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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 26, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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1(, E i')5' : : City Adopts. $808,535 Budget I



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1f f The City Commission, meeting I i To the members- of this Comruh-,I get, and perhaps one of the bes munity, that they may have a 00000. This Commission feds
F last night: in regular session, I I sion, my personal Thanks for I, ;in recent years. i! greater realization of the probi that such funds can only be au- "
adopted a $808,535.00 budget for nearly 100 man hours of their I I "It seems appropriate to me i lems which have been met, and I ministered along sound busntsj:

P :r1 the next fiscal year, a hike of time in formulating what we feel '!'that some, comments need be directed I the progressive steps made. I principles To achieve this, \e
$69,175 over last year's figure of I to be a very fiscally sound bud- to the citizens of our com-. "]i'he total budget exceeds: $SOr I (Continued on Page Six)
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$739,360.00.The
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ad valorem tax rate to provide I

the necessary revenue for the I Three/ School Students Named Semi-finalists
budget was set at 17.5 mills, only!' High
mill last !
seven-tenths or a over
1 1If year's millage of 16.8. II J I

Of the total millage, 13 mills: .

will go for ordinary expense of : In National Merit Scholarship/ Competition

operating the city and 4.5 mills (:, I
will go for debt service. -

Upon the adoption of the bud-i XX Principal Raymond M Coughof
get, Mayor E. J. Johnson quali. .. Fernandina Beach High Scii 0l 1 I
fied the Commission's approval of r7--:
announced today that 3 of ,theschool's
I'l the budget with the following ( i
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statement: I": :: : ed Semifinal in the 163-61
I rI ___ "In adoptng this budget, II[I Merit .I
I : Scholarship competition.'
111' FIGHT. FIGHT! will be the that will from these should like, on behalf of this Commission y" &aS He said became' .
t \: tA, TfiAai, FIt. yell go up 'tr : they Semifinalists I
I I II :$z
I, the field this is to express our apprecL- ri .+ through their I
fair lassies each time the Pirate gridders take to year. Kneeling individuals within outstanding
tion to those S
: J. Captain Margie Brewton.. Cheerleaders standing are, left to right, Judy Vrancken, the official City family vrho; have I I < performance on the ?\stional"h.

:I J Gail Vann, Joyce Taylor, Laura Lathrop and Triria Scarboro. Not present for the worked diligently to assht us. I I .. S This rit Scholarship test of Qualifying: TSI.: ..

I ";' picture t were Cindy Henry, co-captain and Barbara Becton. Alternates are Kathy 1--- ---- -- ":,& r : ': was given educational in more thtn'15-development _.
Lewis and Edna Jane Sherman.
__ I I I ...L ..LI'll ...L 'k' '$ 500 high schools last March.
'J{ 'J{ 'J{ x x x $5000 Invitational
I The students cited for <- their
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I/I'll IfilslfamJhn Pirates Win First Game Golf TournamentSet I I I :i ti high Rauschert achievement Theodore are.R.Marjwic Stflget'.. ,

; j Jr and James A. Byrd.
L Miss Rauschert is the daugEter
For June 4-7 I of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Rauochert
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; -1LTlt Steger is the son Qf Mr.! and ]J rs.
"" 10 tJ Set For P. K. YongeI I The Chamber of Commerce T. R. Steger, Sr., and Byrd U the

committee in charge of the third son of Mr. and Mrs.. James F. }

['I I annual $5000 Invitational Golf : Byrd. .. 1
i Tournament met last week and
BY CURT GORDON They are among 13,000 seniors
I The Fernandina Beach High j set June 4-5-6-7 as the dates for throughout the country who attained
I Florida and Georgia I Pirates opened their 1963 football i the 1964 event. I I JAMES A. BYRDNor'easter MARJORIE KAUSCHERT THEODORE R. STEGEK Semifinalist status. The
Marjorie Rauschert, Ted Steger Engineers Studying I campaign on a fine note, de- I' Details of this year's tourney .- -- Semifinalist group is composed of
,! and James Byrd are to be highly !I '! feating the Camden County Hurricanes -;. were discussed as well as plans I the highest scoring student m

congratulated< for their high schclastic I St. Mary's Bridge I last Friday night, 12-0. for improving next year's event. I I Abates Hall Slates October 22. For Opening Ii each state and in United Sta tf.
achievement in being named I j i I Fernandina Beach scored both It was agreed that $3500 would I)i To Lessen I| territories. Each Semifinalist now
a* semi-finalists in the 1964 I f The possibility of a bridgei j touchdowns in the first quarter. go to the competing pros in cash Danger I moves a step closer to winning'a
National Merit Scholarship com- from Fernandina Beach to St. The game was the third of the J Jj prizes with $1,000 as the too""i To North BeachWith Of Community Chest-United Fund Drive four-year Merit Scholarship to ,
petition. When you consider that !j'I Mary's, Georgia moved a step j season for Camden. I award. The remaining $1500 would !{I i the college of his choice. Semifin-
three students were chosen from I'i'''I' nearer reality Wednesday with i i Richard Schomas had the honor I'go for merchandise prizes for I the abating of the North I : alists must substantiate hir
Fernandina Beach High School as''i I the visit here of a group of en- of scoring first as he scampered amateurs. easter, which has combined with : Ira Hall, Fund Drive Chairman, dent; Harry Stratton, 1st Vice- qualifying test performance on a
compared to 12 in all Jacksonville I gineers from both states. !! 17 yards for a touchdown 'i Named ,by co-chairman Bob I the usual late September high ;, announces the opening of the President; Glyndon Waas, Jr., 2nd second examination, be endorsedby

and 'J3.000 throughout the nat'onJ i' Here for a look at the proposed i! for Fernandina Beach. A pitchoutfor Young and Rudy York are the !j tides to rake the Atlantic beach : Nassau County Community Chest- Vice-President: ; J. W. hers, Sid their schools) and fulfill cer- .
their achievement becomes all the I f I route of the bridge from the the extra point was fumbled following sub-committee heads: : the danger to property on the United Fund drive. A kick-olf Vice-President; D. II. Buchanan, j tain routine requirements to become -
more apparent and ''impressive. Florida side were three engi- and Fernandina Beach led, 60. It I Prizes Andy Allan.. {t I North end of the beach has less- : ( Jr., Secretary; Robert Tarpley, ; Finalists. All Merit Scholars ;.
in order to from the Florida : Program Gene Weatherford. I J ened. 1 breakfast has been scheduled for !i Treasurer; Ira Hall, Drive Chair- Continued
Congrats also are neers Highway ;''wasn't too long afterwards that i ( on page five)
their parents and the school personnel Department. They were James ( Ned Tyson connected with Chip Advertising Ray Caldwell, City Director of Public Works !, October 22 at 7:00 A.M. at Seaside man.Mrs. .
at FBHS. Pittman, assistant district engineer I Wood for a 27-yaid 'touchdown Bob Askins. I Jim Beard and his crews have : Inn in Fernandina Beach. .! J. H. Hill serves as Exe I II I Brownie Troop 493
I -tr of planning; Bill Smithy j pass to make the score 120. The Extra; Fund Raising Activities worked around the clock to keepa ;, This breakfast. will .be sponsored|I' cutive Secretary and Mrs. James I
model wilt district engineer and failed John Gregory. by the Concora and Rayonier Rylant as Publicity Chairman for 'i Has Role I In Scout
location
r New 1964 cars bej i ; .L i extra point attempt again I vigil at the endangered area. II :
I', unveiled here this week. and next. W. T. Ellis, soil engineer.! rand the score stood 120. !j j jJhe Starters, Scoreboards and I Other beaches on Florida's East Foundations for all CC-UF work! the drive. r

,t Woodward will< $9>S> $yft'ktj3 i i'on From OeermVr ?*i 1>c>fjW _first xficorof.Uhfcv.gama. {Storekeepers Bob Askins.I* j jI I Coast suffered timilar damage ers. I II i Hall will announce names of Ceremony Sunday. .f"
: tt&rrVwH "bow Iowtll 1 fcame when bad from the Pairings Rules" and Tee-off j Officers serving i or ihe;-$urrpht I area workers prior to ..the fund
1 Thursday. j were Urunson i ditisioa a snap from the high winds and tides. I I f Brownie Troop f&3, <*"1th5* Mrs.
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and 'next week the headof Times Ed Mattson. I year are: John Williams, Presi- drive. .1,
went
Ford on Friday ; engineer and surrey engineer, ,j Camden center over _. { Sue Bailey and Jfrs. Ernestine
t Reynolds will display Dldsmob'les : and Earl Floyd, resident en- ;! the intended punter, Fernan I Social Affairs Glyn Waas.will Merchants Group Harvey as leader;, will have a
} Harrell will have Ramblers dina Beach recovered the pigskin The Ladies Golf Association I
and gineer. part in the Girl Scout re-dedica-
" In his show windows. If you're Both states are Currently in a oo the Camden 17 to set the stage: decide at their October Food meeting Beverage if Seeks Further ParlaysOn Fernandina Beach Jaycees to Undertake i tion ceremony to be presented in
handle ,
doing it locally. You'll for the touchdown run'by Scho- they will again .
z buying, try Joint survey of ,the proposed details of Meters the Coliseum at Jacksonville on
I get just as good a deal as in the bridge and t, meeting is expected and Registration announced by LightingMeeting For Sunday, Sept. 29 at 3 p.m.
the it Project
mas.Fernandina tourney, was Community Development
and won't have nearly as
city kicked off to Cam-
you here in the not too distant Young. Tuesday in regular I II This Troop has been chown to
\: far- to- drive for service. future to reveal the findings. den and the ball was returned i I monthly session, the directors of I portray how Brownie Scouts help f fI
11 from the 10 yard line to the Cam- j!I The 1963 tourney attracted a the Merchants Association an-I The Fernandina Beach Junior'|physical improvement will be in-i I'I at home.: The entire Troop will i
A great deal of credit is due den 34, but on the next play I field of 172 pros and amateurs nounced plans for further parlays | Chamber of Commerce announced,: eluded but also areas such as':' take part in the program.
I Jim Beard and his Public Works Beryl Rice raced through to recover -i I'with 192 participating in the pro- with the City Commission on the I this week that they are initiating 1 adult education, civic pride, im-j i
J. Jaycees PrepareFor fumble the I am event on the first day. a Jaycee Community Development of and
crews for the aroundtheclockt I I'J a Camden on I matters of removal of parking I provement government ;, Chamber Members !
vigil they maintained throughout Camden 27 to set the stage again meters and Christmas lighting. Program. I many others. I i
i) the severe Northeaster which be"l Bicycle Rodeo for the long touchdown pass from : Tour of Florida The meters have been a source I Leon Jones has been named by I The Jaycees will organize ai I Urged To Turn In
\t gan last Sunday and has only !f Tyson to Wood. This marked the I) Bud Dickinson of discussion for some time and, i 1 President, John Tester to head I survey group and, using a stand :
4 gun to abate today. The time is final scoring of the night although I By more recently, the merchants ;, the committee in charge of the ard survey sheet, will interview' Election Ballots

now for some assistance with And InspectionTwo a couple of threats occurred during Will Start HereBud group asked the city to assume project and serving with him will I citizens of the community to determine Chamber of Commerce
'. ,btach erosion in this area and a the game.Fernandina. II the lighting of the downtown area be Jim Beatty, Jim Bowers, the major problems with I( Free!
Dickinson of West Palm I dent Chuck Flenniken
few letters from local residentsi hundred Fernandina Beach Beach threatened with Yuletide decorations.The i j I James "Bud" Lewis, DeWayne j which they are faced. urged this
: Beach, generally recognized as I t week that members turn in their
i tj their Senators and Congressman I when moved the ball Crisp, Mercury KavouUis and
again they Commission After
youngsters are expected to wheel City turned the survey, an analysis .
ballots
one of the leading potential can- in the election of new directors
are well in order. To delay from their 15 yard line to the I down the out i, Tester. will be made of
their bicycles through a test driving -I own didates in next year's race to sue- j request, pointing the findings and i for the coming year. lIe
longer is to invite a continued course, submit them to a Camden goal line. PeeWee Nobles ceed Farris Bryant as governor i i that they did not feel they could i Jones said that the project, "is the Jaycees will choose the problems added that Monday, Sept. 30 was
1 loss ${..valuable residential pro- safety inspection and have them ;, pounced on a Hurricane fumble I: of Florida, will be in Fernandina I II j assume such lighting in only one an educational process through ; they feel they are best fit- the deadline.
-I ;pert)'." marked with reflector tape, during : on the Fernandina Beach 15 Beach Monday to confer with I area of the city. I which the Jaycees will take an active tel to deal with and attempt to Results of the balloting will be
:, ....;. the Junior Chamber of Commerce I and Wayne Arnold, moving the I I constituents here. part in the development of I assist in rectifying. revealed at the next regular

1 .Coastal areas in Georgia are Bicycle Rodeo which will ball with power, and Tyson con- Dickinson will kick-off a 5-! Local Girl ScoutsTo I their community." Once a problem has been I Chamber meeting, at which tiNe
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) expressing fear that the delay in be held October 5 at the Fernan- necting with Wood on pass plays, He
'J I weeks tour of the state with a went _on_ to say that not.only (Continued on Page Six) new officers also will be elected.
.t building Interstate Route 95 is a I dna: Beach Recreation Center on the Pirates moved the ball for a I I Attend CeremonyOf -
Seaside Inn.
threat to toUr 8m. The warning Atlantic Avenue. first down on the Camden 5 yard luncheon meeting; at I
was sounded by Savannah Ma'orMltcolm line. But, on a pass play Strick He will be in Fernandina Beach Re'dedicationFernandina ;
John Tester chapter
Jaycee
from 10:30: to 12:30: and in Callahan -
holds that in
Maclean, who land intercepted a Tyson pass .
. president said that the bicycle Beach Girl. Scouts
from 1 to 2
take 1-95, largely the end and moved the ball p.m.C.
tourists will now zone .
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I I I completed in Georgia and link safety committee responsible for to the Camden 8 yard line. B. (Pete) Ingram is in will participate in the rededication '. '
in the program has stocked enough charge of local arrangements for ceremony of Girl Scouts at : 'S, ..
up with the Sunshine Parkway reflector tape to mark 300 bicycles Camden could not move the ball Dickinson's visit. the Jacksonville Coliseum in Jacksonville .
Florida. This, he says, will cause in anticipation that most of too far and had to punt, which Sunday, Sept. 29, at 3 .'; ... .
j pJiern tourists to bypass coast- in carried to the Camden 44 yard / 14
I the eligible school age cyclists / SI
lU&rea and head instead for I75 the community will participate in line. Ray Lowe Richard Schomasand The Coffee Shop p.m.One S 4
hundred and
:; If Maclean knows whereof he j' the Wayne Arnold shared in lugging Now twenty-eight ..
program. Operated By local Scouts will leave the Scout
he well be true ,
speaks,} same may the ball to .the Camden 12
The Jaycees will place mark- Hut at 1 Sunday by bus. I
in Florida name- And MuntThe p.m.
similar
J of areas the yard line before time ran out to Tuten
ing of white reflector tape on Girl Scouts of the Gateway
ly" F.ernandina* Beach.* handlebars and other parts of the I end the first half of play., Coffee Shop, popular dineron Council will present the pageant, .
i whethetat bicycles of the rodeo participants, Camden threatened to score in South 4th St., has recently 'Magic of the Trefoil," an impressive ,
feel that -
I every agency when
I I the third quarter they recovered
and of colored been James H. Tu
fed- strips brightly reflector purchased by to serve as an
county, state or ceremony
city, .
be. Fernandina Beach fum-
ere 'government should give an1acvgunfihg j tape on the rear fendersto I Ible I on the a Fernandina Beach 30 ten and George E. Munt, Jr. inspiration to all Girl Scouts. S ,; 1! .
enable motorists to see bicyclists -. Formerly owned and operatedby :
of the funds they expend at night from distances as I yard line. Williams and Brain Mrs. Esther Tiliakos, the new S/S (1.5
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in the name of the citizens.On I| Balcom moved the ball to the Pirate I' Shrine Barbecue I .
far
2,500 feet. The tape maintaining the
away as owners are '
this premise I suggest that the glows brightly in auto headlight 5 yard line, but Chip Wood )lishment's usual fine Set November 2 -
estab.1
of Fernandina Beach might II I Two
City beams. (Continued On Page )
at I I good food at popular prices.
well institute such a practice 4-4-4- .
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The Fernandina Beach Shrine II
budget time each year as a concession -
relations. Club's annual barbecue will be
to better public :,
held at the Recreation Center &
I don't mean just the total figures '
such as are carried in legal Saturday November 2. ? ,
form, but a breakdown to show Keep this date in mind. I I S
the exact areas in which money e ,

Is expended and for what. ,1'i Smoked Fish Sale? t
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get your purse strings ..."; ----NotToday I 5-
donation will : % .5 5i
unfed because your .'. I
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be needed to insure the success of '. | -but it wasn'tsmoking Hydie S

'I the upcoming) 1964 Community ;x fish, as smoke was seen i .
Chest-United Fund campaign, set ..A wafting just above Peterson S
Ira Hall, this Packing Co. at city docks te1
22.
to >)slp Oct. I(.
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year's drive chairman, says A' Wednesday .afternoon.
"Courit Your Blessings and \c \g : The elements had played havoc

GIVE". And'e add "GIVE '*I with some wiring coming from
MORE once, not just once more." \ the building to the neon tubing'on 8,000 GALLONS OF "MOONSHINE BATCH" and not a drop to drink as Sheriff

the overhang at the front entrance H. J. Youngblood's deputies hack away at one of four stills that were 'destroyed Sunday

A great deal of interest has causing a blaze which I night. The four 2,000 gallon stills, of the groundhog variety were housed

'i; been expressed in my suggestionthat burned through the wall into the under the same roof 3'2 miles south of Callahan and only a stone's throw from busy
a Toastmasters Club be organized ceiling of the fish market. weilding the Colon Sikes, left and Jim
U.s. Highway 1. Shown axes are Sawyer,
here but as yef.no t group j, ,' Fire Captain Jimmy Graves i, while Emory Walker provides light. Each of the stills would have rendered an approximate .
stepped forward to sponsor and Tiliakos
has Johnny volunteer
such a project. The worth of such II I HEADING FOR LONG YARDAGE is hard-running Pirate halfback Richard Schomasas were on,the scene pronto. Damage, j!] 200 gallons of the "white lightning", which retails at around $7 per gal-

a cub! ; if it becomes active ('an-j he skirts left end in last week's game with Camden County at Woodbine, Ga. Scho was minor and there will be no I Ion. Between 400 and 500 pounds of sugar usually goes into each 2,000 gallon stjlL

not be estimated in increasing the I I mas had the honor of being the first Pirat e scorer for the season when he bulldozed clearance sale of smoked fish today *j I Such quantities of sugar is necessarily of the black market variety since any purchase .

(Continued Oo Page Two) his way for 17 yards to reach pay dirt early In the game, ? pt by T. & r ._ .- ___. I of over 20 pounds must be recorded with the prcas/? name .... _

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..... FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER I Ii I II (Continued from Page One) ; To' :Meet' Octob4'1 1I
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PHONES 3686 3687 The [ ;, I
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: I professional life. I still have hopes the .Eern Star, Charier 55,
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: Ray OldweU, Editor and ManagerNATIONAL At Kiwanis Meet that a group will assume this project will reconvene Tuesday October
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I; o EDITORIAL;, WARWICK BY TOMMY hALLS !,I I The meeting will be. held at

Parents often gamble educators 1j Robert Gilmore Safety Engi.fleer I have seen a number of train. 7:30 p.m. at Masonic Temple.]

., .: vs: HACSTI3N frequently complain, and assorted for Eayonier, Inc., was guesit; ed police dogs and have read a
OClAt\o ___1y' critics of sometimesmoan ;' good bit about the part they
U2l"1 I..u." progress :,,, ,.. speaker at the Monday night playin
.- ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION to high heaven that the : .::,\ meeting of Kivtan's.: He was introduced law enforcement but I found COSSONLY,
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Published every Thursday and entered at the Post Office younger generation of today does. -_... .. -.'_ ._- fit.il. iIa- .., *, by Al Eason, Safety out Monday that I knew very little

Fernandina Beach, Florida as second class mail mtttr.I n't read enough. These people say I restyled Ford Fairlane for 1964 presents a big.ear,ap- Supervisor for the Fernandina of the actual ability and potential -

..., :;., Subscription Rates: and probably quite properly : earance: and boasts engine performance that was proved ijeLch.division.. ; of such animals. Two Cer
I. ".... .- $4 that boys and girls of all ages i Jn the Indianapolis 500." Although new styling makes the : Pointing out to Kiwanians the man Shepherds (Alsatians to dog
.. t a year $2.25 6 months $1.25 3 Months j fail to get the real pleasure thatis I' middleweight Fairlane look bigger, it remains about the size importance of safety in their da:ly fanciers) were brought oyer from

r ...;....t I..::., $450 a year out of county forever awaiting them in worth- I' of the. Five 1956 Ford on the outside and the 1959 Ford on.tie inside lives, he cited statistics which the Jax Beach Police! Departmentfor
engines are available three of the basic
same
while books, magazines and other ; indicated that a demonstration and
design as the Fairlane V-S that powered Lotus cars to second I a total of 97,000 qute a
published work.In I and seventh places in the gruelling Indianapolis race. These, : persons in this country died from show it was Trainer E. A. Duvall I

.Jeii. Cowloys and Engines Ly Irwin Caplan. youth's defense others have include two 289-cubic-inch VoSs, one 260-cubic-inch V-8, plus :accidents of all kinds in 1962. and Set Gil Lineberry put the ,
claimed that such literary delightsare 10and 200-cubic-inch six-cylinder engines. Combined. with ;I Motor vehicles accounted for 40-, dogs throueh their paces for Sheriff .

not served up to our young live transmissions, these power plants offer a full array of I 900. There were 9,800,000 disabling H. J. Younejilood, his deputies

----- people in a form that will attract models performance and economy choices for 1961. Eight Fairlane injuries that year. and city officers and the) dogs!
-hardtops, station and sed ns-wilJ be intro
... them. duced in Ford dealer showrooms wagons September 27."TAIWAN'S There were 28,500 deaths in : were proved to be superior to .humans QRNE16
-- Such_ a charge as the latter, in i home accidents 17,000 in recrea- in some of the police actton -

.. my opinion, can never be leveled ', tional accidents, and 13,700 work they demonstrated. It was revealed ...

.-. .. f, at the, reading matter and the .e5\ : & | accidents. ; that. the crime rate at Jax. ""
.. I reading facilities and help that i He visualized a city of 97,000 Beach has dropped almost SOc:;.
.- 'are offered students at Fernan i population being erased from the since the dogs were pressed into SIEGLER i.

dina Beach High School. i r ; face of the earth in a year's time i j ji service with regular officers on

.-. I Just to walk into Fernandina I .. ., .'s i i as a vivid example of what this'I beats there, and after seeing the HEATERS

.... .. High's comfortable, airy library, .., '', 1 death loss, means. I II threat they pose to law breakers

I. with its wenstocked.'ellarrang- .., s$4 ; :. 1': I The speaker then raised the : when property handled the drop is
$d shelves is enough in itself to \ to where the : easily understood. Sheriff Young
I ; ... : guestion as responsibility -; HERENOW
make a person, any person, WANTto Lea for this loss. "Is it blood is .planning on adding.-two:

read. .! : then schools, parents t : government, dogs to his department and it la '

wherein: this condition: can. be expected that municipalities in
Mrs. A. L. Sether, who for 11 !'rectified?" he asked. i the county may follow ,suitS

Hr'J1'Ii' years has been the librarian Watching the dogs you got the
Gilmore then showed a film of I
I
after s.ix previous years there as impression that an officer on an
Rayonier's operations on the West
an English teacher can be proudof j assignment might well be safer
Coast entitled, "The Passing of
I with the animals than Hardee Bros.
the literary domain which she t an Era" depicting: the advent of I one of with
another officer. .
supervises! so well. But she is
k the diesel powered locomotive in I
busy expanding her ideas of whata *
fogging the old
I operations over
school library should really be, aPi14 I I coal burning steam locomotivesused I' If you've got an ,abundance of Atlantic Ave.
.even if it does boast II and bounce j
now a collection I I for many years in the past. energy you'll fin4< S
of 10 books for outlet with the Harry Poole, Mr.I
every pupil I Clubbers Oliver] i just the local'
Key Tommy\ I
enrolled, instead of the five-per- 1I ::1i : I i and John Gregory were guests. square dance group, "The Islan
I [ pupil goal which is sought by .-. .- .. F sr ... I President elect Bill Webb presided %-I I Squares", and probably have a lot
most high school libraries I of fun in the New classes
; as a = -v process. !
.. : I at the meeting in the absence -
sort of minimum -a** n I for start
beginners Monday nightat
mean. *'
_e4 . I of Bryan Rauschert president -I
Mrs. Sether must always have ; the Recreation Center at 7:30
been a lover of books from her _j; :: _m- p.m. Don't worry if you've got
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,
L'' .. .. Georgia girlhood in Darien Haw- :. t:' _4 two left feet They'll show you
/ I kinsville and Savannah on throughher I Florida.Savings the difference.

college courses at Winthrop '* 't'
: : *1 MMC bQtN OUT OUt VfOCOMI AlKAfiX.* : (
H I College in the Carolinas. THREE CHALLENGES", in technicolor, With all apologies to Joyce
.
I : =:: Tfo TrmJtn Jokfy Sem'ct From the up-to-date card indexon stars Jock Mahoney, playing' Friday and Saturday at the And Loan GroupSet Kilmer here's a little takeoff on

.... around the thicklypopulatedbook Han Theatre. ooetry that deserves a better fate.
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shelves to the magazine and Records I But it may strike a chord with
: == Speed killed or Injured almost a million persons in 1961. newspaper racks there is a feel. .. -- New most of the golfers:

l .. .a ing of simple ease and completeness : j ORLANDO FLORIDA For II I think that I shall never see

that not only delights a book. I the fifth consecutive month total A hazard rougher than a tree. ,

; : BETTERS TOg hear us say. The time has come lover but must surely also make !I ; ;: I' loans closed by the 129 savings A tree o'erhich my ball must '

to rise above base instinct and be the non-book-lover want to take : For The HomemakerBy {and, loan associations in Florida fly if on the green it is to lie.

: THE EDITOR guided by a conscience, giving up reading as' quickly and as i .i ; have set new monthly records. A tree which stands that green to ,' (
ArmstrongFLOORS ;
I some thought to the safety and thoroughly as it can be arranged. ; This information was released guard and makes my shots ', S

welfare to others.. The neat clean reference sec- F today by William D. Hussey executive extremely hard.A :
I .iEdor's( Xote: The f ? tree whose extend, jVtNYE
following leafy arms
The controversy over the con tion of the library is a hearty invitation I vice president of the Flor- I
letter is a copy of a letter \\riten Mrs. Mary N. Harrison to kill the mashie shot I send.
III. I struction of a modern highway jn I|I i to research on almost any i iI ida Savings and Loan League. Mr. :
: ( to the County Commission. !' : > i : Hussey that in i A tree that stands in silence there I :1:1A
this county is purely economic.1 I i I topic imaginable and has none i reported .August :
The opinion of the writer is well Home I, while golfers and.
Demonstration Agent angry rave .
'The landowners on the proposed i of the dreary aspects that seem i a total of $85,101,000 in loans I
I t :: taken and I consider worthy of I right-of-way are playing for position -, to infest the part of most libraries -I were closed by these thrift andhomeonnership swear. vjnyl floor Jo

\ publication.) to get the "best" price fc: where you go to 'look up" I ___ __ ... '11 associations which I Niblicks were made for fools like I .meet every taste 4
I
September 17 who miss
1963 w "'-- .. me never seem to
S their land. The other opposition is j something. The historical and bio -- -- : I topped the previous high for a -*
Hon. Jim i
Thomas Chairman I' arjd budget
: Nassau County-Board. of Commissioners from owners of small businesses graphical sections are surprising. I The U. S. Department of Ag- lunch menus for the child who I single month set in July when the a tree.'I, i, I 5 ;! .
j" along the present highway. U. S. ly complete, the wide area of, nonfiction I riculture ran a food consumption I must bring lunch from home. J total was $84,297,000. )Ie"" I
%I 4 \ i 17 has been severely overcrowdedand is large and still growing '! survey among 6,000 'jrban and t Note that these are rather .im-I I .The league executive reported ] There are some in Texas; ,who I

I :: Dear Yulee,Sir Florida / antiquted for many years. For and the long banks of fiction rural households .in ail parts of ( pie combinations of food that that this record total>: of loans : maintam. that their fed ,rnr.;'P 1 LLovequistojor !
t : I shelves contain I the So facts I should the closed included in aid for education has .one desirable I;
thirty pieees of silver, it has become thrills to match country. many were please young appe-I $32,555,000 i
While, reading the July 11, 1963. a "Dead Man's Alley." the inbuilt yen of almost any sane gathered that new information is 'tite. Bulky sandwiches and heavy construction loans which was the facet It should keep the kids i Center

t I ; issue of the Fernandina News- I As interim literary apetite.. I still popping up. foods should be avoided. | largest amount of loans in this under better control, they say :, 8th St. At. Five Poi ts
Leader I noted with casual and I an measure the I since playing hooky mght: develop
Many first-rate magazines have Here are some of the latest For variety try: category made during a single: I .I.pope (j1.3O65rwvY J
: gassing displeasure that the Nassau -I speed limit on U. S. 17 should be I into a federal jap. .
month since October
items of interst relish 1959 when
Chopped pickle
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been found in I egg ,
Board of Commissioners i sharply lowered, particularly already serviceable, -- ----- .
County along ,
attractive and stacks of A two-person household I sandwich on whole wheat bread, the total was $33.1 million.As ,- T : -.r ., .
had again voiced its opposition : obviously dangerous stretches. The covers __ _- ti..._,, _, ,#;
of the end of the 9.
: to the construction of I.R. 95. I idea of four laning U. S. 17 I Still others, await their opportunity spends 24 percent of its food dol- j carrot sticks gingerbread cup-j first eight I -:- .... L. I .. ,
months of 1963 the andassocations
lars meals from home. peeled sectioned savings
on away cake orange
Deaths and disabling should be forgotten. The cost of to break into the binding budget !
injuries I Small households spend more ; and milk. loan : in Florida have
onjhe! part of U. S. 17 in Nassau ;: right-of-way acquisition would be l '
closed record total of Fords
prohibitive. The per person en meat, poultry, I i Shredded cheese-crisp cooked a $599,876- The J64
County
usually early
W piously] use jnvolve some'of strangers.the I. R. 95 must be completionof vigorously Some help in running this nice fish, eggs fruits and vegetables ,j I bacon sandwich on oatmeal' bread, 000 in loans which is $55.0 million I II
many than do large :''fruit ..salad chip, cake over that for the same periodin ,
: I'' library at Fernandina High comes ones. corn .
4 expressions of 'pushed in I
regret which come every possible It
way. 1962. In the and
to Sether from I Only 34 percent of households I i i square and milk. 1962 savings
: Mrs. the students.
will make this !
so easily and we soon forget. : part of Florida
e Mrs. Sether herself hand-made with 6 or more persons get ;; Cream cheese chopped peanut loan associations closed a record IYou're.
Last Sunday's accident: cannot : easily accessible to a vast number -
; be;:;soon forgotten. Returning from of people and cannot help I the replicas of the famous eight enough of all eight basic nutrients -i! sandwich on ra.sm bread pine ]| total of $826,366,000 in loans. i Are Here! !
: also increased
recommended the Na. : August saw savings .
work four heads of households in : bringing a large net economic I I flags that have flown over Fer by apple cabbage. slaw, chocolate r .
; which
nandina but the for tional Research Council. brownie and milk. ,i by $23,199,000 was I
.
Nassau County were taken in an : gain. Silent assent to the present i patterns "
: accident involving I opposition as well I each were made by the school's In contrast, 55 to 60 percent 1,i The mother who feels she is 'encouraging to the Florida associations
a man as openly
young supporting ,
Invited To
of households with 2 4 after their experience in { Open House :
to
members for .
I S who would not even have been on it can only be frank geometry: classes. I doing a good job nutritionally
And the this writer have balanced: diets. ; her children by giving them a July when savings decreased by a
day
: Ut S. 17 if a modern highway had i straightforward trading of human was This r
been available to him. This accident -' life for small temporary economic there the assistant on duty (out I vitamin pill daily without worrying |i record amount of 26759000.
made orphans of some of my gain. I of some 15 assigned for part-time Young children who must carry about the nutrients in their $23 million increase in savings COFFEE -: .COKES DONUTS'BESSURETORE.TER' :

children's little playmates and a I Respectfully! )yours service) happened to be Mary I food from home to school for meals, is not helping them develop during August brought the total .

widow of a fine neighbor. These I II. S. Millsaps I Phinney, daughter of Bob Phin- I the noon meal, need special con good habits of eating. I increase for the frst eight '

.. men were skilled and highly trained ney high-ranking factotum of I: sideration. Putting two pieces of *II These habits formed in childhood months of 1963 to 291599000. ; :

0 ; All earned better than aver I You'll get an even hem every. Container Corporation. I bread I together with any kind of may continue throughout a' As of August 31, 1963 total
J :
jige income. All were making valuable ; time if you cut a piece of card Fernandina Beach High School ,, filling is not the answer.. Variety t lifttim'l %Good:; nutritious focgl is savings, in the 129 savings and FQR JZJQYAJ4BPRZES

contributions to the corn- I IInunity. board the exact width of the hem i and Mrs. Sether haVe a. going breads should be used, especially; the best way to health and phy1sical loan associations in the ..state was \' VALUED: AT OVER $2PO,000.00 a

I I and about six inches long, then I concern ontheir hands. And all | fruit bread. occasionally,., so {!hat: 4 : jftfnesjs... ': : 'I $.sIOjI29.000 whjeh is represented ... 1 .: :
1 Toeing human beings, we seldom j use it as a marker Start the hem evidence indicates it will keep on'' the lunch does not become morf-1 i I by 1,526,000 savings account .

I lay what we think. We say what insert the card and slip it along j growing onward and upward. I otonous. Foods should be in small Jelled cranberry sauce; is popular -! holders.left --- LASSERRE MOTQR CO. : :

!I t think our listeners want toj j as you work. I servings so they may be eaten: ;j with turkey. Why not jelled on your shelf indefinitely. It j
easily out of hand. Small servings :-: applesauce with pork or other /
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L ; will develop a strong ranced II' "Your Ford Dealer- Since 191010
Pirates Win are much more stimulatingto '!meat, in salads, desserts. ? I tate after a few months, so keep .

; E young appetites. | This intriguing: i idea. has your supply relatively fresh and I

"Ifi/s/ was sure (Continued from Page One) Treats or surprises should be 'prompted. a processing methodfor protected from excess moisture. ':' q- .A: ""tL. _-_ -. -
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fell on a Hurricane fumble on the I included occasionally but ,sh, uld Golden Delicious apples that i .. _q.-- ___ _____ -_ T ... ...

:; ,f a bad year for Fernandina Beach 6 yard line to i not be in every day. Special attention (( Produces a tasty firmly jelled S S -- ,. ,,
end the threat.
should be given special applesauce with a crunchy texture -
: us mules!" y' Camden had another chance to I days such as Halloween, St. Val and an attractive golden' .J' .
'
... 1 go astray after recovering a Fer entine's Day and birthdays,_ 'of! yellow color. I .ti : i
.. -- nandina Beach fumble on the I course. Too many sweets are not Unlike products made with SAVJ.qhLOAN :

Camden 47. A Camden player wa I good in the lunchbox because gelatin, this jelled applesauce : _
..... wide open for a pass which drop- its firmness at tempera-
they may be eaten instead of the keeps ; ;
'Bi.iffig
i i'Z'H
wi ped into his arms and was alsowide ;important foods. All of: these tures up to 120 degrees F. It ; $100 STRONG j

open for a touchdown run, I considerations will extend the can be served on the same plate;' ,, '' "' -
.. but he dropped the ball and on '''feeling of love from home. Th-s : with other foods, even warm I 1. >;<: ;.ri.1/i .. _
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two more pass plays the Hurri. [ i is so important in the development -) foods, without spreading. I ;f,
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canes failed and had to punt to of every child. I Attractive molded desserts or '

the Pirate 17. Here are some examples of : salads can be made by .heaXLng: 1

Arnold, Schomas, Rowe, Beryl I' I the jellied applesauce to liquefy it I Home Building provides jobs for millions of Americana important'"

". 1i ball Rice to and the Barry Camden Rice 12 carried yard line the j Cover. Benny Alvarez: PeeWce 1 and pouring it into berries a mold dish j in today's labor market. Important, too, is the business1 that finances
over pieces! of fruit, vegetables '
." when time ran out to end the Nobles, and Steve Beckett'sharcdI I I: nuts, raisins, or meat. forty-four per cent of America's homes that ye.8r& provides mn =; _
in the defensive efforts of the Pirate -
.. .-. # game. i back-field. than seven hundred thousand jobs. That's the Saving aQd .Loan> Bjiii-
The game was a good beginning An excellent way to insure.
of America One Hundred Billion dollars in 'This
now resources.
nes
George Sheffield and Wayrtc S
for the Pirates who face a tough adequate milk, yet to keep the
r.[ K. Yonge team at Gainesville I' Arnold had slight injuries from I cost down is to suppliment your I month, visit i I FERXANDINA FEDERAL SAVINGS ,';AND LOAN

this Friday night. Coach Wayne I the Camden game but are expected fresh milk with instant non-fat,
T I'' to be at full strength for the : I ASSOCIATION. f 4'; ,t .1 4,
1" I'I'AUTO Benner seemed pleased with the dry milk. This powdered milk i _
i '.. performance in the opening game with the Blue Wave at i cost about 7 cents per quart I
i
counter and hopes to carry en-I Gainesville on Friday night.Coach ,i iI When properly mixed, and mix;!i Find out how the business that helps build Arneri a's homes can build

.....- I with a winning streak. I Benner says he doesn't I 11 part fresh milk with 1 part ; a better life for you by financing the construction or purchase of .,a _
Coach Benner would not single expect any major changes in his j I reconstructed non-fat dry milk I III home.
I .. /
.... .gtg5
.n"4'i
.. LOANS ; : out any particular players as being lineup from the starters against II j it retains the flavor of the fresh ., .
v outstanding as he seemed to Camden. The game with P. K. milk. Of course it is best served ;:' 1'

think it was more of a team effort -I Yonge will be a Keystone Con cold. All the nutritional value of f _

AT in posting the victory, but he ference game. fresh milk is present in the non.

SENSIBLE BANK RATES was high in praises for the ball The yardstick: I fat dry milk except the fat content Fernandina Federal 1 .

.. 'u. carrying of Wayne Arnold, Ray Camden Fernandina : and the Vitamin A which is II] : :
*
Rowe and Richard Schomas and 6 First downs 14 ;:found in the cream.

his general on the field, Ned Ty- 92 Yards Rushing 183 ;I The U.S.D.A. now is using a if _

I :: FLORIDA National Bank sonS 0 Yards passing 78 grading standard on the instant

He had some fine players on 6 Passes attempted 7 i non-fat dry milk. Top qualty; i Savings And Loan Association
.. ..,.. I front line 0 Passes 3 :
-: .I .mIl4k.| t liM MOW I the in Mike Piku'aChip ; completed j I carried the shield U. ?. Extra
: ., Fern a ml in* |...)i Wood George Sheffield!, 0 Passes Intercepted .Grade. The new tandard insures j'

E Butch Williams, Curtis, 3Ic.Corsley. .' 4-25. Punts that the product will quickly dissplve. ,- I .20. ? ATLANTIC AVENUE PRONE 2 .5502 :
] Red Forehand, Roy Oi, 5 Fumbles .Ij' I in vat r. and, have a free:! ,J.
11II'UI(** eoatrt Mcjuxct CO OPMJ Kirby Hendrix, Jerry Beard Jack 3 Fumbles lost flowing consistency. I ; .

Barniak, Joe Thrift and Alan 30 Penalties -
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i On IslandTo : .: : -:?': ":<"' News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, September 2G, .1963 Page ThreeContainer
Gilmore Stresses Sign Tiger .. ." -r.A ; I
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Tell YachtmenOf t FJ < < .iIt""k.: ; ; :: : :: i ,""i"ipp' to come. Container Corporation, '
D To
Bond Parents
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Safety MeasuresIn Welcome StationA I ., ) NJat r 'A, ..s. .'feW. '" & K I' C. < '.;\;.{":"..,........'.>";,,;."'...,.'<:".=-f....;....'.*:r.t. .::,.x.<''\'".,,,,;, iJ" i Heedi good I'm glad position to say overseas, is in reasonably to take Meet September 30

huge 10 feet by 30 feet sign | .J' C Qrv. .. ; : Sees Growih in advantage of these gains, with I
.
; Rotary Speech will be erected soon on Tiger Island 'r fTJ N i I more than 50 plants and mills in f I Parents of children in the Fer-

to tell boaters on the Intra-1; I Western Europe and Latin America I nandina Beach High School junior

BY PAUL WARWICK I coastal Waterway of the Florida] Paper Packagingj I ." I, i: or senior bands are urged to
'
Growing importance of heightened I :Marine Welcome Station here i One reason for pack aging's attend the first treeting this sea
I of its kind in the world. Schoenhofen son of the Band Parents Assoc-
only continued
safety precautions in indus- one y' j NEW YORK, Sept. 23 Use growth, tion.
try, on the highways and in the John Ward, head of the Welcome of paperboard packaging, ;i pointed out, is that it performs
home was stressed yesterday be- Station division of the Flor at an all-time high, will continueto now ''a necessary function for almost i The meeting will be held Monday -

"f ore the Fernandina Beach Rotary ida Development Commission, was c grow at a faster rate thin the ': all other manufacturing and pro- ; September 30 at 8 p.m. in

I .. Club by Bob Gilmore, gen.'Fetal here to sign a lease with H. W. "'' population of the United States i,r i cessing industries. "I can think | the band room.
1 t '
] safety supervisor of Rayon- Fishier and Jack Woodward for .. + ,,, because per capita consumptionis 'of no consumer product moving i i "

I ier, Inc., and a nationally) known the site of the sign. The lease a 4 br.. 1. still increasing, Leo H. Sch- from producer to market pkce : than $3 million per year in research

leader in his f'eld.; ] calls for the payment of $1 pert I II M s .w : : i in oenhofen, president and chief I that doesn't require some kind ,i and development

Gilmore pointed out that there. year with a stipulation that the' ? ors x executive officer at Container i jof packaging." I The board of directors of Container

were 97,000 deaths by accident in I state maintain the sign in an attractive I Ii Corporation of America, told the i Schoenhofen sail! that Container Corporation ]last week increased -

the U. S. during the past year !I condition. L New York Society of Security .' Corporation of America, I the quarterly dividend

f and said safety measures were Askins Advertising Agency will ,; ,, as ,,:. Analysts today. I i which is the largest manufacturer on the common stock to 25 cents
i
I increasingly] needed because of I design and build the sign.Davis Total paperboard ccnsumpt'on I of paperboard packaging in per share from 22 h cents.
growth and, for world "is
population one r in the United States was 19.5 the prepared to parti-
I other thing, the greater number c.pate: in the growth of paperboard -
million tons in 1362, or more Trade At Home
'I! of automobiles' added yearly to ,I To Serve h b than 210 pounds per person Sch- consumption and i is actively ---- -
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national traffic streams. at.M.q oenhofen said. Per capital con ; ] engaged in combining the economy -

t' There also were 9,800,000 dis As Panelist OnSAF 1 A ,, x rxfiT sumption in 1910 was less than strength and versatility: of :I '
I M Y" 7+ RN .N
,! abling injuries suffered last year 'aW q(14 0'p ,. w.b '" 'I '. bAr+. cs' a "r' ""Y '3ry', 3 100 pounds. There has been a 15 paperboard with ether materials, Register Now!
in of he said. and is constantly finding ways
,I' all phases mishaps, per cent increase since 1954. I .
i I. I{ft declared that intensive work .,.' 1 J to add maximum value to paper ; For AnnualPuiilPsssKick
ProgramTALLAHASSEE
;.> r w .,., ,' .+ : 'rN .P },." 'd r r x '. "While the demand picture on ; "
had resulted in 9e' ; dY w ; S.p i ag iw j board n the converting process. .
industry a .. ,, .
I r n lR ,>' 'Sr ,>, Ay ... / 9 9'1' + y'W r II ;
\ s the domestic
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i I. steady decrease in industrial ac- 24 lt+4rra a. e. b'A .A a o rg r1Y. a.4''
t (I I. idints and paid special tribute September ? a3:ae. :. .r ..ti .a. :.y. 3...' .av w.w.-.rl:s.b..... s J ," Schccnhofen said, "over I expenditure program for 1963:;, '64
I I to the record which had been Florida's] proposed outdoor recreational seas it is exciting. Since 1954, ': and 65 amounts to approximately

: run up in this improvement in the development program WHO WILL THE WINNERS BE THIS YEAR Gene Lasserre, of Lasserre MotorCo. per capita consumption of paper- ; $&0 million, including $71 mil. J Contest

Fernandina Beach area of Ray- will be a main topic at the Flor ., is shown with the winners of local Punt, Pass and Kick competition following board has increased G5 per cent :: lion in the United States and t For Registration and

I onier. ida Chapter Foresters'of the annual Society fall of American last year's e\ent. Similar prizes will be warded this year and entries are expectedto in West Germany, 94 per cent in $19 million: overseas. Tni$ pro. Further Information

I "While other factors are important con top the 110 who competed last year. Italy] and more than 100 per gram is financed with $25 mil'ior Stop In Today At
ference here October 3-4.
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! ," Gilmore! said, "it is peo n .J.)III{. .J.)III{. .J.)III{. cent in the Latin American countries I from debentures issued in 1162,
: people like you and me and William Kidd, administrative in which we operate. The $51 million from depreciation! Lasserre Motor

: I'. pour families who are most important assistant to Gov. Farris Bryant ASC Committeemen 1 1I Officer Candidate i Entry List Grows combined gain in those areas and the balance from retained

'V in accidental deaths and will! outline the recreational program .,, should double that of the United earnings. Company
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I w.injuriesand it is only consistwt already approved by the I States each year for some time The company invests more ..
t I'II' '. .. alertness by people like us the 1963!) legislature, including the i: To Attend StateConference ; ;x.: For Punt Pass ------ ----- -- _ ---- -- --

II which keep the rate of such oc I pending Bond Issue Referendum ,.. -........, ,
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,1 I level.currences" down to an improved I'I'I 'I to Florida come November before the 5. voters i Oct 2-4 .' Kick I CompetitionGene .< .t '.. ,>. +'>.,.. ...t/' it\_ : ....; : fF....:-.. '>'" ___ ,. .0"._ : I.1, i

; I includes ti .4 .
The SAF 1
a
Railroad buffs in his audience program k"" .
.
I panel group discussion by James Myrtle Mikkelsen, local county Lasserre, of Lasserre VOWS :
!_ ._ and others, as well enjoyed DOES
Motor Co., announced today that
a color film, "End of an Era," Hammctt, State Conservatonist; office manager, Agricultural Stab- >.. ,
, Soil Conservation Service; William zation and Conservation Ser ; almost fifty youngsters are already -
.P STUTTER.
Ro-
--- which was projected .,for the . .
a.. entered in this year's Punt, ENGINE
Shaddick State Director
t showing the of : T. vice, announced today that she ; ,
) the tarns old steam locomotives passage and Farmers Home Administration; and members of the ASC County 'k'./ '\ r.::. Pass and Kick competition and FALTER

their* replacement by diesels as it j R. J. Riebold, Supervisor, Florida Committee will attend the ASCS ,> this year's entries promise to top JERK, ,
National] Forests; Ernest P. Davis, Conference in Jacksonville next It the record 110 participating last
topic place in Rayonier operations ?
Resident Manager, Southeast Tim week. year. OR STALL
in-the northwest timber lands, I I I ;
ber Division, Rayonier, Inc. Rex Lasserre: also announced that
;
Gilmore's own area ,of special ac Members of the ASC County Aviation Officer Candidate t
T. Yates, operator of a huntingand Committee planning to attendare Carl Jones has again been namedas GET asp
I tivity.Hugh. Richard W. Smith, son of Mr. and I TUNE-UP tJ tJj.
.. fishing near Chip- Competition Director and will
F, Stone, Jr., presided at preserve : Dewitt Conner, Harry Van- :Mrs. Warren Smith of Route 1,
ley; and R. A. Bonninghau! zant J. J. Guynn, W. D. Griffin, be responsible for the contest I
I -. *ih;]luncheon meeting.. in the Seaside Yulee, enlisted as a Naval Aviation ..
chief, Forest Management, Flor which pits boys 7 through 11 : '
and Felix M. Sikes.
.,, Hotel and guests introduced \ Officer Candidate and transferred .
ida Forest Service. against others in tests of the r
I'i I .6y Bill Hogan were Bryan Raus- The conference, which will be to Naval Air Basic Train- I Y
j Panel] moderator will be Ion! i'a I abilities to punt, pass and kick. .
.
11 ;11. ehert, resident manager, and Al attended by ASCS County Office cola, on September .
I (using kicking tee) footballsfor : ;
*** Walker, Director of Public Relations a
and Committeemen from ;
Easbn, both of Rayonier. Managers I 14. He was sworn in by Captain II
i Newt Roberts told the club that Southern Kraft Division of I all over the State, will begin at : J. N. Durio, USN, commanding distance and accuracy. .S .i

I a return golf match between the the International] Paper Company' 1:30 p.m. October 2 and run lofficer of Naval] Air Station At Jones said that it was an honor : tr T y fie r

,I Lions and Rotary Clubs] had been Mobile. through noon, October 4. It will\ lanta in Marietta, Ga. to again be chosen to assist with I A + tip(

.J) definitely scheduled for October Some 200 Florida Chapter SAF I beheld at the Robert Meyer Hotelin I Officer Candidate Smith graduated this fine venture and he urged I f
I of members are expected to attend.A downtown Jacksonville. local youngsters to register for
16. The resumption fairway I from Yulee High School in w rxx, ''r xt
social hour and entertainment the competition and get in on the I xxorr .
hostilities between the two civic Miss M'kkelsen' said that the 1959. He will graduate from Auburn -
have been included on the two- I fun. He also urged the entrants to tra
groups, as in the past, will be followed ASCS State Conference is being University next June. I
I ] by a social gathering at the day program. General] business held to bring the county office start now with practice sessions i .
,I His first taste of Navy life will
session will be held Friday, October in anticipation of the event on
I 19th hole. 4. I managers and Committeemen up- be 16 weeks of pre-flight train I Oct. 12Local I II ,,, .. !aM,.
to-date the latest farm
on pro ing. He will then be commissioned a.
.Patronize Our Advertisers gram developments and objectives an ensign and next comes basic entrants will be competing -
Special Meeting of Topics to be discussed include I I with area entrants for a I II
flight training of eight months. : ,. .
.'J chance at the national 'playoffs"at IiY ..
'I ] Producer Association Ac p ) .
I Hospital I AuxiliarySet His final; training will be at Naval I \
ASK INS tivities, Defense Operations, the Air Station, Corpus Christi, a National Football League Y pf <

September 30 Florida Sugar Industry, Conservation Texas, which will last for five I game later in the season. I' .. + i'! i

i<;v : and Land Use Programs, the I; months. I"I Assisting Jones will be Corwin ,

f.1 :'LAUNDROMAT I The president of the Humphreys Rural Area Development Program After completing the advanced : Burghardt, Curt Gordon, John # .

Memorial Ilospial Auxiliary has and other ASCS administered ; : training in Texas, Ensign Smith Gregory, Bryant Tucker, Gil Viz- ,'

1 Coin Operated called a special meeting to beheld programs. I will receive his Navy Wings of carrondo, Paul Ewing, Harry .j.Wf'A... ..BSI
in the hospital dining room Peters, Donald Struss, Emerson
I Speakers on the program include Gold and be assigned to the operating
t 11 Dry Cleaning for the of electing offic Fizer and Caldwell.The ,%
Ray 'k'A
purpose I
,I Hon. Bob Sikes, Congressman forces of the U. S. Navy rlro. .,. .
Music mile You Wait ers. for the First District of Florida ] Fleet. competition will be held at e3i. a1Jh r1Y.
::::; : Ball Park last but
.-. Mrs. Kathryn'Abels DATE: Monday, Sept. 30; ; Horace Godfrey Conner, ASCS State Administrator (U. S. Navy Photo) two City fields will be as set up year to speed I. DU POSE, MASTER MECHANIC IS AN EXPERT IN THE USE OF OUR

,,. TIME: 8:30 P.M. ; Doyle i MODERN AND EFFICIENT TESTING EQUIPMENT[
? Attendant Commissioner of Agriculture; Dr. the activity, which required over

::4 j '' $15 South EigWh Street Mrs. E. Ii. Junck, Marshall Watkins, Director of the I i Yulee Property 4 hours last year due to the large I

.. Secretary. Florida Agricultural Extension I number of entries.MARINA. ;
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) =.... Let Us Put Your Shrine Circus I Damage By FireA I 6 rte.

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Heating System
vacant business establish- ,
t /
ColiseumOn Il
Set For
ment and living quarters in Yulce
:: 'In Tip-Top a was partially destroyed by fire i any sixcylinder

I .. pe"T October 4-5-6 early Wednesday morning at an I car

... estimated loss of $12,000, accord- f i
ing to Nassau County Deputy ;. 888 any eightcylinder

: The international, three-ring j i Sheriff Emory Walker, a Yulee cr .:dw.""' '., .,' car_
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INSTALLATIONS. ; indoor Hamid-Morton Shrine circus
-. j volunteer fireman. ,
Parts if needed
/ ) extra
with 40 acts will be
I new pre. t
:: Owned by Bill Guthrie the
AND REPAIRS i ,
I sented in Jacksonville's spacious Boats docking at the new City
I is located
property on U. S. 17
Coliseum October 4-5-6. Marina during the past week were
,
I I at State Road 200 and included a 1
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It as follows, with the name of the
For anything from minor repairs or ad Sponsored by Morocco Temple, filling station, apartment and
from the Shrine event, boat, the owner, his address and 1i WE DO ALL THIS.
proceeds store. Walker said firemen
:.: justments to a complete overhaul of your will go to Temple activities and grocery saved the grocery and grease- length of boat listed in that se i .

:: heating system, call us. Our expert workmanship charities. The Hamid-Iorton circus rack portion of the station. quence. IJ J I

"II = assures complete satisfaction, nation has for been many showing years. over the broke According out in a to bedroom Walker the of fire the Huntington Jomie, National, West Mattress Virginia, Co.70, .1 0 Clean and adjust 0 Check coil and


I ? Shows on Friday, October 4 will apartment, the Yulee Volunteer J feet.Jamboree, Inman Brandon, Atlanta .' spark plugs condenser
install new heating equipment, repair begin at 3:30: and 8 P.M. The Sat I Fire Dept. answering the call'
.. .... CarrierWe Georgia, 56 feet.
.
urday schedule includes perform about 1:45 a.m. Fire Chief Harold I
and contort old stems.I. I Vicki V., Philip Schwarts. Kings Clean and
sj Check
ances at 1, 5, and 8:30: PJI. and Hagin called for assistance from generator
i Point, New York, 65 feet j ;
on Sunday at 1 and 5 P.M. Re the Fernandina Beach and Ocean- set points
Hazel Anne, F. L. Jones, Fer ; and
1 1 served seats sell for $3, $2, and i way fire departments when the voltage
; nandina Beach, Florida] 25 feet
: $1. The Col seum seats 10,000 and Yulee water supply ran low.
B. Reese Co.
& regulator
i Plumbing Heating tickets will be available at the I The Fernandina Beach fire de Seven Seas, Col. C. M. Paul, i' Set timing
I Palm Beach, Florida, 90 feet. !
i box office up to show time each partment sent a 1,000 gallon;
"We Service Sell" Les-Mar-Mat, C. E. Richardson!
Everything We :.
performance. truck and firemen of the Check
I pumper Pompano Beach, Florida, 81 feet. Adjust carburetor battery
combined units battled the flames 'I _.
1101 I South 8th Street )Phone Gl-dS9E I Ah-So, P. K. Stibs, Palm Beach, -
'FBHS Junior Class for three hours. Walker said cause ;:: '-, ._ '., ', ..... ,d ,.d./:::::
Florida, 30 feet. j I
1 of the fire is undeternrned.!
: ___- -_ I Sarah H. III, J. H. Tiffs, Fort
Offered AptitudeTest Guthrie and his wife are livingin ;irt$10ne NEW TREADS
I MCRSONYttlTS MOROCCO TEMPLE PIESEK1J1WORLD'S a r a Fernandina Beach but still had !, :Myers Beach, Florida, 42 feet :
October 19 I Pandora IV, R. L. Ireland, k .
FAMOUS INTERNATIONAL INDOOR r furniture winter clothing and Pema Quid, Maine, 68 feetMen's I .. Iii'. APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRESWHITEWALLSANY
I ,. NAM1D-MORTON The Fernandina Beach Hgh other articles stored on the va II I : 1>

ri School will offer the Preliminary cant premises. Garden Club ; SIZE

t / / Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT) : Narrow or Wide Design,

J) .. to members of the Junior Classon Miss Judy Hahn To Meet October 1 (I Tubeless or Tube-type 4 for

1 / Saturday, October 19, at It'l To Dance On TV w "n .. w ,n ., n ,. "
1r All men interested in growing '

I a.m.The main purpose of the test is I Midday Program plants having a better lawn controlling j Our New fleW, identified by Medallion end chop mark vt

II to providealid, reliable and inexpensive I I pests in beautifying their 1 GUARANTEED 4 9

II I on / data for use in helping Miss Judy Hahn, daughter of i homes and city are invited to J 2.1. Acahst Atatast normal defect la road workmanship hazard except aid material repairable durlnr psictartt Jiff)cf CBCOUA treat 4 9
ws students to estimate their abilityto DIr and Mrs. C. Glenn Hahn, will meet with the Fernandina Beach feted in everyday puenrer ear CM for U Booth
I / j TICKET INFORMATION I do college work. perform on Dick Stratton's Mid Men's Garden Club at its first at Emplacement time of adjustment prorat m treed wear u4 tilled Ga lilt price current

S Program TV Channel fall meeting Tuesday October 1,
day on 4,1 I
S Additional information about ; i
.
,
Plus tax and 4 trade-In tiresl
/5: >
/ KESUVID SEATS the test may be obtained by con- October 2. at 7:30 in the office of John T. I'

hmea 4* and Box $3.00Ceiter tacting the school counselor. A student of the Julanne Schoolof I Weisner in the courthouse.The. 1

Ma tIN EES fief AdmttsiM MmtniM,. ,,,,,,$1.00Tickets $2.00 the Dance, Judy is a memberof club boasts some excellent
t1 VE WS JAYCEE BIKE RODEO the Senior Dance Concert gardeners who are always happy e
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Nit
TS M or Colutvm. i
Q N 16N HeMimiMfl, Park Bex Otfitt, or Boys and girls, be sure to bring Group. to exchange ideas and
I !(.. SYriler your bicycles to the Recreation She will also appear in the ces with others. experien-j

I Center on Atlantic Avenue on October Woman's Club Revue, "The S. S.I Those interested are

( 5th for the big Bicycle May-B" on October 8, 9, 10. Jul] attend the next meeting. No per-

Rodeo. You will have a chance to anne Owens will be choreographerfor son al invitation is necessary. !

1 r / show your riding skit 1 en the the revue. Mrs. Guy Dudle, I An excellent program is planned J e BEACH SUPPLY
st thrilling driving course. Also the accomplished school pianist will I for the first Tuesday in each 1

t II/S tart Adoaa Street Telello.e 3S4.2ol1 Jaycees will give your bike a free be accompanist for Miss Hahn. month. .-
rfRrORA1ANGfS
L fa Ort. 4 3.30; tU. S safety inspection. w
M olr, +-s* ML say. Dlr. too; r Wooden clothespins split in half Easy way to separate whites
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make good scrapers for cleaning from yokes of eggs: break them 118 Atlantic Avenue Phone 2614482t

i sl1t111 S obf foliqus elf OHkUr h fAw TiY,1 Trade At Home aluminum or enamelware. The over a funnel; the whites pass

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Beach/Florida: September ww WMN.rimrr..rwra"mmvy+ \WW-oNWW.W 1MoI
-. .. Shower ComplimentsRecent Local Youngster

Class Entertains Circle Meets In Bride At Contributes To Jack'And
Wed in Home :Stpttftta I 19MR. Thew

Warren Cargals At September With T. W. Oliver HomeMrs. Jill Magazine


Steak Cookout Mrs. J. J. Hamilton Leslie James Story form Garden Basket Dense Heafner, 9, of 2006 FlorIda .

U erly Louise Montgomery wa: Ave., Fernandina Beach, is a
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Cargal, The Ella Hardee Circle met I honored recently at a miscellan ; contributor to the October issue oft

soon to make their new home "in i September 10th in the home of .eocs shower held at the home o BY JANE SCOFIELDThe Jack and Jill magazine the 2i ".

ft. Worth, Texas, were honored Mrs. J. J. Hamilton.The I Miss Mary Ann Oliver in Amelk i I year-old children's monthly, pub-

at a steak supper last Saturda meeting opened with a : t City. of "gilliflower" started with !lished by The Curtis Publishing
Basket has probe name
evening at the home of Colonel Mrs. Herb : followed Garden I
prayer by Bailey, i 1 Hostesses for the occason: wen I the Greek word "karyophIton"I Company.
in
:: ii tJlrs. E. B. Philips of Philips by responsive reading of a Miss Olio ably not missed a year en- I I included a
| Nancy Jones and Miss ouraging the planting of stock. j to a flower whose leaves The picture is : as
Manor-' praYer, led by Mrs. Tom Davis. imong our late winter and spring were shaped like the keel of a [ News Note in a special departI -
:The supper was sponsored- by Mrs. Paul Burns presented the ver.A yellow and white party moti looming annuals it is just about boat. It is interesting to note thati I I intent of Jack and Jill called
tne-Adult Bible Class of the Per, Missionary! Education. which was ': North East, West and South..
C f was carried out by floral arrange ops.: It is one of the most useful i through travel through the languages
concerned with the lives of two
i :,l nacdlna Beach Presbyterian I .. meats placed throughout the Oh lowers for arranging, beautiful of ,Rome and France the This News Note picture was
I
missionaries who work in '
Church i women : I' ver home. The centerpiece an ornamented \nd formal enough to use with word arrived in England as "gilo-'::''selected from among many hun

The guests, after cooking steak the Refugee Center in Mami. floral arrangement, wa our finest dinner ware and silver, fre", and degenerated there to dreds which are submitted by

on -an outdoor grill, were invited After the business meeting, the j designed to accent the refreshment ind perfectly at home with such "gilliflower" with its meaning entirely :, children throughout the United
.jn, to the Philips: home where tab. chairman announced that the Ella overlaid with white The "stock" entire world. Eac \
'j table a lowers M lilies, iris, carnations, gone. name I! States and the
circle had the prize
Hardee
H were set for salad rolls, coffee won the ,I linen cloth. roses, tulips, gladiolus, chrysanthemums dates from the period when men 1 1I I contributor reeeivw a framed

tea, and dessert. for the highest attendance at i 1 After the guests played games camellias. Stock is easy i wore a type of collar called a "Certificate of Merit" from Jack
WSCS meeting
t Following the meal Colonel preceding It was decided to hold an auc-,i -"pj I for prizes, the honoree was presented to grow for us in North Florida, stock due to the fact that there and Jill magazine, signed by it..

Philips' conducted a tour of the tion at the November meetine.! gifts from an umbrella s hardy cool'weather flower. We 'seemed a resemblance in the petals publisher. ,

aands which included his new The members were reminded ofa ; 'I hung from the ceiling and lowered can have it over a long season of the flower.

orchid house containing hundredsof scheduled meeting to dstributej I x.4Y :,. for the presentation. too by choosing plants of several i Stock requires a rich soil andcare

orchid plants of various types. sample medicine to be sent to : ',ta I Among the guests was Mrs. R. types, the very quick growingseven to avoid soil borne diseases. Imperator is a deeper btye than

; ,An evening of fellowship wa medical missionaries overseas. '{ W. Galphin, sister of the bride. week several kinds requ'r- It likes cool weather and the gardener I Wed? wood which blooms wdaderfull/early;
with the of ten weeks to bloom, and thoseon I I Professor Blaaw is
concluded
singing : ended with bene ing
The meeting a
should have no trouble with: i iI variet
: and
: satisfactory vig0re3
"Auld Lang Syne." j ''Woman's the cut and come again order. (
diction.
t Club Year of these has a long I'I it being killed by cold, whereas': a velvet purplish tone flower, and
Each types
Mr. Cargal has served far the
:. AyYj.Y 1 !I Opens October 2 At blooming season! in itself. For cut I late planting with the blooming I' quite large, which Uowi 1s fairly
t :'east, year as president of the Mrs. Hall Reviews I flowers the tall branching type : season coming after the weather. 1 late. Joan of Arc is an early

I Presbyterian Adult Bible Class Trip For r: Luncheon Meeting stock is most useful, and one can I I becomes hot is never satisfactory. I blooming white. La Mogul, the

''I{ and will be greatly missed. Thir* European I# t buy seeds of this in separate col. Dutch Iris are good companion seemingly most satisfactory brownis
1f I
Ity two class members were present Magnolia ClubThe I I The 1963-'G4 year of the Fer- find the 1 listed: with the Spanish Ins,
too
ors. One can very plants for st tk. The stock blooms
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o- ,All wished Mr. and Mrs. Car-' ; : iirr t inardina Beach Woman's Club will column which are very like the Dutch and
I _ j' elegant and formal type over: a long period; the bloomingof
'
I t gal t and family Godspeed as they Magnolia Garden Club met !lTuesday. 'officially open on Octobe-, witha stock, each plant producing only i the Iris is rather staggered according I bloom a little later< thus extending -

i I' journey to another state. 'I September 21th, at the' %C r covered dish luncheor. at 12:20 one spike, a superb one. A true :, to variety. For several the season. One of the se:d

I 4 Some of Mrs. Ray Weinausr. Mis.! 9 b w 'at the club house on Jean LaFitte pink stock comes in this column (; years we made unsuccessful attempts store owners in Jacksonville told

Presbyterian Women Bert Maxwell served as co-hostess Boulevard. type; which is very lovely. One : to form a pleasing garden us last week that he had named

with Mrs. Weinaug. .. : : The guest speaker at the open- can get seed of a white column color scheme with groupings of varieties of the more popular iris

Jo, Hear Book Study At a short business meeting the I : ing meeting will be Mrs. Kath stock in addition to a general I iris alone. They just don't seem in his order which was expected

J3y Mrs. Allison llub members discussed the trees AND MRS. BURDINE GORE leen Bonfoey of Ivey's of Jacksonville mixture.It I to bloom that way; the flowers of
t ; Varieties to make
whose!'\ subject will be, i any day. a
to be purchased and planted along stock before its
.. is difficult to buy i one variety are gone
-- "Your Neighbor! as Yourself". 14th Street This is a civic pro- I The home of Mr. and Mrs. Mer I'chose a sheath of beige satin,brocade -I "You and Your Hat. plants very in individual: colors. We I companioned color blooms. One i show should be planted in clumpsof

which illustrates the Church Se''. Wt sponsored by all the garden cury Kavouklis at 503 Stanley designed with a scalloped I Programs for the year have get a lovely range of colors in ; can have Dutch Iris blooming over at least five or six. This also:
lubs. Possible; entries for the"ounty I Drive provided a lovely setting neckline and short scalloped been planned to be both informative often the deep I quite long period if buys
vice,.to children in need and obi mixed plants but so a one makes for ease in keeping varieties
fair October 15th-19th Thursday evening, September 19,I I sleeves. The fitted bodice extended I and entertaining. Each program them For I
,; g1tion to Senior Citizens, 'will bet i I purple predominates and there isl by variety. instance. separate when doffing time
pTfsVnted to the Women of th- ere mentioned Mrs. Joseph Stu. I when Mrs. Esther Tiliakos was to a V-waistline. A circular will be outlined in the club'syear a i scarcity of white, which is the'i Wedgewood is the very lovely and
r united in to Mr. Burdine 11 I veil of silk illusion i book, to be distributed at I comes. Late October or early November
marriage imported
First Presbyterian Church by; "its will be in charge of the dried was most useful for arrangements., satisfactory one that is first to .
'i I Mrs. Henry J. Allison, Jr. or. loral arrangements for the fair.I Gore of Cantonment. I I I caught to a circular crowp of : the October meeting.Personals. Stock is a spike flower so is most : bloom, Orange King is a very is a" good time plant

: Thursday, October 3rd, at 10 a.m Program Chairman Mrs. Al The Rev. James T. Dunnam, satin brocade. Her corsage was- of often used high in arrangements, handsome late flowering variety 'these iris. ...
The October General Meetino ohrantz then introduced Mrs. I I pastor of the First Baptist Church,I i white, yellow-throat orchids.' :, which position is seldom suited'I(i'
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open the this Cecil Hall as guest speaker. Mrs. performed the ceremony at six I Mrs. Kavouklis chose a dress, for the dark purple color. Of ------- .-

Church Extension year 'theme..Cooper's stressing. fall discussed her recent trip to o'clock, before members of the identical to the bride's, in, -olive course the answer is to. raise I I .

..11---- Europe and explained, with the) immediate family. I green brocade. Her corsage was one's own plants from seed. Now

.. aid -of slide her husband had I A handsome arrangement of an orchid. I Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lee and is the time to plant stock in flats. I '1st ANNIVERSARY SALE

taken, the various flowers and I palm leaves, with yellow and Immediately following the .ceremony -I daughters, Janie and Ronnie of We read that if you cull your :i

Laundry places they had seen and 'bronze: chrysanthemums provided j' a reception was held at the : Lake Harbor, visited this week plants by pulling out the weakerones ..

Following the lecture Visited.j the background for the wedding ,I home. end with Mr. and Mrs. James L. at transplanting time you I ..

tenses served refreshments.Mrs. party. Hi-Fi organ music was For a wedding trip to South Mock and Laverne. Thev left Sun. will eliminate the ones destined to j
: : : PORTER AND LOVEQUIST 1
Coin-0er ated Jack Vann won the door played softly in the background. Florida, Mrs. Gore wore a navy I day morning for Milledgeville, have single flowers. I
nrlze. I I The couple was attended by blue sheath with navy accessories Georgia where Janie will begin I .
r : .. laundry and Dry Approximately 20 attended. I Mrs. Kavouklis, daughter of the i! i and her bridal corsage. I her freshman year in college. Mrs.\ Our beautiful double have flowered
in clear colors come
bride, and her son, Anthony Pete I j Out of town guests were, Mrs. Lee is Mrs. Mock's sister. stocks COLOR CENTERVAL'SPAR \
I : "' 112 Cleaning
I
from their origin, a
I I a long way I
ROYAL RED CROSS GIFT Tiliakos, of Jacksonville, who Agnes Coleman and Mrs. J. E. .
... ,..,Mrs. Doris Howard gave his mother in marriage. I Daniels of Jacksonville, and Mrs. I I Friends of Mrs. William W. native flower of Europe which
r i Stewart will be to heir that pte' coarse with single dull ;
glad was
The empress of Japan has For her wedding, Mrs. Tiliakos f i Rogers Peeples of Kingsland, Ga. flu I II
:I : Manager made a personal gift of $10,000 tothe 'I she has returned from St. Vin i purple or reddish flowers. They I pAINTS

International Red Cross on the cents Hospital to her home on have been greatly improved even
'1' ""' 14th & Beech Streets t 3nzation's' 100th anniversary, Mrs. Lucile Dyal Wed Uel Lee Hinds In North 15th Street. I' in the past few years. The stockwas .I I II

.. of the plants that was
reports the Red Cross. I one
.... -_.--- I II I Ceremony At Memorial Methodist Church Mrs. Roy Lentjes and infantson .called GiUiflower in England, |'

I .. I Curtis returned last week by i other Gilliflowers being the Carnation I & StepLadder L 16' Ext.Ladder.
r A ceremony uniting in mar plane to Alexandria, Virginia and the wallflower. This I
: 'riage Mrs. Lucile 0. Dyal and I after an extended visit with her I I i I c/ i '

1 SQUARE DANCE CLASSES 1 Mr. Uel Lee Hinds of Edina, Missouri Pythian Sisters narents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph I \, i I

was performed at eleven i i Honor Grand Chief Wood. !the Union Carbids Ore Division
I Ir
: thirty o'clock Saturday morning, I II in $ $4.88' $9.88
.. FOR BEGINNERS r of the Union' Carbide Corp. : I
:1 September 21, in Memorial Methodist At Banquet Monday Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Cason of New York City. ,
Church. The Rev. Nelson I Jacksonville were guests of the
I L.Yi1
jl 1 P. Moyer, pastor, officiated. I Fernandina Temple No. 7 Py I D. 0. Oxleys last Sunday. Mr. 'f Mrs. G. E. Sapp entered St.I I With The dLI With ThePurchase

MONDAY, EPT. 30 7:30 P.M. I The altar was beautifully arranged thian Sisters entertained Grand I Cason is Mrs. Oxley's brother. I i j Vincents Hospital on Wednesday Fl )

I with floor baskets of Chief Polly Merritt Monday I to undergo surgery. I I of 4 G I"I
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.J.,. .. : AT RECREATION CENTER evening, at a banquet prepared I Dean Oxley, Jr. is expected ,
.: bronze chrysanthemums flanked I by the Pythian Sisters and served -I II !I home from college in LaGrange,!1 I Mrs. Doris Mente of Jacksonville : Ldtex t of 4 Gals.Paint' .

,- i I with circlar candelabra, entwined I in the downstairs : Georgia for a weekend visit with and Mrs. Carolyn King of i iI t
Anyone Interested Invited To Attend with garlands of smilax, holding dining room : I "' OutsideWhite
!
I at the Masonic Temple. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Valdosta were guest of Mrs. C.
,II lighted yellow tapers. An urn of Oxley.Mr. L. Perdue Wednesday. n
The tables
were beautifully I I
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-_ -- : matching chrysanthemums was I II I
I decorated with red and
I' roses
and Mrs. Frank Hamm of
used as the center arrangement.Mrs.
I I CARD OF'TIL1S
H. B. Dickens provided a greenery. Place cards and arti Amelia City, and 0. R. Shelnutt.

'program of nuptial music at the i' fully decorated match box fay II of. Tampa, returned last Tuesday i I The family of William Earl 'CAULIHNG QUART

r REMEMBER organ. I' ors carried out the theme. after a visit with relatives in : Pyron wishes to express.deep appreciation LA t 3 9 c

: : Miss maid of After the banquet, membersand I Langdale and Roanoke. Alabama :: for the many expressions COMPOUND t I'AI h T PAIL
Lucy Dyal was
guests convened in the upstairs I I I'I and LaGrange and West Point, I I of sympathy and the kind. ,
honor and attendant for her I
AAt i only '
) LAST WINTER? meeting room for' the official Ga. I I nesses shown by their friends and I
'mother. She chose 'I
a cranberry
visit of the Grand Chief. The I
to the unknown to them, in I Ii :
I : dress, with matching velvet hat Mrs. Jennie Sanders and daughter I many 9" Paint Roll
r
i I If Temple was honored by having I their recent bereavement. I 4A'
f '! and prey! patent accessories. Her three other Grand Officers pres-I Miss Sarah Sanders, and M ss i,. 8 Kit $1 '. 3 9 c j
was of pink rosebuds.: Rita Busbee of Miami returned Tray
i be ready for this one I corsage ent: Grand Junior Ethel Canova, I "If you think children: don't'know
r Dr. David Hinds of Kansas Grand Secretary Selma Daniel Thursday from a three week trip ;,
the value of
try giving
H :? A1C I City. Missouri acted as best man 1 and Grand Guard Agnes Gardner. to California and points of interest ,, one a nickel." money- Fred W. I
: for his father. through the West On their, SO. STH AT FIVE POINTS PHONE 26l.3OSCamera
: | There were a number of other vis- ; i Grown, Edgewater (N. J.) Bergen .
; : : :.r\ See Our fihe Line The bride appeared in a teal I'itors from the Jacksonville Tem- : 6700 mile trip they visited relatives 'I Citizen. I I
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Morgan
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blue dress, worn with a mateh'ng i pIes, eight from Temple No. 3, --- :-- -- -- ------- -- -
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feather hat and coffee-bronze ac : Jacksonville} and five from Seaside City, La., and such points of interest II I i!
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p-t A of Heaters 'cessories. Her corsage was of Temple No. 8, Jacksonville as the Carlsbad Caverns,

i bronze chrysanthemums. II Beach. ; ... I Disneyland, Grand Canyon, etc, :
{ .Both'Gas' I !, During.te-t.m /,, f rand and tours of, San Francisco, Las I :
raid Oil I (Imritedtatehr.f01loJng the ceremony ; I SpecialYour
Mexico and oth-
a buffet luncheon was ; Chief waa''the"retfpt nfc;.of e beautiful Vegas, Juarez, I

r :: given at Seaside Inn for the wedding I heart made of red rash and I ers. I .

., party and out of town guests. dollar bills. This was presentedby I Mrs. James M. Triplett and
r NOWON M.E.C. after I II .
Following a wedding trip, the : Josephine Goolsby I son. Mark, are temporarily living I
I the Staff had saluted the Best Camera Value Reg., Price $99.50
couple will reside in Edina, M's- I with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
DISPLAY souri. Grand Chief by Waking the ''let E. N. Roberts while Mr. Triplett : '

: Out of town guests were, Mrs. I which ters L the 0 V Grand E and Chief the heart was,-"into'escorted "is training with the Ralston Purina '!! New Crown 8 mm Camera $7

Jack Barker and son, Logan, Ohio; I ( Co's Salesman Trainee Pro

.. Mrs. Janet Cranks and daughter, The and Temple presented presented the gift. Ine gram in Atlanta, Ga. i Reflex, Automatic Zoom Lens NOW ONLY fJI

r, Ouincy, Illinois; Dr. David Hinds, !! Grand Officer with a gift beyond Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Colley of I NO MORE SETTINGS This Camera Does It AutomaticallyBest
Kansas City, Missouri; Edgar I i price, honorary member list Alabama and
I an .I I II Montgomery, son
Salzensfne! Lincoln, Illinois; Mr. I and a charter member list for tKe Wayne, spent last weekend here Price In Town Reg. Price $13.50:
and Mrs. Harry Furry, Springfield i I Pythian Sunshine Girls. Mary Ki I'I'I with their son and dauehter-in- i I

Illinois; }Ir. and Mrs. G. M. i Moore, Myrtle Rizer and Bertha I law }fro and Mrs. J. L. Colley, and I Movie $
Owens, Bronson; Dr. and Mrs. S.I I Robinson are largely responsiblefor I their new granddaughter, little New Smith-Victor Compact Light | 150
D. Cowart, Miss Patricia Cowart
ta I C. R. Owens, Miss Nella Owens,?I I II After their the organization.meeting refreshmentsof Miss Rene Annelle Colley. j, Equipped With GE Sealed Beam DWA Lamp ONLY "& I.I I.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCall, Miss '; punch and cookies were servedto Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Haddock I
IaN Cathy McCall, Linton Feather. spent last weekend with Mr. and '
those I
presentHostesses
I stone, Mrs. Eddie Lou Hensgen,1, I. Mrs. Marion Haddock and family j New Voigsland 135 mm Camera $35
d Mrs. Rebecca Graves, all of Jack X at-their home in Palatka. I I

sonville; Dr. and Mrs. Weldon 'Fete Good For Color Slides With Case & Flash Unit
J : The Challenger Odom, Atlanta, Georgia; Mr. and Miss Jean BuchanAt Mr. and Mrs. Guy McCulley left
WITH PURCHASE CADET BAG ,
Mrs. Merrill Moulton, Orlando; Wednesday' for Richmond, Va. FREE

otL-FIRED SOLAVA IIAmerica's Miss Shirley O'Quinn, Tallahassee Bridal ShowerMiss i Richmond is ,the first stop for the

DELUXE ; and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McCulleys enroute through Tennessee I Used Minolta Autocord()
'
HEATER Most Beautiful I Brown, Callahan.Stork. Jean Buchan was honored I to Hot_ Springs, Arkansas $25
Home Heater with a bridal shower on Septem for a three week visit. They will I
i 120 Film Rokkor 1.351ens F-75 mm
Maximum Comfort ber 11 in the Conference Room at return through Louisiana, Alabama '
: On The Least Atilabte'ith: AutomaticControls ClubMr. the Recreation Center. and Georgia. SHUTTER SPEED B-1 Sec. To 1-500 Sec. Lens 3.5 F-22
and Blower
Hostesses for the occasion were
Amount. of Fuel' Up To 53,000 BTlTs Mrs. Joe Drew and Mrs. JoAn Mr. and Mrs. Carl Quattlebaumand Used 135 Camera
daughter, Bonnie, left Tuesday Argus mm $20'Comes
Dubberly.The
and Mrs. Thad Lee, Jr. .
for a week's visit with relatives -
: SEE THESE AND MANY OTHER proudly announce the birth, of''': Mrs. Cordell guests Buchan played and games Loraine and in Denmark, S. C. With Flash and Case
9 at Baptist
1 : twins on September tl Byrd won prizes. The door prize GOOD FOR COLOR SLIDES OR SNAPSHOTS Shutter Speeds 1.10, 1.25, 1"50,
j : 'OUTSTANDING WAKES AND MODELS Memorial Hospital, a son, John Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Townsend I
1 was won by Mrs. Lillian Bunch. 1.100 and 1-300 Sees. Lens F-3S to F-I6 .c, .
,. Kelly, weighing 7 Ibs. 10 ozs., and I have returned from a week's visit
., a daughter, Jane Kathlene, weighing Refreshments consisted of !in Georgia after returning their
i AT sandwiches CAMERAS AND ACCESSORIES TO CHOOSE
f. u G Ibs. 7 ozs. punch and open-faced daughter Miss Marcia Townsend, MANY MORE
It. served from tables overlaid in in
Southern
to Georgia College FROM !
,1. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haddock of yellow linen. be-
5-POINTS GROCERY AND Statesboro last Thursday to ,
Jacksonville are the proud par The bridal gifts were arrangedon in her The
sophomore
( year.
ents of a baby girl, Karen Denise, a table covered with yellow
Townsends visit
Included
trip a KING
.- HARDWARE born September 18 at St. Vincents linen. A fall floral arrangement of several days in Macon. T. H. PHOTO SHOP
Hospital The little lady weighed'' completed the decorations. I

; :: 5 Points Phone 261-5205 7 lbs. 11 ors Mrs. Haddock is the Corsages were presented( to the Mr. T, H. Meek visited with
Your For
Photographer Occasion
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Every
former Miss Sandy Stewart honoree; her mother, Mrs. CON Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Roberts at ;

IT FINANCING CAN BE ARRANGED daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W, dell Buchan; and the groom's t320 Atlantic Ave. for four 'days 504 Ash Street Phone ,261'4586

i Stewart. Paternal grandparents mother, Mrs. W. M. Tutn t. last week on a business trip. & .

'L- are Mr. and Mrs. L, J. Haddock. About 90 guests frerv present Meek is the Works Manager of -








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I '" News-Leader Fernandina! fceach Florida Thursday September 2$ 1963 T geCraiefullinesani FiT3
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j 1963 Woman's Club Musical Promises --. -

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''To &fi Best, In Family Entertainment : PQkQ.g; Itl t o Luxury in 1964 Chevrolet Impairs:

i KOREA (FHTNC) Navy Ensign -

The Woman's Club of Fernan 'I Tickets Martha, Alday; Public'ty -I J Gene .Gjddens, son of Jlrs.larney .

fl dma Beach will present its annual I Mollie Royal and Elizabeth'! E. Jqnes_ of 1804 EetfehSL

entertainment at the clubhouse I Hall; Skit Ann Duey, Mary serving aboard the attacktransport I

in three gala performances Agnes White and Nancy Lancaster USS) Henrico, reently, II
on the evenings of October 8, 9, ; Music -- Lynn Cough; I rt'eipated: in joint ArmyNavylanding I

and 10. The curtain will rise at 8 Properties Eloise Sorensen: i iI e.wqses: ; on the beach of II

.. p.m. each evening.All I I Costumes Mary Oliver, and Pohang? !! Korea.
hands on the deck of "The i Jennie Corbett; }Jak -Up Carolyn JIenric.o was flagshio of Cqmfliander :\ -I _

( Good Ship May-B" promise the Miller} and Barbara Talton; Joint Amphibious ,Task. _
best entertainment for an evening Stage Hand Glennis Adler; Force. during the maneuvers. '

with your family that you Choreographer Julanne Owens; Pubbed, "BAYONET B ACW, f _
I can find anywhere. There will beads : and Mimeographing Edna Jhs assault operation involved theDavy's !

and variety! numbers to I Preston I : Seventh ;Fleet units and, _

.,please and amuse everyone. I For a sampling of the program I the _Army's: Seventh Infantry Di- I
The nautical theme is carriedout in store for you, there will be vjsion. ,It began Au!?. 29 when
from a roarin* start to a side- I varetv: numbers dances ,
.. many ,I I fknrcq! ,began. loading assault
snIitt.inefinish, and if a pleasant songs, monologues, a hootenawt-I II trpops at Inchon.. ,At the same

cruise! is your dream, this i fc the ny, the Barber ') I time, fiv e,, other Navy ships tooV I
I
I time to jon' the fun with all the dren'a operetta, and many other kc ;4 on supporting! ; equipment, vehicles.I, __

crew of "The Good Ship May-B." I hilarious and entertaining fea :and supplies needed for the land-) _
This very fine show was writ : tures. Local talent will be at its ings.JJenrjco's.
ten by Mrs. John G. Knight, and i best. I I I
in
I t it i is under her very canable direction I Mark this outstanding entertainment _______ .,"BJQT. primary BEACH" duties consisted
that production has been I on ''our calendar now, I The rich luxurious appearance of the 1964 sparkling color-b'ed interiors and a choice of
,of the troops, to Pohang
underway for many weeks. She .' bringing Impala Sport Coupe (above) blends Chevrolet's : 19 ppiter teams will be noted on September 23
of theWoman's
It is the big production '
N ably assisted by Mrs. H. D. : one .and serving as headquarters. ship I traditionally graceful body lines with smart new I when these new cars are introduced at Chevrolet
Johnson. I Club year, and all the for the Task Force. styling both front and rear. In addition, many II dealerships. Impala Super Sport models feature I

Other members of the Production members urge you to enjoy itmth I I The successful assault l l landings new mechanical refinements coupled with newcipent's adjustable bucket seats and a new center console.. .

I j Crew are: G eral Chairman I them. "SPARTACUS", technicoor; spectacular' md J winner of : demonstrated the combined effortsof --- -- -------- -- '._ --- --- -- -
Tickets are on sale now. Get four th Army and, the Navy in supporting I II GOUT INCIDENCEGout
I Philips lisa academy awards will be the I
Jane ; Program feature attraction at I
them from members of the Woman's ,. the amnKibious motto stipend' is tailored to his FINLAND OFFERS INFANTRY
1 Knight; Director Edie Johnson the han Theatre this Sunday and Monday. Starring : an inflammatwpi'.of the
Club or at the door. For I"United We Land". need.Awards I' Finland will form an infantiy
\ ; Staring Patricia Maxwell adults the donation is $1.00 and are Kirk Douglas, Laurence Olivier, Tony Curtis. zmd Jean I Henrico normally operates out 1 1I may reach a maximumof battalion for use in United Notions joints, is found more frequently
and Shirley Bohannon; Pro ram Simmons. $6,000 for the four of in business executives,\\&}\ in any
for children only fifty cents. years
I' I of San Diego Calif. I peace-keeping operations-
Book Barbara Talton: Talent other
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Jean Ginp-les. Flo Flenniken Please come and join the fun. I college. For students who already The battalion would be ready to --group.--:----..... --
financial which
: 8Jd- 'Lonwhner' Advertising JAYCEE, BIKE RQDEO I possess resources I move out upon request of the I.
Mare ; ,
will enable them attend the
l City Bowling Lecgue to N. Secretariat, subject to Finnishgovernmeit -
Helen Phinney, Faye La- I \ '
Dowlerettes awards
Calling all bike riders! Attend college of their choice, the The ail-
Chance Adaline Davis, Marian .. the. Jaycee Bicycle Rodeo October are $400 for the four years. Stipends \ approval I
Alice Youn blood, \rr.YO BY II. B. ELLIS JR. volunteer unit will receive specia'training ,
Younpblood. '
\ Ride 850!)
5th at the Recreation Center. now average about $ a
IVcgv Bond, Florence Mierzejew- BY ANGIE DREW .. the Defense Minisiiy I MONEY:
Week of 9-1863 J. Beckett ,670 the thrilling test course and geta I said. I ,
ski Martv Allison, June Stewart, year.A
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I Carolyn Miller, Suzanne Ihrdw. Sept. 21, 19C3 Total High, Team. Came i free safety inspection and reflec- Merit Scholarship is also a I
Stevens and Katherine Total Team Standings W L Pins Becker's Drugs 1004: tive tape markings: on your bike. form of' "educational insurance"for HOUSE, RESTORED I
Deborah
Teams! W I Pins No. 4 53 5G58 Morris & Payne S83 I It's fun and it's free.. Don't miss the student who rece:ves it, ON :
YOUR
official
Clarke. Blair House the President's
PriscSlla Corbett 1. Team No. 1 4 2 3802 I Becker's Drugs 5 3 5584 No. '4 978 because the amount of the stipend i .
Finance ; house in Washngton,
2. Team No. 3 3 3 943 Beach Bar 4% 3% 5510 High, Ind. Game will be increased at any time. if guest y.
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-I It 3. Team No. 4 3 3036( No. 6 31/4 454S6 T. Tilman 249 there i is a significant change in I is being restored air-conditioned, refurbished under ana : OWN

Rcaister Now! 4. Team No. 2 2 4 38CO I Morris & Payne Body Shop J. Beckett- 2W- High School college cost or in his family's financal i-Ii centrally the guidance of a Blair House :. ,

g t High Team, Single Games 3 5 5584Hadden L. Flint 246 situation. Fine Arts Committee. T
RMS'
For Annual W/IIcp. Lanes 3 5 5559 I High Scratch Bowjejs jCoptlnue.d( : from Page One) I Finalists designate the college :I

I 1. Team No. 3 582 High Team, 3-Games J. Beckett 228-616 they wish to attend and the course I I
IVORY COAST DUE LQANWest
: PuntPassKjckContest 12. Team No. 4 536 No. 4 2899 T. Tilman 21$-576 are selected from, the ,Finalis4group. of study they'plan to pursue.. The. has agreed to
3. Team No. 2 409 Becker's Drugs 2826.I R. Hadden 191-5,33 I colleges chqsen: by the Merit\ I Germany
:
Team No. 3 752 Hadden Lanes 2808 G. Hadden 188:522I "The future leaders; of our nation Scholars in most instances. also loan $7.5 million to the Ivory

I I Team No. 4 719 High, Ind. 3-Games I I \ M. Walker U87-511 will be found among you,* receive' supplementary grants.: I Coast Republic, the Foreign Min-I!
'' Team No. 2 704 I G. Hadden 678 I L. Flina 211-510 people who have; the qualities and NMSC and sponsors have thus istry reports. The, African nation Nothing Could Be 1
For Ilegittration and aspirations represented by these will use the money to modernize '
Further Information Team lUsh 3 Games T. Tilman 675 I I ij. Easton; 17910, far contributed, about $17 million More Convenient .
said John M. agricultural production.
W/IIcp. Semifinalistp! Stal- in direct: financ'al! assistance. to ( I I'
Stop In Today At naker, president of the National 1 Merit Scholars and their colleges. I ,
1. Team No. 3 1631
: Lasscrrc Motor 2. Team No. 4 1602 High School Echoes Merit Scholarship Corporation. I This' amount is exclusive of obligations Whetheryouneedafew.

3. Team No. 1 1435 '"They are not only intellectually to'the 4,000 Merit Scholars ---z4 dollars ora sizable loan,
CompanySocial able l but characteristically; they
Team No. 4 2151 and I now in college, it pays to deal where&u
BY NED TYSON are also ambitious, energetic, established TERMITES ?
The Merit Program was
-__ ... 7 "_ Team No. 3 2141 ocAnwofn1......"... ...,..... -Tn, hrmnrin--..--' ..... them.----. 'we-- I! in 1955 with grants from ; get every advantage,
1 Team No. 1 19C3. Fernandina 12, Camden County, helped to get everyone in the pay, credit, too, to the families,'' the Ford FQundation and the Car Under our plan every.
High Ind. Single 0 that was the big news at right frame of mind for the game. teachers, and communities which negie Corporation of New York. thing is custom-tailored!

Hnw-\Iueh W/Hcp. F.B.H.S. this week. Richard Scho- The freshman class officers have, aided them in their efQrts.tc In 1962 Ford Foundation announced to suit you and ydur
1. Carolyn Rowland 187 mas and ChIp were elected last Friday. The win succeed. additional grant to
2. Dot Odom 1G5 ";'4% Wood scored the ners of the varioys offices are' as : an pocketbook.
SecurityWill I "Their achievements are: ,a pro- ,continue the program through
.V 3. Ruth Willamson 1C2 '"K::: touc hdowns, follows: Steve Barber, president; duct of their own ability, the extent

You Collect? Carolyn Rowland 217, "'t: backed up by David Walters, vice-president; I to which adults have personally 1970.Nearly 7,500 Merit, Scholars i"
.
'wIeld's twts .tsl
Marsha Hoose 207 t'$; Treat team effort Celeste Hardee, ,secretary;' and Jo I encouraged, their intellectual; have been appointed to date. In addition uj.d vgaiziiiS5UOO .

Enough: to live comfortably during .- Dot Odom 204 .. .. ;..:4 ... x. all the way. Tyson, treasurer. II development, and the level l of support through the program's special GUARANTEE
I your retirement? A Metropolitan 'High Ind. 3 Games .' .. :' :-i:;;, Despite the Achievement tests ,were' givento I their communities ,have services, thousands of other NO ADVANCE :

Family Security Checklipfives" ,- W4IIcp. t t bad; weather, a the freshmen this, ,Monday and educational ana NOTICE REQUIR
I the "financial; fact!- c. y. : given, to local; ouistajidl2 i ? participants have AI.lillI! Fuiurt Tirmilt C1I1Ls :
you
1. Carolyn Rowland 500 \41argecrowd Tuesday. cultural institutions and pro been helped in obtaining ai4 from
then helps you plan for the fu- 2. Ruth Williamson 472 .. Y from Fernandina "
The F.B.H.S: Band( will make other and colleges have
grams. ,sources
I lure. A regular review of yourS 3. Dot Odom / 455 4\I v' Beach managed the trip to P. K. Yonge tomorrow To, increase their opportunitiesto been assisted in their efforts to MahoneyTerminix LOANS UP TO $600GA
.financial health is as important Carolyn Rowland 590!) -- to attend the night and will present its first obtain, .financial assistance if 'locate the' intellectually.able. f1 :

I as your physical check-un. Thi Ruth Williamson 574 :, game. The Pirates appreciated the half-time show of the 'season they' ,need, it, the Merit ..CorporatiQn C':3II .v.H =
service is strictly confidential- Dot Odom 572 'loyal support and hope that it through the years the band has sepds the names of Semiin- SAY, LET'S. ALL GO to the Co.

And there is n9 obligation except Velma Hodge picked up 6-10 will continue throughout the sea- become famous for excellent' per- alists to all accredited colleges Woman's Club for the outstanding SERVICE SINCE 1930 F' NANCE(
to those love. Why not
you split and to other sch
formances. I'm sure that this year and universities show they are presenting as
I call me today?1 June Osteen picked up 6-10 son.A "pep rally", held in the high will be no exception.' olarship-granting' agencies and financial their annual entertainment. It w;11 For FREE Inspection CORPORATION

split I school gym Friday afternoon, See you next_ week." i aid sopices: Studies show be on, October 8, 9, 10 at their 303 Atlantic Avenue

;; MIKE that about 50 per cent of the club house, and everyone iq townis Phone Jacksonville Fernandina BeachJIondi
GRIT STARTED IT ::1.BY :1. Semifinalists obtain financial aid talking about it being the Telephone 261-3681 '
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; ( kt1 FIAU The Atlantic City boardwalkwas Sports Afield from sources other than the' Merit greatet! It's to be a musical, and COLIPEcT 41768. -ALSO Flit OffiCES. I Ity MCKSWIUt- !

: ; the idea of Jacob Keim, a Program. one we just can't afford tQ raiss : : -
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PHone 251-3329, hotelkeeper, and Alexander Boaid- become i
have
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of the Semifinalists\
1 .. Fernandina BeachMetropolitan man, a conductor on the Camdenand TED RESTING
Finalists.; All Finalists ,receive -
Atlantic Railroad. They
There is more to urf fishing of tne surf as it breaks inside the 1 ; a Certificate of Merit in re-
Lift Insurance Co. thought it would keep people from
1 New York ,10, N. V. tracking sand into hotel rooms than meets the eye. The inex bars. These sloughs, gullies, and.I cognitiop of their outstanding*1
: perienced fisherman believes that channels are the paths that fish 'performance: in the program. As
and railroad cars.
----- ... ,_ -_- you simply cast a baited hook will usually travel from deep, offshore I i Finalists, the students will be eligible
into the water and wait until a waters when the ides arc i for scholarship awards sponsored I

fish comes along .and grabs it.. favorable. A person can qijickly by NMSC and about 17a !

But there are right and wrong distinguish the best place to fish business corporations, foundations,

han TheatrePhone I places to fish; and careful con- by observing where the waves colleges; union trusts, professional -

sideration should be given to the I! break. Waves build up and break I' associations, and individuals. WAS IT SHORT IN '

261-4849 C. E. Beach, Mgr. tides if you wish to be successful over the shallQws .before they I It. ... :
1 says Robert D. Hall, SaltWater break in deep wkater;,'you.tan tell In this last phase of the competfb'on -!' # ,
". SATURDAY, AND SUNDAY MATINEES' AT 2:30 I Fishing Editor of, Sports where the channels.. ,,are by.: the : :the''Jirgh! cschool grades I '. t I

I : TIGHT. SHOWS START>; 7:30 \ | Afield, Magazine. Some fishermen I,dark, unbroken surface. I creative: accomplishments, l leadership 'I'

ONE COMPLETE; SHOW"FRIDAY follow the crowd and fish where The action of, the waves break- 'I qualities) extracurricular ,activities ,

they see others along the shore or ing along the shoreline will "usually I ,. and school citizenship, of
AND SATURDAYOne on jetties. I create a scouring condition .the, students :will be evaluated

showing Friday 7:30 Saturday 2:30 and 7:30 There are sloughs or holes that cuts out gullies of various! I along with their scores on the

"TARZAN'S THREE CHALLENGES" where fish feed, and the successful : -, depths along the edge of the!).ea.i I tests.
1964 the namesof
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About ,April ,
angler knows how to spot I II When the tides are favorable,
Jock Mahoney Technicolor 'I such places from the formation I many species o( fish will move, the Merit Scholars'wiU be an
I I nopnced, the exact number de-
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S One showing Friday 9:14 Saturday 4:14 and 9:14 I pe iding on the' extent of sponsor
r support of the Merit Program. In
I "THE SLAVE"Steve THE WORLD OF 1Q63 ,NMSC and sponsors together REASONABLE COST CONVENIENCE

Rccies Technicolor awarded( about 1,500 Merit' _
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Sch<>la hips. :
SUNDAY Each Merit Scholarship is a I '

'I. ', 2:30 arnj] 7'JO: Monday! ; 7:30, four-year award to cover the Undergraduate r d., :
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3 STOOGES COMEDY" college years.

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I, -, SUNDAY r into these gullies and feed upon; r 811./ .

"f' 3:00: and 8:00 Monday 8:00 mole crabs, clams, sand eels, mul- I '. .

:* "SPARTACUS"Kirk let and other small baitfish. A .

.-. common fault of many experienced .
I Douses Laurence Olivier anglers is to overcast the J;sh ..

Jean Simmons Tony Curtis that inhabit this! sandy trench. DEPENDABILITY

t Technicolor Most of us have the irrestible . j jIF
.4 Winner of 4 Academy Awards urge to east as far as possible, <

: MONDAY little thought to where ,
giving our YOU WERE SHORT IN ANY OF THESE THINGS :
1 ... Special Matinee: for the kids 3:30 bait may land, instead of selecting .

"3 STOOGES COMED.Y" a favorable. hole or slough. YOU NEED. SUBWBAN PROPANE GAS, HEAT :
RNfRUA0W t5iKSTWK TWO
p4 nrart' ha 1 &' TaLIcN The currents, tides and winds
: vo.1a5 aQ u yg21 .4 222ACCefeESrtl6JJ.T ihit '
4:00 0T THE tittSMTCiA FtftZG&WI M&451LA.j.LV are forever changing the bottom 'Oi .. k ... .. -- -
I : "SPARTACUS" formation of ,tp'any areas found ,

I :: Movie out at 7:00 along our coast Thus, where fishing Check Our Bargains In New and Used Ranges :
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I PRiYE-N '3AI1 -4 F:4L not later.' be There productive are wide a few variations days I and! Water Heaters : :

the bottom in sections .
; in ocean many
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4 : OPEN ONE NIGHT ONLY start fishing, it is a good idea to FULL LINE OF REFRIGJRATQRS :
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Saturday, Sept. 28 7:00 look over a. particular fishing .

"TALL MAN RIDING"IL1ndolph ground at low water to familiarize 'J
yourself with local conditions. '

Scott Technjcolor Anyone who fishes the sea, offshore :

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to the gulls. The wheeling -
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: James Garner Natalie Wood of fish. With their keen eyesight -
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-Page Six News-Leader, .Fernandina, Beach, Florida Thursday, September ..Gf 1963 ( Admiral Bailey reports from' long and bloody war, disastrousto Havana to Mobile, is .loaded.*willi'It
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,. .. Key West that he now has th.rty- I very section and especially to a cargo of leacT *
7. 7" s
:: t n:' t'3 i ::;':;*.:tvD:"'af: .:,?' .\ .. 'r" '.:';'r. ./}:!/. 'v:/t..s: :. :.',.' vided a nominal cost of living ad-I two ships in his East Gulf Block I the slave owning sections of the September 18 Confederate
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:: -&s.fyw.K C':.*#.N&. &..''.*r;:*..r.'i'. .. ." <* ,'. &> -s&. C, ,.':. ;ustment for our employees; ading Squadron, patrolling the : country. Time has proved the correctness Brigadier General James Patton
f-: < .y. all # have provided for reserve area from Jupiter's Inlet on the I, of his views." i Anderson, commanding Chalmer';
:: }:O' ._L : ;i. :. to be built up from golf course income Florida East Coast to St. George's, I According to estimates made 'I brigade and Hindman's divisiofljis
;
l r31 :. ... which if maintained'tor I I it iiAirvct:4 Sound on the Gulf Coast. i by the Florida Adjutant General, at Chickamauga, Georgia, ac

'- ----..-'. """!'& _._. that purpose, can be used in about The town of Bayport on the Gulf Florida has already furnished I cording to reports received in
:: f lam six years to pay off a sufficient ]j coast was shelled today and a I 16,092 soldiers to the Confederate Florida. General Anderson live|

.. ; part of our bonded indebtednessto ; large cotton warehouse and R' military service. This does not include I in Jefferson County and he served ;
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save the community over $150- I Confederate steamer were de the men between 40 and 45 as Colonel of the 1st Florida infantry :
;, 000.00 in interest alone; and we stroyed. The U. S. tender Twc ,I I years of age recently called into when it was mustered into
I tit have included certain improvements Sisters had been watching the service. Confederate service in 1861.

to existing facilities in ':, Confederate vessel for several i An advertisement appearing lIthe | September 21 The following
with the needs of our
keeping
Allhoujh it retains its handy compact size, the Ford Falcon community. I days. While at Cedar Key, mi* : Florida Sentinel again explains -i: is an official casualty list of the
has an exciting new look of action for U .t. Completely ;' September 5, the commander o : the urgent need of the issued today
restyled for the first time since its Introduction four years "It has not been possible to secure -i : the Two Sisters heard that there Florida Card Manufacturing Com- 1st and 3rd Florida
ajfljthe new Falcon: offers added comfort inside, improved all the equipment which i S'S was a steamer at Bayport and decided : pany for leather and skins. The i from the Infirmary Camp neat
economy and :a softer, big-ear rde. Both tall and short driv. would be desirable, but we feel ( to investigate. The Confederate will $1.00 each fur Chickamauga: 1st Florida, Co. Au
ert-vrill end the \isibillty! improved and the seating position be I I company pay
these capital expenditures can vessel discovered II
more comfortable. The Falcon matches Its look of action \ was lying usable leather strips which measure 2 wounded; Co. 8,1 wounded; C We
wifra! choice cf engines ranting from the economical 144cublcInch postponed until next year. I a'nkj near shore, partly camouflaged. '! six by twenty-two inches.It C, 5 wounded l; Co. D, 5 wounded,
six-cylinder to the high performance: 260-cubic- have not been able to honor all 1 f Because of adverse t'des, howl l| is also interested in purchasingany
Inch V8. The Falcon has the widest model choice in the compact requests from individui's? or : ever, it was impossible to attack i i animal skins, except raccooi I 1 killed; Co. E, 2 wounded; Co.
fied with 17 models in five series including; %- and 4-door I groups for various "niceties" or or try to capture the steamer Unless j skins, of the same size at 50 cents F, 3 wounded; Co. G, 5 wounded: II
sedans, hardtops, sports coupes, convertibles, station wagons even for essentials if they are not Mr; IT12 it put out into the Gulf. |i each. I Co. II, 1 wounded, 1 killed; Co. I, j
'and the Station Bus, Club Wagon and Deluxe Club Wagon. in this budget 2 wounded 1 killed 3rd Florida,
mandatory year. ;
will be introduced In A l letter appearing in the Flor I j September 16 The Unio i 1
They Ford dealer showrooms I
27. September Neither have we been able to mmE1Ip1 ida Sentinel today signed "Senec"endorses steam tug Marigold is being ord. i Co. A,1 wounded; Co. B, 2 wound
.. make certain salary adjustment $ Ji the candidacy of J. B. '. ered to and, if i ed; Co. C, 2 wounded; Co. D, i 1 1
-- -- ------------ -- I IFerI1 Tampa Bay, necessary -.
for key professional City employees Roulhac. It admits that he was a to Cedar Key, to find out I: wounded; Co. E, 1 wounded, 1
tndinn Bench who do in my. opinion, re- co-operationist, but says he has what has happened to the pr'ze 'killed; Co. F, 1 killed; Co. Gr
City AdoptsContinued qu're recognition. Ii ; since become "an active support steamer James Battle, which: wa :i wounded: 4 killed; Co. II, 4 wounded
: "Across the board, we feel this I of the Confederate Government'in ''! sent up the coast on August 21, : ; Co. I, 6 wounded; Co. K, 1
(Continued From Page One) ( from Page One) budget will cover our require- the prosecution of the war, by J,I and to "render her such assistance wounded. !i

chosea..the Jaycees wll: work out ments, barring any very unfor.1 serving in the army as private as may be in your power, u' The following is an unoffciat
an action project to affect their ; have, by much effort, abscrhcd : seen major problems, and and officer during parts of ISol case she needs any." casualty list of the 7th Florida

solution ,or to get it underway. i approximately $83,000.00 of expenses -I this time next year, the money ) and 1862, though not subject to i* The U.S.S. San Jacinto today all wounded. Co. A, 3; Co. B, 1? I
Typical questions on the survey -, which were not providedfor which has been absorbed now can j conscription. He maintained in captured the Confederate blockade Co. D,1; Coj F, 1; Co. G, 5; Co.
will be "la there any th:ng you in previous budgets. Of bopJ-this be utilized for necessary programs '|I Z4 I860, that the destruction of the i, runner Lizzie Davis in the Gulf i H, 2; Co. I, 2. The records do not .
is due
particularly like about this community amount, $27,000.00 on or to effect a reduction in adval- Union would be followed by a : The Southern vessel, bound from show any killed. }
ed indebtedness incurred duringthe .. ___ _. 1
? "Is there anything have ------ ---- ----- -- --- ---- ------
you orem taxes, which this year 1
particularly! dislike about this' 1940's. The balance, approximately been increased in the very nom MISS JUDY HAHN, student ,of Julanne School of The ,1
community?*' and "In opinion I $56,000.00 represents payments i mills for the 1
your borrowed inal amount of .27 Dance, will perform on Dick Stratton's "Midday" pro- 1i i
equipment, -
on money J
what are the five most important fund and .40 mils for bond
general TV Channel 4 October 2nd. A member of
on a year to year basis la I gram on on I
which need be done to I
things to I service. We are pleased to presentthis the Senior Dance Miss Hahn will also
i cover unforseen expenditures( rot Concert Group, I CLEARANCE SALE
make this better community
a ask
covered the and budget, and your cooperation in the Woman's Club Revue to be held October 8
Jones asked that the public be by budget, a in assisting us to live appear I i iON
urged to cooperate with those can- small carry forward from year to within it." 9, 10. She is a member of the Little Women and was
vassing the city and interviewingthe year of miscellaneous expendi- voted the Most Talented Senior of the 1963 graduatingclass
tures. We'all felt this i is not sound In other business, the Commis-
at Fernandina Julanne Owens original chor-
citizens. High. ,
_. and have taken sion received bids for the supply- :
-- thinking, steps toj ALL FURNITUREAT
correct such a situation. | ing on chlorine gas to the city for eographer for the Woman's Club revues, is choreographerfor
one year and awarded a contractto the 1963 revue, "S. S. May-B. Mrs. Guy Dudley ;
Register Now! j principal"We: have and met interest all payments on both of Hardee Bros. in the amount of pianist for the dance school, will play the accompanimentfor

For Annual long and short term notes; we $1114.40.A Miss Hahn. !
oil -
to furnish ,
contract gas
have provided funds for a Sanitary -
PuntPassKickContest and to the city. for one
to Land eliminate Fill our operation existing designed City- year grease was awarded Gulf Oil Corp.in FLORIDA 1 100 YEARS AGO I
The
of $12,050.40.
dump, (which is a health hazard) the amount
SHIELL'S SWAP SHOP
bid of Standard Oil Co. was $12-
to reduce our cost of admin stra- 191.60. Published by I only one saw mill is left standing!

For Registration and tion over the years to come, and The Commission named Roscoe FLORIDA CIVIL WAR CENTENNIAL in Jacksonville, and it was spared i
Further Information ; provide a more efficient garbageand accountant, COMMISSION because its owner is an English:
Stop In Today At trash operation for the community Mullis to make, certified the annual public audit of the 208 Valencia Avenue man. Commander Reynolds expects 16 NORTH 4TH STREET
have added funds for I
; we Florida the U.S.S. Thorne shortly
Coral Gables 34,
Losscrrc Motor I city books.
I new equipment to handle administrative SAMUEL PROCTOR from South Carolina with suppliesand
An application with the Housing Edited by ,,
Company functions at the city hall, and Home Finance Agency University of Florida he will then check into the
'
which are des gned to prevent I
spiralling expenses; we have pro- I was discussed in connection with September 10 Admiral Bai matter thoroughly.
T
proposed sanitary sewer extensions September 15 J. B. Roulhac I All Items Must Go!
.. .; ley informs the Navy Department
;" : _.:.._.-'b-':1 .' -J',jo. ".IH '" : ;-' -, ...4'.1.': _'t"tfJ" ...(_.__.....,...:t. ...' _.' ." .- in Fernandina Beach. City in Washington that he is converting : announces that he is a candidate
: Manager David Gatchel was instructed for the Confederate Congress from
to his service the prize steamer
,
I I to proceed with arrangements Nita. When she is fitted out J 1 Florida, but says that he will not

i with that agency with an she will be added to the Navy list "scramble for the position. If

The 64 Fords I I eye project.to future engagement in sucha as a cruiser. I elected duties ,of he the will same"discharge, for the bet the:; DON'T MISS THESE BARGAINS i

Gatehel read another of the con September 12 The commander I interest of the State and Confed
I of the U.S.S. Stars and Stripes, '
tinuous letters of praise that eracy." He admits in a letter to a
I and reports that one of his gunnels s I COME IN !
come in from yachtsmen Tallahassee newspaper that ht TODAY
Are Here! boaters who have availed them-I tried to destroy the Confederate- was not at first a secessionist,
I
St. Marks River
at the steamer Spray up
selves of the facilities I. but he feels that the war should
but not successful. Two i y
was
Florida Marine Welcome Station "be vigorously prosecuted. to an
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You're Invited To Open House : and City Marina. I,tured.Confederate sailors were *cap I honorable peace' and the curren .16 NORTH .4TH STREET -
reduced sound and
I I r cy to a healthy; .
In a letter to the Floridian and j! standard."

COFFEE COKES DONUTS 1- I .WATCHFOR Journal, a citizen of Lafayette I --- .- - -. "
County denes: that his county i;& r
guilty of disloyalty to the South

ern cause. The county has "prc
BE SURE TO REGISTERFOR 4.TURNING. duced fully as many or more i

troops than she has ever polled \ .
1210 VALUABLE PRIZES
votes at any one election ever 1,-. '
VALUED AT OVER $200,000.00 held in the county and is creditably M (
represented in every regi I
ment or battalion raised in the I
:
LASSERRE MOTOR CO. \ state. The population of this coui.- !
ty, is comparatively very small, i CO MMERCIAL
and consists principally of very I
"Your Ford Dealer Since 1910"'e their :
CARS poor people, dependent upon
daily labor for support, and htr :

: >'_. __ih '..: :_:_.: _"t ;V.." .".t .:!; _' _\ 4.: .- _'", supporters have been called off I
from helpless and dependent families :
until it requires a charitable 1 .
attention of those left to keep I
. such families from want and suf '

fering. The citizens are not guilty : /
of evading conscription, as has; I PRINT/NG"ij ;

DID YOU KNOW ? been zens of charged any other, anymore Florida than county.citi : j' (

Further it is denied that there is ; f
in the county a band of men who( '

swear to resist any demand mad i .
upon them for service in the Confederate

IT IS UNLA WFUL. : ." are Army.not"being Pro-Union supportedfor candidates Is A Specialty With Us '

public office, nor will "thoseat \\;
home who are seeking to! ,

screen themselves from service .
For Any Person Or Persons To Engage In Business Under A Fictitious behind some little office" be ,',
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elected. I .'
Name Unless The Name Is Registered The Confederate steamer Alabama ; .W'>' .. .
was today captured in the i
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Gulf, by three Union vessels, the Chech your supply of Letterheads, Envelopes, Business
San Jacinto, Tennessee and Eu-
:
Read This Florida Law. genie.
September 13 The U.S.S. Dt I Cards, Office Forms, or any other kind of printing you
Soto today captured the British,
steamer Montgomery in the Giuf
"It shall: be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein, to engage in south of Pensacola. The DeSoio I may require and if the quantity is low just give us a call.

business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined, without and chased the Montgomery for near
ly nine hours. "Three months ago
unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the clerk of the circuit court of we should have concluded it in I I r.
II
the county where the principal place of business is, which registration shall consistof Soto onefourth captain of says the ,time"but," now the De-the II I If we have printed for you before, a phone call will start

filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit signed by all interested persons, crippled condition of the ship soon I

stating under oath the name of all those interested in the business enterprise, the I' becomes and thus apparent hope sustains to the to the enemy last,I our presses turning as we keep a complete file at our! .

extent of the interest of each, and the fictitious name under which said business iscarried 'I the effort to escape us. The whole

tribe of blockade runners has' .1 fingertips of all printing produced in plant.
our
on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto been watching the ship they .

engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or their intention tell me so and are as well informed "
as I am in regard to the ..
to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four (4) consecu- tinkering upon her at Key West ..

th e weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county where said registraI I and the general" inefficiency of .I .' '- J' Our printers take pride in their work and you are assured ;
her boilers. .\tfi t
: tion is to be made, and said registration shall not be accepted by the clerk of the September 14 Commander .' ,

circuit court except upon receiving proof of such publication." William Reynolds, U.S.S. Vermont ..: of a neat, clean and accurate j job. '
,. is investigating reports of i j .r -' .-' .... .

large quantities of yellow pint : ..

I If You Arc Engaged Business Under Any Name Other Than I River lumber near floating Jacksonville in the and St Johns other :i iI PHONE "" '. _. '!, irP.
I
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I amounts stacked on shore at May- r
; t.
Your Own, And Have Not Had This Name Properly Advertised I port Mills. Reynolds doubts-these 1 2613686or .. <.. ..'

i I reports since the blockading ',' / J ,
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: A Registered, See Your Attorney For All I Necessary Information !! ships Hale and Norwich stationed :

in that area, would have seen this : "

As To What You Should Do. i i lumber on the river. Presently onboard 261-3687 FERNANDINA BEACH NEWSLEADERf' :,b;
; the Vermont are three I I'I ,
->...i..r.,...- 'i young Confederate army deserters I .' ,-v'"JjJrt
I II
i 'I who had been on picket duty at
::= FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER r I Jacksonville. They deny that

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its banks, They report thai alf

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1t 1t 1 1I rr 'a.r.r.wi.:t Y dv'r ,. M .r f .\ i I he rs-Leader__, Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursday, September_ 26,1963 Page Seven

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t .. Yf ',r Slants I

t 1 : ;, -+ ,Sports I ,
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I .. E| BY CURT GORDON ..

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ti The Fernandina Beach Pirates some of the members of the club y ,
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r opened the football season in fine : that live right here in Fernandina. .t ,ar

Y fashion last Friday night by defeating : *
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"et _, ,
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Camden High 12-0. Fer- Valdosta lost a football game : r
r .
,. nandina played a good game and, last week when Waycross handed .Y aV '. ,

.. IiQ I* made the local fans proud. Rainy,:them their first loss in 38 games. ., Y.. V \' ; ra
windy weather caused each teamto I jWe doubt that the most ardent \
II fh (hiI fumble more than they probably !Valdosta fans thought they could Y 5, ,
1 would have on a dry night, but i go on winning forever but we , AC ,1

.. "U.f C..R the bad nights have to be expected ''wonder if Coach Bazemore will be .a. x \ \
1 x during a football season. hanged in effigy for losing. We I A ,
I I doubt that too and expect Valdosta i

The Pirates will be the road will be back soon. Losingone ,
CHAMPIONS Ot. rIlE WOMEN'S SOFTBALL LEAGUE were honored with a banquet I on
f by their r'a, ., rr,v. Poole, of Har- I again Friday night when the}". game isn't enough to go in .< k'a r
travel Gainesville to the hiding over. Most schools can
to
dee Bros., and Jake Bunch, team manager, are shown with trophy presented by the I play back in this THE
P. K. Yonge Blue Wave in a Keystone us statement UNIFORMS WERE DIFFERENT and games were placed in the afternoon but
I
League to the winning 1 sponsor. Members of the championship team are, left to right, ok if '
I Conference game. The game the spirit of The Fernandina Beach High School Piratesas just as strong in 1929,
Brenda Townsend,. Jimmie Townsend, Deza Mattox, Betty Becton, Lou Davies, CarrieAlvarez I should be a good one since P. K. We wonder if there were any : as it is today. Coach R. E. Townsend is shown with his gridders at what i is now City

June Roland, Annis Moore, Eloise Minton, Audrey Mullis, nl\\,.Herrington I Yonge displayed a fine brand of phone calls before the Alabama. I'I'I Ball Park. Front row, left t to right i Theodore Ferreira, Carr Owen Robert Johnson,.

I and Darlene Suriano. Not present for picture were Jeanette Henderson, Taunce Smithand football in winning over Orange I Georgia game last week. The I Rene Bailey Hale Sheffield, Gale Lon ee, Willie Bunch and Ernest Dm: 'is. Back row :
Mary Alice Thrasher. PhocJ'fiy T. H. KingJAKE Park by a decisive score. "Tide" seemed to have swept the"Dogs" ,:
left to right, L. L. Hall, Frank Hall, Vincent Ferreira Joe Sigmon, Willie Griffin,
I : -tr -tr.. -tr.. i out aga:n, 327. We un- I
n. Kennard
M Sammy and Jake Bunch.
I The Fernandina Beach Fighting t derstand "The Bear" wasn't at aU' ,
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i 4" I! Band is scheduled to make the 'pleased with the performance of ,

FOLLOW THRU trip to Gainesville with the Pirate his powerhouse and has slated
team, which should give the boy I some rough work for his boys Tournament In Semi.finol i Round

,lI ,; ;' ... a real boost in their effort to pickup I this past week. I
'' iV trb I If '
i k,; ; 'YA ,A'i another football victory. il n I. ? .
I 1 I *it.v .. ] .'f...... ok & ok f Gene Lasserre sa's' the Punt, Play in the Club Championship Smith over Jim Clark and Low en- Hugh Ste q e i fid C lark efrmTom
"' "'V",.:" .') We ran into Cooney Claxton I Pass and Kick Competition for j Tournament of the Fernandina stein over D. W. Ringer Tilman. *

i t ,: s 4a ti.i...., : this week and he wanted to tell I: youngsters between the ages of '''Beach Golf Association is in the I I In the Third Flight, Dr. Cecil Trophies, which will go to winners

i I ,k. I I all of you fishermen that he had I 7.11 will be held on October 12.Fernandina !i third round this week. at the local I Brewton will play H. E. Williams, and runner-up in each flight,
II plenty of live and dead bait at his ;i links. II and Perce Entzminger will play arc on display in the clubhouse.
I Amelia River Fish Camp at the I fans are off to a i!' The third round must be com Steve Spence. -.-
i Drawbridge. He has all facilities I good beginning by following the plated by Sunday, Sept. 29 and I Brewton won over A. II. Har
t I for fishermen, having installed a ; Pirate football team. We had a the final round will run from :i dee, Williams over Newt Roberts, I / /I
.e' boat ramp, stocking fishing equipment tremendous crowd make the tripto I Sept. 30 to October 6. j I Ii I Entzminger over Frank LamI fJ

,, ,. ,,J pr f+. ": iW' and bait. lIe invites everyone Woodb.ne: last Friday night. It ,i i In the Championship flight,j jI jsemi.final I bright and Spence over John Doz- : '.
,. iF O h/. :.. to stop by. will be nice to see the equal at1,1 matches pair Y. E. Hall ; ier. i
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; ,t- Q # Gainesville on Friday when Fer against Leighton Shave and Tom In the Fourth Flight, Bob Ramsey I ..tl i it.

'.'. .,ti BY WILLIE MATTSON I Fishing news is bad this week, nandina plays P. K. Yonge. I Lannon against Bill )I 1ton. I'II will play Al Miller and John I 'SfiL
the reason being the terrible II I i iI Hall non over Rudy York I i iI : Gregory will play Walter Preston. tJ

i- The ladies of the FBWGA met weather we have had for the past I I People do learn, as time goes II! Shave over Joe Scarboro,. Lannonover (: Ramsey won over John Baxter, I
,I ,. at the club house Tuesday to I few days We know bad weather'i on, that crime does not pay. .You I,,I Sam Merrow and Melton ,I Miller over Bill Hardee, Gregory .
tertain ladies from Lake en I doesn't stop some of our good rarely, for instance, read of a : over Ed Jones. 'I: got a bye, and Preston over Emerson +, ,: \ .
City,
r Waycross and Cecil Field. Most of I fishermen, but we think this I bank robber over eighty years old. I In the First flight, Harry Poole Fizer., .
them teed ,off but played a few I 1 Northeaster did. We hope to havea i I j i|. will meet Fred Osteen in the semi I 1 In the Fifth Flight, Bill Royal .. h
1 w holes and came back in and enjoyed -' better fishing report next wee*.. Howard Davis, former Feman- finals and Jack Venn! will play : will meet Ben Clarke in a final ;', rJ)r J2

BUNCH of the championship Hardee '' a day of cards, luncheon I dina News-Leader owner, was at!'the winner of a match\ between Al'' round match. Royal won from '= _
,. manager and I refreshments. The Nassau County Sheriff'sWater the football game last Friday Bodine and Ben Shave (not jet !
Bros team in .the,, Women's Softball League, is shown I Patrol met Monday night night as usual He continues to''determined). j ..- I o W
receiving a handsome plaque at last week's victory ban The Club Championship has Porter's Fish in keep with he did Poole Bob .
I at Camp regukrsession. up sports as won over Young in ,i 1.r
I been set for the
quet. The trophy was gi\'en Bunch by members of the September up 29. First week matches beginning One of the charter members here in Ternandma a few years 1 j the second round, Osteen over Bill t I ASKINSLAUNDROMAT \/

', team. Making the presentation were Deza Mattox, left, I Roy Jackson, will soon be ago say 1940. Howard will always Childs and Vann over Dick Ben ." '
can be played Sunday or Monday, I 1(
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II and June Roland. Photo by T. H. Km,. I the second match Tuesday. The leaving our far! city. Members be a fine asset to any town I nett. \ \' III'IDon'
I voted to have Jackson as a hot.oiary .- he lives in. In the Second Flight; C. W.; "
I writer was informed that .no one I now.
member of the club. Jacit- Howard will play Cecil Loptienand top
could play a match on Wednesday,
so the final match will have to son said the reason for this was All comments we have heard Archie*Smith will meet Gus I| Coin OperatedDry t

WESTERN AUTO.SUPPLYWAAS be played Thursday or Friday, I because they knew he could come this week about our Pirates have Lowenstein: f J> \ Cleaning M;
all the from South Carolina i i Howard Carl Swanson
the final way been good and probably the com jjvon* over I
except Championship
DRUG STORE I match will have to be played and rescue people quicker thai. I'ment made most often was that Loptie,}.,over Jim Weber, 'I II Music While You Wait I

| Thursday and Friday as they will I it looks like the boys really want | Y: !' Mrs. Kathryn AbelsAttendant I fLORIDA'S OLDEST
SUBURBAN PROPANE I! play 36 holes. I II Waas; Mrs. .Clinton Herring vs. to play some football. We agree I Sand pine seedlings pinus AND MOST HISTORIC

., follows Championship I II Mrs. Thomas Shave Jr.; Mrs. H. I- and we hope they continue to1! clausa are. available! for the'! .-..*. ,,_, ,-, K-l,
ALLAN'SPRESENT Pairings
A. S, I are as : j 515 South Eighth Street I
E. Williams vs Mrs. Andrew Al :"want to play" against P. K. first time m quantity from Flor-i I 'west Mb evtfitf 3
Mrs. L.
Flight C.I
lan. Yonge. ida Forest Service u/ ATLANTIC AVi FWNAXDIHA
I Shave vs :Mrs. Rudy York; Mrs. I nurseries. ......
UNIVERSITY OF FLORSDA FOOTBALLON Edison Casey vs Miss Vesta Second Flight Mrs. Harry --- -- --- -- ---- ----- -

I witt; Mrs. J. W. Hiers vs pre-I' Poole vs Mrs. Wm. Sweatt; Mrs. : ,I
VPAPSATURDAY Robert Bryce; Mrs. Ed. Beach vs Geo. Davis vs Mrs.\ Dan Daugherty -
I Mrs. Tom Lannon. I ; Mrs. Bill i Childs vs Mrs\ : '
SEIT. 1963 '\T The 64s from Fordare here
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J:45University'of :
[ 'First.. ... Mrs Ed. .Matt- .Norman Alday; Mrs. Clarke: I ... .
Florida vs Mississippi State Flight : : Brown vs Mrs. Carl Glenn. "'..... ...- __ r _".,... ,
i'II I' son vs Mrs. John Mrs.Hooper; Mrs.I Third Flight Mrs. P. R. Entzminger -I The Year nve-stcUis r .
Curt Gordon vs Glyndon vs Mrs. Thos. G. Hall, of flie/Test/ 't today! *: :

.j Jr.; Mrs.\ Jimmie Johnson vs Mrs. .. .,,
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3 I Cecil Loptien; Mrs. Bill Melton .t,

I FERNANDINA BEACH :. I John vs Mrs.L'Engle. Ray vs.Caldwell Mrs. S.; and L. TarlI Mrs.- Ford cars have clmngedOnly; a test drive can tell you how much.1 I: !' "' s iltaccs


0 :I ton. and rallies l economy runs, braking and acceleration tests havfr
;; Poker Hand winners for Sat \

"JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWNBEACHES'I r sy Y'w ,. I', urday and Sunday are: Larry bred into our 1964 models the kind of total I performance you just caii'ttcreate
Baker, Joe Rouse, Perry Penland : .
Fred O'Steen, Walter Preston, on the test track alone. They 1 are hard-muscled, :ast-nlovln' '
1, Roy Sturdavant, Mrs. L C. Shave, ; asure
A. E. Cosgrove, Don Brown, Ham note( Open I competition helped I make 1 them t that { ,
Directory Furnished i By These Merchants and Business Men \vay., t 'nYTOTAL. -1 A.>Qlstt A! CP.
Hamilton, Jack Wilson, Steve '
I I Spence, Arthur Renshaw and Mrs. I They oiler i you substantially more car 1 than anything at, CN.\,1GE1

George'sMdiine FLORIDA'S ,' Suburban i Cecil Loptien. their price. You don't have to take our woid for it."rc're FOrokA \ )


FIRST Propane Gas Co. Larson Is Low Pro A\Tilling! to rest our'case on our cars. r kou.r idaac.Y ud.Tlu dutda

Shop GOLF COURSE I In Pro-Am Event

.-. 2 N. FRONT ST. SERVING ALL At Park
Hyde
... EXCELLENT YOUR NEEDS IN

I Machine Work 18-HOLE LP GAS AND: I In last Friday's pro-amateur Ly' 0 .(. 4 / ,N t,,
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I Welding, Brazing LINKS GAS APPLIANCES i golf tourney at Hyde Park Country j < t., r
Marino Repairs 7 South 7th St. i| Club In Jacksonville, Bob Larson -
won honors for the lowest S'i
Phone 261.3661
Service To by Larson, assistantto ""
Special! score a pro. ;sac ***
Shrimp Trawlers Ti I IDcSt Head Pro Ed Mattson at the I

All Work Guaranteed T. H. KING I Fernandina Beach Golf Course, ;. -
I had a hvo-under par 70. I 1961FAIBLANE
Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. PHOTO SHOP This weekend Larson will be in i '!
Monday Thru Saturday JETTIES West Palm Beach to compete in a:i ian
Phone Day ..61.3T11'i Add 30 Minatei Fer Roll Processing invitational event there. .

h 6ht 2615333BE Fernandina Harbor Developing & Printing I' f %
Kodak Film JAYCEE BIKE! RODEO s
1964 w' .J
HIGH LOW Photo SuppliesMovieColored FALCON ;
Does your youngster ride his
WISE.I Friday, Sept. 27 Weddings& Regular I bicycle at night? If he does make : tIItW ,

2:18 am 8:53: a.m. i sure he can be seen by motorists. I y. }
"Porcelaiiiize" 3:07: p.m.: 9:51;: p.m.Saturday : Portraits by Appointment Only : The Fernandina Beach Junior''
Studios At 504 Ash St. j Chamber of Commerce will mark : .,
S ept. 28 I i your youngster's bike with reflective ,i -- _
LASTS 3 0 R"TIMES ....1)3 ." Phone 261.4586 : tape at the Bicycle Rodeo to r
:
LONGER TIL't: a.m. beheld October 5th at the Recreation HMSUPHTCfiQUEfORO

ORDINARY WAX JOB p.m. :- p.m. Your Ad Here Center. Inspection starts at ,, '

Sunday, Sept. 29 8.00: a.m. It's all free. :Make sure
I ,. ,
bike rider attends.I ; w
LASSERRE MOTOR 4:27: a.m. 10:53: a.m. Will your young
Be Seen
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CO. 5:08: p.m. 11:39: p.m. SPORTS HEADLINES

S. 8th St. Ph. 261-3819 Monday, Sept. 30 By Over :i The tigers nip '

5:23: a.m. 11:48 a.m. i i While The Gators Growl .
p'
6:00: p.m. i Wildcats rip .
7,500'ReadersPorter "And Badgers howL '
i ?;
," Going Fishing? Tuesday, Oct. 1 lID ;; ,,.. ,

6:17 a.m. 12:'G a.m. Rabbits romp : ,, ,.
& Lovequist And Braves battle.
Visit U, For 6:50 p.m. 12:39: p.m. ,
General Contractors i Mustangs stomp r
Complete Line Of Wednesday, Oct. 2 As Rattlers rattle. : .
SPECIALTIES I : x
Tackle k ;;:
Fishing
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7:07 a.m. 1:11 a.m. WOODWORKING I -
Rods t Reels : PLASTIC SURFACING Tide surges .
7:37: p.m. 1::29 p.m.Thursday :
Outdoor Camping CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS !I Steelers pound.
EquipmentFIRESTONE KITCHEN AND BATHREMODELING I Tribe splurges
Oct. 3 1964
SUPER
I I Fliers downed. TORQUE FORD 1964 FAIRLANEUnique : 1964 FALCON
7:54 1:57 Strongest smoothest, steadiest car in its combination
: a.m. a.m. i of Gmil Y.size All new except the that made
I 8:23: p.m. 2:18 p.m. Complete Showroom :I Bears slap. field-by hundreds of pounds. ..More room, sports ar feel and modest price Falcon! fam4 ius...Falcon economy Six still hold

1 BEACH I SUPPLY For Color Coordination i 1! Huskies rap. steel! in frame and suspensions .,.Optional 289-
112 Atlantic Are 261-448 Geodetic Tldei CourouGuit Survey Phone 261-3068 :Now I'd like Unique suspension lets wheels moebackward it was adapted for famous Cobra sports Sixes or Eights PUhest ride era
, To take a nap.WelI as well as up and down to flat car ... Fhe engine choices six tnnsbuilt into a compact car. H model-

i I ten bumps..Distinctive rooflines.LASSERRE. mission choices, eight deferent models. plus 3 extra-duty! wa- ons.
never know
The scores or names I
FUN IN THE SUN Of the teams I

That played the games.
;1 h/ AT FERNANDINA BEACH Herbert Luke I II MOTOR COMPANYSouth

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..,. FISHING BOATING SWIMMING i In Florida, pine seedlings maybe i
successfully planted during : 8th Street Your Ford Dealer Since
i '" ; 1910 Phone 261 '3S19
GOLFING AND JUST PLAIN LIB Lti the latter half of November and 1

1,on through the winter months, I

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Page :Eight! 1'r Leader_ Femandina_BeachFlorida: Thursday September .. :- t I I


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: E, The; Rec :Center '.Great Lakes, A a I I to Medium Jonathan tart.l juicy I SAYF ar

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.y i! GREAT LAKES ILL. ( ) dr' a rti. ;

."14n.! BY SANDY: DcSANDRO i -,Robert L. Edens, 18, s

THURSDAY, SEPT. 26th. r Jaycees in the Conference I and Mrs. Clarence J. )};: : ;' E E'a
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4jk" Room at 8:00 p.m. 'I xkrgonsr nine' weeks .
't t N
PrMfcittet Class in the Auditorium : Adults and Teens Ceramics ',:! ing at the Naval Training !: t

ait 10:00 a.m., Julanne Owens, I.Class in the Ceramics Room at I Great Lakes, 111. 1, }

Instr.; '" 8:00: p.tn., Hank Sides, Inst. I',I The training includes
Advfc&wa Ballet and Toe Classin cricntation, history, and s' ,
I
Men and Boys' Health Club in a
the"vUiditoriam at 4:30 p.m., I the Health Club Room, day and I Ieveninz. ization i ; basic military ; t ,,
Julamre1-! Owens InstAdvanced h' and shipboard ; r 1
I II I man p :
Ballet and Toe Classin I 'Atlantic Avenue Playgroinu i,I[Ordnance gunnery and 5 ti hv ?' .
the .Auditorium at 4:30 ;
p.m. control sentry duty and .
f supervised play, 3:30-5:30 ;
pjn. | ; 4
Julaaaa thvens,. Instr I'Dan Xanney Inst. Ii drill); physical fitness; s r' ,'tr. ts F 0 5'
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Adult Ceramics in the Ceramic tint aid and survival f j .,... ,, .' D gTOR
Roots at.J:30 p.m:, Hank Sides, 'IT ESD.\y, OCTOBER 1st During their training D L4. '; .
Jnatj* i I I craits remve tests and w
Setior Citizens Club in the Conference I Ceramics Class (ages 10 acd
I,wbich determine their *
Se&Srxr
Qucntity Rights Reserved"- Prices Good Thru 28th ,
Room at 7:00 p.m 11)) in the Ceramics Room at 5.3u: signments) in the Navy. ,
PJI., Hugh Sides, Inst. WINN DIXIE STORES.. INC. COPYRIGHT, I/p
11 In and Boys' Health Club in ;, completion of tra'ning ..
the Jleaftn! Club Room, day and : Tap Dance Class in the Auditorium assigned to service "
at 3:30 PM, Julanne
eveniig.Cub: Scout Pack No. 171 meetsin Owens Inst.Intermediate. I technical instruction for or to _, '>..,.,zi ,
j shore stations : ,
the Game Room at 7:15 p.m. Ballet Class in ing in a Navy rating i i t CHU' C :K

Atlantic( Avenue Playground, I the Auditorium at 4:30 p.m., Jal- Naval training l s+! ',- '

supervised play, 3:30-5:30: : p.m., anne Owens,. Inst.AIVO power in seapower by s f

Dons: Nanney! Inst. Club Meeting in the qualified personnel to t
Auditorium at 7:30 P.m. ships, aircraft and shore to ;,. ; f
FRIDAY, SEPT. 27th.'- Men and Boys' Health Club in i e ; .
of today's Navy. I 1
the Health Club Room day and
S b-Teen Club in the Game ROAST
evening.
I
Room at 7:15 -..m. .r ; 1r5
I
: Tri Hi Y Club Meeting in the s
in the Auditorium at 4:
Men and Boys' Health Club in > ,
I Game Room at 7:30 p.m. ; }
Julanne Owens, Inst. '
the Health Club Room andtvenir.g. rw.
day Barbershoppers in the Confci- I .
Adult Ceramics Class ,. _
( ence Room at 8:00 P.I.I zt
!
Ceramics at
Atknti( Avenue tPlayuround, Room :
supervise play, 3:30-5:30: ; ; p.m., I Atlantic Avenue Playground, Hank Sides, Instr.Scoutmaster's t ..
I supervised play, 3:30-5:30: : p.m., .,
Don Nariaey, I nst, "" < ? ; "t s { ', +E P. ,4
., : Don Nanney, Inst. Conference Room at 7:30 ; y .. ..
.
SATURDAY '2EIT. 'Igth. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2nd. Men and Boys' Health r +p > .r' y .5 4 < .
the Health Club, Room,
Teen Club in the Game Room Ceramics Class ( 12 and I LB.
at 7:20 ,I ages evening- 1 .x !/ .p?: x f
p.m.Private 13)) in the Ceramics Room at 3.30 Atlantic Avenue 4. w :

Party in the Conference I i ip.m.I Hank Sides, Instr. supervised play, : : sue. i iw
Room a'nOQ pm. I I I Adult Ceramics Class in the I Don Nanney, Inst. cJ
Men and Boys' Health Chb in :I'Ceramics: Room at 7:30 p.m ,I
the Health Club Room, 'day and I Hank Sides Instr. BEACH LIFEGUARDSA ,
', I Only Aging brings you such p
evening I
Men and Boys' Health Club in I special announcement

SUNDAY SEPT. 29th. the Health Club Room, day and i this week by Charles T. I Ii BONELESS TENDERNESS and Meaty Goodness :'

i svening. I dro, Director of Recreation
Lutheran Church Meeting in I Atlantic 1 Avenue Playground, city that lifeguards will no ; What natural aging does for fine

the Conference Room at 11:00: a.m.. ;; supervised play, 3:30-5:30: : p.m., be on duty at the beach 4i $259 cheeses and fine wines, it also .

MONDAY, SEPT. 30th.. I Don Nanney, Inst. Everyone is urged to use i' does for the fine beef you get at S ele Cf ed :

I THURSDAY, SEPT. 26th. when swimming at the Winn-Dixie. It mellows and en
Teen Ballet and Toe Class uJ' this time of year. Do not :. hances the flavor of W-D beef for
COUNTRY LINK (Smoked or Fresh) \ ,
the Auditorium at 3:00 p.m., Jul I' .Pre-Ballet Class in the Auditorium children to play in the tenderneS$
j' and increases its tenderness, without ,,, ,,,, _
anne Owens, Inst. at 10:00 a.m., Julanne tended. Do not venture j) ?
destroying the fine beef
Beginners Ballet Class in the Owens, Instr. into the surf. Above all ; tex 1'
49 lure, making it soft and
Auditorium at 4:30 'l>.m., Julanne ; AdvancedBallet and.Toe Classin swim alone. I or spongy, c ose '
Owens, Instr, the Auditorium at 3:30: J>.m., The Department of ,I cs artificial tenderizers will some trimmed .
w
times
Island Squares Club 'in the Jnlanne Owens, Instr. reports that, during the i ti. do. : ,
Game Room at 7:30: pan. Advanced Ballet and Toe Claaa I II the beach l ;K for .
I met season, ,.
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'!made thirty-one rescues ] : ._ = ,- ,. -, ':'dr.:::','' >' .- ':,t', ,.e value .
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sists to bathers in trouble ; -

nY swimming or rafting. l ,, _

,- guard gave first aid Jp, >
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., :' .' victims of miscellaneous gilldRm 1 1 ,
t a
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I pti'YEiGIQ ? 1 N. i f >Yr
I $&) + I fI .
1 PLAYSCHOOL I ,,,,.. 1 n p 50 Extra *tf irw
? I Green i
r ._ Stamps
4 r ;:.;Mi.r' \s 4 I ., ,
; The City Recreatiorj' J' 1 + WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF

\' . ment is again conducting' j --J I : 'ONE FROZEN
school as part of the'f ( 1 s'X
1 Fox Delux Pizza Pie
ter program. Ret Il1cJ'edibly now being accepted if{ ,,A E L.r,..,,.pr.+++KWIi":Mi ry""'r; .i 1 GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER 28TH

i. 4 ; Ji ft"Center office. for o "' .
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-- I girls three,'four, and five L'T s? unnEN1A r .n 1 63 11
+ ; '.-' age: Playschool will meet j 51
dumble
/ a ,n I. days' and Thursdavs be Elgin! Y ell, !Iow Solids i ,1 I All I Flavors Superbrand
October Sth from 90'
I { > ., d t d
t in the Game ': ; ,
11:30
a.m .
? 1 .
So :; ;; .1.
4t ..easy'us'e' I Ithe-Atlantic Avenue'. # ec't 1 50 Exira x. tf Green Stamps n
1 I
ft Center'' with Carolyn \\1zc I Ice CR'EAM:
; WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
J 1 i
j \ to I as the adult leader. For I I s
I .l information and fee, call i 1 ONE FROZEN SOUTHERN

',- reation Center office, -ph 1 Coconut Cake

1 I 5 6t. I I II IRTHUrrET 1 1 COOO THRU SEPTEMBER 28THAT
2 with -
I ,\ THEATRE I I HALF ANY WINN-DIXIE
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i order 1 64 (

As part of the (qrt at ,11 1 1 G Al. ?;;;;
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,. t;,. and winter program) the'
.-' Recreation Department is price 't 1 't
1 I an Arts Puppet Theatre / .:,.,..,,, t e I. I 1 r ,

r and girls from the first 1 ., 50 Extra w ,".Green Stamps y

eighth.grades. This _. ..: __ _____ .. WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF

1 tif; .. -+ ... (take the nlace Recreation in the-Center Game } J t! ( EACH VAN CAMP Limit 3 please." FOUR CANS USHT MEAT -
i iI Blue Bay Tuna
.- I and Wednesdays from 3:30, f j jj .
beginning October 7th. j jI w. GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER JOT <
k
I j p.m. & B 9.

\",'tii i I I I classes being ,few anyone openings interested I left in I II eans 300 CAN 65 fwWiMfifffiMfmwtffm AT ANY W1NN-DIXIE d :. '

I activity is urged to : STAMV6 1yw
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t.fT r.' / I contact the instructor, !! d R ADS .J'K'FRESHELG R I ; .
IDAV ;
t l r, ton, phone 2614950. ;<;y'x -
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... ',' V G0.EESTAMV ra 'Green Stamps

WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
= ; ,- ,
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NewUuPlt; : axe ao-oE,1AA DEEP SOUTH
i / s sa .
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+ Peanut Butter
$
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I It ,6 S 2 DOZ. (SUMIb.0.EE.A GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER 2ITH

: 4 wf WYE '66 AT ANY WINN-DIXIE

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LUCITE A Your Service Loral or Your Medical Doctor Society of I GREET.ITA1Vf '

House Paint IJ I Iwlltcb Honda MCUCoilS6o .1tion. r
wt w.E .. + r r E ( 1
PLACEEOS: THEN % rI l/r r r.r! e 1 r r d / ww
HOUSE s 50 Extra rCreen Stamps)
PAINI now ra re P lam s 59 Extra #;/: Git en Stamps GREED WITH THIS COUPON/ AND PURCHASE OF '.

Placebos hate little COUPON AND PURCHASE OF WITH THIS COUPON AND,PURCHASE OF stAww ONE too-tT. BOTTLE
1
FORMS A 'TOUGH SHIELD "Lucite"HousePatntlea>ies I armamentarium.tance in the modem. The W ) Two PKGS. FROZEN. 'FIVE CANE FROZEN wE u ,,Bayer Aspirin '

a tough, datable plastic shield that is more resistant to placebo is from the Latin s Coffee Rich! Hawaiian Punch GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER 2ITU

cracking chalking, dirt or lading than old fashioned oil- I will please." It is I THRU SEPTEMBER 2STM ,GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER 2ITH GtEESTAMW
base paints! medicine given to please AT ANY WINN.DIXIE ,
I patient ANY WINN-DIXIE AT ANY WINN.D lXIE 7te y d hI

EASIER'TO USEFlows on effortlessly without crush Ftfjents always want a ..... J...
drag. Dries so'last you csn apply l second coat, if desired,in II ment that produces quick } I INr .. '- .
one hour. sults. Doctors have : ) f" ..thr \
known enough about drugs ( "" ..J
'
BEAUTIFUL FINISH+ .ucite" House Paint leaves a rich, drastic action to meet the r:,. p' .5.. ,, is

:flat 1in \\ithout'the temporary shine of oil basC paints. I minds of the patient :..,::.T V ": #" /,. :\Y: 4.r. U .. I I.
have prescribed concoctions 'r ,
I7BII
FOR ALLWNDS t I
OF SURFACES Apply 1 1 to wood"T brick, produce obuous effects such mill( "1 ;. 'i' \
masonry, cinder or cement bloc). Needs no primer, if old vomiting sweating or ptrg; ,
paint is.in good shape. Goes on over damp surfaces, too. Phlebotomy, or f r .if VACUUM PACKED "
No delay: from dew or showers. has been a popular BLUE or WHITE:! ARROW .
for centuries, much of ,
NO SPECIAL SOLVENTS Wash" brushes, hands with I letting being in the nature Astor Coflee

soap and water. Wipe spots with a damp ijX>nge. placebo! Detergent :
!
Today, doctors of m : ; \ \
i rarely resort to use of ,
i NmY.DuP.ont.I I CIIE I HmJJ l : placebo. They may offer' r'
ii !: I ugarmll to satisfy a I
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12 lovely colors and intermixes temporarily while they T BOX I 1L j r
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checking
diagnostic
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For exterior 1rlmTousfhi,:lade,resistant- dures. But physicians Hoar VE 11 < f SAVE.1O'. 'f: j
t definite knowledge of IC : I.v.
DU PONT :TRIMAND SHUTTER ,ENAMEL l i I truth regarding physiol It,

psychology bacteriology, IMt .
munology, chemistry 3 'MAXWELL'HOUSE Soye lOs' r" ,
! j sanitation dietetics and so DETERGENT .. Save 2UGIANT .

. : NASSAU BUILDING & SUPPLY-(0. I The modern doctor is : : 'i: 1-lB. '. 59" '
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to People speak apprehensive frankly to his about 58 Ii XWELl'I .fee.( CAN I" : .

health are likely to rash to f I'T t 0 food4 Limit 1 with $5.00or. :4.-
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1129 'South Sth Street more "
Phone 2613018Ir :
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News-Leader, Fernandina Beach,Florida Thursday: September 2G, 1963 .Page NinEr'I I

From I 1
Newest model makes its boicChevrolet's Reports Washington *
mated that the care of patientswill not entirely, through vocationaland BICYCLE SAFETY : M t\\\

Chevelle Malibu SS Coupe By Rep. D. R. (Billy) Matthews I be considerably curtailed technical schools. The cost Motorists! Be alert for youngsters II
both in regard to time of treat- of each trainee: averages around after dark as well as be- j
PROFITABLE LABOR DAY ; ment and cost. In addition to $1,000, with roughly 60 percent fore. They may not realize that t
q : WEEK SPENT IN DISTRICTThe grants for community mental going to the trainee as an allow.. you can't see them as well as they

{ week-long Congressionalrecess health centers, funds are pro- ance for his support during the can see your automobile head-
beginning with Labor Day vided for activities! in the field 1 period of training, and 40 per. lights at night The Junior Chamber

t A\\ afforded me a fine opportunityto of mental retardation, including cent toward the cost of the pro- of Commerce \\ill.make thing i "f ,
& :& &
\ spend a few days in and the construction of research centers -I gram. I easier for you after October 5th.
::# S t around our 8th District, holding and grants to facilities caring [ RESEARCH PROGRAM INVESTIGATION I The Jaycees are going to mark'as "

:4 e A to 3l A. d + r't office conferences and participat- y for the mentally retarded. 11 i i many bicycles; as possible with .
L r i ; t t. I ing in a number of events. In ad"dition supported this measure. The By a unanimous vote of 336 reflective tape that shines bright

f t t I" to engagements; previously: House authorization consid Teas the House passed a Reso-I: ly in your headlights. Meanwhile
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,! announced, I had the pleasure of 1 erably below the Senate figure I lution to create a select Committee :: and always be extra cautious
A lr
I( addressing Kiwanis Clubs in and the measure must now go to |j to investigate the $14 bilj j i i in your driving when bike riding:

Gainesville and Palatka, and also a House-Senate Conference Committee ton annual research: program youngsters are present. ,
of speaking before a student con- to iron out the difference. conducted by or sponsored by i
vocation at the Palatka High,' MANPOWER TRAINING ACT the departments and agencies of1!:
School. The annual Fish Fry at 1 C Z2c AMENDMENTS PASS SENATE the Federal Government Th
II
: Hawthorne, which is becom:j hope is to reduce duplication, ii >! Cooper'sCoinOperated Laundry

one of central Florida's most, The Senate has passed several! any, and to take a thorough look

a su %'ta talked of events, drew 6,000 vis-, amendments to the Manpower at all of these vast programs. .
itors this from outlying '
'year Development and Training Act VISITORS: Recent visitors to .
towns and counties. It was the 4 I 1 I I II have included Mr. S.
.. my office : and
recommended the Laundry Dry.
i ii most successful gathering of its f j jPresident, by I I David Cox, ofaldo; Major : .
4 yIRA; ;,+ kind that I have attended duringthe HOUSE to the Congress as a Miles Hammond, of Williston; Cleaning I

many years it has been fea- means of upgrading the labor Mr. James W. Norris, of Lake !
tured by the Hawthorne cohi-; The House by a vote of 335 to skills of minority groups. The :City; Mrs. Gaines Davis, Aubrey Mrs. Doris Howard,
munity. A heavy ran! and thun- 18 passed the Mental Retardation need for this legislation arises i: Davis, Jr., and Mrs. Geraldine I II Manager
derstorm cut short my remark, I Facilities and Community from the fact that there are now !I E. Kaler of St. Augustine; Mrs. ,.
Newest member of the growing Chevrolet fine car feel of a full-size luxury car. The 13 million workers in labor I
i but I had a wonderful opportunity our I E. Bell of East Palatka 14th & Beech Streets
passenger car family is the Chevelle. Although Chevelle Malibu SS Sport Coupe (shown above) Mental Centers Construction Act i I Amy ;
friends who neither read
with old force
to chat can nor i iI
many I and Mrs. Myrtle M. Barfield, ,
16 inches shorter and 2.4 inches narrower than is one of 11 Chevelle models which will be incomparable I of 1963. The Senate had previously I
and constituents during the Fish write. Eight hundred thousand I I iMrs. W. Anderson, Mary :
Chevrolet models, the Chen lie offers dealerships beginning September 26. The Chetelle I I Chris ,
virtually all the interior roominess and smooth is offered in the Malibu, Malibu SS and 300 Series. Fry and to extend my greetings I passed the measure which is 'are unemployed, and perhaps as :' Ellen and Aimee, Mrs. E. P. i
to those attending before the I regarded as one of the major many as 25 percent of the unemployed -'I Home, Carl and Porter, Rev. j jI ,
downpour. My last official en- I programs sponsored by the Administration illiterates are l\egroes,1 Jack Henshaw, John Anderson,
I gagement was attendance at the : during this Con- Between January and June of this |I Douglas Charles Schmidt, and
I Container Corp. Lions Club sponsored Tobacco I gressional session. This legislation year a net increase of 400,000':,: Lamar Lee, all of Gainesville; use t e't
Ball in Lake City on Saturday calls for major changes in I j unemployed between 14 and 19 i Mr. and Mrs. James S. Stevens
A CAPITOL LETTERIJY evening. All in all, I had a most I I the nation's approach to mental entered the labor force and only I and Robert, cf Yulee; and Mi.
Declares Increased enjoyable and successful week in I I health care by creating smaller 100,000 of them were able to get J and Mrs. R. A. Crumpler and I
mental health centers in local jobs. The largest number of :
I of Fernandina Beach.
District, and was able to see family
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JERKY MOCK my communities in lieu of continu'ngthe : trainees under the present Act I
Quarterly Dividend I and talk with hundreds of friends.I' building and support of large- ,I j are being trained through the
TALLAHASSEE Florida 10 at-large votes as compared to MENTAL CARE AND RETARDATION I
size institutions for mental pa- local school boards and local edu- Trade At Home
may play a key role in the Re two in 19CO. Of course, Florida BILL I'ASSES
CHICAGO, Sept. 18 The tients so long in use. It is esti- cational systems, largely, but
National Convention in has voted in
publican I Republican every
Board of Directors of Container
San Francisco next year, and the presidential election since 1950, Corporation of America today declared -
Goldwater Republicans alreadyare and it has two Republican Con-
a quarterly dividend on the
rd work to line Ed Guerney of Orange
at
K trying up gressmen, common stock in the amount of r
votes.A County and Bill Cramer of Pinel-
twenty-five ($.25)) per share pay-
level Florida Goldwater
high las County.
i able on November 25, 1963 to zr ''
source who declines to be named National Committeeman Tony o s a ae
shareholders of record at the closeof
I
describes his version of the situation
Battaglia and National Committeewoman -
business November 5, 1963. In r x
Mrs. Frank Williams, its J is '
addition, a quarterly dividend was v. -
Top Republican meetings earl-I both of St. Petersburg, can ex- declared on the preferred stock in .
ier this ostensibly to chose strong opposition, which has as
year, : pect the amount of one dollar ($1.00))
a convention site, actually were been building up over the past per share payable November 29,
over potential candidates. II three years, at the polls of the 1963 to shareholders of record at

Tie consensus of these meetings second primary next year. the close of business November
*was that New York Governor I Neither has committted to a 20, 1963. 4, t c' r d

Nelson Rockefeller has no i candidate. Battaglia at one time Leo H. Schoenhofen, presidentand

chance to beat President Kennedyin I favored Rockefeller. Mrs. Williams chief executive officer, said : .fsi.. sN -
next year's election. Two weeks formerly was a strong Eisenhower this action increases the regular _
later Rockefeller announced his I supporter. Many Eisenhower sup quarterly dividend on the common -
impending remarriage. porters declined to back Gold. stock by two and one-half

Goldwater, it was determined,j water. cents a share, and restores the
did have a chance against Ken. State Chairman of the Republican twenty-five cent dividend rate in
nedy, with in-the-big electoral'I party Tom Brown of Tampa effect prior to June, 1961.
votes from the South and the !I is a strong Goldwater supporter. "When the quarterly common 3/IiYMYYIr

Midwest. The Arizona senator ,.i Some of his backers, however, are stock dividend was reduced from ; 1 ..'...... '<:':'. .., .,..... .rrl taYTON
would even carry such states as. what the Goldwater source called twenty-five cents to twenty centsin
GeoVgia and Arkansas. He would ::"Postoffiee Republicans." Thu I. 1961," Schoenhofen said, "our I

carry along with him Republican !I could lead to fireworks next yearwith volume, prices, and profits had :
governors and congressmen. This I i the Goldwater forces push declined, both here and overseas. =
concensus weakened both Michigan ing for some kind of assurance Current profits have improved "-
Governor Romney and Pennsylvania their man will pet strong back- from the 1961 levels; volume is : .
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Governor William I' ing from the delegation at the ahead of last year; and prices are .

1 Scranton as potential fopipromise convection, providing, of course, i norovine. The company's work- .
candidates, since a' compromise I the Florida Republicans approve I ing capital has increased, and i 1 -

"1 wajno longer in the offing. Rockefeller at the polls. I funds have been provided for the
went the argument, won't I The Goldwater people undoubtedly capital expenditure program contemplated -
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even be able to control all his con- '. will go all out to attempt to in 1961, and now being g
vention votes, and Romney recent. capture most or all of the state's carried out by the company." i X

ly narrowly avoided a clash with I 34 votes. A lively battle could y j < ., SI .. J4 .
the Michigan Goldwater forces. I I result.
Fifteen public defenders statewide '6$ Chmolet Impala Sport Sedan-one of 15 Jel-moblh
j lu.cury Chevrolet
Florida is a key in the Gold- ft # already are at work settingup
water campaign because alpha1bet TALLAHASSEE The state' their practice. To date they defend Chevrolet was luxurious before, but you too. Even the lowest priced Biscaynes have ride with Full Coil suspension. Flush-and-dry .

{ ally it is the first sizeable'I newly formed public defender system non-captal; felony cases. But should see it now. With smart new styling, new foam-cushioned seats front and rear and rocker panels, Delcotron generator, self- j r'

state after Californ'a, which will could grow into a giant within I subsequent Supreme Court decis-!: ; the '64 Chevrolet looks even longer (but are fully carpeted.) Of course, you expect adjusting brakes and other low-upkeep reaf f '
have strong Goldwater backing not too many years. ions could extend the scope of defenders isn't There's whole series this than luxury from Chevrolet. A tares If .
ledjby William Knowland, former The system was formed as a le- ] accused of lesser ). even a new more just you've ever wondered how luxurious .
to
Republican senator and minority. suIt of the recent U. S. Supreme crimes.paupers year-the Impala Super Sports-with front choice of 16 powerthams, for instance-a 6 Chevrolet could get-with all the extra-cost ,1 -

leader Court decision in the Gideon case, The scope of what could com bucket seats as standard equipment. (The and six V8's up to 425 hp (optional at extra options there are to choose from-that seems j ,

Florida next year will have 34 ruling paupers must be furnished next was described recently in a new Impalas and Bel Airs are more luxurious, cost). And quieter transmissions. Jet-smooth to be entirely up to you. .j''
votes-- the most it has had. It has' attorneys in felony cases. booklet compiled by Jerry Mage
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of Atty. Gen. Richard Ervin's 01- fq
fice, along with attorneys general -
of New York and Rhode Island. P.Rr
w An interpretation by the Supreme -

Court that the Gideon case
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Now would extend the misdemeanors, 1 f
.. 0FASTER according to the booklet, would Ls
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1t1 "tremendous burden on
impose a
''Ys
the members of the bar who might!

: SERVICE AND be called on to defend such char- w,.

*> I ges." Those charged would be encouraged i ;;1'
to plead not guilty and

j extend court time.It ra
REASONABLE PRICES
I would not be a "radical de- .-

parture," said the booklet, to ex-
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f state would have to appoint attorneys orr
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well as indigent defendants.The -
: fJJenuli/itlly &J'9)lled booklet went even further: .b A- .....,.. -.
"" it is not inccnveivable in ? -
view of this trend for the court tt'< -

;: fyleddina tfnmtationb:; require the appointment of ccun- 4 k!
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sel regardless of the financial 'Y .._...a.
I ab'lity of the parties concerned. .it...
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who
Those --
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... I solid ground than those who advocated s # x : { ..

the automatic appointment .' L
j'lnnoiincemenh of counsel in noncapital cases." -q ; -

... '*.* A more immediate problem is
the 2,000 or so being processed .

All Styles And Types Of EngravingWE I through the courts applying, under 1 S 4 j a tN Y ...
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",.. I the Gideon ruling becaus eI ..,..
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did
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ALSO... HANDLE A FINE LINE OF their cases? : : .. ;

:; The U. S. Supreme Court has News CheteUe JMJu.Super Sport Coupe-one oil! models: m tutee great eertej..
2 ENGRAVED I ruled those under appeal must ,

: LETTERHEADS i BUSINESS CARDSENVELOPES f have counsel. But it kept silent You've never seen anything like this totally new four wheels. And not so surprisingly for Chevrolet,. THERE'S 5 IN ...

.. r. on whether the state must furnish line of cars before. Chevelle: is new in everything but the new Chevelle offers a choice of engines ranging :..:

;. SOCIAL STATIONERY I attorneys to those seeking court Chevrolet quality. Chevelle is a good foot shorter from an economical 120-hp 6 to a 220-hp V8
.. relief under the Gideon case. A I than the it Yet the interior Choose the Chevelle UK
big cars, so parks easily. (optional at extra cost.) you

... must further be ruling given that legal those aid persons could I,dimensions of its Body by Fisher provide a generous like best from the three series-the Malibu Super D. & ..

See Samples At throw a substantial extra burden :amount of head, leg and shoulder room. (Chevelle's'trunk Sport, the Malibu and the 300 Series, eleven models \ '
en the new public defenders who !' is big and roomy, too.) The ride is sur1n all-at your Chevrolet dealer (Like this good- 11:

..... have been in office only a little 'prisingly smooth with a rugged coil spring at all looking Malibu Super Sport, maybe?) -
more than a month.
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The Judicial Council will be *

I f Jtman inaltabNeulS n Cr I the closely public watching defender developments system. The cf CHEVROLET CHEVELLE CHEVY I CORVAIR! and. CORVETTE- *.:

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04 quarterly reports to their circuit
judges as well as the state attor- '

": Represent One of the Largest and Best ney that general organization From hopes these to reports begin, Woodward Motor Companykaut


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The state has 18. The 3aisacnufetts to the hardware store and 17 million people! over 65 who are
page,en. Newleaderi .EeraandlnaBeach. Florida Thursday, September .26, 1063 'I' spouse I worth billions of dollars every
Dept. of Public Health iii' buy a set of bathtub treads. They I I ,
business
financing such service around i, rang in pritt"; from $1.98 to. $2.98, t year to this country's to the
Upr Newton Highlands. I mention : have an adhesive back that stick YduhgIousewive3. : i gp

Quite a variety! these as 'a clue to you ca where tojo like, iron, come in white, gray and store 'a ctmpfe of times a wetk.,

Chevrolet offers 43, models for "'64 x t in ypur hometown. The National black, 8 to 10 strips, to a set. bul we go \coupC of times something a da/
forget
Sometimes we
Committee off Homemaker' Stkkum downin! rows or a sunburst -
I I Service collaborated! with the American desijm This sires JOB or we just meander over to see
HomeEeonomies' Association something. creative, to do with friends. Even then, we end up

on a leaflet. By the time yea : your other arm right away! buying something spending
read this, I should have one for Whit does jour roommate say money. We'rd'a bigger market
,'(D. Just ask me for it! Send > about bathroom grab-bars? than the teenagers, but they make

your letter to Helen Alpert im! the most noise. We should shout
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care of this newspaper; or to the I II SENIOR-SIZB GRIPES to demand attention and po'

I I i National Senior: -cf.nterhigh.'! I'm writing in the hope that ness at least! Well, thanks mind.I .for.

: ... Acres, Florida. Homemaker services i and saleslady letting me get this off my ,
every darn soda-jerk -
e! UNION TALK age 55, to be trained then assigned should be in every city! sure hop you print it.
in the country will under New Carlisle, Ohio,.
I'm to a home situation ,,'herthey're I Everybody gains! Furious
i $ a union man, retired. s- stand that when they're wa:tin,*'
.
I .
ss ( needed. They get paid 1 "
terday a friend and I were a 'I
... jag about which union does the !'$1.25 an hour and carfare. Sometimes I ME AND MY BATHTUB! on us older guys and gals, we k- Florida's forest industry k

4hk a most for retirement. Which is the :; more. This pay is darn I feel like a fool I just joined j serve politeness. I go shoppingwith predicted to reach one billion
.. who's 72 Ike 1
a girl-friend
sweet not only for income supplement
that's been I the 2 million dollars annually.
... v c lone written up so who get injured i '.
.. but for time usefully occupied me. She has arthritis. When they ___ i." ---
much? -1 1I ,
.. '' Great purpose of the homemaker '! every year in their own home. I throw coins on the counter u .
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p Machinist: Latta, S'. ty I service is to keep peopie I slipped in the bathtub and broke'making change, why should she .1

... i Maybe you're referring to Di&trict [comfortable and happy in their I my arm Down the street a chap !fumble I and scratch around like a ASKINS t ii;i
65 of the Retail, Wholesaleand ,familiar home surroundings. In of 26 did the same thing, so it's I II .I fool hen trying to pick up the i
-. Department Store Union 1 I not age, it's stupidity. I'm 74. My : nickels and dames? Furthermore, S i
} I AJL-CIO: in New York? Seven ,Rochester- N. Y. Homemaker Ser I wife says we should get one of I when we ask questions about medicines LAURMOMAT'

-.. years ago the union started annual vice for children provides a moth : those new non-skid bathtubs right! cosmetics, why can't people
N Senior 65ers' Awards for er-substitute. It is directed by the I'away. I don't want to spend so'be patient? When we pont: t. Coin OperatedDry
.. ; outstanding service to 6e aged. Rochester Society for Preventicu'of '' much money I claim that a nonskid -: something on the shelf, why can'rthey
( This year the union started cltss.j Cruelty to Children. In Reading rubber mat is just as good. reach for it? We can't read i Cleaning!!

t es to prepare for retirement. Stui i Pat the Council for Soe al i She claims they slip around and I print so far away. Also I resent Music While You Wait
.. dents don't get docked for time Agencies of Berks County estab- : that's all I need for the other these whipper-snappers calling us
.,.. off. Professionals are from Cornell Wished! Homemaker Service. In'' arm. What answer have you get "Mom" and "Pop". We have a Mrs Kathryn AbeleAttendant

.( University's School of Indus- Trenton, N. J. a Visiting Homemaker i!' for my stubborn wife? I name and come in often enoughfor
trial and Labor Relations. Service is available throughthe Jackson, Yazoo City, Miss. them to know it. My husband, 515] South Eighth Street
'" Family Service Association. Take stubborn and I 3 out of -
I But most unions are mighty jour delightfully my girl-fiiend are
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I "retiree" minded Take the Steelworkers i I : YOi
.. or United Auto Workers i
i and their strong Committees on "

-. I Retired Workers. Or the 6 small :
%xr ,r rdM unions: that merged dough and i

$4 W M "q determination and oceanfront t"OOD THING WE SAW THESE
a e Mr. "4 namY"3 pr9oe .QG P yy" y got an
I retirement hotel. Next step' i!
a retiree apartment house for
I members. Another Union was one !

Nrr '. of the first groups to design a'':r

"-"" ...For 1964, the Chevrolet Motor Division will) Chevelle Malibu Door Sedan which has a wheelbase -:' If argument retirement, which village.union As does for most your, I BARGAINS ADVERTISED ll IN THE
I of 115 inches while the Chevrolet Impala
offer a total of 43 models in five separate passenger looks like: the old gag: yra pay :
? car lines. Each line is distinguishable by its Sport Sedan is built on a 119-inch wheelbase. I I: ..
.. own styling and wheelbase. Above, reading down: Not shown is the Corvette Sting Ray which your money and take your peak!
*. the IOS-inch wheelbase Con air Monza Coupe; sports a 88-inch wheelbase. Chevrolet dealershipswill I
110-inch wheelbase Chevy II Nova Door Sedan; have a representative showing of all models NOT GRANDPA-? I "
:* the newest car in the Chevrolet family-the when the new cars are introduced September 26. Please tell me more about the I;
NEWS-lEADER THIS WEEK!
National Federation of Grand : :

mother Clubs of America. A let |

I. ;64 On Here them.ter from I get a grandfather to read your mentioned column I\

Chevys Display Today once in a a Minn week.paper which arrives I


expect the broad diversity zontal grille bars. Side treatment I Mrs. L. F. D., Dubuque, Iowa I
in Chicagofor
Headquarters are
oattting i 1964 cars to win the cus ; is clean and a peak line which car 14I'
National Federation of
in.1963 votes needed to continue- ; ries throughout the car gives a I the
Grandmother Club of America, I
suwtss in traditional industry look of length. "
203 N. Wabash Ave. Or you can I ,
wulfist Fourteen inch wheels, self-ad- write straight to Mrs. Mile Shearer I !
history are the highlights of I just'ng: Safety-Master brakes anda Ii National President, El Rancho i
; members of Chevrolet's high capacity Delcotron generator Village, Bradenton. Fla. Make it
ships on ". are standard equipment Four She heads for Washingtonnext II
wDlTbe 43 :: I CHEVROLETS engines two ,six-cylinder and :"soon.month! I ..
i"c71
tinct sizes. new styling is evident-I two optional V8s are offered I

eJDhan Chevy"n'e: regular Chevrolet line, I I on 'all Chevelle models.! Four dif BEST NURSING HOMESIn I f '

1963 and : stressing the big car luxury I ferent transmissions are available.I the Burlington, Wise paper f ; ( : $
I
dfPfsiofl/ j has made it so popular. : CHEVY II In its third year i you mentioned a list of homes I II t I;
single )' 1 Sport series featuring I on the market, the Chevy II continues i where they care for the eldeily '

chided / seats and special interior its popular blend, of small !'[ How can I get this list? I'I'i 1\ iiS1\\

08E ,- '' appointments in both ; car handling, roominess, economy I'! Necessary.; '
CrrereHe. and sports coupe has ,! and good taste in ,a total of 6 I Write to Wisconsin State Board ;i j $ V Vv\ I 44I' br r
c"' t I for 1964, bringing the I models in two series" the Nova of Health, Division of Hospital \ \ ,

..& '! of regular Chevrolet. and the 100 series.A II and Related Services, State"Of : i
sheet I four series. V8 engine will be offered for fire Building, Madison. Why not I II

:t. r[E and !' overall dimension! I the first time as an extra-cost opI I'I write also to the Wisconsin Council :
: j tion all models. ...With the V8 i of Homes and Hospitals for : I
rftll Chevrolet' *' fve lines of are the same as in 1963, the reg- on ,
1TI tars have, styling and engineering ular Chevrolet has a longer, wider : \\hiehwll be Chevrolet's 283 the Aged 3523 A West North I '
improvements t which--I look created by new flowing sidelines cubic inch 195 horsepower mode, Ave, Milwaukee. This is a first-

tfflftied w:th the increase in mod. and a smooth, broader styling -I the customer may choose either class way to get first-class .
e&anj: options: allow the cus- I I of front and rear ends. standard three-speed, options! ''! formation! They list approved ,

tMl'eMobil' r a car to his particyTjr I CHEVELLE Chevrolet's new .1 four-speed or Powergjide transmissions. I'I'I I properly licensed homes! I've .in"I"
I heroes sloppy I
Requirements as never before automobile Ine, for 1964 embotl- I ;" nursing so
t :lies a distinctive styling and will Two six-c>Under engines at 120, tottered into the nearest bed
and 155 will be available I I i but NOT in those homes! :! A*
far buyers today like diver: be offered in 11 models in three horsepower
sity" Scmon E. Knudsen, Chevro. I series the top-of-the-line Mah-! I Ii in all Chevy .II. models. The them! In every state: go first to

l let"1 general! manager, declares I i, bu Super Sport, the Malibu and I :meal: four-cylinder 90 horsepower -1' your State Board of Health! j jI
1
.Zt')' like to be able to choose :, the 300. I I engine will continue to ba SOME MONEY \
II I MAKE
My problem is nothing new
stei;; styles! and performance stressed: in front end design which I sedans of the 100 series. It's that I
i or anybody. just : *j
characteristics" I'IIt' of dual headlights and hori- I CORVAIR Entering its fifth you
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use
must have a little more money to ?, "
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; year, the Lorvair will continue its live and eat decently. I'm up in The News-Leader Is-
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in the Chevrolet J
important place !'
years and can't work full-time,
{JEW TELEPHONE DIRECTORY CLOSES SOON lineup by appealing to a group of 1 Please any advice? !

buyers who like something sportier II Tight Pinch, Rocky Mount, N. C.I,
i and less conventional in a
I I Lately a reader wrote to tell me i
snail car. I! about a nationwide sales company I II
i A Monza Spyder series comprised offering needed household:
I t. of a top-of-the-line con. I He has done
I products. very \Veal
I vertble club is added : .
and coupe "
since 1939. Each person or man] > ; YOUR SHOPPING
: the total models
i I for 1964, bringing i and.wife team becomes an fade I
in four series the
1 i, to seven :, pendent sales personality on his'
Monza, 700 and
j i Monza Spyder
: own time and efforts. I became I
i : 500 series, plus two Greenbrier
intrigued because people like you, ;
;/ 1: Sports Wagons. for instance, can exert themselves
I CORVETTE America's ,only
i as much or as little as necessary. I Ii
t : sports car fresh from its most I i IIf you wish, I will send you his i iI
: successful year in 1963 continues ;
e I I name and address. have his per-
J' : e the famed design of its two mission. Write to me at National ; T ,, GUIDE !
the convertible
Sting Ray models, Senior Center, Lehigh Acres, i
)1 I and the sport coupe for 1964. Fla. And if you "join" stay in I "
broader to
appeals
Offering .
touch with me and let me heal I
:
'i : more k'nds of buyers, the 1964 ,
hew it works out! Maybe we'vegot
: Corvette combines the driving and i' i
for :
a part-time goldmine

j I .: sports handling car enjoyment with the of luxury a genuine and I everybody? In newspapers the news of better ard. '.-" :. '

I : -- convenience most fine car owners I LET'S SWING products and services is
want I We have an active Senior group. as important There's much significance in this

I : miCi2flgd@ l W@OOa programs Could you, by-laws give us? We've pointers bar1 on I i to today's modern family as that of for local advertisers. For only in the

: Us'&gS, itiMal Listings, Ads in Yelfow! PagesDon't movies, slides, skits, musical programs
,l 'IIIEY. I I current events or features concerning.newspaper; can people of all' age and
wait! Call Business Office to
our now I
Mrs. H., Franklinville, N. Y.
: change listings in the Telephone Directory. And 1f ftf..p& For your lively bunch: book reviews home and family, food and fashion, income groups find the information

., remember-additional Ijstings for members of dramatic lectures, covert'd ,
dish parties, contest dances hobbies and health. ', ',5- and inspiration so for good
Btu necessary
ter INNIY
: _: ypur family or firm may be included for little speakers on health, nutrition, me '

: extra cost. President Kenndy discussedthe II dicare, politics; door prizes, costume .t f; For newspapers ,are the medium i by citizenship and for the, enjoyment of
U. N. General Assembly parties. Forget bylaws.Keep AJ : '

.. Mr. Businessman -- Be sure you're represented meeting Ambassador-able last week Adlai with Stevensonand U. S. J' mailing rules you -simple. far, Ideas human.! .- our I'm I which most people shop. No other .. better way of life. .:;

in the Yellow Pages .- the best way to tell Dean Rusk. free "20 Money-Making Hobbies. ;
State
Sec. of ;
medium' supplies the variety and de- And because newspape *gain their
people how to find you.Smart Shoppers heed the The White House reported it I Have your pals try on a few, :

..I advice to "Let your fingers do the walking. was a staff-type to make meeting.details public.But declined Hazel. Send the money to needykids. 'I' tail of advertising by which one may friendship and regular readership,

-.; Read the ads. Learn the facts. Find it fast

.. OT Shop the Yellow.Pages way." Also Harlan attending Cleveland the, assistant meetingwere HOMEMAKERS FOR HIRE! compare prices and benefits and newspaper adyertisers are provided
Please correct me if I'm wrong,
tional secretary organizations of state for and interna Uewelyn but I heard of homemaker services choose the comforts and convenien the most productive'medium of com

i : Southern(A% Boll ambassador to help older women make
at
Thompson,
large and former U. E. envoy to some money. I can certainly use ces that make for a full living standmunicotion. with customers.. ., : f
.teorGy r >>vu extra money. Please tell me how
Soviet Union. ,
the
to apply for these jobs. ".
LET YOUR
FINGERS DO THE WALKING
.. When you consider who was Good Housekeeping, =
iHoSS at the meetingyou can easily Rossrille, Ga. .

.. *dfr ..gjYellow understand why we have been You're absolutely right, >but Fernandina' Beach News.leaderPHONES
the details those in atendance.
.. spared by you put it slightly backward

Homemaker services were initiate
Keep a close eye on the U. N. ed for households that reed help

r meeting and see how well the for the aged, handicapped, ill:.ailing
latest sell-out is covered by camouflage mothers, children. Here's the :' 261-3686 261-3687

, I worked out at the White story in a nutshell: recruits are ,'

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GENE LITTLER woods 1,2H, I : LUNCHROOM MENUS LONG-DISTANCE PHONE Of 80 pulpmills operating in

1 WANT AD RATES 3%, 4%, $50. Top Flite irons, ITUATION! Sept 30 Oct. 4 I Telephone conversations have I the southern states, nine are. located

3 thru 9, $60. For light swinger.: WANTED Monday: Ham w/ green been held ever a distance of 7,700 in Florida converting

4)5) per word .75 minimum Call Bill Childs, 26M718. tic _II I beans and potatoes, chopped lettuce nules using the U. S. Syncom II pulpwood into pulp, papef or

,Card of Thanks Reflations __ I, and tomato salad, cornbread Communications satellite ;I'I cellulose. .

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and Similar Notices YULEE WANTED Day's work ironing and butter, apple cobbler w/ -- --- d ----- -.L.- -

43.per, word -- $L4i minimum ATTENTION, Terminal Paper cleaning. Lucy Mae Delaney cheese wedge, pint milk. --

:Cal 261.3686 or 261.3687 Bag Co. employees. Beautifully I, phone 2614733. S26p I Copr.'LAP Servirt Tuesday Bar-b-cue pork on ,

landscaped home in Yulee with -- buttered bun, baked beans, cole

or place ad at office 3 bedrooms slaw fruit salad banana cake CAN YOU QUALIFY ? \
living room, dining REAL ESTATE I.:
511 Ash Strf1t room, kitehen. Washroom and HELP WANTED I pint milk. .
-
workroom in back yard. Entire I j' Wednesday: Spaghetti w/
lot 120x100 fenced in. $10,000. WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE to meat and tomato sauce, mixed We are looking for someone who is presently renting

FOR SALE Will trade for 2 or 3-bedroom I call gularly each month on ; iryr green salad, English peas, rolls who would prefer to own his own hoaie. If QuaJifi
'
-1 home in Fernandina Beach. established Studio Girl Cosine and butter, % apple, % pint milk. you can Assume Lower Monthly Payments like rent.

tics clients in and around Fer- Nothing Down and No closing costs. Qualifications
Thursday: Roast pork,
CIRCULATING .
HEATERS, priced nandina Beach, making necessary
FIVE POINTS
I are as follows:
$SO and $35. 16 North 4th, OVER 1600 SQUARE feet deliveries, etc/ three or 4 steamed rice wbrown gravy, .:
turnip greens, sweet potato souffle i
or inquire 211 Atlantic Ave. hours per day. Route will pay
bed.
masonry construction, 3 I, up to $5.00 per hour. Write \ celery sticks, rolls and butter, i 1. Be white adult. _

GAS RANGE, fully equipped with rooms, family room, living room STUDIO GIRL peanut butter cookies. !
and dining room. Two tile baths, COSMETICS, 1 2. Be employed. "J
five new burners, inducing I Dept. 75939, Glandale, Calif. Friday Fish sticks, tartar
deep well, 100 x 100 lot $12,600 3. Have acceptable credit. -
burner. K. SI. Forehand buttered
pven i -tr -r, SI&- sauce, parsley potatoes, j -

phone 261-3590. i FOREST? HILLS frozen green lima beans, rolls and J 4. Hate a desire to own your own.home. .

TWO WAITRESSES, 2 service butter, peach halves, k pint milk. I jr
SEVERAL TYPES of flavoringand BEAUTIFUL HOME on Highland station attendants. Lannon's
Beautiful Three Bedroom Home
and
on large, High
Drive 75 207 lot. Three bed-
5720.spices for sale. Phone S2Cc 261. rooms,, large x paneled den, liv- Truck Terminal, 225-5149. S2Cc --, Put idle acres to work. Plant Ij Dry lot on Paved Road. TO SEE, go West from Fec.

-_ ing room, dining room, kitchen, INSURANCE DEBIT Fernan- I '- I pines for profit.PUBLIC nandina on Highway AlA to left turn on Highway 1WT

THREE BEDROOM house, 3 central heat and air-condition- dina Beach. Salary plus com- fjJlIYBJffo I NOTICE and continue three miles to brown and white house on

Acres, barn, fruit trees. P. 0. Jnpr. Carpet 'and custom drapes. mssion: for man 2535. Car nec- RE.Z1 left. I

Box 50, Callahan, Fla. S26c $129.00 per month. Call Thos. D. Crisp collect I STATEMENT REQUIRED BY TilE I
essary. V ACT OF AUGUST: *. J
24, 191 AS
$ HIGHER THAN WE FIGURED
PETE INGRAM, Salesman 768-2285, Jacksonville after BUT AMENDED BY TilE ACTS OF CONTACT

DINETTE SET formica top I It L. L. Bohannon, Broker 6 p.m. 03c THEN ,WE'LL CUT OUT FISHING TRIPS MARCH 3, 1933. JULY 2, 1948. JUNE I ..

extension t table, 3 chairs.!! $15.00. 13 North 4th Phone 261-5269.1 ----- 11, 1960 (74 STAT. 208) AND OCTOBER ,R. H. Hancock 1543 Dr. Macon[ Tel
Engle Ga. SH
: GOLF HUNTING BOWLING I C1GARSI'PUBLIC 23. 1362, SECT. <4369< TITLE -
lfi i4tn, inquire zii Atlantic. 39. UNITED STATUS COURt iHOtt- I
_-:- I BRAND NEW 753 pound capacity MISCELLANEOUSSQUARE INC THE OWNERSHIP, Mi.VAl.EMENT. e'' j 6-5800, Macon, COLLECT for details upon inspection.

: LARGE, 4-pc. WICKER set, settee 1 chest type freezer. 1 year ---- -- Fernandina, AND Beach CIRCLLATIOV Nevis Leader OK )I, ---.h_ __ ___ ..1"1 UU .u.KI.S.a:

two chairs, ottoman. $40.00. guarantee. $278.00 Call 261. ,NOTICENOTICE published weekly at Fernandina Beach ----- ..
DANCE CLASSES for PUBLIC ,NOTICE Fla. for September 26. 1963. ,' '
Phone 261-4467 after 7:30 4491 Chucks T.V. ftc
p.nt.I beginners Monday, Sept. 30, i OF ELECTION IV THE CIRCUIT COURT LV AND 1. The names and address of the A HIm t ..'
I IV SPECIAL TAX FOR NASSAU COUNTY, }'LORD.IY \, publisher, editor managing editor and
i
ODD LOT chairs, $2 and $3. Drop CONCRETE BLOCK & BRICK 7:30 p.m. at Recreation Center.II SCHOOL DISTRICT NUMBER 1, CHANCERY business managers are: '

leaf kitchen table, $8.00. Shield I THREE BEDROOM homes on I Anyone interested invited to NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA No. 2696 Publisher Ray Cald'elI Fernandina
The 'I DivisionEDWARD Beach, Fla. I THE 1964 FORDSARE :
I attend. S26c following resolution calling an
Swap Shop, 16 N. 4th St. Inquire your: approved lot. NO MONEY I I election to be held in Special Tax II. TAX NESS, JR., Editor Ray Caldwell, Fernandina '

211 Atlantic Ave.AUTOMATJCWASHER. Down $59 per month. For School District No. 1, of Nassau Coun Plaintiff, Beach, Fla.Managing. ,
more information, without obligation LICENSED DAY NURSERY _I I ty. Florida was adopted at a regular vs. Editor Ray Caldwell r ere
& Dryer Good care, 612 Beech St. Phone meeting of The Board of Public Instruction BEN C. GRUNIG, et at, nandina Reach Fla. I HERE
|
Write QUALITY of Nassau County Florida Defendants. Business manager Ray Caldwell. .
Sale Free gifts to each pur. HOMES, Oceanway, P. 0. Box 2614396. tic held at its offices in the Nassau County NOTICE OF SALE Fernandina Beach, Fla. I .
Courthouse, Fernandina Reach, Notice is hereby given that 2. The owner is: ,
'
chaser I pursuant -
plus free factory written 68, Jacksonville 18, Fla. Ol7p LET ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS }Honda the 11th day of September I to a Final Decree of Foreclosure Perry Publications, Inc., 2731 South AND
guarantee on both parts and I A. D., 1963 entered in cause numbered 2696, Dixie Highway. West Palm Reach: I IFlL _
labor for 2 years. For the buy help with your drinking RESOLUTION NO. 61 in the Circuit Court of Nassau County i
I I FOR RENT problem. Write Box 338, IE: IT ENACTED BY THE BOARDOF Florida. I will sell the property The stock of Perry Publications, WE MUST CLEAR OUR USED
of lifetime call 'Jacksonville
a PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF NASSAU situated in Nassau Countyy }Florida Inc. is owned by John H. Perry, Jr.,
;389-3316, collect S2Cc City or Phone Jax. El G-7700. COUNTY rLORIDA that the described as: 239 Emerald Lane Palm Beach Fla
tie County Board shall) publish once each All that certain piece.or parcel cf 3. The known bondholders mort :
RESTRICTED HOMESrES far I I FOUR ROOM furnished apartment week for four successive weeks, no land situate, lying and being in gagees, ar'd other security holders CARS TO MAKE ROOM :
more than 45 days san less than 30 the William Gibson (;Grant Section owning or holding 1 percent or moreof .,
Sale in Westwood between private entrance. 421 N. HOME MADE POUND cakes, days prior to the date set for the biennial Thirty.seven ((37)). Township One total amount of bonds, mortgages. "

Fernandina Beach and Yule 3rd. tfc layer and birthday caVes, pies. election for Trustees of Special ((1) North. Range Twenty-five ((25)) or other securities are: (If ,there are '\ '
I Tax School District No. One, Nassau East. County of Nassau and State none, so state.) I '1960 FALCON2.OOR. 4
Call Irby Turner, phone 211. All kinds. Call Patricia Lodge.. County, Florida, to wit, November 5. of Honda, and further described Massachusetts Mutual Life; Insurance 95' .
5668, for information. 03p TWO BEDROOM furnished apartment 2/H( -5332. tfc 1S63 in a newspaper published in in Deed Book 16, page 97 of the Co. Springfield, Massachusetts. Straight Stick, Radio and ri ,
-..- Electric kitchen. Year Nassau County Florida, with genera public records of Nassau County, The average number, of copies of Heater ONLY ' circulation throughout the County and, Florida and more particularly described each issue of this publication sold or
ID Ft HALF-CABIN.BOAT round rent. 223 S. Fletcher. FLOOR SANDING and refinish- _
to wit. Fernandina News.Leader, the by metes and bounds as distributed through the mails or otherwise -
vS5 hp Chris-Craft inboard Phone 261-548D:) after 5 p.m. tfc irg. Floor tile Paul E. Hanson. following notice of election: follows: Commencing at the Northeast to paid subscribers during the 1959 FORD 4-DOOR :
fiberglass bottom with 25 TO ALL WHOM THESE PRESENTS corner of Lot One ((1)) cf a 12 months preceding the date shown
t. Phone 2614609. tie MAY COME: GREETINGS: : survey of a portion of Section Thir above was (This. information is re Custom 300 V8 Automatic
hrimp net. Will swap for auto- FOUR ROOM downstairs furnish YOU WILL PLEASE take notice ty-seven ((37): ). Township One tl) quired by the act ol June 11. 10 to I $89'j 5
"mobile or real estate of equal ed apartment. Phone 261-4645. that the biennial election for. Trustees: North, Range Twenty-five ((25)) '>e inc'u'led in all statements regardless Transmission, Radio and I
PUBLIC NOTICE ,
of ) 1 1 I
'of of frequency issue
special Tax School & Kook ,
District No. I East made by EuisCurtis_ Heater ONLY
value. Phone 261 5063 or 261. tic''! IV TIlE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTH :1\1 ?J .." .(."nun".........t.. &rln.aUII".,,", ..........A."... er on October 6. ixe, and recorded Ray Caldwell (
1 1G7. ftc j I 1nVCIAL CIRCUIT OF-'FWiiii..i, : I 1sa1ddlSttbundaries is coextensive with the in Plat Hook "0" page 44 of tne q.IIt>ff to and subTntyl before me -

SEVEN ROOM house on South : IV AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY.I i I of Nassau County. will beheld public records of Nassau County. this 25th day !.September. 1963. : e:
I IV CHANCERY the first Tuesday after the first Florida! ; thence South Eightythreef3) (SEAL) Mirv (! Sheffield: 1955 OLDSMOBILE $4' ,
).Uy A HOMESITE the Nassau
on 7th St. $44 month. Phone 261-I CASE NO. 2722BABIAB f' Monday in November. 1563. and en to ( ) degrees, Forty.five ((45) n-m- NMary PuhPi'tfe of Florida at ,
River Beautiful hfeh 1' 5846, S2Cc % MctOLLOUCH YOUNG wit November 5. A. D., 1963 between utes East a distance! of Eighteen Lir'e Mv Onniri'suMfi F'cpireOct. 2 Door Hardtcp ONLY & ;;PJ.
I the hours of 7:00 A.M.. and 7:00 P.M. I Hundred Ninety-three and Twelve 11. l and dry lots at.. Nassauville.t ," ..... ..' ,- -. vs. .. Plaiatiff. at. which time the school district Lax Hundredths ((1893.12) feet to a Co. -T- ___ _
t Others with waterfront privil.Cges. FURNISHED APARTMENT WALTER YOUNG levy is to be voted on as provided by point which is the point of 'bezin It 9.26PUBLIC 1958 CHEVROLET '

Small down payment. half block of Post Office. Priv- ,Defendant.I law.All ning; continue thence South Eight I
NOTICE OF SUIT nullified electors residing in three (83)) degrees Forty-five II
NOTICE 4.Door Del Air
Terms to suit Phone Francis ate entrance, electric kitchen. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Special Tax School District No. 1 of ((45) minutes East. One Thousand Hardtop,
N"pq"u Courty, Florida whose voting' Fifty.nine aril Eighty-eight Hundredths i matic Transmission '' Auto$71" 9S I
.Ellis, POpular 5-266U Jackson- 314 Alachua. Prone 2C1-5186 or WALTER YOUNG. I I\VrTATl6MtL FOR PROPOSILS ,
.
Residence unkittunY registration is in said district shall be ((1.05988)) feet to an iron; FOR (.RO TP INSURANCEThe
:vilJe.! [tee I II 2614341. tic i p''* h"fbv notified that a (tm. entitled to vote in this. election. run thence South Three (3) dee of' and Heater:
roard: Commissioners :
I -- plant for Divorce has been filed The matter to be voted on and to be frees irty-one ((11)) minutes West County -- ------- ----
12' FT. MAHOGANY plywood ONE FURNISHED one unfur- a"-mst you and you are required to determined are: Fifteen Hundred Forty.three ((1543) of Nassau County, Florida invite ,
proposals fr; the following insurance '
.
I serve a copy of your Answer or vrun ijan be he School Trustees feet to an iron; thence South Eighty FORD $ r
1953 Vi TON
"oat, 3 hp Johnson, Champ nished apartment, oceansiue. Pleading to the Complaint on the of Special Tax School DistrictI .mne ((891 degrees West to a dis- coverage for employees ,

\ tilt trailer. Like new. Call 2610050 Year round. 125 S. Fletcher, I Plaintiffs Attorney, THOMAS 0, HALL. I 1 of Nassau County. Florida for. tnce rf Fourteen HuffJred Forgone Group medical.Insurance and surgical covering benefits hospital for Pickup 'ONLY & lJ I
261-5186. (Ifc LIe 11 North Fourth Street. Fernandmi'' the enium? two years: the three persons ((1441)) feet to a point: run of
I or Phone 261-3138. the for Sixteen (16)) degrees all prnlr-yees Nassau County I
Beach. Florida. and file the original receiving highest vote thence North elected officials ,
I Answer or Pleading in the CIrcuit *oh'v' Tnite at s.i1 election shan East. Seventeen Hundred Forty- (excluding )
ONLY $6,300 buys a two bedroom I be declared School Trustee of said Fifteen Hundredths Fltr soy infornstiotf as to nmrbrand
and
W. I. McCRANIE has several bch. Court of Nassau County, Florida nor .. eight names cf employees contact D. ASSURE MOTOR CO.
home appraised at $7,. and cottages for before the 7th day of October. A D. I V'4r -". nrwtfert that not mere than ((1748.15)) ft to a oo-nt of begin- 0 Oxev: Clerk Hoard County Com-
apartments 1963. Herein fail not or Decree Pio one Trustee shall be elected for any ning, cortainins! Fortyslx'and
000. Low down payment. $CO winter rentals, by day, week, I Confesso will be entered against >oj ,*n'i residence district for which a Four Tenths (46 4) acres more f-Hirthouse missioners, ,in at Fernandina Room No. 10 1 leach tt County, Flor '"Your Ford Dealer Since 1910"DOtJ'T 1 I
jnonth for 12 years. month. Phone 261-4642. tfc. for the relief demanded in the Complaint County Hoard Member is provided by or less, EXCEPTING therefromthat
C I I law; portion thereof conveyed to ida.Sealed
I
t. $ The nature of said suit being for I fJeeondThe number of mills ofI F. P. Williams. Jr. and ODell proposals marked "Proposalfor ,
ROOM 2 BATH house fine PRIVATE ROOM with bath, 2 I divorce. I I district school tax to be levied and Williams, husbind and wife in Official furnishing Employees"Group; shall Insurance be suhcut for I ,r %_ tl 1. "
I hartd and official seal Collected for the next two Record Bode 3. 640. County ..
annually page .
Witness .
my -- -- ------ ------- -- -
( --
..neighborhood. Can be two a- block of Post Office. ,Private I as Clerk of the Circuit Court of Nassau -I(I years for support and maintenance of at public sale, to the highest and bestbidder ted to D. 0 Oxley Clerk .card C urf1ry ,

partments. $4,830:) $500 down entrancePhone 261-5186, 2G1- County. at 'ernandina Jeach.Florida. schools; the tax levy receiving the for cash. at the northeasterly Florida Commissioners not later than Nassau 7:30 O'Cock.County 'l
this 3rd of Septemoer majority of all votes for tax levies of the Nassau County CourthouseFernandina :
day floor
$50:; month for 12 <<
tfc
a years. 4341. ; P.M.. October 7th. 13, at which time
cast qualified UTida. between
AD 1t63.SEAL by electors or. in case Beach I f
TV it ( ) /S/ D. 0. OXLEY I I no one levy receives a majority. thatI 11:00 o'clock A.M. ar'i 2:00: o'clockP.M. :: I same will be considered.
fie Board the to re- :
right
$400 DOWN $65 a month burl VACATION APTS D o. Oxley levy for which. together with the vote ., on October 16. 13G3s reserves
all
I Clerk of Circuit Court of cast for higher levies, a majority of / / D. 0 OXLEY jed any or proposals. j LET WINTER
masonry, three bedroom home, OCEANFRONT APT. completely CIRCUIT Dated this 17th day of September,
Nassau County, Florida. I I the votes are cast shall become the CLERK OF THE .
D- week THOMAS I!. HallA't"nev leVY for the district; for the next 18C3.
priced below replacement, at $ I furnished Day, or monift. en- Court BO.\qn OP COUNTY COMMISSIONERS -, ....
** Inr Plaintiff mirg two years. (Seal :
I 775. 581 S. Fletcher Ave. 261-587S.t 111 I I North Fourth Street I I NOW. THFREFORE. NOTICE IS JOHN E. ROOUEMORE -'IIi
I ticDO'NST4PkRTMENT iernonuina each. Florida hEREBY (iVEN that under anJ by Attorney for Plaintiff BY N\SS\U Jim Thomas COUNTY FLORIDA. I
I ONLY DOWN $350 4$63.50 a Chairman '
arCH ,
foregoing reflation; n election f/jcksonvjUe J. Florida YouCOLD
month Buys smalf tree/.bed- : ;-% ': .PUBLIC( NOTICE- "- fc*. held,on.:Tuesday, tbe.\ 5th ,'day--1.Ui'It:" '. /, "" / 9-26 I ATTEST: -
t room two bath home. Paneled -- Tent.. '131' South 8tlf St Phone I Noteraber.. 'AJ ,D.i9 \'. tietween, : : << '.,: .. D. 0 Clerk 0Ieya I'I'I
1 I NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO "-mi''s of 7:00 o'clock AM and 7'00: I '
living room. Fire place. 2614698. tIe MAKE APPLICATION P.Uiti'in said Special Tax School PUBLIC NOTICE 9-16,26

*r a >OR FINAL DISCIURfiE District No. 1, for the purpose of determining '
NICELY FURNISHED downstairs FLORID STATUTES I who shall be School Trustees -NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR !
John T. Ferreira & SonMS IV OI'RT OP THE COUNTY JUDGE, of said Special Tax School District TAX DEED
I 16 N. 5th- Ph.
Atlantic Are. Phone 261-5571 apartment. NASSAU COUNTY STATE OF I and to determine the rubber of mills See. 194.1C. F.S.
261-4227 'for appointment tfc FLOROA. IN PRO AT& I( of district'school tax to be levied and NOTICE IS HEREBY rIV: N. that :
r, In re the Estate of I collected annually within said Special I!JH. M. Askins the holder of the follow.jog .
FOR SALE OR RENT JURY (MOLUE) \RDEE ''THOMP Tax School District; for the next ensuing certificates has filed sa'd certificates -
HOMES IN Five Points *r a. NO ALEXJSDPTS SON. Deceased.: ITo two years for support and main. for a tax deed to be issued -r----
) MODERN, FURNISHED APT. All Whom It May Concern: ,ttenance of school according! to and in thereon. The certificate numbers artl ONLY'VOUCAN Gst Your Tanks
DOWN PAYMENT, $62 to T Notice is hereby given that Lois T. ', conformity with all matters and! things years of issuance the description cf
.:month. Renovated inside and 337 N. Fletcher. No. 1, Hot I Reid has filed her final report as Ad. i, in the foregoing resolution stated and I the property, and the nnif in which '
) out. Phone 261-5119 after 6. Water furnished, $60 Mo., year minbtratnx CTA of the estate of Mary with the ('"a. itltiAn and Statutes of it was assessed are as follows: I I II '
round. Phone 26L4325.;) tfc (Mollie) Hardee Thompson deceased; the State of Florida. Certificate No. 145 Year of Issuance Ready and Filled
tfc that she has filed her petition for Dated lIt FenwMmi' Bech, Nassau 1959 -
t :__ __ -_ I final discharge and that she will apply -I ('-" ,.,tv. Florida. this 11th day of Sep. Description of PropertY Lot Eft of 4o, I ; _
13 FT. CHEST TYPE deep freeze. BEACH APARTMENT, furnish to the Honorable J. E. Weatteriord. tembe- A. J).. 1'163. <*c. 30, Twp. 3. Rge. 23 I PREVENTFOREST 'Before
The
!, County Judge of Nassau County, FlorI THIS Pn**D 0** PtirtlJC IN.fT1UWTON Name in which assessed Lucy Ellen 5
1 $90.!) Phone 261-4456. See at 731 ed. Year round rental, must I Ida. -00 the 21st day of October, 1963. I OF NASSAU ParkerAll SffORfTHfV/INJffiRIISH/

South Hth. S2GcF85 ( be locally tmpl()'cd. $CO per: for approval of same and for final C'H'NTY. nORmA of said property being in the I
__ month. 278 S. 1letcher. tIc I rtisrh.irpp as- Administratrix. C.T.A. of IlYKr"nk E. Walters. Its County of Nassau. State of Honda. I 1 :::: First Cold !
,
i 1963 OLDSMOBILE Ma. :e-est'3te of Mary (Mollie) Hardee I Chairman Unless such certificate or cE'rt1Cica'l ; DayPHEATING
Thompson. deceased, on this 17th day: A'rl'EIT John T. WeisnerSperijitejpnt tes chan be redeemed I
roon and white. Low down pay. I UPPER DECK APIS. Complete. of September 19d of Public law the property described vt sych I FIRES !
T: ment take trade. Pick Lois T. ReidAdministratrix. Jnelructi For Nassau '" #to< certificate or certificates will be sold' I
or
furnished TV It
up ly including C.T-A. of the estateof County, Florida : T to the highest bidder at the court
payments $75 month. See at Phone 261-3118. tfc Mary Mollie) Hardee Ttorrp- 4t 926. 10-3.() 10. 17 house door on the first Monday m II t PROBLEM'S ?
801 Beech St. Phone 26W37D. son. deceased.4t Mont of October. 1963. which is the II

) TWO ROOM furnished .. 9-16.26,103.10 7th day of October 1963.
S26c apartment I PUBLIC NOTICENotice
Dated this 4th day of September,
PUBLIC NOTICENotice 'I 1963. I SEE ,OUR EXCELLENT LINE OFQ.UA'KEIl
I is hereby liven that the undersigned D 0. Oxley
AIR FORCE CAPTAIN
I # *
11 ,
pursuant to the "fictitious' I
is hereby given that the un-i Clerk of Circuit Court of
Transferred Overseas ONE THREE room unfurnished dersigned. pursuant to the 'fictitious|I Name Statute. Chapter No. 20953, Nassau County. Florida.
Returns Furniture house. Name Statute. Chapter ,No. 23, ', Laws of Florida 191, as amended bj 4t 9-5. 12. 19. 28 :
Chapter No. 26760 Laws of Flonda HEATERS.
Laws of Florida 1941, as amended by
'Air' Force officer returns 4 complete Chapter No. 26760. Laut of Flotids 1951. being Section 86509, Florida
rooms of furniture & appliances to PUBLIC 'NOTICE
a SABLMAN 1151. being Section 86509. Florida Statutes will register with the Cleric
our uar-house. Consists of njlon of the Circuit Court in and for Nassau
Statutes will register with the Cots NOTICE UNDER: FICTITIOUS
foam sofa that converts to a bed i PHONE 261-3221
Countv. Florida upon receipt of proofof
I of the Circuit Court in and for Nassau NAME, LAW
for 2 plus a master size club t'hair.I publication of this the !
notice fictitious -
) 2 end tables & matching cocktail County. Florida. upon receipt of proof: to-wit Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
YEAR ROUND two bedroom of publication of this notice the fictitious name : pursuant to the "Fictitious
table including designer lamps; THE COFFEE SHOP
name. towit: Name Statute" of the Laws of, Florxu, "SEE C. .B.IPctel
'GoodHousekeeping
magnificent ulterior stjled bedroom furnished apartment on beach. CTEGER DRUG CO. Under wInch I am engaged in business 1941. will register with the Clerk ofCircuit
suite with large dresser and tilting Phone 261-3733, Howard Hammond : Under which I am engaged lit business I at 204 South 4th St. in the City Court in and for Nassau Coun ,
mirror Roomy che3tt'n chest & full
'. I at 207 Atlantic Ave.. in the Cityof I. of Fernandina Iteach Florida. That ty. Florida vpm receipt of proof ofpublication 'INGRAMIj j
size bookcase bde, I piece bunk bed tIc the parties interested u- aid jbusiness
Fernandina Florida.
Beach. That of this Notice tie
fictitious
outfit for the kids roem. Kitchen James
enterprise are H. Tuten and
I the party interested ,in said business name to-wit.
gleams with tu.tone formica : E.
sinking TWO BEDROOM HOUSE in Five Theodore R. Ceorge Munt Jr.
Steger.
enterprise is
f FAITH UNLIMITED
t-ble and 6 heavy padded box seat .
Mercury Kavouklos.
Atty.4t
ch: ra. Family size Admiral refri. Points area. Phone Five Points thO$. J. Shave. Jr.. Atty. 103 North Fletcher FOR
9-19. %6. 103.( 10I Avenue
I I 4t 9 J%. 19. %6. J0.3. .
.. erator cross the-top freezer full Grocery and Hardware, 261. Fernaadina Leach. Fkutda. Real Estate
width crisper, shelves in door. Deluxe Sole
I owner and only'person interested
model tiam; r0us deluxe range, __5205. tic I r PUBLIC ,NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE therein is Ralph W. r.eatyn 161 Life Insurance
thermo control This furniture onmnallv North Fletcher Avenue, Fenuntma
I r sold SOOS Now can be YOURS );-i' it hereby given that the un Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Beach Nassau County. Florida.
FOR ONLY dersigned. pursuant to, the "& &us"Name pursuant to the fictitious"Name Ralph W. Retirement Income Gas
LOST I Statute Chapter No. :O953. Statute. Chapter No. 20953. 4t Beaty Health ; a. -
949. W
25. ,18-3 & AccidentHospitalization
.$288Just Laws of Florida 1941.! as amended by Laws of Florida 1941 as amended by
Chapter No. 26760.: Laws of Florida Chapter No. 26760, Laws of Florida
take over pymts. $8 wk. Ask 1451 being Section 6509. Florida
BROWN LEATHER WALLET 1951. being Section 86509. Florida
for Capt KeYs furniture. Absolute- Statutes will register with the Clerk Statutes. will regiter1th
the Clerkof '
h. Jy no money downayments start Finder keep money but return of the Circuit Court in and for Nassau I the Circuit Court in and far Nassau Major Medical r
I HUMDiTTHQH- I
in October In storage at C'Hurv Florida uixtt receipt of proofof CountY 'Co1YULEE :
wallet, papers to Louis. Weaver, florida. upon receipt of proofof Disability Monthly Income
: NATIONAL Box 567.Trade publication of this notice the fictitious publication of this notice. the fictitious .
name tnwifOXLEY mme, to-wit: W WIND LOW- ...
:. Furniture Warehouse FLORIST Western Auto Associate Store L. L.IOHANNON'INSURANCE FLA. -
3622 Beach JUvd. FL 9-2361 Under w1u.''. i aru.Itd in business Under which I am engaged in business .....
jDpen daily 9-9. Sat 91. Sun. 124 at 29 North 3rd St* in the City at 9 South 8thSt.. in the City of ..f ;WYOIIES'r"' '
.. Jacksonville, Fla.m ol Fernandina lleach. Flonda. That .t Femandjaa Reach Florida. That the I A CompleteLine Of Appliances
At Home the party interested in said business party interested in .
Delivery Assured Anywhere said business en '=-' LETTIISIESOI! Phone 261.5269
... 03e ; i iLa enterprise is Mrs. Edna C Willis. terprise, Is Walter D. Smith. ; :

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r age*Twelve News-Leader Fernandina Beach,Florida-Thursday, September 26, 19631 Falcon models is an improved version .


I =V=HPW- At The N Churches FIVE POINTS CHURCH BAPTIST New Fords Go On Display Here Friday I fable j!''I cluster modern fabrics sports result appearance.and in coupe a a new fresher bucket Newly instrument, seats more designed I power the of engine greatest tHe' ix-cyKnder that gas in mileage 1961, 85 recorded :horse-ever-

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J. W. Keen, Pastor 'I 1 achieved for any 6" or T in the
offer side and im-
more support
Total performance in I of the Mob l ,as
9:45 ajn. Sunday School) a com- I 25-year history
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN ST. PETER'S EPISCOPALCHURCH pletely restyled package, with proved comfort. New seat trim Economy Run. Standard on coavertib .
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship F"i
: '! offers greater comfort and soft-
CHURCH a I
5:30: Training Union three distinctive new roof lines s and Deluxe Club Uagons -
p.m. !jer, plushier feel :
: Rer. John Dozier, Pastor The Rer. James D. Ellisor, Rector ,':3C p.m. Evening Worship I and a roomer: interior, keynotethe .,:, i is the 101-horeepower, 1'it)-
r,:30 A.M. communion Ford for 1964. t ; FALCONCompletely cubic-inch six-cylinder engine.
Holy '
Sunday School 9:45: A.M. Wednesday prayer service, 1:3r :
Youth Meetings 6:00: P.M. 10:00: A.M. Choral Eucharist p.m. "All 6 models in the 1964 Ford f restyled for the I Standard on Sprint models! is
11:15 A.M. Church School lineup including the uniquely first time since its introduction the Challenger 266-cubic--nch V-8
Worship Services; _11:00 A. Al. r I
4-door F t four years ago, the Ford Falcon made its debut with 1-2
boo P.M. Episcopal Young FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. styled hardtop models which a
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FIRST AdSEMHL OF GOD ChurchmenThis J. T. Dunnam Pastor are designed to combin an exter*. .: for 1964 combines a new look of j finish in its class in the Monte

Kev. E. A. Lewis, astor ( is the schedule of every : Worship Services: 8:30 A.M ior look of greater luxury with action with a more spacious Interior | Carlo Rallye early in 1963. Ford
Sunday with the exception of the 11:00 A.M. I still more of the luxury engineering Y 111.1.1.111 added economy and a dramatically ; Falcon Sprints powered by 2oO-;
10:00: a.m. __ bunday School f smoother ride. i scored the 'first
last Sunday at the 'month) P.M. features that have made cubicinch8'5
llUiULm., Won hI; Service I LAST SUNDAY OF THE I Sunday School 9:45 8:00 A.M. the 1964 Ford our best seller," ,, "The 1964 Ford Falcon's new | sweep of all special trials in ue
6bU C. A. Youth 1
p.m. Services look of 'total performance' is the j jt the event.
MONTH said E. F. Laux, Ford Division I Ii history of
: 7#0'p.m.: Evangelistic Service Training Union 6:45: P.M. a k. i product of Ford's experience in
7:30 A.M. Holy Communion Prayer Service __ Wednesday general marketing manager.Mr. t j Ford's Thunderbird already
Thursday' "'. mid week service 10:00: A.M. Morning Prayer 7:30 P.M. Laux said the vehicle has '; open rally competition around tie} : noted for a decade of stvimg
.... 7:30 p.m. and Sermon been redesigned inside as well to I world", said 0. F. Yando, Ford I leadership offers more industry
if
it 11:15 A.M. Church School ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN reduce the front compartment Division general sales manager. I firsts Jos-1964 in both design
: ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC 5:00: P.M. Episcopal Young CHURCH tunnel size by one-third and to "But along with its new styling, and functionS:
CHURCH Churchmen increase headroom and seat heightover the Falcon adds new comfort and : n!
Amelia Near IntersectionAU "Underaea the most fa-nons:
City :
Rev W. J. Holmes, Pastor 1963 by as much as an inch. 1 convenience for 1964 to offer still roofline in American is all-nyw:

Sunday. Mass _____ zud, 4th CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH A. F. Gerbhardt, Pastor "Fords are up in sales 28 per |I more of its traditional big car" styling to give the 1964 Thunder-
Sunday _, 7:30 and accountfor l value in the handy compact size.
ajn. Bailey RoadJ. d:09$ 8 m. Morning Service cent over a year ago i. bird a fresh, new personality of
Sunday. Mass 1st, 3rd better than one out of every The 1964 Ford Falcon continues "
.r./ C. BYRD, PASTOR 9:00 Sunday School I I i its own, said Lee A. lac'Mria: ,
5th Sunday, 11:30 a.m. Sunday School '_ 10 A.M. a.m.*- k two cars we sell," Mr. Laux po'nt- the widest model choice in the Ford Motor Company vice president
Monday, Young People 7 p.m. Morning Worship 11 A.M. TABERNACLE BAPTIST ed out. "We believe we are prove compact field with 17 models in and Ford Division gencul

Daily 8 a.m. Evening Service 7:30 P oM. CHURCH ing that buyers of low-priced car t :i- five series including: Standard 2- manager. "But the new styling of
$atur'day ___ Convent Chapel 261-3187 respond to the extra value we call and 4-door sedans; Futura 2-and!i: the Thunderbird, in classic tar
6:30: Communion in Convent CHURCH OF GOD OF Amelia Road Phone total performance'. The 1964 Ford 4-door sedans, 2-door hardtop, 2- : tradition, evolves from the char-
Chambers Pastor
'6:30 P.M. Young People's PROPHECYRev. Rev. Loyd line expresses our conviction that door sports coupe hardtop, con : acter and outstanding features: of
Sunday School 10 a.m. for the itterms : 'vertible and convertible '
Meeting. more car money sports ; its "
II. C. Drury, Pastor S. Y predecessors.
Morning Worship 11 a.m. of total is 2-door hardtop and con- ,
# performance Sprint
10:00 a.m. ___ Sunday School: } I i The 1964 Thunderbirds will k
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CHURCH OF GUll 11 a.m. _...._.._ Morning Service Evening Worship 7pm.. the key to sales leadership in the" ,, ? vertible; Station Wagon 2-and 4 introduced in Ford dealerbhijs

Cor. 4th and Cedar Sta. 7:45 p.m. _.__ Evening Service Wednesday ob Service'A.., ..,..,. 7 p.m.PINE'CROVE hotly competitive low-priced field. Kvfr i s TTaTt..t door 4-door standard, and 4-door Falcon Deluxe Station and i I Friday, September 27.
R.y.I.. Martin Johnson Mr. Laux said ,that in terms of Squire;
Pastor 7:45 p.m. Wednesday, V.LB. Ser-
New to match its total
luxury styling
BAPTIST performance fives
Bus, Club Wagon and Deluxe Club !
Phone 261-3807 vice for young people. CHURCH weight the 1964 Ford "compares a bright, new look to the lineup of Ford cars for 1964. The
10:00;; a.m. ._ 'Sunday School # favorably with cars in the med top-selling Ford Galaxie 500 Series offers three distinctive Wagon models.
11:00 a.m. Morning ServiceY. CHURCH OF CHRIST Rer. A. Z. Knight, PastorSunday ium-priced field." new roof lines including the 4-door sedan (top photo). Five The new Ford Falcon models People Do Read Even

.?>>a Friday Evening,7:30 p.m. South 14th Street :School: y4o: a.m. New in the Ford power lineup engines and four transmissions are offered including the for 1964 will be introduced in The Smallest Ads
Cruise-0-Matic Dual
Range three-speed automatic transmis
1:30 p.nu __ Evemiig Service Kenneth L. Jones, Minister Morning Worship 11 a.ra for 1964 is a Thunderbird Special sion now available with all engines up to 330 cubic inches Ford dealer showrooms on Friday, .I In The News-Leader.
Prayer meeting Wednesday Sunday: Bible Study ...10.00 a.m.: 11:00: a.m. Morning Service 352 CID V-8 with 4-barrel car- displacement. September 27.
7:30: Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.: 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic. Service buretion rated at 250 horsepowerand The full Ford Galaxie line for 196i Includes 16 models with POWER I You ArcYou're
*. # p.m.I'RI11CE Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. W.M.B. offering both good performance 2- and 4-door sedans, hardtops, convertibles and station wagons The basic engine for Ford
Tuesday: Singing Practice 7:30 regular (bottom photo). The completely restyled cars will ap -- --- -
7:30 p.m. Wednesday V.LB. Young and good economy on in -. ... .
Ford .
dealer showrooms .
OF PEACE pear September 27. "'U "
LUTHERAN CHURCH p.m. People fuel. Five engine choices, four ,I.. _.______ ,it;! ", f.1:.:;" 4tij .. .1'1.'i>
(Held at various members homes) 7:45 Prayer Meeting different transmissions, and five ----------- I I

Donald R. Ilimmelman, Pastor Wednesday: : Mid-Week Bible # rear axle ratios in specified com Fordomatic two-speed automatic, ing the 1963 model year compared !
Phone 261-5634 Study 7:30 p.m. NORTH llth STREET binations complete a choice of over-drive, four-speed all-synchro- with 298,116 of the 1962 models. '
Sunday School __ 9:45: a. m. Ladies Class 10:30 designed The 64 Fords
Thursday: : a.m. BAPTIST CHURCH performance-economy options mesh manual floor shift, and anew All eight 1964 Fairlane models
Worship Service ._.,11:00: a. m. (Held at various members homes) Ret. Ran Humphreys, Pastor to tailor a 1964 Ford to Dual Range Cruise-0-Matic will be introduced in dealer show- ,

9:45 a.m. Sunday School every customer's exact driving re- I automatic. rooms on Friday, September :21. I jl

11:00 a.m. Morning Worship quirements and preferences.The The 1964 Fairlane model lineup Styling changes in the 1964
Falls 7:00 p.m. B.T.U. Cruise-0-Matic Dual Range I includes 2-and 4-door sedans anda Fairlane include a new roof for a Are Her'e!
transmission will be 4-door Ranch Wagon in the :
8:00: p.m. Evening Worship three-speed wider, lower appearance which retains -
Few sections of the United States and Canada escaped ice 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week Services available for the first time in Fairlane Series. The Fairlane 50J the popular Thunderbird design -
last winter. Thousands of people must have had their feet suddenly Wednesday i, 1964 with all engines except the series includes 2-and 4-door std: The rear quarter panels pre-
"go out from under them. In such instances the side of Thunderbird High Performance ans, a 2-door hardtop, a 2-door sent a smoother top appearance Invited To Open House
the pehis is frequently, the first part of the body to hit the MEMORIAL METHODIST 427. This tried and proven design sports coupe, and a 4-door Cus- while the sides are highly sculp-
ground. The line of force from such an impact would be through; CHURCH provides a choice of low gear tom Ranch Wagon. tured. A simulated air scoop flows
the pelvis to the lower of COFFEE COKES DONUTSBE
part the spinal column. maximum accelerationand -
for
start The Fairlane station into to
Nelson P. Moyer, Pastor new wagons a prominent convex shape
The spinal column would absorb some of the shock. But, if start for t.
of second
9:45 .,. Sunday School gear di- blend with the round taillights.A .
the impact were too great and the supporting structures of the : a.m. in ice, features generous cargo
non-skid
start-up
spinal crlumn were not sufficiently strong, vertebra. the low. 11:00 a.m. :Morning Worship smoother, three speeds mensons (greater than some new grille gives the 19C4'
er back could be shocked slightly out of normal position. Pos 6:15: p.m.MYF,supper & Pro- snow or rain. The "full-size" station wagons), a Fairlane positive Ford identification. -1 SURE TO REGISTER

sible effects of such spinal strains are: .' grams provide sparkling performanceand lockable stowage compartment In combination with new i .
1. Low back pains. 2. Sciatica down the back the second gear provides a FOR 1210 VALUABLE PRIZES
pains of the leg. 7:30 Evening Worship of
p.ra. (optional at extra cost), 6 or 8 front bumpers greater depth
3. Bladder disturbances, some branches of the lower spinal "kick-down" for passing at speeds :
*J. capacity, ride and and wrap-around, the front end VALUED AT OVER $200,000.00
nerves influence bladder function. 4. Menstrual disorders, because up to 65 miles an hour comparedto passenger
other branches of lower spinal nerves influence tirrulaI BIBLE BAPTI3T CHURCH I slightly over 50 miles an hour handling characteristics superiorto carries out the "more substan- I
tirn of the womb. 429 South ktb\Street automatics.The I many sedans, and a wide rangeof tial" theme of the car.
Similar falls are possible at home on polished floors or off Rev. John O'NeiL'pastorSunday for two-speed manual shift engine-transmission combina The combination 01 these fea- : LASSERRE MOTOR CO.
cha rs and ladders in h<
corrective..AH victims of falls should arrange for a 10:00: A.M. _..;. feuViday School all-synchromesh last transmission is again stand-introduced -I Describing the growing popul j give a longer, lower look to the ; "Your Ford Dealer Since 1910"
chiropractic examination., 11:00 A.M. MornjplkWorsnjr year arity of the intermediate-sized I Fairlane for 1964.

6:30: p.m. _:Ll: ;._:_ B.T.U. ard on all 1964 Fords except 500 j car Mr. Frey noted that almost i| Inside, all new trim des'gus J' _. ...
u '
Hours xDion. 7-00 P.M. Men's Prayer Service i /XL models and those powered Performance by i 1344,000 Fairlanes were built dur with new, more luxurious and dur- -"'_ __1 __ _. _. _J; _' "'l''' M'" 'Or." 'It8f.A iJ:.!I'iO'ie'O"'G'ie'iiiieai :-
the Thunderbird High ..
7:30 p.m. Evening Worship -- - -- --- --
., 11 ed., Fri. Tuesday: 427 CID V-8 engine. The ful-1' jt"'O ;'OQOG ,

c 7:00 p.m. t....... ,_ Visitation ly-synchronized forward gears 8
9.13&3.6 3i ; - -- permit smooth, effortless shift- .
) ing even into low gear when .
131 Kings Street
to make all l .
the car is moving -
Phone 729-5644 these gears usable at appropriatecar 8

King)>land, Georgia The speeds complete are desired.line of 16 new : -- ,' \ BLUE RIBBON STEAK :

introduced in
1964 Fords will be \
Ford dealer showrooms on Fri- I \
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DR. C. R. CROCKER DR. T. A. OWENKingsland 7 day, September 27 \ Lb. .

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"Associated with Chiropractic Owen ChiropracticClinic Clinic I II Y KEEP o credibly-smooth 289 stroke cubic Challenger inches, and modern V-8 develops engine short-has 195 ( %\NS !));1 i SIRLOIN or 79 ( :


of Jacksonville" I FROM BETWEENPARKED horsepower. Standard on all eight : :

-_., --- -- -- -1 CARS cylinder proven models performance, the engine championwith is a : }Jl1 Full Cut ROUND
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good economy on regular

fuel.The u1t1y e
Challenger V-8 was intro- S Lb. ,
duced as a brand new engine last

year. A modified version powered TOP ROUND
; : or
BIG i the Cobra sports car to many rac-

R i FRIGIDAIRE RANGEj % ing same victories basic design and an engine powered of the the t

Lotus cars to second and seventh PORTERHOUSES
place showings in the 1963 In- 0V 604 Atlantic Avenue :
j dianapolis Memorial Day 500-Mi.c:
I ,

$ MA L L budgets! Race.The Thunderbird High Performance SMALL :, 3 Doz. (I

427 CID V-8 heads the

list of five lively 1961 Ford en-I e Pro d uce Specla I5 EGGS 79c |
gine choices. Developing up to I

425 horsepower, this engine prov-I I --
.l ed its stamina and performance'!
LADY FAIR 6 Cans
by winn'ng! the first five placer! a Apples 3 Lb. Bag 2 9c I
Full 40* width-loads of cooking in the Daytona 500 in February''; I 39cSM

'"" room on top with plenty of space II and by completing a year in which*II U.b. NO.1 1 IRISH i BISCUITSLIBBY'S
'; to spare for working room. I Ford hih performance engines! e ; _

:' : A Holiday host? Oven holds biggest were race of unbeaten 500 miles in or any more.stock car t Potatoes 10 Lb. Bag 35C i Each g

I turkey, huge roast FAIRLANEFrom : RED TOKAY Frozen Drinks 9cf
,; of Indiana
Unlimited heat settings for surface a full range
V units. polis-proved engines to action-I Grapes 2 Lbs 29c 6 Ounce Cans
.
keyed new styling, the 1964 Fair I I S
I\TIII I ,1' Extra stog a-1 full-width, 1 lane offers more than ever a. full;
waist high drawer. measure of performance and economy I f' : MISS GA. NO. 2 Vi Can i :
WHOLE PICNIC
in a family-sized package.
Enjoy Frigjdaire dependability! "Fresh styling for 1964 may PEACHES ISc
",- give some the impression that the : :
HAMS 25c :
Fairlane has become a biggercar LIMIT TWO Wlill $5.00TFOODlORDER I
r ," said Donald N. Frey, Ford I
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Division assistant general man 60 Count Sliced 35c
ager. "Actually, it retains its ori-

Model 40"RS Electric-10.63 ginal 1956 full-sized size about Ford equal outside to and the : KLEENEX NAPKINS. l 10c : !

FRIGIDAIREPRODUCT \, comparable to the 1959 Ford in- t 24.,Oz. Bottle 'ct

OP GENERAL." MOTORS side.The dynamic new lines of the t GIANT TIDE 5Sc i CRISCO OIL 28c I

1964 Fairlane are complemented
I
r by a selection of five engines,I 24 0:. Bottle f

LIBERAL ( basic three of design which as are the of V-8 the which same I ,. GIANT 'rn iX48C J I FF OIL 25c |

( powered the Lotus cars to second
J LIMIT ONE OF YOUR CHOICE WITH
l I
.-- TRADEINALLOWANCES and seventh place finishes in the $5.00 FOOD ORDER LIMIT ONE OF YOUR CHOICE WITH (I
J I w 1963 Indianapolis 500-mile Memorial e $5.00 FOOD ORDER .

I "Combined Day Classic.with five transmissions e BREAKFAST CUPCOFFEE 1 Lb. Bag STANDARD 303 Can Each f)

i! for 1964, they offer a full-
easy termsFforica .: line of performance and economy : 2Sc/TOMATOES./ :
I
.... choices designed to meet the requirements -
I I of nearly any driver," e LIMIT ONE WITH $3.00 FOOD ORDER : LIMIT TWO WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER _
i Mr. Frey said. ,
I Included in the lineup are 170- : ROCK CORNISH Fresh Frozen Lb. 1;' BANQUET 3 For f

!and 200-cubic-inch< six-
/ Public Utilities Co. I inch V-8s.and 260-and Transmissions two 289-cubic-available : GAME HENS 39c : FROZEN DINNERS $1 :!

with designated engines Include -

three-speed manual, the ttMMMt9tttt9tttttt9t9t"ftftf" ""?

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