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Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: September 19, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ALL SET FOR THE OPENING GAME Friday night with Buck Bibb, Benny AI1'yarerJack Barniak, Mike Pikula Wayne Arnold, Carl Anderson, Jerry Beard, Butch "'H. Roy Cox, Ken Forehand, Mike Fiala, Mike Rice, ?Ned Ty-

Camden County in Woodbine, Georgia, are the 1963 Pirate Billy Miller, Eftiane. Rowland. Jim Young, Allan Cover, Hams, George Sheffield, Kirby Hendrix, Raymond Row- son, Richard Nobles, Randy Price, Richard Schomas,

gridders of Fernandina Beach High School. Left to right, Barry Rice, D_ vid O'Steen, Beryl Rice, Chuck Howard, land, Chip Wood, Curtis McCorsley, Joe Thrift, Ray Rowe, Tommy Clark, Steve Beckett. .
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II F.B.H.S. Pirates Open 1963 Grid, Season Against Camden County Friday Night ,! i


'TJV. CUlt GORDON i, take on the Camden County HurThe rjcane j have tied .onf fP dtl l lost one first game although the oppo a good game and I think we can games already, but I think our tackle who has been hampered by a pulled muscle but he is: ex. f
-Fernandna; Beach Pirales ricanes. The game will be the in- in the two games playe4 this seaents have two games under their win" Coach Benner said at an boys are ready." I injuries during practice sessions, pected to be ready for the game. i I

will launch their 1963 football itial outing of the season for Fer- son. belts to give them some game aci-i early interview this week. "We The Pirates have no serious in- will be ready .for the Camden i Coach Benner indicated this
season Friday night when they;. nandina and will be the thrd Coach Wayne Benner. is enthus-. vantage have to go into the game know'juries to speak of as George game. Benny Alvarez was slowed week that he will start the f ol-

travel to Woodbine, Georgia to ,| game for Camden High. The Hur- ed at his chance$:, !ti inning the ;, "I think we are ready to play i ing that Camden has played two Sheffield, the big 215 pound. some during the past week with (Continued on page 3)I) I

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Since 1858 Absorbed by Purchase Merger or Succession The Florida News, The East Floridian The Peninsula, The rernancuna Courier, -me Island City. Feraaiwna Uoserver, Fernandina Express The Fernandina News The Florida Mirror, The Nassau County Star The News, The Fenian dm Record t
J Fernandina News-Record. Nassau Courtly Leader The Outlook The Florida-Georgia News. The Fernandina News The Buccaneer. ...:: !
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VOLUME 106 NUMBER FERNANDINA BEACHFLORIDA- IIURSDAySEPTE IBER 19,1963 12 PAGES THIS ISSUE lOc PER COPY t ti
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3 II I I I y .r t fi 'PR oow : y. the the passed operation expenditure of on an special the appropriation of first budget the of ,$803,535 City reading sessions of ordinance Fer for for, Die In Mishap On l I. S. 11 I i t!It}I



I The normal calm oa', Sunday nandina Death during the corning (
afternoon in Fernandina Beach fiscal year.
was shattered as newi. filtered Final action on the budget will U. S. 17's tragic death toll

in to this city and rapidly spreadof be taken at the regular meeting mounted Sunday afternoon when
a serious traffic accident in of the Commission on Wed four Fernandina Beach men, all

Yulee and the appalling loss of v nesday, Sept. 25, at 7:30 p.m. '. employes of the Air Traffic Con I
I four lives. As families were notified Estimated expenditures and receipts trol Center in Hilliard, l lost their
and the names of the vic may be noted in a legal lives in a two car, collisionon
tri
tims subsequently released, the notice on Page Six of this issue. the rain swept highway jut
concern for human life changedto v + North of Yulee.

horrified disbelief that four ev Ali a.y The four were killed enroute
of the finest young family men I Flenniken Tells I home from workV n their :

in this area had come to this | MAYOR E. J. JOHNSON, JR., this week proclaimed the t 19,61 Falcon station: wagon went i

: tragic. ending. The f eling was;| sale of light bulbs by the local Lions Club. At right is Chamber of Meet out of control on the wet pave
intensified when it Avas noted ment and skidded into the pathof
Lions President Ben Clarke with one of the cartons the i
that eight young children were Lions will offer for sale. Proceeds will the localclub's an oncoming car, a Cadillac
rendered fatherless in the veritable | go as !In Jax Beach I sedan driven by Donald Thomas
contribution to the Florida Foundation for the
twinkling of an eye. Thehigh Wilson, 22, a sailor enroute from
caliber of these men ha* Blind. The Lions plan a house to house canvass throughout President Chuck Flenniken told Mayport Naval Station to a new

been manifest in many ways the city during the sale. Left is City Manager David i directors of the' Chamber of assignment in Charleston, S. C.

since they moved to this city in Gatchel as he witnessed Mayor Johnson's.signing of the Commerce of the';:recent; meetingof Killed were, William E. Pyron,
connection'I' the Florida Crown Council of
in
the past few years |
proclamation. 37, driver of the station wagon,
at the/: Chambers of Commerce as the
with their employment
I Otis Alston Pendleton Jr., 19,
Control Center local group met Monday in regular
Milliard Air fromj I II John Melvin Thompson, Jr", *27, .

I home which Sunday point they Tb..were-aame enroute)1tgh t I II Cargal Promoted By Container Corp, i Inn. monthly I. sessioi, f V at Seaside/. d and Raeford Lee Peiry" .25' .. '!t,

caliber it s' .a1 6bern"inagtfeg Sin :, In telling 'or: the annual meet. Corp V. 0. 4 |#*' i%tt- I

efforts to promote a moving !, To Sales Manag9f.oT.Dhiia Divifiq"if; !'jng- at Jax Beach, Flenniken' State HfehwajrPWoVSaid. Vil, I,
oi1'he
here of others of the same type.I .i noted ,that a group on the Council : son told him was driving '
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the I is seeking to formulate brochure north on the highway when the
a
at
f. who are now employed I The promotion of Warren Cargal ager of the Dallas plant of Container 1 i southbound car went out of con
that will the
Center and of others who expect{t tI encompass
1 The to. the position of Sales' MarWAKKEX Corporation of America. .'cities and attractions on the trol and skidded broadside into
here
I to be transferred soon. the : was announced' this week by D. Buccaneer Trail. his! vehicle. Wilson was given
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that not only
remains -
point ) A. Theobald, of the local
J manager treatment at Hum:
Flenniken also noted that he emergency
families, but the entire citizenryre I
container division.
the for this unfortunate J and other local citizens: attended P phreys Memorial Hospital for
mishap.poorer No one questions Cargal has been with Container the annual Florida Crown Council facial and knee injuries and I

I that' an adverse weather condi- ir .,'. Corporation since 1954, when Beauty Pageant in which Miss transferred to the U. S. Nayl!

tion.w.at.. the ,contributing factor .I he worked North Florida, and : Patsy Bailey of this city wad n Hospital for further examination.
.., and Alabama Both cars were demoKthed.
to the accident, but it behooves 6' parts of Georgia contestant.
all to strive for better. and 't in a sales capacity.In !j H, W. Ffshler reported on the AMASOX Corp. Amason was assisted in
1. us 'tf CORP. V. C. inspects the station wagon in which four Fernandina Beach
that i recent successful meeting here of the investigation by Trooper R.
modern highways so 1958 he moved here from
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more lost their lives Sunday afternoon. The vehicle skidded into ditch
men a following impact -
v i W.
officials and and
factQ'S.will bekept.'to road department Dougherty, by Nassau
such contributing z: :- .. Jacksonville after a promotion to with northbound Cadillac. The Cadillac is shown in the
i.8 minimum.. J assistant sales manager and his engineers of Florida and Georpii : a background, being tow- County deputies, Emory Walker,
success in that position is attesteJ for a discussion of the proposed ed from the Scene. Photo by Sgt. Jerry BriUch' Johnny Bodine and Colvin Sfltfth.

\ / ; Fernandina Beach-St. Mary's, Ga I All four of the victims were
his recent promotion.
divisions of Rayomer by
I The local \\ 1W i bridge. The meeting was sponsored -' Air Traffic Specialists atthe
and Container Corporation born in Annistor., Fernandina Native Lasserres See PreviewOf
Cargal
Incorporated was l by the Chamber. I Mrs. Emma Suhrer i i Federal Aviation Agency installation
of America continue to Alabama. He graduated from Hugh Stone, Jr., told the di i 1 Dies In JacksonvilleFuneral Lincoln Mercury : at Hilliard. Pyron,
with .
1 those Ga. and
for
school in ,
be stepping stones high Smyrna
rectors that the date for the annual i: Pendleton and Thomnson had
i initiative and ambition. Many are attended Emory University meeting is Oct. 31. Speakerfor Laid To Rest HereMrs. I for Anthony Louis ;! In Jacksonville I| made their home in Fernandina
of these Ferreira, 76, was held
echelon
tin the top Atlanta.He Saturdayin
now the dinner, to be held in the I I| Beach for about three years,
companies after earlier 'tours of is married to the former Elementary-Jr. High cafetorium, Emma Nagel Suhrer, 75, Jacksonville. Born in Fernan : Mr. and Mrs Gene Lasserre, transferring to the Hilliard Center -
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duty' heft and more recently three Sue Scoggins.of Smyrna and theyare will be Mayor Haydon Burns of I was laid .to rest in Bosque Bello : dina Beach, he had made Jackson- : Charles Lasserre and Curt Las from FAA's installation at
m more have made moves up the the parents of three children, I J Jacksonville. '; Cemetery on Tuesday morning, !I ville his home for 45 years. i serre were in Jacksonville last Imeson Airport in Jacksonville.

ladder. Warren Cargal leave Oct. Connie, Bill and Matthew.The I I Reed Lewellen reported that following Requiem Mass at 10 I He was a retired employee of I Friday to see a preview of the Perry had resided here two years,

Lfro"Dne local container divw- Cargals will leave for Dallas -' ballots have out for election a.m. at St. Michael's Catholic I I the Seaboard Airline Railroad Lincoln and Mercury line for 1964. !I transferring from the Memphu,
ion of0ontainer Corp of America around Oct 1 to establish of new directors gone for the com ; Church. The Rev. W. J. Holmes, j I and a distant relative of the Ferreira I The showing of the new cars I T enn. traffic office. ..

to assume the position of_sales CAItCAL their new home. and that results will be | pastor, officiated. i I families now residing in I was held in the Civic Auditorium j Pyron was a native of Selma,
1, manager of the company's Dallas ing revealed year later in the month. '! Mrs. Suhrer passed away last I Fernandina Beach. I I in that city. (Continued on page 3)IMPRESSIVE
branch. More recently Wesley : Friday at the home of her son, -- -- ---- --- ----
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Arnold moved to Chattanooga to I Ships Wait Turn Named as a vote canvassing I Dr. James H. Suhrer, in Aiken, .
Controller of all Thieves Ransack I I board were George Fox, Burns .
take over as
Southeastern Container plants. To Load Pulp At Bailey In other and business Ira HalL the Chamber I IS.C.Mrs.. Suhrer was a resident of |I II t. ('

1 And just prior to these Hawks two moves ConcessionsOffice Rayonier Docks moved to write a letter to the I Fernandina Beach until 10 years f
the ladder, Frank was
up when she moved to Aiken.
Road Board deploring the | ago
State
,
promoted from his local position I Shipping activity at Rayonierthis She a member of St. Mary's
0' death of four local men in a traffic i was
of Assistant: Resident Manager to head of At State ParkThieves I I week had reached the peak mishap on U. S. 17 and requesting -I Catholic Church in Aiken. |,
Rayonier Incorporated : where ships had to wait their turfs ; that the road be four- She is survived by two sons,
a plant in Washington .State.Every i! broke into the building I I at the docks to load cargos. |I; laned as a safety factor. I Dr. Julian G. Suhrer, Jr. of Jack-
loaded 850 : sonville, and Dr. James H. Suh
that houses the concession am! The S. S. Marjan
time I drive throughthe the business office at Fort Clinch tons of pulp Tuesday bound for I rer of Aiken; two brothers, Otto'P. '

intersection: at Five Points, State Park on Sunday night and the Mediterranean, while the S. S. : "HEP" School Set Nagel of Atlanta and Dan N. er
I wonder how much longer it cat made off with a safe and items I 1 Green Valley waited to get in. :! Nagel of Fernandina Beach'

be before a serious wreck will from the concession machines.The The Green Valley loaded 2300 I four sisters, Mrs. L. L. Brun-
i occur there. Six entrances to any Here For Saturday i wald, Fernandina Beach, Mr?. y
robbery was noted early tons, which included some pulp
intersection is danger enough Walter Leo Shave, Sr. and Mrs.
bound i rxP
Division
Monday morning by James Ma this from the Jesup ,
and doubly so when one of the i E. Morrow, both of Jacksonville
i JM. ;
i traveled of North 15th Street who was for India.: i i At Rec Center e.
thoroughfares is a much : and Miss Grace Nagel of
such as AlA, State taking one of his usual bicyclerides The ship sailed early today : Fernandina Beach and 11 ."
route 1 Members of the Society for the ; grand-
Road .200, the Buccaneer Trailor in the park and spotted the making way for the S. S. Taddei i children. I ;( .- L, 'e .
Preservation and Encouragementof i
whatever choose to call I safe on the Jetty Lodge road. Village which is loadjpg 1300 I I

it. Probably the you most dangerous He notified Park Superintendent tons of pulp for the Far East. I Bber"America Shop from Quartet Jacksonville Singinjin ; I
Al Blanchard Named
entrance" that from Fourteenth Gil Becker and it was discovered m.
I
Beach, Gainesville
Jacksonville
it is virtually impossible :' that the weekend receipts cf Little Promoted To Post I II 'B
Street as Tallahassee and Blackshear, Ga.,! Higher ff
the traffic going out :: $420.94 had been removed from
from.to.Ksee South Eighth Street toward'Yulee. I I (Continued On Page Two) To Chief Clerk of will Saturday.The attend. a "HEP" School here I At Container Corp.
I
If nothing is to be I :: Utilities Co. Here "HEP" (Harmony Educa- R. E. Ph'nney} general man- : f f
done --eliminate or relieve this Police Chief i Parker tion Program) School will have : ager of the local division of Con- 1

hazard, then at least the area : Warns of ClampdownOn |! William Davis Little, Jr., has classes in music arranging, quartet -I tainer Corporation of America IIF4
should be lighted at night as a : been promoted to chief clerk cf promotion and chorus develop- i i announced today that Albert J. I I

I safety precaution. Local SpeedingExcessive the Fernandina Beach division of ment. Also there will be general !| Blanchard has been appointed as ,
I IThe 'Florida Public Utilities Co. He sessions on learning music of the 1 I Paper Mill Maintenance Fore r : $y '

News.Leader is interestedin I speeding in certain came here from the home officeat .Barber Shop Quartet variety. I: man. _

sponsoring a Toastmasters Club I areas of the city is currently West Palm Beach where he The school begins at 1 P.M. at I I Blanchard, a graduate Mechani -

for this city. The interest springs I plaguing local law: enforcement was in the accounting department. the Recreation Center and will i i ical Engineer from L.S.U., came }, <. '
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from an observation of the difficulty ': officers and Police Chief James Davis is a graduate of Palm ;, continue until 10 P.M. !j to Fernandina Beach in 1954 as', ,", .
that many have in spearing R. Parker warns that a clampdown Beach High School and attended Teachers in the school which is I a planner in the Maintenance Department ; '

on their feet and achieving i is now in effect I:! West Palm Beach Junior Collegefor promoted by the Amelia Island ; at Container. He mov- CEREMONIES' Sunday afternoon marked the dedication of the new

I expression. Such clubs have I I Parker cited that, with the : two years where he receivedhis | Chorus of the SPEBSQSA, will be :| ed into the Engineering Dept in I $285,000 educational building of the First Baptist Church. Shown with the handsome

i proven of immeasurable benefit I opening of school, children are on Associate Arts degree.He I I Fred Bond of Fernandina Beach, 11955 and since that time has plaque which was unveiled and which will go on the front of the building are left to
in other cities and the same should the move to and from school and i Marshall Walsh of Jacksonvilleand [been, working as'a Project En- II
interestedis I and his wife, Maria, are i right, Rev. Orrin Stites, Field Secretary of the Northeast Florida Baptist Association;
be true here. Anyone that speeders a constant of Jacksonville
urged to contact the News- I, threat to.their safety.are presently residing at Seaside Beach.Jim All Farley have attended prior i gineer. Dr. John Maguire, Executive Secretary of the Baptist Association; Lloyd Wolters and

Leader and it is hoped that ,some Violators will find themselves Motel district schools of this type. Women of St. Peter's annual 1\'. R. Price, Sr., chairman and vice chairman of the building committee, and Rev.

civic group might take this as a I subject to the full extent of traf- Anyone interested in Barber I Smorgasbord, November 16. PUn James T. Dunnam, pastor of the church. Rev. Stites and Dr. Maguire spoke at the

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Page Two News-Leader,. Fernandina Beach,Florida -'Thursday, September 19, 19G3, I. : Thieves RtsackContinued "A CoffiffitBUBt is 4 fellow *and itf
i i iRA PROCLAMATION i I twill gladly divide his hunger .
I thirst with you if you'll divide
DiKA BEACH NEWS.LEADER ( from Page One) I II your pie &...coffee with htm. '
WHEREAS, the Lions Club of ,
--- the broken-open safe along witha i Ernst Welkin Cn JJ
511 ASH STREET PHONES 3686 2687 J TheNotion Fernandina Beach is cop- number of credit cards and p*.. '! LjfHenes ...**
ducting their First Annual ((0. Enterprise.
A John K. Perry Newspaper pers.
Counter I I Light Bulb Sale; and Sherff H. J. Youngblood was ---
""$.l. Eajr Caldwell, Editor andNATIONAl Mauu'r1IAQ i II .
I WHEREAS, the Lions are sell notified and it was discoveredthat
: o) BY PAUL WARWICKIt's I ing a Light Bulb ProjectPak a cigarette vending machine ASKINS
, 110' ,r EDITORIAL! of nationally advertised had also been broken into ana i

i strange, how light bulbs at regular priceto looted of cigarettes and money
: sometimes,
I 0 Q UASJCTt3U: : :: : ono piece of news, large or"small, r t the residents of this area A quantity of postage stamps also LAUNDROMAT
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: a I will set a person's mind a-wander- from door to door; and were taken and efforts to break

I( s. ABC AUDITED PAID' CIRCULATION ing off on lon<*-for rotten trals. WHEREAS, the purchaser receives open another vending machinewere Coin Operated

dished every Thursday and entered at the Post Office : Some day and I suppose thpv full value when buy- noted. .=
I .Fernandina Beach, Florida as second class mail matter. are rieht that this nostalgia, I ing this package of buij>; The thieves! gained access to Dry Cleaning -

=- Subscription Rates: this digeing back into cast memories I andWHEREAS the fort by driving around the Music While You Wait -w
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$4 a year $2.25 6 months $1.25 3 Months i is a sign of age. Those the Lions Club h East side of the brick wall of the ""

I $450 a year out of county who have this tendency can only having: this sale for the bene- Atlantic Street entrance Mrs. Kathryn AbefeAttendant rv 4

I I wish that backward-think'ng wea; fit of their '4work in Sight Youngblood! was assisted in the '

the only sign of age without the Conservation\ and other community investigation by Deputies John 515 South [i inlrth'&tree .
Florida Lagging lIT Higher Learning I accompanying sparsely gray hair servvjeT'' activities; Bodine and Colvin Smith. ,
and short-winded --
creaky joints tail -- .
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, .5. 1l..c.J. S94lYAWtY.1tMp: t12?
From the day of automobile pioneer Henry Ford till the ,I ness. NOW, THERE/QSE; I, E. J.
of Alan and Gus Grissom I My last such attack came when I Johnson, Jr.;bj"!rife of the au
day pioneer astronauts Shepard I A Scene from the musical comedy "BYE BYE BIRDIE"showing
'I read that the U. S. Senate fin- I thority vested in jne as Major of
rougbly from 1905 to I960 not a single public university Sunday and Monday at the Han Theatre.Kiwcnians I the City of r Feraandina Beac'a, FINAL CLEARANCE ewDARRELL'S
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vast in this busi-ness II ) .
state.
-- Florida, do Tiereby proclaim September M1SS3 i.1 i.-

:233J any wonder that Florida now faces a crisis in higher ,I permanent postmaster of Fernan- i i I THE WATCH BIG ANNOUNCEMENT THIS PAPER FOR of 21 through September 23, 1 Motor Trend "CAR OF THE YEAR"'" ,
I education facilities? :I dina Beach. : I Hear I 1963 as
the greatest show of the year:
63 re rnor Farris Bryant posed this rhetorical question i I Th's automatically reminded me I Whose! Why The Woman's Club LIONS LIGHT BULB WEEKIN .. .,

at alSSeting in Tampa on September 7, kicking J off 'a drive ,: of Louis O'Connell, who now 3'' Lecture; Review annual entertainment of course. WITNESS WHEREOF, I RAMBLER

'or voter support of a constitutional amendment which postmaster at Augusta, Ga., and It's a rip-roaring, rib-tickling have hereunto set hand
uilluiuihcrize bond financing of junior college and univer- '1: of days when Louis and I watched ., musical that will give you a wonderful my
sityiEJISmsion. I, the early Master's Golf Tournaments -I Coming Events evening: out. Remember the this A.D. 12th day of September, AUTO SERVICE' I
1963.
I I and had other fun in and datesthree big nights --, Oe.

The arguments for this program are compelling. Over- around Augusta long before ;: BY TOMMY HALL tober 8, 9, 10. This is one >ou'il E. J. Johnson, Jr. 8Tff AND JASMINE STREETS

whelming support for it should result from merely presenting Louis had any idea, I am sure, of I Kiwanians were privileged to love! Mayor ...... _......P.. J: _"-'< .. I
those arguments to the voters. 1, helping to safeguard the mails hear honorable James T natal, au- ..
"' I *SWilllK>*f m&l KiX
In most areas of Florida, particularly the urban areas, around Richmond County, Georgia : thor and researcher: speaking on |

the rieTd is self-evident. It H a need born of growth and it and its environs. I I the Arab States and their mili-
And that brought me to a tary and political alliances, on
is a growing need. Population statistics provide a graphicpicture' ,
:" ,. smooth triple play engineered not i Monday night. (The substance of j THIS WEEK'SSTOP
so long ago by George Fox, well- i his talk is contained in more detail :
i Conservation projections made on the basis of enroll- known proprietor of the Keystone in a separate article in this I| t
ment figures from the State Department of Education show Hotel and, among other things?i ii issue. ; :

that the number of high school graduates will jump from :;i the facile editor of the local Rotary The speaker was introduced bv ,.w

43,914 in. 1962-63 to 52,136 in 1963-64, and to 60,333 in 1964- Club's bulletin a breezy : Program Chairman Jim Bush, and ; I
63. little weekly publication that has : presented one of the most inter- l
'. generated smiles and mach: !
many esting which the club
This rapid increase will continue so that by 1970 Flor : programs
commendation the dub I
among has had in time.
some !
idawill have an estimated 218,000 students enrolled in public ,, membership. I e \

anil'private institutions of higher learning. I My wife and I, in the first I Kiwanian as his guest Stan, a Tarlton v'siting! presented Kiwan-

These prospective college students are the "war babies" place, had known the Foxes some ian, Lucian Reed of Benton, Ar BEST BUYS TOO: IN I AUTOMOBILE SERVICE SPECIALS I
which caused Florida to inaugurate its first educational .:,years ago in Atlanta. kansas.

borrQ\\jo2: program back in 1952. At that time Florida voters In late Spring: of this year, Key Club members who were w

approved an amendment earmarking part of its auto however, George drove by our presented as guests of the club I : .,
tag receipts for bonds to construct public schcool buildingsat place on the beach and told me to were Ted Steger and Steve Bec- COUPON uMHHWWIWP,,,,. k ..,, .W "
: in the he had THIS
hop car a man WTH
the elementary and secondary le\els. I
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he wanted me to meet. I hoppedin kett.President Rauschert reminded I j ; ,h Now these "war babies" ready for college but
are and off went.
: we
the members of the Florida Ki- ;
Florida colleges are not ready for them. They will not be, I We drove something over two wanis District Convention ben! : j tour 00 r to oor iW /

unless this bond program or an adequate alternative is ap- miles north. George drove up to I held in Jacksonville on September' j on Iet; .I :

pro\', (t And the only alternative, Governor Bryant points the Seals cottage on South Fletcher 21, 22 and 23rd at the George II j 1

out, is a sharp increase in state taxes. and stopped. After a few 1' Washington: Hotel in Jacksonville j p w ,
minutes wait he suggested thatI
But bonds with the interest that must be paid on them and urged everyone to attend, at ]!, Rig
get out of the car, go into the IO-gallon I
least of the session. '
over a long period, are expensive, you may say. True, but I II a portion ; ,.,.- ( '
tell the there 'aJal"'r'
cottage and man i '" .
On September 27th tie ,., -
Friday, j .
I I ; :: i
borrowing is a sound and established business principle x .11'.
that George Fox was waiting out '
I
Kiwanis cfub will hold its Annual)-' "' .' .
when the of return is than the cost of borrow- ; lJu'Jt'' ', :, i
rate
greater I side. George hadn't yet mentioned Kid's Day at the Elementary | :..: .:: J } t'ne ,
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I ing." i the name of the man I was going I School on Atlantic Avenue. Thert* \ Si :.J' ': (' "i\(>

t While many of the gains inherent in a college education '; to meet. will be the usual events, Best.l j! !. .g I io cuntrn Watt'fJfPO, ,( .'" "' .,. ..
('ti Jh ti w
cannot be expressed in dollars and cents, some can; and i Obediently, I went up the stairs I II Decorated Bicycle, 50 Yard Dash, 'I 5. ..: lo1'H' I
those alone the economic soundness of the borrowing I and was confronted by a start- Tug of War, and refreshments// 0-: : 11.1, n dl es.
'Cho'
prove :j Irgly: familiar face. A face I I _- ('(>ofl ,
:
beginning at 11:30 to 12:15: with'the i. 'I (''Pl
plan.. }t'llow k'k
-
well but couldn'tplace tu.
knew pleasantly '
: "
'
first grade. >\= ::; r 1 or l'QuO/se/ 'EI
The college graduate over his lifetime, will for while to neck. ; san(."'-I/wood/ -,
average a save my Judges for the contests arenij! / I J<: >i. .? -
earn about $160,000 more than the high school graduate If :i (Age again, I guess, coupled with Tom Digby, Lonnie Hollingswoith,.f- 2'-,: ,pioldea # NOW So
expansion of our higher education system results in only 1 I surprise.) David GatcLel and Nelson Moyer. \ : == eHeavyduty Niter N skid J r

t 1,0(10( additional} collpge graduates, the return to Florida. i! It turned out to be ,Lee Ballard Prizes will be awarded at t1Ui.t t m- design a 's- '.. ,. ,. .,. .
l will be $IGO rjiimouMoie ,/ a frequent visitor, .to Fernandina conclusion, of each evert. The : <,7' N): : .'.
I' ;. ; Beach front' Augusta and an old program will end with the To? .1 1- ,UoYeTSaI fit [or Limit one to : 1 '0t .. 61
tangible arguments for the bond program are mate of mine at Emory 1 .- American cars. s -
college of War between 2:30 and 3.Q0 most customer limit
that( would allow the state to meet today's problem today : University in Atlanta whom I : P.M. : :; { ice of rCho ed,blue, a f one to .
:
and- that in doing so would stave a large amount on construction hadn't seen in 30 years. Nostalgia t rrpen or blacK. .. :',....a",...l'ustom..,,.. er :.;.. :
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costs. For the 10 building costs in the set in again, in spades. I ,.. ... ,
past years, ,N :;.e' ,,,_ ea
Posthumous Citation ... ,
I It Lee who told me Louis ; a' '' ",. -.. ..... .
I' Southeast have been rising at the rate of four or five per !I was I 'I n1Mt I 'Itl'' M -- ,
cent a year and there i is no reason to expect any change in : O'Connell was now postmaster at I Given W. S. Votes, Jr.: I ,h tt ,
And that brought
me
Augusta.
1 I
that{ trend. : back around to Bill Melton. I By Pres. KennedyMrs.
Rw trend that can and must be changed is Florida's Ii IiI
I This may be too personal to interest Lee Youngblood, of this i
{ldu'atlonallag in comparison with such progressive statesas most people, but it does illustrate !- : city, received a posthumous t TIRES

California, and even with the nation as a whole. Our a point and probably wiil i iI tion of her son, William S. eita-I CV i

J economic) as well as our academic stature may depend on it._ I remind you of similar experiences'in Jr., recently from President: 1

|More statistics are pertinent here. In 1962 of every your own past. I F. Kennedy.The )

100-younjr people in Florida between 18 and 21 years of age,.:i re-I citation read: "The United
:31 Were in college. California had 58.7 of every 100 in col- Speaking of postmasters States of America honors the memory ,
I minds one, quite easily, of stamps of William S. Yates, Jr.
lego; over the nation, 42 of every 100 were in college. and stamps, without !
postage i I This certificate is awarded by a
I Result of this lag, according to a recent survey made : much effort, can remind you of grateful nation in recognition of HERE

bv pro Ralph W. McDonald, is that "an untold number of trading stamps. devoted and selfless consecrationto I Some discontinued tread I G S d Ythi A 9

Florida: young people have already been permanently i I Which prompts me to utter a the service of our country in (i designs priced for a fast t B y 0 U Wad t,/ No one else in town can

hant1ic,,ped" and "almost every urban center in the word of caution to husbands in. the armed forces of the United j, sellout...Don't miss out! T ?N .,, .' ; ., duplicate our deals. Come a ,
state i ii now being adversely affected" economically."Ftor'falrt's ,i the audieme. States. Signed, John F. Kennedy.' l lI \ in and see for yourself! a'. ..
If you ever agree to paste up Yates, who grew in Ferns- J Ji ..
education up
failure to provide higher opportunities 'I ..
: [in books the trading stamps your dina Beach, entered the armed j FIRST COME 'I'' '
at one advanced and graduate levels to meet growing 'i .i
:
better half acquires at Winn-
forces in of 1941 and j + ..
: August saw FIRST SERVED'
nee s has Ions since passed the point of endangering the
D'xie, Food Fair, or anywhereelse 2 2 of service in the Pa. Wt
years _
state's future," the report added. I don't let them pile up on i I cific campaign on islands such' a1- Get the, best deals! rNA I ..

I That, in capsule form, is the reason for formation of you. Slap them in the books as Guadalcanal.He EWE c' SHOP EARLY r ,- j
"Citizens for Florida's Future." with Thomas F. FlemingJr. fast as she brings them home; contracted a iungle disease S ua l r N r 1 ', 13. fNC HSf I

.. of Boca Raton as state chairman.You'll unless you're angling for one of during exemplary service and was 14. ZESe5 .10..

: be hearing a great deal about and from this citi- these quarter-books or half-book's mustered out as a Tech. Sgt. due eclat p I ili. 15.JWeft NCH fz r -
on purpose. to the illness. The citation. from
7en between new and November 5, when a fateful advice born of and at ,,, .
Ij group This is straight Kennedy is a tribute to, the esteem t ia"e t/ie / .a
decision on education will be made at the polls. I a recent half-day, almost, dedicated -: in which his service record I." E S es tor Y4w car

:It, and Florida needs your support. It has ours I solely to sticking hundredsand i was held. 1 .l TUBELESS p L L ? a

f without reservation. hundreds of stamps. into cute \\ and V N E ,
_._ little books.
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T i : Two Local Students TOBEytyotrtire''
It makes a full-grown man feel -
Auto Gives Mrs. Madeline Gerken !i 1 F
Western a trifle silly I Enroll At. Florida t Al S 0 N

Awpy 3 Big Prizes Buried[ September 6 Southern College 1] 't, rck Y o ur Ace.. litv mediate I n stalls tin i nvenr or Yof Ur who l e ,

At !Grand Opening In Basque Bello OrkndoAre Youths LAKELAND Two students ',,t j t spec fed USE 6 Qod ,,.

from Fernandina Beach are i' I 'ti Sm RE S
At* the grand opening last Mrs. Madeline E. Gerken, 56, among the 600-member entering : Used elude this r
Apprehended 1
of the Western Auto Associate sale
weekend was interred in Bosque Bello class of new and transfer stu- Slag i
Store under the new man- Cemtery on September 6, follow- dents at Florida Southern Col- 1Z

agenfcnt of W. D. Smith, owner, ing funeral service at Oxley Mortuary .10 Yulee RobberyWhen lege this fall. They are: ..

three; handsome prizes were Chapel conducted by Rev. ..1 Mary Ann Dickens, daughterof ,' ,, Iles d NYLON 1 TRUCK TIRES + '"
I
awarded to those registering at Father W. J. Holmes of St. Mich- Georgia, police Dr. and Mrs. Ben F. Dickens. i OnV l of vetse11 ,, 1
,
Kingsland tWeha /
the (tore. ael's Catholic Church. 15th St. and Dow Dixon I bu t
routine check of two 132 S. these rites at tire prices ,
: made
a passenger
Smith announced winners of thf Mrs. Gerken died suddenly on ; d ti
the ctv: : son of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Dixon, at u se
big prizes as, James Purvis, Kraft September at Yulee. i juveniles driving weekend through founda : Jr, 1615 Alachua! St. them .1 t ,
Village: the Wizard barbeque She was born July 30, 1907 in during the they chewing More than 2.000 students arc : lU }
grill E. A. Lewis, 302 South 14th South Dakota but had resided in I quantity of cigarettes, :! registered at Florida Southern r t

St., }he Truetone portable hi-fi; Fernandina Beach for a numberof gum, hair tonic and a new razor I this fall, including 400 in evening j t
and Mrs. J. A. Kendrick, 931 N. in the car. i iI .'
years. : classes. YOU
Fletcher, the Wizard vacuum 'ides A check were taken revealed from that the the Yulee art- I I ojI DON'T 1 NO MONEY DOWN j

cleaner... Attempt To Burn Supermarket and the boys, both I Weatherford Installed I I' '' t ,'NEED I When you trade-in your old tires .N

15, were returned here for a t1 CASH ,
I Girl Friend's Home ; As New Commissioner ,1
Cheerleaders
Yu
|fee i i hearing before County Judge J

Set Cake Sales Lands Man In Jail E. (Gene) Weatherford. i I On Housing Authority ,I
j I II I I When it was discovered that .
I Attempted arson at the home of in I J. E. (Gene) Weatherford was I
For Saturday : also implicated
i,I his former girl friend has landed I similar the boys breaking were and entering in : installed last week as.a new mem-1t;! Paced os shown ot Firestone Stores, competitively prkfd o Firesfone Dealers and ct ell service stations duplaywtg the firtston Nyn, .

Thte Yulee Hornet cheerleaders I James Dunham, local Negro, in Orlando, Judge Weatherford released -; her of the Housing Authority ot't I N,
are sponsoring Cake Sales on'' the county jail to await a hearing I the boys to their parents I the City of Fernandina Beach at j jj

Saturday, September 21, to be held before County Judge J. E. (Gene) and they were returned to face the regular meeting of the Au-! .

at |two locations Murray'! I Weatherford. charges in Orange County. !! thority. |
Store at O'Neal, and Yulee Super i I Lucille Jackson of109 12th i Deputy Sheriff Emory Walker Weatherford was named to the II,
Market, Yulee.Thje I Street told police that she saw I'investigated the break-in and : unexpired term of Rev. Johnj, |i
sale will be beld at each Dunham come to the front door Sheriff H. J. Youngblood dispatched -; Jones, who was recently trans. firelone
location between 10 a.m. and 2 of her home at 2 ajn. and thai he Deputies John Bod!ne and erred from the Memorial Method i i iI :

p.m.' and the public is urged to : started a fire. Dunham apparently Colvin Smith to Kingsland to return -I dist Church to a pastorate in Yent t: SUPPLY :
1 I II
lend I their support. Proceeds will doused the space between the the boys here 11.I ice, Fla. I ;
be used by the cheerleaders for screen door and the front door : I Other members of the Author i iI I

the llornets' first game on November with a fuel and ignited it with a ity are H. E. Luke, chairman Ray I 118 Atlantic Avenue .: ,MM 261-4482 1
19, with Folkaton Ga. at match. The fire was put out be- I Trade At Home I Caldwell, vice chairman, G. H., I I I 1 :
I' I
the Tutee gym. fore too much damage was done. Waas, Jr.. and A. B. Maxwell \ i i i !I
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City Officials Are Studying Plan For Land Fill Operation Here :



.. *. The problem of a modern and +!

Fd.. 4. sanitary method of disposing of
y k :: xy Y f
: 1i) ;: garbage.. and trash has plagued ':i 1

'.,. !w H'. .' ty officials for some tim and 1i
j f, 1.4.' T '" 1 study is underway to determinehe .+ i

A.fJ'. (I.. +, .,. best method of instituting &
\ /" land fill operation here. ,

hilL \4 "'+ / \ Recently City Manager David
<<
/ "..atchel City Drector! of Pu! 1i:
I
r R w Mzp Tories Jim Beard and Comni-
cN r ?'oners Ben Sorensen and L. L. r
_ _
Bohannon made a trip to Sanfordto
r 'w:: witness a model operation in


that More city.recently members of the :

Commission visited another land T' Titr

Y Beach.rill operation in Jacksonville :


Two avenues are open for the
pity if they decide on the type di

operation best suited to this area.

They can either work in coopera-
VARIOUS [PHASES OF THE SANFORD LAND FILL OPERATION are a Drott Bull Clam picks up the garbage and trash and distributes it over tion with the Mosquito Control

shown in the above photos. At left Fernandina Beach city officials David an area. Photo at right.shows the area after the tractor has completed Authority of Amelia Island and

Gatchel, L. L. Bohannon, Ben Sorensen and Jim Beard watch as a garbage its work of distributing the refuse, covering it with earth and compact secure a certain amount in match

truck dumps a load. on the land fill site. In center photo a tractor with ing the fill area. ing funds from the state or theycan
institute an operation by city
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II News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida -Thursday, September 19,1963 Page Three equipment and city employees.The i

James Batal Addresses Kiwanians On Sanford operation, recog-
.:. :'. ':':., nized by municipal and health of

t/ .' ... :. Rev, Moyer Gives ficials as one of the best in ex
,. I The Arab World In Relation To U.S. istence for cities of that size, is VISITING THE CITY OF SANFORD to view the land

w Rotarians View of i accomplished by the use of a trac- fill operation there recently were several city officials,
t I tor with Drott Bull Clam that
"None of the 13 politically independent fecting international relations, itI' a shown in the above( picture furnished by the Sanford,
the garbage after it i is
picks
: I Arab states has any I is important that the Arab states 'I up : Herald. Front row, left to right Director of Public Works
Life dumped by trucks and distributesit
In Alaska military or political pact with any .be on our side. They want to be evenly over a fill area and then Jim Heard, City Manager: David Gatchel and Commissioner -
Communist state, including Russia I lour friends and ask that the U.S.
o' 'I covers it up and compacts thr L. L. Bohannon. Back row, left to right, Ray
a I BY PAUL WARWICKHis ," said James Batal of Coral i I recognize not only in words but loose earth. mend Sittig, administrative assistant to the Florida Lea'gue '
Gables, former lecturer in journal i in deeds: that as sovereign states I
close
x. acquaintance with The areas land filled in the of Municipalities, Sanford City i Manager W. E. i
w.. Alaska, where he six I sm at the American University -;I the Arabs have just as much to ...
spent Sanford have been
yearsas operation ie- Knowles and Commissioner Ben Sorensen.
in Lebanon he ad- formulate domestic in ,
Beirut policies
a missionary, formed the back | as I I I claimed and it I dressed the Fernandina Beach Ki- their self interest as docs the ,
ground for .
s yesterday an interesting I in the past ten 31.83 acres
and informative talk before' wanis Club at its dinner meeting I United States in its interests." I I years r I I t I jngin with Camden County in
of waste land have been converted :
Lions Hear Coach I
''at the Seaside Hotel Woodbine Ga.
on Mondayi I
the Fernandina Beach Rotary Batal was introduced by Wile to property now valued at $75- '
Club the i i evening. liam L.. Webb, president-elect of I I Boih echoed Benner's optimistic -
by Rev. Nelson Mover, 000. The land fill went in over a
I "Communism is barred in all the Kiwanis Club. A question Tell observations and said ,that
pastor of Memorial Methodist I period low swampy area that had little h of Outlook
Church. I I Arab states and where Communists followed the talk. value.It this is one of the better squads

The introduced operate they do so underground noted by Sanford offi- they have worked with.A .
speaker, by I was
Dick Galphin program chairman, I ," said Batal, author and I Former Fernandinian cials that the new operation eli- I For 63 Pirates lengthy question and an-

enlivened his remarks with researcher with a background of. minated a previous, costly, inefficient swer period attested the Lions''interest
a ser-
: ies of color slides which not only 20 years concerning current developments Listed In Who's Who and unsanitary condition. ,I Head Football Coach at Fer' in the subject. Bennerwas

gave the club members a new idea in the Middle East. Of American WomenThe Today, the report said there are nandina Beach High School presented to the club Members

1 lof many phases of Alaska and its i "Communism is not illegal in the no flies no smoke and no odors Wayne: Benner, and two of his by Tom Tilman, program
.
uFIJANZ I United States. According to a 5 with the and assistants, Lewis "Red" Bean chairman.
connected
people, but also testified to Rev. name of Mrs. Joan S. Mc- garbage
MITCHELL local businessman, is shown with Moyer's consderable: talents to 4 decision of the U. S. Supreme trash disposal.The and George Tyson, provided the i|. Preceding Benner's address,
as a
Gus Grissom of Astranaut fame as they attended a ceremony photographer. Court in June 10C1!) Communist Nutt, who only recently moved to new type operation is still program at Tuesday night's meet president Ben Clarke called the

in Orlando :to receive degrees in Masonry, along :are required to register as foreign l Miami with her family to estab- under discussion by the city officials ing of the Lions Club. :!i: Lions attention to the current

with some 250 candidates from throughout Florida. Gris- Leaving in a pastorate in Callahan agents. You can find the addresses lish a home there, has been included and a decision is expectedin I Coach Benner sounded an optimistic i 1 i Light Bulb Sale as an aid to the
1953 the minister and his
in Who's Who of American
som, left, gained fame as the second Astronaut into outer family drove overland to Alaska and telephone numbers of Women the editors of the newly the near future. note for the upcoming ; Florida Foundation for the Blind

space. He received his York Rite degree at the one-day in 1953, stayed three years, returned j Communists agencies in the Man- published Third Edition have an- season as he pointed out a num- and urged the Lions to lend every

affair at the Bahia Temple in Orlando. Man in right in 1956 for a three-months.1 hattan telephone book"Speaking i nounced. Gray Funeral ber of key factors that should effort to make the project a suc-
as resident-lecturer in make this one of the Pirates' bet cess.
unidentified. furlough then returned
background was to the
far northwestern I Florida for the Arab Information Nationally the new volume totals Held En CallahanFuneral ter years. : It was announced at the meeting wi
-- --- state for another
I Center of New York City, Batal 20,500 names, 8,800 of them : that a golf match betweenthe
mas a Junior, will be at right three years making all four I for the first time said Publisher of In comparing this year's team
for Leon Gray CO,
said that Club
: Rotary and the Lions
' trips by auto."Driving with last year's relatively small
F.B.H.S. Pirates t
halfback. Schomas 180
weighs : Jackson Martindell board chairman -
Callahan held last Fridayat
,
was
has been for
set Oct. 16.
"Just the United States up
I as carries i but speedy eleven, Benner said
? I
and is I to Alaska is not the
pounds expected to carrya of Marquis-Who's Who Inc, Jones Cemetery in Callahan. ,
'I (Continued from Page One) heavy burden of ball carrying chore some people would have Communist on commercial states relations do with the Chicago. They were chosen by the I He is survived by his widow, !! that his probable starting back- :: Patronize Our AdrertirersCooper's
so field in the first would
"
for the Pirates. you believe said Rev. Moyer. I' editors of the game .
parent publication.Who's ,
Clara three Grady, U. S.
lowing! lineup: Chip Wood 170. I Arabs. According to a report by ; sons average from 180 to 190 pounds. ;'; --- --- --------
pound Senior, and Joe Thrift, 170- The fullback duties are left up I Fishing is still No. 1 among I a U. S. House Committee under Who in Amerca: from Army, Bobby of Crawford and'I
pound Junior, will be the ends. to Wayne Arnold 180-pound Sen- !, Alaskan enterprises he said, and Resolution 403 printed in Jan business, science, education the Jessie, Bryceville; 9 grandchildren He cited also that he has a ,
it was mainly to protect its fish- arts government and other meritorious and sister Mrs. Lila 215-pound tackle who is expected
Beard I ,
Junior a
JerrjT: 185-pound ior who is an apple in the eye to eries that the citizens of the territory uary 1962, the United States exported fields, including civic ac- Daniel; to be a bulwark on defense along Laundry
Butch Williams 215 Jacksonville.
and
-pound
the coaching staff at Fernandina goods valued at $201 mil-
I ;( were so eager for state I tijity. with his other rough and ready i
Senior will be the tackles William Beach High. Arnold is J! power-i hood. Outsiders from otheiv, lion to the Communist bloc in linemen.In .
{will bethe, mainsa9an'tb' fc parts and in Surely The McNutts lived at Amelia Callahan ,
ful runner and is counted on to I of the United he i Europe $279 1960. 4-H Boys Coin-Operated
States added as looking to the future, Ben- j
I Pirate line as he will play both'be the main yard gainer for the if the U. S. has a right to trade City for a number of years be-
I ways offensively and defensively Prates: during the season. I well as the Russians and JapanIese .i with Khrushchev who said he will fore the recent move. Mr. McXutt'I Parents To Meet ner indicated that the outlook { Laundry and Dry
were using Alaska's summer was bright since only 12 mem
;) Roy Cox, 140-pound Junior is an airlines pilot.
who said American
and Roy Forehand, 160-pound i On defense the Pirates will dePend i months to reap riches from fish II bury us and our Parents of Callahan 4-H Boys bers of this year's squad are sen c cI Cleaning
will live
grandchildren as
I will be the -I on Chip Wood and Mike I ing then taking the money i will meet Tuesday, September' 24 i I ions and that three of the start- i;
Senior, at guard positions ;
Arab
; Alan Cover, tough 180 : Pikula at ends. George Sheffield back home with them instead of i Communists, surely then Four FernandinaContinued in the Callahan High School auditorium ers in the first game will probably Mrs. Doris Howard,.
a
have the right to
i and Curtis McCorsley at guards, states same
Junior, will take of letting it find its way into Alas I at 7:30 p.m. be sophomores. Manager14th
pound care trade. In 1959 Arab states ex
the I' Butch Williams and Kirby Hen- ka's own economy. All parents are urged to attend Coaches Bean and Tyson also I
center ported goods valued at $307 mil. ( from Page One)
drix at tackles. This, he said, can be avoided to and assist with planning programsfor spoke briefly on the outlook for & Beech Streets
i
Ned Tyson, 165-pound Senior, lion to Communist states.
I Beryl Rice and Barry Rice will! a large extent now that the state Ala. and a veteran of World WarII. the coming year. I the season which starts Friday I
will be the quarterback. Coach I i The author of "Assignment: .
be the line backers with Benny can enforce its licensing laws or. He is survived by his widow --- -------'---
I Iflinnfcr Says Tyson is the coachon Alvarez Pee Wee Nobles and commercial fishing. Near East" and a former Nieman Mrs. Barbara Dayne Pyron; two

the field and has all the con- :, Steve Beckett being the defensive Rev. Moyer's talk and his> slides I Fellow in Journalism at Harvard daughters Lori Ann and Bar .

fidente in the world in this: boy halfbacks. both surprised many of his hear- University spoke on "The Strategic bara Dayne; and his parents, .... ....,.. .. ,

I to ta\e of situations arising !I It appears that the initial game ers yesterday by emphasizing the : Importance of the Arab Mr. and Mrs. William A. Pyron, r ....
care ; World to the Security of the Un- ,
during the i, of the season is all set for the j rich and colorful growth of flow all of Fernandina Beach. Funeral IF I =* itqp '
: game. I ited States. He cited specifically I fIJ
and other vegetation which: \
ers
Pirates as they travel to Woodbine service was held Tuesday at 4 i ; -
Rowe, 185-pound Senior, oil, trade routes and religionas '
Ray
abound during the state's summer
night. the First
Georgia on Friday o.m. at Presbyterian ,
will be at left halfback. Rowe months. linked to American security."It I I
Church with Rev. John Dozier
runs hard and is always trying : "Alaska is a young state ir is Arab oil, principally, that Interment I' I \
castor officiating. was
I forge extra yard Richard Scho- Try A Classified Ad : the industries of our NA- '
keeps
) he said. "The
.. every respect, people in Bosque Bello Cemetery, with -
-- -- thus YOU
TO allies operating and ,
j are young with an average ': 1.. L Bohannon Jim Boutwell. l
I J age of 26 in 1956 and the new ,i i helps them to remain strong and Floyd Pileggi, John Gregory, )

state offers many opportunities tcP free against the Communist William E. Henderson, and Tho- \ .I
\ FINAL CLEARANCE P those who are sturdy enough to i i threat to dominate the world. Of mas Rich pallbearers. '
take advantage of them." i the free world's total petroleum
II Pendleton was born in Shelby I IN '
President Hugh F. Stone, Jr., i resources 69 percent is located. ,
1963 1 Motor Trend "CAR OF THE YEAR" I presided 'at Wednesday's luncheonat I II in the Arab World and only 16 C. and was a veteran of WW l -
I. Funeral was held this weekin
United States. How
the
the Seaside Hotel and Ken percent in
I Arab oil is to the Westis Shelby. He is survived by his
I I Forehand introduced the daisguest important I sAHi .
RAMBLER shown by the fact that 80 per- widow, Mrs. Janet Pendleton;
Fores-
Hux Coulter State
: .
: bur daughters, Marsha Patricia
of !
cent of England's consumption l/1//
and Bill
ter, from Tallahassee,
.
Sylvia and Caroline; all of Fer-
I Greinier, of Jacksonville Beach.: oil comes from the Iraq areas Beach and relatives in .
HARRELL'S AUTO SERVICE "Arab oil is produced by American North nandina' Carolina; whose names 'I' :' ;:; <..' '<'.'"
Women of St. Peter's annual British, Dutch and French '
8TH AND JASMINE STREETS Smorgasbord, November 16. Plan companies primarily for the were not available at press time. !I' '.,. ., / k4. ,.
'
: >
I : now to attend.CLEARANCE benefit of the West. Arab state Funeral! for John___Thompson, CAR I : .
j I receive about 50 percent incomeof native of Malme, Illinois, was i ; / 1. ; > < J

that production. When Arab held Wednesday at 4 p.m. in Me- (j) f ,
shut off from Europe morial Methodist Church with '
World oil ,
; was >
because of the Suez Canal nterment following in Bosque I II' .!,,<..,,.1.f'! "' < ........ '"

i fiasco in November 1956 the United Bello Cemetery. Rev. Nelson !! '',,,:,;' .,, '>'-?' / ; ..- '
SALE I States had to rush oil to Europe foyer, pastor officiated. Active j IN ,, r. "' < ,
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: to help keep its industries op- nallbearers were, Chuck Flenni-i!I -(. .

I irating. Our country, which is i ken, John Tester, James Bowers !

,! the world's greatest consumer oi Tim Beatty Bob Gingles and J.C. .
petroleum, is in no position to J. Campbell. Honorary were, I MIND.'C

ON ALL FURNITURE I supply any foreign country with Curt Lasserre, Don Robert, j! "

oil, so important is our oil to our Leon Jones J. C. Lewis Mercury :
security." Kavouklis and J. C. Mottayawall
i "The Arab World holds two members of the Junior Chamber '

AT I other keys to our international of Commerce, of which body!'
I : security" said Batal citing tradt Thompson was vice president. i

i routes and religion. "Only in the Thompson is survived by his wi- : I If you are thinking of buying a new car, give plenty of
I
does the United Mrs. Luwana Duncan
Arab World ow I
SHOP l' I: States have free access to sea air Thompson; two sons, John M. '
SHIELL'S SWAP '! and land routes that pass from Thompson, III and Kevin M. 'I careful thought to the matter of how to finance it to

( the Atlantic eastward toward the Thompson, all of Fernandina .,
: I Pacific. Similar routes pass Beach; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. i YOUR best advantage. The low-cost and convenient

I: through Europe, but Russia block Tohn M. Thompson, Sr. of Beth,
:: 16 NORTH 4TH STREET the U. S. from using them by Illinois; and a sister, Mrs. Sharon terms of an Auto Loan from us will make a big difference -

.. !' ','." her satellite bloc of Communist Palmer of Portsmouth, Va. .

states. Perry's body was shipped to I in YOUR favor Your own comparisons will J..'
'The religion of Islam is an Wilson, N. C. for burial He was j 'w":

All Items Must Go! :. other strategic importance. Some in ,f native of Bailey, N. C., and a convince you of this fact So come in t NOW and get all ..: ..-
[,75 million Arabs are Muslims member of the Methodist Church. I

.. ( the 13 politically independent He is survived by his widow
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the You'll be did
facts and !
figures. glad
... I i Arab states. Most Arab states Irs. Mary Alice Perry, Fernan- you
.. generally vote together in the ina Beach; his parents, Mr. and I
I United Nations. They' are ranked Irs. Willard J. Perry of Bailey
: DON'T MISS THESE BARGAINS .! as part of the 57-bloc of Asian- X,' C.; two sisters, Mrs. Frank I

.. 1 African nations in the U. N. The Vaughn of Durham, N. C. and
Arab Muslims have an impact not Miss Mickie Perry of Bailey; FLORIDA National Bankat

COME only upon themselves, but also five brothers, Delton E. Perry ,
IN TODAY! C'' I
upon 300 million other non-Arab ,f, Bethel, N. C., Harland G. Per- Fernandina Beach .

Muslims in the world. Thus they rjr of Vincent Town, N. Y., Rex

..II i compose a formidable group of Perry of Raleigh, N. C.. Eldred
; j states in the U. N. wherein the Perry of Ohoskie, N. CL, and aJ
16 NORTH 4TH STREET rest of the world, including the }Woody\ Perry of Bailey. ...." KOHAt BtfCSJf ......" COUOUTlOM

I U. S., numbers only 54. Hence it Oxley Mortuary was in chargeof

U obvious that ia any decision af- all local arra>ieaents, I

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fOUr News-leader, Pernandlna: Beach, Florida .Thursday, September 19, 1963 daughter, S/Sgt and Mrs. 'J I
Mrs. Bennett Gives
( Pete Brice, and children, Stevfe !

"House Plants" Circle CompletesBook Wells-Lewis Wedding Solemnized 1-.V.: Program On PERSONALS' i and all of Kathy New, and Orleans Mr., La.Hoyt Joiafo Caiiw( '. .J

Missions\ For WMU '
September ProgramFor Study On the group on Sunday were Mr. i
Miss Peggy Futch, daughter of j Mrs. H. E. Williams will leave and Mrs. Marshall Dunman and I

Hibiscus Club "Annie Armstrong" : ''!f. 'This is My Mission" T. V. Mr. and Mrs. Buck Knight, and Wednesday to attend the wed Arthur Dunman of Cocoa, Mr. !

i Program: was presented to the Miss Mary Painter, daughter of ding of her nephew, Carl R. Johnson and Mrs. Daulphus Miller and ;

On eptember 16th the first I The Eda Stertz Circle of the | T TM.U. of the First Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Milton Graham, be. on September 21st In Boston children Danny and Melodi of ,

meeting of the Hibiscus Garden I First Baptist Church met in the i I ,' Church during their monthly! jjen- gan studes Monday at Massey. Massachusetts. On her return Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Robert -

Club-for the new year was held home of Mrs. Ethel Rutledge on ;ral meeting. The narrator of the Business College in Jacksonville. 'I she will visit her son and Murphy and children, Ann, J
in the home of Mrs. T. J. Corbett, September 9th at 10 for his Mr. and Mrs.
a.m. a !program, Mrs. Freda Bennett. ; family, Aubrey Mike and Carol of Yule, and Mr. t
with Mrs. R. F. Carson and Mrs. book study. The title of the book Ken Nolan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Illinois.
f : presented four missionaries to tell Williams, of Chicago, and Mrs. A. B. Cam of St. Simwu: I
t I, Jack Hamrick as co-hostesses. I was "Annie Armstrong." ', : 3bout their mission fields of South : Lewis K. Nolan was home this Island, Ga. I
With, the newly elected :1 rs weekend from Chipola College. Mrs. Mamie W. Beard has returned
presi. At the noon hour a covered dish \raerica. They were Mrs. Melba I i( ;
from St Vincents tall! I
Hosp
dent;' Mrs. A. C. Markham, pre Shiver, from Venezala, Mrs. MaxHie : While in Jacksonville on Thura-
luncheon was served, with .eight! I Mr. and Mrs. Franz Mitchell I in Jacksonville, where she underwent
siding, the meeting was called t(, \ Sims, of Colombia, Mrs. Bar. for several day, Commander and Mrs. WalterM.
:. order. Mrs. L. R. Reed of Bentcn, members attending. Promptly af.1 bara Bryan, representing Ecuador had as their guests successful surgery. She i is Brobston were luncheon guestsof .
end
Arkansas, Mrs. C. E. Kenyon and i ter lunch, Mr. J. J. Klarer I I and Mrs. Ann Mottayaw. days, Mrs. Frank Barnhardt convalescing at the home of her Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Laney at .
Jr. of Tifton Ga. '
son Frank, son, Jim Beard and family on
Mrs. David Gatchell, were welcomed II the River Club.
er of the book, finished the re. Peru. The miss'onaries told of Before returning home the two South Fletcher Avenue.

as guests. view.A i : their countries and the strugglesand also visited with Mrs. Myra Barn i Mrs. Laverne Jacobs and her '
.
Mrs. Carl Quattlebaum, 2nd conauests on these new mission Frends: of Mrs. W. E. Briasoii'' l
I
short business meeting was : hardt. I i children, Annette, Helen, Wayne,
the
vice-president, out ;
gave yearbooks fields. !
i will to hear of the deathof
I and conducted by Mrs. E. J. Smith, I j regret Reg e, and Mike, left Tuesday lo :
r l explained the program I II Following the close of the "T. i Young Hall, son Chipper, and her sister Mrs. Lottie Richards attend the funeral of Mrs. Jacobi !

for the.new year. chairman. All reports were read V." program, Mrs. Jenny Lee presided mother, Mrs. L, L Hall, Sr., left I of San Mateo. Mr. and Mrs. brother-in-law, Alenzo Jacobs, in

I Mrs: 'R. B. Lockwood volunteer' and adopted. The circle gave over the general business : Saturday to take Chris and Gret- Brinson attended funeral ser. Patterson, Ga. Mr. Jacobs Jlea; ,

i ed fo serve as recording secre three sheets to the nursery of the [ meeting with the various report' chen Hall to Gulfport, Mississippi: vices Tuesday in Lake City. late Sunday afternoon at h.shome.
tary.The being given. |I' to attend Gulf Park College,
'"program on "House Plants' new Educational Building. I where Gretchen will begin her :Miss!! Beth Sayler, daughter of """' \
was presented by Mrs. James Bird A ,brthday! card was sent to ; It was announced that the 5th : junior year of high school, and Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Sayler, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Guy Germany and 1
be held Sep. 1
to LeniacLand
Monday Rally on children, Glenda, Gerald,
and 'Mrs. Jack Hamrick. Each Eda Stertz, now in Germany, Chris her freshman year of col. [ will leave Sunday for Douglas,
( tember COth at 8 will honor residents of
p.m. Lance former
,. member was given a house plant.Delicibzs from all members of the circle. / ,44 L.f I past pres'dents.: Also all offering !I lege. |I at Ga.South to begin Georgia her sophomore College. year Fernandina,, who now retide in I I

.,, refreshments were Mrs. J. C. Hazelwood closed x. VF14r4 taken at this time will go ,to the Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schmidt will Trenton, were here Sunday $'f I

served to the twenty member with prayer. 1'A :'Christian Education Fund. Two! .leave this weekend for Wood- I Mrs. Mary Moore, Mrs. Cleo the dedication of the new Ed IK a- ,

and ,three guests. I very deserving students going bridge, Va. to visit their son arid I Sayler and Mrs. Jo Goolsby visited tional Buildng: of the First Baptist I,

; Mrs. Mary Harrison ; into Christian Training and Education daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.,j : with p.thian.Sisters. of Church.
Edna :Ward Class I were the recipients of the ]( Ted Schmidt. Temple 3, Jacksonville, at their
I resents fund this I night. Mrs. Paul Haile, Mrs. Clese ;
Program ; year. regular meeting Monday
Honors Mrs. Dyal v' Thanks extended to a'h1 l li I Mrs. Sarah Waters is the guest Permmenter and daughter from
cor HD Meeting i I were and Mrs. L L I Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Marks of .
At toward Jacksonville arrived Wednesday
j who contributed ,
Supper stamps
PartyTh ..{/ i I
j \ Hall, Sr., after the three having West Palm Beach left Wednesday -
I I I The Fernandina Beach Home ., 1' I the six cribs and six mattresses : : to spend some time with Mrs.
I .. .. Y.' I spent a week at the Waters Cot afternoon after spending a
> Edna S. Ward with
Class I ordered
of Demonstration Club held its ( | that were green latter's J. J. G. Cooper.Mr. .
Sep. tage at Lake George. I week with the ) parents, ,
Memorial Methodist Church met ; for the in the new
i I i stamps nursery
tember in the Conference
meeting i' I Mrs. Lee Youngblood.
in Parish Hall Wednesday : Room at the Recreation Center i : : ;( Educational Building. Anyone con- Jerome Spence, son of Mr. and I I and Mrs. Gordon T. Butler

evening,. .where a covered dish i on Thursday, September 9, at I'tributing crib sheets can gve: Mrs. Steve Spence, Sr., left : Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Emery, and daughter, Miss Susan But! '," '-. \

supper was served in honor of 10 a.m. MRS. CLAUDE SINCLAIR LEWISThe them to Mrs. Aline Rodeffer. Tuesday to begin his junior. year : Jr., and daughters, Beth, Eleanor and Dean Oxlcy, Jr. attended the i
Mrs.: Lucite Dyal. There were I Recommendations were made Mercer University in Macon, and Jewell Ann, of Winter
members I Mrs. Carl Quattlebaum, presi. Yulee Methodist: Church Mrs. Lewis, mother of the bridegroom I at Florida-Georgia Tech game in Atlanta .
twenty one presentA 1 and it Park, and Mrs. Jewell Hurlbert I
and voted was announced Ga. I'
upon !
dent, opened the meeting by giving provided a beautiful candlelight wore a full skirted dress I i I II last afternoon.
Saturday
gift of remembrance was : that the names for the of Orlando, will arrive Saturdayto ....
presented to Mrs. Dyal from the I a welcome to the new County setting Wednesday, August 28, )f blue lace and chiffon, worn new circles will be posted the I Tommy Jones, son of Mr. and spend the weekend as the Miss Reba' 'Haile has ,her*

circle, as a social hour was enjoyed H. D. Agent, Mrs. Mary lIarri.j i when Miss Joan Sharon Wells, with matching hat and slippers.Her third week in September.The Mrs. David Jones, and John Bar. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Shiell I I as
;. son, followed by the club prayer. I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John corsage was of creme cym.I' dismissed with i niak, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joha Sheffield and daughter, Lynn,|I[ guest, Mrs. Dr. Mary Strutz of .

Thf hostesses were, Mrs. J. R.Hutchins !I The meeting was turned over I Wesley Wells, became the bride of bidium orchids. meeting was I iBarnfak, will leave Sunday for and Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne Crisp Oakland, Calif.- Miss Haile and

I Mrs. M. D. Dixon, and Ito Mrs. Harrison. The topic of i I: Claude Sinelair Lewis. The br'de's table was overlaid I prayer. [ Douglas, Ga. where they will 1 and infant daughter, Stacey, who I Dr. Strutz have recently returned

Mrs.j. M. Bush. her program was "Fabric Fin. Parents of the bridegroom are with a white lace cloth over white ;enter their freshman year at will be spending several days in from a month's tour of the Holy

I I ished." 'Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Lewis of Mil satin, centered with a five tier Senior Citizens i South Georgia College. ; the Bartels Apt. on South Fletcher -;, Land and Western Europe. Gulden .

W men of St. Peter's annual !i| Following the meeting delicious liard. bridal cake. The bottom tier was Begin Season With I Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Law i for their tour were Rev. and Mrs.

Smoqjasliord, November 16. Plan I refreshments were served by the The double ring ceremony was composed of four large heart rence Wood of Jacksonville will : Robert Hamilton, also of Oak.

.now... ___..;._-attend.. hostess, Mrs. W. B. Buchanan. performed at eight o'clock by the shape cakes, with the heart points Covered Dish SupperThe Pythian Sisters .join the families Sunday. land. Rev. Hamilton is the son of
c ... ..
--I officiating ministers, Rev. Ray meeting in center, decorated with I the late Rev. Hamilton of hair.
'W. Finklea and Rev. James Man. white carved sugar bells edged Senior Citizen's Club endedits j Hostesses At Party I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dobbins of j son Plantation, South Amelia'l' *

with silver white roses and lily- summer recess with a covered For Sunshine GirlsThe :West Palm Beach visited last

: gum.Nuptial music was provided at of-the-valley. The cake was topped i dish supper Thursday evening, I weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Lee land.Mr.
the by Mrs. Louise Flood. with a miniature bride am* September 12, at the Recreation "Youngblood. I and Mrs. D. 0. Oxley and
1st ANNIVERSARY SAL organ Sunshine Girls of Pythian son, Dean, Jr., left Friday for LaGrange .
Mrs. Helen Swails and Bob bridegroom. On each side lightedtapers Center. '
Mr. Sisters Fernandina Temple 7,
,
I Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Dunman of ; Ga. where Dean, Jr. \'i.1II
Springer sang a duet, "0 Promise glowed in silver candel- The main event of the evenng: entertained last Thursday .
were
Bailey Road had as their guests I begin his sophomore at La-
Me" and Rev. Finklea abra, entwined with garlands of 1''was an address by Ted Chalmers year
sang, afternoon from 3:30: to 5, at the for several days their son-in-law Grange College.
PORTER AND LOVEQUIST "Whther: Thou Goest, I Go." smilax interspersed with nosegaysof of the Bell Telephone Company, home of Mrs. R. L. Robinson on -- :._- -

The wedding was performed be. pink and white bridal flower wh.9 was introduced by Mrs. L S. South Fletcher Ave. ..........

fore an altar of greens and white The punch table was covered witha Grant, vice president of the club i Hostesses were, Mrs. 'Robinson, ,-...
bridal flowers in tall standards. white lace cloth over pink satin
Chalmers explained the direct
COLOR CENTERVMSPAR Mrs. Mary K. Moore and Mrs.
k I II I Garlands of smilax and pompons and decorated with pink and shire,1 I dialing system which will become i' Myrtle Rizer.i .

.i were festooned between the ar flowers placed at intervals in garlands I operative here in November. By
.of smilax with at i Mrs. Robinson opened a short
rangements. Lighted tapers in nosegays means: of this system one may call
PAINTS i Cathedral candelabra cast corners of table. Lovely arrangements business meeting with prayer .\
a warm [direct: to any number in the Un .
Plans for future activities
i glow over the lovely setting. of white gladioli were ited States, including Alaska and i were
Family pews were marked with placed at vantage points throughout Hawaii. I discussed, after which refresh .
.
.
I ments served and
large white satin bows and flow the reception room. were games --
o-A business meeting was called : were enjoyed.
ers. Mrs. Billy Mitchell cut the eaktf 'Infer in the evening and the resignation -

JL 6' Step 16'Ext. Mrs. Joel Mott, sister of the assisted by Mrs. Ann Daniel, of President E. J. Smith ;i Attending were, Chmone Moore
Candy Youngblood, Carol Booth.
I aunts of the bride. .
bride was matron of honor and j rece'ved and accepted Mrs I
{.odder Ladder floor of blue I Roberts I.: aunt cf Adam in I I Charlcey Allen, Marsha Daniel. '
it : n'ore a length gown 'Mrs. Frosty Millsop was placed nomination : BIGI21B.CAPACITYFILTERFLO '
I Pam Daniel, Rita Cook, Gail Cook, '
Chant'lly' lace and chiffon poisedover the bridegroom! presided at the i and unanimously elected ;_
Jerry Keene, Judy Littles, Brenda I
t layers of starched net and punch bowl, assisted by Mrs. Hart|to fill the unexpired term of'Preident I *
$4.88 : $9.88 : Littles, Diane Tuten, Kay Kcl- .,. '
: "
a i taffeta. Her headpiece was a pill. old Hagan, Mrs. James Daniel Smith. \ > I
t, Ily and Norma Henderson.Also .
!II.! box of light blue Chantilly lace and Mrs. John Wilson. Miss Carol I 1 The club then named Mrs. A. Li i '

I L21i With ThePurchase With ThePurchase I embroidered with pearls, complemented Dubose and Miss Joyce Goodbread i flyers i as secretary and II. S. Luke present were, the mascots, \ \ .

V with a circular veil of kept the bride's book. i j publicity chairman. i Cecile Fortner and Andrea Allen. I Ii WATER SAVER

matching tulle held with a bow of For their wedding trip downstate The remainder of the < V
of i Gals.Latex I even'ng t; j.
blue taffeta. She carried cascade ; Coke Fetes I -
a Party
I
Mrs. Lewis chose suit
a was devoted to table games. ::. "
of 4 Gals.Outside <
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bouquet of pink Champagne roses \ Damp Dry Spin
dress of light brown pinstripe top [ : .
I The club will meet regularly Mrs. Lucille Dyal i ii i iI c ,
Paint I and stephanotis, interspersed with with sleeveless three
,
ped a quar. '- '
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2nd and 4th i iI ,
; each Thursday i
'" evening
sat'n' leaves, net and ribbon. I ter length coat of brown. She i at 7:30 Mrs. Lucille Dyal was honored :t ;, ; \ I Spiral Activator
I Mrs. brides p.m. : '-'1t /
White i Joy Cady was ma- wore brown accessories and a I with a morning Coke Party on ; \

-i tron. Bridesmaids; were Miss Alice ( biege feather hat with touches of I September 14th at the home of : i .t AS LOW AS I. ,
Five Points WMS
and Miss Alma I
Campbell.
I -- Hagan brown and orange. She wore the Mrs. B. F. Dickens. Mrs. Dyal] ,; -'-- !-. -"-,""\" ,,,,,,::\;; .. ,
Their dresses were floor length j jrowns I
orchid corsage from her bouquet. Installs I OfficersAt will soon leave to make her home'I II II L_._'' '
i CAULKING] I
2 9 5 QUART <' of light! pink taffeta and Mr Lewis i is with the United I I j in Edina, Missouri. Other hostesses -, :; I
C chiffon featuring a fitted bodice MeetThe
Cml'OUNIl PAINT I'All.'C j States Air Force stationed at Andrews September for the occasion were Mrs. i ii I Ii WAM ;
with low v-shane neckline with I -
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J ) Air Force Base in Washington 'j "!t $19' .
James Bush, Mrs. J. R. Hutchins, 995
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cap sleeves and shirred chiffon W. M. S. of the Five Points 11'101'' R ...
\ D. C. They will make ; Mrs. Herbert Bowers, Mrs. Halo ; .,'
I cummerhird, and modified bell i i Church met September 11th with I .
Washington their home.REHEARSAL Sheffield and Mrs. M. D. Dixon. .
t t'i i 9" Paint Roller I skirt Wide panels of matching I I 18 members present. Mrs. Flota ; -- ---- ..
$1 4. ; chiffon tied in a large. loose bowknot I SUPPER Barber opened with prayer and The Dckens: home was tastefully I
i f\?\ & Tray Kit DROP CI.OTII 3 9 c at waist hack, fell softlv to I The bridal party was entertain- 'presided over the busnss: session. decorated with fall flowers and'

the hemline. Their head pieces! |i ed with a supper at the brid 's !1 Following the business, Rev. J. fruit arrangements. The refreshment I EASY PAYMENTS -4

were designed! of licht pink taf.f'l'ta -: home after the wedding rehear- :, W. Keen installed. M. U. of fic.Irs table was overlaid, with. a I ,
I .
) SO.STIATFVEPOINTS PHONE 261-3068 embroidered with Dink pearl i i, sal Tuesday night.Arrangements .. | for the new associations! green linen cloth a.nd held for ity I: As Low' Pert

,I Thefl&.cilj: \ ; \bOtQUfts Cf of pink gladioli i: |year, using Exodus 4:2 as his I centerpiece a' lovely pyracantHa j 4; $750 ..

____ ..,. _+ .,. c ..,_ _ blue 1jtMu ri1s entejsersed th decorated the home. -The cope scripture reference. '. 'and carhation 'arrangement made I As Month #
( blue satin leaves, net and ribbon. I I presented their attendants with I Installede were: Prsident Mrs. I in a wicker container. Dainty refreshments -I
I The flower girls were little Miss : gifts of appreciation.About ; were served from
Susan Mott niece of the bride, i I I Flora Barber; Vice-President ;i wicker trays. II I Your Authorized GE Dealer ;.
i
thirty-eight
guests were | Mrs. Hatt'e Mae Parker; Secretary
liwi TheatrePhone and little Miss Susan Wi1 on. They i The hostesses presented the II III
present. and
treasurer Mrs. Ruby
short dresses of white nylon !! 'I' .. .. :
wore Easter ling Program Chairman I honoree a piece of her chosen sl-: I .
orrandv featuring round neckline | ; Five Points Grocery & Hardware
261-4849 C. E. Beach, Mgr. with tiny puffed a sleeves and- | G. C. Gerbing Speaks I- Mrs. Williamena Brazell; Mi3- j; ver in remembrance of the occas :

SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MATINEES AT 2:30 full skirt of tiered ruffles and On Caladiums At sionary Study Mrs. Cleo Brad- ;ion. .

NIGHT SHOWS START 7:30 tiny white satin bows. They carried : i dock; Community Missions j!' About 50 guests called during 5 Points Phone 261.5205
i Mrs. Evelyn Clark and Mrs. Ethel
ONE COMPLETE SHOW white satin and lace baskets Camellia Club MeetThe : Reynolds Prayer Chairmen _. :, the appointed hours. ....
I ____ with showers of pink ribbon, sat. I ; -- -- -'-
Camellia Garden Circle I Mrs. Faye Bass and Mrs. Joyce
FRIDAY & SATURDAYOne in leaves and sweetheart roses.
Raymond Earl Lewis served arbest held its first meeting of the club Johns.
Showing Friday 7:30 Saturday 2:30 & 7:30 man: for his brother. Ushers! year Monday, September 16, zi I Publ'eity and Social Chairmen ;: :

26 minute Short included his cousin, Carl David the home of Mrs. D. A. Theo- Mrs. Katherine Williams! ; Now At Your favorite/ Store -
Mrs. Pat
Mitchell, Callahan, and Floyd bald, with Mrs. H. J. Allison, Jr. Stewardship Lyons; (
"THE ROAD RUNNER"o Vanzant, Hilliard. I as cohostess.Mrs. I I Enlistment Mrs. Lillian Slat; j
Girl's Auxiliary! Mrs. Pauline
0 Given in marriage by her father Marvin ,
Sawyer, program .
Gaines and Mrs. Carolyn Re-
: Ask for if.
Showing! Friday 8:10 Saturday 3:10 and 8:10 the bride was radiant in her' chairman of the evening, intro- I I nolds; Sunbeams Mrs. Sarah ; jijjj
floor length wedding gown of s Ik duced G. C. Gerbing who
: "GIANT" : gave a Smith and Mrs. Mary Ann Keen.
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( organza and lace poised over layers most interesting talk on cala-
The closed the meeting;
I James! Dean Rock Hudson Elizabeth Taylor I of starched net and taffeta. dium culture. Mr. Gerbing is I I pastor

4 TECHNICOLOR I The fitted bodice of lace featured one of very few horticulturists I I I I with prayer. "THE TASTE WILL TELL"HOLLY

I a Sabrina neckline, embroidered to have hibridized caladiums.
1 Sunday and Monday i: with pearls and irridescents, and anj he showed many beautful: St. Michael's Guild

long tapered sleeves ending in specimens which he has origin Hears Mrs. HILL DAIRY"ONLY
Sunday 2:30 and 7:30 Monday 7:30 Maloney
Calla lily points at the wrist The ated. He also spoke briefly on

"BYE BYE BIRDIE" voluminous skirt was designed in i iI camellia culture, for which he is Speak On "Youth"
i I front with lace appliques and tiny internationally known. INDEPENDENT DAIRY SERVING

Ann. largar t Technicolor! i i bows of self fabric over a deep I I Following the program, Mrs. St Michael's Gold held its first g4jf :;, :; i FERNANDINA BEACH"

o I ruffle of lace, with cascading tier3 T. W. Oliver, president, presdedover : I I meeting of the fall season on Sept II

Sunday .1:37 and 9:37 Monday 9:37 of ruffles appliqued with lace I the business meeting. The 11, in St Michael's Hall. Rev.Faiher For Home Delivery Call 261-3198
{ forming a Chapel train. Her head- William Holmes opened .
"DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES"JACK new year books were briefly previewed -
tiara of and I with Fernandina Beach
niece was a pearls after which a moment cf praver.
'
LEMMON LEE REMICK rhinestones, her crown as Miss I silence was observed in tribute 'Mrs. William Maloney, principal I

TECHNICOLOR Nassau County High School 111962. \ to Mrs Emma N. Suhrer, who of Trinity Academy in Jack- TASTE THE DIFFERENCE t. ,

secured to a four tiered, II organized the circle in 1939.!) sontlle, was guest speaker. Mrs.

I bouffant veil of silk illusion.! She During the social hour the Malpney's talk on Youth was I 'I, TASTE THE FRESHNESS
BRIVE-N carred a bouquet of white roses hostesses served refreshments to most receptve by the fine representation .
interspersed with French carnations of the Guild.

and stephanotis, centered i the seventeen members presentHISTORY An electric blanket, donated by i I 4u ; Direct From Farmer To YOU!

( OPEN ONE NIGHT ONLY with two purple throated white OF SKOPJE Our Lady of Dolors Circle, was I

orchids. won by Mrs., Jones. \
Saturday, Sept. 21 7:30 ;I Immediately following the ceremony -I Originally called Scupi or Sku. Father Holmes closed the meeting TASTE THE RICHNESS .

'; "DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES" a reception was held in pi, Skopje, Yugoslavia, was the with prayer, after which party S.
Ferrell HalL I capital of Dardanla, a province of sandwiches, cookies and punch t-1 Move Up To Quality Use PermiumJersey
I 9:42 Mrs. Wells chose for her daughters ancient Illyria. Conquered by were served by members of Our

"SINS OF RACHEL CADE" wedding, a pink lace tiered Rome, it was the birthplace of the Lady I of Rosary Circle. Milk .
I sheath worn with matching hat Emperor Justinian, who restored The next regular meeting will PLASTIC CARTON .

ANGIE DICKERSON. TECHNICOLOR and slippers. Her corsage was of the city after the earthquake of, be at 8 pan. on October 9 at St. -- '."--. .. .. 91.
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Pythian Sisters To News-Leader, Fernandina, .Beach, Florida Thursday, September, 1963 rage Fi.aI' 1

I Honor Grand Chief Miss Buchan To Wed Mitt Montgomery Wads Leslfe j. Story !

't I I Lycoris radiata, the .red, spider I

i. During Visit Here -. I lily and Lycoris auroa, the. pk !
Mr. and Mrs. Cordell Buchan h I den hurricane lily are the fam k

Pytnian Sisters' of Fernandina announce the engagment of their ir'r b TheGarden : mar varietes, there seminar* to_ i iI

Temple 7, will entertain the wJ daughter, Miss Lydia Jean Bucn- .- Tt- &\ 1 be two types of the golden Itt'w, I

Grand; Chief of Florida, Mrs. Pol- I an, to William Earnest Turner I ; ; one being quite like the red spider i

ly Merritt of Miami at a banquet son of Mr. and Mrs. William M. i JS Basket lily! in form and the other .., \:
: with wider of O sub-* '
r on September 23. Turner. petals more

Dinner will be served at 7 p.m The wedding wll: be an event of I I i II .-- "*L.. BY JANE SCOFIELDWe stance. There is also variety alba.,. ,i iI
which dnt's.
I of Lycoris radiata \
in the ,Masonic Hall, followed by September 23 at seven o'clock at .
I not seem to live up to its ntrtie
,' the regular meeting at 8 p.m. the home of the bride 1326 North 'v came across a verse used ina foliage is taken off well in advance I for it is decidrfy cream in t* &r..

All members are urged to at- 14th Street. Garden Basket article quite a so as not to show newly with a slight pinkish velm'mr: It:"" .

tend. All friends of the couple are invited few years ago and it seems so cut or broken scars. Foliage is : is very attractive, however and -
well suited to the fall gardening wiped free of dust and spray residue : more expensive than the others...!".,
L I FIREMEN SET OWN BLAZE to the ceremony and reception season that we are quoting it but is never polished w th I

to follow immediately in tie again. The author is unknown. oil or commercial preparations.When 1I I 1---

About 150 spectators watchtd Conference Room' at the Recreation one stops to think, we Dyal Funeral In
as firemen put out flames in a Center. "Blisters on my fingersA have
so charming flowers
house in Arlington, Kan., once, back 'most broke in two, which many Callahan Sunday .., S
Mr. Turner graduated from practically: take care of'
I' twice, and again and again. t* v4 Callouses sore muscles themselves and afford us much I

I The Fire Department set the Fernandina Beach High School in Are things I have to rue. pleasure year after year. The I Funeral for Mrs. Cora K. Pyal; ,

J vacant house afire and put out 1961 and is employed at St. But as I lie in bed at night, lycoris, commonly known a*, I. 85, of Callahan was held Sunday
Kraft St. c' Reviewing what I've done : fit 3 in Live Oak Baptist
I the flames each time, as part of Mary's Mary's, Geor spider lily or hurricane lily ac. p.m.
I know I'll start tomorrowAt
Church at Callahan, with inter- ,
a school for f:remen. gia. cording to its color, is one of
1
.. rising of the sun. ment following in Live Oak Ceme
--- these and
i L-::. II',:' )< a verydelightful satisfactory '
wwvwuw-'w '. :' "For a garden needs a worker, member of the amary tery. "S.. :, S

ASKINSLAUNDROMAT PersonalsFriends I FOLLOW THRU ij: {:;:: :,.,;: "h. ,, '. >:.' S 45 ,: ,,!>.li .' Someone who's not afraidOf His family All which: blooms at this I Friday.Mrs. Dyal passed away last .

digging in the crumbly earth'. season. they seem to ask is a "" "
Not sitting in the shade. spot where the bare bud ,spikesare Survivors are three sons, Ifay- '
I of Mahugh Scott will MR. AND MRS. LESLIE JAMES STORYIn
regret to hear he suffered ., The patter of the rain drops not 'likely to have their heads wood Dyal Callahan, Pass Dyal ,
a
I beautiful mid-summer wed- Her Is music to chopped off before they are high'
accessories.
was
Coin I broken leg in a woodyard accident : a corsage the my ears. Jacksonville, George Dyal, Fu'rt'
Operated ding on August 31 at Memorial orchids from her bridal bouquet. And I'm glad I have a garden enough to be seen. They seem to I Osteen
while at work and is receiving George; two brothers, Lee ,.
I Methodist Church :Miss Louise To work the like high or half' shade, and we i
,
away
The will years. .
couple make their homein
Dry Cleaning I medical treatment at Baptist Hospital Beach Roy Osteen Iay.-
Pompano ,
Florence daughter of read that they are not as
Montgomery,
Tallahassee where will '
. l in Jacksonville. thy We have mentioned before factory in acid soil. satis-I tona Beach 8 grandchildren ,afid :
I MusicVJiiIe; You Wait "* Mr. and Mr: Carlos Austin Mont- both' continue studies at ,Florida an ;

Mrs. Kathryn AbelsAttendant Mrs. Suzanne Delmar is being : gomery of Atlanta, Georgia, be- State University.Out that the Rose Garden Club plansto bloom des: down the foliage appears 12 great-grandchildren. S .5 t'1
have fall and flower
I a holiday and remains throughout
transferred Sunday from Hum came the bride of Leslie Jane-: green : I
I of town guests were; fr.and' show November 23rd. It is
II Tallahassee. on the winter. dies down in late
phreys Memorial Hgspital to J. I Story'of )
j Mrs. L. M. and MiJtI
515 South Eighth Street HillU Miller Medical! Center at t Story an ambitious project for just one spring and the bulb remains dormant i; ,, ,
The bridegroom is the son of I Lois Story of Chicago III, hand "SEE C. B.'Pete1 .If
club with limited
a membership until the leafless stalks of :
.
.. the of Florida where i
.. University Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Madison Mrs. Robert Briner and
'-- son, of twenty.five and its artistic division
flowers in
she will undergo open heart surgery Story of Chicago Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Robert and appear
Rogers '
will be kept as small as They should of course septemhfr'l ..
V
on September 23. Prayersand' I INGRAr "
The Rev. Nelson Moyer pastor, children, all of Tallahasseer Mr. the requirements of a Standard i ed during the time the
I wellwishes are being: offered the double and Mrs. E. M, Bellah David Bel- !
performed ring
ceremony ,
Show There is limit-
permit. no growing, and they be left in I
SiEGLERHEATER i BY WILLIE can
for her by, many during this, time. MATTSON .
I at three o'clock.As lah, Carol Bellah and Sheryl Bel aton! on the number of horticul- the ground to multiply. FOR j

I Mrs. J. J. G. Cooper had as the guests assembled Mrs. lah, East Pofnt, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. ture entries however and, as is A time to them Real Estate
good
SI i luncheon guests Tuesday, ten Sisters The Fernandina Beach Women's L. K. Nolan provided a programof J. E. Helms of Decatur Ga., Mrs the custom in all flower shows, move or Life Insurance .
I Golf Association held their Alma West and C. A. Montgomery I I share with other gardeners is
from St. Vincents Hospital nuptial' music at the organ, and anyone having worthwhile potted
first tournament of the season both of Atlanta. when the leaves die in the spring. Retirement Income
Jacksonville. Enjoying the day on accompanied her daughter: Mrs. plants or cut specimens is not I
HERE : the leach here 'We-re. Sister DP- Tuesday morning when twenty- Don Brown as she sang "0 Prom- Rehearsal Supper only invited but urged to enter i They can also be moved during Health & Accident .',' .

I I Chantel, Sister Margaret,* Sister five members met at the club ise Me" and "At Dawning." The I Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Story' entertained them. The first reaction to a I the short period: in the fall between HospitalizationMajor

Catherine, Sister Burnel Sister I house at nine o'clock for a breal- traditional wedding marches were at a d.nner Friday evening flower show in November is that I the time the bloom dies!

NOW Regina, Sister Margaret Mary, fast meeting. The business session used. at Seaside Inn, following the there will be little horticulture :and the foliage appears. The only Medical ..

Sister Helen, Sister Lucille, Sitter was conducted by Mrs. T. R. Sago palms and lighted tapers wedding rehearsal but as one begins to think of possibilities time: we have seen the bulbs for Disability Monthly Income

Andrea and Sister Joseph Lannon, president who also act were used in the choir loft to provide Guests were seated ina ban- the picture grows sale in the seed stores is in the

Marie. Sister Margaret has been ed as tournament chairman in the background for tall floor quet arrangement with garlands brighter. There should certainlybe fall, and our experience has been L. L. BOHANNON
the absence of Mrs.
Hardee Bros. night supervisor of nurses for 40 Rudy York. baskets of white Fuji Mums of greenery, Fuji mums and 'glad chrysanthemums, there shouldbe that sometimes the fall, bought INSURANCE ..

vears the only staff member, who Six foursomes participated in chrysanthemums, and gladioli, used ioli florets centering the long some roses at least, some bulbs will bloom immediate! '

I has been with the hospital since the Four Ball Best Ball tourna on each side of the altar. Pyramid -I side tables from the match'ng: center camellias should be blooming, after planting and somet'mes Phone 2G1-52G9 :

Atlantic its construction 36 years aec. ment. Mrs. Ed. Beach broughther I candelabra holding lighted arrangement in a handsome there should be a few annuals not until the following year. .-.. ..
Ave. :
Four years prior to that time, sho team of Mrs. Harry Poole, Cathedral tapers, flanked the silver bowl.Enjoying. holding out until the last of the --._._ -- -- .-- -- .. .

I' was with the DeSoto Sanitorium I Mrs. Dan Daugherty, and Mrs. twin arrangements. Enhancingthe I the affair with Mr. I season, and there should be flow- .
Harry Poole M< .
r. which was moved to the new hospital Mrs. Clarke Brown in for first setting were lighted tapers in and Mrs. Story, the honored I I erng and fruiting\ vines, trees

upon completion. place honors when she beat MPS. each window embanked with magnolia couple and their attendants were, I and shrubs such as pyracantha, Would the extra weight of vacation :
Lannon on the first extra hole, leaves and native I duranta citrus and .
I greenery. Mrs. Alma West, grandmother of sasanqua '
I j .
after their teams deadlocked at luggage preventyour brakes from '
LUNCCHROOM MENUS Mrs. R. W. Galphin was her I the bride, C. A. Montgomery, father -j j finally there are potted plants .
the end of
eighteen. Mrs. Lan-
Sept. 23.27 non's helpers were Mrs. Cecil sister's matron of honor. She of the bride. Miss Lois Story,1 flowering plants, foliage plants safely stopping your car? :
wore a dress of gold satin with sister of the bridegroom, Mrs. cacti and other succulents -
r Monday: ,- Porcupine balls in Hall Mrs. Curt Gordon and Mrs.T. bell skirt, featuring a lace over- I Robert Briner Mrs. Robert Rogers I African vil lets. If you're in doubt. :
C. Herring, When the ,
{ ; tomato sauce buttered spinach, had been tallied and it scores die- jacket. Her hat was of gold illusion I Mrs. L. K. Nolan, Mrs. Don i It is in connection with the ,
candied yams, rolls and butter & was with an arrangement of gold Brown, Rev. and :Mrs. Nelson potted plants that we bring up ,
covered there was a tie the only I :
,
apple, and % J pint! milk. I members of the teams left were I satin roses. She carried a descent Moyer, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Helms: I the subject at this time. With Et1 ,.

f Tuesday: : Hot dogs I buns the captains, so they had a sudden bouquet of white Fuji Mums and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Bellah. the passing of hot weather pot !

: baked beans, cole slaw, peach cob I death playoff. Mrs. Beach interspersed with gold ribbons ted plants, will naturally need attention ..

bler, and Vi pint milk. played the first hole in regulation : and leaves. many of them repotting. .
Kivvtsnis Officials
Wednesday: Ground beef w/ i figures, wh'le Mrs. Launon Bridesmaids were Mss; Nancy ,, Judges have pretty high stand !! ; .

*WwM'l1: tiit traitt mini itgiiIziHsS50,00 M. scalloped potatoes string; beans, faltered and missed the green Jones, and Miss Mary Ann Oliver. ards in regard to the appearanceof .,

pineapple salad on lettuce leaf with her pitch and gave Mrs. They wore gowns and head piece ToAtiendl963Florida pot plants believing that a ,
GUARANTEED ;'tolls1 and "Butter;; chocolate caTCe" Beach the win. identical to the matron of honor's I well grown plant deserves aj I ,
clean of the size to enhanceits .. .
and carried identical pot
wwhite icing, and H pint milk. bouquets. ..
In the nine hole event, Miss r
Alilnrt Future Termite Clean
Dump. I Thursday: Meat pie wI pas- Marie Cone posted a net 42 to Robert Briner was best man and i ConclaveThe beauty. in subdued clay pots colors or, Get Our .. .

try topping tossed salad, chilled defeat Mrs. II.V.. Fishier and ushers were Robert Temple and) I plastic ones
and for wooden tubs
MahoneyTerminix pears rolls and butter, raisin Mrs. P. R. Entzminger.The Robert Rogers. Kiwanis Club of Fernan large plants .
make for Tin
cookie and % pint milk. Given in marriage by her father, dina at',' good appearance. /
; Beach will be represented \
I .
._.:: July-August Ringer tour cans are not for a flower show & firttont] :
Tuna vnoodie the brunette bride [
; Co. Friday: ; nament saw two ladies take home lovely wore a I the 19G3 convention of the 'Florida -i covering them or dirtypots, with
sliced tomatoes, buttered peas and floor length gown of frosty white District of Kiwanis International i
prizes. Mrs. L C. Shave won 1 paper at the last minute doesn't
carrots, rolls and butter, apple silk organza and taffeta. The
at Jacksonville September
SINCi low gross with a 70 and Mrs. Ed I win ribbons. Any repotting
1930 Di-I
SpRVICE crisp and lf pint milk. or bodice was designed with a 22-24, club president Bryan L1 :
Beach won low net with a 58. should be done several weeks before Safety Service
loped neckline of lace appliques
For FREE Inspection COMPRESSED S1REXGTH I Winners in the Poker Hand ; reembroidered in seedpearls. Lace Rauschert announced today. j the show so that the plant .
Travel'ng: to Jacksonville for ,, .
tournament for last weekendwere appliques extended from the e- I looks established. Pains should t'| .
Phone Jacksonville Powdered metal can be ('on : Jim Dale, Archie Smith, be taken to center the plant in I .
bows to lily points over the wrist \
pressed into machine parts with Arthur Renshaw, Steve Spence of the fitted organza sleeves. The I fT: :; :' 7:;, ,:, :, the pot and the soil in the pot BRAKE ADJUSiNT! .
COtLLECTEM.1768 densities high 99 I I >' '< ; .<, t,. should be level. There should be ,
i as as percent Paul Kornau, Mike Fiala, C. C. bouffant skirt, edged with scalloped I. j:( !1:>. 1"'' ",,"->" ,

cast metal. I Bailey Jimmy Weber, Mrs. Ea. : lace and featuring floral appli.I :'''S ,:t:7" : S '! one plant to a pot. Unsightly! I

y --- --:I Beach, Mrs. H. E. Williams, Mr?. ques, was poised over layers of ;4., [;;, ..S .,. .'' ."It, "1 :io>,." j I. I All : We'll doalllhls: S
Cecil Loptien, Roy Sturdavant I rustling taffeta. Her fingertip : ; ',:<, :
: Art Conner Berry McDuTfe: Jim I veil of imported bridal illusionwas 2 : :' 1r'f.. .'- : I j Hosts for the convention will
,
I Riley, Jim Hall and Mrs. L C. "'y--r \,' ,, t, !: be members of the Kiwanis Club
caught to a crown of seed n ?'
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FINAL CLEARANCE1q63 I .at' of Jacksonville. Some 177 clubs
Shave. :q.
pearls and irr'descents.: Her bou- Pull front
Next Tuesday, September 21, quet was two snowflake orchids I : SbtS4sr f with a tota1'membership of nearly -
.
j the FBWGA members play hos- !' 11,000 will be represented at wheels and
with ly-of-the-valley: and satin 4'
1 Motor Ti' nd "CAR OF TilE YEAR"HARRELL'S ,.,
the convention. Principal businesswill
[' tess to the Naval Air Station, I ribbons, carried on a white Bible. inspect brake --
,'Waycross and Lake City lady Immediately following the cere- include committee conferences

: golfers. Each member is requested j ,, a discussion of community lining anddrums
,i
) :a reception vMchi .iJJ.
RAM DJ.rE ?; mopy/ ; .
t't.t ; to bring six pndwiches ant! Parish tIIIl.t*' <* ; .. ] service and administrative plans) I
r4 .. J ,, :!... ... i be at the club house at 'nine Mrs. Alma West i' of Atlanta.: tj for; the coming yea/, and'the elec- This

o'clock. grandmother of the brde: chose tion of a district governor and
AUTO SERVICE More rules I other officers for 1964. Week's :
on : -
a dress of blue lace over matching ,i
: "7. Through the green, a player taffeta, worn with matching Trustee Fuller who will repre- Safety Clean, repack :
8TH AND JASMINE STREETS I .
should that turf sent Kiwanis International officially -
ensure any accessories and a corsage of and adjust
> I cut or displaced by him is replaced aenopsis orchids. Pha-I at the convention, is a 16-year Service', :

o I at once and pressed down, Mrs. Story chose for her veteran of Kiwanis who was front wheel .. r

: : I and that, after the players have wedding, a dress of dusty pink, I II Edward B. Moylan Jr;, elected to the international boardof Offer \ bearings S S ,. :
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: holed out, any damage to the silk shantung. She wore match trustees at the organization's ,\ ,
made by the ball I I 47th annual convention in Denver
putting green ing accessories and a corsage of On :
or the player is carefully re i white orchids and green net. I 'Ss, in June of 1962. His active career

I paired. I The bride's table was overlaid in Kiwanis has included presidency

"8. When the play of a hole I with a handsome imported cut-i 45 of the Kiwanis Club ofCentrevill

___ has been completed, players I work linen cloth and centered governorship of the i194'1da ..... .
: should immediately leave the with the three tier wedding cake' : I Alabama Kiwanis District and

: putting green. topped with a miniature bride and both membership and chairmanship :

"Priority on the Course bridegroom standing under a I of a number of district and .

: ) LF I "In the absence of special rules white weddng: bell held with lily- !; Kiwanis International committees. fluid

t: I singles, threesomes and four- of-the-valley caught to ruffled 'Y Active in professional, civic and I ;
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-:,......,., I L __ I somes should have precedence of white tulle with satin bows. Garlands -> church work inr addition to hisI J '

.. .S.. i and be entitled to pass any other of greenery, interspersedwith I Kiwanis interests, he is a memberof .

kind of match. A single player white mums and white bIos- the Alabama and AmericanBar .

-_ has no standing, and should give soms, were caught at points with I Associations, president of the L Just "Charge /.Take months to pay ..

: way to a match of any kind. large, gold satin roses.. Three' 'University of Alabama Alumni A-OK .
, 1 "If a match fails to keep its branched silver candelabra, tied |Association, and chairman of the .

I ,- L. place on the course and lose more with arrangements of miniature I board of trustees of Alabama Cot 1" .

____ than one clear ,Mle oSh: pIav- gold roses in ruffled tulle, held ilege. lie is a former member of J SEATBELTS ..
to L ers in front 'IT ShOULD ALLOW lighted white tapers. Silver compotes -' the Town Council at entrevilJeI .
1 -t.j THE MATCH FOLLOWING held nuts and mints. I I I I Manufactured to exceed all .
: ...1. : r /1 TO PASS: ,'' : President-elect Moylan is a 42- SAE, G.S.A. and Highway .
,, The punch table was covered I II year veteran of Kiwanis. He was Patrol specifications .
"Maximum of Fotirteen ? Clubs I with a matching linen cloth and i Nelson! 0. Fulfcr I elected to his present post at the TWo-inch wide 100% pure 31-396 .
M
: : i I "Before starting a stipulated held a large crystal punch bowl i the,three and a half day meetingat i 48th annual Kiwanis International colorfast nylon webbing .

round a player sha\l sflfect his encircled with a garland of green- 'ther Hotel' George Washington convention in Atlantic City on I Heavy-duty metal-to-metal,

IN FLORIDA clubs, which must ',, noil exceed ery and white flowers. ":ill': be a majority of the local I I July 3 of this year.. Daring his S Pit quick-action buckles ;' : .

fourteen' in number.!TWaddition Floor basket floral arrangements rne bera. long and active Kiwanis career f Tough any metal car -' .. 4
brackets
I BEER or replacement ofate1Iio.clubs. provided the backgroundfor Presiding officer will be E. L he has held most of the top leadership Easy mounting. :
IS A NATURAL must not be made by' 'b rtQwIlIg the serving tables. Bmvtcn. Orlando, governor of assignments in his club Plos -

from any other person? playingon ; Mrs. Larry Sellers and Mrs. the. Florida Kiwanis District (Miami), his district (Florida),, Payday 195 ..

; Brewed slowly by a centuries-old natural process, beer is the _course." v.W 4 I Rchard: Grumpier served cake. Brewton is an Orlando printer. i and in Kiwanis International A Terms EACH Installation i

0 Florida's traditional beverage of moderation-light, sparkling I Miss Pat Stores and Miss Patti Representing Kiwanis Internationat -I licensed real estate broker, he u. : _

delicious. SAY, USTEN, HAVE YOU i Clark presided at the punch bowl will be Nelson 0. Fuller, a,trustee -I a member of the Miami Board of .

And naturally,Florida's Brewing Industry proud of the millions HEARD'about this year's Wo i Miss Sylvia Poole and Miss of Kiwanis International, Realtors, and the National Association -
t of dollars it contributes to Florida's Flonda'r man's1 Club entertainment? It h I Lois Story kept ,the bride's two-*: from Centreville, Alabama., Fulleris I of Real Estate Boards. He

5 brewers, 101 beer economy. to be their greatest; everyone at a table attractively decorated an attorney. He will be one of is active in hunting clubs and
holesalers and
17,000 beer retailers knows that!. They will present this with an arrangement of white the I fimtoneBEACH
employ more than 68,000 I principal speakers at the eon conservation groups in Florida, ..
with .
persons an annual payroll of fabulous musical at the Woma&sClub
: Fuji mums, glads: and vention. Also hand :
$155,000,000. greenery on will be the i and is a. past president of the :
Money made In Florida spent in Florida. In Building on three big'nighb
complemented with gold satn: president-elect of Kiwanis International Dade County Florida ConservationCounciL .
; Florida, beer belongs..,enjoy it. October 8, 9, 10. If you want a I roses. Edward
B. Moylan, Jr. He is a vestryman, of
real evening of fun just plan to For their wedding trip to Day- of Miami. Moylan, a Miami real) Trinity Episcopal Church in Miami SUPPLY :

@ UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. be there when the curtain rises at tona Beach, Mrs. Story chose a tor, will attend the convention by and a retired Lieutenant .q. .

8:00: P.!!., either Tuesday, Wed. becoming dress of light blue, worn virtue of his residence in the Commander; United, States Naval 118 ATLANTIC AVE. PHONE 26144824_ .
FLORIDA DIVISIO
:1A nesday or: Thursday night. with a< matching jacket and,white Florida Kiwaaij District Reserve.
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Page r Six News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida -Thursday, September 19,1963JIEADY S tU : United Pent.ecostol MARINA LOG : I


I Church Revival

Just Ramblin'Continued II I Now Underway Anjak, V, E. Milner, Buffalo r, f

Y., 5aA .. "

( From Page One) revival at United Pentecost I IN., Five-Fins, A. N. Oneennen, BjChurch &

project. Information on such or on South 8th St. bemingham! Ala., 60'an t

I "animations u ava lable and other : Wednesday evening of this ,I Ruth, C. W. Gillies, Riversi
Toastmasters have expressed a week, and will continue through ..
II willingness to assist in the formation September 28. 49'f

i V I Car, A. D. Bailey, BrunswickGa.
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Messages are brought eaciievening : -
32' I
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at 7:30.p.rn.. by Rev. Billy !
l You don't realize how much Davis, evangelist from Macon I! Playtime III, A. J. Griner, Sack

o the average youngster i* 1dY Hook, N. J., 40' -
gger Ga., and sPec al singing is sc \
aday until you see a group such 1 Pleione II, J. R. Santry, Marbir
uled for each service. -
as coach Wayne Benner has oat Head, Mass., 63' ,
A cordial welcome is extendedthe ,

kfca, A, Hv, w for the football team. Everything yTM ;: 7 public to attend by Rev. W. i iW !

is enriched today and if they Rowland, pastor. ; Try A Classified :::

. WITH THE LINIMENT, TAPE AND EQUIP- keep on increasing it veil prob-I : I! __ _. __

MBNTare these managers of the 1963 Fernandina Beach I ably wind up a nation of giants. I

I 'High School Pirate football squad. Left to right, Mike Trouble with me is all the en
rchment: I'm getting is headingin j
Phillips, Perkins Johnson, Jimmy Beard, Mike Rylant, I
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and ,Jimmy Mitchell. the wrong direction and from FINAL CLEARANCE
the wrong starting points. It

you don't believe youngsters art

Junior bigger, just compare this year's 1S63 Motor Trend "CAR OF THE YEAR"

High-Lights Pirates with those of 33 ye:.rs

ago. Here's the team roster taken I

BY CAROLYN BREEDEN from a program of the Armis- REV. JERRY LYNCH, fiery segregationist from California, is shown as he spoke at : RAMBLERHARRELL'S
in 1930 between
,Hello! dra Wortman are sponsoring the ,tice Fernandina Day game Beach and St. Jos a Ku Klux Klan rally here Saturday night The rally, held on Cashen Curve in the I

The Fernandina Beach Little event. 1 eph's Academy of St. Augustine Five Points area, was one of a series being held by the Klan throughout this area in AUTO SERVICE8TH

League and Senor: League mem- I Most of the students were glad Fernandina Line Up conjunction with a marathon rally at Jacksonville.was 1

>. ben were honored to see milk being served for lunch I' Name P WHale ANI JASMINE STREETS ,

at a dinner Monday in the cafeteria. Lunchis Sheffield LG. 170 that the Cochrans are getting Ocean Pier for mackerel Burgesswas MclCendrees Attend I j jr

Thursday nightin still being served for twenty- I Joe Sigmon LG. 149 their paper regularly and are using only 20 Ib. test line --- -- ""7 'I

the Jr. High five cents per serving. Marvin Hardee LT. 115 keeping up with the activities of when the 60-lb. Silver King head- Key West ConclaveOf I
:
cafetoriuin. The The members of Sub-Teen Club Gale Longee L.T. 140 their friends. ed for the open sea with his bat Tax

boys received a- are holding a dance in the Muni- Rene Bailey (Capt.) R.H. 1LC Burgess said he lost count of the AssessorsNassau

wards for their cipal Auditorium Friday night Ii Willie Griffin C. 14::: Is your youngster entered yet I times the acrobatic finny denizenof crONE

1 t- many achievements from seven to ten o'clock. Anyone I Donald Ferreira R.G. 1M in the Punt, Pass and Kick competition the deep jumped but the fightwas County Tax Assessorand Call or ONE Letter
throughout interested in the dance who is net Mrs. Eddie McKendree returned -
and 32 min-
Rhydon Owens R.T. 145 for this ? This contest I timed as 1 hour -
I the preceding a paid member may come by paying I! Sammy Kennard R.E. 155 was highly year successful last i utes, an even hour and a half last week from Key West, Is All It Takes !
$
.,J'& year Walt their membership fee ((5k( ) Theo. Ferreira Q.B. 138 year and plans are to make it bigger -I longer than it took Liston to dispose where they attended the annual '

;: Dunbar, T, V as they enter. Refreshments will Robt. Johnson LH. 156 and better. Lots of fine prizes !I of Patterson in the recent convention of the Tax Assessors
II III
I news teleeaster, was guest speaker. be served. I Jake Bunch F.B. 1G5 are involved such as jackets, footballs heavyweight debacle. Not that I II III Association of Florida. _

: Ten girls were selected from I The boys are asked to wear L. L Hall Q.B. 114 and headgears plus the possibility ,I would compare Burgess and the McKendree, who was president -

the. eighth grade to serve at the dress pants, white shirts, and Clem DuBose R.T. lit of a trip to a National I tarpon to Liston and Patterson i of the Association for the We get right down to brass tacks i
dinner; These included: Jan Holls I ties. The girls are wearing dressy I C. 98 Their weight and ability were
Brunt Dad
Ed Van Football League game ( goes year 19CO-61, revealed that Gerald i
( .Chmone Moore, Marsha Wood school clothes, no culottes! I II much evenly Ii the moment hear
I Young Hall LE. 12* too), a Tour of Champions (with probably more Conway of Panama City in we from you. '"
Cervera Ferreira, Marilyn Miller 'I Any eighth grade girls who are R.E. 13;) matched. ,
I Jack Morse Mom and Dad) to the White Bay County was named to head
Janls Parker Linda Jones, Linda interested in joining a Senor Girl a
Willie Bunch LE. 15. House and the 1963 NFL Championship '* '* the for the coming
group year.
Sapp, and Carolyn Breeden. I" Scout Troop, please try to be at I I Jr. Davis LG. 143 game to compete for the A number of local residents I I Under our extremely liberal credit policy, you '1"

afternoon after school, the Scout hut Wednesday evening i25 can get for almost and
Friday 1 Vincent Ferreira LH. PP&K national championship. Get money anything everything
who !
noted that the Slades, were whatever I
on dig
can
o'clock. Mrs. pass up
six
all girls interested in trying-out I, from to seven Andrew Allan R.G. 115 the details at Lasserre's and en- ordeal I on terms to suit
for cheerleaders meet in the audi- Penny Johnson will lead the R.E. 117 involved in the tragic sea on the Amelia Island Lighthouseand your pocketbook. You'lllike J ...
Morris Skipper ter today. last week between Miami and those who have manned the the way we do business.
to1' um. The girls plan to practice troop. Frank Hall F.B. 114
all See next week! the Bahamas, spent quite some beacon during its 100plusears
week and
after school this get you Hardee R.G. 133St.
Ira Dudley Burgess Lewellen, inveterate1: time here this year. The Slades of existence. Anyone having such
set up.{ The seventh and eighth Joseph's Academy Line Up loans (,| to $600FINA.TCL
in their up
grade student body will elect two Two million acres of Florida Name P W young fisherman of this city, haJ lived at Amelia City information is requested to pass

seventh graders, four eighth graders I forest land have been planted RE. 155 to use all the angling skill he has trailer and doubtless, while here, same on to me or Mrs. Altlandif
I J. Grady
and two alternates. Miss I since reforestation began 35 acquired to land a tarpon thai they were planning the ill-fated they prefer. I would also sug-
,
R.T. 150(
A. G.A.('
; Dupont bait the cruise since Commander Slade that this be functionof
might
"Sissy" Carpenter and Mrs. San- I I years ago. Williams R.G. 160 took a liking to his over gest a .
-- -. B. weekend. Fishing from Bud Holt's was, at that time, seeking information the Historical Society aril
J. Flayfield C. 140 on boats with 'an eye possibly that group would like CORPORATIONAMOUNT
Pomar LG. 1.1):\
I B. to possibly securing one hie to contact this free-lance wrter.It .
I. J. Pellicer LT. 145 PUBLIC NOTICE Trouble came double for Mrs. should be noted that Florida's PAYMENTS FOR "

FORThe D. McClarnan LE. 125 Sfade, who also had a close call 3700 miles of coastline, from this YOU en 24 MONTHS 20 MONTHS 11 MONTHS U MONTHS

WATCH I A. Rogers Q.B. 125 AN APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE NO.ORDINANCE 363 on' their disabled craft after her island to Pensacola, has more 75.00 S 5.06 S 5..c7 S 7.55

G. Pomar F.B. 1C) OF THE CITY OF IERNAND1NAHEACH. husband died of a leg infection, primary lights than any other 160.00 5 9..c9 10.79 11.67 16.11 :n

I D. Segui R.HB. 140 YEAR. FLORIDA OCTOIER, FOR 1. THE 1963 FISCAL TO as the news of her mother's state in the U. S. Her address: .c25.00 2.c.86 28.35 30.69 .c2.5Q ..

l P. Markle LL LH.B. 145 SEPTEMBER 30. 1964 PURSUANT SECTIONS TO death in Hastings Neb., came' Mrs. Patti Altland, P. 0. Box 25, I 600.00 3.c.39 39.34 2.66 59.H -
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X X AND IN COMPLIANCE jVI'H CHARTER soon after her rescue. Big Pine Key, Fla. 33043.
OF THE
AND 72
71
and Louise Fox of the
George OF THE SAID CITY OF FER '* # 308 Atlantic AvenueFernandina
i Keystone Hotel, recently received NANDINA BEACH FLORIDA. One Patti Altland of Big Pine' There's nothing like good old
1964 FORDSEPT. } WHEREAS, it is necessary that an
letter from the Norb
I
a newsy appropriation ordinance be enacted so Key, Florida, is currently preparing consistency. Consider a sign whichis leach, Florida
Cochrans and their many local of the City of Fer entitled
that the operation manuscript
a posted on a fence around a g rk Telephone 261.3681
friends will be glad to know that nandina Beach will not be unpared.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IF EN. Lights Along the Florida school in New Jersey. "Trespassers '
they are fine and getting the ACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF THE 1y>re" and is seeking information will be prosecuted to the full OlfiH Hours: Doily 9-5; Wednesday 1 Saturday M 2
most from their "tour of duty"in FERNANDINA l.EALrf: ,
27 CITY rLORIDA.OF or pertinent data. A letter extent of the law The Sistersof ALSO FIVE CONVENIENT OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE
Europe. The Cochrans, who resided SECTION 1. The animal budget estimate f Mrs. Altland asks that I Mercy".

here for many years, were of the expenditures Florida.of the for City the t : :.. .- --*--: _', ... _'_h_ --
transferred by Container Corp. of of fiscal V ernandina year from leach October I, 1963 to ,.. .......... ....ee'clltt'_ oteQGI
America to the plant in Milan .September 30 1964, both dates inCiUbive. -
LASSERRE MOTOR CO. Italy. The Cochrans have done : submitted to the City Commission -- .....tf-_........, 8
of the City of Fernandina Beach,
bit of touring and more .
quite a Manager the City
Florida, by
.
Your Ford Dealer Since 1910PUBLIC recently were in Switzerland fora by and pursuant to Sections 71 .' .
stay. An interesting note (to and 72 of the City Charter of Fernanda SPECIALS !
Beach Florida is hereby faxed t fj _
the News-Leader staff at least) and determined as hereinafter set !' :
forth providing for the expenditure of'AI -=-
Eight Hundred Eight Thousand, Five .. \ With $5.00 More Food Order
: NOTICE Hundred Thirty Jive Dollars ($;: V:\ .: \ or Only .
535.00)) and is hereby in all respects .
\ GRADE A WHOLE
adopted and confirmed as so fixed and .. \ \ Lb.
NOTTCE ?).' COMPLETION OF AS- for sidewalk construction on the East days after final approval and confirmation i determined and the City Auditor and \ :
bt.bSMt.VT: ROLL I'OR PAVING OF side and on the West side of Stanley I of the Assessment Roll by Clerk Is hereby directed to enter the ..
51D WALKS OV THE EAST SlUE Drive art North Eighteenth Street beAM .I I the City Commission; such installments same upon the Minutes of the City of FRYERS------19c.
) OV TilE WEST SIDE OK STANtween, Parkway Street and Atlantic to bear interest at the rate of Fernandina Mach Florida. The sums
LEY DRIVE AND NORTH Elull-I I Avenue; on the East side of South 6 per cent per annum beginning sixty of money hereinafter stated are here. t. I Ii LSIITTR'0 .
TEENTII STREET BETWEEN PARK I Nineteenth Street: between Leech and i days after final approval and confirmation by appropriated as provided by law .. S
WAY STREET AND ATLANTIC AVE Cedar Street and on the West Sid of !i of the Assessment Roll by for the departments, divisions, funds .. i I.. CHUCK Lb.
NUE: OV THE EAST SIDE Ot Cirona Drive betwnen Florida Avenue the City Commission. and purposes hereinafter enumerated, J .
SOUTH: NINETEENTH STREET BE and Cedar Street has been completed i I Notice is also given to all persons and the respective heads of said departments '
TWEL.V KEECH AND CEDAR art that liens will be claimed there I interested that the City Commission are hereby authorized to .: l. STEAKS39c
STREET; AND ON TUG WEST SIDE fore against the abutting property esOP I of the City of Fernandina leach, Florida expend such sums so appropriated I \ Im :
CITRON\ DRIVE BETWEEN pecially benefitted to the extent of i will sit as aft Equalizing Board to for use of their respective departments -
.'WRm.A VES1.END: CEDAR $1062400 All such special assess I hear complaints with reference to said as may be necessary for the i ..t LIMIT THREE ,
STHERT..AS AUTHORIZED BY RE*! ments will be payable in cash sixty I assessments on the 9th. day of October purpose stated below provided such. : a
SOLUTION NO 11) ADOPTED llY I days after final approval and con. A. D.. 1963. in the City ComI expenditures shall be incurred pursuant RIB Lb. :
THE CITY COMMISSION OF TilE firmation of the Assessment Roll by\I mission Meeting Room City Hall, at to the Charter and Ordinances,I -
r elt\ OF frEKV\NDIVA ItEACH, the CIty Commission or at the option i 7:30 P.M. O'Clock, and that said Assessment of the City of Fernandina Beach, 1-lot- !I: ..
FWRLU.LON TilE TWENTY FIFTH of the owners of the abutting proper Roll and assessments will be, Ida and in the manner directed by STEAKS
- --69c
-
D.U,01': APRIL. 196:. I ty especially benefited in three (3)) : finally corrected if necessary approved law. t ..-
Notice is hereby given to all persons annual installments the first uutall- and confirmed by the said City ELTIMATED EXPENDITURES FROM I.
inU.1ttedhat:,: the Assessment Roll ment will be due and payable ninety ; Commission on this date. ALL FUNDS __ LIMIT

OWNER n' PROPERTSl'UDl'ISIOS BLOCK SIDEWALKS LOT 'OOTAGE ASSESSMENT PER FOOT TOTAL EXPENDITURES GENERAL FUND: $60638000* I...t ARMOUR STAR Lb. :
INTEREST AND SINKING .
ceorg Uardaker Forest Hills Umt 1 10 90' $1.65 H8.50 FUND 151,150.00 ..
ElbertHardaker: Forest Hills Ul11t 1 69 90' 1.65 148.sa CEMETERY FUND 4.25000 604 Atlantic Avenue FRANKS
- 38c
.
l1ryalt Rauschert Forest Hills Volt I 3i W' l.65 132.00Ray STREET PAVINli FUND 20.400.00"
,Five.ish Forest Hills Umt I 34 00' 1.65' 1..8.50 SEWER LINE EXTENSION -. I
Raymond Gough Forest Hills Urtlt I 3.1 90' 1.65 U3.50 FUND 6o50.00DUS I I LIMIT THREE I I
Houston Sapp Forest Hills Unit 1 32 :3.03' 1.65 120.50 FUND '15.30500 .t 1 ARMOUR
Don Brown Forest hills Ur.1t 1 31 73.l3' 1.6,5 1211.50 AIRPORT FUND S.dUOOO .. a<<
R. W. alphin Forest Hills, that I 31 13.03. US 12(1.5( () "l .t 1 Ul
t. Forest Ul11t 1 2!) 100.19' 1.65 16..31 HAM
S. P. Mix Hills TOTAL EXPENDITURES 2.79
Helen (Iriffin Forest Hills Umt 1 28 100.19. 1.65 1 5.31 ALL FUNDS $808.53500) ../ FOOD FAIR J Lb. Tin _
Huts, that 1 27 100.19' 1.65 163.31
Wmford Hanna Forest
annual budget estimate -
The
SECTION 2. .
Joseph Subblts Forest Hills that I 26 100.19' 1.65 165.31Harry of estimated revenue of the .1 4 Pound Con
Taylor Forest Hills that 1 25 89.%'"'. 1.65 141.25 Florida, I t COFFEE .
City of Fernandina Leach .. 49c
Tom LaMon forest Huts that 1 :H 120.%" us 198.40Harry for the fiscal October 1. 1963. to f .
year
'I Peters Forest Hills, Umt 1 23 lO.02': 1.65 193.03 30, 19fri. both dates inclusive I BLUE RIBBON BEEF Lb.
September
Forest Hills, Umt I 22 100' 1.6'i 165.00 2
Marvin Sawyer submitted to the City Com .. LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD OKDER
21 100' 1.65 165.00AI'UI !
Marvin Sawyer Forest Hills Umt 1
of ernandina
of the City
Smith Forest Hills, Umt 1 1 100' l.65 165.00 mission Florida, by the City Manager POT ROAST
Beach 49c
165.00
l 100" 1.65
tVillie Watson Forest Hills Unit I ,
Lester David "orest Hills that 1 3 100' l.C5 165.00 16i.00: as tion required 71 and 72 by of and the pursuant City Charter to Sec.of 't: MAXWELL HOUSE 1 Lb. Tin .
4 100' 1.65
Jti ph Hurley Forest Hills, Umt I fixed
I' Fernandina Beach is hereby
James Lone Forest Hills Umt 1 5 IOU' US 16J.OO I
and determined as so submitted provided t t
Paul tT1i.! Forest Hills Unit 1 6 IOU 1.65 165.20 for the receipts of estimated i| FIREKING Ea. I :

OWNER 01" PROPERTY Sl'UUl\1SlON BLOCK LOT TOOT.\GE PER FOOT TOTAL reverses in the sum of Eight Hundred i, I Co/'rccCE 59
tantl"T Carden Forest: 1I1l1s. Unit 1 7 12-1'' $1.w $ls3.4i Eight Thousand five Hundred Thirty : Coffee Mugs 7c I (
Mercury' Knuuklis Forest Hills Unit 1 8 15;)' 1.65 2.r.5t. Five Dollars $30853500)( and so fixed ; :
'
Eugene liard Forest Ullli. UnIt 1 9 13' 1.65 123.7i: and determined is hereby in all respects -,
Ema'huef J. Johnson Sr. Forest Hills, Unit I 14 13' 1.65 13.7 adopted and confirmed and I.t LIMIT TWO
Fishier 3; Woodward Forest Hills, Unit 1 15 13.03' 1.65 lxA the City Auditor and Clerk is hereby LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER (
Richard Adler Forest hills, Unit I 16 73.03' 1.65 120.iO directed to enter the same upon the I I
I Chart 'Tomlinson Forest Hills, Unit 1 17 13.03' 1.65 :20.5l Minutes of the City of Fernandina i i .: GOLDEN ROSEFLOUR 5 Lbs.
.
HarrrPoole Atlantic Highlands C 3 151.5' 1.65 249.9i: Beach. Florida. .
H. David tto'a'ers Atlantic HIghlands H 3 1i: .S' 1.65 225.: provided for the raising of .. !19c SUN AID 2 Lb. h. Ea. '
Katherine Whitney Atlantic Highlands H 2 1)1).5'; 1.65 %25.Carmen .2i revenue as follows: .
Stapleton Atlantic Highlands M S. 91' 61 3 91" 1.63 1k1.1: ESTIMATED REVENUES, ALL
ceorge: Lo\'esee Atlantic Ihghlands M S. 454' of 2; N. 451= of 3 91" 1.65 150.15 FUNDS I 4 LIMIT ONE WITH $5.0OFOOD ORDER APPLE JELLY1 ISc 8 :
Blanche C. Durham Atlantic highlands M N. 91' of 2 91" 1.65 15i.1.lS REVENUES: .
Harold R Brackett Atlantic Highlands 0 S. 91. of 3 91. 1.65 150.l: GENERAL FUND $606,38000 .
Mary MacLaren Atlantic highlands 0 S. 451. of 2; N. 45z! of 3 91" 1.65 150.15 INTEREST AND SINKING SCOTT .J ,""'c" Roll LIMIT TWO WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER *
Williain Lay Atlantic HIghlands 0 N. 91' of 2 91. 1.65 190.15 FUND 151,750 .
Wm E. Lee Atlantic Highlands T N. 101" of 2 101' 1.65 16d.65 CEMETERY FUND 4,25000 .f t-
Edgar H. Haddock Atlantic Highlands T s. 501!:' of 2; N. 5012 of 3 101" U5 166.fS: STREET PAVING FUND 20,400.00.t TISSUE Ifc ",
George E. 'I'son Atlantic Highlands T s. 10i' of 3 101' 1.65 146.65 fEWER LINE EXTENSION t-"; GIANT SIZE 9
H. W. FIShier Atlantic Highlands U 4 151.5' 1.65 249.98: FUND 655000 .t LIMIT THREE WITH $5.00"'FOOlrORDER .
J. C. IelU'iett: AtlantiC Highlands D S.Ii of 1 15..5' 1.65 lt9'J BUS FUND 1530500AIRPORT "
Luther Hamrick Atlantic HIghlands B N.IZ of 1 1S.5' 1.65 14.9J FUND 3.8CO.OO .t SALVO 58'SLIMIT
Virgil II. harper Atlantic Highlands I w 91' of 4 91" U5 150.15L
R. Church Atlantic Highlands 1 S. 45"z' of 1'; N. 451: of 4 91' 1.65 1't.1 TOTAL REVENUES ALL PRODUCE
Edward lIaner Atlantic Highlands 1 N. 91' of 1 91. 1.65 156.15 FUNDS 308535.00 SPECIALS ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER
KermIt McQuef'1AUantlC HIghlands L 4 135.S' 1.65 225.2: SECTION 4. All ordinances or parts :
Lawrence Utank Atlantic Highlands L 1 131i.5' 1.65 225.:% of ordinances in conflict herewith are
Edna Davis AtlantIC Highlands P 1 136.5' 1.65 :5.2 nereby repealed. RED TOKAYGRAPES
Edna Davis Atlantic Highlands P 4 136.5' US :25.22 SECTION 5, That this ordinance : MORTON 6 For i
James Mullin Atlantic Highlands S S. 101" of 4 101" 1.65 1&6.65 shall take effect October 1, 1963.
S. lC Stevenson Atlantic Highlands S S. 501;' of l' N. 501i' of 4 101' 1.SS 166.65 SE.. J. Johnson. Jr. : 2 Lbsl- 25c 9 I
R, E. Townsend Atlantic Highlands S N. 101. of l' 101' 1.65 16ti.6S MayorCommissionerATTEST .

Nassau at Public County Instruction hoard Outlot 72 ((less N. US') 53' 1.65 ssre IS; David: M. Gatchel Meat Pies $1
W. 33. of N. City Auditor and Clerk SNAPBEANS. :
H. R. 'Pr ce Outlot 125' of 'l2 (less Date of First Reading: September 18, 2 Lbs. 2Sc'
E. 33'of N. 125') 1:5' US t)6..2j) 1963 !
Frank Lambnght Aha Vista. Unit 1 D 1 147.5' 1.65 01.37:! Date 'of Publication: September 19,
Woodward fe McMlU'ray Alta Vista, Ulllt 1 D S. 6()' of 12 60' 1.&S 99.00 1963 t.( YELLOW BANTAMCORN ,
Bobby J. Nettles Alta Vista Vlllt 1 D N. 81.5' of 11 81.5' LOS nUl The above ordinance will be acted e
H. S. Luke Alta Vista Ulllt 1 F N. la of 1 'IIi' 1.1)3) 15.-10 upon finally at the Regular Meeting SOUTHERN MAID.5Lb.Bog.
H. S. Luke Alta Vista Unit 1 E S. !z of 1 76' 1.65 125.40 to be held at 7:30 P.M., September 25, 1 10 For 450 I .
Westerly 101' of Easterly 131 1963. The estimates of the City Man v,
Paul C. Burns Outlot of Northerly US' of OuUot 45 1:5' 1.65 20615Nassau ager upon which same is based are SMALL Mealor Grits19c
County Board of s\ \0 1 on file for inspection of the public at I Ithe t, e
Public Instruction Outlot '; ,ft 46 (less N. 15') S' 11.65' US office of the City Auditor and
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.. :Jio CITY OF FERNANDYA BEACH Clerk in the City Hall. TOMATOES.Lb. 9c LIMIT ONE EACH WITHo ORDER
t. .. BY: DAVID M. GATCEL DAVID M. GATCHEL : () FOOD .
City .Ianirer City Auditor and Clerk City Auditor and Clerk, City of I

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I Little. Leaguers. Honored At Annual Banquet; Walt Dunbar/ Guest Speak. r _.


i The annual Little League ban. *
*
*
I r vw quet was held last Thursday nightat *
Yom', a
the Elementary-Junior High q d: ; h rr' ,.
cafetorium with over 300 in at :' '
t. ;
tendance. Guest speaker for the : ;' \
I t w e t _
event was Walt Dunbar, sports. a R
.rr
caster for Channel 12 in Jackson. 1l


ville.Dunbar, in addressing the Little -

Leaguers, emphasized tha !! .a/-11;

team play and good sportsman- / lAw 1k
ship are two of the most important

,. !PF9 attributes a youngster cant ,
I t' possess and two that will stand a' iI i

them in good stead in later life. wJfCW + A \ iI I
1v I
ivy j y. t..a Pete Schuiling, Little League w \
t (
president, served as master of 0
ceremonies and began the even

ing by calking on George Sapp
for the invocation. .
.i
4 Schuiling next presented man: Atw ):. k :
agers and coaches of the various "."' aw.t ...... -. ... waM? a
: teams as follows: r
Bob Stover and Houston Sappof MEMBERS OF THE ALL-STAR TEAM I OF THE LITTLE LEAGIE SENIOR DIVISION'

_
the Pirates. ..-. -- n
Harry Peters and Bill BurbanK
MEMBERS. OF TilE ALL-STAR TEAM OF THE LITTLE LEAGUE JUNIOR' DIVISION. of the Jets.Charlie i1\1! Eugene A. Register -.
>& -
News-Leader Fernandina Beach Florida Thursday September 19 1963 Seven Tomlinson and Carl With 24th Infantry ..
_. Page Jones of the Falcons. : j
-- -- II "
Wayne Dotson andrern n \ Unit In Germany .
I 'I scoring a touchdown and he Douglas of the Hornets.
d'dn't know what to do at the'i iI Jimmie Roland and Nat Smithof U. S. Forces, Germany (A"l-
I time whether ,to drop the rod: the Redbirds. TNC) Army PFC Eugene A.
Slants j and let the fish go and listen to Fred Townsend and Oris Hig- x. Register, 19, son of Mrs Ruby E:

: Sports the game or bring the fish in ginbotham of the Senators.Joe W A 'L T DUNBAR) popular \. Whittemore, Callahan, was iw
: and let the game. go. He did both. Stubits and Jerry Giddensof Channel 12 television sportscaster .. signed in late August to the 24th
| He landed a ten-pound bass and the Braves. was guest speaker at the Infantry Division in Germany._
BY CURT GORDON listened to Florida defeat Tech, Red Bean and Elbert Gill cf annual Little League banquet :' Register is a telephone repair.

I' 18-16. : the Cubs. last Thursday night at the Ele- man in the division's 24th Sigiut

As we have said for the past I of Little League and Buddy Burgess r'> .* i Tom Michaels and Danny Grif mentarj-Junior High Cat etor zt Battalion near Augsburg. He entered -
twenty years, the : curtain: has vice-pres. of Senior League. Jonathan Hill, Fernandina I II fin of the Stags. ium. ? the Army in July 1962 and
been drawn for the 1963 football !I' Mighty fine stlections by the 'Beach High Band., Director, informs '1 George Sapp and Al Schrantr received basic training at F\u
season and the Fernandina Beach voters. j' us that the'band will not; of the Redlegs. 4 Jackson S. C. Register was l last
Pirates will be making their initial .I -& -t( -tr I', make a trip until the Pirates !I Others presented were: MayorE. CityBowling 5 ., stationed: at Fort Hood, Tex. ..
outing of the season Friday ': Season football tickets are on 'play P. K. Yonge at Gainesville. J. Johnson, Jr., City Manager v. He attended Callahan (Fla.)
night when they travel to Wood I sale by different ones around ; The band 'makes two trips this David Gatchel, County Judge J. High School. His father E. 1 L.

bine, Georgia to take on the town and by business establish- year and the other hasn't been IE. (Gene) Weatherford and Jim LeagueBY t.. r. Register, lives at 2929 Bragg :.,
Camden County Hurricanes for I Iments. An adult season ticket decided as yet. I my Stevens of the Recreation 4 Chamblee, Ga.
their first game of the season. will cost four-fifty for five home I f Commission. II. B. ELLIS, JU.
Camden has played two games: games with a student season ticket ![ Gene Lasserre says he is receiving League officals: Al Paradiso. Week of 911.63 '
More
I already with a tie and a loss on going for just two-dollars. II a number of entries in assistant district director; Jimmy Total Sports Page 8SALOON
the record. Fernandina hopes to -tr the Punt, Pass and Kick Compe 'Clark, vice president of Junioi I Team Standings W L Pins i
make it two losses.%. Ybor Alvarez, Fernand'na : talon: but he urges kids to come League: Bill Miller, vice presi I Morris & Payne Body Shoo *

J tl : Beach umpire deluxe, has been i'I: by Lasserre Motor Co. andenter dent of Senior League; Mariella 2 2 2705 I I /I
Coach Wayne Benner is his usual named to umpire in the Little i now. Announcement of the con'Schrantz, secretary; Mary Mich I No. 4 22 2759 '
self at this time of the year. :'League World Series at William. test date will be made soon. II aels, treasurer; Harry Johnson, Becker's Drugs 2 2 2758 NO. tiTTLE LEAGUE FAN was the (title bestowed on

lie thinks he will win the game sport, Pa. next Tear This -tt ,; Junior League player agent; Ray I Hadden Lanes 2 2 2751 I' mveteratejhaseball: enthusiast "Granny" Schrantz at the 0. P 0. F-
Friday night and what could be is quite an honor for a fine umpire We were just bugged with this Fiveash, Senior League player Beach Bar 2 2 2749 I I Little League,banquet Thursday night. "Granny" is pic :' R P.
better than positive thinking He .: as well as a fine fellow. We dilly. Do you know what row isthe agent; Ben Sorensen, operating No. 6 22 2735 r tured geijinV; a big hug from Mayor E. J. Johnson, Jr., .j '0"
says his boys are in a fine frame I,,,I hope to have an exclusive story ', coldest' .in a football.stadium? (; committee; Mike Pikula, equipment High Team, 3-Games after he pinned on a corsage from the officials of Little i .::1 \. Vftii 1 ."

of mind and are ready for a good on Alvarez in the near future. Z-row. I committee; Harry Poole, finance Morris & Payne 2795 League.v4Lef: ( to right, County Judge J. E. (Gene) I ,,\\tt. : .......
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No. 4
game, Who can argue with the !I -tr *" I F committee; Ray Bevilie, 2759Becker's I WeathprfonL, 'Mayor Johnson, Mrs Schrantz I-)
coach and the boys who will be |1 Margie Brewton, Cindy Henry, Jack Pettit and Bud Holt report !|auditor; Lavern Armstrong, Pris- Drugs 2758 Stevens .of the Nassau Recreation Jimmy ,
beating their brains out tr'ing'I Gail Vann, Joyce Taylor, Bobbie from the Fernandina Beach Ocean cilia Corbett, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie High, nd. 3GamesS. i' Commission and Walt il-
to win, other than the opponent : Becton, Judy Vrancken, Laura I j I I[i Pier that fishing has been good Junck of the concessions committee Bohannon 5S1 Dunbar, popular sportscaster from Channel 12 television J-
j 'I i this week W. M. Walker 575 : station il! acksoO\oille. ..? :.
\ Lathrop and Tricia Scarboro will'! even though there have ; Umpires Al Alvarez, chief, .. ;i ,
I Dr. Bailey Dickens and Hugh be the pretty girls leading the': been strong winds from the north. Willie Cooper, Alton Johnson, J. Yinning 575J. J.4}' : -- -- -- t

Stone Sr. went fishing at the cheers for the Pirates during the east. Bottom fishing has been the Paul Ewing, Gene Powers, Bill ,,; Beckett 57f :
I Jetties and brought back about football season. Edna Jane Sher- best during the past week with Cox and Bill Sutton. j High, Team Game October 1 Deadline

16 red bass according to reports ,: man and Cathy Lewis will be al- drum, trout, whiting, blues and Other committees recognized Morris & Payne 9GG Register Now!

II from Wesley at Sportsman's : ternates. pompano being caught off the I''were' : P. A. and seating Red Becker's Drugs i)46) On Applications I For Annual
Wharf. These guys always bringin o!?: ?r bottom. Dead shrimp, has been Bean, Elbert Gll! Wayne Dotson I! Hadden Lanes 943 : r It
fish even though the weatheris Perce Entzminger, former Florida : the best. bait for the catches. | and Vernon Douglas; Door -i, High Ind. GameM. I PuntPassKickContest ( t t,1 ..:'-
bad. i I football! star, was telling us f[ '* '* I Harry Peters, Bill Burbank, Jim : Fiala 234 ; For Stock Fish : I \

tr about fishing a, few years ago Mrs. Skipper: reports 'that the Roland and Nat Smith; Nominations -, C. Hodge 232 i 1U
Dr. Rodeffer was elected presi- when the Gators defeated Georgia -, winds caused fishing to be off at Joe Stubits, Tom Michaels 0. Saunders 231 :
<<<. dent of..thfirfcittle .Leajrue-S&niorj Tethai GainegyilJe.in a real I Nassauville.although .some bass, I George Spe.and Chailw High Scratch BowlersS. Landowners or individuals who
League last "Thursday night with]I thriller. Perce said he hung I sheepheacf' and croaker have teen ,Tomlinson" r4; "hvitafionsIis.. Bohannon 213-581 l I plan to.j&toci..their fish pondj For Registration and
Pete elected bass Florida i Continued' I J. Beckett 179-521 {II this fall with bream tb'uegili' Further Information
Schuiling vice-pres. big just as was > ( on eight)
__ ___. ___ __ _________n_ ___ __ page Michaels Mariella;Schrantz Menu -and Mrs.Mrs.Schrantzand Mary,;W. M. Walker 176-512JJ. !I:I and shellcracker) are urged to : Stop In Today At I -S
f. I Vinning 200-512 contact Freeman Davidson, Conservation FLORIDA'S OLDEST
Mrs. Priscilla Corbett. I Lasserre Motor
s 10. Saunders 210-509 Technician with the AND MOST HISTORIC
I 'award
During the meeting
an
4 FERNANDINA BEACH I was given to Mrs. Margaret Sch| C. Hodge 211508I Nassau in Callahan Soil Conservation, or Moray District L'-' Company tmrrtt Meeting Ptacfr torII

I rantz as the No. One local fan at j Harrell Soil
Conservationist,
I Little League games. |I Uffelman, Larry Knowles, Kenny Room 409, Duval County Court- ? ATLANTIC AYE ,
At the. conclusion of the regularly Harris and Clint Rich. -- -
"JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWNBEACHES" I I I house, Jacksonville. The deadline II i
scheduled awardswere Following the dinner and
r k program : pre- I, for making application for fish'
) presented to the winning; gram a business meeting was held is October 1st. WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY
: team in each league and to mem1I :and! new officers were named for
I bers of the All-Star team. ,I I the coming year as follows: These fish are furnished at no WAAS DRUG STORE

Directory Furnished By These Merchants and Business Men j Members of Bohannon's Stags, !|i Bill Rodeffer, president; Buddv cost to individuals 'and landoVnI, SUBURBAN
( winners in the Senior League, Burgess, vice president of Senior ers who have a suitable pond ori I PROPANEA.
were recognized as follows: .Billy -!i League; Pete Schuilinpr, vice lake for stockng.: Davidson or S.
ALLAN'SPRESENT
George's Suburban I Miller, Johnny Scarboro, Benny president of Junior League; Carolyn Harrell will be able to give each .

FLORIDA'SMachine I Alvarez, Hank Bailey, Harry i, Vizcarrondo, secretary; Mary- applicant information as to number i,
FIRST i Gas Co. Mills, John Allen, Robert John-'; Michaels, treasurer; Haskell Rice, of fish he needs and also : UNIVERSITY
Shop GOLF COURSE Jj) Propane son, Mike Conner, Mike Arm- '! player agent Senior League; Har- problems that'might be encount-I.. OF FLORIDA FOOTBALLON

t SERVING ALL strong, Wayne Combs, Ted And ry Johnson, player agent Junior !! ered in fish pond management. :i WPAP
2 N. FRONT ST. EXCELLENT YOUR NEEDS IN erson,. David Walters, Steve Carver League. j In addition tQ the, fall stock- '
Machine; Work 18-HOLE LP GAS AND I Cecil.Ennis and Bobby Thorn Named to the Board of D'reo |ing of bream,' orders can be SATURDAY, SEPT. 28 1963, AT 2:45
GAS APPLIANCES ton. tors were Tom Michr.els, Fred |placed for the spring stockingof Florida Gators vs Mississippi State
I Welding l Brazing LINKS Members of the KAC Redlegs, Townsend and Al Alvarez. bass.

Marine Repairs 7 South 7th St.Special winners in the Junior League, ''II ].-- -- -- - .

Phone 261.3661 were recognized as follows: Tommy ,
Service To I
Schrantz, ,Bob Godwin, Lee
t Shrimp Trawlers TIDES I I. Key, Steve Hadden, Lee Godwin,
-- All Work Guaranteed T. H. KING Jimmy Avery, Mike Sapp, Mark

Haddock, Phil Alday, Joe Rodef- ,
Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday Thru Saturday at JETTIES PHOTO. 'SHOP I fer, Ed Cook, Dwight Key, Ricky
Jones Steve and Rhett cIMrn'cuovu.
Ensle7
Add Roll Processing ,
Phone Day 261-3711 30 Minutes Far I
'
Harding.
Night 261-5338: Fernandina Harbor Developing & Printing
Kodak Film Receiving awards as member3 I
I
HIGH LOW Photo SuppliesMovieColored f of the District Champion Junior
League All-Stars were Terry
BE WISE.I Friday, Sept. 20 & RegularWeddings I Rowe Mark Haddock, Steve Solomon -

9:45 a.m. 3:40: a.m Fletcher Shurley, Billy Burbank -j I
"rOrCeiaIfliZe' 9:51 p.m.: 4:04:; p.m: Portraits by Appointment Only I Stewart Pikula, Tommy I j> F
Studios At boy Ash St. Skipper, Mike Douglas, Lee God- I
Saturday t Sept. 21 win, Ricky Jones, Mike Sapp,J
LASTS 3 OU 4 TIMES Pone.4586 Mark Morris, Carl Harris William
10:17 am. j
: :14 a.m.
LONGER THAN : : Cass Alternates were Ron I Ii
10.4 f
4:43
ORDINARY WAX JOB p.m. : p.m. i nie McDonald and Clint Rich.Coaches .
Your Ad, Here
j Sunday, Sept. 22 were George Sapp and
LASSERRE MOTOR I I Red Bean. iI i
10:52: a.m. 4:49 a.m. WillS Be Seen I Awards for the Senior League!
CO! 10:59: p.m. 5:23: p.m. I I All-Stars went to Benny Alvarez, J!

8th SI. Ph. 261-3819 Monday, Sept. 23 By Over7,500'Readers :i Hank Miller,Bailey Granville Mike Burgess Conner, Dickie, Bill II' NEW CARS WILL BE
HERE
11:30: a.m. 5:25 a.m. ,, Fox, Bobby Johnson, Mike Pikula, SEPT. 27

11:38 p.m. 6:07: p.m. Steve Beville, Dwight Morris, i iI
Barry Rice Beryl Rice, Mik.'
Going I Fishing? Tuesday, Sept. 24 r I Rice, Alan Cover and Johnny i ONLY A FEW 1963's LEFT

12:13: p.m. 6:07: a.m. Porter & Weisner. Tom Michaels and Char i iI -
Visit Us For 6:57: p.m. 'Lovequist lie Tomlinson were coaches.
Complete Line Of. General Contractors : Bill Miller presented graduation I 3 FALCONS 3
Fishing Tackle Wednesday, Sept. 25 SPECIALTIES certificates for the Senior Lea GALAXIES
12:23: a.m. 6:55: WOODWORKING gue and Jimmy Clark for the i if
a.m.
t nods Reels f
: Junior League. ; T 1 MERCURY
Outdoor Camping 1:01: p.m. 7:53 p.m. PLASTIC SURFACINGCUSTOM I 1 FORD TRUCK
BUILT CABINETS i Senior graduates are Billy Boy-
Equipment Thursday, Sept. 26 KITCHEN AND BATH ette, Jerry Bunch Danny Full-

FIRESTONE I 2:02 1:16:; a.m.p.m.: 7:51 8:53;: p.m.a.m.: : REMODELINGComplete Showroom wood Benny, Alan Alvarez Cover,Wayne Larry Combs Gilileo, Hurry Down -- these too/Tf Last long!

BEACH SUPPLY For Color Coordination Billy Miller Charles Burns, Dic .
) Hoes Council kie Fox Bobby Johnson. Mike Pi
lit Atlantic Are 261448.E 4 'Oodettc Survey Phone 261-3068 kula, Dwight Morris, Mike Rice
t and Richard Williams.
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Junior graduates are Mike LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANY
Sapp, Ricky Jones, Lee Godwin,
Mark Haddock, Phil AIda], Lee
FUN IN THE SUN fl Key, Mike Douglas, Tommy Free- '

man, Carlton Geiger, Carl Harris, :
AT FERNANDINA BEACH Steve Solomon, Fletcher Shurley, I
Stewart Pikula, Kenny King SOUTH EIGHTH STREET
Since 1910
FISHING BOATING SWIMMING Mark Morris, Tommy Corbett, I
PHONE
;;;; GOLFING AND JUST PLAIN \ Rocky Dougherty, Billy Stewart j 261-3819
Tony Vizcmondo, Terry Rowe,j ji
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I Pairings in ,the second round I I FIRST FLIGHT, l j W.D lEANER FRESHER GROUND Quantity R'jhtj: Reserved i
I Golf AssociationClu and results of the first round areas I i 1 tl8. ..
Hirrv Poole v*. Boh Yctm, I Prices Good Thru It ? EC
i fellows: one won o"'w A",tv Allan and B f 5 5199 WINNDIXI! STORES. INe $L HICKORY '
e e PKG.
COPYRIGHT- un
I ( !) Championship CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT Yo"". n"*'P Bob Asl'"*. I I y SMOKED
Hall' n+Ws Fra1 .
Y. E. Hall vs. Rudy York. Fll vs. I 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH TARNOW '' '
"' won over Jesse Tiner and York +r.y, 1f'ft't r* I' Second Round over Lewis Bean. Jpf"nlt ,and Osteen over Don Ro-tI tIbe" AGRICULTURE

,. Joe Scarbora. L C. Shave 'a9. Scrapple
I t I .
.'"The.Club Championship Tour Scarboro won by default from Diclc Bennett' vs. J1ttV ,n. II I
rhhptit( \ of the Fernandina Beacn Bob Gedeon and Share won over R*nn.*t won ovA" B'iM COPELAND ASSORTED LUNCH
and Yam over H.rb Bi.5Tey.f i
Golf Association entered the second :: Glyn Waas.
round this week at the FerJiandina : Sam Merrow vs. Tom Lannon .,At Bodine vs RPn Shev.. Bod- Meat 2 p 491. :
; won over T<"n Shave and
' Beach Golf Course. Merrovr won over George Tyson I
Shave Jo+n Gnet.SFrovn :
I ar
and Lannon over Ray CaldwelLBill I
Play in the second round must Melton Ed Jones. Mel I! ; FLIGHT i REG. 79* FRIED FISH J ,
vs. ?
)Je completed by Sept 22, the ton won aver Dr. G. W. Barker C. 'W F 'wprd vs. &",' S \anion. w, fi

Jhird round by Sept. 29 and the by default and Jones over John PowsH won ewer Fd .Boner Sticks. l'/2-Lb. 591. .. .
BOX I "
final rand by Oct 6. Scarboro aivl Qwn <" over John ?" < <**. i iI I t t ...
l Cecil Lontien vs. Jim We"A". "'
.af-
'
I COPELAND 13RAUNSCHWEIGER or CHUNKBologna. ,
I T/jr-Men1 won n""* Ace Re1"nMI

i=- __ V* Default and Weber over Burns
1S :. ___ --- I I Ba1f" I Ii lB. 39,
== Smith Jim CbrV
i >f'he v<
Op 1t
I t -- I Smith won over Arthur enshaw S10

e.. _. -- Ii and Clerk over Bob Er sH.G"s } I ,4. : ( I I I I A I "
Lowen tein vs.! D. W. Ri"IP-I 1
.. ;=:-.. -- I er. towenitpin! won over Rob I COLONIAL. BRAND CUT-UP Quick Frozen HEAVY .Limit 2 with $S5 order s ;< .

.. ; .- -- PWnnev' and Ringer over Pete :I ...

Ingram. n

,. ..I u THIRD FLIGHT Hens 25 SHANK
Ceffl Brewton vs. A. H. Har- LB.
I
Ir iW Brew+<*n won over Ham Hantton HALF
{) and Hardee over Lester Dur Y
I I : IHIWrUSTIElV .I I
.. ham.Newt; Roberts vs Ervm Wil- I HORMEL BONELESS CANNED REG. $2.99") :..

: 1 r+s. Robert won over Gordon LB.
4 1 Rntlf1r and Williams over DanI

1I I e I Dangherty.Perc "
Entrm'n!er vs. FrankI -Ham 3C N$2S9 4

'1 1 1 1 L I '->'nbr'''ht. Ent/minser won over ,
Bill Miller and Lambright over 3
Ray Landress. '
1 I John Dozier v!1. Steve Snence. I Whole Butt
Halflb.
1 I'f Dozier won over E. V. Garcia and 1 -_- x i or 49

i Spence over Don Brown. jnfly.r
I FOURTH FLIGHT

9 I John Baxter vs. Bob Ramsey 1 : ,,,, {.,:!,::"... : ' ; ,-
Baxter won over Buddy Linen .. / \ Red Delicious "
Jfli\
/ t land, Ramsey over Jerome Spent:
: Al Miller! v* Bill Hardee. Mil-
: W won over Harrv Sahlman an I
APPLES
e Hardee over John Barniak. i
I : John Gregory won over Lon 3 t
'\
\ n' Nolan and gets a bye in the see !
.. i ond round since; the other match
1 in this bracket was not played! I
Emerson Fizer vs Walter Pres tcR A''' Y / TOMATO 4 lB, 39
.
r : n ton. Fizer won over Harry Tay-I r ; /1 tssue. BAG ,:
: for bv default and Preston over # gttttER 1EAj
.. : Tom Digb". "I Eln 1 1
I j FIFTH FLIGHT I Golden Bantam Sweet
I I 1
Bill Hugh Stone
Royals.
.. ,. de j(Royal won over David Nussbaum I Land 0' Sunshine Thrifty Maid Tomato

xV .T I, and Stone over John? Schultz. I 1 CORN
f
?'v, i Tom Tilman vs. .Ben Clarke. j 1I
r hY
iTilman won by default over Darwin -)
1, !'t Smith and Clarke by default j jI BUTTERICATSUPI
S, 1' ,1 '. 1 over H. M. A km\' k I'
I
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1 N Yit 5"
I SLANTS I Limit one i 1 Limit two with EAR

r SP2Rl with $5. 1 $5.00 order or
T GORDON 1 d 1 d
ht
il order ormore. 1 more, please. )

: (Cpntinued from page seven) II III 1 g50 Extra"Green Stamps
at1*, ? 1 12 B OT. I
: I|caught She is looking forwarJ to I 1 -OZ- WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
'a weekend of good fishing if the ,: LO 1 Save' 9J/2* Ea.
1 Two PKCS FROZEN GOLD KING
., ,wind calm down. I i iI
r v T t+a 'Tr I i{ .... .,_'fi-. Onion Rings
j I Coach George hcj -_ -- I TAT
-. : will have some big Tyson boys for says his B i .J<. ... ;.1. ..-.z.--,_ ____ ___ __ _" -_ COOO ANY THRU SEPTEMBER WINN-DIXIE'

i'i -v-jv I team this year. The team will play*, SAVE 8* EACH O'SAGE FREESTONE '. Limit 2 please. /I s. 1 1 dl llMi /
f 'their initial game of the season ,
vfcmm : on, September. 31. We Will have Surf
No. 2'2CANS d ht h 7 rf it d hl
more on the young group next Peaches 191. r .
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I ,rr '
.. Wi I week. S 4 STAN a S 50 bta2Wf Green Stamps

WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF y
'_ eT1TBaT1 FIIMIfIR CfJ' M
e. : Winn-Dixie Reports I SAVE 6/2! EACH THRIFTY MAID Limit, 2 please. Two Plat fROZEN

Rich's Choc EclairsCOOD
, : W Increase Of'4.24! I 303 STAMI 4QEEA+. COOD THRU

i I 1 A pp I e SAUCE 1 0 I. 1vEl..,' AT ANY SEPTEMBER WINN-DIXIE 2T

i sa .1 dl
.1. *'ytr+,'** i Percent In Sales* I IJnckson"ille

m < SAVE !% EACH EVAPORATED Limit 8 please. STAM/7
Fla. An increase i., rrlrrr 1t I' itnw
i. of 4.21 percent in sa'cs WE'e 2C Green is.r.
+ TALL 59 Extra Stamps
1 'was recorded by I Winn-Dixie; Pet Milk 8 $1. "
; Stores during the four-week p,0'iod I CANS WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE< OF
I GFEEA
ended August 2-1. corrpaicd! S1AMP ONE 4-01 CAN FISCHER!
I with the corresponding period a'' Black Pepper
1 year ago, it was announced at'II j' SAVE 3* EACH THRIFTY MAID Limit 10 please. ME4/1{
i L000 THRU SEPTEMBER 2111'
r. '
, : general headquarters in Jack-

.. 1 1I sonville.! II | TALL' LNEE/I sS AT ANY WINN-DIXIE, .
4.
.
*>$ I The Winn-Dixie four-week sales! I Evap Milk 10 ::1. STAMW
.
I i: 14 volume totaled $04.060,600 as' ; 1;, CANS WE b1V1 -
!
JiuLi compared with $01,458,053; during' r *
>t iVWWnWfi '
fc
i I was the same an increase period of last$2,608513.year. TlisI SAVE 8* EACH WALDORF ASSORTED COLORS 4FEEt STAMY. 50 Extra V//.v)f Green Stamps

... 3,,. Sales durng the eight-week J S.S% # WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF .

... \ ( j !I period$127,573,448 ended as August!compared 24 totaled with Ii ss u e 4 ROLL 29; f ONE 2.LlAg I li Crs.' GOOO

I $$119697,485 during the corrt'I PKG. G, EfI.r .
.1 ponding period of 1962 STAMV. GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER JUT
: crease of $7, 75,903 or 6.58 peT d d d d AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
1J lli r 4 wEwa

.. '" *, cent.Winn-Dixie now hag 609 retail,! 50 Extra M .4 C rely Stamps 58 ulriawGreen Stamps c.

stores thronghwit the South WITH THIS COUPON UNO PURCHASE OF WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF 41+Ef I
STAMPS dv
compared with 596( a year ago. -
Two PKGS. FRO P N REDI fiVE PKIU FROZEN DIXIAN4
,. Greyed SyslersA Blackeye Peas Me W f 5 ExtrasGreen Stamps
s
1 .i Boles / WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF .
GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER 2IST GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER 21ST
I egraduates From I WINN-DIXIE GfiEEMPS,. ONE PAMIEM s.n. Tuft _
| AT ANY
AT ANY WINN-DIXIE STA
s1 d sz Colgate Toothpaste!
1 I j IG Iwo HAS School I
1I 6000 THRU scrrcMBCR Ji rAT

I ::I! : riper fO Ira I'IMaWI,od.ti w sm..Milo- al till arrl W.noI Nd,1sf : GLYXCO, GA (FHTNC) 'I' I i' I ANY WINN-DIXIE .

'I it .. [,third Gerald class X., USN Boles, son aircontrolnun of Mr. aad \WC1VE ( i i ......s.. .. -"-.., "wJaJ {-a--- ,1 4REE1.STAMW SI
.
: A new '64 Chevrolet is a lot more truck than (I Mrs. Albert Boles of Route 1,I I -JI'"r---- .,.. ....... "'".,., ,. ,,-.---- -- S "
your .Fernandina Beach completed the l<'t' ,f 'f-.
I A '
I )f' r A, d {
S1r .
Air Cdntrolman Class "A" School jI II j ti
bought cabs I i (
money engines, '1" '
:
16 in !" "; :
I graduating Aug. ceremonies //y + "I.
: frames, suspensions-all have been improved to : conducted at the Naval Arj GREEN y' OUR CHOICE' '' r 1 mDII' I I r ,..."
Technical Training Center, Naval STAMPS ,& / "P $ ''
: give you more value for Practically the same I r.1 :
Air Station, Glyneo, Ga.
VACUUM PACKED 't-.5, BLUE or WHITE ARROW +
investment Let us bring to show I The course provides the basic .
one over you I >
knowledge and skills, when added O.

1 why Chevrolet's!< the truck to put your money: on. I I 1;to the practical technical experience reqnrements to fulful for jil' Astor Coffee t if Detergent \

i petty officer third class in thi f ,
1 ':Navy's air controlman rating. It l : '1', 1 ,
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Ef 7'
I a'so provides the basic control! ; I*. 1-L B. CANSAVE GIANT BOX j
tower operators with the know-I :', 4 9 I 4 r. r 4 $ r

:S QUALITY TRUCKS COST LESS T I i ledge eertif Agency's cation.to meet the requirements Federal Aviation fori "t"',1.}. 10 l l :' ,..;." SAVE 111 t:."...t


: tJ .
11 Naval training schools produce : MAXWElL HOUSE Save l 10< fj NEWBL UE. SaVe 21GIANT < ,
1 : bon ysar Chttrckt dealer a oat anrtrp3 of truck I the power in seapower by supply- Ii
and skilled
ing qualified personnel -
;1 .. to fulfill the many technical $ XWEL Coffee CAN ilB. 59; A6 ': Cheer 58 ;. '

needs of today's Navy _. :

Woodward Motor Co. ELEPHANT FOSSIL FOUND '(JHOUSE) F Limit 1 with $5.00 or ,1. Limit 1 with $5.00 food :

I more food order .. <" # order or more.
Highway construction workers : ; .. "-,. x'-.F" :
\\1 in Italy dug up the bones of a @1"f' "" -, ->,,:",-) I. 1 ,--.. ,. ''. _.
J :','cuth8th Street Fernandina Beach, Fla. Phone 261-3636 prehistoric elephant which experts 'lI:1.=td1 ",-., # MA ...V sq ",.41
1i estimated had died more than a .l!!!! i@lf> :'-;; _

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Fernandina Beach,Florida Thursday, September 19, 1963 Page Nine ;!


I Scouts Of Local Troop 191 Win Honors At Camporee Scouts Hold First I given until the final eligibility an additional year for each three tf I

Court of Honor Veterans delimiting date to obtain a new months of active wartime fcer- f
A GI loan. vice, but not beyond the above 4

BY ROBERT FINCANNONThe Otherwise, eligibility deadlinesfor maximum deadline dates. i
Date
I ,., ... Mohawk District Of Fall Season I II I ,t
,, ,. '' Campo-
>
._ "<:/.x ; ; : ;.", ,t.. V"'<:::'w. World War II and Korean f
n
t"T'.N:: ;:[ :-- :" t; : :{ =---H., funeree was held at Camp Echoc- I Florida's four seedling nurser- f
veterans are based on discharge
.JlV : : to? :' ; kotee, Sept. 678. A total of 21.. The first Court of Honor of the 61 Loans I II dates and length of service. Their !! ies, operated by the Florida For- I
: patrols, 18 from Mohawk and S,' fall held I will release at cost t
"I. season was September i I eligibility! expires 10 years from est Service,
: ;=. from Nassau checked in Friday 16 by Nassau District, Boy Scoutsof i War II and Korean Con date of discharge from their !last : 80,000,000 seedlings for planting I
J afternoon. Judging began imme America. whose eligibility is period of wartime service, plus during I the fall and winter months.

: diately. I The opening ceremonies were I' for GI loans because (
N Packs and equipment were inspected conducted by Scouts Ted Anderson were destroyed or
q f and menus were handedin Mike Hamilton and Patrick I
I be-
; to sell and move II
this time and each patrol
at II Lear/ Special commendation was j compelling reasons, have
began working hard to receive as given to all boys receiving awardsat maximum eligib lity I

many points as possible. Points this time since they have demonstrated -i to obtain another Once you use KBWDllPOUt I IIUCITElIlIlISIJ

', 1 were given in hikecraft, patrol individual initiative in
w. spirit, campcraft and cookcraft. completing the requirements at
H+ On Saturday morning the individual !! home and at camp. date for a World t
veteran to obtain a CII( I II Paint
contests began. All day
The rank of Second Class Scout
1967 and tint
25
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I
Saturday the scouts were in individual I was awarded to Wesley Douglas, 'I is January,
V au : competition in first aid, Patrick Fiala, Joey Ryals, and veteran
:
G ( Thomas C. Hall, Nas I
: 1 physical fitness, skish, and tent Walter Sturges. Service Officer, ex you'll! never so back
I .
At the campfire on Saturday -
pitching. The rank of First Class Scout
R ,, F Fa evening, awards were to "hard mil"paints!
I. was awarded to Steve Anderson. for restoration of Cl''
ov ti u given. Robert Bedford, Cecil Bennett,
.4 Scouts from 191 the eligibility are those
:: awards Troop won II Robert Ferreira, and Hydie Peter whose homes are de j Once you see how effortlessly new"Luclte"
f # following :
II 4 Larry Lannon, first place trophy -: son. The Star Scout rank was fire, storm, or other I House Paint flows on-how it dries in min
presented to David Allison, Jon
for the h'ghest number of God; whose homes are. utes-how easy it is to clean up with soap
Belcher, and Robert Johnson. I .
points on all the individual events. The rank of Life Scout was condemnation; orVh., !' and water after painting, you'll never.go.,
Patrick Leary, a spinning rod awarded to Ted Anderson. because of health or back to oil base paints.
for high score in the skish con- I'I I are transferred by ]
..trof Fifty-seven merit badges were j! t '' And "Lucite" is incredibly durable-dries

test.Steve Adams and Danny Ful- presented David Allison to the, Jon following Belcher,boys Robert -: II veteran is forced to Ii I i; 1.t to a rich flat finish without the temporary
'
wood received pup tents for winning Johnson, Ted Anderson, I compelling reasons, shine of old fashioned paints. Hides stir'

the tent pitching: contest. Benjy Dckens, Wesley Douglas, that th VA will : t, face imperfections,resists chalking, cracking .,

I PROUDLY HOLDING RIBBONS they won at a recent Camporee are Scouts of local Fifteen ribbons were given to Danny Fullwood, Mike Jones, veteran's eligibil.1/ 1 dirt and fading. a.. .

Troop 191. Front row, left to right: Jimmy Saunderson, Pete Peters, Mike Townsend, the winning patrols. There ribbons were Larry Lannon, Patrick Leary, GI loan if the put- ,. .,
and 5
5 blue, 5 red yellow
'Charles Holton, Ralph White, Paul Schran tz. In background, left to right, Danny Full. Crew of Richard Sapp, Cecil Bennett, Robert the existing loan I
The Explorer Troop Ferreira, Frank Fiala, Patrick lender by securing new .. ,
-wood \\ Iey Douglas Mike Hamilton Steve Adams Lannon Reed Rucker '
% Larry 191 received the first place blue I. Fiala, Frank Harrison, Billy The veteran is then 'I
(Graham Page and Patrick Leary. number of
ribbon for the highest I Bob Harvey, Kenny King, Hydie I -- ( dt
\ : ,
1 points in the entire camporee. Peterson, and Joe Smith. I I jo j- ; .

Too Late '' :. :.,.c: The Pelican Patrol of Troop Following the award presentation -! How Much : If
I t ';<{ 191 won the third place blue ribbon : Nassau District Commissioner --
and the Owl Patrol receivedthe I
Fred Townsend cited the mem- Security !
To Classify fifth place blue ribbon. bers of Troop 191, who had attended -
I this You Collect? Q
This is the second time i the Mohawk District Cam- ll s.tf
.I that Troop 191 has won first j jII
year and had received honors on Y
BY RUSSELL KAY place in the Mohawk District a poree patrol"and individual basis. retirement live comfortably? A Metropoli dur- t I jI

? Youth, ambition, know how Camporee. Townsend particularly pointed out Security Check-up r I
and executive ability were the Scouts attending from Troop the Explorer Patrol, the Eagle the financial facts, /11 U 11 1o LUCITE I

principal assets of two young 191 were: Patrol, and the Pelican Patrol, as you plan for the fu- q Houso Paint
Vfall Street operators, Joseph G. Explorer Crew Danny Full- penant winners in the Camp-o-ree review: of your {
Flanigan, 33 and ,homas A. Ba- wood Reed Rucker Mike Hamil- activities. Scout Larry Lannonwas health is as important \\z; 1 1

rpody, 29, president and vice ton Steve Adams and Lee God- presented a trophy which he physical check-up. This I

president respectively of Castle- rv % win.Pelican had won for high individual activities J strictly confidential o ;
Wood International Corporation Patrol Jim Saunderson at this Camporee.The is'' no obligation ex 12 BEAUTIFUL COLORS .. .
of Miami, which they organized Ralph White Charles Holton rotating trophies for at- you love. Why not AND INTERMIXES w..
and established after checking Mike Townsend, Bruce Gregory, tendance and advancement were ?'
lucrative l jobs in the north. Wesley Douglas and Pete Peters. presented to Troop 213, who pre- $8.55

Sold on Florida and its future, Owl Patrol Patrick Leary, sented the closing ceremonies.The o :
these two young executives de- AWARD WINNERS in individual contests at the recent Paul Schrantz, Larry Lannon, next Court of Honor was MIIEFIALA

gded no area offered greater op- Camporee at Camp Ochockotee were the above Scouts Gary Lovequist and Graham announced for October 29th ai i r f GAL

portunity for starting a new from local Troop 191. Left to right with their loot are Page. 7:30.
business than the Sunshine State. Accompanying the Scouts were
Fullwood Michael Lannon and Steve
Danny Leary, Larry
.. Castlewood International Corporation Scoutmaster Robert Fincannon, "Many a sad husband has learned : Phone 261-5329
is the vehicle through Adams. Fullwood and Adams received pup tents for Asst. Scoutmaster, Tommy Sea- when the little woman refersto Fernandina Beach NASSAU BUILDING & SUPPLY CO..

I which these Wall Street "Boy II | winning the tent pitching contest. Leary received a graves, Junior Asst. Scoutmaster 'pocket change' she means out I I

Wonders" plan, manipulate and j spinning reel for winning the skish contest and Lannonwas Richard Sapp, and Nassau District of his pocket and into hers." Life Insurance Co. 1129 South 8th Street Phone 261-3618 I ir

rontrol the destinies of several ; awarded a trophy for the highest number of pointson Commissioner Fred Townsend. Ron Coffman, Grove City ((0.) York 10, N. y, : :-_' I

I leading affiliate: enterprises I all individual events .......-...... I Record.
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them State Liquor I ______ h__' _____ __
Among ; ------ "-
Stores, the largest discount beverage i rHEALTH
group in Florida. No field ; ing marked success. j a typical business week. Baroodyhas

u more competitive, but by de-'I' But the roots spread even far-1 come to depend on his ... S-1 t ,
eloping a chaintype operation I ther. On a deep stained mahogany "RED" phone and screen as the NSi j L t

utiliz'ng the popular supermaiket I i desk in an executive's ot-!very lifeline of the" multi-million 'l'OPlCS D- t 7 V1 f
method- of merchandising, lice rests a' "llED telephonewith I dollar'Castlewood International p I
growth has been phenominal a direct line to one of the : organization.In \ + Tt t$ 1 fs t "rr
through 14 South Florida outleU. \ largest brokerage houses in South I coming to Florida, Flaniganleft x 1
Another enterprise controlled Florida. On a nearby wall is: an a brokerage firm position A Service of.our Doctor of Medicine, '
Your Loral Medical Society and the '
Sy Castlewood is Mar-Tab Vending enlarged screen on which a t'c- where he was earning $100,000 Florida Medical Association 1' -
the number one multi-line, ker tape is continually projected. 'II'III. yearly. In addition, he was the b f EI : r
ATHLETES A. ) .
Spin operated vending machine I. Within this: office, obviously I youngest member ever to sit ors f fg .
firm: in the state. I functional, yet resembling a plush the executive committee of the EXAMINATIONS

Third in the group is Castlt- hotel suite, Baroody makes frequent i Philadelphia Transportation Com The examination of a boy
wood Fixtures, a division of CusJ : telephone calls. These calls, pany. Baroody is a former sale who wants to be an athlete can f.' i ,
tlewood International, an organization -i often requiring no more than CO manager for the Wall Street put the examining physician in '
J specializing in custom ir.- seconds, can result in thousandsof brokerage house of Reynolds & I a difficult position. Being J r 1 1h 1r' ; 4; '
U-rior designs: which is achiev- dollars in transactions during Company. Both are vice presi-I I turned down for something he
wants to do that will build his
-.. I morale and ego can cause psy- \ # fI s s 1 r'M
chological trauma to a boy 1
I Sometimes much pressure is r i, Ft
i exerted by interested parties in r t 4 t+ + a

an effort to have an athletic "
I aspirant given a clean bill of ? % w' : a e i< r,

health by the examining physi- ,
cian. But physicians have stand- r ? 1 1 / e eI
'tM s uj. t Y x
ards when qualifying 0 r '
disqualifying anybody for any- 'f '
thing, and are not to be coerced ; g. f.r > I t a r .
:
f into confirming that a boy is i
qualified to be an athlete whenhe 1 1e i a v t
is not. even though he may 1
WAS IT SHORT IN have skills much needed by an ,

athletic department : ,, # t t ;
There are three major problem t r
areas where disqualifying I
CLEANLINESS defects are often detected in s t .,
COMFORT r
1
/ ._ A the examination of prospective r t -F)1l
: '
athletes. The metabolic diseases
'
\ are a factor, especially diabetes., I
Diabetes, as such is not always t
'.r;. considered a disqualifying disease -, ) 1
y I y ,
'') if it is adequately con t ;
.I trolled either with or without s e
insulin. But often there are insulin ,
reactions associated with 1 i ,1 F
increased exercise. Kidney disease i f s t
4rL
is a serious matter, and
while the results of tests may
: REASONABLE COST CONVENIENCE not be alarming during exami- t I '
nation, the added stress of ath tt't A j jt
.
\ letic competition can put a
: +. i-4'i {it:: heavy load on the kidney function -
r 4119,4 I with dire results. Thert e : ) 1' 4
\ t.I 0 are problems of the cardiovas :i A .. .s +s t
'" cular-respiratory system, which
: I frequently include heart and
I blood pressure abnormalities. !
.. fit11JlI' : Ufl I A youth needs to be in good I /

health when competing in II i
sports, especially the contact + F 1 '
such football, basketball I p' t ? x t
ones as II
i wrestling and soccer. His I a ,. :j' ,
best insurance is an adequate .. f+ ts ,
DEPENDABILITY physical examination. I ii '> F' t 3 '4
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IF YOU WERE SHORT IN ANY OF THESE THINGS ;Wt >w' ,., dents of GEM Securities Com- set your sights on tall timber-if you want to bag The forest means so much to everyone-hunters,

I pany.This company is owner of such a big one, for that's where the wild game hides out fishermen and conservationists alike. That's why we
YOU NEED SUBURBAN PROPANE GAS HEAT
: I real estate holdings as Safeway, And if you're a fisherman,you know that clear foresttry to manage our land to benefit all-to help increase,

r. A & P and other AAA leases, as fed lakes and streams are where the big fish drift. the wild game along with the supply of pulpwood. "
well as 85 percent of Castlewood .

Check In New and Used International The combined Investment --- ," ; --,711'. '''' ,t':
Our Bargains Ranges portfolios of CEM and .. 1 .t tt. : 9',

Castlewood total more than $12 j. 1 1' .: : .;. ._ :, .. .":':. ;..
million.
and Water Heaters <
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for the risk of new efforts zuui '."-. ,. .

J attendant risks in a new field,I ; :,. ....r '''. .;: .*' .. .. '

f Flanigan replied, "These are eur "- "' \< '
productive years. We must move ,.

: SUBURBAN PROPANE ahead. If our Florida chain-type ,t' :. :'k; ;' "'... : (i J" ._ : ; ': .. ..
operation continues to pay off -..- ; '. -.!' ,, '.. .,. .'
and our stores can be success- ;. < ...."' 1"f"" : ..:. .. -: .. ',) :. -. ..4 ; _

''i I GAS SERVICE fully maintained nationwide Expansion ,CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA I M J .
will not be difficult." -. .
II -.i, .y Fernandina Beach, FloridaT' / ; ,
"It's a test, a, challenge and I '- \ .:

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Page Ten ncw' .Leader,.Fernandlna Be teh,Florida Thursday,. September 19, 1963I f f"f" - ial Unit which is it present! sta. meats were served by the Hv::
__ Bryant Academy toned in our community. The pitality Committee.
I i principal also presented his staff bnteria Mobley, President
I It. Cmdr. C. A. Butler i iI members to the body. James B. Brjaat, Principal

I I High School Echoes. I On USS Detector, I i: P-IAiNews.: t!,.Mrs., New Mary Home Benjamin Room ,Mothers First Grade are "" .............. -"

BY NED TYSON' f The Senior Mascot is Ted And Battle "E" Winner :, BY FRANCES J. JIOLL1UAY I; Mrs. Marie Favors, iirst Register Now!
Hello, I erson. He will be allowed to at- 'I f The P-t of ;:.Dtyant. Aca- grade II; Mrs. Margaret Mob For Annual
Last week, P3.H.S. was as' tend all Senior functions.The NEWPORT, R. I.. (FHTNC) -I: demy held*tt. drt t meeting of ley, second grade; Mrs. Leila

1 busy as could be. Class meetings ; Key Club and Tr!-Hi-Y Navy Lieutenant Commander'I the 1963-64 "scSvof'tera' recently I Jones, third grade; Mrs Laura PuntPcssKickContest
t were held Thursday so we ran' inducted new members into the Charles A. Butler son of }lr. and with thirty-nine members in attendance Rhodes fourth grade; Mrs. Men
on a seven period schedule. Fri respective clubs last week. The Mrs. Gordon T. Butler, is serving -'! r and the new president, toria Mobley, fifth grade; Mrs.
day, the teachers gave up the idea new Key Clubbers underwent a1 aboard the ocean minesweeper ': Mrs. Mentoria Mobley, presiding.The Gladys Henry, six and, seventh
of holding class,'I rugged initiation Wednesday and USS Detector, an Atlantic tempo of the meeting was i grades and Mrs. Ruby White,
ryunlj because j'I' Thursday but found it to be ]'Fleet unit which recently won set by a fervent prayer rendered, ghth: grade. For Registration and
h e students'worthwhile as they attended the i i[the Battle Effi envy ("E") { during the devotional, by Mrs The P-T.A. banners were won Further Informal!**
,, v e r e usually!I\ "Sweetheart Ball" Friday night.i 1 Award as the outstanding member i ;tc Margaret Mobley. t by the third grade, Mrs. A. C. Step In Todiy At
:
: 'b omewhere else. This affair held at the Woman's ,, of Mine Division 43. i I Ii Installation services were rendered Bridges, sponsor and the eighta Lasserre Motor
: 'ictures w e r fi.aken Club Bldg., was sponsored by i I.!i I Detector's "E" Award was: ;, ya" $ by Rev. S. S. Rieho of grade, !fro F. Owens, sponsor.
J :_'. supera-l! I the Key Club, who invited the earned in competition with other I j f Chester. He charged each of the The meeting ended with a so- CompanyFINAL
'b,
/:; ives: were select- Tri-Hi-Y and their dates. Midway I[ Mine Division unts: during July' new officers with his duties .in a cial hour, at which time, refresh.
: l
xl, and the SenIor through the dance, the Key I 11, 19C2 through July 1, 19C3. : I most impressive ceremony that J. r.il'w vaiir'I
I 1 Wine and Roses" starring ---'-'------,----..... --... --_.
mascot I! from the movie of f
I : < wa. Club "Sweetheart" for 10G3-64 Factors contributing to the A scene "Days was well-worth witnessing.The ( 'FZS --
Chosen. I was announced. The deserving Award included excellence In I Jack Lemmon can be seen Sunday and Monday at the 'i new officers are: Mrs. Men ...

t : This years su-*. young lady was Miss Sue Selph. competitive exercises, day-to-day I,I Ban Theatre and Saturday: at the Drive-In. : toria Mobley, president; Mrs.
t peratives are as This announcement was followed operations and performance, engineering I Gladys Henry, -.- vice-president; CLEARANCE
:follows: j[I by the announcement of the Tri- rel:ability and admicL-' Mrs. Ruby Wbi\ej secretary; Mrs.
Most Dependable Diane i Hi-Y "Dreamboat", which was :tration. News From
I[ Emily Gilyaix Jagsistant! ; Alonxo 1563 Motor Trend "CAR OF THE YEAR"
r. Lewis and BuLLa Quattlebaum; I Bubba' Quattlebaum. I As a result of winning the I Autry, treasure;; Mr. James .
,I' Best All 'Round Sue Selpfc and ; Members of the Freshman (i Award, Detector now flies theI I Bryant, assistant; Mrs. Ruthie -
I Chip "Leroy" Wood; Most Ath- Class have been campaigning for I Battle Efficiency Pennant from I The Ret Center Walthour, chaplain; Julius Henry, RAMBLERHARRELL'S
3eliT Edna Jane Sherman and various class of fees this past I her mast and displays a whit assistant and Mrs. Frances Holiday
4>teve Beckett; Most Attractive i week. The elections are set for "E" painted on either side of I DeSANDRO reporter.In .
BY SANDY
i- Margie Brewton and Ned Ty-i j Friday. I,her bridge superstructure. In ad.i the principal's report to AUTO SERVICE
:son; Most Intellectual Margie THURSDAY, SEPT. 19th. the Auditorium at 4:30: Jjl-
I I Anticipation is mounting a: dtion: all enlisted crewmen wear I |, p.m. parents, he expjaind both the
!
\ Rauschert. and Jimmy Byrd; i Sept. 20 draws nearer. That is !'a distinguishing "E" on the right I i iI Special Double Session Ballet: !anne Owens, InSt. I terms of Sehooltime Accident Insurance Sill AND JASMINE STREETSSAVINGSfahj
1ost Talentd Judy Hahn I the date: the 19G3 edition of the 'sleeve of their uniforms I Class in Auditorium at 10:00 a. Men and Boys' Health Club in and the nature of services J
I(
and Mommy Oliver; Witt'est: will their the Il l m., Julanne Owens, Inst. the Health Club Room day and --
"Pirates" begn sea- I During competitive year i ii rendered by the State Der-
\ Gloria; Nettles and Shef- .
George Baby Ballet Class in the Audi- evening. -
--
will be -- -
son. The ooener against Detector journeyed than -- -- -- -- --
more
Jield; Most Lively to Succeed -I:Camden County at Woodbine, i torium at 11:00 a.m., Juame! Barbershoppers in the Conference ""
) Judy Lasserre and Ted Steger; Ca., If you see a student with his !23,000 miles in Atlantic and Owens, Inst. "I";*: Room at 8:00 P.M. 1

and Friendliest Mildred Bar- hoes on the wrong feet or find : Mediterranean waters. She pail -j Beginners Ballet Class injhe. Atlantic Avenue Playground, i t. ,'. .....=.-. :.!.
'm (<<<-: -\r
I pen and Wayne Saunders.Reaper's him in the wrong class room, :l tcipated: in several largescale exercises I Auditorium at 3:30: p.m., Julanne: supervised play, 3:30-5:30 p.m.,] f:: ,
---- -- ---- you'll know that he is a football i with Allied Navies, American -| Owens, Inst.Advanced Don Nanney, Inst. d LOAN

c player '*ho may be just a bit : amphibious exercises, Al i i Ballet and Toe Class WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 25th. j :":$<<'1'-'Y:: ";
: nervons. You may also have noticed '!lied minesweping exercises with! in the Auditorium at 4:30 p.nv -; Ceramics Class (ages 12 and -
Laundry { in, the last few days that !I Britsh: French, and Italian"Julanne Owens, Inst. t j t tI 13)) in the Ceramics Room at 3.20 I $100131Lnf N STRONGHome
r Coach Benner's hair is thinning. i minesweepers and U. S. minesweeping -I Adult Ceramics in the Ceramics, p.m., Hugh Sides, Inst. : '
'Coin-Operated (Pre-game jitters). (, operations. I I' Room at 3:30 P.M., Hugh SIdts, Adult Ceramics Class in the I :. "';';; \
I! Inst. Ceramics Room at 7:30: p.m \'.
have been
The cheerleaders Detector operates out of Little
i
and Men and Boys' Health Club in I Sides
Laundry Dry Hugh Inst.
; Creek, Norfolk, Va.
working hard for almost long I
as
: f. the Health Club Room, day and Men and Boys' Health Club in
Cleaning! as the football team. This groupof i evening. the Health Club Room, day and Building provides jobs for millions of Americana impertent

Mrs. Doris Howard, enthusiastic girls is headedby ,|Jane na Sherman.,.re Kathy Lewis and Edna Atlantie Avenue Playground, evening. I in today's labor market. Important, too, is the business that financesfortyfour
Captains Marge Brewton and\ supervised play, 3:30-5:30: p.irr, I Atlantic Avenue Playground,
Manager Cindy Henry They are: Gail : Follow these girls to Camden Don Nanney, Inst. :supervised play, 3:30-5:30: p.m., I j per cent of America's homes that yearly provides! more
Vann, Joyce Taylor, Bobbi Becton j! County and support the "Pir-I FRIDAY, SEPT. 20th. Don Nanney, Inst. than seven hundred thousand jobs. That's the Savings and Loan Business -

1 Uh & Beech Streets Laura Lathrop, Judy Vran- I ates." Sub-Teen Club in the Game :THURSDAY, SEPT. 26th. : of America now One Hundred Billion dollars! in resourc;s. This
cken, Tricia Scarboro. The alter- See you there! I
Room at 7:15 p.m. Special Double Session BaUd :
month, visit i i FERNANDINA FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN
Men and Boys' Health Club in Class in the Auditorium at 10:00
''I the Health Club Room, day and a.m., Julanne: Owens, Inst. ASSOCIATION.
I" evemr.g.I Baby Ballet Class. in the Audi-
FINAL. I Atlantic Avenue Playground, torium at 11:00 a.m., Julanne Find out how the business that helps 'build America's homes can build
I supervised play, 3:30-5:30 p.m., Owens, Inst.Beginners.
better life for the construction of
a you by financing or purchase a
I Don Nanney, Inst. I II Ballet, Class in tnc ,
I home.
: : SATURDAY SEPT. 21st. I Auditorium at 3:30;: p.m., Julanne -
I
1:963 CLEARANC.EVE
SPEBSQSA Workshop in the : Owens, InstAdvanced
Auditorium and Conference Room I Ballet and Toe Claaa
.-... from 1:00 'til 9:00 p.m. Ij I in the Auditorium at 4:30 pm.,
:j Teen Club in the Game Room: Julanne Owens, Inst. FederalSavings

these cars rnQss at 7:20 p.m. Adult Ceramics Class in tire ;, Fernandino
: j Men and Boys' Health Crab in I r I
? Ceramics Room, at 3:30 p.m.,
i the Health Club Room, day andevenicg.
I I Hugh Sides, InstSenior
i .
I Citizens Club in the
1 II SUNDAY, SEPT. 22nd. I. Conference Room at. 700. p.m. And loon Association
Lutheran Church Meeting in i i|i I Men and Boys' Health Club in'
I the Conference Room at 11:oa a.m. i iI ,i the Health Club, Room, day" und I ..
MONDAY, SEPT. 23rd. ': evening
I 202 ATLANTIC AVENUE PHONE 2615502
Teen Ballet and Toe Class IL I Atlantic Avenue Playgiojnd,
I the Auditorium at 3:00 p.m., Jal- i supervised play, 3:30-5:30 p.m.,
I anne Owens, Inst. I Ir. Don Nanney, Inst. .
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r. Rehearsal for NUT CPAL"aERS ;;
SUITE at 4:30 p'nc. in the I
-
-- Auditorium, Julanne Owens, Inst. K jour money-by fighting friction all]the way?Then '
Island Squares Club in the t ecp your ong J/"e should meet RPM Motor Oils the deposit-free
\ NEED r THE SPACE TO MAKE ROOM FOR Game Room at 7:30 p.m.. ? you ,

Jaycees in the Conference .; oils with the amazing new detergent ingredient <
clean hhut ft
THE ALL NEW Room at 8:00 p.m. running that slashes engine wear. Choose RPM Supreme,
Cotillion Club Board Meeting .
RPM Special or RPM Custom. Three great high-
in the Office at 7:30
Adults and Teens p.m.Ceramics RPM MOTOR OILS detergent oils that keep engine parts so clean, so

1964 CHEVROLET UI Class in the Ceramics Room at frietionfreeyou can sate up to 1 gallon of rasa

= 8:00 p.m., Hank Sides, Inst. Like an engine that runs sweet and clean? One line in every 8 you buy.Get RPM Motor Oil today!
and Health Club in
Men
.-. Boys' that makes the most of your gasoline and oil- STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY)
the Health Club Room, day and
M1\. evening.
Atlantic Avenue Playground, :

PRICES SLASHED '1 J' supervised play, 3:30-5:30 p.m.,
,
1 Don Nanney, Inst. '!

TUESDAY, SEPT. 21lh. :I
\q-ti) Ceramics Class (ages 10 and
RED AG SPECIALS
11)) in the Ceramics Room at S.3u ,
P.M., Hugh Sides, Inst. : ci
\( ) 'I Tap Dance Class in the Audi.

NEW CARS I torium at 3:30 P.M., Julanne
Owens, InstIntermediate
Ballet Class in i

.4'L; 1963 IMPALA I HARDTOP SEDAN ; ? .
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F. G. Lamb right, Jr. j Q dy /

1963 BEL AIR 4-D00R STATION WAGON : Completes Basic At I II

Great Lakes MAS I ,

1963 BISCAYNE STATION l WAGON .1
GREAT LAKES, ILL. (PHI .
.
I TNC) Frank G. Lambrigit,! 4 :
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1963 /2' TON PICKUP TRUCK I Jr., 18, son of Mr. and Mrs ,
Frank G. Lambright, Sr. of lul ; \
; Citrona Dr., recently completed i ir ;
i: basic training at the Naval Train '; .

I ing Center, Great Lakes, 111, I II
,USED CARS I graduating in ceremonies consisting ':
; of a full-dress parade invov-I': p KS ; 1 Y ia
ing more than 1,000 men. I

In addition, the Recruit Training :
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1960 CORVAIR t-Posner Glide Trans. I Command Drum and Hugh >3 '

i Corps, Drill Team, and Bar.l. ,

1 960 COR V AIR Standard Trans. t I.! view. at the graduation reI. I I r.p., & c' <' xt

The intensive nine-week recruit n
1 1960 BISCAYNETwo Door training program consisted I,

lof naval orientation, history, and
1961 PARKWOOD STATION WAGON I l organization; ordnance and gunnery ': 1a ,X I
i ; seamanship, shipboard rou t
: tine sentry duty and mihtar;?
1962 1/2 TON PICKUP TRUCK ,i drill. It included also physical ;

i, fitness swimming, first aid, and I i
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survival. i! : .. t (
In addition recruits receive!
I' tests and interviews which dcterrine I
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: their future assignmentsin ,; .iz"y
the Navy. I a

Upon completing the indocav '

nation: program they are ass'jt-! P :"r' A 44 ..
ed to service schools for technical ) .- i
instruction or to ships or1:
stations for on-the-job training; a % .
NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED w r
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STANDARD n
I in a Navy rating specialty. i iI j I r<

I WANT YOU to know that you i :1

., .. -AT- just must go to the wonderful :
I show the Woman's Club is presenting !
at their clubhouse on the
three nights of October 8, 9, 10. |
WoodwardMotor/ Co. It will be an evening of laughs: l

for all the family. Miss it! Net .on -- .
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your life. Wouldn't think of let-
South 8th Street; Phone 261.3636 ting those dates slip by. Let's H. F. STONE JR. Aent Fernandina Beach Fla. ... y 1
mark it up on the calendar right ,

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:: I SITUATION I i local talent will be presented
1'\I WANT AD RATES II i at The Woman's Club on October

: .os, per word .75 minimumCard WANTED 8, 9, 10? The annual entertainment HSBERRY HOME SALE : : i

of this organization ? '
of Thanks. ltesolutl one pro
any Similar Notices WANTED ANY KIND of mises to be the funniest, cutest Low Down Payment $60 Per Month
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.' work at all. 514 N. 13th lw- and all around most enjoyable of I
! '" 13 word $LOO minimum -
per 261-3686 I hind Baptist church. S19\j the year. Get a crowd togetherand NEW, THREE REDROOM HOUSE, A.IRD11'OODFLOORS *
Cal or 261.3687 - come on to the Woman's Club
: or place ad at office RELIABLE COLORED woman r for a really great evening. JUST OUTSIDE CITY LIMITS :..

.. 511 Ash StreetFOR I t wants regular housework or j !

days work. 411 N. 5th St. S19p PAUL C. BURNS
i- News of

:L SALE HELP WANTEDI I : 319 South 8th Street PHONE 261-3606 ..

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Bryant! Academy
I WHO JAN DRIVE to '
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I ''FIVE ROOMS FURNITURE, (5 :I call regularly each month on

r months old, Danish modern. II I established Studio Girl Cosmc> .J BY ANNETTE BRIDGESWe

Sacrifice cheap. 307 South 17th. tics clients in and around Fer began our 1963-64 school

I .Phone 2613070. S19p I nandina Beach, making necessary jy term September 3, 1963, with "

deliveries, etc., three or 4 .f two-hundred and four ((204)) students FINAL CLEARANCE 1 1lS63
RESTRICTED HOMESITES for hours per day. Route will pay 1 fi.7.RE in attendance. Our total

sale in Westwood between to $5.00 hour. Wrte i enrollment has increased to
\ up per now "
Motor Trend "CAR OF THE YEAR :
Fernandina Beach and Yule STUDIO GIRL COSMETICS, ,

"Tall Irby Turner, phone 2G1. Dept. 75939, Glandale, Calif. 211.Our first assembly was held

5CG8, for information. 03p S'.t Wednesday, September 4, at 2:15: RAMBLER
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with the administration incharge. J,"
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TWO p.m.
BEDROOM, frame .
CO TWO WAITRESSES, 2 service The program was as follows -
struction, located 2
on I
acres
choice land, Blackrock Rd.: station attendants. Lannon'sTruck : HARRELL'S AUTO SERVICE
Terminal, 223-5149. Slue B.
James
Partly furnished. Contact JOHN Presiding, principal ..-
W. FREEMAN $7,200. Bryant; Selection, audience' 8TH! AND) JASMINE STREETS
Slap INSURANCE DEBIT Fernan- .
Scripture, Mrs. Ethel H. McKinney .
MY HUSBAND IS THE BEST REAL ESTATE
'63 RAMBLER, -MM; Chsjic. dina Beach. Salary plus commission ; Prayer, Mr. Thomas A. ,

Trade equity for older modelcar for man 2535. Car nec SALESMAN IN THE COUNTY. AND THATSN070N Blue: Selection, Male Quartet; --- .- ---.- ------- ..

take up payments. Phone essary. Call Thos. D. Crisp, collect JUST MY SAY SO. eo. ''T's HIS. Mr. Bryant Mr. Blue, Mr. Owens ,

2255430. S19c 768-2285, Jacksonville after and Mr. Gilyard; Reading, "Don't

I t 6 p.m. 03c -- Quit" Mrs. Annette Bridges' maDON'T
19 Ft. IIALF.CABIN-BOAT -

t 95 hp Chris-Craft inboard I OFFICE CLERK Lady, 2 .35. PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE of Selection Faculty,Faculty Mr. James; Introduction B. Bryant LET WINTER"I

fiberglass bottom, with 25 ft. Typing and some bookkeeping OF APPLICATION NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS I

shrimp net. Will swap for automobile requited. Apply in person, Mon. IOR TAX DEED NAME LAw
Sec. Notice is hereby that the Grade Section I Mrs.
19416 F.S. given un First \
or real estate of equal day, Sept. 2): 3 to C p.m. Las- NOTICE IS HEREBY JIVEN. that ; dersigned pursuant to the Fictitious M. Jenkins Fir t Grade '
value." Phone 2G1-50G3 or 2<)U4457. serre Motor Co. S19 H. M. Askins the holder of the folio- I Name Statute" of the Laws of Honua. I Clara ;
I ling certificates has filed said certificates -I 1941 will register with the Clerk of Section: II, Mrs. Ethel H. McKInney CATCH YOUCOLD
., tfc NEED AT ONCE Full or part for a tax deed to be L 3.>ued i Circuit Court in and for Nassau our ; Second Grade, Mrs Ella M
thereon. The certificate numbers alit ty. Florida upon receipt of proof of
SINGER CONSOLE time man or woman to serve I years of issuance, the description of I publication of this Notice the fictitious Richo; Third Grade, Mrs. An-
SEWNG MACHINE, zig i and Watkins customers in Fernan- the property and the names in which name, to-wit, nette C. .Bridges;, Fourth Grade,

all attachments, decorates zag, perfect dina Beach. Earn $65 and up it Certificate was assessed No. 145 are as Year follows of :ssuance I' 103 FAITH North UNLIMITED Fletcher Mr. Henry I. Gilyard; (new faculty

f condition Balance $5.1.25! weekly. No investment. Set I 1959! I' Fernandina Peach Avenue Florida. I member: Fifth Grade, Mrs. -

or responsible party assume your own hours. Write Watkins 'ec.Description 30, Twp.of 3.Property Rge. 28 Lot EJ!* of 45'1: Sole' owner and only person interested I Frances J. Holliday; Sixth and
I'I'I
I $7.80/ per month payment ChI Products, Inc., Dept S-3 P. C. Name in which assessed Lucy Ellen North therein Fletcher is Ralph AmAie W., Fernanaina lieaty.: 101: I Seventh Grades, Mrs. Flora L. .

2G1-4157. S19p Box 2447, Memphis: Tennessee. ParkerAll of said I'. Beach, Nassau County, Florida. i Tyler; (new faculty member);
S19;? County of Nassau.property State being of Florida.in the I,I Ralph ,W. Beaty4t Eighth Grade, Mr. Frank Owens; j Tanks
Your
Get
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26,10.3,10
I HAND CARVED, antique buffet, Unless such certificate or certificates Coach, MrT k1" ioBUis A. Blue. :/
I shall be redeemed according to n* I
$P,5. Matching server, $3.;, MISCELLANEOUSVANITY law the property described iIr such iYimberland I I The entfrfffaAilty gave wordsof
\ china, $55, 4 chairs, $12.50 each. certificate or certificates will be sold Owners welcome to the student body. ; Ready and Fillet!
to the highest bidder at the court
members
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Shiell's Swap Shop, 1C/ North BEAUTY SHOP An- house door on the first Monday in With the new faculty I
4th St. Month of October 19C3. which is the I added to the original staff, an I
niversary appreciation specials. 7th day of October 1963. !, In State Reach enoromous anwtmt of equipment, i Before The
Color treat, :30c. Waves fro.ii Dated this 4th day of September.. : .
f >UY A HOMESITE on the Nassau 10C3. Bryant Academy should be head BffORnHf l1ERRUSN

River Beautiful high 530. Call 261-4686. D.Clerk 0. Oxley cf Circuit Court of I 193,000 In Number ed for another banner year.flash II ''' ''- First Cold Day!
Untl the next news '
and dry lots at Nassauvillc. WANTED RIDE to Jackson Nassau: County, Florida. !{ '
4t 12, 19, 24 ', then.
8-5.
Others with waterfront privil see you I
I ville with lady 8 to 5 hours.
eges. Small down payment. l () Alice Woodall. Gen. Del Fer .1 A secret shared by 93,000 people
Principal
James B. Bryant,
; i Terms to suit Phone Francis nandina Beach. S19p I PUBLIC NOTICENotice really isn't much of a secret I Ii HEATING PROBLEMS ?

Ellis Jackson- anymore! i
POpular 5.2CG1" '- is hereby given that the undersigned I -
ville. lit LICENSED DAY NURSERY _' .. pursuant to the "fictitious I i I But there are just that many' i
I Good care. C12 Beech St. tic Name Statute Chapter No. 20S53! '' Florida timber'and! SEE OUR EXCELLENT LINE OF
today
J I' Laws of Iionda 1941, as amended b}' owners, ASKINSLAUNDROMAT
10X54 Mobile Home 2 bJ. ---- .
Chapter No. ::26760 Laws of Florida
.rooms. full bath, dark interior. LET ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 1051, being Section 65.09. Florida .. Actually the "cat ,was out I
Phone 2C1-3G50. S19c help with your Statutes will register with the Cierc! 1 I. of the bag" about 35 years ago :
QUAKER TERS.
of the Circuit Court in and for Nassau HE A
ing problem Write Box drink-I County, Florida: upon receipt of procf j i when a few daring landowners
LARGE, 4 pc. WICKER SET. A City or Phone Jax. El ()!) of publication of this notice, the fictitious : i
real buy at $00. Shiell's Swap tIe name, twit I: began to plant pine seedlings on I Coin OperatedDry
I THE COFFEE SHOP I un-used land.
I
16 North 4th St. ,
Shop, Under which I am engaged in busi
HOME MADE POUND cakes, 'ness at 204 '.)uth 4th St. in the City I I Some of those first pioneer CleaningMusic ,
12 FT. MAHOGANY plywood layer and birthday cakes, pies. of ernandina Reach: Florida. That !: tree farmers were even ridiculedfor
the parties ir., restt'd in said business While You Wait i GoodHousekeeping
boat, 3 hp Johnson, Champtilt I All kinds. Call Patricia Lod e. I.enterprise, are James H. Tuten and their efforts. Planting a crop i
trailer. Like new. Call 201- 201-5332. tic eorge; E Munt Jr. I:I'of! pines meant waiting almost a Mrs. Kathryn Abels
Kavoukus, '
0050 or 201-5180. tfc L1&I FLOOR SANDING; and refmish- 4t Mercury Atty.a-19, 26, 103. 10 lifetime: for trees to grow bi, Attendant

I enough for lumber, even after 515 South Bfohth Street :
J FEARSFRESH PICKED daily, ing. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson. I I:I pulp mills were built. By row I,

$2.00 bushel. Weekends: only. Phone 261-4609. tfe I PUBLIC NOTICE I II I crop standards it founded; then t

W. J. Lohman AlA Amelia! ,
I NOTICE OF INTENTION : more like planting for posterity
City. tfe PUBLIC NOTICE TO MAKE APPLICATION I than for I -- -..,
profit
I. ix TIrE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH!I FOR FINAL DISCHARGE I.I J I
RECONDITIONED SPA R K JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR FLORIDA STATUTES ., Since' 1923 Florida's reforcs-l I Now! Gasusiir
i IV COURT OF THE COUNTY JUD.E, Register
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NASSAU COUNTY FLO RID t INCHANCERY. tation has included the
PLUGS guaranteed 10,000 CASE NO. 2717 II NASSAU COUNTY! STATE OF I' program )
miles Set of 8, $2.40. SHIELL'SSWAP I IN RE: PETITION OF I FLORDA. IN PROBATE. planting of one and one-third I For Annual a
i JOHN 11. JOHNSON, In re the Estate of i Hion pine seedlings. The total
SHOP, 1C North 4th ;
for the Adoption of MARY (MOLLIE) \RDEE TIIOMP.: : PuntPassKickContest
wholesale manufactured value of
St. STEVEN EDWARD H\R.R\VES & SON Deceased.
I
RICHARD BLAKE 1UR<.R\\CS, To All Whom It May Concern: all forest products in Florida h I Co1
Notice is hereby given that Lois T
Minors, his Step-sons.
ENGLISH FORD, 1958 good AJ-'t'IItAVIT Reid has filed her final report as Ad. I now more than $500,000,000 annually I I

t running condition $295.00. STATE OF FLORIDA nunistratm CTA of the estate: of Mary but foresters believe thul i YULEE, FLA.
COUNTY OF DUVALL. ss. (Mollie) Hardee Thompson, deceased,
Girl's 24" bicycle $10. Girl's be doubled. Commercially: j jI '
I Before me. an officer duly quaUicc1 that she has filed' her petition for can For Registration and
20" bicycle, $20. Boys Engl.sh: to administer oaths and take acknowledgments I I final discharge and that she will ap- >I grown timber can now be considered I Further Information A Complete Line Of
,, to the Honorable J. E. Weatheriord.County Appliances
this day personally ply !
appeared Florida farm commodity
2G" bicycle, $:::0. .Nelson Moyer, a At
of In
Judge Nassau County Flor-i Stop Today
JOHN '
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JOHNSON: who \
I Methodist, Parsonage, 2fil43&S2Ge Ida xin the 21st 'day of Octoper, ,19tiV ._ I
: tee;being by pie ,first. duly swora,. d.1 (.l ItK'ey i
: I poscId says: .-' I fit approval cf same ,and tot 00.1dischar : ) :to!a one'bilioli'dolfidr l forest Lasscrrc Motor ...
: petitioner e as Administratrix, C.T.A. oft
I That he is the herein: I i 1------ --- ---- -
--- that he has made a diligent search the estate cf Mary (Mollie) Hardee1 I industry in Florida so important .
ONLY G,300 buys a two bedroom and inquiry to leant the whereaboutsof I Thompson deceased, on this 17th day : in jobs and payrolls, rests Company I IlMj II 1

a, home appraised at $7- : father HARRY of the MARGRAVES minor children the natural herein I of September Lois T ReidAdministratrix 1953. with the owners of small woodland : I It Pays To Trade At Home i;

000. Low down payment $oO ,. and that his residence is: CTA. of the estate tracts. Half of Florida .
of Mollie --- -- --- ----- -- --- .
month for 12 HARRY RARdRAVES: Mary ( ) Hardee Thomp-
years. c/o Reidsvillfr Penitentiary son deceased.4t i commercial forest land belongs} I
I Reidsville. Georgia 9-16. 25. 10.3, 101 i I to them.
I 8 ROOM 2 BATH! house fine 2. That as particularly as Is knoud i I r
to affi.int there is no person in the I II That key to increasing production
Can be I
two I
neighborhood. apartments
State of Florida upon whom serviceof I PUBLIC NOTICENotice is good 1 timber management I
>k0; down
$4, $500 process would be binding upon the FOR SALE
$50 a month for 12 years. said HARRY fHP<:RAVES. I I is hereby given that the un. I which includes planting pines
3. That effiant knows that the said' dersigned pursuant to the "fict.tious where needed thinning timber
# tf HARRY HARCRAVES is above tieage Name Statute Chapter No. 20yo3.
: already too thick, selective harI
: $400 DOWN $65 a month buys of 21 'ears. I I Laws of Florida 1941, as amended by 'I
JOHN H. JOHNSON Petitioner Chapter No 26760 Law of FIOI Ida 'ivestinr. and protecting the stand
three home
f masonry, bedroom Sworn to and subscribed before me 151. being Section 86300. Fionas !| from fire, insects, and disease. COMPLETELY EQUIPPEDSHRIMP
priced below replacement at $9,. this 21 day of August A. D. 1963. Statuses will register with the Cleric: |
775. Helen: T. Shuldt! of the Circuit Court in and for Nassau i Many Florida woodland owners .
Notary Public. State of Florida at County Florida upon receipt of proof' I
Large of publication of this notice the fie i are planting pine seedlings
I Commission expires: 32664t titious name towit: j next season, starting this Nov
ONLY $350 DOWN $03.50 a < 8.29. 9.5, 12 14! iTEGER DRUG CO. j ember. Site preparation, if net I| PACKING PLANT
month Buys small three bed. : Under which I am engaged to busl-
near at 207 Atlantic Ave., in the Cityof I.: already done, should be startedat
two bath home. Paneled
room PUBLIC NOTICE Fernandina Beach, florida. That!I once. Orders for seedlingsshould (FORMER L. R. CHURCH SEAFOOD PLANT)
living room. Fire place.John the party interested in said business
if IV THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUC11tJVDlCUL enterprise is Theodore R. Steger. I be placed without delay,
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CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, Thos. J. Shave Jr.. Atty. well ahead of desired delivery
i 150 FOOT FRONTAGE ON RIVER
IV AM FOR :NASSAU COLATUIS AMELIA
T Ferreira & Son CHANCERY 4t 9-1%. 19, 26. 10-3(

ling Atlantic Are Phnn* 261-3571 CSB N'O. 2722 date.Florida
Forest Service nur-
BIUUARJIcCOLLOUClt \OUNfi,
-HUNTING BEACH'-Buggy-, PUttOff. PUBLIC NOTICE : serymen have 80,000,000 seedlings Two Blocks North of Marine Welcome Station

combined. Excellent condition, WALTER YOU>"I.'r,.f I INVITATIONIL FOR PROPOSALS I Ii mostly slash pine and .
i FOR GROUP In Fernandina Beach Harbor
22500. Phone 2GU8G4. tfc.' : Defendant. INSURANCEThe I sand pine. Soon now those seedlings
NOTIC& OJUSCIT I Hoard of County Commission-
I will be lifted for sale at
THE STATE or'FIJRroArTO: en of Nassau County Florida inviteproposals I
FOR SAL& OR RENT WALTER YOUNG for the following insurance cost to Florida landowners, for

HOMES IN Five Points area. NO Residence unknown coverage for employees: I transplanting on idle, or under Plant Includes Marine Railway
You are hereby notified that a complaint Croup: Insurance covering hospital. I
DOWN PAYMENT G2
$ to V5 stocked land.
,, for Divorce has been licld medical. and surgical benefits for
month. Renovated inside andout. against you and you are required to all employees of Nassau County Call Frank :Mill, local
Phone serve a copy of your Answer or excluding elected officials). jour ..
261.5419 after Haufoef
6.te Pleading to the Complaint on the For any information as to number Farm Forester, at phone EJ-&- For Boat h.
Plaintiffs Attorney, THOMAS O HULL and names of employees contact D. 4451. Ext. 312, Jacksonville for
II North Fourth Street FernandimBeach. O Oxley. Clerk hoard County Commissioners
13 FT. CHEST TYPE deep freeze Florida and file the original at Room Ko. 10 at County detailed informafon. He will
Answer or Pleading in the Circuit Courthous ia Fernaadina Reach, Flor help get your site preparation Will Accommodate Largest Shrimp Trawler
$90. Phone 261-4456, See at 7-U Court of Nassau County, Florida on I, ida.
South 14th. S26c: qr before the 7th day of October, A.D. Sealed proposals marked "Proposalfir raider way, if it isnt too late fir I "
F 6t. Herein fail ont or Decree 'Pto Furnishing Oroup Insurance for what your land need, and advises
I Confesso sill be entered against yon County En: pio>ees", shall be submit Also
FURNISHED HOUSE which of Plant Newest
Contains
1500 Tar the relief demanded in the Complaint ted la D. O Oxley Clerk Hoard Com variety pine may Equipment
I square feet floor space, plus tv Commissioners' Nassau County. I best be planted for the quickest
screened porch and The nature of said suit being for Florida not later than 7-30 OCock. 1 and most profitable return. Your
tarpon.
divorce. P.M.. October 7th. 1963. at which time For Boats
Bath and half. Three acres Witness my hand and official seal same will be considered. forester can alga help in the ad- Icing
land. A bargain. Phone 2iu-. as Clerk of the Circuit Court of Nassau The Board resertes the right to re1-I vance ordering of seedlings from I
County. at Fernandina Peach ject any or all proposals. .
3774. SlOcF85 Florida this 3rd day of SeptemoerAD. Dated this 17th 'day of September, a Florida Forest Service nursery. I II
1963. .- 1963I. .
1963 OLDSMOBILE Ma. (SEAL. ) D. 0, Cfteyx>*$/ *D. OXLEY BeARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OFFERS INVITED MIRE 107 N. 18th ST.
and white. Low down
roon pay Clerk c i QresiflCburt of I. NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA.BY I Its19SAFFTY3. ...... ......
ment or take trade. Pick up Nassan*Coun -Yloricb. Jim Thomas -

payments $75 month. See at Attorney THOMAS for ti. Han Plaintiff I ATTEST: Chairman Phone 261-4483 or 2614200r

801 Beech St. Phone 261-437d. H North Fourth Street.*,-. .D. O. Oxley

S26c Fertundlna e3Ch..n.c14a. I Clerk '- ...-..... in Florida

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<< ..Twelve News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, September 19, 1963 MEMORIAL METHODIST '
CHURCH .


I -: At The Churches FIVE POINTS CHURCHJ. BAPTIST 9:45 Nelson a.m. _P. Moyer Sunday, Pastor School ir:' t14!. WATCH fOR .

W. Keen, Pastor 11:00 a m. Morning Worship
6:15 p.m. MYF Supper & Pro- I
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL 9:45: a.m. -_ Sunday School The

Re_ r, E. A. Lewis, faster CHURCHThe 11:00 a.m.Morning Worship grams !

10:00 a.m. Sunday School Rer. James D. Ellisor, Rector 3:30 p.m. Training Union 7:30 pjn.*_ *Evening* Worship F Y IL j

11:00 *jn. Worship Service r,:30 A.M. Holy communion ,':2A p.m. Evening Worship jI
Wednesday service, 1:3(' BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH 1964 FORDSEPT.
prayer
6iO-p.m.: C. A. Youth Services 10:00: A.M. Choral Eucharist 429 South 6th Street
7:30-: p.m. Evangelistic Service 11:15 A.M. Church School p.m. !
Rev John O'Neil, Pastor
Thursday mid week service bOO P.M. Episcopal Young I
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ounday Services: I
7:30 p.m. ChurchmenThis Rer. J. T. Dunnam Pastor 10:00 AJ1. Sunday School 27LASSERRE
( is the schedule of every Worship Services: 8:30 A.M 11:00 A.M. Morning Worshi' .

STr MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC Sunday with the exception of the 11:00 A.M 6:30 p.m. ___ B.T.U.
last Sunday of the month)
CHURCH 8:00 P.M. 7-00: P.M. Men's Prayer Service

LAST SUNDAY OF THE Sunday School 9:45 A.M 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship MOTOR CO.
Red W, J. Holmes, Pastor
MONTH
Training Union _6:45: P.M. Tuesday:
Sunday Auss 2nd, 4th 7:30 A.M. Holy Communion Prayer Service Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Visitation w I II II I Your Ford Dealer Since 1910 1
: Sunday 7:30
a.m.
10:00: A.M. Morning Prayerand 7:30 P.M. I I
Sunday Mass: 1st, 3rd Pictured above of the big stars that
some
Sermon FIRST PRESBYTERIAN'CHURCH are many may ",, ..
5th Sunday, 11:30 11 ---
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a.m. 11:15 A.M. Church School PRINCE OF PEACE be seen in the movie "GIAlshowing Friday and Saturday _____ Ii
Monday, Young People 7 p.m. 5:00: P.M. Episcopal Young LUTHERAN CHURCII Rev. John Dozier, Pastor at the Ilan Theatre. -
Day 8 &.DL
M Churchmen Donald. R. Himmelman, Pastor Sunday School 9:45: AJU
Saturday Convent Chapel Phone 261-5634 Youth Meetings 6:00: P.M. '
6:JO Communion in Convent A CAPITOL LETTER:
School 9:45 m. I
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday a. Worship Services; _11:00 A. M.
6:30 3'JL Young People'k Bailey Road : Worship Service 11:00: a. m. PLAN AHEAr (

Meeting J. C. BYRD, PASTOR I Tallahassee Bill Mapoles Mapoles said some persons discharged -I t

Sunday School 10 A.M.I I ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN Highway Patrol has more than a little stake in I from centers might be : tI

Morning Worship __. 11 A.M. CHURCH the field in which he works as able to perform useful jobs. One ;: I
-CHUKCU OF GO )
the new director of the state's I center has been experimenting i
Evening Service 7:30 P.M. Amelia City Near Intersection Rules
Cor. 4tn and Ctdar Sta. Urges Safety
Sunland Training Centers for rc-i i with a service station. Mapoles! : \
AU
Rev L. Marvin Johnson, Pastor tarded children. I suggested some retarded persons !i i
Phone 261-3807 CHURCH OF GOD OF A. F. Gerbhardt, Pastor For School Kids He has one son who is'ery I would be able to do garden work. ;;

lOOVa.m.. Sunday School PROPHECY doo.a.m.. Morning Service bright and another who is considered Mapoles will soon attend a national r I iI
11:00.1.m. Morning Servicey Rev H. C. Drury, Pastor 9:00 a.m. Sunday School retarded. "I'm very proud of conference in Washington'
10:00: a.m. __._ Sunday School TALLAHASSEE The Florida I '
tr both, of them, he said. devoted to the mentally retarded,
? E. Friday Evening 7:30 p.m. 11 a.m. _.......__ Morning Service Highway Patrol today asked who closely resembles! \
BAPTIST Mapoles
TABERNACLE where he hopes to notes
r:30 p.u. _. Evening Service compare
7:45 p.m. __._ Evening Service CHURCH motorists to keep a sharp lookout in appearance his brother, Sen. wth other states and help solvo f
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:45 p.m. Wednesday, V.LB. Ser for a new flock of seasonal Clayton Mapoles of Santa Rosa some of Florida's problems. The
,
261-3487
Amelia Road Phone
that overflow the
7:30 vice for pedestrians
p.m. young people. has taken his task to
_. Rev. Loyd Chambers, Pastor streets and highways several County, I' conference undoubtedly I will get :
heart I extra boost because President
Sunday School ........ 10 a.m. times a day. j, an
"Florida must get off the hoofand John F. Kennedy, who has a it- ,
Morning Worship 11 a.m. The Patrol was speaking of do something in the field," he (:, tarded sister, is particularly interested |
Leg Pain Evening Worship _____-. 7 p.rn. the state's thousands of schopl said. The state's Sunland Centers ,: in the problem. '

Wednesday Service 7 p.m.CHURCH kids, who, for the greater part, aVe jammed with retarded children -! Mapoles said he hopes eventually ,

This may be the age of speed, via airplanes, autos and the "F.. A ended a summer of fun on Labor and 1,095 are on waiting to formulate a program to 1
like, but our own two I legs are still the most important means OF CHRIST Day and started another school lists.i I cope with the problem of Florida's I 1 1
cf locomotion we've got. South 14th Street year the next day. i "We must shift our out-of-date retarded and submit it to t
Your legs are worth care and attention. Pains in the ]legs Minister While emphasizing! the need he said, "that persons
Kenneth L. Jones, thinking, everyone the 1965 Legslature.: I
are.neglected.almost always symptoms of conditions which should not te. Sunday: Bible Study ...10:00: a.m. for careful and watchful drivingon I must go to the Sunland Centers 1 I II

Remember that the cause of pain may be at the point Morning Worship ..11:00 a.m. the part of residents stressed and visitors the- We must explore" the different NEW ITEM FOR TilE high' ,
Patrol
where it i i8 felt or at any place along the course of the nerve Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. the I avenues available. school and college girl: something t f t'buy
that is injured, or even at any point along a branch of that Tuesday: Singing Practice 7:30 need for children of all ages to > Mapoles suggested joint programs r called the Pert a pant'sand
traffic
about and observe
know between the state and local
aid I It
nerve.Pain in the leg may result from varicose veins, sciatica, (Held at various members homes) safety laws and regulations.These I. groups,. as well as federal assistance ;- skirt combination
arthritis, flat feet and other ailments. suggestions the Patrol I I
Wednesday Mid-Week Bible
: Sciatica is a common ailment that causes pain in the legs. : had for drivers, children and programs.
Study _._._ 7:30 p.m. Twenty-eight counties, Mapoles II
This
is inflammation
an of the sciatic nerve which leaves the
Ladies Class 10:30 parents: said already have locally supported I
a.m. ,
lower part of the spine and passes down the entire length of Thursday: when
the. leg. (Held at various members homes) Be cautious pass'ngthrough schools where retarded children I
Every person who has pains in the legs should arrange fC school zones, no matter '' attend while living at home.
the time of day. Stop when a I' he said: ,
for a chiropractic examination. PINE GROVE BAPTIST I' "People have to hope,
CHURCH school bus is loading or unloading admonishing; the concept tha
unless you are on the opposite these children must be "pushed a
Rev A. Z. Knight, Pastor lane highway i}I
Hours y of a two out"I of the family life. He noted I
Sunday School 9:45 a.nt with a divider strip. And aboveall I'' that those children "don't pick

L I i Mon., Wed., Fri. Morning Worship 11 a.m WATCH FOR CHLDREN.The I their parents." The situation, he
11:00: a.m. Morning Service kids were urged to walk i said, could happen to anyone, any
9-12 & 2-6 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service facing traffic. Cross the streets I!where. I

131 Kings Street W.M.B. and highways at designated I i, In 1947 the Sunland Trainbg j II I
r 7:30 p.m. Wednesday V.LB. Young places. Never dart from between Center in Gainesvlle: had 600 iesi- !.
Phone 729-5644 I I People parked cars. Wear bright colored .+!:dents. Today, the combined Sun-' I
7:45 .. Prayer Meeting raincoats in rainy weather. Walkon land Centers have 4,200 with the FURNACE NOW !
Kingsland, GeorgiaDR. sidewalks where ever possibleand I long waiting listA '; I
r j jI
!g NORTH 14th STREET above all NO horseplay on I new $5 million center is plan @:mstrong

C. R. CROCKER DR. T. A. OWEN BAPTIST CHURCH the from streets school. or highways to and I ned"If for it the opened Miami tomorrow area. ," :Ma- I VINYL I YOU CAN GET ECONOMICAL, DRAFTFREEDWHOLE

Rev. Ran Humphreys, Pastor should tell their chil-
Parents poles said, "we would st'll have r I
dren of the danger when disobey FLOORS < HOUSE HEAT
Kingsland Chiropractic Clinic 9:45 a.m. Sunday School people on our waiting list.
11:00: a.m. ..._ Morning Worship ing safety rules, but don't frighten Mapoles said his agency wl:,l 'y I

"Associated with Owen 7:00: p.m. B.T.U them. Make your children un work with other agencies, such as A vinyl floor to
ChiropracticClinic 8:00: Evening Worship derstand the seriousness of a welfare health and education in
p.m. ,
L B. Reese & Co.
taste
Plumbing
of Jacksonville" meet every Heating
7:30 p.m. Mid-Week Services traffic accident and set a good.. solving the problem. The projected i
Wednesdargoing driver example when you're behind Miami center, wh'ch has a I and budget
---- -- wheel with observing !
the
,I Legislative appropriation, will "We Service Everything We Sell"
youngsters in the car. contain a diagnostic center whicacan !
determine factors which eventually I Porter & Lov quisl 1104 South 8th Street Phone 261-4892

will place a person. The
'. """ ;: \. Forest ServiceLaunch To
: : centers eventually, Mapoles aid, Color Center
will be' for those severely retarded :- I -- -- ---.--- -
8th St. At Five Points ,
: /tt\ll'J; and the elderly who cannot bo
Phone 261-3088
CampaignOn .
'tT1\ cared, for otherwise. Try A Classified Ad For Quick Results I
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1-1' : ReforestationA

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,. "' ; : million of most anything REDDY KILOWATTs SAYS: 1

-, ? .. .; ought to be enough!
.<' <:: with seedling, 0 r
fi :' But not so pine r
r according to the Florida Forest: 1 1
''
: : Service, which will soon launch : Hr/fty/ Frigidaire Chest freezers
I
< '" its 36th annual reforestation

... '.. .... .., :.....-m... :, .. ................ .,..,.' ...u., .....:.......,. '" campaign.
"During the upcoming pine ; Reddy Kilowatt
planting season," said C. 11. Best-Buy

... .. ..," .....v ... ... Coulter state Forester, "80,000-
.. : ;:: .MM-NU\w.10.An.g1------,. / '/.< nrn':' ':""Yr'7': : 'K :"}?J. .: 000 seedlings from Florida Forest ..
"
Service nurseries will be of

.. fered at cost to Florida landowners -
-- -- t: who want to make unused

'' acres pay forest dividends."

.IJFJfJJ', An estimated one and one-hal J
; ;. ;i _
." .. billion pines have been planted
l :: '\ commercially in Florida since
..
'p .' 1928, Coulter said. Even so, vast
.. -
:" acreage in the Sunshine State .); :

e. e. remains which could be profitably

put into wood production,
', ..,
"Present industrial demand for
: pulpwood by Florida mills alone
.
k ,. ;, : j ". ,i __ _. .. _. .. _..__ ... ._ ... _.... requires that 45 per cent of the 1 Big 473-Ib. capacity-
volume be imported from other

going states," Coulter said. -t like a freezer supermarket! .

M'.- ., ',.-, --.---, .. .' w.. .''''' ... .. ". Estimates are that by 1975 Proved zero zone freezing
., ,c :: "''''II; :'-'iI'..' !""',''f' .":< .. the nation's demand for pulp- ,
) .. > ,'._( >: i' ;:\ .. '.' : > wood will double, and bj the year even at extreme temperatures
'. :, 1 .',. ', ." 2,000 will triple. Demand for
: ., .. '}j$ sawtimber is also expected to I '' And Frigidaire refrigerator

;: / double in the years ahead. I dependability, too!
.., ,, .
.' ."". Before pine seedlings planted
; : r- this year in Florida can be harvested Roomy Slide-Aside basket for'bulky

.w --- some 72,000,000 cords of i packages, plus special fast:ire eze
-- -
pulpwood will be used yearly by
the nation's forest industry. Current A>. shelf!

.. -. r U. S. usage exceeds 32,000- Automatic interior light, built-in{ .
000 cords annually. Surveys show

.. .' "... that the southern states can ex :.' O lock with 2 keys, high-efficiency

: : .\.: .. .. y pect about 65 per cent of huge >. insulation J ,<9MRt ;. ,
,. future pulpwood markets.
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--.. '. '''' -' During 1962, Florida's own Ask about Food Spoilage Warranty!!

: almost pulpwood harvest totaled 2,464- 4

.. r goner 500 cords a nine per cent increase '
over the year before. ."
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: :: Don't miss your last ctaitce to save during Rambler's Savingest Days The Florida Forest Service reports -
Liberal Trade-In
: advance orders for pine CFB-14
Never before have so people bought so .. or -
many every economy run officially entered. seedlings mounting. Landowner 13J2cu.ft.net opacity !
_. many Ramblers so fast Better hurry! Come in today and see how desiring seedling for planting -- .-
:.. .. Result: While we still have a good selection much you can save on America's best car during the '63 fall and '64 win. ALiOWANCESFRIGIDAIPtE
of factory-fresh 1963 Ramblers,they're going values during your Rambler dealer's Savingest ter season are urged to place
: like wildfire.So. hurry in and take your choice: Days dearance of brand-new 1963 Ramblers! their orders now. Advance orders '
Luxurious Ambassador V.Ss with to 270. termsPJ -
up easy
Join the Trade parade to receive priority attention,
hp: roomy, new high-styled Rambler Classics
-BHBB Coulter said.A ..
: -Six or 198-hp V-8; Rambler Americans that R R K or V B R ,- PRODUCT OF GENERAL MOTORS ",,4.' I
offer the 125-hp nW s.per.gallon champ ofHarrell's
RIDERS'S DELIGHT

8TH&JASMINE Roice Rider, 68, of Lansing,
Auto Service STS. MicL, has a hobby to fit his name FloridlPublic Utilities (0.

a collection of more than 1,000
-- bus, train, ferryboat and bridge I

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