Fernandina Beach news-leader
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 Material Information
Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: September 5, 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: UF00079912:00036
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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.'r' Of A Service Century. hrnan mabeac'I'I' .HeuteiMer Medium News

I 'In Nassau County

a I ,Since 1858 Absorbed by Purchase Merger or Succession. The Florida News, The East Floridian. The Peninsula. The jeraanama courier, me Island city FeraatM'na Ooserver. Fernandina Express. The Fernandina News, The Florida Mirror, The Nassau County Star, The Nes The Fern I Record
\ t I' Fernandina News.Record. Nassau County Leader. The'Outlook. The Florida-Georgia News The Fernandina News, The Buccaneer.


I! Heavy flow Of Traffic On Buccaneer Trail S i i: Reach Rayonier AgreementWord And Union Commission Adt i

was received today that
the locals of the Pulp, Paper

II 1 Points Up Need For Florida Georgia; Bridge the and Fernandina Sulphite Mill Beach Workers and Je of*-

t i up divisions of Raonier Incorporated

J s.u, JJY HAY CALDWELL I that during June, July, August nandina Beach has zoomed up to the months when most tombis have accepted a
A A*bumper crop of tourists on and through the Labor Day week- 12th spot in the state as the dc.:5- usually seek the warmer clime of proposal by the company and $843,350.90 Budget
| '(he Buccaneer Trail this Summer end, 168,009 vehicles were regis- tination of tourists registering at South Florida, Fernandina Beacn : a %-'ear contract will go intoI :

has given added emphasis to the tered at the toll plazas on the the Sunshine State's welcome was in 18th place in destinations i I effect.
current push for a bridge ft cm I Trail. stations. of automobile tourists entering; A strike vote was held yes ..

'. Fernandina Beach to St. Mary's, I This figure substantiates a reLater figures released this week Florida. .: terday at the two mills and thc I The Board of Commissioners August 22 issue of the News- increased by 2 and
'1 Ga.: cent report from the Florida Dt- show that throughout the entire | The figures show this city well results hare been confirmed as of Nassau County met Friday in Leader as a legal advertisement mills. three-quarter
I Figures released this week show I velopment Commission that Ftrfirst half of 1963, which s'Continued( On Page Two) favorable to a contract. annual session and j
-, budget hearing no changes were made at In the new budget the gencr-
I and adopted a budget of $843-: the hearing. al fund, bond interest and sinking .
II!I Hunting LicensesFor :1350.90 for the 1963-64 fiscal The figure of $843,350.90 is fund and the }health department -
'F'FudfanIrn' UJITi i! year. $120,458.90 over the 1962-63 budget ; will require a levy of 14.40

4 44 rt m4rt 63-64 Season i I _The budget was_ carried_ i in .the and the basic tax_ rate was !I! mills Humphreys, an increase Memorial of 3.13 Hospital mills.

$ s '"' ____________ S : will receive the revenue fieri
_. .' .'.' Now On SaleCounty i t! 3.50 mills as compared to '.IsS
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I ,7 .>. .. Lr rr1 last year. S
, ; Judge J. E. (Gene) School taxes are again at- the
.; maximum of 20 mills for the
Weatherford announced this week 11
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I a $4 V'c.C that hunting l'cenes for the 19(>3- S county and district as allowed
64 season are now on sale at his 1'i; i# .. by law. District > 1 has an additional
: : ..:, '. L1C of JL5 for tend
office in the courthouse. I '"' :<''.'".*'"". t millage a
It would have been well if ail Weatherford said that the licenses interest and sinking fund. ThiiI ;
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Interested citizens of Nassau: may also be procured it 5 I was reduced 1 mill from]n3i

County had been present at liie I various agencies throughout the year's figure/ of 6.5. In District,
annual budget hearing: of the county and listed them as follows -i { i 5) there was a 2 mill levy' IA.t
Board of County Commissioners. : I t \ year for bond interest and uik-
Ernest Davis, who heads up the / Five Points Grocery and Hardware i I ing fund but this indebtedness>;J

:, Southeastern Timber Division of t t at Five Points; Hagin's Gulf ,. ))\ has been erased. *"
Rayonier Incorporated, was one Service Station in Yulee Polls ; Mosquito control for Amelia

of the very few in attendance e j Fish Camp, Yulee; Driggers Tex : .. ", '. Island remains ;at 2.75 mills
and queried the Commissioners :it 1ak ; aco Service Station, Callahan; ; During the budget hearfcg,
I' on a number of the items in the District 5 Justice of the Peace's L1 ;> Ernest Davis, mar ager of. the

; budget. Davis' questions were I office in Callahan, and District 6 \ .. Southeastern Timber. Divisidn "of
not aimed specifically at taking : "APPREHENSION", SUCH AS occurred to the .McCain family of Newport News, Va., [ Justice of the Peace's office InI W. .,".,,.. Rayonier Incorporated, appr mch-
the Commissioners to task but i proved a pleasant experience (after the initial shock) when they discovered they were I I H.lliard.: S : ",.., I :: .. ed the Commission with a number
L were rather directed at seeking guests of the Lions Club. As a promotion by the club, the .McCains were apprehendedby S Licenses for Nassau residents < of questions on items i in"the

information and all who attended police officers, Robert Mott and Bobby Moore, after being selected by Lions Jimmy to hunt in this county will cost : budget.

gained considerable pert'ncllt j' Harrell and Bobby Adams. Shown at the dinner meeting of the club last week, from | $2. A license to hunt statev.ide .l The first item he questioned

information not normally left, are, Bobby Adams, Johnny Hutchins, owner of Seaside Motel who provided accommodations I{ costs $7.50. ITHE 1.000TH PINT OF BLOOD was received by the was relief allowances in. the
brought have long out at urged budget that hearings.I more I for the family two nights, H. A. McCain, Mrs. McCain, Janice McCain, i t$ The first hunting: of the season; Humphreys Memorial Hospital Blood Bank last Friday, amount of $10,000. The Com O' -
begins Saturday when it becomes sion pointed out that this wnt
and Jimmy Harrell. I little less than three since the Bank instituted
citizens attend such meetings of I legal for nimrods to take marsh a years was mainly to families temporarily
governing bodies and become t hens. The 1,000th donor was T. James (Ted) Meredithand indigent, and not subject to &Uto
more informed on affairs that the blood will go to Mrs. George Delmar, who is scheduled or federal aid. Burials and i.
I affect ,us all. The old saying bya Pirates To Invade Woodbine, Georgia |I W. D. Lynn Funeral for an open heart operation in the near future. Shownin cines were cited as some of the

Greek philosopher, '"the price I ,: Joseph C. Parrish photo left to right Frank Snyder, chief technician of expenses and it was noted that
that good men pay for indiffei- Held the blood bank and Dean the famlies of men on the counI -
On September 20 To Open 1 1963 Season : To Be Friday hospital's laboratory, X-ray;
once to public affairs is to =>truled' j i Funeral Tuesday Bailey, medical technologist, and Meredith I ty road gang had to be cared fur.I .
by lesser men", kept pop- Iin i Davis suggested that a great
ping into my head during the I BY CURT GORDON be crowned Class B Champions of i Manor Georgia I deal of the so-called "welfare"
' meeting as it so often does when I In just two weeks the FernaI !:- South Georgia is good. In l JacksonvilleFuneral ; 1 l,000fh Pint of Blood Is Donated today could stand investi: atin, .
, I am exposed to questioning I dna Beach Pirates will ma cc 1 Fernandina will have one of I I lie cited the case of a Duv .l
minds. The use of the quotation ; their debut into the football war 'its heaviest teams of recent yeuis Funeral for William Daniel for Joseph Culkn "welfare promoter" who does his
is not aimed at any specific governing i'of 1963 by invading Woodbine, ; with a backfield averaging around ; Lynn the, 87, will be held at 11 i.m. Parrish, 51, was held Tuesday at To Humphreys Memorial Blood Bank i i banking in Nassau County.
New Methodist
group but is used in the I Georgia for their initial outing of 185 pounds, with some big, tough at Church in Prospect 10 a.m. at Memorial Chapel of : I Davis pointed next to the $17,.
Manor Ga. with interment I
hope that it will stimulate more I the. season against the tough linemen up front The team will I SeashOe Funeral Parlors in II S
I following in the church S BY FRANK SYNDF.RThere with his type of blood would hate 016 in the budget for civil a<-
citizens to more interest in pub i: Camden County High team. Camden probably not have the speed the I ville. Interment followed ;S J
@ were no brass bands, at least one unit of the precious fense and asked for a
for is slated have of thtir! had last with such '
lic affairs. I commend Davis to one Pirates year j in Riverside Memorial Park
bathing beauties or anything else fluid available hould he have the ; of the expenditure)
his presence! and his question best tnk of recent years and, speedsters as Venm\ Pipkin and 1 Mr.. Lynn passed away earlyV4dniday.morning : The Rev. James T. :: oil ..
; t' Cemetery. fof the like} last Friday, August need for it. .:.. > i CommUroner JJfaji r \; <' I II
, and also commend the Board for the outlook 'for the Hurricanes to, John Barniak *-. ,LIf"JJ. ; '
I snone Du Dam *-of- "the. F.irt.: i All Nassau & fo p&gwri
t pastor- ):30I: aY the* 'Humphreys Memorial: ; residents of- $* &1 1I I iipolte> dftetil 'ii1 "
r the dispatch and clarity in which I Coach-Benner has not indicated I phreys Memorial Hospital. Church of this city, officiated. *
I I 1 Baptist Hospital Blood 8ank upon the .arrival \I \\Continued' Page Sur [r J\d said tn&\ '((1$ ttrdez-f turil I!
they answered the questions to who would be in the opening llnei A resident of Manor, he had | of the 1000th' blood donor I I- i I defense has been *placed OK ,
the satisfaction of the questioner J!II Mekelson Reviews i up when the season begins since 'i been in Fernandina Beach for Mr. Parrish, who lived at 812 ;. T- James Meredith of 103 N. : County commissions and that
and all others in attendance. j he has two more weeks of practice the past 10 weeks. : Drive, died Friday in a
I I j I Stanley I I 17th St. (pictured) was received Lasserre Slates 1 1I they are trying to provide the '
to get! in and changes couid i He is survived by five daugh- Jacksonville hospital, following! I II I (with the exception of the News- best possible under existing con !
Many people are many things. I, ComputerSystem develop as the players learn more i I ters, Mrs. Lonnie J. Haddock, I I a sudden illness. Leader photographer) as were the ditions.
Frank Snyder is chief technicianof j of the system. g{Mrs. James L Malone and Mr& j! He was born in Alabama and I 999 donors who preceded Mm.I Another Punt Commissioner John Jlilr inboth. S

the laboratory, the blood bank : For RotariansBY Ned Tyson, Pee Wee Nobles | J.v.. McClane, Jr., all of Fer- had lived in Fernandina Beach There was no fanfare and that i am also defended the expenditure
and of X-ray at Humphreys Memorial and Benny Alvarez will be the nandina Beach; Mrs. D. F. Jamesof eight years, coming here from ,I I was the way it should have been, Pass Kick and said that he looked on'civil
Hospital and after !o : I quarterbacks for the season with I Manor, and Mrs. G. B. Crois i Jacksonville. just another local citizen performing : Day defense as he would an insur
years of yeoman service here, I : PAUL WARWICK Ray Rowe, Steve Beckett, Torn1 ;Jof Birmingham, Ala. four sons, i; He was a millwright at Con i I one of the many services I ance policy.
doubt there is one who would Members of the Rotary Club 1 my Clark, Richard Schomas, BuckS i i R. J. Lynn and W. D. Lynn, both : tainer Corp. of ,America, vce-: i! that one man can for the benefit : Lasserre Motor Company an. (Continued on page six)
question his capabilities in his I I yesterday heard an interesting Bibb, Randy Price and Barry 1 lof Manor, and W. G. Inman and S president of the Machinists Cni i of his fellow | nounced this week that plans arc J
chosen field This week I prevailed ;I outline of what modern computers | Rice taking care of the halfback I G. L Inman, both of Barwick, : ion, a member of the Florid'll i is [ under way for the third annual :
Whole human bIped Fire
I in the subject very DamagesLift
on him to enter the journalistic are doing industry, i I positions Wayne Arnold ar.d Ga.; a sister, Mrs. Beryl McMil :Sportsman Club, Kraft Athletic Punt, Pass and Kick competition :
field and found he can I I of a talk by Walt Mekelson, : Beryl Rice will do the fullback Ian of Tifton, Ga.; and a brolh-: Club, and the Rifle Club. I I necessary tool .in the and treatmentof 'I in October. I Ii Truck At
of thesick injured
handle that chore with equal fa- of the General Electric Co. I I duty. I jer, John Lynn, of Whitehouse. I Survivors include his widow,j! who many through the local hos :i The contests, sponsored by the i Terminal
cility. The occasion was the recognition Hugh F. Stone, Jr., presided at I Alan Cover, Carl Anderson and Mrs. Pauline Parrish, Fernan-I .pass | Ford Motor Co. in cooperation Bag
Unlike of the
of the 1,000th donor to the meeting and Mekelson was Mike Fiala are waging a battle dma Beach; two daughters, Mrs. I; pital. many : with the National Football League I
I I instruments of treatment, it cannot A lift truck, at Terminal Pa.
the blood bank which was instituted introduced by Dan Jacobs program for the opening assignment at Lions Hear Talk Tom Mersereau, and. MrsJo ,!: be manufactured even in tho'most has enjoyed tremendous ;j Bag Co. in Yulee was damaged '
at the hospital in Nov., chairman.The I center. Mike Rice, Roy Cox, KenS Ann Cowart of Winter Haven; i I' success each year. ) per *
I advanced medical supply
, 1960, and I consider the large speaker told how computers Forehand, Curtis McCorsley and one son, George Parrish, Fernan- j !1 : considerably Tuesday when
t By John Tiliakos | laboratory, yet in many cases it "PP&K pits the punting, pass-t engulfed in a flash fire during
number who have contributed as a with their electronic dexter- I Duane Rowland are working out dina Beach; one sister, Mrs. W. [ even surpasses the miraculous ie- i I| ing and place-kicking skills of refueling. :
testimonial to the fine work of ity, are speeding up both output at guard spots. B. Henderson, Jacksonville one I
Snyder in this effort. Ted Mere- I and efficiency in many concerns- ;I Big boys are working out for ; On Boat Building brother, Roy L. Parrish,_ Winter j i I i suits ac1e" provided drugs. by the latest "mir- j!I boys seven all other through participants eleven ofj against : patched The City one Fire engine Department receiving .

dtb, M'as the 1,000th donor and Jack Gibbs, of Jacksonville, and the tackle positions headed by the I Ii Haven; and several nieces and the The upon
h'j I! I Short-lived, as it is, whole bloodcan i same ageS program laj tht alarm at 10 a.m. and
the records I found lh lbert Gibbs of i veteran Butch Williams. Jerry nephews. I
checking W. Birmingham, be stored under careful attracting more thousands
Fernandina Beach Lions, meeting only I many gave assistance to the Yulee)
Clayton> anders, city finance director !I I were among the guests at the Beard, Kirby Hendrix, George Pallbearers were, James Kit- for 21 before each year and has been cited byj
I Tuesday night in'regular refrigeration days I I Fire Department.
bravely stepped forward J Jon : luncheon. Sheffield, Jim Young and David trell, Robert E. Gray, Frank |
Wednesday weekly session at Seaside Inn, ,I I it is used. Therefore, a continuing I President Kennedy for- its contribution -j According to a report fruni
the initial (Continued On Page Two) Walters, David G. Bowers, Robert :,
15 10 I
Nov: as : to the fitness of
of blood from donors most physical ,
j heard one of their number tsll! supply I Fire Chief Hoyt Lofton's offio,
donor. In the interim many have I Water Patrol Sets of the boat building industry. J I L Fussell and Vernon D. be available for use when it h ,our youth. i the blaze was brought quickly
included when it i.l'emem. Douglas.
been Weatherford NamedTo John Tiliakos, president I needed. Mr. Meredith in giving of Complete details of the local! under control, averting wit
a past
this small Cruise To Welaka Honorary pallbearers were, B.
bered that act may le-
CommitteesOf of the club and partner i his own blood was merely assuring competition will be carried in a I could possibly have been more
and the C. Clanton, Jack Stringer, Robert
lieve suffering speed
that, for a time, any person later issue of the News-Leader 'I extensive
Saturday SundayThe with his brother Nick in Tilialos
recovery of one less fortunate. Gaulding, Fred Bray, Bart I I
County Judges Boat Building Co., told his fellow __ ,._
Now if there was just some way I Sadler, Arlis Roberts, Clayton II. y ""nv- 4<":JI ,66.4 --
I could donate my excess o! Nassau County Sheriff's I Orange County Judge George Lions of the industry that Easterling, Ted L Driggers, and : : ; I
eight as easily as blood h extracted Water Patrol is sponsoring a., Adams, president of the state has been in his family for several -I members of the Northeast Florida damae.'I'
and still have the goodie cruise to Welaka this weekend. I associatfon of county judges, has generations.The Sportsmans Club. Sa 'I'Ii

my .Inner self shrieks for. j Boats will leave Saturday, Sept named Nassau County Judge J. speaker noted that his: ( I
... 7, at 8 a.m. from the docks at the I E. (Gene) Weatherf as cha l- i father learned the trade in ; Officials Visit _
Recent: purchase by mj dau h- foot of Atlantic Ave., and returr man of one of the most important I Greece, where the Tiliakos' havei 1 1a t City : ,

tcr of one of the current fads in Sunday. committees of that group. I history as boat builders. Thct' Garbage Disposal Site ____
feminine wear leads: me to believe Those wishing to make reservations Weatherford will head the I Tiliakos, first emigrated to Tal- ; At Jacksonville Beach : y _____
that ladies who are for the cruise are asked to Fees, Compensation and Office' pon Springs, where there is a >!
not garbed young in what is today con call Porter Barnard at 261-39Sr.; Administration Committees and I predominantly Greek communit), i. City Manager Dave Gatchcl)I

sidered one of the "latest thing, Sportsman Lodge at Welaka will II has also been named as a mem. ]and later to Fernandina Beach. i, Commissioners Ben Sorensen i

might well be termed as ":ihiftleu" -; afford- n overnight.. __accommodations._ I ber of the Planning Committee.. (Continued on Page ,Six.)-1 i i1 : Ii
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I ea'' '. w' -". j Public Works Jim Beard and I
ri' rw.I : City Finance Director Clayton

If you don't think publishershave 3 Sanders were in Jacksonville (
their headaches, too, consider 1t .. Beach on Wednesday to view I
this chain of events that S S % that city's garbage disposal'opI

happened over one small classifiedad SS eration. I J 1
in a typical small daily news-4 S. The viiit was part of a survey 4 tS :
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Darkr: 1- : : being conducted to determine thct: ( S ,

MONDAY: "FOU SALE: R. D. kt ;; best type operation for this elf;. [ _ ___ 4
Smith has one sewing machine for 4 The preceding week a group i
sale Phone 938. Call after 7 p.m. visited Sanford to view a lanG.S ,

I and ask for Mrs. Kelly who lives .5 J\ i fill operation there. Lj ;
wit him cheap." : I : Mayor E. J. Johnson, Jr.,
TUESDAY: "We regret having 'viewed the Jax Beach operation
erred in R. D. Smith's ad yester { over the weekend while in tHat : : ... .'r / -:-
day. It should have read: FOR c11rt :1:1S. 'I city to attend the Florida Crown % __

SALE: R. D. Smith has one sewing : :; beauty pageant. ;

machine for sale. Cheep, !
Phone 958 and ask for Mrs. Kelly .'. ... i Sandbar To Close
who lives with him after 7 "
p.m. fS'-
WEDNESDAY: "R. D. Smith I I I \5' S. !JL1* I For Two Weeks I II'
has informed us that he has received -I I : '* |f fK- i
: Forrest Ozburn, The Sandbar
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several annoying telepnone \
I' restauranteur, announces in an
calls because of an error we nude
in his classified ad yesterday. His KRAFT ATHLETIC CLUB'S Labor Day picnic attracted a large number, as evidenced advertisement in this issue that :

ad stands corrected: FOR SALt: :: by those enjoying the delicious meal served at noon. The club's new building at Ten- he and his employees will take a THE FRUITS OF LABOR was a bounteous picnic dinner enjoyed by more than 200 !
weeks vacation.
R.D. Smith has one sewing I1lathine i acres provided an enjoyable setting for members, wives, and guests, who were entertained The Sandbar will be closed from Monday when Rayonier Local 395 held its annual Labor Day outing at Jetty Lodge. !

for sale. Cheap. Phone 958 j I in the afternoon by visiting Hootenannys Aaron Flannery, KAC presidentwas Monday, Sept. 9, through MOB H. G. Wrench was chairman in charge of the all-day event, also attended by small fry I

(Continued on Page Six) In charge of the affair;. S PtG by T. B. CS day, Sept 23. ,. who enjoyed th.e spptlight, as pictured. _. pjwta by. T, H. Kiaj I

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Page Two '- lea,. Leader'Fernandina Beach, Florida -Thursday}. September 5,1963FERNANDINA Georgians Find I I i r-'-- -- -

":".. _" _'. l' . . o } ; Busijiessweii Place *
WUWVWu Good Fishing Here SestforWeiu}
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The Ms in Zachary Taylor and Jim Me- I
511 ASH STREET PHONES 3 88.3 81 i iI I i.Clain, two pf the many Georgians : :

A John K. Perry Newspaper Notion Counter who find loral fishing ;tit: .
L'" Ray OldwelJ, Editor and ?MmgerNATIONAL, D.octors' Offices. I about the best to. be found anywhere -
BY PAUL WARWICK I brought in nine. red bass
:: A Through the efforts of tw> Saturday. The largest weighing
ED.IT.o IAl: Fernandina Beach businessmen, I
It never is any fun to be em- 22 pounds. I "bDUC9Eiuiiiwls
) fshCGTldN A. S. Allan and Paul C. Bums,
< barrassed
: : and it is even worse
I The two fishermen, ofTay
lj U'A U .J all of the patients visitors and
"' Q1\o I: when you don't have nny real ex- .. cross, .were fishing out of Spoit,. '
...... ; ''(''.:"''''' I plantation about how you got embarrassed I i. 'pY relatives entering the hospital: or man's Wharf. I Ii
.. ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION in the first place. I r any pf the .d.octoj' offices Fiji I II

Published every Thursday and entered at the Post Office Might: now, I've got to apologize have an opportunity to read the
".... I Fernacdina. ,Eeaci Florida as second class mail matter to Harry Lohman and Hint i world's Bible. best seller the Holy I i i t fords the opportunity everyone in of the being! community exposed!: 'I It For heavy swice Enl"A'her! -in- 1''
Sahlman. And I
Subscription Rates: .. don't know whereto i I ; local l !! .to the greatest selling. book of all : dears ad out-there's nothing like
begin. I Allan, of A. 5. Allan's, '
(4 a year $2.25 6 months $1.25 3 Months : time, the Bible. i Diico"One-Coat) : Magic Gtoss Enamel
"* Somehow or other, in one of department store, and Burns, of'
:JL! $';50 a year out of county I The original sparkling high-gloss finIsh *
those mysterious ways with which Paul C. Burns, realtor insurance i
it seems that only newspaper men t ; I I II agent and developer, have underwritten I it's completely washablequick
have to contend, I wrote a piece{ I : this unique and outstanding drying.eay to apply. 20 brilliant

..,.... for this newspaper in which I'' service. The beautiful, large, colors asd white.
wanted to give credit to Harry gold and red bound editions are i Grand Opening Where you want a lovely low-tester
.Cowboys and Engines Ly Irwin Caplau Lohman for letting me look into of the King James vers:on. The finish for woodwork,kitchens or bath'

..u.... an old British encyclopdia and ], (THRILL OF IT ALL", starring Doris Day and James two and one-half inch thick Volumes i- rcosis select durable{ "Duco" Satui
quote dome peculiar remarks from j Garner, in technicolor, will he one of the attractions play are expected to arrive fr WESTERN AUTO. I Sheen Ew! ,*'.

therein.In i ing Sunday and Monday at the Theatre and Saturday distribution within the next week. AssociATE I
the paper, )it came out Hari,i at f the Drne-N. Besides large-sized, specially STORE Nassau Building b
l J7 Sahlman, instead of Harry: designed body type for the scriptures -

0Ii. Lohman.n- ___ i i i : the Bibles include about UNDER Supply Co.
I know Harry Sahlman dcecn' 1100 illustrations, 300 in cole
mind. Neither does Harry Loh I Heavy Flow Pirates To Invade. I Included is a pictorial study of NEW MANAGEMENT 1129 S. 8th. Phone 261-3648

man because they are both estimable ; I Continued( from Pare One) I the l life of Christ, featuring famous
gentlemen and would not j (Continued from Page One) jOsteen make the tackle position I paintings of .the great masterpiece -
fuss about such a tiny mistake. I ahead of such tourist spots as: look I and short stories. Also i'ea-i[
,But anyway I'm sorry the ims- St. Augustine, Palm Beach, Jack Chip\ goo Wood,. Mike Pilula, Jack lured is a character study of the
.j take :\was made. Harry Lohman Iii sonville Beach, Silver Springs, Barniak, Bill Miller, Joe Thrift, }.l disciples\ and a photo tour of'
a Wonderful collector of facts and< : and other beaehe the Bible lands.Reproductions.
many popular ; Chuck Howard. and Ray ,Rawla.ndI : Happy BirthdayFrom
mementoes Harry Sahlman i is I "
and resorts.I include "Th I
Ii. I i : are battling for one of the end
also a wonderful person with a j I With the limited access to F fir. I spots and all are good boys. Adoration of the Wise Me I
| story to tell that would enthralI ; nandina Beach and the Buccana: !rj ,Coach) Benner jcontinu.es to he from the ;Rubens original that i

"rVI WAniO LONG!HOUGH.?buY CAN JUST STOP 101 hW1 j I many people in Fernandina Bead Trail today, the proposed bridge pleased with. the wcpk of .the sold ,recently in London. for $?7v-) !
._ and. .elsewhere. j''to St. Mary's would be expectu group. Alan Cover and Mike Pjkula 000, "Agony in the Garden" by I Judge J. E. (Gene) Wcatherford
I My ,only hope is that both Harry i jto swell tourist traffic to t'.t : are back after missing: \ a few Heinrich Hpfman ,and ":rl\e\ .Rc- i
2LA Lohman and Harry Sahlmt' point where the Trail: would begin I sessions with .backtrouble and a sturection" by (Carl Block. : Don't
I will\ forgive me for the error I i to reach its great potential fS sran' ed ankle. .George Sheffield; i The placement! of the Holy : Forget, Your Birth Month Is

4 yet 1 I wh ich appeared in this column a Florida's most scenic and historic ; was slowed with an injured\, hand, Bibles\ according to Allan aid
I week much to the disgust pi! Time To Renew Your Driver's License
ago route. but is taking part in the practice Burns, is d roe and Ray Caldwell the editor, j An interview with Joe Scofield, ; sessions daily ;and will be jn top making wait.ng time more fruitful 'I
\tho in hates his to see mistakes croup + I manager of the Buccaneer Tsai;, : shape for the opener of the sea spiritually: and certainly af- :
paper. -- ------ -
I -
this week gleaned the above fig : son. Chip Wood was injured Tues T

.. There is no mistake about th ures and many other interesting I day afternoon when he was kick
ed in the hip, but Benner vas in
i aspects of hs: operation-
lest of this column, however. i
hopes the injury would respond to :
+j Last Friday night, luckily 1 I I Scofield revealed an interesting : treatment and not keep Wood out ANNOUNCINGXII
T' 'accepted the invitation, of Mik: figure of 4,619,864 as the ;
of sessions.
Pikula, of Container to attend number of vehicles that have practice |i'
a with him a meeting of the Methodist been registered at the toll plazas) ; Fernandina opens the season at'
Men's Club at Memorial Methodist : on the Trail since its inception Woodbine before taking the road 1 THE REOPENING OF
.' Church.In : This means, he said, that during agai nthe following Friday to playP. '
the fiscal the 5 mil K. Yonge at Gainesville on
the first place, I heard ?n year ,
., Tip frmtttrt Safer/scarce other talk by Dave Gatchel, City; Month traveler will pass through September; 27. The Pirates play i
? Fernandina Beach and be clocked' the first home game of the season I II
Manager, about the landfill pro Green Cove Springs''! JAKE'S GRILL
gram he is urging:: for Fernandin: at a toll plaza. I
Refusal to grant righf-of-waY caused more than 560,000. I Beach. And I liked it in spit 1 The Trail manager said that he on Friday, October- .3. ----.- I

,casualties. In 1961. 1 lof the fact I had heard Dave :1 expected the same fine cooperation I I ; I II 17 South 8th Street
If+few days before at the Rotarj' he has had from Trail citi,s I. '
Club. Even a supposedly hard : in making this a gala occasion bj; Register J NQW !

j boiled newspaper man likes tc rolling out the red carpet :ror; Fpr .Aimypl\ l "SAME GOOD FOOD SAME J.OW PRICES"
It I hear a guy like Dave, full of hi;: some lucky tourist\ who finds hh, ,
,. .
subject and properly enthusiasts car the 5 nrllionth. PuntPassKickContest .
:: -
as all getout.I j I Joe admits that a bridge of the
: hope Dave gets what hei type proposed from Fernandina i :
THE SANDBAR i wants and what, apparently, Beach to St. Mary's would swdl: l
': the City Commission wants. Because -. ,. the traffic over the Buccaneer. For Registration and FOR HOME AND r MILL DELIVERIES
Dave he only
says represent Trail tremendously.

-, N. WILL BE CLOSED I, that body, not himself. I. question Anticipating of whether the the inevitable flow of!. Further Stop In Information Today At PHONE 261-9083

Six +1 The Methodist Men's ClulI : I
II I mistake because I added tourists would\ thiov i burden JjQserre Motor MRS. JEWELL JACOBS, Prop. _. _
meeting was no -
: SEPT. 9 THRU SEPT 23 I on the ferry service ''t..J' tie
I met some swell guys,, St. John's River at Mayportt Sea; Company j jr

: .Jft *_&R %tiW[ c. 4&"St <* ,VJX'J5 W1r ,' .. '.... I i some, some of whom not.I Harry had known Dougherty before -,,I field said "let them come; well be, _. .. .. ; ,.. ; .. ...,. '
| 1 ready..," !1-- '-"-- --- ---- j1j""f." "I -t -- - --- t ----------t- -;-:-:-.. ..-:: -
: ; PLOYEES" ,:' i\ for example his wife is one cl ,. ,. .
ALt" S I '- '
,. TO GIVE. :' the' best fishermen around here I To back up this assertion he re p r
vealed that the two modern ferries
used to know Dad in Way-
the Buccaneer and the Black-
cross. And there was Exteen Cor-
of the most beard, have a capacity potentialof
bett, with one unusual

:. "Thanks. For Your Indulgence". I i: ous first personalities names ,and I have most ever gOl' e-1 hour over schedule.7,000\ cars .a day on a 24- Thinki.ng of A NewOirThe ?-

;FORREST OZBURN 'I I countered.It I I (It was noted at a recent high- '
: was a lot of fun if Dave level conference between road officials
Gatchel will forgive me for memorizing and engineers of FloiiJa '

-.-- _.- -- --- ; his talk I and Georgia that such a bridge as .J964 Models Will Soon Be Out
: Others there :were M. D. Dixon,, is proposed to St. Mary's would!
I president of the club; Tom Digby, I require 6,000 vehicles a day .to
i pave ,Bowers, -Tom Brown, Fret! I become feasible.) ,
: Cook, Tom Farr, Julius Core, Scofield revealed that an extensive -'
i PLAN AHEA Eldridge Tartin Stan Tarlton, II. I : promotonal program Las Check Our Loans You'll LowBtfnk' Rfites
..*Bailey: and Jim Bush. been planned for the 63-64 fiscal New .
I year and that the budget provides '
for 300,000 of the attractiveand t1 ly
Sales and Use lax I I informative brochures ic or ,
Be Amazed At The !
f D i popular with Trail travelers.
i Collections Show i In citing the increased number Repents
I of brochures to be distributed,
: Scofield said an idea of the extentof '
\\W% Increase distribution: could b.e s gained by No Hidden.Charges .
., I drawing an imaginary line from 2J
: Tallahassee J. Ed Straughn, Mobile, Alabama, to the Great
I I Director of the Flora\ Pve\enue\ Lakes' and Canada on the Nortl., t .1 \
I : Commission, said today that August East to the Atlantic Seaboard u:d
I sales and\ use tax collections back down to encircle Florida.He .
i for July business\ totaled\ $1Ii,383-1 I also noted that the welcome "t Buy Your Insurance
/\ L ,4.?4, an i increase of $ !), I Stations of the Florida Development i : i
n -- 12.87 per cent over the same I Commission are doing a fine'ob I 1 '{ it a. f: y ,r.f 'y Wherever
month last year. I in distributing the brochures a
: "The collections cover the first : and that a great number have
'\ \ month of business under the sales 1 been given out at the Florida: ? P V'' S You Please

: "f.. J : and use tax law as expanded oy :I Showcase in Rockefeller Center, .__, I
I the Legislature," Straughn said. I II : New York City.
I "It might appear that collections I It was further noted that .a
I \ were not as complete &3 number of signs, both inform { See Our Loan Office=
: they might have been,"* Straughn have been
tional; and directional, For Fast Courteous
I said, "but it is quite natural that requisitioned for ,the coming year ,
full compliance with the law by Scofield sad: that he felt such k Service

.' businessmen will take several. signs would greatly; increase the
months. I want to point out, hov.- traffic through this part of the .
1i ever that we feel all dealers have Florida Crown. And You Can Be Sure

been fully advised of the changesin I When queried about the upcoming 1 '
1 The Bank Way Is The
the law and that compliance : and \highly publicized promotion I fTi -, _

; must be put into effect without in ,St. Augustine of the I Best Way "'..I. .
also must realize that
delay. They Quadricetennial pf the Ancient i
the law was effective July 1, ai d in 1965, Scofield said thathe !
City ... ...
that although they may not have believes the Buccaneer Trail 1 REMEMBER -.-< ...... -' .
collected taxes as required by the will have its ,heaviest year. This, I v r .:tf.. ,.... ,

i. law they will be expected to pay he said, would depend greatly; 0:11
CarrierFURNACE them. the efforts made to direct the i
Straughn said more than 11- traffic flow through this area. i Horsepower, Performance and Style Are I Important In Any Automobile But Mote' ,
000 new All in all, it appears that ,the:

... ,I mission have been since received the expanded by the Com-sales Buccaneer and more travelers Trail will the afford most mole picturesque :I Important. !Is The Satisfaction And Feeling of Security You Will Enjoy With .A.

and use tax law went into effect and historically-signifi :; .
July 1. They are from person cant route through Florida and i I j Loan From Your Local Bank. .
and firms who were not under the ; that the proposed ,bridge over the ., '
NOW ; law prior to its,expansion by the St.; Mary's and Amelia River will ". -'" .....

Legislature |i iI swell the traffic flow immeasurably CALL OR STOP IN TODAY AT THE BANK OF FRIENDLY SERVICE ::
I "Fiscal year collections July i I n
: YOU CAN GET ECONOMICAL, DRAFT-FRE, and August total $32,476,152, an (A joint survey is being con. :
increase of $2,904,841 or Oh2 t: lucted by Florida and Georgia &f "
( WHOLE HOUSE HEAT per cent over the previous comparable i I ibis time. The survey will include! !
period Straughn said. I Ii a report on origin and destination FloridaNational Bank
i Calendar year collections tou l of tourists, traffic and earnings: j
: $135,567,869 an increase of 5.2G+ of the proposed bridge and\ physical j .
; L. B. Reese Plumbing & Heailag Co, :I per cent or $6,782,855 over tieI I Ii civil engineering survey t.fthe -
i same period last year. waters marsh and land areas !
Gasoline tax collections for August ; FERNANDINA BEACH .1 p .-
to be crossed.) .
: "We Service Everything We Sell"1jOI I totaled $11,362,644, an increase ';':

of $286,974 over July, and j ATLANTIC. ;,- j PHONE 2613695i
i : .South\. Slh Street Phone 261-4S92 j $512,876 over the. month of August Trade At Home ''''} : '' "T ..; >

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I News-Leader Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursday, September 5 1963 Page ThreeMiss
Engaged ,
(Ell to Hardee Circle4Has i Campbell-Dunman Wedding August 30 I ."'. ,

;:i At WSCS Coke Meeting Party Jo Ann Owens Bride of August 17 t, wedding ed bodice Skinner, appliqued gown satin.of white with The deluster-reem-fitted College Bound

The Ella Hardee Circle of Mejrnorial (' i broidered Alencon lace accented I I Miss Susan Crisp, daughter of
I rb i X'v'' :with seed pearls, featured elbow ,
Methodist Church was: Mr. and Mrs Buell Crisp, will
'hostess lor' Coke party prE'tooJng I length sleeves. The voluminous; leave Saturday to begin her sophomore .

the regular meeting of the Y hoop-skirt, overlaid with insertsof year at Western Carolina
L Woman's Society of Chrstian lace appliques and seed pearls, :n Cullowhee, N. C.

Service held Monday at 2 p.m. :n fell in soft, unpressed pleats
I t Whitney Hall. from the back waistline, to a Terry Babb, son of Mr. and
IIAP1pp circular Chapel train. Her fingertip Mrs. Rotert Babb, returned Mon-
Mrs Paul Burns in
; was : tLIatk veil of silk illusion was day to Florida State University
: the entitled, "What
program ; attached to a crown of seed pearls | in Tallahassee where he will resume -
Shall We Teach Our Children
saz. .
\ and teardrops. Her bouquet was studies.
About the Use of Money. She i
> .
of white phalonopsis orchids he'd
i 3\
was assisted by Mrs. David Bow- 1 with stephanotis and white satin: Bobby Jennings, son of Mr. and

I ribbons- Mrs Marion Jennings, recently
1Z. F. Dickens, WSCS \4;' Immediately following the i left for Brevard College to begin

president, presided during the I I his freshman year.
.r wedding, a reception was held ill
t business meeting. MrsJ.. W. W-L 'SGPRs the Social: Hall of the church. I i Miss Louise Rauschert, daughter

Biers led the prayer for mission.. : }:, Mrs. Owens, mother of the of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Raus--

aries. i I f f.vf bride, greeted guests in a dress chert, left Monday for Florida

The following announcement < i of aqua gerogette over faille,'State University where she via
were made: The district education designed with a draped neckline begin her sophomore 'ear. )HiS
i )
service will be held Sept. 11 at ...... The engagement of Miss sores .
.\ k. : <* bodice. The slim skirt was com- jRai'schert attended Stetson 'iJri-
I i
,Jacksonville Beach Methodist : Jean Hooper, to Gordon ValerIe \ ,. plemented by a front overskirt. 'i versity for her senior of'high
Church; a covered dish luncheon : Rawls, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert ;} \( She wore a corsage of champagne school. year
Pryor Rawls of this! city, i it :
will be served at 12:30 p.m. on 't t \ ; I cymbidiums.
23 followed the announced by her parents, Mr I J. K. Freeman, of Mr.- and
Sept. by regular I \ +' '.. ,zD, Mrs. Moulton, mother of the son
business meeting of the WSCS; ... ...... .. .. ,,. and Mrs. Otto D. Hooper, Eden {. .'. ,.:. bridegroom, chose a dress of : Mrs. Kelly Freeman, left Tuesday -
: .. '3". '
;. .. I .
Terrace Rock Hill South Car
, a' Leadership Train'ng course :;;:"t. .. :-- :.. ;. :: I soft beige all-over embroideredsilk I to resume classes at Jacksonville
; Sept. 23-21 at Arlington Methodist : '. ... '. Y'I. linaThe .. .;..:: .. .... '.::: : ::: .:. designed! with scoop neckline University after attend-
'Church; and a study course .: .. + .. ;. :'. .::;.....:'. bride-elect is a student at :t./" .:'" fi"'a: :t .: { elbow length sleeves and ':ing summer classes there. '
in Rock Hill.
Winthrop College
Dct 1, with Mrs. R. E. Phinney : ....: :: sheath skirt. Her corsage was o!
i'\tb .. : Jim Beard, son of Mr. and Mrs
I Mr. Rawls graduated from Fer-- : :'" ; [
: \
,t in charge. ..;":.,"....... y i. ; \ I nandina Beach High School in ..'.': : ... ::.. .:,1:..k. ,'.. I yellow bride's cymbidiums.The table. overlaid' J' J- A. Beard, left last. week to:
The meeting was closed with ": 1959 and is at was i, Florida State University to' enter -
the benediction. :...::I;" '; ;...:: presently employed ., .t.\: \ 4r with an imported embroideredlinen his
; : sophomore
.. Bowater Paper Co., Rock Hill. : year.
'I :
} cloth. The beautiful pedestal -
:.,: *
'\ C I Wedding plans will be announced ." '...:".,>"::'.>''': '",. .i\. cake, accented with white i I j Frankie Morr's, son of Mr'and

I Mitchell Tiliakos I ;... : ', later. .. ,,, ':. '\:":! .;: ; orchids, white satin bows and i Mrs. C. F. Morris, will leave':"ri-
: .
Feted At Party I ,:. ..:::;; : '. :: I seed pearls' was encircled with day! to begin his sophomore year
Miss Higginbotham, t ruffled white tulle. Silver candelabra [ at the University of Florida in
I On 6th Birthday >. I' I entwined with garlands 1 Gainesville. [
R. j
Jimmy Sparkman I I
I ,, of smilax holding pink carnations -
Mitchell Tiliakos the honored II (See }age four)
was Married August 30 : and daisy-chrysanthemums,I :
'a' nC .
i guest at a lawn birthday (, ,>..'., held lighted white tapers.
party given by his parents, Mr. Miss Kay Higginbotham and ih:':{' The punch table was oveilaid the corsage of white orchids

I end Mrs. John Tiliakos, at their ;_ Jimmy R. Sparkman were mar- : .I with: a matching cloth and held : from her wedding bouquet. *

home on 14th Street on- Friday, ried in the First Baptist Church ....- ,- '." .... 1@: I a large, crystal punch bowl and I Upon their return the couple
I 1I August 23.During I of Folkston! Georgia on August +OYiv. silver trays of assorted open will be at home in Orlando.

I the afternoon games 30, with the Rev. G- Latimer of- MRS. MERRILL MONROE MOULTONThe face sandwiches- Silver candel- : Out of town guests were, "Mt.I .
were enjoyed, with prizes won by ficiating.The abra, entwined with smilax and I and Mrs. L. L. Taylor, Mr. .and

pobby Sanders and Stevie Tiliak I MRS. JAMES ROBERT DUNMAN bride is the daughter of First Baptist Church pro Lucy Dyal was bridesmaid and] pink carnations, holding lighted I Mrs. David Cory, Mr. and Mrs.

os. Birthday cake, grape punch,: Mr. and Mrs. Bernard L Higgin- vided a beautiful setting Saturday -: junior bridesmaid was Miss Mary tapers, provided an enchanting Ron Baker, Joe Gooch, John
I fee cream and candy were served Miss Judy Sylvia Campbell became of honors. Her bouquet was 01 botham. Parents of the bride evening, August 17, when i I Ann Carm'chael.: background. { Ilethcock and Mr- and Mrs. -Bl1

the guests. the bride of James Robert yellow Fuji mums. groom are Mr. and Mrs. Wade H, Miss JoAnn Owens, daughter of i i They wore gowns of rose pink Pouring punch were Mrs. L. L. Root and son, Billy, all ot.Orlando -
I Enjoying the occasion with Mitchell Dunman, in a beautiful double Charles Geiger served as bct: Sparkman, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. William Gary I I peau de soic, designed with fit- Owens, Mrs. T. A. Hinkle and ; Mr. and Mrs. George $tal-

and his parents were, Garry i I ring ceremony August 30 at Yulce man and ushers were, Jimmy The couple will reside on South Owens, became the bride of Mer-II: ted bodice with scoop neckline Mrs. S. D. Cowart, aunts of the I vey, Hahira, Ga.; Mr. and }frs.J. .

I and Bobby Sanders, Jean and De- 'Baptist i Church. The Rev. Fran- Heape and Jerry Kittrell Fletcher Ave.Hospital. rill Monroe Moulton of Orlar.rlo'l i and short cap sleeves. The modified iI bride. M. Markey, Waycross, pa.;
|>ra Smith, Maria Deonas, Mich- I' cis A. PickerJr.., pastor, performed Given in marriage by her father Parents of the bride I bell skirt featured a cascadeof Mrs. H. V. Burgess, Mrs. Q. A- i Cecil Owens, Mr. and Mrs. Shelton -

ad l Tiliakos, and Anna.and StevieTiliakos 1 the ceremony at sevei.- the lovely blonde bride was Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Moulton of unpressed pleats flowing from Dyal and Mrs. W. H. Flood Cowart, Mr. and Mrs.\ Steve
thirty o'clock. radiant in her wedding gown of AuxiliaryTo Red Oak, Iowa. I I'I a self bow at the waistlineTheir served cake. Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stockton -

Mothers present were, Mrs. The bride is the daughter of candlelight satin- The fitted bodice Meet TuesdayThe The Rev. Paul D. Carmichael, :. headpieces were match'ng pearl During the evening Mrs. Isaac Mr. and Mrs. CR.. Owens

Clayton Sanders, Mrs. Nick Tilia- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas Foster : featured a scoop neckline enhanced pastor of the Ancient City Baptist crowns with short veils of illus- Shiver, at the piano, provided a and daughter, Nella, and Mr and

I los and Mitchell's grandmother, Mr. Dunman's parents are with Rosepoint lace em- ladies Auxiliary to Hum Church of St. Augustine, ion, and they carried bouquets program of soft backgroundmusic. Mrs. Clyde Sauls, Mary Nell and
Irs. Clara Tiliakos. ,- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Pun- broidered in seed pearls, and long phreys Memorial Hospital will uncle of the bride, performedthe : I of shaded pink carnations fea- Helen, all of Jacksonville; Mrs!!
.1 tapered sleeves edged in matching double After spending some time P. D Carmichael, Sr., Jacksonville -
meet in regular session Tuesday ring ceremony at turing cascades of Frenched piii ;! :
!I man.Floor baskets of white gladiolasand : lace appliques. The voluminous -I afternoon, September 10, at 3:30 II eight o'clock. I carnations. with their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Beach; Mr. and Mrs. G..j L
Correction skirt extended to a Chapel : I Owens Bronson I> and Mrs
Moulton left for a wedding trip ; r
used in the hospital dining room. Providing of '
chrysanthemums, en I pm. a program nup Ltttle Miss Patricia Boles, niece
train from the softly pleated I to central Florida. The bride I K. R. Owens, Gainesville; Rev-
\, There was an error in the Itt: each side of the altar candelabra, were flank-holing waistline, enhanced with a pod.I All prospective members are assemb-led 'I. of the bride: was flower girl. chose for travel a dress of !light and Mrs. Paul D. Carmichael l,:
Of the Woman's Club Committee ed with I bustle at the elongated back bed urged to attend. : She wore a dainty silk organza I, blue silk linen, complementedwith I Mary Ann and Douglas, St. Au-,
t' chairmen submitted last week. lighted white tapers casting ice, closed with tiny self covered ; ganist. The traditional wedding I( frock of petal pink, featuring an beige accessories. She wore gustine.PORTER '
Corrected Mrs D C Land w 11be I a soft glow over the setting. buttons. Her veil of silk illusion Miss McGee To Wed I marches were used. I, Empire waistline and bouffant

the Thrift Shop chairman for As the guests assembled, Mis.\ I was caught to tiara of seed pearl Don Collins was "soloist anJ I skirt. She carried a white basket 1-_ .. ,fr_.... f'7r rlVJv 1R 11! Ji..J.w.: ..- !:.Jr ........ :.. ,
19G3-64. Martha McPherson, organist, rendered and and she carried I' Charles Fennelle I sang, "I Love Thee, and "0 i!! bedecked with petal pink : o' '+ \to '\, ,;; :J'A'J.;' .-
sequins ..
...... I Perfect Love." .t : !1;< :Itd., 'rj. <* ..... ..I"...' : t JL
-- -- a program of nuptial music. I white Bible topped with a whit Saturday EveningThe I i ribbons, filled with gossamer '-.. ...( 't "'I! .I.UM.'.
Cascading arrangements of
I The traditional wedding marches i orchid corsage held with white I white flowerlets. .
WATCH FOR I i were used. Rev Picker, accompanied I i'satin ribbons and lily-of-the-val- wedding of Miss Caroline white gladioli chrysanthemumsand :I R'ngbearer: was Master Chuck

I I'I i at the piano by Mrs. Picker, ley. cGee..daughter of ;Ir.. and Mrs. gossamer white daisies an Grant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Char f
Grand softly sang The Lord's Prayer it Immediately following the ceremony W. B. McGee:to Charles Fennelle, circular floor candelabra flanked les Grant. CARPET j
Opening by pyramid candelabra, holding: ,
''I the benediction.: a reception was held in the will be solemnized Saturday, Sep- 'lighted Cathedral tapers, were i George Stalvey of Hahira,

I i Miss Carolyn Dunman, sister of I Educational Building- tember 7, at Memorial Methodist used on the altar to provide the I,I Georgia was best man for Mr. .
I WESTERN AUTO : the bridegroom, was maid of honor. -I Mrs. Foster, mother of the Church. beautiful background for the ;: Moulton. Ushers were Bill Root 1 & LOVEQUIST
She wore a gown of soft pink bride, greeted guests in a sheath :
I The couple will repeat their I wedding party. A profusion of and Ron Baker of Orlando, 1 1t"
I ASSOCIATE STORE I silk made on Princess lines, er. :i dress of light blue lace, worn vows at seven o'clock. i summer greenery throughout the I Wayne Libby and G. W. Boles. COLOR CENTER :
hanced with bustle. She accessories and
pouf with
a I matching an All friends and relatives of the church completed the setting. I I Given in marriage by her .

: carried a bouquet of white Fuji: orchid corsage. couple are invited. I Mrs. G. W. Boles was matron. father, the petite brunette bridewa 5 POINTS PHONE 261-3008 :
UNDERNEW mums. Mrs.: Dunman, mother of the i
of honor for her sister. Miss s never lovelier than in her .
Bridesmaid was Miss Mane bridegroom, chose a sheath of: Fernandinians Attend -- -- -- -._-- .- --- _. -- -- -- .
MANAGEMENT Clements who wore an aqua silk ,I beige silk, worn with bone acces-
gown made identical to the maid! sories. Her corsage was an or Florida Crown Beauty

j --- ----- --------i chid.The bride's table was overlaid Show In Jax BeachIn I \tI 'j// '1 '- /1 .

with an imported linen cutwork
1933 TO 1963 cloth and centered with a handsome Jacksonville Beach Saturday : .
I t
to attend the Florida Crown
three tier wedding cak .

30th ANNIVERSARY I fern miniature Encircled, the cake with bride was garlands and topped bridegroom.Miss of with lace.a Beauty E.Fernandinians J.Pageant Johnson,were,'including Jr., a Chamber numberof Mayor % / To Our Teachers! 1 1I

Gloria Nettles and Miss of Commerce President and Mrs. !j ,
I SPECIALS FOR SEPTEMBERColor Jean Buchan served and MissErnie Chuck Flenniken, Merchants As- I :

Clements kept the bride's sociation President and Mrs-
I book. Burns Bailey, Chamber Secretary -i :
Ruth Brown Susan and Robert .
I For their wedding trip, Mrs\ \ .
I rallify, Perm. Dunman chose a sheath dress ul Bailey and Danny Kittrell. :.I :

Reduced I white linen complemented with Miss Patsy Bailey was a con-
blue accessories. She wore the testant in the pageant, representing -i ;

30c ileatity t L SIIOjI I ) 30% white wedding orchid bouquet.The corsage. from her Chamber the of Commerce.Presbyterians Fernandina. Beach I To New Teachers And To Teachers Returning


PERSONALIZED SERVICE AIR CONDITIONED Road./ will be at home on Amelia Slate Again This Year 1Ve Extend A Sincere Welcome 1- :

I Out of town guests were, Mr.
DRYERS CONVENIENT APPOINTMENTS and Mrs. Robert Head, Miss Beth Annual Family Picnic

I PHONE 261- 6S6 Head, Miss Robin Head, Miss For Sunday, Sept. 8 With Best Wishes For APleasant :
Gloria Head, Norman Albertson,

..... ..- --- -- -- John March, all of Jacksonville; The First Presbyterian Churchof
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thomas Foster, Fernandina Beach will bold I Year. :

Mr- and Mrs. Cecil J. Smith, Jr. the annual family picnic Suriday, ,

l NeurastheniaNeurasthenia and son, Jeff, of Birmingham Sept. 8, at the Kraft Athletic

I Alabama. Club facility, "Ten Acres", at 8

I is commonly railed nervous exhaustion. It i is p.m.All I It I is a pleasure l and honor to \

:i condition of the m-nous system:: characterized by physical or I members of the congregation ':
j mental inefficiency. Stork ClubRecent are cordially invited to bring have you in our community. .'... .

Neurasthenia frequently follows o\erxork.'orry and prolonged I their family and friends. Recreational a it

( mental strain. Firm the beginning there are occipital activities for all ages are I r
headaches insomnia, inability to concentrate, and irritabilityor I arrivals at HumphreysMemorial planned.son I 1
depression. Many patients hare a feeling! of cranial constriction Hospital: 9 Come in to get acquainted : : 4 ,

I similar to that caused bj the wearing of a skullcap or !I A son Anthony Wilson, born or to visit us again. '
a tight hat band; others complained of upon the top i :-',
pressure: 1127 North 15th
August 3 to Oscar and Mary Eli St.A ri
of the head. Rest doc not rmcome physical fatigue as in i
I mot diseases, hence patients with neurasthenia awaken in the I zabeth Hagan, 430 South 7th St. daughter, Pauline, born August ) .

morning elhau.h>d. Some case of neurasthenia terminate in A son, Curtis Jerdon, born August 27 to Robert J. and MarGaret 0 We are genuinely interested '. 1 ,,

insanity.If 7 to Parnell and Sara Boat- Love, Rt 1, Box 379. .

you arc buffering from nervous strain, you should consult right, Box 330A, Clinch Drive.A in serving you well. :.. ,,-..."' : ..,I:,. 4 :
a chiropractor don't put it off until jou reach the A daughter, Carol Robin, born "f :
breaking point Chiropractic is the science if the spine and itsrdatiJl1.1hip daughter Karen Norecn August 27 to Joseph and Caroiyr. t -.' ." '.
to the nervous system:: born August 10 to Pcrlibh and Sylvester, 430 South 7th St .
Our selection of and
l I Mary Lightsey, 309 South 7th 0 goods : ,' a :

i St. A son, David Dwaine, born Au- services is complete. :
rust 31 to Gerald and Barbara
Hours A daughter, Glenita Faye, borr
I clocker, Rt 1, Box lit I
August 12 to Glenn and Fay
L :Mon. "'cll. Fri. '
I Parton, Jacksonville.A i Mr. and Mrs. James A. Armstrong We look forward to seeing /
I 9-12!) & 2-G 1 proudly announce the ;
son, Timothy, born Angus
)irth of a son, Jeffrey Steven, on you soon. D !
15 to Jesse and Ruthie Melton _
131 Kings Street 26 .
Callahan.A Vugust in Waycross Memorial t
Hospital The little fellow weigh- Y a c:
Phone 729- 6 It
daughter, Lisa Lynette, barn Jd 7 Ibs. 2& ozs. I

King land, Georgia August 16 to Roger and Land %
Fowler, Box 14, Estrada St. CARD OF THANKS' ; ;
.v F"r. May I use this method to excess ; *
A daughter, Rhonda Ekne x /
heartfelt thanks to
DR. C. R. CROCKER DR. T. A. OWEN my my ,
born August 16 to Allen and riends and relatives for the ,

Mary Courson, Rt. 1, Yulee. nany wonderful cards, thoughtfu'
Kingsland Chiropractic Clinic I A son, Gerald Norman, Jr. rifts and flowers, during my re- 1
ent operation and convalensc'ht <
born August 25 to Gerald and r
\ St. Vincent's and St. Luke'j Outfitters For The Entire Family ,
"Associated with Owen ChiropracticClinic Eva Boles, 110 South 15th St. '
Hospitals. .
of Jacksonville" . .... .
r A son, Keith Michael, born August Thank you so much.
26 to W. F. and Faye Atk- (signed) Mrt. Lee Youcjblood

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Pace Four Ne s-lendcr, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, September 6, 1 9G3 4 r W1 .bi1 hLSialaai.:..':Y'AtiUYiLYYiYLYL+tl i ...ylirby.i"." ; should be carefully watu. .3 1.

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J I sprouting! seed and nt\t:5p'r-:
PERSONAL t S and glass removed. Keep rf3

Cottage Bound 1 I TfieGarden I the shade at first in as even a

t 1.I 1.- I as possible and gradual l >
I and MrsE.. E. Care.:.. Mrs. Don Lancaster, ar tlrc into and more li,. ,t
.... (From page three) j jI I daughter Cindy, and Mrs. Jung: .I children Dome Mark, ant Tod I Basket : the young more plants have i ;-

." Miss Sharon Cough, daughterof Lyle of Ozcna, aldMiss )Illl her mother, Mrs. tce Over?,, : themselves and can U..o
Jack of Richmond Va. and Miss Annexe Jacobs left t .
wen Don't overwater ...e
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. and sunlight.
\ Hiss Ginny Markham, daughter Labor Day weekend guests ,ol : Wednesday far Cfeerob N. C !I g BY JANE SCOFIELD plants; they can't use it
\ Miss Marie Cone. I to speed a week camping and vi>- :I 1 their roots develop.Consultant.
of Mr. and Mr!- A. C. Markham
will leave Saturday for Brevard I < I iUD: J. L* Burgess'and is: parent !I interested in i drainage mater'al: such as
I Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge Zip II All gardeners not I' I
College in Brevard N. C. I : !I from would use for pot plants. I Ii I
perer of Savannah, Ga. sent last I raising their own plants VA

.. Johnny Morris, son of Mr. and rx weekend With: Mr. and Mrs. E. H, Jimmy Howard left Tuesday I: seed read no /urther. This article i drainage off of helps to prevent Whatever To Visit Area
Mrs. C. F. Morris left Tuesday Junek. i for his home in Ledowki, Ca. i is strictly for those who want to I lag plants.
tamer is used needs
for the University of Florida in after spending the weekend! with I try their hands at raising flown to be I
.l Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Durshiniti! I four inches in depth and : State Service Officer Joseph
Ga'negvilIe. Johnny is a trainer the Henderson family! on S. lath : from seed for the satisfaction of
and Nita of Toom be filled to within one half will be in Fernandina:
1 daughter Faye or
I Street i I for the saving m
for the Univenit 's football;
1- TL bora, Ga., spent the past weekend I the garden budget, or for tfl fourth inch from the top, wh; on Monday, Sept. 9, for in-
: Mrs. John K. Stone of Moitictllo allows to water at with veterans and, cr
I 'I' :.: : with his brother and wife, Mr, pleasure of having interesting; space and
Miss Sylvia Poole daughter of : and Mrs. F. L. Darshlmer! arJ Gab visitBg: this week! varieties in the garden whic same time makes for even dependents.Those .
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Poole, left '- family. with her son-ia-hw, and daughter ;I, would be difficult or impost bution of 1 Ight- Flats should wishing to make an ap

Monday to begin her sophomore, !! ,, Mr. and Mrs. James A. Ann- to obtain from the growers "t clean and those used for the between the hours: of
State Miss Clare Heckel daughter ond time sterilized.
: year at Florida Universityin strong.
, of the late Rev and Mrs. Paul banded plants. To be successfvi and four p.m. are asked to
Tallahassee 'I Press the soil down to i
G. Heckel, has moved to Fer- Mr. and Mrs Frank Lambright one must have the time audI County Service Officer Tha-
firm but not hard seedbed
I, Dennis Meilstrup, who spentthe .. nandina Beach from Rossvillc,, and Mrs. John L. Smith Sr. spent I I enough incentive to folio piece of board is to G. Hall! at his office on North
i summer work'ng: at Container Ga. and is residing at 18 Noitii; : Labor Day weekend in Brewton I through. I 1 good
...... 'I II D. C. I Good fresh seed is a must, anything .. tamp it with. Soak the flat St.
VISITORS in Mr. and
'. '. Corp., left Saturday to resume RECENT Washington, were 4th St. Miss Heckel is the niece Ala. with Mrs. Smith's son-n-
I 1 classes at the University of Florida Mrs. James S. Stevens and son, Robert, of Yulee. At left i| of Mrs. D. A. Kelly. law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs I less is not worth the tim I water and let it drain the'v

in Gainesville. is Congressman D. R. (Billy) Matthews\ of Florida's I James Holland. i and energy expended. Seed pac thoroughly no sogginess. VTradoAt _HomeHow
I I Mr. and Mrs. George W. Sch- kets marked "pat ed for 1964 Planting the seed in rows
Eighth Congressional District, as he welcomed the Stevensto I
| ardt of Charleston, S. C. visited are on the racks in stores not. an advantage over broadcasting
Store brown in a jar
sugar office for visit.
with The absorb a ( here Labor Day with their aunt,, Florida., Forest Several of the Jacksonville garden : in that any encroaching I
prunes. prunes i I
Mrs. D. A. Kelly. stores carry bulk seed in good Much
sweetness from the sugar and not mistaken for little
-- I are
moisture the sugar from takes the some of the', Classifieds I Pay Off | Holmes To Assist Mrs.. Roy Lentjes and infant Service AssistsTimfeerland and variety is a which little is cheaper.sure to Of be eoura fre3h i then too it is possible to use : Social SecurityWill

prunes. son, Curtis Edmund arrived these are the popular mixture same flat for several varieties I

Senior Citizens Monday by plane from Washington ; Owners! and varieties and you may hat< plants. Seed' packets carry You Collect?
:.: :. I D. C., for a visit with her to order through a catalogue unusual struetions as to planting d<,.
j : parents, Mr. and'Mrs.. Ralph items or certain colors yui but if in doubt a general l rule to live comfortably dur
I In This Area Wood. I Field assistance by Florida For might like to try. follow is to cover the seed ; your retirement t A Metropoii-

Mrs. Grace is ; est Service! farm foresters to Three conditions: must be met its own thickness of soil. \ Family Security Check-t;p
II'S EASIER TO COPE WITH I (Special J. Edwin Larson, pected to arrive McAleavy Sunday to make ex landowners during a 12-month i ii for these good seed you have< ing seed too deep is a ices you the financial fact,

I I State Treasurer and Insurance her home with her daughter, i period July 19o2 through June bought germinate successful! fault. Small seed are covered ; helps you plan for the fu

I (URREHT EXPENSES Commissioner, said today that : Miss Patrcia: McAleavy I 1963 involved the treatment of the correct temperature, sufficient sifting dry soil over them, : A regular review of your
John Holmes has been named, [ South Fletcher Ave- I on 1,764,000 acres of woodlands. i moisture and air present very small seed are not : health is as important

t Senior Citizen coordinator in the This was. an increase of 34 percent I' in the planting medium. In addition at all. With some tiny seed it your physical check-up. Tins

I'. WHIN YOU I CONSOLIDATE I l i YOUR I Jacksonville Office. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Reade of: over the year before, according the seedbed should have protection good practice to mix: a little is strictly confidential-
I Mr. Holmes will work with! Seymour's Point have returned I' to the Florida Forest Service from heavy winds a.1J I soil with the seed for more there is no obligation ex-

TV .OLD OBLIGATIONS Frank Alexander State coordinator j I after a month's motor trip througl. and does not include fire suppre- .rain, from insects that might rat sowing. After planting the pt to those you love. Why not

: for Senior Citizen Services,, : 14 states, going as far as Massachusetts sion activity by Florida Forest I rj away the seed or molest tile flat can be covered with a me today?
f. i in providing: insurance informai i where they visited with Service crews. young plants, and from lungus of glass and a newspaper, (
II I I i ton! and advice to senior citizens their son, W. T. Reade. Accompanying I Florida Forest Service Forest' growth which mght: cause damp- :'I single sheet of newspaper can MIKE
t ... .. in Baker, Clay Duval Nassau the Reade's on their vacation -I! Management Chief R. A. Bon ing-off of the plants. Seed do nol t laid flat on top of the soil

i t. .. If you have a backlog bills,get a AC.. and St. Johns Counties. I were their two grandchildien, ninghausen said that 3,989 Florida -I need plant: food from the soil tc any necessary watering
.. FIALAMl'tropolitaD
"This new program for Senior I Nancy Flowers, and Carolyn Alex- timberland owners requested germinate. The two seed leaves through the newspaper thus
: consolidation loan. It's such an easy way. Citizens will provide, a needed iander. On their way home the technical forestry advice of field or cotyledons which first appeal disturbing the seed. I r
: to handle everything! service for the senior citizens of group attended a reunion of the assistance during the one-}car have existed in the seed in embryo too much moisture condenses Phone

the area covered by the Jackson- Dalrymple family in Cartage, N. C. period. He said the marked increase form and they contain der the glass and it must be Fernandina Beach

vine Office," Larson' said. Around 100 were present for the was due, apparently to increasing enough stored food to nourish' ed. One wants a slightly :
r loam up fljll to $600 The new Senior Citizens Service occasion. Before returning home confidence by Florida the seedling until it can form its condition, not excess dampn Life Insurance Co.
: New York II, N. 1.i .
: Section will work closely! the Reade's took their grandchildren I landowners that a planned timber true leaves. The majority of ,seeds will
with senior citizens, clubs and to their homes. inate better in the dark, but
I Nancy management program does pay in The optimum temperature for
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: G.A.C.CORPORATION. FINANCE organizations in the area. The i Flowers is the daughter of Jaek I greater profits.. seed germination differs with;

!! Senior Citizens Service Director i Flowers of Tampa, and Carolyn The 'yearly project activity report various plants, but CO to 70 degrees -
I will devote all of his time to coordinating I Alexander, daughter of Skip Alexander ;I i shows more Florida timber- is acceptable to many c!
the activities of the : of St. Petersburg. them. Seeds of tropical plants require -
; land owners are: ,
I '! you GET 24 MONTHS 20 MONTHS II MONTHS 12 MONTHI new"Too division. of our senior cili- I Rev. and Mrs. Bill Griffin aud : ((1)) seeking advice on planting a warm germination temperature -
many I of 75 to 90 degrees some
I S 75.00 S 5.06 S 5.47 S 7.51". zens, in their anxiety to obtain daughter Deana, of Covinglui, pines and proper s'te: preparation I II of the tender and half hardy;
1 Ga., are visiting this week wtli for establishment of planted com-
160.00 S 9.49 10.79 11.67 16.11 adequate insurance coverage,. I plants like temperatures of CO to
I. ;mercial timber stands- I Ii
i Mrs. Griffin's parents, Mr. and
i' 25,00 2.c.86 28.35 30.69 .42.5 have been buying from non-li 80 degrees, and our hardy plants
600,00 3".39 39.3" 41.66 59.3' censed companies which on the ; Mrs. D. 0. Oxley. i ((2)) taking scientific measure require even lower temperatures

I I surface appear to offer lucrative ''I Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Kennard I to control forest insects and dis :- 40 to 65 degrees. The timing

: 308 Atlantic Avenue benefits but in reality provide and son, Stuart, of Charlotte N. ; eases. i iI of seed planting with the year',;

only disappointment. It will be I C., recently spent two weeks on I ((3)) using selective cutting methods seasons; is therefore important unless ..

I Fernondlna leachflorldaTelephone our duty to do everything possible I the beach. While here they visited i I in marketing their timber gardeners contrive means to

,: 261-3681 to see that our elder citizens I with Mr. Kennard's mother, and pulpwood harvest i provide the correct temperatures! BIG 12 INCAPACITY

receive guidance and protection," Mrs. H. B. Kennard, and his sister i Twenty-nine Farm Foresters, wh'ch: brings up the need for hotbeds :;-
I Ol Ice How: Doily f-5;WefrttJay Saturday M 12 Larson said."These I and her family, Mr. and Mis. each serving single county uni s cold frames and keeping *

.-- ALSO FIVE CONVENIENT OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE_. unlicensed companies: ,, ; R. E. Townsend or combinations of several counties certain seeds in the refrigerator : : fILTER-FLO
I which usually advertise by mail,, i throughout the state mar- for several weeks before planting. :i. ,

-- -- -- -- are not regulated J>y the State. Mayor E. J. Johnson, Mrs. Ruth keted 41,102 cords of pulpwoodand I No doubt each section of the 1 .\' ?ll .
i This makes it difficult for the 1 Brown, Chuck Flenniken president 8,281,000 board feet of lumber country has difficulties peculiar: : __ "WATER SAVER
V to of the Chamber' of Commerce sized trees. Crude totaled
policyholder recover premiums gum in this '
to its climate, but ours tocality -
or receive benefits," Larson add and Mrs. Flenniken, spent 19,502 barrels, nearly double increased tne
have been by
Dozier & Gay Paints ed. Saturday at Jacksonville .Beuli the previous year's volume. succession of unusually cold winters t"MJ: : 0 Damp Dry Spin :

..- | "The law passed by the 19b3; attending the Florida Crown Gross return to landowners we have been having. Ko;; >>'I t ,.' ,

E .." "BEST FOR THE SOUTH" Legislature: sponsored by the Council and the "Queen of tte was $837,368 $113,536 moia only can we not raise the semitropical t\:\ gam' 9 Spiral Activator

:, State Insurance Department, permitting Florida Crown" beauty pageant than: during the preceding: year. I II I plants which we used to, ,,; .
: ., any Florida licensed where Miss Patsy Bailey, daughter -I New services, offered by the alf L1 11 :..:',N I t
At Prices To Suit Your Budget but we also cannot bring our) : '" Only :
agent to sell health insurancefor of Mr. and Mrs. Burns Bailey, ,. Forest Management Branch of hardy annuals into bloom as early ;: gOOPer '
any company permitted tc I represented the Fernandina Beach the Florida Forest Service! now with the result that their -. -z Y

t LATEX or ENAMEL i i do business, in Florida, is a big i Chamber of Commerce. : includes appraisal for Farmers blooming season is shortened by i
step forward in supplying health Home Administration forestry development and October Month !
hot weather. September -
Mrs. Harvey Lofton, and soa I

FLAT WALL SEMI-GLOSS 1 needs"Until of'a our better senior plan citizens.is provided I Dandee, of Tallahassee joined hu Farm Foresters loans. will attend a for hardy are seed and half-hardy planting: annuals months:: ,J-:
husband 'to spend Labor Day .
we are moving forward with I : September 17.19 multiple-use conference and biennials
i every resource we have to pro weekend with his parents, Mr- I in Jacksonville stressing I II i (including the perennials annuals)- FIVE POINTS GROCERY
I $3.15 Gal. $3.95 Gal. vide health insurance protection and Mrs. Hoyt Lofton. I techniques in more efficient management the: theory which being we treat that as temperatures -,, ,j

'! for Florida's elder citizens," Mrs. F. W. Golden-Howes of of Florida woodland. Aim! are right for seed germina
'Larson said. of the conference is to effect methods AND HARDWARE V
I : GRANOLITE St. \ugustine i is the guest this I tion then, the young plants ie
: I week of Mrs. I J. G. Cooper, at whereby private woodland I Ii I transplanted to the open and well
i her home on tn3: bPac i owners; may realize increased returns established before cold weather, Phone 261-5205
Five Points
For Block [ :
: Masonry I
WATCH FOR ', from their land through the firat
White Enamel I and are waiting for
Asbestos ShinglesONEKOTE I Mr. and M,:. J. A Beard hadas recreation development, wildlife days of late winter and
their guests fir the weekend, I and water conservation, and stock warm ----- --. ----
into bloom.
$5.50 Gal. $3.95 Gul.I : Grand Opening II Mr. and iTrsSam Brown, of Davy: forage in addition .to the sale of early. The.spring moisture to burst and oxygen requirements

son, Gal '.. .. forej&t crops, f f"..' 'I 'seed: germination
; for
White Pastels '- Dccofofor Colors .. f V/ESTERN. AUTO I''I r --+ j jI together ,with protective measures Han TheatrePhone

I I determine the type of planting
:Meatless Meal-Italian Style ,

I I need a material which not be soggy 261-4849 C. E. Beach, Mgr..
w. Shiell's Swap Shop I !I II II II yet will not dry out too rapidly : SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MATINEES AT '2:30
UNDER and one that is porous enough I Ito NIGHT SHOWS START 7:30
a contain air and to be suitable
16 North 4th Street Next To Western Union I NEW MANAGEMENT v rfI for tiny roots. A good potting soil i I ONE COMPLETE SHOW

I : will answer the purpose such as I Iequal .
---- -- ----- l parts of garden soil, sand, : FRIDAY & SATURDAYOne

and peat moss or leaf mold which four Showing Friday 7:30 Saturday 2:30 and -7:30"CRITIC'S
das been sifted through a I I

.- ': t .' ''f" "-".''.'...',.'.''_'''....."..""" .t J'" inch mesh. To kill weed seed fun. I CHOICE"Lucille

:: : SAVING: antfLOANILLN jii, and the microscopic woms !' Call TECHNICOLOR Bob Hopeo
::.:. I which cause root-knot, it is worth
4; which can be don by commercial I One Showing Friday 9:23 Saturday 4:25 & ;.9:25
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$100 : STRONG I .
L ., preparations or merely by placing "HUD"Paul
': ,,",,",':"\ the moist soil in a ICO degree oven V
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'r for a half hour. These days one -V
can buy several sterile seeding 1 SUNDAY & MONDAY

moss media,and such vimiculite as milled but sphagnum they contain :I Sunday 2:30 and 7:30 Monday 7:30

N Home Building provides jobs for millions of Americans important : no plant food and it is necessary -' "NUTTY PROFESSOR"Jerry .

i ? : 1'In"today's labor market. Important, too Js the business that finances t..yyyJ00 to begin feeding the young Lewis TECHNICOLOR

I* 4' .f 'rt *-fo -per cent of Americas homes-: that )'earIrprovideSnWe 1'<' ants[ with a weak solution as the of true h- o
4 fertilizer as soon
than seven hundred thousand jobs. That's the Savings and Loan Business !- t The very next time you are wondering what to serve for a leaves quid appear Sometimes these Sunday ..:32 & 9:32 Monday 9:32

of America. now One Hundred Billion dollars in resources. This t I "meatless" main dish-remember this Cheese-Clam Lasagne. li materials are used as a thin layer i "THRILL OF IT ALL"
is an unusual combination, simple to prepare and sure to please of '
i month, visit FERNANDINA FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN I hearty appetites. Those who enjoy the flavors of Italian-style in top of sterile retentiveness soil because and Doris Day TECHNICOLOR James Garner.

i cookery will especially appreciate this.main dish, which was developed heir; moisture roots'
in the Borden Kitchen. Serve with a crisp green salad wrousness, and the
:and additional grated Parmesan and Romano cheese. soon, find their way down into PJUYE-N

Find out how the business that helps build America's homes can build Cbeesedun Lasagne he food providing soil .;.V :

: : :. a better life for you by financing the construction or purchase of a (Makes 6 twins of For portable the home seed gardener flat is perhaps a form 1. -

home. :1/2 pound lasagne noodles 1/2 teaspoon pepper most convenient for planting SATURDAY 7:30
2 712oz.) cans Snow's :11., 1 (6-oz. package pizza lend themselves to :
de luxe minced clams I\l. cheese slices terns which "NUTTY PROFESSOR" :
1 tablespoon olive o; t 2 cups ((1 pound) creamed transplanting readily. The flat 932
t vegetable oil cottage cheese,large curt! should be small enough to be etSily -
: 1 4 cups (two 15314cans) 1I V: 1 tablespoon Borden's Grated shifted to obtain proper lighting "THRILL OF IT ALL" ".
: : :: Fernandina Federal Parmesan and Romano from heavy '"J
i I Marinara sauce I .. and protection a .
1 teaspoon salt : Cheese ain and wind. Various contains -
,, It Cook lasagne noodles according to package directions Drain > found around the home can SUNDAY 7:30 i:\
vrelL In large skillet, saute contents of can of clams in hot oil. substitute for regulation flats, ';
F = Add Marinara sauce, salt and pepper. Simmer 15 minutes,stirring I boxes, and .: '- "BOUNTY HUNTER" .
: And Association of cooked noodles bottom of rack as clay pots, pans
Savings Loan occasionally. Arrange one layer on half gallon milk cartons I Randolph Scott TECHNICOLOR
shallow 2-1/2 quart biking dish. Cover with one-third of cooked 'even 9:04 '
sauce', one-third of cheese slices and one-third of cottage cheese in rith a side cut off and drainage : "
that order. Repeat layering two more times ending with cottage: ; !ides punched in the bottom i iI : V "FACE IN THE CROWD"Andy
202 ATLANTIC AVENUE PHONE 261-5502 J cheese. Sprinkle grated cheese evenly over top. Bake in moderate I Yore GARDEN BASKET -
'0 !!oven ((375'F.) twenty minutes: or until cheese slices are completely Whatever is used must have drain- .Griffith ,

j T:eeted. Let stand few miaates before 1UT 11 --=- -- I a&-; holes,,, .'covered- with coarse,

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N i i KeA s-Leauer, Pewi, ndin. .Beach! Florida-Thursday, September:_ 5, 1963 hjje Fiva I

.; For The Homemaker i I Reports From,\\Y $hinuto." : f'I Springs Matthews'in Gikfcmt Reunion County at Hart and I

t, < I the Annual Family Frolics at I If
5'P \ By Rep. J). R. (Billy) Matthews ,f Green ,Cove Spmgs on Labor I
AN By I : j Day. I dull attend the Hawthorne -
FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT OF the Development Loan Fund; '; I
Fish Fry on. Thursday,
t' Mrs. Mary N. Harrison) 19G3 $150 million from funds for the 'I' \ "Sept. 5, and the Lions Club Annual I
Alliance for $50 million
I If" The House by a vote of 224 yeas I | Tobacco Festival in Lake I
Y' Home Demonstration Agent, to 186 nays passed a foreign aid I tingency from fund the and President's$225 million con- i : I; City on Saturday Dig1, Sept. 7. I
.authorization bill i ; I'll be in our Disiret office in I IIlhe
d totalling $35 |from funds\ for military assist. I Port Office Building in Gainesville -
; billion. The bill incorporated i. J
.._ _. lance programs.
- ..
A -V.A., number of major amendments i I for appeintwtiBts on Wed- I

must constant 11\0\ more hazard than .comparable; which believe reflect the growing,which Among amendments have far-jeaebng adopted I ,: ne day, Sept. 4, aad'' Thursday, I
herself with the foods that have not teen frozen. :concern of the Congress! and the may I I
: Sept. 5.
'effect U. foreign policy,
upon ; I
the processing and Both deteriorate at restiveness of the American people -- ----- -5-----
about the -
were these: ((1)) Requiring thai; 1
i : the never-ending burden of i(
u \ of items I on
that ;
rk ate same rate. 150 percent of loan funds provided -
the home. For j foreign aid. The President originally :
7 ex for the Alliance for Progress i COOPER'SLAUNDRY I
I Often homemakers afraidto
must learn
to use and
I'I' : for economic development be allotted ;-
refreeze foods. the
synthectic fabrics { Remember\ I
i.. "CRITIC'S CHOICE", in technicolor, stars home and as clothing. J frozen food is of the quality that 1 for .private enterprise participation : :
'Is and Hoi Hope, $houin contracts for foreign construc-
w foods not to i a good product results., If foods: r
Theatre. only
'JI ,have been thawed enough to, o"h tion shall comply the same ;
__ ___ but to understand sayseparate A I Coin OperatedMrs.
( standards as those within the
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cut off
chops .or JUgs (
r ., new processed '
I States barring all
United ; ((3))
chickens or such they be re- ,
foods, food may
T. G. H JIII! 1 concen I : aid after 60 days to countries
$ foods refined arid frozen as long as you are careful Doris Howard,
I that food has not ,begun to deteriorate -, : whose ships or planes carry products ; Manager!
products etc. .
I County : to or from Cuba; ((4)) postponing !I
r_... i challenging responsi or become contaiminatcd.RICE i ; II I ,
........ II I for 1 year action on any j I
14th & Beech Sts.
Thomas G. Hall indeed noble
a profes I ,- To get the full bene- I foreign project that )would cost ; ;
.I has been named by I fit from all the nutrients in en- over $100 million; ((5) requiring : \
::-- Commissioners [ _
FOODS Many riched rice, don't wash rice before r y 9a institution of non-expropriat-cn: --- -
ty to the post of i have asked "If 1 cooking .or drain it after cooking. agreement and investment guaranty I J
cuting Attorney. at the grocery that I Any water that is poured off programs from aid-receiv : WATCH FOE
Hall succeeds does it spoil I takes with it valuable vitamins ing countries after 19G4; (i') j
s t ouklis, who recently y than a "fresh" (or I and m: erals. limiting aid for projects that I I J ; Grand Opening
0 accept an ) chicken?" Often With modern processing, rice is would create competition with I i
, Defender for this, i on this Questioi1.j clean and ready to cook right certan American industries; and
the ((7)) providing for certain inspections i i
I ch included studies from the package. By .using WESTERN AUTO
Shop the I, in countries receiving eco :
fish as well as poul correct amounts of water and rice
I before you buy freezing and thaw- !in cooking draining is unnecessary requested $4.9 billon. Following nomic assistance regarding usj i'
(ArmstrongFLOORS: ------ -. significant effect on since the rice will absorb all the filing of the Clay Report, of aid fund i I ASSOCIATE STORE
, the revised downward
[ spoilage in the, thaw the water. i amount was !i i I voted for most of the amend. i
I VINYL J Register I' based on ,bac, Rice is enriched with thiamine, by mittee a cut on of Foreign$420 million.Affairs The further Com- !I: ments but was unable to be II : UNDER
and odor tests fur- : for the vote on final
For niacin, and iron the nutrients reduced the figure by $438 million; : i
.. I that shelf life at I of the bill because of an MANAGEMENT
.. '. : I that are lost in the milling of These combined reductions limited passage \
Punt was about the white rice when the hulls, germ the maximum appropriation for important engagement in the District i
A floor to and frozen-thawed removed. The I .
vinyl I i and bran layers are fiscal year 19G4 to $4.1 billion ;
.meet every taste addition of Vitamin D and cal House amendments cut the amountby j I DEDICATION OF USDA I

and budget I should assure re- cium is optional. $585 million leaving enactmer I:ENTOMOLOGY LABORATORYi .
., ... I thawing poultry for Parboiled rice has been soaked of a Foreign Assistance appropriation -:i
For -- !I is satisfactory- if con steamed, and dried before milling: bill in the amount of $3.5 bu-1| I had the great pleasure of par-I WAAS DRUG STORE

:.Porter & Lovequist Further In I proper attention to During this process the inner lion for the new fiscal year. I I ticipating in the program dedi-;
i I and clea.1- white rice kernel absorbs some 1 The Foreign Aid Bill annually j! eating the Insects Affecting Man
Color Lasserre ure ,of the nutrients and color from I land Animals Research Laboratory .
provides the House with its major; : ANNOUNCES
should also assure j I
I the hulls, germ and bran layers.
8th St. At Five Points opportunity to make .a positive j i I at the University of Florida
thawed nutrients added
I ;. that holding i Additional are tali i qn August 23. Officials of the
: Phone 261-3068 ae i e refrigerator involves'' parboiled rice when it is enriched contribution towards shaping the !I
I U. S. Department of Agriculture,
I i.after milling. j foreign policy of the United t i i i the Florida: Department of Agriculture NEW STORE HOURS
-: -'- ., One of the most States. The authorizing
,. ;; common means Congress, by -1 I and the University of
It Pays To Trade At ..pf,enriching, rice is to add the the appropriation of funJj I Florida were present for the dedication I
vitamins 'and .minerals in powdered i! of the magnificent ----
I. for foreign aid, arms our country -1 ; new
f rm.,So any washing or draining with one of ,its most potent !I research laboratory, and participated -
I means losing added nutrients. in its I in the The dedication
I III weapons struggle against : program.
In preparing rice for family ,: international communism. In I ceremonies and inaugura 8:30,: A.M. TO 6:30: PM.
II size servings, use 1 cup of .enriched light of our diminishing gold reserves -:I tion of ;work ;at the Laboratory
.l white rice and 2 ,cups of and mountng national ''represent. the cpnsummat'on: of a Monday, Tuesday, V/edjtesq'ay, Thursdayand
= KKK boiling salted water Coyer and debt, Congress has the fateful' dream of ,the many who labored '
Medical Your Doctor Society of Medicine and the I I cook slowly about 2(7( minutes. responsibility of deciding where j i I to bring this facility to the University Saturday
-.. .. ; heal .As ociati n. After removing from heat, let to strike a balance between the I I of Florida. A Barbeque
I :: : NEW HOPE rice stand covered for 10 to 15 demands of this program, whichare I I Luncheon and' Open House followed I
minutes.Or generally recognized( as essential : the ,dedicatory program. I
I is considered by place the boiling salted; to our defense on the one I I RAJLROAD STRIKE LEGISLATJON ; I
number one physical water and rice in a baking hand, and the ability of the nation -
pan 1 ,
An estimated six: :
I _
to the financial burden
and bake in a 350 degree carry -
: u.; AT 8 P. M.. \ some in the degree United of F.cover oven for 30 to 35 miItut s. on the other. The $585 mil I DEMONSTRATIONWhile
When cooking\ enriched parboiled : lion' cut by the House covered I ,the March on Washington I Friday Only I II
'N .. t ; 'i of five cases of deaf rice use % cup more water aid the following: $lGO million from by Civil Rights demonstia- L I I
States'l to otosclerosis, the J
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On Cashcn Curve of spongy bone in i enriched _rice. r .. :_ '
of the labyrinth of I
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: this bone '-
\ ... ; spongy PEARS The summer pears
: West of $ PointsI the its stapes motion or, a stir-loss. (Hood and Baldwin) have gone, .Maxwell KOUSQ :', ;
results. but the Keifer and Sand pears
I years ago, otol are ready to begin harvest. Then i
specialists) devised pears .are,of ten caned hard pears.

I : 2 PROMINENT SPEAKERS fixed made stapes in the for horizon--with-bypass a They preserving are excellent pickling: for and canning cooking.,:I Coffee $

.. canal for the Why not prepare Pear Crisp
of sound to the in- for your dinner dessert?
This operation was
PUBLIC fenestration, from the PEAR CRISP I 10 os. Jar
'I (furnished ,
). More than one 1 quart pared and sliced fresh LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER .
required to complete pears I' :
I and. the fenestra 1 cup sifted flour
n--- had a tendency to I II
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: .ti ., when the\ fenestra- % teaspoon vanilla
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mobilization the 2. Mix flour and sugar.
is involved with 3. Cut butter, vanilla and salt
or removing the into the flour-sugar mixture witha

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Page Six News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Thursday, September 5, 1963 Poole cited that the Commission aries for officials was concerned. I of the queries he made cvidMl7

-- --- was actually only a rubberstamp Wingate said that the previousbill I meant the board was satin MJ

Bean Dance School SS Manchester Port Just Ramblin ). in such matters since the said no county official could I that the budget was lean: :idpos ;
state offi make more than the judge and; I had as little excess "fat" as) f
$ Ni: cials. the superintendent of public in. sible. II
.Announces. BeginningOf Due Today For J
(Continued from Page One) 4: ( C In discussing the hike in toe struction. However, he said, the Each member assured Davis I
Fall ClassesJoan Rayonier PulpThe budget Poole pointed out that Legislature went by other facts'!' that this was their belief '"JW 4 I
after 7 and ask for Mrs. I
p.m. county officials received raises and figures from other counties that they had spent an unusual I I
Bean announces the openIng SS Manchester Port is due Kelly who loves with him. h.Y through a bill passed in the recent and the current raises in other I amount of time in the pre pa re- i!
of fall classes September oat'her to arrive at Rayonier docks tonight I THURSDAY: "NOTICE: "I, R. D. Legislature but that Coun !'fields and found that the increased tion. Poole said that he confclered t..
1 studio at 141 N. 15t. and begin loading 616 tons Smith, have no sewing machine
ty Commissioners did not (The pay is in line. He added the county's business in:-we i
Street Betsy Strickland, associat of pulp, destination England, ear. I, for sale. I smashed itDon't call: raises brought all major countyofficials that the fees for qualifying for ,I same light as his own andJot i
teacher,, will conduct the classes ly tomorrow. 958, the phone has been taken SGy rt :
I f I I to the same level of i office are up also- he saw no places) where ::6 ls I
Mrs. Bean is a graduate of Last Friday the SS Union Faith out. I have not been carrying on + Iw I $10,500 yearly wage). j Poole, at this point, agreed i could be made. *:*

Western Kentucky State College, loaded 650 tons of pulp bound for I with Mrs. Kelly. Until yesterday" \ State Representative Claude '!with Wingate that the salaries Gordon' Ellis, county art,

wth: a Major in Physical Educa Formosa. she was my housekeeper. .. 6 Wingate spoke up and said that I are not too high and Shave de. I'' approached the Board with a,
: tion. She studied and did her practice All of which reminds us of another kgx. the raises did not go to all oft1.i ;'!fended our present system with quest for an assistant comity

J teaching with the Frank Lions Hear Talk. I ad in another paper that i'cials, noting that besides the ,i the observation that you cannot I agent for Nassau but he lya j.
School of Music in Nashville, went something like this: I a Commissioners, the Supervisor of.., economize on help for any given given no hope that such an ittui
Tennessee She has taught dane "FOR SALE: The ladies of the I! could be included in this
Registration, the Judge of the office and still maintain a high ye'sbudget.
ing for the past 11 years in Fer (Continued from Page One) j First Presbyterian church have Small Claims Court and the level of performance.Dick I ...
nandina Beach, and has taught ( discarded clothing of all kinds. School Board members did not Albert Hirth, former Gfti-
of Hilliard !
Cassidy, ,j
1 two semesters at the Fernandina Tiliakos told how a boat, such !! They may be seen in the church
I get ra'ses.: mander of the local Amerfam
[ scored the Commission for using, I
Beach Junior as shrimp boats, yachts, i basement day after sixI
High. passenger ![: any PAUL NEWMAN stars "Hud" also title of the feature felt all his words the Legion i post, informed the Copi-
boats and the like, are built-1 j I I I o'clock. as Thomas said that he in rulings of the; .
Last year, Mrs- Bean conducted He bagan with the keel, where showing Friday and Saturday at the Ilan Theatre. t officials in the county should be i iI Legislature and the Attorney i I mission of that group aeitrc
Pla-School at the Recreation Cen under the Commission. He added General as a crutch. I for a memorial to the war nod

ter for the Dept. of Recreation. timber he uses and a 40 foot continued or more pine MARINA LOG I that n.__ the n__ Tax___ _Assessor________ and_n_ Tax- I He singled out the mcnev i of this county and asked for assistance .
She is a member of NADAA (National throughthe I in the project. HJfth
bow stem, made of live oak, Collector are not responsible to given to the county fair at Callahan
Association of.Dance and Commissioners Adopt Budget the noted that the. City of Fern&ll.I
the ribs of Tennessee oak, tie; the Commission and that i each year and suggestedthat I -
Affiliated Artists) and taught decking and the sides and Commissioners do not see their the Commission does not I dna Beach was discussing 'in
both teachers and students at a i plank budgets, as they directly to I budget from the governing advantageous site for such a memorial
see a
ing, where he uses cypress. (Continued From Page One) I revenue from, taxes began com go
Chapter Session of the organization // the state. of the fair. I' and solicited the aid"'-?f
A lengthy question and answer ing in. Commission Attorney I
last spring. Davis next questioned the do- said that in his "If you give the money to the the County Commission in 'the
period revealed many intere t. j Thos. J. Shave, Jr., clarified that Wingate opinion -I
I Mrs. '''Strickland studied under ;ng facets of boat building and nation of $.1000 to the county< this was provided by law. the Commissioners should fair and then don't know what's I endeavor. He was assured ttai

Patsy Gilliam of Tallahassee, a attested the interest of the Lionsin 1II 1-,..... fair and asked "where will you At this point, Edward Connerof have increased powers along this I goin'on, then you have no rightto I the matter would be given consideration
member of the National Academy the subject. ." draw line, will you give to every j the Callahan Timber Co. line and that he will work toward give the money," said Cassidywho I after a study jga?
cf Ballet She taught at St. Petersburg group that asks for funds?" asked that end while member of the added, "get into such matters made of the Commission's pesijtion -
a .
Tiliakos revealed! that his family I for a clarification of the I .
I '
and Perry, Florida, before --' Members of the Commission House of Representatives.Shave and find out how money is j1 in such matters.
has been building boats here [ amount set up for bond interest i
coming to Fernandina Beach. : The Commissioners announced
that this considered being spent"Cassidy
pointed out was was asked for an opn- I I
for 46 years. :Most of the boat* I and sinking fund, Circuit Court
Mrs. Strickland teaches a gradea Boats at the City i went to I I that they had named Thomas-G:
docking new as an expenditure for adui- ion on the matter and stated that on suggest
have been of the fishing variety, I Clerk D. 0. Oxley said that the '
system based on the best elements but other built to II Marina during the past week tising. Commissioner Jim Thomas ,I Commissioners under the present setup the elf ct- ,that other budgets should be 'Hall as County Prosecutor
types are or are required bylaw
of the three major schoolsof der. Among these have been were as follows, with the name defended the expenditureand to in II ed officials can operate their offices I scrutinized by the Commission | succeed )Mercury Kavouklis, who
a keep enough reserve
ballet. the Italian (Cecchetti), recent pilot boat for the harb;;r- of the boat, the owner, his ad. cited that more advertisingwas | for one extra year's payment as they please but that the I rather than using the rubber has resigned to accept the pest
French and Russian. dress and length of boat listedin needed, especially where attracting Commissioners are the ones vLo stamp technique. ''of Public Defender.
master at St. Simon's Island and: : over the amount for the current .
Last the dance students that I I "You not be able to disapprove --- -.--=-
Spring one of the passenger boats from sequence. industry was concerned.: i, year. I catch the Dickens at budget tir.e. may

performed all the musical num Charleston, S. C., to Fort Sarn- Boats docking at the new City Davis, in questioning the money Davis then moved to the fins I' He suggested that it was his i such budgets but you
bers of "South Pacific" with ori for fire control and for opinion that all budgets should ; can offer opposition. Assert yourselves -
weds : spent i !
Marina the and forfeiture fund
ginal choreography to the accom ter.In during past at Yulee ; and asked ibe I open for scrutiny, whenever more and let people l know !
I buildings
f concluson, Tiliakos saM I were as follows, with the name new county i the Commissioners if they either : '
paniment of the original soundtrack it was a taxpayers that what you are doing, concluded' Grand
and Hilliard, asked if the Com money
that although he and his brother of the boat the his address criticize Opening
\ to i owner, I approve, or investigatemoney
record'ng. According Cassidy. j
II was bung spent.
have turned out 50 boats since and boat listed in the mission could justify these expenditures Ii
length of spent by office holders
Mrs. Bean, this was the first tune I and suggested that On the subject of increased salaries A number of other items of ,
,\ a program of this type has been they inherited the business from sequence. using the sheriff's office as an which cropped time lesser importance were discussed '> WESTERN AUTOASSOCIATE ,
"we should be cutting down rather up l
their father, he still gets the Julieo, R. E- Teasie, Deland, example since the subject came
produced in Fernandina Beach, than spending added fund: I and again throughout the meet. briefly and to the evident satisfaction
do ame thrill when a Tiliakos-built Florida, 24 feet. up over fine and forfeitures- ] I '
and tentative plans are to another ing, Wingate noted that the I of those posing the questions STORE
Commissioner Herb McKen- I
craft rolls down the and be. the'Commis.
ways Shave clarified
Broadway show this spring Pilgrim II, George Sanders, Commissioners did request an ; -
afloat. A number dree out for the
( large spoke new county
for the annual revue. comes Fort Myers, Florida, 97 feet. sioner's stand on this subject and i: increase in salary if other officials Davis summed up his reasons |I
of the boats which buildings, citing that the one
shrimp maybe Helman, Olson, St. Simons Island I said that if they .were to deny were raised. I for attendance as his personal desire -i; UNDER
in the local harbor are in Yulee will house the health I I
Movie Star's Yacht seen Georgia, 3G feet. [' the budget of such an official J, Thomas said that it was hard for information on the itemshe :
of Til'akos1 design and workmanship clinic, will serve as a voting MANAGEMENTTw1N

Masquerader Nolan Brown, Mi : he would only take the matter to for him to justify the hike n questioned and that he assumed : NEW
Docks At City Marina and the name Tiliakosas ami, Florida, 71 feet place and for other purposes, the State Comptroller. the budget where increased sal the Commission's defense
h come to be synonymous with such as storing county property.
l Marlinda Ann, H. P. Gordom, --- --- -- --- --
I Among the many plush yachts seaworthiness). Miami Beach, Florida, 52 feet. Davis continued his general .. tiI lJ.tI

which berth overnight or longerat I Susie J., Lewis Taylor, Tifton, questioning by pointing to the

,the new City Marina, or step 1 1,000th Pint Georgia, 20 feet. amount set up for contingenciesand
for short visits while en route up Anonyme, R. D. Simpson, reserve. Poole said that such I

,or down the intracoastal waterway Edge Water Park, New Jersey, an amount was necessary to run
are'many owned by renown (Continued from Page One) 34 feet. the county's business until the

personalities.Such Sinbad IV Richard Kearns I
between the ages of 21 and CO:( ,
was the case this pas' Ohio 42 feet.
I i Dayton, ,
who in good health and weight
I when the 38 ft Chalmar are Hay-Zal II, C. Kennedy, St. GNOViG
tout least 130 pounds, should con. UrgedTo
of Carrollton, Georgia, stop
Marys, Georgia, 18 feet.
tact the blood bank at Humph- A
ped at the Marina. Owner is F- Memorial Hospital and have Squire III, John J. Sparler, ,
E. Chalkley, husband of Actress their blood typed, and a donor York, Pennsylvania, 48 feet. Order Pine
Susan Hayward. Chica-Chea, C. Hans, West I
file card prepared so that they
, Chalkley commented while here might be called in the event that Palm Beach, Florida, 36 feet.
that on his return North, the their blood is needed for a patient. I I Janie R, D. B. Turey, Hom<:r.I Seedlings Now j

Chalmar would stop over here ville, Georgia, 18 feet
for several days. All prospective that donors are reminded I Chalmar, F. E. Chalkey, Carrollton Landowners needing seedlings ,I
although they
may I Georgia, 38 feet. Florida Service
from Forest nur,
have either the financial
Sea Roamer, B. G. Malone, series should place their orders
I to pay any medical costs, or may I &q.
Heavy Humidity have insurance to cover any such Jacksonville, Florida, 52 feet. now. .14
Leb III, C. H- Smith Ormond t
costs, blood cannot be donated) by Seedling stock may not be available _
Is Aid To Hay an insurance: company and the i, Beach, Florida, 23 feet. to fill delayed ciders, as.
Sea Breeze, Jim Whizzed, j a
the last when
check certainly cannot be transfused was case year, I
Brunswick, Georgia, 20 feet.
into the patient some pine species were completely
Fever Sufferers Fleetwing, Maurice Rykaro, G
[ sold out early in the season.
BLOOD MUST COME FROM Brunswick, Georgia, 20 feet
DONORS. BLOOD DONORS ARE [ Advance orders get priority attention
Crosby, James E. McCants,
Jacksonville Some people JUST PEOPLE, PEOPLE LIKE .I Brunswick, Georgia, 20 feet. at the nursery when lifting .
cuss the, humidity but the Florida YOU AND I. YOU AND I MUSI Sun-a-Gain, Gibson Association, of the seedling crop for ship.'

State Board of Health has found sign up and become active members Rumson, New Jersey, 53 feet. ment begins, according to R. A. 1963

something good about it.Dr. I in the blood bank. WE may Treb, Berr Gensler, Oceanway, Bonninghausen, Florida Forest
help save a life by so doing. Service Chief of Forest Manage
Nathan Schneider Directorof Florida, 23 feet. "OFFICIAL To Make Room
the board's Bureau of Laboratories I Beverly Anne IV, Warren Ben ment.

:' said humidity is heaviestin nett, Orlando, Florida, 27 feet In Florida, seedling trees maybe J

the morning, and that's when Trade At Home Miss Hiss, L. L. Bohannon, Fcr- successfully planted during I FORD

ragweed pollen activity usually is nandina Beach, Florida, 21 feet. the ,latter. half November. an:11 For The
greater. So the humidity drastically on through the winter months.Sand .

limits the distance which pine seedlings much in CLEARANCE" w

pollen can drift. This grcauy CALENDAR OF LOCAL EVENTS demand in some sections of north :

aid: in cutting down the menaceto central, south central, and well New 64's
hay fever sufferers those COUNTY COMMISSION 10 a.m. 2nd Wednesday after 1st Monda florida will be available this ON ALL

persons so sensitive to ragweed Commission Chambers year. Planting of slash pine, however I

pollen that they have difficulty' CITY COMMISSION 2nd and 4th Wednesdays 7:30 p.m. Cit i ; exceeds that of all other vary I
breathing, sneeze' a lot and windup Commission Chambers ieties combined. !

I with runny noses and eyes HOSPITAL TRUSTEES 3rd Thursday 10 a.m.-' Hospital Din The sand pine thrives on less I Get These Great Buys While They last!
Contrasted with the typically ing Room moisture than slash and it should I E
limited drift in Florida are many be planted in deep sandy boils.
\ northern areas where pollen is: SCHOOL BOARD 1st Wednesday after 2nd Monday 9:30 a.mSuperintendent's Unlike the slash pine, the sand I

distributed as much as 25 miles: Office pine does not yield turpentine Two Falcons Two Fairlane 500

even into the midst of cities. Some P-TA EXECUTIVE BOARD last Thursday 3:30: p.m. Jr. commercially Sand pine and slash "

people can find relief only by High Cafetorium pine are usually planted for com-

taking a sea voyage. P-TA MEETING 1st Thursday 8 p.m. Jr. High Cafetorium mercial pulpwood harvesting. The Six Galuxie 500 Sedans -'b

There are an estimated 10,000,. KIWANIS CLUB Each Monday 6:45: p.m. Seaside Inn sand pine is also prized as "knot.
000 hay fever sufferers over the ty pine" saw timber, especially

country but the malady is virtual. HOSPITAL Dining Room AUXILIARY 2nd Tuesday 3:30: p.m. Hospital for use in paneling.The One Mercury Monterey 4-Door Custom Sedan t'

ly unknown in Europe and most Florida Forest Service

other parts of the world. It is not JAYCEES Each Monday 8 p.m. Recreation Center Lounge farm foresters serving their

only an irritant to the unfortunate LIONS CLUB Each Tuesday 7 p.m. Seaside Inn areas will, on request, assist landowners .
individual but contributes to in deciding at a particularsite I THREE DEMONSTRTORS LEFT -
personal and community economic ROTARY INNAMERICAN CLUB Each Wednesday Noon Luncheon Seasidt which type of tree may best f

loss through absenteeism and low be planted fo commercial return
ered work efficiency. LEGION lit and 3rd Mondays 8 p.m. at Legion Seedlings are sold at production -;
Airborne I ragweed pollen is Home cost, f.o.b. Florida Forest : One Falcon V8 H.T. Coupe Two Galaxie 500 Sedans .

heaviest in the heavilytilledareas CITY PLANNING BOARD 3rd Thursday City Commission Service nursery. I
Chambers Species available this year include One Air Conditioned
of the Missippi Valley: I
north Florida
lightest west of the Cascade WOMAN'S CLUB1st Wednesday Woman's Club Bldg. l : pine -
slash, south Florida slash, sand, !
Mountains in Oregon and Wash BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, Nassau District 6 p.m. 2nd Friday loblolly, and longleaf at $tW

ington.is one The of southern the few places tip of in Florida tie Seaside InnMERCHANT'S per> thousand; juniper, red cedar'l Special Closeout Prices On

country virtually free from the ASSN. each 3rd Thursday Noon Luncheon Arizona cypress, bald ,
Seaside Inn catalpa, eucalyptus, cottonwoou,

i nuisance. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Luncheon 12:15 tupelo gum, and Australian pir.e
Seasons vary over the country Seaside Inn 3d Monday. at various rates according to spe Two 1.2 Ton Ford PickupsYES

I but normally run from August
BUCCANEER COIN CLUB 8 2nd each month cies.Seedling
p.m. Monday
r through September. Along the application forms maybe
GEN. DUNCAN L. CLINCH HISTORICAL SOCIETY 2nd Mon. obtained from farm forester

Gulf in Coast October the ;weed in Central are still Florida active day each month 8 p.m. TV Room at Recreation Center. county ranger any, Florida For FOLKS, THIS IS WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR. THE

NASSAU CIIAPT. NO. 49 ROYAL ARCH MASONS 2nd and est Service office, county agricultural -
I and the Tampa area the seaM 4th Thursdays 8 pan. Masonic Temple agent soil conservation service -

I ember>n runs: from June to late Nov AMELIA 8 pjn.LODGE- Masonic NO. Temple 47 F. & A.M. 2nd and 4th Tuesdays Stabilization technician,and or Conservation Agricultural :I 64's ARE COMING SOON AND YOU CAN SAVE MONEY NOW\ IF YOU .

Ragweed is an inconspicuous Service office.
HOBE1N LODGE No. 1C4 and 3rd Thurs.
Knights of 1st
Pythias -
p plant rson's but head.will grow Every as weedy high as plot a days 8 p.m. Masonic Temple Hurry Down .. These Won't last Long!

of ground is a potential trouble FERNANDINA TEMPLE 7, PYTHIAN SISTERS 2nd and 4ta t
Mondays of month IWATCHTURNING
at 8
pjn. Masonic Temple.
spot. -These places should be mowed -

at least three times a year. CHAPTER 55, ORDER EASTERN STAR 1st and 3rd Tuesdays-

t Pollen -counts, made by catching Masonic Temple

grains on a sticky glass: slide, SPEBSQSA EACH TUESDAY 8 P.M. Recreation Centei l O Q
If may be made near ground level m Lounge .LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANY

some places, high in others, near HIBISCUS GARDEN CLUB 3rd Monday of month at 6 p.m. .
ragweed or some distance away.
KAGNOUA\: GARDEN CLUB 3rd Monday of month at 8 PJI.
There are so many variables in

pollen counting that no one area ROSE CIRCLE 1st Monday 8 P.M V

ran be indicted as heavily pollinated FOUNDERS
GARDEN CLUB 4th Friday 3 P.M .
or even as pollen-free. FOR SOUTH EIGHTH STREET
MAGNOLIA GARDEN CLUB 4th Tuesday 8 P3L I Since 1910 ,
Therefore, any pollen count in a
particular place should be taken AZALEA GARDEN CLUB 2nd Tuesday 8 P.M. ; CARS PHONE 2613819y .c

with a .."grain of pollen", as itlvtre 220 Lighthouse Circle t,__ _

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New. -Le der, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, September 5,1S63 Page Seven,,:

Championship Golf GUrney Begins Next Week!i Royjd_ to MiHer I Genera. Assotltfiefl! Meeting Of 1 1GcJf ';celona.Wl'. '; Caiww, ffepAfeg and.. O ),.Bar. '..

I An Atkwtk J9c t unit, ENTERPRISE

I Post Net 63Y2I Tonight At Seaside is aimed to retain.
Members of the FernandluiSfiach ; ,Lannon was club champion in
Golf Association will tee 1961. I to her operatowwil f*< Nttflifc,:

off,next week in the annual Club I Pairings by flights: in the club I FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK I Ii To Win Tourney j Fernandina OBob Young Beach, president Golf Association of the Va. late this ritrw+lh. i.

Championship Tournament at the ..
I I championship tourney are as follows that
announces a genrrimeeting
i :
Fernandina Beach Golf Course. the ads .'
: Shop n1ap..r
of that is .skkd
YOUR The team of Bill Royal and Al group
of leap
Eighty-eight members the before you tjT and
CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT for tonight. The meeting will beheld
Association have established; Miller fired a net 63k to win tae -
: the saviage. +
handicaps and are qualified to en 1 Y.'E. Hall VI Jesse Tiner; Rudy tourney staged by the Fernan- at Seaside Inn and will begin -
ter the competition. Players have York .vs Lewis Bean; Bqb Gedooa cd D3LS:& iwk a dina Beach: Golf Association en at 7:30.Members: .

been placed in the various flights ;I vs Joe Scarboro; L C. 'Shave vs r'p' y/IFPL4I h/7 Labor Day. are urged to attend

according to their handicaps. I I Glynn Waas; Sam Merrow vs FEMA4E ,% RCWd E The competition was a Best and bring a prospective member. COOPER'S :

Match.1>lay will prevail with George Tyson; Tom Lannon vs ,,,_ ,1 EO W Ball of Partners 'Tournament; with The membership now stands at .
all payers] competing from 'Ray Caldwell;; Dr. G. W. Barker! one-half of the total full handicap 93 and Young says the Association
I scratch.' ..vs Bill Melton; John Scarboro vs of both players allowed in the is shooting for 100. Of this LAUNDRY :

I Members of the tournament Ed Jones. 1 1I' scoring. number, 88 have established: -

committee, Cecil Loptien, chair. FIRST FLIGHT I IILL 6.Vl'6RAYJr Sixteen teams p participated in hand.caps-; V
roan I' I II T A rt. 1 1r During the meeting a discus Coin Operated :
Busy York and Dan Daugh-; Harry Poole vs Andy Allan; ; ;rITN the tourney, which was' handled :
erty, have announced that one Bob Young vs Bob Askins; Bob BIACK0''s by members of "the tournament : sion will be held on the Associa

leek will be allowed for each I(, Talton va Bill Childs; Don R .- +'' = MAR li/rS committee, Cecil Loptien, chairman I tion's championship tourney. Free Mrs. Joris Howard, :
round of play and any matches berts vs Fred Osteen; Buddy Bur 8 Rudy York and Dan Daugirr. refreshments will be enjoyed i 1y Manager .
not completed in the prescribed RKE/J wIrHBACk erty. those in attendance. .
gess vs Dick Bennett; Jack Vacr. HEAD /JRCWII WITH.WHITl J r I
time. will be scratched I i vi Herb Bailey; Tom Shave vs MI STUPE UP I Finishing in second place was t 14th & Beech Sts. :
Players are urged to contact I Bodine; John Guest vs Ben Shave I EACH\ SIPE the team of Tom Lannon and Carl I R. Johnson .
their opponents early in each Bill Childs with a net 65. _. .
week of the tourney arid arrange I SECOND FLIGHTEd = r \ W# rEM Tied for third place honors Is Serving Aboard -- 'rflt a'l\-.ft",4 ,
I their matches. Boner vs C. W. Howard, TAIL i rI r, S JL BREAST
were the teams of Ray Landlessand USS
Carl Swanson vs John Pozega TEACH i i Register Now! :
The first round begins Sept. 8 ;; i Darwin: Smith and Rudy loch :
and must be completed by Sept Ace ,Reynolds vs Cecil Loptciu;; lV'a' VlR.A5ll'/l/6/ lr'OIU with 674. for Annual
i s ,, and Gus Lowenstein, Enterprise (FHTXC) -
r 1$. Play in the second round must Jim Weber vs Burns Bailey; .t l t anti
IJ Other teams participating Carl R. Johnson, dental{ techni- .
be completed by Sept. 22, the Archie Smith vs Arthur Renshaw: ; PuntPassKickContest
MALE ..LEN6Tflf their net scores: 1 cian second class, USN, nep- :
third round by Sept' 29' and t'' e Jim lark! vs Bob ,Breslin! ; Gus; -
:21' TJ Tom Shave and Ben Shave (C8. hew of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. to .-
final round by October G. :Lo enstein ys Bob Phinney; D.W. j '- 1S 0lN taESA John Dozier and Bob Ramsey, Hams of 31C6 South Fletcher Ave, :
Entrance fee for $e tourney Ji | Ringer vs Pete Jngram. 68. ; Fernandina Beach, Fla., is sere .

$2 for each participant and ,trophies THIRD FLIGHT JON6 NECKED DABQIJK6DkCKi Andy Allan and Sam Merrow, ing aboard the attack pircraft For Registration and
I will be awarded winnersand I Ham Hamilton, vs Cecil ''Brew- ASR/VES FROM NESTING 6RO/NG9' I C8& I carrier USS ENTERPRISE which Further Information '
rpnnersup in each flight. ton; Lester Durham vs A. HHor- in CANADA MSEPTEMBER'TAY$ e/vr/L D- W. Ringer and Jim Clark, recently visited Barcelona, Spain Stop In Today At :
Trophies Are now on display \\iih dee Gordon Butler vs Newt Roberts APRIL INHABIT FRESHWATER.MARUELAkEPOWS 69J2. |in the course of her six months?
Ed Mattson at the shop. ; Breslin, : Sixth Flee Lasserre Motor
pro Dan Daugherty vs Ervm Pete Ingram and Bob deployment with the r
.Defending champion is G. II. Williams; Perce Entzminger vs 70.- in the Mediterranean-- 'Ii :
i;' '\ Jr., who won the title from Bill Miller; Frank Lambright vs FLORIDA SAME AND Ff!EH WATER FISH COMMl55CMSports Burns Bailey and Jim Webber, i, Ports of call during the cruise Company
:\. Tom- Lannon jn lad ;ear'B .finals. Ray Landresa; E. V Garcia vs I 70j. 'included: Naples and Genoa, rM.. : .
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Stcr.e, i
nn" Cecil Loptien and ; -- -- --- -
John Dozier; Steve Spence vs
t Don Brown. r ". r head and young drum. 70l;. I .
if Ray Caldwell and LeightonShave WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY :
: I 70':. .
John Baxter vs Buddy Lynch; Ruth Harbisqn,' secretary for; Bill Melton and Y. E. Hall, WAAS DRUG STORE :
'--c. _- Bob Ramsey vs Jerome Spence: Stanis'I'Sherry Robinson of the Minnesota ,71th. .
I : Al Miller vs Harry Sahlman; nil: ; Twins, toll us recently that ,, Don Brown and Ace Reynolds, SUBURBAN PROPANE :
,. Jeff they .lead .our Fernandina. '
,Hardee vs John Barniak; paper 74.I PRESENT :
oI Bowers vs Bill Rodeffer; John BY .CURT ; regularly which wet \laved to i Cecil: Brewton and Gordon Butler -
Gregory'vs Louis Nolan\ ; Emerson I hear, but we were th'nkjng: if >ve I: 795k.Carl 1 UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA FOOTBALL :
dx; a"It Fizer v* Harry Taylor; Tom Dig I I keep reporting ,sQme fine fishing!: Swanson and Bob Phinney,
I : : I I by vs Walter Preston. The Pirates are' working hard ,Fernandina this 'year, 50 our Pirates I'I, catches like this each week tic 75. ; ON WPAP :
I each day getting ready for the better get some hard lfOl'k'might have some surprise visitors P.M.
; first football game of the season, under ther: belts before September soon, Sherry Robinson, BjiiyI I
, .. i\ David .Nusshiuim: vs Bill Royal; against Camden on>' September 20. I Martin and Joe Haynes, as !these Women's Powling j Florida Gators vs Ga. Tech Yellow Jackets .

,High\ Stone vs John Schultz; 20. ,Coach Wayne Benner looks i i |gentlemen like our fishing in this League Plans For !. .
> Darwin Smith vs Tom Tilman;
pleased with the work of his Pirates |The Little League-Senior League area. I .
Peer Clarke vs H. M. Askins. so far although Cfiip Wood' Awards Night is slated for I i I' ft i Coming Season i iI I i--- -- ---- ----' :
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I : received a bruised Jtaft i in Tuesday Thursday, September 12 at the !i! Mike Pikula, 170 pound erd- : .
I '. workout which caused ,BenJlf'r Walt Dun-i The Women's Bowling League:
Junior High Cafeteria. i! linebacker, is really making
WATCH FOR I II > some concern He naturally bar of Television Station WFGA Coach Wayne Benner smile. Mike held their preliminary ..meet'nTuesday GUN .RESIDING SERVICE ;
!I hopes Wood will not ,be out.but I'will -be the speaker: for the occas ,, is. coming alongfine and is going night at Hadden Lanes. .
lit ;> short time and will be in good ion. We will have to check with 1 to be a tough customerto Rules and regulations for the FACTORY METHOD USED .

bothers to have so.niontTHE Grand OpeningWESTERN i shape for the Camden game. Alan | Pete hulling to see if there are 1 keep out of a starting assignment! coming season were discussed. I .
l, look V..fAl. aMlllct. I Cover and George Sheffield are lI'I any tickets remaining for the af : when the season begins. Mike L Regular league play will begin RIFLES AND SHOTGUNS $10,00 :
., : back in .pads after ;being' injured.I fair. getting over, being out with a September 10th at 7:45 p.m., and .
\ mAt AUTO I I there vacancies- Any ladies
I I '* sprained\ ankle. are -
I Camden i 1 I interested in bowling can join the REVOLVERS $ 7.00 :
I opens its seasop ojj I 1_ Nick Smith wants to keep yea i' I .
,I I Friday night of ..this week and racing ,fans posted on the big: Two former Fernandina Pirate league by calling ether: Betty
FLORIDA'S OLDEST I spirit is high for the Hurricanesas ''Stock Car Day here on Sunday, football stars have been home ,jecentty Becton or Gloria Hadden before Repairs and Customizing
AND (MOST HISTORIC UNDER i they say they are destined for .September 15. The largest StockCar on leave from the army I Tuesday night.
I, a fine season of football in the i| races of .the season will bo I Jerry Greeson and Jim Camp'ooh, j I i SATISFACTION GUARANTEED -

.NEW/MANAGEMENT.. rSoigb Georgia.$ity- ,TheytelUmsthey presented on that day at the lociisti1' 1 two of Fernandina's best last sea- Classifieds Pay Off ; '
i fjf'tif* *-* &+ f* P -
L AtUNtU. AV : plan to Mtk.e the tij. Te 'Races' will ,hare. son,\ in the Army together. t '
j : w&s.0i $ i; Contact H. L. GODWIN "!
I the biggest names in the field i They enjoyed a few days at home "
M s
entered and it promises to be au away from the pleasant Army living I i \,
,outstanding day. Make your plansto QBUMIDITYBIGH. : Phone 2615198

ij.FERNANDINA be there. I G WIND LOW- Member National Rifle Association
i I "Trouble about telling little
Fishing has really been great 'white lies is they pick up so i l 4\ IF YOU MUST BURN, .
the week' - --- -- ---- ---
in this area during "pa much dirt while traveling. -
Bud Holt was bubbling over with Kenny Bennett, Greencastle I \.', LET THIS BE SO! A Classified Ad Fer Quick Results :
"JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWNBEACHES" 'joy when we checked with him (Ind.) Putnam County Graphic.
about fishing at the FernanoHia
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: ;: ;1 Beach Pier. Bud says trout, pom-
{ pano, flounder and: whiting nave:
all been biting, with trout the
Furnished These Merchants and Business Men, -
-- Directory By best in the early morning. He

.gays the water is pretty and just
Suburban right and the size of the crowd 8 2

George's FLORIDA'S there' Monday confirms his atory.Poter _
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Machine Shop FIRSTGOLF Propane Gas Co. : Barnard reports; another.
COURSE ( rescue operation by the Sher'fr' ?

2 N. FRONT ST.Machine IAI SERVING All Water Patrol when he and "Mrs. ,
EXCELLENT: i. YOUR NEEDS) IN ;Barnard\ went to the mouth of lit : Are RIGHT
: Work 18-UOLE r LP GAS ANJ St. Marys river to tow i in Dr. and

Welding, Brazing; l LINKS GAS APPLIANCES Mrs 0. B. Terry, Dave Terry and
of HomerviUe\ ,
,-pavid ;Montgomery
I 7th St.
Marine Repairs 7 South ; \ .
I ...I ; Phone-2GWGGL,"-' ,: go-ng : Qenc" ; .
.spe"l h'Q '
Tq '
I r.
to it

r.- All hr Work lp Guaranteed rawlers} :1'I ,"I 1 0 .E. S.. T. H : .v\I'U:'G- ;;( !,rpl l ;'ttJi'afro n *: !' *sic\ ( -shef.*'accomMwwfiWf .*.. ,.1-.1ti i.!II i iI w >*,:' 'NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY! :

Open 8 a.m. Ho 5 pjn. PHOTO SHOP I Porter reports fishing ,has .pees
at JETTIES with
Monday Saturday good from his Fish Camp : .
Phone Day 2614711 Add 30 Minutes Fpr Roll ProcessingDeveloping I plenty of trout, blue fish and I .

Night, :261-5JS8! Fernandina JIarbor <& Printing :pompano being caught in the ,
Kodafc Fit i I I'.V4r.. Mr. Wall and his son bad a Rambler B3biE!; War of the Year"Only
HIGH LOW PhotoMayieColored Supplies I,':nice catch out of the river lot I ;, ,

B E'' WISE.I I & Jlel1v i week. ..
Friday, Sept. 6 Weddings I *

..n' a.m. .,:.r1J a.m. i Yhor Alvarez, Umpire Deluxe
t I "Porcelainize"LASTS 10U; p.m. 4:14 p.m.Saturday Portraits J>y APPoiataOnly. {lot this area, informs us that the'

Studios At W))1 .A&h $t. City Softball League :will base a ': Eight New Models Left In Stock" ]
OR t Sept.t 7 Pine 2614586Your fleeting Friday night at Tenactw
10:38: ajn. 4:41: aon. i for the presentation x>f trophies ;
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1102 p.m. 5:66: p.m. for the winner and runnerup -
ORDINARY WAX JOB Ad Here 'the 1963 season. Individual tro-t -
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Sunday, &pt. 8 'phies will be presented also. the'! -

LASSERRE CO.MOTOR JJ:31 11:53:: ; p.m.a.m. 6:01 5::11 p.m.a.m. W1H Be Seen :seven 1 stag affair o'clock.will get underway at I Ii I j I 2 Classic 660 Rambler e 3 Classic 660 V8 :

4 I I III' I

S. Sth St. Ph. 261-3819 Monday, Sept.: 9 By Over 'II'i Mrs. Skipper reports from her I 4 Door Station Wagons 4 DON Sedans
---'- 6:24: a.m. 'Nassauville Fish Camp that she
I 12:28 7:03 had a tremendous crowd out fish-]I -." -..
pjn. p.m. 7,500 Reiders j ing ,Labor Day, with a number of'': f'.) '.;<",_ : ..

Going! Fishing? Tuesda, Sep .910 fishermen from Callahan, Billiard, !;, : ..
Yulee, Jacksanyilje aid Fernan-
12:51 t ..
I : ajn. ; ji.m. Porter & Lot M uist> i i dina. Trout are beginning to be I, .

6 Complete Visit Us Line For Of.1:33 edneada'p.m. ), Sept.8:11 11 p.m. General SPECIALTIES Contradors I the with best aheephead catch at, the croaker camp along and:' 2 Classic 660 6 Cyl., 1 Classic 550 f'

I .
Fishing Tackle flounder. .She a number of ,
I says
Il Hods 'ft Reels 2:02 2:45:. a.m. 8:29 9:20:: a.m. PLASTIC WOODWORKING SURFACING large trout have been landed off 4 Door Sedans 4 Door Sedan

O utdoor.Camping pan. p.m. CUSTOM BUJLT CABINETS I the river bank. .
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Equipment Thursday, Sept. J? KITCHEN AND BATH .
REMODELINGCpmpleje The Sportsmans Wharf reports .
3:18 9:36 .
I FIRESTONE : ajn. a.m. ghowroomI I I tine fishing catches with Dr '
3:57 p.ra. 10:26: p.m. : '
Sikes of Macon, Georgia bringingin }
BEACH SUPPLY Tides CourtciyCoast For Color Coordination several cobia, dolphin and red :: ALL OF THESE CARS t.

11% Atlantic Are 261-ta9! & Geodetic Survey Phone! 26 J-3068 I snapper. On a second trip. Dr. :
\, Sikes brought in 8 Ted iaj?j
weighing 25 pounds each. Dr-1 1
Brow of Blackshear, Ga., who *s> ; .
mAT I known never to ,tome in from|I I I .
FUN IN THE SUN }I fishing empty-handed, taught a\\I,t -
total of 27 red bass over the 1
FERN NDJNA BEACH a weekend. Dorsey Arnold, one ofl j

our outstanding l Ideal fishermen.i' AUTO SERVICE a; ; :"L 1
s FISHING GATING STO1MINS .brought ia ovr forty pound pf i Jo ,
drum, and fishermen from
GOLFING AND JUST PLAIN "L1VINI I Waycross young and Jacksonville have ...

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I P11e. Eight News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, September 5, 1963 I Ir I., t I Ir

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f i! 'STUDENTS OF THE BEAN SCHOOL OF DANCING are shown as they appeared in I I If Lunch 45

i! their "Happy Talk"' number from the "South Pacific" dance revue in June>..their cos. MEAT .
t tumes are yellow satin and net trimmed with emerald green sequins. Fk>m.:left to

I right, Karen ,Haddock, Donna Kennedy, Betty Hardee, Holly Newsome, Lauren Lowe, I W.D FRESHER, LEANER GROUND ,J
: Wry Drue Bcajitand; ( Diane Burns. Absent when picture was made, CarqHp 1 Dick J
: ens. Why not give your child t the many advantages of dancing lessons \tjuj r? Call Beef 5 LB. PKG. $199SWIFT '
2613182( ; to register i them with the Bean School of Dancing. Adv. **.*iS? I II
Photo ny E. B..:'ffcifips* I F 0
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News;; From SCUO' L ,

Neglected and alone I
I The Ret Center Leaning listlessly I
Against a garden wall; Can Ham 4 LB. CAN $298
t .
A little dog ) ,
BY SANDY DeSANDRO Grade "A" Quick Frozen, 4-6 lb. averoge.Sprinkle
N :: dazing! sadly, into 'space,
W-D .
BRAND NATURALLY TENDER CLOSE TRIMMED cavity with one teaspoon salt, rub with one table.
tHURSDAY, SE1T. 5th Owens, Inst. Lost and miserable; spoon fat. Place rack in shallow roasting
I AduH Ceramics in the Ceramics Island Squares Club in the No happy shouts pan. Roast in: moderate oven (375( ) 30 minutes

IJoora Inst...at" 3:30 P.M., Hugh Sides, Game Buccaneer Room at Coin 7:30 Club p.m. in the No Coming birdcallsOr from the mall; Chuck R oas t LB. 49 1 jl. per i Po nd.. Delicious and only 350 calories per
j serving.JUICE
Men and Boys' Health Club in Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. pounding footstepsIn
the Health Club Room, day and Jaycees meet in Conference the hall;
For school has descended
Room at 7:00
evening. p.m.
: Atlantic\ Avenue Playground: I Historical Socety: in the Office Like Among a us pestilence, t "" )" ".. '. '" 7 j. _'iL t ;.' .'
supervised play, 3:30-5:30: : p.m., at 8:00 p.m.
t Dmr-Nanney, Inst. Adults and Teens Ceramics To extinguish all our joy.It + .., RED, DELICIOUS MOUNTAIN GROWNAPPLES
Class in the Ceramics Room at has taken from us
All that had- : ,
Sub-Teen Club in the Game 7:00 P.M., Hugh Sides, Inst. we .
loom at 7:15 Men and Boys' ileaith Club in Our little boy.
: pm.
.S aiw' High "Back to School" the Health Club Room, day and Herbert Luke tiLlW
ctoncC in the Auditorium at 8:00: evening. .. IO',
I Atlantic Avenue Playground, the Auditorium at 10:00: A.M.,
liM.Men and Boys' Health Club in supervised play, 3:30-5:30: p.m., Julanne Owens, Inst.
tale} Health Club Room, day and Don Nanney, Inst. Ballet Class (ages 6 yrs.) in the'I
evening. TUESDAY, SEPT. 10th. Auditorium at 2:30: P.M., Julaune flli. 4B 49
Atlantic Avenue Playground, Ceramics Class (ages 10 and i Owens, Inst. Ww w ,,
supervised play, 3: O-5:30: p.m., 11)) in the Ceramics Room at 3.3U: Ballet Class (ages 5 and 6 yis) I IlJ ..
Don ttanney, Inst. P.M., Hugh Sides, Inst. in the Auditorium at 3:30: P.M., oII AIIIII
S.\T UDA Y, SEPT. 7th. Tap Dance Class in the Audi Julanne Owens, Inst. :r ; SWEET, JUICY BARTLETT
Club in the Game Roomat torium at 3:30 P.M. (ages 7 thru
.Teen Ballet Class (ages 7 thru 9)) in
7:30 p.m. 11)), Julanne Owens, Inst. Auditorium at 4:30: P.M., Jul !
Men and Boys' Health Chb in Ballet Class (ages 9, 10 and 11)) anne Owens, Inst. Yellow Solids Hi-Acres Orange Pears 2 IBS 3 9 i

tie Health Club Room, day and in the Auditorium at 4:30 P.M., Adult Ceramics Class in tile
evening Julanne Owens, Inst. t GA. RED SWEET
Ceramics Room at 3:30: p.m., I
SUNDAY, SEPT. 8th. Men and Boys' Health Club in Hugh Sides, Inst. OLEO i
the Health Club Room day ana I
Lutheran Church Meeting in evening. Senior Citizens Club in the aters 4us49tf
the Conference Room at 11:00 a.m.
Barbershoppers in the Conference Conference Room at 7:00 p.m.
MONDAY, SEPT. 9th. Men and Boys' Health Club in
Room at 8:00 P.M. '
limit 2 1-
-Ballet Class (Teens) in the, Atlantic Avenue Playground, the Health Club, Room, day and I at ; .
Auditorium at 3:30 P.M., Julannu supervised play, 3:30-5:30: : p.m., evening- this price '' 6-oz. -50 Extra(J.W:Green Siallps -
Uwens, Inst. I Don Nanney, Inst. Atlantic Avenue Playground, with $5. order J 4 89 ,
Ballet Class (Pre-Teen) in the supervised play 3:30-5:30: : p.m., LB CANS
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 11 tho 't
Auditorium at 4:30: P.M., Julanne Don Nanney, Inst. I aW i i Two Picas. FROZEN LEE'SOhopp.ad
-.- Private Party in the Conference SWIMMING PROGRAM 1963 Steaks
Room at 7:30 P.M. i
: WATCH FOR Ceramics Class (ages 12 and Participants Passed Failed GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER TTH
13)) in the Ceramics Room at 3:30: wt" AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
P.M., Hugh Sides, Inst. P P F 33 / dot
Grand OpeningWESTERN I Adult Ceramics Class in the Adult Beginners Swim Class 236 24 59 8 177 16 SAVE 7K2< EACH STANDARD Limit 3 with $5,00 order or more. STAMp GaLEt.b 1 '

Ceramics Room at 7:30 p.m,, Advanced Beginners 100 52 4rf
: AUTO Hugh Sides, Inst. Intermediates 62 29 S3:; w4wvt d
Men and Boys' Health Club in Swimmers 46 20 26 Tomatoes 303 CAN 5it """ M

:ASSOCIATE STORE the Health Club Room, day and Senior Life Saving C. 11 9 2 Green Stamps
: vening. Junior Life Saving 14 11 S STAMPb i WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE+ OF
: = UNDER supervised play, 3:30-5:30: p.m., COLORED -., WE GIV E iIfllJJ Coconut Cake
I Don Nanney, Inst. Beginners 150 20 130
: MANAGEMENT I THURSDAY, SEPT. 12th. Advanced Beginners 6 6 0 J 446otaNs $1 GAEEASTAM i COOD THRU SEPTEMBER 7TK
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.1 I Ballet Class (ages 3 and 4)) i in 156 26 130 I {" 34 AT ANY WINN-DI'XIE
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N News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursday, September 5, 1963 Page Nine

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, y SINGER CONSOLE SMALL UNFURNISHED house it John with no knowledge o Qi ;V

SEWING MACHINE, zig zags,I for rent 1310 Franklin St. Call they felt about picking our. -"'poe

I :=WANT AD RATES and all attachments, decorates,I II 1261.5277 for further information. kets. r.7rii

I perfect condition, Balance $56;; tic .;i Our nation is facing the-most,
I -.05 word .75 minimum
per or responsible party assume $7 I 1 -r critical period} since the va.*"be!
:Card of Thanks Resolutions per month payments. Call 261-i FURNSHED APARTMENT i 3 I tween the states, ('onditions-can

I and Similar Notice 4157. S5p rooms and bath. $50.00'per t'J I change over night. Incomes-thai

'43 per word $1.00:minimum I month Sept 1st til June 1st. now seem secure can drop USffpIf:

:Cal 261-3686 or 261.3687 1960 VOLKSW AGO CONVERT- 1740 S. Fletcher Ave. Phone ,I to the point where a penny here
f IBLE. 5 new tires, in good con 261-3781. tic r
I and a there in taxes"\nll
or place ad at office dition. Ph. 261-5664. Sop S't '
w mean something. .. ., .
511 Ash Street I SMALL FURNISHED house ?
, 1958 BUCKEYE One bedroom i k I' I am not an .alarmist but common -
newly decorated across street
' w.I house trailer. Like new. $160u.I: from Keystone Hotel Ph. 261- I 2 sense and !experience i! teac.h.C3
Phone 261-5467. S5p that all is not c41d that glitter
: FOR SALE I I I 4689. tic I and when'citizens'' and taxpayers)

I 3 BEACH APARTMENTS lose their sense of perspective: ..aidvote
$27.50. Stack tables, variety: of ntali for just anybody withno
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74WOM HOUSE near Fort Sau furnished or unfurnished. Week
each. Solid
I uses, $3.00 oak kitchen -
of their
background or
'Carlos. Phone 261-3703. S5p month or year round. 56 S. knowledge
chairs $2.95. Shieil's
Swap I personal views they are lettingthemselves
, Fletcher. 261-3188. aye
ANTIQUE, ROUND parlor table! Shop, 16 North 4th StONE in for a lot of trouble-

15.00Oak wash stands,. excel- TRANSISTOR radio in I FOR BEACH RENTALS call 261- JERRY LEWIS is the "Nutty Professor", one of the features and heartache.

4642 W. I. McCranie. Will be and at the Han Theatre
iJent condition, no refinishing brown leather case. Owners showing Sunday Monday

f I necessary.. $25 each. Shieil's name inside. One pair loafers.Ph. I glad to show anyone the beach w and Saturday at the Drive-N. WATCH FOR

Swap Shop, 16 North 4th St. 2614320. S5c apts and cottages. Applications

19 Ft. HALF-CABIN-BOAT LARGE COLD DRINK VENDOR ning taken Sept.for winter 1. rentals begin tic : Too Late To ClassifyBY Grand Opening

M)5) hp Chris-Craft inboard WITH MONEY changer ESTATE

:fiberglass bottom, with 25 ft. Good shape. $75.00. Contact( NICELY FURNISHED down-I tJr:;
stairs apartment. 16 N. RUSSELL KAY WESTERN AUTO
ehrimp net. Will swap for autoJjtaobile Bowen behind iceplant. Pine-
261-4227 for appointment
I' or real estate of equal crest Subdivision. S5p While most folks at election The bottom has dropped out
.value. Phone 261-5003 or 261- COMPLETELY FURNISHED ALEXANDER AI'TS time worry about who is going 'before and it will drop out again ......

:t G7._tfc modern three bedroom horn MODERN, FURNISHED APT. to be governor and give little consideration and that is when all this added
TllREE with 2 bedroom, furnished 337 N. Fletcher. No.1. Hot WELL THIS IStfT! GOING TO TAKE to those running for tax will really hurt. I UNDER. .......

BEDROOMS feet. Acre lot,baths land-,, age apartment Large landscaped gar- Water furnished, $60 Mo., year rA.L MORNING, IS IT ?' the legislature, it is the legislators As long as we keep attractingmore !I '
round. Phone 261-3114. fc who touch the lives of the votcts
Reaped, fenced. Central heat, arM'onditicninjr. : lot. $14,500. Phone 261-41US). tourists to help pay the bill i ,
I 261-3114. tfc I most, and whether they are economy -
Sl2c I
Near school and
minded or spendthrifts have depend on our race tracks I
"\: VA loan. Yulee, on BEACH APARTMENT, furnished. I dog tracks attractions and other .
1955 FORD PICKUP with the ,
new Pvh Andrew Mallette a lot to do with taxpayers p
;pld Fernandina Rd. Phone 223. Year round rental, must i
I 1957 engine custom cab pocketbook- I groups to pick up the tab for a

.u.)310. Sl2c extra clean. Phone be locally employed. $60 per 1|, OPEN To Complete Artillery A lot of folks who smoke cia lot of it things may not be so bad
-- --- 2255362.S5c month. 278 S.> Fletcher tic but if Santa Claus ever really Best
; drink and indulgein
arettes liquor
ACRE two bedroom Training 7
IJLF Established Insurance
---- lM'S. I other sinful pastimes are feeing *- I gets seriously ill and we find he I
4iome. Five Points UPPER DECK
area on Sy- HUNTING BEACH Buggy Completely Debit
missed his annual call we be
tamore Lane. $3'00. Phone 2CI- combined. Excellent condition furnished including TV FORT SILL, OKLA. (AHTNC) the pinch of the new revenue may
Industrial & Ordinary I voted for Bill Sam
we or or .
laws. Smokers will continue to sorry
Army Pvt. Andrew Mallette
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Phone 2614861. tic Phone 261-3118. tfc I -
$225.00. Guarantee FLOOR TILE
Exceptional I smoke and drinkers continue to 1--
-a-- .' -,.- ( I son of Mrs. V. Askins, Fer- .
GAS SPACE heaters for sale- FOR SALE OR RENT TWO ROOM; V furnished and Commissions nandina Beach, Fla., is scheduledto drink but whether they realize it I .

JjOner 18,000 BTU, one 3G000 ,- ; apartment Married Age 25 to 45 I complete advanced artillery or not they are accepting a cut in I PIANO I! .
HOMES IN Five Points NO
BTU with fan. Phone 2G1. area. With Good CarP. training as a cannoneer at The the value of their dollar. I .
DOWN PAYMENT, $62: to F* *\ *1 Goldseal I
f >105. S5p month. Renovated inside and ONE THREE; room furnished 0. Box 776 Artillery and Missile Center Fort The last Florida Legislature INSTRUCTIONS i ,
house. .", ...- Fernandina Beach, Fla. Sill, Okla., Sept. 7. played fast and loose with the
out. Phone 261-5419 after 6.
IL\ND CARVED, antique buffet, Phone 261.5285PUBLIC He entered the Army last April! taxpayers dollar. They taxed just FOR I
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.$G?. Matching server, $3.5, I tfc TWO BEDROOM unfurnished 1 and completed basic training at about anything and everythingafter I 3 c Each I t ..

thina, $55, 4 chairs, $12.50 each. I YOUR KINGSBERRY house. Fort Polk, La. they had appropriated much BEGINNERSPHONE

", hiell's Swap Shop, 16 North I f "*' NOTICE The 23-year-old soldier is a .more money than the state income -
with St. would and it won'tbe
I LV THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH 1959 graduate of Moss Point support
: AND DEALER JUDICIAL: CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR (Miss.) High School. long before these same gentlemen HARDEE BROS.HARRY '

t450 BUYS Bood-lookinjr, 1961 $100, and $60 PER MONTH will PHONE 281-3221 NASSAU CHANCERY.COUNTY CASE, NO.FLORIDA.2717 IN will be back on the stump : Mrs. Thelma Rich : .

I four-door hardtop Bel Air. E).- purchase suburban home with IN RE: PETITION OF Shop the newspaper ads begging the voters to reelect 261-5343 ; POOLE, Mgr.. -. .
Jellent condition. Can help rev approximately five acres of JOHN II. JOHNSON, them. ;
WANTEDIRONING for the Adoption of before you buy and keep
ponsible party with financier."Phone land, near Five Points. House STEVEN EDWARD HARi.RAVES &; the savings.It If voters run true to form they i I

.. 2615171. S5c needs some repairs, to be done RICHARD BLAKE MARGRAVES, I probably will and they will con- ,
Minors, his Stepsons.AFFIDAVIT
by and at expense of the purchaser WANTED white would tilir; I than tinue to do so until the pinch
f f&y A HOMESITE on the Nassau lady will do piece work 1t bClI1le.I longer
Immediate Possession. STATE OF FLORIDA one lifetime to count out in dollar hurts so bad they get down right
River' Beautiful high 324: Elm. Fhone 261-3734. S5c COUNTY OF DUVALL. ss. I ,
it officer bills the amount of 'advertisers sore, then maybe theill stop
Before me. an duly quaLfied money
end dry lots at Nassauville. WE HAVE a nice two bedroom I I to administer oaths and take acknowledgments I I invested in newspapers in 'I and count their change and wantto I For Fast Efficient
Others with waterfront privil- 'I this day personally appeared I I know for sure how their legislators .
home available next week, owner MISCELLANEOUSLET JOHN H. JOHNSON who after 1962.
)ges. Small down payment. leaving town. Monthly payments i being by me first duly sworn deposes stand on the question of

.Terms to suit. Phone Francis and says: ,I more taxes.Governor. I .
home with
$54. Masonry I 1. That he is the petitioner herein; PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE .. .
Ellis JacksoiJille.
POpular 5-2G61w : ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS electedon
... .JP9kQD9th near schools, or. that he has made a diligent search : Bryant was
'r' 'r L 7c. *-I lot. Make1' help with your drink and inquiry to learn the whereaboutsof FOR IUDS a program of no more taxes '
large corner us an NOTICE is hereby given that the
1' .- BEACH[ PROPERTY-[ offer for down payment. FHA ing problem;. Write Box 338 father HARRY of the HARGRAVES minor children, the natural herein hoard: of Trustees of Humphreys Memorial and he held the line during the i L P GAS !

t financed. City or Phone Jax. El 67700. and that his residence is: Hospital will accept bids fort first session of the legislaturethen -
2&) Ft. OCEAN frontage, just tfc HARRY HARliRAVES >*ale of one surplus gas range. he headed the pack i in
ft c/o Reidsville Penitentiary :Range may be seen at hospital All
South of Blue Marlin Motel. Reidsville. d'eorgia: bids must be clearly marked sealed screaming for more and more
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2&100 per front foot. $400 DOWN will move you intoa WE TOP AND TRIM trees. Call 2. That as particularly as is known and filed with the Administrator by taxes when they met again. I
beautiful, new, brick Kings- to affiairt there is no person in the 10:00: A.M.. September 19, 1963. The
J' : # I lot with- 261-3978. If no answer call! State of Florida upon whom service I! Board reserves the right to reject any Florida is doing all right, most
7.t berry home on a shady 261-3145. S')c of process would be binding upon the or all bids.DATED folks are making a comfortabit! & Service :
) NORTH FLETCHER 2- Delivery
in one block of schools. Housecan said HARRY HARURAVES. THIS 4TH DAY OF SEPTEM

"story, duplex furnished, $13- be occupied immediately. HOME MADE POUND cakes, 3. That affiant knows that the said HER 1963. living and a few dollare more a ,, .
HARRY HARCRAVE5 is above the :_:11._ -forW. W. I'.randies: month doesn't seem like much for
without credit investigation. layer and birthday cakes, pies. age of 21 )'ears. I fc lirandies: Chairman
: c Payments, $89.50 month, inclu 2615332. tfc I Sworn to and subscribed before me Humphreys Memorial Hospital2t ity. After all it is only a few
FOR: RENT 2 BEDROOM fin- built-in kitchen equipment. ,I this 21 day of August A. D. 1963. 9-5, 12 cents more sales tax, a little bit

dished: beach apartment, upstairs & I FLOOR SANDING and refinish- I Helen Notary T.Public Shuldt State of Florida at PUBLIC NOTICESealed more for auto tags and beer and i Bulk Bottle :
$50 month til June 1. LOVELY Landscaped lot with Large and and few :
cigarettes liquor
Floor )
ing. tite-JPaulE
.. three bedroom home and car- .) My Commission expires: 3-26-64 proposals will be received by !
Phone 261-4QO$ } Hanson'l 4t 8-29 9.5,12,19:! the City Commission of the City of other things. .. .
5& CEDAR STREET Six port can be occupied immediately t Fernandina Reach: Florida at the office .I I But experienced aviators flying .

-Bedroom Boarding House. Two for $100, and monthly $23 REWARD PUBLIC NOTICE of the City Manager City lall. the Pacific and the Atlantic will

aths. $5000. payments of $G5- Shade trees FOR INFOR IATtO (leading to Notice is hereby given that an order I P.M.Fernartima, E.S.T.Reach, September Florida 25.until 1963.<:30 at I tell you that there is' a point ono : Call 225.5146

# and grass already growing, and fish kit left at Rayonier land- dated August 12. 1963 has been issued which time bids will be opened and return. A point where a decision -
full of children to by the undersigned authorizing the read for the following; One ((1)) year's
tAR LOFTON CREEK on YuHce ing on Boggy Creek August 19. name of the oil screw DEVINAL official supply of chlorine gas. must be made and you better

Highway Three bedroom be played with. House is vacant Finder call ;J&. collect, PO number 232,922. owned by I Bid forms specifications and contract be darn sure it is right. ..
(:leorge Ralph Wolff of which Fernan documents may be obtained at the
louse $6500.00. Two acres bo 5-5350. :j$, g : S5p dina Beach. Florida is the home port I office of the City Manager. .
Hiind house available at $1000.) I to be changed to RCA No bid may be withdrawn for a periodof
M bedroom home two I WILL NOT responsible for THOMAS & it LAG : four debts incurred by anyone other Deputy Collector of Customs I closing time of the receipt of bid "SEE C. B.'Pete' I Good :
baths, with large family room i Port of Fernandina Beach. Florida The City of Fernandina Beach reserves I I .
41 ESCAMBIA ST. Three bed- and double car garage, just than myself. 4t 8-15 22, 29, the right to reject any or all bids:>> .
wooms, $7000. Possession immediately Ethel Skippgrf,Obsha k S5pSITUATION 'I and to accept the bid which in the i .
completed. I T ,|\ -7? PUBLIC NOTICETRADE I opinion of said City Commission is in INGRAM"FOR ,
Pete Ingram, Salesman following credit check. the best interest of the City of i'er-

... L. L. Bohannon, Broker Very large shady lot near beachin NAME LAW nandina Beach Florida. Housekeeping ;
13-X. 4th St. Phone 261-5269
"" Pirates Cove. NAME LAW) City Auditor and Clerk
WANTED Notice is hereby given that the undersigned It 9-5 Real Estate
URGE, 4 pc. WICKER SET. A PAUL C. BURNS pursuant to the fictitious
South 8th St. Phone 261.3606 name statute being Section 865.09, of 1 Life Insurance
-real buy at $60. Shiell's Swap the Florida Statutes, will register I
'hop, 16 North 4th St. YOUR KINGS ERRY RELIABLE COLORED girl wants with the Clerk of the Circuit Court in Sealed proposals will be received bj Retirement Income Gas ;
5 days regular work. Ph. 261- and for Nassau County Florida upon 1
-- -- HOMES BUILDER the City Commission of the City of
receipt of proof of publication of this, I Health & AccidentHospitalization
1? FT. MAHOGANY plywood 4273. S5p Fernandina Reach: Florida at the of.I
AND DEALER notice the fictitious name to-wit: fice of the City Manager City Hall
boat, 3 hp Johnson, Champ 1 : OCEAN TERRACE MOTEL (rot incorporated Fernandina Reach Florida until 7:30 :
WHITE LADY needs work references ) under which they are engaged P.M.. E.S.T..
tilt trailer. Like new. Call 2C1$050 GREEN LEATHER lounge chair, Care for children all in business at 382 South Fletcher which time sealed September bids will 25.be 1963 openedand at I Major .Medical Co :

or 2615186. tfc Two-door wardrobe $15- Avenue, in the City of Fernan publicly read for the furnishing IncomeL. 22S 5146
$14.50. ages, washing, ironing, clean- tuna Beach. Florida. of gasoline kerosene oil, greases and Disability Monthly .
PEARS FRESH PICKED daily,, 00. Shi<:U's Swap Shop, 16 ing. 261-3439, 261-5359. S5p The parties interested in said business diesel fuel for use by the City of Fcr- YULEE, FLA.
,.. enterprise are as follows: :
nandina Beach. Florida, for iol- BOHANNON
North 4th- ---- --- -- the L. !
llOO bushel Weekends only: Sl LACY WHATLEY fifty per cent; lowing jear. I ..
W. Lohman AlA Amelia: 'S/ IRMA MAVIS S. WHATLEY. Bid forms, specifications and contract
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HELP WANTED fifty per cent. documents may be obtained at the: INSURANCE. A Complete Line Of Appliances :
tic Robert L. "
tit. FOR RENT Roue. Jr. Atty. office of the City Manager.No It.t" .
4l Phone61-5269
8.15,23.29.:! .
-i-- bid may withdrawn for a periodof
WATCHED SET Diamond and CASHIER EXPERIENCED, thirty days after the scheduled
PUBLIC NOTICEIN I closing time of the receipt of bids.
Bedding band, new. Priced to VACATION ACTS bondable, unencumbered. Wanted I The City of Fernandina Beach retries -- .

it'll. See Bertie at Florida OCEANFRONT APT. completely! two experienced waitresses : JUDICIAL THE CIRCUIT CIRCUIT COURT OF ,FLORIDA FOURTH I the right to reject any or all bids I
to accept the bid which in the
Bank. tfe.II furnished. Day, week, or moain. at once. Dial 225-5149. Soc IN AND FOR NASSAU COl' "TY. opinion of said City Commission is in
> Fletcher Ave. 261-5873. I IN CHANCERY the best interest of the City of Fer-
RECONDITIONED SPARK NEEDED AT ONCE Full or nandina Beach, Florida.
PLUGS: guaranteed 10,000 I part-time man or woman to 'Plain ff. City Auditor and ClerkIt

ailes. Set of 8, $2.40. SHIELL'S PARTLY FURNISHED; house at serve Watkins customers in WALTER YOUNG vs., :9-3

SWAP SHOP, 16 North 4thMt. Five Points. Call 201-4944 after Fernandina Beach. Earn $wand Defendant Look What You Get For j
five. tfc up weekly. No investment.Set THE STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA OF SUIT: TO:

NEW 753 pound capa- TWO BEDROOM furnished apait- Products, Inc., Dept. S-1, Residence unknown TAX DEED

Qty chest type freezer. 1 year ment. Year round. 224 S. Flet P. 0, Box 2447 Memphis, Tenn. plaint You are for hereby Divorce notified has that been a com-field NOTICE Sec.IS HEREBY 1M.1J F.S GIVEN thatH. ._. $95(6cyl.$6.95(8cyl.( ) ( ) .. -= j

guarantee. $278.00 Call 2614491 cher. Phone 2614733. tic S5p against you and you are required to :' M. Askins the holder of the follow. = : :
Chucks T.V. tIc: serve a copy of your Answer or ': ing certificates has filed said certificates i :
McCRANlE AITS.O WAITRESS WANTED, age 21 or to the Complaint on the I'I'Pleidi"1g I for a tax deed to be issued } + .. .
thereon. The certificate ;
numbers and
Plaintiffs Attorney, THOMAS G, HALL
8 BOOM 2 BATH! house fine E 3 ROOM furnished apt over. Year round work. Apply 11 North Fourth Street Fernandini years of issuance the description of Visual Inspection 9 Battery Test" :: :
neighborhood. Can be two a.irtments. Private bath utilities hot water Blue Seas Restaurant. tietJr Beach. Florida and file the original the property and the names in which
Answer or Pleading in the Circuit it was assessed are as follows:
$1,830 $500 down washing machine furni hcJ. Court of Nassau County Florida on Certificate No. 145 Year of ssuance Set Ignition Points s Spark Plug Check :: :

$50 a month for 12 $11.25 per week. For informa I or before the 7th day of October. A.D. 1959
years. 1963. Herein fail not or Decree Pro Description of Property Lot E 1i of 43, ChecK Set :: :
tion call W. I. McCranie, 2fl-; I BE CAREFUL Ccnfesso will be entered against jou L'ec. 30. Twp. 3. Rge. 28 f Ignition System 9 Ignition Timing

$4 DOWN $G5 a month buy> 4642. If no answer call 26J- 1 for the relief demanded in the Complaint Naive in which assessed Lucy Ellen .. :: :
Parker Fuel and Carburetor Check
three bedroom 9035 Mrs. Long. tic WITH FIRE
masonry, home i {f The nature of said suit being for AU of said property being in the .
ijiced below replacement at $9- divorce. County of Nassau. State of Florida.
775.ONLY. FURNISHED THREE _- BEDROOM YOU CAN'TBACK Witness my hand and official sealas Unless such certificate or certificates
house- 2105 S. Fletcher. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Nassau shall be redeemed according to All Work Is Done ElectronicallyAICARay's
: 'r : 'r BUY County at Fernandina beach: law the property described lit such I : j
Mrs. Cecil Spear. Ph. Way-I I Florida this 3rd day of Septemoer certificate or certificates will be sold
$350 DOWN $63.50 a cross, Ga. AT-34431. S5c 4A1OREST! AD. 1961 I t I to the highest bidder at the courthousedoor
month Buys small three bed I (SEAL /S/ D. OXLEY on the first Monday m
two bath home. Pan. 1'. \ I D. 0. Oxley j.foth? of October 1983. which is them i American Service :
room -
UNFURNISHED UPSTAIRS APARTMENT Clerk of Circuit Court of -tray of October. 1963.
I toed living room. Fire place. very reason ::4. 'Z Nassau County, Flonda. Dated this 4th day of September.

: N able. Ph. 261-5364. Home on Attorney THOMAS for
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rage Ten -- News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida -Thursday, September 5, 1963 fnrrrwuVuvui making'its! or- her finalchoke ing,- hea1t 1'snd taxation' bas ao Jr. \
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for governor:, Would you employ place in a gubernatorial.--
ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL. him at $22,500-a-year to administer paign. LUNCHROOM I 3IEXUS' I
I At The Churches CHURCH A CAPITOL LETTER! the biggest business in the I The voters should evaluate Sept. 9.13 '

The Rev James D. Ellisor, Rector South if the affairs of this stae i candidate on his performance record -
7:30 A.M. Holy communion I II I were your private business? Couldhe ; that is, what he has done I Monday Meat loaf, steamed
BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 10:00 A.M. Choral Eucharist I BY JERRY MOCK i iI be trusted with the security of j for his home area in such categor- i rice w/ brown gravy, carrot sticks, I
429 South 6th Street Rev. E. A. Lewis, Faster I
11:15 A.M. Church School your family and state and tic:iea as development, financial man- turnip green' w/ root, rolls and
Rev John O'Nril), Paster 10:00 a.m. Sunday School 5:00 P.M. Episcopal Young I (While Jerry Mock is on vacation dramatically that we are operal- future well-being of your children agement and admiiuatratoott. Plus butter, red apple sauce, drink.
Sunday Services: II 11:00 a.m. Worship Service ChurchmenThis his column is being written!J i ing on a cloud'9 policy. ? \ !I is a basis for sound decision m Tuesday Cold cuts potato
10:00 A.M. Sunday School: 6:30 p.m. C. A. Youth Services Ii by several Floridians mentioned'11 Statesmanship, planning and action -. ; salad, tomato wedge, buttered peas l
: ( is the schedule ,of every i Make no mistake about it, the i]i view of the fact that the coinI -
11:00 A.M. Morning Worshin 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service Sunday with the exception of the prominently as potential candi r and not palaver, are nude I answers to those questions will I I,plexities of state government au- and carrots grape jello, ra.ain I,
6:30 pan. B.T.U. Thursday mid week service dates for governor. Today's columnist now. This, I sincerely befieve. i ministration cookie, drink.Wednesday. \
last Sunday of the month) is affect present and future genera- are merely a multiplication -
7:00 PM. Men's Prayer. Service 7:30 pn. # Jacksonville.Mayor The Haydon Burnsof I.1 ,Evidence of successful and for I tions. I I of community manage-j i: Chicken pie, Harvard ,

7:30: p.m. Evening ,Worship 'r CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH "What suggested ward-moving leadership, business I People are stockholders in this ment abilities. '; beets, green beans, celery I
topic was the I
Tuesday: .. FIVE POINTS BAPTIST Bailey RoadJ. from oriented governmental administrative I'I'I I. A successful administrrtor'should sticks, rolls and butter, pineapple I
7:00 pan. -._...........-.. Visitation CHURCHJ. .Expect" Florida'iNext experience and a sound And corporation entity known as the tidbits, drink.Thursday \
C. BYRD, PASTOR Governor. ) proven record of development, State of Florida and they must |; be chosen on the basis of ,Ii
W. Keen, Pastor Sunday School 10 A.M. By Haydon Burns through planning must I repeat -i choose the chairman of the board i ihis demonstrated abilities. If he Hamburger I bun,

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 9:45 a.m. ___. Sunday School Morning Worship -:._.- 11 A.M. Floridians must if our stateis I must be the badge of, ; who will I guide the destiny: of this I I hasn't graphically dtawartrattsi lettuce and tomato salad, butteietlcorn l I
CHURCH 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship Evening Service 7:30 P.M. to move forward on every I quality stamped on 'Florida's next f state. a dedicated ability to get fr the chilled peers, plain cake w/
Rev. John Dozier, Pastor 6:30 pan. Training Union ""* front put each candidate for' governor. I This fast-approaching gubernatorial !I core of problems, an ability to chocolate icing, drink. n

Sunday School .....__- 945 A.M. '.':3\ p.m. Evening Worship ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC governor under a powerful lung'I The t read of.experience must race should not be run on a I III : cut red tape and an ability to get Friday Fish sticks (Tartar (
Youth Meetings 6OQ P.M. 'Wednesday prayer service, 7:21.' CHURCHRev. nifying glass. They must exam- be woven through the mantle of fogy or soggy track. The issues i i,' the job done swiftly and econ Sauce), cole slaw, frozen green
Worship Services; __11:00 A. M. p.m. I W. J. Holmes, Pastor ine, not only his background aid 'leadership.' i II must be .clearly definedThe vot- 'i j jomically, then he hasnt provenmself limas, rolls and butter, cherry I
--- -- qualifications, but his record of I hi the stato-tan aad'i cobbler, drink.
lack of the i be able as
L. Sunday Mass 2nd, 4th The of ;any qualities ers must to accept or reject !
-- Sunday 7:30 performance. j cquld continue Jo impede .industrial j a candidate on issues noi;i chief executive who will represent :
I a.m. !1 Florida's next governor should i! bankrupt ourfuture i looks, other innocuous the people of this state before I
development or personality or
Sunday Mass ______ ___ 1st, 3rd
be a man capable of guiding our and soma! and attri- the nation and the world. I WATCH ,
5th |i \ deliver our very : meaningless II
Sunday, a.m. ] I
mister I
PARTicuIarsays state into a dynamic and realistic Vashington. butes. I be
the line must
(o II repeat;
Monday, Young People 7 p.m. program for education and sound
Daily 8 a.m. j i' Progress, never is attained unless drawn explicitly and deeply. A Grand Opening
financial policies which
Saturday Convent Chapel can exPe- 1 it is ,prodded by experience Casper Milqutoast has no busi-
ite industrial
development. An examination | and dedicated: leadership. TheI :' ness to seek a position'of lead rI -
6:30 Communion in Convent
of these areas alone I governor's office is not a basic I ship. Only too often do we see WESTERN AUTO
6:30: P.M. Young People'sMeeting. t
will reflect e
I only top bluntly and I conducted use
II I training camp for theoriticians in j gubernatorial campaigns -
; this specialized business of gov- as personality contests to the ASSOCIATE STORE
LAST SUNDAY OF THE TABERNACLE I3APT1STCHURCH prnment administration. There is ," complete exclusion of hard core, ?JAfTa 1 1I I

f .HOME MONTH I no ,time for pn-the-job training ;in 1 basic 'issues. "Mee-tooism", particularly I
7:30 A.M. Holy Communion '
Amelia Road Phone, I-JtS,7 the complicated process of state on such knotty issues as
.. SWEElj I 10:00 A.M. Morning Prayer Rev. Loyd Chambers, Pastor government.The i I federal handout programs and ; NEW
and Sermon 'i federal influence and dictation inj i iI
E f .HOMe : 11:15 A.M. Church School Sunday School 10 a.m. chief executive must be {. i
areas of education, welfare,
5:00: P.M. Episcopal Young Morning Worship 11 a.m. man 'ho'.displays' leadership ii ---- ---
Churchmen Evening Worship 7 p.m. an 'effective, dignified, confidentand ;
# # Wednesday Service 7 p.m. I ,calm '-rganger- He .must literally
." .."... .,.A..., know his state inside out ani;
outside in. He must' be chosen for
his record of accomplishment, not
I jL South 14th Street
II. C. Drury, Pastor
I for what he says he intends to do.
II I 10:00 ajn. Sunday School Kenneth L. Jones, Minister Good intentions and flowery

I i iF 11 a.m. __ Morning Service Sunday: Bible Study _.10:00 a.m."words are not enough. The gov- AskFrIt
ii I 7:45 p.m. ._... Evening Service Morning Worship 11:00 a.m..1 i ernor and his cabinet direct: the.
i 7:45 p.m. Wednesday, V.L.B. Ser Evening Worship 7:00: pjn. spending of $20 million each and
i vice for young people. Tuesday: Singing Practice __ 7:30 i "every week of every year. This ,
# ft urd |responsibility should not be entrusted -
WJtlI II( / ( members homes) to someone who never has .
F CAtp i LI-v Rev. J. T. Dunnam Pastor Wednesday: Mid-Week Bible t directed the expenditure of a

Worship Services: 8:30: AM. Study 7:30 p.m.,i single dollar of public monies. I
11:00 A.M. Thursday: Ladies Class 10:30 a.m., Governmental administration !:i? HOlt Hill DAIRY

8:00: P.M. (Held at various members homes) I. whether it be a mayor, county :
:Sunday School 9:45 A.M. commissioner, or governor is
YOUR FORD WITH ji Training Union _6:45 P.M. MEMORIAL METHODIST I- or should be a 24-hour,
i Prayer Service Wednesday CHURCH sevendaysaweek job. On tile ,FERNANDINA BEACH
7:30 P.M. other hand, legislators come in
: Nelson P. Moyer, Pastor I
SERVICE "AT HOME" & 9:45 a.m. Sunday School contact with the complex machinery -j' For Home Delivery Call 2 61.3198Fernandina

PRINCE OF PEACE of state government only\
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship Beach
LUTHERAN CHURCH I about 60 days every two years. I II
6:15: pjn. MYF Supper & Programs-
Bring your Ford to m for the Km! of service that Donald R. Himmelman, Pastor Legislators generally do not, and 1 TASTE THE DIFFERENCE
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be able e ,
to :
are not expected to v
Ford all Ford! That FoMoCo I
keeps a means we use i i Phone 261-5634 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship f with-the dealingin
Genuine and Rotunda Parts that are built to the :Sunday School 9:45: a. m. cope day-by-day I *
game rigid high-quality standards that Ford insists : Worship Service .. _.11:00: a. m. NORTH 14th STREET mental,the complex finance realm and administration. of govern I TASTE THE FRESHNESS .

on for original equipment.It means our technicians # BAPTIST CHURCH .

are Ford service-trained-they we've work Ford on Fords I j ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN Rev. Ran Humphreys, Pastor A mere working knowledge of I I z -. ; : : : Direct from Farmer To YOU! (
day. It got factory-
every means CHURCH 9:45 School .
: a.m. Sunday the administration does not qualify I '
approved tools designed to get Ford service work i Amelia City Near Intersection 11:00 a.in'_ Morning Worship any man to oversee the everyday ': TASTE TfiE RICHNESS!
done right the first time-and on time. It means AlA 7:00 p.m. B.T.U. operations of the $4 million-I eye

you can't do better for your Fqrd-or yourself ts! I A. F. Gerbhardt, Pastor 8:00: p.m. Evening Worship a-day business called state gov I
S. Move
To Use Permium
I Up Quality
Come in and see.: I rf:00 a.m. Morning Service 1:30 p.m. Mid-Week Services .ernment. ,It requires schooling iul '
9:00 a.m. Sunday SchoolCHURCH Wednesday the university of hard, day-to-day i Jersey Milk I

KEEP YOUR FORD ALL FORD! i '* ft OF GOO$ PINE*GROVE* BAPTIST* experience.Here is a question' every person i j i PLASTIC CARTON .

CHURCH should apply to each candidate in''
Cor. 4th and Cedar Sts. .
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EIGHTH STREET I'I J 11:00 a.m. Morning Service 7:30 pan. Evangelistic Service When safety'counts,,, and rubber compounds produce% better I Isigns

/.PE. Friday Evening 7:30 p.m. W.M.B. traction...more mileage... less noise and oad'CO"nt

SINCE I 1 1910 1 l Ii 7:30 r pjiu Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday V.L.B.?oung vibration every mile! And ATLAS gives you a
Prayer meeting Wednesday People on
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