Fernandina Beach news-leader
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Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: October 3, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024610
oclc - 33142109
notis - AFA6512
lccn - sn 95026706
System ID: UF00079912:00040
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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/ Over A Cenjury Your Best Medium i I

Of Service; eus-teaher For Local News I

In Nassau County

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:/ Since 1858 Absorbed by Purchase. Merger or Succession. The Florida News The East Floridian The Peninsula The ernanoma courier, me Island Qty. FemaiH'na: ooserver, Fernandaia Express The Fernandma New*. The Florida Mirror The Nassau County Star, The News The Fernandioa Record,
It/ Fernandina Neu'&-Recor
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t / s/ivid/in' ,I :; #* .. x. r ;Merchants, Commission At Impasse On Parking MetersDirectors

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I of the Merchants As- I R. B. Bailey, president, spoke ,I sion had agreed to leave the met that the meters were not in the
II 1i5i ; -I sociation and members of the City for the merchants group in ask- ; ers off for a 6-months trial period best interest of downtown business
II ;- = Commission arrived at an impasseon 'I ing the City Commission to reconsider -I I and that the meters actually ,I II activity and that removal action

i parkin meters last night in a their recent action in replacing -i I were only removed for a 2- i, had been initiated at a number .

I special meeting between the two I,I the parking meters in the I months period. !I of Florida municipalities and

t? .. groups at the Sandbar Restaurant i I downtown area. I He further cited that the request was under discussion by others.
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: .: I I Bailey cited that the Commis was based. on the belief I (Continued on page six) _
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: Pirates To Meet Green Cove SpringsIn


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; I I BY CURT GORDON ,will be the second Conference tie with Keystone Conference foe,
T REPRESENTATION from Fernandina Beach attended the Girl I : opportunities they muffJDn
The Fernandina Beach Pirates game and the third of a ten-game P. K.. last
Friday night at numerous occasions. ....
I j Ceremony last Sunday ,in Jacksonville as evidenced by the young I will entertain the Green Cove slate for Fernandina Beach. Ganesville.The! Fernandina -

pictured, a part of the approximately who attended from here. Girls at- j Springs Blue Devils here Friday The Pirates downed Camden I game with P. K. Yonge I, first when P. received K. Yosge the kiekeaLoff pfetkin

i I I from Troops 179, 251, 108, 330 andj9& Troop 158 is shown in the picture be- night in the first home game of I County, 12-0, in the season's opener !could be entitled "Don't Give me I to Wayne Arnold on the l&and

I school buses were required to transport the girls and the fourteen adult ;' the season for Fernandina. Game in a non-conference battle, then !I the Ball," as both teams fumbled he lugged the ball backt t ti:le

I and assistants who accompanied them' time will be eight o'clock and it were unimpressive in scoring a I i regularly and each team had scor- Fernandina 28. On the first .play,
f .Ci;. ---- Arnold raced to the Fernandina

I, i I Ii I ',,.'., ;,'1-it'"" .\,.t.f.f-...'r. ,. ::11. .:.,.., I'.r t I"!<< : Community Chest 11 I 1963-64 City Budget ; Mrs.' G. A. Delmar to 46 for put a the first ball down on ,the then 50.added..Ray, 4
i Carried In This ,
IssueThe moved
j :}Ji'f ;: t. < for one then addfd"2before
___ Drive To Start Interred Chip Wood punted ti.lfltp
: .* 1963.64 budget is publuh- Saturday P. K. Yonge 2 yard line. _
i I I ed in this issue by the City' of
On the Blue
I Wave first _
On October 22At Fernandina Beach. ,(See on Page Iin Bosque Bello I they fumbled and Curtis McQwjsley ? ?-
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pounced on the ball
I on..ihe
t The budget, in the amount of ,i Blue Wave 4 yard line. Arnold
J: )I a recent meeting 0the i $808,503, was approved by the :, Last rites were held Saturday failed to gain and Fernand-na
board of directors of the Nassau
Cit yCommission at its regular bimonthly -i afternoon at Oxley Mortuary for drew
: a 5-yard penalty for ijKgal t
1'I County Community ChestUnitedFund Mrs. Suzanne Delmar and interment 1
1I meeting on Wednesday | motion. Ned Tyson went for.2
I I 1k t1 % a budget of $17,606 was I' I followed in Bosque Bello I ,
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ft1r night of last week. Richard Schomas lost one aid-on
r agreed upon as a minimum goal.. Cemetery.
the next
'I ,for the 1964 campaign. Ira Hall, play Arnold fDmbleJad:
: i Chapel services and graveside P. K. recovered the .
Thomas and Poole I on Wav -15
Drive Chairman, has formulated
services conducted' Rev.
I were by yard line. -
plans for the county-wide drive. I At: State Convention W. J. Holmes -of St. Michael's'
Harold carried tJ1
Trujillo .ball
t |I I Agencies served under this organization :'Catholic Chur b.i I' .'
for the Wave fumbled and
Of Co. Commissioners Ute
l are American Red : ; Mrs. Delmar, who had been ill Pikula recovered for Fernala<
!I ... t '!Cross, Girl Scouts of America, !i I I for time died: last ,
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some Thursdayduring
on the Gainesville 10. Rowe
; '1 : Two members of the Nassau went
Boy Scouts of America, Salvation ;j
open heart surgery) at theJ. for 2 and Tyson went around.1bd
Board of County Commissioners,
Army, Childrens Home of
r | Society
f' Jim Thomas chairman, and Har- Hillis Miller Health Center in for a touchdown. The extra .point
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Florida, U. S. 0., Y. M. C. A.,
SCOUTS OF TROOP 158 attended the Girl Scout Rededication in the Gainesville. run failed and Fernandina
Ceremony 'Travelers Aid Society, and Mental I ry Poole, were in Hollywood the was
f I Coliseum last Sunday. Troop 158 is sponsored by the Fernandina Beach Health Association. j' early part of the week to attend Born Suzanne Goho in New Orleans ahead, 6-0, with live minuteifTe-

I I Leaders are Mrs. Charles Brewer and Mrs. William Leuschner. Pic : the annual convention of the.I on June 1, 1910, she attended maining in the first quarter. .,..,
"In order that these
I ) agencies State Association of Commissioners. grade school in that city and (Continued on page six)
I' re: front row from left, Brenda I.'aye Little, Beverly Brewer, Judy Alday, .continue with the work they are I County later attained higher education in I

j Gail Galphin, Becky Moore, Anita Hall, Barbara Broadwater and Sally j now performing for Nassau County .I : Paris, France. ..

I! Center row, left to right, Mrs William Leuschner, Leader, Joy Jerniffan, it is necessary that each of ,I I' Accompanying the two Commissioners ': She was the former Countess Rotarians Hear T
Thos. J. Shave
1 Owens, Jane Ann Stouffer, Thea Lame McKendree, Jan Seville, Marjorie I you count your blessings andgive" !Jr., board was attorney, who attended -, :i Suzanne de Lattour and was a''
: Susan Stewart Teresa Kight Ann Hardee and Janice Tiner. Back left says Hall. "This 9 campaigns -
i 't row, a similar convention for Coun- I one-time resident of Marseilles, Scientific
Mrs. Charles Brewer, Leader, Brenda Bolder, Carmen Hogan, Lynn Bryan, | in 1 serves the welfare and( ty Attorneys. i France. In addition to her hns- HistoryOf
; charity needs of all Nassau Coun-1 I II 1 r
) Jill Bevijle: Marcia Miller,. Connie Entzminjrer( and Mary Godwin. Not I for 1964." The convention, which lasted band, George A. Delmar, she i b
ty I I
,for picture, Janice ewellen, Anna Tiliakos andC rlot McGuirt. i!' through Wednesday, was held in 'survived! b7 a son and daughter, Meteorology : I
'. --- :rr"r___ : "Your money and ,active sup-j I Paul and Ugatte Lattourlof _Paris,
the Hotel.
; port Is needed," he added Witb- Diplomat i France. ...

l I Schedule Annual Bike Rodeo Registration Books tl js out.qver your before cooperation if begin the.>campaign. Chamber of Commerce'i i The Delmars came to Fmjan*I Jet BY streams, hurricanes, occluded -
dma Beach in 1953 and
Will Close Friday tverene- fronts, sun-spots and jOt plaiq!
k The official openingdate for Names New DirectorsMrs. I' siding at 1675 South Fletcher
II old cold and warm weatr/r were
Following Safety Check-Up Says County RegistrarMarie : the Nassau County Community i I.I Avenue at the time of her death. I discussed enthrallingly if not

Chest-United Fund drive is October Ruth Brown, executive I I The deceased was a partner conclusively -:- before the Fernan
i ] of Fernandina bike. rider's skill in maneuveringhis B. Struss, Nassau County -1 22 at which time a break- secretary of the Fernandina Beach (Continued on page six) dina Beach Rotary Club yt r-

t the cooperation of the vehicle while following the nounced Supervisor in a of legal Registration advertisementin an- fast will be held at the Seaside I Chamber of Commerce, this week i day by George Winterling, meteor
j Dept., the State Hi hI rules for bicycle safety. In addition I I revealed the results of recent balloting More New Cars ologist for Chann] 4 in JacksOnville
this issue that registration Hotel for drive workers.
1 'I and the Junior High to the inspection, .the Jaycees i Oct. 4. j for new directors for the and a popular forecaster
books will close Friday, I Go On
i; Schools, will con- will apply reflective markings to coming year. DisplayAt I with local dialers.

1&d I instruction program i the bikes for nighttime safety. I, necessary The closing to allow of the the books office to is I i !Lions? Hear Report Elected by a general vote ,of Local ShowroomsMore I Winterling, introduced by 0. D.

Friday and stage a Bike I The rodeo will be divided into for the upcoming special On'Bulb Sale the membership were Johnny Hut- (Buddy) Lynch, the program

, the Recreation Center on two age groups, with three winners prepare election on Nov. 5, says Mrs.\ chins, Robert Cenek and Hydie new 1964 models will go : chairman, gave the club an interesting -
I Inspection of bikes will I selected in each group. Many I Struss. Meeting Tuesday night at Sea- Peterson, Jr. They will assume on display ths: week at local automobile i outline on the scientific
a.m., with the rodeo nice prizes have been donated by I dealer's showrooms. i i history of meteorology and ad-
side Inn.in regular weekly the held direc-
by retiring
I local merchants. Today, Harrell's Auto Service' mitted, quite frankly, that hit own
| : will feature a First prize in the older age Wacs Drug Store I Fernandina Beach Lions heard a tors Bryan Rauschert, Bob Askins "is showing the new Rambler line i science was still in its technical

designed to test a group will be a 6-transistor radio Staging One-Cent SaleIn report from sale team of captains bulbs.on the and recently deceased C. Lamar for '64. Tomorrow, Friday, Reynolds -| infancy just as astronomy, fwr
donated by Chuck's TV. First current light Perdue. Motor Co. will have the new example, was, 400 years ago. .
The bulbs are being sold as a Oldsmobiles on display and Las- I The speaker, a graduate
prize in the younger'group is a an advertisement in this issue The new directors will be officially young
Pirates Lose bike speedometer given by West Waas Drug Store calls attention project to raise funds for the serre Motor Co. will show the new from Florida State University in
ern Auto. Second and third prizesare I to their Fall One-Cent Florida Foundation for the Blind. installed along with new Mercury and Comet lines. I{i 1957, is now the only full.time

i.c bike accessories donated by i Sale, now in progress. Also discussed at the meetingwas officers at the annual meeting on Last week Woodward Motor Co. i meteorologist on any teleyWon
First Game Firestone Beach Supply and Say- The ad cites the many out the upcoming golf tourna- October 31. New officers will be had a showing of the new Chevrolet -I station in the United State;. He
;< ler's Bike Shop. I standing values to be found store- ment with the Rotary Club on named at the regular meeting on lines and Lasserre unveiled the j first became intensely interested

Cove Winners will be judged by total I wide during the annual promotion. Oct. 16. i Monday, Oct. 13. new Ford lines. (Continued on page six) f

obtained the rodeo '
points on

Tyson carried his I: course in case, of condition a tie, questions of bicycle on, bike and "

I lost Beach a Springs really"B" close team Tuesday ball to !I safety.The Jaycees Bicycle. Rodeo is :3-Day Cruise Set By "Good Ship May- 'I

the young Blue Devils,I I part of a nationwide "Lite-A-

, in the game came Bike" program being conducted BY GERRY SHEFFIELD *
I half with Chuck I by local clubs throughout the United *
I I It's scinitillating, humorous, and -
] fullback for States. .1 --- ---- ---
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'I' scoring the only For youngsters who cannot par. .
I I .,' .. ed. It's the Woman's Club musical,
for the young Pirates. ticipate in the rodeo on Saturday,
this entitled "The Good
J I year Ship
close all the October 5, the Jaycees plan to establish -
was way I May-B." I
inspection stations where .' -5-----
in mud the rains *
as I '
I'I field wet. bikeriders can have their bikes i Wiitten by Mrs. John G. Knight, :

his team is green inspected and marked with reflec-. this fine production has been underway Ii4iiL \
i for weeks, and under
tive tape. many
a bg line for his backs
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the capable direction of Mrs.
behind, but 1
room ]:
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I Edie Johnson, assisted by Mrs.
:j':I to have Pirate some football.good tal. |j i Dickinson Begins Tour : E'Tc/ Knight, the production staff and

With Luncheon Here cast have spared no effort to present
has a six-game i I I
fr i j one of the finest shows ever .
during the campaign ,I Bud Dickinson of West Palm !! staged by the Woman's Club. __ '
Green Cove Springs Beach, one of the generally recog- :I There will be three evening _

I the season, Baldwin nized candidates for governor of : performances, October 8, 9, 10, 5A
I once and Calla- : Florida in next year's election, I 4 at the Woman's Club on Jean La-
I The first home game began a 5-weeks tour of the state I Fitte Blvd. The curtain will rise ; ;
will be Tuesday
i team } with a luncheon here Monday. I .. + ) ) at 8 p.m. each evening. There will
local park. \ -
Meeting with Dickinson were a c c. be variety numbers, featuring all _
up the B team :, number of interested citizens and e' 4 s r .4 local talent, to make this musical
Johnson, Frank Fiala, potential supporters. Followingthe S. ( .' .' : comedy entertaining for all the

Steve Carver, Bob. local meeting, he went to Cal-I family. One of the specialties will r4p '
) Tommy Parker, Mike J '- be children's "Romeo
( lahan for a conference with constituents ; S 4.. 5'S. a operetta /
P. Allen, Tommy Til-! there.Arrangements. I and Juliet," which will be a lovable

Burgess, Arthur'' for Dickinson'svisit ; attraction for grownups too.
L Strickland, Ronnie were made by C. B. (Pete) I S The show is now in its final
Young, Billy Boyette, | Ingram. '- I .. week of rehearsal, and with great
Jim Purgason, Chuck enthusiasm the entire staff is:
I Beville and Danny putting the finishing touches to

Fernandina Beach 5'' an extravaganza that promises

Weather an evening of entertainment not
I Attends : soon to be forgotten.

U. S. Approved Weather Station Taking this cruise on "The
Conference South 7th at Lime Street I Good Ship May-B", you'll be lavishly -

Judges Leis Nolan. Cooperative Observer entertained by Captain Bill .t__ _
Max. Min.
Thurs., Sept. 26 77 69 .44 WHATEVER THESE CUTE "Bunnies" have to do with Talton and Cruise Directress Mary
I II Judge J. E. (Gene) i Fri., Sept. 27 79 72 .01 the cruise of "The Good Ship la.'.B" will be your sur- Agnes White. Cot E. B. Philips RESTING BETWEEN REHEARSALS for "The Good
I was in Sarasota last !' Sat, Sept 28 82 72 .15 prise when you attend one of tie} performances to be will be on deck as a sailor and Ship Ia'an", the Woman's Club extravaganza to be pre- I

I a Planning Con- Sun., Sept. 29 79 70 2.16'! staged next week by the Woman's Club. The scintillating "King Neptune" Bill Melton will sented October S, 9, 10 at the Woman's Club on Jean La

the State Association Mon., Sept. SO ';9 62 .02 musical will be presented three- evenings, October 8, 9, be Jane on hand Philips for and the Faith voyage.Britton Fitte Blvd., is Miss Linda White, daughter of Dr. and.
Judges. Tues. Oct. 1 75 69 .53 Mrs. Bradford White and student of t the Julanne School '
t 10, at 8 p.m. at theS'oman'. Clpb on Jean LaFitte Bird. will present the "Sailor's HornPipe ,
on Fees is chairman, Compensation of the Wed., Oct. 2 .1 77 66 ,15 Plan now to attend 'and see#whit the "Bunnies" have in ," and the Barber Shop Quar- of The Dance. The curtain will rise each ejening at 8 PJU.

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.Ptt@, :11j', '.Xsws-Leader, Fernandina Beach/Rorlda Tharaday/Oatober.'S. .., ; : 1063 I S R pAO toc i: SeoyfTrwp213& 1 CoijJfiiner fhJoybes May Partidpdte( ;' ; '

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-WERNANBINA*- 511. ASH STREET IBEACH; PHONES-:368&WSlf:3687. >DE.Rt I j' Tn, # ',I ft'i" \ .\....... I '_ a Y *SeHrch* finds *lo* !i JH i i felling\ Grahts Educaiibtt Program \

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:A Jfhn K. Perry Newspaper :! N 1io Is' M gs f JtomHcTrtBoy 'Supplementing The 'Conc ra tions of higher: education. At the
;I "'J:" r Fur ,Oldell. Editor aiiuNATIONAL MYaat,.r c, Wer j g Foundations: expansion in the time; It is toped it mil stimulate

.. f' art 1Lo .', 'BY I)ALIt il. nrK Scout Troon 213. -M1e !in' 'area of contributions scholar. colleges and universities to accelerate l.
: : \ OF \ ships, and assistance for capital solicitations from alumni
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b I '\ YJ'J.i %.t a meeting WednesdayTen's ; .
I i Forgive me, b'\.W! ltj am 1 drives to schools of higher learn: and friends.
the of i
?:, came to rec'ie a
t \; c'' 'J4s6it3Nn | 1Qlf -time "Georfia\'lfiarbr' butcouldn't 1 distressed family who had a lost, ing, a Matching Grants program Further details appropriate

414, 0C7A v d rg help .W&JJ&' yesterday dt s T-v>ar-old son. was init:ated by Container: Corporation forms will be made available to
'*.bi -"p that there was :f&l&J&fe mad zeal The Joseph Perkins, colored, of of America on, Oct. 1. employe by General ManagerR. [
fn w'dtchirjr cJUV inn 11 to the 111 North 11th St., had been unable In this new program the Con-> E. Phtonev of the local !fiillDirijarr
:. ::: wry Thursday and entered at the Poit Office"Fernaiidma baseball YrorkltfWojrer radio ) '
? '' ; Foundation will match gifts, t awl General IiI'iterDet
.r to locate the boy, Bentley, cora
Beach, 'londi'as second class mail lna tt ft.r" .
and television! ; \utf( Cito-
T&wto IdeSl
.."- a. # rje might and reou;'sted assistance from the ranging i between $13 -and '$l, oo of tflte l .
r"Itl IIL .Mr Y Subscription Rates' :"j have been at the amp time in Troop xvhlqh inwediafcly: organ annually, Made by any f ull-tlnie{ tamer Division. -
; ; __;U t4 a year $2.25 6 raontSs $KJ5 3 Months New York City and other points :, 2c Vd serrcH-n" partis. Patrols employee of CCA with f ve yearsOf

u -... ... S4.50 a year out of county I north of here. cohered slhoua "St., other eel'!re continuous; : service,Any accredited CAKfi OF THANKS:
nna ..' u.. It's all r:pht, although my wfe 7" YM. neighborhoods, end as far as secondary school l; JUniOr college I
IiI .. end I are emphatic Yankee fans, ,L toto City Park.: l fourywr coPege} ,. or graduate We would like to thank the
\e cp iSafe From fire and are a bit saddened by the The located 'atn school in the United States is FAA families and everyoneho
boy was asleep
I ......... first-game loss which mav : helped and comforted us during
Tie rhWs horse near: 12th St eligible.
Tft: "'.October) 6-12 is Fire Prevention Week, and it is a..toodtim later be corrected, as the schedule ,0x bv the Petrol headed bv Senior! The plan Is intended to providean our rertfttt thne of grief

) for all of us to pause in what we are doing and give | advances.The Patrol Leader( Frank Harrison, Incentive to employees to make (signed) The family 'of
i "' extreme calm, however, in institu Otis Pendl 4on, Jr.
contributions to
4 thought. to care with fire. Patrol Leader Kenneth King, Joe regular "
Fernardina --
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., Too many fires need never have happened, end a littlecnre. surprised us. c +, i Lucas Others Smith taking and part Buddy in the Lee.hour- ....... ___ _. ..... __ .. ,. 4._ _
on the part of all of us can reduce our tragic fire toll In New York last the
from DlAKY JF( A IAlnIAN"hich be and-a-half search were Scott Ans-
scene may
"lOfta; : \ and property destroyed. I: 14 years Friday and Saturday at the llan Theatre tn. Stanley King, Wayne Jacobs,

I .On the average, about 1,000 fires start in homes in the practically Wayne Carter, Gilbert Conner,, ;
Uniied States every day. Last year 11,800 persons lost :' ing the World . .. __...w. !Bonnie! Lancaster, Eddie Wilds, DONY LIT WINTERCATCH

their lives in fires and more than 70,000 received bad burns l'I a anywhere public : Roy Clements, John Dresfl Bob. ,:

i And l last year, 'dollar fire )losses in the United States street, huge l| bv gene Lee Kenneth and Frank,,
'under, George G"ilmette, Bobby
totaled $1,265,002,000, a new all-time high and an increase :'listen, or to H Nt Ferreira, Cec'I A. Bennett, Warn1, ,

'inoH.fl per cent over the preceding year. !!(j It's nice Beach to For The m emaxerBy 1 r I Joey and Jack Rah, Walter : 'YOUGei "

.'u ..,The tragic thing 'about all these fires is that three- nandina i S t1r2es. Dennis Little, Rob;rf''

"foitrths o'f them were the resiilt) of carelessness, according "I more quietly much, y.' .' ':'Be-tford. ,Billv Bob tTrvey, ChinThati3n .'
,MO'the National Board of Fire Underwriters. [ not give : PaWcV ,Flak: Ralph!
.." I if nal victory 't. Mrs. Mary N. 'HarrisonHomo ,l(('?!. Trnoff'; I1t R With a little care, lives can t be 'saved and needless burn- : Or the ., ., ,.: Ernest Valero. OL

-li1k bf property prevented. : This writer 2, ....
,.* Uil40 Here are a few suggestions that may keep your home the World I a .A> Demonstration Agent j| BICYCLE SAFETY RODEO i

fire safe: I spent the I II I! Does your .;,rothigt'\ '?ter r'de his ,

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.... I tenhig to a i "-- bicycle: at nfe-nt If he dops, maKe Your Tanks
"'1Never leave: small children alcne. Even if you are"TFnving .-. ; ,

; for only a few moments, get a responsible] person of ther Channel talk by 4, surely as nutritionally 11- mo d3. Cover and cook for 30 lure he can b* Seen' Beach by motorists Junior

: to stay with them. When going out for an extended period .I I eorolpg-'st.: meals can help build 1,(minutes until all liquid is absorb- The Chamber Fernandina of Com n rce will mark Ready and: Filled

3 of time, employ a baby sitter. I only person I bodies, orange juice in jed I by rice. Broil chicken in oven your youngster }bake; with reflector -

I f Small children and elderly people are the most I I diverted my guises can build more nour |unt'1 done, basting with butter or ,: tape at the Bicycle Rodeo to Before The

: fry q ?nt fire victims. If there are elderly persons in your :I thunderstorms ; meals. The rch: natural '; margarine. Serve orange rice be held 'OctoU'r- at the Rec Cen. BlfORfTHI wnIHR RUSH
hoiehold r plans should! be made to get them out of the !l period. I C content and fine fresh :pilaf, along with chicken. Makes ter. Inspection1"sfrts at S a.m.

v J houe quickly in case of fire. i!' was At also the can of enrich quick-frozen every meal orange of the I I 4 servings CITRUS MILK SHAKE I, It's all bike free rider!: Make attends.sure your '.,..::J" First Cold Day!

3 Use care with cigarettes. Never discard a cig- who was and snacks as well, through 1 ((6 oz.) can frozen orangegrapefruit :, young .1 I
: urettf or drop a match without being sure it has! been exIt's Series I the year. I juice, partially defrosted i DON'T MISS the Woman's Club'

: tinpui: hed. a rood plan to }break} a match after using terly | all-season availability of I l'/4 cups evaporated milk : musical' extravaganza being! pr(>- : H E A TI PROBLEMS t ? :

just(to be sure it is out. Keep matches out of reach of : Walt Pearson, orange juice is especially ;> Pinch salt 'rented three evenings,. October 8, !

.. children.. And never smoke in bed. Fox, Emerson ;' to those of you with Dash almond extract 9,1 at 8 o'clock fn the club hou e .
4. Keep a flashlight handy for use in dark places. 'I ?on, John children who are con '.3 cups cracked ice on Jean LaFitte Blvd. Come andbr'ng ; SEE OUR EXCELLENT LINE OF
Peacock that the youngsters are 2 VI cups cold water I the family! Join the cast fora
t 'Never strike matches or carry lighted matches: or candles : their daily supply of :
they might [ "The Good Ship
Combine: all ingredients in juiceor cruise on
-imu ilosets or attics. watching the i, C. As you know, Vitamin cocktail shaker. Shake to mix May-"B." QUAKER HEAtERS
f : 5. Keep youur electrical appliances in safe condition. it. I! not stored in the body and ,well and pour into' tall glasses. .

: Talce'them to aoualified' repairman if.they have loose connections Hugh F. i ithe | be supplied each day in the I! Serve with straws. 'If a' sweeter' I TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY 'I 1 j I

I : or frayed or worn cords. club, i i the eat. i beverage is desired, add 14 cup For SaleSTOVE .
frozen orange juice may i '-
neutrality. : before mixing. REFRIGERATOR, bedroom
) 6. Threw out old newspapers, magazines and other in the freezer for up to I I sugar 'dressers
to the grand suite dining GoodHousekeeping
I : waste combustibles r gu1arl\ rather than let them'accum. polf, was I ,,you can take advantage of}i I I i can frozen juice etc. Must sell. See behind I II
I ulate in the basement or attic. These are the things on ested in his I r 8 medium sized carrots I I Yulee.'School white and green''

1 : whlci fires feed. Pernandna: all these features plus i 12 tablespoons butter 'or margarine I I house.. Phone '2C1-5334.(; 03p IReoister I
; I : 7. 'Impress upon everyone in your household that i inn than he was in ;' of preparat'on, why not use : melted -_ -- =-- -r. T. *-- I,
of the house and then I kee Stadium. 'I orange juice: as more than ,
I (ft*e'of fire first get everyone out 6 tablespoons sugar
4' : call 'the fire department. Call the department from yourneighbor's Frankly, i, a breakfast drink? In fact, 1, teaspoon :salt I Now!
burning Fernandina! I not set aside one or'two' c'Sns'Dash mint! extract (if desired)
reenter a i iI
I : home, if need be, but never e st in the I orange juice just'for For Annual i

I I hou p.. specifically !! recipe ingredient. A table ,,1 Defrost orange juice briefly I
: '.'::.:These suggestions could save your life or the lives of ran:ng to a I or more of the juice does :, while preparing* carrots. Scrape I PuiitPcss'KickContest { f 'Gas

-i i meml lU pf'your family.Yoii ) 1 : Maybe, I bv adding: nutrient!\'!anil slice carrots crosswise. Cook I
safe Soufh," the i ii i as distinctive: tart-sweet until just tender in boiling salted : '' :
home as
.. are the one who can: help keep, your | to frostings, sauce, glazes,: water, then drain.! Mix. melted i' .

tI; M : from fire.j" fri-Hi-Y !' pies cakes and breads..','butter rr margarne: with sugar, ,i For Registration and Yff4IY 'Co0. I

.t I -,.,.. -- i I' CHICKEN WITH .1'salt and (mint extract, if used),I] Further Information H
t I "View ORANGE RICE PILAF then add frozen orange juice Pour I Stop In TObyt i1 ,' "
I ft
: Cruise : ( oz.) can frozen concentrated. ( over drrined carrots and cook'
I '
: Use 3-Do.y .
j"; Improper Sirs. juice : slowly, stirring, until carrots bey j Lasserre Motor A Complete Line Of Appliances 1 1A

:: (Continued from Page One) : (Confuted from Page One) featured }i t chicken broth .:ff .. come transparent and absorb thesyrup .Company

P ..K .f i tet, Fred Bond, Don llimmelman, show given ,I butter or margarine .t ,' Serve hot. Makes 6 serv I ... ...- -- .
t: The-speaker further stated that and Don Heafner,, Tri-lIi-Y !1 chopped celery 1:1' ings. _....._-A.r ... ,. ,
I Rex Dudley, 1 : ._ ._ ...... ,., _
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been -
of violence had Dress Shop. I l -- ----. r- -1' r.-- T' -
acts onions
: many twill provide their usual fine numbers. chopped! Teen ;:::; :
comm'tted by persons under the 1 Mrs. Roberts' :: unprocessed! white rice ':I

;1 j ., influence of glue inhalation. He Little Women, Mare Brewton,, i ed with what j 1 salt -i,
[ spoke of the research which has Judy Hahn and Bobble Becton 1. '' fen3e.:: She I Ill dried currants j

: been conducted among groups: in will be seen: in the "Dance," and ,i listeners the alL"A!! ) chouned almonds or pecana" !1 Luxury CHEVWLE-T ..

certain cities to determine why Flora Mitchell will sing "Bali ,, dressed: : } ch'cken *' :
n : people resort to such practices Hai." I isarily need a :i 1 frozen concentrated or-
and indicated! that a cons'derable :: I' juice and the chicken broth
in the
All set to steal the show get.A lit
: number> of such pt'fSin9re) intHe number w"llI : display of saucepan and brine to "bo'l In
"Romeo and Juliet"
{ Tow income group, although ; fall and winter
part of double broiler.] Mean ra
not limited to this cate ()ry. tie I Pete Peters, Mack Stejrer, i expertly model ;,
melt butter ii *
: margarine
I II or
Two Key Clubbers were in tt.tendance W-'ley{ Kine, Bobby Hernandez Burton., I members. Int pan and saute celery and f f & 3 *j4 ..
Belcher Bobby
't at this meeting: Tail Tim tion of fabrics! onions. Place! heated

I, I Quattlebaum, 'Jr., and Johnnie }Dwight (Key)werlLittle, Billy B-irbank Misses Judy:lndDa.r ;,I fall colors and and chicken broth mixture ora"ge '# f ;; w $ !; ; t.

: Davis. Alda:?;, Jan Seville! Jiil Seville, i Following boiling water, add l Rautned ,,
President; Rauschert announced es Mrs. Ro [ rice ard salt. also
I Rt3 'Cook. Connie Entzminger,
: there will be an election of officers Anne Hardee, ,Marjorie Meriow, I, Beach As served result currants and chopped al-: &; 1r;
a -- ---
this lie-
at the next meeting! Marcia Miller, Becky Moore f n3 : attending!
I : lug the Annual Meeting.[ Jane Stouffer will present the girl fashion

t \ : He also gave-a brief resume of chorus numbers. I I year Organize
(I i i the District Convention held in Following intermission lisa .

: Jacksonville: the previous week Knight will present a"Mono- Den .AtMonday ; {- .
t t and remarked that an outstanding logue" and in a "Hootenanny" will 52 ( I t ,

\ speech he heard at the comention be Jean Gingles, Ruth Conner, ',

'. I : was made by the president of the Flo Flenniken, Maria Sellers, : ..i'M
t: : Key Club Organization. Mary A. Brown and Jeannette Mc- t a'i I f
: Innis
: I Webelos Den of Cub Scout i
BICYCLE SAFETY RODEO Then come "The Bunnies," Jean j r
I Pfooram l 171 held its first meeting
'" Hanna, Molly Royal, Katherine I
Calling all Bike riders! Attend %* Monday evening on the back
Dotson and Marge Leuschner, :
: the Jaycee Bicycle Rodeo on October followed by Cornell Jenkins singing A total of !! : of the Burjrhardt residence. c,, AM-M'M Y .1 r
5 at the Rec Center. Hide\ arbor Lights." farmers Burghardt and Vernon Gne't
the .thrilling test coarse and geta "Sur partners with the leaders and were joined
The final act will be a
: free safety inspection and reflective i in conservaton Townsend, District Sc;ut
be hand with
prise, so on with
: farms who assisted
: tape markings; on your fine cast and enjoy the cruise. ( :
: bike. It's: fun and it's free Don'tI' kfl,en of the meeting.
"Florine! Dudley will be the piano :
miss it! ili-wtion and following boys were pr *-
with Chuck Jones at "
accompanist, |
office. i Peter Bprghardt! J'rrnv
the drums.
I "That's the I John Johnson and Billy
: Tickets are on sale new by ,.
like Townsend Tender-
CROSS ONLY. members of the Woman's Club, ;, part and
culttiral Scout, acted as Den Chief
,. and will be available at the door j
each Donation (AC?) she help the boys with their Bey .
at performance.
Preliminary Tenderfoot requirement's. S
adults and 50c for !
't are 1.00 for
with Mike
1 ACP show that meeting opened
children.! \
ranchers in : the group !'n the Pli ee '
/ Be sure to book jour passage! ; '
$7,533.00 in ance to the Flag. They
conservation recited the Cub Scout Pro-i' ,
DOX1' MISS the Woman's Club '! 'ff Cktrrdlet Sedan
and ranches. and a short business meet. { Impala Sport
musical! extravaganza being presented ;

/ '9, 10, at three 8 o'clock evenings in the, October club house!8, Hon has the conservation already in : basic instructed drill. steps the and boys Town-in a I Besides looks I :ride and 'p what's special :about it ?

on Jean: LaFitte Blvd. Come and !I'I She also '! : told them what they must I (it's so reasonably priced)
br.ng the family! Join the cast for
a cruise on "The Good Ship government I Webelos to get ready 'for-! Kind of leaves the high-priced cars some'explaining to do, of four smooth transmissions to go 'with them, "
i. CONE nlf !8a7 B." jw percent of the Scouting.: I wouldn't you say? Long and luxurious-with a freshAnd underlying it all,the opulent feel of this' 4 h vr t t'i.1 '
__ I j farmer stands stressed that all boys should i I
-. --- -_ ...._--.._-.._-_- __" .'_r._ ,. I of the Boy Scout Han, I christened look. Richer roonry-interiors-with-new Jet-smooth ride. .
the cost, copy 1 bleedings of colors and fabrics. Like the urtrasoltinyl Matter o7 fact, the most noticeable difference between .
j j materials ana. All boys, to be eligible;i&r ', upholstery,in the new Chevrolet Impala Super this beautiful.new 1964 Chevrolet and,{he higli-
I "Next 'time must have ,passed their : Series. priced cars is the price itself.
Sport JMBIiB
Birthday I Lion
F requirements:
1 Happy "1oo Miss l old. i A choice of seven engines no less, with outAfSdffiffi Let your dealer show you how much I luxury
at years r\
i around j
I( conservation meeting was adjourned,with.. j put all the way up to 425 cp..* And 'a choice "iHil that reasonable Chevrolet price now buys. ,
slid /ulie4 gIda toll .
for Townsend
yells "
From our these county.projects. dog roast followed. .3JfSj a.: See five entirely! differed lines of cars at your'Chevrolet Showrooffi-CffEVMET> ,CftEVElLE f ,CREW U,CORVA1H &CORVETTE
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: ->>, .Judge J. E. ( Gone' ) Weathcrford .additional( for and the Mrs.cookout Guest joined_ .tj' 1
and from the $ 4 '

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: Time To Renew) Your Driver's I License plenty. of good hang them, face 4tor the j .
i iI' then, Twist them around South Sbeel Fernandina Beach Florlia ? 261-3636 '
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; News-Leader, Fernandina Beach Florida Thursday October 3 1963 Page Three
., ,
Shurley Hostess Rev. Dozier Installs f r '
Wed In Home Ceremony September 28 j

t At. BreakfastFor Presbyterian Women I
I 4 ? Wedding Solemnized September 29 PERSONALSMr. I

; i., EPiscopal Chapteri At Meeting Today

?. F. R. Shurley was hostessfor Rev. John Dozier officiated at 1 r and Mrs. Robert E. Gray Frank Durshimer, were with
a breakfast meeting of St. the fall 'installation of officers of I will be in Miami this weekend to f their daughter and family during

Monica's, Chapter of St. Peter's the Presbyterian Women of the iilIIi Iii attend the Florida State Councilof the weekend. Mrs. Selley wll be

1 Episcopal Church in her home Church this morning at the Gen I. A.&M. Convention headquarters confined to the hospital for the

Tuesday. eral Meeting. will be the Deauville Hotel next ten days.
After a social hour, Mrs. How The'following officers will

: ard Hammond opened the program serve this year: Mrs. Evert Elvla, k Mrs. W. A. Ginn, Sr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Buell Crisp and

I with a devotion. Bible lessons president; Mrs. Phillip Jackson I I Pertty, of Alexandria, Va., were 'Mr. and Mrs. Don Lancaster left
were then read which discussed vice-presdent! ; Mrs. Walter Preston weekend guests of Mrs. Goldie this afternoon for Cherokee, N.

courage (Hebrews 11:32-12:2)) Jr., treasurer; Mrs. I. W I Larrison, while enroute to Orlan'do -1! C. to ittend the Cherokee Indian

J and temperance (II Peter 1:3-10)). I r :' ____ Hardee, Jr., historian. and St. Petersburg where they j I Fair. They will be the guests of
I Mrs. Wendle Brooks ment'oneda I .:( :s.1__ Circle co-chairmen are: Mrs' will spend the winter. I Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Garrett and

; a future smorgasbord to be held _w, 1 r John W. Williams and Mrs. Vtjl.: i : -I- I Mrs. Ament will leave I will be accompanied by Miss An-

a %1' in November.The J 11 Ham H. Seibert, Circle 1; 1 u.! & Mary :nette. Jacobs who will visit with
fAA Pr Saturday to visit in Battle Creek,
Fall District meeting of Leonard Long and Mrs. Gl/n i Mr. and Mrs. Homer Burgess andI

,churchwomen will be held October I ? T I Waas, Circle 2; Mrs. Robert Cenek i :,ie! -It I family Michigan, Mr.with and her Mrs. brother F. H. Mon-and I I their son, J. L Burgess. %f

"'28th Church in and Mrs. George Geiger, Evening
)I at Mary's :, '( ,. .. tague. Later, she will visit her Mr. and Mrs. Carson A'W'n.dree -
f Jacksonville. Mrs. Brooks urged Circle; Mrs. John Dozier, Honnj
I brother, Dr. Charles C. Montague, will leave Saturday for a two
''I: members to attend. I Mission Circle. and family, and sister, Mrs. JamesA. week visit with Mrs. )Iclendree'sI
Regular committee chairmenare "
The meeting was concluded Van Horn, and family, in Evan- mother and two brothers and sis-
I with a prayer by Mrs. II. L jr as follows: Mrs. John Dozier, sville, Indiana. Before her return ten in Virginia.
Spiritual Growth Mrs. A. C. Mc-
Baughman.Also ;
# home about December 1, she will
I : k. Innis, Jr., Christan; Education <
; Terry McKendree, son of Mr.
present were the follow- : visit friends in Owensboro, Ken
Mrs. Morris Ground, Stewardship; I t and Mrs. Carson A. McKendree,
Mrs. Cecil Hall Mrs. E. V. J
ing: tucky.
Mrs. Henry Allison, Jr., Church : '
left Fernandina Beach September
j Garcia, Mrs. James, Bird, Mrs. i' ,.,*' : i I
Extension; Mrs. Florence Millsop, :" .* : Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Gray of 25 to begin his sophomore'year at
UenSorensen, Mrs. Carmen Stap- wedding of Miss Lydia 1 ned a nosegay of white chrysanthemums I r % ;
World Missions Mrs.. Ben Clarke, Savannah arrived
; Georgia today Abraham Baldwin College. in Tif
i f letop, and Miss Katherine Whit- Jean Buchan to Willie Earnest centered with a* white .t I .
Annuities and Relief; and Mrs. to spend some time with their son I ton, Georgia. '
Turner solemnized at orchid
I ney. was
I. corsage. Edna Weimer, General Fund Ag ': and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
o'clock Saturday evening, Sep- Immediately following the cere- encies. THANKS.
Robert OF
: Miss Marie Cone, tember 28. at the home of the mony, Mr. and Mrs. Buchan entertained Standing committee chairmenare : Gray. CARD ... .

) : bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cor- at a reception in the as follows: Mrs. Marvin Bur- I Jane Digby left for Tifton, I wish to thank everyone for
Mrs. H. W < Fishier dell Buchan 1326 14th Conference Room
; at North at the Recreation t ,'
ton, Camp Montgomery; Mrs. \ : Georgia this past week to begin : the many kindnesses shpwn my

Attend Convention Street. Center. James C. Lewis, Columbia Circle; her freshman year at Abraham wife, Suzanne Delmar, and myself .
Mrs. Buchan and Mrs. Turner
Frank Schaefer of Callahan
Judge I
Miss Olive Galphin, hospitality
; ..
Baldwin College. during her long illness. My
Miss Marie Cone president of performed the double ring each chose becoming ensembles of Mrs. A. H. Hardee, Jr., library;

: the Amelia Island Chapter of the ceremony before an assemblage of green, worn with corsages of Mrs. A. E. Taplin, literature; MR. AND MRS. RICHARD WARREN SMITH I Henry Pickett has entered I deepest thanks go to Dr Bailey

United Daughters of the Confed-j I close friends and relatives. bronze cymbidiums. Mrs. J. L Armstrong, Mission school this year at U.C.L.A. in I i Dickens and the staff of Hum

eracy, and Mrs. H.V.. Fishier, !}I Arrangements of yellow chry- The bridq Viable was overlaid Haven; Mrs. W. E. Pyron, Thorn- Springhill Baptist Church pro'1 The bride chose her sister Miss I California under a two year sCholarship -: phreys Memorial Hospital and to

immediate past president! are attending 1 santhemums and white gladioli, in with a yellow linen cloth bordered well-Rita Royster; Mrs. W. K. vided the setting at three o'clock Rebecca Sowell as her maid of he recently received for I the many who donated blood. .

S the Florida Division Con- | a profusion of native greenery, with swags of white net caught Berglund, night social service; Sunday, September 29, for the honor and only attendant. She worea I the study of art and sculpture. He George Delmar

t I veniion of the UDC being held i: provided a lovely background for with tiny nosegays. The handsome Mrs. George Geiger, Sr., day social wedding of Miss Myrna Sowellto street length gown of blue nylon -'I is a former student and graduate

this week in Ptrnsacola. I the wedding party. Hi-fi organ three, tier cake, topped with a service. Richard Warren Smith. The t chiffon over net and taffeta, : of Fernandina Beach High .School. I .

S Sessions began Tuesday and I| music was played softly in the miniature bride and bridegroom I Mrs. J. :M. Ground, visitation; Rev. Dan E. Wade performed the and a matching headpiece. She In addition to his studies, he will I '

I will continue through today, background.Miss was encircled with ruffled net t Mrs. lola Stores, Presbyterian ceremony. I I carred a nosegay of white chry-ji work part-time for I. Magnims of ASKINSLAUNDROMAT i

4 (Thursday). Gloria Nettles was maidof and flanked with ilver candelabra I Homes; Mrs. Paul Delavan, White The bride is the daughter of santhemums. California.

honor and chose a dress of pink holding lighted white tapers covered Cross; Mrs. E. T. Hord, Jr., Youths Mrs. Lucile Sowell and the late I Charles K. Smith was best man i

: Plant pines in Florida for profit ch'ffon' over taffeta. She carrieda with maasive-.crystal.<< shades. ( Away; and Mrs. R. S. Adler and I Ralph D. Sowell. The bridegroom for his brother. Ushers were MaxC. Miss Myyrtice Carpenter and ,,:

.. .Ask your farm forester. nosegay of pink carnations. Miss Annette Lee, Miss Marsha Mrs. E. C. Burgess, long range is the son of Mr. and' Mrs. Warren Bass and Don Bennett, cousinof Mrs. F. S. Gaines, Jr. of Jacksonville -
--- I B chan and Mrs. Carol Smith planning. I Smith of Yulee. the bride. were the guests of their parents FREE COFFEEFor
'EI Charles Turner, uncle of the
presided at the punch bowl. Miss Escorted by her uncle, Floyd A. Mrs. Smith is a graduate of I Mr. and Mrs. L. 0. Carpenter -
bridegroom, served as best man. Lorraine Byrd and Mrs. Romie Noble of Jacksonville, the bride Yulee High School and is employed last weekend. Our CustomersMrs.
Mrs. Junck To Head
The bride was never lovelier' Lee served cake. appeared in a gown of heavy I by the Actuarial Services D'- .
I than in her wedding gown of The bride's book was kept by Hospital AuxiliaryFor white satin. The fitted bodice was vision of Gulf Life Insurance Co. Friends of Mrs. Virginia Selley Kathryn AbelsAttendant
I white Chantilly lace poised over will be glad to know she is resting "' '
with rounded neckline of Jacksonville.The .
Miss Alice Wanda Turner, sisterof designed a <
__ white bridal satin. Scalloped lace Coming YearAt comfortably following major surgery .,
the bridegroom.For and long, fitted sleeves ending in I bridegroom also graduatedfrom 515 South Eighth Street (
reembroidered in seed : Monday in Wauchula hos-
appliques a
f their wedding trip to Jekyll lily points at the wrist. The voluminous Yulee High School and will ,
pearls edged the rounded neckline, a special meeting of Hum- i ital. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Island, the bride chose a three- skirt fell in soft folds graduate from Auburn University !, ._
Memorial Hospital Auxiliary --- -- ---- --- -
enhancing the fitted bodice. Long phreys from the natural waistline, to a I in June, 1964. Following I
suit and the
/ piece burgundy corsage held night the following I
sleeves ended in Tuesday : ,
tapered lily pointsat
< from her bridal bouquet. floor length. Her veil of importedsilk :, graduation he will enter the Naval II
1 the wrist. The bouffant floor Upon their return the couple slate of officers was illusion was caught to a scalloped Aviation Officers Candidate I Agreement And Application For Mem.
.. .
length skirt of tiered lace ruffles elected:
; will make their home 315 crown of seed pearls and, School at Pensacola. :
at E. H. Junck In The Amelia Island Youth
extending from a front insert of South 5thSt.Senior Mrs. ; irridescents. She carried a white After a reception at the bride'shome bership
I silk tulle, was poised over layersof Mrs. W. A. Davis, 1st vicepresident .
satin Bible topped with a white the couple left on a wed OrganizationRECREATION
t starched ruffled tulle. Her ; Mrs. J. J. G. Cooper 2nd
orchid and lily-of-the-valley. Her ding trip to Central Florida. Up- I .
.. hipline veil of silk illusion, caughtto Citizens Plan vice-president; Mrs. Frank Sny- only ornament was a single strandof on their return, they will make I CENTER ATLANTIC AVENUE ......

I a petal tiara of seed pearls and Activities For The der, recording secretary; Mrs. pearls. their home in Yulee. WE, The Youth Committee of the Fernandina Beach Woman's
: 'mstrong irridescents, designed with Arthur Willyoung, corresponding
: was Club, who are the Sponsors of the Amelia Island Yo'tUh'!
bands of Chantilly lace. She car- New Club YearBus secretary; and Mrs. Robert Car Organization, do hereby wish to take this opportunity to inform -

: I 1vINxLI son, treasurer. each parent that we will be responsible for provid'ng

: trips; lectures on travel, Elected to the Executive Committee High School Echoes. chaperons at the Recreation Center each and every Saturday
i : FLOORS history, and art; games both out- were, Mrs. Tom Goolsby night from 7:30 to 11:00 P.M., and for other special activities

R OYSTERSOn door and indoor;' and music may Mrs. Paul Lotspeich, Mrs. E. C. of the Youth Organization. IJ" '"

A vinyl 111oo( to I('sound like a rather active program Burgess, Jr., and L A. Ferreira. BY NED TYSON Our efforts are voluntary and for the benefit of the youth'or
: The Half Shell i for the year, but for the The annual luncheon and instal- this community however, we would like to acquaint the par. "J !
: .meet every taste held '/' Friday night the Pirates jour I eats with the policies set up by the Amelia Island Youth Organization 1.1
will be
Fernandina, Beach Sepior Citizen'sClub lation of officers
neyed to Gainesville to play P. K. Executive Committee (also 'known ad "Teen Club" .
j ;; .i
L. and budget plans are.in the offing. Tuesday, October 8, in the hospital 'Induction Ceremony
s'iJ1R'rRESTAU The ended in 6-6
I fonge. a
: game and the Youth Committee of the Woman's Club
as follows:
I The dub's planning committee dining room at 1 p.m. draw. None of the members of the Held Tri-Hi-Y ,. .
1 1 met recently at the home of its Members are invited to attend Fernandina Beach team is satisfied -I By 1. That teen agers will not have to sign in and out. p I
Porter & L'ovequist RANT I president, Mrs. Adam Millsop, to and bring a covered dish. with the I 2. That parents assume the responsibility of their teenager
The members of the Fernandina
.. should that decide leave the of the
teenager to premises Recreation
discuss last year's achievementsand : I
\1, : j Across From Ocean Pier "x :[outcome; each i I Beach Tri-Hi-Y held their induction Center. ,
Color Center the of activitiesfor 'i _.
plan ?
program Cookout Honors ." Celt that h
: Private Dining Room For the coming year. ,, e i of new members Sunday at 3. That no teenager will be permitted to loiter outside -the
8th St. At Five Points :ould have played the First Church.
Baptist Recreation Center and/or
Parties Clubs Etc. John Tiliakos On building the immediate vicinity.:
t Present at the the :
meeting were better ball
1 Phone 261.3068 t a
officers I ; j The speaker for the ceremony, 5. That this notice be signed and returned, with dues, as
; Mrs. Millsop, president; ame and is determined I
Tenth Birthday
I .I 1 {Reverend J. T. Dunnam was introduced my permission for membership in the Amelia Island Youth Organization -
Mrs. L. S. Grant '
-" --- 1st vice president : f to really .
and I further to the forth
agree policies set in this i
; Mrs. J. C. McJunkin 2nd John Nicholas Tiliakos was the .. .' ': t.'i'' "show" Green by Miss Sue Eelph, presiding I notice. .. !

WE HAVE A FEW vice president; Mrs. A. L. Byers, guest of honor'at a party cele- .: ::1Cove: : this week. I president. He spoke to the I ........_............................___' ,... ,
r secretary; L N. Hollingsworth, brating his tenth birthday Sun .: P '. ,.; Green Cove I group about the value of high Parent or Guardian :

treasurer; and the following heads day, September 29th at his homeon ;;' t will be our first 'ideals and Christian goals to an _ _._. "
1963 Fords of committees: H. S. Luke, pub Atlantic Avenue.Co.hostesses '" home game and I Name _. _, ., -,__ .- -_ Address ...' .: I II

licity; Mrs. Ethel Rutledge, telephone for the party were I the junior class will sponsor a organization such as the Tri-Hi-Y. I Telephone ._,._ : Age .._.. Grade in School ........ ....... )
; Mrs. H. S. Luke, social ac Mrs. Nicholas Tiliakos, John's "Victory Dance" at the Recreation I The following members were inducted i The policies set forth in this Notice were agreed on by the' I II .

Left At Reduced PricesLASSERRE tivity;' and Mrs. Jennie Sanders, mother; and his aunt, Mrs. John I Center following the game. I i into the club at the cere- I Teen Executive Committee of the Amelia Island Youth Organization

I visitation.Mrs. Tiliakos. Due to last Friday's rainy out I jmony I : Linda Allan, Mildred: Barnes i I and the Youth Committee of the Fernandina Beach

Millsop served refresh When the guests arrived they look, the F.B.H.S. Band did not I Millie Beckham, Sue Blocker, i I I Woman's Club on Monday, September 30th, 1963. .. I

) ments after which Mr. Hollings played games for prizes. The winners make the Gainesville trip, so their Monica Brooks, Baba Bryce, Nell I

MOTOR COMPANYYOUR worth gave a financial report were: Joseph Bryan, George debut has been postponed until i Cook, Ann Crews, Kathy Durham, 'I.I ;

commended on its scope and clar Gilmette, and Walter Sturges. the Green Cove game. We are all Judy Feagle Dawn Garcia, Ida '.", .
: ity.Members During the game time, a cook- looking forward to a good show. Ruth Hall, Kathy Hardee, Sherrie I Ij (

----- ---- were requested to out fire was made so that each The Tri-Hi-Y Induction cere-j Lang, Laura Lathrop. I ,
-- consider the suggestions offeredfor : child could cook his own hot dog. monies were, held Sunday at the I Kola Lewellen, Gail McKendree, j
the coming. .year so that a Beans, cole slaw, potato chips, an Fernandina Beach First Baptist "
La Verne Mock Sharon
worthwhile pfogram"- may be orange and green topped birthdaycake Church. Reverend James Dunnam
Han Theatre ( adopted at the net club meeting ice cream, and cold drinks spoke about Christian Service. I Diane Poole, Mary Reynolds, Edna

Thursday, Octob eMO_ at 7:00 p.m. completed the menu. Mrs. Anna Sether is attendinga Jane Sherman, Barbara Smith: ,, .

in the Recreati.. "nter.. The gifts were brought outside state-wide meeting of the Florida Laura Sorensen, Margaret Smith,, GLOVES "' .4" :
Phone 261.4849 C. E. Beach, Mgr.\ A" where John opened them with a
Association of School Librarians Ardith Stein, Carolyn Sutton,,

SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MATINEES AT 2:30 St. PetersChoir J little Approximately help from his 20 guests.boys attend- in Orlando this week. At the Gwen Taylor, Margaret Ann Tay. the I label to I look for I :,: '''10
NIGHT SHOWS START 7:30 conference she will learn
new methods
Hosts ; For lor Brenda Townsend, Barbara
ONE COMPLETE SHOW to be used in the library for
Mrs. Aardqker the further benefits of the stu Tucker Gail Vann, Judy Vranc-

FRIDAY & SATURDAYOne Amelia Island dents. ken, Mary Vonnah, and Gloria Fashion authority at your fingertips! In all the

Members ofSt;. Jeter's Epis- Nettles (an honorary member). 'h.
Mrs. Sidney Smith, of the high
Showing Friday 7:30 Saturday 2:30 & 7:30 copal Church Choir adjourned rehearsal Chapter UDC To school home ec. department, was !I The ceremony ended with a colors of autumn I Double woven cottons and .

early Wednesday night to I Meet October 12 also away from her students for closing prayer. nylons, stretch nylons, lovely leathers all with
"DRUMS OF AFRICA"Frankie give Mrs. Albert Hardaker, one of I a few days this week. She is attending -I ..
their members, a baby shower at I The first fall meeting of the I a Home Economics State Local Youths In the exquisite detailing you expect from Stetson I
Avalon Technicolor her Forest Hills home. Amelia Island Chapter of the United Teacher's Conference in Tampa

I Small cakes decorated by Mrs. Daughters of the Confederacywill from October :S until October 5. I i ROTC Training

SPECIAL SHORT Arthur Markham were served by I II be held October 12 at 10 a.m. The B-team played its first from $1.95 A

COLLEGE FOOTBALL THRILLS OF 1962 I Mrs. Windle Brooks. The guests at the home of the president, Miss II game Tuesday against Green Coveat Program At FSU 1,
mints coffee and AJ4c"1
t enjoyed nuts, II Marie Cone. Green Cove. I'll have the score '
'. 0 friendly conversation. All members are urged to at next week. Cadet James D. Gordon, Jr. and ,

One Showing Friday 9:32 Saturday 4:32 & 9:32 The table was decorated with a I II tend. Cadet Steve 0. Thomas, studentsat I
Take it until then.
cherub centerpiece by Hallmark I easy Florida State University in "

"DIARY OF A MADMAN"Vincent ,I provided by Mrs. William J. Mrs. Tallahassee, 'are participating in '
: O'Leary.Mrs. Gary Upton Jr. Elementary the United States Air Force Re. ]

Price Technicolor Hardaker received a lovely Winner of Door Prize serve Officer Training Corps pro H I .,

selection of gifts from the choir LUNCHROOM MENUS gram. Ij 11
SUNDAY & MONDAY members. At Chevy ShowingMrs. Oct. 7.11 Steve, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. ". -.J

Approximately 10 attended. Gary Upton, business ad- Monday Meat loaf, steamed S. Thomas of 201 Lighthouse Circle \i\ I
Sunday 2:30 and 7:30 Monday 7:30 is in his first cadet. ;
year as a : 11
ministration teacher= at Fernan- rice w/brown gravy, turnip greens,
Mrs. Edna Willis Jimmy, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. r
dina Beach High School, was the carrot sticks, cornbread and but '

"NEW KIND{ OF LOVE"Paul Moves To FernandinaMrs. winner of the door prize' of a ter, chilled pear halves, % pint is D. in Gordon his second of 2217 year Florida of the Ave.four-, -. ,. ;,. I
G. E. clock radio at Woodward .
Newman Joanne Woodward milk.Tuesday year ROTC Officer Education: I
Technicolor Edna Willis, new owner Motor Co.'s showing of the new : Hot dogs I buns, Program. .;, 'f
and operator of Oxley Florists, I Chevrolet lines last week. f baked beans, cole slaw, peach cob- .- < I

has recently moved to Fernandina I Mrs. Upton and her husband, bler, % pint milk. BICYCLE SAFETY I II
Beach. who teaches driver education, are Wednesday Pizza pie, tossed r% > I

RIVi-N Mrs. Willis gave her reason for I in their first year at FBHS. salad, snap beans, French bread Motorists!, Be alert for youngsters ; .' II'I'

moving from her home in Steven and butter, cocanut cake, % pint 'i on bicycles after dark -'as j .

son, Alabama as "I just fell in P.TA Meets TonightAt I well as before. They may not &c7'
0 OPEN ONE NIGHT ONLYSaturday love with the town and its peo milk.Thursday Oven fried chic-I' realize that 700 can't see them as & I IA. .nI I

October 5, 7:00 P.M. ple." School CafeteriaThe ken, mashed potatoes, buttered well as they see your automobile l'I
) She first, saw Fernandina Beach Fernandina Beach Junior corn, sliced tomatoes, rolls and : headlights at night. The Jr. Cham- I j !

when she brought her daughter,f High-Elementary P-TA will meet t butter, jello w/lruit, % pint milk. ber of Commerce will make things ji
Mrs. W. K. Ward down for a I tonight (Thursday) at 8 pjn inl Friday Tunafish salad, frozen easier for you after October 5. ( q

9..?..). teaching position here five years the Cafetorium. {blackeye peas, pickled beets, rolls The Jaycees will mark as many ;!
ago. She said that she has been I Following the introduction ofj i and butter, raisin cookie, % or- bicycles as possible with reflective 1 1

planning to make the move ever teachers= plans for the annual ange, % pint milk. tape that shines brightly in S. ALLAN'SAtlantic ;
MOUNTIN"Spencer .
since. Halloween Carnival will be an- your headlights! Meanwhile \
Technicolor Mrs._ Ward now teaches the nounced. I Wood is a better heat insulator and always be extra cautiousin Are. Phone 261.3798 : :N.

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..Page.. Four. -.News. -Leader. ., Fernandina. Beach Florida Thursday, October. 3, 19C3. Circle Hostess --- 0 f
.0.- 1, Miss Franklin! To WedThe At, WSCS Luncheon Junior .H.Ig h-L J9 ht s. ;:tI A t ;

I Luncheon[ Opens Woman's Club Year; I Stork ,ClubI Selma" Franklin and the late Mr, Preceding MeetingA f BY CAROLYN BREEDER ?,.: I II

Members Get Preview of f Hat Fashions I : arrivals at Humphreys, Bob Franklin to Edward Wayne covered dish luncheon: preceded Hi! .

,; Memorial Hospital: Walker of Miami, is announcedthis the September meeting of I Kermit Keiter, I Friday at 7th period, cheerlead
week by her mother the Woman's Society of Christian Marine ers were electedby

The Fernandina Beach W 0- ;, and Judy Lasserre, comet.I A daughter Donna .Maria, born The bridegroora-eitti is the son Service, held in Parish Hall of Completes Basic the student

man'sClub convened Wednesday i I The group played several num., : September 1 to LaMar hnd Marie of Mr, and Mrs. James M. Walkerof Memorial Methodist Church. The I body They ate
nO n'at 'their new club buildin I bers ine1udng: "Lo How a Rose,"' Spivey of 40G# Ash St. Orlando. )lam'e Mills Circle was "hostess i At Pom's Island, S.C. -7thgrade,
for their first fall session. The J find "Whpn You're Smiling'! for the luncheon. IC I Carol Cough ail
meeting was a covered dish lunch. I Skipper Hill played two saxa- 1! A daughter, Rene Anftelle] born Miss Franklin graduated from Mrs. E. E. Jones was in charge Ii I PARRIS ISLAND, S. C. (FH :,'" ; Carmen'ann \

eon. phone solos."Rededication. |I September 4 to James and Mar Fernandina Beach High School in of the worship and program fo.' I TNC) Marine Private Hermit 8th grade, Bua- :

A three p'ece: ensemble from of Life" was the : garet Colley of 45* 'S.\ ,Fletcher \ 1962 and is presently attendingthe the meeting, using as her subject, I L. )Eeiter, son of Mr. and Mrs. ny Puletti, Janis t
the high school band was introduced topic Mrs. D. R. Uimmelman ;i : :: ;.x, sr North Miami Beauty SchoolMr. "Church In Southern Asia." She I' K. E. Keiter of 2307 South Flet- i Parker, Karen '
,, : Walker graduated from assisted Mrs. H. B. cher Ave., completed basic train.
1 .. chose for her devotional The n'!- Ave.A was by Bailey. Brewer aad Car-
by Mrs. A. C. Mclnnis, cess'ty: to grow as a comntete human I son, James Winslow, born Hialeah High School, Miami in Mrs. B. F. Dickens, president i I j ing Sept. 17 at the Marine Corps rl 1 o 1 y n Br'\xl n.
muMc' committee chairman. Musicians beingvas particularly September 12 to Donald E. and 1959. He is with the City Fire conducted the business meeting. Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S. > The altenwtes ,

"were: Ted Steger, French stressed. I Edith McClane, P. 0. Box 104, Department at Miami Beach. Mrs Huelette Penton led the I C., and is scheduled to report to are Marsha: Wood and Lottie La- I

horn'; Skipper Hill, saxaphone; i I Mrs. Kathleen Bonfoey fromIvey's I Fernandina Beach. The weddng: will be an event prayer for migrant workers. i Camp Lejeune, M C., for advanced throp. Genera Ferreira is caftain. .
_-- I of Jacksonville presentedthe ,t r of Thursday, October 24, at seven Suggestions were offered for a infantry: training.The i I .
I A daughter, Teresa Gale born
Christmas box and itVa... included
announced training drill, '' for the football tem
program, "You and Your September 12 to Preston and El- thirty o'clock in Memorial Methodist
World Day of Prayer bayonet instruction, phyysical still held. The wtil
Fiat. She vas assisted by Mrs. are being team
nita Pitts, 405 South 6th St Church. A reception will follow -
W. D. Rodeffer. Mrs Walter Ii in Parish Hall. would be October 26. Mrs. G. T. conditioning, parades and ceremonies I play their first game atrawat

Preston Mrs. William Fred Bond, A son, Gordon O'Neill, born Butler was elected vice-president and other military sub- | Green Cove on October 17. It'will
No invitations are being sent due to the resignation of Mrs jects. '
12 to Harold and Hazel be a' home
and Mrs. Bert Maxwell, Jr. who i September game.
but all friends and relatives I "
MONEY modeled the sample hat! she had Louise Parker, Rt. 1, Yulee. of Miss are MichaelThe Three weeks were spent on the I The Library Club met Monday
I j engagement Hilda: invited to the ceremony and re Spiritual Life committee C
brought along to show the ladies. daughter of rifle range where recruits fire and discussed new rules and e1 ett. >
Mae Franklin, Mrs.
A daughter, Brenda Kay, born ception. conducts a fifteen minute prayer
Some of the new ideas for fall 13 to Lamar and Alice the M-14 rifle and receive instruc ed officers. New officers are,
.. September service preceding each WSCS
seem to be hats shaped like bowls tion in other basic Marine infan president, Cervera Ferreira; vke-
Roberson, Rt. 1, Box 132 Fernan meeting. All members wel
are .
FOR and jockey caps. Colors such as j dina Beach. ,Miss Landress Betrothed)come.. try weapons. president, Karen Brewer; re. ,
I tary Carolyn Breeden trenaurer,
cranberry red, emerald green, and .... ; \
: DILLy lime velvet appear in mater'al s II A daughter, Donna Lynn, born I Pvt. Theodore Holmes I I Marsha Wood 1. V '

ranging from felt and leather j I September 17 to James ,C. and WWWWUWWft See you next week!
Fernandina Beach School
) creations to feathers, glitter, and: Carolyn Weldon, South 16th St. j Serving In GermanyU. .
Class of 62., She also graduatedfrom
y : CONSOLIDATION fur. I FOLLOW THRU I To sharpen scissors, cut through'fine
A born American Hairstyling Academy -
I A short business meeting! was son, Johnny Ray, September S. FORCES, GERMANY sandpaper several times. a
20 to Williard and { in Jacksonville and is presently (AHTNC) P Theo. .
Army t --- -
< rolled to order by thppreside'lt.. Betty 6 > -- --------; -
employed at Verna's Beauty ,
Mrs. J, C. Bennett The varioupommittee Nessler, Rt. 1, Box 197, Callalian. dare! Holmes Jr., whose parents '
: I Salon. .. live at 229 N. Second St.
r heads reports of 0 was
SHOPPING the summer activities gave and tentative A son, Gregory Todd, born September Mr. Roland is a graduate of assigned early in September to Cooper Laundry

I plans for the new 16 to Samuel and Laverne Dodge County High School, CIlSs.. the 57th Ordnance Group in Ger :
year. '
e Hamilton, 10 North 14th Place. of '55, Eastman, Georgia lIe serve many i
'. I The luncheon tables were tastefully ed three with the U. S. Air Coin.OperatedLaundry
SwF Holmes, member of the 535th[
floral A daughter Beverly Ann born a
j decorated by the committee : (
C INSTALMENTi I I headed by Mrs. E. B. Phillips September 22 to Gerald and Judith 4 with Force Container and is presently Corporation employed) of Ordnance Company, 84th OrdInance 'i and Dry
Battalion Pirmasens
near :
I Center pieces were drift, Ann Ryals, 212 South Fletcher.A f'
: vnod arranged with hurricane. I '.'l :j't'.< ., L. America. entered the Army in March 19C3.lIe Cleaning ;.1 i 1
." PAYMENTS lilies. daughter, Anna Doris, born x ir. : The wedding vows will be repeated [ completed basic training at i
i September 24 to Joe S. and Jewell 1j' October 12 at eight o'clock Fort Gordon, Ca., and was. last Mrs. Doris Howard f i;
itI I Hostesses were, Mrs E. J. Trey Kingsland, Ga. in the North 14th Street Baptist stationed: at Aberdeen Proving Manager 'il

Smith Chairman, Mrs. L. J. Ham- I I Church.No Ground, Md.
rick. Co-Chairman, Mrs. J. A. Kelly A son,. Danny Howell, born September Mr. and Mrs Donald Landressannounce 14th & Beech Streets t 1
invitations being sent The 'ear-old soldier attend.ed
Mrs. E. C. Kenyon, Mrs. J. H. 25 to Hubert and Nanilou' the engagement and approaching are BY WILLIE ,MATTSOX ; 22-j

'LaChance, Mrs. D. C. Land, Mrs Smith, Yulee. marriage, of their but all friends and relatives of j Peck High_____School._. ...-
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J. A. Lee, Mrs. W. A. Leuschner, I daughter, Betti, to James Edward the couple are. invited to the wed The Fernandina Beach Women's -- --

I Mrs. C. M Lovell], Mrs. G. S. A son, Jeffrey Aaron, born '!, Roland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Free ding, and reception following at Championship tournament has 1
t, % September 22 to Calvin and Jewel man Roland of Eastman, Georgia. the home of the- bride's parentson :
owe and Mrs. Kermit McQueen. been until further not. 1
postponed WE HAVE A
Our comprehensive Approximately 120 attended. McKinney, 378 Eric Ave., ,Jack. Miss Landress is a graduate of Clinch Drive ice. I FEW I
loan and finance service sonville.
.. Tuesday, October 8, the Hyde : '
is tops In convenience.
MEDICAL STUDY GRANTS A born 26 Park ladies are being enterta'ned : 1963 Fords
.. Service is fast, too. son, September to .
} Research work at 13 medical George and Johnnie :Mae Duncum, here by our ladies. Each member I i
Rt. 1, Box GA, Fernandina Beach.A & is asked to bring three sandwiches, I
f institutions in England has been TheGarden
LOANS !UP TO $600 and be on hand at 9 a.m. I Left At Reduced Prices
the United
given a $158,000 boast by son, Robert Adam, born September -
States Public Health Ser \. The October meeting of the
GA-( 27 to Robert and Annette
1 1 (
FBWGA is scheduled for Tuesday,I
vice. Grants totaling that amount
Hickox[ Rt. 1, Box 74, Fernandina Basket
were given to aid studies of man] Beach. October 15, at the club house. i LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANYYOUR

FINANCE medical problems."I There are several important mat ;
BY JANE SCOFIELD ters to be discussed and Mrs. T. i i FORD DEALER SINCE 1910
CORPORATION sincerely hope the mental R. LajinQn* president has asked j;

303 Atlantic Avenue health program is extended into I presented by the Woman's When it's October in North out these past weeks and we will me to, urge you all to be present. |! ___u __ ___ _._______. .__ +_a.__s__

'"'* Fernandina Beach, Florida Washington where it is so sorely Club on October.8,.9, 10, will feature have weather to suit the many Poker-hand tournament winners: I''

L_. Telephone 2S1-3E81 needed." George B. Bowra, an excellent array of talent, Florida it's time to get out and gardening chores crying to be for September 28-29 are: Roy ; i

ALSO mE OffiCES IN JACKSONVILLE Aztec (N.M) Independent-Re affording an evening of fine .entertainment gajden.: It is, to be hoped.the wind done. It is a real tonic to work in Sturdavant, H. Lewis, Jesse Vanderhoek i P Let Us Put Your

,view, for the entire family! and rain have worn themselves energy giving October to put the _Jeff Spear, C. Felix! I

---- ------ -- ,... ....-..--- '" garden in shape for both wintei Archie Smith, Gus Lowenstein, I Heating System pIn
1 '. ', beauty and the burst of beautyto 'I Jim Haspel, John Beckett, Don !

in early spring.If Brown, Arthur Renshaw and Jul-
/ For 1964. Comets you are planning to raise 'I' ius Goldblatt You may pick up I Tip-Top ShapeINSTALLATIONS 1'
at the club house.
is your
hardy annuals ,from seed, now -.
r t the time .to get them started. I ...
The ladies' golf association of j

s i announces a car that'severy V .. There listed are some for forty October or fifty plantingin varieties I I! the Georgia Douglas, is holding Golf Club a, One-Dav Douglas, I 1 ,

this section. Just as important I n
for them : Tournament Tuesday, October 15. AND REPAIRS .
ri \is getting beds ready or
bit. : It is set up on an 18-hole match)
> ,; for the plants you will be findingon I Ij
r play basis Championship Flight
the market and cannot resist. )
medal play. Tee-off time is 9 a.m, : For
This may involve quite a few j I ; anything from, minor repairs'r ad-
s'' it looks. changes in your garden but tbat'san : and entry fee is 35.00 which includes ; justments to a complete overhaul of your
coffee doughnuts ;
i ,
as .
| right too, for summer annuals I morning; luncheon; social hour heating system, call us. Our expert workmanship "
are really ragged after the heavyI I
S PPKcaPlWBjHPS.11" i I wipds and October is a wonderful : and prizes. Entries should be sent assures complete satisfaction.
and divide to either Mrs. George Smith (COO .
i time to move peren-
: nials. Beds in which caladiums Peachtree Street, Douglas, Georgia

j: have been growing are ready to or to Pro Ted Fox in care of We install new heating equipment, repair, .
the Douglas Golf club. 43
be prepared for cool weather and convert old
plants. It is wen to dig the caladium !! Tuesday, October 22, h the systems.

I! tubers before the foliage is date set for the Ladies' 11th Annual .

i 'entirely to avoid difficulty I On -Day Tournament at Valdosta '

(:' in locating gone the bulbs. Country fee Club is ,$5.00 Valdosti which, L B. Reese Plumbing & Heating Co.. ,
Geortr'a. Entry :,
I If you have been eyeing with I,

!1 d'staste the yellow spotted, white I includes lunch anal happy basis hour.the}It : "We Service Everything We Sell"
undercoated leaves of such plants I I is played on the same as ,

as camellias, hollies etc., you can I tournament. at Douglas. Tee off I 1101 I South 8th Street Phone 261-1892
time is 9: .0 a.m.
after this scale now by spraying -
go (i Send, 18-bole USGA handicap to: :
with an oil emulsion such as
Mrs. Billy] Dasher, 1217 Mc.l- --Tr :
volck, for spring and faR when I II I I

: the temperature: ; ia''iipode J nits, l:tip Ree Mrs.Drive Russell -.Clark, 707 W. ,
the safest times:,to uSe ian"* oil v
I Cranford.Ave_V or1 I
: 1IaCatliioD'is'' used ? .
spray on Richard Beckmann, Pro at i
other times
for scale at
f.f the club, Valdosta,
V .f I ; seem to do as good a, job Georgia.country .,,11' 'II emulsion which has better;
I as spreading powers. Do the job I, I : ../: < ::":': '

I and then watch for; rev I I Iling (th : .. .
thoroughly : =.
spray. This is called a termI I'! ", I; : j Ii E : ,:<. !
infestations.All r .
cluster. These new buds seem : rr :n -r" I.. ".if.
: broad-leaved shrubs can be I I i to grow at a faster rate than I rr-r ;. 1$ -:.?- -Jti.j'f1.

I given an application of fertilizer: i would the original ones if not ('" I

: in October, I pinched off and the flowers come : f'; '\
.. .
I October is the month too when '! at pretty much the same time.I -- .

s we can tuck those little nuggetsof Try it on several chrysanthemum!
potential beauty the various ; stems and see the difference. After SEE US NOW.

spring blooming bulbs into the the first disbudding, be sure : .

'; ground at least most of them. to see that the remaining bud is !

Here's the list: amaryllis, freesia, 1: not injured for if it is destroyed ;

: iris (Dutch and native), leucojum i there will be no more buds that ; For A Loan
i 1 (snow flakes), Easter lily, narcis- j i season. These terminal clusters I Mortgage
I! sus, ornithogalum (clustered white : are given preference in flower ;
!i flowers with black shoe button shows. I II

r ri I centres), ranunculus: anemones, I J Plans seem to be shaping up I! To Buyer Build A Homeor

I I sparaxis ixias sprekelia, tigridias. pretty well for the flower show'
This Is the beginning of a new kind of Comet. Elegance at a Tulips and Dutch hyacinths the Rose Garden Club is planning''I

; Hot, husky handsome-top series in Comet's compact I must not be planted until Thanksgiving 'to have on November 23rd. It's a
pt1t0'r or early December and : Thanksgiving Christmas show I

.l : range up a Prime example of Comet's II' then only those, which have been with the theme "No Richer Gifts", : Refinance An Old! MortgageYou'll

) Cyclone 289 cu. In. V-8 in all Comets.. new elegance is the Col- II i held in cold storage for a monthor and we understand it is to be held
six weeks. Put your order in in the dining room of the Keystone ':
f I ahenl@rr means hot. lenfe, with the warm look : with nearby seed stores which Hotel. That seenu a con *

I : of walnut on the interior ,, t : have them in i cold storage now for venient central spot for any flow- :
the I It
in Spanish And t this new Comet speck .
!I angucge. trim... plus I I lavish biscuitpattern delivery in early December, or. if t er lovers who would, like to see it I
tools hot. And it IS! Your choice of f. providesthe upholstery.Power r you buy from other sources, slip or enter any choice plants or cut Like Tie Friendly and Help-

289 Y-8 : them in cellophane bag and keep i have. A''
punch. The topper is a big Cyclone -most I specimens they may :

ponsiv. in Comets field. Mora choice; steering. power brakes. i II I I in refrigerator the food for compartment at least six of weeks.your .!: but Christmas it is not show the is best always time popular for i I ful People Wit* Are Here To Serve

Now Comet) offers 3 series _, AM-FM radioair- ,J conditioning..every. luxury option I L Many gardeners have garden ;horticulture, and anybody having
is available in the new Comets You can even get. .. but chrysanthemums, which are now good horticulture of any kind is You. ,
'" the of the INe Caliente and the economical 202 and. Ii
fop- ,
buds. the it and for a ;
nol! Ask Mercury dealer about it. Soon beginning to put on If I'I urged to bring
AI'T eA models I oil bold and racy. A wide your I I:|tmds are allowed to grow as they ,, ribbon. One does not have to be a ,

transmission choice, too, including a smooth, silent, new COMET-j Mercury Product. lJ ,I. !i are now the center flower of the :i member of a garden club to enter I *
j i will be lower than the blossoms i horticulture in a flower show and
Multi.Drive Merc-0-Matic: ':-unmatched ot the price. LINCOtN.MUCURY DIVISION @ MOTOR COMPANYCOMPANY I spray surrounding it, which is I prizes go to the winners whoever I

'I quite noticeable. However, if this )I they may be. This year, too, anybody I Fernandina Federal :, :
tV the who wants to can enter a I
central bud, known as crown j i
bud, is pinched out while small j j miniature! arrangement (Cas long I II

LASSERRE MOTOR and also all but one of the buds I I as space lasts) made of dried Assn.

: surrounding it, that stem of the I plant material and small enough Savings & Loan

t plant will get busy and surroundthis to fit in a space five inches by .

I South 8th Street Your Ford Dealer Since 1910 Phone 2613819 ; remainingbud with a clusterof thus I five inches.: invitational We understand thereis 202 Atlantic Avenue ..
V buds, all lower in height an competitive

t J making a more graceful and pleas- clan also .

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. JpKnson.Returns I i Labor Vwws ftthagenienf =-. 7 t \ rj ..yevvg.leafcf- FettUtmflna Beach<: Florida Thursday; October 3, 1E53{ n Page_'Five_ ..

I On USS UfcS ENTERPRISE Enterprise to Norfolk(FHTXC) OIPr.tIetii1 New Sb.t !I Lerre To Show .Mercury, Com t "rtdyH!1 I I, Takes Stuart Davis Topograp..I.lsE, Jr:=: ;

Deadlock seemed to be the situation sit in the ,
dental technician I joyment, parked cars on Surveying Course
Carl Johnson,
as labor and managementonce I Recreation Center gromids or li. The 1964 Mercury extends its
second class, USN, nephew
of Mr, and Jlrs.! H. E. TVil- more argued rules and regulations. i ter there, and the added responsibility \ coverage of the medium-priced i FOT BELVOIR VA. (AHTXC)
ti1 liana: of 31 Oil South Fletcher I Problems between tabor to sponsors when teens come market by offering two mew Army Pvt. Stuart H. Davis
' Ave. returned to Norfolk, Va, and management are anyth'ntj to the center and then leave for series and a choce of distinctive Jr., whose parents live at ItG
&1 in aboard the but new. The novelty of this sit- ''Parts unknown to their parents. roof designs, Ben D. Mills, Ford Atlantic Ave, completed a -ten-
attack early aircraft carrier USS En- uation lies in the fact that the Methods for solving the property Motor Company vice president! Tii;;. f. week topographic survryinjj

terprKe after spending seven "labor force" is a group of ser destruction were mentioned. and Lincoln-Mercury Division .. I f_ _i' .4-. I course at The Engineer Center,
months In the Mediterranean.i i I ious teenagers: and the "mami ement. -[ Some of the teens said that the general manager, announced to Fort Belvoir, Va., Sept 13.
The\ Enterprise tied up in Norfolk ," the Teen Club sponsors. young people would have more day. During: the course Davis 'received
on Sept.1, hav'nj: been on i Settlements on the strictness JTesnect for the pronerties of tho "Emphasis in the new Mercury instruction in methods '-of
deployment since Fcbru1ry.I I and enforcement of rules are only club if the? were purchased wth: i is on Inmry! and performance establishing ground control data
: the first of many decisions the youth-earned monies. ," Mr. Mills said. "We have j for military phetegramftwiiw
,, While in nucleus the Mediterranean of the SixthFleet's newly elected executive council of Also, that they might be less made significant! improvementsin II., mapping and artillery purposes.
t she was the the recently reorganized Amelia I likely to tear down decorations put passentrer! comfort and spaciousness -, lie entered the Arniy '_last:
fleet carrier .
from thetarrier's Island Youth Organization will be up by teen decoration committees.! while continuing to offer ) April and completed bask tram-
force. Aircraft fljfng air called upon to make. It was! decided that the "no the functional brewewav ing at Fort Jaekwm, S. ft-

.t and potential deck provided Ions-range strike cover i I The council includes the following I| loiterin rule would he support roof plus a sleek new fastback 11... The 20-year-old soldier [is a
1' the officers and 'committee heads: I ed by the teens and enforced roof design.! : 1960 graduate of Fernamlma
1,1 and effectiveness of the Sixth Mike Fiala, president; Charles I strictly by chaperones. iI I Mercury's two new !series are Beach High School and fcttlnded

1 deterrent to war. I, Burns, vice president and membership Several solutions were offeredto the luxurious top-of-the line Abraham Baldwin Colte d in
J Fleet as a crewmembers visit ':[ chairman; Fred Michael,I I the situaton: created when par-1 I Park Lane. A new four-door -, :.,-...:' ..3 Tifton, Ga., and the Universityof *
_1 Enterprise I I II fa tback hardtop Marauder model Georgia in Athens. |
treasurer Vann for
secretary; ents held responsible
1; ed ports in Italy, France: Spain, Don Jacobs; decorations chair teens who sponsors leave the premises. One is offered in all three series, ; The 1964 Mercury extends its coverage of the medium-priced market with two new --- -d ,
Greece and Lebanon. man; Janice Sweatt, publicity; .I adult suggested that the teens and a Commuter four-door sa-, series and a choice of two distinctive roof designs. A sporty four-door hardtop Marauder

Laura Lathrop, telephone; Sherry :I I sign in and out, stating a given tion wagon is added as a running' with fastback roofline (front) will be offered in addition to the unique breezeway models i I
Lang, refreshments; "Tricia" t destination. Teens balked imme "'ate to the highly-styled Colony (rear).A two-door hardtop Marauder,which was introduced last Spring,also will be offered. I OYSTERSROASTED

"SEE C. B.'Pete' Scarborough, scrap book; Bobbi diately and said that this would Park. Mercury's two new series are the luxurious top-of-the-line Park Lane and the Montdair. I
: Beeton, entertainment; and Ray only breed d content and cut the i In '2I dition! to the new four- Luxury and performance are emphasized with significant improvement in passenger comfort I ::
Rowe, clean-up. club's membership. I door Marauder, Mercury will offer and spaciousness. The 1964 Mercury's six V-8 engines-two more than last year-range I
INGRA The club was originally organized Finally, an adult caucus suggested in all three series the uniQue I from 250 to 425 horsepower. !; SURF.RESTAURANT!

as t cooperative project of that the burden of parent i[ Breeieway roof with retractingrear I
) FOR the Youth Committee of the Fer- : al displeasure should be placed I window and the sporty) two- ::
Real Estate nandina Beach Woman's Club where it should have been all the i ij door fastback hardtop Marauderfir : and rear seat radio speakers. I program needed to most effectively !
introdncod last snrin The I II Mercury continues. its extended I Freeman Across From Ocean
Life Insurance: ;I working with the permission time, upon the .teenagers them Approves treat the conservation problems ; Tfjjj
the City Commission. The present j selves. I two- nor Marauder has rpp i life service features, includingthe in their county. Private Dining Room For

Retirement Income Youth Committee includes the following -|I In order to stare this! the committee sented the Mercury in stock car 'I first of 36 months or 36,000- 1 1964 ACP The county ACP Development I, Parties, Clubs, Etc. Z
; and ct nw record mile lubrication and six- Program r
Health & Accident Woman's:) Club members: I agreedVto print a letter of : auto races: a I Ii major Groups are composed of the ASC ..- '
HospitalizationMajor Mrs. H. F. Stone Jr.; Mrs. Mercury -I application hrtne News-Leader (to i i 'in winning the Pike's Peak Auto'I month or 6,000-miIe engine oil i county committee members, the -
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II Hill[ Climb on July 4. and oil filter change cycle, which- Emery Williams ASC : .
Kavouklis; Mrs. B. L. Morris -: be founa elsewliere'in this ed tion) I State local SCS Technician, and the I .
Medical ; Mrs. Cecil Pickett; Mrs. W. to inform the parents of all teens I Ij The exclusive Breezeway de- ever comes first. Body lubrica: I Committee Chairman, has announc. Forest Service representative in
Disability Monthly Income F. Beugnet; Mrs. B. C. White; ( desiring membership in the club is'gn; introduced last year ofcrsevs'ral I tion cycle is life of the car or as j ed that the 19C4 Agricultural Conservation the county. Others With conservation ENOUGH
i Mrs. Thomas L Eecton, and Mrs. I of the club policy and remind' functional advantages in required. Program (ACP) has interests in the county will TO '

L. L. BOHANNONINSURANCE [ Ralph Wood. chairman. I them of their responsibility for I addition to distinctive, apnear- been approved by Secretary of also be invited to participate in I
i j The Council Monday night discussed their teens when they leave the ance. In winter, the overhan" ?fc1 'Charlie White Agriculture, Oliver Freeman. The the development meetngs.: Thefarmerelected
I,, I some of the problems caused 1 Recreation Center premises. This keeps the rear window free of National program for 19C4 contains ASC committees SECURITY} =
I Phone 2G1-52G9 I when youths deface and steal letter is to besit-tDl'.d and returned I ice, snow and rain. In summer Attends! NavalAmphibious no major changes from thsyear's : will administer the program in CHECK-UP-=

property put there for their en- I with dues for club membership.Mrs. I it shades reir seat paseneers.The :! !! School- program.Williams each county as in past ).ears. This '
retractable window provide j also announced that < What it is and What it Zr
J ---- -- Wood, chairman says, "I 1 method of ACP program development !
i '"FERNANDINA sincerely hope that the club will] quieter, controlled ventilation for FORT BENNING, GA.AH. the 1964 program for the State has and administrate assures I II I You: -- "
BEACH BUDGET 1963-64 realize its goal every person.Pestyling I each farmer and rancher in each '11. You check the facts: your
be able to again TNC) Army PFC Charlie R. been developed in accordance with I 'I Life
Social Jnour-
for the teens of the Mercury county of an ACP formulated to I Security, your
Detailed of of clean White, son of Angus Young, 709S. the provisions of the National I I "' pensions, savings andother
Copies Budget Available at City Hall ance
of our community prlle, front bumpt'rs.e 11th St. : ACP and will soon be submitted. fit his and his neighbor's needs. 'I assets. *8
the part'cipated with !
I ESTIMATED REVENUES ALL FUNDS trim and rear makes and other members of the 2d Infantry to Washington: for approval by the I I Williams ,stressed that the 1961 ,,,2. You weigh your responsibilities
19(54( models larger i
appear Drector: of the Conservation and i ACP will emphasize even more I : mortgage or rent, education,
A is 1.3 incheshieher Division in a two week train .
: Land Use Division of ASCS. As emergencies, retirement
I the kinds of conservation
t strongly
and larger tires, 8.00 x 14- ing session at the Naval Amphibious
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: soon as the State is You Team stand. *
Ad Valorem Taxes program approved 3. where
$295,425.00 you
inch. Training School Little practices that help farmers and
Taxes Prior Years CAPITOLLETTER county ACP development I You plan for the 'futuie
1,000.00 Interiors are roomier with a Creek, Va. 1 i groups throughout Florida will l'anchers'estnbti h permanent veg- ,4. :
M Interest and ,Penalties f A 2,000.00 deener body which provides moreseating The amphibious instruction included :! begin'developing their county ACP ; etative cover. "These are practices I
/ .. Occupational Licenses ; *. 10,500.00 comfort, more usable classroom tudy which was :I programs. They will select the with enduring benefits," he said. I! MIKE
'.. Building Permits : : r 2,500.00 luggage space and easier en- tested when,White "hit the I> conservation practices in the State I "They are designed to help shift :
'. Io -Burial Permits fI, *<' 250.00 is improved further by a tion which ended Sept 21. I 'to other uses such as for-

I Rent from City Property *''*' 3,355.00 I TALLAHASSEE With the substantial reduction in the size White, assigned to Company, ed basic training at Fort Gordon, estry" pasture and wildlife habit Phone 2612329
Court Fines 8,000.00 impeachment trial of Pasco County of the transmission tunnel. 2d Battalion of the division's 72d'I at. Fernandina Ileach
Circuit Judge R'chard Kelly trim and Arm r regularly assigned to Ga.The ,
Luxurious interior 19-year-old soldier is
Parking Meter Fines I a

Sale of City Property : -,4, if .. 1,800.00 150.00 I out of attention the way will, statewide switch to political the-,.new Von typify instrument Mercury's panel bi ornamenta--tar an- Fort Stewart, Ga., entered themY11JUfle19C2nndeomp1et.- !School.19C2 ._graduate of Peck High Trade At Home, Metropolitan New York Life 10 Insurantr, V. V...__;_.

Franchise Miscellaneous Tax Revenue *'iA. 5000.00 I, race for governor.It I:I nnintmpnts........- _____ On cars eqn'nnedf" ---:::::: -- --'------r--_ 1,500.00 the fireworks
is likely that with the optional air conditioning -
Cigarettetraw x :- ? ;'- '; *," 88,000.00 I this time will start early and continue unit, outlets are an integralpart
Municipal Utility Tax 32,000.00 through to November 1964. I i of the instrument panel for '
Paiklng Meter Revenue, 8,000.00 I|I Although no one has announced maximum passenger comfort. For 64: .

PooKReceipts t** .. ,.',' ')o. 2,400.00 i the field appears to be as follows New 'SV11" design bucket seas .
-t will
Auditorium Rentals -"f .** 1,000.00 i : Democratic candidates : with full center console are op-
Nassau Co. Fire Protection 2,500.00 be Jacksonville Mayor Haydon i tionil in the Park Lane series. the price ismedi.un11, il :
Fred .
Sen. I
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Golf Course Income GO.000.00 I I I Burns, former State I The 19 >4 Mercury's six V-8
Beach County -
,, 1 Marina Income 32,800.00 i, Dickinson, Rep. Fred of Palm Karl of Volusia I engines- -range two from more 25ft than to lestrear 42!> I the action maximum '"

Refuse Collection Fee 36,000.00 County, Sen. Jack Mathews of horsepower. There are four 300! i .

I Airport Admlnistiative Expense 500.00 i Duval County, and Sen. Scott Kel- I cubic-inch power plants of 2l)fl. \ : .

ly of Polk' County. On the Re- I 266, 300 and 310 horsenower and I the is ;
'TOTAL REVENUE RECEIPTS $594,880.00 j publican side to date are Rep. : two 427 cubic-inch hirh performance i( car .

CASH BALANCE BEGINNING OF YEAR 21.500.00 Charles Holley of Pinellas County -' engines with 410 and 45horsepower. i .
and Ken Folks of Orange The 260-and 266-
; .lESS CASH BALANCE END OF YEAR 10,000.00TOTAL :1 County. horsepower engines require reg- : Mercury'I :

j At this writing Mathews had nice fuel fmly. I ... ... "" '-'"
GENERAL fuND REVENUE $606,380.00 : made no announcement of a dele I This wide selection of powor- : ( ;

INTEREST & SINKING FUND REVENUE 151750.00 I :sion to run, but the big surprise fill Merc'irv engines provides : trYr't4 :
would come if he decided I Y\k norfnrmance in the medium- ,. "i
1 against it. Kelly may kick off his I, pr"ed field.Improved.
; PAVING FUND REVENUE 20,10000 I icampaien first probably before I car nretion on all I ... ,. ,
SEWER LINE EXTENSION FUND TEEVENUE 6,650.00 November. Others will follow YQ) c"H'e-nch? engines r'iv"!s letter .: .' ,. '. t: .4;
I becoming solid I fuel onO'l'l"O. :
BUS FUND REVENUE 15.301.00! with the lineup} cold storte. more _
111Y the first of the year. It will : and smoother operation. I -
AIRPORT FUND REVENUE 3,860.00 {I an interesting race, with no I Fully nchron'/wl three.nd .... If
J one safe enough to be considered T"" innj l. thref rPM dnnl rflnO'pI ..
'TOTAL REVENUE ALL FUNDS $808,535.00 a sh o-in governor. I automatic ard foiir-sr"H wanUoT -

XPENUTQRESIJ... FUNDS With See. of State Tom Adams transm ssinns are offered J_ .,
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'GENERAL iUND; EXPENDITURES: :. ; the shortest I (gubernatorial campaigns ''Mercnrv more r'gid. resulting in
City Commission I. $ *r-'{)ccoo.oo; i in* Florida's history, the :"jmnrovwl control of bo-ly shake, I ..

Management and Office 16,372.00' air has cleared to the point where ro* 'l harsline! and Vibrat'on.'
i many of the backers can show II Re-tunin! of the body rhi s's.using .
Record and Taxation 5,366.00
-' -' ": ; their hand. The voters can look softer rubber in all bMv .
Legal DepartmentFinance 3,300.00 | for on rapid shaping of the align-I mounts improves! the ride. The
Department : :'i 12,456.00 ments. ItT'wr tiPs and Mercury's proven ':\< A' .
Professional Services $' ;,j, 3,600.00 I I suspension contr"- 'a ..
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t I Insurance t 27,400.00 The recent cabinet fight over h'jte to HIP car's superior ride '. .., -
Public Relations ani..Advertislng 4,750.00 Tary raises Tar, top state university and hnnHlnff. I -.- ." ; :- '.-, .**. '' ? ( ..-""
officials, reeks with in New directional signal indicators : PJf fwrf $TYtfftG:
Building Recreation Inspection DepartmentFire Department ,,576.00 780.00 trigue. All sorts of devil sh accusations 1 are located on top of the front :. :""''_."'''_ \..."._. ... ,, j.,' ,. ......?. "' / / ,. hi ,... ... .'
have been made, at fenders they are visible to

Police Department Department 50.277.00 5 1,905.00I (( i'(least blocking} privately the increases.. against those I II IIi the jwhVh driver.are so standard TV new on indicator Monclair. The! "action" is provided by the type of V-8 engines that

I Vehicle Maintenance Dept. 32,166.00 Although a showdown hadn'tcome i I| 'nd Park Lane models and on or

Public Works Department: into the open at this writ-I| Colon Park station waeons are have made Mercury the hew performance champion
Director and Office $7,926.00 ing, enough indication I in addition to instrument panel
Public Welfare 9,361.00 speculate over the fight. According i j indicators! standard on all Mer- ,
Beach Facilities 3,950.00 to one report, four cabinet curys. :
of the medium-price field demonstrated in
Buildings 15,759.00 members opposed the raises: and I A new glass backlite for convertible I II open com
Docks and Wharves '6,938.00Refusejivision : three were in favor. Opposedwere models allow the convertible

Drainage 4 ,fi28.00 Gov.Ray Farris Green,Bryant Sec..of, Comptroller Agriculture ,I out tmzlppin top' to the be lowered back window with, petition including the most recent Pikes Peak Climb.A .

Storm 9,490.00 Doyle Conner and Supt. of Among the onHons available

; Streets and Sidewalks 43,344.00 Education Tom B 1ter. In favorof : I on Mercury for 1964 are imprnv- 'tmlTslJrtIlIJo l:: illllf1i t BrtuWDuf11 4
Parks and Beautification 23,642.00Se'erige I the raises were See. of State |i iI IM power brakes and air condUI 390 cu. In.v: 8 is standard a 427 .. : ", '
Department 23,965.00 189,003.00( Tom Adams, Treasurer Ed Lar-i I 'onin", rlus a sw n -aw v steer- : /
I I son, and Atty. Gen. R:chard ins column, power steering, six-

l New Equipment 8,700.00 I Ervin. I way power seat, power windows VS optional. And only Mercury
Social Security 10,500.00 This reporter was asked b7 a !t3J
( I man who ostensibly knew .
I Contingencies: 7,789.00 alignment to name the vote. My money than they receive. Which offers two different .
Transfer To Paving Fund 10,000.06
: ft -- ". list and his compared precisely :gives one a good idea of what you .i
I Bills PayableTransfer '- ; -.. 4,500.00 t But not by accident This division some politician think of themselves ,
To Bus Fund 700.00 within the cab'net, you might J j (as well as what schoolteachers choices
I I' Marina Operations 31,240.00 I say between philosophies, has [ think of them.) styling in one great car. JI

Capital Improvements 20,600.06 i occurred time after time. Ervin i I Ironically, part of the fight '
than usual ill these _
has not been Mercury delivers more tie in ways: more per.
Golf Course Operations 65,500.06TOTAL i alone of the three over the salaries involved that of '
openly at odds with Bryant at Bill Peterson Florida State University ( 64 MercuryBreezeway
one time or another. Green has football coaeh. The Board .2EEacE( j
INTEREST &: SINKING FUNDEXPEN1MflJRES j consistently voted with BryantThis :, of Control recommended a salaryof Design (r'ightiththc) only rear,window that opc s for ventiUtionsurickarcruirainorsnov. ., ... i
i leaves Bailey and Conner $17,500 for Peterson; the ; i.iscouuzac, sr CIVSOH] C/> MOTOR CCMPANY NO finer car HI the III edi Bill.pr.ce field I .
151.150:06: holding the cabinet balance of State Budget C mm 9t ion recommended I
CEMETERY FUND EXPENDITURES 4,250.00 power.: It doesn't occur all the I' $500 less. !
time, but enough that you can I Radio and TV reporters in the
STREET PAVING FUND EXPENDITURES '20,400.06 sometimes tell what is going to Capitol have been making taps :

I SEWER LINE EXTENSION= FUND happen. I II.and films of Peterson regarding LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANY I

EXPENDITURES 6,650.00 The most common explanationof his FSU teams. Recently, however i

BUS FUND EXPENDITURES 15,305.00 the fight over raises for the I Peterson has asked for "ex .1
university' officials was that it pense" money to do the tapes and ) ,
AIRPORT EXPENDITURES < 3,800.00 concerned prestige. Some cabinet I I films. Maybe some of the other :
South 8th StreetYour Ford l Dealer Since 1910
Phone 2613819arl.lt
members ddn't: like Jhe idea of school teachers should have a
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e Six News-Leader Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, October 3, 1963 '' l
'-.., : 'Rep. Wingate Urges Endorsement 3,000 miles of scenic roadway for
pleasure drying, 886 additional \
' I on the Fernandina) >. I

II Merchants Pirates To Meet move Gainesville and had seemed a first.to.down be on on the the Of Outdoor Recreation Amendment fresh boat access water facilities swimming: 130 areas more, &E

\ i ii additional Hi historical or archaeological -
(Continued From Page One) (Continued from Page One) Fernandina 25 when McCorsleyfell :w'. I I sites and additional
.. on a Wave fumble on the Pi-i! : (Rep. Wingate was contactedby that not in one single instancehas I : an
Mayor E. J. Johnson, Jr., spoke Wood kicked off to Gainesville I I rate 22 to end the threat. | ,. I a News-Leader reporter for land value dropped on land 70.7 miles of seashore.
for the Commission and pointed i 20 yard line and the ball was re- i Rowe, Arnold, and Tyson carried :his views on the three Constitutional purchased by the state. Wingate says this could all b g
out that since the revenue from I' turned to the Wave 34. Yonge I I I I for a total of nine yards and c Y : I Amendments which will be "And of even more importance," I accomplished without raising pre % I

the meters was already included I Ir moved the ball for two first downs :i i in punt formation on fourth down, I voted on by Floridians on Nov. 5. Wingate emphasized, "the recrea- ent taxes. He noted that the last II
in a "tight" city budget for the to the Fernandina 39 yard line :I the ball was snapped over Wood's t. I Following are his reasons for favoring ': tion sites we need now will not be legislature passed the necessary /I
:r 1963-64 fiscal year there was before Harold Trujillo punted to [head and rolled tjo:the .Fernandina the Outdoor Recreaton'!' available when the time comes to money bills to provide for this,
I I nothing) the Commission could do I the Fernandina 15 as time ran out Ill yard line to give( the ball to the 1ai Amendment. In subsequent issues,'! purchase them." but unless the bond referendumwas

oq the removal request at this I.ending the first quarter, with the I Wave. 1 i '. I Rep. Wingate will give his views It was pointed out that outdoor passed the plan would have to
time. Pirates lead:ng 6-0. Trujillo made 2 a b(fore PKY on the amendment dealing with :, recreation is the nation's largest be carried out over a long numberof
Arnold for 4, Schomas o XA,y issuance of bonds for capital outlay : industry and is still years as the money became
He urged however that further ran I was penalized 5 yards for illegal I I growing by I
J discussions would be welcomed by I made 4 and Rowe made 2, to give I' motion and on the next play Pee- at insttutions! of higher learning -! leans and bounds. "Every resident' available. I

the Commission during the year j jJI the Pirates a first down on the : Wee Nobles intercepted a Tru- I and the amendment to shift i iFlorida's of Florida profits by outdoor recreation
r and that perhaps some solution I Fernandina 25. Arnold went for 3 jillo pass on the Fernandina 2 J24 principal elections to ;, ," he noted, and added"Florida's BICYCLE SAFETY RODEOs
what considered off-
I are now
r might be reached before the next j I before Tyson's pass intended for yard line with five minutes re- r'a's' tourist economy is Boys and girls be sure to "
budget is adopted. I It Wood was incomplete. Tyson ran(i maining in the ball game. I Ii I years.) based basically on the tourist: industry bring your bicycles to the Rec '
for 2 before Wood into State Representative Claude !, and without available
went punt I out-
I Center October 5 for the
After considerable discussion on i The Pirates started moving at on big
t } formation, but a low snap from Wingate is urging voters to ap- door recreation the tourist indus-
the matter the two groups moved this point with Arnold racing to Bicycle Rodeo. You'll han *
I fumbled Wood and I Constitutional Amend- will ,
by a ,
was prove try disappear.
to the question of Christmas 1 r ght- the Fernandina 17, then added 7 ; chance to show your riding skillon
Wave recovered the Pirate ment increased Outdoor
the regarding
{ng and just who will handle the on more before Rowe made it a first j| The bond referendum, if pass \ the thrilling driving course.
I Hghting in the future. 22 yard line. I down on the Fernandina 28. Tyson Recreational, facilities in ;, ed, .will provide an adequate area : And the Jaycees will give your
1 merchants had I'I Tony Trujillo rammed for 2 be- 'passed to Wood for another Florida. (for salt and fresh water fishing, I bike a free safety inspection!
asked the group to previously fore Steve Tuttle took a p'tch: out:first down on the Yonge 49, then |I "If Florida is to continue to at- j hunting, camping, picnicking, hiking
'J the City for the lighting assume I II !I from Harold Trujillo and raced I two more Tyson to Wood passes 'tract i tourists and at the same f boating, salt and fresh water' Grease spots on wallpaper can
I- responsibility
recent meeting the Commission around end for a touchdown. The I put the ball on the Wave 15. Ty- time provide adequate outdoor re- j swimming, skiing, nature study, i be removed with flannel damp.
and -
a decided such i run for the extra point was short ; son ran to the 10, then passed to creation for its citizens, voters on pleasure driving and availabilityof ened with alcohol.
against ac and the score stood knotted at i Wood for a touchdown, but illegal i Nov. 5 must approve the outdoor I historical or archaeologicalsites I'
tion.. I 6-6, with eight minutes remainingin motion offsides erased the :1i1 recreation bond referendum to in every region of Florida.If .
I It was pointed out at the meetIng the first half of play. 'score with just a minute remaining : make funds available to purchasethe the referendum is approvedby

in question the that lighting should they the Gainesville kicked off to Arn- in the ball game. I sites needed," Wingate says. the voters, Wingate said, the :i ASKINSLAUNDROMAT
City assume I
all old on the Fernandina 20 and he I There was plenty of action left Wingate says that passage of {{I state will then move forward to I 1I
would be obligated business to district.areas I returned the ball to the Pirate 40,I as Fernandina fumbled on the Master Barnhardt Celebrates the bond referendum will not increase i set an adequate goal for recrea- ;i
the {
and! not just i Rowe made 3, Schomas added 2, next play and PKY recovered on Birthday taxes one cent, but will ,I i tional needs for the year 1970. t
During the discussion it was but on a pitch out the ball was their own 15 yard line. P. K. tried I make it possible to provide the i iI Needed right now to meet this I

i brought out that the merchantsare fumbled and Tyson recovered on three quarterback sneaks and had I Master Frank Lynwood Barn- Mrs. Franz Mitchell, and Mrs. I necessary recreation areas now I I goal is 2,600,000 acres of land tobe I FREE COFFEE
actually more interested in the Pirate 33 yard line. Wood to punt and the ball slid off the I hardt, Jr. recently celebrated his Emerson Mitchell, all of Fernan- while the land is sift: available.He I I'I placed under intensive game j
being relieved of the expense and I punted to the Wave 40 yard line side of the punter's foot and dina Beach. I said that the outdoor recreation I For Our Customers
\ first at : i management, 115,000 acres in na-
birthday given
that the lights a party 'I
burden of seeing I
and the second from scrim- |
on play went out of bounds on the Wave "Little Bud" was joined by program will move forward -
I ture additional 101-
I preserves an Mrs. Kathryn AbelsAttendant
and taken down each Yule his mother, Mrs. Frank Barn- ,
are put mage, George Sheffield fell on a by of Tifton's with, without, the i I
32 yard line with 27 seconds remaining twenty-five "young- or approval j 000 acres for wilderness camping,
feeason rather than the expense of Wave fumble on the P. K. Yonge in the clash. hardt, at the home of his mater- est" set who enjoyed games and of the voters but it will cost 125,500 new picnic sites, an addi-
and I
providing additional lights 41 yard line. I' nal Mrs. cake and ice I millions of additional 515 South '
} decorations each Four desperation passes by Tyson grandmother Virgil cream. taxpayers tional, 8,700 acres for hiking, 4-, Eighth Street
year. Tyson passed to Wood who took to Wood and Joe Thrift with Branch, in Tifton, Georgia. Mrs. Barnhardt and young son dollars unless the referendum is i 400 more camp sites, an addit.onal
It also noted that the expense ____ _____ .
was the ball away from a defender and seconds to in the were Also present for the occasionwere are spending their time with the passed. 1 -- -- - -
I go game !
incurred in hiring the Flor- battled his way to the P. K. 5 yard incomplete and the game ended, his paternal grandmother, i grandmothers' while Mr. Barnhardtis i j Wingate declared that interest I I =:
r jda Public Utilities to handle the line. Arnold made 2, then 1 be 66. Mrs. Myra Barnhardt, his aunt, serving in the Armed Forces. costs to pay off the bond issue .,
entire job of putting up and taking fore the Pirates drew a 5 yard will be saved many' times over by "
down the lights each has The loss was a disappointingone i COME SEE THE 64" OLDS
year penalty for illegal motion with 2 to the Pirates who had hopesof being able to purchase the lands
grown to a sizeable sum. minutes remaining in the first picking up their second victoryof Rotarians Hear Mrs. 6. A. Delmar t now. He tfot C that land prices .. \
Mayor Johnson suggested that half. Schomas made 2, then addedone. in Florida are continuing to spiral ; I
and their first Con-
the matter might best be resolved Tyson sneaked to the 4, but upwards and land purchasednow
ference win of the I "Where The Action
season. (Continued from Page One) (Continued from Page One) Is"
the Wave held and took
by the three interested parties, possess- Kirby Hendrix and George will be worth many times its
merchants the ion at this point. Gainesville ran in his field while in the Air Force with her husband in the G. and S. : value by the turn of the century.
the city
group Sheffield were injured in the
two plays before halftime and the and later specialized in his chosen{I Machine Shop. "Florida has never lost one
commission and the Florida Public ball ended the PKY 9 at the game, but Coach Wayne Benner
up on during its entire history
science Oklahoma A and M.
at Active
pallbearers were W. H. i
Utilities officials, meeting and end of the first half with the stated that both will be ready for "
the of lands, OCT. 4th
i, through purchase \
the Clay County High game tonight Wisely and diplomatically, Win- Burbank, Jr., Steve Anderson, 4
tied 66.
discussing of better and score Wingate stated. He points out
ways L
terling offered no pin-pointed predictions Jr., Theodore S. Anderson, Buddy 3 3YOURS
-- -- --
more economical ways to handle The Pirates came up with a Doland, W. H. Miller and Fred I .
McCorsley, Butch Williams, about this section's coming -
I scoring chance in the third period f
Darling. !
:the lighting. when Gainesville could not move Mike Pikula, PeeWee Nobles,I|i weather, and, in understand-t I Register Now! i
As the meeting neared its end, the ball and went into punt form-I Benny Beryl Rice, Hendrix, Shef 1I I able language, explained some of I Ij Honorary pal1bearers'were Ot- INVITED -
Johnson Beckett tie Peplow, Charles Rogers, Paul l For Annual
Mayor suggested that ation, but Pikula broke throughto field, Wood and Steve j the confusing terms which confront -i I j -
local businessmen might consider block a Trujillo punt to give j came up with good defensive plays citizens who read, and hear,I Bibb, E. E. Lasserre, Boyd Ken- FOR FREE ;
better ways and means of attract Fernandina the ball on the Wave during the contest with Arnold,1 the usual weather predictions over nedy, Red Oliver, Ray Caldwell, i PuntPassKickContest : J
:ing business to the downtownarea Tyson, Wood and Rowe being the I' i -
35 line.Fernandina.
yard various media. Buddy Hogg, Claude Wingate, E.
rather than permitting the first main offensive Pirates.CONFERENCE i i COFFEE AND CAKE :
.spending to be done in other picked up two I: STANDINGS Hugh F. Stone, Jr., Rotary C. Burgess, Jr., and Russ Mere-
downs in moving the ball to the :
president, was in the chair at the I 71:tho
areas. PKY 7 yard line before losing the: W L T Wednesday meeting. Jim Beard For Registration and
Bailey concluded the meetingby ball on downs at that point Fernandina 101 Further Information I
expressing his appreciation to P. K. Yonge could not move the P. K. Yonge 1 0 1 seniors introduced, Chip the Wood two and high Ned school Ty I "THE GOOD SHIP MAY-B", to Stop In Today At REYNOLDS MOTOR co. :
be the Woman'sClub !
presented by
1 all who attended the His Park 010
meeting. ball past their own 36 and Trupil- Orange
parting shot to the Commissioners lo punted to the Fernandina 26! Green Cove 0 0 0 son, who Roberts were the club's the guests. on October 8, 9, 10, will fea-I Lasserre Motor
Newt began
was, "we will be back to see yard line with the third period I Santa Fe 000 ure of aligning opponents proced-I'affording ture an excellent an evening array of of fine talent en-, Company 1 Your Oldsmobile Dealer -
t you again and as long as I am ending after two running plays. golf match which'I WV i
tertainment for the entire !
here I will attempt to p>rove to Rowg ran for 5 to put the ballon To. remove scratches on mahogany [will.resume October 16. ,.... family
you that arking meter?' are a the Fernandina 35, but a furniture, paint with iodine '
detriments business in the down. fourth down'gamble, Tyson's sneak on until the proper shade is obtained.J _'....." ." ." ." '.' ,..
*" I .
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1 News-Leader, Fernandina. Beach, Florida Thursday, October 3, 1963 Page Seven ..

Irl Rain Slows Golf Tournament : T .IJNE- CE .T< : ;.,.'<.. I I Ii

Heavy rains over the past week Royal gained the last round with Hers and runnersup in each flights "
forced postponement of match : win over Hugh Stone, Jr. and On the tourney committee an I Ii
in tKe: championship flight of the ,; Clarke defeated Tom Tilman. Cecil Loptien, chairman, Rudji II
current Club Championship Tow: i Trophies will be awarded win- York and J. D. Daugherty.. I
nament of the Fernandina Beac
Golf Association. 1
Y. E. Hall and Leighton Shue
will play their semi-final mntch .4. .., i .. .}sf5.d. ., ; J. A
later this week as will Tom Lai ,' N. ....
non and Bill Melton. Winners will C.4 ifg .:.' .' I
meet in the finals to determine : /',; K ./ .
the club champion.In .

the first flight Fred Ostee t;' '. i .. i 0
defeated Harry Poole and will i .4 .
meet Jack Vann in the final, ... .
Vann,won from Al Bodine in a w.
:; 10 BIG I
tight match that went 20 holes. ; g: N al Spray. ,

In the second flight Chuc .. .2- 9'go
Howard and Archie Smith will ,9 8 Aitrl, 1 'QI;; R ,
meet in the finals. Howard won ; -. -
from Cecil Loptien and Smit ?" ..i';;: 3-12
the -
defeated Gus Lowcnstein '' M SHOP EARLY
H. E. Williams and Stev I Many quantities are strictly limited p@rmula\ 20. Hair Spray
Spence will! play to decide the M m I r" Holds I haIr
,, m place for
winner of the third flight. Wi!. hours,
liam won over Dr. Cecil Brew to Riga provides softness.

in over.the Pence semifinals Entzmingert and Spence .,;,:rf,.-s : ,.$.wp ,,,: : s, z,:., WAAS DRUG STORE Sr il"teoU.2: ; !/' : 10

: Fourth flight competition sees .
Bob Ramsey playing Walter Pies F ATLANTIC AVENUE AT SIXTH ,1Iil.
ton for top honors. Ramsey: won .. ; J $ e69
over Al Miller and Preston dc. j : sol____--. :
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feated John Gregory? s;
Bill Royal and Ben Clarke are k .
the finalists in th'e fifth flight. m ( ti3 m

\ __...... T5 ,. .. ; X398 AYTINAL
More SportsPagc 8.. THE CLASSY FERNANDINA BEACH GOLF COURSEwas Jitamios& Minerals e Reg. it DfI'
'- ------'!-- chosen for the final round of the Jacksonville( Mixed I ; :::. for ASPIRIN 1 OD's
2 Hall Championship tourney, which ended Friday. Hap Daily diet supplement mmiilRlTOOlrUSllOra.Ton 54c
winners were Mrs. Remer Budreau and Vernon Ra t all the family. F m S36 m$
of Jacksonville, shown at the local clubhouse followingthe 'j J Z 399 Walgreen. 5 gr. U.S.P.Boflle ..........li

; completion of play Frida).. The tourney is sponsored of 100 tR

BASKETBALLS annually by the Jacksonville Amateur ,Golf Association.The .
Association used the lounge' at. the golf course for' 5lcl1J9 (
VOLLEY BALLS social hour following the tourney.Sports g. A.P.C. with Vilamin C 49 2

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1 I The Pirates will play their first those Bulldogs as clean as the; Watches;and Jewelry. $139pIaf rni
Avc. I[ v lPiMln,
Ignore at home tomorrow night i I|wanted to. Gator hide could bin lormulll 2IJ o ., .
.. when they entertain the Green for a good scrubbing. in Ala
Harry Poole, Jl'rI
I ;:Cove o'clock.Springs The game Blue Devils will mark at eight the ,bama. it I Cream Shampoo S ss SPEED SHAVE
I II Ci\\
.; -- -- I second Conference game for the..! Nick Smth: will offer ])ray 2 86c.:
SEE Pirates and will be the third en I I I i Races again here on Sunday, October $ UJ$ Lanolin rich to leave j Po-Do. Reg. or Menthol.-oz.. R
counter of the football season I 13, at 'the local 'airport. A I"""L f bait wand lovely. v I
I The Pirates plan to rack up theitSecond I few weeks ago weather: cause) 5hampo I .
... P
I victory in the young sea'son. I what;, was scheduled to be the bes heg 4.oz.
;' I It I' be dU *a tfc Liltf 2F90C '
races ever staged here to -
with JIM WATSON 8ge
and on iCTPUElt( 11 \.... t|I t *AI i I!appointing. \. large.. field, of on driv- .' Jar "OLA.VITOL' :
I 1 October .
expected to enter
\ era are -
I The C-G tie last Friday night [ ,
Special Guest 13 which should provide i a '" Reg.B c Multiple .
was a disappointment to the local ( Bubbling F."u/. Vitamin
fine, entertaining day.
Mr. Gordon Ellis : fans as 'well as' the' Pirates, but ;; ",' .u
I the reminded us of the old ,! tf. 'J 20HAIR : Solution
I Jkf"ol::: "'
I Nassau< County Agricultural ''saying: "Give the ball to Cosmo,,\,j Bowling leagues have been' or- G 'Bbri Bath Oil.' :, '. $:: ):a 8 candy flavored vitamins 4 "
Agent i i but Cosmo says he don't want the ,ganized for the winter'' months and p the 7 DRESSING.I .
!ball." There were plenty of fumb I competition i is already keen anion, I k.l Softens, scenfs for children.
at 6:45: A.M. lIes by both teams. The Pirates ,the teams.' Women and Men' g ; wafer. CJio/'ce/ of Pine Lanolin nric} .Gives hair Pint bottle
r I finally woke up and marched 98''leagues[ are going at full steam Apply/ BOJJOWCarflaion/ : 2 F'330

4 ON\ 1 I yards for an apparent score only each week at the Bowling Center, .=:;;;..;';:;.. Tea Rose. soft, healthier' ; .; Reg $329 R
POWERFULCHANNEL to have it nullified because, of an & *
I has been off for the f 800L oz.
offside penalty. Fishing t 2F90Ct R
12 i ok past few weeks here in our are.because ; B 0"r e....__2190'ferfeetitu
WFGA-TV Curtis McCorsley Mike Pikula of the bad weather. If the '. Baby b Cough Syrup J
weather doesn't hurry up and get
Jacksonville I and George Sheffield recovered .. 75 2'760 S
better so we can have some good ,
fumbles with Pikula
blocking a 4-oz.
I Walgreen. bottle..._
I fishing news 'I don't know wha : 1
a -- punt and PeeWee Nobles intercepting 1
for good to do to keep our baseball friend: Cold Cream
a some
pass .
U4UORTOONSIV ,|plays by; the Pirates in the P. K. :in Minnesota homesick for Fer v c: g-CASTORIA 3'oi, F .
I)Yonge I nandina. We hope by our next issue 2'0cn 480 I
Oft LAND I H.E WILUAMS"Hovi game. fragrant skin Conditioner
full column of for _
I # tV 5-* I we will have a Especially Infants ?__ gdc
4 P Wood did fine : fine catches at all places. IFAAC
Chip some
y r :. t f[catching. He took the ball away pass 1 *: : a se; ; 0 Zinc Oxide Oint.
1 i Fernandina Beach High i 0 Rey
The ; 80c. _
1J J from a defender at one' pont: during 2
,, I : Band failed to make the trip tc
the game and on another occasion +o Keller. Antibiotic. l h.oz.._ R
I t picked up yardage with opponents Gainesville last Friday night a-
I scheduled because of the bad weather -
onto him
hanging i
.. I predicted. Fans can get their
fr vWe I
'p can't help but throw in a I I first look at the best band in Florida Added to Our
liI few comments on our Florida i Friday night at the Green ill l
Gator football team. Numbers I Cove game at the local park. Extra Specials
I ,
I #
,, 1I have asked why Shannon tried I 9utiaM
; three quarterback sneaks on the Phil Howser, Charlotte Hornet -
,t :, one yard line without giving the i I General Manager, has been in
i IfI ball to Dupree the main yard-'I town for the past few days getting 29' PLASTIC IM '
? i Nr maker. Coach Graves defends some of this fine Fernandina I i 4 *I.UMH'"
i. f Shannon and I guess that is the ; Beach sand in his shoes to carry -
.., i thing to do, but if he does that J back to North Carolina. Phil, one BABY PANTS -
600" TidyDeodorants
( many times he will need more I of the nicest fellows a person can ,
you ot heard> ul-H thi on help to defend him, probably in meet, talked baseball and passed i : long r. ''I ,
i other ways. It makes one wonder I comments on the late Sam Wolf- ; '' (. _
if they really want to win a ball I son. "The Sally League was in 20"wide ,
:I I THE PALACE ;game or still think they are on the best shape it has ever been f sizes.la l t Boxed Gift Day long protection

I t t SALOON television trying to .become good I when Sam wad president of the colors. ( Roll-on, Stick, SprayGift
!'( I actors. We look for the Gators to I League", said ,Phil. This is the Christmas StationeryBeautiful Reg. A AAC
Ir I FLORIDA'S OLDEST upset Richmond Saturday and if I opinion of many people whether BILLFOLDS
r AND MOST HISTORIC they can, score all they can, became they were as close as Phil and Wrap 4 For pastel paper. sse Lit
I 4 f aviriitMleftf Haqt tor the they have to face the "Bear"j Sam or not Assorted Styles Fine quality.
f in lever es Choice of colors and
joetf & *
and the Tide is still
next Saturday
111 ATLANTIC AVE FWNAJONA I didn't clean: We talked to Archie Carter this designs. ,J 01 F
because they
i -J r, ,h- 'r.' ...-. mad, ., I week remember and many Archie:of you as local a basketball people 6 big 4H I19 87 't Fuel\ ,_,_2 R 2 sr 2R l19Gift Terry Toons

-- I or football official. Archie rolls. . . I -__ 8 m m 50' Rolls I
I was telling about playing Fernan .
THE 1964 COMETS I dina in football back in 1931. He Cotton Balls 69c.Refi CARTOONMOVIES
said the only team to defeat his Wrap Bows m QQSelfstick \1250 ; M

I Commodores from Jacksonville ._
AND MERCURYS ARE HERE I i that year was Fernandina and the bicking... VWpe p Fun For Whole Family ;

,I local during team the handed season.them Archie two losses said Seamless I Nylons I 2 t 139 I Popular Characters like .. -:

'I Oct. 4 ; those Ferreira boys were rough, Big Christmas package of 200 '* Beigetone, Toastone Shades. R Deputy Danr
Friday I fine ball players and he can remember ;' 33 Heckle & Jeckle 1,95Flashlight 1
I Jake Bunch being on the 44 Seals, Tags & Cards_... Reg. Playing Cards OS 98c Little Rascals
I i team. He said, "Curt, you remember :
:' Open House Continues those games, don't you." __ 79c Color, design choice. MR -. .. ._
''I replied, "Archie, I was still in
diapers when you guys were playing Reg. $2:49 TYson
R Thermometer ,
Coffee Cokes DonutsBE i ball" Can you imagine these ) ; 9 fever 63c ,

than guys I trying amt to Just make because meolder I play [(,1"J Fountam Syringe .8geOral or Rectal Case Included ...

SURE TO REGISTER, ed ball with them when I was 17 in
and they were 40, doesn't make us 1td.;. + ; o05h 5 43c
FOR 1210 VALUABLE PRIZES the same age.,Gee, Whiz. I ., r il- I .wpausr Filler Paper 2 IS

ALL7ED AT OVER $200QOO.OO f The Fernandina* Beach* Band I ,: ij ij1=11 guarantee_._____ 1"R ;. 120 Bob | Safety-gin plastic head
will lead through the
a parade
I. downtown streets Friday after.I .-=.1 ;& Water Bottiei" 39c JT Reg
2 ,
i i LASSERRE ; noon beginning at four thirty in Dlaek or ; 7I}
;front of the Junior High School
Your Ford Dealer Since 1910 I I I
i building. It should help the fans J

j _, .. ... 'get into a good football frame of -

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Page Eight .::; News.Leader, Fernandina ,Beach, Florida Thursday, October 3, 19B3igtffifpBowling =. _. . .... I ."',..,. -.. -- .... .... : -------, -- j I

T L C ty ----- J ;i DANDY REGULAR. OR 'QUICK 5 lb. Bag .. I!

4 58 Extra#tf Green Stamps
i I 1 League or !19c ONE FROZEN SOUTHERN

I BY H.BY D: ELLIS, 'JR.Total (Limit 1 of each please) Chocolate Cake T !I

No. 6 7' 4 a 8591 $ AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
Beach Bar 7% 41. 8343'I 1r frS 71 ,'1, I ..
I Morris & Payne Body Shop i t C.u
t t 7 5 8149 5* EACH UBBY'S FRUIT
-Si No. 4 5 7 8301 I 303 $ MHJfflHHJg
4 I
5 7 8086 !,1 I .f/
Becker's Drugs : OCKtaII 5 CANS
t w Hadden. .... Lanes 4 8 '83521 o i H&taSMfV1TH.TH15 .a101 s
No. 6 1 f" 3105 r.. 303 $ Two Picas FRCIEN GOLD KINO
Morris & Payne 29711 Peas CANS 9
Beach Bar 23331I Puppies
J. Lynn E (689; 303 $ AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
1 1s ',11. Wilson 681t .PjlpDUCTJO N j D. Ue 1derson 651J IS'GROWING,RXPIOLV-1 e :

J I I No.6't't;high' ,{Team.. t: Game, 1O-t8 I II 1 9ND ONLY JO //AlSSISSlPf 1 t \ I
I.. i Morris & Payne. OOtl
Beach Bar 978 .Cattle Must Have I a iI i
ugh, Ind., Game 'rtjjS VjTXttlEMEFlTlS' I I I
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C. Green"f 263H. yY
Wilson 256 JAADE*'BY SEVERAL FlORIDA< : E I Ii V Sweet
J. Williamson '243'Illgh : II i
1 included/
Scratch. Bowlers. i I I r. | Hickory GREEN ,
'" 208-605
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II, .Wilson) 221-5851 i f Smoked
D. Anderson 202573J P I44MiiM I
t Williamson '2i6-5M I ,
4 y
C. Green 231-5-18 I k
rI R. Madden ,208-539: '
t i K. Skidmore .. :197523J
Pccett) 171-513 f
T. Tilman 196-510 i
.C. Hodge 181-500! I IL ., I J'j

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Total !tyrdaY ,1sFJr$'
.' Teams W L Pins ,: C 0.
1. Reddy Kilowatt \ 6 3'6287 I '
2. Hadden Lanes 4 5 6433 DaytofSeapiEohDove | SALE ;
3. Land & Williams 4 5 6454 I :
I 4. Beach Bar'I 5 5455 I 1 "I Err t.
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High Team Single Games HuntingTALLAHASSEE [ \ ._ AGR1CUlTORF ,:
W/HCP. ;*
Land Williams 673 Florida's fLB/1 '
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L Beach Bar 666 dove hunters will take to the fieldat I I ; BAG ,1
'. Land Williams 889 12:00: noon Saturday, October I '-.0
Beach Bar 863 5, when the first phase of the I Souce, Olive! SHAN )
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3 Games 1963 dove hunting j I
I I High Team migratory sea- j 6-oz.
II CP. in 63 counties, accord ) LB. :
WI son opens I PKGS. 491. "
Und & Williams' 1863 ing to A. D. Aldrich, director,i : HALF. r
Beach Bar 1823 Game and Fresh Water Fish Com
[ j
Hadden Lanes 2573 mission. I i SUNNYLAND SMOKED HAMSWhoIe0rButtHf1B49
Land & Williams 2511 Hunting will be allowed everyday :I
\ High Team, Ind..Single_ .. from 12:00 noon until sunset l
'I, *W/HCP. through November 3 in most ; ; : $1.00t.
Carolyn Rowland 194 counties. Counties in which first- I I II .,. .
j Velma Hodge 181 phase dove hunting will not be allowed I t : _, :..: W.".. ___.-: < _...:_. :>.}:.:.. ::. '.. .1.._ ,::::f::
Carolyn Rowland 214 i are Glades, DeSoto, Hardee, 1
Velma Hodge 212. I Hendry,and that portion of Franklin I, f ,I
High; Ind. 3 Games .1 County 'known as Alligator fI
\ W/HCP. PointDove :I f't fI I i Fancy Red Jonathan -
50 Exfra"Green
'J II Carolyn Rowland 476 hunters will be allowed a Stamps ,
fJ Velma Hodge '476 daily hag limit of 10, with a totalpossession I I I : >VITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE W'
,' Velma H&ge 569! yunit pf 20.( Hunter II II I 't'tt j l APPL.E.S THREE PKGS FROZEN :
Carolyn Rowland jf$3G must possess valid hunting' licenses 'tf'tj f Fish. k'tSEA
Sheffield available'from all County I
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5.7.10 Split I Judges. Shotguns must be tagged 'tJ ,
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II i1' Harrell' Showing New Ramblers! For 19 6 4 Here Today I I proved; .riding qualities : ; i JT large., objects.* -J; !:. "'Cargo F*capacity f"-_"--'is' shUt tram 1. ions are -.standard 1 I

I I "R hill l interior room has been. j increased from C4 to '75 cubic .thnHigl oot the [ne. Optional
greatly increased through important -I Ifeet. transmissions include manual
770. The new two-door Classic the Adjust-0-Tilt steering wheel, body changes, the Am Sedans, hardtops and convert with overdrive, E-Stkk wits or .
hardtop is available only as a II l which remits easier entry and erican's common-sense balance in ibles have a center rear gas fil \Vitheut overdrive, Flash-O4latic i
r Rambler Line for 1964 Introduced "!?. I"xit with seven optional positions economy and performance con- her cap located below the trunk t aatMtttk and Twin-Stick Floor
The standard Ambassador engine I I to suit the driver's pr*!ferpcce. tinues to be emphasized in the lid. The gas filler cap on tatioa Shift I
on all models except the 270- I The seven vertical p .sifcn new design," Coupe said. "The I, wagons is on the side of the j 1 INTERIOR STYLING I
9 a horsepower 990-H hardtop is a include normal, pins three above i total American concept is a car ;'1 right rear fender. I!I )Every model and sexes: has new I II
horsepower V8. The 270- [ And three below in five-degree .specifically designed, to meet the I The 1964 American extends I jcpbeUter? materials and each !j.> I
I horsepower engine is optional 'on I: Cerements. The position can be I''srow nsr demand for personal I chassis lubrication: requirements '.ditfertiveljr different. The 220
: other, .:Ambassador models. I' ('.h. sed at anT time, even while transportation with more convenience !ito 33,000 miles or three years, Anew ,I modus have a silv.er.black uphol-
t The\ standard Classic six-cy-I. drivne) bv rainnsr a small lever ; and luxury features." i front suspension design requires I stir color combination. Six color
linder engine develops 127-horsepower ;' ojv the Wt s'de: of the steering i New American features includea 1 no lubrication forte... life !! selections are offered on 330
I with a 138horsepoweroption column. This option is available new body of 'advanced single- ,of the car. I models and eight seleettoas ar;
: available. The cast iron ,on any Classic or Ambassador unit construction; curved glass: The 1964 American is offeredin offered on $30 ntodels and eight
I 'block is standard with an alum- "inde'' equinned; wth power steer : side windows; a sevenfold increase I 10 models. i it I Is $e6tons are offered on 440 and440H
:j inum. .block engine optional fir H"< either Flash: -0-Matic or I ia galvanized metal for American 220 and 330 models, models.A .
I The Classic V-8 engine which'I Twin-Stick. i| creater rust resistance; new j I include two and four-door sedans I wide selection of seat typesis
; became a popular option ia the I Ii COMPACTS : front suspens'on; 33,000 mile or i and "four.-doo station wagons; ,; offered, iaefeKling full-ens ion,
models American Motors three year lubrication intervals\ : full-back non-reclininf; full-!ush-
\ i 1963 continues to be ofi today announced t 440 models include two-door convertibles j
i fered in 1964. It is rated at 1&8-I its newest version: of the new Powr-Guard.: "24" battery and hardtops and four- ion. Ut-back'recliBing; indiv;d-
J 11) ,horsepower. with a d'd'snlacement, origins! compact car that touched with: interceJJ. ;'ccn truction for I door sedans, and the 44}-H is:'& ]ally adjusUbJe, split slim- ciwbioit bucket,
:quicker starting and longer life, split-back repining;
.. of ,287 cubic inches. This option I off major changes in the automobile two-door hardtop. !Ii
_; w ,,- '. includes a.V-8 drive-line and1 I and many other features to improve ;'reclining w th center console'and
I ; industry. I' i Eleven colors "
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.- 1> cs.1> \.. 1''b\iP." r '< <." .. ,..., t ponents. wholly transformed in appear : !which are :standard for ay Americans. I Rear seats are of coil spring
The 1961 Americans sale
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I A new "Shift-Command" Flash : ance, with ifs first complete I In addition\ a total ,of: construction, as are front seats
1964 Rambler Classic and Ambassador lines I power ranges from 127 to 198 on Classics and 0-Matic transmission is offeredas body change since the series way Thursday. October 3. 42 two-tone color combinations{ for rreater comfort and soport
II feature fresh new styling and more luxurious. 250 to 270 on Ambassadors. Rambler's noted ; a new option on Ambassadors introduced in 1950. Its overall Advanced unit construction i I are Coffered as an option.} :
interiors. Shown is the Classic station wagon, the long-life features continue as standard equipment. and Classic 770 Y- 'g snipped.! 1 Ipn : th has} been increased from which! was introduced (,;. th- 1"+V5:t '. Three six-cylinder engines and
most popular model in the Rambler line. Horse-' The new models will go on display October. 3.. with slim bucket slats: ar.d, center ''173 to 177 inches,' with all of the Classic and Ambassador, has I s'x transmissions are available .on I
I console. This new floor-shift, added inches "going: into greater been extended to the 19G4 American. -:. 1JXJ4 Americans. I .OYSTERSMAIL
.* ,'if I system can be operated as a, fulJy : passenger comfort and more us- An head engine which develops I' .
I American Motors today an. the past model year and new of-. series, available 'as a Six 'fj j nounced new and broadened 10(5-( I 'er the motorist the things he The new hardtops{ feature ,a I can be shifted manually throughthe sheet metal" according represents the most advanced': on the 220 and 330 models. A'
Rambler Classic and Ambassador an get in other cars, plus lower fastbaek". roof which flows at a three gear ratios for added to Thomas A. Coupe, vice president concept of single-unit: Construction J25-hprsepower overhead valve
L U lines elative* price and the special ad- rakish anele! into the. body I ard- control and performance. I of automotive sales. i i in the industry," Coupe said. engine is standard: on the 440 I SURF .
Styling refinements, new hard 'ant"ges of trim design tops are 1.2 jncies., Jower than The regular Flash-0-Mayo automatic ;( "For example; hiproom in the "The. entire body is stronger, I models and optional on the 230
top models and new convenient'options "The extension: and broadening sedan models. transmission and the and RESTAURANT
I rear seat has been increased 12 longer lasting quieter. I and 330 models. The 440-H hardtop I
are prominent among tf compact appeal! for 1914; on'irms All. Ambassadors include a full floor-mounted Twin-Stick trans-1 j' inches and carga space in station -:. American station wagons feature has! a standard lS8orae.pov ; -I Across From Ocean Pier
) the advances.t both AmericarMotors' the rising popularity of wrao-around instrument panel ; mission and overdrive continue wagons increased nearly 20 : a wider tailgate with roll- r overhead valve .nine
\ top-aell'ng Classic line hose cars. We exrect their sale* crash pad which continues back I as options, as does the automatic -I'I'I per cent," Coupe said. "The sup- down window. The tailgate opening I which is optional on all other i Private Dining Room For
t and the Ambassador! luxury line volume to be boosted by the new ;into the upper portions of the I cluth E-Stick on Classic Sixes.,erior' balance in the new design is nearly a foot wider for increased models.. t Parties, Clubs, Etc.
i; With the company's lowest st Ramblers as well as by the -loors. Other Ambassador features .....
Another : for 1934 i bi has resulted in im- leading Manual column .
rr, priced Rambler, the drastically: .rowin changed} 1964 American that wa -' throrghout. the industry." 'erts on the instrument. panel and I ft A .. ; : ';. ;7 r.na .ur I
announced last week, the com The 19G4 Classics and Amba. loor panels, lower door scuff "4'. L +
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distinct lines of 19C4 compact showrooms Thursday, October 3 the 'floor carpeting, and. 'custom : ... .
I cars that completely span th> I "The 1964 Ambassador 990-IT seats. -- I I rr ., .. &Sd ;' .
f, market for this popular car type. I hardtop is the most luxur'oua ca A new optional feature on the I r "" c' '' "4
J Thomas A. Coupe, vice rr 9i.: I 'ver offered by American Mot'r' \mbassador 990 is a bucket seat
dent of automotive sales, said: *nd will take a too positio* ombination with a special be- t i
"The compacts definitely emerged won( the fine cir! of Ampric"ith ween-seat cushion which per- !i
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type styling will appeal to a' ig armrest for added comfort of i
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c' comparable to the best. ole) replaces the"center cushion 1
I The 990-H includes as stand i i f desired.
LAUNDROMAT' ird equ'oment 270 horsepowo The Ambassador line is : .
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FREE COFFEEFor center arm rests, a floor consol ns, two-door hardtops and the
between the front seats, chrom 90-H two-door hardtop. An op- 4 .
Our Customers I ceiling bows, and many lixur 'onal third seat available. for I
I appointments associated with th he station wagons. .-.J ,
1),) -, Mrs. Kathryn AbelsAttendant prestige car field. Similar body styles are avail- .. Ic' I
The company's top-sel'ing' Car] ble in the Rambler] Classic line, II
i !51!* South Eighth\., treet sic line boasts a new luxury try ''us two-door sedans. Each body I
door hardtop in the popular 77 ,;yle is available as a .550., G60 or 1r
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+ jinning! October 1 1st, 1963 renewal({ cards ', i -

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will have f! been sent) to every registered voter: 1964 RamblerAmerican 440-H hardtop, :.

t 440 convert/We/ 330 station. .wagon ,,
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: return I! card within 30 days from the time you receive ; FRESH NEW SPIRIT OF '641! .-- -- .

it. Just detach the one:! duresse! f to ,Mario NNOUNCING ,RAMB ER '64.all.new, style, pU new luxury I

Bsilay i! Sfruss, fill in; fflfcrrastlon{ asked on beck of f ; ridefull 6-passenger room.
Totally new Rambler Americans with all-new styling, new

card (so sure! to give residence and correct mall-<< ,New exciting Rambler Classics and, Ambassadors, new_ hardtops. new luxury- V8'snew features.

ing address[ and? state yes or no if you own real l : L.Today, see how the Rambler Idea-the idea NEW' t! Rambler Classic hardtop with PLUS! All Ramblers now have 33,000-mile ,

i-:.-, of listening to car owners' wants-pays off choice_ of Six or new 198-hp V-8. Smart or 3-year chassis lubrication; rattle-free

esfGle, in this, .county) and mail at f once. Failure t9 ; i ; f!. 'for 1 you. NEW!t Rambler Anie cans-the ;sedans and Wagons,too. NEW! Exciting new Advanced fighting galvanized Unit Construction steel panels., with See rust-how ,

.. king with all-new beauty, options: 7-position.Adjust.O.TjIt! I steering t
compact economy
; return,. this! card within the 30 day period will all-new 6-passenger room. NEW!Every inch wheel; Shift-Command Flash-0-Matic floor well Rambler Rambler listens to'64 your fills wants your needs. how .

stick for V shift it or it shifts itself. beautifully
new. Smart curved-glass side windows, too. -8s-you ,
convertible. Smart new big.space station wagon, sedan-two newhardtops; one with R AM BL E rD '6 4
end in order to vote will he >>
required to .
you wagons. NEW! All-new ride, with [new sus- 270-hp V-8,' bucket seats console, --
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wheelbase, wider tread and rear center armrests-all standard. Rambler leads because -
pension, longer -
come to the office to be re-instated.

LADIES If have married since 'f ''
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please conte! to the office (cud register under IF WI

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; your married! name.

k ; When we receive your card we will mail .your new

registration card which will b'c; good for the next two 1 .

years. This is dpne in compliance with Election Laws, .

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County High School Blue Devils", are the 1963 Pirate Pikula, Bill> Miller, Duane Rowland, Jim Young, A11an Butch Williams, George Sheffield, Kirby Hendrix, Ilia}. Hic!., Ned Tyson, Richard Nobles, Randy Price, Richard 'iO
gridders. of, Fernandina Beach High School Left to Cover, Barry Rice, David O'Steen, Beryl Rice, Chug,. mond Rowland, Chip Wood, Curtis McCorsley, Joe Thrift, Schcmas, Tcmmy Clark, Steve Beckett. .

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Twelve Ne\\' -Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida_ i Thursday, October. 3, 1963

i s I BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH- '-- 19.6 40ldsmobiles Will Go On Display At Reynolds Friday

r If At The Churches 42)John,South 6ih:bum' .
Ret O'.NtiL Pastor "'.4 -

1 .. Sunday :Services:: : : '. I Oldsmobile'a new Jetstar 88, Oldsmobile's J entry in the low
,i FIRST ASSEMBLY OP GOD PRINCE OF PEACE IVIH\ ) A.M. Sunday School i along with the new F-85's, Dyna. I M price field, the F-85 for 1964
Rer. E. A. Lewis, Pastor LUTHERAN CHURCH 1 mic and Saper 88's, 92's aid -
ilLH A.M.-\Morning Worstir will be displayed along with all
10.00( ; ..m. __ Sunday School i Donald R. Himmelman, Pastor 6:3U: p.ifl. _i_ B.T.U. Starfires, will be on display at other 1964 Oldsmobile models, at
li.Ou ajn. Worth!? Service Phone 261-5634 7:00 KM. Men's Prayer Service dealer showrooms across the nation dealer showrooms. across the nation -

fi':30:: p.m. C. A. Youth Service Sunday School -. 9:45 a. m. l:sO p.m. -2'.Evening. i. Worship on Fr.day October 4, it uasannounced'today i! on Friday October 4, it was
730: p.m. Evangelistic Service Worship Service ...._ 11:00 a. .in. tuesC: -i': by J. F. Wcl.- announced today% by J. F. Wolfram .
Thursday mid week service t '* i:00 p.m. _. Visitation ram, Oldsmobile's general manager ,men. a Oldsmobile's general man
7:30 p.mI CHURCH OF GOD OF t '* '* and a vice president of Gen ager and a vice president; of

I PROPHECYRev. ST. MICHAEL'S; CATHOLIC eral.', Motors., i General Motors.
I I CHURCH "The new Jetstar 83, lower-'iI ii "The F-85,1 Wolfram said "isa
H. C.. Drury, Pastor i
CUCH Rer. W. J. Holmes, Pastor priced companion to Oldamobils's totally new automobile styled
10:00 a.m. Sunday Schuol 1 I other famous I designed with
j Rev John Doiier, Pastor iuiiUdy Mass 2ud, 4th high performing for more beauty,
11 a.ra. __ Morning Service Wolfram said "is interior measurements
.__L_ SS.'st" powered : greater !
Sunday ScimoL _. $;45 A.M J 7:45p.m.: ?._,?. Even :Kg Service j Sunday Mass .7:30 1st 3rd jn.ounday i 61 jh new Jetfire Rocket. engine _- ''t ...,. ', for maximum utility, and power-
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Youth Meetings GOO: P.M. 7:45 p.m. Wednesday, 5th an ultra-high compress, ?d by a-brand new engine for
-\Vor hip Services; 11:00 A. M vice for young people. I Sunday, 11:30 a.m. 330 cubic inch member of the more performance.
Monday, Young People 7
--- I Daily -. 8 a.m.p.m. Rocket engine family. i "The F-85," he added, "is a

i : : : j oaturday Convent Chapel "In addition," he said: "our I greater value than ever before,
i I I with leg-room, headroomand
/ il J ;idO Communion in Convent dealers will also be shown; ? more
Oldsmobile's new medium price entrance room.
6:30 P.M. Young People'sMeeting.
: : LISTEN r TO II .- class sports-car the Jetstar I, : 3a t "It is styled"to present a clean,
.. powered by the bg: powerful I sharp image Wolfram said
I I Starfire engine. "with the immediately recognu-
"All 1964 Oldsirobiles," Wolfram able 'action' look of Oldsmobile
Cor. 4th and Cedar Sts.
continued, "are designed! h''' : from every angle.
UTfiE VOICE 1 1I i Gv. L. Marvin Johnson Pastor j I
Phone 261.3807 I meet the most discriminating : 0. MA "In engineering: design too"he
I tastes of the buyer, with brilliant : I added, "the F-85 is a completely -
tO:00 a.m. Sunday School; ,] styling and excitng per- Jetstar I, Oldsmobile's new medium priced Starfire engine, the Jetstar I is equipped with I new car, with its own
11:00 a.m. Morning Service i formance; to appeal to the young sports car for 1964, features sharp, sculptured a new chambered dual exhaust system, in industry new'chassis and power train and
I /J E, Friday Evening '1::i0 p.m. } styling with roof design similar to the Starfire exclusive. Bucket seats and II
'of con bod -frame construc
: Of THE GOSPEL"t age's. f. independent yI
I ?:30 pew ._ Evening Service coupe. Powered by Oldsmobile's 315-horseponer sole are standard on this new Oldsmobile modi!. i tion..
i Wolfram 'said the Jetstar 831
t Prayer meeting Wednesday I .1. .1. J.. .
I will be produced m a 4-door I "- J i "The F-83's new Jetfire Rocket
7:30 p.m: \ applied to a production automotive For 'C4, the unmistakable tinctive and elegant than "
i, ; | sedan, hardtop sedan, coupe and appearance. ever i engine, Wolfram said, "gives exceptional -
engine.: The' new engine develops read.T-to-go Oldsmobile lookis Wolfram said, "is the most mag- : in this
EVERY SUNDAY 10:3911:00 AM. convertible, on a full-size Oldsmobile performance
: I ST. I'LTKR-S El'ISC01.ALtlHUnCII ,i j body and a spec'al 123- [I > 245 horsepower with a apparent in every model, in jnificent' car Oldsmoble has ever [ car. The engine a light-we'ght!
j !inch wheelbase chassis. The 10.25 to 1 compression ratio. every series. produced.. A new rear quarter I least-iron V-8, uses the most advanced .
: : RADIO! STATION WAP I The Rev. James D. Ellisor Rector I ]is designed for the increasing car ; "The engine is teamed," he "From the new Jetstars to the profile further emphasizes the I foundry techniques and

i 5:30 A.M. Hcly communion I II number of "up and coming"younger continued, "with an entirely new magnificent 98's," he added 'each ; long leek look of this most 1-ix- [l is produced in Oldsmobile's Rocket -
,.\ S 1570 ON YOUR DIAL I 10uO: A.M. Choral Eucharist families. It is a lightercar j'automatic transmission, the Jet. series is highlighted by the .use I urious, Oldsmobile series. | Engine plant"
: 11:15 A.M. Church School I' fleet in appearance, and away, consisting of an automatic of ,spec-fie: grilles, rear bumpers, "An industry exclusive on 1961Starfires 1 Wolfram said the new 330
;I bOO: P.M. Episcopal Young : gear: shift and a torque, am- rear quarters, tail lamp assemblies and the new JetstarI .
I fleet in action with its new lightweight ;: i i cubic inch, engine for F-85 models
i Churchmen I ';plifying feature which permits and the placement and shape ," Wolfram s.aid. "is.a newly
cast-iron: Jetfire Rocket delivers 230 horsepower and
Reacting! THE BIBLE THE BLO.OD '; (This is the schedule of every'I'V-8 engine. extra performance without downshifting of accent trim, including newly developed'chambered exhaust system uses regular grade gasolines. The
'I Sunday with the exception of the designed rocker panel moldings to emphasize 'the Starf: 1
t. ) last of the "The Jetfire Rocket is a com- Cutlass Sports coupe and Cutlass
I Sunday month he continued "Wherever you drive with the "The new Jetstar I," Wolfram i of muted power'.
,I 'pletely new engine, I [ convertible, along with the new-
't THE BLESSED HOPE LAST SUNDAY MONTH OF THE ( "capping a long list of engineering ;i Jetaway said Wolfram, "you said "i'equipped with bucket: : "Powering the new Jetstar I," jly introduced Cutlass: Holiday

7:30 A.M. firsts by Oldsmobile.It get the same immediate response Ii seats and console, and t roof styl- he continued, "is the 345-horse.I I coupe, are powered by an ultra-
I Holy Communion
I 10:00 A.M. Morning Prayer embodies an inverted 'A' cylinder i]i because of the transmission's automatic jng similar to the Starf re coupe. i. power ultra-high compression ,high compression, 290 h.p. Cut.
I ; and Sermon block contruction and integrated i adjustment to altitude "The Starfire has been dramatically ((10.5:1)) Starfire engine. lass engine, equipped with a four-
: 'I A.M. Church School manifold and engine and temperature changes. changed," he continued, I "Big, powerful 394-cubic-inch barrel carburetor and designed
MINOR! HAWK SpeakerNationally ; 5:00 P.M. Episcopal Young cover for a new standard of<, The Jetaway automatic, and 3- "to accentuate its performa"C3image. Rocket engine, Wolfram add I for use with premium fuels
Churchmen quietness of operation. It is outstandingly ,II and 4-speed transmissions with The rear rocf supporting; : ed, "are standard on all Dynamic I "For those buyers," he said,
smooth due to the I, floor controls are available as ex stucture is designed to further : and Super 83's and 98's. Horse- "who are primarily interested in
( Known Author Educator Evangelist) CALVARYPTIST* rigidity of the crankcase and: tra-cost options. A 3-speed col I, stress the sharp, crisp lines of i power goes up to 330, with compresr'on I fuel economy and low price, Oldsmobile -
CHURCH j crankshaft. A new combustion umn-shift transmission is standardon I the concave rear window. In the : ratios as high as 10.25to offers a new 155-horsc-
Bailey RoadJ. chamber promotes instantaneous\ : all Jetstar'88's.. jlowfer body a functonal: engine 1." power V-6 engine. With our.6,
C. I
Sunday School 10 A.M. I ignition. The cyj'nder' block cast- i I "There hre many other new and :j compartment air outlet is placed i Even greater performance in Oldsmobile engineers, long noted
O1DENOMIATIQNAL Morning I ing is manufactured by a foun-i-i I wonderful things about the 1064 i(I directly behind the front whee1 ; Dynamic;) and Super 88's is gained for their skills: in the reductionof
Worship 11 A.M. '
eI P.M.I I dry process called 'hot-box cor- ;:, Oldsmobiles," Wolfram continued'opening. Inboard driving lamps through the use of a new rear noise and vibration have ac.I -
Evening Service 7:30 '
1 \ & ft-b in?', the first time Old mobi1e's j j"Styling' is brilliant, fresh and .! are sports-car styled. axle ratio, 3.08 to 1. .I hieved new standards of smooth-
adaption of this process has been new, with the accent on youthful "The 98 for 19C4, more dis- F-85 ness and quietness.
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: Kenneth L Jones, Minister
Sunday: Bible Study 10:00 a.m.

Morning Worship ..11:00 a.m.

x L QIY''II _Y Tuesday Evening: Singing Worship Practice_ 7:00_ p.m.p.m.73G for 84. hMflluiufWllf Iff stors from UlIIIIlIII.fJiIfERf / '

(Held at various members homes)

9 : .. Wednesday; Mi4-Week Bible .
Study. _l...____ 7:30 p.m. '
Thursday: Ladies Class 10:30 aon. : THE
(Held at various members homes. ) I AGHDNJf' .

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J. W. Keen Pastor ur I f f.I. 'r

J:45 a.m.. Sunday School) I 1: .

J1:00 a.m. Morning Worship I ',:dN' j. .

I 5:30 p.m. Training Union I : '.'. .
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A. F. Gfrhhardt Pastor
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; : 9:00 .a.m. Sunday School'TABERNACLE ..' l ..5- ,

I I : iJ ya 'CHURCH BAPTIST ; JetS/Dr I Bdlbant DelY spods coupe ID Euls lily cscass! Jetstar 88 Hnud new IuU-slle 8i sMss..ataaewawry pdee!
Amelia Road Phone %61.3181J
: ; ,J Uev. .Loyd Chambers, Pastor You're looking at Oldsmobile's new high performer-Jetstar I'! It'ipowered Just out-the Jetstar 88 series companion to the famous high-
: LUCITE Sunday School -10"Lm. by the famous 394-cubic-inch Starfire V-8 Engine features performing: Dynamic and Super 8Ss;! Jf i introduces a brand new 330-(
? House paint Morning Worship __ 11 a.m. distinctive roofline..;sporty bucket seats..center control console! cubic-inch Jetfire Rocket V-8. Four sparkliagJeistar: 88 models 9r in all!

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II A major.bra A kt ro nh in hOOc.'ijJ' paint Nelson CHURCH P. Moyer, Pastor

i 9:45 a.m. _..._ Sunday School
11:00 ajn. Morning Worship

;((1 New I.Dn Pont LUCITE j 6:15 p.m. .-. JMYF Supper &: Programs- '

| 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship
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i HDUSePaint. = l t": CIIURCn'Rtf. Y 'Y'L V

A. Z. Knight, Pastor.

Sunday School 9:45 a.m.I' .

Now the spectacular'benefits of "incite" for the exterior Morning Worship 11 a.m

: of your home! New "Lucite" House Pain forms a tough, I' 11:00 7:30 ajn. Morning Service

durable shield that resists Grading chalking dirt and fad I p.m.* Evangelistic Service
: ing better than oil base paints. Flows ,.. .
on effortlesslywithout 7:30'p.m. Wednesday V.LB. HgnrfioM MW kwdtop M of *f*
tiring brush drag. Dries in minutes to a lovely flat. finish People + ,orb '" *,q''" :ri"'' 'yaPt yG MV f 15 (:allow .04.l", 'a IPdI.a l .

without the temporary shine of old fashioned paints. No 7:45 1-. Prayer Meeting

\ special solvents needed.clean up with soap aniwater.For '- *' ? .. 'rI

every surface-wood, masonry, cement block. Needs no NORTH Hth STREET -* asy yam nosing ale ac New V-hive of activity! V-8 for action I IV-6 for economy I % '

I primer if old paint is in good shape. BAPTIST CHURCH Meet the more-for-the-money car of year-Olds F-85! More .
$8 55 Rev. Ran Humphreys, Pastor roominess thanks to ten extra inches in length! More action from a
12 BEAUTIFUL COLORS AND 9:45 a.m. --. Sunday School new Jetfire Rocket V-8 and smooth new Jetaway DriYel!* More savings
11:00 Morning. Worship from a brand new Econ-O-Way V-6 Enginej jfore com/o'/and
INTERMIXES t MOST COLORS,. L- OAUFOR 7:00 jun _, ,_____ B.T.U. readability from a three-inch-longer wheelbase; rugged GuardBeamFrame
t \ 8:00 1pm. '..!, Evening Worship + and a wider stance than ever! Pius more'featuret i. more

: $2.52 7:30 pjn. Mid.WeekSenices. fashion more of everything!Step into your Oldsmobile Dealer's
ALL EXTERIOR TRIM: DU PONT Wednesday .. SteppB l'P IAsh8 Stepped up In EP OrfflasClltoday and step out in a more-for-the-money F85!r roeao II!*h coli
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I ( REYNOLDS MOTOR CO, 232 South Eighth St.

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-r- JEEP FOR SALE In good ton.i THREE BEDROOM house at 1321

' i dition. Phone 225-5439. 03c'1 North 14th St Phone 2614634. Lsdownsrs Urged YA .C ult.ait
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i GENE LITTLER woods 1,2%, THREE LARGE ROOMS, furnish. To Visit Area

.&5 Per word.15 'minicmiaCarfl ,3%, 4%, $50. Top Flite irons, ed or unfurnshed.: Newly dec. To Place Orders i

Thanks.' Revolutions I thru 9, $60. For light swngcr.I : orated. % mile N. of Billiard. I Assistant State Service Offcer TERMITES ? !

and Similar Notices __Call Bill Childs, 261-4718. tIc I' Phone 845-35C6; 03c Joseph Crawford will be at the

U3 per word $LOO minimum I TWO BEDROOM HOME NICELY 'FURNISHED clean !,sr-Seacliiigsfow d( office Thomas of G.County Hall Service 11 North Officer 4th,

Ca! 26U3686 or 2613687'or LIVING ROOM, kitchen and bath. apartment One bedroom, living Street, on Monday, October 7, 2

t place ad at office Two-car garage and extra large room, kitchen, back porch, gar Nassau County Ranger Olin D. to 4 p.m.Veterans.

room downstairs. Completely age. Excellent ocean view. Year I : Mercer advises all landowners who
511 Ash Street II I
t weatherstripped, insulated. Fur round. 255 S. Fletcher. tie f ) plan to plant pine seedlings to and their dependents ,
I I order them I wishing an appointment with 1 1II :
nished. On 70 as soon as poss'ble. i
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sewerage. II Wtrift lartd Hnuti Mifrtl triuiutiu" ,'
.. 125 lot. 1675 S. Fletcher. $10- :. I Shipping will start November Crawford may arrange one by j

.EORSALE.., 850. j, }y"' TED 27th. There are a few days left to I II calling Hall at 201-4200. II j $5000 GUARANTEE/

i place your seedling orders, so be I -

tWO BEDROOM, frame construe- THREE BEDROOM HOME I I FULL TIME MAID ith own' j sure to pet them in in time for i Nursery only) $10.00' M red I Ajilnil Fuiuri Termite! Dllllicao
per ;
tion. Located on 2 acres choice LIVING ROOM, dining area, kit transportaton.: Phone 21-4311'1(; the 1963.64 planting season, MEr. .
I cedar and Arizona }M
land. Blackrock Rd. Partly fur chen and utility room. Carport, I 03p cer advises. cypress

nished. Contact JOHN FREE. large landscaped yard, fenced !_ f'N Application forms may be obtained not be included on the same appli- Ia.honey

MAN. $7,200. OlOc backyard. $10,250. Must be seen I 0II from the nearest Florida cation with other species. -

1 to be appreciated. 207 S. 15th II I _HELP. WANTED Forest Service office, County When seedlings are deliveredby Tcrminix Co

1955 PLYMOUTH Belvedere con. St. Agent, or ASC office. Payment nursery there will be additional

: vertible.! R&H, new vinyl top. I INSURANCE DEBIT Fernan must accompany all seedling order i cost of 33c: per M. Any portion SERVICE SINCE 1930

Good condition. Only' $275.00. YULEE II dma Beach. Salary plus commission applications. Check or money under 1,000 seedlings will also

Phone 2C1-3932. .. 03p ATTENTION, Terminal Paper : for man 2535. Car nec order should be rnaie payable to require the 35c J 1nmum'chafge.: : : For FREE Inspection
-- -- Bag .Co. Beautifully t.V FLORIDA' BOARD OF FOR-
Delivery point for this afta' from
I Call Thos. D. Crisp,
40 HP ELECTRIC start Johnson landscaped home in Yulee with lect essary., 768-2285, Jacksonville e.I.1 I ESTRY. Baker nursery will be at Dins- Phone Jacksonville!

outboard motor run only 3 3 bedrooms, living room, dining 6 \ Seedling prices for this year' more (Duval County Fire Control
hours. Mr. Connelly. 2615751.ttc room, kitchen. Washroom and will be': Pine (all snecies) $tOO I Headquarters.) v CQU.ICTEL4-17S3

I workroom in back yard. Entire I per M; red cedar and Arizona cv- ------ .

: lot 120x100 fenced in. $10,000, MISCELLANEOUSLICENSED 5.g I press $8.00 per M; Catalna" ..OOi ) -_-------- -- --

ALL ;FURNITURE ITEMS must Will trade for 2 or 3-bedroom Wai. :JHIS ISrtT( QOIriG!! TO XA.jE" i ner M; all other species (Juniper,

go Saturday only. Shiell'sSwapShop home in Fernandina Beach.tr' I Tupelo Gum Eucalyptus Rnbusta, tasulate
16 North 4th. -trtr I Eucalyptus Camaldulensis, Munson ... r. .
Good care, 612 Beech St. Phone r .
'53 CHEVY convertible, straight 2614396. tfc I Your Ho'nJc'
OVER 1600 SQUARE feet -
stick, new top. $150.00. Phone j construction 3 bed- I I be entered a3inst you for the relief
,.famlly room living room I With Reetovoble! Cbsr
room3 help with your drink. You are father notified thit the ni- !( cSTORM
and dining room. Two tile baths, II OF ELECTION LV TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF TOE! tnre of It*H suit te D'vorce. The naerf
11 FT. FISHING BOAT. Good ing problem. Write Box 338, IN SPECIAL TAX II
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Qt'\I'\ the. Court in which this suit las
condition. $50. 'See at 2922"S. deep well, 100* x 100 lot $12,600' I City or Phone JaL El 6-7700. SCHOOL DISTRICT NUMBER I, TilE STATE OF }FLORIDA AND beer? ,in';tijuted is, Circuit' <"urt
ott. NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA FOR NASSAU COUNTY. IV CHAN Fcurth Judicial Circuit. Nassau! C'U'1-1
Fletcher Sat. afternoon WJNDOWS
Sun. tfc -
: or FOREST HILLS I Tee following resolution, calling an CERY.: CASE NO. 2731 tv. Florida and the abbreviated t'tfe'f '
day. 03p I election to be held in Special fax CATHERINE SIMPSON RICIIO, this cue is Picho vs. Rich'V Jt is I ,
._ __ BEAUTIFUL?HOME on Highland HOME MADE POUND cakes, School District No. 1. of Nassau County Plaintiff, hereby jeered: that this: Notice sI1

: CLOSING OUT SALE -- everything I Drive, 75 x< 207 Jot Jhree bedrooms 'I layer and, birthday cakes, pies. I Florida was adcpted at a regular VI. ,he pubysi'edionpe.a; for i"ur (4). I Jalousie Door Size Only $4.25
meeting .cf The Board .cf Public. In. EDDIE LEE RICIIO, c"! eC'Jtve1'M'k in th'! F MTIWJIIVsch I
goes Saturday. Shiell's large paneled den, liv I All kinds. Call Patricia Lodge. struction of Nassau County, Florida ". Defendant. New& Leider! a. newspaper of
Shop 16 Noith 4th St. ing" room: dining room, kitchen, 2K1-5332. 'tic I II reld at its offices in the Nassau County NOTICE TO DEFENDTO ".n.er circuit in s,l Swap ,
central heat and air-condition- I Courthouse. Fernandina Beach : EDDiE-LEE-RICHO (' ?J"tv jn :Fc>rnandiIu Beach Nassau I' Five R 0 LnV Ph.
I Horida, the 11th day of 1'epteu.berA. 2201 North 19th Street em- F"ri'a Points ; l\Uf'T
GENUINE WILD MINK scarf fnl '. Carpet and custom drapes. FLOOR SANDING and refinish. D., 19G3. Philadelphia ,32, Pemsylvania WrrTESI; nv hand pn RESOLUTION NO. 61 You are hereby nctifled that a suit "'iti Circuit C-'urt-r-f Nassau C"'nn'\. ,
beautifully matched skins. See $129.00 : month. ing. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson.
per HE IT ENACTED BY THE BOARDOF in equity has been! brought gainst I f'lo'i. w" the ,'*>! of the V" C"IJ'I't
at 217 Atlantic.! 03p PETE INGRAM, Salesman Phone 2614609. tic PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF NAS-- you by Catherine Simpson Richo, in ..t, Fi'rnan"ipa r..ct Ni"x 'I"t" --- -+- -- -
L. L. Bohannon, Broker SAU COUNTY FLORIDA that -the the Circuit Court, Fourih Judicial Circuit Florida, ""n the JCt' """ ft September.
County Board shall publish once each .Court. Fourth Judicial Circuit !in /?/ a 0. OXJY .
DONT MISS our closing out sale 13 North 4th 'Phone: 261.5269 week for four successive weeks, no and for Nassau County, Florida, and Clerk "f the Cirnit: r"irt, 'a ''l -' s
Saturday. Shiell's Swap Shop, PUBLIC NOTICE more than43 days nor less than 30 ; you -are hereby commanded ordered In ', nd For N;? s"u O'lit'1.
16 North 4th St. BRAND NEW 753 pound capacity days: prior to: the date set for the..bien I and required to file your written Answer At FeTtandi"; lieach Florida I
chest freezer. 1 NOTICEThe nial election far Trustees of Special I or defense to the Complaint filed A'bin C. Thor>s"n. Jr. I I IAHorfv r E 1 1961 COMETS
,tyne: year I registration books in the office of i Tax School District No. One Nassau I fcereir against you in the above entitled f-r Plaintiff,
1956 JEEP, 4-wheel drive. 14 Ft. guarantee. 278.00 Call 261. ,the Sunervisor of Registration at the' County Florida ta wit November 5. f Court in the Mice of the Clerk! I,*.' /tlantic Avenue. I' '
boat and trailer, all for $495. 4491 Chucks T.V. tfc Court House. Fernandina lieach.: Fa.| Iv I 1963 in a newspaper published in'' of the Circuit Court Li and for Nassau I "ernandina Heach Flori''a MURvS
; ill be closed at 5 P.M. October 4. ( Nassau County Florida with general I County. ,in .his office in the. Courthcure I 4t 103. 10. 17. J4i: I ARE 4ERQridrA.y
Phone 2G1-5848. 1c63 until November llth 1963. in *rder I circulation throughout the County and. f in i'ernandina IJeach, Florida: on or I' I IlOUYROARD .
----------- .. CONCRETE BLOCK, & BRICKS 1 r to prepare for the forth coming I II to wit, Jernandina: News-Leader the before ,the< 6th day cf November A. P. \ f" '
AUTOMATIC WASHER & Dryer THREE BEDROOM( homes on I Special Elcctions. which will be held following notice of election: 1963. and to: serve a copy of such answers {
-November Siji 1963.I TO ALL WHOM THESE PRESENTS) and defenses Albin C.
: upon
Sale as low s-,$!76-week. Free your.approved .101. NO MONEY '-I Marie's. Struss I MAY COME: (MEETINGS: iThompsor:. Jr .Plaintiffs Attorney] ; Octo 4
gifts to reach purchaser, "plus! ,Down $30 r per month. For I Supervisor of Registration YOU WILL PLEASE take notice whose address is 303: Atlantic Aveie.j
FREE written I Nassau County I. that the biennial election for Trustees::; Fernandina, Beach Florida: on or before : ,
t factory : more information without
guaran It 10-3 of special Tax School District No. 1, said date as' .required by the "
a tee on both parts and labor for ligation Write QP" Ob-I of Nassau County. Florida, which j Laws .of; Florida and ftc 1"54 Ftort'. -

2 years. For the buy of a. lifetime HOMES,:Oceariway, P./iO.* ,H MUULIC NOTICE: ; I II INo4e'fsereby said boundaries district of is Nassau coextensive County,with will-?the beheld to Rtile do*so"a i vn"'procedure.Decree Pro Confesso If you wiuiCopper's fail I.Ltbry i 1SLRANE t 1 "' "OP- >>
call Jacksonville 389-3316,' C8, ffacks6nt '\8Fla. 017p i IR1"I given that the undersigned .I the first' Tuesday asr the first I i. I ;
cdllect.! 03cRESTRICTED I pursuant to the "fictitious Monday in November, 1963, and on ,to'; q.
I Name Statute Chapter No. 2Gyj, wit, November 5. A. D. -1S63. between ;
IJOMESITES .. : nR I Laws of l'lorida 1941, as amended by': the hours cf 7:00 A.M., and 7:00 P.M., : : 4. r Cokes itais
l I ..I' Chapter No. 26160, Lawc of Fbi ida at which time the school district tax. % .
gale in Westwbod' L.. between 1G51, being Section C65.09 Florida levy is to be voted on as provided by '
Fernandina! Beach and Yule Statutes. will register with the dent law. 'I( '- > ;
-ruuh ,ROOM furnished apartment of the Circuit Court in and for Nassau: : All qualified electors residing in BE SU.RI TO .RtG TERfQjt.J.f
Call Irby Turner, phone 2515668 County Florida, upon receipt of procf Special Tax School District No. i of Coin-Operated For Better Risks
for information. 03p private entrance. 421 ff. of publication of this notice. the fieUUous Nassau Courty, Florida. whose voting i *, I } 10' VALUABLE PRIZES
1 ". 3rd. tie I name, to-wit: I IiTEGER I;registration is in said district shall be and .t Dry; ,
DRUG CO. entitled to vote in this election Laundry)
19 Ft. HALF-CABIN-BOAT TWO BEDROOM furnished apartment I Under which I am engaged lIt bus!. I I| The matter! in be voted on and to be 2 > JO'rn.T..Fcrrcir3! VALUED, AT OVER ?200,000.00
: 95 hp Chris-Craft Inboard nessat 207 Atlantic Ave., in the City determined are: I I ..CleammjSirs. .
Electric kitchen. Year of Fernandina Beach, Florida. That First: Who shall be the School Trustees -' '
fiberglass bottom, with 25 ft, round 223 S. Fletcher. the party interested in said business of Special Tix School District, ; '
rent p-oi
shrimp net. Will swap for auto. II 1 I i enterprise, is Theodore R. .Steger. No. 1 of Nassau County. Florida: for Doris: IIQward- ,, I Ii H IASS1J TR' COMPANY
mobile or real estate of equal Phone 2C1-548D(; after 5 p.m. tfc Thos. J. 'Shave, Jr., Atty. the ensuing two years; the three per. \! i iI' ]
/ 4t 9-120,19, 26. 10-3() sons receiving the' highest vote for' anager ;08 Atlantic
: valne.l Phone 261-50G3 or !61. FOUR ROOM downstairs furnish. -. School Trustees at said election shall .1' '1 i iII Your Ford Dealer! Sine 1910
be declared School Trustee .of said 14th & Beech ?
44C7. : VtfcIUY : Streets Phone
id Phone: 2Gl 4M5. : 261-5571
t__ -_-. apartment.. PUBLIC NOTICE di'tri<*t. provided that not more than I I II ij

A HOMESITE-- on the Nas.- 1fe IS'StfCB UNDER FICTITIOUS I I one Trustee shall be elected lor any']!r L .... 8SI
a1 '
I NAMELLAW I 11If.'e residence; district for vhich, r - .... L
.8au River Beautiful hf hand SEVEN ROOM house on South Notice is hereby given that the en-I.County law lU>ard Member is provided oy { ,-4o f"v.... ......f 61& .a- -- --,-a
I to the "Fictitious ; A5. '" =
lats Nassauville. dersigned: pursuant
dry at 7th St. $44 month. Phone 261. t Second: The number of mills: of|
Name Statute" of the Laws of Floriaa.
Others with waterfront privil. 5846. 03e 1941 Hill register with the Clerk of ( district school tax 10 J>e levied and"I .
eges. Small down payment Circuit Court in and for Nassau QJUCty. .(I collected annually for the next
for and of
FURNISHED APARTMENT Florida, upon receipt of proof o! years support maintenance :
Terms to suit. Phone Francis publication of this the fictitious .I schools; the tax levy receiving the .
half block of Post Office. Private ;majority of all votes for tax levies \
.-a.--- \ .
Ellis, POpular 5-2GCV Jackson. name, to-wit ';; p
I east by .qualified electors or case -
ville. I "We. entrance, electric kitchen. FAITH UNLIMITED I I no one levy receives a majority, that fjf.
'" 314 Alaehua. Phone 261-5186 or 103 North Fletcher Avenue levy for which together with the vote, j .(1 IJlfltter spftF
12 FT. plywoodboat 26U341. tIc 'ernandina Ileach.: Florida. I I cast for higher ievies -a--mjterity of ,
MAHQqANY Sole owner and only person inter the votes are cnst shall become the ,
3 hp .Johnson, Champ ested therein is Ralph W. Ueaty... 101 I levy tnr the district far thrnext en.*
j I ONE FURNISHED one unfurnished North 'letcher Aveme Fernandina suir?* two '
tilt trailer. Like new. Call 2GlI i years. :
i apartment, oceansiae. I Beach. Nassau County, Florida. I NOW. THEREFORE NOTICE IS .JQp'r.iJ,
9050 or 261-51& tfc -.nd lP'ljgy,
I Ralph W. Beaty4t I JHEHEDY liVEN .Year rou d. 126 S. Fletcher. 5 19, 2$, 13-3: 13 virtue t>f and in accordance with tile" 11
8 ROOM 2 BATH house -';fine PJt :; t-313S. :.J.e. kresning .re.olutn. 'a",.' e-ction 4111 .
: ne. ,
,,, I' ,
I "_ h_ _" beieI4 9ft :.U:, #-tf ptf, j" ;" '
neighborhood. Qll1'l be t <( ..it ir. PUBOJ1CE..qpursuntr : -N t\"At.tt } eh", ,
1Y t. jil qgi; ? t :: ': *
t partments. VfS ;;\; q.() I'il : { 1. $E'J1.t.: l 1.W .; 'l J9-.j Yplf/1i '- M >- '.] .r"r' iJ'i; .-
50 a month for'12yel1's.f''t! : : _. 1' ;:: ta'1he J'llctitltut"\ ,\ 'r'rl \" f..1f" < ,'" !:"" .r ,
r I; winter rentals, by ,day, week, Name Statute. Chapter No. 20G53 00 lNa whit Irof< 5hall the.be p School bt Trus; ',1I
Laws of Florida 1941 as amended by
$250 DOWN $C5 month buys month. Phone 201-4642. tf' Chapter No. 267 3. Laws of Florida I of said Special Tax SctywlJJislTirt,1and .
to determine the nmber of mills
I masonry, three bedroom home, PRIVATE ROOM with bath, k 1951'iatutes, being. will Section register with 863.09.! the Florida Clerk !' of district school tax b tie levied an4

priced below replacement at $9- block of Post Office. Private of the Circuit Court in and for Nassau (collected annually within.afd..SoeQ131<
Tax School District for the next en
775. entrance Phone 261-518G, 261-f I'ounty, Florida upon receipt of proofof ruin!!! two years for support and: m1ntenance .!
publication of this notice the fictitious
4341. tfc to-wit -of slblOl. acsy'fthng ,to.and; in'
ONLY DOWN G3.50 SALES conformUv with aU matters ,aiJ ttiags
$350 $ a SCOTTY TRAILER in 'the foregoing resolirtimt ctattd and
month Buys small three bedroom VACATION APTS I Under which I am engaged in business with the Cnctft'tinn and Statutes! off i
at 2114 lvedere Ave.. in the
two bath home. Pan.. OCEANFRONT APT. completely City of Fercandina Beach. Florida. the Datf'dt State of Ffrnanrfi.n Florida. Beach_ Nassau t !

eled living room. Fire place. furnished. Day, week, or monift. That the party interested in said business CMintT. Flarid/ this 11th day.of_ Septembe -
is T. C. Adkins.
enterprise. A. !>.. 1163. .
# 584 S. Fletcher Ave.
2615878.tfc 4t lo-x 10. IT :i TTT' Po\nl OF PUBLIC IN.STHT1'TI3N pf
John T. Femlra & Son r : j O P NASSAU I I I

EOS Atlantic Mr. Phone 261-5371 PUBLIC NOTICE cnUN-rY. nORmA -JttI I 1
DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT for r.Y: Frsnk E. Walters. Its
I Notice is hereby that the undersigned .
I given Chairman
FOR SALE OR RENT rent. 131 South 8th St. Phone t pursuant to the "fictitious" ATTEST: Jfn T. We1snarSurerinteei'it

HOMES IN Five Points area. NO 2Gl..t 98. tIe Name Statute Chapter No. 2CSc3. of Public .
t I Laws of Florida liMl. as amended by Instnxrtioi Fnr Nassau ,
DOWN PAYMENT, $62 to F 3 ALEXANDK? APTS Chapter No. 26760 Laws of Florida County. Florida .' ;
month. Renovated inside aui Iflal.! being Section r.&.ro. Flmda 4t 9-26 103. 10 11
I lODERNFURNISHED APT.. Statutes. .ill register with the Cerk Got yourjjgprt set ob[ ? Bui :
i jieyy car .wondering tfKyouJI 1 for ?
out Phone 261-5419 'after 6._ 'W use
'" tic 337 N. Fletcher .No. 1, Hot I of County.the Circuit Florida Court upon in receipt aCd for of Nassau proof .PU.BLtC t4A-rt: E I mpney

Water furnished, '60 MO., year of this notice, the ficjtitious -II VeVe
pi publication
rWnd. Phone' 261-4323. tfc I name. to-wit: Nntice is nerefty fiven that the tindersigaed got J.e answer to that: use OURS You can get the you peed jast on
I AIR FORCE CAPTAINTransfe'ired OXLEY FLORIST :! pursuant Jhe Nfi itiou,"_ cat ; ,
Overseas Under which I am engaged: in bust Name Statute. Chanter No. -20953.I. .
FurnitureAir BEACH APARTMENT furnish. ness at S3 North 3rd, St.. in the City ."u-s of Florida 19A1. as jmeurted: iby an auto Joan from us. WeI.qrrange| to finance your car in the qdvan1
; Returns ed. Year round rental, must of Fernandina heath, Florida. Thai Chapter No. 6760 Laws cf. Florida K 4 way w.oi.t -
rorc 'officer returns 4 complete .' the party interests in said business 1951 being Section 855 09. Florida'' g jR f v- sr
I roon\s\ of furniture &: appliances to be locally employed. $60 per enterprise; is Mrs. Edna I G Willis. Statutes wfll register tt! the1 ClerkI tageous to YOU. Cost will be low terms convenient service Come
our warehouse. Consists of nylon month., ,278 S. < Fletcher. tfc 4t 3-28. 03. 10. II of.tha Circuit Cpurt in and for Naj au : prompt. in !
I foam sofa'that converts to a bed ---r--- County. Flcrida. upon receipt of prrof ... .
for 2 plus a master size club chair I DECK of publication of this notJce.; the J fic-1
2 end tables &: matching cocktail UPPER API'S. Completely PUBLIC NOTICE. UtiQU$- ,ree. to-wit .. ,. Low
table, Including 2 designer lamps? I furnished :including:iTVi'- r NOTICE -OF INTENTIONTO THE COFFEE SHOP : tAutOjLoans ?, personal ipans Checking Accounts
magnificent interior styled bedroom Under 'whieh I'amengared In bsa-
Phone 261-3118( tic MARK APPIJCATIOV
suite* \Jth tarze .l4 J'fSitr. and tilting I : soft 'FIVAL DISCHARGE ness at 204 South 4th t.q io thedtyft j' *** fj"'

mirror.size Rogny chest 6 on chest bunk& .full bed TWO ROOM furnished FLQIUn.STUunS Fejnvidina J'-eaeh Florida. That ... Savings Accourjts Pysiness Loans Safe Deposit :Travel
bookcase bde. piece ;. apart- W. COURT. OF*THE COUNTY JUDGE, the parties interested in said business \; ; _' } : Checks
kids Kitchen E i' .f
outfit for 'the room. ment. NASSAU COUXTY.. STATE OFFLOSDA. enterprise are J&nes -T\ltea'and a
fleams with striking til-tone formica lieorge; E. Hunt. Jr. ft* )\: '
t3ble.aad.4.M& ".pa- bax..sg. t'' :*., .;/k .. Ii'ie'toc' Estate-cf LV PROBATE.-- | Mercury Kavouklis. Atty. J. '

: chairs. Family cross-the-top size Admiral freezer refrigerator full ONE THREE room unfurnished MARY SON. Drceasrd.(MOLLIE) HARDEE THOMP- 4t ;9-19. :G. 10-X14 .. 1 -OR STOP JN.XODAY: AT THE 'BANKOFFRIENDLy SERVICE

width crisper shelves in door. Deluxe house. ;4i : ,
To AQ Whom It May Concern: p = f x f r' T # \
model Clamorous: deluxe
range '* -tr Notice is hereby given that Lois T.
thermo controls. This furniture on-- IL'S F. SAHLMAN Reid has filed her 'final report as Ad Notice ftreby ffvra tfr4te un-
finally sold $905.!) Now can be YOURS .
FOR ONLY 'PHONE'!6t.mt ministratrix CTA of the estate of Mary dersigned. pursuant 4o! the "fletltioos"
.. Mollie) Hardee Thompson. deceased; Name itatute. Chapter.N $288' that she has filed her petition for Laws of Florida 1S41. as amended)Iby "
: YEAR AROUND two bedroom final discharge. and that she will ap. Chapter No. 267SD, Laws Just take eve; pymts $3 wk. Ask. furniShed unfurnished ply to the Honorable J. E. VTeatherford. 1351. being Section, 865.09. :Florida flpridgNaflonq1 JOP
I tfo or apartment
Capt Key's- furniture. Absolutely County Judge of Nassau County Flor Statutes. _ill register with the' clerk
no money down payments start I on beach Phone'2G -3733, ida. on the 21st day of October, 1963., in October. In storage at Howard HanflndMr22rSTIet.: for approval .f same and wfnr final County. Florida, ipoo receipt of proofof
NATIONALFurnlturVVfarehoase discharge as Administratrix. C.T.A. of publication, of this note, the. fictitious '
cher. tfcTWO the estate of Mary (Mollie) Hardee name to-wit r t
.... Thompson deceased. on ,this 1 7th r day. Western Auto' Associate Store o"I t BEACH' 0
3C2 Beach Wvd. FL 9-2361 BEDROOM HOUSE in Five of September, 1963. Under< which.! am ng gedja. basinesra.t c FERNANDINA
\ Open daily9, Sat M Sun. 12-6 Points Phone Five Points Lois T. Reid.Administratrix. J-SoutliEth St, in' the Cityftf$
.. ? c.T.A. of the estateof FfttiIJ1dma"IeaQ.: .florlda11t the ATLNfl AVENUE -
It"f """ Jacksoavil1e I
st'la.S.' C '
j Delivery Assured 'CtO ery""andrH rware 261- Mary (Mollie) Hardee Thompson party Interested in said business enterprise PHONE 2613695yvrn1'
Anywhere 5205. deceased.t is Walter D. Smith. .
03cLL1 tIc ....
9-16, 26. 10-2. 10 '-
4t 9-28. 10-3, 10, 17 -
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I';. Page Fourteen News-Ldder, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, October 3 19631 _. J said he would go back to the Pin YAS be rotated on the Pasco
---- r n _J bench. Which is better than going county beach..
I -with-52- per cent .,'. ; r, 'IIIEY ft to the chair. I The idea is for the judges to
the Republican The judge's circuit includes jet around more. Sounds like a
I: received 7, y w t 4 Yx x 7W'ty : Pinellas county of which St. I I good suggestion. Their honors
A 1956 Eisenhower I eel Petersburg ii the capital, so his ':ought to gin it a whirl or two.
honor has lot of benches to
w4h, 57 cent a i
per i iI' ,
a the Republican I :choose: from. Try adding a little milk to the
BY JE I' overnor received' I I When the senators voted to 1 Before adjourning the senate water in which you boil potatoc.

TALLAHASSEE What areFlorida's !: '- 1910, Richard 1 1s dismiss impeachment" articles a- o.k.'d. a resolution that judges in Improves tastiness immen..dy,
chances of having a Republican :I 'I' .tate with 51 against him, Circuit Judge Richard the Sixth Circuit: of Pasco and prevents them from turning. black: .
governor in 1965 Rep. I chile the Re-, Ii Kelly said he never lost faith and ------- -- -- --- -- ,

Charles Holhy of Pinellas County I for governor felt the lads would be noble aboutit

vho has indicated he would j c ,1-_ In 1962 the all '!
like the job, thinks they are good.I I ssional candi-1 i His honor said he submittedhis :

Holley's reasoning makes interesting "ren in two dis- RtR' I Lie to the fact that "this THE 1964 COMETS I
reading. i 38.7 per cent of 'Kk Senate is an honorable body"That's
First of all, Holley is a strong i I '
noble of ,the judge and
Goldwater backer. He figures the I to a continued :i : r. real nice to hear. But the fact AND MERCURYS' ARE HERE
of the Republi-
percentages with Barry. In :
r w that the boys were meeting as a
fact, Holley predicts Goldwater state. Holley I I
i court and not in regular session
as a Republican presidential can organization. The I takes some of the edge off of it. 4
better organized Oct.
---------- ----- Friday
said, than the # The judge thought it was won- ;
I derful of the solons to dismiss '
iJ the impeachment charges. Mrs.
JE governor," said Kelly thought it was just peachy House Continues
have to ;j Open
x. Asked his' plans Judge Kelly ,
the various coun I
] are organized."I was. : II
1963 I I
I Coffee. Cokes DonutsBE
off some of the -
m4 r j t rlak
Pinellas, .
Orange, Brev- :i rl ,aai, I
Left At

Charlotte, Sara- r ,ia I(

B_ r 1
LASSERRE 1 with relish at i gtr SURF .. VALUED! AT OVER $200,000.00

YOUR FORD : Burns next mayor year of k ,n i St1,' J.5 :.A, I
h'n .MWqI'D- I! figures he would I LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANY
"" I
I anti-Burns votes. Across From Ocean Pier

Jacksonville"r I he would get I'' Private Dining Room For Your Ford Dealer Since '1910

votes if HERE'S HOW-More than 50,000 Florida boys between the ,ages Parties, Clubs, Etc.
Insomnia I Democratic nom of eight and 11 will compete this Fall in the National Football I
I r .
__ _
League's second annual Punt, Pass and Kick competition. Winnersin -
the extra Republi
The inability to deep is each age group, with their parents, will get an expense-paid trip ..
from? .
vessels symptom.cf the It is brain due remains to the come possibilities: Washington and honored at the White louse in conjunction with I ': .",.>0._ ,..L '..-_'<' ,. ---_< -....'-.-, ,:.-. ., '")ttt. .= "'' ", :t ''' '""" ',.. I
the President's Physical Fitness Shown above is Washington
mal decrease with relaxation I Brevard, Palm program. I
physical conditions causing I counties. Redskins' Don Snidow demonstrating a punt. Free registration .
I also has the fi- began at Ford dealers in Florida on Sept. 3. Local free competition DOSS YOURENGINE '
causes.An examination by a I x! George Peterson, is scheduled Oct. 12 by Lasscrre Motor Co. '
the trouble. The spine is u candidate defeat- - STUTTER, ,
along' the backbone, II Farris Bryant
hard and unyielding. This margin, reported .fcws From ,. fALTER, .
keeping it active, and holding I of the campaign JERK,

insomnia.justments remove irritation They are the bring from most about the ( I by Bryant.probably And a The Rec Center I'ii: OR STALL? MOTORGETAiiS. I" ."

; so gruelling
leave the area of the brain. I
the one or two .
help.Our examinations are I I a. Democratic DY SANDY DeSANDRO i TUNEUPOf

j a lot of things I Pre-Ballet Class in the AuditorIum I Home Demonstration Club in r\\
\ him next Nov at 10:00: a.m., Juiaaae Owen, thb Confeieace Rootii at 10:00: I Only
,s :
Ins'r. am. .
Mon., I I I Advanced Ballet and Toe Classin Pre-Ballet Class in the Audi- R S
I I are worried the Auditorium at 3:30: p.m., torium at 10:00: a.m., Julanne ::1 Y t
912 "alligator al- Julanne Owens, Inst Owens, Instr.PlayschooI.
; t ) 131 between Brow- Advanced Ballet and Toe Class in the Game Roomat
counties which in the Auditorium at 4:30: p.m.,, 9:30 a.m., Carolyn Vizcarrondo i

Phone I much controversy Julanne Owens, Instr. adult leader. 7 / .
ti :' Adult Ceramics In the Ceramics: Advanced Ballet and Toe Classin I anYsixcylinder .

a I alley," they fear, Room at 3:30: p.m., Hank Sides,, I the Auditorium at 3:30 p.m., carcylinder / )
traffic death trap. Inst Julanne Owens, Instr. '
I proposed as a toll Scoutmasters' Roundtable in the I Advanced Ballet and Toe Clans 88 any eight t
DR. a R. CROCKER I any bad notice it Conference Room at 7:30 p.m. : in the Auditorium at 4:30: pm., t I car r I.
I North would Men and Boys' Health Club in I Julanne Owens, Inst. ,
Parts extra if needed
I to confuse it with the Health Club Room, day and I Adult Ceramics Class in the
ingsland[{ void that "two- evening Ceramics Room at. 3:30 p.m
Atlantic Avenue Playground,, Hank Sides, Instr.
"Associated with supervised play, 3:3Q-5:30 p.m., Senior Citizens Club in the Con

Clinic of Don Nanney, Inst. ference Room at 7:00 p.m. i WE. DO ALL THIS. .
I At Home
I. FRIDAY, OCT. 4th Men and Boys' Health Club in .
-..., Sub-Teen Club in the Game the Health Club, Room, day and ,t
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Room at 7:15 pm. evening. { @ Clean and adjust 0 Check coil and::
High School Football Dance in Atlantic Avenue Playground, ,.
the Auditorium at 10-12.00 p.m. I supervised play,'' 3:30-5:30 p.m.,' spark plugs condenser .t
Men and Boys' Health Club in Don Nanney, InstPLAYSCHOOL '
the Health Club Room, day and :
evening. The City Recreation Depart- Clean and 0 Check generator
SATURDAY, OCT. 5th. ment is again conducting a Play .
Jaycee's Bicycle Rodeo on the school as part of the fall and win set points and voltage
Recreation Center Parking Lot ter program. Registrations are If
8:00-11:30 a.m. now being accepted at the Recreation ii 1 Set timing regulator
Men and Boys' Health Cbb in Center office for boys and

I. the Health Club Room, day and girls, three, four, and five years
evening. of age. Playschool will meet Tues Adjust carburetor Check battery .

Teen Club in the Game Roomat days and Thursdays beginning 'I'l.. ,- uti)!" ..p..IA.. .Y. !:iftI', I.r. (oj

7:30: P.m.SUNDAY October 8th, from 9:30: a.m. thru ..,
OCT. 6th. 11:30: a.m. in the Game Room at r- :
Lutheran Church Meeting in the Atlantic Avenue Recreation
the Conference Room at 11:00 a.m. Center with Carolyn Vizcarrondo
MONDAY, OCT. 7th. as the adult leader. For further
L. ( ; Teen Ballet and Toe Class n. information and fee, call the fleereation I r

the Auditorium at 3:00: p.m., Jal- Center office, phone 2815261. .

I anne Owens, Inst.. I'I'I .
Lir I Beginners Ballet Class in the
t Auditorium at 4:30 p.m., Julanne
II Owens, Instr. I Highway Patrol
tihu Arts Puppet Theatre (ages 6-
AU' -: 8)) in the Game Room at 3:30: p.m., Warns PedestriansTALLAHASSEE I II

: __ j Faith Britton, Instr. I
Island Squares Club in the A person
Game Room at 7:30 p.m. doesn't have to be a driver or a
Ic Jaycees in the Conference passenger in an automoble: to be ..r I IS
Room at 7:00: pm. the victim of traffic says the I I i

.V.n' Adults and Teens Ceramics Florida Highway Patrol. I j I
Class in the Ceramics Room at JA
During August, for instance, almost '
8:00 p.m. Hank Sides Inst. one-fourth of all traffic
Men and Boys' Health Club in fatalities were pedestrians. Twentynine s'9y
the Health Club Room, day and of the total 125 killed on
evening. the streets and highways of the 1_ s

Atlantic Avenue Playground, state were on foot. I f
supervised play, 3:30-5:30: p.m.. The approach of winter will no : f
..tI Don Nanney, Inst. doubt bring an increase as the : ...-1
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8th. nights grow longer and longer, ;
Playschool in the Game Room, the Patrol said. i '\'. I. DC nOSE, MASTER MECHANIC IS AN EXPERT IN TilE USE OF OUR
'9:30-11:30 a.m., Carolyn Vizcar- "In many cases the pedestrianwho MODERN AND EFFICIENT TESTING EQUIPMENT
I' rondo, adult leader. literally walks himself to '
Ceramics Class (ages 9.11 in death is given a powerful ass'st' f irtf one NEW TREADSAPPLIED
J the Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m., from the careless driver, but the
Hank Sides, Instr. ( record shows that the pedestrian ;
Tap Dance Class in the Audi. ( is to blame in most cases," says II '
I torium at 3:30 PMJulanne I the Patrol. I : : WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE.
Owens, InstIntermediate Here are a few lifesaving sug; \
y Ballet Class in gestions from the Patrol and you I Narrow or Wide Design,

the Auditorium at 4:30 PJIL, Jol- will increase your chances for Tubeless I or Tube-type 4 for
:.I J k anne Owens, Inst survival against the automobile if I -S-.i: : ._ ,..
Men and Boys' Health Club in you'll observe them one and all:
I Our New Tread, identified by Medallion end shop mark art 14
the Health Club Room day and Cross streets and highways 9
and only at intersec GUARANTEED
evening. watchfully
T. defecti and lutcrkU! tofo lift .f trctl
Anfat varluBusife
An Electric Barbershoppers in the Confer. tions. I ... 2. Aratoit nonul road hazards (except mwinblc puetont) eatOGM 4 9
Dryer gives you dry ence Room at 8:00 P.M. Never walk into the street from tend to everyday prorated paneorer oa trod ear wear BM tor 12 fcau4 noaUu.Beplaeene&ti O*M. prlca carrot
Atlantic Avenue Playground, behind or from in front of a'i at tim cf adjastaeat..
supervised play, 3:30-5:30 p.m, parked car. I Plus tax and 4 trade-In tires
clothes whenever you want them.LET Don Nanney, Inst. Obey traffic signs and signals
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9th. by crossing only when the traffic

THE RAINY SEASON GO ITS WORST. YOUR FAMILY WILL Arts Puppet Theatre (ages 9 light says so.Watchout '
and up) in the Game Room at 3:30 always for turningcars.
HAVE ALL THE DRY CLOTHES THEY CAN USE WITH AN pan Faith Britton, Instr Step up watchfulness at

ELECTRIC CLOTHES DRYER. NO MORE RAINED OUT WASHDAYS. Ceramics Class (ages 12-14)) in night. I

NO MORE OLD-FASHIONED CLOTHESLLNES. BEST OF the Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m., Never go around a bus frontor
Hank Sides, Instr. rear after leaving it. Wait I
ALL, AN ELECTRIC DRYER IS SO THRIFTY TO OWN AND OPER-. Adult Ceramics Class in the until the bus pulls off before you I

IJi Hank Sides, Instr. Never rely on the driver seeing '
Men and Boys' Health Club in you, especially on poorly lighted
the Health Club Room, day and I streets and highways.
florida Public Utilities Co. jyening. Face traffic and walk on the :
Atlantic Avenue Playground, left side of roadway in areas 118 Atlantic Avenue Phone 2614482.r"

supervised play, 3:30.5:30 pmt where there are no sidewalks. w .
"'I Don ;Penney lost Always b9 ready to JUMP!

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