Fernandina Beach news-leader
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 Material Information
Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: October 10, 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: UF00079912:00041
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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right in the middle of Fire Pre- -
vention Week. Of course you HERE FOR A TOUR OF THE RAYONIER INCORPORATED MILL last Friday were :
could look at it one way and call Florida and Georgia winners of FFA Forestry awards. The two youths, Randy Shel. ,: A pre-dawn conflagration, wh'p- housed the two businesses was ing torch of the building and and operated by Ed and Stella

it an observance in that the fire- ton of Blountstown, Fla., and Robert Lee Wright, III, of Cordele, Ga., were also guests :|: ped by strong Northeast winds completely destroyed, detection of I I heavy smoke and sparks blanketed Moore has been destroyed by
I i I from off the ocean leveled Moore'sGrocery : the fire and quick action by the i the area to threaten homes as faraway fire. The business first
men performed yeomanlike serI at a luncheoon at Seaside Inn. Shelton and Wright competed with other youths from was
and the Aloha I fire ,
Package city department undoubtedly as the fashionable Pirate'sCove ed in the Atlantic Avenue .
vice in number of I i I at Fletcher
preventing a
throughout (the Southeast in the Seaboard Airline Railroad sponsored program. They I Store and Lounge early this morn- i' saved a number of frame homesin residential area. : location in 1928 byJM{, C.
frame homes from being destroyed ,
the holocaust at the beach' left Saturday from Jacksonville for a tour, which will carry them to Washington, ing. I the area. This is the second time that i Moore recently deceased.

this by morning when Moore's Grocery Pittsburg, Chicago and then to Kansas Cit y for the national FFA convention. Each Although the building which i The strong winds made a flam Moore's Grocery, presently owned :,. In 1932 fire destroyed the original .

and the Aloha Bar and year Rayonier contributes a scholarship to the winners from Georgia and Florida and -' building, which houwd a

Lounge were destroyed. Had the invites them here for a visit prior to their tour. Shown at the Seaside luncheon (are, 'rj barber shop and grocery, with

fire been detected just a few minute I left to right, Ed Jones, assistant resident manager of Rayonier's Southeast Timber Hall Announces m \ 'hotel rooms upstairs for beach

? later or the firemen less I Division; Charles Barrett, SAL representative; Wright, Shelton Ernest Davis, resident kv visitors.

speedy in answering the call, any I manager of Rayonier's Southeast Tim ber Division, and Bryan Rauschert, resident I: Area Chairmen I: The Moore's had retained ownership .

number of homes in the area manager of the Fernandina Beach mill division of Rayonier. I __ of the large building,
might also have gone up in '' which was constructed after the
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flames. I CC-UF Drive 1932 fire until the early part of

6 this year when they sold the part

If you like to see youngsters Pirates Gird for Madison Friday I The annual Commun'ty Chest that Store housed the Aleha Package
athletic competit'onyou'll ; and Lounge to D. C. Land
: engaged in : United Fund drive will begin October -
and H. E. Williams.
; get your fill Saturday morn I I 22 to strive for this year's ... .,. r- ..:r
Origin of the of
fire amount
ing if come out to City Ball I of .
you goal $17,606.12.Area
L Park. The annual Punt Pass and I First Green CoveBY chairmen for the the loss and insurance coveragewas

Kick competition will 100 start at 9 I II : lose Game To : were recently announced campaign by Ira The not blaze available was discovered at press around time.
and well over boys are
I a.m. Hall, Nassau drive chair-
expected to compete. Above all I It 'I County 3:45: by Dean Rizer, of the Golden
else, if you have a youngster between I CURT GORDON Friday night the Pirates will a hole and gave them a first man. Serving in the Fernandina Isle Motel, who said that he was

t 7 and 11, be sure he is en- i I The Fernandina Beach Pirate travel to Madison to play the Ma- down on the Clay 25. The first Beach area will be Reed Lewel- awakened by a sound of breaking
tered. Who knows have lost their first game of the season dison Bulldogs in a nonconferenceaffair. period soon ended without a score len, Dr. W. D. Rodeffer, Dr. D. glass.

a budding: All-American.you may I here last Friday night when the I and Green Cove punted to Pee :, M. Jacobs, J. D. Daugherty, Ex- Rizer, a brother-in-law of theMoore's
Green Cove Springs Blue Devils Wee Nobles on the Fernandina 25 teen Corbett and Claude Win-
I Green Cove kicked off to open I I said that when he looked
1 handed them a 12-0 Keystone and he returned the ball to the gate.
A definite hazard exists at the the game Friday with the kicu out the entre; interior of the' grocery
In Yulee Jimmy Stevens
Conference loss. It was a disappointing Fernandina 35. Howe, Arnold and :
South Eighth Street intersection going to Chip Wood on the Fer- I store was on fire and flames
I night for the local fans Schomas moved the ball for two !and Walter Johnson; in Callahan,
nandina 40. Wayne Arnold drove shooting out the front win
t with Gum Street, and motoristsare were
: who turned out for the first game for 5 yards, Ray Rowe added two first downs to the Green Cove 40 Harry 0. Stratton; in Hilliard, dows.
urged to exercise care in that
H. Hubert Vanzant
I area. Since the addition of new ; at home. I II and Richard Schomas made a first I II (Continued on page 3)) I I JD.and Bentley Wilkerson. (Continued On Page Two)

the local Rayonier I I II I down on the Green Cove 48. Arr.II -
equipment at I A. A. ONE OF THE FOOTBALLS, which will be given
Chairmen for the F. away

formerly Incorporated hauled mill only trucks sawed which pulp Northeast Florida 'i II drove old moved for 5 for before 2, then Wood Ned punted Tyson City To Purchase I Center at Hilliard are Robert Saturday following Punt, Pass and Kick Competition, is 63 Participate In

as Jong I I to Hodge of Green Covet but a 15 ingles, John Gregory and Lloyd ; held by Gene Lasserre, of Lasserre Motor Co., sponsorsof
wood transporting
as CO are feet now logs. As the trucks Fair Scheduled i yard penalty against Green Cove i New Police Car II Uffelman; for Terminal Bag Co.,'I the event. Winning youngsters in all age groups will Bike Rodeo
; Joe Smith; for Rayonier Incorporated -i Jaycee
swing wide to make the Eighth : gave the ball tq the Pirates on '' receive awards of football equipment, such as jackets, ,
the Clay 30. Arnold made 4, Tyson Oris Higginbotham; and footballs and headgears. The competition will he held at
and Gum corner, cars parked on c.1!
the right sde of the street are in ;; October 16 1 Thru 19 lost "7 .and a Tyson pass intended E. J. Smith CitedMeeting i for Jameson Container and Claude Corporation Wingate., J. City Ball Park, starting at 9 a.m. and the public is invited : Safety Program

dahger' of being sideswiped. Pos i I for WQod fell incomplete i I Fox and Bill Hogan I' to attend. Over 100 boys are expected to compete.
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The Northeast Florida Fair are Advance Gifts Chairmen. A highly successful Bicycle
area to control parking or pass. Livestock Show and Rodeo, will Cove one foot :jine where Joe session the City Commssion authorized I I and Rodeo
Safety Program was
ing might ease the danger.Continenthopping I Thrift downed the ball. City Manager David Gat- Amelia: UDC Chapter I Illegal Hunting
| be held at the Callahan Fair conducted last weekend by the
../or.. ob i. !']I Grounds for 4 big days begin I The Blue Devils .moved the ball chel to advertise for bids on fur. Bill Webb ElectedKiwanis Wins Top Honors I Fernandina Beach Junior Chamber -

Bob Phinney, : ning Wednesday October 16, 15 yards in two ties ,before a 15 'nishing the city a new police car. I I Brings Stiff Fine I of Commerce, with the as-
general manager of the local mill closing Sunday, October 19. i yard penalty against Fernandinr I;The advertisement, carried in I At State MeetingDelegates sistance of Recreation Director

division of Container' Corporation The Rodeo will be held Fridayand I for holding got the Devils out of this issue, stipulates that a 1962 President I Amelia Island i Illegal hunting has brought i Sandy DeSandro, Police Officer
well be getting | ; car will be traded in. from ;
of America may I i Bobby Moore, Florida Highway
Saturday evenings at 8 pjo, ; United Daughters of the Norwood o ner 9! Y lee a stifffine
some first hand sidelight on.week.1He the I,and Sunday afternoon 2': 0 t Chuck Howard In other business* a resolution. rfilsKendree' Veep i''Confederacy I Chapter Miss Marie, Cone, i in the.jourtof: County Judfci.,, fttioi Sgt. laoytf.OItaa. Gj *fl,:- .....i'-:.
'of Communism- this- aisin of the
ways 'The gates wflV'i'Wnesday : I was recognition I Chapter president andjtfrs.: H. W. !J. E. (Gene) Weathcrfold.I I Western- Atito, bike ImcfaniF,
is scheduled to visit the coin- with'the service rendered the 'f ity by E. J. I with I Bob Fussell, Wayne Dotson and
at 10 raising Cooner wis charged
a.m. ,
immediate president, possession
J Fishier,
pany's plants in Venezuela and Leads "B" Team To I Smith while serving as. a member: I. I .I many others. Participating ,ere
of the flag. Music will be fur- I Kiwanians held their electionof returned Friday from the Division of a gun and a light in the
and :
South America '
in Commission and
Colombia of the as Mayor than 63 local
school of more youngsters.
nished by Nassau County officers at the Annual Meeting Convention at Pensacola with the woods at night, possession a.
Venezuela is currently experlene-i! bands. Highlight of the day will 13-0 I In the resolution it was noted news that their Chapter was j I doe deer and taking deer out of I, Beginning Friday, a safety

ing violent communist-inspired ( be the selection of the Northeast Win Tuesday that considerable progress had awarded the Ruth Neder Trophy, : season. He was found guillty and : program was conducted at the

rioting. Better hurry home, Bob ser-1 I Florida Fair Queen at 8 p.m. .: been enjoyed by the cit \eluring a large silver tray, for the best !: his fine was set at $800 or 91,, Elementary and Junior High

where there's nothing more : Thursday, October 17, will be Chuck Howard led the Fernan. the time Smith was serving or Scrapbook presented at the Con- : months in jail.Weatherford. ; School by Sgt. Doyle and Officer

ious than normal occasional maintenance collective ,. fair day for all colored school i I dina B team to a 13-0 victory over i i the Commission.An vention and the Medlin Trophy, a I has warned that I Moore. Emphasis was on bike

problems or missed I I I children. Their schools will be the Baldwin "B" team here Tues- application by Land ant] Paul Revere silver bowl, for th* similar cases will bring equally safety, with instruction on correct

bargaining (or possibly a j closed for that day. One of the day night as he scored all the Williams, Inc., for a city licenseto largest number of new membenfor stiff fines.Chinese. i' procedure pf riding.
2-foot putt) !11 feature events will be a fashion I points for the local youngsters. sell whiskey, beer and wine ai Chapters under seventy-five Beginning, at 8 a.m. Saturday,

6 6 j I show at 8 p.m. by 4-H girls and Fernandina marched 54 yard 2908. Atlantc Avenue (Aloha in the State. ;> Ship Loads .!Jaycees and those assisting inspected .

So-called "fire fighters" can expect Home Demonstration Clubs. for the first touchdown in the : Package Store and Lounge) was They report an interesting ana bicycles: which they
little mercy in the CountyJudge's :, White School Children's Day first quarter, with: Howard taking granted. The license was original. instructive meeting and will give !! Rayonier Pulp Today I. marked with reflective tape.
court if they are appre : the ball on the Fernandina 46 ar.d ly in the name of Moore's Bar. Riders were then conducted
hended. A fine of $800 or 9 monthsin (Continued on page 3)) I the highlights of the Conventionat !i The S. S. Union Concord arrived -
: returning to the Baldwin 44. Mayor E. J. Johnson, Jr., read a test driving course of vensk1l1s.
imposed this week in I the first Fall Meeting which I[ at Rayonier: docks this I .
jail waa a request that the City cooperate I
Granville Burgess made one, Howard
of doe deer at Mrs. Bebe Wilcox will be held Saturday morning at morning to load 650 tons of pulp
a case taking a added 8 before he fumbled for ;, in the observance of United Na. (Continued On Page Two)
with the of a light and : i (Continued on two) bound for the Far East. I .
night use I Vies For Title of a 3 yard loss. Burgess ran for a !tions Day and it was passed tc page \
The sentence was on three -
a gun. first down on the Baldwin 34, (Continued on page two) I
counts. possession of a gun and a I I "Mrs. U. of Fla." Harry Mills added another first '
light in the woods at night, possession Lar
down to the 24 and Howard raced Fernandina Beach
of a doe deer and taking; Mrs. Jim Wilcox Jr., the former ;
the final 24 for the touchdownHe ...
deer out of season. Better wait Serrill (Bebe) Harrell of Fer- WeatherU.
then rammed for the extra ; ,
for the season to open, boys, and nandina Beach is among 18 youn J : ;
point to put Fernandina out ir '
better be sure you see a buck's wives of University of Florida S. Approved Weather Station i .; p 'r1 *# ? M
front, 7-0. .
too. South: 7th at Lime Street i
spikes, students seeking the title of Mrs. : .
University of Florida of 1963. The second touchdown came in I Lewis Nolan. Cooperative Observer : .' :. ; $ c
third when Max. Mm. Rain
period Billy
It never ceases to amaze me that The contest is being sponsored Boy- Thurs., Oct. 3 80 64 0 i on Monday night at the Seaside -:,
ette intercepted a Baldwin or: I
the same youngsters you see by University Dames, an organ- pass Inn. No formal program
Fri., Oct. 4 87 60 0 '
fighting their hearts out for the ization of the wives of students the Baldwin 40 and ran to the!I I 72 T'I I (Continued on page two)
Baldwin 29. Mills made 5 and| Sat., Oct. 5 81 k i
chance to make a key tackle or enrolled at the University. 1 I ;
Sun. Oct 6 80 70 0
the final for the
Howard went 24
run the length of the football The winner will be chosen on 'I i
second score. The try for the extra ,: Mon., Oct. 7 78 69 0 iMrs. Minnie Boring :
the basis of and
field for a score are same the poise, personality
ride I and will be point failed and Fernandinaled L. Tues., Oct. 8 79 67 : Laid To In
ones you may see thumbing a homemaking skills Wed., Oct 9 85 59 0 Rest _
for only a couple of blocks. named in the final judging Oct. 130. I
The weather is furnished courtesy I Bello _
( on page two) Bosque
(Continued on page two) 18 in University Auditorium. Florida Public Utilities Cn
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I Mrs. Minnie Lee Boring, PC _
widow of George W. Boring, was ;

J laid to rest Sunday in Bosquej i

1 I Bello Cemetery following funenl,i
service at the First Baptist: |

) Church at 3 p.m. The Rev. Janrs:: II t tIT.

I Dunnam, pastor, officiated. j ;
Mrs. Boring passed away early

_: LW _. Friday in a Jacksonville hospital I
member of the First :
: She was a
i Baptist Church of this city. i j
I She is survived by two daughters -'!'

i J Mrs. Elizabeth B. Smith i iI ,
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ib. .
I Fernandina Beach, and Mrs. Mary. ., .'
w _, r I IL. Lee of Jacksonville; two sons, ; 7' I'J ,
II III / ; /)
Charles E. Boring of St. Petersburg ,. :
I I Lloyd Borng: of 4'4'
and George 4 j) (
I Jacksonville; a sister, Mrs. H. L. .: 2 ,
/ i /
Grey of Enterprise Ala.; a broth-

JithAgjTHE I ler, E. J. Lovett of Adel, Ga.; 11

I -rrandchildren and 10 great-grand

'k children.
Active pallbearers were Kenneth THE LITTLEST BICYCLIST at the annual Jaycee Rodeo held last Saturday at the

I, Sturges, G. W. Boles, An- Recreation Center, and center of attraction, was Maryam Millsaps, 7-year-old Iranian l

drew S. Allan Thomas Kaney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Millsaps. Although small for her age, Maryam, who

Pickett and H. J. McFar- does lack in her bicycle a gift just three
Cecil 7 not was
will be eight on December as
19G3-64 "B" TEAM shows fine promise for future Strickland, Billy Miller and Arthur Knowles. 2nd row,
land. and explained to her mother, "I would
varsity teams. The Young Pirates defeated Baldwin in a from left, Coach George Tyson Steve Carver, Bobby Adams :1 were Dr. weeks ago. She was. an enthusiastic participant "
; Honorary pallbearers hadn't knocked too down. Editor's note we trust
home game last week. A full coverage of the game will Tommy Tilman, John Paul Allen, Billy Boyette, ; Bailey Dickens Dr. C. B. Brew- have won first place if I Pictured with many from left Jake Mottayaw, Charfes I

be found in this issue. Pictured. front row from left, David Johnson, and Coach "Red" Bean. 3rd row .from : ton Paul Haddock J. B. Haddock she meant the obstacles. Maryam, Moore I

Chuck Howard, James Purgeson, Danny Fullwood, Jimmy left, Ken Elliott, Frank Fiala, Bob Johnson, Doc Burgess, I J. W. Cox, P. T. Hall and Harvey Grant, Bob Fussell, John Tester, Glenn Green, Curt Lasserre, Officer Bobby !

Young, Duane Rowland, Steve Beville, Ronie Morse, Bud Mike Thirsk, Harry Mills, and Frank Snyder. Vanzant D. W. "Beano" Roberts, John Wilscher and Sandy DeSandro. _ !

"The Good Ship May-B" Has Sailing Orders For Its Final Cruise Tonight At 8 P. M.

Last call! All ashore who's going ashore! "The Good The passenger list for the past two nights has been Cruise Directress Mary Agnes White and Crewmember Dcn't forget, sailing time 8 p.m.! Your last chance unShip -

who have made reservations Royal guests on the Waldo Norris Show on til next year to enjoy local talent at its best, as provided.
May-B" sets sail promptly! at 8 p.m. tonight for the gratifying but those not are Molly were

last cruise of a three night run from the Woman's Club reminded tonight is the last chance for an evening of fun Jacksonville TV Wednesday, giving the public" a schedule annually by theomans, Club, u.

dock at the Port of Fernandina Beach and entertainment for the entire family. of the fine! entertainment to be provided .__,-_'"\-' .

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Page T News-Leader, Fernandina Florida-.Thurscky i October 1933JERNANDINA'BEACH I T- LETTERS I TO Ferr.ondina Beach --
Lions *
?-T A Met Thursday i ,
'- Clubs To Meet ) Hi COUNTY COMMISSION 10 a.m. 2nd Wednesday after 1st Mondaj
.J Cafetorium.
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511 ASH STREET PHONES 38S6 3687 TheNotionqypj : ." fin Commission Chambers '
.. A John K. Perry Newspaper 7 October 1963 The Fernandina Beach Parent .CITY- COMMISSION 2nd and Wednesdayr-1:3tp: ( Citj
In Golf Match I'
nn; Ha? (:Oldwell Editor w uNATIONAl)hur.r : 9rI : ; jfr. Kay Caldwell Editor Teachers Asso& ion heH, it* Commission Chambers ;

I BY PAUL WARWICK T Fernandina ,Beach News-Leader". I October meeting Thursday in .the, 'L HOSPITAL TRUSTEES -.3rd Thursda 10:a>, -' Hospital. $ .,
EDITORIAL Local Lions and Rotary club Fernandina"Belt'h, Florda Jr. High Cafetoriuin.Pres .' I j *' ing Room' "* I

It's difficult NOT golfers will tee off next Wednesday I 'dent Charles Fhnniken i SCHOOL BOARD 1st Wednesday after 2nd'na-( : a-nv, .
I j to find Dear Ray:
!Q U j 1 to write about in Fernan. nandina, October Beach Golf 16, Course at the in Fer-a As this week'sews.Lead r I opened the meeting for 'reports.Mrs. j I Superintendent's Office *" \ -. ,' .

I dina Beach. i E. P. Fachko, chairman UVTA. EXECUTIVE BOARD last Jr.
11IiIjt'ij1I :30
:'resumption of match-play hostili may high.ight: the Jaycees just Thursday ? p.m. -
of the Carnival Committee
Planning 1'
.r.... ABC AUDITED PAID ,C1KCULATIOX | You frequently hear columnists. i ities which were inaugurated lat completed one of the most successful I the details of I High Cafetonum It

t Published every Thursday and entered at the Post Office much more glib and exper'enced i i August in a contest that resulted Bicycle Safety Schools ever I the explained PTA Carnival beheld \t-iT-TA MEETING 1st Thursday 8 p.m. Jr High Cafetorium

:...... Fernandina Beach. Florida, as second class mail matter. than this one could ever hope to : in a tie.Two I held in this city. A load of praiseis I:I coming October 26 in City to.Ball KIWANIS CLUB Each Monday 6:45 p.m. |easide Inn
Subscription Rates: i be, bemoan the absence of note ;
i Lions due project chairman: Curtiss I'
and two Rotarians Park. Each home U have
room w (
I : $4 t year J2.25 6 months 1.25 3 Months worthy events and tell of the agonies -[ will eompr'se each foursome Las erre for his plann ng and HOSPITAL AUXILIARY 21 Tuesday 3JQtp.m. Hospital
'" a booth. Dining Room: ,
I ::.:: involved in staring at : !i it -
$450 a year out of countyliVE a I with nine possible points in competition smooth coordination; PolicemanBob
t blank sheet of paper staring riding on the outcome Moore's and Sgt Doyle's excellent : Some of the planned attractions !AYCEfcS Each Monday 8 p.m. Reereatien Center Lounge

tI back at them in a numb type- of lecturing, like: inspections, will be: fun house, horror I LIONS CLUB Each _
,, each four-ply unit. Tuesday 7 pm. Seaside Ipn_
I '1! writer. j jI Ji 'and rodeo judgin Sandy De- house, movies, popcorn, clown pit, ,
A social get-together, with refreshments spaghetti supper, fish pond parcel ROTARY CLUB Each Werfwsday -..: Nm' Luncheon Seasidtj
There are too areas of Sandro's skillful handling of the
I many
will top off the day's 4's 'I I N. "
and Channel Ranger
;( interest around Fernandina, how P A. system and registration set post, '
: : SALUTE.gJ : ever, to permit any such lack of'' club festivities house.about 6 p.m. in the I' up; and aU of the other helpful Hal to name only a few.A j AMERICAN LEGION 1st and 3rd Mondays ,8 p.m. at Legioi
I material. I volunteers who pitched in soI I room count was made and !! Home '

Today, for example, to stretch The Rotary team of Buddy Bur willingly to aid the Jaycees. :I Mrs. Ken Ward's room won with i CITY PLANNING BOARD 3rd Thursday City Commission

:: the aging limbs, this columnist 1 1I gess and Ken Forehand will!! play : Roses to you Sir, for your generous !i !W t{. of the parents in attend. : Chambers I
Andy Anderson
and Bill Meltonof
f I strolled down Atlantic Avenue to the Lions. public:ty ot the events. t ance.Winners WOMAN'S CLUB 1st Wednesday Woman's Club BMg.
i f
J I i the Amelia River waterfront [: i' The boys and girls were especially -: of the PTA member.
AMERICA, Nassau District 6 2nd
I Dan Friday
Daugherty and Newt
Roberts Parents
ship were
{ drawn thither, no doubt, by a well behaved and enthusiastic | Seaside InnMERCHANT'S
___ I love of salt water which has Rotary, will play D'ck Bennett .' and we think they l learned a i i of Miss Janice H'lburn's: I i
been ingrained in him since boyhood and Ray Caldwell, Lions. great deal from the short course. fourth grade class were first to t ASSN. each 3rd Thursday Noon Luncheon -
;' | in Savannah and Brunswick.And John Dozier and John Hooper,: Most important. they were taught i attain 100% PTA membershipand Seaside Inn

IilA I NI1 i down there, for any man, Rotary will play Lions Louie i' to r'de their bikes on the rteht- won the $10 first prize. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 3d Monday Luncheon. 12:15 -

r- t' :______ =_- U there is plenty to write: about. Lowe and Cecil Brewton. hard side' of the road moving | Second place was taken by i Seaside) Inn

f ',"e Even with things pretty dull Buddy Lynch and Walter Pres : with the traffic. In addition they i( parents of Mrs. Ken Ward's :,i BUCCANEER COIN CLUB 8 p.m, 2ad Monday:each. month
f'I : at the moment in the marina, ton will play Burns Bailey andE. were instructed to keep off the fourth grade for a $5 prize. I "
'I I because it is rather off-season V, Garcia. sidewclks and not to ride doube'l! Approximately 200 attended. day each month -
: 'I : 8 p.m. TV Room at Recj cation Center.
== for southbound or northbound Charlie Peacock and Chuck AH of this effort was in i ,

I\ peasure! craft, there is still plenty Flenniken 'will play Mike Fala: we motor'sts do net give the bike : Yulra Band GuestAt NASSAU 4th HAPT. NO.8 49 -.. ROYAL AUCII MACONS::( 2nd and
Thursdays p.m. Masonic Temple
of interes'ing activity around : and L. L Bohannon. riders their right-of-wav, the t I
___ the Marine Welcome Station and (, same right-of-way: afforded auto-j, '63 Festivities : AMELIA LODGE NO. 47 F. & A.M. 21 )'aad 4th Tuesdays
i Hugh Stone, Jr., and Harry
=x -- the mooring platforms. mobiles. Once one of our "sh- 8 p.m. Masonic: Temple If
: Sahlman will play Tom Tilman At U of F
".,, :: Francis Cox, assistant dock I and Ralph Kear. dents" is forced off the pavement | Day ; HOBEIN LODGE No. 164 Knghts of Pythias- lit ad 3rd Thuri-

master, says things right now bv a discourteous motwisV his I Yulee !1 days.& pjiu ., Masonic! Temple! .
: =: are even slower than usual ;i Playing Saturday will ba the'Ioltowing ; faith in rqles and regulations is -
: !: High School Band joined the FERNANDINA TEMPLE 7, PY1HIAN SISTERS 2nd and 4ti \
: : ____i =- because northern boat and yacht i : (Rotarians listed first). i smashed completely. The next : -
i 1 bands of 16 other high schools in Mondays of month at 8 p.m. Masonic Temple,
I Thos. J. Shave, Jr., and Hous- : :
I owners have held back to an un. t me you see him, he'll be comin
j D. iA1LEY LTB derstandable extent because of ton Sapp will play George Tyson;. at you on the wrong side of the the state in special Band Day I CHAPTER 55, ORDER EASTERN STAR 1st and 3rd Tuesdays '
I 1963 festivif''es during the University Masonic
[ and Forrest Ozburn. I Temple
: of SchoolS :__ the threatened antics of Hurricane road! ,
State Supertflte Flora in the Caribbean.Now : Franklin Jones and Emerson It is up to all of us to encour-1 I of Florida-University of i SPEBSQSA EACH TUESDAY 8 P.M. Recreation Center

-DUNEDIN TIMES that Flora, apparently, has Fizer will play Pete Ingram and] are these children to maintain ['Rchmond! football game Satur. Lounge
day Oct. 5 Florda: Field.
: on
John Barniak. ,
decided to take a course fartherout I I safe bike riding practices by HIBISCUS GARDEN CLUB 3rd Monday of m.nth at
to. .. ,.# who personally believes Bible reading in the II to sea and leave Florida i i John Duffy and Cecil Hall will I! swctiner the rules we have re.1 The bands, which combined totaled :,I 0 p.m.
south play Clayton Sanders and John some' 1,000 high school band MAGNOLIA GARDEN CLUB 3rd Monday of month'at 8 P.M.
schools desirable and hopes it will be continued alone Francis expects I II them to obey.

.": ; "voluntarily): when it can no longer be required by law. bound traffic on the inland waterway McClane. 1 1lyirtlNNNIY members performed during half- : ROSE CIRCLE -. 1st Monday ................._ 8 P.M.
J:1: ii ,; Very truly yours, I I't time and' a pre-pama. program.
to pick up in a hurry. i It'T with the Gator Band. : FOUNDERS GARDEN CLUB 4th Friday _.._..___. 3 P.M

.. Joe Suriano, the dock master, i ;t John W.: Tester I University's under direction_ of MAGNOLIA GARDEN CLUB 4th .... .
'' ,. ., was in Beaufort, S. C., for the I PlltlEY 1 't I President All were the Tuesday ._ 8 P.M.

.DEATH IN l THE HUNTING SEASON day so I wasn't able to add j Gator Band .staff members. : AZALEA GARDEN CLUB 2nd Tuesday .......: ...,.............._ 8 P.M.
: : his predictions to those of Cox. tfth.ji I Vis't'ne majorettes and the 2i)0) Lighthouse Circle

.Another tui' hunting season is upon the land. Millions of While, the Francis conversation and I was were halted talking I.i 1 f( 1 N. E. Bantist Assn. i|I flag playing corps'_field were with featured the Gator pn Band.the')!i i STITCH-A-BIT CLUB 1st and_3rd Monday__.._............... 7:30 P.M--

Americans will tatye t9 .'the woods this fall in quest of every I while he hustled over to lend a 1 Annual Sessions i Col. Harold B. Bachm n. Director -,:
form of game from, cottontail rabbits to Canadian moose. I hand in mooring the trim Mari- !! '! of Bands Emeritus at the Uni-i,, Line the bottom of waste cans
Set October 17-18 ; with circles of aluminum fo 1. The
All!! will go with high 'hopes of success and of returning dot III, with a Darien, Conn., j { versity, led the 17 bands : from

pr'ou'Bly home with filled, bags. registry. Other smaller pleasure t I don't know whether Earl Watjk'ns -r The annual sessions of thj [ during the National Anthem and foil and prevents will keep the,it like can new. rusting I "SEE C. B.

craft also were moored aroundthe i is CityManager of Panan: | "Suwannee River". I I I
Northeast Florida Baptist Asso.
""t.But, the 'American Medical Association tells us at least marina so that things are : City now or not. 1' ___________ __ (! 'Pete' INGRAM"
be held October ;
will two days, "Some don't need in
people an
I 2DQ cf these hunters will not return under their own power. not entirely at a standstill. -; And the chances are that i if Mr< and
They'll be brought back dead the victims of hunting accidents -I Stormy weather, it seems i Watkins hasn't polled city com.I I On Thursday 18., October 17, .the Chuck Howard !ion.I! troduction." WH'iam They: need L. Zeigler a conclus, Ne* FOR
he don'tknow
involving doesn't faze the professional I yet today .
guns. j raeetin will be held at the! Ecsi
Oxford (Pa.) Item.
One Real
[I crewmen who sail large and :I either. I oort Bantist Church. North (Continued From Page ) Estate

.,.. ,The rules of gun safety are fairly voluminous but I smal! yachts each year to Florida -i i The commissioners have fired I iof, Jacksonvlle. The just afternoon i David Osteen, )jik Fiah, Bud I (Life Insurance

they're also simple, founded on the hard rock of down-to- areas farther south and I,I Mr. W. tw'ce within the past year. session will begin!: at 2:30, with! Strickland Bobby .Johnson, Tom Retirement Income
earth common sense. Here are some of the basics: then sail them back after the 1'I The commissioners and Earl have I
dinner at 6 o'clock and tbe even Tilman. J. P. Danny FnH I
nl Health & AccidentHospitalization
.-' winter season has ended. Owner been carrying on like Liz and the OYSTERSROASTED
session at wood David Jphnson Mill,
7:15. Harry
1ing : ,
Know what you'refiring at before pull the trigger I: male I
you plots: however, are a'dJit morecautious population.It's
On October 18, sessions will 1 fa I Billy Mil'ef, hfP'qtlU! O'1, Tomimy ,
-J- which means ''be certain that rustle in the bru3h was and like smooth wea- all very friendly, though held: at North 14th St. Baptist Parker, ;lyen Elliott, Jim Major Medical
made deer and hot another hunter. ther ahead when they start out I The city fathers have arranged it f
by a ; Church, Fernandina Bach, with! ; Young, Wayne Rowland Stevt Disability Monthly Income
for home ports even on' the us- : eo at 9 each workday Watkinscan ;
the same schedule as the prev'ou: Carver, Chuck Howard, Steve B-
| 'Never climb through.or;over a fence without.fjrst unloading ually placid inland waterway.The I 'phone city hall and find out day. I ville, Frank Snvder Arthur Know SURF ; BOHANNON
I ,
L. L.
I the gun. roar5newwejco !jjstationalso whether to report there or the '
> .9 Speakers from the Florida Baptist I leg, RonniE! M tor'ettrtthville( Bur. fI'
t1I.( T' seems well attended in*,'unemployment office. l I Convention 'will be, J. C and Bilrtt'e tIle RESTAURANTAcross I INSURANCE
I Ii.ts cess are
Never shoot 'at ;itflat t; hardisurface', rico ... can the capable and comely hands: of i iVathryn The comm'ssioners fired Watkins nnal-I I',
i) ly Evans Gas Johnson thkhk for Coach,
r: boys doing
From Ocean Pier 261-5269
wound and kill. Saunders'Of Fernan- : last January. He was rehired
Taylor and Rev. Ortin W. Stitp: j George Tyson and Ued Bean. I
*V >tA4J iina Maureen WhiL. of Jack- 60 days later and booted out the Private Dinin Room For
.. ; !
I and wi
Never lookikiowivttfle barrel oqf a gun to see if it's Many laymen pastors The next home game will be
| sonville, and Arlene 'null, from : second time Oct. 2.Watkins' Parties Clubs Etc.
loaded! And ,keep? 'the safety on until you're ready to shoot. j' also participr.te'on the programs i' Tuesday night{ her'against J Green. ,
Pensacola the,..JaStnied( incidentally salary was raised B. C. Lewis is moderator. I I'I'I I j Cove Springs.' : "i' | Try A Classified
close from $11,500 to $13,500 only a I .
acquaintance -
a ;i --- -
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children. t -
Keep and\mnunitiQn,away from !:
| guns ')f some of mr old I colleagues on month before he wa's fired the I f '

: Be absolutely sur ,guns carried into camp or home ar he New York M'rror.: second time.

unloaded.! Keep .,th'e.ny: ,: .cased ,,until ll your hunting area i isrcach'ed. 'ou Work can get around it,. must the be marina extreme-, if |'ers At were last reports boasting the about commission s' vin!r I low five kinds. ofCh'evrol ts for all kinds of people !

I y pleasant employment >! the taxca-prs an additional $2-' _

Remember thaTaleohol: and gun can be a lethal mix, I 000 and Watk'ns was sweain -
out a third term and a $15,009:> b-- t' '
.. ** "i
t thtE ----- tire Destroys salary. f *

In treat with the respect it deserves. Worlcn
um, a gun 't'I...
the principle tKat t''s' ahvavi'loadM and ready to fire.tlvcn (Continued from Page One) : Bill Webb Elected I ,'>' ; '-' -

though youJjjWlt} isn't. Then all the armies cf hunters '
The file department was called j -, ,
home under theiiovn
yourself included will come _
nd both city fire trucks were difatehed (Continued! : from Page One) !\!!
power. to the Also called
.!J' scene. but the hour I I, a:' .. -t---,
.I. -- .' -- --- -- -- iut were maintenance crews of the was scheduled was '
Florida Public Utilises Co., since ;, enjoyed by the members with I I f

C1iro Purchase 63 ParticipateContinued he fire temporarily disrupted ; club singing led by Nelson Ir ,
, :ervice from Fourteenth Street to : Mover. t r
I (Continued on page two) ( frcm Page One 7letcher Avenue and from Atlan- : Bill Webb was elected rirev.
Winners and prizes in the 7.11 'ic Avenue to a point about half- dent for the year 1964, and Ed-I

publicize the observance locally. tee group were: 1st place Ray to Sadler Road. ;jd'e McKendree was elected vice-J __

Commiss'oner Ben- Sorensen Peter Peters, a bike speedometer A near casualty of the fire was i president. Also elected were directors ____ _
I, complimented Mayor ,Johnson on donated by Western Auto. 2nd :'Buster" Moore, a brother of the as follows: Herb Bailey, _
bus words to the Merchants Assodation place Julie Lasserre, bike accessory tore owner. lIe was in hs hometo II Bob Cenek, Exteen Corbett, Bob

at a recent meeting of the by Firestone Beach Sup. the rear of the destroyed build. I Ferreira, Reed Lewellen, Perk!

tvo groups on the matter of parking .- ply. 3rd place! Tommy Schran- 'ng and was nearly suffocated by Maxwell and Jack Vann. Vann
meter removal and Christmas ''tz, bke: tire from Sayler's Bike smoke before he awoke and made :'has .served ably for the past two!

Us.htng.: :! Shop. his way to the outside. i years ,as club secretary. ;4

4 lie moved that tha Commission i I Winners and prizes in the 12. While backing his pickup truck !' The newly elected officers will, uticHtvmr Maw swsno r
indorse Johnson's action and sen. year and over age group were: 'rom a garage, he narrowly es. I take office January 7th when a ?

tjments and the motion was pass- 1st place Shelton Jones, 6 I' 'aped injury when the rear wall regularly scheduled installation:;!: 1'

ed.i transistor radio donated by I }f the building fell across the I banquet will be held, with a Ki-]

{ A request was read from the Chuck's TV. 2nd place Car. truck. He abandoned the veh'cletnd wan is dignitary from the Flor-i: :

Junior Chamber of Commerce re. roll Gill. bike basket. 3rd place made his way away from the ida District conducting the in1 I

cjuestin? the Commission to consider Joe Smith saddlebag donatedby burning building. The pickup was stallation. It,
: the use by that group of the Firestone Beach Supp'y. 'ater destroyed by the flames.As Jim Fortuna of the Prudentia I

Region Home. The request was During the safety instruction dawn broke, firemen were Insurance Company was guest oB!

biased pn the future move of the Officer Moore and Sgt Perl' still battling to extinguish the : Kenneth Sturges; Dick Dtckeri{, I
ler'on to planned new quarters I:I stressed the !'moortance of th* blaze and save the other homes in : son, manager of Data Processing I

$t the beach. bike rider always riding on the he area. One of the dwePings for Container Corporat'on o;'

The Commission aereed to right with traffic care in making 'mmediately to the rear was damaged America. was the guest of BotJ ,

(earth out the title to the prow- a turn in front of an auto considerably and another was Cenek. Kiwanian Lovell had a, t''p -

ty and see what their position coming out from between parked torched. Residents of other homes his guest, Dave Little of I

iould be in the matter. csrs, and riding wth: other earby and in Pirates Cove stood :!. Florida Public Utilities Com]

: It was announced at the meet.injr bicyclists in single line only. eady with water in case a spark pany. 2 LI'

: that Officer Henn Kitchens Riders were requested, not to gnited a roof. Club President Bryan Rauschert ,
(as been elevated to C&ota'n and ride on sidewalks in congestedareas Land and William not only :: called a meet'ng of the Board 01 /

Vernon Guest has been named and to be especially courteous 'ost their build and fixtures, ''Diree'ors immediately following! ..
erreant. to pedestrians.A ipproximately $10,000 in liquors, the dinner meeting. A letter wa '
At the\ outset of the meeting.the Jaycee spokesman requestedthat but a considerable sum of money 'read from Benson Rigein, a lone JET-SMOOTH LUXURY CHEVROLET-For luxury6cylinder engines. Chevy II's six models in two series
t Commission sat as a Board of motorsts in turn be courteous also, receipts from the previous ; time member of the club, who i loving people. Rich new styling finer. ,appointments in all act like they're bigger more expensive cars!
hear day's business. now located at Houma, Louis1] all four series and 15 models. Engines up to 425 hp*, CORVAIR-For fun-loving people. More fun than
to complaints bike riders and
Equalization to use extreme -
manual or Povierglide transmissions. ever from Corvair's new bigger Same Corvair
I ; lana, wherein Benson regretfully'rescned engine
)egarding paving a !t menta caution at all times. The city's regular firemen were :
his membership. ', NEW CHEVELLE-For pacesetting people. A totallynew handling and riding ease in 9 models-including the
{or the paving of sidewalks on bolstered by a large number of I kind of car with small-car handling, big-car comfort! 150-hp Turbocharged Spyders!
i I The membership were reminde4
the East side and on the West side the volunteer fire-fghters. j jI Styling that makes expensive cars jealous. Three series CORVETTE-For sports-minded people. Corvette noW"and

of Stanley Drive.: North 18th Amelia UDC i I they meeting are to invited be to held a Key Club I II 11 models, and a full choice of engine and tramrides softer, smoother-but loses none of its gusto becausei
$treet:beUeen Parkway Street mission teams! its big V8 offers versions from 250 to 375 hp*!
and Atlantic Avenue, on the Eastside (Continued from Page One just Ramblin'i I I tight at the high school. Key I CHEVY II-For practical people. Chevy II ___.___i _____ Want to get together with other car-loving
o South 19th Street between 10 o'clock at the home of Miss i Clubbers George Sheffield and with new V8 power for fun-on-a-shoestring. m 1ij" people? Go see your Chevrolet dealerhe

Beech and Cedar Street, and on Marie, Cone 231 N. 3rd St., with (Continued from Page One) j Burgess Lewellen were pres'ent I Stretches the shoestring further with 4- :nd __ likes all kinds! *opiwH.l at extra Ml
the West side of Citrona between Mrs. J. H. White, Jr., as co-hos ts guests of the club.

Florid Avenue and Cedar Streets. teas. I I' Weary and smoke begrimed I If Rauschert also reminded members ..See five entirely different fines of cars. at year Chevrolet, -Showroom--.........-...-.-..CHEVROLET.......-.-.-, CttEVEllE-.--.-,..CHEVY....--..n...,..MHVAIH.............&.--CORVETTE....---
I No wmplaints were heard. Pav. ; fynor guests at this meeting remen found a welcome oasis j of the Kick-off Breakfast to,

(ng assessments -aresrl at 1.65 ( \rifl ie 3>Irs Robertson Payne i I during ,and after the fire this :, be held at Seaside Inn on Oc. ; -

per lineal foot The walks wit: be State president of the Children of morning when the John Barnes t tober 22 at 7 a.m. to start the .

5 feet uide.S the Confederacy and her assistI I opened their'Golden Sands Restaurant .I United Fund Drive. WOODWARD MOTOR COMPANY
ant. Mrs. Joseph G. Kennelly Jr., and dished out free toffee i
; both of Jacksonville.All by the beams of flashlights. The

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', Day" Held Coin Club Meets MayorE.Johnsoi I News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Thursday/October" 10,. 1963 Page Three

Monday Night

I By Kiwanis Club At Recreation CenterThe Surveys City BudgetFor FunerbJ Sunday For Dies Resident's In ClermontFuneral Brother Band Parents Plan

Buccaneer Coin Club will Talent Show For
SchoolCarolyn Rotarians Veteran Georgia .
Elementary meet Monday, October 14, 1963 at services for James B
the Recreation Center, 7:45. ,s Iryv a Fullwood of Clermont were held

Dickens, Bobby Pope, I All Coin and Stamp Collector BY PAUL WARWICKA Sheriff Jim SikesFuneral I Ii I Wednesday Chapel. at the Kurfiss Funeral Nassau Students
the are invited to attend. t :) ilY
and Cynthia Fowler were I comprehensive survey of the i Services were conducted bj i
lucky first prize winners at the Fernandina Beach city budget of t. pGK sl for James Oscar "Jim" Rev. Charles Kinder. Interment I This week, some 4,000 applications -

"Kid's Day" held recently at the Jaycees Honor $808,500 for fiscal 1963.1964 was II Sikes, 63, veteran Georgia law en followed in Oak Hill Cemetery.The I are being distributed to
elementary school by the Fer- given yesterday to the local Rotary forcement officer, was held Sunday 'I deceased is survived by students in schools throughout
nandina Beach Kiwanis Club. Club by Mayor E. J. (Jim + t at 3 p.m. at the First Baptist I II three brothers; Sherman Full. I the county, for entry in a talent
Third and fourth grade win- Attorney Member my) Johnson, Jr., who said fu L f- I Church in Folkston, Ga. Mr. Sikes; wood I! Woodrow Fullwood, am! show being sponsored this fall by
! ners for best decorated girls'bicycles I ture plans were to "get more ( passed away Friday afternoon in Marshall Fullwood; and one sis- the Fernandina Beach High
were: Carolyn Dickens, :, Mercury N. Kavouklis, local at mileage out of your dollars instead I I the Folkston hospital after a i ter, Mrs. Winnie Smith Hutto all I School Band Parents Assn.
(Mrs. Cockfield, 4th grade), 1st of asking for more dol brief illness.A i
Miss Allen, torney and a member of the Per- 4 of Fernandina Beach. I The show is being planned to
prize; Kathy Dubois, nandina Beach Junior Chamber of i j lars. I native of Emanuel County, !I select Nassau County's top (al-
j 4th grade), 2nd; and Claudia Commerce, was singled out by The Mayor, introduced by; Ga., he had made his home in I Ii ent, from first grade through
$ Haddock, (Miss Hilburn, 4th I I Houston Sapp, spoke in detail of i Folkston for many years and had Rifle and Pistol high school. ,
;r grade), 3rd. the new sanitary landfill aimedat "ISLAND OF LOVE", starring Robert Preston will be been sheriff of Charlton Count Contestants will be divided Into -
; Boys' first prize was won 3rd by I mare efficient and satisfactory I'I one of the feature attractions coming to the Ilan Theatre for the past 31 years. He was & : Club Meets three groups: first through
Bobby Pope (Mrs.Visner, garbage and trash disposal, and I Sunday and Monday Baptist, a member of Folkston Friday fifth grades, sixth through eighth
grade); second, by Dennis pointed out also that the time i is Lodge 196 F&AM, the Waycross
grades, and hgh school.
ier (Miss Keeney, 4th grade); coming when, improvements must :I Elks Club and had served as vice i Evening At 8:00 will be awarded to' the first and
and third, by Allan Doxier (Miss 4N be made to sewerage facilities' TV Mobile Unit Campout SuccessfulFor president of the Georgia Peace : 1 second place winner in each-age
Keeney, 4th grade). for growing Fernandina Beach. i I Officers Assn. I I
Best decorated bicycle for Scout Troop 171 The Fernandina Beach Rifle group. -*
Johnson said, to the surprise He is survived by his widow, 1!
grades five and six was Cynthia : and Pistol Club will meet at 8:00 Scheduled for November. 29
Fowler's. of many, that the per capita income To Tape Shows As Weather BreaksScout Mrs. Estelle Gowen Sikes; three Friday in the Container Conference : and 30, try-outs and eliminations
of this community was one daughters, Mrs. Ray (Jacqueline)
!'for the 1st through 8th grades
Cynthia is in Miss Stoker's 5th of the highest in the state and Troop 171 broke the James of Folkston, Mrs. Claude I Room. will be held the first day-.at 1p.m.
grade. Second prize was won by owned itself At Callahan FairJesse and without I A film entitled "Exhibition
that the city more spell finally camped (Bobbie Ruth) Miller of Wood- (! Try-outs for the high schools
Pat Bailey, (Mrs. Hollingsviorth, ocean-front property than any; a downpour last weekend. bine, Ga., and Mrs. Jake (Mary : Shooting" will be shown. Plans will be held that evening atJZ30..
5th grade) and third, by Jack city along the eastern seaboard.He H. Cripe, WFGATVVice The troop set out Saturday Connie) Smith of Savannah, Ga.;; i for rifle and shotgun "sighting Eight contestants from each-
Dickens (Mrs. Mitchell, 5th also .told of high praise from President and General Manager morning guided by Patrol Lead I two sisters, Mrs. Jessie Allen of :: in" will be discussed in prepara- group will be selected to .!piearI age
grade). boat-owning transients which had announced that the television I ers David Walters and Ted And Macon, Ga. and Mrs. Daisy Owens :: tion for the approaching hunting in the finals.
Winners for the 50 yard dash been bestowed in recent months; station's remote unit will! erson for the camp area on Oak of Milledgeville, Ga.; his stepmother I season. | 'The 24 finalists will
were: Tony Brown, third grade, on the Fernandina Beach marina. visit the Callahan Northeast :idge near Lofton Creek. Mrs. Vannie Sikes of Hoboken I All interested persons are invited compete
at 7:30
(Mrs Weisner); Richard Way- 4 President Hugh F. Stone, Jr., Florida Fair October 17 through I The Methodist. sponsored troop 1 Ga.; and a brother, Wil- I to attend.Shove on Saturday evening p.m.
bright, fourth grade, (Miss Hil was in the chair at the luncheon October 19. The unit will be I spent a weekend devoted to scout !, liam T. Sikes of Miami. I Students are cordially Tnvjted
I burn); Steve Hendrix, fifth grade, meeting in the Seaside Hotel. open to the general public for the craft, work, and games. The boys, : Rev. Grower Latimer and Rev, I and urged to enter the show for
(Mrs. Payne); and Donald Bra- s'y Jim Beard introduced the two I purpose of showing television operation ] found three snakes, one hog- 1 Charles A. Culbreth officiated at :: Is NamedNassau two days of fun and excitement
Further details will be
I zell sixth grade, (Mrs. Burg- seniors of Fernandina. High who procedures. Persons visiting nosed, and two black; and 'many I the service and at graveside in i i with: the furnished. .
hardt). were guests; Steve Beckett and ; the outstanding! display lizards, frogs, tadpoles and frog's Pineview Cemetery i|I As applications. .
Rooms listed below were win- that organization to receive an, Bubba Quattlebaum. I will be able to see themselves on : eggs. I
ners in the "Tug 'o War" event: "award for outstanding achieve-' Newt Roberts gave detailed television monitors placed around i Rev. Nelson out J. W. "Bill" Wesley;
| Moyer
Mrs. Aperman's 3rd grade, Miss ment" as the ByLaws Adminis- plans for the golf match next [ the remote trailer. came : Legion Auxiliary Of CFF CampaigflIlead i On Dean's List At '
I and conducted
Sunday morning .
Hilburn's 4th grade, Mrs. Clark's5th i| trator. Wednesday between the local While visiting the Fair, WF I !
grade, and Mrs. Webb's 6th I I During the 1962.63 year Kav. Lions and Rotary Clubs.It I GA.TV'television crews will I church services for the boys. I| Urges Promptness On I FORT LAUDERDALE Thomas Southern Optometry

grade.All. I ouklis completely rewrote and up- was also announced that video tape segments of the Hi- Scouts participating were Ted Gift Shop DonationsThe I F. Fleming, Jr., Chairman. ,
pupils from grades 1.6 I dated the Jaycee Constitutional the Rotary Assembly would beheld Neighbor farm show, Popeye's Anderson, Dwight Key, Hugh the Citizens for Florda's Future, James W. "Bill" Wesley, son of
were served ice cream. I By-Laws. Curtis Lasserre, who tonight at the town houseof I Pals and the Popeye and Bozo I Stone, Davy Bowers, Franky Theodore H. Hernandez announced today the appointment i Mr. and Mrs. Max Wesley, of
N was president of the Jaycees at I Harry Sahlman. show. These segments will be Littles, Johnny Scarboro, David Unit No. 54, American Legion I of Thomas J. Shave, Jr.. as the Jesup, Georgia, formerly of Fez.
Key Club Slates I the time qf Kavouklis' contributions I shown on the specific shows as I Walters, Steve Anderson. Auxiliary, will have its annual I j Nassau County Chairman in the nandina Beach, was named on the
presented him with a handsome they can be scheduled. i i Leroy Duren; Marc Crumpler,, Gift Shop on October 22 at 8 p.m.1 CFF campaign in support of the Dean's list with grades of B or
Car Wash 'N Wax plaque commemorating his Mrs. ether, High Popular television personalities Lee' Key, Senior Patrol Leaders at the Legion Home. College Building Amendment. :' better iQ.Jilhis\, courses for thesummefltTrm'at

At Rec Center work. School Librarian, Bos'n Jim and Bozo will visit the 'Chip Lee and David Rodeffer, All members are requested to I The CFF is a voluntary organization -: Southern G>llegeof
The award was presented on fair October 17 and October 18, Assistant.. Scoutmaster R. W. bring their gifts to this meetingas formed recently to gmer-: !: Optometry, Memphis, Tenn.
-he Key Club of FBHS wills j I September 23 at a regular Jaycee Attends WorkshopJulien to greet the children attending, 'I Farr, and Scoutmaster Dave'Bow- November 1 is deadline date{ ate awareness and enthusiasm for; Wesley, a senior in the hree-

onsor a Car Wash 'N Wax on meeting. Bryan, Executive direc the fair. Free gifts will be give,I ers. for gifts to arrive' at hospitals. ,) the College Budding Amendment,!\ year professional program,pfctis *
Saturday, October 12, from 9 a.m. tor of the International Film i to the children who visit with I No gifts will be accepted after which will provide some $75,000- to graduate in June 1964.
td 5 at the Recreation Cent the television stars. I Yulee Volunteer October 24 as the chairman must 000) in capital improvements at ,'
Foundation the main speakerat Before entering SCO hd'grad.
was I. classify value, pack and mailboxes I institutions of higher learning in ,! ,
DepartmentSlates uated with a B.S. degree in bin
before deadline. | 29 Florida counties.
Prices I will be $1.00 for a wash, held October 2.5 wheels will be open to the general I
$a.00 for a compact Wash 'N Wax workshop public for their inspection I Fish FryThe Members who do not attend ) The Amendment, which is entitled I logical sciences from Flor'da.State
and $8.00 for standard car.2he Set October 1 17 in Orlando. I,I at no charge.Pirates meeting, and care to contribute, Amendment No. 2, will be on''! University: lie also attend('d.
: public is cordially invited. ,I Fernandina. Beach High School I II Yulee Volunteer Fire Department please leave gifts with Mrs. Faith :! the statewide ballot Election Day, I J South Georgia College.'I
Areld L. Sether
librarian Mrs. -
Open House at FernandmaI announced this week Pearson at Allan's Store or Miss I, November 5th.Trade. I i Mrs. Wesley, the former Jeanne
viewed "The Ancient Egyptian,
I Beach High School is scheduled I film showed by Mr. Bryan as that a fish fry is slated by that Katherine Hirth, 103 North 6th, Wildes is the daughter of Mr, and
I ; for the evening of October 17, a part of his speech. I. group for Saturday, Oct. 12. St., chairman. Non-breakable giftsare I At Home I Mrs. L. M. Wildes, Raiford, formerly
: ,
OYSTERSCOCKTAIL I between 7:30 and 900.: informative I (Continued from Pago One) I I The fish fry will be held at the preferred due to shipping. of Fernandina Beach. '
i The various teachers will be in, During the workshop several before Arnold fumbled and Green :: Yulee High School Ball Park be- Members, please answer this I ------ -- ------ --
E I their rooms to greet the parents I sessions were held to Cove recovered on their own 36 '' ginning. 5 p.m.. and lasting un- cause promptly. !
J i introduce new library methods I II ,I 'I til i K. Hirth,Rehabilitation Chairman.Cooper's '
and discuss the course of study yard line. 8 p.m. Following the fish fry .
; and the students' progress in it. I' and materials to those attending. :;: Green Cove moved the ball down I there will be outdoor dancing to a I I'I'I EnsuloteYour
Mrs. Sether attended a meeting ".
served field for three first downs before ; live orchestra. t '
.. i Refreshments will be ; headed by Alberta McBride of ; tI I \ I I"
for parents and teachers in the Andrew Jackson High School in : Goolsby passed to Hodse for a i i,i Another feature of the event \\ Homo
: I
RESTAURANT I school cafeteria. Jacksonville! the. circulation and touchdown. The try for the extra will be the awarding of a portable Laundry
,. PierI I I Parents of all high school students 'I: PaPerbaclCs.She on I point failed and Green Cove was I II I television set to some lucky. ticket .
Across From Ocean repair of I ahead, 6-0, at the end of the first I|I holder. I With Removable Clear Plastic ;
Private Dinin Room For I are urged to attend.. also' learned more about I half of play.Fernandina. I! Those going from this area to ; Coin-Operated

Parties, Clubs, Etc. bulletin.boards from Al Hurowiti.1 kicked off to open i i the County Fair in Callahan on Laundry and Dry :
I Classifieds Pay Off supervisor" of work art session.in the second half of play and Green I! that night 'are especially: invited I STORM WINDOWS
at another Cove moved the ball from their I to stop by, and sample the fish on Gleaning:
Interestingand II
"On of the most
45 yard line to the Fernan their '
I informative parts of the program own dina 20 before Barry Rice fell on i! way. Mrs.\ Doris Howard, Jalousie Door Size Only $4,25 .
Trimmins"will include famous
- - --; ," said Mrs,;;. Sether, "was the I[:
a Clay fumble to give the Pirate hushpuppies 'of Sheriff .H. J. Manager14th
books and

1 i I Specio&i! F R E E I display information.the librarians of various"The to new exhibits become helped acquainted -- the Arnold ball on and their Rowe own carried 22. thr'I'I Youngblood.TryACIsst. & Beech Streets Points Five- PORTER & LOVEQUIST 26,3ci :g .

U. ball to the Fernandina 40
in I 'fi
WOODBURY with what was new Cove ed Ad
the Green
Wood punted to
/ \\ WITH THIS COUPON I the, field of audio visual equipment I -- -- -- -- --- --- -- --> -- --- ._ --
I LOTION 30 at which point the Blue Devils -- -- -
/iijtAx, AND and printed materials, touchdown
started on another 70-yard
(= $100 Value, PURCHASE continued. drive with Goolsby passingto
I $5.00 After the program, a business Puhl for the final four yards

I OHM e vUoc t o. ua AT.. WAAS DRUG STORE meeting tion requirements was held where for acred Florida'ta- failed and the and score.Green The Cove extra,led point, 12-0.try WEE K END SPECIAL I :;'"

schools were discussed. The Am-
Fernandina took the ensuing

LAST 3 Days I rican standards Library. Association for school recommends librar-; kickoff ball on with the 20 Arnold and racing receiving to the the FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY AT THIS LOW PRICE '

ies."The Fernandina 38. Tyson, Arnold
standard library requirements Wood and Schomas along with a .
OUR BIG FALL for Florida schools are very ,
I the Pirates
: Tyson-to-Wood pass gave .. .
flexible" said Mrs. Sether, a first down on the Green .
Florida Library Association re Cove 8 where Arnold went to the "
commend! 5 books per student; goal line and fumbled with the
Ic SALE Fernandina Beach. High School Blue Devils recovering in the enJzone 4
has 10 books'per. student .in its for a touchback which; gave

Ii library." I them the ball on their own 20. + 1
IiI : :
Sether said that the displays -
I Mrs.
The ball exchanged hands again
Waas Drug Store were !interesting and the and Fernandina moved the ball
informative, but that the
program I, to; the Green Cove 13, but could
experience of interchanging ideas 1 not get any closer to the goal and
Atlantic At Sixth among the librarians. attending the game finally ended with Creep
/ of
the most rewarding part
was Cove in possession on their own

t. _j the workshop. I 20 yard line. /
i A tremendous crowd left the' :
of the :
stadium in shock as most
f fans had anticipated a first home MODERN
Sectional I Sofa f
game victory for the Pirates who 4.PIECE
Races had defeated Camden on the road

Drag and tied before P. K.entertaining Yonjje at Gainesville Greet TIY

Cove. Solid Foam Reversible Cushions Zippered .
Friday night the Pirates hopt :I "
to get back into the winning column :! Covers Upholstered. High Pile Rayon-Nylon
,) BUCCANEER DRAG STRIP when they travel to Madisonto I, .
take on what is described as a COLOR CHOICE ., .
'I "Good Madison team" although
have lost twice this ,
the Bulldogs 1

11-' ; Sunday October 13 season.The Pirates will be in good Reg. NOW $

shape for the trip and Coach Ben- I'
\ I nerO hopes they will go all-out for $168
:,; GATES OPEN AT 10:00 A.M. TIME TRIALS 12:00 a I Fernandina victory.Northeast p $249.95o ONLY .

i RACES 2:30 P.M. Florida o

I (Continued from Page One) r $10 Down $10 Month .
BIG MATCH RACE BETWEEN I will be held Friday. It will also
I be Cattlemen's and 4-H and FFA

Pat Patterson's "(hey" From Cocoa Beach, Fla. 'I.' in Livestock the county Day.will All be white closed.schools E i"NST ANT CREDIT I MATHER'S FAMOUS 3-ROOM (JHOUPHfiwymttn

-And- Saturday will be Dairy and G-fup. lUQQfT C OU ;les* Vofo. Cr pi
Homecoming[ Day. ALL YOU WANT
I Included in the 4-day events

Shorty Lovett's "Chev" From Yulee will be dairy, swine, and beef
I judging and showmanship, poultry -
I and egg judging and farm' $250 50

products, athletic program, horse MEAT Nom HOMO* loamoNS a. 1ruwuy mrr

ALL THE HOT STOCKS, GASSERS AND DRAGSTERS :I racing, and many exhibits other will events.Women's include. DELUXE GlOUf *

baked products, canning, sewing, V itv.'wj fon
i u_ WILL BE HERE RUNNING AT THEIR BEST I home furnishings, crochet knitting '*ft'"l-d'Cerr 0 ; n j 3 ;
tatting, rugs, handcrafts,
I flower show, and others. !I NO till's! $400 $500

I I Operated Under Management of Nick Smith i i
Trade At Home I J I



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: j I Poge Four News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursday, October 10, 19G3 --..- .. ...-- _
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--- I Mrs. William Hawkins I Flower Show Rules

Officers Installed Mrs. E. J. Junck: Installed As President. : ...,. -V. -r ....,...,......-...- -- -. -. '. II

At DOCCQS Class At Hospital Agxiliqry Luncheon Meeting I S. At CaHflkm Fair
::1. Mr.. and. Mrs. Elbert Gill announce : '

Supper Meeting .. the marriage of their Mrs. Besse Mizell, Flower
The Women's Auxiliary oiHumphreys daughter. MJ i& Shirley Latrelle
I S Styw chairma lor the Northeast ; -
Memorial Hospital me;t i Gi&: to Mr.:. William H nry Hawkins __ 1-w _' .
The held
Dorcas Sunday School Mrs. Williams Speaks \_- I Florida Fair... to be i .
the hospital .
Tuesday on q'clock, i.1l -
Chm of &e First Baptist Church son of; Mr. and Mrs. Don Callakan Octobfr: 15-19, this week
held its annuasupper and in. )\ dining: room for i its, annual j At October MeetingOf :Bawkins. of;' Lyncbburg* Virginia, announced rules, and specifications .
luncheon and installation of of-
J ,
etallation of officers at the Surf Rose Gorden Club : The weddng was solemnized; for those entering exhibitsin
1 i Restaurant on Thursday, October fibers.Mrs.i Ik t Saturday, September 2$.. at s ven, 1l\ tle coming event,
.. W. W. Stewart, past president thirty o'clock at the home of. te
t 3. :. I 'the October meeting pf the I : There wUl b) e four classes for
installed Mrs. E. H Junckas I bride at 21 South Sixth} Street
j V ing the theme "Blest Be I Rose Garden Club held Monday arrangements with a chairmanfor .
I president; ; Mr?.. W. A... Davis. was J The R*v. J. W Keen, pastor of cb follows
e4ctp :
ss aa
in the home of Mrs. B. L >
11' The Tie That Bjn4 Mrs. Maude list yice-pres.'dent: ; Mrs. J. J. G. RauscherL tbe Five Points Baptist Church, \ _, Mrs, Joe Stufits, 516 Stanley

I Hazefwood installed! the follow. CQoper, 2nd., vice-president; Mr*. I' Mrs. Albin Thompson and Mrs. .J performed the ceremony before Drive, Fernandnifl Beach dried

:'I. ing. officers.... Mrs. John Klarer, Frank Snyder, secretary; Mjs. W. H. Russell were co-hostesses fr i members of the family and close arrangement '(a) Dried and
; teacher: Mrs. L. A. Jones, pres!. Robert Carson treasurer; and for the occasion. friends.Mr. sprayed ((91 Natural dried.

I I dent: Mrs. L. S. Grant, 1st vice Mrs. Arthur Willyoung, corresponding I After the buffet supper, a and Mrs. Gill entertainedat Mrs. Winnie Eskridge, HilKa/d

I, president;; Mrs. J.. B. Haddock secretary. I short business meeting was pre- a reception immediately after Thanksgiving (a) Fruits and

l and Mrs. J. A. Lee secretaries: I Guest* included B. C. Lewis, L : sided over by Mrs. John Barniak the ceremony. flowers. (b) ?loe.rs.Mr.s. .
Mrs.- .M. B. Brannon, treasurer; A. Ferrei.a and Emory Walker, the new president. Following a wedding trip the I I Ethel Lucas, Callahan -

t, and group: ? captains, Mrs. Vera hospital board members-, and. Ben r Guest speaker for the occasion. couple is residing at 584 South Christmas. (a) Fresh: material

( Hamrick, Miss Reba Haile, Mrs. Carke}, administrator.A Mrs. Tom Williams, d:rector of Fletcher Ave. (I b) Sprayed material
\ J. C. Ramsey and Mrs. F. L. Tip- delicious covered d'sh: buffet I District Four. of Orange: Park, :Mr.. Hawkins is: employed at I Mrs.; Louise flood, Yulee -

j. pins.,.. .. .. luncheon was served following th. I sooke on' "What Federation Lasserre Motor Co. I Church, (a) Fresh material.

following the installation invocation by Mr" Ferreira. Tables I Means To Me." She stressed the -- --= .- Those \\ishing to enter an arrangement -

Mrs. Hamrick gave the class were, artfully arranged with value of what a large group of -..'- .- '-:------ $ L are asked to call or
1 history for the year. fall flowers and place mats. I women rganized and working Mrs J. Pozega Hosts Teen CIb QqQ write the chairman of the classin

,I A prayer of thanks was offered Mrs. Junck spoke briefly before together can accomplish.As Edith Flood CircleThe I PaJloon and Nancy Kwan. star b"tlE. M1" A'\\ which they \,'ish to exhib:",

I I by Mrs. Klarer for the blessings adjournment. I' an example of this she told TRAQTION. ," at the Han TMw Sunday an4 M rla\ I and. jeser; e th? siz.e niche requited '
of four small Jacksonville Slated St ,_ {or the. entry; ,
: of the past year and for m gar- Edith Flood Circle of the ," "
continued, blessings for the. new I Edna Ward Bible den clubs which were organizedin Memorial. Methodist Church: -met I I Arrangements may be entere3
I the early twentes: and how Junior HighLightsBY up tq. 11 9.in, on, October. 16.
year to tone. Tuesday at the. : home of Mrs. The ('reen.'Club" will have a I '
I Class To MeetThe they grew into the largest garden {here will be a limited number
At the close of the program a club in the world. John Pozega. I Juke Box Dance Saturday evening is each classification, therefore,
t, verse of the hymn, "Blest Be I Mr$. \VL. Lay, chairman, i from. 7:30 until 11:00 in the CAROLYN BREEDER those asked to .
Edna S. Ward Class reserye
I Bible She also mentioned of entering are
The Tie That Binds," was sung many opened the meeting and presented game room and patio of. the Recreation .. '
of the Memorial Methodist Church'I the interesting and talented I Hello a niche as early as pos
Mr. :
by the' peo- the: devotional topic, "We Tellon Center. 4: BoUingjjworth, 9k.: MAPiechoeinski .
group. {I will meet Tuesday, October 15 at ple she has met during her years Ourselves." j I Lat week got off to.. a big I ,, -2, Mrs. ,Part t%;. -:J; sible.I!
Mrs. Dena Arnold was a guest ((8:00 p.m in the home of Mrs. R.I of work with garden clubs and I regular business There will .'be no .charge. for start with achievement.4 tests for I Mr. fowe1.1.1' ;. 'MJ.'So.ooS. l1, For potted. plants:

for the occasion. B. Lockwood. Mrs. L K. Nolan told of some amusing incidents I Durng the group a made plans session for-I. clothes.member ,?. and the dress is school ) .. the seventh. and I Jlr. Tyson;\.\Q; and; Mr.s.W. rt- Plants may be in containers up

Details of the November meet- will serve as co-hostess. which have occurred during her carrying out and being respon- I eighth grades. man. ", n. *. V 12 inches in diameter, but not

ing will be announced. tenure of of fee.: sible for various church activi-I Nonmembers.may be admittedif These test.wilJ Friday the Jajcees. presented, a,, over.Pots
Florida Leqion Mrs. Williams stressed the they purchase a mernbership; ( show how the In- : must be clear and presentable
ties and participating in the on bicycle safety.: P.oJ-
the value of Federated'clubs tryingfor for $too and bring a parent program either clay, painted,
111.one year newsprint consumed dividual.student. '
World of October ice Officer Robert Moore; and, ,
Day Prayer on
I by newspapers in Amer,'can Auxiliary Head the awards offered by the I signed "Teen Club" application! k ranks among. students -I State Patrolman Doyle, spoU i elastic, or covered. Owner to do
r :
cities and communities would To Visit AreaMrs. Federation. For example she said 25.The : (found elsewhere in this edition). 4.. all over. the 'Ten Commandments. of theIRoa& : own painting or covering at home.
that received mils onary education report Exhibit will be entered as left.
the Na.
: make'a. continuous ribbon of par Kentucky Refreshments will be served 4 the country. -
per fifteen inches wide and more Mamie Arnold, of Seb- tional Award for getting rid of "The Churches and the United by the chaperones, Mr.. and Mrs '. Thursday, at | I Each exhibit must be labeled
t r than 195 million miles long. of the junk piles along the highways.It Nations" was presented by W. F. Beugnet and Mr. and Mrs. seventh prod: ,I They showed a film discussing .'with owner's name and where
ring, department president Mrs. Don Brown.The I $ the proper. care, rules ,and riding possible, name of plant
is law in that
now a Kentucky Ralph. Wood.Chaperones. ._ '> Mr. Fizer spoke I
'Florida American Legion Auxiliary ? ; <'
\ will make her official visit junk pIes: must be at least 30 I meeting was closed with a are supplied by the :\:Ji v to the seventh abilities needed for a 'bike. | Exhibitor will place her own
benediction in unison. I I Several members' the .Junior entry in the place designated.
to the Northern Area on October feet from the highways and be said Youth Committee of the Fernan: and eighth grade student bodyon : i
15. surrounded by a wall. Mrs. Fred Cook will be the dina Beach Woman's Club. some. ofthe campus rules._ He i[ High took places in the "BicycleRodeo" 1 The following is a list of plants
Mrs. John Seitz and Mrs. Geo- 1 at the ; that may be displayed for judgjing -
hostess for the November meet- also gave merits and demerits on i i Saturday morning I
Leg/on: Auxiliary units includedin rge S. Fox then judged floral ing. leaving and entering assembly.The : Recreation Center. Many nice I : begonias, bromihades, cactus -
this area are: No. 137, No. 238, crotons, geraniums, orchids,
arrangements made by Mrs. Walter Approximately 8 attended. "College Day" At demerit standings are: .i prizes were given.
No. No. 129 and No.
No.9. 88 ,
Preston and Mrs. Cecil Hall. Miss Carpenter, 9; Mrs. Pozega, See you next, week: philadendron, rubber plants.
54 of Fernandina Beach. I A social hour followed after Pot plants must be entered on

Dinner will be served and all which the meeting adjourned.The Bykota Class To Fernandina Beach y I October 15.Counseling.

Legionaires and auxiliary members next meeting will be held C
: are invited to attend. November 4th. Mrs. Walter Honor Mrs.. Willis i For
High School Oct. 18 1 !
I I Tickets may be obtained from Preston and Mrs. A. E. Taplin At Supper TonightThe The
Post 137 of Jacksonville. will be cohostesses.PERSONALS. University StudiesAt
--- Bykota Class of the First; Thursday the 18th between 1:0: < JU October 14

; Baptist Church will honor Mrs. and 3:00: i is the date set for Per- Garden Basket

I IJl I Hubert Wiljis at a covered dish I,nandina Beach High School's an J' The Florida Institute for Continuing .

$ supper tonight at 7 p.m.. in the; nual "College Day.'* University Studies has, announced .

I Soc'al Hall. I I "Four states and 19 college BY, JANE SCOFIELD I that Monday, October 11,

Jl i I : --- I Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Lofton returned -I Lyn Joyner, a freshman at Pal. Mrs. Willis class teacher: for I, will be renresented. for the combined I has been' set as the next counseling .

recently from a three I atka Junior College, was home many years, is leaving with Mr .I benefit"'hI $ the F.B.H.S. seniors Garden clubs are now holding sage classes, both dried and fresh. : .date at its Jacksonville Univ.

Ii : week stay in Rochester, Minne- i[ last weekend to visit his parents, Willis in the near future to/ make and their the seniors- their first meetings of the new I Entries in the Artistic Arrangement ersity center.

I I sota where Mr. Lofton was in the I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Joyner. their home in North Carolina. I guests, club and their various projects .- section are to be made on1 j I For those persons presently
:j '. Mayo Clinic. Ii AU members are cordially invited : from Yulee High School" said year. October 16th before 10:00 AM., working towards a degree or plan
: Mr. and Mrs. Wolff I getting : way.
I i Raymond to attend and bring a covered I. Mrs. Ruth N. Edenfield, high the I with potted plant entries made on ning to start a masters prograri
Miss Dorothy McSwain, PFC, have returned from ten day We hear from members of
a vacation
II in-1
dish. school guidance counselor. October 15th. Mrs. Stubits has I in education, counselors from the
was home last week to be with : on the east coast and points Magnolia Club who heard Mrs.
i iI formation Of
r I Each will 1! on niche sizes University of Florida will be avail.
her mother, Mrs. J. W. McSwain, in central Florida. : I college representative Cecil Hall give the garden' high io'
I entries not limited able.
!Ii I who was confined to the hospital.I f be assigned a classroom.} The in lights of her European trip at course, are
t Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Haddock and i garden club members. There are I I Counselors will be available in
She returned to Washington Stork ClubMr. terested.students. will be able to ther: opening. meeting that the -
Thursday where she is stationed I daughters, Brenda and Dawn visited I circulate among them. rest of us have really somethingto i to be ribbon and cash.awards.. the Board Room University Council -

in the Pentagon. .. for several. dajsvtbk week The, representatives will answer look forward to.. Good gardeners I Just a week later there promises Building, 3:306:00'p.m.: : tnJ
t with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jones and Mrs. Gordon Howard such ,questions as, "What areas o{ that Mr. .and _Mrs. Hall are, I I to be quite a good flower .show at i j jI 7:00-9:00 p.ni.Additional .
r Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lambright and their daughter Patsy.Mr. Brigance: are the proud parents ofa study are covere4 by your college j they absorbed many interesting the' Greater Jacksonville Fair'' to information may besecured ,
left for Great Lakes 111. Gordon Howard Jr. born I II I I held the Coliseum. The Garden from the office of
4 Tuesday and Mrs. DeWitt Weaver cf son, I ?" or "What size, or: what details on the gardens they visI be at; Supt.
II to attend graduation of their son, September 26 at Orange Memorial offered will I : .Club of Jacksonville is putting'lit John T. Weisner.
I cost! Information
Mobile Alabama here Mon- .
Frank, Jr., who is completing Reemit I were Hospital in Orlando. Mrs. I ited.Our I on this 'year.Yulee : I
I Training. He will return day for a short visit with her I Brigance is the former Miss Sh'rjley -I cover all areas from entrance scholarship r"- town had another European -I .

[ I with his parents to spend a two I II mother, Mrs. Sadie Sheffield. i Anderson daughter of Mr. 'i quirements grant opportunities to available. and howto traveler this summer arranged whose for P-T A Meeting t i : ,

week, leave before reporting for I and Mrs. S. F. Anderson, Sr. trip was.specifically OYSTERSFRIED
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Purvis of apply for them. Mrs. Ray I '
I garden sightseeing. In i iI
his first assignment. Jesup, Georgia visited for several I The following representativewill mond Ketchum, Immediate Past Tonight High .

I Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Anderson, I days last week with Mr. and Mrs. New Trends be present:, President! of the: Rose Garden I I School Cafeteria. ,

I the : Sr, have returned from a twoweek's Okie Purvis. and the latter'smother Dr. C. E. Tanzy, Division of : Club,. took .a special darden Club '
I, visit in Orlando with their i Mrs. Ruth Edens, and sister Basic; Studies, Florida State University I Tour of, Europe and came home I II I The rule Parent Teacheri ..Association SURF

) fractional I son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and I Miss Mary Jean Edens. Home EC. TeachersAttend I i Tallahassee; David 0. I full of :enthusiasm for: what she I will meet ; tonight at: .

I Mrs., Gordon Howard Brigance, i Jimmy McFarland, presently attending Styles, Admissions! Counselor: ,' had seen. I 7:30. in the\ school. cafeteria-'. \ ,. : RESTAURANTAcross

and new grandson, Gordon How- Chipola Junior College, Conference I I MaryviUe College Maryvil1e.I i I Both ,of these travelers: bel\Jng i' Th ,re will be a Civil, Defense1 i
\ = favorite ard, Jr., born September 26. I was home last weekend for the ,I Tenn.; Charles N. Watson, Asso. to tbnose Garden Club which is speaker and a discussion, oj)', <5rA From Ocean Pier

? I I Green Co\e-Fernandma High date Director of Admission.i.I : I ganizing a Boy 'Scout.Troop..I or.: Private. Dining Room For
Lt. Dee Lofton, a former student "New Trends in All Phases of eagerly awaiting to hear their 1 .
University Atlanta. Georgia I Club Etc.Cooper's
i game. I Emory -, I II the Yulee area. Parties, .
LEVI'S : and graduate of Fernandina Secondary Educat'on": was what I Cot E, W. Jacunski, Department stories but had another; important !'
I ; Those interested are: urged to' __ _
I for its first meeting..1 -J- L
I Beach High School, spent the past Johnny Drury left Monday for Dr. Karl Openshaw talked about of Engineering Graphics commitment : -
attend. ------ -----
weekend with his :I Jacksonville enroute to six weeks in his recent speech to the State This club was, privileged to have I f
here parentsMr. Mr. John Highsmith, Science
; basic He is the Teachers of Home for its opening meeting the new
I lof training. Conference
and Mrs. Hoyt Lofton. Lt. army Dent, St. Johns River Junior I YOUNGEST: GENERAL/
i Director of District IV, Florida j :
TRIM- son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Drury. Economics Education in' Tampa. ,
Lofton is presently: stat'oned at 11 Home economics teachers attending I College. Palatka; Mr. .Gary Mea- : Federation of..Garden Clubs, Mrs i i George A. Custer who} died : Laundry

Fort Benning, Georgia.Mrs. | Mrs. F. J. Schroeder returned i from our area'we're: Mrs. I dows. Stetson University, Deland- Thomas J. 'Williams of Orange with his men. in' the Little BigHorn :

Sadie Sheffield was in I recently from a three week visit ;. Alvin Smith Fernandina Beach ;' Mr. F. Jack Henderson Jr, Director Park,:who proved to have the hap- j massacre at the age of.37, Coin-Operated
Folkston, Ga. with relatives' kst with her brother and his familyin High School; Mrs. Lavonda Mc- of Admissions, LaGrange Col- P7 faculty of sugar-coating her was the youngest Union ;general I

CUTS i weekend to attend the funeral of Birmingham Alabama.Mr. Curdy, Yulee; and Mrs. Mable I leee, LaGrange, Georgia: ; Mr. ; doses:of garden club vitamins in the Civil War. He was 231 when i Laundry and Dry
William 0. Johnson, Admissions! i with much wit and humor that [ given the rank of brigadier general
Jim Charlton sheriff. II I so
: Sikes, County and Mrs. Forrest Ozburn Wells, Hilliard. I Counselor, Lakeland; Miss Doris !i she enthralled her aud ... :- .'. Cleaning
Dr. NEA, fea- completely t:
Openshaw, was a -
left Monday for Atlanta for a Manning, College Representaive, rJ.
Wide Selection Ken Nolan was home from Chi- visit with hii father, W. R. Oz :' tured speaked at the four day I I Wesleyan College, Macon, Geor :!! ience. I When. washing your .tAmp' .Mrs. Doris Howard,
burn, Sr. Mr. Ozburn who is 88 !conference attended by representatives of ; The Azalea Club had our own I
John T. Mitchell, Director
: Junior College last weekend gia; shades the. colors ;
pola Garden Association prevent {rom- Manager
from the five areas of :local Club
old suffered serious fall
visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. years a I i Admissions, Mercer Universitv, running by' turning 'electric
I j I Florida. He stressed the importance President, .Mrs. Joseph Stubits as ,
and has been He
hospitalized. Dr. W. : &
BAilEY'Stlantic Georgia George llth Beech Streets
Ken bass in the Macon. :
i Lewis K. Nolan. a I fan on shades as soon: as you'Ve
; of that home speaker for itt"first meeting. Mrs ;
realizing eco !
mixed glee club has been elected has been a frequent visitor herein I Gambill, President, Andrew College I rnsed; them.
nomics than Stubits"' able to thatenough4
sewing report
covers more was
I past 'ears. _.
) Cuthbert, Georgia.
and ,
president of ,organization ---- -- --- --
: had been collected ,
and cooking. I I money i
At Seventh has also been invited to join the John H. Greene, Professor of', j -
Clothing and textiles, housing I :. or voted to make a satisfactory I .- .
Lancers, a select group of singers. Jr. Hi-Elementary Mathematics Norman Collie, beautification of !
and home furnishing, food andnutriton start on the : r VI
-- - Harry rl
I I I Norman Park, Georgia; Mr. -
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: personal family, and South 14th Street with flowering j !Tj.
LUNCHROOM MENUSOct. Director'of Public Relations --
Pickup, h
social relations, and child develop trees. The idea seems to be that
Agreement And Application For Mem- 14-17 ment were only some of the areas I. Florida College, Temple I the Garden Clubs finance the purchase TRYOURNEWIDEASON 11
.. I Terrace Mr. J. Lem Stokes, President -I
Monday Ham loaf, potatoes of the large field of home econo- : of enough trees to make the
In The Amelia Island Youth ,
: bership Pfeiffer College.
: Misenh&mI I worthwhile and with EXTERIOR DECORATING 11
Au Gratin, cabbage and carrot I mics mentioned by Dr. Openshaw. : project )
: Organization; I. salad, rolls and butter, applesauce I Another feature of the confer-I,er, N. C.: Mrs. Marie Lake K. Moore Jcn-, these, funds'raked.. the actual purchasing { Awnings, Kitchen Remodeling Never Paint,
spiced cake, % pint milk. : ence was the introduction Actinsr Registrar, ; planting, and upkeep Use'Our Dura-Brick Patio Slabs Brick
.:... RECREATION CENTER ATLANTIC AVENUE I' Tuesday Hamburger I bun, I newly approved, texts i ia the field. !I. }jor College, Lake. City; Mr. Douglas I;: would be the responsibility of the & Block Work. Ganges Home Remodeling,

'y;.. The Youth Committee of the Fernandina Beach W"Tnan's i lettuce and tomato salad, buttered I A synopsis of each was given to Epperson.' Forest Mrs. Bette Ranger W. City These plans were formulated -i Room Additions and Repairs, Aluminum Siding,
k School, Lake City; Reliable Painting Inside &, Outside Chain
Youth assocate: the individual teachers j' last spring at meeting of representatives -'
: Club, who are the Snonsors of the Amelia Island i corn, cherry: cobbler, 1A : Adams. Director of Public Religions I: a Link Fence* '., Financing Available.
:Organization do hereby wish, tp take thjs opportunity to in- i| pint milk. i with the material to be used starting [ Va!. i' of each garden club'
each that will be resnonsible for I Valdosta. State College, also de- ASK ABOUT OUl\ GUARANTEE
,form parent we providing Chicken this year. with Mr. Beard. It was :
.haneron3 at the Recreaton Center each and I| Wednesday pileau, I'in'osta, Georgia: Lt Colonel Fred
every Saturday; salad lettuce leaf 'I The purpose of the meeting was cided that the donation of money |
ni rht fJ'tQ70: to 11-00: P.M., and for, pther special activities i pineapple on only to acquaint the Florida Ragland, Air Force Reserve, Jack. ,: by those who wished to plant
beans rolls, and butter ; I _
]jof thp. Youth Organization.Our : snap I(Jionville; V. S. Navy Recruifi '
teachers with memorials
Home Economics flowering trees :
efforts are voluntary and fr, the benefit of the youth r brownie, H pint milk. I : layers; Mr.. Merle Slater, Assist as 1 -
.of this fommunitv however l like I Thursday Spaghetti w/ I the, new needs and changing of South would be welcomed in this project ; .
we wou4 to.8rquainthe, par"enti tint Registrar!: University ;
with th. POrt it's 'et un by the Amelia Island Youth Or. 1'ground beef and tomato: sauce, I, trends in, their fieW. but to ad I r(Florida Tampa; U. S. Coast Guard : Mrs. Stubits had "Fair Books" /_ __

...ranirHtion" Executive Committee (also ki ow* as "Te n Club") [tossed salad, rolls and butter, them in better preparing their Academy Representative; Dr. Nor- I II of: the Northeast Florida Fair and ._ _. r i'
-and the Youth Committee of the Woman's Club, as follows: i I canned apricots, chocolate chip I students for {utre decisions and I.'man Crawford Jacksonville University -I a reminder that it was just a week '

: 1. That teen aers will not have to sign in and out. cookie, % pint milk. actions. Jacksonville; LtACoL Fred away. Each year the local garden '1'
That of I NO SCHOOL ON FRIDAY I As any field! of education, Home : clubs are urged to encourage their 'IJJ
2. parents assume! the responsibility their teenager; : lB.! Ragland. U. S. Air Force: Academy J
"should that teenager dec:de tQ leave the premises of the Recreation : FAIR DAY. Economics seeks to give the student i; ; and W. F. Sutherland.FIp* members to enter both horticulture ,
Center. II a pattern of knowledge, a rida State. Employment Service. I!: and artistic arrangements in
3. That no teenager will b< permitted to loiter outside the IN MEMORIAM set of values whch! will serve asa I, the flower show of the Fair. This L _
As these representatiyes bay*
:Recreation Center building and/or the immediate. vicinity. Whitehead In loving memory I basis for interpretation of new service for them, th* lear the flower show committee .
come as a. .
4. Thit this notiw be signed and returned with) dues, as of our mother, Myrtice: Whitehead, situations which. will face him in Fernandina Beach High School is. endeavoring eliminate. some ,; -_-, .
-my permission for membership in the Amelia Island Youth Or i. who passed away one year ago, the future. 'students) are_ urged to attend il" of the past confusion, placing entries .5 __
ganization, and I further agree to the policies set forth in thisnotice. October 9, 1962. of artistic designs by asking : HOM
that !
spite of the fact school wiJJ (
for advance reservations
I : October brings sad memories ofa I not be in session because of Fair :I
kindness of I
and sympathy There of
loved to rest. Memor. Ii are to be two classes
: parent or Guardian one gone neighbors and friends in our recent iDay. dried classes '
stea! i. I II arrangements, two t
ies are treasures no one can ; : II IIo
:Name __.._........._...__.___._ Address ......_.._. __._........ death is a heartache no.. one can sorrow will always remain This program is designed to help ( Christmas arrangements, a !
with. us as a precious :seniors and discuss the possibilityof !
class of
? memory. Thanksgiving arrangements -
........................ heal Only God knows how: muchwe '
:Telephone Age ...._._ Grade in. School '_ I miss Our sincere thanks am\ gratitude a college career. Although the :I i and 9 class of church ar

The policies set forth in this Notice were agreed on. by the I (signed you. } The Children. for all those comforting acts, :program is meant primarily for rangements. Mrs. Stubits is in I "HOME OF QUALITY"
Teen Executive Committee of the Amelia Island Youth Organ- I and a special thanks to the FAA !seniors, interested juniors are also charge of the dried arrangements
: ization and the Youth Committee of the Fernandina Beach j invited. and in- 3257 Souihside! Blvd. Phone 725.4570JacksoryiIIe

I Woman's Club on Monday; September 30, 1963.- I Trade Mi. families.signed.( ) The family of the Parents. of interested studentsare formation can give regarding any necessary the other I Florida! i And 72519441m"

.- !"" ____- """ :>o. "'__,, _"! I late. Bay fi. 'y- welcome.. to. attend.. classes. There_ are also to be corA -

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f dentcs of a leaen: of the blockade : News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida- er 10, Five
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a 1I I,.101010.0QOO Q1Q1O.O o. OJ Oiij OJ 012.01. have been discovered. A Confederate !!

I i party, estimated at about October 18 -.The. Federals' are subjects for hucksters and extor The. U. S. bark Gem of the Sea-
r i it thirty! armed men, were seen, but I I moving their wounded to- the government tioners to fleece and pillage. They I this morning captured near Charlotte :-* .
I fLORIDA no attack was made. I j building near the lighthouse will certainly buy at exhorbitant Harbor a small sloop-rived .
i N;'r A rt f l October 14 The 8th Florida on Egmoftt Key where Dr. prices what they don't want, or boat, with one barrel of turr rtI -- '
participated today in the Battle : Gunning of the U. S. S. Tahoma rather what they can do withoutin I tine and four men: George An3-'' :
t : 4 A inHUl TEARS AGO of Bristow Stat:on. Lieutenant is in charge. Captain Westcott in preference to those articles: erson, James Grunsell, Benjamin".
4' Colonel William Baya is listed Tampa informs a Federal officer i which are necessary to their sub : Kemp, and R=chard Maiers, former ,?
.> among the wounded. I I who has arrived in the city undera sistence." Money will purchase marshal of Key West. The men
Edited by SAMUEL PROCTOR October 15 Admiral Baileyat 1 flag of truce that Federal sold medicines and other articles not reported that they had sailed from;
Key West reports that he now I iers will be buried with full military i produced on Florida plantations: Clearwater four days ago and|

Tnnnftftftffi\ \ KA \ l\ ,. ,. ,. l\1\/\f\\ ,,-,. 6X : has thirty-three ships attached I rites. Meanwhile, the sa lors and farms. { were enroute to Nassau. :. -:: f
uuuuuuuuuuuuuu.uuuiPublished uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu to the East Gulf Blockading I raised Sigmund Sulzbacher has openeda I October 22 Commander A. A..
I Squadron. i ii a purse tobacco shop in Tallahassee near Semmes of the U. S. gunboat Ta-..
by"J I Sentinel Hilton received 188 i The U. S. S. Honduras today I erals who were taken prisoner. the bookstore. He has "fne cigars I homa at Tampa Bay this morning[
ni I Id FLORIDA LIBRARY AND Totes to 46 for Roulhac in the I captured the British steamer I October 19 The British I and good tobacco at fair prices," I communicated by flag of truce- '
I HISTORICAL COMMISSIONCIVIL race for Congress. A. L. Wood, Mail near St. Petersburg with schooner Meteor sailed from Havana I according to his advertisements in i with Captain Westcott in an effort -
II WAR. ward was elected to the Florida I 176 bales of cotton and six barrels I today with papers showing ; the local paper. : to have the family of Acting
I CENTENNIAL COMMISSION House of Representatives.The : of turpentine. About $2,500 ;.clearance for Matamoras, Mexico, i The Confederate schooner Ann I Master's Mate II. A. Crane re ,
208 Valencia Avenue; Florida Sentinel reveals a : ($1,200 in specie, the remainderin j According to rumor in Key West, 1 1I of Nassau and another small sloop leased, but without success. -
\ Coral Cables 34. Florida sensational cure for lockjaw. According ; Southern and Confederate bank I the Meteor is a blockade runner carrying a cargo of sea-island cot I Commander Semmes reports*
Edited by SAMUEL PROCTOR, to this report, a young notes) was also captured. The and is hoping to land a cargo at ton were captured at Bayport to ,
i A scene from the movie "DONOVAN'S REEF" showingat University of Florida lady ran a nail into her foot"recently Mail was seized after a 3-hour I St. Marks. I that he is sending private letters

the Ilan Theatre Friday and Saturday and at the I "Meat for the Confederacy" ... and her physician pro I I chase in which the U. S. S. Two I The Chief Commissary officer day.October 21A letter to the received by flag of truce and?
Drive-N Saturday night. Significant Florida Events for nounced her recovery hopeless. Sisters, Sea Bird, and Fox. also I I for General Braxton Bragg's I editor of the Florida Sentinel reports -I' three refugees to Key West aboard"
October, 1863 I An old woman "then took her in participated. I I army fighting in north Georgia, I Ii : an incident today in Talla the U. S. S. Honduras. One is a"
bination with other game fish hand and applied powdered beet : October 16 Learning that I i makes an urgent appeal for FlorIda hassee "which had it been perpetrated man named Mobley, a drugris i ti!
Nassau SCD Has such as shellcrackers, bluegill October 1- According tto a root to her foot The result two blockade runners, the Scot- meat to feed the soldiers. All i iI i in Yankeedom, we would : and a consumptive, who, Semme|.
out of Washington I and astonishingcure. t'sh Chief and Kate Dale, are being II available says "the Confederates are very
,bream, and large-mouthed black news story was a complete I other sources are ex not have hesitated to denounce it
D. C., a Floridian, one John Robinson ." loaded with cotton and are hausted. i as barbarous and inhuman." A I anxious to get back," and for.
Channel Catfish !bass.Channel catfish are producedin I is quoted as saying that The sloop Last Trial, which I ready to sail from the Hillsbor- I October 20 The Tallahassee I I II number of sick and suffering sold- : whom General Finegan may 'propose .
Florida at the U. S. Fish and "many Floridians believe a Federal put into Key West because of 'ough River, Rear Admiral Bailey Floridian and Journal reports the iers arrived this! morning to get I an exchange. |.
For Pond Stocking Wildlife Fish Hatcher7 at We- I attack against Florida is I heavy weather, was searched to has ordered the U. S. S. Tahoma, 1 following vote from Leon County: medical care not available to them ; October 23 Lieutenant Bull
. laka, under the supervision of I imminent and the Confederacy i ii day and 26 sacks of salt were Lieutenant Commander A. A. tH.lton: 277; Roulhac, 84; Finley, .I in their camps. But, according to of Dunham's Artillery was shot -
Al Wilson, hatchery manager will not make a major effort discovered. Neither papers nor Semmes, and the U. S. S. Adela, i 16. Hilton carried all six countiesin this letter, they were refused admittance :, and killed at 4 o'clock this morn
; Tom Ford, Chairman! of the They are distributed by Soil i to defend the state. As a result colors are aboard, and the singleman i Acting Lieutenant L. N. Stodder, the second district, including to the hospital, because ing by J. A. Pickett in a fight atf
1 Board of Supervisors of the Conservation Districts in their. : planters are leaving Florida and on duty admits that the ship ; to seize them. "It is planned between i, Leon, Gadsden, Jefferson, Wau-i I there was "not enough room." The Cathey's Hotel in Lake City. .
:Nassau Soil Conservations District farm pond program. I are refugee'ng: in other places in was a blockade runner. Her captain I myself and Captain Sem :i kulla, Franklin, and Madison. The : real reason, however, was "delin- : October 26 The U. S. schooner
has announced that channel These fish will furnish farm the South." George Elliot, was ashore i roes," Bailey reports, "that he soldiers of Perry's Brigade also quent officials too much ab Two Sisters, after several das
catfish will be available to I ers with additional meat for their :, October 2 A Federal boat detachment but has since been arrested by should, with: the Tahoma, assisted i gave Hilton 299 votes. Eighteen ,I sorbed in their own pleasure to I cruising along the Gulf coast rc<
district cooperatcrs. tables, and will better utilize the from the U. S. gunboat order of Admiral Bailey.' The 'I by the Adela, divert attention I I of those voting were in the hos provide hospital accommodationsfor turned to Cedar Key today :"
After many years 'of researchin i: resources of their ponds. Cooo- i Port Royal today attacked salt Last Trial is being seized as a from the real object to the expedition pital.! Returns show that Roulhac the sufferers under their Federal Adjutant General I.ar-
fish hatcheries! aft over the I erators and landowners should works near it. George's Sound,, war prize. i by shelling the town and [ won in Holmes and Washington I charge." The people of Tallahassee enzo Thomas directs brigadier.
t South, channel catfish are now I contact Freeman Davidson: Callahan }- I destroying six boilers and kettles i October 8 Federal Brigadier I fort (Tampa), and, that under i counties; Hilton carried Walton i did not invite these soldiers General Asboth, commander of
being stocked in' ponds in Flor- Fla. for fish request. and two large vats. 'General Alexander Asboth, U. S. : cover of night, men should be and Hamilton counties. i into their homes nor were church Union forces in Western Florida,"
October 4 The master of the landed at a point on Old Tampa S. tender Annie off the sold-
ida's Soil Conservation Districts. 1! Volunteers, is assigned to the i The U. es "offered for the use of the to "gather in the Negroes and orC ,
U. S. schooner Two Sisters reports -! Bay, distant from the fort to I Fort Henry today captured the iers has been done in almost
This. fine flavored, sporting Hunter Attacked By Eagle command of Union forces in ganize them"October ,.
that this afternoon, off proceed overland to the point on British blockade-runn'ng: schooner other place in the Confed-
fish well in I West Florida. He is presently i every 27 The Milton :
game grows warm- This is how Galliano Chellini of Bayport, he sighted a sail and' i the Hillsborough River where the | Martha Jane near Bayport. The i eracy. A court house and MasoncHall : ,
water fish: ponds. In most pond : Florence, Italy says he got all his began a chase, but darkness prevented enroute to Pensacola. I blockade runners lay, there to i English vessel has 26,609 pounds I too are unoccupied and yet I, Chronicle says there are man \.
waters channel catfish will grow I' Philip Fraser, former i man in the area "who have plenty ,
overtaking aboard
I scratches and bruises: him from i destroy them. i of Sea-island cotton plus our fellow beings perish unheeded
) one to three pounds in size the i He was hunting when an eagle ; suspected Confederate steamer. Republican Federal office holderin Tampa citizens held an emergency $1,206.88 in gold, silver, and U. S. ,: and unthought of. People of Tallahassee -! of hogs and corn to fatten them*. .
first year, and if they are not dropped near his dog. Chellini I October 5 The gunboat Florida, says in a letter writ-..I, meeting tonght to form a 1 treasury notes, and $127.70 in will you let your sons but who are not doing anything-
caught they may grow to 20 or I from ten today, "If forces are to be defend the' about it." The paper says thai "if
I : wounded the eagle and it attacked f Tioga is sailing today Key military company to 'I Confederate money. and brothers blush to receive
more pounds in a few years. I him with its talons. It took I West for duty in the Gulf, as a i sent to Florida to be used'as tools I state against the Federals. The Florida Sentinel, in an editorial I I! kindness from the people of other the hogs themselves had a say sr(
Channel catfish are native and four more shots from his rifle to complement to the U. S. S. De- for polit'cal wire-pullers and I The Federals landed about 100 I published today, warns that States, when they know it is not in the matter, they would scorn: .
abundant in the St. Johns River, I I finish the eagle.Trade Soto and the U. S. S. San Jac'nto. speculators, it were better not to men at 10 o'clock this evening with winter approaching some ;i returned to their fellow soldiersin such littleness of soul and contemptible
its tributar.es, and Florida's Soldiers bivouacked at Camp i send them at all. We want bold ,,OA the right hand shore of Tampa I provision must be speedily made their own home? Will you let selfishness, if they did
larger lakes, but they are not Ward cast forty-four votes for and earnest men to go down inspired Bay; at Gadsden's Point. This I for relief of the poor and desti those on whom the war has fallen : not cut their own throats in utter
t normally found in small landlocked and four for J. B. by true purpose the restoration toward Tampa is shame of the meanness and wan".
I At Home R. B. Hilton force will move tute. "If this matter permittedby i in all its horror outdo you, who I "
I lakes and ponds. Roulhac in the race for Confed of Florida to the Unionas morning.'October default, there will unquestionably have scarcely felt its privations? of patriot sm.
Catfish are stocked in com erate Congress. Roulhac carried a free state. Political maneuvers r.: 17 The Union vessels be a state of things that : Will you let the soldier who has I According an official tally,
I Jackson County with a vote of I may come after .but not be- Adela and Tahoma today ought not to exist. There are I left.his home to fight for you and I i Colonel S. $(: George Rodgers has-
128 to Hilton's 56, and is leading fore. I Jelled( Tampa, and a number of means available to supply the defend your property, suffer and ; been elected to'the Confeijgate
i I I in Wakulla County. Hilton car October 9 The chief Confederate casualties are reported. The fire : needs of those in want, but the 'die because you are too heartless Congress from* the 1st Fisridaf
ried Gadsden County. commissary officer for from the Adela was toward the I Ir question is how can this best be and indifferent to afford him a !,' District. .:*. -.." .'
I I Major Pleasant W. White,,, South Carolina writes, "We are!'r'woods, where it was believed Confederates done. These people in want are i little comfort in return for the !I' .. .
See Us For J Confederate Commissary Agent almost entirely: dependent on were concealed. asking for something to eat and great serv'ce: he is rendering you?
I for Florida, has received from Florida We now have 40,000" ':The Federal invasion force moving -,. wear not money. As a class they I hope I believe not." i ASKINS I{
f Major J. F. Cummings (Chief of ( troops and laborers to subsist. I II toward Tampa arrived this are proverbially improvident and I Answering' an inquiry from
Commissary) for General Brax The U. S. schooner Two Sisters: morning at 6 o'clock at the Hills- money in their hands is almost Governor Milton, Confederate :
Your Heating Needs ton Bragg's western army, an I sails from Cedar Key today, after I borough River. Sighting the Scot valueless. They want bread and 1 Secretary of State James A, Sed- : LAUNDROMAT
j urgent appeal for Florida beef spending the last three days tish Chief, loaded with 156 bales I. meat, and if. planters ,generallywill I don says that military personnel
"All other ,resources are exhausted I making sail repairs. of cotton and the Kate Dale with 1' contribute but half as muchin elected to Congress, the state legislature -
," Cummings writes. "We are I October 10 The Two Sisters, U bales, they set the vessels afire.I proportion of their ability i! or as judge of the Superior I FREE .
''I now dependent upon your state t reconnaissing the area near Bay- Tonight, a party of Confederate the supply will be ample and suf Court, district attorney, clerkof For Our Customers
j We're Distributors For for beef The future of the port today, saw a small boat I riflemen and cavalry under command ficient. Contributions in kind is I the Court of record, sheriff, I
I army depends upon how well it : with two men aboard trying to i of Captain James Westcott I best, but if this is not possible, judge of Probate, tax collector, or Mrs Kathryn AbelsAttendant
I is fed, and this.n. turn dependsto I put into the Gulf but the HUe attacked the invasion force infiicting money certainly is acceptable. I as parish recorder may be d's-
a great extent upon our abilityto vessel noted the Federal schooner some losses. The Federalsreport However, it should not be turned charged. Justices of the Peace and
Duo Therm Heaters secure food in Florida." I and turned back to shore. I 5 killed! 10 wounded, and I over directly Money in the hands, county commissioners are not eligible 515 South Eighth Street
October 6 Accord'ng to an The food situation in GeorgiaIs 17 taken prisoner. I of those in need, will make them, \ for discharge.
announcement from Mrs. M. M. !. extremely- critical, accordingto -
i Reid, Matron of ,the Florida Hospital a report received in Tallahassee ; I G.r
I Riehmonp ; following The Confederate commissary .
at the today. .' 1/
j I donations haver recently been received officer at Savannah says, I
I i : Mrs. Abbott, forwarding "The stock of bacon and beef for ,
I Mather of Fernandina I proceeds of a concert given by the armies of the Confederate"I
the ladies of St. Augustine, $150; states is now exhausted Star-
I Captain G. Baker, $50; ladies of vation stares the army in the
J South 8th Street Phone 261-4383 Monticello, $100; Governor Mil- face; the handwriting is on the I
I ton, 189020. wall. I have exhausted the beef- '
Early Leon County returns are cattle, and am now obliged to
: published today', in the Florida kill stock cattle." Georgia needsFlorida's : :: COMMERCIAL
-- beef and bacon. South
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Carolina also needs food from I
,! Florida. Major II. C. Guerin
writes: "We are almost entirely I
dependent on Florda, our situation ;
I is full of danger from the I
\ : want of meat. i iI

tI I According to an official vote PRINTINGL.
,I I total reported in the Ocala Fam I
'ily Friend, Marion County sup.
1 i norted R. B. Hilton in his race :

f' for Confederate Congress. lIe received : .,. .
WAS IT SHORT IN. *; : t.
I' 165 votes ; Roulhac, 13; A.5\

and Finley, 6. Madison County : I ; :. 1'! Y r' :: :
its vote to Hilton. lie MiPHONE a f.t .
also gave t : .1 I 1 1. '-. I s v i i i ,.:. I.
4 ,
received 154; Roulhac, ; Fjaley '
CLEANLINESS / COMFORT Hilton received ; .
3. In Leon County,
a majority of 146. In Franklin Is A With Us
i4Jr :
.3o.: \ 7jpv ) County, Hilton received the .
entire 45 votes polled.
'..;;; ;tI October 13 The Committee I .: ., ..
appointed by Governor Milton to I .
I visit the battlefield at Chicka- : A' ;.,:.
mauga, Georgia, to determine the e .
of wounded Floridians and I' II'-
needs ; > -
... to decide on the need and location Checl: your supply of Letterheads, Envelopes Business ,; :: I
REASONABLE COST CONVENIENCE I of a Florida hospital has returned
to Tallahassee. These inspectors .... .
I say that the South won :: ,. Cards, Office Forms, or any other kind of printing you
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\ tf,4H' I'a great victory at Chickamauga -
"1' loss. The ;
\ r t.. "though enemy ingloriously at a heavy fled behind I may require and if the quantity is low just give us a call. .._ :

I his entrenchments at Chattanoogaand ',' ... :
is now fortifying." It is urg* .
ed that an effort be made to establish

"some convenient a Florida point hospital on the at If we have printed for you before, a phone call will start :

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DEPENDABILITYIF fit soldiers of sick from, wounded Florida.and" Answering disabled ': ,," our presses turning as we keep a complete file at our .. :

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those who argue the cost of .
such an installation, a Tallahassee "that' ::1: fingertips of all printing produced in our plant. .-: ". ;
should weigh nothing when the
YOU NEED SUBURBAN PROPANE GAS HEAT lives and limbs of the brave defenders ', .
I of our country are at
stake. 'I j li, : Our printers take pride in their work and you are assured :

SEE OUR STOCK OF The that Lake John City M.Columbian Martin reports ofJ .... ... .. "" .

Tallahassee is appointed lieut.en'- of a neat, clean and accurate job. : :
MARTIN' "COOL CABINET" UNVENTED HEATERS I ant colonel of the 6th Battalion,1.1 I .
of ;; :
Florida Volunteers, by
President Davis. He will reportto "'. ...... .... ''"' .,__. ... : ,.:". .

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headquarters in Lake City. ; (:.
The U. S. gunboat Tahoma 261-3686 :
Free Gas Service Installations arrived off Tampa late this even -_
I ing. The U. S. S. Adela, Stonewall or ,. .. ;
I Jackson, and Ariel are already 1-

SUBURBAN PROPANE area. on blockade duty in that 261-3687 FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER

The U. S. S. Two Sisters arrived ,

GAS SERVICE reconnoitering at Clearwater the mainland today and inside is-

the Keys near there. Ten .., .
7 South '7th Street Phone 261-3661 miles of coast have been checked ..
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$60.00 per month. House is vacant and readyfor

immediate possession. No time lapse need-

OUR ALBANY MODEL 2633 Gregor McGregor Boulevard. ed for credit investigation. Closing costs will
Completed, ready to move into. Four bedrooms, 2 full baths, living -
room, large kitchen with dining area besides the large family be approximately 5000.: BENTLEY MODEL Already complete waiting for someone to
room opening into a secluded back yard. This house has three "' enjoy.. Located just outside city limits on school bus route. Thisis
levels and is only one block from the Ocean beaches. One block #. a low priced home with more space than usual for the $60.00
from!Recreation Center, Swimming Pool and Little League Field. .; t monthly payments. Three good sized bedrooms plus the large living -
The price is less than you think for the home designed for the 2 area and modern kitchen. One car carport and utility'room
I'gerc'than' average family. Call us today for a personal tour. makes this one of the best housing buys we have. No dow 'p al.)-
Trade-ins are acceptable. THREE BEDROOM HOME in need of repairs, ment for Veterans and only $300.00(() for others. We're waiting"
for-a. rall to show this to you. Total price 995000.
V.np.x located just outside city limits. Down paymentis .

9 $100.00 and monthly payments are $50.00 ."' .
i rrJt' month. Purchaser will take of all [ '
per care t ;
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with carport. House will be vacant in approx- mr. .

imately10 days. House can be purchased for

THE iPRESCOTT One of Kingsberry's most popular models. total down payment of $100.00 and paymentsof
Three levels, large living room, separate dining room, small mod $64 per month including all taxes and in-
ern kitchen with complete built-in equipment. Family room is THE AUDUBON We have built this house at three locations
large and adjoins a backyard patio. Upper level has three bed surance. in Fernandina Beach but varied the outside appearance in .each
rooms frr ocean breezes. This house is waiting to be built in case so that you wouldn't recognize them; If you want a separate
PIRATES COVE on top of a large hill at 2617 Gregor McGregor living room dining room area, a combination kitchen and
Boulevard. Price can be1 varied according to your desires on family room opening onto a lovely patio, this is the house for '\
equipment to go with the house. 4 you Three large bedrooms with a family bath and a large.private
bath off the master bedroom, completes the picture.: 'Let
..k.--:;:': 404 SOUTH 15th STREET. Low down paymentand us show you this home and build one for you too.

o '. ':. y'Y x monthly payments of about $69.00. 3

: 'H .. k bedrooms, large living and dining area. House
iPj qtr.w S formerly owned by Jackie and Gloria Guest

who are moving into a new Kingsberry Homeon ; 4a I ,- pw.

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..."yu.,J'F'yti r d y t;. the country with 2 acres of land. As soon as '
the owner sells, he will build a large KingsberryHome 4 r nM

in Fernandina Beach We'd like to help
Here is a two level house with 2,500 feet for the family that
wants lots of space. Four bedrooms, 2 baths, large formal living him sell, so we can build another fine Kings-
room and dining area. Large modern kitchen with diningarea berry Home. Help Kim and us out by callingus
opening into a patio. Live in all of this space and then in
11 foot to see this property THE DARWIN-has just been completed on Clinch Drive southof
addition enjoy a 13 foot by 21 foot recreation room, a by
This house has been sold but be built
16 foot workshop, a 13 foot by 13 foot hobby room in addition to f the city limits. can on.
lot or ours and gives lots of house for the money. Drive
laundry facilities and you have the STRATFORD Model. We .> ; your
are waiting to build this for some one who wants a fine, large : -'* out Clinch Drive to see this beautiful brick home. .
home in PIRATES COVE. Total estimated price 2150000. :


We Have A Kingsberry Valve To fit Every Budget, Every Taste Or Every Whim ,

Burns and Brewer are currently building

in three locations: BURNS And BREWER ACCENT ON VALUE

Pirates Cove near Atlantic Ave

nue and the Beach. A G-E Electric Dream Kitchen -
Can Be Yours In A
I Clinch Drive which is an extension / Kingsberry Home. Modern
of South 7th., St just south BUILDERS I Efficient, Labor-Saving G-E
Ovens, Dishwashers and Disposals -
i\ of the city limits / Make Homemaking

i At various locations scattered Pure Pleasure.lots .
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Id I Sews-Leader, Fernandina Beach, ,Florida-Thursday, October 10, 1963 Page Seven and the ladies selling tickets a{

Finals Of Golf the south gate had to use a flash
d Shave And Lannon In Tournament
I would not work, the speaking sy- light to make change because
: the
stem was giving the people the light bulb was shot. Can

\' Leighton Shave and'":om Lan1 -, ::k. Sports Slants said silent they treatment could not as hear many a thing fans I, try anyone to open think a of football a worse season way? to

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p non will meet Sunday III f :
in the final round of the current ,

I I II 111 of Club Association.The the Championship Fernandina. Beach Tournament Golf : BY CURT GORDON I II High Blood Pressure CausedDisturbance

winner will emerge as This athletic season is turning noise than those '
any more six at
II ( : club champion to succeed G, H.Waas out to be hectic for th's so-called I I the local baseball house, we don'tknow By Nerve

.; Jr., winner of the title in F1r. writer of sports. Florida Gatorsare ',f how the players stood it

19C2. .Unnon was winner in having their troubles after I',I Ybor Alvarez Bill W':' High blood pressure is one of the most common disorders

,, 1901. being predicted to be in the top !!r sell Tommy Hernandez, Han I II r.f our time. Many have it but are unaware of its existence.

Shave gained the finals of the ;' t ,..: .. teams of the country this season. I!Johnson, Ray Fiveash, Charlie : Some of its symptoms are dinj ness, headache, puffiness of the
championship flight with a win The New York Yankees did whatno I Tomlinson and yours truly kert I i iI skin and redness of the eyes and skin.
over Y. E. Hall in the semifinal -I other Yankee team has done I things lively I The arteries especially the small ones hive the power of
round of ; I dialation and contraction these changes being produced by tKe
I round. In the first playhe since 1922 beat four I .I ;
get I *
defeated Waas and in the second action of small nerves supplying blood vessel walls. Interfef
round he Joe Scar- q ., ( straight by 'dem bums and our | The Junior High football team i iI rence with the function of these nerves cause the prolonged .
won over >''4k local Pirates made me so low last I I will play the Green Cove Juniors 'I contraction or narrowing of these blood vessels resulting in arise
bore.Lannon defeated Bill Meltonin week that I felt )like sitting down I Ion I Thursday night, October 17, at in blood pressure. :
and crying. To top all of those City Park.: This will be the first ,i A leading clinic has developed a surgical procedure for
the semi-final round which he 5v J.err woes, I take a vacation this week: I' game of the season for Coach cutting the offending nerve groups. Chiropractic has developeda .

gained with wins over Ray Cald- to watch most of the World er-'!John Piechinski's youngsters.I much simpler process, that of correcting the irritation of offending .

weU) and Sam Merrow. ies and see what happens; n) V ; nerves. When this cause is removed nature is allowedto
Fred Osteen is winner of the the blood normal from
World Series the thing is all Red Bean told me Tuesday restore pressure to within
first in the In the
i flight tourney.
i over and I am just sitting. I get : night to be sure to get tiling I Ii
fnal round he defeated
Don ,I calls every day from my'friends" i straight in the paper. He said Hours
Vann. His other victims were
.yg's p: p ; w' : r'i t4s' wanting to know who i if pitchingfor i I when the B team wins it is h'steam
Bill Childs and Harry
Roberts Poole. | the Yankees today? How can : and when they lose George Mon., "'ed., Fri.

we name pitcher when can't is the coach I I
Vann the finals with : Q4 r.C.L+s':9g767PiK.6fkdW.dlwrQ a'4' M+711'C raduari.a+ a we Tyson so guess wecan
gained 9.12 & 2-6
even get the Yankees on the field : safely say this week thati
wins over Herb Bailey, Dick! Y. E. HALL is shown as he teed off Sunday afternoon in the semi-final round of the i Coach Red Bean's B team won e ,

Bennett and Al Bodine.the title in'I current Club Championship Tournament of the Fernandina Beach Golf Association. 1 I We did enjoy a couple of games (j I their first game of the season 'I II 131 Kings Street

the Archie second Smith flight won by defeating I i I Other semi-finalists shown,left to right, Bill: Melton, Leighton Shave and Tom Lan.. i last Saturday and Sunday at "Her.j Tuesday night by defeating Bald I II Phone 729-5644
Shave Hall and Lannon : Melton to the final 'nandez Stadium" on. Atlantic Avenue -I win 13-0. I
Chuck. Howard.. He gained the :! non. won over over gain round of the.
finals with wins over Arthur I I championship flight. I but if 60,000 people made I Kingsland GeorgiaDR.
Ybor Alvarez informs that
1 Renshaw, Jim Clark and Gus :I t r us
1 1I the Little League officials will
Lowenstein. ..; :i ner of the fourth flight with a I BowlerettesBY hold their District Meeting herein C. R. CROCKER DR. T. A. OWEN
Howard had wins over Ed I victory over Walter Preston.: He I L 'CityBowling .SPORTS AFIELDBY
Fernandina Beach Saturday,
Swanson on
Boner, Carl and Cecil: had previous wins over Jerome ,

Lontien. j, 1 Spence,, John Baxter and Al Miller I ANGIE DREW AND October 26. Clinic
KESTING : Kingsland Chiropractic
f League *
Steve Spence and 4H E. Williams PAT JOYCE I
but loud; diminu- The Buccaneers have a 32-Ford.,
tied at the end of 18 the finals Week
were Preston gained :with I of Oct. 8
I tive, but daring; yet he has aheart' Sedan body they would like to "Associated with Owen ChiropracticClinic
holes with Spence winning\ a sud- I wins over Tom Digby, Emerson I I j BY H. B. ELLIS, JR. ; Tetal I
20th for hunting half as big as sell. Anyone interested should I! of Jacksonville"
den-death playoff at the Fizer and John Gregory. i Team, W L Pins i
i '| Week of 9-2-63 his body, In fact he's small! ? ; contact Emory Courson. This reminds -
third .
hole to gain the title in the | The fifth flight title was won 1; Reddy Kilowatt 7 5 8795 -'
Bill i Total only in size. He is the beagle! r I us that another fine day of j I
who defeated
flight I by Ben Clarke 2. Hadden Lanes 6 6 8899
{f Spence had wins over Don Royal. Clarke had wins over H..,:Team Standings' W'L Pins I The hound group, as recog 3.' Land & Williams 6 6 8857 I racing will be staged Sunday af- \
John Dozier and Perce Tilman. ,: Morris & Payne Body nized by the American Kennel ternoon at the Buccaneer Drag''
Brown. : M. Askins and Tom Royj 4,. Beach Bar 5 7 7789
Entzminger.: ;, {> 'j al made the finals with: wins over I I: Shop 9' .7 11130 j' Club, is represented by some 18 High Team, Single Game Strip. Maybe this time the weather -

Williams gamed the finals by[ David ussbaum and Hugh Stone.I.I'No. 4 9 7' '1102G'Becker's different breeds, each with a W/HCP.I I' will be good and a fine show Five Points Grocery &
Drugs 9 7 10991 i can be staged for the racing fansin
defeating Dan Daugherty: Newt i Following the completion of i specialty, yet all comprise versatile I Reddy Kilowatt 634 '
II i
No. 6 8 this
7% % 11377 area.
Roberts and Dr. Cecjl Brewton. play, trophies will be awarded.. : -hunting, dogs that are used Land & Williams 630
,: win- I' winners and in each I II j Beach Bar 7% 8% 8343 1 l Kilowatt. !I !
Bob Ramsey. emerged as runnersup i for many 'purposes.. Like the Reddy 870 f
I Hadden Lanes 6 10 1110 I The Fernandina Beach Pirates
flight. i i rest the is Land & Williams 834 Hardware .
a specialist,
'I High Team, 3GamesBecker's \1 travel to Madison Friday nightto
\ oil
Members of the tourney committee 3-Games
High Team
I I our best-known rabbit hunter, I I
[ Drugs 2905 I( play a non-conference football j
chair- i '
are Cecil Loptien, and for versatIlIty W/HCP.
; yet, he is
Coach Benner
Hadden Lanes 2814 I Wayne hopes <
: man, Rudy York and Dan Daugh ,. f {unsurpassed hounds. He Reddy Kilowatt 1800 i I game. IS I YOUR AUTHORIZED .
: No.6. 2786 among: to get his Pirates in a winning: !
: erty. i 1! is one of the two trailers .the Land & Williams 1791 J II
j High Ind: 3-Games frame of mind and get away from !
I The club handicap champion-I i Reddy Kilowatt 2508:
R. Hadden' > 632' other. being the short-legged ties and losses. The Pirates will
i .
for the
I BASKETBALLS 'ship tourney is slated Hadden Lanes 246G GENERAL ELECTRIC
future. i;Pope 629 basset-that "are"regularly used Ind. I be at home again next week tc
near High Single
I fi I. B. Grider 625 I by many. hunters in gunning upjland 'WHCP.J i 1 play Macclenny, ,
VOLLEY BALLS II I High, Team Game game birds, particularly] 1 :
Becton 169 Distributor of
I Hadden Lanes f 989 pheasants. He can be taught' Betty I think last Friday must have !:

Becker's Drugs 982 ;i I trail any species of game 'that Velma Hodge 153 1 been a jinx night for all of FerI -! .
TETHER BALLS :E ASKINSLAUNDROMAT No.6' 970'!leaves a scentful track on the Joyce Betty Easton Becton 200 189 I nandina. Besides losing the ball! CHEST FREEZERS ,

,High, ,Ind.. Game i ground and has even been known.\, Ind 3-Games i I game, the electric score board
TENNIS BALLS B. Grider : ; 254 I to trail'up'strayed livestock W/HCP. I I :
He is possessed of a merry Velma Hodge' 450 I : ,
McKendree 234 If4i4'o :
and affectionate
I COFFEE disposition that Betty Becton 445 1 1I 1I '
FREE High Scratch Bowlers 1
makes him a favorite as pet 'andcompanion Betty Berton 538 :

Hardee Bros. For Our Customers I II R. Hadden .-. 214-575 for children and-' his Velma Hodge 528 ," .
J. Beckett 204568J. I
r ;I beauty, high color and symmetry Arlene McIver picked up 7.9
t I AbelsAttendant Williamson 192530C. 'combine -form ELECTRIC RANGES
Mrs. Kathryn I' j to a highly ornamental Split. I '
; Atlantic ,Ave. '; Hodge 178-521 canine. AH of these factors Team Captains Sponsors i 0
q D. Anderson 18'6-513 .
: have contributed to the Reddy Kilowatt Sponsors; e.
515 South Eighth Street F. Bowen 192 510 t
1 Harry Poole, Mgr. : extremely high popularity which Captain Dot Odom; Players:
I ; H, Ellis 177 -510
j I I the. breed has enjoyed. for_ ,many Dot:. Odom, Wini Smith, Stella J '
L Flint 1 3-507
II years. Dolan, and Betty Becton: .. /! p WASHERSHOT Y1i ,. ,
Hadden Lanes Sponsor; I ht ,
More sportsmen, says Henry II '
P. Davis,'Sporting Dogs Editor, Captain Velma Hodge; Players II I t WATER HEATERS: ;
I I : Angie Drew, Pat Joyce II ,
Sports Afield Magazine, .hunt I i
FERNANDINA BEACH Winnie Mellon and Velma '4'H
I) with the beagle than with any
I other single breed. More competitive Land & Williams Sponsor; ;:t'.' ,

field trials are held annually i .
"JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWNBEACHES" Captain .- Carolyn Rowland; I .
within the breed' than
I / Players: Marsha Hasse, Frances I TELEVISIONS
within any other breed or .type. Lewis, Joyce, Easton, Carolyn
: His performance in the field Rowland, and Arlene Mciver. Also Small G.E. Appliances
.. does 'not tarry. with it the dramatic I 1 "Thai littU el loch IO.NSUII
Beach Bar Sponsor; Captain "
Directory Furnished By These Merchants and Business. Men i and spectacular' statuesque Ruth Williamson; Players I! was crowded today. LOW DOWN PAYMENTS
I poses of the pointing breeds, : Vi Sur'ano, Lynn Sheffield 1 II I

: Suburban i I' the flashing! speed of the greyhounds Ruth Williamson Judy Holly, THE PALACE Ij j TERMS TO SUIT YOUR BUDGET
the almost
Georges !I or uncanny and June O'steen."A SALOON
FLORIDA'SFIRST 'i obedience and control of the I

Gas Co. i i retrievers and spaniels.. But'" it FLORIDA'S OLDEST ,
Machine Shop GOLF COURSE Propane i does represent rare determination he man keeps is judged- a women by the by company the AND MOST HISTORIC Five Points Grocery And Hardware

SERVING ALL the exhibition of an almbst Favorite Meting Plate for the
she has left.
just -
2 N. FRONT ST. I company Finest in Beveucesli 5 Points Phone 261 -5205
\ EXCELLENT YOUR NEEDS IN supernatural scenting ability Ernst L Henes, Wellington ((0.)

Machine WorkWelding 18-HOLE, LP GAS AND and a hunting urge second to Enterprise. I ATLANTIC AVE TEKNAIONA

GAS APPLIANCES The uninitiated who for -- -
none. ------ -- ----
BrazingMarine LINKS I the first time see a beagle at
7 South 7th S t. '
Repairs Phone 261.3661 I work might describe as. : priceis
; methodicalTrue
Special Service\ To plodding or medium.
he is all that. But the ..
Shrimp Trawlers TIDESt I .
T. H. KING experienced beagler, who watches .
the luxury maximum.
All Work Guaranteed' his little favorite stick to ..

8 to 5 PHOTO SHOP fault in the trail until
Open a.m. p.m. JETTIES a tricky the car is Mercury
Monday Thru Saturday'I.' Roll Processing he unravels it' and then moves, :;

Phone Day 2614711' Add 30 Minute For Developing & Printing forward in full cry, undergoes

Night 2I15USBE Fernudina Harbor, Kodak Film t an indescribable thrill. In fact,
'it can be safely said that beagle ;
HIGH Photo Supplies
hounds have given American.
MoPie Colored & Regular
WISE.I Friday, Oct. 11 sportsmen more thrills than
Weddings any other breed. The deep devo- {
3:09: a.m. 9:21: a.m. Portraits by Appointment Only tion that the largest segment of*

"Porcelainize" 3:40: p.m. 10:07: p.m. Studios At sot Ash St. I American hunters bestow on L4 i' '

Saturday, Oct. 12 Phone 2614586 I their favorite sport of rabbit. '-' /AIl'I -
M hunting and the little dogs that
4:22 a.m. 10:23 a.m.
i provide it can hardl7 be described -
4:44 p.m. 11:04 p.m. Rowland's much less understood. Butit !

ORDINARY WAX JOB does 'not take the novice long' _
Sunday, Oct. 13 _
to catch on and become as en- l ,
LASSERRE MOTOR 5:20: a.m. 11:21: a.m. DO YOU NEED thusiastic as' the rest. _____

CO. 5:39: p.m. 11:55: p.m. NEW COVERINGS OR REPAIR
: "I rather think most Americans
Monday Oct 14
S. 8th St Ph. 261-3819 OR I are conservatives, and that
6:12: a.m. FOR YOUR I they oppose the shenanigans of
6:25 p.m. 12:12 p.m. AUTO the intellectual dreamers.. '-

FREE ESTIMATES I John Maverick, CherryvaleKans.

Going Fishing? Tuesday, Oct la We Pick Up and Deliver I ( .) Republican.

6:56: am 12:39 a.m. When you want more than the usual in a medium-price car,

Visit Us For .:05 p.m. 12:58: p.m. Porter Cr Lovequist I .

Complete Line Of Wednesday, Oct.' 16 General Contractors I' -' Mercury's the one to look at. You'll find rich interiors in the

Fishing Tackle
t Rods Reels ?.34 a.m. 1.19 WOODWORKING elegant new Park Lane. Extravagant spaciousness. Responsive :
Outdoor Camping 7:{2 p.m. 1:40 p.m. PLASTIC SURFACING

EquipmentFIRESTONE Thursday, Oct.. 17. .CUSTOM KITCHEN BUILT AND CABINETS BATH' YOU CAN 41o "ilt, silo racy Marauder: .JI/inl. power.a 390 cu.in.V-8 'IS, standard. And .

8:09 a.m. 1:55 a.m. REMODELINGComplete "

I 8:16 p.m. 219; p.m. Showroom I PREVENTFOREST : :i a choice of two different-looking styles.LASSERRE .

BEACH SUPPLY Tlflei For Color Coordination

112 Atlantic Are 25M48 Curt ft; C odctie Courtesy Surrey Phone 261-3068 t Mercury gives yon more than the usual in all these wars: m mm BM
;? ; the moil repon\ive engines in its firld. More leg room,headr" O, Ptra ercu FV

I' ;, room,entry re om. More tnmkjpace-12 suitra ej biff((17.1 Jfu.
I H FIRES ft.). Choice of racy :Marauder *ting! (left) or Breezeway -
No finer In the
the window for ventilation. car
Design (top), rear opens





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A jacket that contains one firm- SAVE
ly woven fabric and one. thick, t ; ;
5f Extra&tfGreen
resilient fabric offers the most Stamps!
comfort in cold, windy weather. WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
For The HomemakerBy I Short pile on knit linings is ,l. Fin CANS FR\tEN
t ki1. more likely to retain a neat appearance Hawaiian Punch
!' after wearing and cleaning -
w, than long pile. coon THIIII oaau 11TH
Ask your salesclerk about the AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
: Mrs. Mary N. HarrisonHome quality of fiber in the batting a1 .. dy

before buying a quilted, fiberfill
Demonstration Agent lined jacket. The batting shouldbe

made of new, not waste fibers. )) I Y y d
Waste, fibers tend to mat after Jonathan Fancy RedAPPLES
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ulY ling the past two decades the I the family with a specified FRUIT STAINS: Whenever you
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.s *d substantially. The Federal payments to buy a more expen- or on your clothing, it's a good I O D STpR Fn Nhx Pizza Pie
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, ; 35 year mortgages on new ier to sell the house, because more water before you forget the loca-j QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
< homes and, under certain circumstances people may be attracted by a long- tion of the spot. 'I PRICES GOOD THRU OCTOBER 12th 5 'LB.1 4 9 82 d
I loans up to 40 years. The term mortgage and a small cash Some fruit juices, citrus among W1NN-01XIE STORES INC.-COPYRICMT- l"f BAG
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I : J the U. S. Department of AgricultureJ Each family must consider its But later they will; turn yellow I Large SnowballCauliflower .
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, Family economists of the US- contract permits the borrower to Fresh fruit stains can often be I \.
6 DA's Agricultural Research Service -"pay off the debt faster if his financial removed from fabrics,by spong-
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I both the advantages and disadvantages -I or by working a detergent into 0t1
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: higher and equity in the and shrinkage. I II use a bleach that is safe for the ___ '_ SIRLOIN
house is built up more slowly. Jackets of cotton-rayon poplin I fabric. :
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percent annual interest for 35;' and of nylon taffeta ; I .
I yeah'...vilJ cost the homeowner I with f nylon pile knit lining seem I U. S. Army Offers ( a FULL-CUT BONELESS ROUND:, 5.,
: $17$ 3 in interest alone. Had ,the : ed to be very satisfactory, especially -!r : : ,. .
same. loan been obtained for 20 i if .dry, cleaned. They were i Women
ye A7 interest payments would,! light in weight, did not shrink or I II i i I College Steaks L B. 8,8J t
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communicORins f ( and re- TWO PKGS. FROZEN SOUTHERN BELLE "
:: going into the next room cruiting.communicattons'womd Army' intelligence be a natural or- Crab Slicks :
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.o, ", : : News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursday, October 10, 1963 Pag,Nine !
News From I

for tee him to approve or for some another other practice farmer 1963 Pirate Football Schedule= :

L[ The Rec CenterBY in the county. I

The ACP has been authorizedby Madison October 11 _TThere i ii
SAND DeSANDRO Congress in recognition of i
the fact that the natural resources Baker County .- October .18 Here t
THURSDAY. OCTOBER 10th. I Julanne Owens Instr.
f Il on indirdual: farms are vital
I Home Demonstration Club in I Advanced Ballet and Toe Classin 'not only to the farmers and Santa Fe October 25 There
the Conference Room at 10:00 the Auditorium 4:30 I
r ; > f 1 a.m. at p &, ranchers who the land .
l 1 '.1;' .vy 'AF Pre-Ballet Class in the Auditor.ium ., Julanne Owens, Inst. i but also to the operate health and well- Douglas, Georgia._.,_.. November 1 Here
.. .
.. ".. ,;,:.." at 10:00 a.m., Julanne Owens, Adult Ceramics Class in the i .
." '
: ,. : being of each citizen, both now
Bradford County November 8 Here
'. Inslr. Ceramics Room at 3:30 -
; p.m. I and in the future. The cost- .
Playschool in the Club Room at. Hank Sides, Instr. '
share under
assistance Orange Park November 15 Here
Viicarrondo Adult Ballroom Dance Class in -
9:30 a.m., Carolyn ,
: 4' : the program is an evidence of
t 4rr Adult leader. the Auditorium at 7:30 p.m., 1st I in : There}
I the whole Nation's interest Live Oak November 22 ..,._
Advanced: Ballet and Toe Classin I of eight-weeks series, Sandy De and <
helping insure the wise use
:I'f K = :. zr the Auditorium, at 3:30 p.m.,i' Sandro, Instr. :adequate protection of farmlands I: Denotes Conference Games .
j .x Julanne Owens, Inst. Men and Boys' Health Club in
'I throughout the country.
VCir Advanced Ballet and Toe Classin the Health Club, Room, day and
the Auditorium at 4:30: p.m.,I evening-
+ Julanne Owens, Instr. Atlantic Avenue Playground,
.. 3 Adult Ceramics in the Ceramics. supervised play, 3:30-5:30: p.m., I
( : Room at 3:30: p.m., Hank Sides, Don Nanny, Inst New Do Pont

;;,:.. .. ....... -i Inst.Senior BALLROOM DANCE CLASSESAs DON'T LET WINTER
; ..' ''' :: J<. Citizens Club in the Con part of the fall and winter
t 4 ;
.; ,". 4r .... ference Room at 7:00 p.m. program, the Recreation Depart-
!. ,/ ", k. : : :t Men and Boys' Health Club in ment will conduct ballroom dance
L ;"11 I '
r 0.I. t r .t 1i the Health Club Room, day and classes for Senior High teens and LUCITE
'Y ;.t .
,..,. .:.,1. .' -or....; "-...-..;. -- .. .. /, evening. adults. The teen classes will start CATCH YOUCOLD
'*; .. .. "" """ ... .,.- Atlantic Avenue Playground, Wednesday, October 16th at 7:15 I
". .. .'.:i t\; .f-( '."" .. .., .." t., "" ... << ::t.. '\"tc'.,. '. :, supervised play, 3:30-5:30: : p.m., p.m. in the Auditorium; adult HotieIncredibly Paint

., .: ..',/ ;. .. ...... t i .tC1"liI .' '< Don Nanney, Inst. classes, Thursday, October 17th .
1'. ". ''t-:MJ.,"'!..:...,. ... ". "M.-1f.itd.d tlI.' ';. _.:....- :..t..U6.. 1.JJ FRIDAY, OCT. 11th. at 7:30 p.m. Registration is now S
I Sub-Teen Club in the Game open at the Recreation Center Of- durableso .
THIS IS HOW-More than 50,000 Florida boys between the ages'of eight and 11 will compete this Room at 7:15 p.m. fice for those wishing to enrollin .
Fall la the National Football League's second annual Punt, Pass and Kick contests. Winners in each Men and Boys' Health Club in these classes. Classes will run easy fo use!

1 age group will get an all-expense trip, with their parents to the White House to be honored in the the Health Club Room, day and for a period of eight weeks each, Now the spectacular benefits
.. President's Physical Fitness program. PP&K costs conteslaris nothini Registration bean Tuesday, event.gr Sandy DeSandro, instructor. It is of"Lucite" for the outside of Gat Your Tanks
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12th. advisable for all who register to
Sept. 3 at Ford dealers all over the nation. Local competition was held Oct. 12 by Lasserre home! Flows on effortlessly ORDER FUEL
Ceramics Pouring Class in the enroll as couples.Farmers
I Motor Co. \bott "Washington Redskins' ace quarterback Norm Stead shows a young! lad how to Ceramics Room at 9:00 a.m. ,forms a tough, durable, Ready and FilledBiroRf

throw a pass. Key Club Car Wash on the I plastic shield that resists cracking e

Parking Lot. Urged chalking,fading and dirt! Before The
...1 Men and Boys' Health Cbb in Rich, flat finish hides surface THf WIHUR RUSH

r. :I evening.the Private Health Party Club in Room the ,Conference day and To File EarlyCostShare For utes.imperfections.Clean up Dries with soap in min and 1I ;: ;2' First Cold Day!

' I Room at 7:30 p.m. Aid water.
.* does your car Teen Club in the Game Roomat
7:30 p.m.SUNDAY Farmers who have completed NEW DU PONT

OCTOBER 13th. conservation practices approved
v/ander ? HOUSE
or weave Lutheran Church Meeting in earlier this year under the 1963 LUCITi SEE OUR EXCELLENT LINE OF :
the Conference Room at 11:00 a.m. Agricultural Conservation Pro PAINTt .
Pull to left or right? AND MONDAY, ORCTOBER Uth.I gram were reminded today to BCAUTlfUt COLORS AND INTERMIXES .
I Teen Ballet and Toe Class ii file their report of performance
FRONT iW the Auditorium at 3:30 p.m., Jul for cost-share assistance. QUAKER HEATERS.YULEE :

f then get our... anne Owens, Inst. Myrtle Mikkelsen, County Office .
I Beginners' Ballet Class in the Manager, Agricultural Stab .
I Auditorium at 4:30 p.m., Julanne ilization and Conservation Coun .

Owens, Instr. ty Committee, points out that
Be Assured of Correct Steering.Safe Stops! Arts Puppet Theatre (ages 6- the earlier such reports on com- Good
8)) in the Game Room at 3:30: p.m., pleted practices are filed the ,

Faith Britton, Instr. sooner the ACP payment can be .
; Credit Union Night School in made. This will permit the farmer f
i Put "Peace-of-Mind" Don't Wai u.'. the Club oom at 7:30 p.m. to meet the expenses incurredin LUCITE j
I' Island Squares Club in the carrying out the practice, and i i House Paint Housekeeping
in Your } Co.lIJeJi\;: Game Room at 7:30 p.m. if he has other projects approved -
f Jgi4f 7
Jaycees in the Conference 7
for completion this fall the
Summer v. ;::-Nowl. Room at 8:00:
THIS WEEK'S p.m. cash payments can help to get
Driving & Historical Society in the Game the additional conservation under Gas :
SAFETY SERVICE .l Room at 8:00: p.m. way. With spring conservation a'
I Adults and Teens' Ceramics projects completed and the cost Nassau Building .
OFFER / I !lass in the Ceramics Room at
shares received, it will be easierto .
t. 1FRONT 2' \ f 7:00 p.m., Hank Sides: Instr. concentrate on other work
I Men and Boys' Health Club in that needs to be done.If & Supply Co. Co1

BRAKEADJUSTMENT the Health Club Room, day and .
farmer has received
i 1 evening a approval 1129 S. 8lh. Phone 261.3648J. FLA.
I for a practice which he ,I ,
I Buccaneer Coin Club in the ,
later finds he is unable to t
carry .
; Hobby Room at 7:30: p.m. out, he should report this to :the ,DuPont Paints A Complete Line Of Appliances .
Returned to original on all 4 wheels. Add ,I Atlantic Avenue Playground, ASCS county office. This may .

t. manufacturers'specifications fluid if needed. Clean and supervised play, 3:30-5:30: p.m., permit the ASC County Commit-, .
Don Nanney, Inst. --- - -- -- .
repack front wheel bearings .'f, r, --
I Playschool in the Game Room,
:. 9:30-11:30: a.m., Carolyn Vizcar- *
w rondo, adult leader. 1 V
... J Ceramics Class (ages 9-11)) in c .: .L < 4. 1 1
the Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m., y i
Hank Sides: Instr.
\I Tap Dance Class in the Auditorium
.- at 3:30: P.M., Julanne WATER

I Owens, InstIntermediate
Ballet Class in
M I'.the Auditorium at 4:30: p.m., Jal-
Both anne Owens, Inst. i
I Painting for Leisure in the ClubRoom
for at 7:30
[ p.m.
'I Men and Boys' Health Club in PROBLEMS
Only I the Health Club Room day audi

: oJ Any American Car i evening.
I and Fun Senior
Square Dancing ( -
'. .
:(' :, i High Teens) in the Auditoriumat Y f

All, 7:15 p.m., Sandy DeSandro,
; ?Replacement i V I Instr.

Parts if' : rk o : .\,, I Barbershoppers in the Conference Don't Let Hard Water } Y'r
; 0:' :: Room at 8:00: P.M.

t rieeded.. ..! hd..- FirestoneService I Tri Hi Y Club in the Game Room
I at 7:30 p.m.Atlant'C .
torsion parJjustmeot JJuptisafChargeTake Avenue Playground, .

| Via; supervised play, 3:30-5:30 p.m., Rob You?
months to pay Don Nanney, Inst.
I : I not included i I PAINTING FOR LEISURE k
iI 4 _._
f The Recreation Department is << -
assisting in the organization of a .

. I are Painting the individuals participants for Leisure who in Group.were this group Manyof asso- I LINDSAY PRINCESS fULLY AUTOMATICi.4..S ;

. ciated with past painting classes
! = at the Recreation Center. The
first meeting of the group will be g WATER SOFTENERS SS
held in the Club Room of the .
Recreation Center on Tuesday," .
October 17th, from 7:30 to 9:451

I ..oJ.. : : p.m.this. group Anyone should interested call the in Recrea joining* Now Available In Fernandina Beach .

_________ I ion Center Office, phone 26IX .J .

5261. .

S. ; .c"t. ; Arts Puppet Theatre (ages 9 FREE WATER ANALYSIS BY OUR REPRESENTATIVES :
I .', S, '. and up) in the Game Room at 3:30: >
I Faith Britton, Instr. .
i' v .'-' p.m. S '
Ceramics Class (ages 12-14)) in :
the Ceramics Room at 3:30: p.m., NO OBLIGATION S : :. .

Hank Sides, Instr. .t. i I,
I' ; I Adult Ceramics Class in the '; .
Ceramics Room at 7:30 p.m, ;

Hank Sides, Instr. .
I Private Party in the Conference -
... Room at 7:30 p.m. CALL usCOLLECT
.. i Men and Boys' Health Club in FIBER GLTANK ACC
... the Health Club Room, day and
I :
Teen Ballroom Dance Class
; ; ..
.. : !: (Senior High School Teens) in I

\\. L DU nOSE, MASTER MECHANIC IS AN EXPERT IN THE USE OF OUR class the Auditorium of week at 7:15 p.m. 1st I .
eight series, Sandy For More Information i

Atlantic Avenue

I supervised play, : Playgrounu.j 'JACKSONVILLE :
I Don Nanney, Inst .

BEACH SUPPLY I I THURSDAY Playschool, !in OCTOBER' the Game 17th.Room I'I'I Life Time Guarantee 725-6311 ; -

; at 9:30 a m., Carolyn Viicarron-
I do, adult leader.PreBallet .
.. .
I Class m the Audi !

118 Atlantic Avenue Phone 261-4482 t Owens torium, Instr.Advanced at 10:00. a-BL, Julanne I f ft THE LINDSAY 'COMPANY. DIVISION I UNION TANK CAR CO. .

I Ballet and Toe Classa

r :a ti;, AtiitoriwB at 3:30; p.m., I .J.


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7 'ge Ten --r N \Vs.Le3derr.Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursday, October 10, 1963 --- -- smaller European: countries got 'need 40 volumes if volt' are St'i'

--- At The Churches 1 I Too Lore 1 i into the act and began issuing ious about it and want albums

I -- : .. .... i'I I iThe Jacksonville,Senator start.!i -- ..... I I stamps by the millions, primarily that contain spaces for all stamps.
: 1 .
ed Ms push late .(though Jhe the-sale-/to <-eoUeetws, ;4li t afryear} ywi wu t add
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the first to announce, months I i| SPRIXGH1LL BAPTIST MEMORIAL METHODIST 1fl'') ttft! SSnlfl the propaganda boys got anMh.r %huBe or two if you

I A GPJI l LETTER .earlier than usual)therefore-he-; he i CHURCH CHURCH work why not use stamps to wet to kp them up to date.
State 'Nassaimlle : Nelson p.' Pastor and toverUe fair fes ftll
was trying to make the most'of' Hiway ((107. I 'Mover, BY .RUSSELL .K.\Y Ito : Now | DeW African Kepir-
, I at His tft dIe headlines !! Rev.*,'Iin .E. Wade,{,Pastor1i !}t 945 a.m-* ...__.? Sunday Scjioai: nation siks, industries, lies a rat it. They are printin?
J t'j BY JERRY MOCK when lie name ied die :State'' !i Pastors "..PraYerJl'imeFor f; 11UO) a.m. ._"-. tilormng; Worship Back at the turn of the century fiora and fauna? Plain, one clj iaulti-tired stamps by the mlwfth : -

t j 'a Supreme ( Men) .._..,..__... 7 a-ra. 1 ,6:15 p.n. AIYF Supper & Programs when I was running aroud 1 j or stamps gave way to ,gorgeous i I hors values to several hundred
TALLAHASSEE It "Not till I finish the Court to rule him a legal candi
\ ,was an replied Sunday School __ 9:45' aim.: in knee pants and black cotton 'multi-colored beauties of of
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every francs, beurtag pictures:
had voted himself if'|
eventful day at the Capitol.1.I newsman, copying information I date. ( Morning Worship .....-_ 11 a.m.Training .[,7:30 pja. ...... Evening Worship rtockings I started a stamp col. I size and shape.Countries :: birds and butterfly, animals and
: raise and
t 'Round-faced, balding, genial from the form Mathews handed elected) a as governor ,
; ... lection. The world
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[ Union 6:15 pjn. ** '.... .hI' a more or i like Liechtenstein, flowers and all designed to sell
Sen. John 'Mathews of Duval I\ Miss Gli. son, which indicated he I there was a constitutional question -! less stable .
sort of in those
\ Evening Worship. 7:30 pan. .ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN place Monaco and San Marino put out; to suckers and brag in more rev -
:The ruled the'
1 County _and his pretty wife Gwen was opening Jiis campaign for Ii involved. court -
j! marched triumphantly into the ofjficelof 'governor. It was all part of a people still had a say in the mat j|I Wednesday: CHURCH days.You I some beauties, printed them by aae.
'j I Men's;Hour of .Power __ 7 pan .Amelia Near Intersection could depend on the old the millions with
City values :
t The |; I find it bard to imagine a
at the next
.Sec. of State Tom Adams.friendly rivalry among Capitol ter polls year. I .._.__ I (
1 1 Prayer Service 7:30 p.m. A1.AI tattered map of the world that from a or its eaivalent, to the of-
t Mathews gave an envelope to newsmen, who have found some (Supreme Court case (:.neidentally I penny bushman trotting post
r his the "Whosoever will may come.1t I A. F. Gerbhardt, Pastor hung in my classroom in grade up to several/ dollars Collectors !! fife aed leaning his spear and
i ;PoTGlisson, smilng while the kind of modus vivendi away from 1)) spread name across 1.
# 8:09$ a-d. Morning Service school. Geogra j h.cal boundaries'I went for themavidfr.. '. shield tie counter while he
; of on
flashbulbs popped and the movie the hustle and bustle of the big state. His early announcement j ji ,
*cameras ''hummed. cities. I i his campaign was bound to keep' FIRST ASSEMBLY,. OF GOP. 9:00: a.m. Sunday SchoolNORTH seldom changed end once jw When national Propaganda: became digs into his loin cloth for 2d{ :

l Will the real Jack Mathews j The Mathews then retired, followed him in the limelight, .at least fora I _Rev
.. please stand," shouted a TV re-I by the newsmen, to the I while. Other candidates had. not i 10:00: ajn. Monday School' llth STREET geography you could depend upon Curtain countries, used stampsto stamp. Not while he can send his

l .";!''rter. "Swe of the gathering Capitol l sub-basement where a I announced, though some have :ll:00. : ajn. _Wonhip: Service BAPTIST CHURCH it. the hilt. They put out new: issues : message quicker by drums.
I\ --chuckled. A cameraman asked anevsman I news conference was held. It was {I been running since 1960. I 6:30 pan_w C.A.Youth Services ReT:'Ran Humphreys, Pastor My stamp album was issued in almost every day prod D1- !'!I We are really moving fast

to move out of the way ,more like a victory celebrationthan I The reporters were not an. I 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service 9:45 a.m. Sunday School I ONE volume that contained'I feg the grandeur and glory of folks when an innocent hobby

I' *fo:lie could get a better pictureof the formal opening of a j I friendly. They asked .him about j'fhursday I I. ; mid week service 11:00: a.m. Morning Worship I spaces for every stamp issued life behind the curtain. can be turned into an international

Mathews. gruelling campaign 'his stand on integration. He said 7:30: pjn. 700; p.m. _-,. .,..,._'_. B.T.U. I up to that time by every countryin No longer was it "possible to racket. with no holds bar
.L .. he opposed the .public accommodations "* 8:00: -p.ni. Evening Worship the world. McKinley was attempt to collect the stamps of red.
.'-. law before the U. S. Con: 'I 'FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week Services President of the United States. the world in one (v leme. Today ,
- : was CHURCH Victoria was Queen of England, ':
r reminded nwe'
them he Wednesday int
He ,
.. rp trress. I one country trill p Newspapers are more than purjVtyora -
.- ... I a Southerner. He also reminded Rev John Dozier! Pastor ,* irTABERNACLE Wilhelnr was the Kaiser of Germany stamps in one rear than all the j of nevi:; they also have a
Jt'4 I Sunday School 9:45: A.M. Alfonso was the King of I
: them that labels can geta guy in BAPTIST countries of the world printed hand in creating it by digging it
I Youth 'Meetings 6:00 P.M. .' Spain and Nicholas was Czar of
: trouble. Referring to the before 1900.
4"p : campaign CHURCH I ji j out of r.ews sources who dnv'trealize
I VT" $. W"" I between Gov. Farris Bry-i I, Worship Services; _11:00 A. M. Amelia Road Phone 261-343 all. Russia. i! Now to collect the world you I they hr.a news sion'.
'* & used for ,
; Stamps postage
: ant and former Sen. Doyle Carlj i Rev Loyd Chambers, Pastor were ---- --- -
said PRINCE OF PEACE and were more or less unattrac- --- --
ton, Mathews that tvjro men ; Sunday School 10 a.m. I
I : ,ayS j can say the, same thing, and from LUTHERAN CHURCH' I tive. The first stamp postage rate
1 j Morning Worship _____ 11 a.m.
J : R : the inflection jn their voices, one! Donald'. 11. THimmelman, Pastor I : :Jin Great Britain was oae cent
'Phone 261-5634 Evening Worship 7 p.m. and in they U. S. two cents. You
can be labeled a conservative: and ,
'' School __.__ 9:45 Wednesday Service 7 p.m. Ii the
I the,other .a, liberal rYaIlt generally Sunday : a. m. see, that was before pot tic- y
: : was tagged a conservative-1'I Worship Service 11:00 a. m.i r !inns and propagandistsfound out 1 :
i or7 or7 i iebout and the 1
+'YSEEUS'NGWPOG and Carlton a moderate'Mathews II I stamp ., ...
developing hobby of. gathering
I made it dear he .didn't .want to
I '.&11 into that trap. I' CHURCH i OF'GOD.OF I -OYSTERS'Dn ; bits of- paper and sticking them

i He also made it clear his pretty PROPHECY 1 ['in a book. :
: wife will help him .campaign. 'Re\'H.'C. 'Drury, 'Pastor'. : I I Originally i regular issues sel Na fl4 ;;
i A few ,minutes later in ithe 1 10:00' a.m..: ... __ Sunday .School 1 y C! Mali: Shell dom changed in character or de.I v

j cabinet room, .another. kind of 11 a.m. ..._._. .,_ Morning<< Service I sign. Then some guy- -coBeeived

;I for A A1orf99g I .9.n I press: conference was held !by :;,' 7:45 p.m. ...__ Evening" .Service .SURF.RESTAURANT the idea of issuing special stampsto
; Bryant, who is approaching ,his j jI 'I'7:45 .p.m. Wednesday, 'VLB.'Ser : commemorate events. Some t3 A ,
I'I'I .
vice for
last j ear of )his-four-year term. ,. young people.BIBLE.BAPTIST .
.. I ,
Brvant was attempting to s ,
J ,nuy Gr ,DuildA Heme !I
I the Turnpike Authority. To a : 429 South 6th Street Private Dining Room For iiit

newcomer it would'have been ob 1 I 'Rev. 'John'O'Neil, Pastor Parties, Clubs, Etc. Y 1
: or :vious. Mathews was just Starting :Sunday :Services: : yef'
his campaign. ,Bryant was a veteran 10:00 A.}[. Sunday 'School TERMITES ? .

: .R fimmte An Old Mortgageilr I campaigner under fire. Therewas ll:00: A.M. Morning Worship 1 .

nothing of a victory celebration I "6:30: p.m. ___ B.T.U.

:| in the Bryant conference. :He ;I '.1no:: -P.M. 'Men's 'Prayer Service i I SEE

., It, ifYou'll was merely trying to 'salvage: [ 7:30 'p.m. Evening Worship ,:

what he could from one of his!, Tuesday: "HI .NBGHBOR"! -r/ }
;more unfortunate moments.. 7:00: 'p.m. Visitation t
f Like The Friendly and Hsp-! From most of the newspapers ,'* with JIM WATSON IN FLORIDA

I !the next day, you could tell that i I .'ST. MICHAEL'S.CATHOLIC: and OCTOBER fwtfi larptt ImHi Milnl vtiiiutiu* A/
jl ful People Who Are Here To Servo Bryant succeeded. His ,p'lunches iCHURCH on ''IIEER lS NATURAL
t .
softened i the blow. of ,the audit. I. Rev. W. J. Holmes, Pastor Special Guest S5000 GUARANTEE

The old pro'still"had few things Sunday Mass '2nd, 4th
a .
You. j I to teach the upstarts., Sunday 7:30 a.m. Mr. Gordon Ellis R t elcsl Fuluri Tirnili Ctraiji; I From nature's light grain comes sparkling, light beer ,

Sunday. Mass 1st, 3rd Ri i I .Florida's traditional beverage of moderation. it's lkfct} ,
Nassau County Agricultural
5th Sunday, 11:30 a.m. i RI sparkling.delicious.

l, ... Monday. Young People 7 p.m. Agent I, 1t e3rra And naturally!' the Brewing Industry in Florida is proud of

Daily .8 aim at :6:45 AJ1L r avy the more than $27,820,935 contributes in tax,"e to the state
? Saturday Convent Chapel + tm t i e Co. .of'Florida'each,l ye'ar.', money that helps support our
Fernandina federal; use .3:30: Communion in Convent ON .schools. ,our hospitals and our roads. In Florida, beer belongs.
'6:30: P.M.: Young People's POWERFUL SERVICE SINCE 1930 ...'enjoy it. !
WANT Meeting.
"* CHANNEL 12 1 For FREE Inspection '

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202 Atlantic Avenue : .. R II '" I
Phone 261-3807 .. .
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,,;: : 10:00 A.M. Choral Eucharist : A ; "' : ,.t
:1115AM.: Church School : .' .
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: Churchmen
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!f 2>.....ii.,. ; Sunday with the exception of the

t.", f. '. ;; 'l last Sunday of the month '.,.
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11 7:30 A.M. Holy Communion
; ; 10:00 A.M. Morning Prayer .
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.. Sunday School __ 10 A.M.I I I
Morning Worship ... ..__ 11 A.M.' .. a j r

.. '' LEvening Service 7:30 P.M. !
YA '* trtr ;
South 14th Street \
Kenneth L Jones, Minister
Sunday: Bible Study ...10:00: km.

Morning Worship l1oo.l.m. l 4 Yu f /+ :
., 'Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. I Y : : s : k j! 4''

,. : Tuesday: Singing Practice \\7:30 I I1.m'l l

4 (Held at various members ) rzt "
!Wednesday: Mid-Week Bible]

Lw Study 7:30 % 1 1t
a I Thursday: Ladies Class 10:30: .m.1 3' : 1 F g'Fi F asA : FS
r (Held at various members )

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It /

,. f Y J. W. Keen Pastor I r PLj s5

t j 9:45 ajn. Sunday School :
ll00 .. Worship
I .m. Morning
w R : w 6:30 pjn. _____ Training Union I
-.':3t' p.m. Evening Worship I
t \I'I' *
\ i "Wednesday prayer service, hf 44J.i
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Ret..C T. Dunnam Pastor
Worship Services: ;8:30 A.M Sf ?
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11:00 A.M 4

7:30 .P3I.
i Sunday School ___. 9:45: A.M

1 ; Training Prayer Service Union6:15_ Wednesday{ P.M.. When winter calls the signals be ready !


I .. '-, idPINE GROVE BAPTISTCHURCH .When footballs fill theair-and.autumn leaves begin to fall, it's time to see your

: .; Save time, steps, trouble. Add exten- detailsonthelowcostandloyelycolors. Standard Oil dealer for a Fall Certified Car-Cbeok. He checks your car inside 1 k
: .- Rev. A. Z. Knight, ,(Pastor
: slow phones where Your family lives!! call your Telephone Business Office. / Sunday School _. 945; a.m. and out, winterprpofs it from bumper to bumper to assure you.trouble-free driving n.,

Morning Worship} Uium[ in.the cold months ahead.Pall,Certified Car.-Check: is.another of the.ways-
: most bedroom,-kitchen,.workshop, '. 11:00 ajn Morning Service .

i Florida room. 'teenager's room. For Southern .. I 7:30;pjn. Evangelistic W.M.B.Service STAKCAR9 OI"COIl'Atftf.ENTUCKY) .we take better.cake of your, earl :


-. <. \/1-.1 .6'Il.,1oWwwt" irkI+. .,.\ 7:30 Teople p.m.J ednesday.V.LB.: Young I H. I. STONE 7 JR., Agent L", fernamiinuiBeachFlu: e

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Xews-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida! -Thursday, October 10, 1963 Page

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...__ GENE LITTLER woods 1.2H,

3%, 4%, $50. Top Flite irons, MISCELLANEOUS PUBLIC NOTICE, Conner Announces Smoke)" ,Says: ,.

L WANT AD RATES 3 thru 9, $60. For light swinger. NOTICEThe

Call Bill Childs 2614718. tIc registration books in the office of
.05 per word .':s minimum WE WILL CLEAN your attic the Supervisor of Registration at the Basics of 1964
I, Court House. Fernandina Reach Fla.
Card of Thanks. Resolution TWO BEDROOM HOME I and garage free, for unused! will be closed at 5 P.M. October .'

and Similar Notice! LIVING ROOM, kitchen and bath. furniture, tools, lumber, or I 1SS3 until November 11th. 1963. in t'l I
what have Phone 261- der to prepare for the forth coming Feed Grain
I 83 per word $1.00 minimum Two-car garage and extra large you Special Elections which will be held [!
room downstairs. Completely 3442 or 2255294. tfc November 5th. 1963.
Cal! 261-3686 or 261-3687 Marie B. Struss.Supervisor .
l Fur :(
insulated. MYM\
of The 1964 feed grain rmDiLf-
Registration program
\ or place ad at office nished. On city sewerage. 70 x LICENSED DAY NURSERY Nassau County will be basically the same as the I THtcgAHrKP.V

125 lot. 1675 S. Fletcher. $10- Good care, 612 Beech St. Phone It 103
I 511 Ash Street successful 1963 program, De- YflhJ6EF1
2614396. tfc
850. I witt Conner, chairman. Agricultural .
Stabilization and Conser.
I THREE BEDROOM HOME is hereby jivetf that the undersigned vation Committee said today 1"
FOR SALETWO help with your drinking -' _
pursuant to the "fictitious"Name '
dining area, :
problem. Write Box 338, Statute Chapter No. 20953 The sgnup period for both fall- Itefei11PIca
and utility room. Carport, Laws at Florida 1941. as amended byChapter and sprin .sown is plan.
Phone Jax. El 67700. : crops
City or 4U No. Laws of Florida
BEDROOM house, like large landscaped yard, fenced 26760. ned for early 1964.
tie 1951, being Section 86509 Florida
new. Five Points area. Privately backyard. $10,250. Must be seen
Statutes will register with the Clerk
The in
change next year'sfeed .2
owned. Ph. 2613279. OlOc to be appreciated. 207 S. 15th MOOd. of the Circuit Court in and for Nassau .
: St. HOME MADE POUND cakes, :: .., County. Florida upon receipt of proofof grain program is an.in.

, 50,000 BTU oil floor furnace layer and birthday cakes, pies. publication of this notice, the fictitious crease in the top limit on diver. e Lc careful! :
FORSA1Et name to-wit: -
complete with 200 gal. fuel YULEE All kinds. Call Patricia Lodge. / ECOTTY TRAILER SALES sion from a farm's base acreage ----- -- ... -
t\ 261-5.i32. tIe Under which I am engaged in bus! with an increase in the rate of .
I tank. Call 261-3893, Monday, ATTENTION, Terminal Paper ness at 2114 Belvedere Ave., in the I ,
Oct 13. t of Ferrrandina Beach. Florida. nayment for maximum diversion. .
I ,0 toe Bag Co. employees. Beautifully FLOOR SANDING and refinish. L City
in business This is intended
That the party interested said to encourage !
landscaped home in YuTee with iog. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson 'I.. enterprise, is T. C. Adkins.4t producers to divert additional :
BOAT, MOTOR, TRAILER. Can 3 bedrooms, living room, dining Phone 2614609. tfc 10-3. 10, 17. 24 I OUTBOARD
be seen after 5 p.m. 223 S. kitchen. Washroom and feed grain acreage and'to Increase .
Fletcher. tic workroom in back yard. Entire I I PUBLIC ET.J their income. INSURANCE
lot 120x100 fenced in. $10,000. WANTED Ip l00-l.a producer may divert
ty PACKARD for $05. Singer ITHE CIRCUIT OF much 50 of his? :
Will trade for 2 or 3.bedroom .c I'OURTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF as as percent
Sewin? Machine for $10. Ph. home in Fernandina Beach. Copr. LAS' Service THE STATE OF FLORIDA LN AND i feed grain base acreage (In 1963it :

261-5878. tie WANTED 3 BEDROOM house, 2UE'IT'S FOB NASSAU COLNTV. IV CIUNCFKY. was 40 percent), and those i ifl1
I *
CASE NO. 2711
unfurnished I
BY OWNER 3 bedroom house .rOVER hood, by permanent resident. Plaintiff, cent will receive diversion payments
1600 SQUARE .
E arr's Meadows. Small : Boyce Howell P. 0. Box VI.
at the maximum rae for
construction 3 bed. EDDIE LEE RICHO,
equit7 and take payments masonry Gainesville, Franklin 6- 13917'1 I Risks :
up Defendant. all acres diverted. As before, the For Defter
family room living room ___ ,
rooms, ,
of $54 month be S. B. Howell 1839 Lilly ,
or can refi. I NOTICE TO DEFEND maximum diversion will
and dining room. Two tile baths, acreage .
nanced. May be seen after 5 Jacksonville, Fl 96175. 017c NOTIC-E TO: EDDIE LEE RICHO
be 25 if this is than
deep well, 100 x 100 lot $12,600 ._ PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE PUBLIC I 2201 North 19th Street acres more :
weekdays Satur
or John! T. Fcrrcira
tr & ir? Philadelphia 3%. Pennsylvania 50 percent of the base.
day. Call 261-5277. tie I OF ELECTION Notice ,is hereby given that the undersigned I You are hereby notified that a suit .
C FOREST HILLS HELP WANTEDhOUSEWIFE' IN SPECUL TAX pursuant to the "fictitious" i I in equity has been brought against As in the 1963 program, two \ & Son

TWO COLEMAN kerosene house BEAUTIFUL HOME on Highland SCHOOL DISTRICT NUMBER 1, Name Statute, Chapter No. 20933 : you by Catherine Simpson Richo in rates of diversion payment will .
I NASSAU COUNTY; FLORID Laws of Florida 1M1! as amenaed by the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial Circuit
heaters, each of v capacity to Drive, 175. x 207 lot. Three bed TO The following resolution calling an Chapter No. 267CO Laws of Honda !I Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit in be offered; ((1)) Producers who I 508 Atlantic :

heat at least five-room rooms, large paneled den, liv.ing earn $20 extra election to be held in Special Tax 1051 being Section 6369. Florida and for Nassau County, Florida, and divert least 20 of
apartment dining kitchen per week for 2. hours dailyof 1 I School District No. 1. cf Nassau County Statutes. will register with the Clerk you are hereby commanded ordered at percent I Phone 261-5371;) :
Practically new, used room, room, her time at home. For Florida was adopted at a regular if -the Circuit Court in sari for Nassau .f and required to file your written an their base acres will .be e'igible! I '
only three months of last sea central heat and air-condition- spare I I I meeting of The Board of Public In. County Florida upon receipt of proof swer or defense to the Complaint filed for (based on the
iner. and custom drapes. further information send name 'struction of Nassau County, Florida. of publication of this notice, the fictitious I Lereirt; aeainst YOU in the above entitled payments L : ,L _
soiL Goo'd( price waits quick Carpet and phone number to Box I. held at its offices in the Nassau County name, to-wit: Court izr the-Office of the Clerkof county price-support rate for the -. -

buyer. Phone 261-5900. OlOnc $12900 per month. Courthouse. lernandina Beach. OXLEY FLORIST the Circuit Court in and for Nassau feed grain diverted) on 20 percent I we.- a
---- PETE INGRAM I, SalesmanL 766A, Fernandina, Beach. OIOp Honda the 11th. day of September Under which I am engaged in business County, in his office in the Courthousein of the IF YOU HAVE A CHILD YOIV1JB
of the normal
2 X 4 CYPRESS and lum- Broker I --- -- --- A. D:, 1963 at 29 North 3rd St. in the Cityrf Fernandina Heath Florida on or I
scrap L. Bohannon RESOLUTION NO. 61 Fernandina .each. Florida. That before the 6th day of November A. I). diverted acres; ((2)) for diversions' RICH ENOUGH TO NEED
ber. Plastie couch, $20. See at North 4th Phone 261.5269 SITUATION PE IT ENACTED BY THE BOARDOF the party interested in !said business 1963, and to serve a copy of such an 20 and 40 of
2400 S. Fletcher Ave. OlOc l13 PUBLIC' INSTRUCTION OK NASSAU fTierprise... is Mrs. Edna C. Will s. swers and defenses upon Albin C between percent FAMILY :
I --- BRAND NEW 753 pound capacity COUNTY, FLORIDA that the 4t 926. 103. 10.. 17 Thompson Jr., Plaintiffs Attorney, their acreage, the payments on
WANTEDWHITE County Board shall publish once each whose address is 308 Atlantic Avenue
of the diversion will beat !
LARGE bROOM HOME I chest type freezer. 1 year week Tor four successive weeks, no I Fernandina Beach, Florida, on or be- this part SECURITY. .
converted to 2 apartments. 421 guarantee. $278.00 Call 261- L- more than 45 days nor less than 30 I PUBLIC NOTICE fore said date as required by the a rate of 5d percent of thefarm's .
days prior to the date set for the biennial Laws of Florida and the 1951 Florida
LADY WANTS 1 ( normal yield times the
North 3rd. day I NOTICE FOR BIOS
Ph. 2613452. tic 4491 Chucks T.V. tfc ;
election for Trustees of Special Rules of Civil Procedure. If you fail! CHECKUPDoes'
-- '- '- I work. Do ironing in my home, I Tax School District No. One. Nassau The City of Fernandina Beach, .Florida to do so a Decree Pro Ccnfesso will! county support rate. Participantswho What it for
FOUR .BEDROOM IIOME CONCRETE BLOCK & BRICK lOc piece. Ph. 26t- 35!), County. Florida to wit November 5. will receive sealed bids at. the I be entered against you for the relief divert 40 to 50 percent of You :
1963. in a newspaper published in City Hall until 7:30 PM 0 Clock: : demanded in the Complaint.You ,
South ICth St. Owner trans. THREE BEDROOM homes on ------ Nassau County, Florida, with generalcirculation October 23. 1963 for: the furnishing of are further notified that the nature the base (or 25 ,acres, if this is I 1. You cheek the facts:

ferred. Small equity, assume your approved lot. NO MONEY PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE throughout the County. and. one (it') 1964 model police car. I of said suit is Divorce. The name I greater) will receive the 50 per Social l Security, your Life iryur tour.
payments. Ph. 261-5476. 017c month. For to wit. Fernandina News Leader, the Details and specifications may be obtained of the Court in which this suit has
Down $59 maximum rate .of payment other
per cent : and
OF IVTENTIOVTO follow irg notice of election: from the office of the City II beer ance, penstons, sav.ngs :
instituted is, Circuit Court
more information, without obligation M\KE APPLJCATIOV TO ALL WHOM THESE PRESENTSMAY Manager City Hall. Fourth Judicial Circuit, Nassau G>un, 1 on all acres diverted. Under anew I I assets. '
CHIHUAHUA! puppy female, Write log FINAL DISCHARGE COME: GREETINGS: : !IDS must be !:sealed and plainly : '
QUALITY Florida, and the abbreviated title !
ty. legal provision payments re.pon4ili.
; ;2. You weigh
take notice marked "IMPORTANT SEALED your
4 mos. old. AKC registered. FLORID' STATUTFS YOU WILL PLEASE
II of this is Richo Richo. It is
Ph. 2G1-4764. HOMES, Oceanway, P. 0. Box IN COURT OF THE COUNTY JUDGE, I that the biennial election for Trustees: I BID FOR" THE FURNISHING hereby case ordered that this vs. Notice shall may not exceed 20, percent of. the : ties: mortgage or rent, education,

I OlOp C8, Jacksonville 18, Fla. 017p NASSAU COUNTY. STATE OF of special Tax School District No.1. OP ONE ((1)) 1964 MODEL POLICE be published onrp a week for four ((4)) value of the landdiverted.! I IA3 emergencies, retirement. '
IN PRO ATE. of Nassau County
SINGER SEWING MACHINE I In re the Estate of said district is coextensive with the 23. 1963 at 7 JO P1.1"The I Beach consecutive New' W1.a the newspaper Fernandma of in the past ,eli bnty: for i' 3. You learn where you stand
AND CONSOLE MARY (MOLLIE) IIARDEE TIIOMP.SON. ; boundaries of Nassau County will beheld City Commission reserves the tlc. ,c I the
"I'neral cir In said Nassau and will 4. You plan for futuiC.
support J
FOR RENT Deceased.To the first Tuesday after the first right to reject any/or all bids to .in "
I ZIG-ZAGS, in perfect condition. I All Whom It May Concern: Monday in November, 1963, and on to waive technicalities and informalities -I County County, Flovll !a Beach. Nassau be conditional upon maintenanceof
is that Lois T. I' November 5. A. D.. 1963 betweenthe the Ltd which in iewITNESs4ftythand
Forward and backward stitch Notice hereby given wit. and to accept "' normal ((1959-6& aver !
1 Reid has filed her final report as Ad. hours of 7:00 A.M.. and 7:00 P.M.. the opimcn of said City Coramission and as Clerk of I acreage #, MIKE I :
ing. Will sacrifice for $59.25or FURNSIIED APT. $50 per minirtratnx CTA of the estule of Mary I at which time the school district tax I is jn the best interest cf said City of I said: CreuiVCfstotnassau County, age) in soil conserving crops or .
responsible party take up month. 1740 S. Fletcher Ave. I (Mollie) Harcee! Thompson deceased; I levy is to be voted on as provided by ernndina Teach: Florida. Florida.. and the seal of the said Courtt practices, including summer fallow
that she has filed her petition for law.. ,_ DAVID. M. GATCHEL Fernandina Reach, Nassau County FIALAJ
$7.85 monthly payments. Ph. Ph. 261-3781. tfc I final: discharge_ and. that she .will. apply All qualified u e'ectors residing'u a City Auditor and Clerk Florida on the_*:27th day of September. and UlcJand.-Aiao aa ia iha I i1
t I
201-4157. OlOc I to we HonorabLe j. t. Vieatrerioro. Special Tax School District No. i of City of Fernandina Reach: Florida" 1f4-D.- ?; OYIEY: past, a producer who O\\1l3 or
THREE ROOM, unfurnished I County Judge of Nassau County Florida Nassiu Courty Florida whose voting I lit 10-10 Clerk iff the Circuit ffurl, I -1 Phone 261-5329
on the 21st day of October 1963,1| registration is in said district shall be Ii nd For Nassau; County I operates mor than one farm
construe-\\ house on Nassau River near for approval of same and for final entitled to vote in this election. At Fernsndiia Leach. Florida will be eligible to participate in : Fernandina Beach
tion. Located on 2 a Terminal Bag. 17945 N. Main. I I discharge as Administratrix C.T.A. of1 I The mztter to be voted on and to be I A'Wn c. Tho" "snn. Jr.Attorney the only if ,
on onearm ,
he estate pi Mary (Mollie) Hardce determined Trade Home for Plaintilf program
land. Blackrock Rd. Partly fur tfc : : are At I
Ph. PO 54935. I Thompson deceased, on this 17th day Iirst: Who shall be the School Trustees Nil Atlantic Avenue. I on each of his other farms, the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.
nished. Contact JOHN FREE of September 19G3. of Special Tax School District Fernandina Reach: Florida exceeded. New York It, N. \.
I feed grain base is not
MAN. $7,200. OlOc YULEE .- UNFURNISHED I Lois T. ReidAdministratrix No. 1 of Nassau County. Florida, for 4t 10-3. 10. 17. 24
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C.T.A. of the estate the ensuinc! two years; the three per -
house, two bedrooms, newly re of Mary (Mollie) lIardc. Thompson sons receiving the highest vote far I -
1955 PLYMOUTH Belvedere con- decorated. Phone 261-5311. I deceased.4t I: School Trustees at sid election shall .
I -''>Y- -:
vertible. R&H, new vinyl top. OlOc 9- be declared School Trustee of said 7 ? -et"w9::
I I district: : provided that not more than DAYS: OF ...
Good condition. Only 27500. ore Trustee shall be elected for anyI ---7 ff
Phone 261-3932. OlOp TWO BEDROOM furnished apt. PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE i I I,era residence district for which aCowty : 8 8 5 A L
Member Is rr"'i
Board provided bylaw C
------ 14 S. 7th St. Phone 2614689.tfc UNDER FICTITIOUS I I ; I" 1 ;

40 HP ELECTRIC start Johnson NAME LAW I L cond: The number of mills ofI I Wr I I \1 I ,
outboard motor run only 3 Notice Is hereby given that the un I I district school m to be levied and I 'stem-, !
dersigned, pursuart to the "Fictitious I '
collected annually f"r the next two "
hours. Mr. Connelly, FOUR ROOM furnished apart- Name Statute" of'the Laws of Florida I I years for support and maintenance of 1 ; OF
2615751.tfc 1941. will register with the Clerk of the m "J.
ment, private entrance. 421 N. schools: ; the tax levy receiving tIWJI
Circuit Court in and for Nassau County majority of all votes for tax levies t.
3rd. tIe Florida, upon receipt of proof of I cast by qualified electors or. in case
publication of this Notice, ,". .,
I' RESTRICTED HOMESITES for the fictitious no one levy receives a majority that

I sale In Westwood between FURNISHED APARTMENT name, to-wit levy for which, together with the vote tL1H DON'TMISSTHESE;: .::,::..:.:. ::!
FAITH UNLIMITED cast for higher levies a majority of ....'.,M ." .., ,y . ; ::: ; HOUSEHOLD NEEDS
Fernandina Beach and Yulee half block of Post Office. Priv- I the votes are cast shall become tne .. .. :: i.t\r: :::
I 103 North Fletcher Avenue SAVINGS! : :
SUPER ... .... .
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kitchen. the district for the next en- :... : :. : >
electric for
Call Irby Turner, phone 231 ate entrance, Fernandina leach, Florida levy .._:_:{ ....__,...< 5608, for information. 03p 314 Alachua. Phone 261-5186 or Sole owner and only person interested SUIT? two years. IS
therein is Ra'ph! W. Ueaty: 101 I NOW.
I 2614311. tIe North Fletcher Avenue. Fernandma HEREBY lIVEN: that under anJ by

iiit. HALF-CABIN-BOAT I Beach Nassau County, Honda. <# virtue of and resolution in accordance, an election with wifl the CASSEROLE AND COVER. ... ......._........., .. .. ...
95 hp Chris-Craft inboard Ralph W Beaty* foregoing
ONE FURNISHED one unfur.wished I of '
the 5th day
be held on Tuesday
fiberglass bottom.: with 25 *t .. apartment. .oceansice. 14L, ,.." _- .. --.- 919._ -26---,--10-3.-----:;-10 I November. 'A.'P.. 'l96L.:J between! the ,- ROAST. MEAT AND I OULTny..

shrimp net. Will&wan:for itemobile fl f A:} U II"to.: : Q C C. "i\ll.'i'.oL .7G :Vclock,. A.J d'jl ;m! '{m m 4: .WhiIThe"Last tV'lhI1Y.
*' ; .
or real *?rt'oY1 iH1 ;I: .. ." --V4'I'! 1 1f 1? f :i JV-df.; :
value. Phone 2C1-50C3 or 26141C7. AN ORDINANCE T(t PROVIDE FOR r:termining who shall be School Thistees CANDY, ICING ,

I tfc W. I. McCRANIE has several bch. THE Of; FERN4SDLNA LEVY OF TAXES ItEACH BY TilE FLOP.-CitY I i and to of said determine Special the Tax Cumber School of District mill .i ." FRYING THERMOMETER .__.. _

WY A HOMESITE on the Nas apartments and cottages for IDi. Foil THE FISCAL YEAR BE. ''I of collected district snnmlly school tax within f> be said levied Special and : CAKE PAN WITH COVER ..... ...._..._.__...... ..... _
week "L SL (. OCTOBER 1, 1961 AM
winter rentals, by day, ,
I for the next ensuing -
anti River Beautiful high< month. Phone 2614642. tfc. ENDING WHEREAS ON SEPTEMBER the City Commission 30, 1961.of 'I. Tax School two years District for support and maintenance (! MAGNETIC ALL TYPE CAN OPENER _

and dry lots at NassauvilJe of school. according to and in !
,I Others with waterfront privil the it City of Fernandina that the millage leach: for 5eenu the I|I Cfnfl'nnityith all matters atfl thingsin II RECIPE BOX WITH FILE CARDS .......... _
PRIVATE ROOM with bath, Vj necessary resolution stated :and
the foregoing

eges. Smal! down payment block of Post Office. Private I fiscal levied year immediately 1963-64 be in determined order that and the I I with the! 'on"tituti"l1 and Statutes of (., j, STEAK KNIFE SET ... .....,_._..___ .L.... .. j4 _____
Terms to nit Phone Francis entranceS Phone 261-5186, 2Ct. assessment rolls can be prepared before the State of Florida. j -

Ellis POpular 5-2661M Jacksoivillt. tfc November r. 1SC3.! I I Dated at Fernandina Beach. of Nassau i "': lLtTHTtJBM1T .....--- .....-.-___-_.......... .- ', ., .1 -
4341. I NOW THEREFORE. lIE IT ENACTED County. Florida this 11th day SeP. '1
-:: Tf I tember A. D. 1163. :, ,

12 FT. MAHOGANY plywood VACATION ArtS CITY SECTION 01': FERNANDINA 1. That for the BEACH purpose ct I STRUmON OP; NASSAUmUNTY :t. WITH MASSAGE HEAD_ _........... -
equal and uniform of
an rate
boat, 3 hp Johnson, Champtilt furnished Day, week, or monvh I taxation securing and to pay appropriation for OiafrmanAtTEST RY Frank E. Walters, Its j ROLLING .KNIFE. SHARPENER .__.m.. ... / ,-
trailer. Like new. Call 261- 584 Fletcher Ave. 2615878. ordinary corporation purposes for the! John T. WeisnerSupenntendent .-
S. :
9050 or 261-5186. tIc fiscal year beginning October 1, 13 of Public DISH DRAIN TRAY _.... m_ "
tfc and 30,
errding September 1964. there .
In'rruction For Nassau

LARGE TWO bedroom house at shall value cf be the levied taxable upon the assessed County, Florida j DISH DRAIN RACK .- _, .._.._... '
property. real a"a IT
I ALEXANDfcft APTS 4t 9.6. 10-3. 10. .to. "
Five Points. Beautiful lot personal. homestead property except I PLASTIC FOOD CONTAINER SET ___ /
MODERN, FURNISHED APT. ed within the limits of the said City I II "''''''

Needs month. repairs. $400 down, $57 337 N. Fletcher. No. 1, Hot I I of mills Fernandina(13.00) on Beach the dollar.a tax of thirteen I PUBLIC NOTICENotice J FREEZER TAPE .._...... m'_. ..._,.. 1' -

Water furnished $CO Mo., year I SECTION 2. That for the purpose o! I I Is hereby given that the

if round. Phone 261-4525. tfc ,I securing an equal and uniform rate of dersigned. pursuant to the "fietitinn' i SEWING. SHEARS ...__, "'_"U" -;
AT YULEE Neat'two bedroom taxation to pay interest on the bonded
I I 1 I Name Statute:: Cnaoter No. 209S5>>, 1

home. $5,000. $500 down, $43.50 BEACH APARTMENT, furnish' outstanding debt to pay bonds for to the pay retirement into the of i tAws Chapter of Florida No.\ 26760 191." Laws as amended of Florida by I 3-PIECE PLASTIC BOTTLE SET _..._... ..... db -

month. ed. Year round rental, must SiDling Fund for future retirement of 1*-51. being Section 565 09. Florida I! IRONING BOARD PAD AND COVER .... .. .__.
be locally employed. $60 per! bonds that for the Fiscal year October Statutes win register with the Clerk I
1. 1963. and ending ort September
8 ROOM 2 RAT house fine month. 278'S.. 1'Jetcher. tf<*i 30, 1964. there shall be. in addi- of County the Circuit Florida Court, upon in receipt and for of Nassau proof I SET OF 4 TROUSER HANGERS _........ _ _-

neighborhood. Cant be two a- ----- ticn to the levy provided for in the of this the tenuous .
of publication notice II
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partments. $4$50 :. $500 down UPPER DECK APIS. Completely proceeding section of tins ordinance naire. to-wif 16 GARMENT BAG ,-.......-_.._
levied upon the assessed valud! of al] THE COFFEE SHOP
$50 a month for 12 years. furnished including TV taxable property within the limits of Under which I am engaged in business IRONLESS TROUSER CREASER DRYER
-l'r '* Phone 261-3118. tfc; the- san* City of nundina- Reach-* at 20T Sxitn 4th St. in the Cty _
follows: of Fernandina Reach Florida. That POLYETHYLENE LAUNDRY BASKET .
$250 DOWN $65 month buys On all property real and personal the parties interested In said business

masonry, three bedroom home, TWO ROOM furnished apartment and perty.including subject homestead to taxation exempt for bonded pro enterprise are James H Tuten and 100 FOOT CLOTHES LltfE ._.m.
J.eorge E. Munt. Jr.
priced below replacement at $9- indebtedness a tax of one (1) mill on Mercury Kavouklis. Atty.4t .
775.ONLY. the dollar of assessed valuation. 9-19. 26. 10-3. 10 RUG AND UPHOLSTERY BRUSH. '
ONE THREE room unfurnished I On alt property. both real and personal Each Item
house. homestead exempt property excepted RAYON WET MOP _._.._ -- -
$350 DOWN $C3.S0 a a tax of three and five tenths PUBLIC NOTICENotice

month Buys small three bedroom (15)mils) on the dollar of assessed WELCOME DOOR MAT _---.:i____ .. -
IL F. SAJILMAN valuation. is hereby fhren that the undersigned -
two bath home. Pan.. SECTION 3. ordinances or partsof pursuant to the "fictitious'
eled living 'room. Fire place. PHONE Ut.t !1 ordinances in conflict herewith are Name Itatute, Chapter No. %0953.LaYo's .
hereby repealed. of Florida 1941 as amended by
YEAR ROUND two bedroom SECTION 4. That this ordinance Chapter No. 26760. Laws of Florida .

John T. Ferreirt & Sa furnished or unfurnished shall take effect immediately upon its ; 1351 being Section. 86509. Florida '
apartment final passage and publication.E. Statutes \0 ill register with the Clerk HOME OWNED AND OPERATED -
SOS Athito AT*. Phone 261557)19SAFETY.S on beach. Phone 261-3733, :. J. JO lfSOS'. JR. of the Circuit Court in and for Nassau ,
Howard Hammond. 224 S. Fletcher MAYORCOMMSSIOXERATTEST County. Florida upon receipt of proofof
: publication of this notice the fictitious -
tic DAVID M. OATCHEL came t-,.1t: '
Its .... -. -.. and Clerk ASSOCIATE STORE
City Auditor Western Auto Associate Store ;
TWO BEDROOM HOUSE. ia Five Date of 1st. Reading September 25. Under which I am engaged in busIness Walter 0 Smith Owner
1963 at 9 South 8th St. in the City of I I
Points ,area. Phone Five Point.iGrocery : Date of 2nd add Final Reading: October Fernandina Jieach. Florida. That the S. 8th Street Phone 2613233l '

..... in Rorida and Hardware, 261. 9. 1963 party interested in said business enterprise -
-- Date of Publication: October. 10 1963 is Walter D. Smith. -
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Page. Twelve News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, October 10, 1963 Pack 171 Webelos
-- show last Tuesday night at Char- knowledge in a particular field.
Plan Service ProjectsAt High School Echoes. lene's Dress Shop. Members of I See you next week.
that defense
ties estimated
' a- the Tri-Hj-Y modeled some of the
Reports From WashingtonBy fallout radiation l I .
vided gainst in this legislation would as pro result Meeting MondayThe BY NED TYSON latest fashions while Mrs. Beno | TURKS TRANSLATE KORAN

.. Rep. D. R. (Billy) Matthews in a saving of lives estimated Webelos Den of Pack: 171 described Roberts owner the of the dress shop,j i A Turkis| < translation of the
I The Pirates lost their first! I day night. It was their first performance clothing. \'! works for almost
Koran in the -
at 25 to 65 million people. As met at 5:30: Monday at tht- I was
APPROVAL OF NUCLEAR stated by Nuclear Physicist Edward Burghardt home p.m.in Pirates Cove. game Friday night as the Green j i of the season. I The Key Club is sponsoring a four decades before its pub
TEST. BAN TREATY BY U. S. Teller, civil defense "could 'Cove Blue Devils defeated them I Ii The junior class sponsored a car "wash and wax" at the Rec- :lication in 1961.
Following the Boy Scout slogan j
SENATE: "A STEP TOWARD I the difference between the i 12-0. A few mistakes dance at the Recreation Center reation Center Saturday from --
mean and
motto, the
following boys
hurt Fer-i 9:00 until 5:00 A wash
PEAC}; r survival of the United States following the game. The many : p.m. job
roll call Townsend '
.' landina badly. : will $1.00 and
cost the
students who attended the dance wax jobs
: The Senate has the and the end of the United Statesas Den Chief Jimmy Guest, Pete
approved The members of' enjoyed themselves very much. I wall: be $6.00 for compact: cars ASKINS
Nuclear! Test Ban Treaty by a I I a Nation and as an idea. Burghardt John Johnson Billy the team were and $8.00 for regular cars. Tickets ..
The Pirate B-team lost to GreenCove's
vote of 80 to 19. According: to | MEDICAL EDUCATIONThe Sutton Bud Tiner and Dave Burg not only disap- |! B-team 7-6 last Tuesday may be obtained from any a
the United States Constitution hardt : in the Club LAUNDROMATFREE
; pointed Key member. If it is more
in Green Cove.
w night They were
the President "shall have F President has signed a Mike Townsend demonstrated ". but also
power I) loss in revenged though by defeatingBaldwin's convenient for you, your car
by and with the consent of the measure which recently passed tying knots and the boys practiced :- vO. some of the "so-, will be picked up and returnedat
Senate, to make treaties provided .I both the House and Senate which under his supervision. Service ,. \ called" fans. B-team 13-0 Tuesday no extra cost I COFFEE
in the ball The
two-thirds of the Senators authorizes a program of matching projects were assigned follows / While the Pi- night city park.
: ''' i i '
'''.' Pirates fine School was run on a 7 period For Our Customers
grants for the constructionof :. }; young played a very I I
Although I
present concur.: we Webelos Table ,
Insignia JimmY'Guest rates are winning -
...:..::1 in both
: outings. day The seventh
teaching: facilities: for the game Friday. periodwas
the House of Representatives : and John Johnson; Den they pat :
have no responsibility in this I I training of physicians dentists photos Pete Burghardt; and 1 them on the back but when they I Thursday night a pep rally was devoted to clubs. The var- Mrs. Kathryn AbelsAttendant

matter I believe the approval of a ?"I nurses, and professional public Den Flag Bill Sutton. are down, instead of encourage-: held at the high school in orderto ious clubs are sponsored by i

this! .Treaty is, as the President'' health personnel as well as for Members were reminded of Fire ment, they get criticism. :Many of boost school spirit for the members of the faculty: ; they are 515 South Eighth Street

has said "A step toward peace": .! optometrists pharmacists, and Prevention eek and that October the "grandstand quarterbacks"I i Green Cove game. There was a designed to widen the student's
'' \ podiatrists. This legislation should know little about football i, large crowd: and the cheerleaderswere i
The combined American and 12 is Columbus Day a day any
toward : the at their best in the
allevating keeping
Russian nuclear arsenals are now [go for flying the American flag. Cub way. Those who don't come to enjoy -
estimated to contain an explosive -I great shortage of professional people theme for the month is "Make the game, win or lose should I"ball rolling"A I II '
of 60 billion tons of -4- I needed to handle our many general aptitude test was ad- Ilan
power Believe and members are to stay at home. I TheatrePhone
TNT enough to put a 20-ton I' health-related programs. make plans for a skit using this The performance of the F.B.-I ministered to many of the seniors

bomb at the head of every human VERERANS HOSPITALIZATION theme.C. Monday. The test extendedi I
I er than Russia. Let us harborno H.s. Band was about the only through most of the day. 261-4849 C. E.
being on earth. The Russians |I : NURSING HOME CARE S. Burghardt read "The i.I Peach, Mgr.
have in their arsenals larger illusions about the characterof bright spot at the ball game Fri- The Tri-Hi-Y held a fashion SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
Scout Spirit" meeting wa: 2:30
I the Soviets or their record of The House has passed a measure I
bombs that we have including: a with NIGHT
breaking treaties in the past. to provide certain veterans closed the Boy Scout benediction SHOWS START 7:30
WO-mejraton bomb. Our weapons ( while members stood in a I ONE COMPLETE
I This may be the first step to- with urgently nursing
and delivery systems are more ward peace however and I know care and nursing home facilities semicircle.A Put your .1
but of the 20-megaton Money
numerous and I believe the ,Russians while reducing the cost to the short football game followed.ALgg' FRIDAY & SATURDAYOne
or under type. One of these bombs know that it is to their inter United States of caring for such Showing Friday 7:30 Saturday 2:30 and 7:30
six times the
explosive est to interest and to the veterans. This legislation would 1
force of all of the explosives Where Your Heart Is
Used in World War II. interest of the whole world if authorize 2,000 additional beds
we can limit nuclear testing. for nursing type care. It shouldbe "1 ;
The Treaty bans nuclear: weapon pointed out that for the over lIod' Taylor

>> tests in the atmosphere in FALLOUT SHELTERSThe 20 million veterans in the Unit \\ : -o < n
2 .
outer space: and underwater. House has passed legisla- ed States we now have a maxi- :: iM 1i 1 One Showing Friday 9:27: Saturday 4:27 and 9:27

There were Senators of course, tion providing for $175 million mum of 125,000 hospital beds. ? 1\zzOPICS
You can see with the addition of : REEF"John
who conscientiously felt that the for the first year, and $460 mil- _
figning of the Treaty was not in 'lion for four successive years to I these 2,000 beds that we are not

, the national interest. If I had provide for shelter in Federal being over-generous with. the A Service of Your Doctor of Medicine, Wayne Technicolor

been in the Senate I would have structures and to authorize pay- needs of veterans. Florida Your Local Medical Medical Association.Society and the I SUNDAY & MONDAY

voted for the Treaty .because ments for the construction or REVENUE ACT OF 1963
: Sunday 2:30 and 7:30:
first with the expenditure of modification of approved public WATER EXERCISES: Monday 7:30
The House has passed the Re- "
approximately $45 billion this shelter space. I was one of the venue Act of 1963 providing fora BENEFICIAL TO MANY I "THE MAIN ATTRACTION"Pat
national defense I of this
I year on our sponsors measure
reduction of taxes in the Archimedes Greek mathematician -
I am confident that we are going and testified before the amount of approximately $11 died over 2,000 years ago. Boone Nancy Kwan
to be in a strong state of military Committee on Armed Services on One of the principles he established Technicolor
I billion over the next two
preparedness. Also we must behalf of it. is still being applied to .3S
inconsistent 4:00 and 9:00
Although it may seem medical Sunday Monday 9:00:
make effort in the world to ,I treatment.
every No one knows of course, the
to reducing Federal
nuclear bombs from propose Archimedes deduced that a ,
keep : get ,
ultimate success of fallout shelters revenues at a time when the bud- body submerged in water losesas r "ISLAND OF LOVE"t
ting into the hands of other unfriendly
believe but I do not think we can get deficit is running at about $9 much of its weight as the Your home is where your heart is and when -t
nations. I
sincerely I billion I believe that the tax weight of the displaced water. Preston Georgia Moll
that this Treaty will be I II I afford to take a chance on failing cut by boosting the economy, This fact is a tremendous boonto you invest in your home you invest in yourself. TechnicolorDRIYE.N
helpful in containing Red j to provide for the safety of I persons with weakened muse
I !which may I emphasize China'j] our people in the event of a nu- would mean increased tax revenues cles.Exercises Your property values stay up if your home i is
and in the
a balanced budget in
and under the
I iaenace as greator even great. clear attack. Competent authoriCASH kept in good repair and modernized A :
I forseeable future if we, as water are known as hydrogym- wisely.
Members of Congress use good nastics. Patients with weakened
special low cost bank loan now can provide the '
i judgment in voting for approp muscle power are able to per- Open One Night only

I : .1.T 6 riations. May I emphasize that form movements in water dollars you need to invest in your most cherished
which would be impossible
... trWe move this action is absolutely necessary of water. When weakened muse out possession your home! Saturday, October 12 7:06p.m."DONOVAN'S ;; .
r and I intend to earnestlytry cles are exercised on a table in -
n to take this action in the future a gymnasium, gravity and fric- I REEF"John

FAST as I have in the past. tion must be overcome. Water I.
Under the bill individual income removes the effect of gravity FLORIDA :, Wayne Technicolor
to a large extent, preventingthe National Bank 9:05
would be reduced
: when you ask us for taxes force of weight from overstretching .
from the present rates of 20 to '.
a weakened muscle. M*01II MUM M INI Itgiltl M.11QN.,0.1
II 91 percent to rates ranging: from Physically handicapped child- I Fernandina Beach 3 VIOLENT PEOPLE"Anne

14 to 70 percent. in 1965. The tax ren naturally have a fear of i
tar rate for corporaHoAii: in 1964 falling and hurting themselves.This I Baxter Charlton Heston

would be reduced1: from 52 to 50 fear is eliminated in wa HCM8U rcOUUL DEPOSIT MSWUMCI COMOMTIM I Technicolor
ter. The patient's morale, often
The need be In and further reduced in
money you can your hands percent low after a long illness is thus I
1965 48 ] "'U. --- ----- --- ---
In short order.What's There to were percent some!{; provisions of elevated.Underwater exercises are ._.__......... .'. ... .__' .__. .'._..,

the bill which I did not like. Ab- beneficially associated with '
more, the entire loan transaction is many types of paralysis. The _
raham Lincoln once said: "The
tailored to suit your pocketbook. arthritic patient also can benefit
true rule in' determining to em- greatly from underwater : :
brace or reject Anything is not exercises during his convales- ,
whether it have any: evil in it, cence.

loom IIIi to $600 but whether it have ''more of evil Hydrogymnastics is relatedto .9c j
up || balneotherapeutics, which is Ii
than good. There are few things 10 Ibs. !

wholly evil or wholly good. Almost I the baths.treatment Balneotherapy of diseases is also by an ., .

G.A.C. FINANC& everything especially of ancient practice: indulged in for
government policy is in inseparable centuries by people who could SS 1 I

CORPORATION compound of the two so that I afford to take baths at the .
f \ ,
our best judgment of the pre famous spas in various parts of : \i FRESH CRISP ICEBERG :
the world.
AMOUNT PAYMENTS fOR ponderance between them is con ,

YOu en 24 MONTHS 20 MONTHS 11 MONTHS 12 MONTH tinuously demanded." I believe .

''S 75.00 S .5.06 S .5.7 S 7.55 the tax bill had more good than 1 and individual Congressmen to : ) :

160.00 S 9.9 10.79 11.67 16.11 evil in it for our people and it accept their responsibilities. If LETTUCE

was on that basis that I gave it ,Congressmen accept their proper \
25.00 2".86 28.35 30.69 2.50 my support. I responsibilities in this matter, : FIRM HEAD .' EACH : I IA Ie
600.00 3".39 39.3. 2.66 59.H I I voted against the motion presented expenditures can be held in line.

by the Republican memo I _
308 Atlantic Avenue bers of the House Ways and VISITORS :

-. Means Committee to tie the tax Recent visitors to my office .
.. Firnandlna leach;Florida cut with a definite budgetary have included: Mr. Jackson Bryan GOLDEN RIPE. :

Telephone 2613681Oifot limitation. I believed the tax cut of Palatka; Professor C. G. .Z5c

'. Noun !-S r should be considered on its mer Bass and Messrs. Reed Ellis,. : .
; Doily ;Wednesday Saturday M2
its. Let me emphasize again that I Gene Liddon Frank Yon and BANANAS 3 lbS
ALSO FIVE CONVENIENT OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE J the only way we are going to cut I I Benmont M. Tench, Jr., all of 604 Atlantic Avenue :

expenditures is for the President: Gainesville. : "
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: e WESSON OIL or FF '- Each FLAVORKIST Q Pint' t

: : Oil ICE CREAM 10c
Cooking ; 9C - s

New FRIGIDAIRE Dryer installs e' 16 Ounce LIMIT 4 With $5.00 Food Order J.I t

: LIMIT 1 of Your Choice With $5.00 Food Order NORTHERN Reg. Roll .

without venting or plumbing ': BLUE PLATE or FREMARMayonnaise Qt. BATH TISSUE .. =,E; Sc !

x LIMIT 4 With $5.00 Food-Order ..
e 39c

VAN CAMP'S 1Oz.' Con :
Not cent for
one plumbing or venting! Exclusive V>rt
WtIT1 of Your Choice With 5.00 Food Order '
Frigidaire Filtrator PORK 'N BEANS 9c .
removes moisture from air in : -

-.-- dryer automaticall 1 LIMIT 4 Food
y.I : Meat Market Specials With $5.00 prder

Just push a button to get just-right t fabric heat JUNE BOY Sweet Fresh ,I' 15 Oz.

gentle Flowing Heat dries your wash breeze- -, -

fresh, safer than sunshine. Tumbles clothes gently. I. Chuck Roast Ib. 39c LIMIT 2 With $5.00 Food Order .

fl L Ends line-drying 11
wear and tear.
I Limit 1
I. PILLSBURY : 'A.. 5 Lbs. m

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.. Automatic Dry measures moisture, shuts dryer off ;e BONELESS FLOUR 39c 9

,. L! automatically when clothes are just-right dry. i : Chuck. Roast Ib. 59c PLAIN OR SELF.RISING :

Easy-reach, no-stoop lint is .
screen right on the door. LIMIT 1 With $5.00 Food:Order

Fine mesh traps .j- FRESH Si
even tiny particles. 7
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,. Automatic sprinkler, ozone lamp, interior fight Picnics lb' 33C FROZEN FRENCH FRIES :- 25c eI

iR Lustrous, rust-resistant Porcelain Enameled cabinet I I : FRESH I f. -

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I: MORTON FROZEN t-t 4 For :
Pork .
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Liberal trade-in allowances Ie SMOKED .; 'j _

::... YOUR CHOICE 1 Lb. Tin e
EASY TERMS Pork lb' 69 }
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: Florida Public Utilities Rib Steak lb. 79c COFFEE I

h+ Co. I : LIMIT 1 With $5.00 Food Order t

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