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 12, 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: UF00079912:00037
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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1/1fUGI/ /famJ n first Bttptisno Vgj- Dedicate Educational l Building i; Melton Named ', Sign Rayonier 2.Year and ContractA Union : CounffeLoses' Fight "(

As PostmasterBy 2-year contract has beer To Holcfi! $! O/ooO

The three-story Educational entered into by the locals of tne:: ;

Building of the First Baptist Pulp, Paper and Sulphite Mill
1)) S. Senate
Church, erected and furnished tt Workers at the Fernandina: in Road Funds J JI

a cost of $285,000, will be dedi. I Beach and Jesup, Ga., divisions 5

cated Sunday afternoon.Of I' Official word was receivedthis of Rayonier Incorporated.The I The Board of Commissioners f
: J; red brick construction, the monvng from CongressmanD. contract was signed afte: of Nassau County has abandoned

building is centrally heated and R. (Billy) Matthews Uut a vote last week by union members .. the fight they have waged for

I # air-conditioned and contains :::0.- William H. Melton was. confirmed at the two mills to accept some time to avoid losing $140-

Excessive speed on city streets .Ii 000 square feet of floor space. il -jesterday' hy tjie United a company proposal iDOO from the county's secondary .
has officials considerable 1I
r given city $ contains a Chapel, seatng: 100, a The News-Leader last week: road fund. I
cause for concern in the past library, choir room, church 'par. erroneously called the approvi1taction ; The Board heard Commission
few weeks and crackdown is L
I f a lor, kitchen, and Fellowship Hail, a strike vote, rather thana Attorney Thos. J. Shave, Jr., tell
underway. Notwithstanding, :a t 3 seating 250. vote on the company's latest:: of a conference with Governor

group of housewives took mat.I In addition, it will accomodatesix proposal. Earlier in negotiations i I Farris Bryant as a' last resort n
ters into their hand and"apprehended" II
a couple own of speeding I r. 14j II ; ;: ; Nursery, two Beginner, three a strike vote had been held, bu* efforts to by-pa53 the purported \ .

I I ;iI Primary, two Junior, two Intermediate results were never revealed after obligation. 1
North Fletcher
youngsters on ;
Avenue. When the hot-iod- I one Young's Peoples, negotiations were resumed. The obligation exists through ,f'
; and one Adult departments.The an arrangement by a previous (
ders went roaring up North: J
Fletcher the ladies immediately :, : Rev. On in Stites, Fiel Pleq state administration and the 1
City Rejects
parked a car across the street Secretary of the Northeast Florida county commissioners when U. S. I :

and joined hands to stop the care Baptist Assn., and Dr. Joan Xo. 1 was being 4-laned in the I '!J

on their return trip from the Maguire, Executive Secretary, Of Merchants On Callahan area quite a number of '1

dead.end at the North. Unableto I will be guest speakers at the .f years ago It was understood by J

]leave the area the speederswere morning: services Sunday. Ke\ Christmas most at the time that the obligation

forced to wait until the Stites wiU bring the message at LightingThe of the county for certain I

police arrived and proper measures Ii 8:30: a.m'and Dr. Maguire, at 11 ruhtofwayvas offset by arrangements >
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made the
were taken. ..-- City Commission rejecteda daring\
( amA dinner will be served in Fellowship plea by the Merchants Association building of the road between

Other areas have made a great -4 Hall at noon and church to take over the Christmas Hilliard and, I&pal. 's on U. S.

deal over the number of flaj t&r families are to bring basket lighting: in the downtown area, 17. : :

flying over their respective sections lunches.At States Senate as Postmaster of as they met last night in regular The money will be withheld

during the history of thisnaton. : 2 p.m. the Men's Chorus of the Fernandina Beach Postoffice. bi-monthly session. from the county's secondary mad I

None have come up with II Ill the Florida Baptist Convention Word had previously been received The merchants group, at a pie- funds and will greatly jeopardize f
vious had asked that
so many, nor so glamorous cr liii, will present a 20 minute pro. that the Postoffice and meeting, any such construction in the near i iI

infamous as the case may be, .as4 HHI gram of sacred music, to begin Civil Service Comm: e of the the city take over the liJ.rhtiur i I future, it is felt. '
the eight that have flown over the dedication service. Followingthe Senate had approved PresidentJ. each year as it had become a bur- i Rep. Claude Wingate met with
Amelia Island. we're den for that association.In the Commission and discussed I
Maybe unveiling of the plaque and F. Kennedy's 'nomination o!
bet not to up1 I rejecting the plea, the Com-;i the situation at Boulougne i.
missing a come presentation of keys, Rev. James Melton as a permanent post- i
with a Fiesta pageant, "Eight V .- I T. Dunnam, pastor, will dedicate master. ( missioners -pointed out that they garding the county's position in :
Over Fernandina" the1 I #- were not in a position to abaoib the matter of the lighting at that
Flags the building, assisted by the con i Melton, who served as' Mayor j
and bit such a program It was pointedout abolished city.
like, capitalize a gregation. Rev. Stites will offer of rnandina Beach for ten wi
of local I I that, if they did take over i The question has been under
on the historic aspect the dedication and Dr. : J
prayer 'and has been active in civ
attractions. THE HANDSOME NEW EDUCATIONAL BUILDING of the First Baptist Church Maguire will lead the meditation. years ic the lighting, they could not juct-'I considerable discussion since the; ,
affairs for some time, was named
I will be dedicated in a special service to be held Sunday afternoon, September 15, at Open House will be held front by Matthews as acting- postmaster -I ify such a project in only one lights were turned off recently

Were you among the many 2 p.m. Open House will follow, from 3 to 5 o'clock, and the public is cordillay invited 3 until 5 p.m., with Youth Council in February of 1961. area of the city and that it was because of past due bills. An
Fernandinians who spotted Miss to attend. Photo by T. H. King members of the FBC servingas not feasible to consider lghtinzin election Tuesday in that city re1 ,

Sheryl Jeanne Thompson, Miss ; tour guides. The public is all areas. 1 suited in 9 persons going to the \
Nevada of 19G3, as a former eu- ( cordially invited. : Forecastof. In other business the Commission i polls and voting against main

tertainer in the local Lions Mk. Five Points Baptist i Pirates In Final Practice To 63 I! Concluding the day's services, ; awarded a contract to the taming the lights.Continued .
Open Kin sland (Ga.) Tractor Co. in I
strel Miss Thompson, who competed : Sets On Rev. Dunnam will bring the message ( on page five)
with beauties from the |; Homecoming Fantastic FandtingO'i furnish a tractor to the city for ;
"This Old House, at 8 p'm.i ; : \
other 49 states in the Miss Am 16th AnniversaryFive i Season Against Camden County Sept. 20 i i Lloyd E. Wolters served as use atr the golf course.
I Board of PublicInstruction
The successful was $2343- .
erica pageant Saturday night at I ;, general chairman for. the new i i TIMELY TATTLER. TELLS !
is former reJ- Points Baptist Church .50 for a Ford diesel tractor
Atlantic City, a Price Sr. .
building, with W. R. ,
BY CURT GORDON football field. Coach Ben- TALE OF TERRIFIC TALENT'with
I [ Wayne : Second low bid $2345 the '
dent of Jacksonville and competed I will observe: its 16th anniversary vice-chairman. Other chair. was Seeks
: Only one more week before the :: ner says he plans rough work for as ;I i Nautical Nonsense news'i' Jacksonville Tractor: Co. for a
in the talent revue feature : Sunday, September 15, will I men are: Thad S. Lee, Jr., Plans:
minstrel Homecoming. Fernandina Beach Pirates vvll! his charges through Tuesday, flash The Woman's Club' Ford tractor and next was $2;>;";- -
of a recent I Dinner will be served on the make their 1963 debut on the then will confine the next two Mrs. Ross Libby, Furnishings; and warns you to mark the date cf .68 for a Case tractor by t.e! New Milk Bids
Jacob C. Mottayaw, Jr., i i ;
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'on Deal Tractor Co., of
'if snake hunter, now'3the ground following the morning i your Square ;
you're a I : Other members are, Edgar, I
.1bave the 'worship hour. I II I I running before the Pirates depart; :'as the biggest entertainment of. Jacksonville.On :
season. But if you Guest Speaker Saunderson, V. E. Selph, A. J. i The Board of Public Instruction
Friday afternoon for Woodbine i .
to the reptile Rev. J. W. Keene, I ( the'year.. I the agenda was the selection :
c normal aversion ; j pastor ea- and their first : Fox, Mrs. E R. Bounds, Mrs meeting Wednesday in
family that most of us have, !tends a cordial invitation to all Georgia the encounterof (Continued on page two) Watch for _other information i of a Certified Public: Accountant : monthly session,,. Issued /a Clill.
season against the tough !
watch where :i members and former members.Jaycees ., be for the annual audit of for bull mJi] \
then it's time to you .. you'll .delighted- ; ;, Asupplyip// \;
i (Camden County High Hurricaneg, ... .. : the city books. Commissioner Ben school o't:
btep. Rattlers are ca the moveS -.4i. ;county : fafeteYfas. This u

S they prepare for. hibernation I of Month 1 Lunderway The game at'at eight Woodbine o'clock.wilUjjet I': Jaycees'ScheduIeBicycle t Western J 'Aufd'ShifeV it be sorensen tabled Basked until a tha\later,'thr'meeting matter. {, the' thfrd call for bids. Is. '!
and a large number have been I iI r Preyious bids here, as well
4 two Named At Meeting Benner says the Pirates have Sets Grand The Interest and Sinking Fund j the
spotted and killed in the past Opening throughout most of state,
I looked good at times during me1![ Safety i .j portion of the 1963-64 budget J i
weeks. Curt Lasserre sworn I [ have Men 7.2 cents for a half!
enemy of the slithering serpents, Qn Monday Night practice sessions. He thinks thue For This WeekendWalter I.:was discussed and was temporarjily ;[ pint. Superintendent John Weis-
: Jaycees of the Month for the has to be plenty of work done ly ,, 1' approved, as presented b/ I'
noted that
is keeping score and told me today I ProgramRodeo D. Smith, new owner } ner last'rear's figurewas
that he knows of 13 that :past quarter were named by the boys yet before they will bt i|; of the local Western Auto Store, (City Manager David Gatchil,/ 5 cents for the same quan
of hiding and are I 'President John Tester at the ready for the first game. One j in advertisement : 1 pending adoption of a complete
have come out I announces a page j I
The Fernandina Beach Junior: '
dead as the result during the j i regular weekly session Monday can guess from the tone of Ben- : in this, issue that a grand |i I'budget. tity.The Board will meet in special
past few weeks. 1 :night in the Recreation Center ner's conversation that some of Chamber of Commerce Bicycle :t opening of the revamped stoie I (Continued on page two) session Friday night and bids;

-tr II conference room. k the boys aren't living up to expectations Safety Committee will sponsor i; will begin today and continue. I will be opened, at 8 p.m.

Increased life guard protection Cited as outstanding were although they are and conduct a Bike Safety program :| through Saturday. I|Police Apprehend In other action the Board approved -
and Rodeo the first
Lawhorne for capable of playing better. It li. .
the month
Royce Ii I number of 'teacher
on the Atlantic beach here le- | Smith says that there will be1 a appointments
week in October.
also hinted that better effort Juveniles In Rash
daring I Df June; J. C. "Bud" Lewis for a and resignations. Approval
suited in fatal mishaps
no The Jaycees will have the cc-l I free gifts and refreshments for
and James Bowers for Au- by some should be forthcoming
'July, also made of student
the Summer season 'I Of Misdemeanors was
past assistance of l local i!
could operation and and
City Recreation Director Sandy I gust. or else they be playing intramural everyone bargains galore transfer and bus driver replace
law enforcement and;
DeSandro's lifeguards were, citcvj\ : ; football. agencies throughout the store. Police Chief J. R. Parker announced ments.
school authorities in I
se\'eral times for their work at Pranksters NabbedBy 'I ,: : I So far the Pirates haven't: any rodeo I this week that 4 juvtn- Weisner informed the Board
.. one-day bicycle safety
the white beach in averting: near : I.j "' > "., : serious injuries although some and instruction for school Steger Changes NameOf lea have ben implicated in a that 2 additional cars are needed!
drownings. At the colored American Officer GuestFive >.' have hampered the boys. Roy I age I rash of local break-ins and that I for driver education courses In
Beach, where life' uaids ,' : ." .. ,.. -... Cox, fine guard, has been slowed children.To Drug StoreTed hey will appear before Couny f the county schools and it was

instituted for the first juveniles, who considered MRS. THOMAS J. NILLAM&, I because of a wrenched back. Ned be held at the Elementary j I Judge J. E. (Gene) Weatherford. agreed to call for bids as soon as

time were. by a county agency, the : 'writing on cars with white shoe Director of District IV of the Tyson,' first string quarterback School, the program will feature j Steger announces in ar. The break-ins included looting; I specifications are provided At
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former high rate of drownings ]polish a lark, were nabbed in I Florida Federation of Garden has missed some practice sessions -: a driving course to test riding I[ advertisement in this issue that ([>If a safe at the han Theatre, present the county has two aged
i the act by Police Officer Vernon because of the flu. : skill in maneuverability anfJi the name of his business Las (
was cut to zero. The latter a:- Clubs, will address the Hose Chip lestruction of property at the vehicles in the program. ,
tion was the direct result of a I Guest. Garden Club on October 7. This i Wood hasn't fully recovered from knowledge of safe bicycling prac. been changed to Steger Drug Co J Junior High School], breaking The full board of Frank S.

bill that was passed in the recent I Cars that were marked up belonged -I meeting, the first of the 1963. | his hip injury and George Sheffield j tices.The will also offer" The drug store was operated! i nto the Scout Hut and into a Walters, chairman, J. W. IUg

Legislature allotting a certain I 1 to members of the Amen- '64 club year, will ,be a covered tough tackle, has been Jaycees ; for many years as Thomps:>n's rand noney box at the gate to Fort ginbotham, Walter Murray, Hubert .
sum for water safety in the : j jcounty. an Legion, who were attendingthe dish supper for members only, slowed with a hand injury- CoacL free safety inspection. Bicycles the name was retained Ly (Clinch State Park. Vanzant, Charles B. Jones
be marked with reflectivetape
A joint effort by the 1 regular bi-monthly meetingat at the home of Mrs. !!. L. Raus. I II Benner isn't worried about the will Steger when he purchased the The ages of the offenders and Attorney' H. W. Fishier \Vain
County Recreation Commission : the Legion Home, Atlantic: at :I chert. boys as he says all of them will : for night riding safety. business in August of 1959. r'anged from 12 to 17. attendance..
Tenth. The local rodeo will be part ofa ,
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'and Sheriff H. J. Young- i nationwide
'I blood assured the innovation at Women of St. Peter's of the season.Continuing I conducted this year by the program U. s.1 :: :

American Beach and the sub$e. Klan_ Slates Rally to look good is the ) Junior Chamber of Commerce,

quent added safety. For Saturday Night Set Smorgasbord big fullback, Wayne Arnold. Ray I to reduce the number of children I!

I l For November 16 Rowe, making the switch from annually killed and injured in

It is a normal function of any In an advertisement in this Is-i 1 I guard to halfback, is looking *! bicycle accidents.

paper to carry death notices iri1s .sue the KKK slates a rally for The 1963 Smorgasbord, served good along with Richard Scho-1! I
most unusual to miss! out in ;< mas. These three could be the I
Saturday night on Cashen Curven annually by the Women of St.Peter's Training Classes
this department. But such w.,* | j starting lineup in the backfield j
: the Five Points area. Therally Church, will be held this r
the case in the death of Joseph : with Ned Tyson, Steve Beckett I
t is set for 8 p.m. year on November 16,. at the i, : For Presbyterian
Zimmerman and I have had any The notices states that 2 speak : Junior High School and Tommy Clark, along wttn '

number of calls to know why! <(< rs111' be on hand for the oc- The public is urged cafetorium'j Randy Price and Buck Bibb, are i, Officers Slated I
this notice was bypassed The I asion. (Continued on page five)
f: this date. I
more calls I had the more intel ------._---- 4-4-4-.. Mrs. Evert Elvin,_president. of
csted I became and a little checking the Women of the First Presby.

has revealed that this gentleman terian Church, announces Suwan-

If though little known hcie nee Presbyterial training classes
host of friends for general officers, committee> :j: -
J publicly, had a .rAE ,
and many unusual and interestingfacts chairmen: and circle chairmen are ,e

were brought to light. I am to be held separately in Dutnctj f V/I ---
additional information 1, 2, and 3 in Jacksonville. -
and, although I regret it is: late Calvin Presbyterian Churth V 11 _____'f I
will carry a story about the deceased classes are scheduled Septemocr ,

when I have assimilatedthe 17, from 9.30 to 11:30 a.m. North iA1' _
information. I Shore Presbyterian Church class-j I

sir es will be in the evening of Scj>. _

Back to surveying is George tember 17th from 7:30 to 9:Jj 1(:,j wt-iN

Lovesee after a "hitch" at the p.m. On September 24th the Lake j
Church will hold their
\ Shore
National Naval Medical Center J
classes in the morning. > !
Hospital in Bethesda, Md. Geoue
"rewired" for Local representative officersfor i
was back to get
the 25 volU of current he need the coming year are planning: !
to attend one of these classes. ,
72 times a minute to keep his: I

ticker pulsating. lie is one of tna p '
few who has had a malfunctionof Nassau BSA Sets f i 'j.' ::4

the nerve that runs from the "h. .. __' ___ ,. of '
___' Court Honor 1"
brain to create the heart beat ,', ___. 'S
Attached to his heart at the top} For September 16 S .:.

and bottom is an electrode, wiib FIRST AIR BORNE visitors to the Florida Marine Welcome Station and the new City

a wire that runs to a battery PIRATE FOOTBALL COACHES are always on the lookout for outstanding grid prospects j Nassau< District, Boy Scout Marina were three victors from Canada, on a Florida 'aratjonjunket. Shown gettingthe

j which is tucked away is called in his Pacemaker tummy but when they come in twins, they bring the smiles. Looking appreciativelyat j,.lof America, will hold its monthly proverbial Florida orange juice from 31 rs. Kathryn Saunders, Welcome Station
The. gadget a and Court of Honor

and the new one, just installed the Rice twins, Beryl and Barry, are, left to right, Coach Bob Stoer Coach Lewis Monday meeting, Sept. 16, at 7:30 on hostess is Lou Fiocco, of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. With Fiocco were his two young

is supposed to last a life "Red Bean, Head Coach Wayne Benner, and Coach George Tjson. The twins, only in the Junior High School audi p.m. sons, shown on pontoon of their sea plane. While having their plane fueled up by

time. The battery, however, is sophomores, are expected to see plenty of action this season and are expected to reach torium. tAll Francis Cox, back ,of Mrs Saunders, the nadians visited the welcome station and

good only for 5 years and has stardom before they complete their high school careers. The Pirates open the 1963 Scouts, their parents and breakfasted at Sent ll's Restaurant. Just three more happy wanderers\ to fed the

(Continued On l'ate Two)' season at\ Woodbine, Ga, on Sept ?0, friend* are urged to attend warmth of a Florida welcome Femandina Beach style T i.. > ), I iw, ." .t1fY

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Page Two News.LeaderFcrnandn. Beach--, FIoridaTThursday- September 12, 1963 total Ti 'Speak, [ Drag Races Sun y BiiypLtirgest : Rotarians ,Hear...'.--. '..- LETTERS- TO, Tof.l: t:

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... Mrs Kenyon RiIesDonnJunitaTo On Arab Worltf3( | THE
4, 511 ASH STREET PHONES 3686 -- 3G87 Ever Sfoted For Strip At Airport Austin 'On PuLlkDeJeniler'ls .' ,'(
I'Editor i
I A John K. Perry Newspaper __ __ _. i
:'t c Raj Dldwell, Editor an! Jauar"rr. i At Kiwanis Meet The lareest Drag Races Fernandina Beach News. ader '
f ; evej n I known Drag Race drivers in the Role i i In y6ur last week's column 1 1j
(I c held ;n this area will be stare i entre nation entered in the wees.I i "Just Ramblin'", you said "It t

r. NATIONAL EDITORIAL : Win Top Honors ; The Kiwanis Club of Ferran.. I Sunda afternoon fit the local I Harvev Collins from Mami.; I BY PAUL .j would have been well if all inteij. i :
dina Beach will hear 'talk Drag S rip at the Municipal l Air-'who, has Just won trophy at ,Indianan '
I I a 01: a ested citizens of Nassau Countyj J I
r- ; U:! I The Strategic Importance of thE: "(lrt. The races are sponsored by;' \!Hs for the h>st lookiiu 'Florid 's new system of proVk j.j had been present at the annsnl :
lag counsel
1 ii ; 0CtAt0 ? !I' i Dmma Juanita ridden bv Mrs Arab World to the Security described
lucille Kenvon of Fernandina; : "nr the direction of Nick : was ysterda y \
; the United States at its -diniei : pine Southern Shirk: Drajrfer Commissioners."
Il County
; ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION I I Beach won !econd nfece in the meeting on Monday, Septembei.j Smith,_and will have the best. I from )Macon Georgia is another at the Fernandina Beach Rotar I a completely with' that ,
: Published I every Thursday and entered at the Post Office r..M.1J.A. HeavTweight Division. I Club by T. Edward Austin, JrPubJ'e '
16th at 6:45 P.M. at the Seaside! I jpntry famiPar to Drn) racing : statement !but I wonder just htw
rnandina Beach, Florida second class Defender of the 4th Judicial i
as mail matter. ThA Morgan Horse Club Award
I Hotel. I fans over the nation. Richard Lc, "all interested citizens" ,tan SatS '.
: Subscription Rates: and the Snneldon Memorial[ Trophy. ; Check Fraud !sBootzlii's I A /A Dragster; from Orlai.do. District. tend these meetings if they are
I $4 a year $2.25 6 months for the reg'stered Morgan ; Austin. appointed July 1 to h' I
$1.25 Months I J ij'innp' with P"ry Browning am'Boh held in the middle of a week .dvj -
: S450 a year out of county nlacing highest in BIT division, I Prci A/D Dragster; fron\ new post, was introduced to till\ ''% For a l long time I've wonde dwhv j
... SubjectAt club bv Mercury Kavtntklis
in the 28'h Annual 100 Mile Rid ,
[Jacksonville, > the well-
ar among these meetings were net
*non prpd by the Oreen Mountain f1c1r ji this city, an assistant Public Defender I
., ;I, knn'-'} drivers to he here- i held in the evening so that mme
whose duties
Horse Association held at p Kiwnnis Meet Others pitpred in the r ees arc extra citizens could attend. It may ije
... the
throughout district
South Vermont August comprts- ,
Woodstock,. HnrtM! FinJpv A/A
Drag.'tpr dav
useful and harmless to have
: ; in
Duval and Na
31st. ? Clay, sai(
29th ':from' Birmfngh*" Alabama Ed- ,
% ', t meetings for routine business i i'
__ a This is the, oldest rMe of Its ', tt_ RY TOMMY H.\LLLarrv ,*se How ll, n/Df'lCPdpT Ir,,'" Counties. The club's pres"dentHugh : : the meetings are fully reported
< F. Stone Jr.Y'I
type in the ipntijy, a hard thr H> ; Bootzin. of Paymasters, Jacksonville. Bill Swit'-her, C/ in th;'f but I think it is wrong-.to !have \
I dav events.,.bhieh: some ,';7 4_ Inc., snoke to Kiwanis Club on flriester from Jacksonville Jack chair and program chairman foi only day meetings for 'business

., I hordes were .piftpred from .11 Monday on "Cheek Fraud Pro I Patrick, AAIDT'lO'lter!: from TftH i- i' the week was Eldridge Partin. which the public is invited, to \
v ntion". The !sneaker presented : Stressing! the need for such a I
"rts of the United States, from h\st'P. Hoyt Grimeg.: AA IDI'2- "hear" or wants to question. !
sldAs; on snec'men' cOpies' of legal institution as the public defender ; ..
I Canada and Sol America. ster from Atlanta Georgia and
: Is this done because!: the eorr.j -
cWks phow'n how the Austin said that of somE
; ? average of the ht )known drivers in
Mr*. Kenyon'was ,also the win- one missioners don't want to keepi
ner of the;,S/wior Sportsmanship skilled forger would; so alter ,' the Drag Field Sasser Ward, ADragster / 8.000 men now incarcerated ir I the public informed or to gn'** r rl
I tViOLE14ILL : A: __ checks as to make it possible from Savannah. Oeonria: Florida State Penitentiary ir i
Award for Wonten, awarded an- all interested citizens an opportunity .\
: TO nuallv to the ,\,ornen displacing fra'identlv to obtain money. : and Leroy Cipray, B/Dragsler 1 Raiford, some 4,500 went to jail I. to attend? Or is it liecaue ,
"One of the biggest businesses on various charges without bene. "
I da.eiof ----- from Tamna.
the hnrhest sportsmanship they believe that those woocan't
: MOUNThIW! fit counsel. of them !ic
.. 1 1 in the United States is forgery, of Many ,
One local who has sgncdfor
during the,,ride. attend during the day
i may
The speaker will be James said will be entitled to trials
new :
sad Boot'fn. "Our pails are
the is Bobbie Robinson,
-rr-rJ-. t races not be interested?
t Batal of Coral Gables, a specialist 'bulging with foiwrs, and check under the recent rul'ng.!
I D/Dragster.
I&a.. William
., A. ChildsMARINA
in "Individual freedoms and in.
current developments in j IIrtsts. Thirty-eight cent tf
expected lx
p.: :1}I, I .i The races are to ,
... ; the Middle East for the past 20 the peo" e in jaMs are ch''ck p.it- the finest ever staged in this area: dividual liberties are the quan.
TheNotion yeais. An American citizen Loin ; igh," he continued. "However, .: and has attracted Ken Whittle tities we are seeking to protect -::1 LOG

r I -; : in Massachusetts in 1901. Batal! ;i only 35 per rent of check crooks; ; race writer for the Southeastern ," said Austin. "And, of

---i Counter has resided in the vital Arab region : -I are professionals." Drag News, who will be here to course, our effort is in no Vf'e!

during five separate perodsof "In recent times forgery cover the event for tint, paner. connected with trying to get::1
j BY PAUL WARWICK extended residence the most homicidal maniacs out of jail. -.sl
J : seems to be appealing more to Th' Drag; News covers the nation I ;
: .
recent lecturer in Jour Each case is being closely and .
I I II stay as women. You do not need a gun find Fernandina Beach will rece.we I .
I j I After a rousing season from i nalism at the American Uniur- : to rob a man of his money." plenty of valuable publicity. t carefully considered." '

--- 1 June 1 through the Labor Day sity in Beirut, Lebanon. |1 Bootzin said, "all you need is a Gates will open at ten o'clock' At the Wednesday meeting,::1 .

i weekend, a strange sense of | A Nieman Fellow in Journalism !- ,; pen." Sunday morning with time trials Newt Roberts outlined plans for .__ ... I

.. j peace and quiet has settled down ,II at Harvard Universty in |i "In the last eight years there beginning at twelve. The races :get renewed golf competiton: betweenthe .;. 4 I
both sides of South Fletcher Lions Club and the Rotary : ....-.._
... on i 1945 and a graduate of Amherst: ;, has been an increase of 192 percent underway at three Sunday after
..... I Avenue in and on Fernandina | I II College in 1925, Batal is the author -I in loss of checks in the noon. Club.!and spoke .of tentative plans! -- :
j Beach. | of "Assignment Near East," '! lor tne next lairway struggle 10 >
: ,
... mails. Over 800000000.00 han Boats docking at the new City
j I Even the wind up through i, :published by Friendship Press ill been lost by businessmen by forgeries : take place in October. The last. Marina during the past week
{ this at least that I Ii 1950 and co-author of both engagement between the clubs
writing, ,
.. I a during the past year. r PIEY1H were as follows, with the name ,:
.. [ comes out of the northeast is1''"Most of the World," publishedby Bootzin concluded.The I J/ resulted in a tie. of the boat, the owner his address

.,I ...... j I gentler, more breez-like, than wel|1 Columbia University Press iil.( speaker was introduced by : Among guests at the Rotary and length of boat lifted ,
usually expect from that some-I :1949 and of "Your Newspaper", Program Chairman Jim Bush I j ) Ofi&&j : meeting were Robert Overcash, in that sequence. -:'

times vehement quarter of the 'I 1 by Macmillan in 1947. He has i Herb White led the club singing; I of Jacksonville Beach, and the Davnee II, Dr. Hillyer, JacKsonville -
f : Contain compass. Moreover the fish, someanglers i' 'written articles also for several accompanied by Louis Ferre.ia, Rev. Fred Woolsey, Jr., of Syracuse 25' ,
The litterbugs ly BILL P1NNIY N. Y., a son of as :luCountis
... say. have given in to :i magazines that specialize in Arab | at the piano. I Di- Voyager, McClued, Brunswick,
: W'e dislike I the lazy trend and are striking World developments. : Key Club member Chip Wood A regulation par 70 golf course Department Ga., 19'Charmer 1:
having to it
bring but this rector. The Woolsey will
.. to be up country seems I at the hook-borne lures that are I His first direct on-the-spot was a guest and gave a run dean lighted bright enough for night I younger I T. B. Peeler Brunswick ; .
losing in Iowa.
continue his
} an important battle the ministry
4 : litterbug. fight to control the I offered them, instead of swimming I contact with the Middle East i iI of the proposed activities of ihe play. That may not work out too Ga., 37'

I farther asea from Bud I came in 19 3-19.u with the U. S.I| Key Club for the coming school I Out Board Neal Gale, Brunswick -
: Despite the fact that S50 million has to be spent an- I I Holt's pier in quest of waterborne I Government's Office of War In- year. !well.For more than a century until I County Farm Bureau Ga., 17'

nually just to remove litter from cur highways; that trash j I plankton, algae or whatever formation. He was assigned to President Rauschert announced -I they threw a switch to floodlight Presents AwardsAt 2nd Time Around, Milton Bail.I .

:, piles cause many deaths and ,hundreds of millions of dam. I it is that fish use for cav I undertake a special research;'project that the Florida Kiwanis District a course at Sewell, N. J., i| I I lot Ft. Lauderdale, 37'

ages in fires and that litter creates a breeding ground fcr iar. I in seven Arab states: I Ii Conventon: would be held I only players were lit up. i i Ladies NightLadies : Puffin. Harold II. Condo, S)'.':&.

: disease, the Jitterbugs are still very much with us and show I Some residents of the area 1'ke'i i Mr. and Mrs. Bataljretujned in Jacksonville on September 2':, ', This may drastically change j Night was observed by : cuse N: Y., 32'

: no signs of mending their careless ways. !lit this way, very much: others( from Lebannon in 1957Ts-5Cmi-' : 23 and 24th, with the George ', golf. After 5 P.M. too many' the Nassau County. Farm Bureauon Me To, Cecil Winn, Fitzgerald
quite naturally and understand retirees and in October came : Washington Hotel as convention players are likely to play the I August 23. The meeting was Ga., 21'
: Remember that the occasional Jitterbug is quite bad wish "the season" to1 all K5- : Sea G. W. ,
as ably, had from Massachusetts to Florida. headquarters. urged 19th. hole before the first, not held at Kings Ferry at the Noith- Tiger, T9mpkins
as the confirmed one. 'You think"that it's of longer to wanians of the Fernardins Boca ,Raton, 43'
may no consequence run. make their permanent homeJ In ; : after the 18th. I I east Baptist Associaton: Camp.A .
I : to toss a candy wrapper from a speeding car, but One motel man said the drop | November he was appointed resi Bench club to attend. i That is unless they put 14) delicious meal was preparedand Blithe Spirit, F. B. Scott, Syracuse -}

1 just ponder a moment on the size of the pile that would. off after Labor Day was not t i dent-lecturer in Florida for the: ) It is planned to have rooms some strict rules. Such as: served by the men to approximately N. YC6', ( ,-

2 result if each of the cars in the immediate vicinity contributed nearly as drastic this year as it i j I Arab Information Center of N'ew I rented at the Robert Meyer and Only balls may be teed up during 100. i 1' : D ttie .Jean, W. G. Whellcr

: but one item of trash to it. was in 19(52.( I( York City. Since then ?he' has! ; the George Washington Hotel : matches. At the conclusion of the meal, Nashville,' Tenn., 38'

: This i is "Last year" he said, "after ,'given more than 400 'talks tot; if possible, for the members and Players starting a round mj j the County Farm Bureau Scholarships : Wilmar, Mrs. Thorsell, OU
; where
I one case the molehill would. actually be- Labor Pay 'the bottom droppedout. various service civic, rlmtd11(18-t their: wives to meet and relax b-- i foi Lyme, Conn., 32'
toxiCPted ,may be suspended I were presented to t,,(
:: come a mountain in short order. .' This year, however, we 'ternal and patriotic organizations : fore attending the Various cs-l':driving wTule*drunk. J % I winners: Miss Joyce Goodbread, I I Wanderer, W. C. Campoell,

We can, and should, make America a glittering nation have had two nights since Labor ,i I in the South, including raqre.,Jhan sions of the convention. 't i Foursomes must remain four (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johr. Meltourne t2'j' ri

: : by stopping littering. Day when we hang out the 'no- a score of Kiwanis Clubs A There is no charge for registration !'somes. Quartets will be ejected. (oodbread of Yulee, and LtCilclntosh i "
j -- -- -- vacancy' sign." will follow: his for the convention. I I Ia
I question period During night tournament play ]\ son of Mr. and Mrs. T. First Baptist
It was a busy season. Pat He also Announced the annual! .
the'18th. ,F. McIntosh of HilHard. Both
I hootnanny on green ,
ited Station One of the famous .
: Lions ,Hear Talk I 10,000 mile Atlantic now Missle\ Mabe, an aide there since Roy I talk.He will be introduced by election of officers will be held I :will not be permitted. 3 roung people ''responded briefly; (CohHnued from Page One)

Range and that the tour stoppedfor Kight first! opened his Surf J President B. L. Rauschert I October 7th. I The AP reported the lighted! expressing! the.r appreciation and i Dena Arnold, Mrs. II. J. McFar-

: some time at both the Saturn Motel five years ago, said she: I I I ourse located near Philadephla riving a short resume of thir : land, Ralph DuBois, Paul Ewing,
; By John McClane i and Minuteman rocket I oersonally counted 73 cars of I I Plea a mashie shot from where I i mmediate plans. The two are Bryant Tucker, W. T. Waai,
i complexes visitors! who had to be turned Just Ramblin City Rejects el Ben Franklin flew his kits anti'' low enrolled at Florida State Donald Heafner, Robe;!' Tairley,
McClane visited the I]
: On Canaveral Tour Cape along regretfully away during the Continued i From One) less than 50 miles from wheie t Jniversity. i Gordon 'Butler! Dr. C. 1. Brew-
with a of members of the (
i group Labor Day weekend.It's (Continued from Page One) i'
rom Edison perfected the light Thanks of the group were ex- ton, Mrs. D. S. Peterson, and
Central Florida Optometric As to be replaced at that interval. t Paul Bibb; headed a delegation jl I p iressed to the supper committee Leroy McKee.

: John McClane was program : sociation. true that the desirabilityof If George could just get an ay:- from the Men's Softball Ul\llP I julb.Or, as Slime magazine cr c omposed of, L F. Higginboth- Sidney H. Stilley and Associates .

speaker Tuesday night at the McClane\ was presented to the Fernandina Beach as a serene tenna installed now, he might be to ask that a oernanent structure -I (nusweak, would pinpoint it, a m, W. D- Mizell, B. C. Lew s, of Jacksonville designedthe
: regular meeting of the Lior'J'' Lions by Jimmy Harrell, pro. I and restful playground has spreadfar able to do broadcast'ng. No commercials be installed at City Bat: t! i 581.4 miles from where James a nd T. J. Mclntosh. edifice with construction Ly

: Club and he told the membei- gram chairman. and wide, in the slow but please. Park in the Softball area for the I Ueredth: graduated from coi- John W. Page, president, pre- the Auchter Company, also tf

of his recent visit to Cape Canaveral Also speaking to the Lions I sure fashion that comes with: purpose of:1 concession stand i I ege. J S ided over the meeting., Jacksonville.
: and a tour of the installa was Zone Chairman "Cap" Smith: j word-of-mouth advertising. It Long recognized as one of tl-e: and storage space. The Commission j i .

: tions. of Callahan, who told the club i i seems a pity that more national' outstanding greenskeepers in the | greed to study the reqtietand -.
McClane told the Lions n members of the fund drive for publicity can not be put to work Southeast Head Golf Pro 'Edj inform the League of thcr
: number of interesting s'delights' the Florida Foundation for the if such could be done without I Mattson has been signally hon findings. 1

of his tour and of the information Blind. I' the end result of spoiling the un- ored with invitation. to visit ( Also discussed at the m(eth'j!'

: given out by those conducting President Ben Clarke conducted spoiled atmosphere that is now a club in the Bahamas and give j, was a Lard Fill Operation program .

: the tour. a board meeting after tilL'! one of Fernandina's prime assets.It of his advice of grasses at a golf|I which has been under consideration -

: The speaker said that, he vis- regular l session. is possible that descriptions course there. Mattson, the :e-i for the past few weE 3. I DID YOU KNOW?
---- -- I .. .,. ,. .
of this
... beach's and of "
peace quiet- cipient an all-expense trip ufi i Meeting with the Lommiss.on f
.... in many instances, have bee n visiting at the Rock,Sound Club for the discussion was Dr. Ralt/h f

.J' \,I overdone.On in Cotton Bay"on Eleuthera la- 'I Iy Wolff, director of'the Amelia Island -
... the Saturday and Sunda1 land. He is also looking over an I Mosquito Control Distric1. I'. t h' *" f !; 'f.IT .
.. before Labor Day. wife d irrigation being installed: .
my am system It was revealed at the meetirip
E I heard and heard of many 'per- there very similar to the one that such a program can i I.* IS 'UNLA WFUL .
sons from other sections wh
.-. I were utterly amazed that the:;y I Mattson is a past president of mosquito control operation and .
.. couldn't drive into Fernandin;a the Florida-Georgia Turf Asso- the state will give certain match ;

.... Beach and find weekend accommodations ciation. in? funds. i For Any Person ,Or Persons To Engage In Business Under A Fictitious
for parties of fro I I The big question facng: the ,
two to half a dozen withoui t Young men in this ,area who I Commission should they go into
Name Unless The Name Is Registered '
: prior reservations. are interested in attending a such an operation to dispose of'I

e i I Everything was full up. Anc 11 military academy should make I the city's garbage, is whether t

.. ". '" tu. the couldn't understand it. plans now to take an examination.on .. I they prefer to enter into an

: d.0. ( i I "111 never get caught out o* Nov. 9. This area Is far pastj i ,agreement with Dr. Wolff loris I Read This Florida Law. .
: \. lPbM a'-. &M |i a limb like this again; ," one mar 11. due for such an appointment and .i* ] operation to handle the wcik' .
.. : said. "We thought we couM I some bright young man might (or whether the city will initiate
['I drive into Fernandina and tab! {I well insure his future with the 1 their own operation.

-- or pick of places to stay. Advance t proper effort along this line. See : Mayor E. J- Johnson thankid "It shall be unlawful for any person or persons as defined herein, to engage ''In
.. I reservations didn't entei.1' an announcement in a news release ]Dr. Wolff for his presence and
.... our mind." from Congressman D. R. ( j:he information he afforded and business as herein defined, under a fictitious ''name as herein defined, without and

.. Lots .of people learned better j Matthews in this issue conecriiI ,;aid that further discussions ou i unless said fictitious name shall be registered With; the clerk of the circuit ppyrt of

j I ing the "exams". j j tI ;he matter will ensue. I
.tit Despite Tt greatly increased influx I 1 Gatchel informed the Commis- the county where the, principal place of business is, which registration shall, consist

: . BY DEBTCANCELLING of toumh from all sections' :I Fernandina Beach !'sion that he had received nou of the country1 I\the season jun: I this city had drooped to 21st in ,
: ended sl-F* those'who know, was the state in priority for funds to' stating under oath the name of all those interested In the business enterprise,. the '

: LIFE INSURANCE again mainly- ,, Georgia season: : Fishermen May i, assist with a proposed $967,000 ; extent of the interest of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is '
... people frofci our sister state to :, extension of the local sewerage: :
the north [easily. dominated the 'system. He noted, however, that: carried on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring ,

E We believe that no man's debts should live count ; Apply.For Loans ( the list changed from year to : to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or their Intention ,
Georgia license plates on au- year and was based on need, how
; after him and consequently debt cancel. tomobles are almost as fami iras I Seton H. Thompson Regional far project had progressed, foul to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four ((4)) 'consecutive .
. : ling life insurance that pays off an obligation those from Florida, including i Director of the Bureau>of Commercial 1: economv etc.Speeding i I' weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county where said registra.
Nassau County.In in the city was discussed : -
: in the
event of death. I Fisheries In StPetersI -
1. the relatively short time he burg Beach, Florida, 'announced during the meeting and ; tion is to be made, and said registration shall not 'be accepted by the clerk o! the '

E Here's one more reason why you'll find it has been a resident here, the ecn- ,i that programs for financial as- it was agreed that a crackdown circuit court except upon receiving proof of such publication."
ductor of this column has checked should be intensified. I jGatchel
: sistIne Tommerctal fisaerI -
: always pays to do business with our bank. off license plates from 87 6f told the Commissi- :
I, men are active in the Feroaddina
Georgia's 159 counties. ,"*w* that work was progressing f
.... Most of them of course, were Beach To date area.39 fishery $loans for : on ers the 1963-64 budget and that If You Are Engaged In Business Under 'Any Name Other Than '

M from Georgia's southern half, he anticipated a meeting would ;
.. i all Just $701,088; have been approved for the first of the i Your Own And Have Not Had This Nme AdvertisedAnd
; but not by any means. i, fishermen in. this State *Lcanst be necessary 'Properly
the other day we saw one from be obtained week for the Commission to meet i
t to finance
:: FLORIDA 'National Bank II Dade County in Georgia. :! may purchase new fishing operations and discuss the various items. I Registered, See Your Attorney Tor All 'Necessary Information
And Dade is
I County, Georgia, t equipment, and to replace vessels -
.M tf It UMt w l.|HM*.Uli***|HIHt I'far and away in the northwest I which have btenlost or : the popular FHA financing for .As To What You Should Do.

E .t FerncrndrniBeach_ i i: section of the state just as faraway have become inefficient ''Over i'I I homes. Thompson explained that

as you can get and still $6,000QOO is still available! lor both Bureau programs providefor .

, .-.. ..... stay in Georgia. lending to qualified fishermen. i long-term, low-interest fi- 1.
-. f nMM4. OCF01.T' MtUUMCC CMKMUT1' Also, Federal mortgage insu;-j''fla'Icin -'to 'Upgrade ttur (commercial FERNAHNNA ,lEACH ;t NEWStiMIy ,
ance is \-aUable'to iM m'finat'r. fishing fleetPatronize i.

Trade At Home ing the consruction of nefvcssels r. .A'II.b... '.'t !

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Personals I News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursday, September 12,- 19Q3 Page Three
I ,
well as. pads to use under fabric CARD OF THANKSWe CARD OF THANKS ..
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Junck haveas For. The Homemaker place mats. Take note yoi I
their guest for a lew days, may find plastic mats marke find words inadequate to Words cannot adequately express -

steel Junck's son, Lt. CoL \\u. Y's'+ 3 ti L down during seasonal whit express our deep appreciation to our deep appreciation for
ham Ii. hopkinson, thief Operational w sales. each of those who extended the many kind and sympathetic
Support JBrancn, fcuppy ',4 s 9fBy comforting sympathy to us during I acts that came to us at the tme.
bmsion, Air Force Systems .i.is the recent loss of our beloved': of our recent bereavement.
.. Mrs. Mary N. Harrison Christmas shopping in September
Commandvashington, D. l... lie ",. .t>. .. :'; ,. .':. It's a good way to forget husband and father. For the beautiful I (signed) The Family of !
is enroute to hgun Air Force 4 ': .: I floral offerings, food, visits: j I Ii W. D. Lynn
i t i. .:-\ Home Demonstration Agent about the weather. And it'sa i
.x cards and are ___ ___ __ ,
base to participate in the joint ,, ,<1 ... good time to find sale prices on prayers, we deeply
ry' Lr- ; ,:jliI
r Civilian Orientation Conlerencc, / 1y i ; II; : household linens, swimwear and grateful i f j
an annual display of U. :i.: Air y.SM ?":'". beach accessories sports shirts, May the Lord richly reward: : ASKINSLAUNDROMAT

Force Power wnich is climaxed ,t I For the first time since nylon: made, but manufacture are advertising summer jewelry and handbags, each of you in a special way as''

by an aerial Jirepower demon. came into use in 1938, a new the new stockings as and many other articles for gifts you continue to minister for Him
stration all the varied : I
S I fiber threatens to take a big "snag proof". for family and friends. through your kind deeds to thosein ,
aircralt the USAF
in inventory bite out of the fashion hosiery The real test of I
delivering ordnance on realist.ctargets any product, sorrow. Coin OperatedDry
located on Eglin's Kange A lOO. IE IBER GOAL for the Fernandina Beach Golf I market. however, is extensive consumer Parents expect students to (signed) The family of '.

5:. Cot Hopkinson is a veteran Association has been reached and Burns Bailey, member. I The new fiber, polypropylene, usage. I study and learn during school. Joseph C. l'arrish.I I Cleaning

of 23 gears service, including ship chairman (center) hands Ken Forehand his membership : was recently introduced in thei The new fabric is also sup To help these students, an adequate Music While You Wait

tours in the Pacific in Worm card, marked with that number. Looking on at right i stocking market of leading cities. posed to insure perfect fit, even home study area should be "A nickel goes a long way !

War II, the Korean War, and !! was Rudy York, treasurer, who issued the card.Woman's I I widely The new available hosiery! in will the fall.be more The after repeated washings. I I provided. This may be a desk or these days. You can carry ore Mrs. Kathryn AbelsAttendant
two years as Armament Advisorto a table, where there is adequate for weeks without finding any. I
the Turkish Air Force. (Col. stockings are currently being Remember do not use chlorine light. The room should be weal thing it will buy." John W. I 515 South Eighth Street
Club Entertains Faculties made in only two shades
and Mrs. Hopkinson and their a bleaches such as Clorox on wash lighted. Also there should be a Moore, Plains (Tex.) Record. '
medium beige and light beige. ., ,
four a and -- -- -- -- -
daughters reside in Clinlon, wear fabrics. The chlorine reading lamp that provides diffused -
Maryland.Fire And Officials At Reception Sunday They cost about $1.50 a pair. retention of the finish will cause I light from the left side of

I You may recognize the name the fabric to turn butter yellow- I the student. Poor lighting causes WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY
Chief and Mrs. Hoyt Lcf- "polypropylene." It's a thermop Use a perborate bleach on these fatigue and often contributes to
ton will leave Sunday for Kochis-; The faculty members of the! lastic made from WAAS DRUG STORESUBURBAN :,
fabrics. Careful
I I I Another freshman at Georgia propylene gas reading of the poor work.. The study center need
ter, Minn., where he will enter Fernandina Beach Elementary.." Southern this will I obtained from petroleum. It is label will tell you which kind of not be elaborate or expensive,
Mayo Clinic for observation. )lr. Junior and Senior College year PROPANEA.
I High High used in molded plastic furniture, bleach have. As bleaches
be Miss Susan Bailey, daughterof you new for all homes have a desk: or
Lofton had surgery in Gainesville Schools, were honored at are.! I luggage dinnerware od the market check
I Mr. and Mrs. Burns Bailey. carpeting; come table. The placement is import S. ALLAN'S ., .
for an injury sustained while answering :ception Sunday afternoon, Sept.
I Susan will leave this weekend for electrical appliances, automoth'eparts them before using.If ant. Also when studying extended
a lire call. His failure to 18th given by the Woman's Club Statesboro. J and packaging film for tests have proved that PRESENT
)r I recover completely after the surgery from three-thirty until five baked goods!
students do concentrate
I you have several windowsin not as UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA FOOTBALLON
has promoted the visit to o'clock.
Mary Ellen Harvey, daughterof Polypropylene. stockings are one room, rotate the curtains well with radio or tv on-
Mayo. __. I Mrs. J. C. Bennett, Jr., president i. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Harvey expected to provide extreme so that one pair is not always WPAP

t Tommy Hall, Jr., has left fur of the Woman's Club; Mrs.. 'I will be among those leaving sheerness, a slky feel and four hung at the sunniest window. TAKE CARE WHEN changing BEGINNING SEPT. 11, 196;], AT 12:15 I'.M.
Madison, Florida, where he will F. L. Jones, chairman of Philanthropic this weekend for college. Mary I times as much snag resistanceas fuses in the home. Stand on
attend North Florida Junior Col! Department; Mrs. J. S.I Ellen will attend Andrew Collegein regular nylon fiber. So far, Foam-backed plastic place mat a dry board and change the fuses Florida Gators vs Ga. Tech Yellow Jackets

lege. Tommy is: a 1UG3: graduate Stevens, Educational Chairman; : Cuthbert, Ga. no "runless"! claims have been in white or neutral colors double only with dry hands.

ol Fernandma Beach High School. Superintendent John T Weisner; --------,-- _-._-'--- --- ----- ---_-_--_-_-_-__ _-._- ,__ _= -J... __ ____ -
: Mrs. Ross Libby Elementary ...
Miss Joan Williams and Miss School principal; Emerson Fizer, i iI ;. '.' .
Theda 'Ann Evans have returned I j I Junior High principal; and Bob N '....
io their jobs in Tallahassee alter Stover, assistant principal of ihe -
visiting here with the formers Senior High School, formed the : Ar ; : : :\.

parents, air and Mrs. John D. receiving line. | ENJOY IT I NOW I

Williams. Pink and white flower arrangements i
attractively displayed -
were ,
Miss Helen McMonagle, daughter
throughout the building. Mrs. ,
of Mrs. Irene AlOioiugle, returned I
home last week from Atlanta i|i G. T. Davis and Mrs. S. E. Stew. INSTANT CREDIT
,: art presided at the punch table !
L,: I here she was employed : Mrs. Areld Sether, Mrs. II. D.I II i' t>JfiT, >1 :14. r Y Yy' v% .
rjI i t during the summer. Wuile in Johnson and Mrs. F. L- Cook I Ii y .
i I |
Atlanta she stayed with her uncle I Ii '
1 i i were school hostess. Mrs. L. E. | P'S Y LATER !
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. I
Sellers Mrs. C. G. Hahn, Mrs. I : '
Moore. Helen will leave next i j i
I. W. E. Hurlbert, Sr., Mrs. KathIlcen o
week for LaGrange College !
toj I Gentry, Mrs P. C- Stewart, $ '-
begin studies i t t.;
as a sophomore. "
: ; .:
I Mrs. W. C. Owens, Mrs. R. N.

Mrs. Agnes Kear and Ralph: Alday, and Mrs. Walter Preston, ': .

Kear, Jr. returned last Saturday I were serving hostesses. I .'
after spending the summer at jl: "The Woman's Club hopes toI I

Mrs. Kear's home in Yorktown "Strengthen the Arm of Liberty"by

Heights, N. Y. extending a helping hand to

j Friends of Mr. and Mrs. James these teachers and school officials 5 s4p :lvppv Jv ., 'p "
i j. A. Heard will be glad to hear that in this community. Our
his mother, Mrs. J. A. Beard, Sr. I schools hold the keys to the Fer-

is reported resting satisfactorily nandina Beach of to-morrow-oar

after undergoing major surgery I II children," Mrs. Bennett said. I

at St. Vincents Hospital on Monday "Our campaign to fight illitti-I

acy, our concern about the drop-
out situation and our interest in1 I
(I i Pie Jeanette C. Beard. a mem-i scholarships must be reached News-Leader Paolo : f

ben of the 14th Womens Army through education. Citizenship is S \.

II' Corp Band, left Ft. McClellan, ,, an individual job. With our inter. 2 PIECE SOFA BED SUITE .' '/
Alabama Wednesday for a ni.1II \: : b
education perpetuate::
in ,
day tour of Tennessee, Kentucky, I America's heritage," Mrs.' Bennett : _
Missouri, and Kansas. The tour I concluded, speaking in behalf 0 MATCHING[ LOUNGE CHAIR WITH FOAM RUBBER CUSHION '.,, is being made to acquaint th- I of the Woman's Club. a UPHOLSTERED IN HIGH PILE RAYON-NLYON FRIEZE[ .;. '., .: 1:" ,. .
I: public with 'the Womens Army I I It I, .. "
Corp, and all concerts will be
f t given for civilians. I College Bound I II I

Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Haddock I
had as their house guests last Classes begin Monday at LaGrange .

week Miss Haddock's niece, Miss College and among those::
Barbara Ann Campbell, and 'who will begin their freshmanyear

l! friend, Miss Lauice Cook, of are, Miss Elaine Smith. ;

,; Covington, Ga. ( daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Smith;
'I Miss Susan Butler, daughter of J
!I Smith and his mother, >
Darwin Mr. and Mrs. Gordon T. Butler; r
'I Mrs. Ellis Crews, and young Terry Peterson, son of Mr. and

daughter Vanls, visited relatives Mrs. Hydie Peterson Sr.; Charles + A i
in Augusta, Ga. this past week- Corbett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ex. ,
end. While there Vanis was admitted ; teen Corbett; Donald Brazell, son

to the University Hospital :, of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Bra : .:, iiii.a: '
for approximately three weeks, I zell; and Miss Judi Hitchcock, I -
for observation and treatment. daughter of Mr and Mrs. George i== T:
l II ).tt,. 0. W. Hurlbert, Jr., of Hitchcock. Ted Hitchcock, wl.J
Orlando arrived today to spend : will be a sophomore this yc..r, -'" \4\\

the ''weekend with her niece, Mrs- will leave Sunday with his sister; I---------- :

Shiell Sheffield, and family. I to resume studies at LaGrange. \ !
I w k Via:4'
\ I Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Justice and I The Malone twins, Patsy and i -

I children, Cindy and Eddie, le- Peggy, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. ': v S
turned Monday from a thr e. J. L Malone, have left to enter' .

week trip to California and their respective colleges. Patsy is ONLY $2.00 DOWN
Florida State in
points of interest through the a sophomore I :
Tallahassee and Peggy is attending I
accompanied by
I West. They were
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her sister Mrs. Frank Rice of I Maryville College.Maryville,
'f Ft. Payne, Ala., on the 6500 mile i I Ga. I '
trip. Their trip included visits :o Also attending Florida State .- :

!it the Painted Desert, Death Valley Carlsbad I this year as a freshman is Miss!! 0 6-DRAWER DOUBLE DRESSER, WITH TILTING LANDSCAPE MIRROR i ...
Mt Whitney, Disneyland, I Lucy Dyal, daughter of Mrs Q. A. '
Dyal, and Steve Thomas, son of h
Vegas, Hollywood and Beverly ]i Mr. and Mrs. David Thomas. I O I FINISH.
Hills: Marineland of The Pacific, j
etc. Enroute West they visited': Don Caldwell, son of Mr. and "

relatives in Houston and Wichita' Mrs. Ray Caldwell, is taking iiis 'T :'i
i Falls Texas On their return : junior year at Jacksonville Uu- '.
they stopped in Birmingham: fora versity. .., : j' .A/
short visit. ( ; ; jf
S Miss Kathy Walters daughter: t' J 'r -S 4
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of Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Walters, ,. .
Jr. Hi-Elcmcntar Y has begun her freshman year at .r I 1 7k '

Montreat College Montreal, N. C. -.

l Georgia Southern College in 0'i l1..

Sept. 16-20 I Statesboro, Ga. will have Miss .

Monday: Spaghetti w/ Marcia Peacock, daughter of Mr. p / % .

ground beef, and tomato sauce,I and Mrs. J. C. Peacock, and Ken or...;,. .
Lawhorne, of Mr. and Mrs. '
buttered spinach, celery sticks son I a.. : :
tolls: ''and butter, peach halves, W. A. tawhorne, enrolled ..s '
yvy! I 3
orange juice. I freshmen this year. ,.e .

Tuesday: lIamVI green Mrs. Linda EdenfielJ Greene 1*;;;>

beans and potatoes, tossed salad left Wednesday for Tallahassee .r a< ;J.... 5 .. "- #

cornbread and butter, apple pie where she will resume studies at J/ :
w' cheese wedge orange: ju ct.,. ; Florida State University L 4 d : ;

Wednesday: Bar-b-cue pork : .
on buttered bun, field peas \r/ !' Leaving Sunday to begin stu- ,
I snaps: cole slaw Julio w/ fruit d'es as freshmen at ValdcsU! s

t spiced cake orange juice. I State College, Valdosta, Ga., are S
Miss Sharon Hall daughter of -
Meat loaf mashed .
Thursday: ,
Mr. and Mrs. I. W, Hall, and Mays
potatoes succotash, Varrot and
Judy Hear daughter of Mr. and M A HER
f green pepper curls, rolls and but-
Mrs. Ralph
I ..' ten 'pineapple chunks, orange News-Leader Photo

juice.Friday: Grilled Cheese sandwich j j I Miss Mrs. Judy Hale Sheffield Sheffield,daughterof leaves 8 PIECE DINING ROOM GROUP "

sliced tomatoes green peas, Sunday to begin freshman year ; ;., ;OF FERNAlNbilllA?
mixed fruit salad assorted cook :studies at Andrew College in1' :.
ies, orange juice. 'Cuthbert, Ga. Perfect for Any Dining Room Decor Choice of Colors ) 13333BF

PAUL REVERE HANDIWORK James Rylant, son of Mr. arid!
contains Tare :Mrs. J. F- Rylant and Jimmy {
Blair House Chippendale ,
I chairs, fine *Aubusson !hear, left several days ago for 1

j carpets and candlestands wrought J Raleigh, N. C., to attend North -- COMPARTMENT. -- - _. ,- --
b; filveruaith Paul Ktvere. I arolina State Cellee..u .
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ti Page' Four New Beader .Fenwndina Beach Florida Thursday September 12 ..1963J -, ----
V\iss\ Patsy Jones 1 a lslana m It i Mrs., Jean*. Cover, I,: Club _

J I i Illustrated Story Edna Davis CircleMeetsMonday McGee Fenne 'V/fiddi/ Solemnized =etes Mrs O'Rourket Lawrence ChiTdree' : : To\ Meet Mo cr a Y ;

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\ Cherub, Shower WedAugusf i fl r
1 Is Program For With: i iMrs. The Hibiscus Garden Club- will
met Monday* Sept. 16,. at 8 p.m..
'' Audrey Cowley Circle; Mrs. Stuarf DavisMrs. Mrs. Ray d'Ronrke was de- : Jean Cover .and Lawrence at the' hornof.. Mrsj- 1J,, (.or-
ightfully enterta'"nedl at a "che- Marvin Children, of Brun>- bett. -

A .... MI"tJ." Hugh Stone Jr. was hos- Stuart Davis was hosies.: V ub" shower on September 5' in Wick, Georgia., were united irf All members are urged to at- j
{eW"to the Audrey Cowley Cir to the Edna Davis Circle of ilc he Conference'! Room at the Rec- marriage' Surtday afternoon, AiS- tend.
) ele Wednesday morning at l.er l mortal Methodist Church at he eation Center. Miss Patsy Jot cs 'gUsU 11,. Woodbine: ;, Georgia i f

home Home Monday afternoon Prio; I vas hostess for the affair. The' ceremony was-! performedat"

Mrs. J. C. Mottayaw, circle to the meeting she served refreshments al Each guest was pinned with a two1 o'clock by. Judge David Stork Club
if 'chairman, presided over the to" the twelve members l_ a niniature diaper upon arrival Proctor.
/ meeting. It, was reported that the present- ad and Mrs. Willie Earl Rowland re- ?, Attending the couple wereJohni
needs for a seven year old gir Mrs; J. B.; Thompson} presiding Dy eived the prize for the "lucky" C Mr. and' Mrs. Hilton L- Kitchens --
arid Duff Cover of
had been met and it was voted 'n the' absence of Mrs, W. W Taper.; Mrs. Hollis Ray won son the proudly announce the, :

to g ve' 2.20 for Tag Book for Stewart, Jr., opend the meeting 'Stork" Bingo. bride. birth of a- son, Hilton, Jr.,. onSaturday -
school use. vith'' prayer. Mrs. T. W. Brown I|I The refreshment table, over ,- September 7,. at Baptist -
..-.A.thank you note was rea"TfdSn'Mrs. Gave the Spiritual Life program I aid with white linen cloth, was > Bridge Luncheon Memorial Hospital. The little t

.. Joe Parrish a mcai-- titled, "How To Handle Our, I lecorated with miniature; pasteJ Benefit Set By lad weighed' 7 lbs. 12 OK.
bee..of the circle- Disappointments. The Mission iiapers and fern. Individual # I
and R. Bunch
I Mr. Mrs. Stanley
A try Education was presented Ly akes" embossed with baby: boo Catholic Circle II
fifth'Monday rally is sche&oled
Mrs. R: B. Lockwood; using' fl! tees were served with nuts, mints .. I are happy to: announce ,the arrival
for September 30 at top ,
"", 'ier subject, "Cuban Refugees in ind iced dink ,, 'f'f,. ': A, bridge-luncheon benefit of. a. song David' Stanley, on
.l1uJth'and the offering will r ., > .
gt 'Miami." 'j t sponsored by Our Lady' of Lour- .
to Christian Education. The honoree'received a showerof August 29 at' Baptist Memorial'Hospital. :
It was announced a covered i in basket adorned Miss Elna Hardee, daughter, des Circle of St. Michael's Catn- ,
"' gifts a pink I Master Banch wvighoJS
,,;/Mrs, J, J. Klarer completed I. iish-! luncheon will be served it 1- )>f' 1z 1- with tiny diapers and pink and ;; of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Harden, olio Church- will be held f..i
,the study of "The Life of AnnK- Ibs. 14.ozs.
I Tuesday, September 17, from
2:30 on September 23, preceding blue bows. Sr. of Morgan City; La., reigned
Armstrong.- Mrs. W. C. Owe( the W.S.C.S. meeting with Enjoying the affair with' Mrs. I. as Queen of the 1963 Shrimp 9:30 am. to 1:30 p.m. at tee Mr. and Mrs James L. Goiley
I 'was dressed in costume of th home of Mrs. A. B. Cook, Jr.,
he Mamie Mills Circle in charge Festival, in a spectacular cJe-
1888 a dark blue gom1 O'Rourke and her hostess were, are the proud; parents of a baby
year StreetReservations
.. Mrs. G. T. Butler will be chain 'bration in Morgan City during, 1523 Highland
Mrs. Douglas' Decker, Mrs. Bobj'I ,
dress, the tight fitting basqw I I ; daughter, Rene Annelle hornSeptember
}be.) made
in charge of the' J Labor Day weekend. Ernest Webster may by
I I White, Mrs. Richard Jones Mrs.t Memorial
.topped with an inch high lae! 4 at Humphreys
'The W.S.C.S. in Southern Asia.: I 1 Sr. King. phoning Mrs.' Cook, 2Bl.348i or
j Hollis Ray Mrs. Louvannan'1I : reigned as .
The little ladyweighed
binding. A box lined,with a pats* ; Mrs. Charles Hospital.
Long, 261-402(5(
t work quilt made by Mrs. Klar An approved Study Course I? I Page; Mrs. Willie Earl Rowland, i ij Their majesties and royal entourage no 6 lbs 10 oz a.
er's mother, was aljio on display o be held in Parish Hall on 0.ber <'- j Mrs. Charles Edwards Miss ,, were revealed at the i later 16. than Monday, September
.In*Miss Armstrong's days, cacti /. 1, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. ( Lynn Sheffield Mrs Lewis Car-J'i 'end of a colorful' pageant which A COAT OF SllELLAC on
"box packed for relief was lincc Mrs. R. E. Phinney will' be in penter and Mrs. Bob Carter. I II II'depicted I i iI the Louisiana' Purchase!, 'I II straw hat, bag or chair seat will;
Avitha quilt. 'har e' of the program "Chns- I I| i in keeping "with the 1963 festival I Try A Classified Ad prolong the: life of the straw.
Mrs. James Dunnam and Mrs ian Issues in Southern -" (:t Methodist Circle I theme, "Lovely Louisiana." More u_ __ ___
The next circle meeting will be '! I than 95 units participated in the
,, ,:Ya.pzant were guests..
it Mrs. Stone served delicious refreshments ield October 14 at the home of Meets September 1 10 I mammouth parade Sunday after-

to the ten member. '.Irs. J. B. Thompson. w With Mrs. Flood noon. : han Thete'Phone
I of Mrs.
The granddaughter
and ,three visitors pi a enb I, I : :
Mrs. Dunnamdismissed, tklfc. } "The human race must be get- The Edith Flood Circle of Memorial Edna Weimer and Mrs. John

meeting with pu.c.t-: ing stronger. A few years ago MRS. CHARLES HOBBS FENNELL, III I Methodist Church met at Hardee Sr., Queen Elna is well 261-4849 C. E. Beach; Mjr.
known in Fernandina Beach having ,
t took a strong man to carry Id(
the home of Mrs. Edith Flood on : I SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MATINEES 2:30 ;
I LINE THE VEGETABLE 'ucks worth of groceries home. I visited here every summer
Memorial Methodist Church i I gladioli and chrysanthemums wec I September 10. '
drawer of the with Vow, six-year-old can do it." I I since childhood. NIGHT SHOWS START 7:30': {) :
refrigerator any ]provided a beautiful candlelightsetting ;: placed at vantage points through- The meeting was called to order It II I
paper towel The r will, absorb -- Russ Metz Owingsville (Ky.) I : Saturday September 7,,, i,out the reception rooms. by the chairman Mrs. W. 1..1 j ONE COMPLETE SHOW :
the excess moisture". 3ath County News-Outlook" ;when Miss Caroline Jane McGee,, I Mrs. D. C. Land, assisted by I Lay, who welcomed the one guesl Baptism SundayAt 1
------ --- :. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William 'I Miss Beth Sayler cut the cai-e.1 and 13 members present. She!! I St. Peter's For FRIDAY & SATURDAY
B- McGee became the bride Miss Shirley McKendree sc>peJ.1 then presented Mrs. L A. Phelps, .
of Charles Hobbs Fennell, III. I Mrs. Pamela Dundan presidedat in charge of the devotions who Master NortonMaster One Showing Friday 7:.0 Saturday 2:30 & 7:30 .

r OPEN Parents of the bridegroom ere the punch bowl and Mrs. read the, "Diary of a Bible." I "SHOWDOWN"Audie
j( Uti Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hobbs Fen James Griffin kept the brides Richard Alan Norton,
rJ y r/'R nell Jr. of Gadsden, Alabama.The I book. During the business session, I infant son of Lt. and Mrs. J. C. I :Murphy\
6 a.m. 'til1 1 a.m. plans were made for future activities : Norton of Norfolk, Va, and ,
I o
t Rev. Nelson P. Moyer, For their wedding trip to of the circle.
I\)I IAI.'fl' : ,\.,_ J pastor, performed the double bama, Mrs. Fennell chose a Alt.-j I Following a report on the I! Wood grandson will of be Mr.baptised and Mrs.Sunday RalpL, ;,;, One Showing Friday 9:04: Saturday 4:Ot, & 9:04: '

t ring ceremony at seven o'clock. of yellow silk linen "Protestant Opportunity in South I IAmerica" "FBI
? I Curb Service! September 15, at the morning
ed with a printed overblouse. !
Nuptial music was furnished by by Mrs. Don Brown, i service at St. Peter's Episcopal
Mrs. Ruth Conner at the organ. She wore the orchid corsage i j the group was dismissed with the : Church. Stewart TECHNICOLOR Vera- Miles
f l II I I7tIJ Carry OutService Claude Haddock soloist sang from her wedding bouquet. ',. j benediction. I Godfathers will be Lt. John j I I I
'. -I "0 Promise Me" and softly as Upon their return the couple i, The October meeting will beheld Hamlet of Jacksonville, and Cap !i SUNDAY & MONDAY J
\ the benediction, "The Lord's will be at home at 217 North 3rd ] at the home of Mrs. John'! Wood Richard's uncle. {I Sunday 2:30 & 7:30 Monday 7:30
It ; ..,i' Praer." St. Mr. Fennell is with the U. S I Pozega- Godmother will be Mrs. John I
serving aboard the Aircraft "DR. NO"James t
m, IY ) The altar was beautifully decorated Navy Hamlet.
1\''":" i-. ;r>43u' Phone 261.9093 with' floor baskets cf Carrier Shangri-La. Annie Brown Circle Out of town guests who will 'i Bond TECHNICOLOR C CU (
white gladioli and'' chrysanthemums -i Out of town guests were, Mr. be here for the day to attend the ,

MEET ME AT THE BILLY T spiraled with palms, and. and Mrs. James T. Duncan and Meets I In September service are, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Sunday 4:36 &. 9:::16 Monday 9:36'i: I
,. .. flanked' with candelabra holding I son of Miami, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. With Mrs. Hanna Norton of Jacksonville paternal! t
,, "lighted Cathedral tapers. The altar I Dillhyon and two sons of Jacksonville ;;, grandparents, Lt. and Mrs. Hamlet i "THE UGLY AMERICANI'
.. table held an arrangement cf Mrs. H. J. Sherman, Ii j! The September meeting of the and two children, Mr. anti : Marion Brando TECHNICOLOR f fDRIVEN'
Working Men's ]/2 Fried Chicken gladioli and mums with lighted'j' Mr. and Mrs. Charles H.; Fpn. ,'Annie, Brown Circle was held at I Mrs. Jerry Sapp and son, of !r
tapers on each side. Church windows nell, Jr., and Miss' Jean Dee' Fen-I IJ |the home of Mrs. Howard Hanna. Charleston, S. C., Mrs. Dan Imbs i .
; PLATE LUNCH were banked with palm J nell, Gadsden,. Ala, Mr. and Mrs. i| The chairman, Mrs. Fred. Lt. Noi'ton's sister and twin Infants /

: $1.25Frencto i fronds and greenery centered T. T. Hicks and sons of B'rm-jj welcomed the twelve members ;, of Jacksonville. ._ ,
I I -
with ingham Ala., and Ensign Fal'h'
90c a lighted taper. present.
t t .w,: Fries and Salad I Family pews were marked with Henry Jones of Atlanta Ga. The Missionary Education was i'j'i Saturday '7:30

I ''p ... *' Choose From', 3 Meats ,large, white satin bows. given by Miss Pat Hollis. The l '"
.' Z IT'Ch cose From 4 re?eBarbecue Beef or Mrs. LL.. Hicks, sister of the Mamie Mills I Circle subject .was "Hope Saves F.nh Cooper's Laundry > -f .IIDR.'/ ro"r..V i }
I -, Salad bride matron of honor and Chau" a story about Project i .. l' ,
tables was Meets Monday With I 9:36- ,
= 7- Ice Tea Coffee Pork SandwichesBILLY I chose a street length dress of Hope. Coin-Operated irSUNDAY Ii '
fI I .. gold lustre satin peau designedwith Mrs. J W. HiersThe I The secretary's report was I ; 'THE UGLY AMERJC AN
I a scooped neckline tiny given and eleven visits were reported. Laundry and Dry I ICleaning' 0

4 r South 8th I capped sleeves and bell skirt. Her Mamie Mills Circle of ilie-I-II | /;" .'
E E T DRIVE IN pillbox hat of matching satin Woman's Society! of Christian .' The WSCS will meet on Sep- I I' '- 7:30 "*'
j Street I peau was complemented with a Service, met September 9 at 3' *tember 23 at 12:30 for a covered Mrs. Doris Howard "SHOWDOWN"
w- I circular veil of matching tulle. p.m. at the home of Mrs. J. W. dish luncheon. On October fist, I .

-. --- -- She wore gold satin slippers and Hiers. There were twelve mem- a study on Southern Asia will Manager 9:04:
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,. .. arried a large bouquet of gold bers present and two guests Ml's. I be given by Mrs. R. E- Phinneio'l 14th & Beech Streets j "FBI I STORY"
; Fuji mums and chrysanthemums Janious and Mrs. Ben Dickens The meeting was :
a' half-skel leaves and W, S. C. S. Mrs. Ma- ) with sat president.
interspersed ribbons.n co-hostess. .-_ _u-_ ---_ ___________________ ____ _.__ __ _
net held with gold mie Mills was ]

71 Mrs. Pamela Duncan also sister Mrs. W. H. Russell Spiritual !
of the bride was bridesmat-. Life Chairman, selected a short I
i"\\' t,. ron. Bridesmaids were Miss Shirley story, "Answered Prayer," and'a GRAND ;
IC.. r, McKendree and Miss Beth poem, "For Answered Prayer", ': OPENING HALF PRICE' SALE
Sayler. Their dresses were math for the devotional. All members''

... identical to the maid of honors, were asked to join in the Fellowship -j
\ : only in brocaded gold lustre sat- of Prayer and prayer
5"n peau. They wore matching pledge cards were signed. Members I Hi HI Fashion Department Store
j headpieces! and slippers and carried reported having made 16
bouquets identical to the visits and it was announced that ;
maid of, honors. one member, Mrs. E. R. Willis: ,
112 Atlantic Avenue Former Location of Ednaraes
.Charles. ,.Hobbs Fennell. Jr. was ill ,
:i .i ., *e 4"d 1 1' 's,=.1 estiiuan ifor. his sell., .Mr*,: Hjets. .., :; .cpcle I. ch;r,irmanannounced ,
R: gY'w U, iers were, 'Curtis 'V; ;;'Smith.' ',:that the circle would -HiGHQUAiJYh'Mffi r HIGH PRICED MEN'S LADIES AND
jr 'lames L. Griffin and James ,I- hostess ,
be for the covered dish
liams. 'II

I '. ( ; ,Given the bride in marriage was never by her lovelier fathr luncheon Meeting on preceding September the 23.General All CHILDREN'S WEAR FOR} 3 0 % L E S S j''

han in her floor length weddirg: members were urged to attend
own of antique ivory lustre satin the luncheon and meeting which

,I 4 d ; overlaid with hand-clipped will begin at 12:30 p.m. Mrs. G. THAN ANY STORE OR MAIL ORDER CATALOGUE OR RETURN YOUR I''
4j j Chantilly lace. The fitted bodice T. Butler will be in charge cf ,
was designed with a Sabrina the program "The Woman's So-
t. Y neckline and long tapered sleeves ciety of Christian Service in PURCHASE FOR FULL CASH REFUND

: w yfi ending in lily points at the wrist Southern Asia."
'I t; Her detachable Chapel train of Mrs. Dickens announced that
y y; : lace overlaid the modified all the District Education Seminar NEW SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED I NEW SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED
If skirt from the back waistline' would be held at the Jacksonville Famous BrandChildren's
Her bouffant veil of imported Beach Methodist Church on Stp
tI silk illusion was caught to a cap tember 11 and that a Leadership: Black Canvas Oxfords, White ELECTRIC BLANKETS 72x84
I Ir .i of antique satin designed as a Training Day will be held at the I
Rubber Sole Size 121/2 3
'arge, single rose. She carried a I Riverside Methodist Church oa Double Bed Size Finest Automatic
white Bible covered with a casCade September 25. WHILE THEY LAST I Quality,

i of white Fuji mums centeredwith' wee The first Study Course of tile I Single Control, Non Alergic, Moth

two white orchids held year will be presented on Tuesday NEW SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED Proof Light Weight Machine Washable '
with -
long' satin streamers October-, from 10 a.m. to ,
J white pompons. Her only ornament 2 p.m. The subject will be: Ladies Black, Leather Flats I
was a single strand of "Christian Issues in Southern Safety Thermostat

,earls Asia" with Mrs. R. E. Phinney No Heel, Polymeric Outer YEAR
i"" I Immediately following tlit is chairman. The nursery will Sale Size 6 to 10 $198. ,
ali" ceremony, a reception was hed! be open and luncheon will be '
I ,. it the' home of Mr. and Mrs. D served at a nominal charge. REG. $3.98 NOW Re $l8 9S NOW' -
j. .
: C. Land;. uncle and aunt of the Members were reminded. that $998'NEW

t. bridegroom.' the Circle will meet at 3, p.m., SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED
Mrs. McGee chose for her rather than 3:30, for the rest ''of .
,- laughter's wedding a dress o! the year. The October meeting CRAVANETTE TREATED COATS,
JlMtl clltll ti1f navy blue satin back crepe worr will be held in the home of Mrs. BETTER COATS, SWEATERS, JACKETS, CAR
with matching hat and slippersHer : Mary Ament, with Mrs. jD. 0 Olive Brown Off White i
corsage was of pink rose Oxley as co-hostess. .. Beige, COATS, HOODED JACKETS AND WINTER TOGS

town or travel bound: ? Martha Manning's fig- buds.Mrs. Mrs. R. E. Phinney, Miss! n- and Green Sizes 5 to 18 .$8! 98. INCLUDING SNOW SUITS AVAILABLE IN THIS

i ure-flattering double knit suit goes forth with a Fennell,. mother of Iw \ry Education Chairman, discujpsd REG NOW HALF-PRTCE SALE. .
4 classice air! Cordigan jacket is bound in two tone bridegroom, chose a sheath of articles concerning the Vonfen : $14.95 .

braid, self-buttoned. Zefkrome (R) acrylic with champagne silk. She wore c and children in_ our Missionarywork ,v

the look of worsted in black or blue. Sizes 14/ to matching hat of with Talisman mink rosebuds trim and a corsage with the Cuban refugees |n ili-
24'A The bride's table was overlaid Ticket, Saving Your Duplicate Far Instant Identification and Charge Account
white lair
' 1 $24.95 with cloth. a The handsome rectangular, three tier ami.The meeting was adjeuraed, Privileges. These Cash Sales Tickets; Determine Line of Credit To Be Extended
the circle benediction. V
bride's cake, outlined with seeJ with > Each Customer.
' pearls and topped with silver During the social hour follow

A. ALLAN'S wedding bells and lily-of-the-val- ing the meeting, refreshments .
:.1' ley, was encircled with garlandsof were served, and a' gift Presented I No Interest or Finance. Charges For: Purchases' On Our. Convenient

fern caught with white bridal to Mrs. Q. A. D"yaltc l; > I ...: Charge Accamts *
'l Atlantic.AveiweI flowers will soon be leaving Fern ndi&A .

' 'j', Lovely arrangements- of white Beach.. '. .. ._ .,
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Junior High-lighfs offering the services pj tJre Key t

The Hiah School Echoes. "
(Continued;from Page One)' Club.A
BY CAROLYN BREEDEN "", "Back to School" dance Wa'S I

I 'Hello! working fine in the halfback books, which resulted in inlld sponsored by the Junior( Class
Mary Faar, Mason Bean Lieutenants
111.Gar Jen Basket ; ; positions. BY NED TYSON Friday night at the Tecreaiioh
I'm Carolyn Breeden. Sinw Martha Partin, Mart 1 confusion. I 1
On the
defense s'de: the Riceboys Center. This class will spciwr
= = # Janice Sweatt is a freshman in Bean; Sergeants, Marsha Wood*]r' Well, it's that time again. Eight new teachers jo'ned the!
i' ,
ti Williams Roy Cox. most of the social events throunout ; -
.. BY JANE SCOFIELD I high school this year, I'll be writ and Robert Johnson. Mr. A, 1..: Beard School has been in session since j corps of F.B H.S. instructors
Jerry Chip Wood Curtis for raj emoney
the they niyst >
i ing the column. Powell is sponsor of the Piirolj September 3, and for the time I They are: Miss Linda Grigss, year
"McCorstey Sheffield
George the
are .
,,'. Some of our 'very good gardeners genies of storm and cold- I Most of the I Miss Myrtle Dixon, a nt\ some of the boys showing up being the majority of students; II Math; Mr. Arthur Craft, sophomore .

i prefer planting seeds of The mistake we cannot resis* I eighth grader,, teacher from Cairo, 'Georgia, -rut we1L at F.B.H.S. seem to be enjoying English; Mr. Tim Cock-" forou: ndt
teach seventh and '. tatfc< field, Math; Mr. Warren Hiott. Ill I have more
annuals in outdoor seed and others were surprised eighth themselves. I.
hardy making, we imagine II| Benner says tne team 'ij in f
beds, contending that they have feel the same way, is to attempt' to find they ha3 girl's physical education this year good shape, but preen. The hot On the openii; I Civics; Mrs. Mary Jane Uptcn' ', week.- -See you then. -" "..,
seven periods tnh Miss Lucile Sawyer, the librarian i 0-,} lay gathered !! Typing & Business Math; Mi. F '
better luck in producing sturdy, to keep too many plants and to : sreather has helped get them n we
t straight plants and they like to i; let them stay in the seed bed too' M t year instead of has many student assistant; good condition.The \ \l the auditorium Gary Upton, Driver Education;

wait until October 1st. to plart. long. If seedlings seem crowded six. Seventh period in the library this year. They are squad: "X', ," ":or a brief assembly. Mr. Danny Walker, Genera How Much'SocialvSecurity"
1 is study hat i Steve Anderson, Carolyn Breed The band i iaras Science: ; and Mrs. Ruth Eden
By that 'time the soil does not when they come up, do some initial Ends: Chip Wood, Mike Pikula ,
become overheatd in mid-day yetis thinning right away. When 4 The School Pa en, Karen Brewer, Mary Cook, Jack Barniak, Bll Miller, Joe on hand toii Field, Guidance 1
still warm enough to meet the little seedlings have two to.i. trol had a meet Barbara Duncan, Leroy DurcnCervera Thrift, Chuck Howard and Ray, '" 1 a y several) We also have 15 new students

(germination requirements. Of four leaves they can be transplanted i i i n g Wednesday Ferreira, Carol Goagh Rowland. t'1i' numbers, follow' which include, James Cowart, Yill You Collect

course the problem here is danger to plant bands, ferto pots ,x and received Marie Heape, Ann McLean, Karen 'Guards: Mike Rice, Roy Cox, Ken :; >d by Steve Bcc- Ted Gedeon, Sharon Ann Moycr,,

( of tropical storms with I or spaced further apart in an their badges and belts. The ner Peplow, Jane Philips, Vicky Forehand, Curtis McCorsley; (l" settStUdenta t )ii Margaret Ann Taylor, Judy |Enough to live comfortably ,during -
'heavy wind and 'rain. As protected other flat. A fork is a good officers this year are: Captains, Robas, Shirley Roland, Julie Ste Duane owland. 'ouncil: President I Drane, Maureen[ Pons, Gerald your retirement? A Metropolitan

a spot as possible shouldbe thing to use to transfer them. fans, Elaine Stnson, Mary Weine .:!- Centers: Alan Cover, Carl Anderson l.a-::: who wel'l( Dine Beaty, Alice Robinson, Sue Family Security Checkup

chosen and the soil should be Using a weak starter solution is Linda White, and Marsha Mike Fiala. come )ev one back to school, ;, Northey, Cathy Britton, Viva gives you the financial fact,

well supplied with humus. Ants a help. For this solution you can I the plants are put in. It is a Wood. Tackles: Butch Williams, George Mr. GougH: hen told the studerts Holloway, Don Pons, DonalJ 'then helps you plan for the 1\1-

and soil pests need discouraginc; use the packaged brands of high mighty good feeing to know Sheffield, Jerry Beard, Kirby what he,expected of us this )'e31. Currier, Judith Bonnet and Pat ture. A regular reviY ''91 your:

around the seed bed with generous -" analysis plant food diluted to I It' that well prepared beds are on Hendrix, Jim Yonnjj and David We were assigned home rooms, Fredrick.I financial health is as impor'ant!

applications of chlordane. It half the recommended strengthor I hand to receive plants that one Open Letter Osteen. and the rest of the week was I' would like to take this opportunity !jas your physical check-up. This

the runs across and buys while lie composed of collecting money'i: to welcome the new teachers copfjdontwlAnd
does not hurt the seed and t' you can dissolve two ounces Quarterbacks: Ned Tyson, Pee i service is strictly -
entire bed can be dusted after of 6- -G regular fertilizer in ore buying is good. To TeenagersTO Wee Nobles, Benny Alvarez. getting,acquainted, and issuing ,! :< and students to F.B.H.S. I there is no obligation except -

I planting. We have noticed that 'gallon of water. Procrastinationand Some seeds are best planted Halfbacks: Ray Rowe, Steve Bec .I.1 hope their acquaintance at the to those you lovefiWh; | ;; not

some of the ,growers of seedling! II young seedlings just don'tgo where the plants are to grow and kett, Tommy Clark, Richard school proves to be' happy and call me today?

use a modified told frame one together. They never recover I seem to suffer great shock even ALL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ; Schomas, Buck Bibb, Randy I fruitful. 1

with boards of even height on all from having been crowded tea I when transplanted with the utmost : Price and Barry Rice. Military Academy The football team has been MIKE

sides and not too high. For thee long, from being over-shaded, and care, although the transfer Are ready for an organized Fullbacks: Wayne Arnold, Beryl working hard since August 10, Z .
have fitted tops which can and bands the two true- you 'Their first game will be at Wood >
they from lack of water plant to plant at Teen Club? A Teen Club w.tb; Rice. Exams Announce!
'be used for protection in emer- food. leaf stage and later to the g.r- bine, Caon Sept. 20, against F1AU
I worthwhile programs and objectives I
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However you may grow your den has somewhat overcome the ; ? A Teen Club whose meetings Phone 26I&3): : )
I i' Club is another
MatthewsWashington The Key organization
However these items Loses
problem. By
County FightContinued
j seeds or even if you plan to buy off well when you will attend regularly? which has been busy FernandFih Beachbtr4opoiiran :
planted in
grow so t'I
I I the plants you can start now to the garden that other pio- One with rules of behavior and I ;On the first day of school, Key ;",1'' :Ji

prepare your flower beds.: These cedure seems any trouble principals you will help to de- ( from Page One) D. C., Sept. 12. I Clubbers issued notices to the I Life Insurance Co.
r t unnecessary determine, encourage and adhereto Eighth District Congressman, D. i i ," New York U, N. T.
r I beds need to be dug a foot deep, j freshmen and the new students ,
As it now stands, the questionis '' I
? (Billy) Matthews, today announced "
then add a layer of humus ma The lupine can well be planted what the electric 1 nelcomng: them to F.B.H.S. and I
j company that "examinationfor i
e Commission has an
The City ---- --- --
terial about four inches in thick. bloom and should I
where it is to ,
that the oncefamoushitc '
owns ) designation" to the various T
shown their faith in the Young : '
; ness and cut it in. Fertilizer added be in the fall it
j planted early as wav" will do to justify their Military Academies will be conducted
at the rate of one pound lorI requires at least three months to People by putting forth great in claims in the contract that has: on Saturday, November' ......,
every hundred square feet becomes bloom from seed. It is hardy and I effort the past two years ...
i a number of to run aid
II'd mathrna- meeting construction needs. Li years 9, 1903, for all young m'n'in the
somewhat a have its attractive
we should try to .
what the county's obligations a'lin
Eighth District making application
tical problem when accommodating spikes while the weather is addition to the added plumbing;
the matter. .
the formula to various shapes} still quite cool in the spring, facilities, record room, etc., they; to him for an Academy appointment .
\\1 1I I have completed roof ova The Commissioners discussed in 1964. .
and sizes of flower beds. Oi.e blooms deteriorating rapidly in now a
dance major requestof the subject of health insurancefor Matthews said the examination (4"1J\O .
the patio, a
( good gardener said she applied We heard \
I warm weather. complaints and Clerl. would be scheduled in several ( .
I I fertilizer like she did salt on last that yours, affording a new atmosphere
ear plants succumbed -
t ( 7 to challenge creative D. 0. Oxley was instructed to towns and cities in Florida, rrdIc I
r @ mstrong meat a generous sprinkling. to the cold, but we have ideas and talents to your develop prepare an advertisement calling urged all young men 'of his I III '
? only
: Quite a few gardeners use I wondered if these were not plants 40 S Allan's 5
inorganic' plant food materials and' your own setting and there'sthe ,: for proposals! from insurance II District seeking appointments to I /
which had been transplanted "
VINYL acoustitile project to finish. companies. Oxley stated that he immediately get in touch with
when preparing the bed, such a* not established before the
I ;. I manures, mill-organite and the cold strick. For us lupines have The Youth Committee of tli2 would insert; such a notice in the him so that arrangements can be ATLANTIC AVENUE 1

; FLOORS like plus bone meal and often I always been perfectly hardy. The Fernandina Beach Women's Cluo two county papers. made for them to participate in
Recreation Director arc Wingate said that he leeommending the examination."A .
I superphosphate, the theory being improved varieties have rugged I and the was -
to help reorganize the no passing signs on letter should be directed tofly
commercial fertilizers leach ready you
A vinyl floor tot that I ancestry, there being quits a
through our soils so rapidly that few wild lupines native in this \ Amelia Island Youth Organization State Hwy. 200 at 'O'Neal and on Washington office, 1320:
( .meet every taste if U. S. 17 at Terminal Paper Bag Longworth[ House Office Buill-!
the food is below the reach of the section, and the famous Texasbluebonnet you are.
and budget plant before it can use it, and is a lupine species. Are you willing to do you Co. as safety factors. He noted I, ing, advising which Academy the .a

that it is best to save commercial The yellow flowered variety is a part and make it a Teen Club tobe that double lines were now on I applicant wishes to apply for appointment -
of! Of time out North 14th Street, secondaryroad and indicating that
fertilizer for frequent applications However proud course a I
soil building legume. ,
1 Porter & Lovequist I around the plant as soon will be taken for entertainment, and asked the Commission .i he desires to take the -preliminary
it is good practice to use a special "
dances It's depends if had been placed there it examination, Matthews said. I
as it becomes established in the legume innoculation aid with etc. success they
Color Center bed. Whatever fertilizer is used, lupines. This powder is readily on you. IF you can answer YESto I their; request. I. "Those applicants who have need already 1-

8th St. At Five Points this bed is well raked and gently obtainable, and often lupine seed all the above and can bring When assured that such Wit submitted applications

I Phone 261-3068 1 watered, and then allowed to are offered for sale already ir- Club Spirit and Enthusiasm, jbu not the case, Wingate suggested i not write again""This .
examination "
mellow for several weeks before I noculated. Seed germinate in are invited to the first meetng: that; the State Road Department I November 13 ,) i
for election of officers and NOT for admission to the Academies
-- the
should contact
----T-rr about ten days. They will thrive ; proper
f tentative to launch an active coun-I but the results will ne
plans officials 'before
in either full sun or partial shaaebut ty enga .I
they like a soil on the moist [ Teen Club. Your Sponsors work in this area, since the county I utilized in making my ( I i ir
the classes
"f and Recreational Director will be on appointments for
/ \ side. I : had to foot the bills. I

Bells of transplant there to listen to all ideas. Wingate also revealed a building entering the Academies next .. __,
: Why Do So Many ,, t Ireland fton't PLEASE BE ON TIME so we for] year. Each applicant, if nomin: I t
well. Th y'are hardy plants code and licensing law later
home early. ated for an Academy, must :\ '- ,
: which take four months of good can get Nassau County was introduced i
: People/ Prefer ftGJ. }' I rowing to form those luscious TUESDAY SEPTEMBER in the House but that it failed vo i complete the proper tests application" Matthews .;4 i f ,r
Aud.tor. and take required ,
17th 7:30 Municipal
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green spikes of bells. We found clear ,the Senate floor.
ium. I explained. (
a clipping just the other day He also noted that 19fi3 leg'3- examination t
"This preliminary
THE ANSWER Mrs. Wood Sp0i13JfRepresentative
Ralph ,
I G Service? t..w saying that they germinated lation will cause the county to I I for designation will be conducted 11I1T'x
), IS 'SIMPLE:"; best in a warm temperature. Woman's Club Youth Committee lose $10GO expected from the i by the U. S. Civil Service Commission -

They are rather noted for being state in candidate qualifying and the purpose is to .
O ,
E.H ,,.. a little temperamental about fees. I in .
; :, Assistant assist Members of Congress
Don tD
Nanny !
/ :: ) germinating and often the little Wm. A. Rowe, of Callahan, a making their selections of applicants t
Director of Recreation.
I'E seedlings appear long after one former Commissioner, appeared :, to compete for Academy \

I has given up hope, although before the Board and complained I I vacancies allocated to their lei '-J ,. d

some of them come up fainy American Beach of road in that area and asked i i spective Districts; ," Matthews .. s

up quickly. The best bells we eVer the Board members to inspect 'i said. 41 g j

raised, and they were healthy them personally.The I I "The opportunity to attend cne 1lt ltJ \

.1 green giants, we planted during: : Safety Program Board reveled that it has: ] of the Nation's Military Academies -

the second half of September. hired John Pearce Stevens, a is well worth seeking by any

One of the main considerationsin Cuts: brownings Jacksonville architect, to draw young man who may wish to consider Shirtwaiated streamer strip

i' leans up @ to $600 raising bells of Ireland is to up plans and specifications for a career in the Armed Services es. Mr. Simon employs the

give them enough space in whichto the proposed county building at ," the Congressman sad silken softness of Dacron

grow. They branch profusely, The life-saving program at I, Yulee. Stevens will also act as Matthews indicated that any (R) polyester and rayon to
forming many spikes, so that the American Beach contributed largely I I Academy his
-:: O.A.C.PINANCCORPORATION inspector on the construction. His applicant for an appointment accomplish sweepy-skut-
I. average gardener is better off to the perfect record of no II total fee is $900. must contact him by ed shirter. ,A mainstay for

with a few plants that are superbly drownings compared to 5 last T. E. Austin, recently named'ublic I I October 1, 19C3, so the preliminary autumn's warmer days in
grown. We know from experience I year and 3 the year before. ThliCe [ Defender for this district, examination can be schedI early fall hues of desert gold,

AMOUNT PAYMENTS FOt that they can certainly saving program carried on i paid a visit to the Commission I uled. or stone grey. Sizes 10 to 20 J ,
YOU OfT : 24 MONTHS 20 MONTHS 11 MONTHS 12 MONTKfI smother other annuals planted jointly by Nassau County Recreation !land praised the members for I

f ..' $ 7.5.00. A .S 5.06. $ .5.47 S 7.5S- where they are.to bloom ana Commission and Sheriff their: enlightened view on the I: UNIQUE MATERIAL
I . too close Ito them; Plant Jlheiq Youngbloiid's office has available $17,95 ,
160.00 $ 9.49 10.79 11'.61' 16.11 H. ?1J inewly < cheated agency. Austin Boron nitride js the only -
425.00 24.86 28.35 30.69 2.50 thin early to the number of plants come up with a perfect record said the local cooperation in connection I' material that is readily ma-
; ,
l wanted, then keep them growing despite record crowds during the with an appropriation chinable, a good thermal conductor -
\ 600.00 34.39 I ::39.3" 2.66 59.3 with plenty of water and additions 1963) summer session. I was appreciated, especially in I I and an excellent electrical in,

Atlantic Avenue of fertilizer of high nitrc- Besides the perfect no drowning view of the attitude taken l> ; sulator. .
308 gen content, although if forcedtoo record, scores of first aid ; many in the state. -- '--''' --' J Ui .- ---- -- -

Fernandina leach,Florida much the texture of the beds cases were treated and order The Board put their stamp of i
becomes too coarse. If one runs maintained at the beach. I approval on the naming by the

Telephone 261-3681 into trouble with temperamental! I Tragedy, that accompanies 'Governor of Olin Mercer as a i ",

: Offict! Hour: Doily f-S; Wednesday I Sctordoy M2 germination, one can move the horse-play and venturing into deputy sheriff in this county in
plants when small by moving t dangerous areas was kept to a I fires. 'Meter
connection with forest .
I trowel size wedge of soil with minimum under the watchful is a ranged with the Florida'orest : Announcing. ;: :
I 1 4' '. them.Cropped eyes of trained life saving! per Service. .
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sonnel. Many pieces of life say
t ing and first-aid materials were I IIOMESCK COTTONPICKER "
purchased this year according tithe s I "

I r. I t. supervisor of the life-saving, : I know one thing ,.; ''-IL! The 'Name of L t I
I program at American Beach, Deputy That' a certain an' shore, r:,; ;: ,
Sheriff Curtis L. Telfair. They dont take '''poemsAt st-T '; r

I Financial support of the program I' the grocery store. .;;; : :1'

I: was furnished from the ; .: Steger's Thompson Drug 'Co.
I '10 o] s .
county general fund by Nassau If times git wuss .. {;I .
County 'Board of County Commissioners Like they did beforeI 'Ys.:,... .
i t", ". t ,
under an act passed I ain't gonna write 4n- .
I in the 19G3 State legislature No rhymes no more :1i. Ii Has Been Changed To' '

I "_' j Plans for more needed rescue I
I equipment is planned for the 'Cl I know one place 1

I' 111 be safe from harm,
' season. : '
,I'I 'Way down in Flordy i STEGER DRUG CO.
On the farm.

It! chooidayshoe'M Just gimme a hoe

( .-- An' a big straw hat.
I can chop that cotton -
.: 1-11-
I scatHerbert "
ONLY 'Fore you can say .
Keep your children in step with shoes of I II I Luke S ':\ "i:' 'Your ,Friendly Rexall Store'

t .: flotttov : ,the,finest CAN' ,
Jr craftsmanship, made >*',rtor"ot i YOU LIMERICK \ ; .
iih rinsed t>er> .
f > d vomp'ond E from quality I leather I with I correct care New 'highfisdchutko ; I v' -'., -- -
Senator .
boot per : Did you hear about :: r :A,
bother, r0 ; 1 in the latest detailing and design!! foroted deto.l; end Morse? .'. .: H HH ;

,- r.bber-heel- I/199 They say he was kicked by a ,
StitchedraTpwit h
.j '
l horse.It '

I ? '3-Itrttchy yeet! side tie gore end \ $2.99 'to $1.00 / fun fat with strop was lucky, they said, '?i.::: {s Prescriptions Tilled Promptly and Accurately'l

t ,49 grownkp! curvy cut end per FIRES That the hoof struck his head. r; :.;. '
... .. 4 99 r "
orated vomp. suffered .
The horse, they say, : : :
Yokel 4.99 much worse. t : :, .. Phone: :261-3251 1 : ::f

J : uouYi Herbert LukeTOLLEYBALL '" *'S-1' ?.
Atlantic Avenue

t t, Phone 2614241 r 'William G. Morgan, of Holyoke,: DRUGS SUNDRIES = TOILETRIES .l>'GIml.6

L.-. Mass., then physical director of
: __ the "YMCA in :that city, '''invented

...aa the game tf TOlteyball ''1895.

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Page Six News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursda, September 12, 1963 t. Hollis Ray RenamedMayor Ottis R. Bargeron received 33 ,
'rnitl0101QiQ.2lQ100 OJ 9jjj9JLO lO Om Committeemen For votes, D. R. Cook, 57, W. D- Cop
of Callahan ley, 56 and James M. Thomas, t
55. The three high men were declared ;.
213 Elected
Scout Troop ASC Are Voting was light in the Calia- elected for a 2-year term
FLORIDA Z j han city election Tuesday with ..,.. .
!vId News of theBOAT .
I Passes FormalUniform The results of the recent AbC only one race being contested. I Women of .Peter's annual
i county committee election an1 : Renamed without opposition Plan
Smorgasbord November
e- CLUBBY I A niDRnrnui AGDI announced by the Agricultural was Hollis Ray as Mayor, 1.. D.I now to attend} :
Inspection Stabilization and Conservation i Conner as Town Clerk and Tax :

Service County Office. Count Collector, and W. F. Conner as :
Boy Scout Troop 213 had i it:; I Edited ly SAMUEL PROCr Office Manager Myrtle Mikkelsen Treasurer.In t Trade At Home

-. CARSON McKENDREE formal uniform inspection Wednesday reports that 123 farmers and the case for Town Council:: ,
evening at the troop' I ranchers in the county voted in ----- --- -- ------
O O l O ffi o ooO O
home on Calhoun Street, passinj .- -, this year's annual balloting. Ii IiI
with a 95% average. Published by them that we cannot, get teams i U.I The men elected to the committee I II
tomorrow out Buster Moore has been busy
meeting ;
I The inspection was conducted FLORIDA CIVIL WAR haul The speculators interested which will take office October -
night "Friday 8 p.m., at the+ with the paint brush, and slowly I I
by Nassau District Commissions CENTENNIAL COMMISSION in the blockade are using these
Club House. Come on down and but surely, the Club House :staking I 1 and serve for a one year SAVE NOW !
Fred Townsend, in the present 208 Valencia Avenue, teams.
show your smiling face. We have on a new look. I period through September 3t,
of the troop's committe am Coral Gables 34, Florida Admiral Bailey that news,
several items on the agenda. to Between our Commodore, Kas- says / 1964 Dewitt Conner, chairman
heads of the sponsoring institu .Men and Food Are Needed" .
; and
private correspondents
discuss and also have Thomas, and Ray Lovequist papers I I
some ley
1 In letter Hilliard John J. Guynnvicechairman ,:
tions. September a to ;
are responsible for the -! 63 MODELCLOSEOUT
good news from the Nassau the new shingle job is 90% com
Recreation Commission I Our underground electric Present at the meeting weit: President Jefferson Davis, Gover prevailing in the North I Hilliard; Hairy
County pleted. Reverend Father W. J. Holme, nor Milton again points out the that there is a yellow fever epidemic 'L. member
With the football season coming service is in and we now have Vanzant, regular -
of StMichael's Catholii necessity of keeping enough white !
pastor He denies
up, this will probably be our last lights. A full report will be made I at Key West. Hilliard; Felix M. Sikes, first
Church and troop commits* 1 men at home to act as guards, this in a communication to Washington
meeting on Friday for the nxt : on receipts and expenditures Fri alternate Hilliard and William
chairman; Albert Blanchard,:,work the fields, superintend the and says that "not a single ;
dates will: .
two. mjjjnjhs. Meeting day night.Be president of the Holy1 Name Society + I slaves, and evacuate the Negro instance of yellow fever, orof D. Griffin, second alternate
be decided Friday nightA I there! the sponsoring" institution; population from the path of invading anything approaching to ii, The ASC county committee is lasserre Motor'Company
lot; of progress has been Mathias Fiala, institutional representative : armies. He says that the has made its appearance, eitherin responsible for local administia-
made on- the remodeling Job. We ; Whiting Richards ; Charles'' Nis&er, safety of the Confederacy de the town or harbor during the tion of national farm programs!
have started the add tron that' treasurer; C. Lipinski, member I pends on the exemption of overseers entire season, and the health ot dealing with production adjustment
will house our kitchen and other of the board of review, and! I for two reasons: "One, be the place is, in every respect, remarkably price support, conservation :
facilities"' This we hope to have Promoted By CAAMill Scoutmaster Ernest 'Valero; and cause without them the slaves; good." assistance, and special emergency -
before the month is"Wouldn't 24 Scouts. : will not labor in a manner to secure assigned I
completed September 7 Federal Tax type programs as : Your Ford Dealer Since 1910
subsistence for the armiesin
Junior leaders conducting the Commissioner L D. Stickney of by the Secretary of Agricul-
I Division Frank Harrison, the field, and two, because if and .I
meeting were Florida arrived today in Washington. ture Congress. I
I I leader Frank Fialn left without control of overseers I, '--- -. _____ n __ __ ._
CHICAGO, Sept. 6 A new senior patrol ; According to the papers his +
I 1 and Jack Ryals, assistant sesioi the result will be insubordination President Lin I II
al'gnment of responsibilities in there to petition II I
r insurrection.
>x.i the paper mill division of Container I patrol leaders. and coln "in the name of Florida's i I
/ Corporation of Americahas New members of the troop The Marion Light Artillery, loyal citizens to send a large mil
i been announced by F. S. will be enrolled Wednesday, Sep one of the best known of Florida's itary force into the state for the Ii C' RAGRACES >>

s Crysler, executive vie president tember 18, at the regular meeting military organizations, has joinedthe purpose of relieving the people i BUCCANEER
of the company. of the organization.' army at General Braxton there of Confederate rule, for the
William B. Whiting' vice prudent The troop will attend in a body, Bragg in North Georgia. Until re-establishment of a loyal judi-
and division general manager the Nassau District Court of very recently the company was cary; and a loyal legislature, and
r } IlT of cylinder mills in the east Honor on Monday,. September 16,,Ion post duty in East Tennessee. for sending of loyal representa i DRAGSTRIP
and midwest, and the eastern I at the Junior high school. All Florida Impressment Commissioners tions to the national Congress"
medium mill, will also have staff i I Scouts are urged to attend in have today set the price Stickney was appointed to lIb
sales: responsibility for all mitts! uniform. of first class artillery horses I'I Florida office by Lincoln in October
of Container Corporation. Whiting and mules at $700. The Floridianand I I 1862.September. i

will continue to headquarter Journal complains that thin I I 8 In a letter published l
in Philadelphia. is more than double prices in Virginia today in the Tallahassee
+ a state where animals art and Journal, Colonel W. I
William H. Richards, division FOLLOW THRU + Floridian !
of the west : + scarce. The Tallahassee paper S. Dilworth refuses to be a candidate
/ coast general mills manager and the midwest I + suggests that perhaps the Flor for Congress. He insists I SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 15
medium mills, will have the added I "' + ida officials are "giving in to the that "no position of honor, profit,, ,
it solve everything I
th'Y9oVI loch lid*a staff responsibility for manufacturing t'V'' greed of" speculators and extor or ease, shall call me away from I
for all CCA mills, except ) s sro tioners. the post of duty, when every man GATES OPEN 10:00 A.M. TIME TRIALS 12:00:
ballr'I the kraft mills at Brewton, '-...( Lieutenant Alston, who is pres- capable of bearing arms, is needed j
TOE B4 Ala., and Fernandna: Beach, Fu. : ently visiting in Tallahassee, reports to drive back the insolent in-
I Richards is headquartered in o<< that the man of his com- vader." Dilworth was a member I RACES 2:30: P.M.The .

Santa; Clara, Calif. mand, Kilcrease's Artillery, stationed of the State Convention voting in
I FLORIDA'S OLDEST Whiting and Richards will coordinate about eight miles from favor' of secession.

'AND MOST HISTORIC aimed toward line and development staff functions of future I I good Savannah spirits., are" "cheerful and in i Big Race Of The Year!

programs in the mill divis! The Florida Card Manufacturing -1 ASKINS

U7 ATtlNWAVt )n.hi now Company has wool announces cards "equal that to it 5,380 FEET BLACK ASPHALT 1 SO FEET WIDE

those imported, and in two weeks i LAUNDROMAT !
BY WILLIE MATTSONThe will be able to furnish cotton ,

J cards. Wool cards sell at $6 per I i Coin Operated Entries From All Sections of Georgia & FloridaTHE
cards at $8, "pay-
first of a schedule of tournaments pair and cotton
i for the 1963-64 season able only in suitable leather or: Dry Cleaning .

comes up next week Tuesday I skins for the full amount of the i Music While You Wait PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY INVITED I
September 17. Mrs. T. R. Lan- price of the cards. Any
AI 1.1 non, president of the Fernandin1), of suitable skins or leather wits ; Mrs. Kathryn AbelsAttendant
Beach Women's Golf Association: ,. be purchased, but "coon skins are Operated Under Management of Nick Smith
I asks that all members be at lh! not wanted and no damaged skins 515 South Eighth Street ;
t+ f Incredibly club house at nine sharp (for. and leather will be received." I..
coffee 'do-jutsfora :a meeting ." September 2 Federal Rear --
f t. s so that play in- the.. tournament Admiral T. Bailey, commanding; I

durable can start at approximately the East Gulf Blockading Squau-, TT4BLUE
I Vi t ( 9:30.: There are several important ron, is ordering the U.S.S. DeSototo : :
matters to be brought up so blockade duty immediately in STEAK '
So you should all make an effort 1 to the Gulf of Mexico. I
r \\ J easy'e be there September 3 Lieutenant Baxter '
Foursomes have been set u:> of the U.S.S. Gem of the Sea RIBBON FULL CUT \

t with team captains chosen, so if yesterday dispatched a boat expedition '
you are a golfer and have a handicap with orders to proceedup
a captain will get or has Peace Creek. This action was I Round or Sirloin *: 79c
gotten in touch with you about instigated as a result of Baxte:
the tournament.As "having received reliable information -
VSl.sl you probably know our clu1) that there was a band of
is a member of the Jacksonville I guerillas or regulators organ 1BONELb. 89c
4 i1 Amateur Golf Association and izing in the vicinity of Peace S .
we should feel honored to have Creek with the intention of com
:.. them choose our golf course for ing down to this harbor (Charlotte '- -
one day of the Jacksonville Mixed Harbor) for the purpose of
Two-Ball Golf Championship.: capturing the refugees on the ISlands C'4t UBED Lb. 89c
They have changed this tourna in this vicinity and also the ; _
ment from a four-day match sloop Rosalie." The expedition, -
play affair to a two-day, thirty I consisting of a launch and cutter,I '
jf six hole play. The first eighteen I: manned by twenty-one men, officers j I FRESH PORK z
f holes will be played at the NavzJ :' and Henry West, a refugee I .
Air Station on Sunday, September acting as pilot, is ordered to "cap ,
22, after which teams will ture or destroy all boats and con- PICNICS .29e
I Ir be placed in flights. Second rounds traband goods and also to 604 Atlantic Avenue
! tlLtKi; to be played here on Friday, burn a dwelling house and store- .
September 27. Entry fee is $i5- house owned by the notorious rebel -
si. J % I &d, .00 per team. Deadline for en and blockade runner, Johnson, 4 Lb. Bag GRADE A :: Lb.
tries is i September 18, and entry; who is now absent at Nassau, I
blanks are at our club house. New Providence, for the purpose STEWING HENS 19c
New Do Pont Field will be limited to 64 teamsso of purchasing a vessel to run the APPLES 29+ _

if you wish to play get your blockade." Baxter says these II C CENTER CUTSMOKED Lb.
entry in immediately as they had buildings are being used as a depot
96 teams at St. Augustine recently for blockade runners and as = :
I I ) and probably a couple a rendezvous for guerillas. The JUMBO 4 For CHOPS 59c
LUCI'EliOUSE dozen on the waiting list. boat expedition returned this evening I

LUCITE Inasmuch as some of you do not reporting the destruction ofJohnston's FARMER GRAY-THICK ; ;,2Lb.; Box-
have Rule Books, put out by the buildings and four $1 / '
House Paint United States Golf Association, boats. Baxter says that this success BACON 89c
kiodMs +f we may discuss some rules "will have a tendency to
PAINT time to time with your permis break up the blockade runningand I ..

sion.The stop the regulators from i GOLD MEDALFLOUR 5 Lbs. E, SLICED Lb.
first in the book is headed coming down here to molest the

,FORMS A TOUGH SHIELD"Lucite"House Paint leaves "Etiquette". refugees in this vicinity." AMERICAN I CHEESE --39c
a tough, durable! plastic shield that is more resistant to "I. No one should move, talkor According to reports reaching I 39cl -

ending, chalking, dirt or fading than old fashioned oil- stand close to or directly be- Tallahassee, there are approximately --- _
bass paints! hnd the ball or the 'hole when a 3,000 Florida families receiving CHUNK Lb. '
player is addressing the ball or ," aid under the program Plain or Self Rising .
EASIER 70 USE Flows ,on effortlessly without brush stroke
making a the state to
set by legislature
drag.Dries so fast you can apply second coat,if desired,in "2. The player 'who has the help up military dependents who need LIMIT: ONE WITH $3.00 FOOD ORDER BOLOGNA -. 29c .
one hour. honor should be allowed to play ,
clothing, food, salt, wool-cards,, -- r -
BEAUTIFUL FINISH "Lucite"House Paint leaves a rich, before his opponent t>r fello*- spinning wheels, and other neces! FRE-MAR Qt. MORTON'S FROZEN "t' 3 For
flat finish without the temporary shine of oil-base l paints. competitor tees his'ball.-" sities.

FOR ALL KINDS OF SURFACES Apply to wood,brick, "the 3No players player in should front are play out until of- September 4 The 9th Florida FRUIT PIES : $1.00

masonry, cinder or cement block. Needs no primer, if old I infantry was mustered into Mayonnaise 39c :
ransre. ,
paint is in good shape. Goes Confederate; service today. Colonel -I .
on over damp surfaces too. "4. In the interest of all, players '
John )(. Martin is commander,
No delay from dew or showers should play without delay. FLAVOR KIST Pint
assisted by Major Pickens B. Bird. LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER
NO SPECIAL SOLVENTS Wash brushes, hands with "5. Players searching for a The U.S.S. Clyde is ordered to -- q -----
and water. with ball should allow other players ICE' CREAM lOc
son: Wipe spots a damp sponge. sail without delay from Washington .
coming up to pass them; they FYNE TASTE ASSORTEDDRINKS 3 Cans t .
to Key West for duty with WiTH!
should signal to the players following LIMIT FOUR {:>.00 FOOD HllElt

r 9\V\ Dn Pont LUCIlE House Paint not continue them to their pass,play and should until the ron. East Gulf Blockading Squad 19c ---"EACH"

12 lovely colors and intermixes have passed and September 5 Admiral Bailey'
those players
reports that as of noon today ,Leis
__fQt exterior trim: Tough, fade res/sfanf- are" out Before of range.leaving a bunker, s transferring his. flagship from 5 Rosedale Limas I
=:. .DU PONT TRIM AND SHUTTER ENAMEL should carefully fill up I the U.S.S. San Jacinto to the i'', HEINZ
: player
... : .---, him therein." U.S.S. Dale. The San Jacinto will I 17 OUNCE
made by
go on to blockade duty in the ,.

-=NASSAU- BUILDING & SUPPLY CO. More later.HEARTBEAT. RECORDERA Gulf September, immediately.who frequently 6 Governor condemns Milton !- ; CATSUP ': 9c Wale Corn I

transistorized radio transmitter blockade activities, informs Confederate
... about the neck .
worn is Secretary War Sea
.1120 South 8th Street Phone 261-3648 being used to transmit informs- don that "in south Florida families 14 oz. Bottle 12 OUNCE
;ion. concerning heartbeat pat-' of soldiers in Virginia art
;ems to a recording system, as threatened with starvation. TUii

b.. I part of a research project. Itlt. pwcbic4 supplies '{or J .t '&c'& f.., .. '


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Golf News.Leader_-j ._._,..Fernandina__... _Beach, Florida-_Thursday, September 12, 1953! Page_ SevenSUtTlSALL '

In First Young's Team Named League Champs - .- ._ .

I .,. ,
The Club tt

C uiek Golf meet Eighty-eight Association at of the the local is 'At Annual Softball Awards Niaht i r ;? .

up for the ;! t
run for four \ieeks. I ... ,?.
with established 3e BY CURT GORDON[ w LI

eligible for the a The Men's Softball League

Tournament E :,Y ended the season with an outingat tx fiZ .or.r
t>en asked that z Tenacres last Friday night, at :+pY

minded that play 4 fA which time trophies and aw aids ...... ,, -.'. ,,. '
round ends Sunday were presented the winners.. ;a r ', ".
es must be I The trophy for the City Championship 4-

of that day.Results w was presented to R. tl. '
r .
of the F Young and his f.eld manager, oa ".
Carl Jones. The second 1 <, ,
matches will be place: c
week's issue.ARMY. : trophy went to Charlie Bryan
., I
i. ;, manager of the Box Plant team. '

I S' e Bryant Tucker, Young's catcher ', r.: .,y .,, t .

I II ,. won the Outstanding Player ; x ,.
II Award for the league. Tucker

I ., J .. was considered the most value ;
AND t'' 1 able player as well as displaying

: ,,ts the best sportsmanship of any
I player during the season. ,
Can 7 le of real to .a rr Individual trophies went lo i i. ,
t tY ,
i Army nurse in I Young's Crab Plant players with I i 1ti

You could ,a a y ro Bryant Tucker, Jimmy Horn.
s sk sr
greater sendee to Tommy Jones, Ray Perry,. Ar ,

try than by Joinin a ,_ mr' thur Renshaw, Jimmy Roland,

I Nurse Corps., Bldg.'I" .t, 1 z ,. Carl Jones, Blly Roland, Wajne ..e; Y \
the women's : Dotson, Nat Smith and Gcw a ''

the Army Nurse Powers receiving the trophies. ;,,. ;,,
I long and enviable OF THE CHA.II'IONSYoung's[ Crab Plant team proudly display the Paul Bibb, president of the \\.1

service. Army City Softball League Championship trophy and individual awards, presented Fri League, presided at the meetingand ____h _
.' always been night at the League Awards program at Tenacres. From left Arthur Renshaw, expressed his confidence that LEAGUE PRESIDENT PAUL IHKI seem

I were vitally Jones, Jimmy Home{ Gene Powers, Bob Young, sponsor, Nat Smith, Wa\ne the softball league will get bet. might)' pleased over the 196'1: season, as pictured here .\ VERTOUGH LVD

time has Br Carl Jones field ter each year with more competition. with the leagues three umpires. From left Ybor I
the Jim Roland, }ant Tucker and manager. Alarez A physician found that John

been greater than (i \; Hen Sorensen, Bibh, and Larry Flint. Cowan, of Holt, England. who
.. Members of the second-placa *
While the *
Army n.N if if walked
mile to
I a report that bu
for our soldiers SPORTS SLANTS Box Plant team presented their;
manager, Charlie Bryan, with a car overturned had suffered a
world, this is v
I work. The only I BY CURT GORDON gift for his hard work during fractured pelvis, broken arm and
Army the softball campaign. Also, Bernie ao bruised spine in the accident
nursing tare to the' t We couldn't tell this week if 1 J Thiebert, who handled the { M "John has always been a tough

tary community, taw Coach Wajne Benner was happy -I concession stand 'during the season 0 lad," his mother, }Irl). Lydia
ing care must I or not over the way his Pirates was praised by the entire 0 Cowan, said. .
one would expect ,3a were progressing in their group. --------
active and pracfce sessions. Benner says -
Three umpires hand
were on
hospital Among + I the line looks good one day and Jul P:
and were praised for ther: workin
nurse's patients the next day the backs are good. Register Now!
helping make the league the
I ) and children of Anyway, he is glad his first game I success It was during the For Annual
year. y
of the season is another week off I .
sonnet as well ; 8"Z
t as Ybor Alvarez, Ben Sorensen and r-- ,
before the boys get on the firing E
members and their
I Larry Flint were the men working fie' PuntPassKickContest I
That's 3 3Y line. Actually, 'he thinks they are
why behind the plate and on ths #
I doing fine but proud he has another .
Army nurse range j bases. There were other umpires :
week to shape
rics to geriatrics. up. lending a helping hand but were a Mi
ft & *
, You will have
not at the meeting.
tion of All eyes will be turned to the Uegixtntion and
, serving I Further InformationStop
I A big football game coming up : ..
needed most in the
I Saturday when the Florida Gat northeaster held fishing down In Today At

Corps. Of course, ors take on Georga: Tech in At some, but large trout were being 2ND PLACE TROPHY went to the battlin Box Plant t Losserre Motor '

tangible. rewards, I lanta. The game will be televisedover caught in the early mornings team. Charlie Bryan, right, team managerho was

portunity to work: the nation and there will b" Pompano, whiting and large blue I also presented a gift for his hard work during the season, Company
with fish have the main catches
hospitals lup plenty of "football parties" o.er' is shown with Tiger Mattox, left. ...
meat, and Holt as soon as tilE .
a great says
the city and the State. A huge I' -- ---- -- --- -
esting assignments screen has been erected in the northeast *vind changes fishing

. training, travel, Florida gym where two thousand i is really going to be great at the

social life, and students ran witness the Pier.

/ security. game Talking about parties, the I r ___ > .
Drop by my 1 biggest party of all will be after The Nassau County Sheriff's Do Your Brakes
tell'you more about Florida' downs the Jackets if Water Patrol went on a cruse: to
t .MIGHTY HANDSOME AWARD for a fine season, is they do. \Vel aka over the weekend. The 1 Grab? Squeal?

',: CHARLES E..; 1963 Championship Trophy held ,Jbj; R. If. Young,. ; '* group left Saturday morning and, .
j I Army sponsor of Young's Crab Plant team; and Carl- ,>ilike .Rylant and 'Jinim7 MlJ returned Sunday afternoon. '1', Pull lo Left or Right?

tt. Post Office field manager. I shell are the head managers fcr I .* .,..--r----r-T------- .-_... _

"j I Coach Benner'r football team Bryant Tucker was honortd :: e I I
: and are ably assisted by Jim last Friday night at the annual i 1 "TRIPLE PLAY"Any

I Bird, Gerry Bunch, Perkins JoLn- Softball Meeting at Tenacres, bring .7
FERNANDINA BEACH son and Terry Forehand. named the outstanding play.
er of the City League during I t :, t ,
d : Hinesville and Woodbine played past season. .I .,
: M to a 6-6 stalemate last Fri :i .: y, p
ft ft .
x night at Woodbine to get the ,
,+ ;,. ; day, Some of the Pirate players out ., Balance
football off in South _
ra nri sK ,eS tsti, season of action this week on a part time I I.
:: '
The Pirates will play
Georgia. ry
I basis were Roy Cox with a S
Woodbine up'there on Friday .. Both Front.
wrenched back, Ned Tyson with : ,1
Directory Y Furnished By These Merchants and Business MenGeorge's night September 20 for the first 1 ;: ,' t'
I a touch of flu, Chip Wood w:thi I Ii } t t
game of the season for the Pirates i back trouble and George Sheffield I II All 3 Wheels' f
Woodbine travels to 87-!
I with a bad hand All shouldbe
9 5
Suburban vania, Georgia for their second '
FLORIDA'SFIRST I ready for the opening gameof
i' game on Friday. the season next week. for
I t 400
Machine Shop Propane & & :
GOLF COURSE The largest Drag Races of the I .
season will be held Sunday at I Sammy Hamilton and Hydic only American t .
2 N. FRONT; ST.Machine SERVING ALL Peterson report fishing has been i ,c
EXCELLENT YOUR NEEDS IN the local airport. The best known i Car- ..
Work i a ANDWelding drivers in the Stock Car field i off down the Sportsman's Wharf r w Includes
A few been
, will be entered in the races whic'ltget way. Just Say "Charge it". ..' new
I Brazing LINKS GAS APPLIANCES underway at tvo-thtrty. caught, but no big catches during welphts

Marine Repairs 7 South 7th St. Gates open at ten: in%the morning the. past. week. Take months to pay

Phone 261.3661 with time trials slated for *
Special! Service To ttivelve-thirty. Five hundred dollars Harry Johnson was showing us

Shrimp TrawlersAll TIDES I will be top prize money with a picture this week of Post {54

Work Guaranteed T. H. KING other money prizes for other American Legion baseball team I ..
I winners. It should be well worth he once coached. Some of tie
Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. PHOTO SHOP day ,to visit the. Strip for players were Jimmy Stewart,
at JETTIES your f us
ra es
Thru .
Monday ,
Saturday .
'I some fine racing. Victor Burgess, Van Davis, Fred f f
Phone Day 261.3711 Add 30 Minutei Fer Roll Processing Davis, Claude Haddock, Robert ..von n '

f' Nifht, 261-5338 Fern&fldmi Harbor' Developing & PrintingKodak I Gene Powers, Young's softball Green, David Hickey, Bob Kendall -.._ an a ac r on

Film pitcher, had a' record of 16-5 for just to name a few. I can .,. a i
HIGH LOW Photo SuppliesMovieColored the past softball season. He tossed remember these guys had a good ee earns

BE W I SEt Friday, Sept. 13 & Regular i the Crab Plant team to a 1-0 ball club although I was a young i i : _
at the time. Yr
"eddm.gsIIPOrCelalnlZell i i I victory over the tough Seaboard: ster i
4:33 t: a.m. 10:10: a.m. I y
Portraits by Appointment On17 Meteors of the Jax City League 1
I 5:04: p.m. 11:27: p.m. :during the season and did net Gene Lasserre, of Lasscrre I { r Plus
504 Ash St.
Studios At
allow the losers but 2 hits. Motor Company, informs us of ,Replacement / Seals
Saturday' Sept I
LASTS 3 OR 4 TIMES : Phone 261-4586 *: .& the annual Punt, Pass, Kick Contest parts if needed +, *
LONGER THAN 5:37:: a.m. 11:39: a.m. The Little League-Senior League The competition will be heU and torsion bar .

6:01: p.m. Player Awards night will IP on a Saturday in October whichwe ,adjustment r
ORDINARY WAX JOB Your Ad HereWill i tonight (Thursday) at. the Junior will announce to you as soon I not included

LASSERRE Sunday, Sept. 13G:31 .:High Cafeteria. Pete Schuiling as the date has been'decided upon.I
MOTOR :: a.m. 12:20: a.V. says Walt Dunbar, Sports Dirt. Gen urges all boys between th< I
Be Seen '
CO. 6:50: p.m. 12:32 p.m. tor for Television Station WFG.*. ages of 8.11 to report to Lasserrt :
I will be the speaker for the oc Motor Co. and sign up for the I firetont NEW TREADS

S. 8th St. Ph. 261-3819 Monday[ Sept. 16 By Over casion. competition. A ?-year old boy, \.

7:18 a.m. 1:07 a.m. who will attain the age of 8 br 'i ) APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES
I Bud Holt of the Fernand.na: December 29 will be eligible. Any I
7:23: 1:19 ,
p.m. /.m 7,500 Readers I Beach Ocean Pier was really enthused 11-year old boy who reach tae I \\\\i\\ WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE

Going Fishing I ? : Tuesday, Sept. our' fishing at the Pier age of 12 before December 29, is I \ Narrow or Wide Design,. ,
again this week. Bud said the ineligible.
7:59 a.m. 1:49 a.m. Porter & LovcquistGeneral I I ': \ *U, Tubeless or TubetypeOur

Visit Us For 8:12 p.m. 2:04'p.m.. I fO'" .. .. .. .. ,. to' at .. 4 for
Contractors :j :i:1.:4
Complete Line Of
Wednesday Sept. 18 SPECIALTIES New Treadi, identified by Medallion and hop mark, are h
Fishing> Tackle 8::38 a.m. 2:28: a.m. ANOODNORKIXG i GUARANTEED 4 9
Rods Reels 1.AgauHt defects in ftorkmaaJiip and materub
durint life of tread:
Outdoor Camping 8: lr pjn. 2:46 p.m. PLASTIC SURFACING SAVE NOW 2.Against normal roaj hazards except repairable puncture) encoun- 4 9
CUSTOM. BUILT CABINETS: tend in everyday passenger ear use torY months.
Replacements prorated on tread rat and bad list
Equipment Thursday, Sept. 19 KITCHEN AND BATH I ,at time of adjustment, on prices current _
..FIRESTONE 9:12 a.m. 3:05: a.m. 63 MODELCLOSEOUT -rnr.\ ? _. .!B. .r.iF.t Plus tax and 4 tradIn tires -.
9:19; ) p.m.: : 3:25; p.m.: : Showroom

BEACH SUPPLY Tiatt CouneuCoast For Color Coordination FREE CAM mm
lit AtUntie Are 2SM482 '*' (jtodetic Survey Phone 261-3068 1 i !

.. I Lasserre Motor


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CompanyYour '"

'.y' I Ford I 118 Atlantic Avenue Phone 261-4482

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Page Eight Xews-leader, F e resets i n\ Beach Florida-Thursaay, September 12, 19BB ; -- ... --' -- .-

,. i -__ __ _--' ---.- __.- ---_._ ___ _.. ___ ___ H'p J1C
I ,_ ._ 5 : n _: _
i; Sports AfieldI1V Tommy TheobaldIs I -- THRIFTY MAID 5 AVF q T
II Now \') ) t\\

TED KESTIXGCck Hf W$y Academy ,
-- bound and see that he gets the I HO\fEV- '-THE-HILLS, FLA.I ICE Mediu"" PIACHISAo. wi

proper amount of nourishment: Thomas Andrew Theobald of j
of condition, in either and no more. Fox hunting isi I Fcraandina Belch'a$ &mon;. 1 wII.
sportsman' or dog, can spoil any probably the most physically demanding 62 students. to enroll in Howcy :E 2 1
hunting trip. Hunting is truly a effort among sporttgdogs. : Academy for the coming year. ,k CANSAVE

physical activity and when the Wherever the trails lead, Academy. headmaster, Dr- C. A. : MILK s EGGS r i
flSB weak, the willingness of '
the hound must go. The natoie Vaughn, Jr., announced this 10e
th&. seldom ,
spirit can overcame .
of the terrain almost always week. ,
and I s Limit 2 filth
this. turn
handicap drudgery slows him down, and he does not He is in the 10th grade. l Limit 2 doz. with $5,00 order oynnfej..
pleasure. TLs is a lesson crane! with the speed of the Located in the lakes and hills i S5 Order or More .

1 learned' by many, many sportsmen I searching bird dog. But how region of central Florida, Howe] I HALF S
each year. The solution to many bird dogs can su, is F 0 OD pA,
this go Academy an independent coeducational 39 i 2-79' ST
is don't unless in
: go you're t rj
eight, ten hours at a hunting or college preparatory GAL
shape, and don't ask your dog to trailing pace? school for resident and day students I f TALMADGE WHOLE or HALF I.. ,
dun end oi-the-season job o,i '' w
I "A lean dog for a long race"is in grades five through 12. -
opening day until you've properlyronditioned Ham 69
him. an old saying that is often a Limiting its enrollment to ALL FLAY RS GRADE "A" FRESH FLORIDA LB.
I good guide line, but it isn't in small classes, the Academy emphasizes i .
Each individual dog may have; I fallible. Starvation or underfeeding individual instructionand .1, -.- "" '"''''':!: ''''.1 P; ....,'4". \1- ,:
to 'b e handled I in a slightly deferent 4.wwi a. .a'
certainly will not gt : is fully accredited by rte ,
added work for
manner the job done. The dog that can State of Florida and the South-1: .
thS one, more rest for that one. '
Usually Cato in the best ,
hunting ern Association of Colleges arj fA .
Tta q .
studies hisr
professional\ performance is the one that has J Secondary Schools. i\iaety-fi+e : 3 1 l i. + j ,
r changes carefully and acts ac- :
i through regular and proper ex percent of its graduates continue a 3J (
cw ingly. This dog may be an : been brought to "It' A .,'- :
ere fee a :!: their education at the college k fir, y FULLY
and will a5X
eater <
eager put on
condition by turning his wCUTUP
vielpht quickly. Thi3 one may excess level { k R0 REG. 39 i
have to be coaxed to eat his fall fat into good, hard muscles. The first week of classes this I .,. e '? a, i i.t

!I shnje. The studious amateur year was devoted to a concen j A ,
I The use of boats for hunting crated ''how-to-study" course for I GRADE "A"
owner will work out h.s: ovas I ,
;"! tem. The trouble is that tr.eaxsjage is on the increase. They reused ,all students. I ,a .

sporting-dog owner usually not only to shoot from, but Theobald is the son of Mr. anu QUICK FROZEN ..

I'' feeds all of his dogs! the even more as transportation to Mrs. D. A. Theobald: 1915 Hi eland h-.Ii: r' ,f ,: 8c .1 ..
s5We amount of food and giveseaii the shooting area. Drive. ., :.. .ar ?
II thi same amount ofQJK.. '
One chief reason is the improvement l'1 : '
And seldom brings all of them "The road to success is always f
fheir full in boats and motors under construction." W. ;4,1'1 r 4
ulTto > physical pot [ I
I tWlhes-. :1-1 Outboard powered craft uc-\}' Guy, Haskell, (Okla.) News. 3 -, ,' z 'd. sA,. a FRYERSI
come wider and larger. They "' M i NI";
I ..Some. hound owners try to get :offer more seaworthiness and I Quantity Rights i Reserved .. ,'.1.
their hounds in good condition s
steadiness; more for <
room gun signs reading "No Trespassing. j Prices Good Thru
bjT: allowing them freedom to and their Yet ..
I ners guns. they Also, expanding population September 14th ..
renn: the countryside. Thin {31 'will navigate obstructed water Around cities, even around a ., :'.t
I seldom satisfactory, according 11 and are easy to transport over. towns, ruins, fields and wo ads.! : Limit I I 5COPTRIGNT1963 ..

ta.Henry P. Dads, Sporting j land in \'ariousays.. Andthey'll But marshes always are affected ; ....
I, I 11 stand up and stay leak- I Mast, if at all. Increasingly, these two '#
Dogs Editor of Sports Afiead1? | }proof in and out of water in all 1 .", *
I:I M gazine- Some will run trial 11 kinds of weather Motors are I swamp adjacent or near-swamp waters are the regionsand last REGULAR 59* COPELAND .AlL MEAT: with i ';- w ,

tLyil l they are paper-thin. ; 'now more reliable and much refuge of wildlife and hunter I ''
Othersill take it easy and tutflt Cf.p 'quieter. Alike Since before the days of ; AB.
? the habit of laf ing. I j' Hunters are taking to boats the cave-man hunter, game has I Wieners 39; ,
may be almost necessary for the : i for other reasons as well. 0 tended to congregate arcundi order o r
fox hunter to give each hoard II' 1 1tn land! the sportsman's actions !i I water. I :,' a
? amount of work, but if and i 3 : more, .. \
same j ihtt movements are being in.rreasingly Boats now often serve as headquarters REGULAR 49* FISH FILLETS ;. ,
..is wise, he will carefully iJ- '!< restricted. But on the replacing the old hunting -]

pen'is the feeding of. each. tater there are no fences, no I II camp, according to WillaiO ] Delicious, satisfying, yet far from fattening that's
- --- -- --------I Crandall, Boats Editor of Sports I F I d 3 9 5 chicken. An average serving of chicken contains only ..+

-- / Afield Magazine. Houseboats ,j O U n e r LB. I one third to one half as many calories as an equivalent ;

I ranging from the modern and serving of many popular meats. yet plenty of needed
: Dozier & Gay Paints i! elaborate to only degrees above protein. It's truly a dieters' dish. :
i i shacks are prime favorites, but i'' Ds
!'cabin cruisers are becoming in- '
"KEST FOR THE SOUTH"At I A ; w.yrt.m ist
.creas'ng: popular. The plat
i .. .' 4 : :.A. .. R.Wn+g'1 ..Y } '. .
i form-pontoon boat, its summer ? 1 [ 7 'Cn 0.w. a.A.4Y n.

Prices To Suit Your Budget1 canopy replaced 1 by anything T

i i from tent to portable cabin, may r M t f l r i 1 1 P i r i P!

LATEX or ENAMEL i(These be an craft on-the-spot move hunters'easily camp.under I e'c;,., ::: 50 Extra aWfOrecn Stamps t ,

power and don't draw too much; I .t ti WITH THIS COUPON AND PuRCHAiE OF .
FIAT WALL SEMI-GLOSS water. They serve to shoot from, s .a' M FOUR PKGS FROZEN :

too, as they are very steady and I ,'. Astor Cut Corn

are adaptable to camouflage- r, .,, ,
f $3.15 Gal. $3.95 Gal. I For transportation 1 \ ,'.%ito the I ". w : GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER UTH

hunting grounds, any type of r r wa A AT ANY W INN-DIXIE
boat that is suited to the waterway .., .n i f.. .. r
: ONEKOTE GRANOLITE and will carry the load' S SET ,

properly can be used. I ,
For Block Swamp-grass areas are where : FRESHJ =>x II ItJlI. f
Masonry, I i .' t III tJ./C.
White Enamel I Asbestos Shingles airboats excel: the inboard mod :::.:
els for nice speed, the ess powerful White Thompson Seedless I Gorden Bantam 50 Extra &tf Green Stamps .

$5.50 Gal. $3.95 Gal. outboard onel'for portability !r 5, 'i y WITH THIS COUPON, AND PURCHASE OF -

White Decorator Much the same can 1i Chocolate :
Pastels Colors concealment.j Cake
the jets, except that GRA' PE-S CORN .
need dear water to COOD! THRU SEPTEMBER LIT H
i i stream and not create intake I AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
clogging problems, they will s' 4a r t >d
Shiell's l Swap Shop probably be better in water r I t

that's shallow or has solid obstructions '

=-. irf North 4th Street :Next To Western Union I regions. in preference to march 2 LBS h9 i ts 104', rd..,,, d","

-- -- -- ---" -- -....._._- M Extra t awf Green Stamps'
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:J-I.. Light i Meat Chunk Tuna

SAVE 5* EACH ; SHOWBOAT Limit 4 with $5.00 order or more. GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER UTH .
1 I 300 aS fi
'f Pork & Beans 5i : :::
.. CAN
;[ FASTER SERVICE AND A Sm let of Your Doctor of Medicine,
Your Iflcal MtJical Society and the ::1 m r 1 I

Honda THE GREAT Mejhcal :\Aitociaum.UNWASHED 'SAVE 20* ., GQLD? ,MEDAL: .i,, ,,_:Limit I ? .one. with: .$5! .OP food> d r"A .. 59 ExtraW Green SfampsM: : .

[ REASONABLE PRICES / ,!' In Thackeray'* book rend nf ; :{ 1 ''WITH.THIS.CbUPON ANA PURCHASE OF

f nisI someone said "Gentlemen, Flour 5 LB. BAG"3 9i- ONE 14-ci, CAN ,
PI I there can be little doubt that ,4e
He! Shot Bomb
.a tiT ; your ancestors were the Great !
for *> : Unwashed." It is a fact that GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER UTH

... J# I .dirt Bathing and disease was not'a are ain regular SAVE 20< EACH KRAFT. Limit one with $5.00 orderMiracle or more. AT ANY'WINN.D1XIE. .

I custom in the 16th. 17th and I as I (d
f/efllllijitlly &JgtI e(1 18th centuries. There was no I ::
plumbing in the palace of Louis WHIP QT
XIV at Versailles, and Queen I d d
r r El ,
Elizabeth a$ reported to have > rl
Wedding ffnmfationb r taken only one bath a month. d I 50 ExtraW Green :yiwI
The gentility class and others ... ..,, IPrlr r r r r 1 r Stamps
who could afford it made much M ? WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF w
.- use of perfumes in those days, x ra rein Ins ra teen am s 1 ONE ts'cT. PKC, GILLETTE ,
: lllt! Before the dais of antiseptics Super Blue!! Blades
people to
inhale perfumes or aromatic Enchilada' Dinners Gold King Sbrab GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER UTH
: i herbs in times of foul-smelling I AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
JtJIJ1lfJl eleJJ epidemics. The vinaigrette was I Ia GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER I.m GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER UTH aT d! .

small! box or bottle with a perforated II AT ANY WINN DIXIE AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
top, containing smelling ,
-:- All Styles And Types Of Engraving ;salts or other pungent substances a::: r : :: ..
a popular article to be 'r ,
I j : ,
earned about. The pomander, ( iy fv

-_... .. .. -. ''' '' .- -. -. -- or pomme d'ambre or ball of (;;. m i%
'amber, perfume mixture !tJt ill
was a or e
-- WE ALSO HANDLE A FINE UNE. OF of perfumes enclosed in a i YOUR CHOICE }>:( r
1.f ,
box and carried'on
or bag the ; y.
= ENGRAVED person to guard against infec H.XC. .u, V
tion. About the size of a nut ;' ALL GRINDS VAC PACKED : ; ? BLUE or WHITE ARROW i tw '
:: meg, pomander contained fif f
such fragrant substances ., '
as f./.w-a
f. Astor CoffeeU tV"') .-- .
ENVELOPES SOCIAL STATIONARY ambergris, cinnamon, cassia fJ ,rY l ?
cardamom, marjoram, m'rrhand' y" ( \ r
saffron and hung by a f :
chain about the neck or. froma f 141 {, \ .

= See Samples At girdle.Less than a century ago, ;. .: I .

doctors often carried walling -L CAN Ii GIANT BOX /
; ,
ticks whose silver knobs helda r .
-- perfumed sponge as a pro M SAVE W D Jlf'i!! SA YE11' 'f y r

odors tection of against some the infectious unpleasant diseases. o flY} 1 11 -- ..
; ,
Jcmat\ lleaItNenlsiea'i de Spraying perfume has f1L \4 t.'.1 t ,

long been used to improve the VAC PACKED COFFEE Save 10* 4t DETERGENT Save 21+< !%; :
odor sickroom. Years
in a ,
... ago .
PHONES 261-3686 261-3G87 ..
during various
epidemics, men,
-- ,,women and even children 'folgers 1 LB. 591 Tide. GIANTLimit 581 -
smoked cigars in the belief the :

iWe Represent One pf the Largest and Best ed odor them of tobacco from infection.smoke protect Limit 1 with $5.00 or ; 1 with $5.00 or ..

.-:: Engraving Firms In The United States QQ Since the ;modern scene, it medicine has been came well r:, more food order ." t :, more food order. ta .

demonstrated that there is no 4: J f l",:. .
substitute for cleanliness l as a e:.. V. "f' lrra .
rr t ... .
,-t asu disease preventive*- :i. t1 ., mi : -:_' .

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i Pace Ten Se\\s-Leader. .Fcrnandina Beach, Florida-Thursday. September 12, 19C3 PRINCE OF PEACE proved acceptable to Democratic I. well as the Department's top master General Hii: Wisconll6
LUTHERAN CHURCH r Kennedy Names i governors and Republican legislators staff join me in extending our predecessors were Alexander W.

FIVE, POINTSBAPTIST- Donald R. Himmelman, Pastor in Wisconsin.He I.i most hearty greetings to the new Randall (1866-1869( President
J At The Churches CHURCH. Phone 261-5634 I JokgGriskiPostoffice I; has takert\an., active advisory Postmaster General and in ,piping Johnson), Timothy 0. Howe
I J. W. Keen, Pastor :Sunday School _.. 9:45s. m: I I II role in. Democratic campaigns our enthusiastic support to. ((188.-1883; President Arthur>,
Worship Service 11:00 a. m. in. WjconiiiQinc8! 194ft |; his Administration.'' William. F. Vilas ((1883-16*,
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL( I 9:45 ajn. Sunday School! '* I Fled According.;' CHURCH CHURCH 11:00 a.m.,_ Morning Worship I hobby has,\.'* politics -' pot ,ment is in excellent condition awed Payne (1902-1904 Presidnt T
Re,.. John Dozier, Pastor The Rer. James D. Ellisor, Rector !; 5:30: pjn. Training Union ST; PAUL'S CUURCtt LUTHERAN. John A. (Austin) .Grononski, stamp coll t-iarif j that' a 'completely .up.to-Jata Roosevelt).
r,:30 A.M. Holy communion ::30 p.m. Evening Worship Sidney W. Bishop, the D utvPostmaster briefing on all Departmental program The new Postmaster Genera)
Sunday School 3:45 JU1 '. service 7:3(' Amelia City Nean- Interaction o3 Madison Wisconsin!; named by I,
Wednesday Las named
prayer | t ewral who *- has kept available succeeds J. Ectoard' Day,
10:00 Choral Eucharist
Youth 6:00 P.M. A.M. i Piesidenf Kennedy to b Postt :
Meetings : -
A1A '
p.m. served as Acting Head of the for the new Postmaster GenerlV'an.d to the Cabinet by President Kennedy
Worship Services; .1100 A. )I. 11:15 A.M. Church School A. F. Gerbhardt.P&stDtfi:00 master Central, brings to. the Department for the last 30' days,. will be presented to him nt on December W,-I960, whore
5:00: P.M. Episcopal Young CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH : : a.m. Morning Service j 2Q-( biliion+-dollar- -year Postal welcomed. tfrffflKiski to' the Bost his earliest convenience. igned! to return to private

FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ChurchmenThis Bailey Road !9:00 a.m. Sunday School I Serviced< an outstanding background -: Office DeparUeMi "I am sure Gronouski, will be the fifth business just one month ago, on

Rev E. A. Lewis, (1'astor ( is the schedule of every J. C. BYRD, PASTOR # fc .tt V' and in economics, government. that, all 589,000-pftstal employees' Wisconsin man to become Post- August 9.
10:00 __ Sunday School Sunday with the exception of the I Sunday School ____.__ 10 A.3t TABERNACLE. BAPTIST'CIIURCIII ,l publicadministration --- I II
: a.m.
I: f
last Sunday of the month) Gronouski, Commissioner ofthe
11:00: a.ra. ____.. Worship: Service I Morning Worship 11 A.M. Wisconsin State
LAST SUNDAY OF THE Evening Service 7:30 P.M. Amelia Road Phone '2513187"Rer.
:iC:30:: p.m. C. A. Youth Services Taxation at Madison since
'7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service MONTH Loyd Chambers, Pastor 7:30 A.M. Holy Communion CHURCH OF GOD OF Sunday School 1 t k I
Thursday mid week service 10; am Doctoral Degrees in economic
7:30 p.ra. 10:00: A.M. Morning Prayer PROPHECYRev. Morning Worship 11 a.m.. from the University of Wiscon-
: :' and Sermon II. C. Drury, Pastor Evening Worshjp, ___._. r p.oL sin.,
10:00 a.m. Sunday School] I '
11:15 A.M. Church School
Wednesday Servicer,1..1 7 pan
Dunbar Wi
I He was born at >-
ST. MICIMKI/S CATHOLIC 5:00 P.M. 11 a.m. Morning Service "**
: Episcopal Young
frn & ctjnsin October 26, 1919, is mu-
CIIURCII Churchmen 7:45 p.m. _._._ Evening Service
745 Wednesday, V.LB. Service CHURCH'' OF CHRIST j- ried (Wife;.Mari) and the fatherof
Rev W. J. Holmes, Pastor for p.m. people. South Uth
Sunday" Mass 2nd, 4th CHURCH OF ROD) young* Kenneth L Jones. Minister'* Julie, 7)). WAS IT SHORT IN ., __. _
Sunday _____ 7:30' am Cor. 4th and'Cedar Sts.Rr. When confirmed by the Senate,
Sunday Mass ............... 1st, 3rd L Marvin Johnson, Pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday: Bible Study _.10.00 a.m. Gronouski' will become the 59th' ,. I .'
Rev. J. T. Dunnam Pastor Morning Worship __ 11:00 a.m.
I 5th Sunday, 11:30: a.m. I Phone 261.3807 i man: to head, the U.. Sj Postal
A.M Evening Worship _. 7:00.
Services 8:30 '
Worship : p.m I
Monday, Young People 7 .. _. ) System and the 49th since the ; CLEANLINESS COMFORT?
p.m. 10:00 a.m. : Sunday School 11:00 A.M. Tuesday: SingingPractice 130'w'd :
, Daily.........._,._.._...._ 8 a.m. I 11:00 a.m. Morning Service 1 Postmaster General' became. a .. : / ,
8:00: P.M. ,
j; Saturday _._._ Convent Chapel /.!>> E. Friday Evening 7:30 p.m.I :Sunday School 9:45: A.M. ([Held at various members:homes)'t cabinet member; his instate I \ \ ;
6:30: Communion in Convent 7:30 p.m. ,- .... Evening Service Training Union ___6:45 P.M. I''Wednesday: Mid-Week. Bible In addition/ to career .
6:30 P.M. Young People'* I Prayer meeting- Wednesday I :Prayer Service _____ Wednesday I Study ..________,._> 7:30'p.nu MHtin 7:30 p.nu 7:30 P.M.j Thursday; : Ladies Class 10:30: a.m.1 I teaching and research work. He
-- -- ([Held at various members homes) I
< taught public finance, money and.
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.. banking at the University of I 5
MEMORIAL METHODIST Maine (Orono), and public,, stain : .
!" s CHURCH and )local) finance and money and :
SAVI G Nelson P. Moyer, Pastor banking at Wayna. State: University REASONABLE COST CONVENIENCE-
.. ,. 9:45: a.m. Sunday School I (Detroit..
: F 9L y yi L f14'x $ f'J l .J 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship I His research background in-, J:..4W"

$100 'r FS 9N 6:15 p.m. MYF Supper & Pro- .'! eludes work withthe* Fed rationJ;, .tt1t1l. {., \.
w e : r
: Y s f. ; grams : of Tax Administrators and the \ t.
.<.. ? .: ., Wisconsin Taxation :Department .
..:' -"..I::;?*". '.. 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship I II j i t.
7S.. I : He was also} a. member of tlie
I Research. Staff for the Michigan
Tax Study in 195T and 1958.
r- j BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Gronouski has been particularly II
I : Home Building provides jobs for millions of Americans importantin Ran Humphreys, Pastor I active, i in such* fields as pro- .. .- \

today's labcr market. Important, too, is the business that finances 9:45 a.m. Sunday School) perty valuation (the Post Office I

: forty-four per cent of America's homes that yearly provides more 11:00 a.m.. _. Morning Worship : Department operates : 41,000 post DEPENDABILITY ,
7:00 '
offices: stations and branches)
: than seven hundred thousand jobs. That's the Savings and Loan Business l
8:00: p.m. Evening Worship I and fiscal policy (the Postal Ser i
: of America now One Hundred Billion dollars in resources. This 7:30 p.m.._ Mid-Week Services !vice has an- annual' budget: of ap ,
: month, visit i i PEUNANDINA FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN Wednesday proximately $5 billion.. c IF YOU WIRE SHORT IN ANY OF THESE THINGS \
Twice in' recent :
: \! \ PINE GROVE BAPTIST ski has been credited'with' assembling
CHURCH' tax programs which .
: Find out how the business that; ,helps build' America's homes can builda Rer. A. Z. Knight, Pastor

: home.better life, for ,you by financing, the construction or purchase of a Sunday Morning School Worship-.9:45: 11 a.ra.a.m Trade At HoneCitptr'sLanidry Check[ Our Bargains In New and Used Ranges.

11:00: a.m. Morning Service

... I 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic W.M.B.Service I and Water Heaters

j 7:30 p.m. Wednesday V.LB. Young 1

Fernandina Federal 7:45: .__________... Prayer Meeting -
'* '* 'J

t 1t Savings! And Loan Association Sunday Rev.429 Services, John South O'Neil:6th ,Street'Pastor. II 9 I IfttHMrty Cleaning:anti Dry :I SUBURBAN PROPANE

10:00 A.M. Sunday School* Suburban

: 202, ATLANTIC.AVENUE'. PHONE 261-5502 11:00A.M.. Morning: Worshir Mrs.I Doris. Howard GAS SERVICE Propane
.. fi:30 p.m. B.T.U. Manager _
'1:00, P.M. Mens Prayer Servicet .
: 14th & Beech Streets 7 South 7th :
Street Phone 261-36(11(
t-- 7:30 Evening Worship
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7:00 p.m. __.-....,..._, Visitation --- -------------- --- -
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... : f'); : g fQ Flower: Show Ru es.

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Set For Exhibits

., At Callahan ,Fair

Mrs. Bessie Mizell, Flower
Show chairman for the Northeast -',
Florida Fair to be: held. In :*
,. it1i : Callahan October 15.19 this I week COMMERCIAL
announced rules and specifica I

tions for those entering exhibitsin I

the coming event* I ,
There will be four ,classes for

arrangements, with a chairmanfor I .
.. each, class ,as follows: I
n .*' Mrs. Joe Stubits, 516 Stanley J.J :
Drive, Fernandina Beach dried ; !''t '
arrangements. (a) Dried anJ i b :
sprayed, (b) Natural dried. j <' te.r :
.. .
Mrs. Winnie Eskridge, Hilliard : t .. ,- -. .
-' Thanksgiving (a) Fruits and "
I flo\versr\ (b) Flowers. i! .. Mrs., Ethel Lucas, Callahan ;: L ; : : ; : .
$ mt t f .,'JJf .. ,;. '< .
; : ,
Christmas. ((8)) Fresh material i"if'!. :i'., ,. -\. ,..' :, i p'. I ii i q." 'f", f ItT "
(b) Sprayed material. [ "- .

Church Those Mrs. Louise wishing-(a) Fresh Flood material.enter, Yulee an arrangement -. r : k A Specialty With Us

are asked to call or '
write thechairman of the class I y ,
in which they wish to exhibit, '
$1&icr and reserve the size niche required I ".
I ,I ,', ,
for the entry.Arrangements .

.. up to 11 a.m on may October be entered 16. I ; : .;. a Check your supply LetrcrheooX,. Envelopes, Business,

I There will- be a limited: number .

.., those in each entering classification are asked therefore to reserve -,I :W Cards, OfficeForms. or any other- kind of printing you

\\j\ ,
\ t I 1
a niche as early as pos : ,

.. .I sible.For potted plants: II III ;:..,.j may require and if the quantity low: just give us a calL

Plants may be in containers I >
I' up to 12 inches in diameter, but : '-:/ ;.;
not over.
.. v a Cv y eM ya t Pots i must be clear and presentable -I -: t I If we have printed for you Before, a phone caiP will start

.. either clay, painted,I _
plastic, or covered: Owner to do i
aN I own pnintin or coverings at" < our presses turning as we" Reep a complete file at our
; ,. ..
home. Exhibit will be entered: as .

... left.Each exhibit must be labeled I,I r..:;..'. ;., fingertips all: printing produced in-:: our plcmi ,
S \ with owner's name and where
t possible, name of plant I
Exhibitor will place her own:. I

83-Year-Old! Baby entry The in following the place is a designated.list of plants t......{., Our printers; take pride in their'work., and, you are assured
:.t : ,
that may be displayed for judc.- I .- J
ing begonias,. bromiliades,. cactus '" '
crotons, geraniums, orchids,I' t; of a neat, clean and a accurate b. :: .. ,
: In 1880 when Floridians picked up a phone for the first time, they talked philadendron rubber plants. .4. < :fl '

: -and that's, all But look what happens today. You can mind the baby October Pot plants 15. must be entered on I< J I", -' .

: [(Home Interphone)', talk hands free (Speakerphone)', and conduct committee PHONE 3I1t.HO"".

: meetings (Call Director) Not only that, all Florida phones are now 261-3686 c. 11.:1r -

: 100% dial In spite .of- all!.the things phones do today,it's only the beginning. ,.tl1d sn' ,- ,
or ; M"; ,
: More and better services are being developed right now to make your Usk '. 1'If: ,1 .

: telephone an ev greater marvel 5; a ,
WAIT .; .
: of convenience and,pleasure;at the ?m : y .. tnt .

: lowestP.OSSiblecost. Southern ((50 Bell .t'" ; S ,- i. A*..l' <.._I
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News.Leader, Ferimndina Beach, Florida-Thursday, September 12, hits Page Eleven.

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FQR RENT HELP WANTED Statistics On Leads Defense of Windmills ,

WANT AD RATES .. Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands I WHOLESALE
has been named presidentof
word .'5 minimum THREE ROOM, unfurnished COOKS, WAITRESSES and general .I The Common ColdThe the League for the Defense !

;C.Sard of Thanks, Resolutions house near Nassau River. Ph kitchen help. Must be over I: and Maintenance of Windmlld. j $1300WILL "

; and Similar Notice* PO 5-4935, J ax. S12p 21. Apply at Billy-T Drive In : "J am in favor 0; progres-,"
common cold continues to ... .
.63 per word -. Jl-Mlinlnlmup( ONE FURNISHED one unfurnished Restaurant on South 8th St. I be the largest single factor con- she explained, "as long as progress SELL

: Cat 261.3686 on:261.3687 tic : does not include the uj'- .. ... .
apartment, oceansiue. I tributing to the 24.9 days per

; or place ad at 'office Year round. 126 S. Fletcher OFFICE CLERK Age 18-35 school year the average Florida rooting t." of the beauties of the 1961Beair4DOOR !

Phone 2613138. Ifc student is absent from school, according pas
511 Ash Street Some bookkeeping, typing :e.I -

.. I J quired. Apply Friday, 2-5 to a study by Schering HARDTOP .
:.' PRIVATE ROOM with bath k p.nt.1 "Behind every successful mar
Corporation, a leading pharmaceutical
'V at Suburban Propane, 7
block of Post Office. Private I I stands a woman vho couldn't te LOTS OF EXTRASCan
I company.
FOR SALE 7th StWOMAN II more surprised." Russell Buck, ..
entrance. Phone 261-5180, 201-i Using statistics from the National Help Responsible ''' .
Wellington ((0.) Enterprise. I' -
I WHO DRIVE to C Education Association, the Party With Financing

RESTRICTED HOMESITES for TWO BEDROOM, furnished apartment call regularly each month on study reveals that Florida ran'ns43rd I .,

|sale in Westwood between Utilities established Studio Girl Cosmetics i in days attending per pupil cotton swabs, stomach settler, I PHONE 2615171 ,

:Fernandina Beach and Yulee I Oceanfront. $70 furnishtd.1 clients in and around' Fer The best ttendance'record for :laxative, cough syrup, eye drops,!
Call nandina Beach, making necessary the 1962-63 school year was set .
Irby Turner fever ---'-
phone 2G1- 2615211.I I I decongestant, thermometer
Fletcher. Phone
.5CC8, for information. 03p S12c deliveries, etc., threw or 4 hY t the state of Washington. wiin bandage and an analgesic.; 1 Patronize Our AdrertKers.*.

I II hours per day. Route will pal an average of 10.5 days' missed ---- -- -

I TWO BEDROOM, frame coi,. I II VACATION APTS up to $5.00 per hour. Write ftile.i Utah was second with 11.2. The .

I ;struction, located on 2 acres STUDIO GIRL COSMETICS, national average of school ab !

I choice land, Blackrock Ri: OCEANFRONT APT. completely! Dept '7593, Glandale, Calif. Seneca was 18.9. .
furnished Day, week, or mon n. KINGSBERRY HOME SALE
:Partly furnished. Contact JOHN Medical surveys indicate that
584 S. Fletcher Ave.
,WFREEMAN.. $7,200. S19p Ll ESTA children of elementary school age
i I tfc PUBLIC NOTICE I : Having, 'five times as many cold Low Down Payment I$60 Per Month :

'C3 RAMBLER, eGO Classic. as do adults. According to a 196? : .
:Trade equity for older model I J ent. Year round. 224 S. Flet JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND OR U. S. Public Health Service report -I NEW, THREE BEDROOM HOUSE, HARDWOOD :
car, take Phone
up payments. cher. Phone 201-3733. tlc I CHANCERY CASE NO. 2717fN respiratory illness were responsible FLOORS, JUST OUTSIDE CITY LIMITS :
261-5430. SlOe for about two-thirds of
-, I MeCRANin APTS. JQIIN II. JOHNSON, WELL: THIS IStfT) GOING TO TAKE school days lost because of acute
For the Adoption of
WIN:bookcase BEDS headboards WITH WALNUT Excellent ONE 3 ROOM furnished aptPrivate STEVEN RICHARD EDWARD nUKE 1URGRAVES HARORAVES, ft ALL MORNING 15 IT ?' illnesses school or injuries during the PAUL C. BURNS :

Condition. Phone 261-3774. S19 bath, utilities, hot water Minors, his Step-sons. 1961-62 year.
'- I washing machine furnished. AFFIDAVIT The first onslaught of colds I I 319 South, 8th Street PHONE 2G1..1GOG :.

ANTIQUE I $11.25 week. For information STATE OF FLORIDA strike the schools almost as soor ,
ROUND parlor table! per COUNTY OF DUVALL. SS. I -- .
$15.00.. Oak wash stands\ excellent call W. I. McCranie, 2,14042. (; Before me. an officer duly qualifiedto Too Late as children reassemble'lor the --- -- -------- -- .
I administer oaths and take acknowledgments To ClassifyBY : .
I new One contributing facto
condition, no, refinishing If no answer call 261- this day personally appeared year. .
:necessary $25 $ach. Shieil's i 9035, Mrs. Long. tfc JOHN H. JOHNSON who af- to this, according to researCH .
Jet being by me first duly swore deposes scientists is that of coiai,
RUSSELL KAYWouldn't spread
Swap Shop, 16 North,4th,, St. I I II
_and says: : _
like other virus-caused infections
SMALL UNFURNISHED house 1. That he is the petitioner herein; I I II IIi
1 5 Ft. HALF-CABIN-BOAT I for rent. 1310 Franklin St. Call that he has made a diligent search you think our lawmakers .'I than elsewhere in the state and $ accelerated by the mixing of DON'T LET; WINTER 1

.95 hp Chris-Craft inboard 261.5277 for further information. of,and HARRY inquiry HARGRAVES to learn the whereabouts the natural would know by now that yet milk is i cheaper there Why? population.! In fixed stable groups I .

'fiberglass bottom, with 25 ft. tic lather of the minor children herein the public is sick. and fed up with Ask your legislator or Governor which are not exposed to strangers I .
and that his residence is: price-fixing of milk? Bryant. cold-like infections tend to
:shrimp net. Will swap for auto- HARRY H..Rl RAVES ,
imobile or real estate of equal SMALL FURNISHED house c/o Reidsville Penitentiary Prior to the last session of the I An official of the Dairy Farmers die out, and do not reappear until CATCH YOUCOLD

'value. Phone 2G1-50G3 or 2(514167 ( newly decorated, across street 2.Reidsville That Georgia knownto Legislature, action of the Florid i iI Federation asserts that distributors there is contact outside the group.! i
as particularly as is
\ | tfc from Keystone Hotel. Ph. 2C1- affiant there is no person in the I Milk Commission, in its effort to could sell milk at 6.3 The} best defense against: tic! I
State of Florida whom serviceof increase milk cents half pin.t and Mill make
I C89. tfc upon prices aroused public a a common cold i is prevention. Warm
THREE) BEDROOMS/ baths, said process HARRY would HARl be RAVES binding, upon the ire to the point where the commission profit. Some school officials ale

|210(|! sq. feet A. ji. lot, 3 ,BEACH APARTMENTS 3. That affiant knows that the said backed down.. fusing to be hijacked and state cjotiring should be worn, and good i !

iscaptd, fenced. Central heat lanel.1 furnished or unfurnished. Week HARRY of 21 HARCRAVES is above the Bat the big milk industrY' is I that they will eliminate milk entirely diets planned. Whenever possible

I I +Jcondjtioning.' Near mopth or year round. 56 age JOHN years.II. JOHNSON Petitioner used to public protests and then from schopl lunch menus, avoid contact with a person suffering -

I ,churches. VA loan. Yulee, on Fletcher. Ph. 261-3188. S.I Sworn ,to and subscribed before me powerful lobby never quits working s ubstitu, ng orange. juice. or other from a cold. I
this 21 day of August. A. D. 1963. '
'old 'Fernandina Rd. Phone 22a- Helen' T Shuldt when the matter of higher beverages. Medicines, of course, are important ,

;5314: S12c FOR BEACH RENTALS, call 261. Notary Public State of Florida' at milk prices is an issue. I In an editorial recently the A recent survey_ by a drug. I' Get Your Tanks :

Tr .. ..-. +.+ 4642, W. I. McCranie. Will be My Large Commission expires: 326-64 Public protest, loud as it was, Tampa Tribune points out that in industry publication revealed thai :, ORDER FUEL

IALF'.ACRE' two bedroom glad to show anyone the beach 4t 8.29, 9.5, 12. J9 apparently failed to reach the 1 Georgia the Federation of Young only one out of eight home medicine !- Ready and Filled

home: Five Points area on Sycamore apts and cottages. Applications; ears of our legislators, for they : Republicans is winning: a lot of cabinets, is fully equipped!

Lane. $3200. Phone 2(11J5C90. ( taken for winter rentals beginning PWUC H9TICE' not only continued the milk com. friends and influencing i a lot of with products needed! in common

: S12c Sept. 1. tit IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH/ : mission with its price-fixing pow.t voters by making milk price filing types of health situations arising I Before The

.. \I" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.j't ers but went further and authoiir in that state a political issue. in the home, such, .as the cold. The : BEFORE( 1HE6NINiERRUSN H

lANT, CARVED, aripnue buffet, NICELY FURNISHED down I IV AND FOK NASSAU COfMY.IV ed it to fix prices on mjlk sold to In short they are making: hay out lit of 11 "basic" supplies! recommended -j
!$6t< Matchingserver, $3.*, stairs apartment. 16 N. 5th- Mi. NO. 2722 schools, previously exempt frost pf mjlk. Maybe if the Young Re- includes: gargle, antihi 1...... First Cold Day!

'chin* $55, 4chaii$,: $t12.50 eflt"h.Shi 2G1-4227 for .appojritment tee BARBARA McCOLLOUGII YOUNG, the law. mblicans of Florida would follow tamine-aspirin (such as Coricidin),

| Il's Swap Shop, 16 North I VS. 'P4iJ1 ll. This summer when school their example they would find it : .

i4th St.imnr ALEXANDER APTS WALTER YOUNG boards asked for bids, from milk worthwhile. It appears the Demo- I"{ ....., I II HEATING I :
OF SUIT' distributors they found_ that the :rat4"don't care too much about l AlitNSAUNbROMAT
337 N. Fletcher. No.1 Hot
HOMESITE on the Nas- THE STATE OF FLORIDA ::" '1'0- "I I price had risen. Bids were Identical % how the public feels or how much :
uuAiver Beautiful high Water furnished, $CO Mo., year WALTER YOUNG,
at the increased price and the the consumer is gouged. SEE OUR EXCELLENT LINE OF
J and dry lots at Nassauville. round. Phone 2C1-3114. tic Residence unknown ;
You are hereby notified that a complaint state lunchroom supervisor estimates
Others) with waterfront privil 261-3114. tfc for Divorce has been Held I I the increase will raise the I II CARD OF THANKSThe _

I eges. Small down payment BEACH APARTMENT, furnish. serve against a you copy and of you your are Answer required or to I(I cost of milk for school lunchts family: of the late Rev. Coin Operated QUAKER
Terms to suit. Phone Francis Pleading to the Complaint on the about $3 million a year. The av James M. Green gratefully
.Ellis ed. Year round rental, must Plaintiff's Attorney, THOMAS (J. acknowledges
: : POpular 5-2GG1 Jacksotlille be locally empkyed. $60 per I 11 North Fourth Street, )<' erage price last fall was 5.7 centj : the many acts of' Dry Clegnincj; i
Itlc. Beach. }Florida and file the HAu..l a half pint while bids to supply i kindness and expressions of _
month. Fletcher
278 S. tie
Answer or Pleading in the Music While You Wait
'" school milk this year are almost i
Court ol Nassau County, Florida, on sympathy to us by
URGE, 4 pc WICKER SET. AJeal UPPER DECK APIS.' Completely or before the 7th day of October, A.D. I standard at 7.2 cents a half pint.I I friends in our hour of sorrow. Mrs. Kathryn AbelsAttendant
buy at $f,0 Shiell's Swap 1963. Herein fail not or Decree ftp '
have said before and I Good
| furnished including TV T- Cgnfesso will be entered against you say I' May God bless each of you bountifully j
1C North 4th St
..shop. '. Ph.'je 2613118. tfc for the relief demanded in -the Com again, no price-fixing legislation 1 and keep. you ever ia JJis I' 515 SouUi Eighth giietRegister k
i iI plaint. is ever in the public interest. In bare..
MAHOGANY The nature of said suit being for I Ii -I I
12 FT.
plywood TWO ROOM furnished divorce. I[I regulating prices the commission i We also thank the members of

boat, 3 hp Johnson, Champ apartment Witness my hared and official sealas I J is forcing unrealistic prices at the I John Earl Armstrong Post 511 M, I IIi
:lilt} trailer. Like Call 2014)050 Clerk of the. Circuit Court pf Housekeeping'Gas
new. sau County at Fernandina N3S.1 I expense of the consumer. I Auxiliary'! Unit 511, New Zion Now !

a.I .) or 2G1-5188. tfcPjARS ONE THREE room furnished AD Florida 19C3.this 3rd day of Ever since it came into bein I the milk commission has consistently For Annual :
I Wire Club. .
house. (SEAL) /S/ P. 0 OXLKY;. Lyrer '
I daily, if if if D. 0. Oxley victimized the consuming \ IRr( thanks also to; Jtey. (D. J. j
I 42.00 bushel. Weekends only, Clerk of Circuit Court of .a'
....V. J. Lohman AlA Amelia! TWO BEDROOM unfurnished Nassau County Florida. public by eliminating competition Watkin, pastor, Rebecca, Cort No I PuntPassKickContest :
house. THOMAS 0. Hall and denying it the right to purchase "},. Louise Shatter matron, Ea tarn -
;Zity. tfc Attorney for Plaintiff milk at a cheaper price al-
Star Pinevue :
11 North Fourth Street. Chapter 3J3 I
RECONDITIONED SPARK IL F, SAHLMAJi Fernandina Iteach. Florida4t though dairymen on several occasions O'Neal, Pearl Albert, matron.
9 5. 12 19!. 2?I I have frankly stated that signed(( ) Mrs. Blanchie Green "'
LUGS guaranteed 10,000 PHONE 26W221 I I For Registration and CO
sell ala
they can profitably milk ,
-miles. Set of 8 wife. Further Information [
240. SIJIELI/S .225-5146
PUBLIC NOTICE lower and desire to dosu.Des ; ..
Mrs Mary, J William9t j
WAP SHOP -1C North 4tli : ., I Stop In Today At
..**. .; .*".... ..,: ..-;, ....>(. ., :;...iO''T. < ,,-'":...-.::-.:.; \\'L'..'nOTICE OF..API'W.CATiOY r ',S t. it : itethe- fact! ., that Governor.r'Yant -:.-', -v}f IrgjEsJejl] ;:4Kj-v; Kehnedy, YULEE FIA. .
.__ f 1J. '6.IWANP .>...'<( ,.. ,. 'l'f Sec.) 19UC TX'DEF,''F.S:: : ,", ) ,Laoisposcd, \:{u-; \4 ,,; 'daughtert'tind'( 'Mrs. Annie Las crre Motor :

NEW 753 pound capa NOTICE IS HEBJL'Y! GIVENt price-fixing, the commission has i Mae Armstrong, step I! A Complete Line Of Appliances :
in H. M. Askins the holder of the folio' '- used its power to keep prices up i Company
.city chest type freezer 1 year filed said certificates -
brown leather case. Owners ing certificates has under h's administration I
deed to be Issued I to a greater degree I -- j
guarantee. $278.00 Call 261- for a tax __
inside. One loafers. I
name pair the administration
thereon. The certificate numbers andyears I1(I than under --- ----- ---
491 ----- ----
Chucks T.V. tic -'-
I of issuance the description of[ of Governor Collius, I ,. .
the property and the names in which \
ONLY $0,300 buys a two bed. S12eMISCELLANEOUS it was assessed are as Mows: which was the first administration -
Certificate No.. 145 Year of ssuance to give the consumers Best
:room home appraised at $7,. 1959 J any Vinyl
000. Low down payment. $oO Description Property Lot Ek of 45, kind of a break. I
;month for 12 years. eec 30. Twp. 3. Rge. 28 The unreasonableness of the I FOR SALE
Name which assessed Lucy Ellen
M VANITY BEAUTY- SHOP Anniversary ParkerAll commission action is best shown !

I ROOM 2 BATH house tineighborhood. appreciation specials. of said property being in the by the fact that schools in the FLOOR TILE
Color treat, 30c. Waves from County of Nassau State of florida. Miami area are getting milk for
.? Can be two a.artments. Unless such certificate or certificates -
$4,8503$501) downy 530. Call 261-4G86. shall be redeemed according to their school children at 5.75 cents COMPLETELY EQUIPPED :
law the property descrjbed IB such half this area has a .
a pint, as
$50 month for 12
a years. certificate or certificates will be sold
.. it ft .A LICENSED DAY NURSERY -I to the highest bidder at the courthouse federal marketing agreemen GoldsealI
ti Good care. 612 Beech St tfc door on the first Monday in which governs the amount paid
$1pO DOWN $reS 'month. b'Jl Month of October 1963 which is the SHRIMP PACKING PLANT :
the but does not interfere
.JUa son ry, three bedroom home, LET ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 7th day of October, 1963. producer I
.Vrited below replacement at Dated this 4th day of September, with wholesale or reta'Iprices. : ,. Each
$9,- help with your drinking 1963. |
:;15. I problem. Write Box 338, D. JO. Oxley Both labor and living (FORMER L. R. CHURCH SEAFOOD PLANT) :
Clerk of Circuit Court cf costs are higher in the Miami am:
3. city or Phone Jax. El (C-7700. Nassau County Florida ----

(fr'LY $350 DOWN $63.50 a ,I tie 4t 95. 12. 19.26! PUBLIC NOTICE 100 FOOT FRONTAGE ON AMELIA RIVER ;

month Buys small three bedJJoora HARDEE PROS ..
two lath home. Paneled HOME!: MADE POUND cakes, PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE FOR BIDS ,

living room. Fire place. I i All layer kinds.and birthday Call Patricia cakes, pies.. LV THE CIRCUIT COURT IV AND Board NOTICE of Trustees is hereby of Humphreys given that Me.the i i. HARRY POOLE, Mgr. I Two Blocks North of Marine Welcome StationIn ;

;: Jyod e.I FOR NASSAU COUNTY. FWWPAI Mprwl Boswtal yfll accept fctfs for ..
2S1-5S32. tfc CIUNCERY. the sale of one surplus gas range. i I Fernandina
'. John T. Ferreira & Son I No. 2702 Range may be seen at hospital. All < I __ Beach Harbor :
: m Atlantic Aft Dh'lsIOQRlDemWOOD bids must be clearly marked sealed, .
.p'hnlie \\-$71 FLOOR SANDING and refinish- Ii ,
SWINGS BANK, and filed with the Administrator by .. I IIISEE .
'!W Ing. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson. a corporation 10:00 A.M.. September 19, 1963. The

HUNTING BEACH Buggy, Phone' 261-46 ombined .
Excellent condition
,422500. Phone 261-(SG4. tfc Defea9.w'ls. BER. 1963
1"1 ._ SITUATION NOTICE OF SALE' for'C. W. Fjandies INGRAM"FQR Boat Haulout
Notice Is hereby given that par C. W. Brandies, Chairman
r SALE OR KENT WANTED >Suant to a Final Decree of Foreclosure Board -Trustees
entered in cause numbered 2702. in Humphreys Memorial Hospital
HOMES IN Five Points NO
area. the Circuit Court of Nassau County 2t 9-5. 12PU.'LIC Will
:DOWN PAYMENT, $62 to r 3 ;y' Florida. I will sell the property st- Real Accommodate Largest Skimp Trawler
.month. Renovated inside and WANTED KIND of I tinted in Nassau County. Florida de- NOTICE i EstateLife
scribed as:
*"out Phone 201-5419 after 6. hind Lot One Hundred Twenty-cnfi (121)( Notice is hereby given that the undersigned .I Insurance
I tlc FOREST HILLS SUBDIVISION, pursuant to the fictitious i Retirement Plant Also Contains Newest
I ....--- -. -- Section TVo (2)), according to plat Name Statute Chapter No. 20933 I Income Equipment'
FURNISHED HOUSE 1500 EXPERIENCED SECRETARY, recorded in Plat loot 2. page 77. Laws of Florida 1941 as amended by I Health & AccidentHospitalizatiqn
of the public records of Nassau Chapter No. 26760, Law*, of Florida -
:square feet floor space, plus some* legal work, desires full j County, Florida.at 1 .screened porch and carport.. or part time employment. Ph. public sale to the highest and best Statutes will registerith, the Gene -
,bidder for cash at the northerly door of the Circuit Court in and for Nassau Major Medical
I "Bath and halt. Three acres 2615357. Sl2c of the Nassau County Courtoouse, lernandina I County Florida upon receipt of proof,
JandA bargain. Phone 2i>jJ3774. r.e,ch. FlarfcahfeUeen! 11-03 of publication of this notice, toe fie:-j Disability Monthly Income
o'clock Alt and f2o ;cock P.M., titious name to-wit: I
SJQcf '!) I ts ...--.. -. ........ on September 23rd.*fiS STAGER= DRUG CO. I{ OFFERS, INVITED INQUIRE 1 107 N 18th ST.
L. J. I ,
:. ( >)> /s/ D. OXLE7 Under which I am engaged Iii business .
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT at 207 Atlantic Ave. in the City '
19-SAFETY-3 JOHN E. ROQUEMORE of Fernandina Beach. Florida. That INSURANCE I Phone
: f Trade At Home Attorney for Plaintiff the party interested in said business or 261.4200
_....... jn Florida 825 Barnett Bank Building enterprise. Is Theodore R. Steger. I Phone 261.5269
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Twelve News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursday, September 12, 1963 .b by being able to purchase the and speed timing devices wilt
r (lands now rHftstnoted that laud I II Highway Patrol continue and plans are being-
it prices in Florida are continuing made to include extensive use c?
Rews. From Saturday Marked I to spiral upwards and land pur- I Plans To plain patrol cars manned by uniformed
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) Program ,
M chased nowsU'T>e worth many I men in areas which have

4w: The Rec Center Opening of SeasonOn k (the times century.its value\ by the turn of I Curb Death Toil I quency.developed a high accident fro-

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a increase
M It was pointed out that out I I "Although we have

: BY SANDY DeSANDRO Marsh HensTALLAHASSEE I .'Ce'x. door recreation is the nation's i! TALLAHASSEE Florida our enforcement efforts substantially *
< tl [ largest industry and is still 1'I highway Patrol Comdr. II. N i during the past year, it 14
and bound i
growing by leaps our intention to saturate every
Kirkman said that
.Special Double Session Ballet | Bible Lecture in the Confer : The opening today beginning -
: "Every resident of Florida profits section: of Florida with an cvctjf
Class in Auditorium at 10:00 a. ence Room at 3:00 p.m. by L. D. gun for the 1963-64 hunting by outdoor recreation I September 15, the patrol greater intensified drive against
sounded at sunrise Satur-i I II will initiate a known as
nu Julanne Owens, Inst. i Smith, theme, BUILDING A season Horner noted, and added "Flor- : program traffic violators," Simmons de--.
day, September 7, with the opening i I "Operation Trackdown" in an effort
Baby Ballet Class in the Auditorium HAPPY HUMAN FAMILY. ida's tourist is based dared.
economy I to curb Florida's : death ::
of the marsh rising
hunting sea-
at 11:00 Julam.e Lutheran Church; in i,
: a.m., Meeting
the tourist industry and with.
"And, we are soliciting the aid:
son. Hunting the migratory rails toll on the highways.In I I
Owens, Inst.Beginners. the Room
Conference 11:00
: a.m. ;: out ova table recreation the
and gallinules (marsh hens) will I announcing the and assistance of all law
Ballet Class in the I MONDAY, SEPT. 16th. tourist industry will disappear." program
ment agencies in cty: and-
: every
be allowed for 60 consecutive ; Comdr. Kirkman said "Duringthe
Auditorium at 3:30 Julan I Teen Ballet and Toe Class n. : !
1 The bond referendum, if l'asb-I county of this state in an effortto
Owens, Inst'Advanced the Auditorium at 3:00 p.m., Jul days ending November 15, accord- ;: first eight months of this:
: Ballet and Toe Class anne Owens, Inst. i II ing to A. D. Aldrich, director, ed, will provide adequate areas ;year the Florida Highway Patrol' stem ouift increasing highway
I '' "
for salt and fresh water fishing accident toll, Simmons said.
Game and Fresh Water Full arrested traffic
i in": the Auditorium at 4:30 p.m., Rehearsal for NUT CRACKERS : 'I' over 106,000 violators
Jtdanne) Owens, Inst. I' SUITE at 4:30 pm. in the i Commission. | 4 I hunting, camping, picnick-rig and issued over 200,000 The Patrol said that "thjs ii*,
j\dult Ceramics in the Ceramic I Auditorium, Julanne Owens, Inst. i Bag limit for all rails and gal1Inules I hiking, boating, salt and fresh I II written warnings for traffic oi. i tensificaton of traffic law etr

Room at 3:30 P.M., Hugh Sides,, i ihut. Island Squares Club in the I except sora rail, is 131: I I water swimming, water skiing, Censes and equipment violation. forcement ball police ajspiKiti; :
Game Room at 7:30: p.m. I for day's bag and 30 for total I I nature study, pleasure driving) "Our enforcement effort this will not be entirely successful(
Senior Citizens Club in the I Hcmerocallis Garden Club in possession Daily bag limit /or and availability of historical or year is running better than 13 without the full co-operation ot:
Conference Room at 7:00 pm. I the Auditorium at 8:00 p.m. sora rail is ..setat 25, with a total ARMY SPECIALIST FIVE ELBERT C. DURDEN, (pictured archaeological sites in every per cent over the comparable pet- the driving public. We urgenti/-
-Men and Boys' Health Club in I Jaycees in the Conference possession of 25. Hunters arc at right), 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee R. Durden, region of Florida. I' iod of 1962 and yet accidents ii. request the public's co-operatioi},

the ,Health Club Room, day and I Room at 8:00 p.m. required to have their shotguns 804\) N. Fourteenth St., receives congratulations and the Needed right now to meet our rural areas have increased by in our traffic safety efforts.;:' w,
evening I Cotillion Club Board Meetingin plugged to three-shell capacity Army Ccmmendation Medal from Colonel Ralph B. Coffin this goal is 2,600,000 acres of : more than 7 per cent and our Comdr. Kirkman concluded by

-Atlantic Avenue Playground i the Office at 8:00 p.m. ifles are always prohibited wl1t 1. commander, The Artillery and Missile School, during land to be placed under intensive highway death toll is in excels saying, "Such efforts on the. part.
supervised play, 3:30-5:30 p.m., Adults and Teens Ceramics taking migratory birds. Duck ceremonies at Fort Sill Okla, late in July. Specialist game management,!' of a comparable period of 19C2." of the police and the public could
Class in then Ceramics Room at stamp is not required for marsh 115,000 acres in nature preserves'! very easily result in the saving,
Don Nanney, Inst. Durden received the award for meritorious service as an Field Inspector II. Lee Sim- ,
additional for of over 100 lives in the last Iuuc
an 101,000 acres :
FJUUAY, SEPT. 13th. 8:00: p.m., Hank Sides, Inst. hen. administrate specialist in the school's Headquarters mons, who will be in charge of months of 1963."
camping, 25,000 new
ub-Teen Club the Game Men and Boys' Health Club in I the "Operation Trackdown" pro
in Battery at the Fort. Durden entered the Army in July picnic sites, and additional 8,700'acres '
the Health Club Room, day and the Auditorium at 4:30 Jal- indicated that extensive use I
Room at 7:15 pm. : p.m., gram I
1960 and last assigned at Fort Myer[ Va. He is a for
was hiking, 4,400 mure ;: of radar Try A Classified
evening. highway patrol planes,
Men and Boys' Health Club in anne Owens, Inst.
1958 graduate of Fernandina Beach High School and attended camp-sites, an additional 3,0001{
the Health Club Room, day and Atlantic Avenue Playground, Men and Boys' Health Club in
evening. supervised play, 3:30-5:30: p.m., the Health Club Room day and Andrew College, Cuthbert, Ga. miles of scenic roadway for
Don Inst. U.S. Army Photo pleasure driving, 886 additional
'Atlantic Avenue Playground, Nanney, evening. .
boat facilities 130
access more
supervised play, 3:30-5:30 p.m., TUESDAY, SEPT. 17th. Baibershoppers in the Conference -
fresh water swimming areas, the ; Indigestion
Dun Nanney Inst. Ceramics Class 10 and Room at 8:00 P.M.
(ages : additional
SATURDAY, SEPT. llth. 11)) in the Ceramics Room at SSU I Atlantic Avenue Playground, Florida Jaycees Go On Record As development 111 historical of or an archaeologicalsites

Teen Club in the Game Roomat P.M., Hugh Sides, Inst. supervised play, 3:30-5:30: : p.m., and provision for an additional i- Indigestion is the most common complaint in the world. It
7:30 p.m. Tap Dame Class in the Audi I Don Nanney, Inst. Recreational Amendment I is true that certain types of (food such as miens, cabbage and
70.7 miles of seashore.
Men and Boys' Health Chb in torium at 3:30: P.M., Julanne I WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 181h.I Favoring i, beans have a tendency to cause bloating and distension. But 'an
tHe Health Club Room, day and Owens, Inst.Intermediate. I Ceramics Class (ages 12 and Horner told the JayCees thi I over sensitive and irritated digestive system is usually the
evening. I Ballet Class in 13)) in the Ceramics Room at 3:30 The Florida Junior Chamber organization became the first could all be accomplished with- basic cause of gas formation. It doesn't permit the food to be
i out raising present taxes. Ho digested properly and the irritation interferes with the proper{
;L. --- --- --- -- ------ --- p.m., Hank Sides, InstAdult of Commerce has gone on recordas State-wide organization to comeout
noted that the last legislature i) secretion of the digestive juices. An irritated intestinal tract
I Ceramics Class in the favoring the passage of the solidly for the proposal that
can be traced usually to disturbed nerve innervalien leading ,to
Ceramics Room at 7:30 p.m Outdoor Recreation Amendmentat will make it possible for the purchase passed the necessary money : of digestion-
Hank Sides, Inst. the November 5 special election of lands needed to providethe bills to provide for this, but | organs
Men and Boys' Health Club in and has urged every local i necessary sites for outdoor unless the bond referendum wa? Chiropractic adjustments can relieve flatulence. It succcds
KKK RALLYSATURDAY I would have ; in doing this by removing the interference with the nones
the Health Club Room, day and JayCee organization in the Stateto I recreation that will be needed passed the plan to which control the junctioning of the digestive organs.
be carried out over a long number
svening. "expect intensive effort" to during the next 20 years.
the be- When you suffer from disturbed digestion or gas, see jour
Atlantic Avenue Playground, insure the citizens of the State Cody Bailey of Ft. Pjerce, of available.years as money chiropractor, he may be able to give you prompt and lasting:
supervised play, 3:30-5:30: : p.m., are informed of the facts con State JayCee President, told the comes relief, even though other methods have failed.
SEPTEMBER Don Nanney, Inst. cerning the referendum. delegates that it would be necessary President Bailey remindedthe
; THURSDAY, SEPT. 19th. The action was taken at the for every JayCee member to JayCees that the bonds j
Special Double Session Ballet: Summer Jaycee Conference held ![ bring the facts to the voters so would be paid off by present I r;: Hours[ .
Class in the Auditorium at 10:00: I they will be able to vote wisely taxes on sporting equipm.ntwhich
in Naples this week. (
: AT 8 P. M. a.m., Julanne Owens, Inst. I I I on Nov. 5. means the people who use
M ,red. Fri.
Baby Ballet Class in the Audi Urging the adoption of the the outdoor recreation areas the : n., .
I I Cody reminded the delegates
f4 torium at 11:00 a.m., Julanne Resolution was R. R. (Jack) most will actually be paying the .# 912 & 2-6
Owens, Inst.Beginners. Horner of Palm Beach, Vice i' that passage of the bond referendum entire cost of the bill.

On ashen Curve Ballet Class in toe Chairman of the Central and ; will not increase taxe Bailey urged every JayCee j 131 Kings Street
Southern Florida Flood Control I: one cent, but will make it possible
Auditorium at 3:30 p.m., Julan unit in the State "to use every
District. I to provide the Phone 729-5614
necessary recreaition -
ne Owens, InstAdvanced effort in support of the refeicii- k
: West of 5 Points Ballet and Toe Classin Horner told the delegates assembled '! areas now while the land is dum to insure the citizens of the Kingsland, Georgia
,: still available.
that "If Florida is to
the Auditorium at 4:30: pm., State are informed of the facts
.., Julanne Owens, Inst. continue to attract tourists and.i i Cody said the outdoor recreation and that the proposed amendment
Adult Ceramics Class in the at the same time provide ade program will move forward! to Article IX of the State DR. C. R. CROCKER DR. T. A. OWEN L
: 2 PROMINENT SPEAKERS Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m., quate outdoor recreation' for its : with, or without, the approval of Constitution is voted on favor-
Hank Sides, Inst. citizens, voters on Nov. 5 must the voters, but it will cost tax ably.
.. I I Men and Boys' Health Club in approve the Outdoor Recreation payers millions of additional dollars !- Kingsland Chiropractic Clinic

: the Health Club, Room, day and Bond Referendum to make funds unless the referendum is Life magazine reports that a
evening. available to purchase the sitej passed. of 25 merchandise-minded!
PUBLIC INVITED I I survey "Associated with Owen ChiropracticClinic
Atlantic Avenue Playground, needed. 1 1l' I Ii [ Horner declared that interest builders from coast to coast:
I supervised play, 3:30-5:30: : p.m.,I'i With the unanimous approval''costs to pay off the bond' issue showed that builders credit 60% of Jacksonville"

I Don Nanney, ,In trji. l'of the resolution, the JayCee/ iwi11. be saved many times over of their sales ,to newspaper ads.
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