Faulk, Jr., Tony Jr., Phillip Wesley Jones, I II ,I
English; Miss Myrtle Dixon, Broadwater Patricia Cowart, Ann Ray Hair, David Randall Hr.men. )- Wiley Mitchell Lee, Brantley I )>
seventh grade math and girl's Crews Marcus Crumpler, John Walter Boyd Jackson Mark\ Long, Robert Leslie Lyle Gary IG

Physical Education; Lonnie Hol Dressler, Cliff Fox Kent French! Roger Johnson Curtis Matthew Wayne McKendree, William Matthew I _
seventh Geography i Daniel Rowland Robinson, Jr., William Rus
lingsworth grade John Gaskin Mary Godwin, Diana Larsen Thomas ,
4 ; John Piechocinski, boy's; Hair Bobby Hernandez Susan I Claude Lee' Rucker III, Billy Ray sell Shank Hing Wah Tommy I
Physical Education Mrs. Ann Po- 1 I Thompson Charles Miller Tomlinson Soo Hoo, Anthony Lynn Stubits
Kennamer, Mary Kight, Vickisj:
zega, seventh grade Math and Lee, Janice Lewellen, Beverly Lit- I I III Martha Beth Andrews, and David Richard Thompson.2nd .

Science; Mrs. Edith Johnson, tle, Beth Long, David Logue j I Sherri Darlene Carver Joi Michele Grade Room 8 C1

eighth grade English; A. R. Powell Mark Massey, Michael McMon-!I Jaynes Melissa Joyce Lay Miss Patricia McAleavy

eighth grade Ilistory; George agle, David Minshew, Rebecca Sheila Diane Parker, Robin Joy Teresa Irene Alsept, Laura

Tyson eighth grade Science; Moore Howard Murphy, Russell Roberts Barbara Ellen Schrantz, Lynne Berglund Sharon Ann Carter -- .

Mrs. Sandra Wortman, eighth Panke, Pete Peters Geneva Spi- Pamela Jean Starling, Rebecca Dorothy Nell Carver, Remona \. .

grade; Math; Mrs. Frances Young, vey, Jane Stouffer, Mary Rowland Sweat and Christopher Lathi op. Rois French, Margaret Lynn Gal- 1I 1\\

seventh and eighth grade Home Russell Taylor, Mary Wahliu First Grade Room 2 phin, Evelyn Jeanette Malone, !I 1I
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Economics; Mrs. Louise Walker, Mrs. Cleo Cook Morning JO'CtI I
Sherion Wilsher and Wayne Viz- Barbara Sue Melvin, Shirley (
Exceptional children, and Miss carrondo. Christy Cheryl Bohannon MaryLynn Mosley, Barbara Carolina Pend "OFFICIAL To Make(
Luetle Sawyer, Librarian. Sixth Grade Mrs. Janine Lee Carter, Cynthia Courson, leton, Suellen Hall Rodeffer I
The cafeteria- staff: Mrs. MarieCmby Garry Michael Cason, Kimberly Vicki Lynn Saunderson, Shirley
Judith Alday, Larry Bishop j
manager; Mrs. Mane Anne Gregory, Bonita Faye Harris Ruth Smith Janet Lee Thornton, FORD ,
Jones, Mrs Josephine Richards,1 Glynn Boatright, Brenda Boldea, Elaine Walters I A D For The
Mi'DQrr thy Roberts Mrs. Het- Fonda Brauda Beverly Brewer, Rita Carol Ragan, Darlene Edith Kathy I \
Elizabeth Richards Patricia LyiuSheffield Dianne Wilds Charles Raymond !
Deleene Byrd: Tommie Carver, CLEARANCE"ON
ena. Skipper, Mrs. Velma Thomas Brenda Sue Williams Ronald Isaac Flannery
[I Cowart j
Mrs. Roy Clements, Anita Cook, Rita
Lou Thrift
Mj Maggie Debra Sue Wilds, Debra Darlene James Michael Floyd, Carlton
Belle Mod and Mrs. Renntr Cook Rebecca Crews Stephen
New 64'sGet
::-.. Ensley, Rhett Harding, Kenneth 1 Wingate Peggy Ann O'Neal Thomas Freeman Clifford La ALL v
RyalsrAll Harris Diane Henderson, John Peter Catherwood, Daniel Cannon mar Gilliard Mark Aaron Henry, .*.
,, ci'enth and eighth grade Frank III, Stanley Howard Cottle Dan Larry Charles Hyers, Dewey Henry -
Hollis Cynthia Humphreys,
the auditorium
student will report to Jenkins John Johns Sara Johr- iel Miller Forehand David Hyers, Jones, William Allan Keller,

assumed at 8:15:their on Sept.home 3,rooms.to be I son, Deborah Jones, Dwight Key, Winson Ricky Herbert Steven ,Graham Daniel William Bruce Wallace Gayle Mark Lewis,Lancaster Stephen, Edward James These Great While Last

Fifth"and sixth grade students Sharon Lee, Shelia Roper, Mor- Buys They !
Edward Nettled
Rowland, Samuel Stegcr Leeper Walter Sparkman Lowe; Nease, Larry ,
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hay: f."beejT assigned to the following
Grace Strickland, Joseph Tyson, Glenn Wade Robinson Benjamin Robert Glenn Peters Steve Char-

,-...rooms.Fifth: Grace Mrs. George Wilds Vinzant, Bobby John Willis Wall Patricia Edward --I. Jimmy Thornton,Thrift David, Laurence James Howard Taylor Johnny les Roberts Wayne, Daniel Townsend.2nd Tanner. and Three Falcons ((1 Wagon) Three Fairline 500 ((1 I Wagon)

Rul>>)'e HollingsHorth Wingate and Ellagene Yawn. Wilson and Stanley Eugene Grade Room 7 -

Wayne Patricia Benner Bailey, ,Brenda Joseph Brazeil Bartel;,, Sixth Grade Burghardt- Mrs. Frances White.First Grade Room 2 Rebecca Blalock(Vacancy Marie) Carter. Eight Galaxie 500 Fastbacks & Sedans One Mercury Comet H.T. Coupe

Thomas"Byrd, Mary Jean Byrd Mrs. Ann Daniel Afternoon Maria Deonas, Janis Dougherty
Rodney Anderson, Michael Ash, ;
Benjamin Combs, Jacqueline Cook Mark Lawrence Bailey, Marion Donna Faulk, Marsha Geraghty,
Donald Brazcll Judy Brewer,
Billy Crosby DuBois Marianne Thomas Dopson, Clinton BroLynn Bryan, Char- Simms Beville, Richard Kin: Marigen Gooding Christine Lucas One Mercury Monterey Custom Sedan.F .
Ralph Dunman I
McClain Florence Mi-
lene Combs, Kenneth Crews, Ter Broxton William Dewey Byrd Kathy ,
Leslie Freeman, Cynthia Gas, Davis !I Russell Fullwood, Marcus Daniel! zell, Debbie Mickless, Cathy Reid
Davis, Troy Carolyn
W.iUiam: Hargroves: Pamela Kitt- ry Guest Bradley Eugene Holland, Fran Watson, Wanda Ryals Me-
Eidson David Ful- i
Dyess Sandra ,
rell, Iris Marie Lee, William U ep- ford, Gail Galphin, Patricia Candy I Alfred Ronald Lee, LawrenceWilliam linda sweat, Candy Perrin Chai- THREE DEMONSTRTORS LEFT "
er, Dennis Little, John McClellau Frederic les Dale
I Piper, Paul Brewer Raymond Bryan .
Cecil Hall, Ted Green Anita
Dclwrah-O'Xeil, Mary Patrick, Stewart, Robert Eugene Tanner, Burford, Billy Dubberly, Robert r --
Hall Carol Sue Hall, Wiley King, j
t RnssrU-Perd'ue, Catherine Philips, i Robert Thomas Tarpley, Jr., French, Richard Green, Gene .
1 Joe Rodeffer, Donna Ragan, Or- Lewis Bobby, Lee Janice, Marvin Melton Lee Betty, Brenda McCarthy I I James Randall Waits, Otis De- Hall, Dean Himmelman Gregory One Falcon V3 H.T. Coupe Two Galaxie 500 Sedans

ville Saunders, ita Steffens, Stanley Julan- lean Brower Patricia Joan Alverson Long, Duane Meeks, Stone Sellers -

1.Wahin Stewart Pamela, Jesse Tiner, Barbara I ne Owens, Marjorie.Merrow, Merrill Reynolds, Suzanne Rebecca Gertrude Douglas., Carl Sweat, James Taylor, One Air Conditioned i

Wallace and Sally I Shiver, Mary Sterling Sus- Melba JoAnn Hickox, Holly Faye Ray Thompson and Teddy Wal-

White. an Stewart, Shellie Stratton Hyers, Maureen Aurelia Leary, lace.
Fifth Grade Miss Bobbie Storer Nancy Jean Phelps, Brenda Jo 3rd Grade Room 12
Michael Tiliakos, Janice Tinser, -
Jimmy Avery, Sonya Beugnet, Michael Townsend and Susan Rowe, Donna Lynn Sims Cynthia Mrs. Marion U. Cheney Special Closeout Prices On

Mary Julia Brewton, Melviu waugh. Lou Taylor, Vickie Sue Turntr: Kathleen Elizabeth Babb Mur-

Broadwater, John Brogston, Wy- Sixth Grade Mrs. Louise Webb and June Marie Waybright. ial Lise Catherwood Bobby Mar
ehe Bryce, Thomas Burbank, Peggy First Grade Room 3 lene Cooper, Linda Faye Crejrs, Three 1.2 Ton Ford PickupsYES
Tim Belcher, Jill Beville, DavyBowers
Carter Crews, James Miss Marilyn Hitchcock Mornin Marie
Joan Guest, Shelia LynJHyers
; Patty Bryant, Billy BUlI -
Curt Marsha Daniel, Cynthia Trubee Karen Darlene Barnard, Janice Patricia Ann Mills, )Iafam )'-
I bank, Bobby Burton Byrd,
Fowler, John Freeman, Mama
Da- Sue Wanda !
Deane Crosby Susan Denise Millsap Sue Mizel,
French, Pamela Giddens Charles Rhonda Glenda Christian Crews, Russell Donna Cooper Davis. vis, Ruth Cecile Fortner Lawaiii Patricia Marlene Nickleson Lily FOLKS THIS IS WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR. THE
Hall, Cynthia Hickox, Windle ,
Pearl Rowland
Ann Green, Belinda Thompson Judy Delaine Tay
Connie Entrminger Earl Gibbs,
I Higginbotham, Max Hord James Melonia Ann Middleton, Joy Den- lor, Gerald Bowden Burford Eu- -

Jacobs Ricky McDonald Joni Jones, ,William Patricia Miller Jones,, I Gordon Larry Hendrix Gill Rhonda Ann, James Hardee Gillespie Barbaia Carmen, Ladd ise Nora Powell Louise Barbara Vittarie Boyne, Ava Pyron Anita, gene Foster Riley, Larry Floyd Hugh, Frank Fullwood Thomas, 64's ARE COMING SOON AND WE MUST MAKE ROOM.

Cyrithfr Piper Rodney Pun-is Wilson, John Bayard Britton, David Richard Geiger, Michael l
Hogan, Joy Jernigan, Jack"leJohns
ter Bonnie; Nancy Quattlebaum Rowland,,John Lester Spivey Rit, Kathy Johnson, Bonnie Phillip Wayne Burford, Ronald Randall Ray Gill, Howard James Harold Jones Helton These/ Last !

JohA Todd Bobbie Turner, Jamie Kitrell, Brenda Little, Richard Eugene, Charles Cobb Delmus, Jan Crews Wesley, Albert Cooper Morgan Kittrell, James, Rand BrianMa"o Hurry Down -- Won't long
Massey, Johnny McClane, Johnny
Ann White and Richard Wilcoi McDaniel, Charlotte McGuirt Joseph Crowley, Ernest Jack Da- Lloyd Kenneth Roland David .

,}'iftb.Gradr( Mrs. Martha Thea Laine McKendree, Craig i vies, John Kevin Drake, Charles Allan Russell, Charles Loren
Mitchell Marcia Edward Grant John Steven lIe t. Stinson and Joseph Brass Taylor.3rd .
Mears, Miller, Joe Mizeh,
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Victor Bockleman Judy Brown, Joy Thrift and Deborah Williamson. James Edward Inman,. Leonard L Mrs Geraldine Norris LAS SERRE MOTOR COMPANY

Robert Burch Rebecca Byrd, Lyons, Bruce Theo Massey, Robert Drue Bean, Debra Blalock, Lu-
Ricky Campbell, Cheryl Cannon Brian Shepard, and John M. Ann Dockery Mary Hadden Avi-

Chuck Chaplin, Kathy Crews, Elementary School Thornton. lea hey, Bonnie Jones, Dianne
Clyde Davis, Jack Dickens, Buddy First Grade Room 3 Lee, Debra Mixon, Florence Par-

Flannery Robert ,Godwin, Mrs. Mary Libby, principal, announces Mrs. thelma Lewis Afternoon tin, Gail Perry, Beverly Ann Rowe,
Mark Hadden, William Hair, Jac that double sessions will SOUTH EIGHTH STREET-
Pamela Lynn Brown, Susar. Debbie Snowden, Diane White,
queline Harper, Vivian Harvey I be held for first grade this year Gayl Canape, Patricia Anne Carter David Clough, Jessie Crews Cecil Since 1910 PHONE 261-3819

Mary Lee Hyers, George Ivey, I The morning session will begin Barbara Gladys Douglas, Valerie Gaines, Al Giddens, Albert Godwin :

Donna Jackson, Esther Kavouklis, at 8:15: and dismiss at 12:15 and Lynn Hardaker, Minnie Lee-I David Hardee, Gregory Hill l.

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42; Compete In News-Leader Junior Golf Tourney .1+I

News-Leader Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, August 29, 1963 Page Sven I II

I Ted Gedeon And Mary Phinney Capture Top Division Honors;; just two weeks. The dators..and I I

Jackets meet in Atlanta on September -
i, 14, the game being 'telei f

G deon, Burgess, .... .v...., J I Sports SlantsBY I'!I vised over the nation. Personally
}' 7 y.rrv ; we think this is Florida's year,
i but time will tell.
Poole In "SuddenDeath" ,. ., ... *
Jake Bunch, the old Pro himself -
Playoff I has been confined to in!
softball season ended List I women's softball when we omit local hospital 1 for the past week.

Tile Fernandina Beach New 0 week, with Young's defeating Cal- I ted the fact that Mary Reynolds, ; Jake is hoping to pet out by Fri-
Leader Junior Golf Tournament j lahan on Friday night, 1-0, then catcher for Moore's team, belted ,;> day, but if he hasn't he would
took big stride forward in # T winning the Nassau County title a home run. Surely, was sorry although j i like for his friends to drop by t.}
a -
in popularity ,/ i1 with a 2.1 victory on Saturday i hitting home runs is a'' see him.
with 42 participants the
I night Young's was behind 1-0 minor thing for Mary because i
fourth annual event, staged Monday lt, wtY j I 11
at the Fernandina Beach Golf\ with two out in the final inning she usually belts many during a I Ray Geiger, Callahan softball
Bill Cox reached first after '
Course.An ; when season. pitcher, must wonder what a\ pitcher =
exciting "sudden death" : 'x; 0 being hit by a pitched ball, stole i has to do to win a game.
d r second and scored when the Cala- i! Pete Schuiling reminds us of I with
playoff provided all the thrills Geiger had Young's beat 1-0
# catcher tried him off Little slated
han to pick the League
banquet ;
normally}] associated with major : two out in the final frame, 2
second and threw wildly into the for September 12 at the Junior
tournaments when three boys tied: strikes on Bill Cox for the find
for the overall championship in outfield. Bryant Tucker then rap- i High Cafeteria. Awards and cer- out, then lost to Young's, 21.
'. : ped a home run to score the winning I tificates will be presented to Lit-I
the 18 holes of regular play + kt ; Geiger had pitched no-hit ball un
Ted Gedeon was low in the 15 ,r,, x ,' r. tally. j tie League players on that night. til Tucker's hit after Cox had bat-
,'4... n'Y $ Walt Dunbar, WFGA sports an- '
but ted. That is about U
tQ 17 'age group two young just as near :
golfers, Price Poole and Granville! ;' vn. M.r The Fernandina Beach Pirate nouncer, will be the speaker Tor winning as one could get, then to
Burgess, had identical scores of are working out twice daily getting 'I the occasion. i i lost it"We
84 in the 13-14 group to tie Ged- G r v.tx. ready for the coming foot- ok.r s
ball season. Coach Benner has a : The Sheriff's Water Patrol
eon for the overall lead. of this testimonial
are in receipt
full scrimmage lined up for the made another rescue last week
In the sudden death playoff all from advertiser
boys on Friday of this week be when Roy Jackson and DeputeJohnny an :
three boys tied on the 19th hole 'Your ads results.
sure bring Mylost
fore he gives them the day off Bodine pulled in Joe Bar
with Poole three-putting from J4'sx
dog has been
Monday. There isn't too much to nard and Bill Dopson from Beach returned -
twelve feet and Burgess missinga "
with four Leon W
pups' -
comment on yet, but it appearsthe Creek. Roy said a third man way:
3Q-inch putt to give Gedeon anew Berry, )It. Adams (\Va h.) Sun.
will of in the boat
zb Pirates have plenty ,, but for some reason ;
life after he had taken a six. _nnn _nn m__ nnuu__ __ in__ __.______ __ ___ ..___ weight this year. j I was up in the front where he II II I
On the 20th hole, Gedeon annexed -
the overall title with a par: TROPHY WINNERS in the annual Fernandina Beach Steve Stubits, Dennis Dozier, Leighton Shave, Jr., Hugh |I could not be seen until they lane MORE SPORTS

5. Poole and Burgess both had News-Leader Junior Golf Tournament are pictured at the Stone, III, Bubba Quattlebaum Ted Gedeon Granville Bur' Bud Holt reports from the !,I!ed at Porter's Fish Camp. The i j i

sr.es to carry the match for their gess Price Poole, Mary Phinney, Ange Shurley, Connie Ocean Pier that the wind anJ I I Man Porter Barnard.
flight to the 21st hole. local links after completion of play Monday and awarding Entzminger Janice Tiner Sally Johnson and Nina, Her rough seas have held down fish-,I I i ON PAGE 9UWORTOONS
Poole overshot tha and of Head Pro Ed Mattson. Leftto::( ing in recent days. The North-I I The Jacksonville Suns will play
green-..... .. trophies by 1 right, ring. (See accompanying story for details of the tourney). I easter we had several days didn't'help their final game of the season at --- .>...- -
+ + + + + :
1 matters as far as he is con : home on Friday night, so if any
.... .h.. .. .. .... ..... ,.,. I
Burgess was short by about the Weisner and Jimmy Burns.In "" cerned. Pompano and big whiting of you fans want to see the
Coming .Soon.! same distance. Both boys chippedup I the girls division, Mary ? p rwna have been the main catches in H'e I hapless Suns play, Friday night :

to with n 5 feet. Burgess miss : Phinney emerged 'as championwith ': morning, with Spanish mackerel will be your last chance. j BY DC LAND 1 HE W1UIAMS
1 'r
Punt-Pass-KickrContest' ed his putt and Poole sank to Ange Shurley in the runnel : :i in the afternoon. I tt/
capture the title in the 13-14 age up slot Next came Jo Tyson and 1 # ok The Florida Gators will be playing -i ti'-

'. group for boys.In i Candy Caldwell. The girls were We made another grave mistake Georgia Tech in the opening ...+ t!
the 15-17 group, Bubba ; competing in the 1415"age. bracket. last week in our writeup of game of the football season in II w

Registration! Begins Quattlebaum came in second lo ,,>' '.T. i
September 3 Gedeon with an 8G for runnerup 1 In the 11-12 age group'for'girls, i
\ t
honors. Others in the flight were Janice Tiner copped the first : :
For n tails-Inq' h'elassorrc' I Steve Beckett and Billy Miller i I place trophy and Connie: Entz- ;,'.' ( 'r :
Motor I Back of Poole and Burgess in I minger: Vann came was in third.runnerup. Caimeu! 5 'YY;; GUN REBLUING SERVICE .

Company I their flight were Wesley Poole, Hugh Stone III won the title ;, 4e FACTORY METHOD USED ,

-M.. Johnny Scarboro, Mike' 'Arm I for boys in the 10-12 flight ana tI j"< i ej

= I I'W strong, Chipper Hall, Johnny ,I Leighton Shave, Jr., was runner- (
-- -- ----
I up. Others competing in thi3 i

group were Bruce Gregory, i\1!
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Morris, Paul Schrantz, Windle i say
Higginbotham and Mack Steger.
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SUBURBAN PROPANE Nina Herring captured top "W.IIallliI.t;;; hI/!ifycu miss'y
'4S. ,(.tie; ::rtyc.rcout.THE ."
honors for girls in the 9-10 group SATISFACTION GUARANTEED!
PRESENT with Sally}] Johnson a close sec a ;
UNIVERSITY : ond. Cathy Vann and Esther Kav- k@f r aH PALACE
ouklis finished third and fourth.In Contact H. L. GODWIN

ON WPAP : the competition for boys 9 4 :4
I years old and under, Steve Stu Phone 26-5198 FLORIDA OLDEST
\ J IEGl 4 4",19 !))\ al l;.: bits won the*t5Ue\- eiand.Dennis \ ? rc.t '., .. I, AND MOST HISTORIC ,

FioVida Gators. vs Ga. T ech"Y ell ow ''Jackets Dozier was: runnejup. Others ti Member National Rifle Association : FjWrtf JfKtiw act for the
competing were Jimmy Johnson,
Timothy McKee, Alan Dozier, \
Tony Stubits and Johnny Dozier Yw 4 ;i 1iS --.- -- -

The large field reflects the increasing I
interest each year in the n
tourney and brought speculationthat
1 the field would probably FERNANDINA BEACH

reach 60 in 1964.

(Editor's note: The News-

Leader is grateful to Head !)ruEd LITTLEST GOLFERS OF THEM ALL in the News-I "JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWNBEACHES" y,

Mattson for his smooth hand Leader junior tourney were these two "par-busters", i
ling of the tourney details, to Abs'stant -
: Pro Bob Larsen for his Johnny Dozier, left, and Tony Stubits. The two youngsters -
said they may not have walked off with of the
work with the throughoutthe
Get all 3 juniors Furnished These and Business MenGeorge's
Are Your Tires Servicesfor Summer and his'aid with the loot but they sure got to take a I lot of whacks_at the ball. 1

I tourney, to the members of the

Wearing Unevenly? onlyBraces Fernandina Beach Ladies Golf Suburban
Association for providing and Pirates Shaping Up To Tackle Woodbine i 1 FLORIDA'S

._ Squealing? 95 ; the serving youngsters sandwiches between and drinks rounds to i Machine Shop FIRST Propane Gas Co.
In Game of Season 20BY
Car Pulling To 9 and at the completion of pay! ; Opening Sept. GOLF COURSE l

Any and to all those who assisted as'j' i ii 1 2 N, FRONT ST. SERVING ALL
Left or :Right? American i scorekeepers and marshals.) : CURT GORDON { Benner is pleased with theopening I EXCELLENT YOUR NEEDS IN
.,.. i Machine Work 18-HOLE LP GAS AND
Car I 'Coach Wayne Benner put his ; scrimmage of the )"eal''and
football candidates through their: has a full scale scrimmage:: i Welding, Brazing LINKS GAS APPLIANCES
; Hardee's All Stars second week of practiceuth son: I''lined .up for' five' o'clock trio y Marine 7 South 7th St.
scrimmage work. According to afternoon at the practice field. Repairs

For Safety's Sake., 1 Balance Battle To 2-2 Tie'i :i Benner his players are progress- The first game of the year will Special Service To Phone 261.3661

.. Let i ling, as expected, readying themselves be against Camaen; County; at Shrimp TrawlersAll TIDESat
I US. /Both Front WheelstAOO I,i Hardee's and the All-Stars.f bat for the initial game of the VNoodoine and the Pirates will be Work Guaranteed T. H. KING

tied to a 2-2 stalemate last Fri year against Camden County of I on tne road again the lolloping i i
: day night in women's softball : c- Woodbine, Georgia on Septem- '! week ,when they travel to: aine.s' ; Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. PHOTO SHOP
tion. Hardee's took a 1-0 lead in 20 at the Georgia city. vihe! to tackle f. K. k'onge. rice Monday Thru Saturday JETTIESAdd

Il/r* W5uM9gSftL3 I the sixth only to see the AU\>Stara The Pirates are still working first home game will be uctober Phone Day 261.3711 30 Minutes Fer Roll Processing

Includes New I go ahead with a 2-run seventh out twice daily with the first 4 against Green Cove Springs.i :. Night 2(1-5338 Fernandina Harbor Developing & Printing
inning. Hardee's knotted the score I session at seven in the morningand I i __ Kodak Film
Weights _
:... s i, i HIGH
,. ::,a, _-- 'with, a run in the,. last'of the the second session at four : Nassau Servicemen LOW Photo SuppliesMovieColored
(1 : seventh to tie th* game, which i in the afternoon. BE WISE.I & Regular
2. Align was called because of a time 1! As expected the tough work ': in wltt Strike III .- Friday, Aug. 30 Weddings

; limit. I II I jis taking some toll of the players : Training I 4:00: a.m. 10:28: a.m. Portraits by Appointment Only
Front End During
? Mary Thrasher led,, Hardee'swith through injuries. George I "Porcelainize"LASTS 4:50 p.m. 11:24: ,p.m.
y : 2 hits with Jimmie Town- Sheffield, big Pirate tackle, has SPAKiANBUiCG, S. C. (AH- Saturday Studios At 504 Ash St.

send, Deasy Mattox, Carrie Aiarez been slowed with an injured ;, Tl\q) Army Reserve rfpecui'uc i 3 OR 4 TIMES Aug 31 Phone 261-4586
\ Ann Herrington and hand. Alan Cover has a pulled tour hienaid ti. lara: u, 20 ; LONGER I 4:59: a.m. 11:22: a.m.
Taunce Smith collecting hits. muscle in his back and can't go sun ox ilr. and t+trs. rlojd A. ; 5:43 p.m.Sunday. -
Aliff Knight and Sarah Franklin at top speed. Mike Rice, one of Lai-dell, J14: him bt., paiticipatca : ORDINARY WAX JOB Your Ad Here
led the All-Stars with 2 hits the three Rice brothers On the in exercise brtiFl' D 1 rt1Ill, i Sept 1

Replacement ..: each, with Linda Sigraon, Mary squad, has a bruised shoulder..I a b. ::So strike: Command: exercise ; LASSERRE MOTORCO. 5:53 a.m. 12:14 a.m. Will
parts if needed and torsionbat Reynolds, Helen Jernigan, Rhonda Red Forehand and Mike Pikulaare in Oeoigia and :orin and fcoiuacaroiwa 6:31: p.m. 12:13: p.m. Be Seen
adjustment not included. ice.; Guest, Marsha Hamilton, Pa out with sprained ankles. All : curing ms: two weeks vi'j
wl. tricia Scarboro and Carolyn of these injuries with the Monday, Sept. 2
came !I annual acme uuty training. S. 8th St. Ph. 261-3819 By Over
3. Adjust Knight sharing in the hitting fr first scrimmage this week, but i'i Also participating in the exercise -I 6:42 a.m. 12:59: a.m.

:i Brakes and Repack the All-Stars. :! none are of a serious nature II I was Army rfC David .1. 7:17 p.m. 1:02: p.m.
A BOX SCORE: i I which will keep them out of the ; 7,500 Readers'Porter
Front Wheel Bearings All-Stars ab r h :,: opening game of the year. 'j I iCuua t aincs,G.son arnes ox MI.hilliara.ailir1' and. Mr& +j Going Fishing? Tuesday, Sept. 3 ;

A. Knight, ss 402 : Ned Tyson, veteran quarter- 7:30 a.m. 1:43 a.m. ,
S. Franklin cf 302 : 'I : Sliiihn ill, wmcn ender &
i I back, has been doing a fine job in'! 8:01 LoyequistGeneral
.. I i L. Gill, 2b 300L. the sessions far. Tyson is the !Aug. 10, invuivaig more tiuuo +I Visit Us For : p.m. 1:50 p.m. Contractors

p I> Sigmon, Ib 301 leader type and is expected loi "< ,A/0 armed ioii.es pcisonnci, Complete Line Of Wednesday, Sept. 4
sl' Seals !' M. Reynolds, c 2' 0 1 ; guide the Pirates during the cam- ,i i prated two USK forces against eacu Fishing Tackle SPECIALTIES --
M H. Jernigan, rf 311 ; paign. Ray Rowe, former lineman, j Otuer and muuueu airooiiie 111&n-1! Rods t Reel 8:17 a.m. 2:36 a.m. WOODWORKING "
s } R. Guest, 3b 211 is now working out at left halfback ;ewers, luiigiuauihce airmis, au-l Outdoor Camping 8:44 p.m. 2:37 p.m. CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS f.

.. M. Hamilton, ,If 3011' and is doing a fine job .adjusting I g1'VLLULL support' nilssiyua dULL : Equipment Thursday Sept. 5 KITCHEN AND BATH
.4 rk o +Y? I P. Scarboro, sf 301..I| to his new assignment. I vthUergueraula operations I RE110DELIXGComplete f.f
ill i d Knight, p 3 0 lt, Richard Schomas is coming aloe,; a: VtC14llSL arum u regularly 9:03: a.m. 3:10 a.m. "
S t1 Totals 29. 2 11 ,:i fine in the backfield and is counted '. asS'6i.1 10 meiiKia/ juaiury i 9:29: p.m. 3:25 p.m. Showroom
S 4JUSI say CHARGE irTake i Hardee's ab r h''I on for heavy duty during the foute rru>oner-of-I at Camp, aa i BEACH SUPPLY For Color Coordination 1j j

its Townsend, rf :301 coming season. Wayne Arnold, Army fkcaerve unit inav".syuvme. i I 112 Atlantic Are 211-4482 ft G.odatte t1dIl cogrt.sicoin Phone 261-3068 1
months to pay Thrasher, If 302 fullback, is expected to be heard j J Survey
Becton, Ib 3 0 C'from at his post Arnold is inexperienced '! cardell is a 1954 graduate of I
Mattox, sf ,3 1 I ;, but has the ability toi:i Miami Ldisoa iiign dcouoL: he I
I : I
I Henderson, c" 200 overcome that when the season''!received a oachtlurs degree lititfod

Beach Alvarez, p 301 begins. '' now iiiinoia Injuiuie uxiccnnoiugy FUN I IN THE SUN 'j .
)Hernngton, 3b .201 Butch Williams, 220 potuul I' in cmcago. tie b''I, :
Davies, cf 300'' tackle, is expected to be one of ,empioyru as a teacher at Ucean- : AT FERNANDINA BEACH
: Supply Mullis, 2b 0 1 0 the outstanding linemen this '.WilY school Ao. b in Duval j' r

,,, T. Smith, ss 3 0 J I Williams is an experienced Count)*. FISHING BOATING SWIMMING
Totals 25 2 7 man who picked op some 7e&r'j' !

118 ATLANTIC AVE. PHONE 2614482ki I! All-Stars 000 000 2 2 111,over the summer And big :fry A Classified '' GOLFING AND JUST PLAIN "LIVI.V ,

'l Hardee'< 000 001.1- 7 are expected, .

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I Eight News-Leader, Fernandlna. Beach,:.Florida :.Thursday, August 29, 1963 I: -- -- ..; ----::...-- -,: 1 JIf&JliL--"

News From 00 Late ('\ Y --


SANDY DeSAN'DEO I I While few people realize it WILL BE f

THURSDAY AUGUST 29th. ,I at 7:30: p.m. i Florida was the principal battle- CALIFORNIA
I Men and 'Boys' Health Club in. 'ground for one of the most b $ J
Teen Club in the Game Roomat )
the Health Club Room, day and i amazing agricultural, pest control CLOSEDLABOR SIZE.
7U5 P.M. ,evening. I programs ever conducted. j 21s 1
)fen and Boys' Health Club intb' SUNIHY.'SEPTEMBER 1st (1 Florida cattlemen and farm-! i

Health Club Room, day and '..lutheran Church, Meeting in ers were losing livestock ,to the 1? FOR !
1 I
evening the Conference Room at 11:00 a.m. tune of over $20 million annually Li' li

as were cattle producers in ;
'' ,
FRIDAY, AUGUST 30th. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER. 2nd.-. other Southern states. i DAY :

Adult Ceramics in the ctramir Ballet Class (Teens) in the Their enemy was the screw-I ;0 ti 5 HORMEL COOKED CANNED '
Room at 9:30: a.m., Martha Jean I Auditorium at 3:30 P.M., JulanneOwens' worm. This vicious killer hatched'in 0 D St OR
Puletti, InitSubTeen .- Inst.. maggot form from the eggs PleaseStock! S9 i411 j iF i
Club in tha Game Pre-Teen. of an adult fly which were deposited 3 .
Ballet Class ( ) in the:
'itJ ;
Room at 7:15 pin.Men '_ j I Auditorium at 4:30 P.M., Julanne, I in any open wound that Quantity,Rights Reserved Up Early for Hm l.9 $2 : \ I

and Boys' Health Club in i Owens, Inst. j cattle or hogs might acquireIsuchas.a Prices Good 31st the CAN
Jhru-August Holidays
the Health Club doom, day and f Island Squares; Club in the I .' cut from barbed wire. ,.. GREEN \
evening Game Room at 7:30 p.m. |t The maggots gorge on living WINN.DIXIE STORES, INC.-COPYRIGHT-1963 AMPS
Jaycees meet in Conference I tj flesh destroying the animal theyi f
SATURDAY, AUGUST 31st.- j Room at 7:00 p.m. 0 i i attack. : ,j;'"":,'-&T.t"". v", ," ..'" ,;,::: ..'' ." ,, X ':'.,:\"''.-' ....... .'..:",',", '

Teen Club in the Game Room 4 Adults and Teen Ceramics i The pest ranged in warmer cvy .,
__ _..:::... I Class! in the Ceramics Room at I I I climates of the Southern states' r
7:00 P.M.: Hugh: Sides, Inst. I and the situation was becoming
J Men and Boys' Health Club in desperate. How could the fly be :;,--: Choice Sugkind I.,
i the Health Club Room, day and eliminated? The situation seem e ter

I evening. : ed hopeless until two young en- ,. M } .i SItCES
tomologists with the United];
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd. States Den !tment of Agriculure -'; :' Included. .I

I came ., with a proposalthat Sweet Hickory Smoked
i Ceramics Class (ages 10 and ,
they hoped might work. j
.til) Jn the Ceramic Room at S.Si:
I P.M., Hugh Sides, Inst. Their study of the life cycle ;,
j I of the fly revealed that the fe-i
Tap Dance Class in the Audi (
males mated only once then <
torium-at .3:30 P.M. ( 7 thru
: ages
shuqned males thereafter. If the HAMSSHANK
/ ; 11), J lanne' Owens' Inst. males could be sterilized in sufficient -:, 'r iM+h 'N .. ,:
!| Ballet Class (ages 9, 10 and 11)) numbers eventually the :
;, In'the Auditorium at 4:30 P.)!.., i problem would be solved. !II EC f:
;, Julanne Owens, Insti I The entomologistsere: Dr. ': 5ypt1S w .

i i 'Adult. Ballet, -Exercises in the Raymond C. Bushland and Edward i
I;I Auditorium at '8:00 P.M., Julao- F. Knipling. So fantastic j
!'ne Owens, Inst.Barbershoppers. was their scheme that little at- DEPAATMfNt OF <' A

1 in the Confer. tention was paid to them. How i .-' o'
would they catch the flies, how \
.ence. oom at 8:00 P.M. i| .r
would they sterilize them? I HALF
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th j Then ,Knipling moved up to jI
Pick I become head of the Agricultural j SUPERBRAND ALL41 ORS y;
Private Party in the Conference LB.

Room at 7:30: Club P.M.in J Research. Under Laboratory his direction at Orlando. many-!: Ice (learn Half 49 : -
4 Sub Teen Game Roomat I sensational: results in insect con I '"
7:15 p.m.Ceramics'. trol such as repellents and @ G .
Class (ages 12 and ; sprays were developed. I f E 2
C i l'! Y
l 13)) in the Ceramics Room at 3:30 I Not until 1950 d'd! they find MORTON APPLE, CHERRY, PEACH, COCONUT :? WHOLE OR BUTT HALF }
P.M., Hugh Sides, Inst. the answer to sterilization in I

Adult Ceramics Class in the cobalt-CO. Now all they had to I II 3 Fam. 1 "$. ,,.,,
Fruit 1. 0' HAM 49
do the flies. The idea !! LB.W" 'i1
minutes we'll give it to Conference Hugh Sides,Room Inst. 7:00-10:00: : P.M., I was was ridiculous.catch But they had a Size j," .

you In a Du Pont Paint, better would raise } .. ",
Men and Boys' Health Club in : one ,, :- .., T"1"'""":"t. .. f, :'V", ,.: ,, '\."":" :. ,; : '-, .J: .?r
Color Master tol ,
from our the Health Club Room day and i their own flies, millions of them, <:Ji < : +S ,ft. -t.,< +:.',..t '?"'f\ ,,4C

,,paint Mixing Machine, evening. I and after sterilization turn them I ,
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Get precisely the shade you want THURSDAY;. SEPTEMBER I 5th..."loose where wild flies were prevalent 1 ".: : l r1 r l t d (
.. need irr the
the amount.you
correct Du Pont finish for the job. Ballet Class (ages 3 and 4)) in I It was a daring, fantastic I 1 101 OFF ra Green Stamps I
More than 1200 colors availableto the Auditorium at 10:00: A.M., scheme. Objections were heardon WITH TUS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF p

match drapes, wallpaper, rugs. Julanne Owens,Inst. every side. Some cattlemen ..,,-.' --' ..-- Two.'CH..o". ,--
Ballet Class (ages 6 yrs) in the I':said if they tried to release any Lit.i.'1t ::_ ,.._. 1_ J -:: CHOCOLATE ECLAIRS ...
files in their area they would be
Auditorium at 2:30 P.M., Julan
'!shot down. AUGUST 31ST
; ne Owens, Inst. I I
The state ot'Florida was ideal AT A N Y WINK DIXIE
i i Ballet Class (ages! 5 and 6 yrs) : for an all out test. Surrounded ,I I z ON ALL 10 MWMW mmwtw tdI
'in the Auditorium at 3:30: ,P.M.,
water three sides reinfes-
by on
Julanne Owens, lnst.i \ 1
I tation would bf less apt to occur -, 6 BOTTLE
i Ballet Class (ages 7 thru 9)) in i than elsewhere. Millions of : .. .!
I 1'.f 0 t
I the Auditorium at 4:30: P.M., Jul : flies were bred in the laboratory I 1 d / 1'I 'I i i d 'I
anne Owens, Inst. :and all were sterilized before I Ii CARTON
J i Ceramics Class (adults) in the |being released. 50 Erira3f t Qreen Stamps ,

i Ceramics Room 3:30: P.M., Hugh :, The campaign against the PINEBREEZE MEDIUM SIZE GR. WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
SIdes, nstSenior dreaded screwworm 'in Florida i jJ "A"SOFT 1 1 TIIREt ( Kls. TROPICANA '
Citizens Club in the Conference proyed successful The research FRUITBARS :
Nassau I Room at 7:0q P.M. I and effort of the entomologists jI 1 I h *
Building EGG S aoom.u AUGUST"TAT :
Men and Boys' Health Club in I paid off handsomely' and today I 1
the Health Club Room, and 1 ANY WINN-DIXIE
day is DRINKS
the longer
... i screwworm no a I I n d
& Supply Co. evening. | problem in Florida. 1 1 1 .-.
I Space does not permit telling 1 ',1
1129 S. 8th Street "Running a newspaper is one ';the whole fascinating story in I I : limit 2 ctns. with _
PHONE 201-3618 place where you cannot get lost one' short column but the July 1 d
because we've got half of our I issue of True magazine carries i 2: 69 1 $5. food order or _

([(JfDID] ) Paillts subscribers" telling us where to an article by Byron W. Dairy-I Doz more at lOt off 50 *?/" reen Stamps1))? '
..- 1 go. A. W. Karcher, Inwood mple entitled "Sex and Science i! I .
(la.) Herald.. Doom a Pest" which tells the I II PURCHASE Of
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r- T Ii story in detail and reveals plans J
..' -- : for expansion of the program to 1 JUliA FISH"COOO

: all infested areas in a campaign : THRU AUGUST 31ST
to eliminate the screwworm pest ;
There Is : for all time.Floridians. r w4GrE 1s AT ANY WINN-DIXIE \ .
_(( ,
will find it interesting
reading. I I Miracle WHIP T. 39, GREEN raw

Always A"BESTPlACE" i
"There are three traffic problems -
'I urban, Suburban and SAVE 1 10* EACH HUDSON TWJN PACK wF GwE ,
bourbon."' I ;' ra M teen a1n s ,

T ow.els .1 ROLL -PKG.12CZ..CAN. 191 STAMrS wfTH TH s couPOrtl ND'PUR +SE aF


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Coin OperatedMrs. 1 *
Doris Howard, .
I 'i d 1 d
Manager F iii 1 u 7 r'r r r wt WE MExira f Green
1 1I Stamps l
:= MORTGAGE LOANS 14th & Beech Sts. I sSOExtra z.it:OreenSianips EftO' Extra awf Green Stamps I 1 WITH.TH1S COUPON AND PURCHASE.OF

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: 'YOU WILL I Receive StraightfprJword -- 6I I 1 i PIZZA j>IE CREOLE wk Wvf THRU AUGUST JIST

G0.EEr. I
Advice Here About Every AT ANY: fhiN-DIXIE AT ANY WINN-DIXIE dA STAMPS r j


Aspect of A Mortgage Loan. d,..Ii'7 --.: ::--. 0. .'-"-. J'

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= 10u WILL Find It A Pleasure \ mm I CHOICE I 1 .1 S'PEC'I.A": -- .a.

Jo Deal Here With Friendly And 1 -r VACUUM PACKED li': VAN' -CAMP- -

:f Experienced People.STOP I ; Astor Coffee vj t;. Pork &: Beans \ .

: @ mstrongt t- --4
: IN TODAY AT THI ; : .. .

-- t VINYL 1-LB. CAN e} 300 CAN Ii: '

: f: : J ] :: -. SAVE 5'/2< EA. ,/

t"l f
.sr __ food order or more.
vinyl floor to o,
.meet every taste HOUSE Save 10,: a .. BLUE or WHITE DETERGENT ,.

FERNANDINA FEDERAL SAVINGS i iI' i and budget Caffee CAN 59x j Arrow GIANT 481J ,:

-- Porter & t .
1 I ( Limit "
b LOAN ASSOCIATION 1 with $5.00 or ., ; SAVE 11< EACH }

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.. expenditure was so far short of News-Le ader Fernandina Beach Florida I
"'::'::' Thursday, August 29,1963 Page Nine j
::::::;'f!' I what The many disappointment feel was minimal resulted? I I

from of In result of the various forces that I man who presented the amend Of course Karl did not do this 1
'7.jI a variety things.
t CAPITOL trast to past sessions, this one pulled and tugged at one another.It ment to limit the proposed $125 alone. He balked at the economics 1
V was a spending session. It has i i should be remembered that Ii million bond program to $75 million of an expensive bond pro ;
i been difficult for from some of the forces who resisted for the coming biennium was gram. He had help in putting restrictions 'I i
I ; ) LETTERBY Gov. Farris Bryant everyone on down, to most strongly the proposed $125 f Rep. Fred Karl of Volusia, who on the bond financing I
# cx million for and received the 75- the and ,
s adjust to the seeming alarming spending program new i helped push from Republicans others.
tad needs of this state, which is in buildings were not the so-called | 25 state-county contribution, to the '' But Karl's stand possibly illustrates (

7 T'st. f. JERRY MOCK an expansive stage in industrial conservative spenders, but the' minimum foundation program (de the push and shove that ;

t. TALLAHASSEE The money development public school bloc, that is to say layed by a year) and the $350- has been going on among the I

7 spent by the 1963 legislature for Maybe more than anythingelse those who represented public $550 raise for public school teachers ever expanding forces competingfor

: % : education sounded like a fantastic the_disappointment. was the schools through high school. The (but not across the board). the state's income. '
amountThe __
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bond bill for new college 1..1. hJl-.M": I
buildings alone was enough to 1 I

stun most of us Floridians $80 j
million more or less. !
I yE Yet by some it was considereda
disappointment. It did not ap j ITcTvI fl1N
,I '.\ proach, for instance, the minimum 7jT
requirements set by the recent ,
i E: McDonad report to allow i

r ., b PV'a. Florida merely to catch up with .
'the average states in the U. S.,
.J 'I let alone the more advanced ones. 1 1I
|I As an instance, the Universityof I
tj Florida asked for $18 million
I for engineering school construeI -
, I tion. It received less than that 1 .1
f rt J
figure for all its building I Ijeets. .1t
THE. LARGEST OF SIXTY RED BASS caught by these five fishermen are shown at pro +

t c Sportsman's Wharf where they docked Saturday morning. The bass ranged from 13 Vocational schools were thrown 1 i Y t

l to 50 pound Standing, Dan Ellis, left and E. W. Terry of Nassauville. Kneeling, into the pot somewhat as an afterthought .1.j
left tu right, Francis Ellis of Jacksomillc and Nassauville, Kenny Wilder of Nassauk to obtain the required I

l _\,\\ andiiTom Lechner of Jacksonville. I three-fourths vote to bring the -.j
issue before the public in an em- i> .
I I election November. ': -
3 meet Ollie Wilson of Hartford, ergency -
Young'sDefeatsCallnhnn'1OIn: Pastrano Wilson The implementing bill outlining:
Conn., in a 10-round non-title bout .
at the coliseum in Jacksonville, the $80 million in new buldings ;;

J. i / Set For Bout Fla., on Saturday, August 31. provided vocational only training.for planning Junior colleges for- I;
I This will be Pastrano's firstfight
: possibly fared best with i

I Title I ContestYoung's At kx ColiseumWillie heavyweight since crown winning from the Haroidj light I about Why$35 all million.the disappointmentover I

Johnson in Las Vegas, Nev., last I
such a seemingly huge figure ;
.., Crab Plant defeated Pastrana, the world'slight ;June, according to his manager, ? It probably can be answered I
Callahan, 1.0, in the second I heavyweight Angelo Dundee of Miami. !
game champion, will most simply by statistics: In the II
of the softball playoff for the i # f The six-bout card, sponsoredby next seven years 13 million American '
Nassau-County Softball title.:'Thel j lected three off the pitching of the Jacksonville Jaycees, i ii ib youngsters will be thrown '! I
game was a pitcher's battle all j Geiger. Stover struck out one and i sanctioned by the Jacksonville on the labor market. There will : "r
the way between Bob Stover of: hit! one, but did not walk a single ''I' Boxing and Wrestling Commis be one million new jobs available'in '' r

Y oung'1t and Ray Geiger of Calla.I baiter. Geiger struck out 2 and sion.In*. I unskilled fields. But many jobs ,,
han. walked two. a co-feature 10-round lightweight will go begging because of a lack 1 1PHILC0

Stovef set Callahan down with I Young's: scored what proved to :; match, Larry Boardman of persons trained for them. This ;,
just twj ,hits while l Young's col.j be the wnning: run in the fourth | of Jacksonville will meet Chuck will effect Florida vitally becauseof
Taylor of Detroit the constant influx of young .
inning when Billy Roland walked, I .
went to second on a passed ball" Tim Ford of Jacksonville will persons in this state. A pissimis-1
Ccmirjg Soon and scored when Jimmy Horn!meet Billy Martin of Gadsden, tic prediction of a possible nationwide '
bunted and was thrown out at!Ala. in an eight round welterweight increase in jobless to 10' .
tss.Kick first. The relay back to the catcher 'i' match and Nat Wright oft I Ij I million, if borne out, would strike ,
Punt- Jacksonville and Jim McClain of at Florida as hard or harder than seoosu
was not in time to nab Roland j I'I'I 408812
did not have Birmingham, Ala., will face each: other states. I PHIlCO
Callahan a runner
Contest to Breach third base during the I other in a six round welterweight I What happened, then, that the j PHILCO Qntz

J' contest with two getting as far as boutJames r---
Registration BeginsSeptember second. I Angelo Bryant of Macon ; PHILCO TILT TOP
:3 I Jimmy Roland's double was the ,Ga., and Joe Murchison ofj I i Savings and Loan PERSONAL PORTABLE

big blow of the contest with Carl j!Jacksonville, both welterweights, IIELECTRIC
Detijjls- Inquire Jones and Perry getting the other are matched in another welter- I Assets Now Over i iI AUTOMATIC w
Lasscrre Motor hits for Young's team. I weight set scheduled for six! Only portable with famous Cool Chassis design '
rounds. that beats TV heat, gives longer TV life
Harry Stratton, Jr. and Ivey RANGE
',' o'"/ Company aE"SEE Johns got the two Callahan hits. I The final bout on the card will 1 I $1 00 Billion MarkOrlando Slender,high impact plastic case with textured,

BOX SCOnE: match Cecil Holland of Jacksonville leather-like grain finish.. .blue with white accents
Beach against Paul Robin Easy To Clean Tilt Top
Young's ab h
I i Flor'da Savingsand .
16-inch Vivid Vision (overall
Smith, If 3 0 0 son of Jacksonville in a four- loan associations in Florid ,' picture Cabinet Line Styling .

= Jones, 3b 3 0 1 I round heavyweight battle. will join in a month long celebration diag.measurement) Giant 23":Master Oven
I :.... '' C. B.'WWGRAIT. J. Roland, S8 3 0 1 i Boxing Commission chairman in September of passage of i; Automatic Picture Pilot maintains perfect
Cox, cf 2 0 0 Julian E. Jackson has set the $100 billion in savings and loan picture contrast Bake-Broil Selector Switch '
."1f f '1 I Ik 'I Perry, rf 2 .0 1 :.' time for weigh-ins and physical assets, T. Wade Harrison, Pl'e.ident ::- 1 *,'" Lift Off Oven Door
'f Tucker, e 3 0 01 i'examinations for 2 p.m. Friday of the Florida Savngs! and ; Big 5 x 3-inchout-front speaker ,

J ; FOR, I Ia B.. R ,toed; .. Ib, b 1 1.O),! (August 30)) at the Coliseum under Loan League announced today,s) Control center conveniently located on frontTelescoping Big Vertical Storage Compartment .
t Ito 2b rr2, ,J-o''I.,: the direction of ring physician Mr. Harrison is also president ofj Lift Out Full Width Storage Drawer '
; Real Estate Stover, p 2 0 0 I i Dr. C. C. Mendoza.: the First Federal Savings ana.Loan Pivotenna pivots to strongest signal I

>I ; ;fLit e t Insurance: ;I Totals 21 1 3 i Jackson also appointed Chuck Association of Gainesville. 0 Weighs only 25 Ibs.;carrying: handle matches case Broil-Under-Glass (Optional Accessory) .
f Retirement Income Callahan ab r h (I Rogers as chief judge. Working "The very rapid postwar growth' -.. .
'I Higg'bthm, S8 3 0 0 j i under Rogers w.ll be judgej of the savings and loan system il-1 j
Health & AccidentHospitalization Rowe, 2b 2 0 C j I Frank C. Kelly, Chuck Steeger lustrates the vital contribution !, 'I
j Sanchez,' 3b' 3 0 0 and Carlos Proctor. Billy Brown whch! these institutions have $
Major. MedicalDisability' I Simmons, rf 3 0 6 I and Carlos Sivers are schedulEdI made in helping millions of Am- !' 88
I Shaffer, c 3 0 0 :I referee the card. Counting fit erican families purchase their'' I38 14888I
Monthly IncomeCLvL fcKelldree, cf 3 0 U the knock-downs will be Jim Dick- own home while at the same time :,
-* I Stratton, Ib 2 0 1 I son and the timekeeper will be consistently offering the highest i,
BOHANNON Johns, lC 2 0 1 Merle Bowlin. return for public savings of any :(
INSURANCE Geiger, p 2 0 0 I financial institution Mr. Harrison I:
Totals 23 0 2 For an unusual taste in salad said. !
.: Phone l.G1.52; 69 Callahan 000 000 0 0 2 1 i(I dressing, mash one banana into "The total resources of all save
Young's 000010 x 130''1 I a cup of mayonnaise. ings and loan associations are employed .1
almost exclusively in the I I '
of these thrift and
I home financing functions for the
general public," he added. -I. J
The nationwide savings and IWi.1
!I loan system has grown nearly 12: : YOUR
L1Dy 1 times since the end of World WarII ""
: YOU KNOW ? from total assets of $8.7 billion \
at the end of 1945 to tne ; 1,1,li."'! ',,1!' I: !: CHOICE
,', $100 billion mark. 'j i ;' Iii t!
present I'Hi .rJimJ
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savings and loan asso- ___! ,I I'N '
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i ciations in Florida have exper- I. ,..-::: ,.: I
: fenced comparable growth and at ; ., .
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,fl SS UNLA WFUL the end of 1962 held $4.3 billion ; .' .
I .e .. tin total assets. Their combined r'.
;r washes 12lb.
resources are currently being used: uf
I to finance approximately 45ft of t r' ''L t,r l YOUR : "Family Loads"

For \ Person Or Persons To Engage I In Business Under A Fie-! ,':, all purchases the new in and the state.existing home wp.. ., ,.. really) clean! :

i lit! us I I'jlamc Unless The Name Is Registered Total savings climbed held from by these$2.7 million associations -.1' W t.NINA.. n CHOICE -

1 at the end of 1948 to $3.81;
billion at the end of 12. In the j Ea=

t |same period, mortgage balances I II \it..... _-".. MODELW-23I- .ft\
R ad This Florida Law. \\ap
I[ grew from $2.1 million to $3.61! IJi

I -. billion current and borrowers the total increased number from of E!I; $225 I
.,1 wit all be. unlawful for any person or Person%, as defined herein to engage in 23,759 in 1918 to 379,068 in noted 1962. ,' a week I
The League President, YOUR '
i bus: esS a$ herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined, without and : that the present $87 billion in total I I

\ unlc \: saicj fictitious name shall be registered with the clerk of the circuit court of E savings held by association?
the nation includes more
across oJ
the 'o unty{ where the principal place of business is, which registration shall consist than 35 million separate savings CHOICE 4 Programmed Automatic Wash Cycfer v
than 3 t2-pound capacity Dial Conj'
off ingr with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit signed by all interested persons, :'million accounts: current and that savings more and loan 12RS23 -' PHiteo trol Automatic Lint Filter Automatic!i :.

I' stat :? under oath the name of all those interested in the business enterprise, the mortgage borrowers are presently Detergent Dispenser Exclusive Ball

txtf t of t the interest of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is using these funds as a mean PHILCO I 1 12 Cu. Ft Point Balance and eliminates excessive vibration -;'
I to home ownership. banging
carr d on., Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring He commented, "The savings, DELUXE REFRIGERATOR '\
loan business throughout its
business under fictitious shall have advertised his their in ;and
tot age (In a name or t 132 year history in the United

tent n to'rt'gistcr said fictitious name at least once a week for four ((1)) consecu- : States has always specialized in I Deluxe "Dairy Bar" storage door
these two financial services of Enclosed butler and cheese
ecks, in as defined by law in the where said I Keepers
tie some newspaper county registrato to the aver
primary importance Full width meat and chiller compartment
+ to Le made, and said registration shall not be accepted by the clerk of the cage family. $
I Mr. Harrison said that the for Freezer stores 32 lbs of frozen foods 8 8
efrAn court except upon receiving proof of such publication." i ida Savings and Loan League Crisper holds l/2 bushel

'! plans to participate with all other e 9-point adjustable cold control with
national, state and local savings
I 3U' Arc Engaged In Business Under Any Name Other Than i'I and loan groups in the month- "extra cold" positionTtres1onjIJ

long $100 billion celebration.

> Own, And Have Not Had This l Name Properly Advertised I.

Registered I See Your Attorney For All Necessary InformaTo i

fcs What You Should Do. I
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PI\2' Ton r M\v3-Leader, frrnandina Beach Florida Thursday, August 29, 19C3 tention west of the Ml 1 ':...rr.1 ) t
... --.....- : FLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTSby such as Ramada Inns and Travel- : (
t H + odge have moved east and<) are increasing i

tI I Florida Crashes a Mirineland -.. these attractionsand the tempo of their( we- l'

R') k ti Byron UnIon, Director-at*Large others are showing steady : struction, especially In Florida.I -
i n r i i a 1a More i Howard Johnson M. '
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Z Florida Motel AssociationThe increases in visitors.At i
Claim i 118 Parsens Lodges are also being built I
j I motel industry in Florida the present time, over 80
,I : of the 13 The Florida Motel Association, *
is "big business. The state currently percent million annual ;
tit)4. r1..dv 1'&i.. ,, MyAs s 3, ranks second nationally in Florida visitors arrive here by of which I am a former president, :* ,
+ D3ring i JulyTALLAHASSEE total number of motels with over automobile. A vast majority of is constantly at work to spar -* f
1 6,000. Only California with some i these stop in motels.As tourism, to encourage motel operators *' I

.. e. One hundred 8,000 outranks us. The future is (I the owner of the Mid-Lakes to upgrade their Ncrvwsand .
and ghteen persons died Li > + bright for the motel industry here. Motel in Leesburg I feel that the facilities, and to improve our "<

traffic crashes in July on the The motel industry in the state ; motel industry is rapidly chang image. We also work closely with fc '
k s streets and highways of the State grosses nearly $370 million a'year, ing. Today, it is highly competitive. airlines, railroads, bus: companies, *
-T the Florida Highway Patrol said including $95 million for food and j Tomorrow it will be more travel clubs and the Florida D- I
I in a report today. incidenals.! so. The day of the "ma and pa" velopment Commission. publish : '
-* 4j I special brochures describing *
Palm Beach County led the Canaveral's activities is of the .
Cape are operation a thing past.I
EYES RIGHT! :''can't talk, can't walk, can't eat I state in the number for any one ; i' bringing more people to Florida, feel there will always be the various types of motels, from
I I telephoned you for help. Your : until ,somebody puts something in county with a total of 14. It outdistanced : I q : both permanently and on busi- I need for all types of accommoda fishing resorts to apartment mo
answer opened our eyes to a point our month can't sit, stand, reador Dade, normally the : ness. It is obvious that the food: tions. tels. We also work hard to develop
of view we never thought of. I write, can't even communicate I state's leader, by seven deaths. and lodging well special tours and off season pio- ,
industry, as as
Here is an example of what I
asked that you put it in your column -'except in howls! Dade recorded seven traffic allied businesses, will (' motions. It is a continuing job. I
i many receive mean when I the motel' indus-
say in Florida,
: industry
I know will, The motel generally
so everybody : .
As limitations
we grow we shed acme rY millions of dollars worth of is
rapidly changing. Quality
I is successful. It
read it. I am director of a senior accumulate others. Successful ,' Other counties and the number) I 1I additional revenue from businessmen Courts United, Inc., which for should speaking be more so in the future.
citizens club and want to start
we living is knowing how to killed in each follow: and visitors who are going ; over 22 years has been an associa- :
classes in Braille for some who triumph over them. Yes; Alachua 5, Bay 2, Brevard 6, to and coming from the Cape. .
have other limita-I I Cadet James D. Kittrell, Jr. climbs into a jet aircraft at tion of independent motel operators the discovery of the
glaucoma. However, tions are like sand-traps on Broward 5, Collier 2, Duval 4, The of is "One thing
I James Connally AFB, Texas, for an orientation ride as Cape, course, only one i with headquarters iri Day )
members say this is wrong, h. I course, requiring that we advise a I| Escambia 5, Gadsden 1, Gulf 1, example. tona Beach, is going to operate North Pole revealed is that there'snobody
I part of his Air Force Resene Officer Training I ;,
causing great alarm and fear of ; summer of the
way around, them. Whatever skUl,1) Hamilton 2, Hernando 2, sitting on top
mgh-I The same is true, for different as a profit making chain-fran-
blindness. Please repeat what you I Corps (AFROTC) training. Cadet Kittrell, a member of : } Kennch D. Reed, Col-
technique, extra knowledge or lands 1, Hillsborough 5 and Indian II chise Courts world. -
told unit the of underwent reasons, in Greater Miami, the'! Quality
the AFROTC at University Georgia,
me.R. I tool can cope with or conquer a i River 3. started out with Florida' fax (Wise.) Messenger.
T., Pittsburgh, Pa. I four weeks of indoctrination in various phases of : entire South Florida "Gold Coast, j I seven
1 limitation brother, that's it! -
Jackson 1, Lafayette 1, Lake :3 I, i of Tampa, Orlando, St. Petersburg -j operators and spread until mem- ,
Delighted to have helped! Iremember : Use it! That's what it's there for! Lee 2, Leon 4, Levy 1, Liberty 1, operations at that base. He is the son of Mr. and Irs.i Daytona Beach, of cities !! bers are now located in every :, "The Russians now claim to
: that on the phone I ;' Entire books have been written Manatee 3, Marion 8, Nassau 1, James D. Kittrell, Sr., of 816 Stanley Drive, Fernandina both large and small. More state east: of the Mississippi and'eastern j'have invented the street car,

who gave came you the to true his story doctor of, feeling a man'I on this topic. And hey, listen Okaloosa 1, Orange 4, Osceola 2, Beach The cadet will be eligible for appointment as an J ple are moving in and more pea are Canada. ,r'whatever that is." Loyd Neff,
many are in Braille! and Finellas 4. j Air Force second lieutenant completion of his I' I Johnson County (Overland Park
he was turning deaf. The physi. i I upon I visitors. Cypress Gardens, Silver Likewise, motel chains which
clan highly experienced in geriatrics -' Polk 4, Putnam 1, St. Johns 3,'II AFROTC training; +!Springs, the Miami Seaquarium, had previously concentrated at- : Kans.. ) Herald."GOOD .. ----
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St. Lucie 1, Santa Rosa 2, Sarasota -
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and I wish we had a million I ..- -
see in a newspaper that the 3 Seminole 1 and Volusia
I like him!) started the man immediately -' new Manpower Act re-trains the I The, 29 counties which had :2'1 Veterans' Widows
on lip-reading. This wa I jobless who lost out to automa-
I not because he would be deaf, but tion,. etc. They get $35 a week I traffic: deaths during July follow: :, WE ,
Baker, Bradford Calhoun Charlotte -
to cushion him "
physically and
psychologically plus benefits. Why not the same Columbia De For Pension
I against; fears. ; Citrus, Clay, Eligible THING SAW THESE
who handI-
for older workers are ,
It's like fastening on seat-btiU i Soto, Dix e, Flagler, Franklin
and and need
capped jobless
Gilchrist, Glades Hardee, Hen.
or putting in non-skid bath' I If Need Is Shov/n
i money just as bad?
I dry, Holmes Jefferson Madison,
I tub treads (as I wrote last week) I Medina Ohio
or learning how to swim I Martin, Monroe, Okeecbobee, Pasco -
or other protection again, I Good boy! Being demonstrated i anter, Suwannee, Taylor, Some Florida widows of war. :
any hazard in living. Life is ,I this minute is vocational rehabilitation -I Union, Wakulla, Walton and time veterans who died without BARGAINS ADVERTISED IN THE
crowded with limitations. We're for people over 50. A I Washington. service-connected disability maybe
pilot project helped by '1----- .
government 1I
born with the greatest collection I unaware that they are eligible
of limitations only we miracle- funds today reported that 'to me at National Senior Center, for pension provided their incomeis
making humans can breed: we + half its severely handicapped men i I Lehigh'.Arr{' Fla. I answer allquestions below certain limits, ThomasG. "
and women client pot back intc Hall Nassau County Service
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personally as fcunil
I painful: employment.. They're aged out! lOU Officer, said today. I NEWS-LEADER THIS WEEK! ,
j I 50 to over 70. I This misunderstanding is fur '

They were entered in a shelter''I NO FOUNDER'S FEE thered by the fact that at onetime '
TENNIS I I workshop and taught skill I have a religious background widows of World War II and J
I They came with every disability but can't: afford the founder's fet Korean Conflict veterans did ncti
and multiple handicaps. Counsel, fora church-sponsored retirement have the same pension eligib'lity I,
RACKETSVILSON ing proved to be the heart of the! village. Who sponsors the that World War I widows had. i

i program. Clients get vocation! other village you mentioned? I However, in recent rears this has .
I diagnosis, workshop training, evaluation I J. Skokie, Illinois I been changed to equalize the eligibility J. .
personal adjustment,, It's sponsored by an approved i iI i i of widows of all three ."I
job placement, plenty of confer ;
service motivated
non profit I )
I ences. Of course there's the fine I I wars.Widows I- '
foundation. The is in
: village a ( of veterans whose
$695Hardee t crusade to Hire the Handicapped with all denomina- I
I I deaths were attributable to ser x'i"
supported by stores, factories,
I I tions within a mile or so on a vice-connected disab'cities do not)
businesses rehabilitation ser-I bus-line. receive pension but Dependency I ...
I vices. Dig focus on rehabilitation '.'
j has been mainly to get people off I AGING IS DYNAMIC! and Indemnity compensation pay .
Bros. ments. They are not affected ly
dependency the
on nearest Night ,
I I am a professional man. I see the pension regulations. Hall
rut' here's
ingale. now stunning 1! that the latest issue of "GeriatricFocus"
proof ,that good training also gets !!t '/ ,
a : ,
Atlantic Avc.
I them out of the pasture and back I When a veteran dies, his widow I
i switch in the concept of aging as
on the payroll! I hope this report 1 may be eligible for death pensionif ) ,
I la
Poole degenerative process. I 'g I
Harry Mgr.
hits YOUR city. If )ou want to ,
: aging is dynamic, as indicated by : '
know how to the wrilt I.
get report "
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of connective tissue deceased veteran-hus
I I a G-year study (a) The
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J'\.ss\ (
i changes.: Examined was the t band had at least 90 days of ser- I
content of soluble protein, coN I vice, part of wh'ch was during
lagen etc. Of course this was all ,wartime unless discharged sooner "
done with Wistar strain rats, but I for service-connected disability, or .
; For Fast EfficientLPGAS the conclusion is that we should : he was receiving or entitled to
no longer think of our body 331 l receive compensation or retire 0 .
"run-down" with ae. On the con- ment pay for a wartime service-
trnry: bsr! parts of us absoluttlj connected disability and, in all ,
do not deteriorate. Shall I send cases, had been discharged under
you this I know you can put it conditions other than dishonor- .
to good use in your column. I n"- ,

ticc you believe strongly in improving able.b( ) The widow has an annual j
the image of the ageJ, income of not more than $1800 I
High time. (or, with a child of the veteran I!
Not a Med!"co, St. Albans, Vt. not more than $3,000): ). Pension is! I j
& ServiceI Than\s: : You're a chemist? "Ge not payable' if the widow has ani
Delivery [ t I !
to regul
: riatric: Focus" comes me estate so large that it is reason-
this is the uplifting
arly. ; able to look to the estate for sup
Ji1t'Soage't' get from findings reported -

American in Geriatrics Montreal at Society the annual meet-I''' port.Widows without a child of the The/ Afews-Ieacfer/

I Bulk Bottle ing. from Analyzed the lung was ,connective heart liver tissue -, veteran their annual may receive income$60 is not a monthif more I ,

month if then
than $600; or $45 a
kidney, spleen, various bones,
income is between $COO and 1200. i
: skin, uterus, aorta. The heart,
receive $25 a month if' .
liver, kidney and spleen tissues They may !/

Call 225.5146I finitely remained! To highly sum functional up, proof inde-was I I their and $1,800 income and is, in between keeping$1,000 with !I '
that various of the law, no payment if, their in: i ;
presented parts u* :
I "age" at different rates, and'i cnkiyveeeds'If, '. $1,800.! ;rthll-A /. :,. ni': ",, pYOUR SHOPPING: ;: '
gone net at all. That's why it's so I ( ;W"" ow JJ ? :
vetera.uSt lmutr.h eolvh7a': e-f ,'
ridiculous to Fay: "Look at that :
do know "haL'I I month if her annual income is not
GoodHousekeeping old man. How we \\ &I I
l: I"old", about him? Maybe nothing !I over $1,000; or $CO a month if r
is! her income is between $1,000 and -
I NEED HELP ON A PROBLEM $2,000; or $40 a month if her in-
? Write to Helen Alpert, come is between $2,000 and $3- '

I j I National Senior Center, Lehigh 000. There is no payment if her : GUIDE ;
Acres, Florida, or in care of this income exceeds $3,000.If .
I newspaper. Write today for the there is more than one child, "
free list of the many booklets and the monthly payment will be in-

creased by $15 for each additional ..: "f
Gas compliments child. .
I '
I I Further information may le In newspapers the news of better ard. *
To make summer "slipcov obtained at County Service Offic

Co I II ers bath," tuck towels and over pin sofas attractive and er's Fernandina Office, Beach 11 North, Florida.Fourth St., I products and services is as important There's, much significance in this
I, thiirs. These are cool to sit
I and easy to launder. I to today's modern family as that of for iocal advertisers. For only in the
"A man owes it to himself U I current events or features concerning newspaper ,can people of ali age and)

: A Complete Line Of Appliances I become"man a owes success it to. the. A tax-collec successful senate. committee Maxwell D.the Taylor Joint told Chiefsof a! f I home and family, food and fashion, income groups find the information

tor. John W. Moore, Plains

", - -j (Tex.) Record. I sions Staff before held deciding long, hard unanimously discus- hobbies and health. and inspiration so necessary for good .

to support the limited nuclear
I I 1 test ban treaty. For newspapers are the medium by citizenship and for the enjoyment of :

: I Battery and the The senators general's was testimony not sensational.But before. which most people shop. No other better way of life.

amazing.He .
his appearance was
kept a straight face. medium supplies the variety and de- And because newspapers gain their

JIfl The Big Staff Chief said his

, I Tire Sale tribe was not pressured by the tail of advertising by which one may friendship and regular readership,
I : White House or the Pentagon.And .-
I no arms were twisted. prices and benefits and.newspaper advertisers are provided
(Just A Few Left) I
The Joint Chiefs; did read a .
copy of the treaty. In a sound I choose the comforts and conveniences the .most productive medium of com ,..
6 VOLT BATTERY Only s8.95 I proof room so their laughing and I

I howls sleepers.wouldn't disturb Pentagon that make for a full living standmunication with customers. .*

: 12 VOLT BATTERY Only $10.95 But when the general said
hard discussions
they held long,

;j 24 MONTH GUARANTEERay's before support unamiously Harriman's deciding Folly, he to Fernandina' Beach News-Leader..J

means none of 'em wanted to

give up their job.
AMERICAN American Service ; So they spent more time study- .1 J

... 320 SOUTH 8TH STREET PHONE 261-3766 I ing Namara their and scripts acting from their Sec.parts Mc-in PHONES: 261-3686, 261-3687 : I;

the Jack Kennedy production of'Lamb h
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News-Leader, Feniaimina Beach, Florida ThuN )', August. a,. I'M Page :gJey .

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2 large bedrooms, one with MODERN, FURNISHED APT. I I PUBLIC NOTICE 30 Deadline farmer and rancher in the countyto

WANT AD RATES built-in dresser, other 4 nicely I 337 N. Fletcher. No. 1, Hot Notice is hereby given that an order 'August choose who he wishes to represent .

built-in bunkbeds. Extra storage Water furnished, $GO Mo. dated August 12. 19S3, has been issued 1 him on the ASC county c mmittee" -

II .05 per word .75 minimum cabinets, ample closet round. Phone 2313114. year tIe i I by name the of the undersigned oil screw autHnmine DEVINAL the cf.fccial For: Nassau r ASC she said. .

Card of Thanks Resolution
space. Living room, built-in 2613114. tic I I number 232,922, owned by I I' The ASC county committee to

and Similar Notice bookcases, dining room, eat.m din George Ralph Florida Wolff of which Fernan be elected consists of three regular .
Beach. is the
home port.to .
*3 per word $LOO minimum kitchen. Garage, large shadylot BEACH APARTMENT, furnished. be changed: to RCA Election BallotsFarmers and two alternate memb:rg.

Cal 2G1-3C8C or 261-2687 C8 x 230. Phone 261-3489 Year round rental, must THOMAS H. HALL The committee has important responsibilities -

or place ad at office or contact L L. Bohannon, or be locally empl I
511 Ash Street J. T. Ferreira & Son. A29c) month. 278 S. 'Ietcher. tie ftI 4t 8-15 22, 23, 9-5 Nassau County were reminded I I of such national farm proramj[

: today not to overlook the as the agricultural conservation
i September June. Contact 1 i PUBLIC NOTICE 30 deadline for returning their: I program, Conservation Reserve,
for rent. 1310 Franklin St Call I.
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NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTIONTO ASC election ballots Feed Grain, Allotment and Marketing -
FOR SALE 261-5277 for further information. Carter 10GO) S. Fletcher or :. BE HELD 0V TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER to ASCS I
and Price
tfc % Postamster, Tifton, Ga. A20y 19, 1963. IV THAT AREA county office. Myrtle Mikkelscn, I Quotas, Sup;[

I OF NASSAU COUNTY FORMERLY County Office Manager for the I port, at the county level. Other.

NICE ROOM, private entrance, KNOWN AS TIlE CITY OF 150DLOLT.NE. Agricultural Stabil'zation and Conservation I duties are also assigned tQ' He'
15 .
FT. BOAT and -
trailer, $tOO. HUNTING BEACH Buggy : : : :
Grande stove Phone connecting bath. Oceanfront Notice is, hereby given that a special -I County Committee, urged -I committee by the Secretary of$
gas $40. : combined. Excellent condition,
election will be held Tuesday
home. Ph. 2613861. tie on Agriculture as the need arfees. i
261.5664. A29p 22500. Phone 261-4864. tIc i: September 10, 1963. for the pur. every eligible ASC voter to -
pose cf determining wr.rfher HOH** mark his ballot, and mail or return Miss Mikkelsen stated that iru

I' M50 BUYS good-looking 1961 FOR SALE OR RENT UPPER DECK AP'l S. Completely F' Bill Florida No.Legislature 2051'' enacted shall by become the 1963 effective it in person promptly. ;Is view of the vital role the ASC",

,t, four-door hardtop Bel Air. Ex- HOMES IN Five Points area. NO furnished including TV I thereby causing OrdinanceNo. I the privilege and duty of every county committee plays in the
Phone 2613118. tIc 4 of the former City of Uoulougne '
condition. Can
11vunuifjfo help 're. DOWN PAYMENT, $62 to i.-T3 relating to a franchise agreement between agricultural affairs of the coua-
in "tponsible party with frnanc ng.t month. Renovated inside and t the former City of Baulougneand
furnished the Okefenoke Rur.il Electric ty it is most important to ew b'
t Phone 2 l.5171. S5e TWO ROOM aparj- ,
after .
out. Phone 2C1-5379 6.
Corporation to be rescinded repeal. PUBLIC NOTICE
tic ment. -4 ed and nullified; that all qualified i and every farmer and rancher

i 7 FOK SALE r'r ......;.... ..:: :::::.. .. electors in that area described in NOTICE OF HEARIVO FOR TilE see that the best qualified men
4. CORNER LOT Perfect for ONE THREE room furnished : :: :.:.:.:.:.:.::.... ..'.....:.::.::..:...... .. Section 2 of Chanter 3)5,7. Special. CLOSING OF ROADWAY OR ALLEY-
YOUR KINGSBERRY '.:.. :: : : :. :.':. : Acts of Florida, 1955, being the limits I WAY. are elected to serve. The farmer-
: V *tit level house excellent! house. & f' I (1 jk ::t:: .::;:::;!::; .....' of said former City of Boulougne, TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

i I' phborhood. 00' frontage on HOMES BUILDER, 'I. Copr. Fservira ';:::;;:;;::;:H:::H:" shall be qualified to vote in said election -I You will! toke notice that the Board committee system of administration
AND DEALER ; that the registration books cf of County Commissioners of Nassau .
of the Federal farm
N. 15th. St. anti 100' on Broome TWO BEDROOM unfurnished the former City of Boulougne shall I, County, upon the Petitions of Paul C. programs

,,& $IGOO. $500.00 down will move you intoa house. ZS-EE be used for the purpose of said election I Burns and Annie P. Burns, his wife, is one of the host examples
-. well located three THAT MR. JACKSON INSISTS ON and shall be opened in the of. will at 10:00 o'clock A.M. on the 10th
1.- *1.' masonry 6 '* ,- fice of the Supervisor of Registration I day of July 1963. at the County CourtHouse of democracy in action and oeryeligible

; .."ALSO, ADJOINlKp1 ;4o' front. I. bedroom house with 2 baths, H. F. SAHLMAN LOOKING\ INTO THAT CHEAP ," ot Nassau County. Florida for the in i'ernandma Beach. Florida, I farmer or ranehetf vote
#HI '" of
t. registering qualified electors consider and determine whether or
: "'I) wage. on Broome St. Mth), depth on a shady lot. Immediate pos PHONE 2S1-2221, LOW-LAND ACREAGE BOSS./ purpose for said election until 5:00 I not the County will vacate abanaon. ..1 i is urged to participate in tha"

r of- 90 on one "t an.6'approx. session. Must be sold as owne I o'clock P.M. on August 23. 1963; that I discontinue and closa. and will renounce -I''election.

I 295! on the other side. Priced at I is leaving town within 3 weeks. the polling place far: said election and disclaim any right of the I
__ shall be in the building formerly used I County and public in and to any land! Ballots were mailed to'aUl'Ii'"
$COO. with above ,comer) lot or :, $325.00 and $59.00 per month WANTEDIRONING as the City Hall for said former Cityof or interest therein as shown delineat :I gible ASC voters on record at Ue

$80o. separately. i \ buys the sharpest, small, three PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE Boulougne. Florida. ed. on that certain sketch accompanying I
DATED this 6th day of August, the Petiticn of the Petitioners to ASCS county office on August
.*. \a' bedroom home available. Just WANTED white: IV TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE OF SALE A. D. 1963.I'.OARD. the Hoard: which lands are more par 16th and the county office -m.n.;
ALSO CORNER outside the limits. Owner FOURTH 4LD1CIAL CIRCUIT OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ticuhrly described as follows:
fLOfl W city OF Notice is hereby given that,
will do work hom pur
lady .
piee at urged eHg&bvoter
14tV'SL suant to a Final Decree of
frontage N'I will another house Foreclos.
on and accept on
324 Elm. Phone' FLORIDA. STREET LYIN! BETWEEN hiaubal-
I 261-3754. A2'Jc COUNTY. LV CIUSCERYNO. ure entered in cause numbered 2666 NECTARINE to mark and .return
100' on Broome St. $1100. 2600R.BlONU ly! : Jim ThomasAs SIXTH STREET AND
--- -- in the Circuit Court of Nassau County lot the August 3 dead'
prior to
CONTACT Robert J. OJom trade.BEST SHY OR BUSY COUPLES objectr P. GEISEL, Florida I will sell the property Its Chairman EIGHTh STREET. AND THAT
Plaintiff,I I situated in Nassau County Florida ATTEST: PORTION OF OLIVE STREET line. Complete detaifs on th'e-
1922 Crandon Dr. WEEK Matrimony. For evening vs. described as: D. ,0. Oxley! LYING BETWEEN: SIXTH AND tion procedures can be obtained
14 appointments to out
N. C. pick
We're looking for a large family corporation et aL, I I North 4 of Lot 5. mOCk 146. of Fer. this 6th day of August FLORIDA. nf the ASCS county office located
and wedding rings nandina accordirg to the plat thereof Persons interested may appear and 1.
REPOSSESSION ILtRA1NJOhNSON who needs a home, that wantsto call Mr. Robison, 2G1-3G35 at NOTICE OF Ddendants'j.1 according to the current public records 1963.BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS. be heard at the time and place specie at ,

40 hp electric outboard trade-in a house they have TO: THE ULACKSHEAR of Nassau County. Florida. SIONERS OF NASSAU COUNTY, -
Robison A22c fied.BOARD

Jewelry Company.
A d'eorgia; Corporation 1 Davenport IT.ORIDA. OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
truth! is strllni
Our Kingsberr "They
outgrown. new I
motor Uydj! j, hocu.I '-- Blackshear. CeorgiaW. : 2 lounging chairs 1 platform rocktr, Iy! : Jim ThomasAs NASSAU COUNTY, say
New condition. $25 diwn, termsto Home has 4. bedrooms, 2: baths, P. STRICKLAND and MARIE II 1 TV chair Its Chairman FLORIDA.. than fiction and it's surprising

I family room,, large living room W. STRICKLAND his wife 6 throw rugs ATTEST: lys! / Harry P. Poole how many people refuse to associate
suit. Price $395.00. Fernan- MISCELLANEOUSCHILD 1 D. 0. OxheyEx.Officio
lUackshear, Ceorgia: 3 tables, 2 1 coffee Chairman "
dina Loan Corp. Phone 2ul and large kitchen with built: PEARLE R. WARD 1 Motorola TV Clerk ATTESTs : with strangers. Charles

5751. "c A2lk equipment galore Wrap CARE Bbckshear. Georgia 1 radio 4t 8-8, 15. 22, 29 / / J. Warren Jackson Sr. W. Koenig, Long Island (N. -Y.)
ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS devisees, 2 Tables Ex-Officio Clerk .
this up with a double car garage BY EXPERIENCED mother. In- legatees. grantees trustees administrators ,7 chairs PUBLIC NOTICE ADOPTED this 5th day of June, Graphic. J .,..-

BUY A HOMESITE on the Nassau and a large shady lot witha fants to 5 years. $2.00 per dayor : creditors or other parties 1 Speed Queen Wash. mach. A.D. 1963. .
back yard only claiming by. through under or againstthe 1 singer sewing mach. INVITATION FOB BIDS FOA ) OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS "The meeV finally jjeVlhe
River Beautiful high very private night. Pickup and deliver estate of J. B. WARD Deceased; 1 Philco refrigerator OF NASSAU COU rc. : may
block from, the &ac Located and if and if all unknown FOR ADDRESSOC.RAPH EQUIPMENTThe FLORIDA. earth but we'll the -Internal .
and dry lots at Nassauville. one children. 307 S. 17th. Phone living dead 1 Gas range. Kelvinator Hoard of County Commissionersof wager
heirs. devisees legatees trustees, 1 service for 4, silverware r.y ls Harry P. Poole
Others with waterfront privil in beautiful Pirates Cove I 261.3070. A29pI Nassau County, Floridaoffer for evenue boys w.'ll be the.re.-to
assignees. lienors successors in interest 1 service for 4. dishes & utensils Chairman '
You be settled sale and invite bids for the follow iirg inheritance tar*" *
subdivision. can collect the -
eges. Small down payment. creditors or other claimants 2 beds ATTESTs :
Terms to suit Phone Francis by the time school start AM NOT RESPONSIBLE for claiming by, through under or againstany 1 dresser described equipment: / / J. Warren Jackson Sr. Ron L. Coffman, Grove City ((0.)
I debts incurred of the above named Defendantswho 1 vanity One ((1)) Model 192-50AD DRESSO- Ex-Officio ClerkIt ,.
jIli; ; POpular 5-2CGlM JacksonTfc.: See us today. any by anyone may be dead and not known to 1 Chiffonier GRAPH FRICTION FEEDER used (Re-run) 8-29 Record. a-

M'',flJ PAUL C. BURNS other than myself be dead or alive: ; and ALL PERSONSor 5 lamps.. 4 tables. 1 floor with Model 1900 Addressograph"
.,.. 2. S. Stratton unknown parties otherwise havingor machine for automatic feeding,
T. A29c
(signed) at public sale, to the highest and best .
.,., 319 South 8th St. Phone 261.3606 claiming any estate, right. title, I' at public! sale to the hiph*'st 3iH I equipped with 1 *110-AC( motor.
-vTOY RAT TERRIER puppies heTHe. claim or interest in or lien upon the best bidder for cash at the front This equipment may be seen and
I following described property, to wit: examined by contacting E. N. !Ie.
of Nassau Courthoure
Call 26M436, or see at : HOMES BUILDER I help with your drink. The East Half (IE',. ) of Lot numbered door in Fernandina the Reach County Florida, be- I Kendree, Tax Assessor Room No. 4
)31 S. llth St. Al: AND DEALER ing problem. Write Box 338, Twenty-Five made by W.(25)L of Beugnet.a subdivision I tween 11:00 a.m.. and 2:00: p.m., onMondjy County Florida.Courthouse, Fernandina Beach, Garrard Fence Inc;
: E\-tu\ IF..f,. If' ,I ._'- III' I City or P. one Jaj.. El G-7700 I January 23. 1028. of United Slates September 9th. Sealed bids marked "Hid" for Ac- ,
; 1I0 Government: Lots Eight (8) and D. 0 OXLEY dressograph Equipmertt togolheiwith
ONE DUPLEX AND ONE FURNISHED .QUALITY 1IOMSby John 3.Eynon tic 1 Sevedeen (17). Section Twelve (12) CLERK CIRCUIT COURT deposit of 10% of bid payaiie: tc
Construction Co. Jacksonville I I East. Tallahassee Meridian, Florida (Court Seal) Board of County Commissioners 01 .
EFFICIENCY: apart- WE TOP AND TRIM trees. Call! I a Plat of which subdivisionwas Robert F. Hucker. Attorney for Nassau County Florida, conditionedon r FERNANDINA'S
raent near fishing pier. Corner 7331343. FRAME'BLOCK recorded on August 6. 1928 in Plaintiff fulfillment of bid, shall be submitted
.. BRICK. No money 2G1-3978. If no answer call the- Public Records of Nassau 400 Law Exchange Huilding to D. O. Oxley, Clerk to Board
location. $18,500. 2613145. S'JC County. Florida in Plat Hook 2, at Jacksonville. Florida County Commissioners Nassau Coun
'., '* ft down, on your lot. Ten and 12 I Page No. 24. Attorney ty, Florida, nrt later than lOOt .

\ 2178 S. Fletcher year financing. Fully completed HOME MADE POUND cakes, YOU AND EACH OF YOU are notified It 3-29 o'clock A.M., September" 11th, 1963:, at CHAIN LINKREDWOODE1C. i
? includes 2 inch wall, tank that a suit has been Jed against I which! time same wu 1'ne considered.Sale .. . .. . .
1 OCEAN SIDE three bedroom layer and birthday cakes, pies. you by RAYMOND P. CEISEL: to PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE price shall be for cash payable

JiQme. Servant's Barters. and pump septic tank tile All kinds. Call Patricia Lodge quiet the title to the above. described I. within ten ((10)) days after acceptanceof ::
I bid Commissioners Con -
bath hardwood floors. Also 2G1-5332. tfc property and you are required to OF ADOPTION OF A RESOLUTION by County
41., -.. ft ser\e a copy of your Answer to tne : CLOSING THAT CERTAIN veyance will be by absolute bill of .
S.; i ijg**. REACH PROPERTY home remodeling additions, Bill of Complaint on Plaint l's attor PORTION OF NECTARINE STREET sale.The
: 'pFt OCEAN frontage just complete plumbing. Three to 1 7 FLOOR SANDING and refinish- ney LUSAN KIRTLEY. at 1612 Con LYING KFTWEF.V SIXTH STREET Board reserves the right to reject I ,
gress Building Miami 32. Florida andfile : AND EKillTH; STREET, AND THAI any or all bids.
years, bank rates. ing. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson. Dated this 22nd day of August. 1003.1
South of Blue Marlin Motel. the original thereof with the Clerk j CERTAIN PORTIOV OF oLIn
$100 front foot. WAHLIN, rep., 540 North Fletcher Phone 2G14G09.. tic of the Circuit Court on or before the STREET LYINii IJFTWPEN SIXTH BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS -: Free. Isihnttiss No Obligation!
rer 9th of September 1963. otherwise: NASSAU COUNTY :
Beach day ;
ft ft ft the allegations of the Complaint will IXORIDA.P.Y .
2615027. tic I' be taken as confessed by you. Jim Thomas NO DOWN PAYMENT
FOR INFORMATION leading to I DATED at Fernandina; Beach_, Florida NOTICE is hereby given that the Chairman
Hoard of Commissioners cf
story, furnished. $13,500. --- fish kit left at Rayonier land-' this 2nd day of August. 19G3.S County ATTEST:.
p: O. OXLEY Nassau County Florida did on July D. O. Oxley
I ft / /
ft it FOR RENT ing on Boggy Creek August 19.1, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT I 10, 1963. adopt a resolution closing. I Clerk I

FOR RENT 2 BEDROOM fui- Finder call Jax. collect, '(SEAL) vacating Roadway and or abandoning Alley-way described that certain as 2t- 8-22. 23 : Up To 36 Months To Pay I
nished beach Susan
I apartment, up 5350.. SSp I ; Kirtley follows: I
I stairs. $50 month til June 1. Attorney at law PUBLIC N TICE I .
GARAGE APT water furnished 1612. Congress Building THAT CERTAIN PORTION OF
: ft. ft50T Miami Florida NECTARINE STREET LYING nEe
.. kitchen electrically equip- HELP WANTED 32. TRADE NAME LAW I
4t 8-8 15. 22, 29 TWEEN SIXTH STREET AND
I ST.1Six p PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
Baths. $5000 ADVERTISING SPECIALTIES SEVENTH STRFET, IN NASSAU pursuant to the fictitious

FURNISHED 3 BEDROOM Calendars, business. ,,, gifts. Our f IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH COUNTY. FLORIDA.and I I name statute, being Section 863.09 of .
the Florida Statutes, will register ----------- ---- ---- -
I Pete In ram {t: :iI#man house, 2105 S.. Fletcher.' Mrs. commissions fraje over 23vc.No ;) NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA. that said resolution renounces with the Clerk of the Circuit Court in '''''. :fill ,

L. L. Bohannt-n llroler. Cecil Spear.. A20c. investment Part-time or CHANCERY. CASE NO. 2717 and disclaims any right or interest of : and for Nassau County. Florida, upon tEND'

13 N. 4th St. lthone26l522.. 5id ..line.. elling' to ierehantt.Datona 'IN RE: PETITION; OF.. .' otai4'toadwy the County and 'Public'. in- said, portion., I receipt of proof c! publication of this
"i."'t'o j .' ''' '.... ,": 'J.JOll'i' II.; JOIINSON AJJey-vvay notice. the. fictitious name. to-vtit: _
; ; ,1. t e r N & p. '; '11: ffij rii r t (ti db *' t :J.,".. t :.SSAWc6U1fTY.: .U, ,.OCSAttT; ..:3fUC MOTEJ4 tot-fev
12 FT. MAHOGANY plywood ONE 3 ROOM furnihed' apt. Beach." A20p STEVEN EDWARD. lURG.'ERICIURn & sr N ''f ccrporatear undef which they are engaged OF SUMMERCLEARANCE
nUKE HAPU.RAVES FLORIDA. in business at 332 South Fletcher -
boat, 3 hp Johnson, Champtilt Private bath utilities hot water .
--- Minors, his Step-sons. ly! James Thomas Avenue, in the City of Fernan-
trailer. Like new. Call' 261. washing machine furnished. WAITRESS WANTED, age 21 or AFFIDAVIT Chairman dina Beach. Florida. !
9050 261-5186. STATE OF FLORIDA i ATTESTs : The parties interested in said busi-i;
or tIc $11.25 per week. For information : over. Year round work. Apply i
COUNTY OF DUVALL. ss. / / D. O. Oxley ness enterprise are as follows: i
call W. I. McCranie, 2cl4(542. ; Blue Seas Restaurant. tic Before me. an officer duly quaLfie* Ex-Officio ClerkIt /s/ LACY WHATL Y, fifty per cents ;

PEARS FRESH PICKED daily, (( If no answer call 2GJ- I to administer oaths and take acknowledgments -I (Re-run) 8-29 / / IRMA MAVIS S. WHATLEYJ:
I t this day personally appeared fifty per cent. I j
bushel. Weekends WANTED
only 903$,. Mrs. Long. ticONEFURNIShED MAID for 5 day JOHN H. JOHNSON who after Robert L. Rowe Jr., Atty. i i4i
W. J. Lohman AlA Amelia week. Must be clean, dependable being by me first duly sworn deposes PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE 815. 22. 29. !:-5 '

> City. tIc THREE bedroom furnish references. Phone and says: I
1. That he is the petitioner herein; OF SALE PUBLIC NOTICE SPECIALS !
: house behind Drive.N I 225-5489. .. A2JC that he has made a diligent search NOTICE IS HEREBY GWEN that, .
MATCHED SET Diamond and Theatre.. Ph. 261-5675. A2c : and inquiry to learn the whereaboutsof I I pursuant to a Final Decree of Fore- NOTICE OF SALE !

wedding band, new. Priced to GUARANTEED N. Y. LIVE-IN HARRY HARGRAVES. the natural glr..ure entered in cause numbered: Notice is hereby given that, pursuant -----____ m _
father of the minor children herein 2S98. in the Circuit Court of Nussaj
to a Final Decree of Foreclosure
selL See Bertie at Florida BEDROOM fur Maid jobs. $35-$55 wk. Fare Florida I will sell the I
ONE- EW.TWO County
and that his residence is: property entered in cause numbered /7ul
Bank. tfc. nished house behind Drive-N advanced. Mallory Agency, 57Q HARRY HARilRAVES: situated in Nassau County Florida in the Circuit Court of Nassau County, 1960 Falcon! Wagon

Merrick Rd. Lynbrook N. Y.A29c c/o Reidsville Penitentiary described as: Florida, I will sell the property situated $1095
RECONDITIONED SPA R K Theatre. Ph.. 2G1-5G75. A2l Reidsville, Georgia All that certain tract or parcel of in Nassau County Florida described Automatic
PLUGS 2. That as particularly as is knownto land, containing one ((1) acre more as: Transmission I
i guaranteed 10,003 UNFURNISHED UPSTAIRS APARTMENT affiant there is no person in the Ir less situate, lying and being in South Seventy-five (75)) feet of Lot
l' \ .jniles.! Set of 8, $2.40. SHIELL'S HOME SALESMEN WANTED State of Florida upon whom serviceof the southwest quarter ( 'W'I) of Eight (8). Block Eighty-four (84)),
SWAP SHOP 16 North 4th very reason- process would be binding upon the the northwest quarter (NW.i ) of FERNANDINA, according to the I
able. Ph. 2G1-53G4. Home on Good commission Fullor said HARRY HARCRA: YES. Section 34. Township 4 North. official plat of said City as litho-
.St. part time. No experience 3. That affiant knows that the said Range ?5 Eart of Nassau County graphed and issued by the Florida I 1959 Ford Custom: 300
Tuesdays,, Thursdays, Fridaysor ) '
HARRY HARORAVES is above the State of Florida same being more Railroad Company in 1857, and en
BRAND NEW 753 pound capa1 Saturdays. tie necessary, will train. Call age of 21 years. particularly described as follows: larged revised and reissued 'Ly I 6 Cylinder $795
I 1 261-5027 before 10 a.m. tfc. JOHN H. JOHNSON Petitioner beginning six chains North from the Florida Town Improvement
chest 1 Four Door
'city type freezer. year Sworn to and subscribed before me the southeast corner of the said Company in 1837 and 1901.
guarantee. $278.00 Call 261. SMALL FURNISHED house I this 21 day of August. A. D. 1963. southwest quarter (SWri ) of the Together with all structures and ;

4491 Chucks T.V. tic ne\ily decorated, across street L.rU Helen T. Shuldt northwest quarter (NVT1*) of said improvements now and hereafter I
I : Notary Public. State of Florida'at Section 34, Township 4 North. on said land and fixtures attached .
from Keystone Hotel Ph. 261-' Large Range 25 East theitee running thereto and all rents issues proceeds 1959 Ford-Custom 300 '
t t I960 CUSHMAN SCOOTER 4689. tie OPEN i My Commission expires: 3-26-64 from said point of beginning Northa and profits accruing and to ,
I excellent condition. Call after : 4t 829. 95. 12, 19 distance of 210 feet to a stake accrue from said premises all of I V-8 $795 '
I corner: thence running west a which are included within the foregoing
5, 2615874. A29? FOUR ROOM FURNISHED a. Established Insurance PUBLIC, NOTICEINVITATION distance of 210 feet to a stake cor- description and the haben- Two Door .

J partmentv Private entrance. DebitIndustrial ner: thence running South a dis- dons thereof; also all gas steam, i
$.100 DOWN $65 a month buy 421 No. 3rd St. tic TO BID tam of 2ia feet to a stake corner electric water, and other heating I j .
., > masonry, three bedroom home & Ordinary Sealed proposals will bq received by thence running East a distance of cooking refrigerating lighting .
t. I the City Commission of the City of 210 feet back to the place or pointof plumbing. ventilating, irrigating and Air -
) priced below replacement at $9,. 3 BEACH APARTMENTS Exceptional Guaranteeand Fernandina Beach. Florida at the office beginning. Said parcel of land power systems. machines! appliances I Chevrolet ,Eel. .

\\Y' J75. furnished or unfurnished.eek I Commissions of the City Manager. City Hall. is in the shape of a square arid fixtures and appurtenances, Four Door Hardtop Y-S $79S'
I Fernandina Beach. Florida. until 3-Oil) contains one (1) acre more or which now are or may hereafter
It ft ft month or year round. 56 s.1 i Married- Age 25 to 45. P.M.. E.S.T.. September 11, 1963. at less, as aforesaid. and same lies' pertain to. or be used with fat or Auto Trans. Radio. & Heater :
,. I 'ONLY $350 DOWN $C3.5L( a Fletcher. Ph. 261-3188. S5c'i With Good Car which time bids will be opened and jn the *Ttre"ie south-eastern cor on said premises, even though they
'I probably read for the following: One ner of that four acre tract moreor be detached or detachable. : j
p Buys small three bed. P. 0.Box 776 (1) Diesel powered rubber tired tractor less. of land secondly describedin at public sale. to/the highest and best -

I room twobath home, Paneled VACATION APTS I Fernandina Beach Fla. with .a minimum, ,drawbar H.P. of that certain deed dated October bidder for cash at the Main Front
*5., Fire 25.00. 6. 1<53. frnrn Hugh R. Dixon to Door of the Nassau County Courthousein 1955 Oldsmobile 88 :
living room. place. FURNISHED OCEANFRONT A. Phone 26r-528J r. Bid forms. specifications and cod- Gus Hand. Jr.. recorded in the pub- Fernandina Reach Florida be.
ft ft ft j I Jw land records of Nassau and Two Door Hardtop $350 .
PARTMENT. Special rates foi ] tract documents will be open to pub County tween 11:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. on -
1 FOREST HILLS 3 bedroom 'J 1. lie inspection at the office of the City Florida in Book 36. Page 2CO; September 10. 1963. Automatic Transmission : .
teachers. 584 S. Fletcher., ,,
Manager. specific reference being hereby /s/ D. 0. OXLEY '
I 2 bath home not a pro'j'tt. 2615878. .Ph.j' Kids: must be accompanied by a made to said deed and the record CLERK CIRCUIT COURT
,' '-, $12J5p. $500 down. I certified check or bid bond in an thereof for description and all (Court Seal) .
.... amount not less than five per cent of other legal purposes. WILLIAM C. GUTHRIE. JR. .
i : UNFURNISHED HOUSE for SITUATIONWANTED the bid. at public sale, to the highest and best Florida Title Building

.it John T. Fmejra & Son rent ph. 261-4G63. A29c No bid may be withdrawn for a : bidder for cash at the main entranceof Jacksonville 2. FloridaOF
'f I period of thirtydays after the scheduled -I the Nassau County Courthouse: 12 COUNSEL .
Atlantic Ave. Phone
I 261-3371 time of Fernandina J. TURNER-BUTLEB
closing the receipt of Beach. Florida during Lasserre Motor Co. :
FOR BEACH RENTALS, call 261. i bids. The City of Fenrandina Beach the legal hours of sale on the 10th day I' Florida Title Building
RUN-A-BOUT boat with con. 4642 W. I. McCranie. Will be WOMAN I reserves the right to reject any or ail of September. 1963. I Jacksonville 2. Florida
trols SEEKS EMPLOY- bids and to' accept the bid which ia D. 0. OXLEY Attorney for PlaintiffIt
trailer and
35 horse glad to show anyone the beach MENT. Office work preferred. I the opinion of said City Commission is 1 1'I I. CLERK CIRCUIT COURT 8-29 ,

a." motor. Will sell as complete apts and cottages. Applications Typing, general ,office experience in the best Interest of the City of Fer- George A. Stelogeanms I Your Ford Dealer Since 1910 :
nandina Beach. Florida.
BotfU or separate; Ph. 261- 830 Lynch Building
taken for winter rental beginning 261-5998. P. 0. Box 643. 'I /S/ DAVID M. GATCHEL I Jacksonville Florida

4610. tfc Sept. 1. tic A29p. 2t Citj Auditor and Cleric Attorney for Plaintiff Trade At Home I H.

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.Paf!' Twelve .News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, August 29, 1963
... ''' containing three or more family What they mean by "dumping"I tion. I don't think a speech blast
ACopitol units Now 3 per cent. i s that foreign steel is being ing Foreign Steel for not nhunj:

t :=:At The Churches FIRST Rev. E.ASSEMBLY A. Lewis, faster OF GOD Tax Or Charge Ath- Pl.PlllEf :>ought because the price of American -I, the price of their product would

10:00: ajn. __ Sunday School LetterBY letic events including club and << : steel is too high due to i do much good. ,
green fees (excludes civic, fraternal 1ft production cost. i
11:00 a.m. Worship: Service i iIy iI I I But the President is a Boston
-.PINE GROVE BAPTIST BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH and religious groups, also I
6:30 pjn. C. A. Youth Services JERRY MOCK admissions to athletic events at I don't know what the CHURCHRev. 429 South 6th Street to do about the sit
-' 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service a- a speech.
: Tallahassee] Although the elementary] junior high schools eluPIt IY I- .
A. Knight Pastor
Rev. John O'Neil Pastor Thursday mid week service
-r Legislature has been adjournedmore the deaf and blind school and cor- I
Sunday School .__ 9:45 7:30 The President was in secret
Sunday Services: p.m. than a month, officials in rectional institutions. High school House office
D Idrniag Worship i 11 a.m 10:00 AJU. Sunday School Tallahassee still are trying to and colleges exempt until 1964. conference one day in last the week.White -t: Backache Sign of Nerve IrritationThe
11:00 ajn. __ Morning Service 11:00 A.M. Morning WorsbiV FIRST PRESBYTERIAN figure out all the ramificationsof '- Now 3 per cent. ,
7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service 6:30 p.m. ___ B.T.U. CHURCH the new taxes which have be- : Tax Or Charge Races un- The meeting was so secret no
W.M.B: law. one but Pierre E. G. Salinger : spine is the main structural beam of the body. It consists -
7:00: P.M. Men's Prayer Service Rev. John Dozier, Pastor come : racing commission Was-
7:30 pjn. Wednesday V.LB. Young 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship I Sunday School 945; A.M. It sounds like it would be a : 15 per cent Now 18 per cent. knew who was with the boss' and of 24 movable] segments called vertebrae. The spine tests
People] he"on't talking. 11 11I upon the pelvis which is made up of three movable bones; the
Tuesday: Youth Meetings 6:00 P.M. simple thing to tabulate them i tax Or Charge Rental of No had Pierre said ne hip bones, sacrum and the (OCt''x. t
7:45: __ "w Prayer Meeting 7:00: p.m. ._. Visitation Worship Services; _11:00 A. M. and show the people] how much motion picture film (except I sooner
wouldn't tell than a being Trillions of nerve wires from the brain through the
I song pass
'- ---------- extra they are being soaked. It I where admission is charged.) -
*' murdered off key was heard coming spine and out between the vertebrae. Injury can easily misalign
ST. "tT: K'S EPISCOPAL is not, however. For one thing,I Now 3 per cent. I from the President's office. I II these joints, thus irritating the nuns passing out between
CHURCH I there are something like 49 collection -. Tax Qr Charge Funeral di-I i them. The result is a pain or backache in this region. Not only
THE ONLY HOUSEFUMERESISTAHT with The Rev. James D. Ellisor, Rector agencies in the state. For I rectprs must pay tax on all tan-I The conferees were howling can pain be felt at the points of irritation but also in the areas
?CO A.M. Holy] communion !,I another, laws can be elusive and gible] personal property used b; I their "theme song, "Auld Lang to which these impinged nerves lead. For example, a hip misalignment -
(. the effect of some do not become them in business Was sales Syne. That meant that three old could cause pain in the legs and knees as well as ia
A.M. Choral Eucharist
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buddies were together again, I the lower back.
I obvious for some time.
Ha5 A.M. Church School | tax on funerals Now exempt
JFK President of the U. S. Dave ,
PIGMENTS I I However, here, probably for below $500. ; It is important to see a chiropractor as soon as possible if
b:00 P.M. Episcopal Young | McDonald] president of the Un- suffering with backache, as the affected nerve may also cause
the :
: first is a reasonably
Churchmen | Tax Or Charge Motor ve ited Steel Workers; and Rog.rBlough I trouble in the organ to which it leads. The chiropractor locates
(This is the schedule of every ]:I Complete list of the new taxes. hicles (sales) Was 1 per cent president of U. S. Steel i j and removes the nerve impingement by adjusting the misaligned -
and VITOUZED OIL" Sunday with the exception of the According to the Legislative Reference Now 3 per cent. bones.
r4 last Sunday of the month) I Bureau estimates they Tax Or Charge Car Rental Mac and Rog were telling Jack 'I I
about the of foreign
will bring a total income of $193 Now 3 dumping
per cent. steel] the American market and =;:;:
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH million the next two years. Of Tax Or Charge "Self propelled" I on I Hours vt :
Bailey RoadJ. this, $29 million will be returnedto asking him to do something '
I farm equipment Now ,
C. BYRD, PASTOR I the cities from the cgarette: 2 per cent about it. v Mon., Wed., Fri. f'

Sunday School __ 10 A.M. I tax. i
Tax Or Farm 9.12 & 2.6
Charge' equip-
Morning Worship _... 11 A.M. Here is a breakdown of the
ment self Now and (Wholesale
not propelled camping gear 1
Evening Service 7:30 P.M. expected income: extension of 131 Kings Street
3 cent level) Now 5 cent.
per per
:. the sales and use tax $63 mil- .
ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC lion; increase in motor vehicle Tax Or Charge Tax limitation Tax Or Charge' Capitol Phone 729-5644
CHURCH licenses $50 million; increase in on industrial marchines stock Wa $\, per $1,000 -

Rev. W. J. Holmes, Pastor cigarette tax from five cents to Was $1,000 max. Now $5,000 Now $2 per $1,000. Kingsland, GeorgiaDR.

Sunday Mass 2nd, 4th I eight cents, state share $13 million ,max. Tax Or Charge; Service
Sunday w.N 7:30 a.m. I ; increase in documentary Tax Or Charge Fuels] foi charge, Gen. Revenue Funs -
Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd I stamp tax $14 million; increase airplanes and railways (prorates Was 3 per cenf$z-. Now 4 percent : C. R. CROCKER DR. T. A. OWEN

5th Sunday, 11:30 a.m.1'I in beverage taxes $17 million; for interstate fuel.) Now 3 i.,:''I-''.,
4 Monday, Young People] 7 p.m. !doubling of capital] stock tax $4 per cent. Unemployment] I Kingsland Chiropractic! Clinic
million increase of service
Daily 8 a.m. ; Tax Or Charge Books used ( ,

Saturday Convent Chapel] I! charges on trust funds $3 mil- in junior colleges and colleges I ed to state as. revenue) Now "Associated with Owen
6:30 Communion in Convent lion.The Now 3 per cent. will maxurinvt3.5 cent ChiropracticClinic
I I pay per
6:30: P.M. Young People's taxes, plus] the proposed Tax Or Charge Vehicles and, 1964 4 per cent*1965 4.5 per cent I of Jacksonville"
Meeting higher education bond issue, are parts used by such as airlines,I 1966. .

,* designed to take care of a $1- railroads and trucking firms in --, ---- ----
LAST SUNDAY OF THE 012,000,000 budget for 1963-5. interstate travel (prorates interstate -
SUN PROOF MONTH According to the figures from use) Was 3 per cent -
7:30 A.M. Holy] Communion the office of the state comptroller ,Now ($5,000 maximum). --

10:00: A.M. Morning Prayer Ray Green, a failure of the Tax Or Charge Auto Tag
and Sermon proposed $75 million bond issueat -. Now Extra '$2.50-$10 Average -

4'kGives 11:15 A.M. Church School the polls would] mean a short : Cars $20.25; Stake
5:00 P.M. Episcopal Young age that could require additional, Trucks, $64.05 Tractor-semis:
Churchmen taxing. The reason for this Is $253.
that the $992 million budget con Documentary
3r tr -& Tax Or Charge
CHURCH OF GOD OF tains $32 m;Ilion in capital outla7 Stamp Was $2 per $1,000
PROPHECY that would] be repayed from Now $3 per $1,000. \

Rev. H. C. Drury, Pastor the bond issue. Failure would Tax Or Charge Recording I Q Q
]leave the state in excess of $15 promissory note Was $1 per
10:00 a.m. __._._ Sunday Schuol l
your home years and years of 11 a.m. ___ Morning Service million short of its budget. $1,000 Now $1.50 per $1,000. Our Precision Time-Up Get Our Brake Check-Up Let Us Check Your 1S'heAWill .

L crisp, clean beautyaddsdollars 7:45 p.m. .......... Evening Service I Here is a reasonably] complete of Tax Or Charge Pleasure Bring Peak PerformNow! Your Life May De- Alignment and Balance.
list of the new taxes, most
Was Under
to its value! ., 7:43: p.m. Wednesday, V.LB. Ser- which will be in effect by 1964. power sonal property boats -tax Now $1 per-to ance Back To Your Mo- pend On The Prompt Ac- You'll Drive More Safely!
vice for people.]
young tor. Hon of Your Brakes.
(The beverage tax taxes effect $60.
Aug. 1, the boat license tax Aug. Tax Or Charge Cigarettes
Five Points Grocery & Hdw. *
15, and high school and college Was 5 cents pack Now 8
FIVE POINTS PHONE 261-5205 CHURCH admissions taxes in late Decem- cents pack. I COMPLETE ONE STOP SERVICE FOR ALL MAKE{ CARS

J. W. Keen, Pastor ber.) Tax Or Charge Quart Beer
9:45 a.m. Sunday School Tax Or Charge Labor and Was 6 cents Now 7 cents.
charge on installation of appli- Tax Or Charge Wine -
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship ance Was on appliance only I Was $1 gallon Now $1115-$1130 STANDARD
6:30: p.m. Training Union Now 3 per cent. Harrell's Auto Service"YOUR
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:3p.m. Evening Worship gal.Tax
Tax Or Charge Rent on duplex Or Charge Whisky exporters '
Vednesday service, 7:3('
prayer First 12 '
apartment ( Now $125 year. i RAMBLER DEALER"i
P.TO. months Was only] apartments Tax Or Charge Fishing license I
Was $2 Now $3. i PHONE 261-4117 AND JASMINE STREETS

Tax Or Charge Outdoors
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Rev. J. T. Dunnam Pastor

Worship Services: 11:00 8:30:: A.M.A.M. \ VOv N. XX X X x

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Sunday School ______ 9:45 A.M. .'<> : -\ xxx x o >ji.'to $C*

Training Union _6:45: P.M. S.

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Amelia City Near Intersection: :N 11 !, .1 Y,, S..' err r r K ,1 r

A. F. Gerbhardt, Pastor

7 I cJ:00:$: a.m. Morning Service .
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I Amelia Rev. Loyd Road Chambers- I'hone, Pastor 261-3487 w w, 4M1 :;::

Sunday School ______ 10 a.m. (-.. ; ; r.

Morning Worship ______ 11 a.m. :. ',\'.

Evening Worship 7 p.m. .,.
Wednesday Service ____ 7 p.m. -
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Rtv. L. Marvin Johnson, Putor ','i } r *
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10:00 a.m. ._ Sunday School f .-..-* V
rec/ 11:00 aon. Morning Service .. ':. .
t. g Yj t I 1.?E. Friday Evening 7:30 p.m. ,; L y x: \
Nt E ,, 1:30 pan. _. Evening Service I \. '=:. :
L Prayer meeting Wednesday ;.
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t ai 1, Keaneth L Jones, Minister OCEANS OF HOT WATER v

ai Sunday: Bible] Study 10:00 a.m. .
i +t Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.

Evening Worship 7:00 pjn. l\
Tuesday: Singing Practice 7:30 :
11r urd 'II.a way of saying that a FLAMELESS electrie -\
(Held at various members homes) p i Li If ,

Wednesday: Mid-Week Bible water heater gives plenty of pipin' hot '. .. ;

Study .._.....__. _,7:30 p.m. i .
Thursday: Ladies Class 10:30 ..m.. water for the whole family! Why?. .be ry f.

$ (Held at various members homes) .
t cause it's Quick Recovery-high-speed o :

MEMORIAL METHODIST electric elements heat di
put .

MELLOW MUSIC OFNORTHEAST I He Nelson P. Moyer, Pastor rectly into water. The operation is safe, s

9:45 a.m.--N., ._.. Sunday School
11:00 ajn. Morning Worship clean, silent and. an electric water .\
FLORIDA'S FINEST DANCE BAND 6:15 pja. MYF Supper & Programs
heater needs no flue install it
so you can
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9:00 P.M.' 'TIL Ran Humphreys, Pastor '

Redecorated In A 9:45 11:00 ajn.aja.__ Morning Sunday Worship School) .i : Florida Public Utilities

Beautifully Hawaiian Decor 7:00 8:00: pja.p.m. __...Evening.. Worship B.T.U. ( / / Co.

-- 7:30 pan. Mid-Week Services


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