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Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: October 17, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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VOLUME 106 NUMBER 5 FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA-THURSDAY OCTOBER 1'1. 1963 14 PAGES
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I P-TA Hallowe'en. Chamber

'I Carnival Set Names Lewellen



For October 26 II I


c2y The annual Junior High.EleI II I I I'I President Hires Manager

mentary P-TA Hallowe'en Car- ,

nival is scheduled for October 26 ,

from 5:00: to 9:00: at the City Reed Lewellen, local business
Most everybody in Fernandina :!
I Beach knows Ball Park. man, was the unanimous choltc, of
and has
Annual
respectfor a1 I Chamber of I
Gordon T. Butler, former Each home room will have the board of directors of the Fer-
; '- carnival booth. Commerce :':nandina Beach Chamber
mayor -tnd lone-time resident otI : ; MeetingSet of Com
.. I Some of the planned attractions I merce for president for the com
I I this city, but few : will be; fun house, horror ) For October 31 ; ing year, as that body met Mon.
realIze the
high
I
-
I house, movies, popcorn, clown day at Seaside
esteem in which q .. : pit, spaghetti supper, fish pond, Mrs. Ruth Brown, secretary of I' Named to serve Inn.
.; fie is held state- .... and Channel 4's the Chamber of Commerce .,,
wide. As Executive "t* ,. ___ ___ parcel Ranger post Hal., this week that the annual, reminded -| w i t h LewelleiI : J

Secretary of # The public is cordially {invited. F meeting and banquet i is set for I!(I were Burns Bai :

the Florida Lea- : :: October 31 and urged that reservations ley as vice president ".
1 "
gue of Municipalities be made by the October and Ra; ., :
he is Mrs. Chadwick 23 deadline. I Beville as trea ""l 1.-.'
known' lh every nook and crannyof .. Guest surer. Mrs. Ruti
the !
,.. speaker at meeting, '
the state and especially well : I Interred 4JOhN \ \ ,, to be held in the Junior High Brown is a salar :I" I:
in Tallahassee, where he con- SaturdayAt Cafetorium ied secretary o
will be *
stantly "bugs" the Legislaturewhen ALTHOUGH THE FIRE WAS STILL BLAZING, most of the walls had collapsed when Burns, of the Haydon the Chamber. LEWELLENAlso

( in session) for better deals this picture was made of the destruction by flames of Moore's Grocery and the Aloha St. Ga. Jacksonville.mayor City of at the meeting the directors .

for municipalities. Possibly the .Lounge early Thursday_ _morning of}last week. Mary's, voted to hire John J. Keirsey
finest recognition ever given But n as manager of the Chamber. Kir-
I
ler for his efforts happened at I Mrs. Julia Brady Chadwick Mali Funeral sey has already moved here and
the mid-year banquet of the Dade McQueen Returns As : Breakfast On October 22 To Kickoff I was interred i in Oak Grove Ceme-- assumed his new duties on Wednesday. .

County (Miami) League of Muni- Assistant Managert tery at St. Mary's, Ga. last Saturday .
cipalities last week. Unbeknownto I'I following Requieum Massat Held Monday At
: Chest-United Fund j Keirsey spoke to the dirfi
Mather Furniture DriveThe
Butler the day was tabbed t Community 9:30 a.m. at St. Michael's K. KEIRSEY and suggested a number of direc.

Gordon Butler Day and he was .,. I !I:'I Catholic Church. The Rosary was: John I : Methodist ChurchLast tions in whkh he would like the
the recipient of several handsome Community Chest United 22, with a kick-off breakfast at I II 'recited at her home Friday even- K. Keirsey Chamber to head, namely to intensify
I
awards at appropriate ceremonies Fund campaign for Nassau CounT I Seaside Hotel for all CC-UFl': public relations, institute
during the banquet. Dean'''I ty _will officially begin October | workers. !I ing.Mrs.. Chadwick passed away''Assumes j Duties As rites were held Mondayat publicity campaign in the Jacksonville a.

Claussen, president of the Dade : -. A goal of $17,606.12 has been October 10 in Humphreys Memorial Memorial Methodist Church area, create interest in
League which comprises 27 municipalities Af set, and immediately follow'ng! Hospital. for Mrs. Caroline McCall, 71, I tourism and attract traffic frem

made the presenta. ..(; < Macclenny Next the breakfast the business places I She is survived by a daughter, ;i C of C Manager $ who passed Memorial away Saturday atHumphreys U. S. 17. He also cited tI -advantages .
tions. Over 800 in Hospital '
attendance .
a of the county will be contacted' !Mrs. Gordon A. Dressier; three ; here for retired. ,>
,
the. banquet heard testimonials I,f for pledges and gifts. grandsons, David, Gordon and John K. following a brief illness. H. F. Stone, Jr.,
read from cities, towns and ham. ; 1 Foe Of Pirates I i' Keirsey was named The Rev. Nelson Moyer oW-: reported .bat
lets throughout the state, all ; Ira Hall, 1964 drive chairman, I John Dressier; and a granddaugh- of the Fernandina ciated at the 2 p.m. service and at I plans were complete for } --.annual .

praising Butler. Fernandina Beach states that all area chairmen and 'ter, Julie Ann Dressler, all ofI., Beach Chamber of Commerceat 11 I graveside in Bosque Bello Ceme j meeting and banqwt, bn-Oct.
may well take pardonable pridein Lose To Madison workers are ready for the cam- Fernandina Beach. the regular meeting of the tery. ,31.

"lending" this fine gentlemanto U paign and progress reports will' body on October 14. He assumed i! Mrs. McCall was a member of I i': President Chuck Ffenniken rei .

the affairs he conducts so The Madison Red Devils won ,<',be given as the drive moves Docket duties Wednesday. the Daughters of the American! i j ported that a film cempany was
... .. along. I Heavy Keirsey is a graduate of. the 1 making a movie of the
well I' x<....f.t. the first half of the game with i : Revolution, Waycross Ga. chapter lMraca.t-
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-tr :. .. the Fernandina Beach Pirates last The offcial CC.UF "thermo- University of Missouri, receivinghis the U, D. C. in Waycross, the al Waterway and that this, city
It's too bad more hiirh schoo'! "w' '.':. : :; Friday night and Fernandina took' meter," showing the Nassau I For Fall Term BA degree in 1922. He attended Woman's Auxiliary to Humph- would play a vital' part in tJai
students aren't contributors trI I the second half. However, Madison County goal and daily progress' one session of the Grad 'I i'reys Memorial Hospital, and the film.

the columns of the News.Leader I scored more points overall and towards that goal, will be erectedat uate School of Banking.He j I Woman's Club. She' was a Me- i (Continued on page two)

or to a. real jam-up school paper the P.rates lost, 25-13. Madison the foot of Atlantic Avenue in !! Of Circuit Court I II is a veteran of World War i i thodist I
for that matter. Here's one with jei took a 19-0 halftime lead before Fernandina Beach. !i ill I attaining the rank of captain,> She is survved: by her husband -
j ?unt Pass Kick
talent that he probably never ,_ the Pirates came to life and scored I The fall term of Circuit Court( ]with overseas service in Scotland Walter F. McCall, Sr.; two ,
realized until now. Jimmy Kear, 13 points while holding Madisonto .opens here Monday but most of i Egypt and Turkey.He : sons, Jack Eugene McCall of
ton of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kear ,Roy Key, manager of Matherf 6 in the second half.. i! FBHS Open House : the cases will be heard the week bas a wide teaching experience -Santa Ana, Calif., and Walter F. j jt I Competition Draws

and a sophomore at Nqrth Caro. ) Fernandina, announces the return -, Fernandina came out in the t of Nov. 18. 1 including appointments at t McCall, Jr., St. Petersburg; two I

lina State, has blossomed into a of Eddie McQueen as as- 1' second half of play and 'made the !> Set For Tonight i j Judge Albert Graessle was here !; Hot Springs, Arkansas Highs ( 'I daughters, Mrs. J. Warren Jackson -
staff writer on that school's tri Istant manager. assuming his[ crowd of Fernandina fans real : 'Tuesday for a sounding of the hool, Webber College at Bab- .! Sr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stur. large Field Here

weekly, "The Technician", and luties today. happy as they. were a spiritedoutft i- I i iit I docket and a considerable' num-, son Park, and St. Mary of th !' ''pes, both o( Fernandina Beach;

Ms article have a great' deal of A graduate of Fernandina for th ,finaj twoperiod, Open Houses at Fernandina ber of arraignments'ere made.J'r : Woods Cpllege in Indiana. He two sisters, Mrs. Cornelia Peo- ; Beautiful weather, just .
I rifi.
meriWimmy jtio!!>-a. four-year-;.Bwh. H&L&hMl; un IflSS} Mc FefnanSinalldcedlofrto"Madi-f B.ecr> High ScKooh U "scheduled i. assistant'professor of Busu! pIes of Savannah,. Ga. and Mr*. I a Jwfe #
Judge Graessle also, Had crow ft
from 7:30 until 9:00 this evening ,,a
Queen was formerly associated : Continued S. of Fernandina
scholarship at NC State through r ( on two) Georg Fox
4 I and after moving the pigskin page > the stage Saturday
son i ito The various teachers will be grand jury pulled for October 24 I morning for
with the local establishment Beach three brothers, John R.
on
Foundation
the and ;
Pulp Paper 'i
!
their own 49, Buddy Register the notification State Attorney a highly successful Punt, Paaa
} Container South 8th St. He is married to in their rooms to greet the par on by Wjthington ,and Otis Withingtonof I
assUt :
with from
an John W.
and
punted to the Fernandina 20 yard William A. Hallowes III'' RobinsonDies Kick contest. at City Ben
Gil- ents and discuss the of
ie former courses I
of America. : Miss JoAnne II. Fernandina Beach, and Law
Corporation II Park.
line. Ray Rowe, who. played one I, that he had a case requiring the i>
flOUt of Philadelphia and they ;': study. | Here October 7 rence L Withington of Savannah
J of his best of the'season, i ii services of I The annual
surrounding ire the parents of David, 6, games I I Refreshments will be served ; a grand jury. I ; 8 grandchildren and a great- event, inaugurated
Heading for plush 1 moved the ball for one, then i I here in 1961 and
The docket for the fall term bone John Wilson sponsored joint
diesel Steve, 4, and Pat, ten months. |I for parents and teachers in the I Robinson 65, a grandchild.
K.W. '
is a 1500 gen McQueen welcomes his friends j) Wayne Arnold added one before :]i I school cafeteria. of the heaviest in years with !|native of Catawba County, N. C., Active John ly each year by Lasserre Motor
pallbearers
erator from the power plant of Ned Tyson for' 10 and a first were I Co. and Ford Motor Co.
ran J i attifttfed
Florida Public Utilities Co. Sack to Mather where he will as- j I I I Parents of all high school students cases ranging from forgery to |I passed away at a local hospital R Hutchins, E. V. Garcia, Mike
the down the Fernandina 32. On I 66 local boys. Gil
Vizcarrendo
on
accordingto st' them with their interior decorating : are urged to attend. aggravated assault and arson. (| October 7. Fiala, I. W. Hardee, Jr. Louis i I was
here. The generator, director
the next Tyson of the
play was
a pass I Hallowes and Assistant State'Attorney ; I activity.
Dan Daugh- problems. He was in the carpentry business Ferreira and J. D. Daugherty.
Division Manager intercepted on the Fernandina 36. Thos. J. Shave, Jr. I The youngsters ranged from
before retirement and had 8
to To Discuss i iI Ij| Honorary pallbearers were
erty, is being transported Ragans passed to Weger to the Legion
handled the arraignments for the j lived in Fernandina Beach for through 11, with separate -
on Grand Bahama Island Dr. Jacobs Is Named i Alex Webster, John Conner, A. COMpetition
Freeport Fernandina one yard line where '
in
New Building Plans I state. two-and-one-half years prior to Smith, H. M. Fink, John T. each age groep. The
and will furnish electrical
for the swank Grand Ba New Chief of Staff Lee Kinnard went over for thej!I I Mercury Kavouklis, newly ap- ;| his ,death. I 1M. and Dr. C. B. Brewton. winners in each group ree fved
energy score. The extra Boint was added Theodore H. Hernandez PostNo. pointed Public Defender for this handsome prizes of
Jackets
i Survivors include his widow, warmwp
hama Hotel and an elaborate 4t Local HospitalAt and the Red Devils led, 7-0, in I1 to also be i footballs
of. .the. Monte 54 of the American Legion j district, is expected j j Mrs'Calara: Robinson; three sons, and headgear
gambling casino the early moments., of the open- will meet Monday night to look: '' active during the Court session John E. Robinson, Rchard: Rob. Shrine Barbecue Assisting with the competition
Carlo variety. The big unit, a meeting of the Medical| ing period. over and discuss plans for the as will a number of other defense j j inson, and Norman Robinson, all i i Set November 2 were Donald Straw, Bryant TQe-
I which once played an integral Staff of Humphreys Memorial (Continued On Two
Page )
proposed Legion home here. I ker, Don Caldwtll, C. S.
Burg.
for this new i attorneys. of Newton, N. C.; three daughters ...,
in furnishing last I
Hospital Thursday night
;, part power Commander Tom Tilman said 1 : Mrs. Robert K. Daniels, of November 2 is the date for the I hardt, Vernon Douglas, Van Pope,
city the construction was rendered of transmission surplus by Dr.chief Daniel of M.staff.Jacobs was namedas I It's "College Day" today that the building committee '! Install I Fernandina Beach, Mrs. M. 1.1 annual barbecue sponsored by I I "Pete" Peters, Ray Caldwell! and flit.i-

..Iackonvi1le.Here's has submitted the plans and ; County To Smith, Huntington, West Virginia the Fernandina Beach Shrine Vizcarrondo.
lines from Dr. C. B. Brewton was namedas I Friday At FBHS that he would like all Legion-1 I and Mrs. E. L. Houle, Pen- Club. The public is urged to attend Scores of the winners have
I fa (? vice-chief of staff and Dr. naries present at the meeting for : sacola. and enjoy the good food been sent to National Punt, 'assand
v/ho knows what. This year's annual College Day Fire Hydrant In
a lady Ben Dickens was named secre the discussion. He was entrained to the Hoyle- and entertainment. Kick Headquarters for comparison .
she wants and will go a long way tary-treasurer. program will be held from 1:00: and determination of
I I Lynch Funeral Home in Newton i, The supper will be held at the sidle
to get it. About four or five Dr. Bradford White is the retiring to 3:00: p.m. Friday for studentsin and area winners.
Fernandina Beach Five Points Area N. C. Interment was in the MountPleasant Recreation Center from 3 until I
E. J. Johnson, Jr.. the high school and their
chief
years ago of staff. par- Cemetery of that city. 8 p.m. Donations are $1.00 for Area winners will compete daring .
(now Mayor Johnson) invented ents. WeatherU. I j Oxley Mortuary was in chargeof adults and .75c for children under half-time at NFL games_aod
a new type safety pin. A patent! Tri.Hi.Y Plans Representatives from 19 colleges Meeting yesterday in monthly !' ( local arrangements. 12 (Continued on page two) -
was granted, a company formed and armed forces represen- S. Approved Weather Station session, the County Commission'' ---- --, --- years. .
\ and a promoter secured to handle For Homecoming"Escapades tatives will be on hand to confer Max. Mm. Rain okayed the installation of a fireD
; sales. The quick, safe and neat with students on their educational Thurs., Oct. 10 76 67 I hydrant in the Five Points area. I
pins are terrific (I've recently ," logically enough plans following high school Fri., Oct. 11 73 59 0 i The action is contingent on the
f used some) but the promotion denotes a series of skits givenby graduation. Sat., Oct. 12 82 53 0 I county's legal status for such an
'J has never done justice to the project all of the high school classes I Seniors in particular are urged Sun., Oct. 13 78 59 installation.'! w U

f as yet. The lady in question, and clubs to kick off Homecom- I to gather information from these Mon., Oct. 14 72 63 T ;, The Commissioners also agreed .. '.', .5 .... -
of Logansport, Ind., evidently !ng at FBIIS November 15. Of representatives regarding college Tues., Oct. 15 73 63 .25 ': purchase seven fire extin-
liked the pins so well and could I the Tri-Hi-Y portiyi of this af-|lor military preferences after Wed., Oct 16 77 68 01: guishers for the courthouse from s AiS a I
others after her first ofi The weather is furnished courtesy Fire Co. It
not secure $L __ (Continued page two) graduation. Florida Public Utilities Co. i Graves Equipment I
out that she, began -- : noted that the courthouse
a
I\\1 search supply for ran the source of the pins. ; ........ .. ........... ............ .. .., .... -- has was been without any sort of I ) c ; or vIrr

Her search was fruitful in that 'equipment of this type since it -

she discovered that E. J. and was first built. The annex, how.!

I Frances H. Johnson had secured ever,. is considered virtually fire i
the patent although on none of I proof.
the pin cards were their names '\ Cost of the fire hydrant is estimated I Ii'j
I carried. A letter arrived recently :' : t at $175 and the fire extinguishers -

for "Mr. Frances H. Johnson", will cost $183.65.

asking' how she could secure On Nov. 13 the Commission -r r"JJOt.L
other pins. Needless to say a : : : T$!' S- ____ .'will open bids for a motor grad- I

generous supply went back by \ : er with either a 100 or 125 horse-
return mail and also needless to S\ \\ (Continued on page three) _
I Wy the Tidy Pin Co. is thinking I 4 : ;: wiiwilIia I
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of a new approach to marketing 4' \ S ___ ___ I Police School Set r 'w -
their product. I'm all for it, the
pins are terrific and if you Sunday j For City,
I haven't tried them for your
I baby'a diapers, better ask E. J. iiD! .. County Officers 11W' -

for sample. N'... ... .. '
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or Frances r Th i The Nassau County Sheriff's .c.'
_
I : Department in conjunction with

It's that time again and sea Civil Defense, will conduct a v
b
4'
food lovers are looking forwaid .. police school Sunday, October' '

with relish to the annual free """ ,20th, at 8:30: a.m, in the County F .. S. ,,, .
fish fry at Porter's Fish Camp. : ':ft'. Court .House, Fernandina Beach. '.S

Porter Barnard and the Nassau The class will be conducted bya : _
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County Sheriff's Water Patrol i1iiiI1iI-: Reserve Military Police Company -

are co-sponsors of this popular from Jacksonville and will MAKING FAIR BID (to become a future Y. A. Tithe or Sam Huff, is this group of

event Better mark your calendar t train county and city police per., local youngsters who performed with outstanding ability at the Annual Punt Pass

now for the evening of October ......." "t. .,. ,"..* sonnel in control of civil disturb- and Kick Contest held Saturday at City Ball Park. Winners (in tiers) are: 8 year
''- .,, ,,. ,. I
26. " ; ances.approximately The class will last until, group at Jeft, standing Gary Thrift 1st; kneeling, Paul Sapp, 2nd; seated, Jim Long,
4 and the
p.nu 3rd. 9 (next tier) standing, Mike ,Malone 1st Scott
What did you see when you ,afternoon session will be a demonstration year group ; kneeling, Mears,
looked at the recent costly fire : and participation type : 2nd; seated, David Bunker, 3rd. 10 year group standing, Ed Cook, 1st; kneeling,
destruction of Moore's (Grocery ALTHOUGH THE FIRE WAS OUT OF CONTROL when local firemen arrived, homes iof instruction. f Steven Hendrix 2nd; seated "'m Harvey Leeper 3rd. 11 year group standing, John

and the Patio Bar and Lounge? in the area were saved from almost sure destruction by quick action. Firemen are j All personnel connected with Weldon Hollis. ,, 1st; kneeling, Larry Gill, 2 nd; seated Edwin Lamar Rowland, 3rd.

J imagine the gourmet thought of shown pouring water into the blaze that completely destroyed Moore's Grocery and I county and city police organization -I Gene Lasserre, 'president of Lasserre Motor Co., co-sponsor of the event with Ford

(Continued on page two) the Aloha Lounge on Thursday morning of last week, -,. ; BK urged to atten .. .- Mo(9r( Co., J U $tan4inj at J left with \th* winners, Gil Yizcartondo I U standing; at l left,









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'?ge Two Xews-Lcadpri; Pernandhl! } Beech, Florida Thursday, October 17, Allie Carleton I I II Red Devils led, 13-0. -
i: Ij II j HadisoY kicked off to the Pirates

I I Junday' t I TheNotion High School Echoesr.BY j\ to Rowe on the 18 and he

Nassau Schools To Yulee Volunteer | Lt.-Gov.M- I returned to the Fernandina 35,

Firemen) Slate I for 3Irs. Allie C rle- Counter I. XED .TYSQY r. but on the next play Nobles fumbled -
who taught school' in I the ball and Warn Weger
Observe National Fish Fry SaturdayA : Makes Visit To ,' County many years ago, BY PAJJL WARWICK I I Hello, A "Victory" Dance wiU'lie held scooped up the ball and ran 35

i Sunday 'afternoon in An old friend of mine, has I The Pirates journeyed to Madison I in the Recreation Center "following yards for the srore. Chip Vfotd
School Lunch Week fish fry to be held at the : Cemetery. P.ev. W. just Friday night only to lose to.! the ball game Friday pight blocked the try for the extra
Yulee High School Ball Park on : Kiwanis MondayBY oft'ciated. died.Final "ews of the dath came a good Madison Admission is .50 "stag" and. .75 point awf the Red Devils led,

Saturday, October 19, is being i : maJTe her home ; ",' :" :' am by the score "drag". The junior class: sponsorsthis 19-O.)
ta this
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mornln (
Wednesday
me
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BY MRS. KATHKYN BROWN sponsored by the Yulee Yolun- TOMMY HALL Ga. She is survived by jia i front-p, :, f 2513. The Pi- affair. The Pirates came out for the

Last year Congress passed Resolution tear Fire Department. Outdoor An enthusiastic group and 2 sons. carried a by the e naiipaper Jacksonville story. ," ,!. ates realh "jel- See you later.Macclsnny. ; second h\lf of play full of vicrnr!
) 211 that the dancing to a live orchestra will waniani the Arlin pawr edIt'in the see'
providing from It wasn't! R lonsr article, itddnt : 1 I and kick.ff on their
seven day period beginning on follow. i wanis Club in Jacksonville j name the survivors, itdidn. md half. They j own returned to the Pirate -
the"' second Sunday of October ineach I Serving will begin at 5 p.m. ;''ed the local club at its { E. J. Johnson '; when formal burial : )i_ shed the Madiw I: Next gJbe Arnold carrvine the

year will be designated at and continue until 8. Trimmins'' j night} meeting. They services say would be held and, as a 4 ; team all over (Continued frm Page One) I bitH. f'rt play Wood rar-
National School Lunch Week and will include Sheriff Youngblood's company with Lt. Lion[ Club I matter of fact, it didn't mention :' i. be field, but riei Madison 20. Rowe
I After exchange of
requesting that the Pres'dent j issue famous hushpupries and those {, bert Thall of the anv names at all ." ven this great: I an puntsFernandina added 5, Sehwna 3 and Noblest
annually a proclamation call- enroute to the Northeast Florida '!Division of the Florida .'_: fort could not : took possession of (t goes to the Madison 9. Schomas
1 i iz. Fair at Callahan are esnecially: The old friend that died wasn'ti 1faJi.oQ'S the ball on the Madison 33. Tyson .
on the people of the United District. Others in the Outlook .' 'vercome raMmed to the 5 before Rowe
invited to stop b7 and enjoy the I rerson although the friend bad. nude a flood pass tq Mike{
Sf tel! to observe such work group were Robert $ This bulled pver. for the score. The
with appropriate ceremonies and fine food and fellowship.A Harry Schler, Jack E. J. Johnson Jr.. gave DJD have a pr'onality: attractive Friday night the Pirates will play i' Pkula' but Fcrnandna: WAS off '! extra point attempt failed and

activities. feature of the affair will be Lloyd Butler. i Club an insiht into city to some, disliked b7 some Macclennv at the local ball park. sides on the play and Madison : Fernandina: trailed, 19-6.;
the awarding of a portable television 1 and continuously pungent and) The Pirate B-teara took over on their own 25 yard
Next
week, October 13-19, we !' Robert Ferreira, the outlook for the fu. played After an exchange Of punts
set to the lucky ticket alive wMher you liked it or .did Green Cove's line, On the first play Madison
will observe National School :chairman, assisted by he addressed that group .tcam here Tueitday Madison took possession of the
Lunch Week. You should have holder. nieht.J not like it. night. The score 01. that fumbled and PeeWee Nobles recovered -
lingsworth, showed a color : ball on their own 29 and moved
been seeing posters and windshield The public is cordially invited. of the 18'h! Annual Gator J I Johnson, presented to I For some fifteen years, I was 'game was 12.7 in favor of Fer. on the Red Devil 35 yard 71 yards for a touchdown with

stickers to remind you, ;.Classic held in J uka :; members by' Rav Cald. closely associated with the New nandina i line ai the first quarter ended. Rapans passing to Wejrer for 46

and there are to be various activities :which showed the a brief breakdown of York Mirror, the newspaper : The Little Women's Club' will: Tyson passed to Pikula for a yarda for the man play of the
J within each school to Rotarians, Lions : game won by the Florida city budget of $808- whose demise has been officially have their first meeting Thurs. first down on the !1a.diso118, to drive. Tha extra point wa not
mak \: students and adults more big Giton when they o of the work done recently announced. It wasn't an unexpect.ed *. day night at the Woman's Club I open the second period. Rowe good and the score stood, 25-6.
J "School Lunch conscious." Battle To Second I Penn State Eleven In a and the City Com passing, it was a final event Building, A covered dish supper, added a yard, R'chard! Schomas Arnold took the ensuing kick.
Type A lunches will be served j: counter. : to hold the millage to a that had been predicted over beginning at 6 o'clock, u on the made a first and goal on the off on the Fernandina 18 and lug.
I 4G wne 560,000 Florida chIdren: I and still perform the ne- most of the recent years. agenda. i Madison 5, then ran to the Madison .
: 45
t Key Club guests were I ,: ,' cad the tall to the to get a
ijailr this school year. Golf Tourney TieA I Schema and Billie I functions. : Like with people, however, the Last Thursday night, a pep I II 3. The Pirates then drew a R'-yard Pirate drive underway.

.?, Nationwide, the School Lunch .vanians L. A. Ferreira cited City Manager Da- final knell came a; a shock. All I rally was held at the high} school. 5-yard penalty for illegal motion. Wood Rowe and Sehoma madea

Program ii an. amazing network rematch of a.golf tourney on | Maxwell were invited to : and other city person- of .us have watched loved ones The turn out was not too out. Schomas made a yard, Tyson'snass first down to the Madison 45.
jjf thou andi of small enterprises, Aug. 7 between the Rotary and I Key Club meeting, to be :j their work in preparing and c'ose acquaintances as they standing: probably due to the was incomplete, Chip Wood then Rowe and Tyson rammed
-Operated by school board for Lions Clubs finished in another Thursday. The Club plan to and holdin the ad val.lI wasted away with death always -i bad weather. : lost 4 and Madison took'posses.. for 'another first down to the 35,
"the benefit of school children. "dead heat": yesterday afternoonat i or two Kiwanians I to a 5-8 mill raise des- :' close at hand and quickl S3turday the Key Club spon- :' slop on their own 12 yard line. before Arnold carried three times

.:Cumulatively, it is a one and a the Fernandina Beach Golf i Ione meeting, by invitation. i( increased cost of city inevitable but we always feel gored: a car "Wash and Wax" at Madison moved the ball to the for another first down on the
! uarter billion dollar food in. Course. the imnact of the irretrievable ;, the Recreation Center and manv i it m'dfield stripe where they had Madison 24. Tyson and Rowe carried .
I jdustry, serving billions of lunch- I 1 told of the plans and when it finally comes, you 'people turned out to have their to punt, but Fernandina drew a to the Madison 10 before
I Is a year. It means a strong Following the second tie both i Girl Scout; Tropp j sanitary land! 'can't, somehow, just. take it in cars waxed. It makes us feel l li 15-yard penalty for a personal Tyson tossed! to Wood for the

I -veil-fed youth, an effective uecif clubs still maintained their another superiority 1179 Plans HIM I for the disposal of ,i your stride. i] good to know that the public will foul and Madison retained pos- touchdown. then used the same
and undoubtedly session of the ball and
;. our agricultural abundance, I: and trash and listed The New York Mirror was I i support school organization a first play for the extra point and the
; .and expanded markets for farmers "grudge battle" is in the offing.Following i To Fort Clinch I avenues open for such. a much better known in New York, !'such as this. down on the Fernandina 15. Seven core stood 2513. with leas than
I of 1 : playa later, with just minute
the
food industries and local completion r j| of course, than it was in Fer- one 2 minutes remaining in the ball
:businesses.I : play the contestants and other !i Girl Scout Troop 179 pl I dwelt on the need for nandina or anywhere else out and a half remaining in the first game.
.1.- The National School Lunch I club members enjoyed a fish fry. I hike Saturday in the sewerage facilities! ,re I''pf the New York metropolitan Just Ramblin'tCntinued j! half of the game, Madison scored Time Pirates
out the
I ran on as
Preparation of the tasty meal I their regular Friday II that the is working I a touchdown but the extra
I city
I program has become the largest : ; It appeale4 to the subway
I area. : One) they had a first down on the Red
Rotarian Jim Tram Page I po'nt try was not good and the
..aingle: food service in the nation. I was supervised by [ Scouts are asked to meet I beginning of suchja: ;t riders and other quick-moving Devils 15 when ended.
I all that fine food burned to a --- -- the game
and the number of "seeonds"
Beard 14th of '
Street entrance reasonable
: the earliest
"It!; U essentially a community effort. inhabitants who had to take their
that Tyson, Rowe Schoraas! Arnold,
fisherman thought
: attested his ability. : Clinch State Park. I : crisp, a !;!
School lunch programs are I i news on the run. It was dominated he would have to get his bait Funeral SaturdayFor Wood and Nob'es! were the main
: Results of the matches are as Leaders for the I noted that this year's sensationalism to
operated in over 1700 schools in I I by a shrimp and possibly his fishing COTS in Coach Wayne Benner's
Florida. :I follows: be Mrs. R. W. Galphin, Mrs. ,I provjde imnrovements:t great extent, and was perhans a I.; tackle elsewhere, the connoiseur Otis Haddock r offense whjle the Rice brothers

The Federal government contributes i! Andy Anderson won over Buddy Weatherford, Mrs. Dick C ; recreation center. pretty good example of "tabloidjournalism" of wines and liquors thought of And ,Infant Son Barry and Beryl, Butch Williams,
,
r ler, Mrs. L C. Kinser and I the budget, he said, is a I lurid '
some cash and food to : Burgess and Bill Melton over in the more where he would go now to quench, Benny Alvarez. George Sheffield,
schools participating in the Program :i Ken Forehand. Anderson and Mel D. R. Klein. for city emplorees. \He sense. I his thirst, a follower of Terosi- Joint funernl services for Otis Jerry Beard, Kirby Ifendrix were
1 I in Florida. The Federal I I ton teamed for a Lions win. Girls will bring npe : the fact that key,per.. I.I But the New York Mirror, like chore bemoaned the dance floor Leroy Haddock, 4k J lunches and drinks will be the city could nof fat :, onth*-old son, Otis Dale Haddock .
Contribution accounts for onlyAbout Dick Bennett won over Dan I any other corporate organism, gone up in flames, the owners :standing defensive ball.
20. percent of the total : Paugherty and Ray Caldwell over vided. Scouts are urged to i I be given raises in the was made up of people nice thought of the lost revenue while :: ) both of Hilliard were held I I Friday night the Pirates will

: rogram cost. Food used in the I, Newt Roberts. Bennett and Caldwell appropriately for the : that are deserved.re..amnI I people, good people, people with ,I Rebuilding, but leave it to my Saturday afternoon at the Ephe- I entertain the Macclenny Wildcats
"Florida Program has now reached teamed for a Lions win. Saturday morning: I i proposed hearts and minds and sensitivity.It I daughter tQ come up wjth one I sis Baptist Church at HiUiard, at the local l park. Last! week the
a value of over $28'? million : Tom Shave won over Harry shoes with socks are increasing of the citv's '! was one of the nicest places had completely missed. Her first with burial in the Kings Ferry. tough Wi'dcats! clobbered the
recreation
'"annually. A national average of poole and Houston Sapp tied with i ed. I' in the beach that Fernan- : to work I have ever known. And I'reaction was that Stella Moore Cemetery. !''Green Cove Springs Blue Devils,
JO of this food is bought by Officers elected at l last noted 40-odd in Father and son were killed in 40-6.
newspaper
Forest Ozburn. Shave and Sapp j I of the last i my years : had lost the huge mounted fish
"the schools in their own local teamed for a Rotary win. I. meeting were: Carolyn was one I work have given me the oppor- I that gained her a world record in automobile accident south of Coach Wayne Berner said earlier
,' narkets. Seventy-eight percent I John Hooper won over Cecil scribe; Denice Heafner, to maintain control : tunity to assess the lovability I for a fish of that type. I guess Kin sland on U, S, 17, Sunday : this week that his star quarterback -

..*)f this food purchased by FJor- Brewton for a Rotary win. er; and patrol leaders: oceanfront proper I II i and congeniality of many: another I I'm as guilty as any of looking night, October 6. The wife and .i' Nrd Tyson, had missed
ida Schools comes from our local Struss, Diane Burns, Donna i that this city own? paper. I first at material things rather mother, Mrs. Mary Ann Haddock, practice with a sprained ankle
:Markets. Schools taking part in : Pete Ingram won over Franklin: jar.o and Sally Adler. I on the Atlantic I A big-city morning newspaper than those of other values. I i was critically injured and daughter but be hopes to have him ready
Jones and John Barniak over Em- other city on the East-i I
Annette, and Glen
I son. were
, -the
follow
Program a menu : for the asainst Macdenny.
patTern : PW
6 to 1 a.m., is one I
from say p.m.
!
and Barniak of Florida.
Fizer. .
erson Ingram 1 also seriously injured.
set by the United States .hives of strenuous The George Sheffield has been having
Jr. the'most active -, Jaycees report that they
learned for a Lions win. Mayor Johnson I I pf : Other survivors! of )Ir. Haddock -
of !
Department Agriculture, based go-getting can imagine are about one-half completed on : ankle trouble hut will be ready
on research. this I "Bo" Bohannon won over Chuck to the success of the new you are his father. Roy Haddock -
nutrition Using for the Fridav.
LUNCHROOM if the movies and I their current Community Atti- gme
school lunch J Flenniken and Charlie Peacock 4'r'I andjhat the revenue ] even : ; a sister, Mrs. Wynonna Haddock -
.pattern as a guide, The Yardstick
The Fernandina Beach stage plays do frequently tude Survey and that the surveyresults
than.offset the cost of some
plan their menus to won over Mike Fiala. Bohannon. I I both of Hilliard; two brother FM
: managers I High-Elementary School I distort and exaggerate the mad : will be published in the '
include the proper quantities o'proteinich I ;md Fiala teamed for a Lions win. ; : He urged that city mer! 0.. C. Haddock, Fernandina F.Qt downs; 13 'u
future. The said;
teria is observing United rate in miking their pace that is followed.! near Jaycees ,
foods, fruits and John Duffy won over Clayton week of October 21-25. by I I II III twingeof I that they. have been. well receiv.pd : Beach and Herbert Haddock, Yards rushing 174 135
available to tran- So it with distant i,
more was a .
Hhhiar4.I
a' Vegetables! bread, butter or margarine Sanders: and Harry Sahlman won i truly' I I I in all the homes they have Yards passing! 85 114
I paring a !} sadness, thi, morning, whenI Additional
owners. survivors of Otis
and milk. These are ver John McClane. Duffy and Each the "main : I I visited and asked'that' their I Passes ttempted 11 7
I menu. day ,read that the Jfew York SJir- appreciation
mown A lunches J ,, 1 Dale Haddock are his maternal
as Type which Sahlman teamed for a Rotary win. be I taV for such cooperation I Passes completed I 5 ft
will one popularly I ror had died. I'm glad I am spar- I Ir i grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
from one-third :
.provide << to one- : I Jnterceptions by 0 1
Stone be
Hugh Tommy
won over to a country other than th K Keirsey ed the experience of walking into ,,' expressed.
| A. Haddock of Hilliard. the
: I half of a child's daily food needs filman and Harry Sahlman won ited States, starting with j that lifeless city room on East -tr maternal Punts 2 3

The Program in Florida is administered i I II ;ver John Barniak. Stone and garian Goulash on j I ( from Pa<*e On!" I I r 45th St. and staring at the re- :,. Now they're out with a gadget I, Doolie Lewis great-grandmother Jacksonville, Mrs.and punting average 30.5 26
I by the State Depart. ahlman teamed for win. I I Fumbles lost 1 2
j a Rotary ending with the ever Oklahoma Baptist Uni- mains. that makes ice cubes. resembling I
: jnent of Education. Technical as. colt balls. I doubt -if the maternal great-grandfather, Yards penalized 40 30
Rotarian Newt Roberts and i Italian Spaghetti on Frida Shawnee, instructor in seriously
sad
It would! have been a moment R. C. Lewis of Denus.
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I jutance is everything from plan j (Won Bill Melton handled the tour- OCT. 21-23 and Business law at the although I am quite sure the cubes will ever be really pop-
ping and equipping a depart.I ley arrangements. UNITED NATIONS Institute of Banking, idled 1 I. ular at the so-called "19th Hole"} I with a ifffine imposed by: Fernandina Beach
>
I i the employes
that 1,400 y I
j ;: went to buying! and preparing. I 1945-1963 I. instructor of cre :I i the newspaper's demise will find .' however. Most golfers at that : County Judge' J. E. (Gene) Wea- NEWS LEADER,
food is provided for schools. Per"SQnnel Nurse ,I Monday : and auditing I: somewhere for their stage are seeking to forget what I. therford in the taking of a doe :
Missionary !H t.h Streff-Phone 3686
a spqt
t training, storage, safety Hungarian Goulash (ground I Federal peserve Banks I their interests. the pesky pellet looks like. deer in this county by means of !
__&nd sanitat'on are other area: s Recent Topic I buttered green beans / York and St. Louis.I I i abilities and '* tr a light. and gun at night. As it Ry Caldwell! Maager-Editor

which) receive attention. I parsley paprika corn, poppy he was. business man- :I I They were all mighty' fine peo- j!r Fires last week had us calling I i stands, Weatherford is the fighter I Published every Thursday and
"""" )f Circle II
Three basic requirements tot Baptist rolls and butter, raisin assistant professor of' pie. i everyone "fire fighters" I guess.I against; the "fire hunters", as entered at the Post Office, Fern-

school participation, in the Program "She lived but short time, orange, % pint milk. i Administration at Jack- I erroneously applied this labelto : those who hunt in the dark *ndina nl!ach, FlorlJa, ps second
a
are that the program be Tuesday "French" University, resigning af I: For SluteScholarships "fire hunters", in connection i hours are called. I plass mail ricttr.'Do't : t .
till her example will live on to I I Exams! ._
-- --- -- -
controller -- ------
operated on a non-profit basis elected pf -
tuide girls to missionary i I out of beef (beef stew), .
that free reduced-price lunche young banks i in Flor- -
or he largest
lursing in. the future," Mrs. R.I I I and tomato salad, w/ I II ;
Jke provided: for children d term Set
of dressing, French bread and
DcBois said in a review
I ined by local school! officials t< 'I here from Wic '
) he book, Grace McBride, MU- ter, canned peaches, I comes Miss
be unable to pay the full IH.kt'.Jind I He is unmarried
buns, pint milk. :
that the lunches served nice ;ional"/ Nurse, by Lila Watson. Wednesday/2 making his home j, Here October 22 Our B9;
-
the basic Type A pattern. The review was part of a program 'I View Mqtel. 'I
*.-" Children are learning to eaf I presented to the Mary[ .; Currje J chicken over rice i State School Superintendent

.variety of nutritious foods a' leeder Circle of the First Rapist -i est cabbage and apple Bailey has an1Ouuted.that. the
they enjoy lunch daily under thrJrogram Church on the life of North ental peas, rolls and butter, Names 1963; bxatninatioa I for, i : t'# t _
apple rings, % pint milk.
Since 1947, the numbe 3hina missionary nurse, Grace I Teaching and Nursing Scholar- '
-f children: participating in Flor .IcBride, It was hoped that the Thursday "German" From Page One) ,hp Loans shall be given on October .
t Jhjg has increased from a daily x>ok might encourage more girls i furters I buns, hot potato I II voted to expend ( 22. It will be ;ad administered! Ia@

"average of less than 124,000 t I o choose the field of foreign. .I cole slaw, German chocolate mqvie sequences of the between 9:00 and U:QQ a.m. and
I more than ty million. Widesprea' missions. H pint milk. I;' Fort Clinch State will be under the director of wlJJl

Jjpmmunity support and local in Mrs. Vernon Thomas gave the I, Friday "Italian" : beach recreation area, School
; ,terest are key factors for contInued !levotion and'the program was ghetti w/ seasoned meat fishing pier and. the. I office. Application blanks are
I, growth and maximum suc losed by a prayer led by Mrs.I I Italian salad, Brussel, : $ I, available through the school pr'p- I'a'j
I 'cess. .loyd Wolters. i rolls and butter, fresh & : noted. that the film I cipal's office or Superintendent .
I II '*** Naturally we have a persona During the short business I pint milk. shown at 'the Florida Weisner's- office. :

unterest in facts and figure necting which followed, the dr. I I ; during the World's Fair:, Florida has made available 1-, fb
'about Nassau County, Our load I :le decided to sponsor a Girls' I Ii Showcase in Ne\v 050 loan for the preparation of
Trbom people are professional! I Vuxiliary Group and keep the Tri-Hi-Y Plans that a number of TV ; teachers, each having a value of DANCE

-minded and perform their dutir; lame, Mary Reeder after a {onn- had professed an i inter: I $400 a year. Scholarship loansare
.J1'ith great dignity With a singh ?r member of the circle, now i (Continued from Page ) i i' the film. -" ;: allocated to each of the 67 -: isIatI6 :'

exception, every worker in thrTounty II 'ming with her husband in the Rep. Claude ingatat< :, count'es according to student en- > AndCostume
has had at least one hillipines.A fair, Mary Reynolds is meeting and suggest rollment in grades one through &
:
.framing course to up-grade them period of refreshment and i and will be responsible for I II the Chamber? furnish .axj twelve. Loans are available for _
-selves. Many have bad two am I I skit. i, the) elaborate Florida! 'undergraduate study only. A
"three courses, and the managert ellowship followed. I Skits are also in order the World's Fair In.; General Scholarship Loan may t. : Ball r@

.Additional and more technics II' parade before the game next year.. He ;.sug-'I'be renewed from year to year ;
ones. These courses help them tt lev, Orin Stites Orange Park. As parades ; the eight flags which for as long as four years provided '. iJl

work more efficiently and effec ro Lead Revival I generally on the move, \\ over this isjan the holder is registered in "
tively. I skits are appropriately used in the exhibit". .' I'college as a full-time student,
Beginning participation for the \t Pine Grove Church I called "walking skits." Ida i,' -. ;, maintains at least a "C" average FRIDAY OCT. 25

beginning of the present schoo ; Hull will head a each registrat'on period, meets ,
I year is good schools, students Revival servO ces will be heldit I sponsible for the Hi-Y ; Pass Kick,. tail requirements of the college,
.participating and percentage the Pine Grove Baptist Churchit I I bon to this portion of *w J.and is making satisfactory progress /
O'Neil beginning I: activities. : the .. 9 To< I "
are as follows: Monday ing ed from rage One) toward meeting requirements p.m. a.m.
"- Fernandina Beach Junior-High- night, October 21 and! continuing Thus began the Tri-Hi-Y winners will compete at for the Florida Graduate,

Elementary 893 pupils hrough Sunday night, October I ing held Tuesday night nal Football League Teaching Certificate. Immed'atelf

( 8G<> ; HUliard High School 43C"Jupils I II 27 with service held each even- Recreation Center. 'i> game, after a trip I following graduation from college

I 83 ff ; Peck ugh School ing beg'nning at 8 p.m. ,i Other discussions of and a White House with the Bachelor's Degree, j KAC( AUDITORIUM AT TENACRES I
f 563 pupils 68fr ; Yulee High Rev. Orin W. Stites, District I I touched on the All' trips will be ex- a person who has benefited from :

].chool 453 pupils 7G't: ; Field Worker for the Jatbon.1 starting a Tri-Hi-Y Club e for the winning young- |: a General Scholarship Loan will ,
'
j cana.1 rille and Northeast other of the j be teaching in :
ban High School 592 area county. their fathers. expected to begin
: *l&rr ; Bryant Academy sociations, will be the evangelist.Rev. i F. B. is the only one. winners whose scores I'a public kindergarten, elemen-j! Dance To The Music of' A Six @)

Jupils 72%; ; Pine Forest Com- Stites is a dynamic I Soon the group will sent in for rom pari.' tary, secondary school, or junior )!
-munity School 310 pupils preacher filled with enthusiasm program of group church i{ ; college in Florida to recompense;
14% ; and Fernandina Beach Sen. for the kingdom's work. j i ance. Each church will be olds First place, the State for funds exnended onj i I Piece Band 0

Lr High 3S4 pupils 77' ,I The music will be under the by the entire TF'-Ri-Y ; second, Paul Sapp; : his colleee training. Each year ;: V :,
Total number of lunches served Jirection of Rev. F. A. Picker! One church per month [I Long. !iof teaching sill cancel $tOO of With A Solid Beat
:i> pupils during September %a$ md those who attend will bet t selected in alphabetical :' olds First place, !i Scholarship Loan notes. I'
blessed at each services through I Hardee, the lone second Scott !'
JJJ33 a daily average. Your I Kathy ; Florida has made available !
*rchool lunch pepple do a terrific the singing of the good "old gos.,I gave a report concerning *ird, David Bunker. $275,000 for Scholarship Loans I $?.OO PRIZE FOR BEST COSTUMED COUPLE
.Job} ; they are m'ghty nice people. I ptJ 1 hymns", and the special tale of football programs. olds First place I I''to encourage students to prepare ; fj

"fake time to take notice of your mUJ c. i I of? the money received Avery; second, Steven j I themseves) for the nursing pro
"jBwn: school lunch program during -: The nursery will be open each I the Tri-Hi-Y and the ; third, Wm. Harvey. I I fession. These funds have been $2 PER
this, special emphasis week. I night for the convenience of parents Association benefits from i I allocated in a manner phich will COUPLE ,/

I who come with small chil- JI1 inder. ; olds First place, i assist students who desre to at. .

; ,ren. As a portiop of the Hollis; second, Lar' ten4 practical l, professional? diploma SPONSORED; TIlt; KRAFT ATfii IITI J: t!
irqde At Home : The public is cordially. invited_ .- fary CleJand J>*resented a : ; third. Edwin LamarBowlanii 'I. junior college and basic collegiate T "
o-attend. ion. .i\J .. _ir.
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British'Evangelist To SpeakSunday: I Newsreader, Fernandina.Beach Florida .Thursday, October 17, 1963 Page Three:

{ F of $315 by the North Florida of a visit to the district office of

y'r:9.9 Morning At 5 Points Church County To InstallContinued Timber Co for surplus timber ona the State Road Board. Wingate
ara' : Baptist strip of land on Canal Streetin noted yellow lines will j.lje'Tnstalled -

.}.0k1 Y r ( from Page One) the. East Gray Gables Subdivision on State Road 200 at" O'-

..; I 1 i Dr. Owen Murphy, of London, tour of 28 countries in which Dr.! power engine, At the same meeting j I just off U. S. 1 3 miles I I Neal as a safety factor and-{hat

England, an international evan!M I Murphy conducted his crusade.,' bids will be received for the South of Callahan. the SRB was surveying fie'condition

gelist of world repute, B.ble I I While in Moscow he spoke at a estimated yearly needs for concrete ; The postponement was basedon : at Terminal Paper. Bag

teacher and speaker, will fill the Baptist church. i and metal pipe. the fact that only bid was : Co. on U. S. 17 with an eye'to. fn-

wYlr ? pulpit at the morning worship He is accompanied by his wife, I I'II Frank Hill of the Florida For submitted and the Commissioners creased safety there also.** **

hour Sunday, October 20, at Five an accompl'shed' soloist, and his i est Service appeared before the ( wanted to secure an estimate on I Wingate said also that he had
Points Baptist Church. I'II daughter who plays the piano Commission and revealed that the worth of the timber. asked that the SRB contact' a

i Dr. Murphy is touring America I i and organ. I 3,285,500 tree seedlings were Approval was made of a formal I county representative when work

I[ in the interest of world revival I Rev. J. W. Keen, pastor feels j jI I planted by Nassau County land audit of the finances of the: is being done in this area. He

bringing to all evangelical : his church, and all the residents owners during the past year. I abolished City of Boulougne. also suggested that possibly"road a

*4 churches who will hear him, the !I of this area, are fortunate to I Hill also noted that there wasa I Rep. Claude Wingate appeared :1: planning committee mightbe
p j I11 /; scenes and challenges of the Hebrides I i have this team for a service. The reduction in suppressed forest ; before the Commission and told named by the Commission., :

"awakening", in what is.. _. ---- -
i congregation general public j fires in Nassau County the past - - ,
I undoubtedly one of the most stirring are invited to attend. 1 I year over the previous year. The 11-- ,.

+ I and challenging messages of Dr. Murphy will present the I reduction was 20 from the previous -I

today.Dr. II message, "When God Stepped I year's total of 168. I Free Free!
Murphy was director of. I He also pointed out that the

q .ti xT .. .: .;yy.. the London Revival Crusade :!I Down From Heaven' Those who ,I Florida Forest Service spent I I'I
/ attend will be face to I
brought
in Nassau
1 1I $49,261 County. Of ,
Party, has, spoken in over 2400 II WITH!! THIS COUPON
[face with spiritual 'possibilities, this .figure, $11,453 comes from, Special!
1 I churches in the United States,1 I and will learn what true revivalis. the county and $37,808 from the 'I AND I

including over 1400 Southern : state. U
WOODBURY
'' : I Baptist churches. He was the revivalist I October 22 was set as the date / \ $5.00 PURCHASE

who preceded the Billy Do your wire hangers cave in the Commission will witness a I fe\\\ LOTION AT I


Graham Crusade in New York I under the weight of heavy gar. I demonstration of self-propelled MM
Value
City. .! ments? Double their strength by ]N I road stabilizing machine at the : Waos Store I

i par excellent were these folk singers who entertained as a feature Soviet Russia and the Middle binding two hangers together J i county prison camp at Hilliard. I Offer Expires Oct. 27, 19C3 Drug

I of the Woman's Club production last week, "The Good Ship May-B". Left to East were highlights of a recent with cellulose or adhesive tape. Action was postponed on a bid ........ __ J I
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'j right, Flo Flenniken, Jeannette Mclnnis, Maria Sellers and Jeanie Gingles. In background -- = : :- -- :..

I W. H. Melton, left, as King Neptune. and. Bob Talton, right, as ship's captain. ... ... .. .__. __ ___ _,._' ___ 18Of I

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. ;; Blackcock BaptistTo -l.
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; G-J l Ct', 'I$t I Hold Revival 8

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"4.;'4I.:tt i(,*"<1.i .t.:. .,,. \J :,. "'. :w". i' .' I Blackrock Baptist Church, located I

: : ; between Fernandina Beach e
: i fJ 5 I and Yulee on Highway 108, will

rn i conduct a 'revival meeting begin. 9
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t r it,. f fling Sunday October 20, and


continuing the Franklin evangelist until D,, Williams with October Mrs.26.will Williams be 9 9t mm, SAWRDAY And MONDA Y, OCT. 18. 19n 21 !


as the pianist. There will _
be special singing each night'' ; S I
with services beginning at 7:30: S Ia
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p.m.Rev.. Frank C. Bowman pastor fY T! 8

cordially invites the publicto '
attend. -

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,.; } PUBLIC NOTICE 0 11-Piece

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RESOLUTION NO. 6! 0
Sandran
HE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARDOF ; r"
"$ 44 PUBLIC INSTTUTTION 0V NAS- 0 i
SAU COUNTY, FLORIDA, that the Moden 4-Piece Vinyl Hollywood :
'
following Earned persons, wio are 0 Linoleum "
found by the Board to be intelligent, t
GIVING OUT WITH THEIR USUAL fine, Barber Shop discreet and fairminded, are appoint. 0 9x12Reg. 1 -

harmony were the "Glad Tones", local quartet of the So- ed election as inspectors respectively of election for and each clerksof polling 0 Sectional Sofa $19.95 Bed .

ciet for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber place and every election district ,.
) in Special Tax :.':hoof District No. 1 Now
Shop Quartet Singing in America, at last week's Worn- of Nassau County, Florida, for the 0 Solid 'foam' ,reversible i zippered Cushions. I
an's Club production of "The Good Ship'IayB". Leftto I purpose of carrying oil and conducting 0 $13.8888c
I the regular biennial schoool district Covers upholstered in Full size or twin size innerspring mattress.
right Fred Bond, Don Heafner, Don Himmelman and election for sad Special Tax School high pile Rayon DownAvailable _
District No. 1 of Nassau County FlorIda 0 Nylon. Assorted"colors., > in Matching Box Springs Easy to clean ,
" Rex Dudley.Girl on. to wit. Tuesday November 5. 0 any,room size (}
-" A. D., 1963 between the hours of 7.00( '
choice of vinyl covered headboard 6 hardwood
,
A.M., and 7:00 P.M., namely: 9
Each girl cooked her own sup PRECINCT NO. ONE PcUng Place: 0 Regular' 249.95 T and patterns
l Scout Troop 158 I I per over the f'Habashi". Then Courthouse Corner Center and e' laree colors legs, 2 bed pillows. 0
5th Streets, Fernandina Beach,
.she made and topped off her selectionIn
Enjoys Cookout Florida
meal with a' "Banana Boot" dessert Clerk: Mrs. Mary Agnes White stock
At Camp Chowenwaw I Icspectors: .Mrs.Edna Venita Weimer HendersonMrs. i:: 16 888 ONLY $4988

The various types of cooking Mrs. Bride Hickey o
The Girl Scouts of Troop 158' Mrs. t'orine freeman 0
used as badge requirements were: Mrs. Flora A. Mitchell $5.88 DELIVERS 88c DOWN
left Friday afternoon for Camp ffi
PRECINCT NO. TWO Place
individual: broilers made from Pclling : 0
Chowenwaw in Jacksonville. The American Legion Home. Corner .
girls and their leaders, Mrs. twigs reflector ovens, open I ( 11th 'and Center Streets 0 ::5 g
campfires, and fireplaces.The Fernandina lieaclv Florida S
Charles Brewer and Mrs. William 0
Clerk: Mrs. Etta Mae Lambright 0
Leuschner, spent their three girls returned Sunday Inspectors: Mrs. Mary L. Leary
morning with many happy memories Mrs. Florine 1.. Dudley 0 --
day campout fill ng the require Mrs. Ruth E. Matthews :
ments of the "Outdoor Cook's I about their cooking and Mrs. Maude Allen Smith I I 0 BERKLINE
camping experiences in the great Mrs. L. S. Grant ,
Badge. 0
Mrs. Melba Shiver CONTOUR
I outdoors. PRECINCT NO. THREE Polling 0 ,
I .A "Jungle Breakfast" began a -
attended Place: Auditorium. Recreation CHAIR 0I
Thefollowing 'girls :
fun-filled Saturday. The menu Center, Atlantic Avenue Fer sN e a n
Judy Alday, 'Jan Seville Jill Be. nandina Leach( Florida : t Guaranteed by \9
included such exotic dishes as; vile, Brenda Bolden Beverly Clerk: Mrs. Kay Rhatigan I I iuwr; m Good Housekeeping
Inspectors: Mrs. Lee MorganMrs.
1 "pearls," "sundrops," "white I Brewer, Barbara Broadwater, Jeannie Corbett 0 Reg. $79.93
Rita Cook, Connie Mrs. Faye LaChance .
foam, and now flakes. Lynn Bryan
'Mrs. Ava Swails Now
I Entzminger, 'Gail Galphin, Mary PRECINCT NO. FOUR Polling 0 $47,88 .
j
Godwin, Anita Hall, Ann Hardee, Place: City Hall, Corner 2nd 0 4 ti 88c Down Y"

Carmen Hogan, Sally Johnson and Leach Ash Florida Streets Fernamfcna 0 XftSfe -

I If Joy: Jernigan. Clerk: Mrs. Guinn McKendree -
OYSTERSI Mrs.
Dora
Inspectors: Kelly
Teresa Janice Lewellen 0
Right,. Mrs. Dolley Duliois
f !I Brenda Faye Little Beth Long Mrs. Leota S'aearingen I 0 ::3.4.**& 9" FREEHalloween 4 rf !
Mrs. Betty Beugnet I 4
Marjorie Merrow Maria Miller.
Mrs. Charles F. Morris !
SURF I Becky Moore Julanne Owens Mrs. J. B. Haddock 0 ,...' .- '
11 I
Mask 1
Susan Stewart, Jane Ann Stouffer PRECINCT NO. FIVE Polling 0 -
I Place: Building at Five Points, to first
and Janice Tiner.
Fernandina Reach Florida '
RESTAURANTAcross thanks Clerk: Mrs. Helen Joyce Brooks I, 100 Children ..
the
Many to leadersfor ,
:
Inspectors: Mrs. Cleo Braddock 7-PIECE !
From Ocean Pier making the event possible. Mrs. Ocie Ferreira DINETTE Accompanied
Mrs. AmacJa Mclarland I By AnAdult
Private. Dining Room For Mrs. Carolyn Music

Parties, Clubs, Etc. Mrs. Lillian Margaret Johnson I 36"x60" Never Mar plastic top 0
Trade At Home Mrs. Still f ;
Assorted Colors yF '
I PRECINCT NO. SIX Polling Place: .
County Building at O'Neil ,
Chairs
6 Upholstered
Vinyl
Clerk: Mrs. Gladys Mott Yrx _
Inspectors: Mrs. Agnes L. Wilder t
I Mrs. Bert Evatt I II e
88c
Mrs. Gertie; Jones i $6788 DOWN

Han TheatrePhone I Mrs.Mrs. Ruby Maudie Easterling Bennett .t)

PRECINCT NO. SEVEN Polling 8e
Place: Gymnasium at Yulee
e
261-4849 C. E. Beach, Mgr.\ High School Yulee Florida ,j -
Clerk: Mrs. Louise 0. Flood
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MATINEES\ AT 2:30 Inspectors: Mrs. Hen Ola Jones Q
Mrs. Hattie Hughes ,
NIGHT SHOWS START 7:30 Mrs. Louise Terrell j 1 e
,
Mrs. Dolphus CampbellMrs. 1 1 +
ONE COMPLETE SHOW
Thelma Johns :
PRECINCT NO. EIGHT Polling
THURSDAY FRIDAY & SATURDAY Place: Masonic Temple Luild- '
ing. Hilliard. Florida j .
One Showing Thursday & Friday 7:30 Clerk: Mrs. Esther Wade .
Inspectors: Mrs. I. T. Blake |
Saturday 2:30; and 7:30 Mrs. Stella M. Johnson w :
Mrs. H. E. Huling l Instant
Mrs. Henry Nicks e 1
"PT 109"Cliff 1 Mrs. Ann Bulford _
PRECINCT NO. NINE Polling Place: r 1a Credit!
Town Hall Hi1li rd, Florida : A .
Robertson as John F. Kennedy Clerk: Mrs. A. A. Eskndge j I I a All You .
Inspectors: Mrs. Emily Michaels .
TECHNICOLOR Mrs. Maude HendersonMrs. : Want
Dorothy R. Kaehn 0MATHER
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Mrs. Norman White e
I SUNDAY & MONDAY\ Mrs. Homer Simpson Small t .t)
PRECINCT NO. TEN Polling Place: Deposit t
Sunday 2:30:; & 7:30 Monday 7:30 Town, Hall. Callahan. Florida 4
Will Hold
Clerk: Mrs. D. P. Braddock


, "COME BLOW YOUR HORN"Frank Inspectors Mrs.: .Mrs.Dora Mayme Bessie:Lee Jones Lrookins MuellMrs. I : Mirrored Wall Curio Cabinet Any UntilDesired Item I :

Mrs. Gertrude: MeredithMrs.
Sinatra Hattie Ella Higginbotham :
: Double frame with shelves for
PRECINCT NO. ELEVEN Polling }your'pree
TECHNICOLORDRIVEN- Place Building: Health on Clinic Oak In Street Brandies r ious ornaments. The.mlrI.o. .: back and MAPLE BUNK BEDS ,

Callahan, Florida S. outer frame, reflect a thousand images.
Clerk Mrs. Lucille Spurlock 'Brass ornamental corners. COMPLETE AyiTH: BEDDING _
Inspectors[ : Mrs. Hollis Ray I "
: GUARD RAIL AND LADDER
Mrs. Ruby L. Sikes .

OPEN ONE NIGHT, ONLY Mrs.Mrs. Edith Margaret C. Jones Boise I: $1288 SSe DOWN a
---' Mrs. Melrose Sikes I $9788 $1.88 DOWN :
Mrs. Winnie Rowe :
: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19 7:00 P.M."DEVIL'S 1. 3REONCT NO. TWELVE Polling I
.. Ai
Place: Kryceville School House. / "
.
.
-. I&ryceville, Honda ,
HAIRPIN"Cornell Clerk: Mrs. Mary Leona Meads .
Inspectors Mrs. Eva H. Stokes j I ..
I Mrs. Willa Mae Kast '_
.
WildeTECHNICOLOR Mrs. Louise Fouraker
I
BE IT Mrs.FURTHER Dorothy Surrency RESOLVED that

26 ''Minutes -of Road-Runner Cartoons "* I :lerks the names of election of such shall inspectors be published and j,I of Fernandina Ii

:nee in a newspaper published in Nassau .
County, Florida, to Hit: Fernan- j
"MARACAIBO"A I :dina Beach News-Leader at least 15 ,
lays. before the election day. ;, j
i John T. Weisner. Superintendent S. 8th STREET :
Board of Public Instruction : FOR AN EVENINGApPOINTMEI'T I PHONE.261-43S3 1 ,

...,. Cornell Wilde Nassau County, Honda I ,


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Four News. ead Feruandiiia Beach Florida October 17 1963 aea.
1 !:e r, -- Thursday, i fz"1I
\ .- i Miss )Joyce HOdfls-Ti Wed Aaron wIS; Hibiscus I ; Gqra'en .

.
I # Five i Points' The elm I (] Kindig rns s I Club To Holg1 I rOctober
-
:, ;: t; : .. Mrs Flora )Hodges of Macden"nr National Guard Reserve, stationed
_
.Baptist Missionary Circle,.I .Meets. At announces the engagement: of in Texas and presently maintains I MeetingThe I
.. her daughter, Miss Joyce Hodges 'I an active Reserve status. '
" Society Meets Mrs. Price's HomeThs 4 g; ", <. : to Aaron Pryor Rawls, son of lie is employed as a technician October meeting of the
1 -= :10. : The Woman's Missionary So- Selma Kindig Circle of .. ., I Jy' Clinch Dr.ve.: Guard in lack onyille. October 21 at the borne of Mrs.R. .
ctet r'Qf the Five Points Baptist the First Baptist Church held its y :, ; N x : ;1 : .. Miss B. Loekwood on Atlantic Are.
Hodges graduated from
I Ckirch held its regular monthly I.i first meeting of the new year Macclenny High School in 1962 The wedding will be an event ,, Members are urged to attend.
business meeting at the church Monday in the home of Mrs. W. : i and : of Friday, October 25t in the
is
employed at\ Prudential
lal"Wednesday' night. I I I Pv.. Price. > Insurance Company in Jack&on- Garden City Church of God, Jacksonville ;:
t .
Mrs. Only Barber prt'li! id"nt: ,1 The meeting was opened with ville. i at eight. o' lod;. I I -:; : i '
devotion from the .. % '' .. 'V :.;.
first
a
chapter i M' 1SP
J the devotion yi. K' a. .X. :
pave "Growing I II i. Mr. Rawls .
: attended loyal N> invitations: are being sent ,
Through Prayer" with scripture I of Acts The opening prayer .. FerJ, ROBISONJEWELRY:
I schools, graduating from, I but all\ friend of the couple are ,I
included the list of missionaries
) verses being read by the mem nandina Beach High in 1957. He Invited to the ceremony and reception
bens pq the October Prayer Calendar. served four months in the AirSenior i \ to follow.0ernic ,
The officers introduced ,
new were Va CO
bars Curtis Bass the -- ---
opened : a fir::
I and approved as follows: ': Ar '
meeting with prayer. Mra. Sue Eller chairman; !Irs.i : I Citizens PlqnSeqson ( Lowe Circle 317 ATLANTIC AYE.
After a short business session
i Melvie Lotsoeich, co-chairman; BRINGS YOU'tIIwt
Mctence prayers ",erefard l ; ,I Mrs. Rose Tomlinson, secretary- ActivitiesFollowing Plans Protects
Mrs,. Clyde Brazelle gave the treasurer Mrs. Virginia: Peters, f .
; .
"Sing" To Raise Funds
wf :
closing prayer. I program chairman; Mrs. Bobbi .t.A: ; r .

':All ladies of the church are Rich, assistant program chairman b : The Senior Citizen's Club met The Bernice Lowe Circle of .,

urged to attend W.M.S. meetings I f ; Mrs. Ellie Acosta, devo .;y.rr y 4 .' t ,. z,. in regular sess'on Thursday evening I the Methodist W.SC.S. met
which are held every second and tional chairman. I October 10, at the Recreation t, Wednesday morning in the home

third Wednesday of'each month.I I Mrs. W. R. Price, mission I II WINDUP OF THE' WOMAN'S CLUB show last week, "T h a Good Ship Zia yB," (and I Center lounge. The members en : of Mra. T..W. Oliver

I t ,Members. attending the meeting study; Mrs. Nell Lathrop, community II I maybe it was just- as well) was the show- -stepping dance of (the above tempting, tantalizing ,I gaged in a period of singing I Preceding the meeting, the ___ ,

I were Mrs. Barber, Mrs. Bra m'ssion. ; Mrs. Imogene (?) Hula lovelies, direct. from the islands Names of the performers ace with 'with Mrs. Ruby King at the hostess served delicious refresh F'- -j ,
I, zelle,' Mrs. Bass. Mrs. Johnny I' Smith, publicity chairman; Mrs.I held pending notification of ,the next of kin. : piano, after which the regular ments to the 13 members present.
Williams Mrs. Bill Parker, Mrs. I! Charles Grant social chairman; monthly business meeting was I Mrs. Hale Sheffield presided ? Rw '
[t IL .N. Thompson, Mrs. Kernie I and Mrs. Gail Lancaster, steward held, with Mrs. Adam Millsop 'during the business meeting in I II' : l,

Braddock, Mrs. Clark Still I ship chairman. Plans s. Ogilvie i I i Hosts I presiding. I' the absence of the circle chair .
I Members reminded
:Mrs. Leonard Lyons, Mrs. Richard were to re- Sprin.The g Points Plans for club activities for man. 0
Middleton, Mrs. Harold member Mrs. Satterwhite, the e Baptist the coming season were discussed : Mrs. R., W. Galphin presentedthe

Holds, Mrs. Ronnie Hyers, ReV-I shut-in for October. engagement of, Miss Joy ay School. including short trips to pointsof Spiritual Life program, us1 _--,, ,a i
deeded :
It : that the circle {
I Clavton Easterlmc, Mrs. N was Lynette McKendree, daughter 'of interest, classes, in hand-craft, 1 ing as her topic "Thank God for .,,
I Ogilvie, Mrs. Pauline Gaines, would sponsor Mrs. Wilson'sGirl's Mr. and Mrs. Leonard: A. Mc .. r; Homemakers Sunday I lectures and colored slide projections Life." The Missionary Education :' ,, r .
Mrs. J. W keen Mrs. George i. Auxiliary Group this year I Class of the Five Point: dealing with events: and was presented by Mrs. T W.
I Kendree E.' Right is I .,
and the possibility of the Circle to Jerry W _
Oliver
Smith and Mrs. Carlos Carter. Church held its October geography Mrs. L S. Grant, on "Fourth World Conference onkti!
sponsoring a child at the Baptist announced this, week by her pa;- and Order". u '
I Tuesday evening in the vice president and program on Faith s+
I Home for Children was d'scussed.I ents. Mr. Kight is the son of Mr. of. Mrs. Annette Ogilvie. :i chairman, announced that the : Mrs.. Oliver ,also described the ."
Women >
of Church and Mrs. Elroy Kight\ also of r< :
reminded { : !
I Members were to I : S,;, Ogilvie began the devo next meeting would be devoted I! church center at the United Nations. .. -
,. |
Attend Annual I I Start now saving for their Lottie I this The city. bride ct graduated !I ,,, with. a_ reading: from I Cor ''I to a Hallowe'en party. i I 1. .,t .
Moon Offering coming up soon. I
\ Meet from Fernandina Beach High Fy., vC Sroryi I After the business session refreshments Mrs. J. R. Hutchins gave are-I;j
In GainesvilleThe I All members were strongly urged I ..
: port on the church kitchen and
; !
y
Kathleen Drake served
president were by Mrs.
to attend WMU General Meetings I School in June and .is presently I'I'I
: Mrs. Oliver and Mrs. A. G. Me-
I business H. S. Luke and Mrs. D. G.
EGth Annual Meetin I attending Michael Angelo's Hair over a short By-
? of to represent the circle and ; .
for the election of offic : thewood, assisted by Mrs. R. F. ; Arthur. will serve on this committee
the Women of the Church Styling Academy in Jacksonville.
Presbytery to gat>: important information of 7V 8 '!
the month.
1 of Suwannee Synod of its.. work. I Mr.. Kight was also a member t.a The following officers were I Roberts The remainder of the for coming '
d i made of the
Announcement eras
Florida held of the 1963 class at FBHS. He ; : Mrs. Sara Smith, presi evening was devoted to table ;
was October 1445at : Mrs. Darwin Smith and Miss ,. : t!
,. W.S.C.S. meeting to be held on
Airs Annette Ogilvie, vice games. |
the First Presbyterian Church Lucille was ,enrolled at Chipola Junior .tgym. ; ,
Sawyer appointed '
were of the
October 28th. The
I in Gainesville I I College and will resume studies 'j ., ; Mrs. Faye Bass, flow : The next meeting w.ll: be held topic
co-chairmen of the ] formed ,
newly will be "Shall Un
: .. Mrs. Elouise Drid- program we
(1
October
}: ; Thursday, 24.
: there next semester.
Attending from Fernandina year book committee. It was announced :'Y : ite." Jlllecium w
A spring wedding is planned. YGXV.Y : : secretary; and Mrs. Kathleen I
Beach.were, Mrs. Evert Elvin, that Mrs. Jake Motta- I reporter. Mrs. Gay Pratt was welcomedinto
Mrs. Philip Jackson, Mrs. W. A. yaw would be WMU President I Mrs. Jake oft avow the circle as a new member.
leaders : Mrs. Lil SYRACUSEMatching
were
: Davis,. Mrs. Florence Millsop, for The this closing year. prayer was given. Miss Freeman To Freemen, Mrs. Gloria Guest, Guest Speaker AtCatholic Thirty the two month.visits were reportedfor

t .: Mrs. J. M. Ground, Mrs. Wm. H. by Mrs. Paul Lotspeich. Pearl Hull, and Mrs. Kath I Guild Members voted to sell candy as guaranteedat

Seibert Mrs. George Geiger Drake. a money making project, and to least 20 years
Mrs. E. N. Roberts and Mrs. A.i'E. Smorgasbord Tickets i Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Max Ogilvie served refresh- Mrs. Jake Mottayaw was the have an auction at the November .
Taplin. well Freeman of ,this\ city announce St. guest speaker at' the October meeting. Delicately fluted
Now Available the engagement and ap attending were Mrs. Car meeting of St. Michael's Catholic The circle will meet in the home and swuledPrecious

Theme"Christian for the 1963 session : proaching marriage of'their Holds I n { Reynolds and Mrs. Mary Guild held recently in the parish of Mrs. E. P. Wilson in Novem. diamond-blue
: was
Worship. Inter Tickets are now available for daughter, Jluby Juliette Freeman, Keen. hall. ber. whiteness
esting and informative sessions the St. Peter's Classes .
Episcopal Church to Donald Adrian Weeks, son of
were held including Circle Bible I smorgasbord to be held November Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Weeks of Mrs. Mottayaw gave an informative II I I- Breath-takingly thin

Study "The PsalmS by Xlrs.Oswald "I '1G. New London, Connecticut. St. Micha ., Johnson Of talk on the Baptist de ii i Ii and translucent

Delgado wife of the I See or contact ?Mrs. S. B. Stew Miss Freeman is a native of weekly I e Points Honored nomination.Miss i ASKINS Enduring, gem-hard
: Winter Park minister. art Wednesday at Helen Griffin president,
vitrified china
and
this city a graduate of Fr--
- --_. nandina Beach High School in parish house I Stork :Shower conducted the business meeting, Beautiful Silhouette, inspired, by
'. LAUNDROMAT
which for the
during forthcoming
plans
Iff lit the Class of 1958 She attended This session I priceless antique china, with simplified
Jeanette Johnson Christmas Bazaar
W. '' December. was were
It
in
Western Carolina College I attuned
r r y 1 I discussed. I baroque design to
with Stork Shower
r 1, ments a i '
North Carolina I' I FREE COFFEE
1 evening at the home of | Following the meeting, refresh- modern taste. Truly a perfect
j Mr. Week? is native. of Nw Each
., ,, ;, York State and attended schools five minutes. I Vernon N. Drake in Five ments were served by the memI For Our Customers_ wedding of traditional and
,,. bers of the Immaculate Heart contemporary.
.f in New York and Connecticut. .
are always ,I I.
i 1 '' I He has served with the U. S. -hostess with Mrs. Drake Circle. I Mrs. Kathryn AbetsAttendant Fite-piece place settings:

.: .. I' !,II' ) : Army and is presently employed Mrs. Mrs. David: Hull. I. I 12.95 tolS.95Available
: j wtthe Federal Aviation! Agent I Hazel Roberson Mrs. Shop the newspaper ads be- 515 South Street
I' ,, buy keep the Eighth
you sav I
I cy"in Miami Fo( Pres Y ) Johnson, Mrs. Pearl : On Budget Terms

I FESTIVAL f i The wedding is to be an event and Mrs1. Janice Hickox ings. .
-- -
Ef Circle ---- -
__ ''of Wednesday, October 23, at six prizes in the bingo game. I n _

i o'clock in St. Michael's Church.sent The Evening honoree was presented .h.W._..... .. .... .w.y_ ; ........ ...
( No invitations are being .v "'=" :
AlF PRICE SALE First ; many lovely and useful gifts .rr: 1
I jl; 'but all friends and relatives of t tI AT
in bassinet decorated
a
w i its October
f' __ New Shipment* Just Arrived The I I the couple are invited, to attend. the first of f_': = :

Best of, Famous Brands At Half I I I year, at the consisting i of cake ITS ... ..1 Mather'sChekYourB
1 i( Mamie Mills Circle I bert Cenek, Cokes and nuts were _
.. .
_. .
.
: Price, or Full Cash< Refund.DONT Votes Donation To chairman. by the hostesses. .. ;-: --'- .. of Fernandina
attend: Mrs. Yon- 'n f for SI:e.C"omfort..TIME
9
i were in i g were: TOREPlACEIT. ?
., ; Workers Walker, Mrs: Bea Bla- 329 S. 8th St.
GUESS COME; SEE FOR Migrant 1 Mrs. Cenek
;, .. 1 Ii ing with I Mrs. Minshew, Mrs. Clark,
YOURSELF { The Mamie Mills Circle of the upon Mrs. I Jeanel Holton, Mrs. Margie '
1 '"':"' -. ( W o an's Soc.ie.ty, pf Christian Bible lesson. i' Mrs. Cherry Roberson, I y '

Service Memorial Methodist Ida Mae Walker, Miss Sus- kk % .
;\ ': $59.93; 100% cashmere skirt and I ? ed the group I y ;L'
1.I sweater ssts
_. Church met on October 14 with I discussion and Miss Mildred
in the latent styles by the nations most fam Mrs. D. A. Partin.: The hostess tion 4' ;
to the ,
I :. ous cashmere house, for only I '"served refreshments to the twelve\ which covers I I M r ,y.. ,:,, ..4 p.W. '

=-0 29.95 Each l le rj members present. 'I Mrs. James ri4'r! S. Ward, ,,,
I I Mrs. H. D. Cook presided in .. x,
the absence of the chairman, the Emphasis : I e Class I Holds' kah ;; ,. ,,.
"
.A
which is r
,
j i :. $5 .9;) 100 0 wool suits by same manufacturer u\\ Mrs. J. "'. Hiers. 'I' i
i .. 1n:1: piece suits for. v/* i Mrs. \Y. H. Russell, \ used a She made he; t ob e r Meeting
\ .... ; ing by prese.tlt ,. .
I
$27.95 story and poem on "Faith" by posters I Edna S. Ward Bible Class .. .., .

t. \1''- tfj I Grace Life meditation.MerrilJ\, fpr She the also Spiritual urged i iI drens'' homes (he., Memorial ;''')letbodist, I I q < YAL .d yhJ
\ I' :
I District the held its regular',monthly
Ii
$11.95; Famous brand California pumps all members to attend the Call :

Sizes 5 to 10 AAA to U widths fl to Prayer and Self Denial program i soon Citizens to in be c(> t ing. :R.Tuesday B. Lockwood evening was; hos- I N i

For $8.95 !; ; to be held on Friday, October -I !, v% '
churches which for the occasion.
the .
25 9:30 to 11:30 at
: i : Church. ":ganize} within president, Mrs. S. L. Tarl-\ NS h4 ;
l: opened the meeting. A de
Mrs. Loren
I $9,9S Famous brand Genuine Loafer Hoes Mrs. R. E. Phinney selected called "Putting Faith to ,,
shine $ y
Black or brown Sizes 510. Comparable articles from The Methodist Woman Mrs. f. r ,
by
(fj ed cards to was presented r.
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to $10 and $1 2 loafers emyay including concerning a "Baby Fold"sponsored I'church who Dixon. ..

style and quality !, by missionaries in .members sign I for the new year were y f x
'Rhodesia, and the 75th AnniverII III Mrs. S. L. .
: :: follows:
as i
1 'r $3.98 f r sary of the General Conference Mrs. Evert I president; Mrs. M. D. r 6 .. s ri ,>'.

t. t where Deaco p ess' were first re I the Women of f vice president; Mrs. M. I ;. #...,. .
.: 6 $10.00 Famous brand wool dresses for cognized. i visitor. She secretary; Mrs. J. J. .
: $19.95' Circle members reported Church I n, treasurer; Mrs. L. 0. II y
ing a total of 32 visits in mak-I 'J corresponding secre- I I '' '''h14'' ,y i .
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.I terest of the and publicity chairman; and ; ;
:- .. Large assortments Famous brands and imported : It was announced that e I II ing Circle, has 'I : Mrs. G. T. Butler, I II tr: '; .
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Linen cloths
( woolen sweaters $10 to $30 values I W..SC.S., general mooting would I I T. W. Oliver; Miss Robbie Ii i '
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be on October 28 at 3.30 with I tables have teacher. ,
.. a wide assortment of colors and combinations Thompson, substitute
Mrs. J. W, Hiers in Charge pf the are now ready I circle also voted to spon QUEEN SIZE MATTRESS
program, "Shall We Unite". mittee was i the children's chair. Of course, you need more than
r r $5.98 to $15.95 Each The circle 1QW0 pack a bQx the needs of auction to be held in Nov Regular $139.93 crib-sized sleeping space! But,

': for migrant workers; and asked age in the way was announced. The meet LIMITED TIME ONLY if you are sharing a standard

f f $ Indies long sleeve Mink and wool globes for ;; asked each member; ; to bring ,t port at a later was then concluded' with the $12788Mattress size ((54 inch wide) double bed,

; f least one item to> the' next meet I f I An benediction. 60x80- you're NOT getting it. Your

1.1 ing. Suggestions fogirls were 1 lowed '& Ii u 12 attended. and Box "half" is only! 27 inches wide,
$1.98 dolls sewing kits, and dr sses. i| of World SpripqAVAILABLE .: exactly the same as baby's crib.

Boys could use dungarees, sport 1 1I i November 1. rt Honors IN OUR FAMOUS CUSTOM{ : For real sleeping comfort, take
= I shirts and s$ Girls Famous br\\"d\ Majpvl L (tig c s, (Ih e fcst I i nations need not be limited to mittee on u I ee Pick tt BER. a look at our wide assortment
:: seamless: aborted cods Sizes 4-6; i-1Q: ; > the suggestions made. observance, ; of king and queen size bedding!

:: 12-14. Perfectly proportioned(; tights, with the 1! The circle\ will meet in Noyem- nouncements t 1 1st Birthday f t. ,,;;.

Morpul Quality guarantee. ber with Mrs. T. E. Digby. I early date. I '. KING SIZE
Miss Paulette Picket
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= $1.98 call for an : MATTRESS
her first birthday I
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M jf Mrs.. H. J. Bailey To medication terspersed in I( afternooq at a party I ((78"x80")

2 Girls; $:15.93 Famous brand wool coats 'with Host Woman's Club( ,Mrs. Oliver) J' by her mother Sirs Ver + ? ,

+ ..... detachable fur collars( gad zip out linings ii i i Membership I Coffee I\yig of the day 1! Pickett Nth St.at their home on "' .' With I 2 Matching Box 1!

} = fSizes: : 7-U .cpr. t I can be I! '! the afternoon the little -_, .k Springs

i = $18.95 each I The Membership Committee of: ually.material Soft way enjoyed ice cream fruit i W Regular $199.95
the Fernandina Beach Woman'sClub I and birthday cake attrac
LIMITED\ TIME ONLY
be i
heard
1 !: will hold an Orientation: ; decorated in pink rosebuds

,.... H! FASHION DEPARTMENT iM Coffee from 10:00 to 12:00 October been This is another I topned with pink ballerinas. $17888.
R 24 at the home of Mrs. H. the affair with the .
t Circle. I
: 1 J. Bailey\ on North 15th Street I I', |; r ee were Bennie Groff,

,STORE : I' Each member of the Executive The meeting Campbell Cindy Wells, AVAILABLE IN OUR FAMOUS > .
: Board and each committee chairman the Mizpah. Crisp and Vance Pickett CUSTOM BUILT INNER
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ATLANTIC AVENUE \f. I will explain briefly the projects At the present were Mrs. DeW a7J1e B Malone SPRING ORr? FOAM R U B BER. .
she anticipates for the coming lowed, the Mrs. J. C. Campbell, Mrs. y '
Ie I. year. (|'HAU cious pumpkin Groff Mrs. Elaine Wells\ ..

: 1{ wyMoA prospective_ member Fa.ll I1QtJJ was : Dorothy Jean Picket. ,.. and. FOR AN EVENING APPOINTMENT TIME 61-4383 .

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SunshineGirls :'l\i rtin Ltcr/ ''' Thursday, October I9ar( a

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,:And Candy Sale_ At Rec, Center With AH A Female's Prerog ''ives. i

; '1 I The Pythian! Sister of TempleNo. On Sunday afternoon, October i

7 will sponsor a cake and 27, at 3:30 p.m., the Prince of BY LINDA CRAFT
F candy sale at 9:00 Saturday, Oc Peace Lutheran Church will sponsor ,
tober 19, in downtown Fernan ',I the showing of the full-length'' "Frances" is not a talking mule.
dina Beach. film, "Martin Luther" at the She only looked like one to Mrs. :
r The Sunshine Girls, a junior auditorium in the Recreation: Hoyt Lofton when she first saw i
branch of the organization, will Center. The public is invited to I her alone in the rain with no hair .F
N C help sell. this program. and a mule-like swayed back.It f r 1 3i'S
MoneraiSt'd for this sale will This movie played in many of t all started when a little girl
.J bo for the use of the Sunshine j the theaters throughoat the land found '.Frances" wandering in the j ,

Girls. and won an Academy Award for middle of Atlantic Avenue, sick:
The public is cordially invited. crcen adaptation. The film is i and wet. She brought the little f t

being shown on Reformation Sun puppy to the fire station and after '
I. cllis' Entertain day, the day when Protestantism I' a lot of doctoring with sulfur
was born. I and f.sh grease "Frances" got
Visitors At Dinner i There will be no charge of ad well. After a time, she looked 1.kea
mission to this showing. dog.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ellis were ;
But, as Mrs. Lofton or any
hosts at a buffet dinner Satur
I other dog loyer will tell you, it
day evening at their riverfront
SforClub/ takes a lot more than fish grease .
home in Nassauville, honoring .'
I and sulfur to turn frightened, f v
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I their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph .' ,t
sick into faithful '>: '
a loving "
puppy : ,. "
Maule of Miami. ,, ,, ,
and Mrs. Marvin Conner tr
Mr \. -II. "
I 'dI i Mr.I I j companion. \ .... t._ > .
I t j Dinner guests included of Brownsville, Texas are receiv- ," "' t'r.. ..1.i,
lJ.t After nine years of caring and
and Mrs. Roy Kuhnf, Mr. and i "
FIRE TOOK ITS 2nd HEAVY TOLL here within a week when the D. A, Cook Seafood Mrs. R. L. Tlonk, Dir and Mrs. I of ing a congratulations daughter, Mellena on Elizabeth the birth,I loving, "Frances" became a one FRANCES" FULL-TIM; DOG, PART-TIJIE FIREMAN I
J. E. Ellis, and Mrs. Striker of woman dog. To others she is tolerant Frances' nine years at the Fernandina Beach!
I building on South Front St. was destroyed early last Sunday morning Fanned by strong on October 10 at Mercy Hospital !
Jacksonville, and Mrs. Lola Husband I congenial, or ferocious, de. Fire Station have made her oblivious if not immune (to
,
(I Northeast winds, the fire had engulfed the structure when the City Fire Dept. answered in Brownsville. The little lady !I whether
on are a '
the call at 1:35 a.m. Tup engines and a full complement of city firemen and *ol- of Valdosta, Ga. weighed 7 Ibs. 12 ozs. and will child pending, Mrs. Lofton, a prowler you or the rules", like "keep off the grass" which apply to "other., I

unteers were in attendance and battled the blaze until about 7 a.m. Fire Chief Hoyt I be called "Beth." Mrs. Conner is "Yank" the fire station janitor. firemen. .

,, Lofton said cause of the fire had not been determined. The company's adjoining dock Dr. John Fisher the former Miss Mellana Hardee, "Sometimey" the janitor calls her,I
was not burned. To Speak HereOn daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will :because of her changey feminine I I station than out of it," says Mra. [,where ever she is. .
Hardee of Brownsville. Paternal "
Love temperament.Home Lofton, "She was raised here. As fearless as she i is tipsy, :
Project "Hope" grandparents are Mr. and to Frances" is the Fer- I The same dog who. waits quietly "Frances1 once had the habit. of I
Supper Meeting Edna Davis Circle October MeetingOf Mrs. F. R. Conner of this city. |' nandina Beach Fire Station, for morning, noon and night for leading the fire engines out of the

Tonight At 6 Meets At Home of Of BroWn Dr. John J. Fisher will be Recent arrivals at Humphreys she 'has spent more time in the ,I her mistress at the foot of the fire station when they were called. to
\ guest speaker at. the November Memorial Hospital:
I I station steps is not so quiet when a fire. Mrs. Lofton says that jfee
For Little WomenThe Mrs. ThompsonThe Church CircleMrs. I 6 meeting of the Woman's Club i A daughter, Suzanne Eliza I faced by an intruder. In fact, because isn't so bad about it since one. ,ran
I and' will talk on "Volunteer Duty beth, born October 4 to Charles I "Frances pitched such' a fit,"'i I over her tail.
Executive Board: of the Edna Davis Circle of the G. M. Hitchcock and MissLyn Aboard the S. S. Hope." and Frances Grant of 103 South I Robison Jewelry the Lofton kids rarely managedto This petite part Spitz, part (1)( )

Little Women met Monday evening Memorial Methodist Church met Hitchcock were hostesses at A tea at 3 p.m. will precedethe 15th St. Adds Silhouette slip in late unnoticed.As I cowers at only one thing. a
in the home of President Monday at the home of Mrs. J. the 'Octqber meeting of the Annie program and business meeting !
A son, James Daniel, born October ,' long as "Frances" is around, scolding from her beloved mistress. \ -
Margie Brewton. Plans for the I D. Thompson on Atlantic Ave. Brown Circle. 5 to James and Naomi I To China Line I Mrs. Lofton is never really alone j .

year: were made, and the programs I nue. Refreshments were ,served. Miss Hitchcock gave a mission. Hughes of 221 South 6th St. -
were outlined. Mrs. Thompson called the meet. ary ducation program which discussed Glenn A. HollandAboard 'I Robison Jewelry Co. announces I '
A son, Richard Chambers, the addition of Silhouette, china
The first meeting, to be held the United Nations and
ing to order in the absence of
born October 6 K. C. and
to : by Syracuse with matchings -
USS Wrangell : guaranteed
today at 600 at the Woman'sClub the Ecumenical Council. I
p.m. the group's regular chairman,
n Kathryn Haddock, 414 S. 6th St.I at least 20 years, to their
Building, will be a covered Mrs. W. W. Stewart, Jr. Mrs. Richard Crumpler, spirit ; BUY YOUR .
dish supper. Sophomores will : ual life chairman, told a story USS WRANGELL (FHTNC) : A son, Kelly Dean, born October : present fine line of china.
bring meat; juniors, vegetables,I The devotion, "High Calling, I about John Wesley called "A Glenn A. Holland, boatswain's I 7 to Louis and Shirley La.!i In a perfect wedding of traditional
and salads; and seniors, desserts. I was given by Mrs. T. W. Brown. Rock in Deep Water," mate second class, USN, son of; bigang, Clinch Drive. and contemporary, Silhouetteis .
The program will be a speechon Mrs. R. B. Lockwood gave the I All members were reminded of Mrs. Edith E. More of Yulee, is I| A son, Kenneth Edward, born delicately fluted and swirled ina '
"Better Understanding the missionary education program. the W.S.C.S. meeting and the serving aboard the ammunition : October 7 to Stanley and Dorothy diamond blue whiteness. Breath- SIEGLER HEATERLOCAUY
Younger Generation", by Mrs. Mrs. Lockwood is a missionary to Week of Prayer and Self Denial ship USS Wrangell, operatingout I Townsend, Amelia Rd. takingly thin and translucent, it
the Blackfeet Indians of Mon of Norfolk, Va. I is vitrified
Rex Dudley. coming soon. an enduring gem-haid I I
up A daughter, Beverly Ann, born
Officers for the coming year tana.The The meeting was concludedwith October 9 to Walter and Dor- china.
guest speaker was Mrs. circle benediction. Place setting prices may be I *
are as follows: Margie Brewton, a othy Jones, Yulee.A .
B. F. Dickens, president of Woman's
PersonalsMiss found in an ad elsewhere in this
president; Mary Cleland, 1st vice Society for Christian Ser daughter, Cammy Denise, issue. Adv.
president; Dawn Garcia, 2nd vice Cookout Honors born October {9 to Ray and Olivia

president; Judy Lasserre, 3rd vice.The Katherine Whitney, Mrs. Kay O'Rourke, 53G N. Fletcher
meeting time changed Eddie Justice
vice! president; Kathy Hardee, was : Get Our "TRADE-IN" Price
from 3:30: to 3:00.: Mrs. L. K. No W. A. Davis and Mrs. J. J. G. I Ave.A
recording secretary; and Carolyn. Ian will be the new chairman for Op 1 12th BirthdayA Cooper will leave Friday for St.i, son, Warren Clayton, born OYSTERSFRIED I \"
Sutton, corresponding: secretary.The Augustine where they will be October 10 to Lewis and Joan I
the Spiritual Life Program.Mrs. I i It's Just As Good Bitter :
Women
Little I or
are
I cookout Tuesday evening' guests of Mrs. F. W. Golden. Bean, 140 N. 15th St. I I .
snonsored by the Little Women T. W. Brown will be hos- honored Eddie Justice the .
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occasion Howes for several days.
,, Committee of the Fernandina tess for the November meeting. being his twelfth birth A daughter, Denese Lea, born I
I Beach .Woman's Club Committee Eight members were present. day. Hosts for the affair were Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth -, October 10 to Billie J. and Letha SURF
members Mrs. J. F. Rylant, Jorishie will regret to hear Fay Hinman of Kingsland.A II
are: his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. I HARDEE BROS.
daughter, Melissa Ann, born CO.
Chairman; Mrs. Exteen Corbett; Mrs. Kavouklis Justice, who were assisted by: they are leaving in the near future RESTAURANT
October 11 to John and
Jr. Mrs. to make their home in Shirley .
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Mrs. I. W. Hardee, ; and Mrs. George Miller. Jesup
W. M. Hogan.WSCS Hostess At Ga. Hancock of Garden City.A I Across From Ocean Pier I .
The guests gathered on the daughter, Carol Denise,
Atlantic AvenueS :.
Chapter Meeting Justice patio at 5:30: where they I Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Reynoldshave born October 12 to Jerome, Jr. I Private Dining Room For I "
I Meeting enjoyed games before the cook returned from a two-week i and Carolyn Arnold, 1324 South Parties, Clubs, Etc. : A
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At Parish Hall St. Gerard's Chapter of the out on the outdoor grill. Home. trip along the Eastern seaboard.'j! 14th St. ,
Women of St. Peter's Episcopal made ice cream was served later They visited points' of interest inj I --- ---------- -- - - --- --
with the delicious chocolate the Carolinas and Virginia _eee.ee'"eeele'"tee"e"e8
be en-
t The WSCS meeting will Churcjj mgt Monday at the home
hfld in thrVarish Hall of the pound cake iced in chocolate, em- route to Frederick, Md. where .
of Mrs. Mercury Kavouklis for e
bossed in a yellow birthday mo.
Memorial Methodist Church October they visited their son and daugh
I their 'regular monthly meeting tif.
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The topic will be "Shall We The October theme for study During the evening the hon- weekendin '
Unite!". was "Questions Children Ask." oree and his guests enjoyed dancing Reynolds. They spent a >
i I A short business meeting was on the patio to hi-fi music. Hagerstown Md. with Dr. and l Butter 49 e

Blankets too short? Relax. Just held and tickets for the smorgasbord Celebrating the occasion with I Mrs. D. M. Welty, their daugh-i : Creamery PoundLIMIT e
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I sew a strip of muslin to the end distributed Eddie and his parents were ter-in-law's parents, and later ,
i that is to be tucked in at the foot I hers. Beth, Stewart, Vicky Robas, Lin.1I' i ida visited Mr. Reynold's mother, \
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I ONE WITH f5.00 mop ORDER
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I' of the bed.Cooper's. I White, Betsy Philips 1 Syyjyia! (i
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Mrs. Arlottia Reynolds Spring-
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I r-'H -- -- ---- -- i I' Pendleton, Janice .
I, Refreshments were served by Gough, Carman Vann, Sherill ,dale, Penna. I| ..,

Mrs. Kavouklis and Mrs. Wil Thomas, Cindy Justice and Jane I Miss Hilda Franklin daughter .L LADY FAIR. :
:
'I laundry liam O'Leary. Philips. I of Mrs Velma Franklin, arrived 39 [
!' Approximately 12 members. at. Mike Douglas, Hugh Stone, I Tuesday from Miami for her
Coin-Operated tended.p'I Lovvell )Hall, Mike Jones, Robert wedding to Edward Wayne Walker : \ BISCUITS I I 6 For
1- Gray, Tommy Skipper, Clint on October 24 at Memorial I
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Laundry and Dry | CAIJI n OP THANKS Rich, Rhett Harding and Mark Methodist Church. She was accompanied '
I Haddock. i by Mrs. Harley Valero : LIMIT SIX WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER :
Cleaning '! Tedious hours' during my recent,l I- 'and daughter, Susie, who will be _
illposs and hospitalization! were i Circle One Meets guests of Mr. and Mrs. Erpest
Mrs. Doris Howard, brightened Jmmeasurably by the I Valero at Amelia City. '- -c= FARMER GRAY
Manager many acts of kindness by friends Jn OctoberWith : i ii
I and loved. ones' My')heartfelt# } Mrs. Mae E. Cook was joined 89c
14th & ]leech Streets '; thanks. '.: .;-.--:-_ -' .- : Mrs Williams I ,, ; Wednesday by her relatives in .
t the celebration of her 8Gth birth- B A CON
2 Ibs.
( Durhampriced '
( (signed)' Sonny ,-
r _. Circle .1 of 'the PresbyterianCJyjrchJieldJits ,: day Amqng those present were i !. 604 Atlantic Avenue :
: J October. .,meeting I her four brothers: I Tom Acosta, .
recently in the home of Mrs. J.I _. .
John Acosta, Willie Acosta, and ? I
W. Williams on 19th Street. II Ben Acosta, their wives and children OSAGE 29 oz. Can
j Produce
Mr. and Mrs. John Lamont, ; her four sisters: Mrs. Ruby : Specials .

L x I missionaries from the Congo, who t I t Haupman, Mrs. Kitty! Chalker, PEACHES 18 I *
I are now on furlough, will visit I Mrs. Minnie Ryder, and Mrs. S FANCY REDDELICIOUS Lb. :
; Fernandina Beach in November. Norma Whtet} LIMIT TWO WITH FOOD ORDER
!Plans for a get-to-gether were I I. APPLES lOcEach 1 ,, f g
Discussed. I Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Burgess, ROYAL. T
Each 9
I A Presbytarie meeting was held ,Mr.\ ; and Mrs. John T. Ferreira
I Tuesday in Gainesville. The following -j I and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Fishier I t FRESH, GREENCUCUMBERS
ifIir \ members attended: Mrs.I( were in Hollywood, October 67.8, ELL 0 5't

i W. A. Davis, Mrs. J, M. Ground, 1 for the annual convention of the 3c
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jD9Sr I Mrs.. Florence Millsop, Mrs. J. W. I Florida Saving p.1A, n League. _LIMIT THREE WITH FOOD ORDER ,.
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I Williams] Mrs. Phillip Jackson,I II i I lira. Fishier remained for a visit FRESH, FANCYGRAPEFRUIT Each3c -- h '-- -I
I and Mrs. W. H. Seibert. Mrs. Ev- : and also attended the Mid-Year BANQUET 3 For f

:|erett Elvin, president of the Women : Banquet of the Florida League :

I.| of the Church, also accom- of Municipalities with Mr. and Frozen Dinners $100 : .

, / C panied the group. I Mrs. Gordon T. Butler. Mr. But i' KILN DRIED 3 Ibs. .
| The circle members discussedthe ler, executive secretary of the i TURKEY CHICKEN BEEF HAM I ,
: for state's homes for children Florida League of Municipalities, SWEET POTATOES 25c
; savings and aged. was signally honored at the banquet -I : GIANT' :
Mrs. Millsop moderated a discussion While in Miami, Mrs. Fish .
and fit on the study of the ier was a guest of Mayor and : -
/ proper j, Psalms. Mrs. }Melvjn J. Richard. Mayor: FRYERS |lb. 23cITIDE I 5 8

r.1,1 Mrs. Paul Delevan will host Richard is the brother of Mrs.Fishler's LIMIT THREE WITH $5.00 FOOD ( I
Your children the November meeting. sister's husband. (
put jh$ right ((09! forworjl

/ (; when they wear our well fitted shoes Home DemonstrationClub Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Bounds : : GREEN GIANT 17 oz. Can __ LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER : :
spent the weekend in Gainesvilleas
,t ( for growing feet The latest in fashion, Meets In the guests of Mr. and Mrs.B. : PEAS 9c BLUE RIBBON "e

they trend lightly on your budget! Regular Session J. Bounds. I LIMIT TWO WITH $;;.00 FOOD ORDER :'
.j tIre and Mrs. L. E. Jones and : STEAKSIRLOIN Pound :

iik $3.50 to $6.99PARTIN'S Jhe Fernandina Beach Home Mr. and Mrs. Lin Haddock left; : DEL MONTE 14 oz. Bot. ,
Demonstration Club held its October Saturday to spend a week with 'tt
meeting recently in the I the former's son-in-law and: ie CATSUP 9c e
lounge of the Recreation Center daughter, Lt. and Mrs. Harry

tyrs. Carl Quattleb4um, presi I Hewitt, in Midwest City, Okla:1 I I. LIMIT ONE \\lltt $5.00 FOOD ORDERMAXWELL :
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dent, opened the meeting with a : homa where Lt. Hewitt is sta RIB =
tioned at Tinker Air Force Base. (
devption. HOUSECOFFEE lb.
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After a !
I I Miss Mama Townsend was T BON E
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to County Home Demonstration in Statesboro last weekendto

Agent planning Mrs.for the Harrison.year was Program dis R. visit E. Townsend.Mrs. her parents. Mr. and Mrs:!i : LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER__ LIMIT Each :

cussed. .Ie BREAKFAST CUPCOFFEE Ib. Bag .
Xfrs. A W. Panke served cookies Gilbert Grey the formej, FRESH Ib
and Cokes. Dorothy Delcavan, and her has: : e
band, will arrive November 7 to; ORDER29c
Established 1S78 Boston Butts 39
I Of Florida's 67 counties, C3 begin a month long visit wit : LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD :
: 313 Atlantic Ave. are considered pulpwood produc- her mother, Mrs. Paul T. Delea-

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News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, October 17, 19C3.. Page*Seven
JUNIOR HIGH GRIDDERS OPEN SEASON TONIGHT I II I


q 0b Sports Slants Lannon Is WinnerOf I KACBowling


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( Ask BY CURT I :
GORDON
., BV II. B. ELLIS JR.
afie'b Week of 10.10.63 .
The Fernandina Beach Pirates look in the twelfth grade to see Golf Title Team Standings W L Pins t
.. played a whale of a ball game if: they can make the grade at City N o. 2 5 12931N'o. I
d during the second half of play FSU. It will pay any of you boys 3 5 1 24iN'o.
w against the Madison Red Devils, wishing for a football scholar- -I 2 .J 28U
but they started their game too : ship to get on the ball as far as I In the finals of the Club Championship No. 1 0 6 1381
late as Madison held a 19-0 lead'' your studies are concerned. Tournament of the Fer-| High Team 3-Gamt's ..
at the end of the first half. We nandina Beach Golf Association; No.2 1537
will go out on a limb and say if : The Fernandina Beach "B" No. 3 1608
on Sunday afternoon Tom Lan-i
the Pirates all of their! their second of
play team won game No. .a 1436
non emerged as victor in the :
games like they did the second: the season here Tuesday night with Ind.
championship flight a win ;: High 3.Games -
half of the Madison when they defeated Green Cove
s %t they
xq' 'kHP .R r Mw Se. w4 Ir', .M tAtk; i "' game over Leighton Shave. L. Flint 5 Oc.
will win the remaining games on Springs, 127. It appears that we I Hodge ii
Lannon who also the title
won <
their schedule. Iok j might have some fine talent
in 1961 and was in!, R. lIadden 53IS
JUNIOR HIGH PIRATES BEGIN SEASON against Green Cove Springs ,here tonightand & ok | coming. up for the Pirates next 1962, gained the finals runnerup with vic-i i i high, Turn Game '

have high hopes for a winning season. Tonight's game against Green Cove may be Ray Rowe played his best : season. x tories over Ray Caldwell, Sam : No. 2 $8'l
the kickoff for<.auie. )'ear. The players are pictured front, left to right:TedAdams, game of the season last week for i Our this Merrow and Bill Melton. j'; No. 4 541
Danny Walls, Paul 1 Schrantz, Mike Jones, Jimmy Peacock, Ben Dickens, Tony Vizcar- ; the Pirates. Ray carried the ball ; week comes only fishing from Porter's report Fish ua Shave gained the finals with' Xo. 3 i>>ln
rondo, Ronnie- ont thwell, Ricky Jones, JimSaunderson, Bruce Gregory and Steve Had.I I with power and determination\ Camp in Old Town where they victories over Glyn Waas, chain i i high, lad Game '. :
den. 2nd row,'-lefo right, John Thirsk, Steve Solomon, Joey Thrift, Phil Alday, each time he had a try. I j' report that Mr.,and Mrs. Al Hol- pion in 1962 Joe Scarborough | J. Lynn I..,. 206
Ricky Oliver, 'Tejiy Rowe, Charles Holton, David "Cheela" Howard, Mark i Bean, Mason [ : ton and C. H. Hollingsworth of and Y. E. Hall. i L. Flint 201

Bean and l& Key. 3rd row, left to right, Wayne Uffleman, Billy Taylor, Mike t Macclenny Fernandina Wildcats will entertain'the here Friday ,, Kingsland Georgia brought in Others who will receive tro-; A.Same Smith TI ,G AS'.

Douglas, Denny Robinson, Lee Godwin, Robert Johnson, Tom Northey, Tommy Lehman night and one of our out-of-town !! 55 pounds of trout; Also F. W phies from the Golf Association II I Xo. 1
Leroy Durjni Pat Leary and Wesley Douglas. 4th row, left to right, Ronnie i readers called us this week to be Murray and F. W. Murray Jr. S'a are: lB. Joyce 481a IG1
Middleton, manager, David Rodeffer, Danny Rowe, Frank Littles, Daniel Whatley, : sure to recognize him at the ''caught 12 large bass and 15 First flight Fred Osteen I \'. Shepard 4t8 +6 10
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Fred Adams, dike Sapp, Sherald "Hooten)'" Watkins, James Ennis, Stewart Pikula game Friday night, being a1; trout. winner; Jack Vann, runnerup. I,J. Taylor 403 ':! 1:>>
Marian Crosby, Reed Rucker,. Mike Fl 'nnery John Sheppard, Sandy DeSandro, former resident of our town. Bill Second flight Archie Smith Xo.2
assistant coachi1 ohn Piechocinski, head coach. Hancock 190 pound Wildcat lineman i| Last weekend was a "PoliticalWeekend" > winner Chuck Howard runnerup. : lh Ellis 4ti21f'I
will be wearing jersey uum-! at Florida State Uni Third Flight Steve Spence i C. Hodge 1. 6 1113J.
ber 41 Friday night and he hopesto versity with the FSU-Wake Forest WINNER AND RUNNERUP in 'winner; H. E. Williams, runnerup. Lynn 507 3 160No.
play such ,an outstanding i, football game being the at- the club championship tourneyof : I 3'I
game that Fernandina will know' traction. Some of the local peo the Fernandina Beach Golf I Fourth Flight Bob Ramsey I B. Doland, 8tO 6 148I
'c who he is without looking at the ple on hand for the game were association are Tom Lannon winner; Walter Preston, runner-I L. Flint Hal 6 111
program. Bill is the son of Don I, Rep. Claude Wingate' Eddie Me-. right and Leighton Share re I up. C. Green 4K 3 185'J.
aid Hancock former Fernandina Kendree Jimmy Stewart and i spectively. I Fifth Flight! Ben Clarke Vinning 490 3 163
resident and athlete. Since Bill'is former resident Carl Gillen. We I I winner; Bill Royal runnerup. I So. 4
t just up from: the B squad wej I i ran into Jess Yarborough form.,' i Winners will receive their trophies -; F. Darling 360 3 116
from er Miami Senior Football Coach, I point and the score was, 12-7. 1&2R. !
will probably be hearing i at a special meeting in the A, Smith 913 6
a aK ay _him for a couple of more years. : Walt Dunbar, Television Sports' Harry Mills Chuck Howard near future. Hadden 1169 6 11)4C
I Director, Pat Hogan Publicity : and Granville Burgess carriedthe I Members of the tourney com- Lightsey 419 3 139
Director for FSU and Bill Pet- '' ball on the first drive for ,
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In our travels over the State ; a great
erson, FSU Coach. the touchdown and the same players of for their conduct of the
we still hear that Starke and : praise
Live Oak were kicked out of the I!I worked the ball across the competition are Cecil Loptien
i): :- Keystone Conference for "win Pirate181 Team goal for the second touchdown. '!chairman, Rudy York and Dan, If D.d'LAND'JL: HJL"MUtfUS
:: : ning too much". Maybe Starke Chuck Howard, Harry Mills f Daugherty.Next .
> has won too much but we can't!'j Danny Fullwood Jim Young, Jim Association activity will 1 .
J.., ), go along with Live Oak winningtoo j Wins 12-7 1 Over Purgeson, David Osteen, Tommy : be a club handicap championship
much for a reason to be vot- Parker Tom Tilman Ronnie tourney, dates to be announced
ed out of the Conference. We in a later issue of the News-
Bud Strick
Moore Steve Beville I I
Green Cove i
x be but Fernandinahas I Springs Leader. ,
could wrong land Wayne Rowland, Ronnie : 1 ,
defeated Live Oak as many David Johnson i
P.
I Oliver, >J. Allen
times as the Bulldogs have won The Fernandina B Team dorm! Granville Burgess Billy I I
over us and on an occasion or ed the Green Cove Springs B i} Boyette Bobby Johnson, Steve MORE SPORTS i '1'r x
two we defeated them when I team here Tuesday night, 12-7 Carver Frank Snyder, Frank i jLI
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i they were rated high in the I as Chuck Howard and Bill Miller Fiala and Bill Miller shared the I
State namely when we had Tom I scored the touchdowns for the winning duties for the ,team for ON PAGE 8 II :
my Shave and Harvey Lofton victory :[the night. I .r.
and they had Theron Mitchell.The Howard scored the first touch-I I I __ ___ I .
word though and 'I
spreads down when he went five )'ard3'or
will never end as the smaller papers the score, but Frank. Fiala I
I pick this type information failed to add the extra point and i ASKINS OYSTERS'On OrrX4.
from the large ones and it gives I II 10
Fernandina led, 6-0. II I
them to write about. "Ut't hurry up with that
something
I The second' score came in the I "
ft second period when Frank Fiala : LAUNDROMAT The Half Shell fur" coat.
Milton of West Florida has a
'+2o -) : -4 powerhouse in football this yearas I Miller tossed for a 17-yard the score.pass Harry to Mills Bill j FREE COFFEE SURFRESTAURANT
they are running up tremendous -
failed to make the extra point SALOON
THE JCMOtt; HIGH CHEERLEADERS will try for even better school spirit this year. scores over their opponents. ion an end run and ,the score ; For Our Customers i
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Backing the team ,as they ,meet Green Cove tonight will ,be, kneeling,.. Squad Captain They have defeated Port St. Joe I i I stood 12-0. LORIOA'S OLDEST ..{
i;1l)26uid 57-6 .-while.i ''defeating J\at J'nAbeJs.r: _... \ .4.Acrosd m Dc ..Pier AND MOST HISTORIC
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_: Cervera Ferrelra: ; front r w'left to rigKf.Tarm'en;: Vann/fcunriy Pull r Karen'Br&rand t 55-6 :, f-'Green Cove scored In"'tM'iinaiperiod Attendant' t
could
QUIncy, : I think they when ; I Private Dining Room For Carol Gough; back row, left to right Lottie Lathrop, Marsha Wood, Carolyn rated being loaded. a basketball pass
Breeden and Janis Parker. t'be as I was good for the touchdown. The i i 515 South Eighth Street Parties, Clubs, Etc. I
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I same play worked for the extra I }I7 ATLANTIC AVE
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High team will make its debut I ,
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FERNANDINA BEACH 4I ';i field Green when Cove, Springs they play here.against

f I SPECIAL BIG MATCH RACE I Ii

a "JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWN "'x information We might we pass picked along up a frpm little

I Coach Bill Peterson of Florida i

BEACHES" _ 'State stated University that in their last recruiting weekend.He .1 The One You've All Been Waiting For!

, ........ Directory Furnished By These Merchants and Business Men program they first look at a I
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George's FLORIDA'S Suburban j ninth grade, then take anotherflOWTHRUj i "MR. FORD MAN HIMSELF" PHIL BONNER .


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Open 8 a.m.r't to 5 p.m. PHOTO SHOP
Monday Thru r>, Saturday JETTIES Roll Processing
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BE WISE. Friday, Oct. 18 & Regular
: Weddings Fernandina Beach Wo
i/ii' 8:41: a.m. 2:30: a.m. Portraits by Appointment Only men's Golf Association held a
"Porcelainize"I t l 847 p.m. 2:59: p.m. Studios At 504 Ash St. ':I business meeting at the club
'house Tuesday morning. It was
:w Saturday, Oct. 19 Phone 261-4586
decided to start the Championship -
LASTS 3 OR'4 TIMES "
9:12: a.m. 3:04: a.m. tournament next Monday
LONGER ORDINARY 1Al Jon I a week in which to arrange and
Sunday, Oct. 20 UPHOLSTERY :> play each, match. If you do not
. LASSERRE MOTOR 9:44 a.m. 3:38: a.m. DO YOU NEED i i wish to play in the Championship
a:-: CO. 9:51: p.m. 4:14 p.m.Monday NEW COVERINGS OR REPAIR I[ tournament please contact Mrs.
TO YOURURNITl'RE ,I Wm. Sweat or Mrs. Curt Gordon
S. 8th St. IIi'' I)h. 261-3819 Ode 21 OR ]'II otherwise you will be included if
-= 10:17: a.m. 4:13: a.m. NEW SEAT COVERS you have a handicap and have October 27 1963
FOR YOURAUTO Sunday
dues for 1963-64.
K paid
.. 10:25: p.m. 4:53: p.m. your ,
FREE ESTIMATES i Sunday, October 20, the FB-
Going Fishing F' ? Tuesday, Oct. 22'e Pick Up and Deliver WGA is entertaining the Men's

\ .,.' ... 10:53: a.m. 4:48 a.m. a Golf Mixed Association.Two:.Ball,There Pinehurst will system be- All! Classes of Drag Racing Cars Will Run

Visit Us For 11:05: p.m. 5:36: p.m. Porter & Lovcquist with handicaps beginning

Complete Line Of Wednesday: Oct. 23 General Contractors .' at eleven o'clock, tee-off time $50 Top Dragster $50 Middle B/S Thru E/S 15.00 $25 Little Gas
Fishing Tackle SPECIALTIES continuing to one o'clock. Follow
fl Rods o Reels 11.51 11:36: a.m. 5:28: a.m. WOODWORKING ing the tournament the ladies are $50 Stock $50 Little F/S Thru I/S $15.00 SportsTrophies ..
R Outdoor Camping : p.m. 6:23p.m.: PLASTIC SURFACING I putting on a buffet supper. Each
I -* Equipment Thursday; Oct .i. CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS lady is asked to bring sandwich I/S Thru N/S $15.00
M... 't. KITCHEN AND BATH i ics, fried chicken deviled ,eggs
FIRES I I 0 N.E 6:16 a.m. REMODELINGComplete ; or a covered dish.
12:23: p.m. 7:17 p.m. Showroom All members of the FBWGA
BEACH SUPPLY. 7 "1'\des CoorteurCe For Color Coordination are invited to the new golf,course BUCCANEER DRAG STRle

112 Atlantic Are 261-44S2 >*st tc: Geodetic Survey Phone 261-3068 in St. Marys Ga., next Tuesday;, ,
October 22. We are all invited to "
Mrs Edison Casey's for luncheon. -
She has asked that you FERNANDINA BEACH FLORIDA M-

FUN I IN. THE SUN bring'and she will sandwich furnish for the yourseH salad ,

\:::] and beverage. Mrs. George Bar 30 Miles North of Jax., Fla. 5,380 Ft. Black Asphalt 200 Ft. Wide
AT FERNANDINA BEACH ker is entertaining us after goli
j at her home. NICK SMITH MANAGER
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FISHING BOATING SWIMMING The ladies voted at the meeting ."

,? to handle the concession' P. 0. Box 230 Fernandina Beach Florida Phone 261-5959 Area Code 305
GOLFING AND JUST PLAIN"LIVIN", I'stand and the registration for th ,

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with modern communication -i I plentiful, the jigging method is' BY H. B. ELLIS JR. I
between boat, there. is a I often very productive. A chum Ii IiI I Week of 9-9-63 I
tendency to broadcast the news I pot or an old onion sack filled Total

once a school of fish is sighted. I with chum will soon attract the ,; Team Standings W L Pins'! a

This friendly consideration for!' fish in sufficient quantities. The Morns & Payne Body Shop I i aR ;d'k
our fellow anglers deserves the 1 i chum pot or bag should be filled 13 7 13973 -

highest praise: and as it is a two- : with ground mossbunker, butter- No. 4 13 7 13929

way street, it usually means: bet- i fish or any oily trash fish. JIoss1 No. 6 9's 10% 14151Becker's I
ter fishing for all concerned.The 1 bunker is preferable for this sea- Drugs 9 11 13815 I t I g LICED @,1kCDNx

surface disturbance causedby : son. The fish oil, slowly flowing Hadden Lanes 8 12 13076 ,

the chaining motors of too i i from. the container with the cur- Beach Bar 7% 12Ms 11036 ,

many boats, however, often frightens | ent or tide, creates not only a High Team, 2-Games : Zr; -.T.Q EC
the baitfuh that the blues, slick on the surface, but also an ,I i No. 4 2903 ; < y
tuna or other fish may be feeding *. odorous stream that fish will fol. Morris and Payne 2343 .. Reg. 49

upon; and they seek deeper low right up to its source. Becker's Drugs 2824 FresherSliced UO S.',

water for protection. high lad. 3-Games I If S '- t .
Ont '"tiluefish are forced down, The sixth sense of fishes deals f'il. Tilman C22 SO irww r AGRLt4lTUREk TiAENT CF

you must change your method of ; with lovv-freqjency vibraton totally | J. Vinning 61G N !
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fishing;' This can be accomplished imperceptible to man. This' B. Grider 615 Quantity Rights Reserved a .
by deep trolling with a drailor sense is often referred to as A. Smith COg Prices Good Thru Ocotber 19th
planer, or by jiggling a metal : "sonar." That is incorrect, since High, Team Game -I.
WINN DIXIE STORES INC -+ COPYRIGHT- 1963 t\
lure over the area from a drifting i sonar is the ability of porpoises No. 4 1036 fl I

Boat:' and come other creatures in. Morris, and Payne 993

Jigging is done by moving the : eluding men using electronic instruments Becker's Drugs 971 MORTON CHICKEN BEEF, TURKEY

metal lure in an upanddownmanner. to judge the location High lad. Game

This can be performed I{ and distance of an underwater C. Hodge 251 Pot Pies 5 8-oz. 1. BACON 1
object by echo from it of sound Pies .
w.th: .a rod and reel or a hand- I H. Uffelman 238A. )
line. First, you should discoverat waves that they themselves pro- Smith 22S .rW.D :
f wIR .'
what depth the fish are feeding I duce. The thing' under discussion High Scratch Bowlers i I '" ,\
and then confine fishing i! i is totally different. 212542T.
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BROAD .
to this particular depth. Once I fish detect these v.brations by Tlman 187-541, BREASTED QUICK FROZ. y rI 1,:,

you have determined where the }\ special organs lying in the lat- I, Beckett 202-537 r -
fish are, then the line can be ''eral line along each side, which J. Yinning 191-532 TURKEYS c

marked for this level. There is a : often shows as a narrow streak, 6. Hode 230512D.

j wide range of sizes in metal i! usually black, but sometimes Anderson 183-510

jiggs, some for snappers and ; lighter than the rest. I U.S.D.A. .

mackerel weighing an ounceor I Some species, at least, feel GRADE
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so, and some, weighing on or ''these vibrations to an extent i Forest Service "A" >. .
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two pounds, that are used for that seems incredible: to us. There I

commercial fishing. If you desire is evidence that a shark will become I Aids Landowners i 10 to 22LB.AVG. rj t i
to catch the greater number of aware of a smaller fish

fish in a short period of time, that is hooked and being played, I I LB.

the lure you select should have but not even leaping, as much as !In DevelopmentsA

sufficient weight to sink rapidly, half a mile off, and streak thereto f.* .
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san Robert P., Ball Salt-Water get him, as easy prey. bold new market? -:---ii---- -."."- .--- .. _. -ii -. _- :rF -- d M.ffitbl.MWim'/

Fishing Editor of Sports Afield On some days, of course, fish Florida farmers, landowners, 50 Extra 4. tf*Green Staisps _
Magazine. When jigging, it seems
alarmed such vibra-
are more by well
and farmers
the fish will nearly always strike tree may very WITH THIS COUPON AND PAR,.+riASE OF
tions than others, Jason
on says have found it as mounting num-
the lure as it is being moved upward 1 !a Om 2.LB
Lucas, Angl ng Editor of Sports bers of tourists and residents PKG FROI JESSE JEWELL ;
and, of course, with a taut
Afield Magazine.It alike take to the Florida outdoors. i iI Chicken Thighs
line it i is easier: to hook your fuh. I
should hardly be Farm foresters of the Florida I
necessary i COOO THRU OCTOBER "
The nun who go offshore for I ie S A I9THM
to add that In fishing from shore Forest Service are asking land- t
a AT
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marlin have discov-
white oi''blue
or by wading one should avoid owners to consider the idea of d
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ered that it is advantageous to I I
causing vibrations that will travel prettying up select portions of
troll a deep line, as well as to I commercial
first from the ground and then their woodland for
baF{ the surface.
skip on Many 'through the water. Certain typesof I retreat onal use. !
times a'deep trolled line will ground, and tumbling water There are forests and there':, 1 7 ax' 1 t t i'FpstE

catch In more fish than one northern on top. in a stream, will make fish less I are forests. Some are we'l-man-! ; LR 1 1 ,, v Extra<"m" Green Stamps
voere
some areas
sensitive to the vibrations than aged, some are poorly managed,
weakfish and bluefish fairly WITH,.THIS COUPON, AND PURCHASE OF
are they'd be in other spots. And, the and some not managed at all. One I ,
shallower the water around your forest may be productive and .rcAfoErk. g Two PKGs FROZEN" .

boat, the more easily fish are profitable to the owner .- while! Land O1 Sunshine Thrifty Maid Rich's Choc. Eclairs .

spooked by vibrations. another may actually be a liability 1, -.. GOOD THRU OCTOBER I9THATANf

tr6 However, the safe thing to doj!j as the unproductive land gathers WINN-DIXIE

one that is absolutely certain I more taxes for the owner than : t 2 c
it does revenue. | BUTTER CATSUP
I greatly to increase the catches of
any fisherman who hasn't before Forest production is part of the 1t
1I
paid attention to it is to try story. Market is too. : d
as much as possible to avoid Helping the Florida landownerand Limit one t Limit two with _1 .1 t + f l l 1. .

Jllfl7A11i.rli9quut sending*out"'jany' such vibrations, I tmber: grower get more from with $5. i $5.00 order cr 50 Extra 2Mf Green Stamps
his trees and his land is the job
anywhere. I; -order prmore. ,/ 1 more, please. /
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of farm forester. On t WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF ti
request
And I should add that the larger a 't I 't ;
from the owner, the forester visits I 12-oz. EOT. ,WO PKG$. FROZEN ;
Iv.iti therefore older and warier, .
GUARANTEE.Jjilnil Ih the fish this is especially true mends a timber a program tract of and good recom-forest LB. Save 9V2! < Ea. Gold King Has!) Puppies _
SSpOO of bass and brown trout the 6OOD THRU OCTOBER ItTH
management designed to pay off 1
more easily very tiny vibrations ., AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
Future Termite in large harvests and more frequent -- ,
Damp -
1 Ml will keep them from taking your j harvests. '-.. '- -- .- -. -___ -'H .. __ 3 d R II
offering. This is one of the reasons !
Y Forest management includes
: Mahoney : why the veteran invariably I protection of timber from fire, SAVE 5V2t EACH. VAN CAMP Limit 3 please. '
.' wE4,1E
catches far more big fish, especially : : f' 1wr
addtional: where
y brown trout and bass, than t needed planting, removal of pines undesirabletrees 50 Extra 2W Green Stamps [i
TerminixCo. the novice. He has learned, Pork Bea
; hapa unconsciously, to fish very per or taking adequate mea- & ns 300 CAN 9 ST wN: WITH THIS COUPON AND 'RCHASE OF
sures to control insects and disease .
SERVICE SINCE 1930 quietly sending out few low-fre- Two PKGS. E.o" PAN RE01wE
I which kill trees or stunt 4,11 o .
For** FREE Inspection I queney vibrations. I their normal growth. Selective SAVE 10* EACH THRIFTY MAID Limit 2 please.. '!T' / Breaded Oysters :

harvesting right trees at the! COOO THRU OCTOBER I1TH
Remove grease that has spilled'! right time means smart mar- i GREEa STAMh AT ANY WINN DIXIE
Phone 'I -
... Jacksonville on your kitchen floor b7 scattering I Tomato Juice 46-0z. 19 4 dWE
ket return for the owner. I I ,
bicarbonate of soda t ....
on it, I Ii CAN GIVE j .. ..
: and -
COLLECT EL 4.1768 j(i then scrubbing with boiling watfr'I'' Pulpwood, saw tmber, naval '
stores have long been the vol-
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ume markets for Florida forest : SAVE Ut EACH LIBBY'S Limit 2 with $5.00 order or more GREEA t ) d
.-.. material 0 and these will con. I i
a. tinue to expand. i 50 Extra iWf Greea Stamps
12 WE-1E
But fast developing demands: Corned Beef oz. 3 9 WITH THJ$ COUPON Af,0 PURCHASE OFflrackin'Gpod --

; Once you use New DuPont by campers and outdoor sports. [, CAN / ONE 2 L PKG.
.
men for more outdoor recreational GREEA

facilities promise jet another SAVE 10* EACH HUDSON ASSORTED COLORS 51ANYW Fig Bars ; !!
J market for the timberland owner wt GvE CORD THRU GCT9BER: I.THAT
lUCITElIous Paintyou'll and another good reason for ANY 1NlNN-DIXIE
,
'
d1 planned timber management.Ask Tissue r --4439. g
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farm forester Frank Hill, : suMw .nr. ,
never so back Jacksonville at El-5-4151 Ext. 312, .

about "multiple-use" of forest SAVE 11 EACH LARGEWesson wt 4vE 91 ,
: to "hard work"paints! land. Planting trees for increased r1 iIr

.. recreational value? Many varieties GREEK 58 Extract1 Green Stamps
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w
of seedling trees are avail- 24-OZ. 6TAM P' WITH THIS COUPON AND OF
Oil PURCHASE
Once you see how effortlessly new Incite able at cost from your Florida i BOTTLE 28 ..
.. House Paint flow on-how it dries in min Forest Service nursery. I wE4ni FOUR ND. i C A b9 pLUE BAY

: utes-how easy it is to clean up with soap I / Light Meat Gh ta

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and water after ,. ""
w painting, )ouTI never go "" M'Ii! .' ..... ; :''' GOODTHRUOcT08tR"-H
I Wmn Dixie Sales w: ::/ : ,; & 1. -/ back to oil base: paints. I AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
I WfA GYE 6
r
: jc2 And "Lucite" is incredibly durable-dries Fresh Tender f
5.91 Young Fancy Red Jonathan
Percent
i t to a rich flat finish without the temporary Up I F,

t shine of old fashioned paints. Hides surface 1 GREEN slAwvs t1'I

'w, imperfections resists chalking crackin JACKSONVILLE, FLA. -I, Pole BEANS APPLES J _
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1 Winn-Dixie Stores Inc which 1 wE 4nt
1 ?, dirt and fading. : ra $ iI
operates 610 supermarkets',
/ WITH THIS COUPON AND PCHAE: OF
,
, throughout the South recorded aj 1 II ; a,
> 'kw sales increase of 5.91 percent for SUMP GREED! ONE PK6, 6.CT GILLETTE
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M the 12-week period ended September j' 2 LBS. 29, 5 BAG lB. 49 >t.F wl.Uvt Stainless! Steel Blades .

21 compared with the I ,
.4M i 1000 THRU OCTOBER: "t 'HAT :''
corresponding ", f.
period a year ago. .
Sales for this totaled ., ..,. !I ANY WINN DIXIE f
.b ,
period .
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\ $192,152,148 compared with $181-! .-: .." 7 .."' r.Jf"i..ff .7if.W-t'&r me' f. STAMPS .0'__.."

425,255 last year, an increase of : '
10726893. j I I"u 7 riM1EitI1riz ?' '
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w I Earnings after taxes during the j i i "" ;
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. .. 12-week period just closed in- '' ( '"r', .

.... //o/\\\9\\\\\ \\ I over creased the$163,247 corresponding or 4.28 period percent a''I!'. ; mill I '. "

.. year ago. Total was $3,975,708 I VACUUM PACKED ; 1 BLUE or WHITE ARROW I
LI LUCITE compared with $3,812,461 for: 1 ,
Y O 1 House Paint 1962. I
t
I Wi sM.- t Sales for the 4-week period'i i! Astor Coffeef Detergent

ended September 21 totaled $64- .
578,699, an increase of $2350- I

o \ H BEAUTIFUL COLORS 930 or 4.62 percent over the $Gl- J
727,769 for the same period last
\
AND INTERMIXES year.A. ., 1LB. CAN ,/ ::? I GIANT BOX J
regular monthly dividend of
:
$8.55 $.09 per share for the months of e SAVE '10' :pr 't r 11 SAVE 11"
0 .II
I October November and Decem-I ..
J f GAL ber, 1963 was declared by the .1
w i ji jr I Board of Directors of Winn- 10< :, '' DETERGENT .

i Dixie: Stores; Inc. The dividendsare : ::7N:1S8: : '

I II payable October 31, Xovem-I ( fie.e 59
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: NASSAU BUILDINGS SUPPLY CO.. ber 30 and December 27, a .

stockholders of record at the I :\ limit lwilh 1 $5.00 food Limit 1 with $5.00 or .f
of business October f. ;
close 15,II < ,
: 1129 South 8th Street Phone
261-3648
... November 15 and December 13, t/ order or more.r .. ; J more food order..A
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, I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN PRINCE OF PEACE News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday,' October 17, 1963 Page Ninerdsratfes
CHURCH LUTHERAN CHURCH Donaldson Urges _
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Ai The Churches :
v -a Rev John Jbzlclr: Pator Donald R. Hinsmdman, Pastor 'f -
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Church School......_:...:: &!45 A. 1. Phone 261-5634 T" -? .r.SRS ? ? x[!
ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC CHURCH OF CHRIST Worship Service '......11:00 A.M.' Sunday School ....-.-....... 9:45 a. m. : Eligihiiity Check
.. CHURCH South 14th Street Youth .Meetings ..__ ._ 6:00 P.M. 'I I Worship Service _..... 11:00 a. Il"..: : I
RCT. W. J. Holmes, Pastor Kenneth L. Jones, Minister : Church School ............ 7:30 P.M. :, # Oft S, S. Benefitsi BY ANGIE DREW
Sunday( Mass _.__ 2nd, 4th I, Sunday: Bible Study ...10:00 a.m. I V: '* CHURCH OF GOD OF I AND PAT JOYCE
Sunday __.... 7:30 am. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 'I PROPHECYRev. Get 15, 1963 I
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
w I A good people 65 andover
j Trttl
many
Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd ._ Rev. E. A. Lewis, Pastor H. C. DWF, Pastor j
Evening Worship 7:00
p.m.I _.__ are las ng monthly social Teams Standing W L Pins ,
5th 11:30 '10:00 __ Sunday School) 10:00 aim. Sunday Schjol I'
Sunday
.m. a.m
Monday A Young People 7 Tuesday: Singing Practice 7:30 11:00 aim _.._.. Worship: Service 11 aim .__._..._._ Morning Service security payments! because they '11. Reddy Kilowatt 9 6 11395 f
pjn. I p.m. ....... have not recently checked with 2. Land & William 7 8 11370
Daily .. ?.,..,_ 8 a.m.t (Held at various members liomei) 6:30 pjn. ._ C. A.Youth Services 7:45; pjn. Evening Service social security'ofi I 1'i
their according -
f 7:45 pjn. Wednesday, Y.LB. Service 3. Hadden Lanes 6 9 11324:
+ .. Evangelistic Service
Saturday ... Convent Chapel Wednesday Mid-Week Bible 7:30 pm.
t i : I to R, B. Donaldson, Da Bar 8 7 10421 i
4 5:3 Communion in Convent Ii Study -.........-......?.. 7:30 p.m. Thursday nom, wwk service: for young* *people.ti trict'Ttfanager of Social Security 4. Beach Hhjh Team 3 Games i
6.30 P.U. Young PeopVi Thursday: Ladies Class 10:30 aim I 7:30 J BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH \;&Jacksonville.fiThese Beach 3ar KJ2:: '
Meeting I (Held at various members homes) 1 1I
-. --. ------1 429 South 6th Street people fall into two main! i Reddy Kilowatt 200'); :
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I .. Rer. Joha O'Xeil Pastor I gi oups. In the first group are, IIi?h led. 3 Games !
Sunday Services: I those who do not believe theyhave Joyce Easton' fin : .
10.t>0 AJL Sunday School I worked long enough under 'June O'Steen 577 I
.M o r o rN' ', 11:00 A.M. Morning Worshi' social security to qualify for payment Betty Becton 549 ;
as
6:30 pan. __,_ B.T.U.,I Charges in the law in recent High Team Games ,
17n3 I P.M. Men's Prayer Service.L years have reduced the Beach Bar W
7:ao p.m. Evening Worship r amount of work required: for Land & Williams 878
n I Tuesday: t payments therefore, if you have I High ItuL Games One of the many great scenes from the movie "CO IE
7:00 p.m. r __ Visitation not applied for social security or I Joyce Easton' 227 BLOW YOUR HORN starring Frank Sinatra. This

s # I discussed your eligibility for June O'Steen 222 technicolor movie may he seen at the Ilan Theatre Sunday ,
10
since again.
try
payments
; WAS I CHURCH OF GOt Stella Doland 19 J and Monday.
IT SHORT IN t.t I You may now qualify for monthly Dot Taylor 193
: (-or. 4t1a and Cedar Sts. payments,.
I Itt Y. L. Marvin Johnson Pastor I High Scratch Coolers
I Phone 2bl-3SO? j In the second group are those Joyce Easton 195-490 -
who Co and over and are still 1
are 161 tf9
I 10:00 ajn. Sunday School Betty Becton -
CLEANLINESS .
COMFORT I working. If you are in this category l'
11:00: a.m. __ Morning Service Ruth Williamson 15'l--U
., you may be eligible for O'Steen ITS IAS
"- Tuna -
.. /E E. Friday Evening 7:30: pm I
! : ', '." 7:30 p.m. ._ Evening Servicel'ra'er some benefits. Many people believe I Dot Odom 144-4W
:j} j' that if they earn over $1200 Velma Hode 14420
meeting Wednesday -
t ; in they cannot receive
.
, a year Carolyn Rowland: lifc-498
7:30
: { p.m. :benefits. This is not the case.I Dot Odom picked t.2.to '-
up
.a & I For instance, a man over Co with Split. 0 UNDER THE GAG. PLAN '
ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL I a wife who is also C5 or older Joyce Easton picked up :S-10 .;
CHURCH I may, depending upon the amount Split. YOU CAN BORROW WITHOUT PUTTING
; The Rev. JaDes D. Ellisor, Rector of his benefit, make as much as

REASONABLE COST CONVENIENCE I, 1:00::: A.M. Holy communion: I$3500 a year and still receive I IPV ATerms STRAIN ON' YOUR POCKETBOOK
.. 1B HueyVclker
,It.- 10JO A.M. Choral Eucharist some payments from social se- r
11:15 A.M. Church School I cur.ty.: : Completes CourseAt
'f ; i bOO P.M. Episcopal Young In the case: of a single person, 1
; Ft Gordon
\ Churchmen I
I *11 i it is possible in some instances .' ,
\ I (This ia the schedule of
every !to receive some payments even are geared to your Income. We always
GORDON, GA. (AH-
with the of the
Sunday exception
z last Sunday of the month though the worker makes $:000() TNC) Army Pvt. Huey Walter, make it a point to set up the payment schedule

3 t > LAST SUNDAY OF THE I a year. Regardless of earnings, son of Clarence C. Walker 705 S. to give you every possible advantage,
t 'I MONTH I payments can be made for any I'Tenth SL, completed an eight-
jI month in which a person earns .
installation awl
I week telephone
7:30 A.M. Holy Communion I
: .
1CO less and is not active I
: 10:00 A.M. Morning Prayer $ or in repa'r course at The Southeastern loans up aij to $tOO
'I a business: of his own. If his total
+! and Sermon : Signal School, Fort Gordon, Ga.,
( : DEPENDABILITY + 11:15 A.M. Church School I earnings less, for the year are be i I Sept. 27.Walker. ':: ',
I 5:00 P.M. Episcopal Young $1200 or payments may 'I entered the Army lest G.A.C. FINANCJCORPORATION '
made for month in the
: every May and completed basic coa but
Churchmen'r year. I .. ,
training at Fort Gordon.
t IF YOU WERE SHORT IN ANY OF THESE THINGS CALVARY BAPTIST CIIURCHBailt'Y If any of these situations apply The 20-year-old} soldier is a '
RoadJ. to you, get in touch with I 1902 graduate of Peck AMOUNT PAYMENTS FOR '
I High
. : YOU NEED SUBURBAN PROPANE GAS HEAT local social district YOU en 24 MONTHS 20 MONTHS II MONTHS U MONTH o
C. BYRD, PASTOR I your security School. His mother, Florence B.
1 I office. The Jacksonville, Distr'ct S 75.00 S 5.06 S 5.47 3 7.5S
Sunday School 10 A.M. Rkho, lives at 311 S. 11th St.OYSTERS "
Morning Worship 11 A.M. Office is located at C25 Julia 160.00 S 9.49 10j9 11.67 16.11
SEE OUR STOC,{ OF I
t Evening Service 7:30 P.M.SPRINGHILL Street. An application is ef'ec- 25.00 24.86 21.35 30.6 2.50
.. I tive much 12 months before ,
as as tOO.CO 3".39 39.34 .C2.t6 59.3' "
BAPTIST the month it is signed. Be- I
MARTIN! "COOL CABINET" UNVBflB) HATRS.J
CHURCH I cause of ths': it is possible, in 308 Atlantic Avenue .'
". State Hiway 107 Nassauville some cases, to pay benefits for
.. G'I A I Rev. Dan E. Wade, Pastor the preceding 12 months. Therefore COOKTIUL Fernandina Beach,Florida
f,. 1 ,. S F ron1 IV. '4 Pastors Prayer Time it is important that you do Telephone 261.3681. ."_H
(For Men) _..___ 7 a.m. not delay in checking with the SURF 1
Free Gas Service Installations Sunday School .._....... 9:45: a.m. Social Security Administration Offs Hours:Gaily ,.5; Y/edllesday I Saturday ,.1 12 --
I _...... regard status. It ... '
Morning Worship .11 a.m. your may ALSO. FIVE CONVENIENT OFFICES IN JACKSONVIllE
..
Training Union ........_ 6:15 p.m. prevent further loss of paymentswhich I RESTAURANT I --- ----

,, Evening Worship ........ 7:30 p. rightfully yours. i I Across From Ocean Pier
$UBURBAN a yr. mDON'T I
DELAY, CHECK TO.
OPANa I Wednesday: Private Dining Rocm For .
Men's Hour of Power .... 7 DAY. !
p.m. .
I Prayer Service ,'_-_. .7:30tp.in., .j' Parties, Clubs, Etc. Try A Classified Ad For Quick Resu1t.erratynaYe :
GAS .
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SERVICjSERVICj
"Whosoever -willjmay come..- 7'T,rode At Home. .
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f 7 South 7th Street Phone 261-3661 NORTH 14th STREET j- ::: .I\ 7 ':'1.'h.T'1i ym;: :'7t1'm: ''''-- -- -' ;" "
BAPTIST CHURCH

a Rev. Ran Humphreys, Pastor .... .
9:45 ajn. Sunday School j jil:00 '
i a.m. Morning Worship''i ': THECHURCH : .
7:00 p.m. B.T.U. !

What's the News Here In Fernanda Beach? 8:00 7:30: p.m.Evening p.m. Mid-Week Worship Services I]I, -

.w.. Wednesday' j OF CHRIST
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TABERNACLE CHURCH BAPTIST ':;'YJ4!.-. __ ,1: "Jt

Amelia Road Phone 2G1-34S7 ,t:7: ;; :; : INVITES YOU TO THE

; '{ y I Rev. Lojd Chambers, Pastor j. '

Sunday Morning School Worship__ 10 11 a.m.a.m. C : UBA { TO THE BIBLE CAMPAGN"!

.'" Evening Worship 7 p.m. : :

Wednesday Service 7 p.m. ..... -.
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A. \ M Il k s s n+ 6 FIVE POINTS BAPTIST
4 1y CI1U11CII I OCTOBER 20a27

J. W. Keen, Pastor iHr/L

J:45: aim .... Sunday School I ., ,,,.
11:00 am. Morning Worship j : :
3:30 p.m.- Training Union i 5. .
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.':30:; p.ra. Evening Worship h : EAR .

.. Vednesday prayer: service, 7:30 : ,
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p.m. 1'1 ;,, \ ....

FIRST*BAPTIST* CHURCHRev. Ii IiI .: Brother Malcolm! lernmons In A Series of Gospel Sermons Each Evening At 7:30

I J. T. Dunn&m Pastor "
At The Church
.... I Worship; Services: S:30 A.M \; -... Building
"
.. 11:00 A.M '
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... 7:30 P.M.I Brother Lcmmons preaches regularly for the {Kings Road and Edgewood Church of

Sunday School: 9:45: A.M. \j Christ, Jacksonville Fla. His diligent study of and love for the Bible qualifies him
;
r Tracing Union ?.......... 6:15: P.M.,
Prayer Service Wednesday to bring the messages during the "Back To The Bible" effort.

7:30 P.M. t
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'" I PINE GROVE CHURCH BAPTIST I SERMON TOPICS v': .


.. I Rer. A. Z. Knight, Pastor Sunday, October 20th "I Will, Be Thou Made Clean." .
Sunday School 9:45 aja. #
.. > Morning Worship 11 a.m, Monday, October 21st "Give Me The Bible."

r 11:00 7:30: a.m.p.m...._Evangelistic.._ Morning ServictW.M.B.Service 'I I Tuesday, October 22nd "For What Is Your Life?" I -_._' .' .-

Wednesday October 23rd "Where Art Thou?" -'

LI -- iL1 r 7:30 People p.m. Wednesday V.L.B. Young Thursday, October 24th "The Church of Christ Yesterday and Today."' .

/: iw 1:45 .___......._.. Prayer NOting Friday, October 25th "God's Appointed Place." -' .

MEMORIAL CHURCH METHODIST Saturday, October 26th "God's Blockades In The Road To Hell, } :

Nelson P. Moyer, Pastor ,

... 9:45 a.m. _._ Sunday Worship School i The Following Lessons Wiil Be Delivered By Bro. Kenneth L. Jones, Local Minister:
M 11:00 aja Morning i
.rryy.
& Pro-
MYF
.... 6:15'p.m. Supper grams Sunday, October 20th A.M. "The Bible Is Inspired of God."

I 7:30 pjn.ob..__ ,.A Evening, ,.A, Worship Sunday, October 27th A.M. "Baptism For Saved or Sinner?"

E With the increasing concern for happenings on the national and intema- ST. PAUL'S'" LUTHERAN" Sunday, October 27th P.M. "The Wayside Hearer."

: tional scene,' it's often easy to overlook the importance of the reporting CHURCH
.. Amelia City Near Intersection SPECIAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOU DURING THE "BACK TO THE BIBLE"
: of hometown news. Yet, this is one of the greatest values of your newspaper AU .
A. F. Gerbhardt. Pastor CAMPAIGN! ;
t gathering the _news which keeps you accurately informed about 8:00: a.m. Morning Service ,

; local events of personal 'interest In observance of National Newspaper 3:00 a.m. Sunday School 1. To have a complete non-denominational survey of the.,Bible Conducted {In Yourhome

I :fIi Week, Oct. 14-20, we are happy to join in saluting the hard-working people Avoid dripping candles! by pot' r with beautiful colored films. :, s.

: of this newspaper for their many contributions to this city and area. ting few them hours., in before the refrigerator using. fora j 2. To enroll in a Bible Correspondence Course. *..:f

61 t To Bible answered in the of I
3. have any questions or problems privacy your own' .
A little salt in the
wa :' 'P frying pan will keep sprinkled fat or lard home or any place of your choosing, -
Southern Bell from splattering. Also make
4. To hear 10 Bible-centered messages. .
range cleaning: easier. f t*.

:. I .NrM jtcl/JiItj I/.di 1M ate- : Your rocker ass won't scratch any You may take advantage of these services by calling 2615266.' ".+ .*.

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County High' School "Blue Devils", are the 1963 Pirate Pikula, Billy Miller, Duane Rowland, Jim Young, AU|*OTutch Williams, George Sheffield, Kirby Hendrix, Ray Rice, Ned Tyson, Richard ;Nobles, Randy Price Richard -Q 1
1 gridders 6f'r.5n Fernandina Beach High School. Left to Cover, Barry Rice, David O'Steen,_, Beryl____ Rice, Chuck Vg feUk'roond Rowland, Chip Wood, Curtis McCorsley, Joe Thrift, Schcmas, Tcmmy Clark, Sieve Beckett. ', 'jg\SF i.I I II
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rage Twelve\ hewsIcArITOL1ETiER-Led eri Feriiandfoa Beach, Florida Thursday, October 17, 1003 I I, and lend a helping hand -
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1[from this diXU! ion. This is an got off the beaten path and
',napossfcle request, they conclud.j .' :' I stumbled! into a hUe: restaurant
j led,, and we -eaat answer it until tHe Rec. Cent e r : BY RUSSELL' KAY "-_ on the Left Bank of Paris where

the of State' entourage : no ere spoke English. I managed
1 I Secretary When this! is published I expect;have been cleaned up and: new industrial (
comes .back next week. The j BY SANDY DeSANDRO i!' to be in Europe where I tape I plants, apartments tad ; to get a dish of spaghetti without
: difficulty by making motions and
I next move was up to ne. + will gather basiuess Eur-
-; some interesting ma '! buildings now fire
BY JERRY .MOCK + I:THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17lh/ :ference Room at 7:00 ;| pointing to what another inner
\ 'Cawait., I said con dent- p-nu. aerial for future columns. ,cpesn cities a youthful look they :
I i Playschool in the Cub Room at i! Men and Boys' Health Club in wu eating. Then I thought I
BY JERRY MOCK tion, he was refferred to me by ally. "I have been working on My tour will take ne to Lcn.i never had before. : ,
'! would have French
9:30 a.m., Carolyn Yizcarrcndo, the Health Club, Room, day load I some pastrvto
"TALLAHASSEE Thing 1 the secretary of the undersecre this story month and can\ i i Adult leader ". i ii l evening- don Amsterdam, The Hague, Rotterdam -j\ One advantage the American I top. off with and asked for dessert

were humming at the office of : tary.) i tomorrow. i Pre-Ballet Class -in the Auditorium Atlantic Avenue Pargro.Lsupenised Brussels, Paris, Luxent-' visitor has in Europe is the abilityto !

Secretary of State Tom Adams. I i real Now complicated this doesnsound question.like But a j I this vas the last of the story en I at 1000 a.m., Julaane Owens, play, 3: o.s:30. pm.. I I fort bourg, ,Lucerne Maim, JIannhelm Verona:, ,Florence Frank-,I j jII : communicate as ;ou find English 1 The waiter argued but I insisted -

I had come into his office at a wbea ask question abort!their part and wondered how it: Inslr. I Don Nanney, Instr. Venice, Rome, Naples and points spoken most everywhere you' and finally he brought ryetwo
most inopportune time. The 'Sec you : Advanced Ballet and Toe Class t tI II Europeans usually speak two
in Tallahassee, especially would look without any figures. between. go. fried eggs Now I know I
retary of State was going on adirlom'at I!money in the Auditorium 3:30 : ; -;: three languages and when a''
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But an under undersecretary ----1"- !rt'rIj
c mission to Colombia.The i i\around the Capitol, the simplist II I I While I do not claim to be a should have asked for "tarts".
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going along. So was a TV reporter I i We almost got into an academic "We will have something for you the Auditorium at 4:33 p.m., I r 4 ,<' t:: I' have some interesting and amusing someone close by vrh$ can step in Patronize Ourdffrti..licrs;
l' who happened to have a cam i discussion over economies 1 ll QD experiences that you will enjoy ,
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tomorrow, even If It is 'no cornmeat" 1 Owens, Instr. I"& )!
and finances. 1 don't understand : I bearing aboutI
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moving pictures of the secretaryof I much about economics and Room at 3:30 Hank ; :i .l .!I : have a number of press con I
Florida on a high-level diplomatic I finances, so he almost had me I The answer came with tomor- I'Inst. p.m.f SideS'j' t..J4rl ".J ,:;',.. '.'i' tacts and it will be interesting to
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P mission. :;over a barrel : get the reaction of European ;,
$5.49 (It is required by Adult Ballroom Dance .
didn't Colombia "Tell what" I sad: finally."Let's a copy. I !:crsie of.our Doctor c! Uedianc, newspapermen to the situation in
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1 you I law. It is made up mostly of information :, the Aud toriurn at 7:30 p.m.. \CIT Local Medical Society and the '
''I !" asked one of the under, don't make it all that found in telephone Sandy DeSandro, Instr. licriua: ilcdical Assccution. I' this country today. '

.i1 i und rsecretar.es. It was a most complicated. Just tell me how books, the names of the officialsover I Men and Boys' Health Club in 1 My visit will not be confined tol!
unfortunate I much each volume cost and tell MEDICINE AND the cities but of !
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, at least two reasons," I me how' many you had printed. I politician is required by law to : evening. FRANKLIN i villages and smaller communities ,
: replied, "For one, I received no think I can figure the rest from I as well Often-times you get more >
1 I print: books which include the I Atlantic Avenue Playground,I Ii Ben Franklin was: :active in rrrC7
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; names of half the politicians in supervised play, 3:30-5:30 p.m., matters: pertaining to health. in a chat I
don't know if I would have ;gone This request resulted in a the state and can distribute the i I Don Nanney, Instr. His father: having been a soap- I with a small town merchant, filling
had!I been invited." three-man conference with an I books to each of them. Imagine FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18th. maker: Ben early learned the I station attendant, farmer or f
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to other of the undersecretaries innkeeper than you do from officials -
He was most eager please one being given book with
a your Fun Fair ((5th and 6th grades) body, clothes and habitation. I'
after that dialogue \\ hat. information and one of those accountants 1 and run-of-the-mill news
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: did I want? he asked. who can explain to you so well i I law, known as the Widow i sources..
The figures: also included the Sub-Teen Club in the Lame us qow00.f
"{low much did it cost to print shy be can't tell you what you I cost of the same book printed Room at 7:15 pm.: Read: made: and soil what was It has been several years sinceI fr o .
your biennial report?" was the ask him. I advertised as: her "well-known was on the continent: and I im j
under R. A. Gray, former secretary Senior High football dance in "
I ointment for the itch. Thechief
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I I $13.36 a copy.Something Men and Boys' Health Club: in Read ointment was sulphur, i I'

, : I was strange in the the Health Club Room, day and still used in: treating: scabies.As i:business all over and Western industry Europe is booming, particularly for A .Mortgage, loan
knows, Ben
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I : many Franklin preached the doctrineof I in West Germany, France,
copies, I asked, did R. A. Gray FUN FAIRBeginning !
moderation in and :The Netherlands, Switzerland and
eating
I : 1 have printed! It was 1500. How' Friday, October 18th, drinking. He was a champion ,: Italy. Building is brisk and the !I Th Bay or Build! A fees
HTPOINTDISHWASHEIt many copies did Tom Adams the Recreation Department will of fresh air, exercise and fre people are prosperous.
'have printed? It was 3,000. So in offer a program of games and quent bathing. He advocated I j'
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the end of the biennial report folk dancing to boys and girls of inoculation studied the vital was sgetfng
-.. -. printed by R. A. Gray cost the the fifth and sixth grades. This statistics: on smallpox, and established when I was !
urged preventive medicine. last there it has been
!taxpayers $17,356, and the one activity will take place in the I I' now operat-j Rtfi'1ij Aa Old
Franklin became : to ) s Mertgag
PORTABLE 10-FOOT I printed by Tom Adams cost $16- Recreation Center Auditorium an honorary ing Icng enough
I member cf the Medical Societyof i pretty good picture of what it has
1470. That presumably means 1 1i from 3.3 O 5:30 p.m.. each Friday London and of several medical
REFRIGERATOR i state government has become: Sandy DeSandro, instruct,! societies: i.\ this country. He I accomplished. i *
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'; more efficient by $1,000 in the ing. There will be no fee for this : founded the medical depart i I They tell me that Paris has had:
: last two years. activity and all eligible boys and i ment cf the College of Philadelphia its face washed since I was there. ,
girls are invited to attend. ; the first medical schoolin Several years ago a cleanup program Vssl! LiksTb ftissi'ily end Hspfe! -

.$14900 $ 1S9Wes I SATURDAY. OCTOBER 19th. I helped the found United: the States.first He hospitalin also got underway and old dirty

: Cotillion Club Monthly dancein this: country, the Pennsylvania dingy buildings hidden beh;n1 :, 'fe f Pese Wko Are Here To Serve
.. I Cooper laundry the Auditorium at 9:00 p.m. !I II Hospital of Philadelphia. centuries of dirt and grime have
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been scrubbed to the
Mea and Boys' Health Clib in Franklin helped pave the way
$188 Was $215 I stone and marble until they guts !:
the Health Club Room, day and I for modern psychiatry; by unmasking YM.Fernandina
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Coin-Operated evening. mesmerism. His diagnosis ten like new. The program started !
of lead poisoning was a with the cleanup of state and ;

1 Laundry and Dry Teen 7"O JI.m.SUNDAY Club. in the Game Roomat classic.familiarly: Although with medical he associated men government buildings then was | *

HARDEE BROS. CO. Cleaning OCTOBER 20th. and knew a lot about medicine carried the on by entirely private owners look.to .;
I Lutheran Church Meeting in he was not an M.D. and knew ,give city new.
the danger of self-medication. ,Tourism has taken hold of Europe -!
Mrs. Doris Howard, the Conference Room at 11:0:> a.m. "I always employ a physician and the business is steadily' / Federal

Atlantic Avenue Manager I i MONDAY, OCTOBER 21st. wizen any disorder arises in my expanding. Not only visitors from
Teen Ballet and Toe Class: IL family,. and I submit implicitlyto
I Hth & Beech! Streets I the Auditorium at 3:30 p.m: Jul I ..rot his:!. orders in everything: ," he I countr'es.America: but Maybe from I many"oth can gather r I Savings Loan Assn1

anne Owens, Instr.
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I for, truck owners Faith Britton, Instr. I ;r ,, ,
Credit Union Night School in : ,, t. .. i-_ ,.
the Club Room at 7:30 p.m. J' / ," '. I

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j who need Game Room at 7:33:> pjn. '
a new one now
Jaycees in the Conference : ,
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: Things Chevrolet has developed Chevrolet truck engines-fours, sixes, Cla s in the Ceramics: loom at -4<'

since the last time you bought to V8's.Stronger. 7:00 p.m., Hank S des, Instr. 1 i
Men and Boys' Health Club in
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I give you more for your money: 1964 Chevrolet- truck has ladder-type the Health Club Room, day and I AA: .' ,",-- -.. ... .

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: Double-wall construction. This fea frame. This type is more resilient, better evening.Atlantic Avenue Playground, J ; :

ture of Chevrolet cabs and the Fleetside able to give with the load and terrain. supervised play, 3:30-5:30: p.n., ; .,. : "
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and sound-deadening material is mount special bodies on the truck. Its
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: sandwiched between the ,two layers of riveted'side rails are stronger. Playschool in the Gams Room,1 d'J'

steel in the cab to give you more comfort; Greater model selection. This timeyou're 9:30-11:30 a.m., Carolyn V %car. C. 0" U.

: f in the body, the lower inner wall acts as find it to rondo, adult leader. :
to matter
going a simple
a buffer against load damage, preserving pick the exact type of Chevrolet truck Ceramics Class (ages 9-11)) in I ,,4t'" -'.',f .
the outer appearance of the truck the Ceramics Room at 3:"O p.ra., <
for the kind of work you do. In delivery
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Suspension to fit the truck. Conventrucks, for instance, in addition to regular Tap Dance Class in the Auditorium I That's how the water is at our house!

I : tionallulf'- and three-quarter-ton models panels and pickups, we have eleven at 3:30 P.M., Jalanne1 r. .

have independent front suspension with different sizes of ready-made walk-in Owens, Intr.Intermediate. t' thanks to our new Lindsay Princess; l,,#
variable rate coils in the rear. Variable vans, some with full-width rear doors. Ballet! Cass! i11'

rate coils do not"bottom out"as readily Quality and value. Chevrolets today the Auditorium at 4:30 pit, ; I Automatic Water Softener. .,

Mediums and heavies have I-beam are a lot more truck than anne Owens, Instr. I
t your moneysuspensionwithvariablerateleafsprings I ClubRoom .
for Leisure in the K *
Painting
I! bought the last time, and yet the price at ;1:30 p.m. 'II 6 *> -< ,

: It automatically stiffens as the load tag is just about the same as 5 or 6 years Men and Boys' Health Club ,h i : Everything is so much, nicer! in a soft-.,'
t ., increases-and vice versa. It means a ago. Call(your Chevrolet dealer for information '' the Health Club Room day ana

II' ; smoother, flatter ride regardless of load, or for a demonstration. evening. I .water home. Laundry dishes even '
t. a better handling truck. Square and Fun Dancing; (Senior ; -

High Teens) in the Auditoriumat I
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house is breeze and
The right engine. Chevrolet never has ,- 7:15 p.m., Sandy DeSandro cleaning a no

: been in better position to give you the CHEVROLET Instr.
type and size you need for maximum I Conference need to use harsh detergents, either

: efficiency. Today there are many different -
capacities of gasoline and diesel Quality trucks always cost less! Atlantic Avenue Playground, ,_ pure mild soap cleans beautifully ;/
t supervised plav, 3:30-5:30 p.m., ...?'
j\ I IIi' Don Nanney, Instr.WEDXESDA in:a soft v/ater home. <

1964 CHEVROLET TRUCKS Y, OCTOBER 23rd ., .
Arts Puppet Theatre (ages 9 :
and up) in the Game Room at 3:30 !
i p.m., Faith Britton, Instr. .1 But the ,best part _about owning! a '
fI
I 1 \ at ,t : Ceramics Class (ages 12.14)) in 1 1i .
I r 1 S !M t i the Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m.,Ii i Lindsay is the saving we use so

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t Adult Ceramics! Class ia the i' much less soap, shampoo, everything
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\ I Men and Boys1 Health Club in itself.

; ,t ,. : the Health Club Room, day and

I evening. '
;, \ : '. Teen Ballroom Dance Class Why don't you listen to the Lindsay
1 ;i (Senior High School Teens) in f, : !
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ti. the Auditorium at 7:15 p.m., story and' see how easy it is to own a Lindsay Princess?,
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I'supervised' play, S0-5:30 p.m.,I "We"did, and the water at our house is as soft- as' acoud.! .
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THURSDAY, OCTOBE 24th.
.. __ Pre-Ballet Class in the Auditorium Call collect; 725-6311 Jacksonville, for a free water analysis i and your chance .

i at 10:00: ajnH JuUnne. j .
.. Owens, Instr.Playschool. to hear the Lindsay Story. :; -. : :--
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i! at 9:30 a.m., Carolyn Yizcarron-
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r in the Auditorium at 3:30 P.BW

:t. Telephone your Chevrolet dealer about any type of truck Julanne Advanced Owens Ballet, Instr.and Toe Clas 1. LINDSAY SOFT WATER JACKSONVilLE

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i Adult Ballroom Dance Class in

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TWO BEDROOM HOME FATHER OF CHESSMEN
-a- I 00 Late I
LIVING ROOM: kitchen and bath. ( MISCELLANEOUSWE Higher! Cigarette I The standard present-day kjl"h

WANT AD RATES Two-car garage and extra large I'
To Classify queens, bishops knights, rook:
room downstairs. Completely
.05 per word .75 minimum weatherstripped, insulated. Fur I' WILL CLEAN your attic And Beverage Tax I and pawns of chess came from m

and garage free, for unused"i I 1849 design by Howard Stantul.,
Card of Thanks. Resolution nished. On city sewerage. 70 x12S I
: furniture, tools, lumber, or By Russell Kay : By 1800 Stanton pieces were ia
and Similar Notices lot. 1C75 S. Fletcher. $10- State RevenueThe
Ups
what have ? Phone 261.
you widespread use. _.
850. tell that is ?
u3 per *ord $1.90 minimum 3442 225-5294. tie They us Jftecessity

I Cal 261.: 6S6 or 261-3687 or he mother of invention", and we I

THREE BEDROOM HOME LET ALCOHOLICS ore proving it by developing a State General RevenueFund
I or place ad at office AXONY-I was given another s-jbitan- '
; LIVING ROOM, dining area, kit- MOUS help with : -plutkm to our present day urban -

: SHAfch Street chen and utility: room. Carport, ing problem. Write Box 338, I : 'j transportation problem. tial boost last month by the State '

t l large landscaped yard, fenced City or Phone Jax. El 67700.( 4S With our great metropolitan tal Beverage collections Department amounted whose to well to- : OUTBOARD :

backyard. $10,230. Must be seen tic centers expanding and suburban

i : FOR SAtE to be appreciated. 207 S. 15th I residential areas requiring moreand over $9 million, according to "

St. FOUND A HANDY WAY to Richard B. Keating, Beverage INSURANCE
-U more people to travel great j
r do holiday shopping now. Director.:
your
er and greater distances to and
50,000 BTU oil floor furnace Robison will ids! .
,
FIVE POINTS Jewelry Company from work we have just about The Department's report

complete with 200 gal. fuel OVER 1600 SQUARE feet be glad to hold your gift reached the breaking po'nt in September shows $9,351,602,51 J

tank. Call! 2613893. ,017c 1 I masonry construction, 3 bed. choice on their LayAwayPlan. motor transportation with cars was collected for the 30-day period ;: 45 % ...

BOAT 1i i I I' rooms, family: room, living room 017cHOME bumper-to-bumper for miles. representing an increase of
MOTOR TRAILER. Can
i and dining Two tile baths, 28.5G per cent, or more than' ?2
be seen after 5 223 room. MADE POUND cakel, For a time it appeared there
pjato S'i I deep well, 100 x 100 lot $12,000 million over the same period one For Better Risks .
Fletcher. laf tic 'I layer and birthday cakes, pies. was no answer to the problem.

---- I -tr ', -tr All kinds. Call Patricia .Lodge, While super highways and thruways year ago. ,

'54 PACKARD for $95. Silver SIX ROOM MASONRY home in 21i t-t\2.: : tic their entrances, exits, and This amount brings the total ,.,

Sewinsr Machine for $10. Ph. Five Points area. Five acres I clover leaves, have helped, cities collections for the first three |! John T, Ferreira

1 261.5878. tfc and barn. Deep well $8,000. FLOOR SANDING and refjnishiig. like Los Angeles, New York, months of fiscal 19G3-C4 to near- i & Son

--- --t -t( Floor tile. Faul E. Hanson'l Detro't and others, are find. ly $30 million, Keat'ng said. The j

,. FOR SALE Gasjvateriheater, 4.6 ACRES WITH 2 bedroom Phone 261-4609./ ing that highways alone cannotdo greatest increase was noted in I' Atlantic

home Old Jacksonville m hI Ytt : collection of tax cigarettes I 50S
I large circulating! oil h :1ter. on the job. the on -
both only $15. See Mrx.HqwardUagan way near Amelia River. Very I NOTICE It's later than you m& which: moved from $2.6 million !
LAF cities located the water Phone 261.5571.
For on ,
r think Time to reserve your Copr. Serv1. : :
Clinch DriveJU.. 1. I rich soil, ideal for small truck Christmas selections at Robi- 26.RE it appears that the hydrofoil is in September, 1962, to $tl i -

farm. Deep well. Large garage. million last month, an increase ----J : ,
ttiT'S
I their $ SO TINY JOHN ,I'D[ BE AFRAID / the answer. Already these fast I' '
son Jeweby Company, on .
BY OWNER 3 bedroom houseElan's I Onlv $11,000. VA loan available. of over $1.5 m'llion. This was a 4

Meadows. Sma'lequity PETE INGRAM Salesman convenient Lay-Away. Plan. TO LEAVE IT' OUT AT MIGHT. ., moving crafts are relieving the largely due to the additional tax I -- .
017c over crowded highways, provid- -- t
and take L. L. Rohannon. Broker the Legislature the
up paymentsof I imposed by ,
ing safe fast transportation for IF YOU HAVE A CHILD YOU'RERICH :
$54 month, or can.be refinanced. 13 North 4th Phone 261- 2G9I I- -- .- for Director explained. Cities around
to the city
suburban areas ENOUGH TO NEED A
be Sfehafter S I --- --'- the State will share in cigarette!
May II .
j FOUR BEDROOM HOME HELP WANTED I PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE thousands of commuters.The .
with the
weekdays or anytime Saturday collections, { Beverage FAMILY
I Call 261-5277. tfc South 16th St. Owner trans. I Notice is hereby given that the undersigned II Natice is hereby giver that the unpiusuiiu hydrofoil is a diesel pow- I Department returning to them :

I ferred. Small equity assume, TWO WAITRESSES for immediate :I pursuant to the "fictitious" cersgsnd' to the "tkLticus" ered boat that rides on foils. most of the collected in SECURITY :
employment. Lannon's Firebird I Nome Statute. Chapter No. 20033, Name Statute, Ouster No. 2.W53 money
is obtained
2X4 and lura- payments Ph. 2G1-5476. 017cjI I IL. When the speed II
CYPRESS, scrap proper I
Phone 225- :I Laws of Florida 1M1 as amended by Laws of Fl.inda lj,i, as aa.cndeu by their area.
I ber. Plastic couch, :|20. $ee at! GE -- Truck Stop. 'Chapter No. 26700 Laws cf Florida ,I Chapter No. 2S7CO. Laws of Florida these fo I h lift the boat out Accounting for the remaining CHECK-UP ? :
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2,100 S. Fletcher Ave. OlOcONETWO .\ 10 ROOM HOME 5149. 017c I 1S51 being Section CC5.03. Fkri'da i l&al, being :bccuuo: tGo.Ud.;( HjridaJ of the water and the entire hull "
converted to 2 apartments. 421 i Statutes will register with the Clerk ...iutes, uul r.-cs.er"i h the Clerkf major portion of the month's collection -1!What it Is acd What" Does''forYou :
----- I 261-3452. tfe' OLAN- nLLS I I of the Circuit Court in art:! for Nassau I t.e Circuit COOl in and for Nassau rides free, enabling the boat to was: Liquor, $2,290,417.75Beer ) ; : .
BEDROOM: '1 bath North 3rd !h. I County. Florida, upon receipt of proof County. Florida : receipt cf proof of from 50 to
,
I upun travel at speeds .
solicitors and wine check the facts
house and lot 50 -- -- -- WANTED 4 telephone el publication of this notice the fictitious of puaacjUon of uus njute: U>e fictitious $2,425,593.30; i 1. You : your :
x 150. Intl'ides at $1.25 hour. Two-6 hr. name, to-.it: na.T.e to-wit: 100 miles an hour. Operatingcost $400,871.48. Miscellaneous chargesfor i Social Sjfgrity, your Life insurance ,

hot water heater, sink, FOR RENT schedules. Apply Mrs. South,I I OXLEY FLORIST SCOT 1'i TftAlLER SALES is low compared to either licenses' and permits make up I I pensions, savings and other .
Under v.ica i .... in business
.1.1lgo1fcd
wall-to-wall inlaid linoleum. Under which I am engaged in business and a
train motor coach construction assets,
Keystone Hotel, Oct. 2122. I at 29 North 3rd St. in the City at 2114 ttelve&re Ave., in the or the balance of the collections, I
See it for a bargain. 1% miles 017c 1 of Fernandina Reach Florida. That Qty cf t'eruunuaa Dcucn. 1'icma. cost is so small that a Keatng: said. 2. You weigh your responsibilities .

N. of Hilllard! turn right! at : FURNSHED APT. $50 per I' the party interested in said business That the party: iaiercsUrd in said business whole fleet of hydrofoil? boats II I I : mortgage or rent, education
month. 1740 S Fletcher Ave. c-r..eipnie, is Mrs. Eo'na: C. Willis.4t enlejpriie: is T. C. A ldns. I
Prcan Station. For quick sale I PUBLIC NOTICE 9-2G, 10-3 10, 17 4t 10-3. 10. IT, 24 can be constructed for less thanit One slash pine cone, which emergencies, retirement.I"... :

call Martin Geiger, Phone Ph. 261-3781. tlc I costs to build' few miles of takes two years to mature ylclta: : 3. You learn where you stand. .
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-- NOTICE OF ELECTIONIV
815-371D, ". '* 024e i THREE- ROOM, unfurnished SPECIAL TAX PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE expressway. about 200 seed. 4. You plan for the future.MIKE.

house on Nassau River near I SCHOOL DISTRICT NUMBER 1, I.V TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 0? SALE I America, has lagged in the development
BRAND NEW 753 pounf NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
capacity Terminal Bag. 17945 N. Main. FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OK NOTICE li.: HEREBY UIVEN that of th's type of craft. I
chest type freezer. 1 yearguarantee. I I I The following resolution calling an THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND pIDiL.L. to a iiiul Decree of 1'oie- I ;9 .
Ph. PO 5-4935. tie :'election to be held in Spedal Tux I F NASSAU COUNTY. IN CHAN c. il.&te en.erad in c_use numbered ; Europe has been using them effectively hydrofoil to take them to work. '
$278.00 Call 2014101 ___ __ __ ___ School District No. 1, cf Nassau County
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on I I nn?. CASK NO. 2731 /do. iii tue Circuit; Court of Nassau I for several years. In Parking areas will pernvt themto FIALAJ

: Chucks T.V.S tfc- YULEE UNFURNISHED ,; meeting, Florida.of The was Hoard adcpted: of at Public a regular Instruction CATHERINE SIMFSON R1CHO PlaLUiTf, \.i.aoLy, 'l..riaj, I wiLl neil the properiiiiutea Norway, Germany, Russia, Neth-1 leave their cars which will be I vSfl
-- -- iy : in Nassau County Florida,
PERSONAL Santa; iI really house two bedrooms, newly re- i I of Nassau County. Florida. vs. aescrilxd as follows: erlands and .Italy they are now i I waiting to .take ,them the short I 2615329'A
held at its offices in toe Nassau County Phone
{ 223-5341. NC EDDIE LEE: RICIIO
need a new watch (or Christ decorated. Phone I'I Courthouse 'ernandina leach: DefendantNOTICE Le-gin in Section th 43 E..sL Township 2 serving thousands of commuters 'distance to their suburban home,
lioLeLl -- Rone ana hung Fernandina Beach
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m3 Why not lay it away now FOUR ROOM furnished apart I A.Horlaa.D., zeca.pwfvtrrTr's the. 11th day cf September: TO DEFEND fuiUcr knoua and described: .: SfoLotis and travelers between coastal I' or the little woman can hop in : ..

while the selection is good at .JJn A1 TO: EDDIE LEE IUCHO : Begiminj at Le SuClF. cities. the car and meet them at the doek
ment private entran e. 421 N. "
I IIOF "t In'erc.thn of Old Fernandina
Robison Ir.E I IT ENACTED BY THE BOARD 2201 North 19th Street -- in the matter of minutes. Hal Metropolitan: Life Insurance Co.
? operation
Jewelry Company Rood-2i1j-N .sR3d shown The first American ,
3rd. tie Pennsylvania as I I New York 10, N. V.
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF NASSAU Philadelphia 32.
i \ In ; tnereof O'Neal Htil&U as the. hydrofoil. It's almost h're.
plat
Love Ann. 017c in the".greater _
COUNTY FLORIDA that the You are hereby n.tifed; that a suit began recently -- -- -I-
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rccuroed in 'iat Lock 3 Page 56 ,..__ _., ,,= .:. = = '- -__- -
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t FURNISHED APARTMENT -! County Board shall publish once each in equity has been brought against ot frut&aUCounty New York area cin/ring" pAs1,| ill[
:week for four successive weeks, no by Catherine Simpson Rich in eL uie Puoile .Keco/us ,
DINING lOOM SUITE, mahogany you I
half block of Post Office. Private Florida thence go .StuthW commuted
who formerly ]
Ignore than 45 .days: tfor less than 30 the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit senders
G chairs, buffet and thin, I, entrance, electric kitchen. ![days prior to the d lte set for the b1E n. \ Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit, in fltfe'rees 1: of East oi along 0d UeSoutiitiij i'er- by train, from Port Washington ,
Reasonable. See at 4G S. FfcU ala election! fir Trustees of Special I and for Nassau County. Florida and ri6Jt A" ay '
Alachua. Phone 2G1-51B6 Manhattan.
I 3U or Road for 112.25: feet to tie downtown I
I nanoina L. I. to --
{Tax School District No. One. Nassau you are hereby commanded ordered j :
.. cher. .- 017c I 2G1-4341. tfe I County. Florida, to wit. November 5, I. and required to file your written an paint the:: rignt cf begii..iing of way! of--Old t.:t.ace Fernandina along In Seattle, Northwest Hydro- ;! F I I I ;, u'o
I I--- in inNassau defense the filed
-- -- i J1G63 a newspaper published swer or to Complaint Your
40 ,UP ELE-TRIC:: start Johnson I Read O j! feet to t.e Lands of fo'1 Line3 will soon begin service' .
NEW/FURNISHED house, Yuee.! County FIQ1'ida.itil general herein against you in the above entitled .
dutboard motor run oHv : controlled' keroaene 1 circulation throughout the County, and, I'I 1 Court in the Office of the Cerk: John L. 11"Yest('o09:>r; Tnence f-r W S ut&feet 13 between Seattle and Victoria,
Thermostat deuces ;
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s1 to wit. Fernandina News-Leader the 'of the Circuit Court in and for Nassaui
hours Mr. Connelly, 2GL5751, leat Reasonable rent. After follouirr nntice of election: i iI 'i I County in his office in the Courthouse thence North '.3 degrees :33" West I Canada in puget Sound. They are With ReRi&veftle Clesr Plastic
North 17 '
11 feet thence degrees
tic : i TO ALL WHOM THESE PRESENTSMAY in ernandina T:elI..h.o'lorll.l.: on or ; building a large fleet of 75 pas-
3:30 thru Friday. Ph. < the ofbeslnnu
Monday ? East 2UO feet to pow
.. !I COME: JREETINGS: I I before the 6th day cf November A. D.
-- 225-5357. 017clONJTFURNISIIED YOU WILL PLEASE take notice 1963 and to serve a copy -A rib a ?;; This paicci of land ccn- :Eenger-70 foot boats for opera-
19 Ft. HALF-CABIN-ROAT I that the biennial election for Trustees I swers and defenses upon Albin C. talrng u.o2 acres rr.ore or less. tion between various points on

6i hp Chris-Craft: inboardfiberglass one unfur- of special Tat School District No. 1, Thompson Jr., Plaintiffs Attorney, at bidder public for sale.cash U, at the uie tigiiest main and entrance teal t the Sound. Plans are also underway STORM WBND@V45Jalousie
Nassau County. Florida, which whose address is 303 Atlantic Avenue ;
bottom, with 25; ft nishod apartment, osesnsiJe. 10f district is coextensive with the Ferna.dinEeach;; Ftorida on or before cf toe Narau County Courthouse inFer for hyydrofoil! ferries to operate

shrimp n-r. Will swap for automobile -i Year round. 12G S.. Fletcher. boundaries of Nassau Co:: ty will be I said date as required by the I aJtdin..l Be.ich! iiorida tie, during 28 treieeil ol, between islands: in Hawaii
hours rf saie on : day Door Size $4.25
.'r real estate of eaual held the first Tuesday ar the first i Laws of ,Flurida and tire 1&5I Florida Only
fc thousand
Phone 201-3138. : October. 13C3.: with her
Monday in November 19(3. and on towit. j Rules cf Civil Procedure. If you fail I Florida
value. Phone 2G1-50G3 or 26144C7. .t November 5. A. D., 1963. between | to do so a pecree Pro Confesso wKl! (SEAL) /&/ D. 0. OJCLEVCLELBK mile coastline and numerous
ttc I W. I. McCRANIE several bch. the hours of 7:00 A.M.. and 7CO P.M., 'be entered against you for the relief ; CIRCUIT COURT h decidedlyin Five 1>h
for which! time the school district tax [ demanded in the Coopbint.I I: Ceorge A. SteiogeanalsrSO navigable waterways PORTER & LUVEUyiST
and
YULEE :;.bedroombrfrk heme. apartments cottages I.t is to be voted on es provided by j You are further notified that the na.1 I J.wktooville Lynch Building 2.Attorney Florida the picture as far as future Points 2613068ORDER
winter rentals by day, wee :, .
ture of said suit is Divorce. Tfce name !i for PJJIL'tt of hyydyrofoil trans.portaton -
Vj arrlot.. Immediate occupancy tfc. All qualified electors residing in in I II development --. -
month. Phone 251-4642.(; cf the Court which this suit tov'been : It 1M1! ---- ---er--- '
VA approved. Hance I Special Tax School District No. i of I instituted is. Circuit Court is concerned. | .
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Nassau Courty': Florida whose voting; I I Fourth Judicial Circuit Nassau C' UB- I will hydrofoils help !
Not
only -
Construction Co, Pho&e 231- PRIVATE ROOM with b:1tb.s registration is in said district shall be I ity, Florida. and the abbreviated title i! PUBLIC NOTICE between -' --- ITDON'T --
traffic
5173. Oct 17c block of Post Office. Private entitled to vote in this election. of this case is Richo vs. Richo. It is I' relieve the problem
- -- The natter to be voted on and to bedeterrr.ined hereby ordered that this Notice shs! NOTICE OF SALE I points on the coast, Miami
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261-5186 2GI-
entrance- Phone are: be published once a week for fuir ((4)) i Notice is hereby gives that
HJY A HOMESITE;; on. the Nassau pus: Miami Beach, North and South
first: Who shall be the School Trustees to
4341.: tic consecutive weeks in th? Feraandina suaot to tte iinal decree of forec:;
Him Beautiful nh! of Special Tx School District Beach News Leader, a newspaper of ore and sole entered in the Caus I :Miami to the downtown area, St. lET WATER
K). 1 of Nassr.u County Florida, for t general circulation in said Nassau I in the Ciieuit Court in en:
and -iry :lots at Nassauville. I pending | Petersburg to Tampa Bradenton
VACATION APIS I the emiin two years: the three per. County in Fernandiua Beach. NassauCoucty far NilS.u County, Tlrida. cssdoet
Others with waterfront privil. OCEANFRONT APT. completely! sons receiving the highest vote for I I Florida I; number ?K&, Ex unc rtignci;I i'and' Sarasota but it is expected:

CCTM.' :)ma'l! down payment. furnished. Day week, or monin\ ,, I, be School declare! Trustees School at s:>Trustee H election of shall said I WITNESS my hand and as Clerk of !I Cierk wil! sell the property situated ir I 1 : larger OCfan-go nt: boats will be

Terms to nit Phon francs; F district, provided that ml thano&e said. Circuit Court tl Nassau C-uaty, said County describe as: I capable of carrying
mcref developed
581 S. Fletcher Ave. 2G1-5873,, ; Florida, 'and the sel of the spiel Court. All of tiwt certaiLJot, piece or CATCH YOU '
be for
Trustee shall ejected '
5-2GG& j..ckt\1)! any parrel of land situate, lying and ( several hundred passengers from
EHs POpular : .tf.{I er& residence district for,which' Fernandina Itcaeti: Nassau County ': .
'. ... t ,"' D. the 27th day ci September.'i Uing in toe City at Fern&ndin in 12 hours .
Miami
ville. Tfc i County iJoard. ileaber, Zspxovideci.by j9t ; I New York to .
_t.v_ '. .. I ) .' -, .- > /SfrDO.OXLEY *, I\eeeo. C'utfy of KaKu and !
-----------" NICELY" FURNISHED clear ;,jlaw Pecond: : The number of mills of Clerk of the Circuit r'nrt. State of Florida: and more particularly .. of less., ; r

HOUSE, PLUS extra lot, on State apartment. One bedroom, liv..district school tix to be levied and In and For Nassau Ccunty. 1 described as: The movement of thousands of

Road 200 in Yulee. Pjone) 225. ing room, kitchen, back porch,collected I I....___ e._ annually. ........ ...for..3 ...the.;.,i.next.,........two,' Albin C. At Thompson.Fernandina Jr. Ueach, Florida' I Lot numbered timbered T.-ree Ten((3)'10)of in Illock OAK- commuters and travelers by COLD !
5557. 6. 017c ______ :" ___ __.. _____ .':ft... 5' Wiselw'ot "' L" I II Attorney for Pl intiff. LAWN PARK. UNiT 2. acCordingto hydrofoils will relieve our
the speedy _
garage luxrcjjeni .u view. I B: the tax levy receiving thereof recorded in Plat
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-- -- 303 .Atlantic Avenue. plat
of all votes for tax levies' reduce
1 2 FT. MAHOGANY plywood Year. round. 255 S. Fletcher.017c I cast majority by Qualified electors, or, in cue ; Fernandina Ueach, Florida Hock 3, page 25 of U e public; records over burdened highways,
I 4t 10-3.() 10. 17. 24 cf Nassau CJUr Y. Florida. i the strain of driving and serve
: levy receives majority, that
boat 3 Johnson no one a
hp Champtilt I I with all structures and
I fir together) with the vote!* I Together ]I communit'es! now -
levy which growing
Like Call 261- now and hereafter on j jzaid our
trailer. improvements
$OO! or 2G1-518I5.new. tIc BEACH APARTMENT, furnished. II the cast votes for higher are cast levies:shall a become majority the of PUBLIC NOTICE : Ian!, and fixtures: attached under teriffic transportation: pres I Get Your Tanks

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Year round rental, must the next NOTICE OF thereto and aU rents issues proceeds It won't be too long before
I levY Jar the district for en- SALE sure.
end accruing tnd to I Iitciue II. FUEL
I profits
LARGE: T\VO bedroom -house at be locally empllisei. all of I I thousands of Floridians will be ,.., and' Filled

Five Point. Beautiful !"*.1 month. 278 S. Fletcher tic I II I KO'W.KEREIIY THFREFOnE.GIVEN that under anJ by pursuant; to a Final Decree of Foreclosure I. which are wInded witl.in:: the foregoing !! waiting at the dock for the 8:13:; Redy
entered in ,
I .. cause numbered deseriptra! *ad the beidun 1
with the
f in
Needs repairs. $400 down, $57 virtue 9n4 accordance I 2689, in the Circuit Court of Nassau thereof; also all gas. st 111. electric!
I lf
month. UPPER DECK "11S. Completely "' reoin: relufHi, an election will of County, Florida, I will fell the property I water and other heating cocking! DefIne The
be held the 5th day
furnished} including TV -I I on Tuesday, between thel.v situated in Nassau County, Florida, ''I i refrigerating lighting. pJumbing. venrioting. I
November. A. D. 1163 described as: irn tiitg. and pwer systems WORE IHE WINUR[ RUSH
f and 7:00
AT YULEE Neat two bedroom Phone 2GM118. tIt 1' $ r 7-00 o'clnrk A.M. I AU of that certain lot piece or parcel machines jppliances fixtures ASKINSLAUNDROMAT
School
P M. within said Tax
I Special of land situate lying and being awl apoarteaar which noware .. First Cold ;
Dcy
1 Nc. for the of de-
home. 5000. $500 down, $13.50 District I, purprse in Section Nir" teen (19)) TownshipTwo or inv hereafter pcrtMi ti. or ,. I
who shall be Sen**)! Trustees
4 terrinuuj'
r TWO ROOM furnished apartment
\ onth. I of said Special Tax School District (2) North. Range Twenty-five be used with in, or on said prenUses.
(25) East. County of Nassau. andLlate even though they be detached or detachable.
r1r I and to <"etermine< the camber cf mills of Florida and'more particularly .
8 ROOM 2 BATH house fine, 6 of nllecM! anrwMlv within saH SoecialIn HEATING I t
neighborhood. Can be two a. 'ONE THREE room unfurnished: School District for the next ensuing as follows: Beginning at the S. W. I best bidder for cash between the FREE COFFEEFor PROBLEMS ?
corner, of the S. E.t cl the S. W. hours of eleven oclcek in the fere-
house. and main j
artmtnts. $tSO -,- $500 dawn two years for support '
4 of said Section Nineteen U9; noon and two o'ckck in the afternoon
te nf school according to and in
$50 a month for 12 years. -tt e'VIhrmitv'ft"nf'e with all matters aCJ thingsin thence North Eighty-eight degrees on the Pill. day of Octrber. 19 3. at Our CustomersMrs.
t # to H. F. SAHLMAN the foreoin resolution) stated and FiftY Minutes East (N sa degrees I the Frcrt Doer at the Nassau County : SEE OUR EXCELLENT LINE 'OFQUAKER
of SO El) along the South line of said Courthouse in Fernandina Beach.
$250 DOWN $CS.month buys PHONE 261-3221 I with tb* Stite the (cf'nnrituti-Florida. and Statutes Section Nineteen 19) a distancerf I Florida. Kathrvn AbelsAttendant

.1 masonry, three bedroom home, DMfd rt P-num" nReach.. Nassau Three Hundred Twenty-three and 'I (COURT ALJs/ P. O. OXLEYi t
Twenty.four }hundredths: (33i1 i Clerk of the Circuit Cnurt
YEAR P.OUND two bedroom County Florida. this 11th day of SeP: HEATERS.t
below at $9 feet to ', Watts, Clarke and HamiltonAttys.
priced replacement "* a point on the West side of Jennings
temb" A. n. 1 1THS Street
515 South Eighth
775. furnished or unfurnished apart. WD OF PUF.UC IN. a dirt road; thence North Seven : .

F ment on beach. Phone 2G1-3733, UmON OV NASSAU degrees Ten :Minutes (N 7 degrees 1 It 10-17. ..
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COUNTY. flORIDA 10' El) alone said dirt roa". a distance I -
t DOWN $G150 Howard Hammond. 224 S. Fletcher of One Hundred Sixty-five I ---
$350
ONLY a flY Fr nk E. Walters. Its Ii
and two Tenths (165.21 feet to i
tic Chairman a

month room -Buys two small bath home.three Pan bed ATTEST!erinfirjjpnt: John' T. Weisn of Public Point degrees; thence Fifty Minutes South Eighty-eight West IS 83 II I 'Pn _. "SEE C. B.'Pete' Good

eled living room. Fire place UNFURNISHED 3 rooms, Instmotion T"T Nassau degrees 50' W) a distance of Three .
Hundred rty-eight and T\ o I ,
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bath. Apply 111 South Fifth StOl7p County, Florida
r 4t &-6. 10-3. 10. 11 I Tenths (348.2) feet to a noint on ONLYYOU .
the West line of the said r: utbeastPmrter I IHGRAW"FOR
John T. Ferreira & Son of the Southwest Ouarer

50ft Atlantic Avt. lbon. '2'1.\)11: PUBLIC NOTICE IcE' of SW>4) of said Section CAN
WANTEDWANTED Nineteen (19); thence Swtlj One I Housekeeping
Notice i* hereby gives that the un Degree Tbir1YM lutes East
: THREE BEDROOMS, 2 baths, dersigned. pursuant: to the "fictitious- IS! 3T El alow* the said line of Real Estate
I breakfast nook, dining room I Name Statute.' Chanter: No. : 953, SF.IJ of th* SW% nf said Section I PREVENTFIRBSI
cedar line] j 3 BEDROOM house, Lan of Flcrida 134J: as .aowuletf by Nineteen 419) a distant .'f One Life Insurance -
Jarg family room .i IQapter No. 2G7GO. Laws: of Florida Han"' rttl Sixtv-thwe and Forty-five : j
I storage room, large double gar unfurnished in luce neighborhood 1 1951 being Section US.09. Florida Hundredths U63.45) feet to the I FOREST Retirement Income Gas. .1

ace. covered patio. Lot 136 x 194.J803 by permanent resident. Statutes v.Ul register uith the Clerk Pqint of Be: nn nS. TM avclf teidentI1ospitaliz.1tion .
nf the Circuit Court in and for Nassau l3irt contains one and Twenty-six Health & I
0. Box
Beech St. Phcne 2G1-4167. Boyce Howell, p. J3917, f Counlw, Florida, upon receipt ol proofof }Huodredths ..UIJ) acres. more or '
tlc Ganesville, Franklin 6-2302, oj publication of this notice the fic- less. .

-' S. B, Howell 1839 Lilly Rd., titfcus mroe. to-wit: st Public s*. to the highest and best Medical 'j
: Western Auto Associate Store bidder lit cash at the rin entranre Major 1L1r
COXCRETE BLOCK & BRICK Jacksonville, Fl 9-6175. 017c Under which I am engaged in bufi-I of the Nasssu County Courthouse tnFernandina :JSMOUY Monthly Iflrome Co1 (
THREE BEDROOM homes on ness at South Bth St.. ia the City of Beach. Florida during the Disability
Fernandina leach, Florida. That the legal hours of sale on the 28 day of
WANTED THINKING
your approved lot NO MONEY I men party interested in sail business enterprise. October 1963. L. L. BOHANNON YULEE, FLA. I
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Down $59 per month. For who shop ahead for ChrUtmas.Robison is Walter D. South. (SEAM /$/ D. 0. OXLEY i
information without obligation hasa 4t:6.. 10-3. 10. 17 CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COUR'J'GtiWte
more Jewelry Company _
INSURANCE \
A. Stel annisKOLjpch A Complete Line Of Appliances.
Write QUALITY wonderful, wide assortmentof Kuilding .

P. 0. Box and for 'all Jacksonville 2. Florida Phone 261.5269 i
HOMES, Oceanway, gifts jewelry Trade At Home ... iI

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Page Fourteen News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, October 17, 1963 .off the market. They lied in claiming .. r
they could build muscles,
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treat unhealthy gums and decayed Liver OK's Food Before
Junior HighLightsBY rn.Y y.'Y; teeth, supply protein, promote .
I. : long J life, stop sinusitis, tubercnloi For The Homemaker

CAROLYN BREEDEN YSi KEUP is, ejkts.was choked One super-dropr off because vitamin it-I I \' The Body Utilizes It. '


Hello, I Mason Bean, president; Jim contains a food additive considerfrl j4 : By The liver is the largest organ in the body. Few realizf-S its
unsafe. Another this will
The Junior High Pirates are I Burns, vice president; Carolyn Mrs. N. Harrison importance. In embryonic development of the bod) the brain and
,. !sluing riady for Breeden, secretary; and Wayne "i/J!/ ,.' I positively rock you! was a mul- ,, t,f a Mary nervous system were formed first, then the liver, the heart, etc..
their first big i Uffelman, treasurer. ti tiple mess of an elixir for kids / It seems nature formed! in sequence the various organs as to
I airs adults ai.xaing to prevent $ : Home Demonstration Agent their relative importance.With .
r l ttlame tonight incity Committee chairmen are: Lot I
( fray hair, failing memory, lusterless -:i ,, the exception of a few substances, everything taken.
ball I tie
_. P4lU! Lathrop, entertainment; Linda eyes, irritability; tied! with' by the mouth is absorbed from the intestines and transported
iark. VOUNGER ,
._ Jones, decorations Mark I Ii i
%. t; ; the lure to promote intelligence, I w 'II directly to the liver, there to be acted upon or purified. The
'i.; f h e Piratesay i' Bean, and CetI
clean-up repairs: -
; unusable taken the bladder and
reproductive enthusiasm, etc. Sweater time is here again. i When an asphalt tile floor i products: are by gall dumped
\ : they ate go. I vera Ferreira, rerreshments; back into the intestines to be expelled. Substances injected thru
ng to "show"I Janis Parker, membership; and Out come stored sweaters; often I I won't shine !after being waxed, the skin go directly to the heart before being acted upon by the
aeen Cove. Carolyn Breeden, publicity. uWt Ue&tA mt WHAT CAN YOU DO? it is found that new sweatersare incomplete rinsing may be the : Iher.
Don't fall for frauds! Don't needed. When purchasing; culprit. Always follow suds- : and
& rood Luck Boys! : These officers and chairmen The nervous system coordinates regulates the functionsand
: The cheerleaders I! waste your money! Today we've sweaters, it is often hard to decide scrubbing with thorough rinsing;''! blood supply of the liver. As the chiropractor works direct
are to participate > are helping to sponsor a Hailo- DO.VT FALL FOR FRAUDS! got plenty of solid helps avail. which kind that fits our then let the floor get completely ly with the nervous system, many stubborn cases of liver
in a "pep" rally today at i ween Dance, October 25, 7:00- A friend in- Florida says you able to everybody! Even industryis need. We consider cost, fiber, I' dry both before and after I II I trouble respond under his care.
10:00: p.m. The boys are to wear wrote a column about swindlerswho willingly]]! stepping in to stop style, trim, type care needed. To- I waxing. I
seventh period, this should arouse white shirts and ties. The
I girls prey on the elderly. You the plunder of the helpless con- day many beautiful wool, and 1----1
the "old team spirit. are to wear school clothes, no helped! her recover $150. Wherecan sumer. Yes, Texas Great-Grand- wool and fur blends are on the Hours .

The Sub-Teen Club elected officers I culottes! I get a copy of that column! mother the rodent-infested market. These sweaters are relatively -I SPREAD OR Bathrobe can be A Mon. Wed., Fri. '
Friday night. They are: Only paid members will be ad. Mrs. Henry S. Racine, Wise. wheat that was confiscated was expensive, require dry converted into an excellent duster 9
mitted. Those who wish to be- There's a Z-Ray machine that eventually converted into animal cleaning or special hand wash- for ceilings, walls, and mold. 9-12 & 2.6 ,
come members and attend the expands the atoms in the bod/ feed. Hard steps are being takento ing. Be sure to follow]] the care
i, dance may pay their membership Costs $50. Is it worth it? help everybody Stop, Look and suggested by this label. A white ings.Cut out two rectangles, stitchup : 131 Kings Street

Grass ; fees at the door. Oscar, Teutopolis, IlL Listen! What's the first thing to I sweater will turn light yellow three sides, and run a draw-I I Phone 729-x611
Rye 'I Report cards are to be given I see that a million pounds of do? CHECK FOR TRUTI Investa with age. Wool is naturally a string around the opening so I I ?
out Monday. I'm sure many stu- foodstuff was seized by the government i 5-cent stamp on a letter to jour creamy color, so do not expect a Kingsland, Georgia
that it will fit :
snugly
over a
dents are looking forward to this Some was wheat infestedby city's Better Business Bureau or I wool sweater to be "white-white". I
Seed :1 I event. insects. How can we find out I Chamber of Commerce. Follow I The cream color of this natural l i II I broom. After each use, be sure!

| They are anxious to see what what to avoid? I have 50 grandchildren through to the National Better wool or aged white sweater is i to launder this '"slipcover" duster DR. C. R, CROCKER DR. T. A. OWEN

1 they have achieved the first six and greatgrandchildren.Texas I Business Bureau, 230 Park Ave., lovely and is quite popular this in hot soa or detergent suds I

Onion | weeks. Grandmother. I I New Ycrk City. Ask your city or year as "egg-shell". ,I and rinses. Kingsiond Chiropractic Clinic
These are borne recent letters county Health Department. Another popular fabric this
I Friday is Fair Day and there
that prompt me to Tell All, again! If you get a fake ad in the mail year is Orion Sayelle or Orion
j will be school Some students "Associated with Owen
no ChiropracticClinic
I Even flat finish will
Sets I will travel by school bus and I I'm glad to get these reactions.Pull recruiting you for high-paying I Sayelle Acrylic (they are the a paint
: others with family or friends to i )) up a chair and let's share I "homework" following]] your purchase same). This is a bi-component develop slight gloss after be of Jacksonville'L.. _
I some more straight talk. The of equipment, report it to structure. It has a "built-in" residency ing washed or sponged with soapor r -
Callahan, which ever I I
way you ..
: decide to have a nice time! Florida column was written for a your Postmaster. Every month the that is found inVool.. .. detergent. suds. .. .
go +
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Hm'dee Bros. See next week! magazine to show how to protect I U. S. Post Office Information ( This fiber will wash in luke .
i I you ourselves from being bilked out of : Service issues a recrrd of arrt'Sts'l, warm water and will return to JIt.

freshen hard rolls French one billion dollars a year. In hard prosecutions, convictions and illegal its original size and shape. It I j ., .., .'9' "."
Atlantic Ave. bread To brush: cold water on, crusts. cash! j promotions suppressed by i iI should not be dry cleaned. Nylon j ., ";'_".,:.,.;.'.. .,.. .' .., 'ft ti.: i' l' -: ll n:>' w...':..' :%..:.- ._ < ..:.._... *\. 1

Place in 350 degrees F, oven until As you all know, the U. S. Sen- i the i Postal Inspection Service and I has a "crimp" fiber which also fr- -.1 .

Harry Poole, Mgr. I crisp again, about 10 minutes. 'I ate Special Committee on Aging Office of the General Counsel, on imitates this natural residency of II yOUR Of i 4r
Cool before slicing. with chairman Sen. Pat MeNama- use of the mails to defraud! wool. DOES K

_. ------- -- -- -- ---- I ra held hearings on fakes, quacks, A final note: free of charge is All man made fibers should be *1 a
I frauds, "cures", liars, cheats, the FDA Memo for Cfasumers to washed in luke warm water. Remove ENGINE STUTTER
swindlers, thieves and health rac- post office people on the truth. any buttons or trim that
keteers. Shocking was the revelation I I!, might not wash well When wash- FALTER
The FDA also ksues i a Report on ,
I that the elderly are the chief I I Enforcement ani Compliance list I ing these fibers in a washing : 3 JHRK, jj'

'victims of quacks. Older personsare ing names and products that ViOl. machine (on the low temperature I STALL? IVI .j

robbed of one quarter of a ate the laws! The address: Consumer -,. setting) put them in a mesh OR
million dollars every year on I Education Branch, Food bag or a pillow] case and fasten I A. ;
fake "cures" for arthritis and ; and Drug Administraticn, Washington I the top so the sweater will not I GET f TUNE-UP
T, ki rheumatism. It's understandable. 25, D. C. tumble out. This will protect the I
Desperate for relief from pain, ok 6 ft sweater from pulling and stretch- r
I folks lost good judgment. But SO YOU WANT AN APART- ing which can affect its shape.It .
I what beats me is why they fall NEXT\ is best to wash these manmade i Only 'A 1i

for so much junk. No, Oscar; the, I follow your articles in the I fibers lay them out on a I I
,. Z-Ray machine is as worthless as Home Owners Guide here. We I towel, gently press into shape,
i i the "Oxydonor" first peddled in sold our house in the Mor'chesdistrict and leave to dry. After drying, : *
i arthritis "cure" or '' the sweater may be pressed with
: 1892 as an : and are interested in' 66 zut'
I the "Atomotronc" for $300 that's i learning about apartments for II'II'i an iron set on the synthetic read I ) / .

barely more than some panes of I senior' citizens. Thought you ing. t',4 ,
; t'W"LLtu III colored glass and a couple of might be able to put us in touch 'I''I'I Should you send the sweater | <\i any sixcylinder A1 V'i l

glass jars. They've been exploded I with someone furnishing suchservices. to the dry cleaner, be sure toi I J car /f J
l/ I'I as outright fakes! I.caution him about the fiber con.
I r wr :r Mrs. A., Center Moriches, L I. I tent. If you do not your sweater j ; U any eight f
I often is processed as if itj 888
FAKE MACHINES In my previous column just I > cylinder car_
I were wool, thus it is pressed :
There's also the quackery ".ith' before this one, I gave a summary "
with a steam press after clean- i> Parts extra If needed
machines that claim: to restore on seniors' apartments. I
I I ing. This in the manmade
puts creases
I Did read it ? I also wrote
manhood" wipe
"lost awaywrinkltS you yet '
But Mom develop luscious female -I you a personal letter. If you I fibers that cannot be re-I,',
Pop's just moved. Often it also causes
'themto I
curves or cure cancer have more questions, pitch ,
with hocus-pocus lights and soft I' me in the next mail. You'll stretching. f WE DO ALL THIS.
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Along with the sweater weather ; \ .
music. Yes, we've got real mirac- also get much useful and important
going into the next room les in scientific medical instru- information frrm some comes storage time for summer -i '
ments, but we've also got a real of the booklets offered free as clothing. When storing, ,
new problem. What is it? The compliments of this column. away summer clothes be sure :' 0. Clean and adjust Check coil and

miracle machines give charlatans' they are clean. If they need to : condenser
Replace' thai wall furnace with a cD I new bright ideas for their own PACK A BAG be dry cleaned or laundered, do spark plugs *'

fake machines; and make it eas- I tell my husband we should so. It is best not to starch the I' ;# '
Weathermaker Furnace for whole-house comfort ier for the public to believe in travel when he retires in a few { laundered clothes. Press them toi I II I' r @ Clean and
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i wrinkles, fold neatly. Put : generator
them. This statement comes months. Have you got any information remove
Food and retirees plan I tissue paper along sharp folds if : set points and
straight from the Drug on how many I voltage
L 4 0. Reese Plumbing & Heating Co. Administration! trips? Help me convince him. I desired and store away in a'
i .r' *' 6 I'm tired of staying home. drawer lined with paper. Use : \ Set timing regulator '. .
FAKE VITAMINSJust Mrs. T. T., Duluth, Minn. brown paper bags for this or ,
"We Service We Sell" plastic from cleaning bags. Be ,
Everything fer
eight "geriatric" vit The best time to plan retirement -
amins now and "mineral capsules"were is when you're 40. But sure the area and garments are '( 0 Adjust carburetor Check batt rTirestoPt Y
1101 South 8th Street Phone 26U892 scratch :.quite dry, for mildew is a problem | .
,
that suddenly : "'
seized by the governmentfor now jou're t. : .r1. { J : j' T : 1iy\t'f.'Af:; \ { :1l< YkT ;
around looking for some fun in this area.
false claims. thrown ing
They were :
-- -- ---- (and you're right!) here's a j Another idea for clothing protection -
feed husband. Tell;i is to wrap your wire coat
quickie to your ; NEW
him that travel plans outrank anything hangers with strips of plastic TREADSAPPLIED

: w *>>'*:' vWv.v' else for retirees in Minnesota -:from cleaning bags or plastic :
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I ON SOUND TIRE BODIES:; OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES
ajl Missouri and No. Dakota! : bags used in packaging clothing.1i '

: 1 !:<;: \ :;;1ii Ii This is authentic. My statistics i! This prevents the rust! spots so \ WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE
'fx from the prrject report on I often left on clothes by hangers.
: come I
..::....11 .. ....w"w".fifjl. 11 Narrow or Wide Design,
":::::: ';;: ::",:;; ; : ;.:: Aging' in the Upper Midwest" by I IIi S

::;; t t'* ; Community City, Mo. Bound Studies to, impress Inc., Kansas him, across ics of swindlers the country and scare land us frauds, selling s Tubeless I ,or Tube-type /\ for

; !!; ;;::: 'I'r' Ii yes? swamps and dry desert as U Our New Treads, identified by Medallion and shop mark at
: : 1 : I Itr "retirement parad.ses" at $10 I GUARANTEED 4 9
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::1Pr :;; I'M SO BORED! I down and $10 a month. We always 1. Anbut defect In workminshlp and material darter lift of tnal 4 9
2.
i, I'm an old widower. I suppose craved to own land for investment tend AninU la everyday normal road paunzer hazard ear except use for repairable 12 monlhj.punctura) ncoua

:.' <...... ....... ......, .,................ .................................. ............ .. .................. < | there are lots of things I could do or retirement, later for: Bepjatemeau prorated on treafad baud ea lilt prlcn eurmt
... .......... ..... .....................,..........................._............."........,..<.......... ....... ,. ............ ( : for diversion, but nothing appeals a nice legacy for our children. Can [at time of adluatn eat. ,
I ::Wi i:: A ; ';t 9' to me. If boredom is lack of interest you recommend, instead, abso nTf a Plus tax and 4 trade-In fires
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4 l : I[ in anything, then 'I'm terribly lutely guaranteed investments? .r
:;:}' i.f: : tf! !h l.LJ I' bored. I don't like it, either.I Doubting Thomas, F'I: ,ISE' ;QAR '$,AFETV; ,C'HSOKlV.
of help Y.
words N.
Have some Springwater,
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Jj'ii'\y..J\ ):! :t Bored Pop, Hawley, Pa. antee I'd be 1,000% elected president -
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.:.:......:......... ............. -- .......:. Last week I was on a panel discussion of the N. Y. Stock Exchange! I T
t of "Loneliness Bore- Two big states getting a black I L4LJJ! !

: 4\: ::t\tt'r\ :Ii .. ; dom Frustration.boredom" One speaker eye for "land swindles" were doesn't Arizona to x
\ with us described as you 1 1I and Florida. But this \ CAR
.. .. ...;\a j; C) i! do, as "lack of interest". But I mean all Arizona is arid desert 41' i1.
'\)..(I:;::::t. 's tj: ?' ,'I would go a step beyond and point' million miles from the nearest fi' CR1
:: i \ ::;:" out that true boredom revolves : water-hole. Neither is all Florida If e ,
.:: i jl ) r around complete the chin.
; relentlessly a deep in swamp up to I
\......:.........:.:.. 0 ...... zero. It is the utter absence of a Those stories did good: they thow- I
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(\ ..:::: m mB I feeling of expectancy not having ed you how to guard against
,':';':':':.':':':':': j anything to look forward to or ; frauds! I
G ;;:::::::::; ; I. to anticipate. Plenty of us have 'I II Best of all, Florida the na I
a lack of interest in plenty of tion's second biggest retirementstate I m
cJ\ :1:1@IWJi11; I things that interest others. This(I took instant steps to IL I 1 *
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.:: : normal! down land fakes. To '
is crack protect
M' 00 ERN -... :!!:iS: !_t :!;! I A sure cure for boredom is to ,: the public on Florida's reput- ,. ,.. h : rtd ,

.- .......................". inject a lift into living. It's a Do- able land-sales companies immed- "
':.:..':... I It-Yourself plan! One man I know iately created a healthy "police
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i has forced himself to fasten organization of members. Next I VRm W 'yp
something into each week for him the Florida Legislature passed :
You Just Can Not Seat !! to look forward to! He started by an Act to create the Florida In- I

buying a month's tickets to a stallment Land Sales Board. The I .
THRIFTY ELECTRIC HEAT I weekly movie. Next: season tickets Board went into action September I .1
to concerts Next: he began 1 as a state agency requiring registration i yr4.. y..9 ,it r4 !
writing letters to family mem- I with them by all persons : ./ ; e
ELECTRIC HEAT PUMP i is by far your best bers he hadn't seen in years. Expectantly -I engaged in the land development

I he found himself waiting business. This means that an \ L. DU nOSE, MASTER MECHANIC IS AN EXPERT IN THE USE OF OUR
value No flames
in fumes. No
heating. or for their letters, then visits : eagle eye is kept on all land advertising -
.. MODERN AND EFFICIENT TESTING EQUIPMENT
flues heat the to him. Now he joined a civic com- i too! Deal only with reputable -
or vents to waste up chimney. I'
mittee that meets weekly. What's I land companies. I have a

: And your heat pump even cools you more comfortably I my point? We humans cannot recommended list of 55. Do you I

in Summer, too. Come in and I let us I!iOh survive, we without survive some But stimulation.I wouldn't I'want it? 6 $ *

: help plan your heating and cooling system.Florida ( ,I call it living, would you? I'd like to NEED HELP ON A PROBLEM Tirefoti BEACH SUPPLY
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hear from you again, on what you Write to Helen Alpert, Na
'! figured out for yourself. We'd all tional, Senior Center, Lehigh
like to know ; Acres, Florida or in care of this .j.i

Public (Utilities/ Co. OUCH! INVESTMENT. SWINDLES (newspaper. Write today for the ;
free list of the many booklets and I 1 118 Atlantic Avenue Phone 2614482r'.T. -

I My wife and I wanted to buy I services available to you, cQuxpUlvnti -
lead (or foYcsttat&t, 1uthe store ol ttlj column,

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