Fernandina Beach news-leader
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Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: October 24, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024610
oclc - 33142109
notis - AFA6512
lccn - sn 95026706
System ID: UF00079912:00043
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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if Don'f MISS/ The Halloween Carnival At City Ball Park Saturday Night /i i

.:: Over A Century Your Best Medium :,

Of Service Jernanmna us-teaher For Loco I News !

i, In Nassau County; (t1' And Advertising i iI i i I

Since 1858 Absorbed by Purchase Merger or Succession The Florida News Tie East }Floridian The Peninsula The rernanoma Courier me Island City FeraaiWna ooserver Fernandina Express The Fernandina New, The Florida Mirror The Nassau County Star The News The Fernandwa Record I
Fernandina News-Record. Nassau County Leader. The Outlook The Florida-Georgia News The Fernandina News The Buccaneer.'f I


, Favored Maulenny At 2 WEATHER p.m., EST, the BULLETIN Miami Weather : --- -rr, I

Pirates Scuttle '
; hurricane Bureau"Ginny"treated at the 29.9 eye North of Community Chest. United Fund

and 79.9 West or SO statute

Will Play In Sante Fe Friday Night miles latest East advisory cf St.said Augustine.: The
"The hurricane continues a '
Northwestward movement at ap- Campaign Off To Fast Start I

---- ---- -- BY CURT GORDON i proximately 8 miles per hour,

I The Fernandina Beach Pirates 1 although it has shown a slight
came up with a good game last I turn to the North. However at
jt1,214h!1 9 i ; Friday night to win over thej t t I this time the turn cannot be The Eighth Annual Community

; Macclenny Wildcats, 136. The : conclusive due to short length of I Cheat-United: Fund campaign for
: y game opened in a fast pace with > tracking movement. Hurricane Nassau County officially began
each team scoring in the first iI i Watch remains in effect from Tuesday morning with a "kick-

lO I period of the game. Fernandina 1 Daytona Beach, Fla. to Savan- off" breakfast at Seaside Inn. I

i : scored again in the second per I i nah, Ga. Over 50 civic and business leadersin
I iod to give the Pirates what "All interests in the area a the county were in attendance.
proved to be the winning touch- !' should remain in close contact President John Williams conducted -

down. I I with radio, press or Civil De :< the meeting, which began
I Chip Wood kicked off to Mac I fense." with an invocation by Rev. Don
clenny to open the ball game and I Himmelman of the Prince of
From latest
reports it seems the Wildcats moved from their Peace Lutheran Church.
that we'd better batten down the
own 20 to their 35 before Barry I P-TA Sponsored Williams gave a brief outline of
hatches for and tom
or-I Rice recovered a Macclenny the drive and of the agencies
row. Ginny seems to be about fumble to give the Pirates theI I benefitting annually from the

capricious as was Flora although ball on the visitor 46 yard line. Carnival Set ForSaturday fund campaign. He listed .thisyear's
not nearly as intense a hurricane.!I
1 Ray Rowe ran for 5, then 4''' ..t goal as $17,606.12 and urg-
Although Ginny doesn't appear as before Wayne Arnold made a : ed the area workers to make their
yet to have highly destructive
first down on the Wildcat 20. I ;; contacts as soon as possible.Ira .
winds, it's always better to play'
Arnold rammed for one, then 2'' : Hall was presented by Wil-
safe and be prepared. Keep your the Spooks and Hobgoblinswill u liams
and Richard Schomas 6 before I Vob as drive chairman for the
self posted on the position and Ned Tyson ran to the Wildcat 8 be out at City Ball Park on : 1964 campaign. Hall assigned the
act accordingly. HAYDON BURNS, of Saturday evening when the Fer-
mayor for a first down. Schomas ram various business areas to the
Jacksonville, will be guest med for six and Tyson went the nandina Beach Junior High-Ele workers in attendance and armed
The 1964 Community, Chest. speaker at the annual Chamber men tar] P-TA will hold its annual each
,; last 2 for the score. Wood kicked I with pledge cards and a
United Fund campaign was "kick- of Commerce banquet Thursday, Halloween Carnival from 5 .
the extra point and Fernan quantity campaign brochures.
j ed-off" Tuesday morning and Oct. 31. at 7 p.m. At the meet dina enjoyed a 7.0 lead with until 9 P.M. ; Bill Hogan reported that advance
workers are now soliciting funds: ing new 'officers and directors! about 5 minutes remaining in The big poster contest conducted : gifts total $3200 or 18%
to make the drive an early suc for the coming year will be in. the first half I I j for the school students was : of the campaign's goal. Hogan and

cess. Give now and generously to stalled. The banquet will be held Macclenny must have been a I advance notice for the big attrac- George Fox are co-chairmen of

1 the worthy agencies who benefit. in the Junior High little peeved at the Pirate score ; tion. the advance gifts committee.
; Anyone who is not contacted by a
rar.lorin"'l as they took Wood's kickoff on1 Winners in the competitionwere Williams praised this committeefor
worker and who is desirous of ', .
their own 20 and returned to j : grades one and two Carmie the sum they have raiseTandurged
giving is urged to mail in his Merchants Discuss
their 40. Terry Tharpe made Hull, 1st; John Adler, 2nd; Billy ... :.'. the workers to follow the
contribution. Mailing address is none, then ran for a ,first downon Lee, 3rd; (grades 3 and 4)) David : same pattern in their individualareas.
& Community Chest-United Fund. Christmas the 50. A couple of plays Russell,* 1st; David Hardee, 2nd; : .
r 1 Fernandina Beach, Fla. Lights, later Jimmy Morris tossed to !I i Debbie Snowden, 3rd; (grades 5 ,* JOHN WILLIAMS, president of the Nassau County Community Chest-United Fund,

' ; '* Steve Godwin who zig-zagged his and 6)) John Brobston, 1st; Janie I is shown welcoming campaign workers to the "kickoff breakfast Tuesday morningat The breakfast j is staged 'each

1 There are three important Closing HoursDirectors way across the Pirate goal for a Stouffer, 2nd; Cindy Fowler, 3rd; Seaside Inn. Seated at head table are Ira Hall, drive chairman, and Mrs Jon 1 year Foundations.by the Concora and Rayonier
voted in the Representing the two
amendments to be on (Continued on Page Six) (grades 7 and 8)) Eddie Hardee, I' athan Hill, CC-UF executive 'secretary.XXX .
Nov. 5 election. I am in favor' of 1st; and Gale Holton, 2nd. X X X i i sponsoring groups were R. E.
all three and in next week's issuewe of the Fernandina Phinney and Bryan Rauschert.
Beach Merchants Association,; Spaghetti Supper Contest judges were: Mrs. S. : 'S. Phinney
will list the amendments and CD Prepares For 'I general manager of
reasons why they are desirable. meeting Tuesday in regular Feature of P-T A Charles Bryan, Mrs. J. B. Britton, : the local mill division of Container .
monthly session, made plans' for and Mrs. Hal Belcher. I Hurricane ThreatCoL
Make your plans now to get out t I Corporation of America
on Nov. 5 and vote. i Christmas lighting in the down.i' Hallowe'en Carnival (Continued on Page Six) and the moving force in orprgj I
own area and set up hours for I I Walter J. Preston, Nassau i ing the CC-UF in Nassau County,
losing during the A special feature of the gala County Civil Defense Director, : called
Last Friday night's footbal' :! holiday shop Clements Funeral was on by Hall and he dt- I
ping season. P-TA ,Halloween Carnival scheduled notified the News Leader this afternoon livered a brief "pep talk" to the I
game was a thriller and one of I Saturday evening. ber' shortly
Qtt after the" Miami I
workers. i
President Burns I
i... the cleanest games I have evei Bailey reported r 26iat the City Ball .Park, vrflU Weathef Bureau's 2 advisory I I
; p.m.
Held (
that b met officials Here Monday jon PageSix)
'. even to be **3b closr/ contested.The vith.city B'l.dt spaghetti r I
a supper. that CD radio stations
i CN.'d
a representative of the Florida *, .
r focal team had been pickedto .. : VT ? *
Public Utilises Co. and that plans Spaghetti, salad and bread will j) x { ..k kit throughout the county had been t'
deserves i
end and
finish on the losing
i were worked out whereby the I be served to adults for .75c and Funeral services were held manned and auxiliary'power units I City Commission
lot of credit for its fine .
: a
at the Five Points Baptist
e ights could be installed and taken to children for .50c. Serving will Monday were in operation at Civil Defense
performance. But there is also lown at a reduced figure from begin at 5 p.m. and continue Until Church for Mrs. Lera Fay headquarters and the! local radio i i
I another group of local student revious 9. i Clements, 53, a native of Eman-; station. Hears Discussion \
1 I that are winners at every game years. f uel County, Ga. Rev. Harris "Hurricane Watch" has been
not thtacr The directors voted to purchase The dinner will be prepared and' "::3 ,., ,
I even tough they may get : Touchton officiated assisted by
posted for the area and all CD
served at the refreshment stand MON
Building Code
I / accorded a gridiron a limited number of additional !'Rev. J. W. Keene. I' is
personnel on 24 hour alert,
hero. iN'ameiy, tiPint* marching Worations to replace those dam. at the park by mothers of Mrs.Lee's Interment followed at Bosque Preston advised. .
: turns in (Continued Six) 6th grade, Mrs. Payne's 5th MONDAY MORNING this met at Seaside Inn -
band. This superb group on Page Bello Cemetery. group I' Tides were reported five feet Melton Yelvington, of Sartford-,
: halftime performances on a par grade and Miss Hitchcock's 1st Mrs. Clements is survived by: to discuss the individual campaigns of the three largest above normal at 2 p.m. and Pres. attended the City Commission

with the largest schools in.thE. St. Michael's arcsHallowe'en grade.The public is cordially ,invitedto three daughters, Mrs. Annette local industries. In foreground is Oris Higginbotham I ton said that from all indicationsthe meeting last night and told the

state. My own personal accoladefor the 'carnival and the Coffman, Mrs. Charlene Fulgumand and reading clockwise around table are J. H. LaChance, I school disaster shelters wouldbe members of the Southern Build.

the Jonathan band members HilL and Band CarnivalThe family for a spaghetti to supper.bring Miss Linda Clements, of Fer Charlie Berry, Pat Ray, Bryan ,Rauschert, resident manager 1 j open tonight.A ing Code of Congress, of which he
master nandina Beach; two sons, Frank meeting of the Civil Defense is vice president.
annual St. Michael's School of Rayonier, John Williams, plant manager,.at Term
; Halloween Carnival will be held Forrest Oiburh'sFather and William Kirkland, Jackson. inal Paper Bag Co., and President of the CC-UF for 1964, Council was scheduled forI p.m. Yelvington, who had met earlier .
This;! is Freedom Week., Yesterday ville; four sisters, Mrs. Matie Lee in the day with Director of
Thursday evening, October 31, atSt. Ray Shrigley, Ken Forehand, Harry Taylor, John .Hooper
was United States Day and Michael's Dies In Morris, Fitzgerald, Ga., Mrs. Car I : Clarifies I Public Works Jim Beard and local
Hall at Registrar
today is United Nations Day and 5:30: beginning rie Edwards, Stillmore, Ga., Mrs. and Dillllogan.Judge contractors, said that the Con.
$ the Woman's Club has made sure ,: p.m.there Atlanta, GeorgiaFriends Gertie Allen, Swainsboro, Ga., I Registration CardsMrs. gress is '& service organization. He
c that we did not forget it. That will be a Cake Walk with and Mrs. Lacy Poole, Uvalda, Ga.; listed it as municipally owned in
JI group pointed out that their Uie usual array of delicious homemade I of Mr. and ''Mrs. For three brothers, Willie Kersey, Edwin Jones Awards $367,593 Marie B. Struss, Nassau that the various cities and towns

theme i is "Knowledge, Brotherhood cakes, a Fish Pond, Penny I rest Ozburn, owners and opera Orlando, R. S. Kersey, Charlotte, Supervisor of Registration, said I who belong furnish the money
and Freedom are the Step- foss, Horse Rides, and many I tors of the Sandbar at Amelia N. C., Hoke Kersey, Houston, this week that there have been 1, with which it is operated.
ping Stones: to Peace." They also they booths to entertain both the City will regret to hear of the I Texas; and nine grandchildren.Active In Largest Nassau Single JudgmentOn some questions on registration After Yelvington had acquaint.

noted that their programs lend oung and the old. death of his father, W. R. O burn, pallbearers were Carl cards. To clarify the matter, she ed the Commission with just what

I themselves to "Adventure in Booths will feature hamburg Sr., Saturday in Atlanta Ga. Green, J. W. Smith, Claude Win- last Thursday in Circuit lei l action in the Nassau Count/I issued! the following release: membership involved, E. V. Gar

Growth Through Education", and :rs, hot dogs and pie. Mr. and Mrs. Ozburn left Sun gate, Charlie Reinhold and W. M. Court here, Judge Edwin L Jones courthouse.The "All renewal cards returned to : cia, local attorney, spoke up in.
i thereby to "Strength, the Arm of There will be a costume parade day for Atlanta where funeralwas Galphin. awarded $367,593.48 to Frank E.1 suit brought by the Walkers the Supervisor's office are check I favor of the National Code rather

Liberty." Newspapers, of course. with prizes for the best costumed. I held Monday. They are expected Oxley Mortuary was in chargeof Walker and Hampton J. Walker in I was on a note arising out of ed and if there are no changes to I than the Southern in that the lafc.

I j\ are dedicated to Freedom and 1 The public is cordially invited. home today. arrangements. their suit against Phillip J. Klenk, J I the sale and foreclosure of the be made a new registration card i:i' ter had no code for electricians.-

.: hasten to point out that a'lasting ----- -'--- Jr., and Vivian L Klenk, his St. :Mary's Motel in Boulougne.I'I' is mailed at once. Those cards'I i Mayor E. J. Johnson pointedout
will, one This the largest single Wife'j which have to be corrected take
and meaningful peace 1 ; was Attorneys involved that the Commission had no
be"achieved through a strong dedication 721 ment of this kind in the were H. W. Fishier of this city i| longer to process, so don't become i plans in the matter and was only

r to not only national 'but I and Harry Katz, Sr., of, Jackson- !i alarmed if yours doesn't reach you 'i', taking Yelvington's proposal un
individual freedom and a willing. \i ville, for the 'Walkers and A. M. '! the same day your husband's, ''der consideration.In

I ness to defend such freedom at ""' District Boy Scout Crabtree, Jr., and John J. Mus- wife's or friend's are received. other business the city
;' any cost. Y ti .A: :: : : \ :;;:::: : koff, of Jacksonville, for the ; Theirs may be correct while yours awarded a contract to Woodward
I needs
Klenks. : Motor Co. to furnish the city witha
Court of Honor "Your old card is good until
Congratulations to young Danny ,7 1964 Chevrolet for a police car.
'A 31 1964 don't
January ,
so worry,
Griffin on his being award c : Woodward's bid was $1980 for a
? Public Invited To
r r VOTE November
just 5! ;i '
r a full scholarship at the University tWI' Set For Tuesday "A reminder to those who have i I: car with 300 h.p. engine as oppos1 -
; of Florida for his outstanding w4 C :I "Martin Luther"Film I not returned their renewal cards 1 I ed to Lasserre Motor Co.'s bid of
ability in the baseball field. Although I $2039 for a Ford of similar horse
full football scholarshipsare The Boy Scouts of the Nassau Sunday {I please do so at once. ,
District will hold their October' Marie B. Struss. power.Continued
commonplace, those for baseball F I ( on page six)
Danny a,: asp .. Court of Honor Tuesday at 8 pm.lin i i Sunday, October 27, at 3:30 I i /
relatively .
:t are rare '. .' the junior high auditorium. '! p.m., the Prince of Peace Luth Tickets Now On Sale i
unusual ability as a
shown .
I has I i Annual Fish
Church is Fry
JI i
; eran sponsoring
.! pitcher and interest has been { ,All interested parents and boys ;
For Shrine Barbecue
shown by major league organiza are welcome, and urged to attend. "Martin showing of Luther.the" motion The public picture.is { At Porter's Fish Camp

tions. If his arm can take it The price of the adult tickets
cordially invited to this :
see great Saturday Night
there's little doubt he will play Mrs. Castro Visits movie at the Municipal Auditor I for the Shrine Barbecue is $1.25 I

with a major team. Let's hope it 'v I rather than $1.00 as stated last I The annual free fish fry at
will be the Minnesota Twins, Here Overnight On ium.The 'week. Tickets for children (under : Porter's Fish Camp is set for
whose farm clubs train here .each u "Southern Trail" award for screen won an adaptation academy a i 112 yrs. of age) will be sold at i i Saturday night at 8 p.m. aDd the
$.75 each !
Spring.'r few years ago and is directed by barbecue will be November public Is invited.
x i The !
: Docked here overnight this' Louis DeRouchemont j Co-sponsor of the event with
director of
It's good to see Fire Chief Ho>t [NY week was. the "Southern Trail" }various Cinerama of 2 from 3:00-8:00 at the. Recreation |i Porter Barnard is the Nassau

Lofton returning to his old pelf I ? out of Ft Lauderdale, which has the last few ,productions Center. 1' County Sheriffs Water Patrol and
after an illness of some time., become a familiar visitor in this !; years t Tickets may be purchased from those attending will get to sample

Hoyt recently underwent exam area as well as her charming I Protestant Churches throughoutthe any Shriner. the famous hushpuppies of Sheriff -
ination at Mayo Clinic in Rochester owner, Mrs. Theresa Castro. I world will be commemoratingthe H. J. Youngblood. "

I Miniu, and since that time Due to the inclement weather beginning of the Protestant Fernandina Beach Porter's is located on Egaa'a

t his improvement has been steady. resulting from Hurricane "Ginny"I movement on this Sunday, com- I Creek in Oldtown.Smorgasbord.
When I talked with him this week t Weather

he asked that I pass along; his BEING INSTALLED this w eek at the golf course is the i new pump which will supply I which has been cavorting off the : monly called Reformation Sunday. I I U. S. Approved Weather Station !

thanks for the many get-well water to the links' new irr!igation system. Looking on a:s employees of the installingare I Eastern seaboard for several days?;The Planning ,Committee of the I fax. MiD. Rain Tickets
cards and letters he received while many may have missed seeing or1: Prince of Peace Lutheran Church I Tours, Oct. 17 76 65 0
Now Available
company lower the next to last casing into the well, ; left to right, Warren J : i
Oct 18 75 59 0I
to 3Irs. Cas- Fri, i
extending greetings
J t in Rochester.* Knowles, David Gatchel Jill i i Beard and Melton Yelvingtoi n. Gatchel is city manager I tro who has the acclaim here for felt this a fitting time to recall I I Sal, Oct. 19 75 59 0 ,

If you like seafood and good t and Beard is director of pub lie, works for this city. Knows :les and Yelvington are from I her gracious hospitality. I.the life of Luther, the great re I Suu., Oct. 20 8-1 56 0 !' the Tickets St. Peter's are now Episcopal available Cbttthf 'for

fellowship, don't miss the free tI I Sanford, where the former i city manager and the latter is building inspector. The Among those in Mrs. Castro's former. Mon, Od. 21 81 55 0 f smorgasbord to be held November

fish fry at Porter's Fish Camp irrigation system is rapidlythe nearing completion and shoul d be ready for operation in I party, bound for New York, was There will be no charge for the : Tues., Oct. 22 77 56 T i.16.

Saturday night. Porter' Barnard ;i iJI near future. It is one e J If the most modern in.,, Floridae i and will afford automatic the Finnish Ambassador to the I movie. Children and adults alike t' Wed., Ocl 23 72 65 T' See or contact Mrs. S. B. Stewart -

(Continued- on page_six)_-- j J, watering_. -of the course in th nighttime hours United Nations. will warm to this' story. 'j' The Florida weather Public is furnished Utilities courtesy Co

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Page- Two Nens-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday; October 24, 1963 .

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, -00 ...... 111 ASB STREET PHONES 368 3687 TheNotion .-.
r ;. A John K, Perry Newspaper (Editors note: Recently I had'! Each of Munich's- seven major 1"The Stars and Stripes Forever"
Counter occasion to see a letter from Mrs. brewers had a pavilion where ; better than many American
,.., v.. Rar Caldwell, Editor au I Crutchfield to her mother, )1fS. : their product was served !in huge bands.
, tU& I nY' PAUL WARWICK tI Faith Pearson, and was so impressed crockery or glass mugs. The, We went back to the festival

.j : ::.,,-': NATIONAL EDITORIAL Men 'i with her, interesting way waitresses were buxom farm ;I grounds after lunch and tried to
/ creatures of
i e I Ihackneyed I habit, the of describing some of the side girls who carry four of these ; see everything we'd missed the
+ +UII1: !: :: : ,: that old'sa..inf tfen also!' goes''- but trips they are making while }her heavy' mugs Jn,each hand. Each' night before. Of course, this w s
,,1t, seems
;; I .:: 0C1Aj1 times put on their habits can sinie-hind- ;, husband, Major John Cru chfUd, pavilion had a bandstand in .the impossible but we tried. Just before
ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION Is stationed in Wiesbaden, Germany center where "oompah" bands: leaving, I asked a Bavarian
I I part-before. I asked Mrs. Crutch- played! marvelous hand-clapping I sit t the table with us if I
Published and that nw
".I. every Thursday entered at the Post Office The conductor, or motorman, of ; ..
i .... Fernandina Beach, Florida, at second class mail matttr. ""I this : ( field to furnish us with a seriesof music. These beer halls were overflowing mihtly!; i mug. He was amazed
in .
: .. Subscription Rates: I I For coliunnyt.rage i point. I: '.', ... .1 : ,: r articles. I believe Xews-Leader : but that didn't really Tnit anyone would prefer tjbuyjgyi
abourfiftfpn. years, hand- matter because it }is perfectly rather than stealing ;i'
; $4 % year S2.25 6 month Jl.25' 3 Months 1; ri'nnin", I wgrked nights readers will find them as interest ?
I on a I.\ permissible and the custom, to However, he explained to the
' ... ne M
$450 New York
: u. a year out of county.Geiger rewsnapr. The fact .
I t .rx ELIZABETH CRUTCHFIELD sit with strangers. Eight or ten waitress* what this crazy American
ti : -4 ._ _____ Owt it was burdened with me for By people crowded around a' table ':uted and she wandered
I ;. along the
The little towns
, I II fifteen ye.ars' moo have hid
i something can always make room for one Cater she returned with anew
1 that do allowed! to have do with stI Rhein and Mosel River have way
I are a private |to the fact that the I
I two and affixed fad
Relates or more. mag a
their wine fests but nothing! can L
tract of ground of their
own newsrtaoer died last week after '
up to 2l/s acres. i I ion" jonrnafrc illness. a compare with the Oc'oberfest in The mugs make ,such wonderful stamp Wit; I now have a unujie:

I To Russia "47 percent of the fresh vegetables -[| But! be that a j it may, duringall s Munich where the flowing liquid souvenirs that the brewers attractive souvenir the decoration stamp makes an
Ii Trip i h beer not wine. This hire guards to prevent leer-hap-1
: produced in Russia! come > that time, I went to work at ITr year
from the small tracts and not 16 p.m. grf,.oft .i 1 a.m. rodea along with hundreds of other py customers. from taking them ,I Natural!rt, we fooled around
Ii For KiwaniansBY from the government farms on I northhoun\ "ifratji.i for an hn" Americans and goodness knows home. The! guards are supposed until $e last: minute and !liar to

,, ... .. which the farmers are required to and-a-hlf to: pet, tq my Mt. K5'- how many Germans, Johnny andI to keep order too but on the: make 3 diyh for the bus. Our return -
:j TOMMY HALL ,: work. After they have put in their 1:1co, N. Y., residence aid finalIv went to Munich for the opening whole we found the people very tnpFW&S uneventful except

, The day on the government farm, they : usuallv.crawled into bed about weekend. We left Wiesbaden at well-behaved : for\thl' clanking of mugs, one of
j principal speaker at the go home to tend the small tracts. 4:30: or 5:30 a.m. That meant my the crack of dawn ((7:30: A.M.) In one pavilion we were resting ,I onr/is&up: had walked off with
; !
1 Monday night meeting of Kiwanis
l li 65 fj. of the t potatoes that are produced morning hours, un to about noon, on a Saturday morning as par our feet and quietly drinkingour four and another had six! It wasa
i \W\! l Russell Geiger, former football in Russia come from these were spent in sleep, or in trying ticioants in an escorted tour. beer when one, 'of these long ride home but we'd had a
i .stalwart of the Florida Fighting small tracts."Russians. i I to s'eep. I Our route took us through guards stopped b:? the table. He real \!
I Gatnrs, and now president of Numbers where we stopped for grinned at removed its hat ...
i: are 15 years behind I Then, last March, my pa'ient : us ,
i Florida Feed Mills and member of. the U. S. Agricultural methods | and Jong-snfferine wife and I lunch., We, didn't see much of the picked 'up a mug and downed its
the Downtown Jacksonville Kiwanis did the then he his mouthon a1OYSTERS
and machinery: their combines are moved to Fernandina Beach to city although we see contents, wiped
Club. antiquated; half of Russian laboris 'begin i that much overrated business HERE TO FILM i A MOVIE SEQUENCE a,crew from building where the famous Nurn- '' the back of his hand, smacked

I I :, Geiger was presented by Exteen performed by women; the Soviet ;i of retirement Colorama! Productions of Florida, Inc. The sequences bert Trial were ,held. his lips, replaced his hat with a I
Corbett, program chairman and output lags 30 only ten And that i is : In Munich we stayed at one of flourish and walked on.
; percent : when I started putting will be a portion of a film o{ the Intracoastal Waterway
:pave ftn interesting color-slide il- the best hotels in town and had COCKTAIL
of the morning the streets of
people '
are care-carrv- habits
, my on hind-part-he- (
.l lust railed account of his recent in Florida from its beginning j here to the Southern term- the finest accomodations we'vehad
Communists lined with
ing would like
; more fore. : were people
" visit to Russia and several of the to become members of the Party | No longer do I sleep until almost inus at Key West. Being photographed' at the Marine anywhere in Europe a waiting for the big parade,. the'I SURFRESTAURANT
:Communist satellite states. Welcome Station are a couple and a youngster who will furnished 'room with
nicely a
, for the advantages it carries in j' noon or pet to bed just'j I highlight of the opening week.
I He stated that the group with that country," Geiger continued. I'[ before daylight. No matter what' be portrayeed as a typical family using the waters of.the radio and a private bath! Dinner end. All along the route bleachers .
j which lie journeyed was a part of "English is required in the happens. I am up and dressed! at I Waterway in their small yacht. Standing at left are ,Don that evening was an elegant affair had been built and seats
r 1 ,the .people-to-people Goodwill I schools; engineers and college professors I the crack of dawn, around 6 ajn. j jI Parrisher and Brad Ginter of Colorama.! Also filmed served by excellent! waiters. were at a premium. Our tour Across From Ocean Pier

tours. These visits serve three I may make up to $500.00 I and frequently have the great : was a sequence at Fort Clinch State Park and they will ;i i After dinner we went to the tour provided us with tickets for Private Dinin Room For
l :purposes: to bring about an exchange I per month; the non-professional j' thrill of seeing the sun rise out return later for'filming ajthe, beach, the ocean pier and festival grounds which cover a seats in the bleachers about two Parties Clubs Etc.
of ideas between the Rus- I worker and skilled laborers may I' of the Atlantic, somewhere between I' the gfie course. 'E *, 'Ii three mile area. Of course, not Nocks from the hotel. The par, ,
r 'sian and the American people; to : make as much as $300.00 per I our front porch and Lis- ',, I all the space is taken by beer ade lasted over two 'hours andwe
obtain a first hand knowledge of month," he concluded. I bon, Portugal. I'm seeing those I' halls there were. many sideshows, were just fascinated by the
I ttnrprople of the other side of the The meeting was also the occasion wonderful hours of each day that The Answer 'I':' Concentration shooting galleries, souvenir shops, entries a hundred of them.
. :'world and how they fare; and to I for a visit of the former I hadn't ghmnsed since 'way backin i i i food vendors and rides, quite There were few floats; most of
I obtain new markets for Florida !1 and new Lt. Governors of the the late 1940s. j / similar to the midway in an American the entries were marching units.
I products in other countries. 1 Northeast Division of the Florida All this didn't spring from any t BY GERRY SHEFFIELD' ? good, worthwhile worrying, like: circus only more so. A There were fortv-five bands, one
I I Their trip included visits to 1 Kiwanis District. In coming Lt. virtuous intention. It didn't have Are you a worrier? Do''oil anything else, should be plannedand 1 l branch post office was just bet on horseback. Switzerland: Italy, TERMITES ? -
r England, Belgium, Southern Russia ,i( Governor, Robert Thall of Jack anything to do with the old copy fret and lose sleep over ".wort sufficient time devoted to i it t t: : side the main gate. There was Austria and France were' all represented
| France, Spain and Italy. sonville, was accompanied by Act- book maxim about "eaily to bed ries" that take up your energy ::to insure a good job. i music everywhere even the and their costumes
t : The speaker said that Russia ;, ing Lt. Governor E. K. Hamilton and early to rise." It just hap- j and time that could be well spent? ':. There are those who worr y merry-go-round had a three piece were gorgeous; no two groups
t was the only country visited that | of Live Oak. pened. advantageously? But most:yo.i ( ;:' ontinua!ly. This is a very bad I band. I were dressed alike. The Swiss
: .
I :compared favorably with our eco Key Clubbers Edward Fiveash The best I can figure out is ; all, do you worry over this practice. Due to interruptions I !i stayed in our hotel so we had an
nomy. He stated, however, "that !and Bubba Quattlebaum were that I'm getting with I' that never happen? ?. In' rand time wasted re-worrying the I an entire week. When Friday afternoon opportunity to examine their colorful
:they produce only a small amount guests of the Club. for subjecting even subconscious myself ,; If you answer yes to these dame worry several times, the! arrives, you, with your costumes at close range
of crops compared with the U. S. I Reed Lewellen had as his guest self to some fifteen my questions, there is a solution ,,t'oj-t::out-put of the continual worrier. I mind clear and rested, enter One of their men had ,an alpen- ffiriri brpil twwU s mtil Masliz.iiu }
|The Russian people do not have I his father, Kiwanian Lewellen, of of staying too' late at night years and your problem. : j1 js low very low! : your Worry Room take out horn which wa t :the incentive to produce and those Orlando. getting up up too late in the morn :II | During World War II, a ,veteran ti f Somewhat better off are thos : each worry in turn and worry it I be rested on the street when S5000 GUARANTEE
I kg. of the former World War j.who worry carefully now and |I right thru on the spot before i played. This horn has, a rauu, *'

, :Charier No. 4558 Reserve District No. 6 Now, the getting up early has invented a clever scheme and applied ,then when time permits them t o J..1 going on to the' next. weird, eerie sound, particularlyearly i Agates! Futuri TirmiU Damage.

become the habit I like it better for a patent on a miniature" j| Concentrate.; Often times you I I ThinK of the time you will in the morning. I II I
I : REPORT OF CONDITION: OF THE than the old one. | model of. a "Worry Room. A i i'find such persons accomplishsome save! No more worrying while I After the parade the streets (MlltoneyTerh1inix!

: There is only one real objection. : sign on the door reads, Worry ) fairly good worrying.But eating. No more ,,worrying while '' were jammed with people but we j I

FLORIDA NATIONAL- BANK And I wouldn't register even that I Room Hours 1 to 5 p.m., Friday I lucky indeed are you whc, I! going to and from work. No were able to push our way toj!
mild protest if I hadn't been born only. I have this completely equipped l more worry-tossing nights. Ail Munich's most famous landmark, !'I Co.
:. AT FERNANDINA BEACH a small-town boy in Georgia I I Here you can go with worries. ) "Worry Room." You can do an i'I i' your whole week's worry concentrated I The Hofbrauhaua. It b actually I i
such mother-in-law, will i
and, like any other old fossil, prefer as your domestic outstanding job of worrying.. into only four hours ,., four beer halls in one big build. SERVICE SINCE 1930
it be
: IN THE STATE OF FLORIDAAT to hark, back to childhood days ries, a income boy or tax girl,worries, petty wor- I, When something comes up thai t t; (Editor's note not being able ing. Beer and a limited variety i i
: requires worrying do nol t: to wait until Friday to I of food served from the eel- For FREE Inspection
for memories skipping you I1 worry are
THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON SEPTEMBER 301963 my lqtof worries, what to eat, businessworries ) t ,
the unpleasantness that n& ., hay 15 !stop everything.else and 1 ],about a' feature subject, our good ji II j| ler to therdof and "tlwre Is a
\ etc. I start worrying Oh' No! You friend Harry Lohman came' to the i i i> band each floor. We. ate Phone Jacksonville
'j S Published in response to call made by the Comptroller of the gone on in between. Here you can file chewed-off ,:, i, I I on lunch !
merely fi'e the in rescue with above material for on the third floor where the band
your f
: Currency, under Section 5211, U.S. Reused Statutes There are not enough roosters fingernails and use the pacing 'I i ': COLLECT EL 4-1768
i crowing.One '' "Worry_ Room. You 'do this for this worrier.) was wonderful.. They played
rug for active worries. A wastebasket i
-- -- -- --- - -
,_. ASSETS of the old-time auditory is provided for worn out ,, I
joys, in early morning, was listening worries and a chair for quiet '
:Cc! balances with other banks, and cash I to the systematic relays of | worriers. '

: T items in process of collection $ 946,214.55 crowing that the roosters put oft' The inventor's, theory is that i

:United States Government obligations, direct with such verve and dash just SPECIAL BIG MATCH RACE
and about the time the sun was bob- performance scheduled Saturday : ;
: guaranteed 1,974,131.77 head .
bing its red out of the East.A morning at 10 a.m. :
:Obligations of States and political subdivisions sassy rooster would crow near-! While the alumni are dining in i
1,157,293.52 by then you would hear another j jot j the gym Friday night the alum- ;
his feathered buddies answer ]! nae have scheduled a buffet in I j; 1 the One You've All Been For!
; :Loam and! discounts (including $66.58. over' him and another and another.r r the Student Service Center under I! Waiting

drafts) i 2,955,967.15 It may be different farther in- :j the sponsorship of Mortar Board, '
: land; I'll have to investigate. But | the women's l leadership society: :
Bank premises owned $253,538.08, furniture out on Fernandina Beach, along i Gator Growl, the giant pep Sally j ;
: and fixtures $59,729.19. 313267.27 South Fletcher Avenue, there and variety show, playa to a <

Heal estate owned other than bank premises 1.00 seems to be a blackout on cocka- '' "standing room only" audienca: I OF DECATUR, ,GEORGIA .
il I doodledoos. in the stadium beginning at :' .. I
:other. assets 66,092.06 i In their laudable eagerness to 8:30 Friday night ': ] : :-'. 'with the Fastest Ford in Georgia, challenges
I make Fernandina Beach more and i A Pre-Growl show featuring j .
: TOTAL ASSETS 7,412,967.32 more attractive, the City Fathers ', high school bands from throughout ;
.. I and Dave Gatthel might consider'' the state is' scheduled from ">j ; BOB TUCKER and the Fastest Chevrolet in Florida

installing a string of up-and-com : 6:15 to 8:15 pm. for the eaily- j
., LIABILITIES ing roosters to take. care of this comers. A special feature of the :' I the "Gold Thunder" of Orlando, Florida
PreGrowl'show this will be :
morning music. year
Tucker is the Buccaneer Stock
: Super Champion
Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships. Maybe Jim Beard could engineer the announcement and presentation -:
: and corporations $ 3,638:> 295:33: it. If he could manage it like he r rI of the Homecoming Sweetheart .1. r .
I does a fish fry, with hush puppies, ( and her Court. I J
Time and savings deposits of individuals, I everything would be lovely. j The special reunion of all 'alumni I
partnerships, and corporations 1,485,679.46 I takes place in front of tha

Deposits 0 f United States Government' (in- I Florida Prepares University at 8:30: Saturday Auditorium morning.beginning

l eluding postal savings) 156,860.18 Other special attractions on

Deposits of States and political subdivisions 818,903.71 I Saturday morning are the skits :
Gala Homecoming iI i by the John Marshall Bar Association j
: [Certified and officers' checks, etc 3,230.11 I I when the budding lawyers ,

I : TOTAL DEPOSITS $6l 2,9GS.79 This Weekend I, political poke hopefuls.fun at politicians These and are j|

I (a) Total demand deposits 3658295.33 I I held on the lawn of the Law Col, A

: (b) Total time and savings Gainesville, Oct. The University : lege.
I of Florida's Homecoming Sports lovers can attend' iV {|
: deposits
2,164,673.46 celebration scheduled Oct. 25-261 I soccer game between Florida and
Other Liabilitie3 225,984.35 marks the. 39th annual observ- i Rollins College at 10 am. on:
ance of an event which has Saturday morning at Fleming I
1 TOTAL LIABILITIES $6,348,953.14 grown from a small gathering of : Field prior to attending the; Al* I
graduates to one of the state's : umni Barbecue from 11 a.ri1t! ()

CAPITAL FUNDS biggest .attractions.. ; 1 p.m. in* the Florida Gym.':Tlie I
*yWrfething for i barbecue annually attracts '
Offering every some.
.Common stock par value per share $25.00 '
body" Homecoming 1963 opens [ 2,000 persons. S
No. shares authorized 12.000 Friday ajtfnftofc with. a parade The football game against?
: No. shares outstanding 12,000 300,000.00 of float, bats and marching : LS.U. starts at 2 p.m. with the'
Surplus; 600,000.00 units. '| extra fanfare of bands and half Sunday October 27 1963All
Alumni of Florida Blue Key ; time entertainment in addition i: ,

Undivided profits.. ,_ :. .. 76,089.48 I begin ar4yi)r!? '>:I'! ,

l Reserves. 87,924.70 dav Gymnasium for.their in-traditional mioafternoon smoker.Traditonall Fri-!. I i bat. '--fit?.K\)" Classes of Drag Racing Cars Will Run j,

R t Raturing a national -
I !
:. CAPITAL FUNDS 1,064,014.18 figure as speaker, Dr. : Middle B/S Thru E/S $15.00 $25"LiHle: Gas :
I Malcolm A. McIntvre, president : geghfr.I i 1 $50 Top Dragster $50

TOTAL LIABILITIES, VALUATION RE- I of Eastern Air Lines and a I $50 Stock $50 Little F/S Thru I/S $15.00 Sports-Trophies
: SERVES AND CAPITAL FUNDS 7,412,967.32 former undersecretary of the Air ONLY I '

time I. Force, is; \tbi min\ speaker this iI I i iI J/S Thru N/S $15.00 -
certificates cf deposit outstanding 292,376.84TOTAL year lI m'r" Hooks, general CAN 1 I
; manager of the Florida Citrus .
: I, James N. Melton, Cashier, of the above-named bank Commission and past presidentof I

;do hereby declare that this report of condition is true and : Alumni the Association University, is of the Florida toast PREVENTI!I BUCCANEER DRAG STRIPFERNANDINA

correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. master.A i
University nf Florid Showcase FOREST
S. ..... (s) James N. Meltcn, with, exhibits of the work' I
: We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of: of the different colleges within FIRES I ,
the University, will be on display i
this report of condition and declare that it has been ex-, .
t rono'hout the weekend in front WideI.
North .f Jax. Fla. 5,380 Ft. Bio ck Asphalt 200 Ft.
$mined by us and to the best of our knowledge and beliefs of' the University Auditorium ssio>iro' 30 Miles --
where the alumni reunion takes
| 'true and correct.
; ((8)) L. A. Ferreira An hour-lon water show,

I. ((9)) Charles B.,Norton; Directors i "Universitr Timcinades"pool, is Friday set for after the' 0.. lox 230, FermnJina< Beach, Florida. Phone 261-5959, __ ..., Area Code 305If"

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News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday,. October 24, 1963 .Page Three .
j Q I the way from Puerto Rico, probably }

: Daugherty Relates l. For Now J Just A Beachcomber; comber.by some fellow beach

I r I Amelia Island UDC Honored Power Growth At ] not Her been other by herself.wanderings Her; over-have

.* BY ,LINDA CRAFT friendly Beagle, "Puck," has ac-
Kiwanis MeetingBY I Lorie Pyron has revealed important companied her and lent the
::1 The Amelia Island Chapter No. 'I information to the United charm of his pained howl to the
2308, United Daughters of the i i
rf ( States in the field of i i expeditions.
Coniederacy, held its first fall .
I concise history of electric GEODESY! It all started innocently I In real life, ten-year-old Lori
meeting on October 12th at the
,! home of Miss :Marie Cone on i i power growth in this area, from enough with a routine day Attends e.ementary school, participates -
.1 I h :I North Third Street, with Mrs. | 1887 to date, was outlined to the of beachcombing.Lori I I in the Recreation Center's .-

Robertson Payne and Mrs. Hugh I Rotary Club yesterday by Dan I a habitual beachcomber, j swimming and ballet programs
I and has to make her
: own
A. Tiernan of Jacksonville as Daugherty, manager of the Fer was 'visiting overnight with hei
&: ;y. k guest speakers. Mrs J. H. White, (:i nandina division of Florida Public'' friend, Ann Robas, "way down I bed just like everybody else.
j Jr., assisted Miss Cone in receiving ': Utilities Co. for many years on the far south end of the For the future, she has plansof
the guests. \ Daugherty not only described I beach,' she later reported... TheI l' being a singer-ballet dancor-
After the meeting was called to''i expansion of his company's facili I early October day seemed like !, beachcomber housewife in
0 Mrs. C.I I any other day until the girls'1 1 that order. She said that she had
order by tne president ties, but also predicted future
< \, spotted the bottle. i, her fellow all picked out but that
'FC3 ,
B. Brewton, first vice-president, II } in
ti -4 growth population and indus- 1
-,i 4 I gave the invocation and Mrs. | trial activity. i :: t ': : rkt'y i It contained only sand, or so I if she told, things would go hard
of Al- Ann thought j,[ for her on the school bus.
Payne led in the Pledge j Fernandina's first AK'x Xr" SdC \v t as she threw it
I II iegiance to the Flag and the j I electric power i aside. It was Lori who spotted Lori has lived in Fernandina:
II I \ Salute to the Confederate Flag.I' unit, said Daugherty, was established -| i the message. I Beach for about 3 years"and
at Second
I and Beech Streets | I likes the beach Ma whole lot.
A short business meeting follow- ;, Thus
in 1887, to serve 17 street lightsof i a ,letter, dated August i it
I M 1 1.j r vY ed aiter whicn Mrs. hayne, third i i the old carbon then in \ 1963. took its place among Lori's"finds" I As a reward for her cur. gify,
I of the Florida gas type she was proclaimed "a loyal fel
.jI vice-presdent Di-i As it turned out, the i
I popular use. The service, in. those
low of the Worldwide Brotherhood
\ vision of U.D.C. and state chairman i letter and bottle were one of :
days, was rendered for
I II of the Children of the Con- only six 2,000 launched from American of Beachcombers an T\vpl
hours day, he said. j
I a
have her added the
II interest- name to
federacy, gave a most Oil
Company tank ships enroute
It in 1892, said
I was Daugherty, t
ing and instructive talk on the % V2 f *?* **i/ *'"W' ; (l from. Texas ceremonial parchment.So
City, to Port
importance of history in our that residences first found elec- m A i A m land, Maine.In the avocation (or vocationfor
scnools, especially the history of tricity available for lighting at addition some) of beachcombing or
State of Florida. the rate of $1 per month for each THE SEA SHORE, SHELLS, SAND AND WATER and to a free oil sifting sand and poking into odd
MISS MARIE CONE, president of the Amelia Island Chap- our own 16-candlepower lamp. Saloons, he beach change for the family car, and I
poking into odd things on the are the favorite past- objects, has proved quite pro"fitable -
nifty little
defined Web a bit of
History, as by advertising,
ter, United Daughters of the Confederacy is shown with said, for "
some reason enjoyed a for at least one small
time of Beachcomber Lori Pyron and her dog "Puck. the bottle enthusiast -
ster, is "The branch of know- where it was launchedand I
the awards of distinction received by the Chapter at the lower rate of 65c each for each
ledge that records and explains found, is the bearer of
Florida Division lamp of similar ------ -
Convention capacity.
the UDC held in Pensa-
past events and the study of kinds, 'lighter..fluid and cigarettesand ful information for the U use-I
cola on October 1-:i. The Ruth Neder Trophy, large silver such records". Industrial growth of this area, Postmaster Melton tobacco products, coffee' and Coast and 'Geodetic Survey

tray, was awarded for the best scrapbook and the Medlin A review of the text books plus the increase in populationand various .other articles in parcels t their! continuing study of ocean j ASKINS I(
Trophy, silver bowl, for the most new members duringthe now in use in our public and a wider use of electricity 'in Addressed Certain: military i post currents. By the way, as. Lori I
past year. The local chapter has been awarded the private schools, in the grade the home for many reasons' ; has Urges Early offices."Addresses.' found out in her dictionary, geodesy -

membership trophy for the past three years. Mrs. H. W. school level where our founda-// brought about the depend f>fe, 24:; .. .must :be legible.and ''is determination: : of theearth's LAUNDROMAT

Fishier, immediate past president, attended the convenlion tions are made, hour-a-day electric service now reference to the consumers.with even : is non w past-
with Miss Cone. vague discovery bv", typewriter pen land ink; FREE COFFEEFor
I greater progress still'ahead. .. as time for Lori. On of her
--- -- of Florida by Ponce de Leon; the -' year many members of Meftp/lsaid/ 'lsariders'are''urged to
of of this all demand increases.. Armed many other jaunts she has found Our CustomersMrs.
changes ownership I our overseas ,Forces and} use --their zip' code numbers on
vast territory and the reasons I Daugherty, a Rotarian, was in- those associated with them fail their; ,return. '' addresses.". suchkerns as; anchor chains so
Mrs. Jeannette Fincannon Is CandidateFor for its acquisition from Spain; troduced by John Duffy; Rotary to.' receive Christmas 'parcels by .I" .. old that :they, were nearly all Kathryn Abel:
I its participation in the War Between i President Hugh F, Stone, Jr., waS Christmas.. Some packages, never ? T'hePostrriaster urged. \people to rust, shells, 'and numerous, sand. Attendant515'South
FEA Director In District Eight the States and the subse in the chair. R. F, Walker, of reach their destinations. Post pack :their Qycrseas parcels carefully dollars.
quent hardships and trials en- Fitzgerald, Ga., was 'among the master W. H., Melton said ,that address them .fully, -and 'Pnce.; she, herself, sent out: a Eighth Street
dured by its people before Flor- day's guests. properly packed fully addressed .mail tijenj_ t early. bottle. It 'was ,returned to her all .
Mrs. Jeannette Fincannon has 1 the 'needs, obligations, and dutiesof ida again regained its value to parcels mailed early would .- ', -- -, ;-
been chosen by the Nassau Coun- the 'Classroom prevent .
j' Teachers organ the Nation and became the out- *much loss and delay. "
ty Classroom Teachers Department ization. She has made every ef standing State that it now has FAA Observing
j as their choice for a candi- fort to become acquainted with the honor to enjoy. November 1.20.ar the days set
date in the state election of District people from all over the state and for the mailing of, regular:,pack.ages
The Children of the Confederacy
,' Directors of the Florida Edu : has worked 5th AnniversaryThe overseas. Air mail must be
to try ,to better condi the teachers of the future
are -
cation Association. tions for the classroom sent before December 10 to assure .. ,
and it is through them it is Federal Aviation Agencywill Christmas delivery.Still .
Mrs. Fincannon's candidacy is "We feel that Jeannette Fincannon hoped to preserve the history of observe its fifth anniversaryon
for the director's post in District would conscientiously and our State as it happened.Mrs. November 1 and during a 10- many) packages mailed in
8. The voting i U done at the state consistently try to give our Class- Tierman, first vicepresiden day period beginning October 25. plenty of time fail to reach their. I.
Teachers destinations. ,Improper and insufficient =; .. ,
convention in 10C4. The room Department the "
sponsor of the Florida Division of As the government. agency responsible -
ing agency issued the following right kind of leadership. We urge the U.D.C., spoke briefly on the for air safety ,in the packaging is the reason.
For "w &den.
to consider her overseas
I release: you qualifications need of scholarships for history jet age, FAA was born_officiallyon .
talk those I metal,solid fiberboard, 'or 'double.;
"The Nassau County Education to who know her, students and she urged the November 1, 1958 Under the .
and faced fiberboard boxes should be u
Association and the Nassau County support Jeannette Fincannonas I chapter to sponsor such scholarships leadership of its aggressive'administrator "
I Classroom Teachers Department candidate for Director of Dis- and to encourage the program i Najeeb E, Halaby, used, said Melton.
I trict VIII of the "These boxes' should be
Classroom Teachers of historical in sturdy
take great pleasure in an essays our a former test, pilot with a depthof
nouncing the candidacy of Mrs. Department ,of the Florida schools. The historical educationof I experience in aviation;. law, wrapped in heavy paper and tied ITf'J/i/ I. II.
Education 'Association." children is of the I! the with strong cord;" he continued,
I Jeannette Fincannon for Director I I our one :;and government service, ,FAA
I of District VIII of the Classroom main objectives of the U.D.C. |:]has made great strides duringthe "contents should be. packed tightly.
Teachers Department of the FlorI Lions Club The Amelia Island Chapter is !! 1 last 5 years toward modernization sa that the parcel won't' be so easily
ida Education Association. Sees now in the process of organizing : :i of the long-neglected\ airway crushed during: the many necessary

"Jeannette came to Nassau a Chapter of the Children of the | system. One 'of'' these strides handlings"Assuming
I j County and soon became, involved Traffic RadarDemonstration I Confederacy and is most anxious : !i in February of 1961,' brought I that the package, i is f fz
in the planning of a Classroom ''to exert every effort to make :' 1 FAA to Nassau County; the now packed and' mailed in time,
Teachers organization for our this ambition materialize. Mrs. J. :< j$8,000,000 Jacksonville Air Route I at J least one pitfall still lies: between

'I county. When. this group was organized H. White, Jr., third vice.presij'! Traffic Control Center at Hil- it and the person for whomit ..
; she waff' elected as' its dent of the local chapter: is inI 1 liard. The Center will control is intended 'a proper address,
1 president. She my capably served Nassau County Deputy Sheriff charge of the organization of the ]more than 425,000 aircraft this "It is best," Melton said, "to en- .. ..

f for the first year, attending Emory Walker was guest speakerat proposed Chapter and is accepting year over an area of more than close a slip of paper inside the .
many of the statewide Classroom the regular weekly meeting of applications for a charter at 160,000 square miles of large package stating a list of the con
Teachers Department Conferences the Lions Club Tuesday nightWalker this time. portions: of North Carolina, tents and the addresses of both .
Miss Marie Cone, president of South Carolina Alabama and intended receiver." He
I She was re-elected to serve for presented to the club Georgia, gender .
: ,the present year. During ,the time members by Jimmy Graves, told the Amelia Island Chapter, and and of course, Florida. continued, "this gives the packagea : .
that she has been working in our of the function of traffic radar as Mrs. H.V. Fishier, immediate 350 people are employed at the good chance of arriving at. its (J I!
Classroom Teachers organization, used to apprehend speeders, and past president, attended the ]Milliard[ facility with 'an annual destination even if the .outer address ,

she has become well-informed on supplemented his talk with an actual Florida Division Convention in 1 payroll of more than $2,750,000, or label is somehow destroyed "
-- demonstration.The Pensacola on October 1-3 :id J much of which stays right herein or made illegible." I

I speaker and the Lions in reported a most interesting and : i Nassau County At last, count "For, many destinations," said ." -- .- "
attendance instructive meeting. I 79 FAA employees and their Melton, "a Customs Declaration
adjourned to
OYSTERSROASTED Fletcher Avenue Seaside a spot Inn on They were honored to receive t jan families were Nassau County forms 2966 or 2976A, is necessary '

where radar equipment near had been, outstanding award, the Ruth I residents 20 of the families living This includes) a, complete \ ; rolled out the Red Carpet
set As Neder Trophy, a large silver Ii i here in Fernandina Beach. last of contents."
up. cars passed they
watched as the radar needle recorded tray, for the Best Scrapbook, Sunday, November 3rd, from Certain articles are prohibitedin .'..
and the Medlin Trophy for the 1:00 to 5:00: P.M. the Center will mail those
the : overseas Among are '
; SURF Walker vehicles': speed. most new members during the host a Fifth Anniversary Open such items as;' matches of all .
'answered number of
i questions on traffic violations a and past year. This is the third successive louse complete with guided :tours of Downtown Guff Station/
; RESTAURANT methods of year that the Chapterhas and Junior Air Traffic Con troll-! .
: apprehension. won this award and is justly r's Certificates for the
Across From Ocean Pier President Ben Clarke reportedthat proud of that distinction.The ;visitors.! 'younger Negro Loses Life

Private Dining Room For he, Carson McKendree, John next regular meeting will
I' ny Tiliakos and Mike Fiala at be held about the middle of Nov- Truck :
Parties Clubs Etc. 30
Runaway DAYSA
tended a zone meeting in Calla ember, the exact date and place Trade At Home
I'.' han at the Rainbow Cafe. will be announced at a later date. .. .
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Beautiful Monarch
Lee Brown, 23-year-old'
FRIDAY AND Negro pulpwood worker of Calla- '
i T W' 0 DAYS ONLY L han, lost his l life last Friday when

w SATURDAYAt crushed beneath a 30,000 pound
pulpwood truck, after riding the 10x15 Nylon Rug : ,
running board of the truck shout- ::
ing to motorists that the vehicle's

this Ridiculously low Price/ brakes The runaway had failed.truck, driven by will undergo a tortuous test day and night, .

., Edward Lee Thomas, 20, careened I

$5.00 the through brakes Callahan failed on unimpeded the U. S.after 301 rain or shine. It will be exposed to countless

7-PIECE SOFA BED GROUPING overpass about 5 blocks from

; Down downtown. The truck hurtled into automobile tires shoes dust sand oil
1 r the intersection of U. S,1 and hit greasy .

s a pickup truck occupied by Henry
., INSTANT CREDIT Odum, 61, and his wife, Lilly, 65. and constant wear. .
Re 9. Three calves in the back were
513.8 killed..

;1 $169.95. The two vehicles then glanced At The End of the Month The Will
/ into a car driven by Edward G. Carpet BeTaken
/ Graham of Fernandina Beach before -
I' c, ; careening into a service station -t
and Cleaned.
I. J' ,,: : and knocking over a gasoline Up ".

/ ), pump, causing'flames to quickly .
,"O1 >> .'; ''.'' "t. '& break out State Trooper L, T. .

\\1 : I being Haley,hit.who in had his patrol narrowly car,missed back., : Then You Will See For Yourself Why Monarch .:.

ng up after hearing Brown's . Uf. ..
warnings, and Justice of the Offers A 10-Year Guarantee!

Peace Frank Shaffer, with ,several .

I unidentified volunteers, braved. .. '". _
Ij I the. flames to pull the unconscious < r ,

j couple free. The, couple was admitted : ; : ""j 9 S : :

.. to a Jacksonville hospital.. : 15-:Shades .
Also riding in the truck was .. -: Includes Installation .....
I Nathaniel Brown, 25, the dead .
: Pad Extra
;, man's brother. He was treated ai., Carpeting! Sq. Yd, .
1-:1 I HumphreysHospital and transfer-.
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Included In This Terrific Buy: .Sofa : in, where a serious he condition has been after'reported : PORTER & LOVEQUIST Color Center

> Bed Lounge Chair_ .1 Plastic MATHEROF undergoing surgery., Thomas, the
I driver, was, unhurt.
1 Top Tables. One Matching Cocktail Nassau County Deputy 'Sheriff .
: L i Jim Sawyer said "I'm''Iure .: South 8th Street At Five Points ...
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; er. Fernandina Beach- Florida Thursday, Qclolcr-24, 19C3 : '" t -- .. ... .

ftoyal Service i Miss Cook Weds Dr. L L.: Walton r Baptist ire JeEntertained :
Mrs I
: pain our Has Girl Scouts Enjoy Wedding Solemnized October 12 Program Held 'At : .

,October Meeting Of
Five Points Baptist I Miss Nancy Cook of Miami :
By White
Eda Stertz CircleThe Callahan FairIt : and Robert Aldridge Waltonof Hibiscus Garden
The Royal Service Program for Fernandina Beach united
were Club Meets Mrs. Herb White, Jr. entertained .
first meeting of the sea was a busy weekend for Girl October was presented by the Wo in marriage Saturday in the Monday :; Circle 2 of the Woman's

son for the Eda Stertz Circle Scout Troop 251, attending both i 'q man's Missionary Society last':'| chapel of the First Christian The Hibiscus Garden Club I II Missionary Society of the First
was held the Wednesday evening at the Five Church Jacksonville.The I met
recently at home of I the Callahan Fair and earn pout at I Baptist Church
Monday at the recently
evening home
Mrs. 0. R. Spainhour.The i Camp Chowenwaw. Activities at Points Baptist Church. !i bride, daughter of Mr. and I Mrs R. B. Lock-wood. Mrs W. T. Waas presented an

chairman, Mrs. Spainhour,I camp included practicing first aid, t.x :x Mrs. Only Barber president, Mrs. John B. Cook, 5808 S. W. I Mrs J. D. Daugherty and Mrs. inspiring devotion, "Crackers and
opened the meeting and recommended taught by Mrs. Lee Morgan fora presided during the presentation. 31st Street, Miami, graduated .I D. 0. Oxley were co-hostesses for Cheese." Mrs. Phil Stewart closed
that all members of the I First Aid Badge. Program plans and arrangements i! from Coral Gables High School I the occasion. the devotion with a prayer.

group read the new testament. New methods of cooking were j9iy were handled by Mrs. Clyde Bra- I j attended Emory University, and The club Mrs W. C. Owens presentedthe
It was decided that the club tried, and proved to be quite suc- zelle, program chairman I! graduated from Jackson Memorial 1 i with a prayer meeting said in was unison.opened Club program "Grace McBride,

had would sponsor the same child it cessful. Eggs were cooked in paper The program, entitled "The Hospital School of Nursing.The i j members then answered roll call Missionary Nurse." Then Mrs

last year from the BaptistChildren's bags and beans cooked in a Year of Jubilee," emphasized the' bridegroom, son of Mrs. I,; by naming their favorite bulbs. White presided over a business

Also, Home.future I' "Bean Hole." I tM W.M.U. watchword, "0 give L. L. Walton and the late Mr. I President Mrs. A. C. Markham session during which the members -
book as a program a A "Scout's Own" was held on thanks unto the Lord; call upon Walton, 910 Stanley Drive. Fer : welcomed Mrs Joseph Stubits chose the name Shirley Led
is The book
will study planned. Sunday at "Green Cathedral". A I his name: make known his deeds nandina Beach, is a graduate of president of the Garden Clubs As ford for their group. Shirley Led-
at later ,
meeting. The Lottie Moon a offer-I roast beef dinner Sunday after among the people." Psalm 105U ( Landon High School, Duke Uni sociation, and Mrs. H. J. Seofield, I ford is a missionary in Peru, anda

ing and tithing were emphasized. noon concluded an enjoyable weekend The ladies taking part in the I versity, and the University of I as guests. Mrs. Lockwood, the secretary -: friend 4f Rev and Mrs Dun-
Miami Medical School Dr. Wal-i
program were the officers and
gave report. nam.The
Mrs. .
W. II Rutledge introduced I
Mrs. David Thomas chairmen of the society. Each : ton took his internship at Duval I circle members voted to
f the program, "The Life of 1 assistant :.::::tA}; ;, showed Medical Center in Jacksonville Mrs. Carl Quattlebaum gave a adopt a child in the Jacksonville
Jt i a poster or a chart of i ii
leader, Mrs Samuel i favorable of the club's
Mrs. 'McBride. It presentedby Stewart and '
was report activities Children's
: \\J. their He is member of Beta Theta Pi Home for the
failure a and
I i success or during year
Mrs. L S. Grant. The program Littles attended with 0' : i at the Northeast Fair to
the past five and Alpha Kappa Kappa Medical sponsor the local Sunbeam
ended with a prayer including the following girls: Anne Cook, r .il ve.S years. I at Callahan. Several club mem- band each
the club's missionary, Gail Cook, Jan Dickens, Jerry ., Mrs. Leonard. Lyons_recited the i Fraternity. bers received prizes at the fair. Tuesday.The
Mrs. Roberts. Keene, Kay Kelly, Judy Littles, : words of the hymn, "0 God, Our II The bride wore a street length J Mrs. E. J. Elvin won a blue rib ladies were urged to plan
Refreshments were served to Pat Pendleton, Jane Philips, Help in Ages Past," as a closing j dress of white imported lace. The j bon, Mrs. R. F. Carson, and Mrs. for the Lottie Moon Christmas
the 12 who attended. Kathy Piper, Vicky Robas, Doris prayer. This is the W. M. U. hymn I fitted bodice was designed with ,; Frank MacLaren won third places. week of prayer, and the offering

Rowland, Beth Stewart, Sherry 0'. .o'r.. '.I..." for this year and it offers the assurance I three quarter length sleeves. The I
Camellia Garden Thomas, Sharon Tinsley, Carmen 1:' ::: .. one needs for the future. 'skirt was bell shaped over satin. the three dried arrangements en- sions.
i 1\\ Vann, Paula Vrancken, and Pat < ,:' .-< Also attending were: Mrs. Bill Her headpiece was a white pillbox : ,tered by members.The The following officers were

11 c Club Meeting Held West ; 1; f: -I Osbourne, Mrs. Kennie Braddock, I with circular white veil of guest speaker, Mrs. Sco elected to serve: Mrs. Herb White, !
__ Mrs. Johnny Williams, Mrs. D. C. shoulder length. She carried a j field, was introduced by Mrs. chairman; Mrs E. R. Bounds, co-

Monday Evening Mrs. Franz Mitchell ; + .. ; Clark, Mrs. Bill Parker, Mrs.'nosegay of white carnations. i i (Quattlebaum. Mrs. Scofield discussed chairman, and stewardship; Mrs.

I ; Clayton Easterling, Mrs. Nora Mrs. Dorothy Fishbourne of < the preparation of soil, Phil Stewart, secretary and trea
The Camellia Garden Club met
I Entertains MYF McDonald, Mrs. Ronald Hyers, I Tallahassee matron-of-honor.. ]planting and growing of bulbs. surer; Mrs. W. C. Owens, pro-
Monday in the home of Mrs. Robert
i f Breslin. Juniors At Mrs. J. W. Keen Mrs. Leonard Mrs. Fishbourne was gowned in I Favors of bulbs, daisy plants, gram chairman; Mrs. J. P. Hall,
I PartyThe Nease, Mrs. Richard Middleton, blue chiffon with a draped bodice : i and seeds were given to everyone community missions; Mrs. Om
i Mrs. H. D. Cook and Mrs. L. II. Junior Mrs George Smith, Mrs. Willie and full street-length skirt. Her I j present. Refreshments were serv- Higginbotham, prayer chairman;
of the
LaChance served as co-hostesses Methodist Youth Department Fellowship MR. AND MRS. ,JAMES EDWARD ROLAND I Gaines, and Mrs.\ Chris Johnson. bouquet was of yellow chrysan-i d by the hostesses. Mrs. W. T. Waas, mission study;
for the meeting. I themums. I I Approximately! 23 were present. Mrs. Ted Wallace, children's home;
entertained at a party last Sat- I
Mrs. T. W. Oliver Jr. presided. .5. .h ..A. Adler of Fernandina Mrs. Edgar Saunderson, corres-
Richard S.
After urday evening at Parish Hall. H 14lighted Founders Garden !
welcoming one new mem
Wal secretary.The
Beach best for Dr.
ber, Mrs. John Hooper, the group Hostess was Mrs Franz Mitchell Miss Betty Jane Landress, white tapers. Garlands of Club Meets With hostess served refreshments
repeated the club prayer in uni MYF Counselor. Assistingwere daughter of )Jr. and Mrs. Donald fern encircled the table appoint ton.The Stork Club to the 10 members
Birm- presentThe
Landress, became the bride of ments. Mrs. J. C. HazelwoodThe couple will live in
son.It Mrs. Beugnet and Mrs. Mier- James Edward Roland, in beau ingham, Alabama, where Dr. I next meeting will be November
,was mentioned that one or a Miss Jennie
more entries will be made in the zejewski. tiful candlelight ceremony Sat- and Mrs. served cake Founders Garden Club met I Walton is with the United States Recent arrivals at Humphreys 12 at the home of Mis.
Billy Roland and Mrs.
< Invitational Competitive Flower During the evening games were urday evening, October 12, at the Jerry Giddens I Friday at the home of Mrs. J. C. I Public Health Service on assignment ,i Memorial Hospital: I James Smith. 4.;
enjoyed and prizes won by Gail North 14th Street presided at the i Hazelwood. Co-hostesses for the I I to the University of Ala- '
Show to be held in November by Baptist Church. punch bowls. The bride's book A son, Hubert Benson, Jr., born
the Rose Garden Club. 3alphin, Gerald Roberts, Pat Bailey -' Rev. J. W. Keen, pastor of Five occasion were Mrs. Adams and bama Medical Center for teach- I October 15 to Amelia and Hubert'' "Setting too fast a pace can be
was kept by Mrs. Bert Hickox.
Amy Crumpler, Cathy Gal ing and research.Hostesses harmful after all, tornado is
Mrs H. L Baughman, program Points Baptist Church, performed Little Misses Jan and Pam Mrs. D. A. Kelly Strickland of Jacksonville. j a
chairman phln'and Sonya Beugnet. the double ring service just a gust of wind in a hurry,"
I introduced R. Gil- at Giddens, and Master Al Giddens The club chairman, Mrs. Phil-
; pin, Valspar Representative from New members welcomed were I eight o'clock. presented each guest with miniature lip Jackson, opened the club Honor A daughter, Barbara Renee,I- Lee Call, Afton (Wyo.) Star

Savannah, Ga. Gilpin pre- Chip Hunt, Chris Bailey, Gerald The bridegroom is the son of yellow net bag filled a with meeting in prayer. The recent I born October 15 to Barbara and Valley Independent.
rented a program in film on color -) Roberts and Andy Sweatt. There I Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Rolandof pastel rice. death of Mrs. Emma Suhrer was I Mrs. Jimmy RolandAt William Alsept, No. 4 Kraft Vil I

I and stressed the importance of were sixteen present for the af Eastman, Georgia. mentioned as she was a former : Bridal Shower .
After spending some time with lage.A born October 20 to Delores and
kwpJBg to colors which enhanceone's I fair.New I A handsome arrangement of their guests, the couple left for member of the club. daughter, Nena Loraine, born Daniel Griffin, 2112 Florida Ave.
personality in make-up, members are invited to magnolia leaves and native green- a wedding trip through South I The resignation of Mrs. J. B. Mrs. Jimmy Roland, the former October 16 to Maxie and Larry
I dress, and home furnishings. join the group at their regular .ery provided the background for Florida. Mrs. Roland chose for Thompson was accepted with re- Miss Betty Landress, was recently Sikes.A A daughter, Lisa Lee, born October
t| Dessert plates were served to I meeting each Sunday evening at I the white floor baskets of glad.I travel, a Copen blue wool suit, I honored with a miscel-, 21 to Patricia and Ralph
they eighteen members present. 5 p.m. in Parish Hall.MAR. ioli and chrysanthemums usedon worn with a blue silk blouse and : gret.The newly completed year laneous bridal shower. Mrs.' Dean I' daughter, Patricia Marie, Barnard, l5'i' South 3rd. St.

... .-. each side of the altar. The I grey bag and slippers. Her cor- books were distributed and Mrs. Stillwell and Mrs. Ruby Denham ,I'"I

I ..... st chancel rail was entwined with sage was of ivory cymbidiums.Mrs. Jackson thanked all those who were cohostesses.The I
. garlands of matching greenery. Roland is a graduate of made them possible. I Denham home, the settingfor

t 1 Branched candelabra holding Fernandina Beach High School, .1 A flower show was announced ', the occasion, was beautiful- I lTheatrePhone
MATERNITY ''I'lighted' cathedral tapers flanked Class of '63, and the American I: for Saturday, November 23 at ly decorated with a bridal motif. :
the floral arrangements, castinga I The central theme was a bride
Hair Styling Academy in Jack- Keystone Hotel. Mrs. H. S. 261-4849
C. E. Beach Mjjr.
I soft glow over the setting. A sonville. She is presently em- Luke was appointed to make an : and groom arrangement. 1
single lighted taper centered the ployed at Verna's Beauty Salon. f'[ arrangement for the show and Bridal games were played and I SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MATINEES AT 2:30:
i I garland of greenery embanked in The bridegroom i to be in charge of transporting prizes awarded to Mrs. Bee Sutton NIGHT SHOWS START 7:30

__. Look Charming While You Wait, : each window. from Dodge County High graduated atj:horticulture entries. j I and Mrs. Denham. I ONE COMPLETE SHOW i

.. : Warren Stuckey, nephew of the Eastman in 1955. He served three 1 The club will make its annual i Mrs. Roland was then presented I
And Enjoy Being Active, bridegroom, presented a programof years in the U. S. Air Force and I contribution of $10.00 to CARE with a shower of gifts. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

: nuptial' music at the piano as is presently employed as' an electrician for Christmas.Mrs. The hostesses served dainty j One showing Friday 7:30 Saturday 2:30 and 7:30

't r : r : I In Our Comfortable, Attractive, the Haddock guests assembled.soloist and rendered Claude at Contains Corporation I Adam Millsop spoke briefly iced cake squares decorated with
was of America. about seeds and fall planting. tiny wedding bells, nuts, mints, "CATTLE KING"
"I Love You Truly, and
: Out of town guests at the wed- and iced drinks.Approximately.
? Up-To-Date Maternity Fashions. "The Lord's Prayer."
ding Mr. Mrs. Dewitt 14 attended. Robert Taylor Technicolor
were and
I Miss Donna Landress was her I Circle Two of The I
Roland, Miss Waddell and
j sister's maid of honor and only Church Friday 9:14 Saturday 4:14: and 9:14
Miss Glenda Holton, of Jackson- I Presbyterian Miss Kathy Walters
I attendant. She chose a ballerina I
: Shifts2Piece Outfits length dress of pale yellow chiffon ville, Mrs. Charles Roland, Mr. In
[ Regular Meeting "FLIPPER"Chuck
: I and Mrs. C. F. Roland, Mrs. Ray Works In Alumni
: over satin. The fitted bodice I
f .. I I featured cap sleeves and a rounded Stuckey, Warren Stuckey, Mrs. I Circle 2 of the First Presbyterian Records At MontreatMiss Connors and The Fabulous Dolphin
Ferrell Martin, Steve and Stan
neckline closed at the back I I Church met recently at the !i TECHNICOLOR
with a matching satin bow with i iI Roland, Miss Kay Bryant, Miss I home of Mrs. Leonard Long with Kathy Walters, daughter I -

i ; Skirts Separate TopsBAILEY'S i streamers extending to the waist Linda Shaw, all of Eastman. Mrs. Glyn Waas as co-hostess. i I of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Walters?I SUNDAY AND MONDAY"SPENCER'S
REHEARSAL PARTY I Mrs. Fred ,Jr. is Montreat Anderson
line. The bouffant skirt swirled Conner gave an introduction attending :
'from the natural waistline held Immediately following the wed- to the book of Psalms I i College in Montreat, North MOUNTAIN"Henry

.. ... I i with a satin belt featuring a self ding rehearsal Friday evening, ,I which will be the study for the II'Carolina. Kathy is a 1963 grad-
bow at the center front. Her Mr. and Mrs Jerry Giddens en- .1 coming year. | 1 i uate of Fernandina Beach High Fonda Maureen O'Hara

headpiece was a crown of pale tertained at a party at their homeat Mrs. A. E. Taplin gave a report :!School TECHNICOLOR -
I I yellow velvet with a self bow 507 South 15th Street. I on world missions. All cloth She has a self-help scholarship I

I and circular nose veil of silk il- The refreshment table was : ing to be sent overseas should be which involves keeping the alumni -I
lusion. She carried a cascade overlaid with a white linen cloth'; taken to the church. All members I'! 1I i records up to date, typing, DRIYE-N

-. : bouquet: of mint green carnations I and centered with a beautiful were asked to donate a book of I ji j filing and sending the alumni I
interspersed with matching satin dried arrangement of fall fruits "Green Stamps" to be sent to Dr. I 11)bulletins out quarterly to former OPEN ONE NIGHT[ ONLY
: Atlantic At 7th Phone 261.4961 i i leaves and ribbons. She wore I and flowers. Party sandwiches, Bois, a medical missionary in ]Montreat-Anderson students. j

_, I, ;ellow satin slippers. I fruit punch, nuts and mints were Mexico, for the purchase of a pi-I Kathy will return home Saturday, October 26 7:00 p.m."IT'S .
Stan Roland of Eastman, Georgia served. Mrs. Ken Ward presided. i! per cub. mber! 19th, to spend the Der-I
---- -- These books should be turned mas holidays with her ONLY MONEY"Jerry
; was his brother's best man.
i : The piano in the living
II 1 ;:roopI : in during October. It was announced -
Ushers were Steve Roland, another I
held low basket .ft4
brother, of Eastman, Nat a o(1a,11 ''?TfJ'! that Mr. and Mrs, John La Mot- Pinfeathers left on dressed Lewis
surrounded with t
This Week's Smith and Floyd Garrett. fall leaves. a proJus l te, church missionaries in .Africa, |poultry can be singed away in a .
SpecialsMyer's arrangements "CATTLE KING"SdO
Given in marriage by her were used throughout the ,: will visit Fernandina Beach in j liesuit
father, the petite bride was radiant November. is neat, safe, quick. Singeing
(' in her wedding gown of party rooms. I The next meeting will be at the doesn't smudge the skin of the
Enjoying the affair with the !
Grocery & Mkt. 'white ceau de soie and Chantilly honored couple, their attendants, I home of Mrs. Ralph Malone. fowl
lace The fitted bodice, extending and hosts, were Miss Kay Bryant --

;, to a deep front V, was designed Miss Linda Shaw, Warren Stuc iJ

: 626 South 8th Street ''with a square neckline appliquedwith key, Miss Jennie Crews, Mrs.
scallops of Chantilly lace Ferrell Martin, Mrs. Ken Ward, I
I reembroidered in seed pearls and and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lan-
Round lb.'T Bane --Ib: DAILY SPECIAL
irridescents and long tapered dress, parents of the bride. t
ending in lily points at r

: Steak 7 9c Steak 89c I i was the wrist.poised over The a bouffant hoop of skirt ruffled Party Honors _'

starched net and taffeta. A Stevie Tiliakos ; i LUNCH..97C..DINNERgCHOICE
-- -- ---- large Cabbage Rose of peau de

... = Cubed lb. Rib or Brisket lb. soie caught the front skirt in a On 8th Birthday I
drape just above deep ruffles of I ,..

= Steak 89cStew 39c 'circular I Chantilly Chapel lace train.extending Her tiered to a, eighth Stevie birthday Tiliakos on celebrated October l5:his at I i OF MEAT THREE FRESH VEGETABLES I

hipline veil of silk illusion was I. a party given by his mother, Mrs.
I ,
John Tiliakos at their home bn
lace ,
1 I caught to a crown of petals .
encrusted with seed pearls and North 14th St. tt g ALL HOME COOKED '

BACON $100SAUSAGE sequins and she carried a cascade The serving table held for jits ,
\i or Each arrangement of large white centerpiece a large "Happy Birth-

il I Fuji mums held with white satini day" cake attractively decorated I

\ "" i i ribbons and leaves. Her only or- in blue and orange. Ice cream, t Deviled Crabs A Specialty
nament was a single strand of party candies and drinks were
: pearls, gift of the bridegroom. served with cake.Appropriate I
.. Immediately following the cere- party games were OUR SECRET RECIPE 4Db :
mony, a reception was held at enjoyed and prizes were won by I .
Beef I lb. i, Center Cut Pork lb. I the home .of the bride's parents Pat Bryant and John Tiliakos. ) fQb

on Clinch Drive: Enjoying the occasion with
: Roasts 1 I Mrs. Landress' greeted guestsin the honoree and his mother were, ; -
!II i S9CiChops| 79t a wool crepe sheath of Dior Bobby and Gary Sanders Donald Home Made Chili !

9 blue, worn with a matching jacket Gillis, Ann and Rickie Cook, ; I ,
I and black accessories Her Charles and Jeff Urmanec, Clifford -I ''
Beef lb. I 'corsage was of pink carnations. Belcher, Mike, George and F
!i Mrs. Roland chose for her Maria Deonas, John and Michael FAST COURTEOUS SERVICE rp
::1: Liver 39 Grade A. WholeFryers son's wedding, a navy ,silk crepe Tiliakos and Mitchell and Anna $
dress. She wore black accessories Tiliakos.

and a corsage of white carnations.I Assisting the hostess were '

I Covered with a candlelight lace Mrs. Dot Sanders, Mrs. Elizabeth Golden Sands Restaurant
_: Fresh Ground b. 69eI cloth, the bride's table was bal. Cook, and Grandmother Clara

i I anced with a, handsome, three tier Tiliakos.

f,. : : Ham'bgr 49c j! Each cake and topped embossed with with a ivory miniature roses Newspapers call for conservation On The Oceanfront.r.

: : bride and bridegroom standing of natural resources, keep itf
under an arch of satin ribbons tab on Congressmen and legisla

t L- MEAT CUT TO ORDER and lily-of-the-valley, at one end tors, and take readers to the
jf,- ;: and twin punch bowls at the heart of a news story in the making. -J .
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I j Women of f Church Girl Honors Scouts At Take Fair Four Score And Six Years Young \ PERSONALS---- ------- -----I SCS Urges Soil---"-'

To Hear Missionary, Girl Seout Troop 158 of Fer- .
nandina Beach exhibited a miniature -i in NassauHow
Mrs.' Louise Stuart returned umbia, South Carolina for several Study
Mrs. John LaMotteA campsite with a chart de- Mae E. Cook managedvery i
I scribing the 7-Basic Camping well at the superhumantask Monday from Richmond, Ya. days with relatives and friends. i
in the North Florida Fair where she was called because of well do you know ,
Skills of getting cake to all of I /OIT
Mrs. Garland McNutt of Coral
American mother Ir:2 sa the death of her father-in-law
young in Callahan. the over thirty people at her Gables arrived : soil? We know that some fields
whose home is in the Congo will The troop was honored to receive S6th birthday celebration re- T. A. Stuart. Funeral was held Tuesday to spend! plow easier than others: Llt
several with Mrs. W.
days E.
speak here on November 7 at the a Blue Ribbon Merit Award cently. It took six cakes in all, Saturday in Richmond. and Py- some take water faster than o'h-'!
1r { family.
First Presbyterian Church. Presbyterian and a cash award for their ef three baked. by the honoree her rq Mrs. Esther Gore of Pensacola ron ers; and that some require it. -
U. S. missionary Mrs. gating more often than othi'n.
forts. Susan Bailey Elizabeth: Burns .
is week at the homeof
spending a '
John H. LaMotte will address a self.Two cakes were furnished as her son-in-law and daughter Marcia Peacock were home last I These are only a few of 'he

meeting of Women of the Churchat Hall. a gift of the Merita Bakery Mr. and Mrs. Mercury N. Kav- weekend from Georgia Southern. .I things we probably already know
12:30 p.m. in Fellowship Cub Scout Dens she gets one on her birthday and ouklis visiting her grandchildren, Ken Lawhorne was home from I II. I about our soils. As economic
)Irs. LaMotte her missionary Mrs. G. H. : Georgia Southern last weekend forces become more deJ1,1alld'1 *,
and at Christmas. ,.. Esther Peter and Janina. She I '!
husband and their young the son United Visit Museum Smith, a next door neighbor pro- will return home this weekend.Mr. I. visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. i management becomes more i im
daughter departed from 'ided the other cake making it W. A. Lawhorn. i portant. We can't do a good jub
States in August, 1960. Their JacksonvilleSaturday six. Y ..3r \ and Mrs. Mercury N. Kav- ''of farm management unless we
the Con j Susan Dean Elaine
eventual destination was A 1 Butler Oxley know understand
and our soils.
Mae ouklis left Wednesday morningby
Mrs. Cook or as everyone
but it was that they Smith and Charles Corbett
go necessary
first learn French the official Cub Scout Dens 1, 2, calls her is a lifelong residentof plane for Miami where they were home from LaGrange College In our study of the soil, .Set'snot

language of the country. They and 3 of Pack 350 sponsored by Fernandina Beach. She has are attending the Public Defend. I last weekend. look only at the surface but
the Episcopal Church enjoyed a been in business off and on here I let us take a deep look. How fast
studied French at Neuchatel,, ers' Convention at the American
23 mostly on Mr. and Mrs John Hutchins will water move down through
the school "field trip" to the Jacksonville for about years I
Switzerland, during
Children's Museum. the west end of Cashen Curve. Hotel at Miami' Beach. Mr. I av- were in Charleston S. C., over the soil? How much water will

f I. year'Although 19CO-61.they were eager to I The boys were given the deluxe There are certain advantages ouklis is the newly appointed 'I the weekend to attend the funeralof I the soil hold? How deep is cur

I begin their missionary work in tour by Miss Thereba Stacey the I of being an oldster; Mrs. Cook MAE E. COOK AND FAMILY KICK OFF 86th BIRTHDAY I j I Assistant Public Defender for Richard Bradham. The deceased -: soil? What kind of yields shouldwe

Africa, Mrs. LaMottewrote, "Cer science curator. This Included a I can remember events which took celebration. The aU.day music and festivities left I the 4th Judicial Circuit of the I' was president of Superior Motels expect from different systems

tainly we could have had no love i showing the planitarium with a place long before many of us Mae untired and undaunted which is more than someyounger i which Circuit consists of the State of of Florida Duval Inc., of which the Hutchins I of management on this
I fascinating visit among the stars I around. One such memory I Nassau are members. I kind of soil?
elier place to study than Switzerland were could say. Pictured from left are: Mrs. N. T. I and Clay Counties. Mr. and Mrs.
God has lavished .say much from sunset to sunrise. dates back to 1898 when for a I I These are only a few -ofthe
I Acosta; Mae E. Ccok, J. P. Cook, and N. Tom Acosta. t Kavouklis are expected home I I
beauty on this country." I The count7 store of Cowford time the whole island was covered Sunday. John A. Gedeon At questions that the Soil Conservation -
much item of inter. by a tidal wave. Railroad Service in roo ration wjth
in leaving 'was very an ]
I They were delayed I tracks were torn the old pave j In 1 Quonset Point With the state college and experiment
Europe for some months due to est, as was the wildlife exhibit in up I Magnolia Garden I.Yulee Youths Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ragansand
I the unsettled condition in the its natural surroundings. However I Ij illion was covered and an ocean I k Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hinson of Helicopter SquadronUSS station is attempting td answer..
Congo. When they finally: reached j the showing of a Disney movie of going ship came to deck in front Club HasOctober Basic Training'At Tampa were the weekend guestsof This is being done through the

their destination the young moth I the "Undersea World" really captured of the old Post Office. Fortunately !' MeetingThe Great Lakes Mr. and Mrs. Kent Crisp. I BIDDLE (FHTNC) National Cooperative Soil ?urvey. .
few people lived on the island ..
er set about the tasks of learning i the cub scouts' attention. II John A. Gedeon, missile techni'I! "
I Tshihba the local language, and I. A picnic was a fitting climax to then. October meeting of the GREAT LAKES, ILL. (FH- I Mrs Lloyd A. Jones returned Through this survey the chir-
keeping house. She reported that"I the day of fun and was enjoyed Music for the day-long occasion Magnolia Garden Club was held TNC) Barney Strickland Jr., recently from a trip to Bloomfield cian seaman: USN son of Mr. i acter and extent of the ,various

her only, difficulties had been I by the adults as much as by the was furnished by well almost Tuesday at the home of Mrs i 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Hills, Michigan where she and Mrs. John F. Gedeon of 1608 : kinds or types of soils are determined -

"adjusting to kerosene lamps a,, I boys. everyone. Mrs. Cook her-' Howard Hanna with Mrs. T. '' Strickland and Rodney M. Camp 'visited her daughter, Mrs. JamesA. Ash St. is serving with HelicopterAntiSubmarine I Full use is made of the

wood cook-stove, and morning Accompanying the dens were: self plays accordian and fiddle; Anderson, and Mrs. W. T. S'I' 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wheeler and her family. On I I Squadron Five at | laboratory the experimental plots;
I worship for the community at 6:30 I Mrs. B. C. White Mr. and Mrs Mr. Cook, guitar; Tom Kaney son as co-hostess. C Campbell all of Yulee are the return trip Mrs. Jones stopped the Naval Air and the research farms to obtain
Station Quonset
each morning." Phillip C. Stewart Mrs. Donald guitar; Tom Acosta "fiddle;" A on dried undergoing nine weeks trainingat at Charlotte N. C. to visit this information.
The children Sarah Katharine Heafner, Mrs. Robert White, Mrs and W. M. Acosta, "fiddle". I I I ments program was presented by Mrs. Jane 'I the Naval Training 'Canter, Mr. and Mrs. C. Taylor Mauney. Point R. I. Yield studies are made to determine

5; and John Jr., 3 quickly I B. R. Catherwood and Mrs. Grace I Titles of songs played included -II Phillips after which the members II Great Lakes, 111. Mrs. Mauney is Mrs. Jones'daughter. The squadron flies the latest the expected yields .of

e! adopted the eating habits of the! I Meers. "Old Joe Clark" "Down Yonder participated in a workshop. I II The program includes naval model HSS-1N, night dipping helicopters various under differentlevels

j country and were soon enjoying: I Approximately 24 boys were ," "After the Ball," and I The club discussed and voted in I history and organization ord- !Ir. and Mrs. Gary Upton spent and deploys regularly I crops each
t fried ants that neighbors had sent. present for the trip. "Over the Way' to name but a favor of sponsoring an outdoor I nance and gunnery seamanshipand the weekend at the home of relatives aboard the aircraft carrier USSLake of management '

'Their parents preferred the fresh I few., I lighting contest for Christmas i damage control, sentry duty I in Columbia, Mississippi. Champlain I kind of soil. This phase. of the
f fruits mangoes avocadoes, "Teen Club" Dance The guests were served a din decorating. soil survey is done through fxildobservatiois
pineapples and citrus fruits I ner which included ham pork i I and military drill physical fit Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hall Sr. are I experimental, ,re?,is

produced ,locally. Set for SaturdayAt and beef before they even started Refreshments members were served and,totine i ness first aid and survival. visiting his brother and sister-in- To clean narrow-necked vases or and farmer experience. Aid. will
t During their first term in the 'Rec' Center I on the cake; needless to say sixteen present ,During the training recruits law Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Hall at have I be sought from farmers in the
two guests Mrs. Mary Jane Seitz t' bottles that openings too :
their ranch Punta Gorda. obtained with .
added near I area on yields \r-
Congo new member was no one went hungry I
a and Mrs. Lorraine Pickett. complete tests and interviewsto 'I small for a bottle brush, drop
1 to the family. A daughter Margaret I The "Teen Club" will hold a Among those present were: I Mrs. Mary Michael Mrs Leta determine their future assignments Charles Corbett was home from some crushed eggshells into the ious types of management._ _
Rose was born April 25, i dance Saturday evening in the Mrs. Cook's and his wife I
son LaGrange College last weekend vessel, add a little water and
Cenek ant Mrs. Judy Douglas in the Navy. Upon I
11H52! at the mission hospital at : Recreation Center ,Auditoriumfrom Mr. and Mrs. Willie L. Dough- 1
visiting with his Mr. and shake until all film and dust disappear
I welcimed members parents \
Y:30 until 11:30. were as new i I completion of training they are Trade At Home
Bulape. erty of Jacksonville; her four Mrs. Exteen Corbett. from the glass. After
at Lu- I dress is school clothes and of the club.Yulee I to service schools for II
The family is stationed The brothers and their families, Mr. assigned rinsing, it i will l be crystal clear.
i! lanbourg, where Mr. LaMotte the admission is free for mem and Mrs. N. Tom Acosta Jacksonville I technical training or to ships I Miss Lynda Mattson and her 1 -- -__- -_ ---- -- --- --
teaches at an interdenominational I bers. Non-members may purchasea I ; J. C. Acosta Jackson- Cheerleaders and shore stations for on-the-job I roommate at South Georgia College -I r--------- -.
theological school membership at the door for ville; W. M. Acosta and his Miss Jo Ann Murphey spent'i ii >
Mrs. LaMotte is the former $1.00 and a membership applica daughter Mrs. Kilda Brazell; i Hold Shrimp SupperFor training in a specialized Navy i the weekend with Miss Mattson's

Olivia Ann Bishop of Greenville, tion. and B. F. Acosta; two sisters I Uniform FundThe rating.A parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Matt- I Freel! Free! :

Florida. She received her B. A Sponsors will be provided by Mrs. Ruby Hauptmann, and Mrs. son. I :
two-tone is
degree from Montreat College,, the Fernandina Beach Woman's A. T. Riley, both of Jacksoon- Yulee High School Cheer- darning egg a I
. r Montreal, North Carolina, and Club Youth Committee. leaders will serve a fund raise s'ght-saver.! Paint half the egg ,Charles P. Kindig former resident WITII TIUS :
ville.Also white the other half black. Then and his son Harrison of Specio.Q! DCOUl'S : I
I study at Mont. tomorrow
done Shrimp Supper
has graduate present were: Mr. and ing I use the white half for mending .,
pellier, France. She is a memberof Local Students Mrs. G. II. Smith Mr. and Mrs. night, for the purchase of their dark-colored hose the black half Otscgo, Michigan visited: last I I 1
I week with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. WOODBURY
Churchof unuorms. PURCHASE :
the First Presbyterian Tom Kaney, and other $5.00
many for mending light-colored hose. I
Number 1 10 At Hamilton and other friends. IA
Chatham Virginia, where< her friends and relatives. Supper will be served from I ::: LOTION AT

husband has served as pastor.. I LaGrange College .5:30 until 8:00 in the school cafe I Use of paper'and paperboard N Dr. and Mrs.,Cecil Brewten and I I SlooValue. .
The LaMottes will be living in CARD OF THANKS teria. The menu will consist of L
has reached daughter Miss Margie Brewton
I products _a_ new high Woas
Maxton and Montreat North Carolina Nine states and three overseas In these few days since the fried shrimp, hush puppies I iof I 453 pounds average per pcI :- and Mrs. J. J. S. Cooper will leave I! O? e..I, ,, ,;., Drug Storeza JI

and Greenville, Florida, until -I areas are represented by the 490( loss of our loved one, we have French fries cole slaw and tea. 1 sQn per year in the U. S. Saturday for Denmark and Col : _eq_ _" __. _
their. return.to tlw Congo in I students'enrolled'during the 133rd received cards and'notes from I Desserts may be bought separately. I --- -

June 19G4. While in Fernandina I academic! year at LaGrange College many friends, expressing their I ...... ._..ee."IIIII.illi"li"eeeii'eei,
Beach they will stay with Miss Georgia. Ten of this num. concern, sympathy and prayers Everyone is urged to support .
Olive Galphin who is her aunt. ber are students from Fernan for us as we searched for comfort this project. = e

dina Beach. and understanding. Your I BLUE RIBBON
"If you think old soldiers just They are, Donald Brazell Susan thoughtfulness has helped greatly : 'i :
fade away try getting into you? Butler Charles Corbett, Russell to direct us to our ComfortingGod Nassau Lunchroom :
old service uniform" S. E. Me- Harvey Judi Hitchcock ; but the understanding, we : III : F\ Rib End Pork Roast lb. 29cdoers

keel Ovid (N. Y.) Gazette and Theodore Hitchcock Helen MejMonagle I I'' are sure will be given at Our Personnel Attends :

Independent Dean Oxley Joseph I Lord's discretion when we are o End lb. 39c
------ Peterson and Martha Elaine able to accept it.

I Smith. In one note we received a : Region III! Meeting .-
I j; ----- --- -- -- e
\ LaGrange College is a Methoj I poem. We would like to share I :. ,
OYSTERSFRIED j j dist-related senior college emphasizing with all of you, for it best expresses Ii i WHOLE e
I The Region III meeting of the
a general liberal arts, curriculum the deep gratitude and I
I Florida School Food Service Association -
for both and women, love in hearts to all of
men I I our you I
was held in Palatka on Hens Ib 19c
in academic divisions, business. for helping us find the vision ofGod's October : I Stewing! z
I Saturday
administration and economics,,,, : workings in our lifes deeper
SURFRESTAURANT The following ladies from Nassau -
fine arts, humanities, science and, trials.
mathematics and social science. II "TilE GOD OF COMFORT"We I County attended: Mrs. Kathryn : FARMER GRAY e
I .. Brown, County Lunchroom
Within the majors are programs have been through the valleyof _
Supervisor Mrs. Susie Thomas, SS
Across From Ocean Pier i of study planned for the \ weeping, Bernice Mrs. Lorena '
'pre-professional areas of medicine .' I The valley of sorrow and pain; I Mrs. Davis : = B A C 0 N lb. 49c g
Private Dining Room For Franklin, Mrs. Ola Sikes and Mrs.
dentistry medical :technoI But the GOD of all comfort was ,.
,'I Edna Cribb Hilliard; Mrs. Lillian ---- --
Parties, Clubs, Etc. I logy, librarianship law, and the. : with us, I S --
'I. Mrs. Bernice Goodwin I)
I Joyce,
i II |
and sustain.
ology. At hand to uphold ..
- I I Mrs. Nina Thomas and Mrs. Ann ,I ARMOUR CANNEDPICNICS (t
I As the earth needs the clouds Shelf, Callahan; Mrs. Mae I
and the sunshine I Campbell Mrs. Dora Swails, Mrs. I
Our souls need Both sorrow and Joie Edge and Mrs. Lula Win: 60.4 Atlantic Avenue '. 3 Ibs* $1.69 9

joy, gate, Yulee; Mrs. Jennie Courson, t : A
I So HE places us oft in the furnace Mrs. Edna Porter and Mrs. Susie I W

I Littlest Fernandina Beach High f RED TOKAY lb. I CHASE & SANBORNCOFFEE 1 lb. Con. |
I The dross from the gold to destroy. School; Mrs. Marie Crosby Mrs. Iii
I Helena Skipper Mrs Dorothy Roberts
a I and Mrs. Belle Mock' Fer : GRAPES lOc 59*
When HE leads through some nandina Beach Junior High-Elementary

I valley of trouble I School. They met in MM1T ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER

WAS IT SHORT IN. I HIS omnipotent hand we can Yulee at 7 A.M. to go by school SNOWBALL Head i ---- __ B

trace; bus chauffered by Joe ScusseL : 1
COMFORT I For the trials and sorrows He Mrs. Oreda VanLandingham I FOOD FAIR 1 lib. Cart'

sends us Regional III Director presided. CAULIFLOWER 25c i !

Are a part of HIS lessons in The main speaker for the day COFFEE 49

grace. was Miss Callie Cootey principalof S .
the Hyde Park Elementary
shrink from the purgingand
we School in Jacksonville. The speak. .. WIlTOSEWITII$5.DOFOODORDER

Forgetting pruning the husbandman er was a charming person with a : : APPLES 29c ; :..: :

knows delightful sense of humor concern ; E HEINZ 3 For! e
of school :
That the deeper the cutting and ing her years exper .

The paring richer the cluster that grows. iences.Other dignitaries in attendancewere :' : I CATSUP $|ao- :

the president of the Florida I I PENNSYLVANIA CHAMP Gal. .
affliction is Schools Food Service Association, :: .
Well HE knows that : 20 oz. BottleS .
Mrs. Gladys Earnest from De- ,

1( rI HE needed has a wise purpose in view; I Land; and program chairman for f. I := =

"- \ '- And in the dark valley HE Jacksonville the 1964 FSFSA Mrs. Alma Convention Timmons in : I PILLSBURY 3 For "

I .venience. or short, dependability in 1r\cleanliness? reasonable cost, con "Hereafter whispers do. thou, shall know whatI from Of, 20 Tallahassee.the came 22 who home went with from a Nassau nice! : 1\1t'\ i 1'F reeze j C j Calce Mixes 89*:"' :

As we travel through life's shadowed gift a few of the many door : I WHITE CHOCOLATE YELLOW..,
IF SHORT IH' ANY valley prizes provided by Putnam Coun _
YOU NEED SUBURBAN PROPANE GAS HEAT Fresh springs of HIS love ever ty's group. e LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER t e
rise, The 1964 meeting will be held

-- -. And we learn that our sorrow in Nassau County. It is hoped.1 FYNE TASTE 17 oz. Each I 20 Pound Bag :. :
and losses that Nassau can match the hospitality *
+ Our Constant Comforts .
Are blessings just sent in dis which was so graciously]

NoVent and Martin Heaters So we'll guise.follow wherever HE extended First national by Putnam presidential County nominating : APPLESAUCE 5c! Charcoal 88c.: :I

-- ---- ---- - -- -- convention in the U. 3.
WRITE PHONE OR STOP IN TODAY Let the path be dreary or bright,. I was held in Baltimore in 1831. : :
I For weye proved that, our': God, t: Each
can give comfort, *
Suburban I Our God can give songs in the GIANT FYNE TEX' Each. i
SUBURBAN PROPANE Propane; !i night. Anon. HELP SMOKE : Tomato Juice 5c := :

I) GAS SERVICE Thank you all so much. .., BEAR PREVENT !t Detergent 48 8t

GAS SERVICE (signed) Mrs. Johnny M. 13i oz. Can
I 7S.7lhSt. "Ph. 261-3661 ANYWHERE Thompson And Rev. and Jr. and Mrs.sons J. 11, %4'INTKSWTII\ I: LIMIT TWO WITH $3.00. FOOD ORDER I LIMIT. ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER :

'- Thompson, Sr. and family,,., 1"8


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l'tC; Sis News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, October 24, 1963
'- I
u Springer To Head ..,

r&:' Nassau Sheriff H. J. Youngblood's Water Patrol Ranks With The Finest In The State Yulee Another Chamber YearThe

,. '- w. '.' ... ..v' .. .. ...... .. board of directors of the
little- Although over a only year organized, the Nassau for a .: ;?C ;;.)ie tii:: i:: i.:':'. "' '"v. -' : _.. : ... t Yulee Tuesday Chamber at noon of at Commercemet the Barn

County Sheriff's Water Patrol Restaurant for the election of of
ranks with the largest and most ficers. .

efficient in the state. Bob A. Springer was re-elected
: Twenty-eight meu are now president and director. Electedto

I members of the Patrol and all but serves! with Springer were Jim

six have their own personal boats. )Mead N$ president, and Mrs.

Sheriff II. J. Youngblood has one d M Shelba Bovette, secretary and
i boat that belongs to the county treasurer ?/*.

and the rest of the members are kmay' Elected tfhc board of directors
volunteers who have donated their .b
f s s ; were Jim Mead and Lawrence -
I boat and their own time to the Higginbotham.The .
; principles of water safety. .
membership drive now un
The Patrol holds regular meetings
r derway was discussed, as were
j at Porter's Fish Camp at w several plans for the new year.

which times they study boatingand .A AK :
..w .4.5x. $Li9 'i5 '
A '% : o.: + .k !
? d .4F z ?F. ',.
I ways to contribute to a better tC.'yAy'.. .. ... w r.u..: 3.Ca9.:e R'nws. t ;>' .,N: For good-looking baked apples,
awareness of safety practices Wr a viYP prick -,JJieir skins beforehand.
Sheriff H. J. Youngblood is shown with six of the Water Patrol boats and the trailer which carries rescue equipment. They'll! bake. without bursting.
while on the water.

Since its organization the Pa *

trol has participated in a numberof Mary's River. I a member of 'the Patrol as the I turning the boat. Hair managedto : call and towed Hair and his boat Smith, Bob Carter, Conway Davis, ;! Thirsk, Bill Hair, L L Bohannon, Charles President Berry Williams of Terminal, Pat Ray and
of fishermen and boat- Raui-
rescues stranded boats. Deputy John Bodine, Joe Barn I one in distress. Bill Hair was returning scramble on the overturnedboat I i I into his camp on Egan's Creek.I C. E. McLain, Roy Jackson, Clark j Herman Roper and W. A. Schur- chert, Ray Shrigley, Ken; Foic-
ers on or damaged ,
ard and Herman Roper answeredthe from Tiger Island in late but found the tide was carrying Barnard and other personnel at ene. I
I II I Gene McCall Dick Gordon hand, Harry Taylor John
The boats are located at stra- call and found a commercial afternoon when he developed gear him into Cumberland Sound his camp have figured prominently Brookins -, Hooper
II Roy Jackson, Clark Brookins Bill Hogah, J. 11.
tegic points in the county and fisherman with disabled motors trouble with his motor. and toward the open sea. in a number of the rescues. I Leroy McKee, Bob Steffens, LaChame and

stand ready to render immediate and a hole in the bottom of the I The only gear working was reverse -I His calls for help were heard by 1 The Patrol was chartered in James Lee, Porter Barnard, Dr. I Gene McCall and James Lee are I Oris Caldwell.Higginbotham, and Ray

assistance if called on. boat. They effected a rescue and and he attempted to back campers at Fort Clinch State I January of this year and the following | Brad White, Joe Barnard, Buster I II listed as divers. They are equippedfor

The most recent rescue was in towed the boat into port for re- across the river. Heavy waves I Park and they called in to reporta are listed as members: ( Moore, Vernon Douglas, Gene : underwater rescue, salvage Container' representatives were

I answer to a distress call from a pairs. were running and one came over I boater in distress. Sheriff H. J.. Youngblood, J. W. Lasserre, Conway Davis, Jr., Top [! and searching for drowning vic- unable to attend since they were

boat at the mouth of the St. Another recent rescue involved the transom, swamping and over-i__. ,Porter. -- -Barnard- -.answered....... ---"-theFlipper Batchelor, John Bodine, Colvin sy Smith, Walter Preston, Johnny ., tims. engaged--- ----in.. -negotiations.- --.---..- ..

ance at the meeting, other than IF YOU II AVER CHILI YOU'RC
P-T A SponsoredContinued Community ChestContinued those named above, were: RICH ENOUGH TO NEED A

J. E. Weatherford, Dr. W. D.
l' TieGarden/ ( from Page One) ( From Page One) Rodeffer, Exteen Corbett, Dan FAMILY

Daugherty, Ray Beville, Jim SECURITY
y 7 One of the many attractive fea- "You have a product that does Beard, Jimmy Graves, Emerson

J'' Basket ll tures of the carnival this year will not have to be sold," said Phin- Fizer, Bob Gingles, Bill Webb CHECKUPWhat
.r> t be the Spaghetti supper. Plan ney, who added that the only Reed Lewellen Otis Higginbotham -
now to attend early and I it is and What it Does for
enjoy a stumbling blocks are a "let Georgedo Gil ''
ti 'Weighton, Bob Tarpley,
.. BY JANE SCOFIELDWe 9 meal with the children, then visit it" You:
attitude and procrastination. Franz Mitchell, Bob Cenek, Clay-
all the booths and concessions ti. You check the facts: your
ton Sanders Evert Elvin
write again about the Con- The other plant we have in available for your pleasure. Harry : Social Security, your Life insurance -
1 Hall next called on Rauschert Stratton, Ben Gruning, Dean Ox- I pensions, and other
federate Rose because we have, mind is the very much unappre Booths, concessions, and chair- who said that he echoed Phinney's ley Louis Ferreira Mrs. Jim Ry- assets. savings
noted such a beautiful specimen ciated coral vine. Probably one men are as follows: Mrs. Chuck sentiments and that he felt the lant, Claude Wingate, Walter I 2. You weigh
growing against the south wall reason for the general lack of ..a Flenniken movies and popcorn; end result of the drive could not Johnson, Ray Caldwell, Kermit I : mortgage or your rent, education-,
of the L. A. Phelps home at the enthusiasm for it is the fact we r Mrs J. A. Music and Mrs. Cecil be other than success. McQueen, J. C. Jameson, Mrs. emergencies, letirement.
of South Fifteenth ,and do not cut it back to the ground Brewton, cake walk Ii Mrs. T. R. Gordon I
corner A ; This year's campaign will pro Butler, Mrs. Louis Nolan, 3. You learn where you stand.
So often this typeof after blooming and thus do away Overstreet and Mrs. Houston I
Fir Streets. ,' .yyr vide $3,300 for the Boy Scouts Mrs Walter Preston John Weis- ; 4. You plan for the future.
hibiscus grows in a very untidy with a mass of unsightly old Sapp, cake walk II; Mrs. Wilcher, $1,650 for the Children's Home ner, David Gatchel Rev. Nelson I
manner which detracts from wood. The bloom will be betteron grab bag;; Mrs. Dan Cannon, cake'' Society of Florida $3,500 for the I Moyer, Mercury; Kavouklis and

.the plant's otherwise good qual- the new shoots that come in .' .. and coffee; Mrs. H. B. Alverson,j' ed Cross, $200 for the Nassau Mrs. Jonathan Hill, CC-UF execu- I MIKE
ities. However, the owner of the the spring and one has a more : I Il r marble toss; Mrs. Collin Nettles County Mental Health Assn., $160 tive secretary.

well shaped plant on Fifteenth graceful and manageable vine. drinks; Mrs. Roy Key; Mrs. Walt'I for the U.S.O., $50 for the Travelers II On Monday morning, also at a N FIALA
,Street seems to have solved that Its rosy graceful sprays can be Merzejewski and Mrs. W. E. Py- Aid Society, $2,067.62 for breakfast at Seaside, representatives
difficulty by choosing aery used so effectively in our homes ron, spaghetti Mrs. Gene I Phone 261-5323
supper; the Girl Scouts, $178.50 for the of Container, Rayonier and
protected location for it, and | during the fall months that we a Weatherford and Mrs. H. J. Alli- I Y.M.C.A., $5,500 for the Salvation Terminal Paper Bag Co. met and Fernandina Beach
from all indications by giving !ti I should regard it more highly. If son, horror house; Mrs. T. H. Kel- Army and $1,000 for operating discussed their individual drivesat
'a little extra care. It is worth a one feels that it is too near the Y ly, lawn bowling. expenses. I the respective mills. Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.
ride past this home to see how weed class in our locality per- Mrs. Dick and New York 19, N. Y.
I II Crumpler Mrs. Officers and workers in attend- Attending the meeting were I
beautiful this often neglected haps the more rare white form Charles Bryan, hot dogs on a I
plant can be. would give pleasure. It is less stick; Mrs. Louis Ferreira and I I

'I While a rather coarse plant, profuse in its bloom but quite the friendly dolphin, introduces Luke llalpln to his Mrs. Hugh Stone, Jr., sweet shop; I Mrs. Bob White, "Punch andJudy" ,
it is a charming one with its abil- lovely. We have written in this home beneath the sea in one of the remarkable underwater
Mrs. R. P. Talbird, candy apples, show; Mrs. Joe Jones, ring PURVIS DIESEL SERVICE
ity to cover itself with great i j column before that in the Philip- scenes of troColdirynMayer's ,fascinating film, "Flipper. Mrs. A. I
Peplow the bottle Mrs. Bill Miller
country store; ; work
Chuck Connors heads the the unusual color
cast of
white form is
white pink, i the
ball of bloom in pale pines
; | orchids in wed- telling the story. of the extraordinary: friendship between a boy: Mrs. Dick Galphin and Mrs. Don day crew; and Mrs. E. P. Fachko, :
and deep rose all on the same I used with white Another and a dolphin. The han Tors production <<,filmed on locationsin Heafner, fun house; Mrs. W. L. carnival chairman. I i OVERHAUL AND REPAIR -
day. These colors are refreshing ding arrangements. the Florida Keys, Bahamas and Virgin Islands. Lay and Mrs. W. J. McClain, par A special feature this will
both year
in autumn when the general name for it, which embraces abe
to see trend of plant life is to orange I the pink and white flowered var- cel post; Mrs. David Jones, clown the appearance of Ranger Hal ( Diesel Engines Hydraulic Clutch -
pitch; Mrs. Hilton Brazell fish from Channel 4 TV He will be
and yellow. It is sometimes ieties is Chain of Love. One pond I.Mrs. here from 6:30: until 8:00.: He will !' Generators Alternators Voltage
doubt because listed catalogues Minder ScuttleContinued Ramblin'Continued
called Cotton Rose, no I finds it Pirates Just
V. M. Beckham, fish pond j give number of door
of away a
of its similarity to the cot- its scientific name I Regulators And Dynamo Electric
in of the bloom to with the accent on the "tig"Other IIi; Mrs. C. L Taylor and Mrs. I prizes and will be going from one
ton change ability from white or cream to I common names are Queen's ( from Page One) ( from Page One) Jerry Giddens, barn yard; Mrs. i booth to the next to visit with all I Ii

faint pink and then to rose as itt Wreath and Mountain Rose. The score. The extra point try failed and Sheriff H. J. Youngblood'sWater Herb Frank Puletti, cat off fence; Mrs. i the children. So come on out Saturday \ G&S MACHINE SHOPPHONE
White and Mrs. H. S. Mill evening and bring the kids
matures. Both plants belong to white variety may be hard to and Fernandina led, 76. Patrol are sponsors of this I I
sap, spoonburgers Mrs. Paul Sims for fine time and much delicious
; a
the hibiscus family. The scientific find. We found a worthy relative Macclenny kicked off to Arn annual event. Added to all the I 261.3711FRONT
t\I name of the Confederate of this vine, a weed but a mighty old on the Pirate 12 and Arnold fish you can eat you'll get some cotton candy. i I food. 'I
_;l Rose is Hibiscus mutabilis. It useful and decorative one the returned to the Fernandina 43. of the Sheriffs famous hushpup- I Mrs. R. H. Cenek and Mrs. M. I DON'T FORGET, SATURDAY STREET FERNANDINA BEACH[, FLA.

'I grows as well for us here as the I dock we use in our dried ar- Rowe went for 2 and Schomas pies. N. Kavouklis, Cokes and hot dogs; EVENING!
hardier types of hibiscus or perhaps i rangements.We made it a first down on the Mac- w. .r --- --
\ a little better. It is often I have written of quite common lenny 40. Schomas ran for 8 anda ,
killed./back during a cold winter, I plants in our locality with Tyson to Wood pass was incomplete There are many; kinds"of big I --:--
after which it is sure but rather' the thought that gardeners might before Rowe ran to the winds, tornadoes, cyclones, typhoons j ...,l. '

slow in putting up new growth i learn to appreciate them more Macclenny; 28. Arnold went for ,. hurricanes and .a. wider I <..
from the roots and is ready to by doing a better job of growing 3 yards as the first quarter end variety during political campaigns j
bloom in the fall. Like other hibiscus them. ed. With Hurricane Ginny kicking up I NEW
I I it is propagated from Arnold ran for one before Tyson the seas off the Florida Coast' and

cuttings. I tossed to Arnold for another with the local surf pounding' the i, FRIGIDAIRE
We noticed at this home, also Merchants Discuss first down on the Macclenny 15. beach, it seems a good time. to !

in a, protected corner a cassia bi- Schomas rammed for 5, Rowe pass along a few facts carried in
capsularis a couple of weeks (Continued from Page One) lost one and Schomas ran to the ; bygone years by a news agency. : DRYER
away from bloom. Last winter's Macclenny 4. Rowe made 2, then i N
cold played havoc with our cas- aged through normal handlingeach failed to gain before Schomas I Floridians never get caught P
sias. In most cases however they year. went into the end zone for the short in a storm, because they 11
have the ability to come back 'I Bailey named Rudy York, Bert touchdown. Wood's extra point know the whims of the winds bcI11a1kt1wsk
and bloom the following fall. It I Maxwell, Harry Poole and K. W. try was not good and Fernan- which is a lot more than several

is a fast growing plant, and it is Robison as a committee to handle I dma led, 136.Fernandina other parts of the country can dries clothes breeze-fresh, .

,, even possible to have blooming I fund raising for this year's light had another scoring say. even safer than sunshuie! ,:: I ;.
plants from cuttings in one sea opportunity late'in the first :
ing.The But
son. Being killed back by cold i is directors also approved efforts half when Benny Alvarez recov- communities from one end
rather a minor considerationwith I to secure uniform closing ered a Wildcat fumble on the of the earth to the other have --- Plus features galore: HJ ---

these plants, for to keep hours during the peak days of Fernandina 28. Schomas made 4 been buffeted unmercifully by severe --- ---
the shrubs from becoming lanky Christmas shopping. yards and Arnold ran for a first storms from the beginningof
they need severe pruning any- Approved closing hours are as down to the Pirate 38, but three time, and it's relatively recently New Convenient FABRICS DIAL -
way. Wait until spring to prune. follows: carries netted only 7 yards on that protective measures have -- ---
Our cold winters of recent Open all day Wednesday on the next series of plays and been successful.We P

years have taken care of the untidy Dec 11 and 18, rather than. the Wood punted, to the Macclenny find that records have been SPECIAL WRINKLES-AWAY = .
appearance of several plants half day usual closing. 5 yard line.Macclenny. kept on hurricanes for as manyas == DRYING for Wash & Wear fabrics

that we might otherwise fail to Open until 8 p.m. on Dec. 16, could not move the 400 years, or more; naturally .. saves hours of tiresome :.:. "' \.::; ;
prune in early spring and thus 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 23 and 24. ball and they punted just before sparce in earlier times but rela -= ironing every month! .. >}J(:!;; ".; .... .....
not get the pleasure from them 1 Director Roscoe Moore agreed the first half came to an end. tively complete for the last hun ti
that should. One of these is i the local merchants on : /
we to contact The Pirates were on their way dred years or so. India has had .
our lovely blue flowering plumbago the proposed closing hours. toward another score late in the the worst treatment by far: .in'I' = rth( -

and the less seen white i I third period when Tyson passedto 1737, at the mouth of the Hooghly -
flowering variety. One of its requirements -: Wood for a first down on the River, there were 300,000 rNIi 0r s
for success is that it City CommissionContinued Macclenny 8 yard line, but on deaths; in 1789 at Coringa, 20,000

be severely cut back in spring.Cooper's the next play the Pirates fumb- deaths ensued and in 1878, at (tlaa 'w....""..
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( from Page One) led and the Wildcats recoveredon Backergumge there were over

their own 5 yard line. 200,000. . . .. ,
i A letter read from CharlesM. ,
was The game ended with Fernan =
Laundry : Cooper concerning a franchise dina knocking on the door againas The year 1900 brought 6,000 NO-STOOP LINT SCREEN-is
I to collect garbage in this city. the Pirates had a first downon casualties to Galveston, Texas; == right on the door! Cleans in sec- -

Coin-Operated The Commission agreed to discuss the Wildcat 8 as time ran out West Palm Beach suffered 2,000 onds-and fine mesh design
the matter with Cooper when a ending the contest. deaths in 1928; Santa Cruz Del. traps even tiny particles.

Laundry and Dry meeting could be arranged.The The game was a fine contest sur, Cuba, had 400 in 1932 and'in = I -T-

application of W. P. Hogg, all the way with the Pirate line 1938 over 600 persons died in New. H .
CleaningMrs. doing business as The Beachcomber doing a fine job of holding some England. I

Doris Howard, at 2045 S. Fletcher Avenue, fine Macclenny backs in check. Back in 1780, although only k+dd D2A 64, Elt trlc.la 4 colors! or whitt 1'I !
for a beer and wine license was
marked team
To the a
us game deaths resulted
30,000 one of the
Manager:; granted.A effort by all players concerned, worst hurricanes of all times I FRIGIDAIREFLOWING '
letter was read by City Man
therefore, will not single
we wrecked the entire West Indies
14th & Beech StreetsOYSTERS '
ager David Gatchel from the American ii better
out player being :
and Bermuda and was one of the
Legion asking that a proclamation than the others.
first storms to receive an official HEAT DRYER
I be issued regarding Friday; night the Pirates will name two names, in fact, "The LIBERAL: TRADE-IN
Veterans Day on Nov. 11. Mayor 'I
be on the road for a game with Great Hurricane" and "Captainussan's
Johnson signed such a proclamation the Santa Fe Rebels at Santa Fe
Gale. The latter
and it will be issued. came ALLOWANCES ;
which will be a Keystone Con- because it arrived in Bermuda on PRICED TO SELL -
ference ball game. Next week
the eve of the Captain's burialIt ,
On The Half Shell THANK YOUI the Pirates will entertain Douglas terms
would like to take this opportunity Georgia here with Bradford caused an English fleet to easy
SURFRESTAURANT to thank each and everyone ; High, Orange Park being the disappear off St Lucia and com- I REMEMBER! IT COSTS KO MORE! TO GET THE NEST-FRIGIDAIRE!

for their lovely flowers, encouraging next teams played here before pletely ravaged the 6,000-person i
I cards, good food, visits the Pirates travel to Live Oak island. It sank 40 French ships, I
I and prayers during my stayin for the season's final carrying 4,000 passengers at Mar- I

Across From Ocean Pier the hospital and while con- tinique. On land the towns of St Florida Public Utilities Co.
i Private Dining Room For valescing at home. "The man who wakes up famous -., Pierre and other places were completely I !
God bless each and every one has never been asleep. razed and 9,000 persons
Parties Clubs
of you for all your kindnesses. Lloyd S. Waters, Mountain Home J'perished and several English war

Bernice Taylor and family (Ida.) News hips went down off Bermuda. _

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J 1 "-" NewsLeaderFernandina: Beach, Florida Thursday, October 24,4963Page' Seven

Junior Gridders 1 L LTJ. I : ;: Lr : I About seventeen ladies went to I

Lose To Barefoot St. Marys, Georgia, Tuesday. They i

1 .. .,:. FOLLOW THRU played nine holes of golf and I HUMIDITY HIGH
? [ went to Mrs. Casey's for lun hI i :
Green Cove TeamBY ... { '
i, eon. They enjoyed an afternoon of W WIND LOWUYODMJSTBURH-
as xY : card games and then had refresh- .

''I CURT GORDON : g i menu at Mrs. George Barker's. l;\ ,
A barefoot of Junior ;
High football group players from 'I ifO.r LET THIS BE SOI!
M{' 7f i Try A Classified Ad
Green Cove Springs "dug in" IX p S ;:
and smashed Fernandina Junior '"

I High, 26-7, last Thursday nightin N.

the first game of the season .
} for the local team.

James Ennis, Fernandina fullback
t\, scampered 60 yards for i BUY YOUR .

f the only score of the game for .. .. :
the young Pirates. Fled Adams a i.II .
ran for the extra point to give 7y>.' ;, : m y .. .. .. :
period Fernandina of the 7 points game. in the final {' R do- : ?' : BY WILLIE MATTSON SIEGLER HEATER

David Rodeffer kicked off for Pokerhand winners for October i .
Fernandina to open the game 19 and 20 were H. G. Pert, Julius

I and Green Cove returned to the I' Bonnard/ Tucker to Match ford Chevy Goldblatt, Tony Riveria, Andy : LOCALLY ;: .
I' 45 yard line from the, 35. On the I' Shannon, Les Girard, Archie l' .
first play the visitors ran 551 Smith, L. G. Nash, Dave Gray, A.! .
yards for a touchdown, but a :' j, E. Cosgrove, John Gregory, Ray

1 to score clipping the and Fernandina penalty moved the nullified 36.ball Fernan-back the :I I:/In Feature Race Sunday At Drag Strip Caldwell Blank.: *Jim *Dale, -fr and Curt i Get Our "TRADE-IN" Price :

dina held at this point and took Due to our uninvited guest Gin- j It's Just As Good
possession of the ball on their BY CURT GORDON tions ever staged slated for the : ning promptly at two-thirty. Gates I will be between Mr. Ford, himself I ny staying around a day or two, or Better :
own 25.James. Nick Smith, operator of the ;I Drag Strip on Sunday afternoon, will be open at nine-thirty Sun Phil Bonnard of Decatur, j the first round matches of the
Ennis ran for 2 yards, Drag Strip at the local airport, I October 27. Time trials are set for day morning.The Ga. He will be driving what is ; FBWGA Championship may not
Fred Adams made it a first has one of the best racing attrac ,,11 o'clock with the races begin. feature races of the dayis termed the "Fastest Ford in the | be completed by Sunday evening. '

down on the Fernandina 42 before I; South' and will hold a match race ( If you are unable to play by the i HARDEE BROS. CO.
Ennis picked up 3 and Lee out going again after being .for the best three-out-of-five: scheduled time matches may be
Godwin failed to gain. On the 1 confined to the local hospital. I with Bob Tucker of Orlando, I j played the'next week. -
next play a Fernandina fumblewas Good to who has the "Fastest Chevrolet I Two matches have been played. I
see you going again,
recovered by Green Cove on coach. in Florida'. The match has Mrs. Rudy York defeated Mrs. Atlantic Avenue .
the Fernandina 40. Green Cove Sports Slants/ # drawn such widespread publicity I Edison Casey and Mrs William I I II

f scored on a long pass play to The Fernandina Pirates will be that people from Tampa, Atlanta Sweatt beat Mrs. Bill Melton. I
make the score 7.0 at the end of Gainesville and other cities !
on the road Friday night when
the quarter. f BY CURT GORDOK have indicated their desire to see''{f
they travel to Santa Fe, but will
Green Cove scored again late I be at home for the next three Friday I the contest. j'j'
in the second period when they Fernandina when Pat Patterson of Cocoa Beach <
probably played its Mrs. Sandra Wortmari are the nights they entertain
r blocked a Fernandina punt on best game of' the football season sponsors, for ''the Junior High Douglas, Ga., Starke and Orange will be here to challenge any i
the Fernandina 45. The extra last Friday night when they edged Cheerleaders and ',they wanted to Park on successive weekends before Class A Stock car. Patterson I rr '
point was added and t.the visitors the Macclenny Wildcats. They thank Louis Ferreira, president of traveling to Live Oak to end I drives a 19C2 Chevrolet.and Fernandina's -I I DOES YOUR "-
I led, 140. The final two Shorty Lovett has indicated
scores -
had .
to "play" because Macclennyhas Florida National, for donating the season. j .
fJ came in the second half. a fine team and a medicore megaphones given to the cheerleaders ok & I he will take on Patterson :I ,

Fred Adams, Tub Johnson, I effort could have given them an- and Tommy Askins for Florida will entertain LSU on in what should be another ENGINEJj5RI
Tommy Lohman, Pat Leary, f other loss. Some fine running by painting them. ',: Saturday afternoon in the annual ooutstanding race. Lovett had :1 ::
some tough luck his last time
Sherald Watkins, Wayne Uffle- Schomas, Arnold and Rowe, along Florida Homecoming The
t .1'i. game. f
man, David Rodeffer, Terry ,with outstanding defensive play I .t ...' big Gator Growl will take place. out but hopes to have his car in MOTOR
Porter. BarnardjjQwner of Porter I the best .running shape.- I STALL?
Rowe, Lee Godwin, Joey Snead I by the Pirate line was the differ I Friday night which is known to be 'I OR
and James Ennis the 's Fish Camptkinforms us that Other races will be staged dur-
'opened ence. Wood and Tyson have to be one of the finest shows annually. I|
game for Fernandina with Steve I on Saturday night he will offer ing the day with all classes, I< A.
brought in for fine offensive work. The Growl usually draws more !Ii GET
Solomon, Ricky Oliver Phil Al- his sixth annual "Free" Fish Fryto Dragsters, Stockers and Road. ryaTUNEUP .
than the does Saturday
#. the This people game on -
,day, Denny Robinson, Mark public time he will i sters.
Bean, Mason Bean, Billy Taylor, I The Little League will have be assisted by,Sheriff H. J..You g- Smith indicated he plans to.
its annual l District Meeting 'herein blood and tb<> Sheriff's Water (!
Mike Sapp, David I oward, Tom present four more big racing 1' Only
Northey, Darell Whatley, Lee Fernandina on Saturday. The I Patrol We 'bet Roy Jackson is CityBowling days before the end of the year I ///A1r

Key and Stewart Pikula seeingaction meeting was held in DeLand last j getting. hungry already.. with some outstanding attrac-i i ,i
for the Pirates, year. *. tions and some big surprises for S

I # I Nick Smith, operator: of the League you racing fans. I t/: *

I The Junior High football season local Drag Strip; has some more Don't forget gates open at 66 \

ASKINS didn't get off on the right footas 'outstanding Drag' races for you BY HENRY ELLIS, JR. I nine with races getting under- : r
Green Cove won over our fans: Sunday: 'aft r oon.. The .big I way at two-thirty. Admission (, I'Jl I
youngsters 267. The future Pirates event of the day will be Mr. Ford, : WEEK OF 1016.63 I price is two dollars. t; any six J. I
have with Callahan himself Phil Bonnard ; Total 1 J
games ,, racing ( cylinder carcylinder i
LAUNDROrr1ATI I and St. Mary's during the season. what; is termed the "Fastest Ford I Team Standings W L Pins Q
I' Cervera Ferreira, Bunny Puletti, ''in the South," a afnst Bob Tuck Morris & Payne Body Shop ClassicBowling 888 any eight 1 .
FREE COFFEEFor Caron Brewer, Janis Parker, Carol !er's Gold Thunder which is knownto 16 8 16692 cary _
I Gough, Carolyn Breeden and Car the racing world as being the No. '4 14 10 16591
Our Customers I men Vann were the young cheerleaders ': fastest Chevrolet in Florida. This Beach Bar 11% 12% 13950 I League 'Parts extra if needed

doing their best to yell upa should be a dilly and the races begin Hadden Lanes 11 13 16800 I
, Mrs. Kathr)'n Abels victory fpr' .,,Fernandina, last' promptly at, two-thirty. I Becker's Drugs 10 14 16622 I BY HENRY B. ELLIS, JR. 'I
Attendant Thursday. Ii TH ok K.A.C. 9'414% 16920 i WEEK OF 10.17.63 .

515$oulh Eighth S1rt et. .* $ jjrf Bob Stover*,Fernandina.basketball -!'!,I High_'Team .3-Games t Total : '.._' ; WE DO ALL THIS .: q
; .
Beach 'Bar 2914 .
liliss Toro"tKjT Carpenter and I coach .and football line, coach, I II j Standings WL Pins }
,i: Hadden Lanes 2824'Becker's No. 3 72 4317

a I'I High Drugs, Ind. 3.Games' 2807 i I No.No. 4 2 45 63 4275 4250 0 Clean and adjust CD Check coil and

1 K. Skidmore (Kleber) 662 ;! No. 1 18 2777 .
FERNANDINA BEACH Stanley Bohannon 634 High Team, 3-Games spark plugs condenser (

Larry Flint 627 i, No. 4 1421
High, Team Game : No. 3 1411 @ Clean and

"JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWN'x' Beach Bar 978 j No.1.. 1393 x: set points CD Check generator
IBEACHES" Hadden Lanes 965 1Becker's 1 High, Ind. 3-Games and voltage
Drugs 954'High i'
Roger Hadden 529
Ind. Game j Billy Joyce 529 Set timing regulator
Directory Furnished By These Merchants and Business :,MenGeorge's Kleber Stanley Skidmore Bohannon 230 236 !j| Henry Ellis 513 I'
High, Team Game
t Thomas Tilman 226''; NO. 1 511 I ': 0 Adjust carburetor & Check battery .

High Scratch Bowlers .. _
SuburbanPropane : ; No. 3 506No 'A. '1;' '
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i Kleber Skidmore 205-587
FLORIDA'S 4' 506 j ...
Stanley Bohannon 214 568
Machine FIRST Gas Co. ; Roger Hadden 199--562 f t High Ind. Game |
Shop Henry Ellis 217 i
GOLF COURSE Larry Flint 201-537
I' Roger Hadden 2041;
SERVING ALL Thomas Tilman 201 537
1 +s
2 N. FRONT ST. i Billy Joyce 184 i
EXCELLENT YOURNEEDS IN. Johnnie Williamson 190-513 :
Name TP GAY.
LP GAS AND Frank Bowen 191-503
Machine WorkWelding 18-HOLE No. I 4 'lt
I Howard Wilson 196-503 t C f '
LINKS I Billy Joyce 1012 6 168 v
Brazing 7 South 7fh St. I Henry Ellis 175-501': V. Shepard 498 3 166''
High Average Bowlers
Marine Repairs James Taylor 795 6 132 i
Phone i Roger Hadden 179
Special Service To : No. 2
John Beckett 178
i f Shrimp Trawlers TIDES I Bohannon 175 Henry Ellis 1005 6 167 t
T. H. I .; Cecil Hodge 1099 6 183
AH Work Guaranteed i I Kleber Skidmore 1741!
1[ Maurice Urmanec: 396 3 132
Johnnie 173'Cecil
Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. PHOTO SHOP No. 3 I
Monday Thru Saturday it JETTIES Roll Processing :I Hodge Buddy Doland 1325 9 147 :
Add 30 Minutes Fer '* Larry Flint 1538 9 170 '.
Phone Da, 261-3711 Developing & Printing; I J AA':, q ,ry
Fernandint Harbor Kleber Skidmore 469 3 156
Night 2615.138BE
'Kodak Film
I STANDINGS OF 10.16 No. 4Fred I
HIGH LOW Photo Supplies A Handicap League Darling 831 6 138 ,
Movie-Colared & Regular 1!i Teams Archie Smith 1327 9 147 I -
W I S E' Oct. 25; Weddings Scratch SingleNo. Roger Hadden 1698 9 188 i i j y ]

12:45: a.m. 7:13 a.m. Portraits by Appointment Only 4 867 Substitutes y
I "Porcelainize" 1:20 p.m. 8:16: p.m. Studios At 504 Ash St. HDCP Single i j jBecker's Bob Larsen 491 3 163 ,
: y b irr1yG
Drugs 1004 1 i James Lynn 979 6 163
Saturday, Oct 26 Phone '261-4586 i Hadden Lanes 1004 i,, Jimmy Vinning 897 6 149 I : ,
LASTS 3 OR 4 TIMES 'Individuals 419 3 139- r.Yi
1:46: a.m. 8:17 a.m. ;, I Curtis Lightsey
; LONGER THAN 1 High Average Scratch Carl Green 495 3 165 ;
f I ORDINARY WAX JOB 2:25: p.m. 9:15: p.m. Rowland's Roger Hadden 1791 High Average Bowlers I W. ,L DU BOSE, MASTER MECHANIC IS AN EXPERT IN THE USE OF OUR .

Sunday, Oct. 27 UPHOLSTERY High Scratch Single I Roger Hadden 188 MODERN AND EFFICIENT TESTING EQUIPMENT .

LASSERRE MOTOR 1 Carl Green 231 Cecil Hodge 193 !;
2:50 a.m. 9:21: a.m. DO YOU NEED
2 Cecil Hodge 230 Larry Flint 170 !, -
C 0. 3:31: p.m. 10:11: p.m. NEW COVERINGS OR REPAIR 3 Johnnie Williamson 216 168 ':
TO YOURFURNITURE I' Billy Joyce ;irefone NEW '
Monday, Oct. 28 : High HDCP Single Henry Ellis 167 j TREADS :
S. 8th St. Ph. 261.3819 SEf.f'ERS I 1 Buddy Grider 251 ok ok i
3:56: a.m. 10:23: a.m. NEW Nathan 253 APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES _..
4:33: p.m. 11:04: p.m. 3 Larry Flint 246 A Scratch League WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZENarrow
: FREE ESTIMATES I Scratch Triple
Going Fishing? Tuesday, Oct. 29 We Pick Up and Deliver KJLC. 1048 Teams High Scratch TripleNo. or Wide Design, :

of 4:56: a.m. 11:21 a.m. HDCP Triple 2 1537 !! 1 Tubeless or Tube type 4 for

VlComplete.sl.tUs, For 5:29 p.nu 11:54 p.m. Porter & Lovequist Morris & Payne 2971'; No. .3 1508 i r r .

Line Of Wednesday Oct 30 General Contractors High Average HDCP i I High Scratch Single' I Our New Tread, identified by Medallion end IMp mark art .
Fishing Tackle SPECIALTIES John Beckett 193, No. 2 587 GUARANTEED 4 9
Rods r Reels 5':.51 a.m. WOODWORKING High Scratch Triple No. 4 541 E EIndividuals t.Anhat defect b workmanship fad material dorfn lift of treat
6:22 pm. 12:16 p.m. 1 John Beckett 616 I 2. Ar. int Bontal ran hazards (except repairable paactura) eacoua 4 9
Outdoor Camping PLASTIC SURFACING Kleber Skidmore 587 1 tend ia everyday paawnzer' ear DM for It mauls.
CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS 2 High Scratch Triple 'I tpluemeata prorated oa&rca4 wear ad Cud oa list Jrbs nrrat
EquipmentFIRESTONE Thursday, Oct. 31 KITCHEN AND BATH 3 Thomas Tilman 576 Roger Hadden 636 I at time of tdlueaaeat

6:42: a.m. 12:43: a.m. REMODELINGComplete High HDCP Triple Larry Flint 560 i j .!'. .. u _!.m' _. Plus tax and 4 trade-in/ tires
I 7:12 p.m. 1:08 p.m. Showroom I 1 James Lynn 689 High Scratch Single j I j "

BEACH SUPPLY For .Color Coordination 2 Gilbert Hadden 678 !Roger Hadden 231 J;, FREE CAR SAJ'SW 'CH15C=KJ
Tides Courtety i 3 Donald, Anderson 657 Henry Ellis 217 ;, .
lit Atlantic Ate 261-4482 Coast It: Cradebe surrey Phone 261-3068 II II I There is a trophy tournament'i '

I going on now 80% for ladies. I
: ::; I 70ft for men. 1
I Stella rolled a 577 to start the

FUN IN THE SUN {( II I HW use e Stella tournament Doland off-for 577.the ladies. : w i. .t BEACH SUPPLY

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I( register before playing! and iffi MARINES\ I HALLOWEEN'S A COMING

..Golf Association |I i i turn in their cards. [ sav It .. .. .
.. .1'I I Trophies will be awarded to.
winners in the tourney.
H Handicap Tourtioy ., The next competition after the 'Y ... .
I handicap tourney will be a mixed --.t
I Starts Saturday two-ball Turkey Tourney at ra7 1 _
:.,. i'I Thanksgiving. / .u.la 1
-I Cecil Loptien, tourney chair- ; ;f
man,Announced this week that Bowlerelfes Qtock Up for 1rt

ktjeh the Fernandina]H handicap Beach championship Golf Asso-of ,'; BY AXGIE DREW I ri-k fr

begin Saturda7. i
Mciafion I Mill I!I AND PAT JOYCEI :
"LiileflSTpay! will prevail in the I I Week of 10.22I Boats docfcing at the new Cit7 '

54-hole tourney and participants j I!I Total Marina during the past week \ II Pinebreeze Gr.- "A.M d. Fla- :" ;".' :_:i't,7-- +"''" l :., ,. ,,,,, ..I: "...: ':'.''>+'": ..,'i'j;'''', "
r/Flf./ Jtr&ed to make up their own i']! W L Pins! tore as follows"' with the name of :: ,
games. .Players are reminded to.1.J4 the boat, the his address 0
owner V"
eddy Kilowatt 11 7 13968 STOR
and length of boat listed in that 5 FRESH
i4. Hadden Lanes 9 9 13990 I Sunnu/alrd/
EGGSr Center
Beach Bar 9 9 12841 Sequence. j QUANTITY RIG S RESERVED .
UQUORTOONSsr Island Song, R. H. Prentice, Slices
Land & WHl'ams!! 7 11 13818 PRICES GOOD THRU OCTOBER 2 thWINNDIXIE
i at LANI 1; i HX WIUJAMS Scitate, Mass.!! 45 feet. r Included iiir J
3 Games
Tram J
STORES. INC. COPYRIGHT 1163 2 791. ,1
1. Hadden Lanes 2666 Sunbeam, W. F. Petrat, New DOt "
-. tork, New York, 60 feet. i
/ 2. Reddy, Kilowatt 2573
High Ind. 3 Games W/Hep. Nipmuc, Emil Roy;'; Webster .... Sweet Hickory Smoked,
570 i itas., 37 feet. ;
1. Velma Hodge
552 Treb, Bert Gensler, Lazy "L" '; -
2. Willie Smith I'
,, 1. r 3. Angle Drew 543 Ranch; 23 feet. I
Sea-Quill Stimens, Sandusky
c..a-.o I. High Team Cam t S e. HAM
Ohio, 36 feet: + y
1. Hadden Lanes _..
Marion, Marion Ricker, :
2. eddy Kilowatt 891 Tommy + \
: H'.ufi Ind. Gamest IlItp K Lauderdale, 34 feet. i
1 II 1. Vjlma Hodge 216 Ardienne, S. Brumberor, Law ;
I renee, New York 40 feet I IMagnaMar
\ I t I 'I II 2. Pat Joyce 211.
I : 3. Carolyn Rowland 2071 Frank Freimann)
i Miami, Florida, 75 feet J
4. Winje.Smith SHANK
I. i ;
y '
!. high( Scratch Bowlers I Nautilus, George Nustrom!! ,. o ar. '
Port Washington New York, 40 1
1. Velma Hodge 190-492! HALF '
f 1
2. Carolyn Rowland 183-463,! %
3. Dot Odom 161-412'' Doryann VI, Virgil Waite, Nap: :
ru fes. Florida, 37 feet LB. r
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"Ih.r. Pop" 4. Joyce Easton 167-432
: goes ,
it 5. Bett7 Becton ..-122'' Tom Cat, Tom Costello, Buzzards -
148 411 : Bay, Mass., 30 feet. I t
6. Ruth Williamson -
1 THF PAMCE 7. Pat Joyce 166-396 Douglas Palm, Tamco ,Marine,I
I had to show off Buffalo New York, 56 feet.
Velma Hodge
1. MWQN with 190 in first game. I Je-Ho-So III, M. J. Hamilton, .' / Butt Half. LB 4:51:
.. New York, feet.
e FLORIDA'S OLDEST To continue increasing her Average I New York 5J
J : NO MOST HISTORIC"fa Stella Poland had to work Kitty K II, J. L Thomas, A '
x t* Meeting PUci for hard by picking up"a pair of 5.10 Jacksonville, Florida, 33 feet. > ,,:\ 'p-.
Kntr BeyW if : in succession. Fun' was had I Golden Rule, Lloyd El: Brown, .- .
pI splits Gr.A" Quick Froz. Chicken Lesg. Thighs or .. ): .
117. ATUW IC 'AVt, FJCRNAHOINA Eaton; Maryland 38 feet. .. I'
by all. -- -- n d d
I : '. ,- -- .....-. -- Stranger, J. Gould Nassau. Bahamas with h P tr 11 t
I '- ,. 65 feet. Breast- Ribs: LB.49t 50 Extra i). /"Green SUmps
Jamure, W J. Rueger Dun.
edm, Florida, 39 feet i! r v h.a .w tA
I Arvie/ Burr Smidth, Freeport, REG.. 49i FISH FILLET Two FROZEN PATIO

29,feet. I I Enchilada Dinners i
i. y? 'i Loafalong, Vfmnorth, F I 39"
I, iounaer 1B. I GOOD.THIIU OCTOBER amf
Look To GAG First i Palm Beach, Florida,' 56 feet j jBaMee AT ANY WINN DIXIE .
/ Banshee Inc. MurlMi's I n dhe
i Inlet, SoutH Carolina, 40 REG: 59t COPELAND. ALL MEAT :

"** 'If You Need / I feet I
+ I Evelyn, rf. 0. Todd, South- Franks LB. 49/ d
t ;
hamoton, Pa., 24 feet. .
For Any Reason! Lil Harlen,.Harry Molin, Say I 50 Extra 2flC Green Stamps

.Thetis _III, Robert H. Frason,I .
: x Tampa, Florida,. 28 feet,' : 51.1 H 6-OZ. 69/ ONE fROZEN CHUN KING ,
1 Happy Daze C. H. Robinson' I. am Pkg. All Flavors Superbrand Dinner for Three" '
I Annapblis, Maryland, 50( feet I
.. You'll like the way we do business! Everything is handled GOOD THRU OCTOBER IfTH
/ H on an extremely simplified Basis,with the payment scfie'd* Rhode Island, 47 feet. j d

, e *ue! geared to fit your p cketbook. '.1.1j I' ,Kim Ont.,Marie 38 feet., R. Pimps, Toronto Roast 39x Ice CREAM I

j Cloud, Al. Mechline,
E ( i Flying d
.::: Idant l $600 : .
1 up o :1 I Fort Myers', Florid, 50' feet W-D FRESH GROUND :
1 I I Nefereete, L. 0. Butts, Fort 5fl Extra HffC Green Siaraps
"r TI" 'i! Lauderdale, 60 feet. B f. 5 Lg: sfS HALF WITH T HIS.COUPON AND PURCHASE OF .
L-f' A. _...(. t I 1 .IYA' ,'.E.\_ .._, 'l i So-Nile'" C; J.- Schayer,. ...,.--Mel-. e.e I PKG. f
b r ;. rida725.1 t: .1 GAL. 'I PKS.CF 5 FROZEN SOUTHERN BEU.I..
I .,,...,. O ORPOR'ATIQt i Mandot til, 'Biley Denny; Dar. 25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH* SUPERBRAND ( Deviled rdb .
ien, Conn., 45 feet. 'It. 4
.. 2 Lb
Para III Dr. W. C. Andrews, Checese 55 :
j No'ff oik, Va., 42 feet Cup 9 d
1 3 t
% 75.00 '- r S,5.06 S,5.47 S 7.55 ( Prbwlee: ,; Fritz! :ISpeary, Ro- 1 > I [ It! 4
160.00 s 9.49 10.79 11.67 16.11 cfo'stYr, 'New York, 34 feet., t

f'! 425.00 24.86 28.35 30.69 42.50 i Betty, G.,. AGtfman! Great + WkGI1fI .. ,
I 600.00 34,39 39.34 2.66.. 59.3 I Neck New York- Sfcfctt.'Penny it rrwou.
Waite II, D. Waite, De- 5(3( Extras/Green Stamps
Fresh, Tender YoungPoleBEAN5APPLE_ and .
Cooking Eating
308 Atlantic Avenue i trbft, Mfchtean, 45 feet. x' ETAMGAEE1.P WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
\ Nomad IV, T. Peterson Clin ,
Fernnndfna( Beach,Florida ton. Conn. 50 feet. !I IJfatuta '{ wE4/ ONE.PK6- OF S FRO EN BYRON4/

Telephone 261-3681 I' F. T. Davidson Oy' ;: > es
ster Bay New York 55 feet j .b E TNRU [ 'I6TNICH
OfTiM Horn:Doily,.$;Wednesday 1 Saturday MI I, Sea Gull. B. L Siegck Wilmington t tl 1 LREEA Al' ANY WINN DIXIE

-- -----'. -. .. -.- Cadet, H. D. Belock, Kings: 2 LBS.,,;+29 I. 5 BlA49 t, YYE4i\f I I
-- --- ,j Point, New York, 54 f?et. _
Miss Susan II, L S; Hallman, I 1 1 :. 4g

Hamilton, Ontario, 35 feet. .... .._ ,. .. ." StArpa .
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Pegasus, Robert R. Johnson, .M itr.ir;M :,.;:Z t p.r.. :: :';: 'fi-> i.t.a1i;:: mB ";;""l' ,', '\ i5': '*&'N f 50 Extra Wwen Stamps

Daytona Beach, Fla., 36 feet. I WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF .
LET WINTER I Paradise, T. H. Carter Co.,
I Kings Point, New York, 60 feet.I SAVE 5t EACH LlBBY'S.... FRUIT .__.' GRE SCAMP E ti FOUR No.303 CANS THRIFTY MAID
I Fran Joel,. S. Welchsler, Port r } Lima' Beans

Washington New York 57 feet. wE e.vF GOOD THRU OCTOBER 2 THAT
CATCH YOU Dale Rene M. A. Sheppard I Cocktail. .5, f t$1. I ANY WINN-DIXIE .. ; ,
Case Way, New Jersey, 33 feet. CEA is d
I Barbara L, R. Law, Fort Lauderdale STAwcs

1 56 feet. I SAVE 3< EACH 'THRIFTY MAiD Limit 10 please.
I Danny Bay Co. Inc: Lancaster 1 MiarYE d

I COLD Pa., 47 feetNoLaVanIII I ,..., ...,.
1 1 I Northville Labs Evap. Mill 10 ALL $1. GNEEA 50 Extra /:Green/ Stamps
Inc., Detroit, Michigan; 63 feet.I WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of
I Three B's III, W; C. Rands.

1 Gat Your Tanks I!Jr., Grosse Pointe Michigan, 65 J Ji SAVE 10< EACH DEEP SOUTH ONE Black 4-oi CAN Pepper FISCHER'S'
i i feet. I Ii
ORDER I FUEL i I Glori-Be, G. H. Roberts, Detroit -|I GFfEf STAy1bI GOOD THRU CCTCBfR "THAT
RedyandFi11edE1ORF Michigan, 62 feet. I ANY WINNDIXIEf
Mayonnaise w4 Uvf 16 d
; Hatteras 34, Hatters Yachts I d r
I Before The Co., High Point .North Carolina,

THE YIINTER RUSH ,,34 feet ; I SAVE 20 .. KRAFT Limit one with $5.00 order or more. d 1
!! Clair De Lune II, E.Taranger, .J,. tMF d
1 NJJI First Cold Day! Easton Maryland: 3ff( feet, /YF SflExira M nrwr
I fOreen
I{ Westmoreland, Gilbert B. Phe- Miracle WHIP QUART 3 91
: Bay Shore, New. York, 36 GNEEA "O"u'
I ETA4P! ON[ .
HEATING i feet. M
? i' Perman R. P. Collehs, Fort SAVE 20 PILLSBURY Limit one with $5.00 order or more. 'r.a- a Ier -
i j I :Lauderdale, Florida, 42 feet ...otN.uoao.um"

s Et' 6Ul! EXCELLENT LINE OF I Fifty-Fifty E. C.,.BlAh:, An- I .AT ANY wINN DIX1E
i napolis, Maryland, 37 feet bur..5 LB. BAG 39,, G/IEE/,TAEFP. 11 d -

Venture, R., Lv Lind, Point, _. _
QUAKER HEATERS4 Rhode Island, 34 feet I .
I Nautical charts now'for sale D v.' V'j
!f ""
1 ""
I tat I nandina Dock Beach Masters Marina.Office at Fer- IIJ/ TIIIII I "-\ ::': "f.r'\f', iYvtt1IF1i7T: : r.'I / .

charts from North ,'
Small craft ,
GoodHousekeepIng I Carolina to Miami, Inlet Waterway VACUUM PACKED R If.BLUE or MiITEARROW :. :
50c eack- Outside charts -
II from Tybee Island to St Augustine iAstor Coffee %
$1..bb each- See Dock Master r. II Detergent.fiT
at Marina. ;

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1 I II ASKINS __ l-LB. CAN 49MAXWELL ,/ ii y.. / GIANT BOX ? ? ;:

I Gas 1I I I! SAVE 10< 'f SAVE ITDETERGENT I/W -; ::
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t gyfEE HOUSE Save 10< t r Save 1 1v _

22S S146 Co. for Our Customers I :581
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Coffee Fab s
YULEE, FLA. isT Mrs.t Kathryn Abels AXWELI l .% 1 G '

A Line Atte ,flHOOSf Limit 1 with $5.00 food Limit 1 with $5,00' .',' ':
Complete Of Appliances << ) :
South Eignfltsireet prder of more more food order : Pr

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Iv'e cs-Leader :Fernandina_. Beach, 'Florida'- Thursday,:October 24, lj)63) Page Nine
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High'-Lights i I I' information about their
: ., ;:x helpful
Echoes f institutions.
High/School t ?
BY CAROLYN BREEDEN E .. : Saturday morning many..1 l n..
.... < tars and a few seniors took the
r Hello! regular street clothes: or come asa BY NED TYSON Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude
I I ,
The Junior High Pirates played goblin or witch! w :? ., : : .
I I Test. A National b'ursing..andTeachers
-" for a
I ,
Hello sum of money very
their first last Thursday See later
game '
you I their crowd attended. : Test was administered
The Pirates regained f
evening against Green Cove. The P.S. Don't forget to attend the large'1
Tuesday to a group oj t>njors,
,winning form 'Friday night Saturday, Charles' Burns, y
Pirates were defeated in a 26.7 Sub-Teen Club Halloween Dance t .took
'. and Wednesday, all seniors
Beville Steve and .
: ; against Macclejiny. They won by Beckett,
battle. tomorrow night the Recreation ,, |
Test. Thisis
: the Senior Placement
a score .of .13.6 Cough attended the District 2 ,
a James Ennis Center r : I while dominating .Student Council Convention m I really a test-minded, age isn'tit
scored the touchdown ?
the gamin Starke. They attended workshopsand .
for Fer ,.Jr. HiElementaryLUNCHROOM '. versed The Pirate B-team journeyedto
1 nearly ever: were on a
nandina, while MENUSOCT. 4yn departmentThe l. dent government that is 5to-1 Baldwin Tuesday night to engage
Fred Adams the Baldwin B-team in a
27. NOV. 1 "Victory iroilarly to our national government I
with' t.a' r 4 little of football. The" two
came over .: :: hich j game
Monday Salisbury steak, .. Dance followed )
S"n 4 F\ teams met earlier in the season,
the point
extra steamed rice w/ brown gravy, '''the gam' 'mere was no school Friday i
3s.: l lJ and the Pirates proved to
The team'snext 3 young
I Ifoj buttered was sue that 'the students could
carrot sticks: spinach, wr. very so at '
game is I rolls and butter, peach halves, % r M cessfuL A viet tend the fair- at Callahan if they 1 be the victors. The mulls of thisweek's
battle will be in the next
scheduled to be ,
? pint milk. > a i y alway desired to do so. .
j' ;: tonight against ,, tY dies, imnrove edition. -
:; i I Tuesday Bar-b-cue pork on .ra. : z"Victory" College Day. held Friday
., St. : f was See next week. __
Mary "Dante.
s. ( buttered bun; frozen green limas, The ,junior I at the high school for the benefit I .
? Monday, the Safety Patrol hada sliced tomatoes, cocanut custard, ; j !t rK !class probably collected a tidy : of the juniors and' seniors. .ei -
meeting and elected three new % Representatives from various
i f J Trade At Home
boys: Fletcher Shwdey, Wayne PNednesday i .
Ham w/ green LETTERS TO colleges were _on_ hand to present -
Uffelman, and Fred Adams. I'm beans and potatoes, tossed salad, x;.. --
sure these boys will make fine i cornbread and butter, apple pie r xa,: <:>. i
r L 1.----
patrolmen, so please cooperate w/ cheese wedge, % pint milk. THE EDITORMr.
with them. ThursdayHamburger / bun, .
The Junior High-Elementary black eat peas, cabbage and car 'a 4f : ; i -
P-TA will sponsor the annual Hal rot salad, orange jello w/ fruit, r;, Ray. Caldwell, Editor

loween Carnival, Saturday night I chocolate cake chocolate icing, nv1 v '''.M ...M. "vWY'J. f Fernandina Beach News-Leader Mme,
.from 5:00: until 9:00 at the City %: pint milk. Fernandina Beach, Florida .

.BaU Park. FridayPlantation shortcake, Dear Mr. Caldwell;;. .

: It will feature: fun house, hor- candied yams, English peas, rolls The Woman's Club of Fernan : _
Tor house, cake walk, parcel post and butter, apricots, raisin cookie, w dina Beach_would like to express"
.and other activities. Wear H pint milk. its i thanks :.for. the :excellent .cooperation :
I 4,000 DAYS WITHOUT A LOST TIME ACCIDENT by the pipe maintenance' crew; at your has shown .us.'We r
Ra}'onier Incorporated brought on a big feed by Ben, Sorensen; ho, heads. up the' especially appreciate, the 'coverage -

crew. The last lost time ,accident was on Nor. 3,, eleven years sago. ,Shown awaiting of our 'recent musical The

Insulate'! one of the tasty steaks from Ben's grill in his back:yard:are: standing, left to'riglit,i Good Shi ip May ;B','t and feel! that

,. Al Eason, safety supervisor for Rayonier, "'. E. Cooper, Sorensen,' Bill Sutton J.;"W.I, you .had, ,a :definite; part: in mak-:

> I 'I I\t\ Your Home (Bully) Jones, and Bill Royal. Seated, left to right, H.. L. Ilii land,Jake Bunch, Sherman i jng} it,a. success. SEE US NOW.

Matthews[ Marion Jones and Buell Crisp. MemberS, of, rifecrew who were ,unable ( The support &'ven- l us: by the'J r ,
: to partake of the steak dinner for reasons of illness, vacation,' 'out-of-town :;and : entire* community! is ,roost gratify*1 1Jng.
With Removable Clear Plastic others, are Earl Keene, Julius_ Core, H.I H. Jones L. E. Jones, lti'arr'enSm'tli.: t ':C..Dt.l\Ie: ; '.:Our: east ,was' composed ofteaches 1
Mullen, E. D. Lancaster, .Daniel. Lyons and Harvey Boynt,. Jr., I. : ,. ,Merchants, students
+ homemakers etc.,. all lending For Mortgage/ Loan_
a STORM WINDOWS .. their talents so that our program
About 75% of all electrical ap fEA. 1. The Code. of Ethicswill'notiv 'might,be ,entertaining, for' all
pliances are bought by people ,who have teeth in: it, adherence to it .

Jalousie Door Size Only $4.25 had no intention' buying them Overview will no' longer'', be, voluntary but ':ages.. The. club{ service projects 'i include To Buy.or Build A Home =
at the beginning of the year. And mandatory and serious violations' dental clinic. scholarshipused

I rive Ph since 88% of American families WITH EDNA TAIT may result: in recommendation by i .at ,F>, S. JJ., work with the ,
: PORTER & LOVEQUIST < receive a newspaper every day, FEA nisldut. the profession..(as', represented bjf': Senior.. Citizens and youth at the or .
I Points 261-3068 the chances ar that a newspaperad the Professional Practices 'Com* !Recreation .Cenfer..1t is, indeed
gave thein r+6rA the idea. mission)that the individual's cert' a pleasure to: serve in commune. Refinance An Old Mortgage : ',
'' tificate'besuspended or : ity: such as ours.Sincerely .
I 2. Standards :of teaching! performance I ,
during 'probation must
AYTAG PEOPLE BEUv Cy be' 'develop Mrs L. E. Sellers
i .
1 3. The work of the FEA.,Ethic V Pres, '_
; Woman's Clubr You'll Like The and {
: : ( and. TEPS' Committees will' be1 Fernandina BeachCooper's Friendly Helpful -

: vital this gear,:and} 'these, commit_ *, .

,.k tee responsibility members, -mush-- accept this f People Who Are Here To Serve

?;.,'.: 4. After. these ''stahdard are,

established} ,.the,\\ork of',the Professional Laundry You'.... .. ... ,. ,'.."'.- .-, .''. .. .' :.' .
{ :Rights and Responsibilities ..prvc; '
:: committee will be even ,
'# 'i
more'' i important. th Jt.hi. previous. CoinOperatedLaundry
G:;: : years.I and
i Federal
a :
urge each FEA member tcj
M study.'the' law; to follow',,the'work; Cleaning .
I of these' important. committees fd
Mrs. Doris Howard & Loan Assn.
I J become thoroughly' familiar with Savings

II ,. both the NBA and FEA' Codes of Manager
: I
I ,.. ,,' ...::.:::....'u.wu. _..._. ..,:. :t1 Ethics. This is 'the. only way we ..
202 Avenue
can truly become a profession l 14th & Beech Streets Atlantic .
l. .
: Washer A close look at the Profession I actually as well as legally. I
I & Dryer Specials al Practices Commission reveals .. .

a giant step taken towards quality .. ..
I education last spring by both 1 4 fv .,! Jll! "1[1!J(1J( ., '

houses of the Florida
More People Use MAYTAG Than Any Other Washer without a dissenting vote. '

burden is the ,
The now on profession ?

= MAYTAG ALL FABRIC I thereby to showing implement the -public this and act .,A:.

the thatve
'I Legislature are a J
I real profession, ready to accept ,; ,t ai i : ,

; Multi-Cycle Clothes Dryer _- __- ) __ the responsibilities that go with .k s'r, '' f e 9tid '' i 3.. "
the legal recognition given by

Lowest Price : the Legislature to the teachers ,,'
ever. >':;'., .. :, 1 yR 5:
p of Florida.
: '. ,: ',
t AF AnRIC With :>; t : Respect, confidence, and trust ,
be the three KEY WORDS 'W Xnp, Y k jF
must '
: .{;,
Multi-Cycle 4'rMAY1 G' t ;..
t,.. a/o.cl-HeaC ...' r that each member of the educa
$ Low Gentle Heat ;;; DRYERS : ::,.. tion profession must. have for the,

t, .Absolutely No Clothes A. jwnwitodoiK genlle;,even'heat, ti:: nineteen educators appointed by a
Shrinkage or r/' the State Board of Education.It : y
Yellowingldl&t.!! r >
is task that the commission
t' Dries load in 25.36 y... At ,
has agreed to perform. .
_Minutes ) 'a f r i. T
best, their assignment will' be ,. \:
Giant Capacity time consuming, frustrating, bewildering k 4, ; w I
RUSTPROOF CABINETMAYTAG Yodel DE105) and many times dk- .

couraging.Our ,'
responsibility should be to I

4 CYCLE give encouragement and suoport
to members of the commission z
I so that they will be motivated to R '
properly guide the path of the
a AUTOMATIC WASHERS teaching profession to greater s 4Pry I uia

,i y heights in obtaining momentous <<.. .. Sr. u i
MAYTAG Fully Automatic vision and opportunity for the x is. >

Lint Filter Tub children and youth of Florida. R, / o
I '
9.a x .p' i
\ Automatics ha ? w c) o yy o' j A .a, .F 9w
$ Many times in the last few
Water Level Control i ; .p' "d'q,(n M -E 4 .i,: N
RATED months I have come across this '' w : ; fgiP s cf. < Ma .qn E "+r .4< >: ''

< No.1' Water Temperature thought: How one views other a Y 4
Control people and their actions is a reflection ? ; u .
of how one would act ina '"
Safety Lid Switch t
similar position. To view this s

0 Giant Sized Tub "'ITII TRADE commission with suspicion and ;,' .
distrust indicates that one could ,
with such
not be trusted a res-
A-100MAYTAG .. x ,
ponsibility.The t
commission is charged by i, ,
0 : :w.
Home Laundry Package! law 1. to Develop: criteria of profes d 1 .

sional practices in ethical and L

With The Purchase of any MAYTAG Wringer Washer professional paration for and performance continuance, pre.in t 0 P a 0 a

You Will Receive the following absolutely FREE professional services, transfer a 0 1p -
; and assignment of teaching personnel 1 5 .

1. Heavy' Duty Drain Tubs r
2. Establish procedures for developing .
2. Giant .Box of Tide Imagine you get this
;. codes of ethics, profes 8
3. Clothes sional performance and practices EW E D
Big Sturdy
,, $ to adopt such. codes and standards

Basket, $30 'r' and to adopt rules and regulations G

to effectuate the purposes n i
., / I of this act G
-5=5SiPO -
7 the law states ; t4 a
( sundry Package for : Furthermore, yr s Q r
jour commission utilize the
this may
.1 '"M washer when you trade 'committee work already done by -..

J it i for a brand new MAY I the existing professional organ ,
.. I
TAG "'ringerVasher izations and in analyzing charges Guaranteed Radiator Protectionis '
'of misconduct may request assistance { I
of the investigative
I through any
of existing r ,
i I professional processes organization.any the surest protection against treeze-n Pa. Your Standard dealer checks, drains, :";::. :

3 3DAYS ;' In addition, the commission flushes.your cooling system,. replaces- worn parts. Only then does he add Atlas ::= '

DAYS BROS. will mend have action the in power cases of to violationof recom Perma-Guard and Sta2i4ari OP'8. wjra/jfee against anti-freeze loss 'til : :

ONLY ONLY the standards when adopted next April Guaranteed IkdiaioYlrotertioii o i another of the ways-. : :

such action could be a warn- -flU; :) 0 i .
218 Atlantic Ave.HARDEE. Ph. 261-3601 ing or a reprimand, or recommendation ItAHn.wOl1.cOllP' rrocaruciM we take better care of your carl .
E. .
for revocation or Suspension :z.i a n., ; : -nil ,

USftfctE BELIEVE IN MAYTAG I of cert icate.I H. F. STONE JR. Fernandina Beach Fia. .
I Now, what does all this mean? ,. AMlt! ;;. ,

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PageTen News-Leader;.Fernandina Beach, Florida -: Thursday, October 24, 1963 World Community r DeqnTOxIcy/Jr. 'T" I CARD OF'. THANKS
At The Churches Day Set ForNovember '. In Choral ires Cora/ofting. expressions} of sympathy
f News From supervised Play,,,??; Q'-5:30 p.m., froD\, .our many friends

Don Nanney, Instr., > +"' CHURCH 110:00 A.M. Morning Prayer 1 1st At LaGrange during our recent: bereavement,
J ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC < and Sermon l'YC deeply appreciated, and will
LaGRANGE; Ga. Oct. Dean
*% I 11:15 A.M. Church SchoolI November 1st is World Community I I always be gratefully remembered.
The Rec CenterBY Rer. W. J. Holmes Pastor
Owen Oxley Jr., son of Mr. and !
i 40th anniversary
Playschool in the Game Room, Sunday Mass ..-.....?? 2nd, 4th I 5:00 P.M. Episcopal Young I Day. The 1 1j I, Mrs. D. 0, Oxley, has been selected (signed) The family of
f :Carolyn of the founding of this day i ,
9:80-11:30 a.m., %car- I Churchmen j
..__. 7:30 '
Sunday t.n
: for membership in the LaGrange Mrs. Lera Far Clements.
DeSANDRO leader. 1 will be commemorated by the nationally ; I
SANDY i rondo, adult t F! /v Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd -trtr College Choralaires for I ..
Ceramics Class''fages:9-11) in CALVARY i BAPTIST CHURCH organized United Church'
THURSDAY OCTOBER 21th. SATURDAY OCTOBER 26th. 5th Sunday, 11:30 un. j Women. I II the 1963-64 season. <1
the Ceramics Room at 3:30 pjn, Bailey RoadJ.
Pre-Ballet Class in the Auditor Ceramics Pouring Class in the i i Hank Sides, Instr. Daily Monday, Young People 8 7 p.m.a.m. C. BYRD PASTOR > The First Presbyterian Church A total. of 47 students! 151 j'I

ium at 10:00 a.m., Julanne Owens Ceramics Room at 8:00: a.m. Sunshine Girls Halloween Partyin Saturday _, Convent Chapel Sunday School 10 A.M, members invite all churchwomen i iI men and 32 women won positions '
Men Morning Worship 11 A.M. of this to in this day of in the widely acclaimed'choir '
Inslr. and Boys' Health dab in the Conference Room at 3:30 5:30: Communion in Convent J area join It'S c..rBiWDilPDflt
Playschool in the Club Room at ,the Health Club Room, day and 6:30 P.M. Young People1 Evening Service 7:30 PJI i I j prayer for Nation Building and during recent auditions.I
9:30 a.m., Carolyn Vizcarrohdo, ,evening. p.m.Tap Dance Class in the Audi Meeting I The United Nations. Professor Paul Doster, director I
Adult l leader Teen Club in the Game Roomat torium at 3:30 P.M., Julanne ft ft NORTH 14th STREET !i There will be no formal service, I now in his second year of

Aivanced Ballet and Toe Classin 7:30 p.m. Owens, Instr.Intermediate, MEMORIAL METHODIST*.. BAPTIST CHURCH I I but the sanctuary of the Presby- ; conducting the Choralaires, said
Rev Ran Humphreys, Pastor : the choir would join with local
terian church will be November J
the 3:30 CHURCH open
at Ballet Class in
Auditorium p.m. OCTOBER 27th.
SUNDAY 9:45: ajn. Sunday School for church and school groups to present -
: 1st from 10:00.until. noon ,
J Julanne. Owens, InstAdvanced the Auditorium at 4:30 p.m., Jul Nelson P. Moyer, Pastor
Ballet and Toe Class Lutheran Church' Meeting in anne Owens, Instr. 9:45 a.m. _._ Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship personal prayer and. meditation. i Handel's "Messiah"- in Dec IOCIEJHOUSBPalO1{

'p i In..the Auditorium at 4:30 p.m., the.Conference Room at 11:00 a.m. I Painting for Leisure in the Club 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship] 7:00 p.m. wB.T.U. !1 Women are urged to take a few I ember.
8:00 _
) Julanne Owens Instr. Lutheran Church Movie "Mar, Room at 7:30 6:15 p.m. MYF Supper & Pro, p.m. Evening Worship minutes of a busy day to join Next spring selected membersof
tin Luther" in the Auditoriumat : gram 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week Services with church women throughoutthe the Choralaires will make aweeklong
Adult Ceramics in the Ceramic Men and Boys' Health Club in I Ij I
Wednesday tour through a sec-
f Roqn\ at 3:30 p.m., Hank Sides 3:30: p.m. II the Health Club Room day and 1:30 p.m.ft__ ft Evening ft Worship if j Community country Day.to observe World I I tion of the country. I, TV!,

Inst.Adult MONDAY OCTOBER 28th. I evening. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN TABERNACLE BAPTIST Music will be provided and the The LaGrange College'group You've'een on
Ballroom Dance Class In i Square and Fun Dancing (Senior I
Teen Ballet and Toe Class CHURCH CHURCH nursery will be openClothing was the first glee club invited to ,
, the Audtorium ,at 7:30 p.m., High Teens) in the Auditoriumat made to helD : Protestant Hour
I. the Auditorium at 3:30: p.m., Jul Amelia City Near Intersection Amelia Road Phone 261.3U7Ref projects perform on the )i
, Sandy DeSandro Instr. anne Owens, Jnstr.I 7:15 p.m., Sandy DeSandro AU Loyd Chambers, Pastor meet worldwide human needs will radio programs which are aired 11 r'w

i Senior Citizens Club in the Beginners' Ballet Class in the Instr. A. F. Gerbhardt, Pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. I be on display in the church ves over the largest religious network a..
Conference) Room at 7:00 : Barbershoppers in the Confer- tibule. in America.The ,
1 pm. Morning Worship 11 a.m.
Auditorium at 4:30 p.m., Julanne I 4:00 a.m. Morning Service I II
I Cub Scout Pack No. J71 in the Owens Instr. ence Room at 8:00 p.m. 9:00: a.m. Sunday School Evening Worship 7 p.m. I { Choralaires have been j i

Game.Room at 7:15 p.m. Arts Puppet Theatre (ages 6-1 Atlantic Avenue Playground, Wednesday Service 7 p.m. I State Health Assn. I heard around the world over the I

Men f and Boys' Health Club i in 8)) in the Game Room at 3:30 p.m.,j supervised play 3:30-5:30 p.m., CHURCH OF CHRIST if ft Awards Miss Morse 1 Armed Forces Radio Service and j LUCITEHcuse
the,'Health Club Room day and Don Nanney, Instr.WEDXESDA FIVE POINTS BAPTIST Paine
Faith Britton, Instr. South 14th Street
I in concerts in some of the largest !
evening. Credit Union Njght School in Y OCTOBER 30th.. Kenneth L. Jones Minister CHURCHJ. Life Membership I I churches of the Southeast I i k4JtA6 "f
Atlantic Avenue Playground, the Club Room at'7:30 p.m.: Sunday: Bible Study _10:00 a.m. W, Keen, Pastor They have also sung for the an-
I supervised play, 3:30-5:30: : p.m.,II Island Squares Club in the I Arts Puppet Theatre (ages 9 Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. 9:45: a.m. ._...:.._ Sunday School Attending the Florida State t nual Easter -'Sunrise Service inMiami's
I Don Nanney, Instr. and up) in the Game Room at 3:30 11:00 a.m. _' Morning Worship Health Association meeting in I owL'PaleIookinr
Evening 7:00
Worship p.m. Orange
, Game Room at 7:30 p.m. I p.m., Faith Britton, ,Instr. Tuesday; Singing Practice 7:31: 5:30: p.m. Training Union Orlando recently was Dr. B. F. Nassau Building &

I FRIDAY OCTOBER 2j b. i Jaycees in the Conference I Ceramics Class (ages 12-14)) in ,p.m. ::30 p.m. Evening Worship i Woolsey, Director; Miss. Frances;J: baking-powder biscuits SupplY' Co.
Room at 8:0u.: p.m. I\ the Ceramics Room at 3:30: Wednesday service, 7:sr( Partridge Public Health nurse; I!
p.m. prayer
( at various members homes])
: .:Wn, fair ((5th and 6th grades) tunr a healthy golden brown
Ceramics' Blatchford
D. ,
Adults and Teens' Hank Sides, Instr Wednesday: :Mid-Week Bible p.m. Mrs. Gertrude |I I 129 S. Sth. Phone 261-3618
f in the 'Auditorium at 3:30: p.m. Class in the Ceramics !Room at Supervisor of Nurses, and- K. W. if you simply add a teaspoonfulof
Adult Ceramics Class in the Study ..... ._.. 7:30 p.m. tr.'oft |!
Sub-Teen Club in the Game 7:00 p.m., Hank Sides: Instr. Ceramics Room at 7:30 p.m, Thursday: Ladies Class 10:30 a.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walker Sanitarian District III,, sugar to the ,dry ingredients-.-----------
Room at 7:15 pm. Men and Boys' Health Club in Hank Sides, Instr. ([Held at various members homes]) Rev. J. T. Dunnam Pastor I of Nassau County Health Department j

Men and Boys' Health Club in the Health Club Room, day. and I, Men and Boys' Health Club in Worship Services: 8:30: I
the Health Club Room, day and evening. the Health Club Room day and SPRINGHILL BAPTIST 11:00 A.M.j.I Miss Ruth Morse, formerly I II .
I Atlantic Avenue Playground Chief Clerk of the Health De-
1 evening1. evening. CHURCH .
I 7:30 P.M.i
.. -- --- Lutheran Church Halloween I partment now retired, was awarded Painful Joints
State Hi way 107 Nassau vill< Sunday School 945{ A-M. -
Party in the Game Room at 7:15: a life membership by the as-
I Rev. Dan E. Wade Pastor Training Union :__ 0:15: P. I.I .
II p.m.Teen Pastors Prayer Time Prayer Service _. Wednesday
; ti I Ballroom Dance Class (For Men) 7 a.m. : .. .'7:8dP.M. sociation.'I. As cold weather ,approaches, particularly damp, cold weather
(Senior High School Teens) in ,Sunday School 9:45 a.m., ft ft ; .,' many arthritis victims will notice an increase in their aches
I alion's: Company, B:assigned near
Auditorium 7:15
the at
p.m., Horning Worship 11 a.m. PINE GROVE BAPTIST Darmstadt, GermanyThe ,. and pains. One reason is that muscles tend to tighten in, colder
Sandy DeSandro, Instr.
Atlantic Avenue Training[ Union 6:15 p.m. CHURCH I 23-year-old, soldter' is a atmosphere. As muscles which span acrcss sore joints become a
I Playground Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. Rev. A. Z. Knight, Pastor discomfort .in the joints. .
supervised play, 3:30-5:30 p.m., 1 i 1959 graduate of Peck. High j little tighter, one can expect greater
Wednesday: : Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
School and attended Florida Agricultural
: Don Nanney, Instr. Men's Hour of Power... 7 p.m. Homing Worship 11 a.m and Mechanical University Estimates reveal 97% of all persons beyond middle age have

I FHUSDAY OCTOBER 31st. Prayer Service 7:30 p.m. 11:00 a.m. Morning ServicE Tallahassee. some form-arthritis rhenmatism.! It is the nations greatest
"Whosoever will may come." 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service crippler. .
Playschool in the Game Room ft W.M.B.
at 9:30: a.m.: Carolyn Vizc rron- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 7:30 p.m. Wednesday V.LB..Young Trade At Home Modern chiropractic rate has. been successful in giving relief .
: do, adult leader. CHURCH People to many arthritis sufferers. '

Pre Ballet Class in the Auditorium Rev. John Dozier, Pastor ,7(5: -_ Prayer Meeting ,
at 10:00: a.m., Julanne Church<< School __ 9:45 A.M. 1
1 Owens, Instr. ,Worship Service _._ 11:00 A.M. I : Hours
; Advanced Ballet and Toe Classin Youth Meetings 6:00 P.M.I I SP4 Walker On 2nd OUTBOARDINSURANCE :

the Auditorium at 3:30: p.m., Julanne Owens, Instr. ft ft 9-12 & 2-6
: :BIG FROG Advanced Ballet and Toe Classin FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Now In Germany 1 iI i

? SMALL FROG the Auditorium at 4:30 p.m., Rev. E. A. Lewis, Pastor DARMSTADT GERMANY I V 131 Kings Street
Julanne Owens, Inst.
.. ,." Adult Ceramics Class in the :0:00 a.m. __ Sunday School I (AHTNC) Army Specialist'Four : i r Phone 729-5614
Ceramics Room at 3:30: p.m. 1:00 a.m. Wort:? Service I Herman H. Walker, son of 4 % a
: We serve people in our bank and 6:30 C. A. Youth Services I
many men Hank Sides, Instr. p.m. : Rebecca Richo, 911 S. Eleventh Kingsland, Georgia
women whose dreams and ambitions are all Adult Ballroom Dance Class in 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service St., is a member of the 547th II I
: ,.., different. We'make a'real effort to gear our serv- the Auditorium at 7:15 p.m. Thursday' mid week service Engineer Battalion's baseball For Better Risks .
,. Ice to fit your particular needs so you'll feel com- Men and Boys' Health Club in 7:30 p.m.PRINCE 1' team which won second place in i i DR. C, R. CROCKER DR. T. A. OWENKingsland
fortable, welcome and at home. the: Health Club Room day and ft ft ft the Seventh U. S. Army Support i
.t a .... evening. OF PEACE Command Northern Region! Play- John T. Ferreira
.-..No matter what your requirements, we're small Atlantic Avenue Playground LUTHERAN CHURCH off in Germany late in September. J Chiropractic Clinic

: enough to treat you as an individual, large enough supervised play, 3:30-5:30: : p.m., Donald R. Himmelman, Pastor .Specialist Walker entered the I I &' Son,
to serve you fully Don Nanney Instr. Phone 261-5634 j Army in January 1961, was last ,
unday School 9:45 a. m.1 stationed at Fort Sill, Okla., and : 508 Atlantic "Associated with Owen Chiropractic
S Someday, soon we hope, we'd like a chance to Bus'ness: uses advertising to 'Worship Service 11:00 a. m.CHURCII arrived overseas the following : Clinic of Jacksonville"
: prove it. ft ft December. Walker is combat' Phone 261.5571
f .,__ maintain and increase its outlets a
for goods. Unless such outlets are OF GOD OF demolition, specialist in the bat-i -
PROPHECYRev. ---- ------- ------ -------
i=LORIDA National Bank maintained and increased, the in- -
I come on which taxes are based H. C. Drury Pastor i
.. .,, I will not be forthcoming.When 0:00 a.m. Sunday School TT
fM tl II M t MIM lMi 5 Slp..S!! I j' ... .
: .I Fem.ndin.leach II a.m. Morning Service: -. .'. J. "- t'.' : ... .
__ Now
do :45 p.m. Evening Service .
dusting high objects ':45 p.m. Wednesday V.L.B. Service : III .,. __.__ .._ "
first that falling dust cane
t : .. ... any 1 .
M>* FCoa: "" enact co..o..roe later without young

:. r having> gathered to dust some, things twice.don't your.I ft BAPTIST ft CHURCH ft 9 new name, new size, new style, new spirit,

429 South 6th Street .
i Rev. John O'Neil, Pastor ; !
: unday Services: new car

0:00 A.M. Sunday School

Miss Our Big 1:00 A.M. Morning Worshir; r3 i.,

I 6:30 p.m. ___ B.T.U.
7:00 P.M. Men's Prayer Service

:30 p.m. Evening Worship 1 r JI'
Tuesday' : '

:00 p.m. _._. 'Visitation

ft ft *

Cor. 4th and Cedar Sts.

tcv. L. Marvin Johnson, Pastor
Phone 261.3807

0:00( a.m. ._ Sunday School

11:00 a.m. Morning Service .
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':30 pew ._. Evening Service i --.I-- -
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I 7:30 A.M. Holy communion 1
10:00: A.M. Choral Eucharist I

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(This is the schedule of every
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I WANT AD RATES Ph. 2614578. '024c'I City problem.or Phone Write Jax. El Box 67700.338, Too Late To Classify i Paper Mills Up .. ._

.05 word .75 minimum
per MUST SELL BEDROOM suite tIe : .

..Card of Thanks. Resolution' $50. Electric stove, $20. Coffee BY RUSSELL KAY I Consumption of ,

and SimUir N'oticti table $8. table I
Dining $15. Two
Most folks are inclined to viewU. going closer .
I on to home. Politicians
13 word LOO ;minimum rods and reels, $6. Chest with MISCELLANEOUSVANITY Copr. LAP Servict State
$ '
per S. fiscal operations and the at the state and lower levels I i Pulpwood ...
Cal 261.3686 or, 26K16S7 mirror, $7. Clothes, other items. national debt with genuine alarm. I I point accusing fingers at the

or place ad at office and See behind Yulee School, white BEAUTY SHOP -- [REAL ESTATE We read of billions being appropriated spenders in the national capital. Florida's nine pulp and paper--
fjf I f 511 Ash Street green 024p Permanents from $5.95. Pre I : t for this and more billions j They deplore the unbalanced bud. mills used 9 per cent more uoodj

I T CHARLES CHESTER Air Cushion I scription Beauty Service at for that and the steady increase ; get and continued lavish spend-. from Florida's forests last yeartnan

Sboes for men, budget prices. Ph. 2614686. tIe in the national debt and wonder ing. ; in 1961, the Florida Stated
\ women,
how long we can keep it up. It is 'a of the "Pot Chamber of Commerce
FORSALEGUINEA made to meali re. Reasonable WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS r.- I case calling stated'
I price Phone 261-3872 for appointment : any make. Stoves cleaned. Most of us cannot conceive one the Kettle black" for local spending yesterday in its Weekly Business.

I J. Redmond Kelly. I Buy sell, repair used furniture.Ph billion dollars, let alone several I has increased much more: rapidly Review. I

PIGS cute pets. $1.00 : 024c 261-3442 or 2255294. tic hundred billion. Our thoughts of I than national spending to ma- "This greater use of Florida's

'f each. See Ernie Davis, 112 : I money are limited for the most '' terially increase the taxpayers forest products by the mills is a.

I _North Wolfe $t. 024p TWO BEDROO'M HOME HOME MADE POUND cakes, I II part to personal experience withit. burden. gauge of the expansion of the 'uH

LIVING ROOM, kitchen and bath. layer and birthday cakes, pies. We think in terms of dollars, Recent figures reveal that while dustry's activities"", the Review, }
CHEVROLET '59 -WAGON Two-car and All fives, tens, twentes, occasionally pointed out I
garage extra large I kinds. Call Patricia Lodge. the federal government debt in
R &; H, powerglide. Low Mile room downstairs. Completely 2(11-5332.( tfc of hundreds or thousands, seldom I- the last five years has i increased "Pulp and paper producingmills

age. Owner, 2664 MacGregor weatherstripped, insulated. Fur: more than that. As citizens and nearly 14 percent the debt of in Florida employed 10,842.

Blvd. Ph. 281-5934. 024c I. nished. On, city sewerage. 70 x FLOOR SANDING ana< refinishinf. taxpayers we know that dollars state and local governments has persons last year to whom.they)

1958 BLACK ENGLISH FORD, 125 lot. 1675 S. Fl tch r. $10,- >'Floor'tile.: Paul E. Hanson: -\ aren't easy to come by and theydon't increased by about 55 percent. paid a total of $66,555,000 In'
I 850. Phone' 2614609. tic / go very far after we get and
Furthermore salaries the
Runs well, good tires. See at ; a portion of the federal wages during
I 2601 MacGregor or Phone 261- 6 *, -I-.---1--1. { them. increase is attributed to the year. The mills spent $49,290,000
5664. 024c THREE BEDROOM HOME fjJJiY Ic If in our daily experience we increase in grants-to-states and for Dulp wood used in their operations -*

I LIVING ROOM, dining area, kit Business' RAffo IE-Z7 encounter emergencies, illness, : local government.In to Florida and Georgia;!

TWO NICE GAS space heaters, chen and utility room. Carport, Opportunities loss of our job and the like, wei i I. the same five-year period, lumbermen., .I.'

: one electric heater, bathroom large landscaped yard, fenced .. NN IT'S: HIGHER THAN ,WE FIGURED, BUT. find it necessary to borrow money, through 1962 federal government I "To insure a perpetual supply

; .size. Ph. 281-4651 after 6. 024e backyard. $10,250. Must be seento I SPARE TIME INCOME THEN WEll! CUT OUT FfcHWG j TRIPS. we have learned that it must be1 I I employment increased by 124,000 of pine for pulping, the Florida;
be appreciated. 207 S. 15th ]paid back and wth: interest. I mills planted 55 million seedlings"
CtGARS.1PUBLIC i or percent while the number ,
V-8 4-door, collecting GOLF.
I St. money We know that government does I of employees added to state and '' on their own 4,572,000 acres of
stick with overdrive. $350. Also from NEW TYPE high quality J not create wealth. Its principal local government increased by 1- 'I' forests in the state. In addition,".
2 couches, $9.00 each. Ph. 261- coin operated dispensers in this JI
FIVE POINTS I hiiiness is tn rflllprt it and snpnd i 435,000 26 percent. they supplied 5 million seedlings
5878. 024c]OVER 1600 SQUARE feet area. No selling. To qualify you i it. '-'V-- know--th- t the 'vast The local to other land owners. ",.*
must have car, references, $600 i! cry is raised by level 1
: '58 OLDSMOBILE 98, radio,.' masonry construction, 3 bed- to $1900 ,cash. Seven to twelve I NOTICENOTICE September Fire sums government spends comes j I(politicians that the federal government Almost four-fifths of the com

heater, power steering, brakes. rooms, family room, living room hours weekly can net excellent OF APPLICATION out of our pockets and our pay : is raking off an ever-in- pany-owned forests are open to

|COO cash. Ph. 2615273. tie and dining room. Two tile baths, monthly income. More full time.I FOR TAX DEED Loss At $16,500During envelopes.We j creasing proportion of the tax- hunting and fishing and sixty
-- deep well 100 100 lot Sec. 194.16, F.S. elect recreation areas are provided.The .
-- x $12,600 t For personal interview writeP. I NOTICE politicians to repre- take potential. Figures do not I .
O. E. REFRIGERATOR, 14 Cu. I IS HEREI5Y 'IVEN that the month of Septem. in the 'I Florida) companies supj>53 $
0. Box 4185, Pittsburgh 2, C. C Fuqua. Jr. the holder of the sent us Congress legisla- support this claim. In the five-
Ft. Deluxe upright. 19 South SIX ROOM MASONRY home in Pa, Include phine.nnmber. 02 following certificates has filed said ber eight; alarms were receivedby I' ture and to operate our county i year period federal receiots increased r number of school foresU-fjro-

17th. Wayne F. MeJunlin, P. 0. Five Points area. Five acres I :- 'f(! ip I certificates thereon.for The a tax certificate deed to numbers be issued the Fernandina Beach Fire Department -1 and city government. Most of the' 27 percent whereas state :grams and offer 35 scholarshipsin '

475, City. Ph. 2613775. 024c I and barn. Deep well, $8,000. -' and years of issuance, the description Three were in the city t people we select were once citizens and local receipts increased b) ari i forestry and related w'

. 6 CLASSIFIEDDISPLA of the property and the namesin and two outside. In two cases the :I and taxpayers like ourselves, -I whooping 43 f. -- ,
SINGER SEWING MACHINE -ft I which it was assessed are as fol. | percentAnd
AND CONSOLE II 4.6 ACRES WITH 2 bedroom Y lows: fires had been extinguished when I struggling to make ends meet the federal expendituresare '
People Do Read EA
Certificate No. 9fl Year of Issuance the firemen arrived and one and thinking of
as we
ZIG-ZAGS, in perfect condition. home on Old Jacksonville! .Highway . 1961 money based largely on the cold war
alarm called for I
a rescue. think about it. The Smallest Ad I i/tacnption of Property Block 180 and defense which of =
Forward and backward stitch near Amelia River. Very on most us
UNUSUAL uPPORTUNITY I lots.l 7. 8 Town of Milliard The fire loss totaled $16,500 to I They go to Washington or Tallahassee !
ing. Will sacrifice for $69.25 or rich soil, ideal for small truck Name in which assessed unknown consider justified. What excuse do In Th" News-Leaderjr:
responsible party take up pay farm. Deep well. Large garage FOR SALESMAN OVER 30 AU of said property being in the property valued at $22,500. All : or City Hall and find local and state politicos have for I /.

ments $8.85 month. Phone 261. Only 11000. VA loan available. High commission earnings with a County Unless of such Nassau certificate itate of or Florida.certificates damage was outside the city. themselves heading gigantic busi- their stead/ increasing tax-take You Are ::

4157. 024p growing,59 year old company sell- shall be redeemed according The averasre! number of firemen I nesses where money is thoughtof and expenditures? .-
PETE INGRAM, Salesman i ng, world famous Goodyear main to law the property described in such in terms of millions and bil.
REMNANT VINYL ACRILAN L L. Bohannon, Broker tenance products. Managerial opportunity certificate or certificates will be sold I Jin I Ito attendance was 9. lions. After listening to fiscal experts JJOHNSONr
the highest bidder at the court I
in 13 North 4th Phone 261-5269 Fires were caused by; liquids international bankers and Sylvester MorrisTo
stock 9 ft. width. $1.C5 sq. for men experienced in house door on the first Monday in
yd. Porter & Lovequist Color paints and roofcoatings. Many I Month of December 1963 which Is the (including careless lighting of budgets they become so bothered, Train For .
LARGE 10 ROOM HOME 2nd day of December. 1963. heaters, and home drycleaning)
I bewitched and bewildered that the
Ph. 261-3068. 024c exclusive and noncompetitive repeat -I Dated this 21st day of October. 1963D.
converted to 2 apartments. 421 items. Age no barrier. Div- 0. Oxley defective electric wiring automobiles thought of money in terms of m 1- Air Policeman

CALENDARS, BUSINESS GIFTS North 3rd. Ph. 2G1-3452. tIc erilfled? winter and? ,summer line. County Cleric of Florida Circuit Court o) Nassau and trucks, and driveway i lions and Visions become com -

,-:. Advertising specialties, business i- We take care of all financing, 4t 1024. 31. 117. 14 bark. t monplace and the national debt LACKLAND AFB, TEX.- WAXES ETC.

cards, book matches. Phone FOR RENT I I shipping and collections. New I Equipment used included; boos- causes them no loss of sleep. Airman Sylvester A. Morris, son j ,

261-3872 for appointment. J. II salesman 0. M. Rath earned $358 PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE Most of us are inclined to place of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Morris
Redmond Kelly. 024c I I commissions his second order. Don OF RIDS PUBLIC( / NOTICENotice all the blame on Washington and of 917 White St., has been

BOAT MOTOR DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT i Kirby opened ovet 150 repeat customers The Board of County. Commissioners is hereby giver' that the undersigned I we pay little attention to what is selected for technical training as ; AS ANYWHERE
TRAILER. Can of Nassau County, Florida invite
unfurnished. "fictitious" an air policeman at this Air Korea ;
to the
Corner 4th and pursuant OR YOURPURCHASE
be seen after 5 p.m. 223 S. I I on one exclusive Consolidated bids for furnishing concrete and metal Name Statute, Chapter: No. 20953
Calhoun, across street from asphalt covered culvert pipe, for the base
product his
Fletcher. tic second year Laws of Florida 1941 as amended by IS FREE
-' School St. Joseph's ademy. fringe benefits include life insur- I period find ending beginning September November 30tn 1964.13th, 1063: Chapter No. 267"0. Laws of Honda I ter hose!; 2" hose frojn hydrants, Airman Morris, who enlisted in .
Phone 261.4200 or 261-3800. tic Pipe no smaller than 12 inches 1951, being; Section 6509. Florida hand fire extinguishers, and IIh" the Air Force short time
BY OWNER 3 bedroom house ance, sales bonuses. Write Consolidated Statute. will register with the Clerkof 'I a ago,
Egan's Meadows. Small Paint & Varnish Corp., largsr Concrete than pipe 60 inches and metal in diameter.asphalt the Circuit Cour !n and for Nassau hose. has just completed his. basic military Hardee Bros.
FURNISHED 2 BEDROOM County, Florida receipt of proofof
apartment covered to be furnished upon training here.
Ohio Cleveland Ohio as
equity and take East Bldg., pipe
paymentsof of this notice the fictitious
up publication
$54 month be refi- newly painted.. See at 124"S. required by Board County Commis. name, to wit: Remove that broken light bulb The airman is a 10(>:3 graduate
or can 5th or phone 201-5359. 024p PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE I I sioners. Nassau County, Florida. SCOTY TRAILER SALES safely by pressing a large cork of Peck High School.
nanced. May be seen after 5 Prices per foot to be FOB at Job busi. Atlantic Ave.
I I Under which I am engaged in .
sites in Nassau County Florida. into the base of the bulb and unscrewing '
FOR BIDS ness at 2114 flelvedere Ave., in the
weekdays Satur.
i or anytime
TWO BEDROOM apartment The Board of County Commissioners Complete description and specifications City of lerffandina Beach. Florida. : it easily without having "Some' women prefer to
t day. Call 261-5277. tfc partly furnished. Electric kit of Nassau ,County' Florida, invite and every of product bid. must accompany each I That the party interested in said busies to touch the jagged edges of the man with a strong will marrya made Harry Poole, Mgr.
ONE.TWO BEDROOM, 1 bath I I chen. Hot water furnished. Ph. bids for: furmshing theJollowing. equipment Bids should be filed with D. 0. Ox..- I,. 4t enterprise_ is T. C 10-3 Adkins., 10, 17, 2 ulb. out to them." I.
l ley Clerk to Board of County Commissioners

house and lot, 50 x 150. Includes 225-5449.. -031p.' One Motor.grader New Tandem weighing Drive diesel not less engine I Nassau County, Courthouse.I. -__ _-____ ,i-- -- ____ ____I__ .. 1 ____ __i"a ,.
hot water heater, sink, man 21.000 lbs. engine to be not less I FernarJina leach Florida not later -.... .
than 10:00 o'clock A.M. November
wall-to-wall inlaid linoleum.See APT. -$50 per than 125 horsepower. ,Irader: to be
13tH lffi.1 at which time same Will be
month. 1740 S. Fletcher Ave. equipped with direct electric starting
it for a bargain. 1% milesN. 13.00; by 24 tires 10 ply. front and
Ph. 2613781. tIc 'Nord reserves the right tp reject
of Milliard, turn right at I rear and a completely enclosed cab II me any or all bids.
Pecan Station. For quick sale with safety glass. Dated this 23rd, day of October,
'f THREE ROOM, unfurnished'house Price to be for delivery to Nassau I $
I A.D., 1963.
call Martin Geiger, Phone Courty Prison Farm. Milliard. Honda. I I
Nassau River Jim Thomas Chairmatf Dmw
on near
845-3719. 024e :30 days delivery. Holds,
I I Board County Commissioners
Terminal 17945 N. MaiL with
Bag. Complete description specifications Nassau County, Florida. Any
Ph. PO 54935. I of equipment and accessories at!I Attest:
40 HP ELECTRIC start Johnson tached thereto. price of equipment as D. 0 Oxley Ex-Officio Clerk..
outboard well as net price, must be shown on I ASSOCIATE STORE .
motor only 3 2t 1324,31
FOUR ROOM furnished apartment each and every bid. .
hours. Mr. Connelly, Bids should be filed with D. 0 Ox-
2615751.tfc private entrance. 421 N.i ley. Clerk to Hoard of County Com PUBLIC NOTICE S. 8th St. Phone 261-3233 :
3rd. tie 1 missioners not later than 10:00: o'clock
-.,. A.M... November ,?*, 1963 at which IX TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE 't"
YULEE 3-bedroom brick home., ,1 FOURTH JUDICI4L CIRCUIT OF .em AmOS :
FURNISHED 'I time same 'tI.ill.Mened. read and Home Owned and Operated
Vs acre lot Immediate occupancy APARTMENT considered. .VBy;>" THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND
: half block of Post Office. Private -I The Hoard resecUWMJight to FOR NASSAU COUNTY. IV CHAN
VA approved. lance re-I CERY. CASE NO. 2731CATHERINE :
electric kitchen.; feet anT,or all bidsli. v Walter D. Smith Owner
entrance ,
Construction! Co., Phone 225 I Dated this 23rd. dajSM RICHO. ._ .
314 Alachua. Phone 261-5186( J Plaintiff. I '
5173. 024c or .: A.D.. 1963. \\5f .
2614341. tIc Jim 7homad'aA3r# VS .
If IUY A HOMESITE on the Nas. Board County lisionersNass.1u Defendant !: i

sau River Beautiful high ONE FURNISHED one unfurnished Attest: County Florida. TO' rI .-NOTICE" -.TO-..DEFEND',." Lay-Away Now While The Selections Are Complete

and iry lots at Nassauville apartment, oceanside. lJ, U. Oxley. Clerk I 2201! North 19th Street .. -
Zt 10-24, 31 ..1.. .
Year round. 126 S. Fletcher.
Others with waterfront privil- ,
t You are hereby notified that a suit -
eges. Small' down payment. Phone 2613138. Ifc .. -
n. -'

Terms to nit Phone Francis W. I. McCRANIE has several bch. PUBLIC NOTICE FOR NOTICE BIDS you by. __Catherine EXmpson, Richo.:...in FOR THE LADIES FOR THE MEN FOR THE CHILDREN :

Ellis POpular 5-2G61, Jackson cult Court Fourth Judicial Circuit, in
apartments and cottages for The Board of County Commissioners
ville. We. winter rentals by day, week, of Nassau County, Florida invite, Hair Dryers I Guns % Tools For All Ages :
bids for furnishing the following equiPment -. .
and.required" to file your written ,an .
HOUSE, PLUS extra lot, on State month. Phone 2614642. tic. rOne- Power Tools Bicycles; :
Food Mixers -
I I % yard medium weight drag S
Road 200 in Yulee. Dora Swails. herein against you in the above entitled -
S' Phone 2255357. 024nc: PRIVATE ROOM with bath, k chain Bucket and complete not less with than Shive 1130 Ibs.and the Court Circuit in Court the Office in and of for the Nassau Clerkof Toasters Tool SetsFishing 6 Tricycles :
block of Post Office. Private Price to be for delivery to Nassau County in his office in the Courthousein
Rods Portable Radios
I 12 FT. MAHOGANY plywood entrance. Phone 261-5186, 2C1- County Prison Farm Billiard Florida. Fernandma I*ah. Florida on or S % :
I Complete description with specifications before the 6th day of November A. D. Coffee Makers
boat :3 hp Johnson Champtilt 4341. tic of equipment and accessories attached 1963. and to serve a copy of such answers Reels Portable Record :
trailer. Like new. Call 261- I thereto price of equipment. as and defenses upon Albin C.
I 9050 or 261-5183. tic VACATION .ArTS I well as net price must be shown on Thompson1, Jr. Plaintiffs Attorney, Dish Sets 0 Tackle Players :; .
I each and bid.
i every whose address is 308 Atlantic Avenue _
OCEANFRONT APT. completely Bids should be filed with D. 0 Ox- Fernandina Beach. Florida, on or before J-
LARGE, TWO bedroom house at furnished- Day, week, or mon h.I Icy, Clerk to Board of County Commissioners said date as required by the
Five Points. Beautiful lotNeeds I not later than 10:00: o'clock Laws of Florida and the 1254! Florida .
I 584 S. Fletcher Ave. 261-587. AM, November 13th. 1963. at which
Rules of Civil Procedure. If you fail fAMILY i
repairs. $400 down $57 I tic time same will be opened read and to do so a Decree Pro Confesso wilt fOil THE
month. considered.The be entered against you for the relief
I Hoard reserves the right to demanded in the Complaint ,
,* UPPER I/ECK; Ah' Completely ject any or all bids. You are further notified that the nature '
AT YULEE Neat two bedroom furnished including TV Dated this 23rd. day of Octo re-I of said suit is Divorce. The nameof TELEVISIONS CONSOLE[ STEREOS APPLIANCES RADIOS >

home. $5,000. $500 down, $48.50 Phone 2613118. tfc I A.D.. Jim lfl 3-Thomas CVurmarf been the instituted Court in which is. Circuit this suit Court.hai

month. fW Board County Commissioners Fourth. ,Judicial Circuit Nassau Cetut-

.3 TWO ROOM furnished. apartment Attest ridiSdU: u>uuty. kM3IIUI. I of ty this Florida case, and is Richo'the' abbreviated vs. Richo. It title is PLUS MANY, MANY MORE IDEAL GIFT ITEMS =

8 ROOM 2 BATH house fine D. O. Oxley. clerk hereby ordered that this Notice shall .
neighborhood. Can"*b two a- 6EL 2t 10-2--1. 31PUBLIC be published once a week for four (4))
consecutive weeks in the .Fernandma "
partments. $4,850 ; $500 down .
F. SAHLMAN Beach News i- *er, n- .-- P
$50 a month for 12 years. PRONE 2M4221 NOTICE general circulation in said Nassau Weekend'Specials
> County in lernandin Bt.ui, ..,_
NOTICE OF COunty. Florida. KIDS'!
$250 DOWN -: $65 month buys YEAR ROUND two bedroom The Board of County Commissioner WITNESS my hand and as den of 1
of Nassau County. Florida. invite said Circuit Court of Nassau I
masonry three bedroom home, Lawn Rakes 74c
furnished or unfurnished apartment btda for furnishing Gas Equipmentand Florida. and the seal of the county'l
priced below replacement at $9,. on beach. Phone 261-3733, totalling Heating System at the at Ftrnandina Reach Nassau ,
'Z75.'I Nassau County. JaIL Florida. on the 27th day of SeptemberS .
Howard Hammond. 224 S. Fletcher Win the W-PAP Western Auto
Complete oescnption with specifications D. O. OXLEY -
& ft & tfcWANTED of Equipment and Installation.may Clerk of the Circuit Court.In 12 Volt Jumper Cables $1.18
ONLY $350 DOWN $63.50 a --" ,--, be obtained by Contacting D. 0. and For Nassau County
Oxley. Clerk Circuit Court. Room No. At Fernandma Iteach Florida
month three
small bed. Western
Buys 10. Nassau County Courthouse. Fer- Albin C Thompson. Jr. Flyer Bicycle '
. room two bath home. Paneled nandina Beach. Florida. Attorney for Plaintiff.
living room. Fire place.John IUds should be filed with D. 0 308 Atlantic Avenue, 9 Brake FId pt 38c
Hoard Commissioners Fernandma Reach. Florida
Oxley Clerk to County
Guess The
Correct Number
it WANTED' GOOD used type- not later than 10:00 4t 10-3. 10. 17. 24 of Pieces
M.. November 13th. 1963
o'clock A on
.. T. Fmrira & Son writer. Phone 261-5008. 024e at which time same will be opened In The Jug of Corn
Transmission Fbki
EM Atlantic AT*. Phftn 261-557J -- --- read and' considered. qt. 35cMakeYourGuessYdCouldB
The Hoard reserves the right to reject ,
THREE SITUAflOM any or all bids. / BE CAREFUL
BEDROOMS, 2 baths ,
Dated this % nd. day of October.

: large breakfast family nook room, dining, cedar room lined, WANTED 1963,Jim Thomas tJr I WITH FIRE. Winner t Official I Size Football $177 1

Chairman. YOU CAN'TsBUY \
storage double I---
room, garI
Commissioners '
age, covered patfa. Lot 13ff x 19-1. RELIABLE COLORED -I Nnsau Board Coifmy County. Florida.- BACK JUST BRING MOM OR DAD ,DO\VN TO SIGN Flashlight I & Batteries 55c

1803 Beech St Phone 2614167. wants day's work. ATTEST: < YOUR REGISTRATION CARD. 1 ,
4 tfc D. 0. Oxley. Clerk. 4. A FOREST! -
4226. 411 N. 5th St.
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:' :. THE PRESCOTT One of Kingsberry's i most Family room is i large and adjoins backyard at 2617 Gregor McGregor Boulevard. Price .

'::;. < popular models. Three levels, large l living patio. Upper level has three bedrooms for can be varied according to your desires orAt \ .:

.. },; room, separate dining room, small modern ocean breezes. This house is waiting to be equipment to go with house. / ".,
kitchen with completely built-in equipment built i in PIRATES COVE on top of a large hill l .

: We Have A Kingsberry Value Jo fit Every Budget, Every J lasfe Or Every Whim

: Burns and Brewer are currently building

: in three locations BURNS And BREWER ACCENT ON VALUE '

1 Pirates Cove near Atlantic Avenue 1
: and the Beach. A G-E Electric Dream Kit

Clinch I Drive which is an extension BUILDERS I ,'- chen Kingsberry Can Home.Be Yours In A '

of South 7th St., just south j Efficient Labor- viiEf [
0 the city I limits.At ,t\ Ovens, Dishwashers
: posals Make
O 'various locations on scattered t$> JOHN BARNES, Sales Director ?! \ Pure Pleasure. -, '

:. lots all around town. \319 1 South 8th Street Phone; 261-3606

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