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 31, 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
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System ID: UF00079912:00044
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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In Nassau County inaleach Nes-ar For Local Advertising News'And I

Since 1858 Absorbed by Purchase Merger or Succession. The FloriJa News The East Floridian, The Peninsula. The leraanoina Courier, me Island City Feraattd'na oosen-er, Fernandrna Express. The Fernandlna ,
The Florida Mirror The Nassau
Fernandina Neis-Record. Nassau County Leader. The Outlook. The Florida-Georgia News, The }'ernandin.1.Nello's, The Buccaneer. County Star The News, The rnanowa necoro. I
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Open House Sunday At Air Traffic Control Center C of C Annual

Meeting, Banquet Amendments School

i Tonight At 7 P.M.The I, Millage

Chamber of Commerce
: will hold its annual meeting and

banquet tonight at 7 p.m. in the ;I And Trustees

1 Junior High-Elementary Cafe. Up To Voters

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;' : Guest speaker will be Ha j don i ii I
.r +t> .. V i Burns, Mayor of the City of '
I favor the three amendments .. ,. .. I Jacksonville. i ij '
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to be voted on Tuesday and urge % ., 4 .t : j New officers and directors will j[In Election II
the careful consideration of each 4' : ; i, be installed at the meeting. j Tuesday Nov. S

by voters. In the story of the elec. y c, :" ::\\i; : .. i!! | ,
tion will be found an explanationof v
each and an opinion of the p's H. B. Dickens :I .
; ; ? Sr. In addition to the state amendments t
benefits I feel will be gained. Voters in Nassau
I Nassau County voters will County, .swell t
I vote on school trustees for the as throughout the state, will I
Community Chest.United Fund % I Passes Wednesday j next two years and on the millagefor CC-UF CampaignIn go to the poll* Tuesday Nov. 1, I
campaign underway. Time to give, Special Tax School DistrictNo. to cast their ballots for or agaii I

and generously.:* 'Nuff'* said. .I Night At Age 93 Florida.., Nassau County, State of Second WeekIra ; three Constitution.amendments to the Florida i

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Taste-tempting barbecued beefor ,. Incumbent trustees are Harold j The amendments have received
will be the de Dr. Henry Bailey Dickens, Sr., Hall, 1964 drive chairmanfor considerable l'publicity
pork piece resistance I J. Belcher, J. L. Irvin and D. Er- statewideand
Saturday when the Fer..I* retired phvsician, passed away nest Petree. All are seeking re- Community Chest-United a larger'turnout of voters
nandina Beach Shrine Club stages here last night at the age of 93. J I, election. I''Fund: campaign in Nassau County than usual for an off-year election

its annual fund.raising barbecueat He is survived by a daughter, )I Belcher is runniing in Residence' announced today that the first is expected at the polls.
the Recreation Center. Mrs. Cecil B. Brewton; two sons, financial report on the 8th annual The
City :, District No. 1 and is unopposed. amendments are as follows:
Proceeds to the Shriner's primary J1" Dr. H. B. Dickens Jr. and Dr. i 1 fund drive will be made nexti Amendment
go Irvin and Petree are running inI. week. ; No. 1 is: a proposed
charity, a crippled chil. Benjamin F. Dickens, all of Fer- i i Residence District No. 3 and Thomas I'i amendment to Article IV, Section
dren's home, so you'll get double nandina Beach; 15 grandchildren; B. Page, Sr., is also a candidate The annual drive, with a goalof 2 and 20 of the Constitution of
value for the nominal cost of the one niece and two nephews. ;i in that district. $17,606.12 this .y ar, got underway -: the State of Florida providing for

feed. Serving begins at 3 p.m. i Dr. Dickens had lived in Fer- 1 L L Owens is unopposed in1 I,I October 22 'with a kickoff the election of the Governor, Sf(.

and there'll be lots of entertain -.-. ; nandina Beach for the past 20 'I Residence District No. 5. breakfast at Seaside Inn for. officials (retary of State, Attorney General .
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ment for the kiddies. years and was a member of the and workers. ,
: I This year's ballot instructs voters Comptroller; Treasurer, Sup.I .
Part of this week's celebration day for Air Traffic Controllers, is accomplished the First Baptist Church here. I I
ok | use : I to vote for three trustees but II > Hall emphasized, "if a worker'erintendent of Public Instruction
of the Federal Aviation Agency's { visitors will be able to see and of three long.range radar sys., He graduated in 1902 from I hasn't contacted be I. and Commissioner
If you haven't been privileged to i j i I not more than one in any district. you yet, ready' of Agriculture
visit the Air Control Center of '' Fifth Anniversary will be an Open I hear them in action. ..I tems and. numerous radio frequencies j. Georgia College of Electic Medi-1 I Millage sought is set at the I II with your donation when he calls. :': at the 1964 general elettion for a
the Federal Aviation Agency, you I''I House Sunday, November 3rd, i, Charged with the safety of 1,,I remoted to the Center cine and Surgery, which later j! maximum of 10 for the next two ,II It is essential that each person I i i term of two ye-at\t and thereafter
civil and military aircraft in a from strategic locations through. merged with Emory University. give his or her fair share for this' with
I forth in j commencing
have an interesting experience in i: years, as set the Consti.! the general election -
store. Sunday will be a fine timeto |1 from 1:00: to 5:00: p.m. at the Air five-state area, the Center controls out the Center area. Funeral service will be held !j',, tution and Statutes of Florida. I: is the only assurance that our of 1966 for a term of four

avail yourself of the opportunity -II 1I I Route Traffic Control Center in I more than 1,000 flights aj The Open House will feature t here at the First Baptist Church' goal can be met." J years and providing that the governor .
Hilliard.On I ,.guided tours 'conducted by con. I Friday at 11 a.m. with Rev. Cecil i; I Ii i elected
since they're having Open day.Though Business houses and industries at the 19C4 gen ral
display in the $8,000,000 the Center does con- trollers and electronic technicians [Thomas of Nahunta, Ga. officiat. i Mrs. election shall be
Mary Rogers : eligible for
House on that date. Best route are being canvassed now by crews reelection
from Fernandina Beach is to Yu Center will be improved radar and trol a few airports, its primary with Junior Air Traffic ing, assisted by the pastor, Rev.J. of CC-UF workers. There will be ; to the office the next sue-
communications equipment and, as task is to provide separation for I Controller's Certificates. for the T. Dunnam. !] ceeding term.Amendment. _
lee, thence North to Ronalo's and no house-to-house canvass, in or-
4 Buried
between This The remains will be carried Wednesday
Sunday is just another working aircraft airports. younger visitors. to
take the state road to the installation -, Jackson Ga. to lie in state at the I,i der to avoid a duplication of soli. No. 2 is a prop wdI
just East of the Hilliard i citation. I amendment to Article XII of the
I Hasting Funeral Home until Sat.
city limits. See story in this is-I urday, when graveside service will In Douglas Ga. : "Give now, and give generous-i Constitution of the State of 'Florida .

sue for additional information. : Douglas Comets To Invade Pirates'Stronghold be held at 2 p.m. in Locust Grove I II ily] ," Hall urged.Churchwomen. by adding a section to be num-
'* Cemetery at Locust Grove, Ga. Funeral for Mrs. Mary' Caroline ;I 'bered by the Secretary of State,
Nassau County came in for a I Rogers, 82, was held Wednesday authorizing the issuance of bonds
i I I Rev. Bridges of Locust Grove will i
lion's share of the spotlight at 1 I officiate. I'jat: 3 p.m. in the First Methodist Hold for capital outlay at institutions
the annual convention of the Flor- i I Church in Douelas, Ga. Interment I of higher learning, including jun.
ida League of Municipalities the Strong Defense Is Set UpI : Pallbearers will be RufusL.Smith I followed in Douglas Cemetery. ior colleges and certain vocational

early, part of this.week in Tampa i iI ; !:i W. D. Rodeffer, M. D. Dix-!! Rev. Lawrence' \Houston; assisted World Community I technical schools; pledging certain
Poole Dr. R. R. McCul-
on Harry Rev. .
Senator Harry stratton ana Rep. | I by Emory rcrett, officiated. I | tax funds; providing for the use
Claude Wingate were signally I CURT GORDON i minutes in the opening period to I Russell Imier, 160 pound sen-|jlum and W. H. Melton. of accumulated surplus to pay for

honored by the League for their ,} The Sante Fe Rebels didn't go on to hand the Pirates their ior fullback, scored the first two 1 Arrangements are under the direction I Mrs. Kogers passed away early ,Day TomorrowFridayis any capital outlay' project authorized
work in pushing the cigarette tax i waste any time in jumping on worst defeat of the season, 337. touchdowns for Sante Fe with': of Oxley Mortuary. Tuesday in Humphreys Memorial rI by the Legislature! ; providing
hike through the recent legisla our Pirates last Friday night at 'The loss left the Pirates with a the second of the two going for: I Hospital. the day set for World procedures; providing powers and
ture. (Proceeds: from the tax are Sante Fe as the Rebels scored i t record of two wins, three losses : 70 yards. Kenny Ray Thomas, I' She was a member of Memorial Community Day. The sanctuaryof :. duties of the State Board of Education .
divided among the municipalitiies two_ touchdowns in less than five i! and a tie.Nassau. .. I 1130-pound Senior halfback, was Dr. J. J; Fisher To Methodist Church. and a memberof I the First Presbyterian Church and State Board of Admin.
in the state. Nassau's share is estimated ---- --- -- -- -- -- I the other speedy groundgainer for; the Founders Garden Club. I will be open for prayer and meditation ,. istration

as $!OOOO annually) the Rebels.. .. |' Address .Woman'sClubOn j She is survived by a daughter, 'i between the hours of 1000; (Continued on page two)
Gordon T. Butler of this city, ex- Noted Educatorto CommitteeSchedules I I .Mrs Homer,G. Wilkes of ..ffrnanaili' -i j Ia.m.'ndnoon. i / 'I j "..'

ecutive secretary of the .League,,!i [ j !', Beachijfjsoi} ("JJ.! $ Rogers j I All-Fn ll &\ .. ccJichu.li. (
was also honored with a handsome Address 'Film The Fernandina Beach-.High II SS Hope l lI Douglas; three sisters, Mrs. Sarah women are| yited to ,ome'I 1 1st Degree Murder
plaque, for exemplary service: during -( PPAOn School Band will parade In full F;? Rogers >of Nashville, Ga., Miss I, pray for "Nation Building and The
;i the years he has served in his uniform Friday afternoon pre. I I II Nancy Bennett of Fernandina1'I I United Nations." '

present capacity. I I. November 7 On Project ceding the game between the I I "Volunteer Duty *Aboard The ]Beach and Mrs.; J. W. Craft of j i Charge ReturnedBy
HopeThe the Pirates S. S. Hope" will be the subject j
and the Douglas, Ga. I Albany, Ga.; three brothers, John' .
Comets. lof ,,8 talk by Dr. John J. Fisher i ]Bennett of Savannah Ga. Thomas '

inevitableas Officials Attend
'w Taxes death, although it seems, are is anathemato Allen V. Deibert, 'noted educator Nassau County Executive The parade will form at the i i j at the November 6th meeting of j j Bennett of Brunswick, Ga. I( City : Grand Jury
the average citizen and tax : will address the Junior High- Committee of the Project Hope Junior High School and mOVe I the Woman's Club. :A tea at 3 | and Roger Bennett of Fitzgerald,1Ga. I Municipal League !

assessors quite often are subjected Elementary Parent-Teacher Association held its second meeting Tuesday,I through the downtown area, be- j o'clock Dr. Fisher will precede- is well the program.to'j. ( .; six grandchildren and a Convention In Tampa I A Nassau County grand jug,
to considerable criticism I) at their regular monthly October 15, at 8 p.m. at the Rec- ginning at 4:45. I. j great-grandchild. meeting last Thursday, returned
speak on this subject having ) I
meeting on Thursday, Nov, 7. reation Center, for the purpose 'a of 1st
Nassau charge degree murderagainst
and often abuse. County I wwvvwwwwvwwvwvw' I served in a volunteer capacity on ; A number of city officials were
citizens, however, may well be'! John Gregory, vice president of making film plans for .the forth-I the S. S. Hope in Peru during I Negro Fined $500, in Tampa the early part of tW Sammy.--. i._ Williams, ,
proud of the esteem in which Ed. ) and program airman, announc- I coming on Project PeeWee Nobles scored the lone' the months of December 1962 and week to attend the annual convention ,, -
ed today that Deibert who resides The ,film will be made available touchdown for Fernandina with j. For Contributing ToMinor's '
the International ,
die McKendree is held by i i j I |' January 1963, as gynecologist of the Florida League of !I \ilr..tns aas been in county
Association of Assess- |, in Fort Lauderdale, will address to the residents of Nassau about two minutes remaining in': He will join the SS Hope, a converted DelinquencyCounty Municipalities.Those jail since July 20, when he allegedly
I ing Officers. Just last week, atj.;! the P.TA on Community 'Cooper- County for a limited time, Nov. the ball game. Ned Tyson had 1: Navy hospital ship, in i from Fernandina Beach J shot and killed Morris Ben.
ember 25 to December 5. tossed
the international convention in ation. ; to Chip Wood for a first I Ecuador next (year for his sec. Judge J. E, (Gene) \ attending were Mayor and Mrs.E. I jamin, a Jacksonville Negro, during .
Chicago, Eddie was adjudged and I The invited speaker is a veteran The committee is scheduling down on the Sante Fe 25 before !''ond tour of duty. Weatherford issued a stiff fine of I J. Johnson, Jr., Commissionerand an altercation at a Hilliard
I honored as one of the top ten outstanding of 18 years as a teacher and the film for social and civic or. passing to Nobles for another !; The Hope maintains a year $500 or .6 months in jail against Mrs. L L. Bohannon, Com-i I "beer joint". .
I state chairmen of that I school principal. At present he h'1' ganization including Kiwanis, first down on the Rebel 7. Tyson: round medical training and teaching Leonard E. Brown, 24-year-old missioner and Mrs. John Tiliakos, : The grand jury found that the
group. This is the more impres- a representative of a school book j I Rotary and Lions. sneaked for 2 yards before Nobles 'i program. It travels to the Negro. I' Commissioner Ben Sorensen, City killing was of a premeditated de-
sive when it is considered that publishing firm, traveling Georgia -I Serving on the committee are, went over for the score. Tyson -' (Continued on page three) I Brown was found guilty of contributing j Manager and Mrs. David Gatchel, sign. Benjamin was shot three
the international group includes I and Florida.In Don Roberts, chairman; Mrs. Bob : added the extra point for the i i i I to the delinquency of a' City Finance Director and Mrs. times with a .22 caliber pistol,

all the 50 United States, Canada, his own right he is publisherof Gingles, secretary; Judge J. E. seven points for Fernandina. 16-year-old minor.Weatherford i Clayton Sanders, City Judge and once in the left side, once (rrthe

and the Phillipinc and Virgin IsI "The Student Writer", a magazine Weatherford, member North Flor.1 I Chip Wood, who played his usual !j W. R. Ozburn Sr. also issued a warn- Mrs. H. W. Fishier, and Mr. and chest and once in the mouth '_*
lands. on creative writing for stu ida Executive Committee; Mrs. outstanding ball game, kicked ing that similar stiff fines can be : Mrs. Gordon T. Butler. Butler i b Williams was returned to jail,
'* '* dents. R. .M. White and Mrs. Jake Mot. I an onside kickoff after the expected in all cases of this na I executive secretary of the Lea.I I where he will await Circuit Cpurt
'I I r In addition to working for bet- tayaw, scheduling committee Pirate touchdown and Jack Bar- Dies In Atlanta ture. gue. J' action.
Be sure and vote Nov. 5. It ha* ; I ___ _---1-.L.-L___ __
been said many times and well ter reading practices, he has served Mrs. A. C. Mclnnis, publicity niak grabbed the ball to give i --- -- u

that the secret ballot is both aright I on several Southern Associa. chairman; and Mrs. W. A. Leus- Fernandina the ball on the fifty. !?<'......'" 7't.
William J R. Ozburn, Sr., father
One I tion evaluation committees. chner, fund-raising chairman. Nobles fired a quick pass to $ :
and responsibility.
a of Forrest C. Ozburn of this city, -
I Wood who to the Sante Fe I 'I
of ancient fame describes it Deibert is a former lay reader Others are: Claude Wingate, ran I
poet I died Oct. 19 at his
Saturday, ,
I for Methodist 25. Randy Price rammed for 21.
Churches of Georgia John Tester, Mrs. H. J. Young. '
"A as; weapon that falls down as still and is currently superintend blood, Mrs. Bernard 0. Johann, yards then Tyson lost 3 before I.1 home Mr. in Ozburn Atlanta, ,87 Ga., retired 15 |.
snowflakes fall the sdI ? ent of the Methodist Sunday I Mrs. Barbara Pyron and Mrs. i trying two more passes which .
As ; from his position as ;,
were incomplete and the Rebels years ago
Fort Lauderdale. Chuck Flenniken.Dr. .
freeman's will, j
executes a .
But [
I chemical engineer with the firm
lightning does the will of God; I i A former Air Force major, he J. J. Fisher Jacksonville took possession on their own 32 i
As | of Feedwaters, Inc., of New i!
doors has served as Commander of an gynecologist, who has served a j
And from its force no nor i [ York. He was a native of Ciay. i
locks I American Legion post. He is an tour of duty on the SS Hope, will Sante Fe must have been anj
'ton County, Ga., but had resided
Can shield you, 'tis the ballot- I active Mason. i j be guest speaker at the November eager bunch because they were ,'' in Atlanta most of his life.
box." j i Gregory urged that all parentsand 6 meeting of the Woman's Club, not satisfied with their 33-7 lead.' He was a member of the Hap- .
; '* ok teachers attend this meetingto to render first.hand information I and filled the air with passes i'eville' Baptist Church and was '

As surely as Autumn comes, hear Deibert's address. on the project. (Continued on page three) an Elk, a Mason and a Shriner. .
down fall the leaves to harass -- - Funeral services were held onj

those who keep well-manicured __.._y-----. -..--..--.... .. Hill. I
Monday, Oct. 21, at Spring
f lawns. And as surely as: they are Rev. Soloman F. Dowis conduct.

f raked up, comes a desire to burn ed the last rites, with burial following r
them. Don't do it. You'll create a in Westview Cemetery. ?
fire hazard and besides>> that you'llbe 3' Other survivors include his t

in violation of a local ordi widow, Mrs. Vivial C. Ozburn; a

nance. Pile 'em up near the street son, W. R. Ozburn, Jr., of Atlanta t
I and let the proper agency handle ; two sisters, Mrs. John C.

I the disposal chore. Smith of Albany, Ga., and Mrs. ,

'tl rf Pauline Branyan of Jonesboro, 'gv L _
Sure to stimulate surf fishingare Ga.; two grandsons, W. R. Ozburn
the two large red bass caught III, and William C. Schwartz of :

I over the weekend. On SaturdayMrs. Atlanta. 4ei / _
Wra. II. Osborne landed a I ; '' _Ij 1 _
32-pounder in the surf in front of : 4" -ij
her home on South Fletcher. On Fernandina Beach

Sunday, Topsy Smith caught one WeatherU.
! that weighed just 8 ounces less,
also in the same general area. S. Approved Weather Station
I South 7th At Lime Street
Both were caught on dead shrimp | Lewis. Nolan Cooperative Observer
! using rods: and reels. Just further Max. Mm. Rain
proof that this is the finest area Thurs.. Oct. 24 73 67 .99
i in the state for fishing, whether --' .'. .' Fri., Oct. 25 82 66 .08'

: it be deep sea, jetty, sound, river ._j.' s.- .i.' ...... .... .-:.. ""' .. ,.>......1 .:. Sat., Oct. 26 86 61 .00 PORTER BARNARD and the Sheriffs Water Patrol enjoyed the annual free fish
I creek or right in front of your Sun., Oct 27 82 60 0 fry as much as their guests Saturday evening at Porter's Fish Camp. Mostly, though,
home. i i ift "SMALL( FRY" AT BIG fish fry make short work of their heaping plates of seafood Mon., Oct 2S 90 62 0 they saw things from behind an apron or a Coke machine, or a bowl of hush puppies, !

'* at the big fish fry Saturday night at Porter's Fish Camp. Needless t o say, Tues., Oct. 29 82 60 0 or even over the !mounds of sea food being given away. Members( of the patrol shown

I received a letter to the editor adults consumed their share without too much urging and everyone had an enjoy Wed., Oct. 30 67 45 0 left to right are: Gene Lasserre, John Bodine, Barnard, Johnny Thirsk, Dick Schureneand

(Continued on Page Six) able time. Photo by Tom Davis The Florida weather Public is furnished Utilities courtesy Co. J. "'. Batchelor. Over 2200 partook of the tasty fish, shrimp, crab and the fixin's.
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e_PAge Two News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida: -Thursday, October 31, 1963 : Watch Giveaway I tics because our Governor, the ta

i tural leader of the state delega- :I .' Cited For Service Prior To Overseas Assignment

I Set For Woman'sClub tion at party conventions, would i I

;.:; ERA DINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER Missing, -. !I still be politically strong at convention I I 'iI'... .. ... .,. "For
Scholarship meritorious
511 ASH STREET PHONES 2686 SCS7L Alan;'Paw ,I time instead of a "lame I Ii : ;
I II of duty from June 1, 1962 to September
.,. = A I I i duck" in the waning months of j ji i l' HQ
John K.
i education
Perry Newspaper Higher is SI
I: an expensive i ihis 18, 1963 as clerktypistin
I I tern. Such .
** knows leadership would; ,
1 *a.? Clld ell, Editor uNAT10NAI': Msnss.rO Everyone how a pet can problem and without the Florida the S-1 Section! 394th Transportation -
pomchow worm its way into deepest Scholarshio House Project instituted give more influence in the r.r Battalion (Terminal!),"
....:.. D t' of famib's I election l of party nominees and T. co.T. 8TH 1. CO.
.... recesses; a. affce-i tt FSU in 1934: many stu- i platform. began the Certificate of Achieve
r I EDITORIAL I j tions. Such a pet is "Edsrar Alan : dents would not be able to afford ment recently presented to Sp4

r : U ASfftcl i; Paw" a registered chocolate point i; a college education. \ AMENDMENT NO. TAO co. kNDTCOw Frank L. Barnhardt by Lt Col.
:: : ; iamese show cat owned by John I I II 'I i
It ... Through this program, ,a. fund ROMPS -r Robert P. Flint U. S. Army.
Brobston. FOR HIGHER
CUS1QABC I ; for and maintains T.
pays houses, The citation and letter of appreciation -
AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION Until the evening of the 18th. i rent free for some of theta:?3; 'i i EDUCATION CONSTRUCTION ty were presented to Sp.

f :.. ? ..,. Published ever; Thursday and entered at the Post Office I fcEdm" held the usual familv ,; more talented students. AJ This amendment would Barnhardt at Camp Leroy Johnson
Fern iadica Beach. Florida, u second class mail matter. I position any Siamese cat holds. :-J v ( permitan CT
Each year the Fern=tndina immediate beginning' : of con- New Orleans, La., where he I'
that of head of the household. It
'J.. Subscription Rates: Beach Woman'1: Cub: makes a struction for vitally needed higher had been stationed prior to his t

.'.. .I $4 a year S2. 5 6 months $1.25 3 Months was on from that Fr the day Glenwo that he disappeared area.- I donations of $250 to th's find. ejjcuion fac'litics. It provides'or d";arture for Germany by jet

$",.50 a year out of countyi I II 'To raise money for this cause the! the borrowing of up to 75 mil- p'.ne: from Charleston, S. C. on
beast ,
I But as "Edgar" is a friendly
< .' -' __ Woman's Club will give away aman's lion dollars for construction during Oc'ober 16.Th .
i his? parents feel that he may havpi
and ladies' Bulova watch i the present biennium and up certificate further cited
2 2ryr 2s
i roluntarlr! crawled into someone's
.",",VOTE "YES" TO AMENDMENTS i '>'at their December meeting. to 50 million dollars in succeeding tai! : Earnhardt j 1
.. I ear and ridden into the Fernandina Socialist "a
Tickets will be b'Vm'unu, as long sufficient
available tomor- as
Beach where he has been
area frequently! called to work
One of the most important issues ever to face the vot- several times since. row at a minimum dinat'on o' irement funds: are ova:labler upon
"''PTS of Florida is on the ballot this Tuesday, November 5th. I Telephone reports seem to place i I II I II |r' $1.00. See or cantart: Mrs. R. W. The bonds will be paid off over aOyrar -" long and arduous hours prepar-

Galphin, scholarship committee period at the rate of approximately in? correspondence, reports, and
in the of South Fifth
I him vicinity
It.i is State Amendment No. 2, better known as the College 5.5 f I
w Street, between Atlant'c and Ash. chairman, or phone 211-3078. million dollars per directives, using skill and knowledge -
,.-Building Amendment. 'I, He also has been spotted on 14th Mrs. Galphin said that already year from proceeds of the IVs not normally found in one '

We urge you to vote for this Amendment. Its passage near the housing project and I, several Nassau County students i I{ per cent utilities gross receipts of his grade and experience. His r
1St. .: tax. The Florida Legislature has desire! for perfection and willing.
ia \' tal the garbage dump. ;'have benefitted under this plan.
; to the future of Florida and to the welfare of our authorized
78 million: dollars in ness to do more than required of
I Since the first house
This large long, gangly was
purchased :
lren. I ; construction this bien- EARNHARDT RECEIVES citation from Lt. Col. RobertP. notable.
II ? 1il legged, cross-eyed cat looks i in 1954, the project has I projects him were particularly
'* '' 'It will provide for a $75 million bond issue, without in- more like a small mountain lien i. grown to six houses for men aid;i nium.:[ This allocation gives 52: Flint at Camp Leroy Johnson.. New Orleans, La. Specialist Barnhardt was a credit i
'. i million dollars for junior college -- --- -- -- --- --- --- to his unit, the Transportation t
than a pussy cat, or so he dd be. five for women.
creasing taxes one cent, and will make possible a desper- "
fore he began missing his two i|i Members of the Woman's Cub! construction. ing program for public school 3. It would obligate only the re- Corps, and the U S. Army.

ately needed building program fcr the public junior col- cans of horsemeat per day. He has Scholarshin Committee are as Allocations include: University > construction. I I sources of the Land AcquisitionTrust Earnhardt will be stationed in I

,..leges and universities. I had his shots and is perfectly safe follows: Mrs. R. Cenek, Mrs. G. i: of Florida $13.922,000; Florida 4. The bond issue contains built- Fund which was created by Heidelberg with the Intelligence

There is a population explosion now among students i ito approach. I II i T. Butler, :Mrs. W. L. Cargal, State University, $11,118,000.; in safeguards. It sets a maximum the 1963 Legislature. It would not and Security Division of the Cen-

j His family mourns his loss liO i| Mrs. Ben Clarke, Mrs. W. H. Sei- I Florida A &; M University, $4, interest rate of 4.5 per cent, al- be a general obligation of the tral Army Group for one year.
',.;: trying: to get into college. We can either pass this Amend I I 1702,000; University of South Flor- '
I anyone seeing a Siamese cat who bert Mrs. John D. Wilsher, Mrs. ''ida. though the actual rate is expectedto state. He has served two years with

ment and, thus help them get in, or we can reject it and 1 looks like he has lost a family like'' W. W. Dotson, and; Mrs. C. L. $10,755,000: Florida Atlantic be ccnsiderably lower. The 4. It would place the responsi- the Army, receiving his basic

deny them the education they seek. the Brobstons, please contact the I Rucker, Jr. I College University, $8,600,030 Pensacola; New StateI bonding program will: be admin- bility for retiring the revenue training at Augusta, Ga. He underwent -
W. M. Brobstons. near $1,600- istered by the Board of Commissioners I i certificates the Ft.
I Ii The watches were donated in !' upon people who specialist training at
We must not deny them this right. Florida needs 000; East Central Florida Area,
part by Robison's Jewelry and i 1 of State Institutions and use Florida's recreational facili- Jackson, S. C., and then assigned ,
., highly trained minds for their own sakes, for better leadership i I will be displayed in their store ,000,000} for of Florida an extension of the the Board of Administration, thus ties since the primary source of to duty at Camp Leroy Johnson. I
University Engineering
for creativeness. It needs these schools, too, for at- I window. i, College; and $200,000 in planning saving an estimated $1,000,000 in 'I income to the Land AcquisitionTrust Known to his many friends as t

i The ': fees. Fund is the new 5 per cent "Bud," he is the son of Mrs. I
racting new industry. New industry means more jobs, funds for construction of a new
state 5. It provides for legislative tax on outdoor recreational equipment Myra Barnhardt and the late I!
., ...higher wages, more opportunity. I Notion CounterBY I AmendmentsContinued Bay County, $511,966; Brevard controls in the designation of fa- Gene Barnhardt of this city. He

..\ As Thos. J.. 'Shave, Jr., Nassau County Chairman of j I j County, $2,159,432; Broward County I cilities to be constructed. No project I 5. It would result in the lowest is married to the former Miss

the Citizens for Florida's Future says: "If we want to give PAUL WARWICK I $3,190,922; Columbia County, can be financed under the possible service fee and interestrate Sandra Branch of Tifton, Ga.

11 I ( from Page One) U62,628; Dade County, $10,281- bond program unless approved by for the certificate issue since They are the parents of a son, ,
our children solid chance to succeed in life then must
a we three-fifths of the elected .
I mem- the certificates must be sold on a Frank L. "Bud", Jr., who recently ,
Around Fernandina Beach, it 022; Escambia County, $2,167,850
provide them with educational opportunities. In this Space I Amendment No. 3 is a proposed Jackson ; bers of both houses of the Legis- bid basis at a public sale. celebrated his first birthday. :
; seems, you don't amount to much I amendment to Article IX cf the County, $512,516; Lake lature.
Age, we must build modern schools to train today's child- : un'ess you know something about I'i Constitution of the State of Flor County, $1,238,668; Lee County, ---- --

., .JH how to ccHe with and solve modern problems.", I: fishing. By that measurement ida by adding a section to be numbered : $1,369,212; Madison County, $298- ,1 AMENDMENT NO. THREE I, of Medical I
The fastest way to accomplish this is to vote in favorof lor- by any other, some people i iI by the Secretary of State 000; Manatee County, $1,453,322; ., RECREATION BONDS Hope Symbol Mercy
I might say I don't amount to. providing that the Outdoor Rec- Marion County, $1,021,292; Palm

Amendment No. 2 on Tuesday. : much. ; reational Development Cou"c'l as Beach County, $2,908,312; Pinel- The proposed amendment pro BY JEANNETTE MelXXIS Walsh, to iniate a project aimedat

.. I Hush F. Stone, Sr., called Snao; created by the 1B63 Legeidature, 1: las County, $4.989,528: Putnam viding for the issuance of revenue We are a'l! aware that communication -, international good will and understanding -

Vote also for Amendment No. 3. Now is the time to the Hydie Petersons, Jr. and Sr.; may issue revenue bonds revenue County, $762,052; St. Lucie County lic certificates land for multi-purpose pub- and understanding between through personal con

acquire} recreation areas and cons'en'e natural resources for Otis Withington, of the Keystone i iI certificates or other evidences of $565,126; and Yolusia County, ment would acquisition permit and the develop-Outdoor people is of vital importance tacts.

I Hotel; Steve Spence, the popular I indebtedness for outdoor recreation -i I 1188368. i in a world of political: economic '! The project which Dr. Walsh
the public before the desirable and needed sites become too I Benefits of the Amendment I! Recreational Development Council,
grocer; Charlie Jones, the shrimn : natural resources conservation and military turmoilIt submitted was a plan for the
expensive or too difficult to purchase. This is a situation : man, and several others have said I and related facil'ties? ; I:, 1. It will enable Florida to begin 'which lands is the sorely State needed Cabinet for, to acquire is with this background of world's first peacetime hospital

much they would 'gladly} show me some providing that the Legislature immediate construction of con- .,. thinking that the Project Hope ship, a reconverted 15,000 ton i
where money spent now may save greater expense needed I i servation and outdoor recreation
I of the rudiments of'r:the angling shall designate the revenue or tax t badly higher education fa- was born. A real people-to-peo veteran of World War II and the r
;; projects by pledging certain designated
later. art. ".1'," : sources to be deposited in or cred cilities. Unless action is taken pIe endeavor. A people-to-people Korean conflict The Consolation -

.. i I But I don'ti knoYfanj I ited to the land acquisition trust '' now, Florida faces a critical shortage revenues which would be feeling of concern that is not dependent was refitted: and rechristened the :

I consider Amendment Not 2 the most important, No.j l Fishing is'rjiist'about' as differ- : fund for their payment an!, may 1 1 I number of college classrooms. The<,|>!!! credited trust fund.Benefits to. a land acquisition l i I|I upon politics, geographlf''or S. S. Hope, a name that is nowa
I of high school graduates'I II '
.. ent from tennisas' two impose certain restrictions.Editor's ::; .. race. A program whch! contributes : symbol of medical mercy to
.3 next and although this leaves No. 1 last, I feel that it is ; any sports
is expected to jump from 43,914 of the Amendment
...... could be differehtr from each ( note: The News-Lead-!I I, more positively to un- thousands.
desirable since state-wide elections deserve the full attention |I II other but in''a'-'wav' fishing I er favors the three amendments in 1962-63 to an estimated 218,000 1. It would permit the acquisi-I i derstanding, security and peace i Hope visits only those countries -

\ of voters and should not be confused by the distraction i' seems to me very much like ten- and following is an explanation I I by 1970. Florida must increase ;!i:: tion and development of lands I than any other weapon. 'I'I'I (I to which it has been invite

I ,", time. The nis. of each and an opinion of thc'tene4fits ) her college facilities proportionately '' now needed for both conservationand The very basis and purpose of ed and not only for the purposeof
of national elections occurring at the same present -
if she is .
i I I to keep pace with recreation projects. In several
be derived
There is inetking'i: much more i to ): '" the Project Hope is to bring the treatment, but for the purposeof
system creates a long and difficult ballot in presidential I I expected enrollment increases. areas of our state such as skills and techniques developedby teaching and training. This is

:;:.: 1 years and offers so few contests in off-years that voters -' tennis pitiful in player sports than who,a by real some good AMENDMENT :\O. ONE 'nOFFYEAR ,;,. i 2. Expanded and improved col. : along the ,East Coast, Central and the American medical profession what made the difference and

i loge facilities are vital to Florida'seconomy. ,,, Southwest Florida, and the Tam-
ELECTIONS to people of other nations in accounts for the success of the ,
would chance is forced to
lose interest. The proposed change encourage a play Future industrial f
expansion pa Bay area, delay in acquiring
and: good naturedly with really I I i i their own environment, adapted: Project Hope program.
and actielectorate in both state a will depend largely I!I needed lands
better informed more This proposed constitutional] on our badly for flood con- ':' Make to the
I terrible tennis The I specifically to their needs and your plans see
player. same :
I amendment would transfer to the higher education facilities. In this trol, water 'sl rage, other conser- ,
Jl1rt national elections. applies, in lesser fashion, to golf their way' of life. This' is one home movie being made available *
I of modern industry
era technology, vation needs and outdoor
-- ""off-year, or nonpresidentialyear recreational wonderful way to speak out to to the citizens of Nassau
the election of Florida I must have ready access to ,,, uses for the burgeoning'
ers.So )
1 I have .k.jpd,0f felt that the I I I the people of newly emerging County between November 25
CALENDAR OF LOCAL EVENTS highest state officials the: quality college education order population will be priced prohibi- nations Certainly one of the most and December 5. Nothing tells: the
same thing ,801' .4gb f"W" t fishermen. i, Governor, Secretary of State Attorney 'to keep its scientists and techni- tively high or will not be avail-
; certain paths to quite so poignantly as does
peaceful story
a coexistence
It must be darned annoying for I II
cians abreast of the '
: COUNTY COMMISSION10 a.m. 2nd Wednesday after 1st Monda] j intent General, Treasurer, Comp latest developments able at all. lies in efforts which I this movie. After seeing it you
I an expert fishermen. on in their fields well ,, 2. It would
Commission Chambers troller, Superintendent of Public as provide a perpetuating : is
: I I yanking something;; ,out of the : for research. enable people to help themselves. ; will see that the Project Hope
.. Instruction and Commissioner of .as fund over the next 50-year ,i! Hope began in the fall of 19581 no longer a project without precedent t
CITY COMMISSION 2nd and 4th Wednesdays 7:30 pjn. City \I i deep, to be;j:troiable, { with a rank Agriculture. To this 3. The bond issue itself is fiscally period which will allow the state !i
accomplish tried and
when President Eisenhower asked but now is
M Commission Chambers beginner who isn't even sure how tI | sound. It follows! the accepted to with demands! )
i I change, the amendment providesfor \ keep up for the of the most
to bait a l h9 KJ.] = if indeed, he a prominent Washington! D. |i I: proven some
I precedent by the successful t
I TRUSTEES 3rd 10 Din initial term for purchase and development of mull -
HOSPITAL Thursday a.m. Hospital ':knew what $ort pf'bait 1 to use in' an. two-year I I C. heart specialist, Dr. William difficult circumstances.
Board of Education bond- I Jti-purpose lands. .
each of these public
RoomSCHOOL officials --
ing beginningin -
the first place ''fcl.'' |I II -----.
-- - ----- -- --- --- -- --- -
-- -- -
u..I I II 1965. After that time, they -I-----
BOARD 1st Wednesday after 2nd Monday 9:30 a.m I ;I' I. a
would be elected t
to regular four-
Office probatfy' of this
Superintendent's I, It linking terms.
sort that star'ted'' out the other'I It' year J
P-TA EXECUTIVE BOARD last Thursday 3:30: p.m. Jr. me The Governor, elected! to the i
.. High Cafetorium t'[ day for a talk with Exteen Cor- : two-year term in 1964, would be I
bett about the kind of fishing HE ,
F permitted to for full
P-TA MEETING 1st Thursday 8 p.m. Jr. High Cafetorium '1 does from his Nassau Fertilizer i ii i run a four- ,
.. year term in the 1966 elections. -- -
i and Oil Co. Inc. the Amelia i
CLUB.. Each 6:45 Seaside Inn on i Thereafter Florida's traditional ""
KIWANIS Monday p.m. I ,
I River Old Town. !! stond Between
w ) near Does matter
prohibition against Governors' a
HOSPITAL AUXILIARY 2nd Tuesday 3:30 p.m. Hospital | It's always a pleasure to talk j I II i succeeding themselves! would be i-1'

: Dining Room with Exteen anywhere about any- in effect. The six other Cabinet .'#
I knew I couldn't far jI j I|
JAYCEES Each Monday 8 p.m. Recreation Center Lounge so go .+'officers, however, would be per- .
I wrong. I didn't. mitted of anti-I car}
to continue to succeed
LIONS CLUB Each Tuesday 7 p.m. Seaside Inn | In the first place, I learned that'I themselves in office. money. you !

the word "fertilizer" in the .
1 ROTARY CLUB Each Wednesday Noon Luncheon Seasidt ( : Benefits of the Amendment 1 }J t' "
.. ( name is an outdated misnomer.
ISN:1.:' 1. It is a nonpartisan election
X,,I I The Indians used to use fish as reform which
has been adoptedby
AMERICAN LEGION 1st and 3rd 8 at fertilizer for their : -
: Mondays p.m. Legioi I a own crops a majority of the states. Major -
Home :J.< ; and fish meal was used for the I
states with
strong two-party
: CITY P PLANNING BOARD 3rd Thursday City Commission I same purpose for many generations systems which have switched to i

Chambers I thereafter. But things have the off-year elections for top a

changed. I state officials include New York,

WOMAN'S CLUB 1st Wednesday Woman' Club Bldg. fish The Exteen's menhaden boats, which after is the'!' California, Michigan and Pennsyl k = L 'HA:_

2 BOY SCOUTS OFAMERICA, Nassau District 6 p.m. 2nd Friday go vania.
M Seaside Inn with the help of an airplane > 2. Placement of the elecions of j

which spots the big schools from ,! the Governor and Cabinet in the

MERCHANT'S .,ASS. \. each 3rd Thursday Noon Luncheon I above is now more principally i off-year would create more inter-
Seaside Inn a source of diet for animals and
i est in off-year elections, thereby

J CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 3d Monday Luncheon 12:15 poultry. Caught and processed! tending to stimulate a greater q k

Seaside Inn I I by modern methods, the men- turnout of voters. Traditionally,

"fr haden (or mossbunker, or pogy, balloting in the off-year has been
BUCCANEER COIN CLUB 8 pm. 2nd Monday each month ,: the most popular local name) becomes '' extremely low because of the small "'

I a rich source of food for number of offices at ."

I day each month *. 8 p.m. TV Room at Recreation Center. swine, cattle, dogs and cats. stake. For example, only 939,207 -. :--- -' .. : :
From the well-known <
pogy, votes were cast in the 1962 off- .
I NASSAU CHAT .;NO. 49 ROYAL ARCH MASONS 2nd and : for example, comes much of the ) year elections compared to 1,544-

4th Thursday*& 8 pjn. Masonic Temple nutrient which now helps poul- 180 in the presidential-year elections !

AMELIA LODGE: NO. 47 F. 4 A.M. 2nd and 4th Tuesday! i trymen grow a frying-size chicken of 1960. Got your heart set on a new car? But t wondering hqtyou/ll use :for money?

8 pjn. Masonic Temple to proper skillet size in much I J 3. By separating the major

: HOBE1N LODGE No. 164 Kn'ghU of Pythias 1st and 3rd Thun less time than it took in grand-I i state and national elections, this We've got the answer ta that: use OURS You can get the cash you need fast on

" 4 days 8 p.m. Masonic Temple :' daddy's day. proposal would give the voters a :

J "1 FERNANDINA TEMPLE 7, PYTHIAN SISTERS 2nd and 4ti : Fish solubles, which once were better opportunity to study the an auto loan from us. 'We'I arrange to finance your car In the way most advan-
tossed away as waste, have now merits of the individual candi ,
; Mondays: of month at 8 p.m. Masonic Temple. j "
CHAPTER 55 ORDER EASTERN been found to be packed with I dates. It also would help prevent tageous to YOU. Cost will be low terms convenient service prompt. Come in !
STAR tat and 3rd Tuesdays -1 1t highly valuable B-vitamin, especially nonqualified candidates from rid- .

Masonic Temple : B-12, which is about the ing in to state office on the coattails

SPEBSQSA EACH TUESDAY 8 P.M. Recreation Center !i latest component to become well i of a momentarilypopularnational :

Lounge r known in the vitamin field. personality. Low-Cost Auto Loans Personal Loans 9 Checking Accounts

'. HIBISCUS GARDEN CLUB 3rd Monday of month at o p.m. j Exteen says he believes the 4. Separation of the state and "
day will come when Federal and i, :i national elections also would give
Savings Accounts Business Loans Safe Travel Checks
Deposits .
.' MAGNOLIA GARDEN CLUB Sn Monday of month at 8 PJL I health authorities will relax'' ,the voters a better opportunity to

ROSE CIRCLE 1st Monday ..,.. ,, -.,,........_ 8 P.M t their restrictions to the point ,scrutinize the state and national

p.Y.1 I where these fish products can be' !issues at stake in the elections. .
1 called edible for humans in the :/The issues at stake in the : two CALL-OR STOP IN TODAY AT THE BANK OF FRIENDLY SERVICE
; MAGNOLIA GARDE: CLUB 4th Tuesday ....., ... ....._._ S PJt r United States as they are in ((1]levels! of government are almost; i ,*

AZALEA. GARDEN CLUB 2nd Tuesday __._ 8 PJL many other countries. i invariably separate and distinct I >

220 Lighthouse Circle i "It seems a pity," he says fain i and can be better considered bj+ I

; SIITCH. -A-BIT CLUB 1st and 3rd Monday _...._ 7:30 p.n a big and troubled world where : 1 the voters apart from each other'' I '
.. I, it is estimated that four out of : 5. It would shorten the presi-i I Florida National Bank' :

J Since 1928, Florida's reforcst five people go to bed hungry|
.. 'tation program has included theo I every night that they can't hate ]long for intelligent voting. Inset'oral ,I I

i 1'eople Do Read Even planting of pne and one-half LU- 1 access to these inexpensive and.i I counties, the ballot is so long ,-i;. I

1 : The Smallest Ads I lion pine seedlings. valuable nutrients." t H I II Ii that two voting machines are re-',.

I I i luired to accommodate the entire!' AT FERNANDINA BEACH ;
: In The News-Leader
i: EASY-CARE COTTONS will I "Wherever you turn nowadays j slate of candidates. I

-_ YOU Are I j I look better if taken out of the :you find progress stymied by 6. It would give Florida increased -I .. ATLANTIC AVENUE PHONE 261-3695. 5 :
,dryer while still sl'ghtly damp, 'the curse of t.o much strength in determining .. .. ...... ... .. -,-
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Mrs. W. J J. Courter's I r I Newr-Lea'der, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday October 31, 1963 Page Three
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:* "Night and Day" : I Kiwanians Hear Ulsh Gets PlaqueFor 1 Weisner Speaks On '

: : ; < .' Wins Fair AwardMrs. H w :x: State's Insurance Outstanding i "Education Today"

:(; :;; Walter J. Courter is pleas- Plan For SeniorsBY Exhibit At
> Currency
:, .", : ed with the Award of Distinctionshe ;:; !I Rotary Meeting

won with her dried arrangement ,.. ., .. .. ,
'.>. ,; IiW j+i 'i : < % :.: .. : TOMMY HALL BY
; "Night and Day" at the : < : : PAUL WARWICK
: ) i Northeast Florida Fair, and with '_ >.., ':: i.. .. ....'''': i,; John Holmes, Deputy Field : ... { Pupils in Fernandina Beach
." ,
rg > : Commissioner with -.'<.; '
,. Insurance
: .' good reason; it is the highest 11f1 .. High School maintaining an aver-
..<. .'< :' ,
; .. .: < Commissioner J. Edwin Larson's
award she
> has ever won with her ;\'' age-or-better standing, are study.ng
,, : t Lt;, .::i office in Tallahassee, the .,
dried floral arrangements. .; 7 t :':'':of : ,:,,' R was just as hard and consistently
t\ S
But awards and ribbons aren't I Ithe i ''' Kiwanis speaker on Monday ,J! is boys and girls of past genera-

,. only motivation for Mrs. Cour- ( "". 'night Holmes was introduced bj 'ions if not harder to keep
ter's interest in' flower arranging. Program Chairman Bob. Ferreira, .. ip, John T. Weisner, Nassau

% \\rA There's the challenge of finding and spoke on the program of ., Count/s Superintendent of Public I

,% .., .r' just the right materials, mostly : health insurance which has been Instruction told the local Rotary .

local Then .,the,,exacting: task of sponsored and encouraged by .' Club yesterday.
; Larson for the benefit of senior "
deciding how ,the arrangement Weisner :
t 'f1 reminded the Iotar-
J should look as far'** as color and citizens. ";:!, 'ans, after his introduction by

balance. '$ : : 1 'A senior citizen," he said,4s louden Sapp, that rapid changesn

Flower arranging takes a lot ',- '# \ anyone over the age of 65 years, the political, geographwal and

of patience, bit$'Mrs. Courter s1I. 'c .\ I and when retired is sometimesat social situation all over the world

learned that whenshe first pick. ; c a loss to find a suitable hos- : nade up-to-the-minute study and

ed up the hobbyyhile recuperating 1 % II pitalization plan which will fulfill bsorption more difficult today

from a long ilness.! Friends -. :.I+W i ; .. :. : I his requirements." ; han it had ever been.

gave her J'l1lWialsand\ she used .'. .. ..' ". .. 4 ,. ,t I Holmes pointed out that Flor- I "A new, textbook is hardly off
her own ingenuity to construct fr "k : .' .. *; )' ida has encouraged senior citizens I the presses," he said, "before 'it is
interesting arrangements.Mrs. I I throughout the nation to come to Paul Ulsh, competing in his out of date and the conscien- t

Courter further enjoys her .., ... j I Florida for their retirement years.I first coin show let it be known tious stwfe hobby when she gives away her ? "They have responded by the that he is becoming a coin collector toes to keep up with changing

--"-" __._A._.__ ............_ arrangements to friends and re- I I I thousands," Holmes, emphasized, I of some note by walkingoff situations."
< latives. She even takes on probe THREE MORE HAVE JOINED THE RANKS of Fern- "and to the point where providing with one of the six paques! ,i: With President Hugh F. Stone

.MRS. WALTER J. COURIER is shown with the dried lem arrangements sometimes for !; andina Beach bottle finders. They are left to right, Beverly for their health benefit protection awarded to outstanding exhibi- Jr., in tlAi-chair, the meeting.also

floral arrangement "Night and Day," which won her the her friends. Tensely, Barbara Smith and Karen Brewer. Bar has become a major problem tors at the annual show of the ,. heard Wejsner say that the aver-

Award of Distinction and a blue ribbon recently at the Mrs. Courter's next arrangement I bara was walking on the beach with her dog "Satan" in the state. As these citizens Jacksonville Coin Club. i i iUlsh I I'I age; high school graduate of today

I Northeast Florida Fair at Callahan. Mrs. Courter is a may be seen on display Saturday i! when she found her bottle, one of many tossed into the grow older" the problem becomes entered an exhibit on foreign i. was better grounded in most sub-

member of the Azalea Garden Club of Fernandina Reach. the 23rd at the Keystone j I Atlantic by the Woods Hole Oteanographic Institute! of greater. currency and mint errors in I I i jetts than were the college sophomores
Hotel as part of a Christmas "Unless a suitable plan for hospitalization the show, which was staged in aPd, juniors of a generation
Flower Show sponsored by the Massachusetts! as part of a continuing survey of tides I insurance for such I the Mayflower Hotel. I ago.

Eddie McKendree Is Rose Garden Club. Mrs. Courter and currents. Karen and Beverly collaborated in findingthe citizens is worked out, on a state'! The local numismatist, although High ,school senior

Signally HonoredAt will represent the Azalea Garden I other bottle also from Woods Hole. The girls had to :jor local l level,. this problem. will ': relatively new as a collector i is I the club', introduced by J i1'r guests Beard of,

Club. break their bottle though, when Karen got her finger [ become an area where the feder-: the charter president of the Buccaneer
were Tommy s'Oliver Edwin
Convention of Assessing Officers stuck in its neck trying, to. extract the message. II al government will move in and Coin Club here He is a I| Fiveash. Bill Webb, new and presidentof
_ provide what is. needed. Florida member of the Jacksonville Ccin''!
the Kiwanis Club, was ano her
Douglas CometsContinued will lOOp become the state with Club and its first vice presidentand
i Eddie McKendree, Tax Assessorfor ContainerAt the greatest number of senior charter member of the Duval I visitor, as were Rotarians Jack ..
Bailey Wingate Holt oMUham N. C. Jack
Represent ,
Nassau County was signally ( From Page One) citizens, there presently being Numismatic, Society. ;
honored last week at the Carter, of Tifton i \ Ga.; AL Sickle,
__ in Chicago of the International during the final seconds of the some 600,000 persons in thugroup I of Savannah, and G. W. Colvin, of I
Florida Industries Conclave I
Forest in Florida the .
speaker Winst
Association of Assessing I game in an .effort to, rack up ,another ; stated. Local Lions Club Snlem, N. C.
Officers. touchdown. The Fernandina I II I I
pass defense held however, and The Florida Forest Industries State Senator Elmer 0. Friday "Many of these persons, before No
McKendree of the Florida, who is Tax a past Assessors president I the Pirates took possession ofj I(I Committee held their convention Jr., welcomed the fifty delegatesto coming to Florida, were mem-I: Discusses Proposed ; Closing Tuesday S

Association and is I the ball and tried one play before I III |i I in Lehigh Acres Florida October Lee County in a short address. bers of groups holding hospitalization !- For Beverage Dealers
currently the game-ending whistle sounded. i 23. The opening meeting was call Opening remarks were presentedby insurance coverage. Some,I'

'. chairman, of was the named International as of Association the II It was apparent from the beginning ed to order by Ben Swendsen, District Herbert J. Bailey of Fernan Ii I when separated from their groups, State AmendmentsIn I State Beverage: Director Richard .

one I that the Rebels had a 6 Tree Farm Chairman, in dina Beach, Fla., C. H. Coulter, I found difficulty in obtaining individual B. Keating explained today
top outstanding chair-
L in of "Race Horses" in their I II '1: the Lehigh Acres Auditorium. The Florida State Forester introduced ,' coverage on their ,own," lieu of a regularly fchE'dule-t I that alcoholic beverage dealersin
: / men the Association.The I group; continued. program, the Lions Club discussed I Florida will not be
backfield as Chip Wood kicked convention was attended by representatives Claude Wingate of Container I required to
Association includes all the I the upcoming Nov. 5 election j jI halt sales of alcoholic
three states of America beverages
from Corp. State
off to the and Tho- Representative j "Larson's office has workedout
50 United States, Canada and the I open game as they met Tuesday for th- "rip"l election .
mas returned the ball from his Georgia, Tennessee and Florida. Nassau County, who a plan whereby companies :I Tuesday -
Phillipine and Virgin Islands. I weekly dinner meeting at Seaside November 5. )
j made the Address.
own 15 to the Rebel 37. Imler ran I throughout' the land have been i

The choice of the top ten out- I for 8 yards and Thomas made it first half ended with Santa Fs George E. Kelly, American requested to' 'submit their plans I Inn.Ray Caldwell spoke each of fonda! iiaiute.s require that !

standing chairmen each year is I a first down on the 48. Imler leading, 200. Forest Products Industries, Inc., for consideration to a committeein on all places selling alcoholic 'beverages .
the three amendments
based on standards effort to improving assessing | raced for 12 yards to the Fernan Arnold took Hod e's kickoff to Memphis, Tenn., spoke to the con I the commissioner's office. I I Florida voters and listed them facing i h : must close during the hours \

membership dina 36 and Thomas ran 33 more vention on "The Public Appraises These plans .* have been made polls are open for general l'or primary ,
the second half the 20 importance as the College Building
improvement; and general work in to the Pirate 3. Greg Blount was i open on I the Forest Industry". He gave an j jj available to 'interested citizensby election; however, Keating ,j

their respective state association. ,! tossed for a 3 yard loss, but on I and returned to the Pirate 41..I j informative view of the public ac- ': manifold copies which are on I[ Amendment Amendment, the and Outdoor the Election Recreation -. noted the voting Tuosday wi I be I

I the next play Imler went into Wood raced to the Rebel 45 as ,ceptance and understanding of display in the, 19 field offices of I" Date of State Officer a special election of four..propos.

Di Maria Funeral I the end zone for the score. Trig the Pirates used the Dick Tracy "Multiple use of Forestland", with the insurance commissioner I Amendment. ed constitutional amendments and

"SUPERMAN Better Known ger Hodge kicked the extra point I play. Arnold added one and Rowe I recreational areas, wildlife protection | throughout the state," he con Caldwell listed briefly what wa will not come under the'Taw requiring -
aa Robert Ellis, Fifth graderat and the Rebels were off and run and the Wilderness cluded. businesses to close.
went for a first down on the
Billj involved in each of the amend-
Fernandina Beach Junior. Today In CallahanFuneral ning with an early 7-0 lead. Santa Fe 35. T7s .. tossed to Pi I presented in Washington ,I Carl Gold,' former member of ments and gave his reasons for Keating offered the statementin .

High Elementary School, WAS\ Hodge kicked off to Fernandinato kula for another first down on along with the planned use of the club, was a' visiting Kiwanian I favoring each. answer to several inquiries' regarding

on hand Saturday night at the for Gandolfo Di Mariaof I githe Pirates their first of- the Rebel 23, then passed to timber by industry. Stressing the from West Palm Beach. Mike Pi- i: A general discussion by the I this will)the law in, and all noted cities that
Callahan :fensive I plays and Wayne Arnold Wood to the Rebel 14, but failedto fact that the public needs more information Kula, Jr.,, and Mike Rice Lions membership followed. j apply and t
P-TA who I
to the away i I counties in the State.
Monday in Humphreys Memorial' returned frpm the 20 to the Pirate make the first down by less;f' on the industries useand were the 'Key Club guests. They,I In the absence of President F
'Small fry" from witches hobgobliiu. Hospital held this 30. Ray 'hwe'w'cnt for 4, than six inches and the Rebels conservation of forest land, presented the Key to Kiwani !' Ben Clarke, Vice President Carson i
and other friendly, but I 10 was morningat 'I' Richard Schomas added 2, then 3 took over. and how it affects the public welfare Evert Elvin which offers him McKendree conducted the Trade
a.m. in the Catholic Churchat At Home
frightening Hallowe'en spirits. Callahan. Rev. W. J. Holmesof I before Wood punted out-of- The Pirates held and Hodge I and economy.A an Invitation to meet with their! I I meeting. j

Robert is the son of Mr. and St. Michael's Catholic Church bounds on the Santa Fe 30. punted to Nobles on ,the Fernan panel discussion was held club on Thursday and talk on his -- I

Mrs. Henry B. Ellis, Jr. officiated. Burial was in Buford On the first play from scrim- dina 24 and Nobles made a fine with moderators, W. W. Miller, chosen profession' ,' or business ac -.- .
Grove. Cemetery at Hilliard. mage Imler went off his right return to the Rebel 45, but on Owens-Illinois Glass Company; tivity. '"' -- i

Born in tackle and sped down the side the next play a Fernandina fum- Clarence Streetman, Escambia Bert. Maxwell has accepted the
Mr. Di
Palermo Sicily,
See TheTORTURE Maria had lived in Callahan for lines 70 yards for the touchdown, ble was recovered by Thomas on Treating Company; Maynard Stitt, appointment by the Board of Di- JUST I&joXAT I
I 45 He I but Hodire.: missed the extra point. the Rebel 45. I St. Regis Paper Company; and rectors of 'se&etary.treasurer.Members Small II I II
I years. was a member of -
t TEST the Catholic Church and had been and the Rebels enjoyed a 13-0 Imler raced to the Fernandina Frank Albert, Forest Counsel. attending; the Inter- I MonthlyPayments I

, ATDOWNTOWN I prominent in the affairs of Callahan lead in just five minutes of play- 40, before Rooks went to the Pirate Harry D. Johnson, State Tree club meeting m. Jacksonville with 4 \

for a number of years. ing time. 22. Blount tossed to Leather- Farm Chairman addressed the the Northside Kiwanis' Club were 5..

GULF Survivors include his widow, Rowe and Schomas, and a Tyson wood for the score and the Rebels convention on Wednesday. Thursday Kiwanians Rauschert Cenek 1FORD

Of A Mrs. Nora Di Maria; six daugh- to Wood, pass carried the. made it 26-0 as the extra point morning the group was escorted White, Bryan Maxwell, and In-

Monarch Nylon Rug ters, Mrs. Grace Radvansky Mrs. ball to the Santa Fe 40 on the I try was no good. on a field trip with a stopat terclub-Chairman Tom Digby.
t the U. S. Forest Service Ex-
ensuing kickoff, but the Rebel
I Shirley Napoli, Mrs. Beulah Davis Misfortune hit the Pirates
'\ Porter & Lovequisl I Miss Geraldine Di Maria, all defense held andV ood puntedover again as Thomas recovered a Pirate periment Station and the Florida Rayonier .Announces
Forests Foundation returnedto
the goal to give Santa Fe they
I [ of Jacksonville, Mrs. Lucille Oh- fumble on the Fernandina
I COLOR CENTER |i uhran of El Puertro, Calif., Mrs. I the ball on their own 20. 28. Thomas raced 24 yards to the I i Lehigh Acres for lunch. The Retirement Nov. 1 '

South 8th St. At 5 1'ointsCooper's Irma Fleenor of Valparisio, Ind.; Santa Fe could not get their Pirate 4, then made 2 before I convention ternoon. adjourned in the af Of Elton KempThe AUTHORIZED .

\ two sons, William and Joseph Di : horses clicking on this series of Blount scored the touchdown'i
plays as Beryl Rice and Mike retirement on November 1, Reconditioned S. .
r { Maria, both of Callahan; a broth Hodge kicked the point
II .t'. er, Ignazio Di Maria of Dearborn,j I Pikula made some fine defensive and the score stood, 33-0. 1 108 Traffic Deaths 1963 of Elton Kemp was announced ': ;
today Ernest P. Davis, Res-
and to the by
plays Hodge punted
Mich.; a sister, Miss Vinzenzio Di i Fernandina had the opportunities -I
I Laundry Maria, living in Italy; 17 grandchildren midfield stripe at which point I to score during the game, ident Manager, Southeast Timber SO DAY-4MO MILE
the Pirates started offensive I Division of Rayonier Incorporated. i NATIONWIDEWARRANTY .
and one greatgrandchild.Active an but the two quick touchdowns byj: Occur In Florida '
'I effort Arnold made 4, Rowe 3 who is :
pallbearers were, Ben- ; the Rebels could have had some I Kemp, 57 years old,
Coin-Operated nett Lewis Rudy Capperelli, Ronnie and Tyson a first down on the : bearing on the outcome. As elected to take early retirement.He Look for this Seal I I REIlANUf.lC1URED'

and Davis, Ray Johnson, Edward Rebel 38 as the first period came I coach, Wayne Benner stated, Durinq SeptemberTALLAHASSEE. has been employed in several( of Quality! I TO FORD! FACTORSPECIFICATIONS/
Laundry Dry i Thompson and Billy Bethea. to an end. I "This is one of those games we different capacities'of the Fer t

CleaningMrs. I Honorary pallbearers were, L. Two passes by Tyson intendedfor would like to forg t." One hun- nandina Division and Southeast ; COME IN OR CALL I NOT JUST REBUILT!'

I J. Murphy, Steve Napoli Elliott Schomas, and runs by Scho. Curtis dred and eight persons died in Timber Division since July 1, S f ONLY GENUINE .
Chip Wood McCorsley, I _
.- Doris Howard, I Jones Adlai Pittman, Joseph mas and Tyson netted only 2 traffic in the state during; the 1943.He 4 fORD PARTS USED
Kirby Hendrix George Sheffield I
: Scussel and Henry Page. yards and Wood punted to the Rice and Rice month of September the Florida plans to make his home in
Manager14th I Rebel 2 yard line where Alan Barry Beryl were I' Highway Patrol said today. Lakeland, Florida with his wife CO. S
fine of the top defensive performers for I LASSERRE r MOTOR'
Cover made a play covering Eleanor. ,
& Hooch StreetsOYSTERS LETTERS TO the ball to put the Rebels the Pirates with Ray Cox, Mike Auto deaths occurred in 36 of
their territory. i Pikula and Alan Cover heading the state's counties! and the traffic YOUR FORD DEALER SINCE 1910
deep into own
THE EDITORNews the list in toll total for the ninth monthof
-- '- their I offensive efforts.
The. "Jackrabbits" saw Dr. J. J. FisherContinued .,
the Pirates will the year was 21 fatalities -
work was cut out for them so Friday night S
LeaderFernandina they went to work. Imler made entertain the Douglas, Georgia II higher than for the same monthone ( from Page One) I

I Beach, Fla. 4, then went for a first down on I football team at eight o'clock'at year earlier. i
Dear Sirs the Rebel 13. Thomas added 4 be- the local park. Coach Benner Fifteen persons died in high countries of the world which request -

On The Half Shell The Booster Band club of our fore Imler went for another first who was obviously displeasedwith I' way accidents in Dade county its help in bringing American I

church would like to take this; down to the Rebel 26. To mix the efforts of his Pirates at during the month and Duval wait medical techniques and I

SURFRESTAURANT opportunity to express our thanksto { things up a little, Blount passedto i Santa Fe, hopes to get them a close second with 13 traffic fatalities skills to their own doctors. In ;

, this paper for publishing our Sandy Leatherwood for a first I ready for the game with the non- recorded. addition to its regular staff the I
church Worship schedule. We down on the Fernandina 37 before I conference team. Extra duty has Other counties in which auto 15,000 ton floating medical center i S.t .

feel like it is a real benefit to Imler and Thomas ran for I: been the byword at Pirate sessions deaths occurred and the total for 'I is augmented by a rotating :'

Across From Ocean Pier your church. another first down on the Pirate ; during the week. each, follow: 'I staff of American doctors, nurses, i .. '

Private Dining Room Foi Thank you again, 19. Blount passed-:: Thomas for I Counties recording only one anesthesiologists, laboratory and

Parties Clubs Etc. Bible Baptist Church the touchdown on the next playto I John Brobston traffic death: Bay, Clay, DeSoto X-ray technicians, who serve I # _
without twomonth'svolunteer
I on a
Booster Band Secretary cap a 98 $ara touchdown Hamilton, _Hendry, ,Indian_ River, pay
I Janice Vaughn march by the Rebels. Hodge miss- Entertains Cub Den Jackson, Lee, Martin, Ukaloosa: basis. :
Dr. Fisher was ij>rn in Pen
ed the extra pbiftv but Fernan- At Weiner Roast St. Johns, Santa Rosa Wakullaand
dina was offside and they made Walton. nsylvania. and attended Prince-I
,i second effort good and the ton University's medical school I
the Den 3 of Cub Scout Pack 350 Two death counties: Brevard, After leaving Princeton in 1912,
20-0 lead. !
Introducing The Famous. Rebels Beryl enjoyed Rice* took a the ensuing was entertained with a weiner Escambia, Leon, Marion, Put he went into naval aviation. He i !Hvi

roast on Friday October 25th, nam, Sarasota and Suwannee. received his medical degree from
kickoff for the Pirates on the by John Brobston on the groundsof Three death counties: Colum- the of He
University Pittsburg. "
Pirate 30 and.,jeturfted to the ;
Wilkinson Sword Fernandina 45, but again the Pirate his home on Clarke's River. bia, Highlands, Sumter and Vol- interned in Pittsbursr and received &MY FUN.... .

offense could not get going Mrs. Phillip Stewart, den moth usia.Four his gynecological and obstetrical I ..- .
thQ'Rebel 33 er, assisted Commander and Mrs. or more traffic deaths, residency training in Baltimore -
and Wood io but. .
. ENGLISH MADE yard line. purterf '1''f *, I Brobston in caring for their son's and the total for each county: Maryland. He has practicin -! ,
Broward four, Hillsborough six,
\ The Fernandina defense put up young guests. Jacksonville since 1953. :
: : : a fight at this point with Barry I The boys cooked their own hot; Nassau four, Orange five Osce- He was the first president of 1 .i'tDON'T

Razor Blades Rice coming through with some : dogs and, interspersed with gamesof ola six, Palm Beach four, Pasco the Jacksonville Obstetrical and i
four, Pinellas four and Polk four. ... _
fine work and Hodge punted to their own choosing, supperwas Gynecological Society, is past 1' a'F "' r

:, the Fernandina 24 yard line. Tyson enjoyed on the front lawn. chapter chairman of the Duval
"THE SMOOTHEST SHAVE OF ALL" tossed to Pikula for 7 yards The lively get-together was attended The primary purpose of a newspaper County Chapter of the National Destroy
is to bring the ;
then passed to Wood for a first by Wyche Bryce, Duff : you news Foundation. ,
down on the Pirate 40. Tyson I i, Cover, Stanley Stewart, Cliff, and enable you to keep that news 1 Dr. Fisher is married to the .1; 4,

: Five Points Hardware tossed again to Wood who raced : White, Chuck Rogers, Freddie with you as long as you wish. former Ellen Ludwig of Pittsburgand i .,. PropertyFLORIDA
: Grocery & I *
all the way to the Rebel S yard Wilson and Bill Miller. they are the proud parents i
' Eight million acres of Florida of five daughters and two sons.
line with Nobles throwing a fine .
: Phone 261-5205 Five Points pineland still needs planting with He is Senior Warden at the PUBLIC UTILITIES : :
block but four straight
,. LI by Tyson, fell incomplete! and passes the Trade At Home seedling trees before it can reach I Church of Our Saviour Episcopal
'full .
production. Church at Mandarin.. -- .


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.. Pa Four Nt\\'*..Leader Feruandlnar Beach; Florida-Thursday/October 31.1963 : --

r. -' !t tBtockrock r :Mrs. Etotal tosifatWimen Presbyterian
:j To Wed November 16 r.tty"aiMs:
!I Churchwomen To
; Wed In St. Michael's CatMic (kvrthI .
'.H --- if St. Peter's CMi
:- : Missionary Society ;' EpisctjMl Workshop
I I Mrs. Joe Stubits i
1 1st ]
Holds Meeting -
; Friday, November 8th is the
The Women of St. Peters Episcopal Decorations- Mrs. Franklin i
Speaker At date set for a United Church Women's -
: The Woman's Missionary So. Church held their quarterlr ones.
., cfety of the Blackrock Baptist I If I Azalea Club Meet meeting in Whitney Hall on Mon Food Tables Mrs. E. V. Gar-' Workshop to be held in the
Fellowship- Hall of the First Presbyterian
Church met rreenly.t day evening, October. 28th, ;witl ia and Mrs* Lin Baughman. :
f trot Frank Bowman '(.+ Ijil.yFryn "Floral Entries" in the Calla- 29 members present. The meetinp Clearing Tables Mrs. Oscar Church.
president vM
t Mr&: K. F.. Gebhardt district
.' opened the meeting with han Fair, was the topic' Mrs. was opened with devotional leiby dome '
prayer and Mrs. Edwin
area chairman
I Joseph Stubits chose for her recent Miss Louise Lasserre. Food and Kitchen -. Mrs. Ar-
Mrs. J. P. Freeman B, of district 1
gave 31,, Whiter president ,
talk to the Azalea Garden Mrs. Joan Lasserre, president. bar Markham and Mrs Howard
devotion and a prayer including: will be guest speakers.
Club. Mrs. Stubits was introduced conducted the business Hammond.
the list of missionaries + 1 ., H c r .
on theOctober Mrs William? F.: Oliver, Jr., of
by Mrs. J. J. G. Cooper. calling on Mrs. Carolyn Yircar- Wrap Silver Mrs Robert
prayer calendar. Evening Circle will be the l local
iY The club's first meeting of the rondo for the reading of the min', \ kin9.
As of the k.eJyt' $ chairman. Efforts will be expended
a part
program : season was held at the home of w utes of the last meeting, wtiicr Clean Up Mrs. George Iear'.
: ava
4k. }
Mrs. Bowman reviewed the book, ... toward establishing a local
Mrs. W. J. Courier Mrs. P. H- : ; were approved, and the treasure Mrs. Brook requests that mem

r "Grace Nurse," by McBride Lila Watson., Missionary I : : X IIIrh Hobein and Mrs. J. L, Armstrongwere &} +v er's report by Mrs. Alice Bodine bra advise her u soon as pas- council

cohostesses.Mrs. Mrs. Lasserre called for committee able: a* toi their food contribution

Members present were: Mrs H. D. Sahlman, president, reports and Mrs. Bobby nd their preference in helping lax Auditorium
Bowman, Mrs. Freeman Mr .1 with
i O'Leary reported on, the nursery: plans.
+ Y ''.<; opened the meeting and led the
hby Turner, Mrs. Clarence Mott, ? 9 4 club x"1 t requesting volunteers during St. Gerard's Chapter served de..

I }:rs. Broward Freeman, Mrs. prayer. church to helo with theinfant to ieious' refreshments of Halloween To Hive Musical

" N Bessie: Jones, Mrs. L. T. Free| l, Members discussed the planting two years of age, advising that cakes, mint;. nut and coffee.
t Mrs. B. A. Mrs. Le of petunias for tHe hospital
man Jolly, one adult would be needed to help
.rauel Peoples, and Mrs. Glenn grounds and a project of memorial CwwdyNov.il16"How
Mott. trees.A one teenager each Sunday.Mrs. Mrs. F. F. Gomes, Jr.

I I Mildred Babb, personnel
The regular monthly business thank you note was readfrom Earns. M.S. DtrHAt
chairman, ,asked the pleasure of To Succeed In Business!
Mrs. Clyde Russell for flow- Mr. and Mrs. Sherman
meeting will be held at the Clyde- "
the Without the fabulous
group;on a special event during Syracuse Really Trying, -
ers sent her in the hospitalThe Fulltfood of Cashen Curve
church November 7.'Pyttiion announce
the Christmas holidays for musical comedy hit which
coming floral show at the the engagement of their I
the young people. After discussionit comes to the Jacksonville Civic
Sisters Give Keystone Hotel to be sponsored i' daughter, Miss Elizabeth Ann was decided that she would approach Auditorium on Monday, November
by the Rose Garden Club was I Fullwood to Thomas H. King the other churches and attempt .I 1 11th for a one-week engagement .

j' 'Hallowe'en, Party 's 4 rM r discussed by Mrs H. J. Scofield. i, son of Mr..and Mrs. Oley 0. King, to plan a community social was the recipient of a number

For Sunshine GirlsThe One member of each Fernandina Sr. for an evening appointed. I' of top prizes during the 19C1-

> 9? Beach club is invited to enter a The wedding will be an evento Mrs. Edna Daugherty. chair-1 62 season when it made its de.

Pythian Sisters of Temple *;,u.t0 ,r,. -',,', :, I Christmas buffet arrangement I j Saturday afternoon, November man for theWomen's Christmas I I but on Broadway.Not .
I "(f It.k: : : *'. Miss Marie Cone won the door I 16,- at four o'clock in the Chester has "How To SucceedIn
honored her only
7 the Sunshine Girls i $. ,., '. : 'w_>Y.. party reported that committee
with a Hallowe'en party Tuesday }: :.L y' :H':;;:w.r.: prize, a lovely plant grown by )( Baptist Church. A reception will had contacted the Surf Restaurant Business Without Really Try
afternoon at the Recreation Cen i Mrs. Courter. Refreshments were I follow in the Conference Room at i, and that plans had been i I Ii ing" proven one of the all-time

' ter. MR. AND MRS. DONALD ADRIAN WEEKS served following the meeting. the Recreation Center.No i made for the party to be held critical successes in the musical

Decorations carried out the! Two guests, Mrs. Stubits, and I invitations are being sent there on Monday,. December 16th comedy field it is only the

Hallowe'en theme and were orange .. Mrs. Valerie Felder, and 14 but all friends of the couple are i at 6:30: P.M Each member is to fifth musical to win the coveted

and black with cats and members attended. invited. bring an exchange' ,gift, wrapped, : r Pulitzer' Prize: accolade in 20
jack'o lanterns. Miss Ruby Juliette Freeman,I Mrs. Freeman greeted guestsin and an unwrapped gift to be sent fF years; it won the New York-

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett a sheath of navy blue satin-back Nassau Mrs.. E. E Boner to the State Mental Hospital. Drama Critics' Circle Award for
The hit of the afternoon County ,
was a 'I
Maxwell Freeman, was united in with
i crepe matching jacket. She Mrs. Lasserreinformed the Best Musical, and garnered sevenTony'r
realistic witch played by Mrs. marriage to Donald Adrian Weeks beige accessories and Home Honored At
wore a corsage Demonstration group that she' has been contactedby (Antoinette Perry) Awards -
Leota Swearingen. at six o'clock Wednesday evening,I of yellow rosebuds.Mrs the Women of the Presbyterian of The American Theatre
The 2G girls played October 23, in St. Michael's Catholic Club MeetsThe Shower.
present Weeks was attired in a Church wh, had invited participation I Wing but it is also proving onexrf
t games and were served refresh. Church. I sheath of the most financially lucrative of all
light wool
green worn I in World Community
Nassau Council of Mrs. E. E. Boner was honored I
" County
menU by their hostesses: .Mrs.\\ The bridegroom's parents are i with American musicals in the unique
matching accessories. Her
\ I Home Demonstration Clubs met with a stork shower Saturday Day for a few minutes of personal
Roscoe Moore, Mrs. R. L. Robinson I Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Weeks of j that to has been
also group now confined
yellow rosebuds. .
corsage was in the conference room at the morning- the ParishHall of the i prayer from 10:00: to 12:00: ,A.M.on
Mrs. Venita Henderson, Mrs.
New London Connecticut. The bride's table was overlaid Recreation Center at 10 Memorial Methodist Church. Friday, November 1st, sponsored to "OkhhomaTr "South
Dean Rizer; Mrs. Betty Jones, The Rev. W. J. Holmes, pastor, with an imported, white cutwork October 25th for the regular a.m.business on- Floral arrangements decked the by The United Church Mrs. Frederic F. Games, Jr.,,, Pacific",. "Mf Fair Lady" and

: Mrs) 'Swearingen, Mrs Andrew officiated at thedouble ring ceremony cloth and centered with a three meeting. halls carrying out the pink and Women. formerly Ruth 'Carpenter, daughter Peuer & Martin' own "Guys and
Allen, and Mrs. Tom Goolsby. of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis 0,'I Dolls.
tier I
wedding cake topped with a Mrs. Cora Johnson council blue color theme. i Mrs. Dorothy Odom reminded
I I Handsome altar arrangements miniature bride and bridegroom. As Mrs. Boner entered the hall, members of the UTO ingatheringon Carpenter recently received her !I II "How To*Succeed In Business

I j : of white chrysanthemums, pompons I Garlands of ivy and white chrysanthemums order.president, called the meeting to she was greeted by "Rockaby I| Sunday November 2nd. Mrs. I Master, of Science Degree from( Without Really Trying" originated -

and greenery provided the I I encircled the cake, Mrs. Carl Baby" from the guests and pre!! Flora Markham gave a most interesting I {the School of Education at Syra-i I; as a nonsense book of adviceI

SPECIALSFrom background for the wedding party.I I flanked with silver candelabra dent of the Quattlebaum Fernandina Beach presi sented with a pink carnation corsage report on the District I cuse University, New York. i i I'i by the same title by exadvertising -

E | Family pews were marked with I I holding lighted white tapers. Club, welcomed the members from by Mrs L K. Nolan. I Ii meeting held at St. Mary's Episcopal -' Mrs. ,Gaines began her degree i executive Shepherd Mead. It

| large white satin bows centered Mrs. Bryant Tucker and Mrs Boulougne, Hilliard, Callahan and Mrs H. C. Hunt led a' game fora I Church in Jacksonville onI when she and her husband were i was adapted as a musical by Abe
i with and the 25th, at which St. Peters was living in Syracuse and where- she Burrows, Jack Weinstock and
Time To Time pompons greenery. i Lonnie Freeman, sister-in-law of Yulee. prize which was won by Mrs. I I
I As the guestsassembled, Mrs. the bride; served cake. Mrs. Char I I Kenneth Forehand. The guests i well represented. taught in the Syracuse city i WillieGilbert with Bob Fosie
We Will Reduce Mrs. Mamie Jones of Callahan 'l schools.. She attended two responsible for the musical
I sum staging
Peyton Bradley, organist rendered les Edwards and Miss Linda Lit composed short notes to Mrs. Mrs. Lasserre read a letteri I
Prices On Many 'i a program of nuptial music. tle, cousin of the bra!. e, presided gave the response. Boner to be opened at a later date. |i from Mrs. Perkins on stewardship mer. sessions there to completethe .. Abe Burrows, who also directed
Mrs. W. H. Flood of Yulee gave and1'Frank
I degree. i Loesser, the
i I Mrs. Charles Hobbs Fennell sang at the silver pundtJlMvl. Mrs.. Tom Goolsby, dressed in and urged the women to demonstrate -
I Items "The Lord's Prayer." I, Miss Charlot en"t\' Barta and the devotional followed on "Christian Gra.titude" the costume of a Negro Mammy,I their faith in the Women's Mrs. Games is now a teacher : composer of music and lyrics,

Martin Porter served as best Miss Shirley Edwards, nieces of by prayer. entered looking for "Miss Vera"to : work by their gifts and of Exceptional Education; she were also happily involved with
Mrs. A. W. Panke thanked the
man and ushers were John Guest the bride the Bride's book. give her a basket of laundry, I service works with intellectually disabled -i producers Cy Feuer and ErnestH.
kept council for sending 2 4-H girls, to I I Martin in the memorable
children at the J. Allen
Look For The"SPECIAL" : and James Horn. which turned out to be a basketof Ax-
slate of officers for the
ATTENDANTSThe After spending some time with camp during the summer. gifts. i j The '' son public scnooi in 'Jacksonville. i I "Guy and Dolls" Mr.. Loeteer
t' I' their guests, they .couple left fora After the business meeting, year 1964 was presented for con I'I ,! has since written the Broadway
bride had as her matron of Refreshments of open faced I She 'is a 1954 graduate of Fer-
I sideration and other nominations ;
cruise to ,Nass&jj. Mrs. Weeks Mrs. Johnson welcomed Mrs. MaryN. : 'musicals I "The Most Happy FeJla -
honor her cousin, Mrs. James sandwiches, miniature doughnuts, 'nandina Beach High School and
I| chose for travel, n" aqua knit Harrison, County Home Demonstration I ':invited by the president. The i iII and "Greenwillow." He composed
i Horn, who a lovely of mixed nuts, coffee and Cokes were received her Bachelor of Science
gown ;
,; Tag For Extra Good wool suit trimmed in satin. j Agent. Mrs. Harrison II slate was unanimously acceptedby 1 I the score of "Where's Char
gold satin. The fitted bodice featured served by the hostesses. degree in 1958 from the University
j I
She wore brown accessories and said she would like the council to the entire group as follows: j ley?", first production by Feuer
neckline and tiny Hostesses for the occasion were: of Tennessee. I
: BuysEXAMPLES I a scoop the white orchid corsage from sponsor the Self Help Medical I[ President Mrs. Betty Gaines; ; II & Martin. Abe Burrows wrote
.i cap sleeves. The bouffant skirt I Mrs. D. 0. Oxley, Mrs. M. D. Dix- I
, her wedding bouquet. completedher Course which was discussed. I|i Vice President Mrs. Carolyn and/or directed F & M's hit mu-
I was enhanced with self bows at on, Mrs.. Herbert Luke,. Mrs.
Vizcarrondo Mrs 7 Date
ensemble. the ; Secretary .
April meeting. sicals "Can-Can" and "Silk Stock
a' Mrs. J. R. Lynn, Mrs.
each side of the waist. She wore Goolsby,
: Treasurer Mrs.
i Upon their return they will A covered dish luncheon was 'i Alice Bodine; !! Set ings., Feuer 'Ii Martin are"1 "alsothe
matching headpiece and ,gold slip Hunt, Mrs. P. R. Entzminger I Hazel Jones.Delegates. District
1\\ pers. Her bouquet was a cascade make their home in Miami. enjoyed at noon. FIrs: Marvin' Jenkins, and Mrs.);. and alternates forthe producers of "The Boy

Porter Cable Saw i of fawny gold Fuji mums inter. Out of town guests. were, Mr. Fair During evaluation the afternoon meeting session was held, a Nolan.. annual Council meeting of the FFWC MeetingThe of Friend Sid,"Caesar's a London last season's importation musical .,
'I I 1 and Mrs. Maurice Weeks Mrs. '
with wood ,
spersed roses. and and ideas Diocese of Florida, to be held in annual District 4 '
suggestions were meetingof "Little Me: which will
Was $87.50 I I go
Bridesmatron Mrs. Ken- Mona Luby, and Robert Weeks, .
t was given to try to improve the Fair Ten Delegates To Jacksonville in January, were i iI the Florida Federation of Wo- !:ion tour with the comedian 'again
New London Connecticut and
neth Blackwelder. Her ,
;; gown for next year. Attend nominated. I man's Clubs will meet November i starred later in the season, and
NOW $6T.25"HotPomt of emerald satin made iden- Mrs. Judy Brussells, Lakeland. District I
: I green The Yulee Club will be hostessfor Mrs. Gaines, president-elect?! 7 at the Sea Turtle estaurant in ,i their jiexi production may be the
I !I tarot to the matron of honor's. She REHEARSAL PARTYMr. the next council meeting in F. F. W. C. MeetThe I asked that the chapters elect their Jacksonville Beach. i i i Lionel Bart London spectacular,

wore a matching headpiece and I and Mrs. Leo Edwards,I January. chairman for 1964 at the November I The Jacksonville Beach Wo- :' "Blitz".
j Dish. i gold slippers. Her bouquet was brother-in-law and : sister of the Fernandina Beach Woman's meeting. She stated the chap man's Club 'will host the I

I I I fawny gold Fuji' mums and wood bride, entertained at'a buffet in I Club will send ten delegates to the ter membership would remain the I The Fernandina' Beach meeting.Club
Mrs. Weeks Is "Teen Club" Holds
washerWas i, roses. I their home at 1820 Ash St., Tuesday -I annual meeting of the District 41|I same unless individual members will send ten delegates. !
TilE BRIDE evening foHowing' wedding'' Honored At F.F.W.C. to be held next Thursday -:: desire a transfer. I i I General MeetingOver
$188.00 The bride, given in marriage by i rehearsal. 'at the Sea Turtle Restaurantin I I I There being no further business

her brother, Leo Charles Freeman Lovely arrangements of fall Bridal ShowerMrs. Jacksonville Beeach. 'the meeting was adjourned arid Teens Dance 100 AttendOver

NOW $149.00 i wore an original gown of flowers were used at vantage I The Jacksonville Beach Woman's I[ the program turned over to Mrs.' At Pirates Inn"A
'I rustling taffeta and Chantilly lace. points throughout the home. Donald Weeks, the former Club will be hostess for the meeting Helen Joyce Brooks, Smorgasbord 100 "Teen Club" members -
The lace bodice was designed with j Miss Ruby Freeman, was recently ; 'chairman, who outlined Smorgasbord attended the highly success
special juke box dance
Sabrina neckline, edged with I During the evening the couple honored with miscellaneous bridal I was ful dance held
I' a I a I plans and announced the following -, Saturday night jn
held "Pirates
recently at Inn. "
All Rubbermaid !
| tiny seed pearls, and long tapered presented their attendants with I shower held at the Recreation I I If one glass sticks in another, committees: the- Recreation Center auditorium -

I Items sleeves ending in lily points at the I appropriate gifts of remembrance. I Center, Mrs. James Horn and Mrs. don't try to force them apart. !\ Tickets Mrs. S. E. Stewartand I Refreshments were provided by I'' .

I wrist. The voluminous skirt of taffeta J Mrs. James Horn assisted the I Tony Sousa were cohostesses.The i Fill the tops glass with cold water, i' Mrs. P. E. Stapleton. I members of the Woman's Club. Entertainment Chairman Bob-
was poised over tiered underskirts hostess in caring for the eighteen refreshment table ii'ii'I i' Punch,- cookies, nuts and mints
;' I was dip the bottom one in hot. They'll Publicity Mrs. Ralph Wood. ; bie Sector q made arrangementsfor
S. 25% OFF forming. hoop, and featured i iI guests. 1 1I centered with a silver punch bowl ,I come apart without strain or Coffee Mrs. F. H. Hobein. were served. I music and the cookies and

a back insert of, Chantillylace I surrounded with ferns and yellow. I I breakage. .'; Serving .Coffee .Mrs: Robert i Mr: Tom Becton, Mr. and Mrs. Cokes were managed by Sherry

made of ruffled tiers' widen- I I Mrs. Moore HostessAt chrysanthemums.Bridal 'I Babb. Winston fieifgnet, Mr". and Mrs. ': Lang, the: refreshment chairman..

Many Kitchen Items I ling into a circular Chapel train. games were played and i I Landowners fn' Florida will Serving Water Mrs. Leo F. Mercury Kavouklis, and Mr. and i' The Woman's Club Youth Committee
Her fingertip veil of sheerest iljlusion Hallowe'en Pa'rtyFor Mrs. Dena Arnold and Mrs. L. E. plant for profit millions of pine Mrs..'Ralph Wood served as chap. ,, provided chaperones: Mr.

25% OFF was in scalloped tiers attached I'' Pythian Sisters Sellers won prizes. I'I seedlings during fall 1963 and I i I May.Desserts Mrs. James. Ellisor. 11 11I aroheS''1 and hosts for the dance. : and Mrs, E. J. Smith, and Mr.

i to a Queen's crown of Mrs Weeks was then presentedwith I winter 1964. and Mrs. James Clark. Approximately 135 'attended. I and Mrs. Fletcher Shurley.

-- i pearls and irrides ents. She carried a shower of gifts. ,
Mrs. Roscoe Moore hostessto
t a cascade of white carnations was Refreshments, consisting of I -
Pythian Sisters of Fernandina StKSfe
j and stephanotis centered with a I punch, bridal cake, nuts and 1
Temple 7 at a Halloween party at
HARDEEBROS.ATLANTIC white orchid her mints were served by the hos
: I home last Friday evening.
following the wed Games, stories and fortune telling
I Approximately 18 attended. DAILY SPECIAL
AVENUE in keeping with Halloween,
\ ding, a reception was held at the I
i .1' Jetty Lodge. were enjoyed during the evening.
Mrs. Leota Swearingen received "Working Together
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.- I the prize for the best costume. I I October ProgramFor

R = Han Theatre I served Pumpkin by the pie hostess and coffee to, Mrs.was R. I' WSCS Meeting

L Robinson, Mrs Tom Goolsby, I '
I "Working Together In Unity"was
Mrs. L. A. Jones, Mrs. Leota

: Phone 2614849{ C. E. Beach, Mgr. Swearingen, Mrs. Ruth Thomas,I the subject of the program CHOKE OF MEAT THREE FRESH VEGETABLES
presented at the October 28 meeting -
jl : SATURDAY.AND SUNDAY MATINEES AT 2:30 Mrs. J. C. Hazelwood, Mrs. Ida !
of the Women's Society of
Youngblood, Mrs. Vernita Hend
, NIGHT SHOWS START 7:30 I Christian Service, held October
erson, Mrs. G" 0. Denham, Mrs.S. .
ONE COMPLETE SHOW 28 in Parish Hall of Memorial ALL HOME COOKED
E W. Sayler, and Mrs. Carrie Tyson : .
Pythian Sisters, and Mrs. Methodist Church. i
FRIDAY AND SATURDAYOne Pearl Arnett and Mrs M. B. Mrs. J. W. Hiers, chairman h

: Brannon, visitors. charge of the program, was as-j

:- Showing Friday 7:30 Saturday 2:30 and 7:30( First sisted Presbyterian by Mrs. H. J. Allison Church,of Mrs. I t Deviled Crabs A Specialty

Mrs. E. P. Fachko
Franklin Jones of St. Peters Episcopal

: "SWORD OF LANCELOT"Cornell Hostess At, WMU Church, and :Mrs. J. B. ,1 .' OUR SECRET RECIPE d I

Thompson, discussing the United '
I 4 : Wilde Technicolor Board MeetingThe Church. ,.'" '

Rev. Nelson Moyer, pastor, announced .
W.M.U. executive board of J .
the church study course, Home Made Chili ,
Friday 9:40 Saturday 4:10 and 9:40 the First Baptist Church met "Our Mission Today," would be ;

I = Wednesday morning in. thehome held soon.Mrs. fs"". -

"CAPTAIN SINBAD" of Mrs .E P. Fachko. I Walter Mierzejewski jjre- v ,

Plans for the coming year were I sided at the business meeting fn fl FAST COURTEOUS SERVKE'

TECHNICOLOR made. They included an interces-, the absence of the president, Mis ,
t' : sary prayer league which will iII B. F. Dickens. It was decided thftt

.. .. meet in the homes of Mrs., J. C.i the WSCS members would dreg
: SUNDAY AND MONDAY II Mottayaw and Mrs J. T. Dunnara I dolls for migrant workers. I

J : Sunday 2:30: and 7:30 Monday ?:30 I next Wednesday at 10:00( : The meeting was closed with 1' Golden Sands Restaurant

The board alao planned a gen. silent prayer for designated missionaries
eral meeting of the Women of the and the benediction led

f ; ::: "GYPSY"Natalie First Baptist Church for Monday I I by Mrs. T. W. Brown. 1 i

-.. Wood Technicolor '. !I evening The nursey in the will Fellowship be open HalL; and "There are two kinds of secrets : On The Oceanfront t. :,. j jA&

, all members are urged to attend : those that are not worth .
: .__ _
I I for Baptist Women's Day of keeping, and those that are too .
The Drive-N will be closed for the winter
Player for Be commemorated good to keep. Jehn W. Moore, ;

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Women Attend xchange Vows in Candlelight Ceremony -News.'Leader Fernandina Beachj Florida-Thursday, October 31-1003 Page-FIt'e.
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Engagement t
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I Mission Workshop I I .. ...,..c.-, II I

The Women of the First Pres- Announced I r r-- -.v' (! (

I byterian Mission Church attended World Y >r4yy I '. r. C
Workshops in Jacksonville : For The Homemaker ,1

I Monday and Friday. Mrs Nor- ,
wood Phelps !
was speaker for the
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f earlier study session and Mrs. "* :Ya1 a By
Chris Matheson president-elect of c

the United Church Women of ,Mrs. Mary N Harrison "* 'I
I ..
Florida reviewed "Christian Issues :

in Southern Asia" on Frida]. r :. a Home Demonstration .

"Teen Club" Dance '. I L_.-__.., .. ,
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p Saturday NightThe x J I 1 : I I I SHOULD YOUR CHILD EARN The real purpeee of theallow.
I 4 c a;xA'
members of the "Teen t | MONEY? ance is to give the youth some'experience ,I
Club" held a general meeting recently < 11 I Earning money may give him a in handHtf men- Of j
at the Recreation Center. 1/' } ....fo !greater sense of freedom and re- course, this means he wiH'ttaVe 1#
t Mike' Fi*Ta. president, conducted :/ j sponsibility. This will be a family 1 mistakes. As the parent yea .wi'l' ij i iI II
i the business meeting. Charles e 1 : decision, but if the work i is with- I probaby! "suffer" with him,bwt.il

I Burns, vice president and mem- 1iJ''t 'n his abilities, and there is still he makes a wrong cfcow *ad 'yfrtt I II I
N bership chairman, gave a reporton 4 :ime for study, play, taking partn become sorry for him aRd. give 1 1I
:, the membership drive. & 4t: ___ ;[ family activities and tasks and I him more money, 700 are-de-fut- t

Motion made and carried: To dj $ school l life, this could be a real! I !ng your purpose. i;
hold a dance in the auditorium xJ learning exuerience. Give the youth guMaaee,...bnt ,
Saturday the 26th to admit those HOW MUCH SHOULD CHILDREN leave the decision-making up ,-to t

*..n membership cards and to :# KNOW ABOUT FAMILY him. t
permit purchase of cards at the i4.01s ; kI FINANCES Don't use the allowance as a ;
door for non-members, to purchasea fr x II Htry. -' With the exception of small spur or dub Withholding allowance s;
juke box to be placed in "Pirates I children, all members should as a. punishment may develop 'I\
Inn." The engagement of Miss Rachel know the amount of the family income in youth an attitude ftat! i

I The members also decided to invite N y Annette Jacobs, to John_ Lively II and have something to say I money .is a powerful amhiinltton j R,
the Sub-teens to make use of J y'l Burgess, son of Mr. and Mrs. .,: :%N : :': ?' +y .r about how it will) be spent. This, I that adults 'use at their ,cpnvn- ;

the newly purchased juke box. Homer Burgess of Cherokee, I : ,# of course, is a family affair and ience. If the allowance is used as ;
: aK r North Carolina is .n4 ?'::A; ,ns: ::.1:a.; \u''; should T
announced this ; youth be cautioned not to ,
In addition to the 75 teens pre- ,. 'd,4 : a disciplinary measure or 'ls'1nr
sent the following members of the week by her mother, Mrs. Laverne 5. $r? i ci discuss this outside the family. creased as a reward you are los '

Woman's Club Youth Committee Jacobs. Deciding together on financial ing sight of the real purpose -
attended; Mrs. Ralph Wood and Miss Jacobs is a graduate ,of expenditures teaches sharing to teach him to use raone 'well! i

Mrs. Winston Beugnet. Also, Fernandina Beach High School, I SANDRA O'NEILL as Hedy the whistle-bait how much it costs to operate a I DO YOU PAY FOR TASKS !
Charles DeSandro of the Recreation Memorial Methodist Church I lace. The fitted bodice of peau de '!I Class of 1963. :i in the Pulitzer prize musical secretary home and why people cannot always DONE AT HOME? ',j .11..
Center was present. provided a lovely setting Thurs- soie was designed with a' pendant Mr. Burgess is a senior at 1 I winning comedy "How To have what they want. Part of the job of a parent'"Ji
II.day evening, October 24, when neckline and long tapered sleeves I Ii Western Carolina College}) at Cul- Succeed In Business Without Really Trying" coming to to help the. youth feel a pant of
YA ConsultantAssistant Miss Hilda Mae Franklin, daughter -!|i ending in lily points at the wrist lowhee North Carolina. the Jacksonville civic auditorium for one week beginning How and what to teach the family. To help do this-youths
i of Mrs. Velma Franklin and':, The overskirt of self material was A December wedding is plan Monday, November lIth.Brooks.Barrow From your homemakerHow need to assume part of the task
State Service Officer i the late Bob Franklin became the caught up in a drape at each side ned. and what to teach children of keeping a family going roak I
Joseph Crawford will be at the of- I: bnde of Edward Wayne Walker of the waistline to reveal a deep Announced about money is a problem parents ;n? beds raking loaves l washing! I,
fice of County Service Officer, I! of Miami. tier of Chantilly lace and a back I Wedding often face. With school, and the dishes, buying groceries, cashing
Thomas G. Hall 11 North 4th The Rev. Nelson Moyer per- insert of ruffled tiers of lace ex- Engaged I holiday seasons coming up, often windows and so forth.If I
Street, 2 to.4 p.m. on Mondav 1 1I formed the double ring ceremonyby tending to the hemline. Her tier- I Mr. and Mrs. Windle G. Brooks Y emphasis is placed on this money you say, "no" you maj :yrant
November 4. j candlelight at seven thirty ed veil of silk illusion was caught announce the marriage of their problem. to make a special effort to see t't'I
i Veterans and their dependents' o'clock. i to a crown of pearls and she car- daughter, Sandra Joyce, to Jame Helping children learn about I that %' vouth can earn ,'soWC
wishing appointment with To Wed is more than just teaching outside the home. I
an I I The bridegroom's parents are ried a cascade arrangement of Reeve' Barrow son of Mrs. Eloise 1 money money i
Crawford may arrange same by Mr. and Mrs. James M. Walkerof white carnations centered with a Barrow and the late Mr. Barrowof them how to make it get them If you say "yes" you may find I
calling Hall at 261-4200. i I'I Orlando. I. white orchid held with white sat Y.. ... what they want. It also has to do the child becoming businesslike,
II in ribbons. Her only ornamentwas Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on with helping them see they are related bargaining for the easiest jobi '
I! Floor baskets holding massive 1 a white gold cross gift of the;' k. March 26. to the world in a particularway. and refusing to work when 'the
arrangements of white chrysanthemums bridegroom.THE. They are given their share price is not attractive. Then"you)
'I OYSTERSCOCKTAIL I gladioli and greenery The bride is a graduate of w* of their world and one tangible I can ,be equally business like and
I were used with branched candel- RECEPTION j Fernandina Beach High School expression of what ,theyJuve and pay only for work well done. *
abra holding lighted Cathedral I! and is presently employed at will ve.i, i is the money they I Some families have adopted tt*'
tapers to provide the altar back Immediately following the cere- handle. the children fcr
policy of paying
i ground for the wedding mony a reception was held in Pa- Steger Drug Co.
SURF i iI party. rish Hall I II One of the first things you I jobs that are not part of tE e rop- j
Lighted tapers in garlands of native I Mr. Barrow, before his recent teach is values '-v by your attitudes tine of keeping the family T'oin. !
greenery were used in the Mrs. Franklin greeted guests in I DO YOU PAY FOR GOOD, ., ,
I discharge after four years' ser- : your examples of spending, ,
RESTAURANT church windows. pale blue brocade ensembleworn C '
I vice with the U. S. Navy, was and your verbal expressions concerning GRADES? ;, I
Ocean I Mrs. L. K. Nolan organist, with royal blue accessories.Her money. '. If you pay for good rad( i,
Across From Pier
aboard the Aircraft
hat blue velvet '
of was matching .x '
provided a program nuptial I VALUES RELATING TO what are you really sa ngj-j-
Private Dining Room For I II music as the guests assembled. with feather accents. A corsageof Carrier Saratoga. MONEY that grades are an end in them
Parties, Clubs, Etc. Claude Haddock, soloist, rendered American Beauty roses completed x Money is for needs which are selves and you lose the opportuh-
The couple is at home to friends
I '
her attire.
"Because and "With This Ring. imperative arid for. luxuries which. ity of helping your child see tbe'i
The traditional wedding marcheswere Mrs. Walker chose for her son's at 12 South 7th Street. bring satisfaction. I real value of learning and acquiring r'!

used. I wedding, a sheath dress of champagne Money is to be spent joyfully,I knowledge. Too youth m )I See TheTORTURE ATTENDANTS I lace worn with green acces-1 Y.s. but also to be 'saved for the fu resort to cheating in order to get
\ good ,grades. -. .
sories. Her shoulder corsage was PERSONA.3LS ture.Money .
t TEST I Mrs. R. Neil Harris was hersister's 'I : ; 1: is for being generous I -
,ATDOWNTOWN I matron of honor. She of Radiance roses. ; t, and sharing with friends, but not For lea-ning badly tarniihe/i

GULF wore a princess dress of cham- The bride's table was overlaid I .- ....... f',', Miss Ruth Bryant returned dinner for those enrolled was for extravagant use. I silver, use a piece of ra''UJ'Htato
: pagne lace designed with short with a candlelight lace cloth over Friday from Atlanta Georgia held Tuesday evening. Money js valued because of I smeared with baking soda. :_ 1
Of AMonarch I Mr. and Mrs. Dave Tapper of t where she visited her sister Miss what it do not
sleeves and a tailored gold satin linen centerwith four can as a thing
4 and a :
,/ .
Fernandina and Mrs Tom .sorenson ;
Beach of
bow at the front waisth'ne. Her announce the Maymee Bryant who has been 1! Mr. itself.) Wise use of money must in-I JAXCIYICAUDITORIUM
Nylon Rug headpiece was a gold\ satin pillbox tier wedding cafe embossed with engagement of their daughter, very ill. Friends of Miss Bryant Wild Rose Wisconsin and Mr. learned. Children learn by doin
Porler & Lovequisl with matching circular veil. She large rosebuds. Adorned with a Dorothy, to SSgtHarold Breid-. will be glad to know that her sis- II i and Mrs. Robert Sorenson and ALLOWANCES TO GIVE OR: J
I carried a massive arm bouquet ofI miniature bride and bridegroom enbach, son of Mr. and Mrs. OttoJ. ter's condition is much improved. I] children of Wautima Wisconsin, NOT TO GI\'E.

COLOR CENTER w I pink carnations interspersed with I standing\ under an ;arch of white ho.. Breidenbach of Cascade, Ida i have visit returned with thojGil.iq their Maddens.homes aftera All parents give their children I Nov. 11 i i Thru16Eves. : I I
Francis Kennon Langford of
gold leaves, tulle and satin rib and the money either as an allowance ,
South 8th St. At 5 Points petals on I
I II Yulee is students from 8:20 Mats. Wed.-Sat 2V3 t
Miss Tapper is presently.em one of 66 I
Ii bons. top tier, the cake was encircledwith Guests last week of the Gil or they dole it out.
i Bridesmaids were Miss Katherine a garland of greenery holding ployed at Eglin Base Exchange, Florida now attending the fall Haddens were Mrs. S. L. Hadden Doling: out does not give youth I' ''THE PULITZER PRIZE MUSICAL :
term at Norman College in Nor- ,
i I Peters and Miss Nettie Peters. white pompons. Ft. Walton Beach. of Live Oakj and, [)Ir. and Mrs. an opportunity to plan wisely and
They wore of olive green Sgt. Breidenbach is serving man Park, Georgia.Mr. it may encourage impulse buying. !' olF.; : I
gowns Miss Margie Brewton served Nick Hartman of Chicago, Ill. .J'}
I "SEE C. B. lace over taffeta with fitted bodice I cake and Miss Debbie Tuibow with the United States Air Force Ralph Wood returned Tuesday > .C" I When parents hand out money for i{ : ..,. !
I and short sleeves. The bouffant poured punch. and is stationed at Eglin. Air from Mobile Alabama wherehe Mrs. J. OU Bennett, Jr. and ,Mr*. each request, this often amounts i 1 I' : ;
'Pete' INGRAM" M MrL ;' skirts were designed with a large I Little Miss Susan Valero, Force Base. attended the funeral of his: L. E. Sellers attended the Presi I to more than an allowance would. I t I I'I ,
pouf of matching taffeta at the I' A November wedding is plannedat sister, Mrs. H. W. Lee. dent's Council -.Tt.esda]- in Jack With an allowance a youth can ,
'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. L.
back waistline. Their headpieces ;' Sheppard Air Force Base sonville at the' home of Mrs. Hay- count on a certain amount of''! .
FOR were of matching green petals Valero of Opa Locka, presentedthe Texas. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Haltiwanger don Burns, Sr., Director of the money for a given period of time. ;
Real Estate I with a circular veil and they car- : guests with miniature rice of Denmark, S. C. were guests of District 4 Florida Federation ofWoman's This makes it possible for him to II /
Life Insurance t tI ried nosegays of yellow carnations' bags of pale green net. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Quattlebaumlast Clubs. plan how much to spend and
outlined with green tulle and I' For their wedding trip, Mrs. Melton Urges week. how much to save. I'
I Retirement Income caught with satin ribbons. I Walker chose a three piece suit of Mrs. Edna Weimer returned recently WHAT AGE TO BEGIN? .
t Health & AccidentHospitalization i j James M. Walker was best man, green jersey worn with black kid II. C. Lang, a staff superin- from a visit with her It would be hard to set a defin- i\
for his son and ushers were Ray I accessories and the orchid from Use of Zip Code"On tendent for Gulf Life Insurance I daughter and her family, The ite time. It is determined by the I .,

A. Cox and Thomas Blackwelder, i' her wedding bouquet. Co., is attending a school in staff Marion Hardees, in Morgan City, interest of the child. For some i 13.Iythfolr
Major Medical I Jacksonville Beach. Upon their return they will be Christmas MailFive management at the company'shome La., and her son Conley Boothe this would be 5, 6, or 7 years. For i : GIiI! It..auDI rI
Disability Monthly Income at home at 16822 N.W. 25th Ave- and his family in New Orleans. others it might be earlier. ....Ieoe..!N1a{ II /
I THE BRIDE nue, Opa Locka. office in Jacksonville this Ii HOW MUCH TO GIVE? -1L''! :GL.t .:mtt
L. L. BOHANNONINSURANCE "Given important numbers can week. Lang is among 34 com- Miss Judy Sheffield was home This will be determined by the &..s #Mpl4tl 1
I in marria 4 by her 'roth 1 Ou ; of town guests wereDr, last, we ,ken from Andre Col- ......,'mr4sII'
prevent your letter, card, or pack Superintendents from Flor of ,the youth the amount, of
pany age
er, Jerry C. Franklin, the stately and Mrs. C. P. Cleveland, Mr. and lege at Cuthbert, Ga. to visit her ; /
bride never lovelier Mrs. Edward Higginbotham Ed- age from arriving at the dead : ida Georgia Alabama and North j responsibility he is able to as- "
I brunette was I 1 mother, Mrs. Lois Sheffield, and SEATS) NOW... .
letter office
Phone 261.5269 :than in her wedding gown of i|: ward Higginbotham, Lemer Parks, at Christmas instead I Carolina, attending. A company i! grandmother, Mrs. Bernice Lowe. sume, and your own financial
\ t} of the intended destination. These AT Al'DITORUMPARK AND HEMMVfJRESERVATION
white peau de sole and Chantilly Mrs. Nancy St. Johns and Mrs.
-_-- numbers comprise the post of- He will need enough to meet TT>JET: !
--- ---- I Agnes Story, all of Jacksonville, I
II I and Mrs. H. L. Valero and daughter fice's newly adopted "zip code." Pvt. Jerry Greeson Advertising: in newspapers is his needs (together you can decide f' ACCEPTED. PH. 3H2M12:093:04M095U'
j As what needs will be met with )loD. thru Thars.FrL : ><)
Susan, Opa Locka. W. H. Melton i Aircraft news. It is Information about
said, "Even if the entire written Completes merchandise the allowance), a little to satisfyhis : and Sat 2.SIU".oa.St50Weel. ;
; CONVENIENT LAY-AWAY PLAN f services or ideas | .\-.. ;50.4:00
address were destroyed, or made Maintenance CourseFORT personal needs, a little to [ .
Thanks Extended and inventions of people who i Sat. mattna *' 2.00.3.l0.4jU of.5OO;
ilegible, the 'zip code' numbers pay share with family and friends
I TOLLY COURSON OWNER To Participants In would be enough to return: the I RUCKER, ALA. (AH- to have such news, published so and some to save. With dtfs, Eneloi *fc8.. I parcel to its sender." TNC) -Army Pvt. Thomas J. that the customer "may know." HOW MUCH GUIDANCE IN dressed Stamped Envelope ,Jo Cijic
Fair Flower ShowMrs. "Zip code" said Melton "can t SPENDING? I Auditorium, Jacksonville i
: Greeson, son of Mr. and Mrs.'
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OF ,I make delivery safer and quicker Thomas J. Greeson; 38 S. 15th I ----- -- -- ----- ......_
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I Hal Lucas, Garden Club for packages and post cards." I St., completed a five-week basic j .
Hardware president and Mrs. Bessie Mizell, The first number of the Fer- aircraft maintenance course ati,I
Five Points Grocery & Fair Garden Club chairman this I ,
nandina Beach "zip code" from I The Aviation Center, Fort Ruc-
week asked that the News Leader left to right is 3. This 3 indicates I ker, Ala., Oct. 11. t
SAYS THAT .I extend their recognition to all the to post office clerks the region. THIS{ HOLIDgX ,
ladies who participated in the recent The next number is 2 designating -I During the course Greeson re- ..
North Florida Fair at Calla-)) the particular area. The zero''I ceived instruction in the opera- .
Will han and their appreciation to in our case is for the sectional l!i tion of airfields and in the serv- DRIVER .. .
'f $ Lay-Away F each for the diligent effort and center. The last two numbers, 3' icing and maintenance of fixed chances .j
cooperation to make the flower and 4 are Fernandina Beach's post and rotary wing aircraft. faking .
Until Christmas show and garden area successful .
office number. Our number thenis
He entered the Army last June .
show. on dangerousHowaboutYOO
\ 32031. and completed basic .
training at
Any Small I A special thajala $&rn to Mrs. Five digits can, in the hands I Fort Jackson, S. C. ..
Carl Quattleba nP "?Atig Joseph of an experienced derk, speed .....I ,
Stubits Mrs. Evert Elvin and mail delivery and reduce ,the The 18-year-old soldier is a ,
General Electric Appliances Mrs. A. W. hmke of Fernandina number of necessary handlings.In 1963 graduate of Fernandina .,
Beach; Mrs. Mabel Mathias and Melton's opinion the "zip High School ;.;.,:
ALSO MANY OTHER BRANDS TO Mr. and Mrs. Eskridge of Billiard code" is the "beginning 'of the ,
for their efforts in adding to the t j machine age in the post office. ,

I CHOOSE FROM ,success of the j a rdjjn*. isplay. For quicker, safer mail delivery Trade At Home } .W. ,%:., ':'.", . V,, .
Mrs. Bessie yfS a lf was award learn your "zip code" and !
I Portable Mixer With Knife Sharpener 'ed tri-color for the best arrangement use it. ? .. .

Mrs. W. J. Courter of Fer- :
f t Steam Irons t Power Tools I.nandina Beach*oi ri| bronze rib- I ..

Vacuum Cleaners Floor Polishers bon for, and the arrangement a blue ribbon.of Pine distinction ASKINSLAUNDROMAT ;f .

j Forest received tri-color for a I :
Corning -' -
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I &-HELP SMOKE Our Customers Lasserre Motor CO I i

Five Points Grocery & Hardware BEAR PREVENT ,I

, i I Ii FOREST FIRESIN KEEP o. Mrs. Kathryn AbelsAttendant ,I Your Ford Dealer Since 1910 'I

Phone 261-5205 Five Points f&' FROM IETWEEN .
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rage Six News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursday, October 31, 1963High r
23 governors: visited Argentina

I w'::\ r { <. ; "":':' ,." '. '- I ACapitol and made glorious promises of
i School i j jjll 'what they would do to cooperatewith
f that
f I. Letter South American government
f, Argentina, the report
:. BY NED TYSON goes, has not heard one more
+y rA II BY JERRY MOCK '!word from any of the 23 gover'nors. -
\ Hello, band will also travel to Live Oak /II I 1I Wonder who paid for that
I The unpredictable Pirates lost for the Pirates' last game of the Tallahassee Has political trip? Similar charges: have been
If I to Sante Fe Friday night the
season. sentiment changed drastically in made by other countries about
score of: 33-7. Sante Fe jumped All in all, the past week at ': Florida in recent months? Florida officials. We may have
ah) early lead and the Pirates F.B.II.s. has been relatively un- .j a. Some feel it has. A junior col- more on that later
were never able to overcome it. I eventful lege in Northwest Florida
; although, some headwayis Ja a : certainly -
the Pirates are a good example I being made in the preparationsfor is not indicative of the
if the quotation Homecoming on November 15. I state. But polls made last spring "The polite, man of today is
'''You are a dif- See you next week. and this fall show such a drastic one who offers a lady a seat as
<$ 'erent tea mVeryweek" i I't change in sentiment that they he gets off the train." JohnMaverick

; I appear worthy of note. Cherryvale (Kans.) Re

.I_ .: : ilaybe this week Jr. Hi-Elementary 4 hj : > I Larry Nichols in the Gulf : publican.

_;,, hey will once :I At tkw Coast Junior College paper (Pan
:, :gain prove the LUNCHROOM I MENUS ama City) wrote that a poll of
i'uote true by I Ir. Nov. 4-8 Wt'L
I 180 students last spring gave
r v tomping Doug.1 I Monday Meat loaf wbrown MISS PATTY CLARK is one of eight coeds at Valdosta New York Gov. Nelson Rockefeller

:0''z is.School I gravy, mashed potatoes, pickled State College who have been elected 1963-1964 Rebel A stirring scene from the movie "Sword of Lancelot," I 38 per cent of the total, Ari- JOHNSON'SWAXES

r. ""on ,A 7 was period I' beets, buttered corn, rol's'! and but Cheerleaders. They were chosen from more than 30 who, which may be seen at the Han Theatre Friday; ,and Satur- bona Sen. Barry Goldwater 35
and Gov.
day Friday and Monday. Clubs I' ter, % orange, % pint milk. tried out for the squad. Patty is pictured front row Jefl day. ; i per George cent Rommey, 22 Michigan per cent. ETC.AT

I were held in the extra period Fri Tuesday Baked turkey w/ with, Gerri Amon, Andy Shenton, Lucille Dawson, Susan TTi; This fall a similar poll of 120 .

day, and on Monday the extra dressing, giblet gravy, buttered Hudgens, Dee Robinson, Peachy Daniel and Mary Lou Just Ramblin'Continued '' .- students gave Rockefeller 20 percent
period "was devoted to class meet. !I II I broccoli, carrot strips, rolls and i Rollings. Patty is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. p'i.trIE Goldwater 70 per cent and A PRICE AS GOOD

I ings. ? ; :.I I butter, cake pineapple topping, i Clark of this city.Junior. Rommey 10 per cent. AS ANYWHERE
The B team hag J'J": its ( From One
,: lad Page ) In the spring President JohnF.
;4 pint milk.Wednesday.
itarejtf the hard luuUjSit Tuesday 62 of
Kennedy polled cent
I Pizza pie, tossed this week which unfortunatelywas I per IS FREE
night they journeyed to Bald- HighLightsBY LHI the votes as opposed to Gold
win only to be confronted with a salad, snap beans, French Bread, only signed with initials and, I water's 38 per cent. This fall
and chocolate cookie since it is our policy to only print \
1 (,6 defeat. This Tuesday night butter, chip i, Goldwater received 75 cent
f was not their nighteither.'They I % apple, l/z pint milk. CAROLYN BREEDEN letters, that are signed fully, this I II I to 25 per cent for Kennedy.One per Hardee Bros.
letter be '
will not carried writ-
\ coffered a 39-6 defeat at the : Thursday Hot dogs / buns, Hi! I as A Service of Your Doctor of Medicine.
that makes the
in 32-0 battle thing poll
a ten. I .sympathize, however, with Your Medical and the
hands of Starkee'd team. baked beans, cole slaw, peach cobbler I Local Society
: .
I Scoring'was the civic and beauty-minded lady Florida Medical A !tOC'atioD" unusually interesting is that Atlantic Avc.
The Fernandina .Beach: High lk pint milk. The Junior High Pirates played done by Lee God. I I who sent it in to the News-Leader. I "HOME SWEET HOME"Home Panama City is in the heart of a

School Band made its first road Friday Fish sticks (Tartar their second game against St. win, Steve. Solos Her..cpmplaint was that Fort San Sweet Home, that sup normally Democratic area (However Harry Poole, Mgr
( trip of the season Friday night Sauce), parsley potatoes, frozen I Mary's, Monday afternoon. The mon, Joey Snead, Carlos J.is now unsightly in that posed pillar of sanctuary, is the ,I Goldwater is believed to
and entertained the crowd with rolls and butter fresh site of more injuries each year
avery green peas : e and Ricky O.li- I there are large ''piles of sand and than nation's have a sizeable following among
good half time .show. The fruit salad milk. I Pirates the our highways.On
% pint "stomped"
.. -- p ver. rubbish and. that weeds have been the average, about 26,000 I the college crowd.)
-- --- --- ---- ----- --
The Pirates' allowed to grow. On the other Americans i are accidentally I Here are some other results of \

(J played against hand, also, I am in sympathy with killed in their homes each year I Nichols' poll: I
!f; H".r-t'' s Eg! r. "?', u 4 .tt? and four million are injure I of invasionof
j ;o : ..I J x ftv&V1, r" this at. those who have promoted the arch- On the question an
.. <
.M.: / t : I Most of these injuries and
: 7L'-ternoon. Team Cuba by the U. S., "CO cent t
'f : : aeological ging at the site of deaths occur through falls-par. per I
: spirit was good. I the ancient fort and the plans for ticularly among older people.Of I last spring and 66 per cent this MONEYONYOUR
j' DOES yow kp I support your team! the eventual restoration. No doubta the 11,800 persons who died I fall opposed the idea. The same .
t t I The cheerleaders would like to happy medium can be achieved from falls in their homes in I percentage both times, 61 per
; 1961, 10,100 were over 64. cent, opposed allowing Cuban refugees -
STUTTER, thank Louis Ferreira and the until the project is completed.
i For the most these falls
ENGINE I Florida National Bank for their a older part to raid Cuba. Those who

I FALTER, new megaphones and Tom Askinsfor I had, a note and an invitation among floor level -people not from occur high at opposed the recent U. S. Su- I Si
JERK, II painting them. this week from John McLeod of places such as a ladder or roof. preme Court ruling against pray OWN
? MOTOR :: See you soon! the Brumos Porsche in And in general they are easily er in public schools increased
OR STALL i agency preventable. When you can I from 51 per cent in the spring to
Jacksonville this week and he
reminded -
answer yes to the following 86 per cent this fall. The per- i TERMS
me of the Sportsman'sGrand questions, then have the i
you set
*v A MARINA LOGBoats medicare remained
centage on
GET rri
TUNE-UP ; Prix on Saturday and Sun pattern for safety-proofing your
about the 48 for and 52 t
j day at Herlong Airport in that home against accidents of the against. same
city. Fernandina Beach pioneered aging.
'I fi Do you have scatter rugs- \/
in Northeast
sports car racing those bright and cheerful magic South Americans reportedly
i Only ///LJ- / Florida and John was a big helpto carpets of death-fastened
I securely have complained that visiting
the local Jaycees in their first or provided with non- i Nothing Could Be
d and succeeding Golden Crown skid backing?' ( American dignitaries have been
Prix's, It would be a nice gestureof Do you have handrails of a 'long on promises and short on I More Convenient
; UA
-. 66 _..,;, local sports car racing fans, all proper stairways height and and strength and on : performance. The report is thati
steps by
....c:. .. and especially Jaycees to help the bathtub and commode? i I wmmm mmmmf tm m mfmm mm Whether you need a few
I ..,,. 1k l tl,1 d ;Y-- make this new race a success. The Do you have for yourself or IIF YOU HAVE A CHILD YOU'RE !! dollars' 6ra sizable loan,
more that become interested' in for visiting old people
six a com it to deal where
any J RICH ENOUGH TO NEED A pays you
fortable, safe, stable chair
docking at the new City I tPis'type racing the bigger will with
cylinder car sturdy arms that can support get every advantage.
Marina during the past week were I grow the local race. FAMILY
the of
I as follows, with the of I II a person pushing Under our plan every
I any eight ) name the himself to his feet?
888 cylinder car_ I owner, his address and the length i Ever wonder how much you Do you have a light switch SECURITYHECK thing is custom-tailored
of boat listed in that sequence. dream? Latest scientific report is by the bed and flashlights at all C -UP to suit you and your
Parts extra if needed ,s I Amaryllis, Amaryllis, Inc., New that 20$ of a normal night's needed areas; and are your pocketbook.
I : .! is dreaming. They lights bright enough to compensate t What it is and What it Does for
York, New York, 53 feet. sleeping spent for the dimmer visionof You:
Ten Bob, Wayne Shear, Annapolis jay this time is divided into five older eyes?
''.,.. r six dreams, with the final one 1. You check the facts: your
Maryland, 23 feet. ; fr Do you know, and if so, do ,
Social Life insurance
e Imp, F. IL Perkins, Savannah, lasting as long as 45 minutes. you make use of the knowledge Security, your -
WE and other
DO ALL THIS J pensions, savings
there is still to that older people should sit
Georgia, 24 feet. *** sorry, no way a assets. NO ADVANCE
moment on thg>dge of the bed
choose You'll still haveto
Elaned II, Charles, Mills, Nana.' your before arising; that they should 2. You weigh your responsibilities NOTICE REQUIRED
quan, New Hampshire, 27 feet. take potluck. stand still an instant after com : mortgage or rent, education, ...
0 Clean and adjust 0 Check coil and .: Carolaza, J. W. Noble, Easton. ing to their feet to prevent any emergencies, retirement.

) Maryland, 36 feet Man was primarily an outdoor accidents from possible dizziness 3. You learn where you stand.

spark plugs condenser irr' Ontre, Mer, Ben Jamin, New creature. The old instincts still *,Do? know that clean 4. You plan for the future. LOANS UP TO $600
York New York 106 out occasionally today. Like you a ,
feet. crop
orderly house free
as as possible O.A.C.PINANCE
; Q Clean and 0 Check generator Sandra Too, Ken Thprnhill, when be hires someone to mow of things to trip over, makes .-
:1 East Marion, New York, 47 feet. the 'l lawn so that he can. play golf for the safest home for peopleof MIKE

set points and voltage t: Toby, Ted Sotthelf, New ,York, for. exercise. all ages? '
.. j New York, 55 feet. -:( wk. c. FIALA

1! Set timing regulator Ai, i I ITa-He, II. Hurfel, Jr., Trenton, Here's a gem I noted in ,the y. CORPORATION
I New Jersey, 70 feet. : American Medical Association: Phone 2615329Fernandina 308 Atlantic Avenue

Sea Dee, William B. QHscom, News; ,Ulcers are the result of cian who was warned that "you Beach Fernandina Beach, Florida
( 0 Adjust carburetor Check battery. .: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, S3 mountain-climbing over mole hills. can't fool all the people all of the Telephone 261-3681

1> f't'7"'T' ," 'I' ; ;:r saRt'......' r. :(T.4ycey, ,>. Ax.It feet. I '* time". His retort, "just a simple Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. ALSO FIVE OFFICES IN JACXSONVIUC
N Hel-Dan, D. J. Duval, Myrtle.' I And then there was the polite majority will do." New York 10, N. Y.
-f- Beach, South Carolina,. 65 feet -. .- -- -- -- ----- --

I I La Petenera, M. Norman, Jekyll. I II
r .r Island, Georgia, 26 feet.

\ Resartor, V. Burns, New York,
New York, 40 feet. I I

; % f fr ft I'' Taurus, lf. T. Youngrew, An !
k i napolis, Maryland, 52 feet. j
I I Gee Jay, E. L Jacobs, Norfolk,!
Viir inia. 30 feet.
I j
I. M. Forsail, N. E. Yacht Sales, to
t's I North East, Maryland, 40 feet.
> : Skilligalee, R. P. Barnach, Bay 0
qtj Shore, New Jersey, 50 feet. ;

w I Ju-De-Le II, T. W. Petwon,
I Cedar Point, Ohio, 50 feet.
Onika, Benson Ford, Grose
j I Point, Michigan, 60 feet. '1

Arcadia V, Max D. Weiss, Rochester -
: New York, 50 feet.
.! Flavo, C. H. Walker, Chicago. 7UU 1Ilfff1
Illinois, 52 feet.
as telton.Maniton Indiana, W., W.32 Baundy feet. Chas- :: / j : .S\

Penn Air III, B. Oastey Wild. .
A wood, New Jersey, 34 feet. : : o 0'v
I Carol Jack, Karl Wilson, Wild. :: :::

wood, New Jersey, 36 feet. ,
Carami, C. T. Saoch, George-
town, Maryland 32 feet.
I I The Harem, H. Harris, Jersey
; ,tfont NEW TREADS City, New Jersey, 37 feet.

I Laurie-Nan, M. Baroff, West mss'D'L
I I g- \. APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES Orange, New Jersey, 40 feet. j

WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE Nancy IV, R. Smith, Falmouth, ::r ra
Virginia, 41 feet. I
: Narrow or Wide Design, Deni John II, C. D. Harrington,

Tubeless I or Tube-type Annapolis, Maryland, 35 feet.
., Dream, J. Laim, Baltimore, LY S\T J
Maryland, 37 feet. _
Our New Treads, identified by Medallion sad shop jnark: art Southwind II, Sam Merando,

GUARANTEED Shady Side, Maryland, 41 feet.
1. Afilut! Jtftctt la workmanship tad material during lift of twtt
2. AnlaU' normal road hazards exetpt npainbl puactara) racoua* 4949 Sea Queen, Peter Lane Brielle,
tent la cvtrjday paucnxer car VM for U month New Jersey, 40 feet. '
at Replacement time ot adjutant prorated w trod war uA bucd ra lilt !rIca fairest Southern Trail, Mrs. Theresa Since Grandma's: DyT.; Ranges have come a long, long way.

Castro, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, .
Plus tax and 4 trade-In tires d '\i
93 feet. .
j r.
!I Anytime, Ken Daly, Yarmouth rI '. "' In the evolution of'the.r, m j. electricity has proven to be the best way to cook.... To.
FREE CAR SAFETY CHECK I Port, Maine 37 feet. -.1 day's modern flameless electric ranges cork; cleaner, cooler and better than any other

!! Souriis III, Mrs. M. McCusree, ,' type devised. And for pure convenience you just can't beat an automatic electric

I Boston, Mass, 68 feet. ', f.. range. Think you can just slip a meal into the oven set it and forget
i Beau Geste, W. G. Connell, Redj it. And your local electric appliance dealers have some real I bargains on Modern
!j Baly, 83 feet.Nautical Jf ,
I Electric Ranges.Florida. -, \
] Charts now for salejft ., JiI'
1 fimtonc BEACH SUPPLY i Dock Masters Office at Fernan-

< dina Beach Marina. -t: "
: '

t J?1 j Carolina Small, 50c Craft each.to Miami Outside charts Inlet from charts Waterway North from- Public/ (Utilities/ / / Co.

118 Atlantic Avenue Phone 261-4482 Tybes Island to St. Augustine,

j $1.00 each. See the Dock Masterat ". ..- -,
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.. ..' .. .... .'. 'News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursday October 31, 1963 Page Seven


Sports Slants/ ACTIVEIJJSTJ.Y rNI6Hr ;.. CityBowling I Pirate 'W Team Junior-Hi Pirates

si DEN OP IN C'G' ., N
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BY CURT GORDON HOLLOWTKEE$ OR LOGS .' 30 LeagueBY !, Takes 39-7 Loss Trim St. Marys\

ROCflI'CEplt'FS INCJlE5 1 HENRY ELLIS, JR. From Starke HereBY I By Score of 32-0
The Pirates really took a shel- of Buck Bibb in quick fashion OK. UNDERGROUtJDW Week of 10-23-63 I
.. WEI6Hr .
lacking down at Sante Fe last -. Total 1(
:Friday night. The fans didn't saved eu ROW TO Team Standings W L Pins i j CURT GORDONThe The Fernandina Beach Junior-

:have a chance to get settled good tl BYDAV. 15tas .Morris and Payne Body Shop Starke B team used long High Pirates defeated the 81Mary's
before the Rebels had scored 'IN I 20 8 19455 I Cyclones at St.- Marv'aMonday
Fishing is getting'to be greatin 1 runs to hand the Fernandina B '
and not being 'satisfied with the this area. It seems as though TflE No. 4 17 11 19329 I team a 39-7 trouncing here Tues- afternoon in an exciting

first quick score, they had to'' everyone that goes brings backa FOUND THRUOUT FLORID 4 KEYS Beach Bar UH 1312 16691 day night with the first score 32-0 battle.
come straight back with Imler nice catch. Curtis Smith caught /ffJWEt SWAMPS LAKE r 5 Hadden Lanes 12 16 194S9 coming early in the opening period Lee Godwin ran 45 yaftfc for fr

,racing 70 yards for another!I a 40 pound bass fishing in the 5HOBE TIMBER.MAN6KOVE !85' Becker's Drugs 11 17 19297 after two touchdowns had I', touchdown in the sec quarter
while Steve Soteraoe, Sntad,
touchdown to put the Rebels a- surf last Sunday afternoon. Mrs. K.A.C. 9'i 184 19463 been called back because of Jeff
head, 13-0, nnd.only 5 minutes Osborne brought in another about SWAMPS,PINE LANDS live t High Team, 3-Games alties. pen-I and Ricky Oliver, (two) pack the ,

used in the first quarter. the same size while fishing off I' OAK}ltfMM C ,FIELDS, Morris and Payne 2763 other four scores. _
*' the beach so if you like to fishit t. GCRU AREAS 6.JTHE KEYS 4'J rf( Beach Bar 2741 The first Starke score was setup I Chaporone for the occasion'
I 1 I by a punt with the ball going i Coach Pi horiui.i. The
I EATS A was <<
FROGS 8/RDS No. 4 2739
Coach seems to be the time to try .
Benner was probably out of bounds the Fernandina j
f 1. on cheer leaders and their sponsor..
the unhappiest man in the city your luck.Porter's. ROfE NTSf6GS ......J,; Hadden High, Ind. Games 25 and Starke going straight '!Miss Carpenter, aeeontfd)wd, theI
:and when he received the film of !| xlz4RP5cgAW- 1 Roger 669 down the field for the score. They I team on the trip. .

'the 'game we would venture to i Fish Camp reportedsome / rt6ERR//s INSECTS M y Cecil John Hodge 618 failed to make the extra point I I a

say that he wad actually "mad",I fine catches this week. GREEN CORN t USUALLY WASHES Bamiak 605 The second touchdown came oni!'i

especially, after viewing the ef.l! Fred Murray and Vernon Williams ITS FOOD CAREFULLY BEFORE High, Team Game a 75 yard run and the third came ': Danny Fullwoad, Jim YogRg, Jim
Morris and Purgeson, David Orteco,. Tommy
" forts put forth by some of i brought in 75 trout and 3 EATING, WHEtJ NEAR WATER Payne 964Becker's on a scoring play covering 75 (j
Parker Tilnwn, Ronnie
players. We bet some wish film red bass, then on another trip Drugs 952 i yards with Harper going 55 after j
Moore, Steve Befiife, Strick-
: Beach Bar Bug
had been invented because 947
never Murray and his father brought in I taking a pass from McCloud.'
F. Ii \
.Coach has been, eeping them on and 2 bass. C. High, Ind. Game i Fernandina scored !; laRd, Wayne Rowland,* Ronnie
70 trout, 8 drum when Harry 1
vlIowl Jo TRACKS ARE Hadden j Oliver, J. P. Allen, David Iohnsoif,
U Roger 243
the field late that !
! practice so I A. Herring and Woody Mathis Mills took a Starke kickoff on1!
the sand gnats'were even gettingthe caught 85 trout, 8 drum and 15 / OFTEti FOUNP! Stanley Bohannon 229 i I the Fernandina 20 and returned'' Granville Burgess, Billy J3o/ett: <*,

best of the players.. II bass. Dr. Brown of Blackshear, f # THE MUD OK WET John Barniak 229 to the 42. Chuck Howard ran fora Frank Bobby Snyder Johnson, and Steve Bill Carver Miller

Georgia caught 20 sheephead and LPIIcV' 5ANPATTHE WATERS EDGE High Average Bowlers first down on the Starke 34, i were the Pirate B team playeriV -,

Buck Bibb, Junior Pirate half. 5 drum and these were just a few w Roger Hadden 183 then Granville Burgess ran for. --- -- .---- ..
:bacK, broke his arm in the Sante of the fine catches brought John Beckett 176 I another to the Starke 24. Howard !

Fe game on next to the last playof through P.or er's last week. Troutare FLORIDA GAME ANP FRESH aSportsman's Ftftf ,COMMISSION Stanley Bohannon 174 I I gained 2, then Frank Fiala'

the game. Buck jumped up being caught on live shrimp. Cecil Hodge 173 i'I added 4 before Howard blasted I n .i Driilic LuAiJ

with an opponent to knock down Kleber Skidmore 172 through center for the touchdown.j ,.
I I HANDICAP LEAGUE Burgess added the extra point .c.--..
a pass and had to leave the game. The Fernandina Beach Band I Ii -
with a broken arm. made the trip to Santa Fe with i Grand I II I Local Pro PlaysIn Teams: and Pirates.that was the scoring for the I
ft the team last Friday night and i Single
FOLLOW THRU I K.A.C. 878 Starke scored again on a 74
as usual put on a fine half-time '
"Doc"White is familiar
a per Prix In Jacksonville IIDCP SingleNo. yard touchdown run, another by
show. The Band scheduled State PGA I
son around the Pirate bench. Doc was i I ..
I ; 4 1036 Harper for 20 yards and the final I j
Fernandina to make two trips out of town
to game I '
goes every
and the boys really appreciate during the season but weather ; November '2 and 3 : v Individuals: was Chuck a 61 yard Howard run by Harper.Mills I j i
,having him along. He took care I'has! caused delay in going to Cooper Is WinnerEd High Average Scratch Harry I I

-,...-....---.-- 1: games out of the city If they|1 i Roger Hadden 183 I I It"I
make another trip with the team i JACKSONVILLE, FLA. OCT t\ Mattson, head pro at the High Scratch Single i 1 James Lynn 689 f
!: it will have to be Live Oak since 128 -, Jacksonville will see itsj I I i i Fernandina Beach Golf Course,I 1 Carl Green 231 2 Gilbert Hadden 678 I

OYSTERSFRIED that is the only other game the first sports car race when the returned'' Sunday night after play. 2 Cecil Hodge 230 3 Tommy Tilman 675
: 3 Johnnie
'Pirates will play away from I Sportsman's Grand Prix is held' I ing in the Florida PGA Golf Tournanrejit -I 216 I
home. We have three games at at Herlong Airport here on November I a F I II II in Naples. 1 High HDCP(Grider Single I
i home before closing the season I 2 and 3. I Buddy 254
Mattson said that the field was I 2 Nathan Pope 253 See The
SURFRESTAURANT at Live Oak. j The event, will l consist of a total the largest in the history of the 3 Larry Flint 246 .

of eight races, three to be event and that probably the golf Scratch Triple I TORTURE TEST "What kind of'bait
Golf is a way of relaxing when I held Saturday afternoon and I I was of the highest caliber. seen Morris and Payne 2551 ATDOWNTOWN using?"art you
you are too tired to mow the to date. I
five'on HDCP
Sunday Sanctioned b Triple
Across From Ocean Pier lawn. I the Sports Car Club}) of America, Pete Cooper, a local favorite Becker's Drugs 2925
i Of A
Private Dining Room For i| national governing body for amateur after winning the Fernandina High Average HDCP sFLORIDA'S
i The Junior High football team j sports car races held in the I FBWGA Championshi:, Beach $5000 Invitational in 19C2,I John Beckett 192 Monarch Nylon Rug
Parties, Clubs, Etc. captured a 32-0 victory over St. j JU. S., the event is being spon- i tournament is jn the second week.! literally burned up the Beach'Club I Stanley Bohannon 192

Mary's, Tuesday; afternoon on I sponsored by the Sportsman's 'with some first: round matches 'Course in the final round to High Scratch Triple. : Porler & Lovequist OLDEST
I their field. Lee Godwin, Ricky i Club of Jacksonville. Proceeds I still not played due to the hurricane -I cop his second title in the nine 1 Roger Hadden 627 AND MOST HISTORIC

Oliver, Stewart Pikula and Steve |will go to a local charity, the I last week, Wednesday and I i year history of the event. 2 John Beckett 616 I! COLOR CENTER

ASKINSLAUNDROMAT Solomon scored touchdowns for j"Dollars for Scholars" fund.I. I I Thursday. In the Championship i Cooper and J. C. Goosie of lar- 3 Kleber Skidmore 587 South 8th St, At 5 PointsI

the Junior team. Thursday night I 'Both production 'and modified Flight Mrs. Rudy York nosed out I go, also a favorite here both yearsof High HDCP Triple I I
i Mrs. Edison Casey. Mrs. L. C. .
they will play Callahan here at -
sports cars of a wide variety of the local event, were dead even I
seven-thirty. makes and models will compete I)Shave defeated Mrs. Tom Lannon', going into the final round of the :
15-4. Mrs. J. W. Hiers !
I t? in these races, with trophies to'' defaulted 'I 72-hole event. Both were 9 under j
B took it to Mrs. Ed. and Mrs. |
The Fernandina team I Beach -
be awarded in all
I classes. par at that point in the tourney.
FREE COFFEEFor on the chin Tuesday night when I Bryce defaulted to Mrs. Ciin-J I
j i Starke brought 16 players here to I Concurrent ,with Jacksonville's I ton Herring. According to a news release Do Your Brakes
first sports car races will be a I from Naples, Cooper unleashed the i
Our Customers hand the B Pirates a 39-7 loss. Championship Flight Consolation
special air show with stunt hottest the had I
Four of the sue touchdowns made i fly.:.winner will be determined when I II putter course ever { Grab? Squeal?
'!ing, parachute drops, and other, seen to fire a sizzling 63, nine:' t'
Mrs. Kathryn AbelsAttendant by Starke were runs of over 60 Mrs. .
I Casey tangles with Mrs. Lan
flying events to be. staged between .I strokes under par. The sensation I Pull t9.Le'lt or Right?
I non. .
= ( rates .I t al ,round gave him a 10-stroke''
515 South Eighth Street I Turning to the First Flight activities win over Goosie, who finished with;
Trade At Home Patronize Our Advertisers Mrs. John Hooper mowed: 1.a one-over 73. UTRIpLEpLAyUVICE
down Mrs. Curt Gordon
3-2, and
shot for
i Cooper 67-69-70-73 a
Mrs. H. E. Williams got past I:total 269, which earned him $1-
I Mrs. Harry Poole "by the
same 000 out of the $5,000 purse. Goosie
FERNANDINA BEACH I score. Mrs. Glyn Waas struck out had rounds of 69-65-70-73 to take j 1r
this writer 1 up on the last hole, I second place money of $650. t
0r and Mrs. Andrew Allan defeated OFFER uBalance
This tournament drew
year's' 1
Mrs. Cecil I
Loptien.In ,
x I r :227 golfers, the most ever to turn .i
First Flight, out for the contest. At the con- #

I Mrs. Gordon meets Mrs. Pool clusion of the annual PGA meet. 4 Both .Front.Wheels" '. .
and Mrs. Mattson with '
A locks horn the'
ing which preceded tournament )
I Mrs. Loptien. I I state president Denny 1' i.

Directory Furnished By These Merchants an d Business Men Second Flight first round match Champagne announced that the All 3
results Mrs. Wm. Sweat ove i 1961 session and contest will be

I Mrs. Bill Melton, 8-7; Mrs. Geo. also held in Naples.
George's SuburbanPropane j T. Davis, bye; Mrs. Thos. G. Hall., Cooper took the lead Sunday for 995Any 400I

FLORIDA'SFIRST : Jr. over Mrs. Norman Alday 7") when he birdied the first two holes '

and Mrs. Clarke Brown drew a while Goosie birdied number one. I
Machine Shop Gas Co. I From there on "Pete the Putter" only
Jill SERVING ALL i that flight consolation, Mrs. had the situation well in hand. Includes

2 N. FRONT ST. EXCELLENTr YOUR NEEDS IN Melton meets Mrs. Alday to de- 'But the day was not devoid of new
I Just Say "Charge it". ..'
GAS'ASD termine the winner. excitement as the top amateur
Machine Work LP weights
in the tournament at the end Take months to
spot pay
GAS APPLIANCES Looking at the 9-hole event the
Welding, Brazing LINKS I four in the top bracket haven't of the regulation 72-holes saw a
7 South 7th St. I tie at 286 between Al Johns of
Marine Repairs j played. They are Mrs. Dan Daugh-
Gorda and Truman Connellof
Phone 261.3661 erty; vs Mrs. H. A. Cook, and Mrs. Punta
Special Service To i I Jupiter. Johns ended it swift ,
[ Bob Breslin vs. Mrs. Pete Ingram.
Shrimp TrawlersAll TIDES Miss Katherine defeated ly in sudden-death play on the
T. H. KING i 1 when he birdied. t':
73rd : .
Work Guaranteed I Mrs. Stanley Tarlton 2-1 and Mrs. Align
: Brakes
: Also participating in the event r Adjust .
> H. M. Fishier defaulted to Mrs.
Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. PHOTO SHOP number of other name 1
were I
Thru at JETTIESAdd P. S. Hauton. Nothing on the in ., von End i and Repack Front
Monday SaturdayPhone Roll Processing Consolation until the other match- golfers who have participated i ; 1 \
Day 261-3711 30 Minute For the local event. Among them were i
Developing & Printing { es are played.
Night 261-5338 Fernandina Harbor Kodak Film i I I II Ballard Beasley, Henry Castillo Wheel Bearings \\1
Tuesday the 29th the FBWGA II'
I and Skip Alexander, all of whom 3
HIGH LOW Photo Supplies entertained the ladies from Beau- finished well up in the money at i 050)1)
Movie-Colored & Regular I clerc and Brentwood Mrs. L. C. r. %
Naples. I
BE WISE. Friday. Nov. 1 Weddings I Shave had the lowest score for II I i b1V\ Plus IAa

7:33 a.m. 1:31: a.m. Portraits by Appointment Only I the day, an 88. Mrs. Arvin K. (

"Porcelainize"LASTS 8:01: p.m. 2:00 p.m. Studios At 504 Ash St. Rothschild won low gross prize Christmas Stamps I Replacement a seas
I with a 93 and Mrs. Chas. Laing ;parts if needed

Saturday, Nov 2 Phone 261-4586 had low net with an 82, and was | i >and torsion I bat '
3 OR 4 TIMES' 8:22: a.m. 2:18 a.m. j also closest to the pin on No. 9. j Go On SaleNovember 1 4: ,. a adjustmentnot

LONGER THAN 8:50 ; Both are from Beauclerc. Of the included "
p.m. 2:51: p.m. Rowland's .
i '
ORDINARY WAX JOB ladies from Brentwood, Mrs. Joe'Owen 7

Sunday, Nov 3 UPHOLSTERYDO was low gross with a 961 i S

LASSERRE MOTOR 9:14 a.m. 3:08: a.m. YOU NEED and Mrs. S. J. Holden, low net I For the second now, the'I
I with 75. Mrs. Shave was low for year firetont NEW! TREADS
CO.S. 9:40: p.m. 3:43 p.m. NEW COVERINGS OR REPAIR Fernandina Beach and Mrs. Tom' outside of Christmas cards and \. .

Monday Nov 4 TO TOURFURNITURE Lannon was low net with a 79.! letters will rival their contentsin ", ... ; APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES. '
8th St. Ph. 261-3319 OR Our group had a nine-hole tour- color and beauty. This is be- .I
10:06: a.m. 3:58jun.: NEW FOR SEAT YOUR COVERS nament entered by five ladies. cause of the new Christmas 'tWHITEWALLSANY\ SIZE. 's31 1'

10:32 p.m. 4:36 p.m. AUTO i I Mrs. Thos. Shave, Jr. and Mrs. stamp. Narrow or Wide Design, -
FREE ESTIMATESWe T. Davis tied with low The first special Christmas
I Geo.
a ,
Fishing? Tuesday Nov. 5 tl t Tubeless or Tube-type
Going Pick Up and Deliver I gross 52 on the back nine. Low stamp last year was so popularthat : 4 forOur
I ,
10:58: a.m. 4:50: a.m. net was Mrs. Davis. the post office had to reorder .

Visit Us For 11:28: p.m. 5:32: p.m. Porter b LovequistGeneral I We have one team entered in and the count reached near New Treads, identified by Medallion and hop mark art

Complete Line Of Contractors the San Jose Country Club ladies' ly 30,000 before the demand was I. GUARANTEED Ii 9': ;
Wednesday, Nov. 6 satisfied. .Aauut defect ia workmanship and male ab during lire of tread.
Fishing Tackle SPECIALTIES Invitational They are Mrs, The- new five cent stamps will I !.Aftuist normal road hazards f tempt repair. punctures) encountered 4 9
t Hods t Reels 11:56 a.m. 5:47 a.m. L. C. Shave, Mrs. T. C. Herring, ia everyday p* ener artist for 12 months.
WOODWORKING sale November 7. The color -
be treid and Used list
6:32 on Replacements prorated on wetr on price current
: p.m. Mrs. Andrew Allan, Jr., and Mrs.
Outdoor Camping PLASTIC SURFACINGCUSTOM is blue with green and red on at time of adjuatment .-

EquipmentFIRESTONE Thursday, Nov. 7 BUILT CABINETS Ed. Mattson. It is a three-day white paper depicting in the design .. Pius tax and 4 trade-In tires'.
KITCHEN AND BATH tourney Nov. 5, 6, and 7. The first the National Christmastree
12:31: a.m. 6:48 a.m. RE110DELlXGComplete day ii a team event and that day's
the eastern Ellipse near
12:58 p.m. 7:35p.rn. ShowroomFor score is added to the next.two R
the White HousePostmaster ,
BEACH SUPPLY days' play for 54 Hole Medal
Color Coordination a W. H. :Melton said,
ilea Counter
112 Atlantic Are 261-4182 Gout Jk: Geodetic Surrey Phone 261-3068 score. "The new Christmas stamps we

have on stock this year may carry

us through."
Poker-Hand winners Saturdayand Be among the first to stock up

Sunday were Gus Lowenstein, with the colorful new Christmastree
FUN I IN THE SUN iJ : Jim Haspel, John Beckett, Wade stamp November 7. fimfone BEACH SUPPLY

Whitmire, Arthur Renshaw, Mrs.
AT FERNANDINA BEACH Ed. Beach, H. E. Williams and

Mrs. Williams,* Mrs. Cecil .Lop- .*
FISHING BOATING SWIMMING tien/'Mra. L. C. Shave, Jessie 118 tan f f Avenue Phone 261-4482 n:

Tiner, Rod Ford, Larry Baker,
GOLFING AND JUST PLAIN "HVIN Curt Blank Ty Cowart and L. bN'Qiani -- .

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Page- "Eight Ners-Leader--_, Ferymdma J! Beach, Florida-Thursday, ,.--- October 81, 1963 ..."" .11 1Jr [.:.: .;. :r 1 :: ; "' .. .. _. -... ..1.._ 1 ... _p .. I .
: closes in Eglin Air Force Reserivttion. -
1963-64 1 Florida
-it..J.i !f. November 15 Marsh: hen i

HuntingTALLAHASSEE CUleRaJf! e ascn closes.! (Continued from Page.Sevea) *,
November 16 Third Satur-i' lr,
day of November Hunting Tha: Fernaoebu ISeacb High rtP
Florida's season opens north of State Road j' Shool band will lead.n parade &t
hunting .calendar fer the 1963-64 60 on native game. Woodcock,: 5:00 toaiarro\ to get people inI
season, as set by the Came and snipe and second phase dove I I tie! football rscod for the Douglas
FresH.Water Fish Commission, hinting opens stattw b. j game that evenicg.! i ij I.MLL I\\ GREEN : \

ii as loIJows! : November 16 Citrus Srch-'I j TIi¶de will form at the jsni '::; STAMPS ,..r.' SIRLOIN
September 7 Marsh hen iff seas n opc.Ds. II i ior high sf .ooI. II |r. h %
(rails and gallin': : lei) season November .27 -.. Duck, goose I I
opens. and coot season open kAj'H :, Steaks W 881
September 23 Special bear December 1 Fur-trafipin:t Bawretf! as : :: .

runts,open in Apalachicola and under license opens. FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND
O.cfrola National Forests. D eert Wr Z Second phase*I BY AXCIE DREW !i 1 sI v:

October 5 First phase dove dove season closes. I AND TAT JOYCE !
bunting season opens.October. December 8 Citrus archery' j, I II 88
hunt closes. t I O-3,P J LB. ,
I .
50 Special archery December 21 Third phascjdove Total

t-tnt Lcervaticn.Ivorenibtt Opens-.In EgUn Afr Forts season, ClpCDLDectDlbC1' |I W L 1 !Ji I I G .: : $ r T-BONE I ILB
20 Snipe season:;i Reddy Kit mttt 13 8 1C-153
3 First phase closes. Beach Bar 11 10 16S3DHadtlcn
dove season closss. January 4 Woodcock season : Lanes 10 11 15267 981
November 9 Hunting season closes. Land & WiUiams: 8 13 16_iJ I
en native game opens south of;I January 5 Duck, goose and : high Tnm: 3 Game '
fc.ate Rood CO. coot season closes. jEeddy Kilowatt --......-... _..2187 CHUCK
November 9 Bear hunts January 5 Deer and turkey.i Land & Williams! : _...---........ 2437: (
close in Apakcblech and 02coa! season closes.' in 1st, 2nd 4th and't Beach! Bar ..... 2450 I
5th Conservation Districts.: 48
National Fore3ts. High', Team Game l
Novenhw 10 Archery hunk January 12 Deer and turkey !:I Beach Bar ......._........._......_... 83 I I $ 9 3, (
....-- -- --.--- -- season closes in Sid Conservation.i fReddy Kilowatt 833LaI A ..
: District. &; Williams: 882Hra
k1U..o.1nCAH ,
January 12 Third phase doveC220u !>ill. :-Gam:s I j jj
See. The $ closes. i j j I Pat Joyce ._._...._... 570 ,
: TM RiURE TEST February' '23 Quail!! and i i'Carolyn i Rowland _.._....- 538 REGULAR 29r COPELAND CHIPPED : 5 LB, J
': Ruth Williamson 515 e *
squirrel season closes statewide. -
: ( GULF ?March 1:1 fur trapping Caror/n Rowland .......__..._. 238 Beef PKG. ,. f .' .
-- Of A closes. I Pat Joyce .._..._....._....._.-......... 236\ e '. e $ tl\
March 23.- Special turkey 1 1ceasoon Marsha Hasse ... 201 14 !B.QUANTITS' ,
\Monarch Nylon Rug opens. High Average Haulers RIGHTS RESERVED PRICES GOOD. THRU NOVEMBER 2nd PKG.WINN .

rotlCl tl Lovequi k 1 April 12 Special turkey season -1! Carolyn Rowland 150 .-DIXIE. STORES. INC.. '-.COPYRIGHT., -+ I9f3. .. P I closes.} EnJ of 19G5C4huntj: Velma Hodge ....._........_. 145 r :j I
: . _."--1L :":' ,- -, :.- .- - -- ,1
rabbits, ---- -
lag season. Only EnjliiH; Ruth Williamson 143 ::; ,, "
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COLOR CENTER ;; 7 5-: ; "" W. .
: sparrow, staring, black and tur-: High Scratch BovkrsPat .rt : .> :,,,
';o"th. 8ih St. At 5 Points: key vultures, crows, svlur.k: flying -. Jon ,_..._..__..._._..570

--- -- _h__ --- squirrel}, opossum, red and Carolyn Rowland .......?. 538
; gee; fox;, bobcat, raccoon. natria ; Ruth WiTiaiasoa ..._............... 515
and armadillo may be taken at.crthis Marsha Hasse ........" 511
OYSTERS date. I June OSteen ....7.................. 505
If i Willie Smith; ........_._.._. 505 6 j

; RanST.ED f News of I I i Vi Reach SJriano Bar WAcp 33:: TP 2648 G 21 AV.121I MORTON CHICKEN, BEEF, TURKEY r S

i SURF Bryant Academy! I IJady Jute Holley OSteen WiiJnno1: 27:58 33; 23x318 21tl 1931: 15 15 In 123ltcth 123 Meat Pot Pies. 0 6 PIES $1. ( t. ,ti r

BY ANXETTE \1 BRIDGESOn Joyce Ea3.orr 3C 2792 21 13:
Across. Frcn Ocean Pier October 11, two interns }I Marsha! Hasse GO 2C83 21 WI FAMILY '
Private Dining- Room For from Florida! Memorial College,I Arlene Mch.cr 45 713 6 113 F r III et P.I e s SIZE 3 FOR $1 .
Parties! Clubs, Etc."Wlrff St. Aujnstiae, were welcomed! to Francis Lawis 43 14i3 12 122 e
I Bryant Academy: :Miss Taffie Bell. : Carolyn Rowland 22 31M 21 153; : Land 0' SunshineAll
i. rTERMITES a native of Ft. Lauderdale, was j I HaJdcn Lanes Flavors Thrifty Maid 3
i --- placed in first &ends(!, section two, I :r.gie Drew CO 2100 21 10' 1 : "@' em : : :
with Mrs Ethel H. McKinney as I .
Fat Joyce 41 2622 21 1i. 1 rVE.MG"E EfiJSBUTTE R
supervising teacher. Mrs. Bettye I I Winnie Melon 61 lCOj 18 81.I If 1
s Jean Williams, a native of Miami,f Louise! W:1I.e! 4' 1417121181'ema I C e M I( 1 1 McKENZIE I T A. B.\fL
? was placed in third grade, with 1 l Hodge 23 3)i 21 143; 1
Mrs. Annette M. Bridges as supervising -I i, Irctdv .1113act I 1 Green Peos
teacher : Dot Odom 31 2303 21 138 1 Limit one
_Ii Bryant's Academy's first honor I fte1t! Dolizd ro 2119 21 1001I HAL 1 1 Blackeye Peas BIG : with $5.
society meeting was held Wednes-I 'i iise! Smith 51 2179 21 103 i. 3 9' 1 1 Butterbeans 2 2-LB. e.1 order ormore. 4'9si
,J 1 T% October) 23: at which time Betty lketon) 29 2377 21 103 II r, GAL. 1 Crt Cern PKGS .
thirty-four students were entertained Lynn Sheffiali! G0119 12. 99!) 1 Mix Vegetables LB.
ly Principal James B. Bryant I I Dot Taylor 51 G'jJ! 6112I 1
and members of the faculty. P.: r.lHollis 51 313 3 1M ': _._ :'. "...' ,
t Uritl Imult Mflrtl*rpiuft! .l* : n : __. '- J1 _
the -
$ Congratulations were given to : : '-\ '
students by the principal and '

SSOOO.GUARANTEE i r.AEInPFulvrt members of the faculty. 1 KAC :::: P. lulrv <. '; '!1', r.r r, r l .,. HARVEST OF BEST BRANDS .
Tirmiii Biaiji See yea in the next issu*. a $ r
Mr. James B. Bryant, Principal, : I 50 Extra< reap ail s

EY HENRY ELLIS JR.i Chocolate Cake )t

:i Tef minix Cs. t I I i .' Wettof 10-21-83 GOOD THRU NOVEMBER SNO Yn \ -i.a )
use J. Total
SERVICE SINCE 1930 Team Standings W L Pins 11 t ire rddael ,rr i ai
( No. :3 -**" 10 .2 5733 s
For FREE Inspection No. 2 66 5531,

''* 4 .., 4 g 5397:
Phone Jacksonville UDSJWe No. 1 .' 484214 '
High Teas, 3-Came j: 50 Extra i JWf Green Starays
_CbLLRCTrL4-I768! I No. 1 .,; f. Up WITH THIS COUPON A&D PURCHASE OF '.. ..
-I I tjfo; ; J---.- w.v. 1421Ko. 1 L.
J i Okra & Tomatoes "
., t!r I 1f;g h. Ind. 3a=:nei I g 1\4 .
Roger Kaddcn'T, : 542 i I L OD NOV BER 2ND Fresh, Tender Pole elk 10 ran $1"
Kieber SkiJmore 529 fil i
| AT AWINN-DIXIE 0 0 0 Cons I

a oFASTER i L'; James Lynn high Team Game 522 I SAVE 4Q EACH THRIFTY- MAID 'APPLE I
i i No. S: 509No. B E. A. N 5 .
I : $
t[ 1 484 d Sauce 303
8 1
: SERVICE AND I No. 4 474
..,...,--,..... ..-.;>.- t. i1ih. Ind. Came -. 50 Extra WC Green Stamps i -,' .t ': ,, .. ons .
Roger Hadden .. 200 SAVE 6( EACH THRIFTY MAID

.: REASONABLE PRICES. I,Roger Kldber high iladden Skidmore! Average Bowlers- 193 185 i ONE GOOD Shrimp PEG THRU, FROZEN NOVEMBER'PAN-RED rep 2ND e I _i 4; 2 Lbs. 2 9 ? Tomatoes 8 Cons 303 $10

i .T for F Cecil Hodge 179 AT ANY WINN-DIXIE

Larry Flint 166 j j jKl 6VM EACH THRIFTY MAID C$ or.WK GOLDEN
.' l ber Sk! more 16G I
f tIf ei- ; SCRATCH LEAGUE. I I SACve 303 $1
: fJJl'at/li/ .&Jwtllt orn
Teams .
400iif.. I _, ; I j ti e e Cons .
; I Huh .Scratch Tripfc1No. ,

1 :: )ledd/JifJ 9J1lJilll"md : I 2 Individuals- No.. :2 3 1503 1537! I GRAPE(! .

Efek Scratch Triple I five CANS FHOZENHawaiiian ONE 28-or P'G, CRACKING GOOD) Bia'.io. Drink .432-OZ. $1
1 Roger Hen ': 635 I Punch Family: Grsisss, .,:" 0 o .
: and 2 Larry Flint' 550
..... 1 No. 2 587
24 16 : ,
: Ji:1JOJICCJJ1CJIIJ I 2_ N&. 4 541 I r Cctsup 8 12-0%. $1
..1 : : Hih Scratch Single I 0 t .
[1 Roger Hadden 231 \f
: All Styles And Types Of Engraving t 2 Henry Ellis 2111 [Y. .,,. SAVE it EACH BATHROOM TISSUE #
.. I Stella: Dohnd is still high for I ra a D. raa s
I (I
j the women in the trophy tournamnU .
.. .. ; I I i Stella. Doland 577. FOUR NO. K CAN AND$ BLUE BAY WITH THIS COUPON ,AND PURCHASE OF Delsey S 0 Pkg. 191.
ONE 15'Cr.
Chalk Style Tuna Blee N
Super Blales

1.. r BUSINESS CARDS. r _. 2S AT ANY WINN DIXIE i d w.. 1y AT ANY WINN. P.DIXIE I K lee n ex 300-Ct Box 191.

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II Limit one with $5:00'order: or more. MAXWELL HOUSE Limit one with-$5.00 order or more.

.: .;.< See Samples At CAN A'Co f f 1..LB. CAN
5 910t
. ., ... L PREVENTFOREST ,, e e SAVE ,

I SHORTENING Limit one with $5.00 order or more. : lSjOR -
( NEW N4 KEY'CAN Umitl 1 with $5. order or more.

Jcrnan innlcahNcu's' dcr FIRES Crisco 3-LB.SAVE CAN 15 6\ 8 'c offee' 1-LB. CAN 49/
PHONES 261- 686 2\ 1-3G87, 'f. SAVT10*

1 semt DETERGENT Limi{ one with $5.00
or more. DETERGENT BLUE or WHITE ? Urnitl 1 with $5.00 order.
:We One of the and Best .
Represent Largest

Firms In The United States f TI'd'er GIANT PKG. 5 8 A v GIANT BOX 4 8Jr

: Engraving. (} J : ,. SAVE 21* : .1"j i W. SAVEY' I '

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-' : 1 Ins Jr. t Xewg-LG:1der. I : Beach Florida: -Thursday October 31, 1963 Page MWoolsiy ine
News From : ; Advanced Ballet and Toe Class'! :: j .
.j in the Auditorium at 3:30 p.m., : r
I ; Juknne Owens, Init :. : '.* | State PoArd. of Health record Stuart M Doyis J(:; .
The R c t 1t f Advanced Ballet and Toe Class! Jti Warns show that b 1962 two hundred! 7 *. { ,

in the Auditorium at 4:30 p.m., ., twenty-six deaths from fire and | With Army Engineers
I Julanne Owens, Instr. >, t Of Heater Danger explosion: were recorded. Of these, Near
,BY SANDY DeSANDRO Adult Ceramics Class in the I two hundred three were in the : Tripoli, Libya

THURSDAY, OCTQBER 31st. I Ii i I Adult ,leader. .. Ceramics Room at 3:30: p.m.. Hank v! T_ YVi v. I home. In 1961, there were one i i TRIPOLI, LIBYA ,AHTXl I

111 Playschool in the Club Room ,at Pre-Ballet Class in the Auditor Sides, Instr .' A b... in ColdVenther ,I I hundred eighty-three such deaths, Army Put stuart H. Da\'i., J; ,
I i 9d0:: "*a.m., Carolyn Vizcarrondol 'I fern at 10OQ; .a.nt& JjuleOweni; 1! Senior Citizens Club in the ; one hundred siity-nine of them whose patents live at ,32< Min -
the home. A little
( Conference Room at 7:00 forethought
p.m. The heater ran be as deadly as I hntK Af6i Fernandina lL.l; ,
: ; :i ; 1 Cub Scout Reek No. 171 in the k a shotgun and death from it can I would have prevented virtually ; y'lar. urea ail gn d Oet 12 to tall .?-

uI Game Room at 715; p.m. be more horrible, Dr. B. F. Wool- these fires and deaths. q4th Engineer Btttalion, WhC;\ :-
:1 Men and Boys? Health Club i in sey Director Nassau County I As a precaution _against home us Air Force Base near triP,)"'I II
.,aI the Health Club Room, day and M Ya Health Department, warned to. I fires owners should clear out all Libya.

:I S ;I n s4 ennb1; day. Most deaths from fire occur I accumulations of rubbish from pavis entered the Arm:: in
: fr. I Atlantic Avenue Playground?I In the home; and most, if not all, I closets, garages and workshops; April j 19M asgl e tfd basic u,( n.
:1 supervised play, 3:30-5:30:: () p.m., are easily prevented. and if there b aa exhaust fw, I,; ,ing at Fort Mm, S. c?,':J
... Don Nanny, Instr \ 1FllllUV 1 H m m 9 over the kitchen stove, dean: it 1 wa3 lilt stationed at Fort E. .

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I: .. Fun Fair ((5tb and "Cth grades: ) tablets. Sand, salt, and pepperwas i things which catch. fir* or eIp1 de The 2O-)car-okd 619f older il: a

,I Jy in the Auditorium! at 3:30 p.m. S _- carefully folded in the form I easilyi: such; as paint, tun ntine. >D grad1llte d Fernandina

,P I'I : fs High Schao] Foothill! Dance in S. of powders.. Finding some discarded gasolene.: Beach nigh Sclwei He att'ud i

Auditorium at 10:00: p.m. paint cans we thrilled as j Check your heater now before Abraham Baldwin Agiuull-i! i I IJn it
Sub'leen Club m the Name I i we dipped our sun dried pills in I cold weather demands i its use. Colkfff TtftOl1, Gfit and tt.

Room at 715; pm. the various' colors Tonics and 1: Heaters should not be close to University .f Geoffia at Atlu! i J3.I ..
Hen and Boy Health Club in I Elixirs were concocted with tap i! window curtains; should never -
the Health Club Room, day and j jf'enir.t. i water 'and artificial coloring obtained !''be moved while burning; should\ matthH
keep opt of the reach of
I from juice, must-:, never be lighted when flood td. .
,I Cujr eliminates! one of the enemy"forces who hateattacledhisshipin grape children; tlf rieal cords should
I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd. i :Vf/ro.CoWJOfM/ J!r'I" Gpt alnSI ndbad," ard and bluing. Our imaginationran And since heaters burn oxjgtn, be and
in good circuit
,I ,Shrine Club Barbecue on the in which he play the title rolet,'7'he spectacular king Brothers wild, other youngsters joined J a little fresh air U needed in the repair ;
Recreation Center Picnic Grounds Production;inspired by the magic, tales of the Arabian Alfhd, and advanced their own ideas, i home, Florida law requires all never overloaded
also slats Ueidi Uruhl, Pedro ,4rmendaris and,Abraham I', '
Sflfaer I fixed heater to
bave. outride
Men and Boys' Health Cbb in'i until we had a stock that would
; rte In a cast of tllOl ands.lt irasfilmetl in Technicolor against rje- ,
the Health Club )Room, day and : ,filling settings of Oriental splendor.: i, hl1een'the: envy of a professional vent$. I Trade At Home

evening... I ; I pharmacist. _It b ilivays_ a, rood id@a to

Teen Club in.' the' Game. 'Room THIS, MOVIE WILL RE. SHOWN- -the-Ilan Theatre j i .Our nextenture was a rail I
gf st ;*t 7.10:; p.m. :- i i iI Friday and $fcrday.. / ';/. '. road. Starting from scratch. we
SUNDAY, NOVE1unn'3rd.. : I began stock.
making our rolling
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Lore ', l l usi& Jar'ge. .enoughJ.for the\ to
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Conferences'Room a.m. ;]'I ; tack at each end' made excel
MONDAY, 'NOVEMBER' 4th, i I stand, erect ,irir" completely fur- lent gondolas. A, block of wood
I ; Teen Ballet and Toe Class IL i To Classify j I i oished horizontal l bars and 'frame fitted to the top of a lath with

the Auditorium at 3:30 p.m., Jul I ;I work for climbing. ; Most of it space for a platform at each end

I anne Owens, Instr. ', ,,, BY RUSSELL KAY |I seldom, used and gathering .rust. with windows painted on each
,I Beginners' Ballet Class in the I i; And this was' outdoors. In, the side and even lettered Santa Fe
ks% I Auditorium 4:30 rn *Julanne I suppose when .a' fellow's }hair house radios and television hours of
f at : were I ;gave us pure enjoyment,
I PAIN ; Owens, Instr. : begins to"'gray around the temple 1 Barbie l dolls I coloring books, a1 I NQ matter what the problem was WAS IT SHORT IN
I and starts on'
f A ; Arts Puppet Theatre (ages Gel thinning out miniature railroad complete, with some bright! kid'would have the .
1vor .' 8))' in the Club 'Roomsat 3:30'p.m., '! top he i* inclined to look back ,f freight{ and passenger equipment, answer, rubber bands toothpicks,
to the'wives Faith Britton, Instr., \on the''orld he knew Is"j f automatic block signals,. crossing I spools, bottle caps all contributed COMFORT
Lu ; Credit Union Night School in youngster, ;i(I gates, signal towers! and all the their part to our manufacturing

from y- I the, Club Room at .7SQ.p.m. I Sitting cpmfortably |in the 'rest,, Games by the score, bookshelves industry,
Island Squares Club in the shade I watched the grandchildren l laden with everything i iI I remember how excited \\e ;
Game Room at 7:30 p.m. ( at 'play and bt'gan.to compare from comic books to a children's
I I were when we found that card- I I "I
Jaycees in the Conference I their childhood with myown. encyclopedia. '
]board and glue lent itself to the
Room at 8:00 p.m. i Loving parents and doting And what were the kids doI -
bfllLoveUCITEWail | (construction of most anything, i
provided playground
Adults and Teens Ceramics l '
Cass in the Ceramics Room at > < equipment that included !I: ing Bunny age. 10. was strugI stations' ; crossing signs, round. !' r t HY
; I' filing to master the intricacies house, automatic block signalsthat ,
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Men and 'Boys' Health Club in I, trampoline to merry-go.round : of a tOe yo yo. Chip, age 6, ,was i I could operated from a \
,; the Health: Club Room, day and and a miniature roller coaster., : in the sandpile clearing an:' area central' point with strings carried
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Paint evening. I There were swing sets a play!i;vith'a plastic. bulldozer that he
Playgroundl Insisted on calling his "Bullnoser" | signal to the next. ,A gentle'
Atlantic Avenue i I pull would elevate the mainline
supervised play, 3:30-5:30: p.m., I Ceramics Room at 7:30: Bobby, age 4, was iri hot' Boy cooking::
semaphore, we were
-lfeGdcaneasypchfiiylopaintXucillc \ Don Nanney, Instr I Hank Sides, Instr. p.m'l I'pursuit of a scampering chameleon Our '
with fun
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that in its haste
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5th. Men and Boys' Health Club in : to escape from figuring out each problem
i had Playschool in the Game Room, the Health Club Room, day and had galloped over her ''barefoot., 0.fit or short in cleanliness, reasonable cost, con
Balvstar of the popular TV"Lucy Show, recently ,, Mary, age 2, was giving; voice toI I for ourselves. No store bought vehiencer
9:30-11:30 a.m., Carolyn evening J dependability?
".tbe interiors of her homes in Beverly! Hills and Palm Springs j rondo, adult leader. Women's Club Nursery in the 'her unhappiness because' none of match ready-made our system homemade could railroadand ever
'children would'relin r-- L
I : painted with "Lucite" Wall Paint. i Ceramics Class (ages 9-11)) in Game Room 3:3P: -5:00 p.m., Car- the other the constant use of our imagination
the Ceramics Room at 330; p.m., 6lyp Vjzcarrondo, adult leader. i, quish their current interest inr i and ingenuity stood us IF IT WAS SHORT IN ANY OF mx THINGS

tucy knows painting with 'Incite"really means less bother- Hank Sides, Instr, Teen Ballroom Dance Class 1,her. favor. in good stead the. rest of our YOU NEED SUBURBAN/ PROPANE GAS HEAT
*no stirring thinning needed. 'Xticite"doesn't drip or spatter I Tap Dance Class: in the Audi (Senior High School Teens) inj j!" As a youngster I.had to find lives.
torium; at 3:30 PM., Julanne the Auditorium at 7:15 p.m., i 1I17 own energy outlets. There i, j
brush roller-dries
like ordinary paints-spreads easilyiith or I few mechanical A .. OurConstantComforts
Owens, Instr.Intermediate. Sandy DeSandro, Instr. were toys. S.- See
Jlin: minutes. And plain soap and water cleans rollers, brushes, I Ballet Class inI Atlantic Avenue Playground I swing was something your daddy :

I ''Jiands, and spilled spots 1' I I the Auditorium at 4:30 j>.m., Jal- supervised play, 3:30-5:30: : p.mV: put up for you in the back. yard.
anne. Owens, Instr. Don Nanney, Instr. You made: your own coaster byattaching ,, Cooper's Laundry : : NoVent and Martin! Heaters 1 ::

Hew\ Du Pont "Lucite" Wall Paint. '$7.45 Painting for Leisure, in'the,ClubRoom THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 7th. I a soapbox wheelS. to a setK ofbqby 4 -r--- -- -, --
I at 7130 p.m. Pre-Ballet Class m the Audi- buggy
f 22 Decorator Colors, ready to use t3Al I Men and Health Club in I II torium at' 10:00.a.m.. ., Julanne i.." At the age of 8 another boy CoinOperatedLaundry \WRITE PHONE 'OR STOP IN TODAY

I th e.I. I Owens Instr.Playschool. .! and I decided to establish a drug and Dry
: evening in the Game Roomat store. We constructed the build-!!
For ratal IRclnt and 6atbrooms' I SUBURBAN PROPANE _
; : AIYO Club Meeting in the 9:30 a.m., Carolyn Vizcarron- ling from old lumber. Our stock : Cleaning

I 1 Game Room at 7:30 p.m. do, adult l leader. 'i included a variety of pills, cap ; < -....
> "DuC9" SATIN SHEEH ENAMEL .. Square: and Fun Daneing (Senior Advanced Balle| and Toe Class gules, powders and we could' fill Mrs. Doris Howard, GAS SERVICE -

t LOW LUSTER, WASHABLE COLORS .t') ACI *. I High Teens) lathe Auditoriumat in the Auditorium at 3:30 p.m.;I out any prescription with accur- Manager GAS SERVICE/

1 WATCH "LUCITE" WALL PAINTi,. 'Y. f VJQT. ,,:. I 7;15 p'.;n.i Sandy PeSandrp, Julanne Owens, Ittstr I lacy and dispatch.' We gathered ANYWHERE
7S. 7liSt.| Ph. 261-3661
"" ,.' ; .n Instr. Advanced Ballet and Toe Class I old bottles of every size and de-l i & Beech Streets I I
SatlnShe.nr I Tri Hi Y Club in the Hobby in the Audtoiium: at 4:30 p.m., scription. Mud and clay! provided 1
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Room at 8:00: p.m. Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.rn.j
4 Atlantic Avenue Playground, Hank Sides, Instr. i i
:. supervised play, 3i30-5:30: p.m., Adult Ballroom Dance Class in Full Two Year Guarantee
Nassau Building Don Nanney. Instr.WEDSESn. the Auditorium at 7:15 p.m. : '
i .\Y, NOVEMBER 6th.t Scoutmasters' Roundtable in the'

Arts Puppet Theatre (ages 9 Conference Room at 7:30 p.m. 0 Fully Autom tie
And Supply Co. and up) in the Came Room.at 9:30Mn. : Men and Boys' Health Club in Maenme Hand

: < .,. Faith Britton, Instr. the Health Club, Room, day and x WARMTH WITHOUT WEIGHT !! 9 Washah'e I or
Ceramics Class (ages 12-14)) in evening- i
1129 South 8th Street Phone 2G1-3G48 the Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m., Atlantic Avenue Playground, 0 Non-Fading: Colors
.'. Hank Sides, Instr., I supervised play, 3:30-5:30 p.m: Wizard I Imperial. Electric: Blankets" Lifetime Moth Proof .

l ( Adqlt Ceramics Class in the Don Nanney, Instr.'I' q FOR ONLY Protection "
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1 : Phone 261.HS2 GO TEA, GO Forrest Ozburn The Best Storefor the Poor" Phato S'op;! .

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.' County High School "Blue Devils", are the 1963 Pirate PiUu'a; ,:fifllT Miler, Duane: Rowland, Jim Young, Allanpjjgtch \Vmiams! ,.George Sheffield, Kirby Hendrix, Ray- Rice, Ned Tyson, Richard Nobles! Randy Price Richard {@; I
aT. griddersijjof(. Fernandina Beach High School. Left to Cover, Barry Rice, David O'Steen' ,' Beryl Rice, Chuck f Jn end. Rowland, Chip. --...Wood, Curtis.McCorsley_ Joe Thrift, Schenas: Tommy Clark, Steve( Beckett. < .. Jt
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' At. The/ Churches I. .MEMORIAL"1'tltllttaL METHODIST'..l'f'- NO MONEY oowrts

i fJels.in l I1, blo rr r"I!actor. '.-.
FIVE. POINTS UAHK. I'INE CROVU BAPTIST h 15 am., _, ,, Hirid; : hoo; ,
-uvncn; cuuucnJU I .i'W ".1". _'_' .1tumiflg W'orau I $52 50 Per Month
U5 ..m. HYP( Supper & Tro
J. W. K<*a, J'lwtor I A. 'L Knight, pastor ; i ,.i ? ** > w>i jr 'K< CONCRETE'BLOCIt
IH3! x ru. _. jsunfajr: School: I .iijruuJ chool ..._..,,_..r 945 us. :;30( ".m. .,.... Evening \Yrrj)1i.: -/U a: .i ANDJRICK
Thou: ,,... Morning \VorsMp 1 1 I uruln1 '_ Jl our, r 0 3 Bed Room
a jn.
n '*
6;3D p.m. __ ._. Training Unlor.. I.UJ a ui. ..,......... Morning Ser isi I I
;';3tb p....._ CielingVor hlJI : 7;;W; p.m. Evangelistic- Servin ST; l'AUf.'S t.UTUEItANCHURCH : It 0 Finished I far Living

'.Vcdneaday prayer Krvite, ''l:?.tptn. w.Ma Amelia City Nt1.r fnlrrlit''ftioD t! 1 V %. :V> 14a > : 0 Oak Floors
J *O V.LB,
; p m. WeJncsday Yuunci'
ft eNlcia4S AU i 0 Tile Bath .'
___....... (Praver Meeting A. F. CrrbbardU: rist r ij \ !
FIRST RAITIST niUKCH m .ilv Wall Hoofer :
(03 am. Morning Service ifrfHMi. % fc .
Her. J. T. iJunnzm factor flnlttCIItJT. :<:CO aim -' Sunday School iI I I 0 Custom Built Cabinets l' -

\\'or.iip Services; ?:iiO A.M MTCIUJ.L'S; CATHOLIC) t- '

11 7MP.M'M A.M 1. tttr. W. J. Holmes, Pastor CIIUKCH. OF CHRIST I .yirv..-* j 'w5* t\i ySifi l flfdr .*!>' ,. Bel! ) On Your Lot (F.H.A.) : :

_,__ alffrt' ,
iUZ'; Oay lhS :a4, 11k 59uUHth)
School .__,.... 9 t 5 A.V
Fnnday ._.._ I ..
Sunday a.InI Kenneth L Jones Minister ,,,
Train: Union .........,.: 6:15 F.M.I'ujer .r? ''Sr *%
ng I fcwv.ee .__ ,.,.... Vfdnesd..) p'
7:30 I'M i &th Sunray, 11.33 a.m. I Morning Worship _. 11.00: .am. pi5 FREE FOLDER
Monday, Young People 7 p.m. Evening Worhh p ?. 1:00 pn. -
I Daily w.?...._..__.,_,.._._ $ a.m Tuesday: Singing Iractce! 7SO 4. p
I'! fetuHay ,.,...- Convent Chapel pja l
Scs The :, ;;30 Communion in Convent<< I (Held at various members homes) QUALITY I HOMES n

6.8(1( I'M" ..__. YJUKK PeopleV! Wednesday: bfid-Week Bible! P. BOX G8 OCEANWAY .
ORitiRE i SY Maeiinp. Study _............_..._... '7:3() pm '4 It ; 0.
i :
Thursday; : Ladies Class 10.30 a.m. c : '( 4Y' JACKSONVILLE: IS,
ATDOWNTOWN I B1W.E; It/ll'11ST (unCII Held at various member homes) PHONE 7&4-"0'0'OR_ 76S-C635. -
GULF li U9 South Cth Street 9J
# *
Of AMonarch : .Sunday Services: BAPTIST i ; > .: : ,

10.00 AM. ._._... Sunday School CHURCH : ', "
NybnPoto&k'cr Rug ,,
i 11:00 A.H. Morning .e I )
4 .. ...._ ... State HI way IC7 = NassaurilleHer. ) 'J'i
: : y Et ; 630 pm.: "' ': -WOtshS"i, ; t". .ijan E. Wade, Pastor I FUTURE I FORESTS Millions of pine seedling at four Florida State Nurseries will '. I,:.
: s i 7. p9 PM. Men's Prayer Pastors Prayer Time I soon be reod' for remcval, to be sold at production cost fcr planting. : The Florida i BL.QOD [PRESSURE

COLOR C'' : PR ,! : r0 p.m., Evfnins Worship i (For Men) .....:....-....._..... '7 a.in. Forest Service estimates that farmers and pint kinder,r. will plant. 100CCOOGO .
qO.lt< i 8'h' pt..J t :1 Pr:1It 1'llrsk.y. : : Schcol ......_._ 9 ;) j There ara two fypcs r.f abnormal blood: picture High
I i Sunday: 43 a.m. pias seedlings ip,Florida; during the hte fill and winter qoatto. Many tree farmersreg&d
.....-.- _. -. 17.t'| < :> tun ._..-........ .... Visitationm : ......: 11 : I and. Low. .
i Morning WIJr hip ajn.TraJijng prHitalir( investment with timber and
piaflting piMSas a pulpwood, ,
:a gun
-'- i IIih M"wl i'at; th't there htt'f'1IN'd
--r- i i : Union _......_ 6:15 p.m. I j fww! vs an
..... '...... '. ." --- -- .- :I' EveningVcrshfp ....?.. 7:SO; p.m. naval I stores, a mafor marketable commodity( I resistance; to the flow of Hood tl roegh! the arteries so that the
I heart 'riust maintain a higher pressure to keep the rwrmal firculation -
Wednesday: I .
I of blaoi. Tha case of thu increased ree >tanct nay
Mtn'a !Hour cf ,Power .._ 7 pja. M pfcfcntativei: cf dairy,.eompaxiesstumbled retail from abranaal crnlraetion narrowing of the arteries
: an or
Re FrsH -
Prayer Service -...... 7:30 p.m. srts WcsSefngloBy upon the ice cream: piovia'ors i or certain diseases: o! the internal organs.
*"Whosoever1.11 'I : in tl statutes.. It was: 42
may come. : Lew; bleed pressure is due! to 8'' decreased resUtance to the
!! 1&21,
Rep. D. R. (Ri'Iy) Matthews en March 31,
Y years ago
4 I f'Ov' of b'6aJ! ; through the \vessels resulting from a lack of tone
that Congress passed and Presi- of the muscular! coat of-the vestl causing; d>latbn.Chirccract'c .
1'IKSr PHKSUYTERIAN FLYING. TRIP TO FLORIDA obligations incurred by the Temporary dent Wcodrow Wilscn on his last
% I : is successal] n wli
CHURCH Unemployment Comcen-- many cases particularly "re
Taking: advantage! of 'a mIdweek : day in office, signed the law. In t'.cre ''s excessive contraction cr lack of tone ia the uvular
tion Act of IS58 and ((6)) H..R- '
Rev. John Dozier, Pastor \ ;
considered impossible
those daYJ it vas
1 1Rx1Sa recess, I was able! to make i coat tine la nave ir.ta1i. n. Adjustments restore normal
4. s? r Church School ......._....... 9:45 A.M. I 5945, establishing a procedure: to plckage' small quanti !lUrertntrJl
which! in turn creates normal tonicity in the muscle coat
8 &vi3 trip ta FJon a and to
Worship Service ..... 11:00 A.M. I( for the prompt settlement in a :! .
? ties of ice cream with acceptable cf the vessels, the end result is normal bli od
j spend from Oc:jober 17 to 20 yisiling I pressure.
I Youth Meetings ....... 6:00P31..I i democratic manner of the political protection' towards sp"iage-
i Church School _. ._... 7:33 P.M. f : fn seven counties and partlcinatiHj I status of Puerto Rico.. 1 1b
i ? in these: important and I and the law, today, of course, ha:
# '* interesting events: The meetingpf I J cote for aU! of the above II I been rendered obsolete due to the Hours a

FIIIST ASS I MJU4Y <4F GOD the Alachja County farm fyj-;: )legislation. clutionary: modern-day me
Ret. E. A. Lewis. Pastor : eau; the opening of the S':!wan- I ICE CREAM CONE. CRIME I thcds of sanitary packaging. This Many Wed. Fri.
S E US NOW little of legislation wn:: .a yr
0 oe lO.OO .m. ___ Sunday School nee River Youth Fair at Faan'a I WAVE TAKES A LICKING! piece debate .
passed quickly and without
1 1.1)0 a.m. Wonh5 !Service Springs; a meeting with public I :
CXO: () p.m. _.. C. A. Youth Service ofriciah! of Ne berry; a visit to I The newspapers here in w3 h1 and falls into that minor F 131 Kinijs Street '
7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Servicefhuisday the Columbia County Far! at 1 1 iris fcl made such an i item of leg-'I housekeeping chore that Congress

For A 1tlig 1 g !@Cll mid week service I' Lake City; and a visit to th3 I i i j?!_aticn recently raised by the ;I is Commissioners"responsible; for of 93 our the Nation's"City Phone 729-56 UKIngsIand o.
I Northeast (Nassau County) Fair i
7:30 pm. 'I : House namely, a bill to block Capital City, Georgia
i 1 at Callahan: and pcf:.1C' :hing' in the, illegal traffic in now hold :
i the 4-H Awards Cerenony. Finally ; Ice Cream Cones! Ice i So -* I guess 'we might just
on cream I
TQ WA A Koine{
t Buy cr
LUTHER4N CHURCH I >i. cones, law enforcement officials I tfay that' Washington's Ice Cream DR. c, u. CROCKER DR, T- A. (JV'E..1
Donald R. Himmelnan, Pastor -r I noted, are being sold in the sha I iCone Crime Wave las taken! a
eyifjes'se dow of the Nation's Capitol in licking: !
Phone 261-5G34 o
I Sunday School ..........._.. 9:45: a. m. PP brazen defiance of a law enacted j I [Uing51and( : + ![] Chiropractic i
_.._ Si'1 i h 1921 which! barred the sa'e! of II .
An Oid ft1 Worship Service 11:03 a. n. !X P "I! Communism is as wonderful I
riglg9! 5Uch products in proportions of II
'* I : less than one-half a pint. Schools,I as they claim! it is, it seems I \ "Associated with Owen Chiropractic .

:: tl j" 1' CHURCH OF GOD OF I, I: churches and the little earner: ; that they would take down their Clinic of Jacksonville"FRESH
; PROPHECYRev. i;'stares said they had joined in |I iron curtain and put In some pic- \. '
II. C. Drury, Pastor I 1 : this The rime rave" tara: windows." Ernest Mis-

i Yra'B f Oke: Ike fri ndtVEmd! Hslp4 ; 10:00 11 am.am.............................Morning Sunday Service School I t ; was conspiracy.discovered recently when re- I kell!!, Jlmneapolis. %- (l\Iir-\ n.-)--Argi&-: i 1:' ._. 4...,". V .

7.43 p.m. .....n.. Evenrg; Service a: I I IC 6'6 @e} @ @ ()@19 S (j Q)d e t! j-e .fj 0b( ei 88(11( )
d! Pesgsls Wto Arc fisrc TQ ScreeFemandins 743 pjii. Wednesday: ; V.L.B. Service C( I
: for young people PORK 0 .

4 r Yo '* -jjf 0 r- i \ \ '

: Cur, -Ilii and Cedar Sts. i1\ ______ (g
L Marvin Jdhn Pastor ,
airy, >on I. I
Phone 2 3807 MEATY 0 I IP'z

: Federal i n:00 *m. ,_.__. Sunday School 1 < \
.._. SPARERIBS 5 Ibs. $1.99
11:00 g
a.m. Morning I spoke ai a Clay City i _, !
/"E! Friday Evening 710= p.m. \
; _
i I I Fi-h Fry, sponorel: by the U :; } I .,
Sawing & /Loan Ass J::O pew ._. __ Evening; Service j I I County Fire Prevention Co ir.:it- ?, /I \ e I
'rayer meetingednesday '. tee. On returning to Washii: !..Lan .I.1fj1/f I \ r 1\\
'I IIj lli
7:30 p.m.: on Sunday, I was guest speaker \
202 Arlcn'cic! Avenue! t 't\I\ Jql 2 Ibs. 79c g
d.. for Layman's Day at the SX hPrcdbjterian 1 : ,
ST. rnUIl'b EPlbCOl'AL::; I Church of V. ashmgton (
CHURCH D. C. It was a wondeifw E ,
-- --- ------., --' I The Uev. James D. Ellisor! Rector I weekend end: I was f.,tl 1e. to visit 'u- f DAISY C
7 -- I <.30 A.M. Holy communion I "\1..uion' d greet. some ..,:-.>:0 friends '' _
I':I |toO A.M. '- Choral\ Eucharist I I and constituents doling this: : '' \j1 ; CHEESEI lb. 49c
Ut5 A 11 ft church School I I whirlwind trip to the 8th Dist .:t. : I If
V t
= b:00 P.M. Episcopal Young o.

I ( is the schedule of every 1
i Sunday with the exception of the I There has teen coiisidsraWespeeuktion V SIRLO! !! or wePt
last Sunday of the n.onth) Sf k

= YOU i I *; I I this year fcr that salary t;: we increases may vote for I 604 Athntlc! t Avenue T BOtH F @ If 7 ( I

... LAST SUNDAY MONTH OF THE I Members of Congress. I have t .u -- _...

I 7:30. A.M. Communion been asked by a number of !
: at m l Holy I MAXWELL HOUSE 1 lib. Tin
m'tJ I 10.CO: A.M. Morning Prayer friends how would vot pn such. j
\ lMV O I and Sermon legislation my answer is NO! I II LIY's $1 SALE COFFEE.59c
11:15 A.M. Church School do not believe it is the time to 'D Q

16:00: P.M. Episcopal Young consider pay increases for Hem- |t LIMIT ONE \\ITI1 $5.00 FOOD ORDER @
II Churchmen hers.of Congress. I.have favored .
'. i Gst Your Tsssks : _vr L wi I I increasing travel allowances for i I) I jI It 1 $1 FOOD FAIR nTTbTrb
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH|i: Members from one to three trips i i i I Meal ?
to tbeir home districts annually AOFFEE /\
Eei' nd filled I Bailey Road 3 E C &
dv (! ,
J. C. BYRD, PASTOR I I and { have also supported a small*

i: Sunday School .__.__..? 10 A.M. i I increase for office supplies, t} $4' LIMIT ONE \\lTIi $5.00 FOOD ORDER eorn
Befgre Tbe ;: Morning Worship; ......._... 11 A.M.I since Congress i3 now in session! f I-I
BffORnHf WiMJIR RU H Evening Service ...._.._ 7:30 PJJ. I:'I most cf the year. Transportation : C Qee asFOR: & 38 oz. Each r
is one of the major expenses i incurred '
T? :
), Firs! Cold Dy! NORTH Ulh STREET by Members. Normally I ; 0 49'
BAPTIST CHURCH I must make from ten to twelve FOCRISCOO1 m

Rev. Ran Humphreys, Pastor trips home each year at ny: own Ii j 8 Peaches FOOD ORDER 9

HEATING) PROBLEMS ? 3:45 a.m. _._... Sunday School i expense. A Congressman's great I 4
.. h:110 a.m. ,.r.._ Morning Worship est extra expenses are caused by : HALVES OR, SI-fCES ,
.-f 7:00 p.m. _. __ B.T.U. i the ((1)) cost of double horse main-: \ 0 F FOil .. 39c 1
EXCELLENT LINE OF i 8,00 Evening tenaneeaver( rental here is
SEE ; Worship
7:30 p.m. Mid-Week Services from -250 to $480 monthly); ((2)) Tomato Juice .
[ WednesdayTABERNACLE : the biennial qualifying fee ($1- i e1 i
MEA 4r j 125.00 in Florida; (3)) visits; i, g 32 oz. LIBBY
QUAKER !home; and (4.) the campaign t '
h I BAPTIST ', each two years when those is op- $ FRUIT DRINK 9& : l'
w I, CHURCH 'i position Fruit Cocktai '
i ii ,
\mclia Road -r Phone 231-3JS7 5 FOR 9 9
Meta Loyd Chambers Pastor i LEGISLATION PPROVED BYTHP4 : Pineapple Grapefrujt
Good Sunday School 10 a.m., I HOUSE : @) : # TWO w7TiS.qO/ FOOD 'ORDER
Morning) Worship 11 a.m..i GARDEN SWEET JJMIT :
: Kvenlng Worship 7pm.! (lit I) H. R. 7 WJW1\4\ various i '
vVednesday: : Service .,__._-. 7 p.m.,''! sections of title 23 of the U.I I' g : $i1' FRESH GREEN Each
I } S. Code, relating to the Federal- Peas /
M aid Cleared for 5 FOR *
highway: system ( I CUCUMBERIS.3c
Housekeeping 'I' __ _
i ,I Presidential action); ((2)) II. R. '': :
7S14, to amend the Social Security '
; i Act to States and $ FRESH JUDY Each J
II ; assist communities -
t ASKINSI I i Vienna
in preventing and eoai- Sausage :
: i 5 FOR
: !11 I I .\ Gas I I bating mental retardation (Clear.. GRAPEFRU113c, ; V
LAOHDROFMTFREE rd for Presidential action); (3)) .
Ii H. r.. 6237 to authorize grants 1 ROME BEAUTY i .' 3 Ibs.! J
for the collection, reprod action,: $1 :
Co. COFFEE E and publication of documentary "f Corn -; 6 FOR APPLES ;; . 29c ItI.

L 225-5146 For Our Customers i history source material of the J United significant States to; the(4) -U. S. 1 25 Ibs.

YULEE, FLA. Mrs. Katjiryn Abels I H. R 8CG7, authorizing addition.. I. 6Fo)11 .tA\\tEst"\ I
w- Attendant I al appropriations for certain riv Catsup : : 79c"J
A Line Of Appliances
Complete er basins; (5)) H. R. S821, revis
WI I 515.South Eighth Street ting the method of paymentsbjr'

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New -wder. Fernandina: Beach Florida Thursday OUober 31, 1963 Page Thirteen '

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... -- THREE BEDROOMS, 2 baths,
9 m'flwi

WANT AD RATES large breakfast family nook room, dining, cedar room lined, SITUATION WANTED II Too Late To Classify [; PIllEY i1 Rsysnisr FillsWeodpulp ':" schools teenagers-are an in more increase U. S. secondary of mortt

.(Lpt'f word .15 minimum storage room large double gar than 4Jrr; iu the past decatL' W'i
age, covered patio. Lot 13G x 19!).L BY RUSSELL KAY .JI Order
I : 11t i year local advertisers inve4.t'4
Card of Thanks. Revolution .
1803: Beech St. Phone 2G1-41G7. WHITE LADY wants domestic: '!I
and Similar Notice tic work by week. Can care for !I You never know when a simple lett rs. It is my duly prayer of ,! 5G<4 more doa U's in !wspaitP

, 83 per word 11.00 minimum children, do ii.chen: work, do thought or idea! will sink into thankfulness, "Lord, I. do give ,; lyBIUPINNIT For Climii{! Firm : to-school Jderbsng months.dui"'ng the i-i. ":': ..l

I Cal 261-3686: or\2G1.i687:! CHARLES CHESTER Air Cush- ironing at home (lOe piece). your sub-conscious and stay with I Thee thanks for the abundance: !I i I

ad ion Shoos for men, women, 1'Looe' 2Ijtafter 5. 031? you over the years. I that is mine." I cm alive I have Ralph Houk gave out with a Orders for $2'10rt39'orth' of j 1:I "

or place At ,office made to Reasonable I recall i!: health food mine for the taking big smile last week destin-l
measure. I --- --- ---- I i one suh incident! many < u when he was ,bleached saIHte'oodpulp i: "Prosperity is something you

f 511 Ash Street price3. Phone 2Gl- 8j2 for appointment -! years ao when I was touring! !I II :,. ray needs: are always met named "Manager of th; Year ei for a firm in Tawan have been feel l, fold, and send to Wa.hn >'

J. Redmond Kelly. I I031c Ia WANTED ,the I state with the late artist and and I am happy, in the American League.It 'I'placed! with Rajonier lac. plant I ton." E )I. Reousburg.b.a

---- ---- poet Don Biandlng. Ke confided'in' Stunned, Blanding forgot the was the kind of smile we| at Fercscdina Beach, Fla. according (Calif.) Prtw.SEE .

0 FOR SALE -- WANTED TIIINKIN 'ma me, that but, for the eneourag- 1 dreadful mission that had brought won't see again until next year. j to the Agency for International - .-'-

LARGE 10 ROOM HOME who shop ahead for Christmas.. ing words of a poor Hawaiian! him to the beach. U this ragged : Jack Kennedy will give out witha Development j I I

9 converted to 2 apartments. 421 Robiscn Jewelry Company has bo7 he would probably: have be- ycuth could find comfort and I similar grin when he is named Financed tnder the United .

hojjany.PC DINING$30. ROOM Phone suite, ma. North 3rd. Ph. 2G1-3452. tie i a wonderful, wide assortmentof come a suicide: when his wori! f aee in simple payer why "Candidate of the Yeah: in the t States economic
after 5. 2GM898 gifts and jewelry for all collapsed: around him a few years couldn't! he. He began to count' American Lag." I in the Republic of.China, the

N7c: FOR RENT I tastes. Lay-Away now. tfc. before. his blessings and employed that i But back to Houk and the I orders were received by Rayonier

ANTIQUE CHINA fob platter! 2. ------- -- i,. He had gone to the beach alone, : simple prayer many times a day. smile that brought a million I from a fiber manufacturer: in 1964 FORDTRADE..ltiS

plates, $15. Bedrooa. suite, $45. | --' intending to just walk\ into the !: His reward was even greater l laughs to Los Angeles. He was I! Taipei. .

Pining) tabe! $19. Coffee table, i BEACH WINTER RENTALS CLASSIFIED water and end it all Then the achievement in life. the logical"i choice i'l' the Little :I U. S, ecenomic aid to National- ,

$7.sO. Hi-chalr, $250. Crib and! gas heat, ranging from $25 to DISPLAY 'I i :I was reminded of this by an League branch cf the majors. it China! including provisions for '

mattress, needs rcpajr: $3. Odds ( $75 monthly. Can completely I' Hawaiian boy appeared and sensed j article in the current issue of Ralph took a team of green j importing: essential eocimodit'es! ,

and end Behind Yulee furnish. For information call W. that Blanding's mind was the Reader's Digest condensed .
School, I kids of a bankrupt Yankee organitatien i is designed to stimulate. econo- j
white! and green house. Phone I. McCranie, 2614642. ,tic i troubled. Tty conversed for a !from the Sarasota Herald Tribune and worked a mircale. : -me developaeat so it. can achieve -- -

,2615284. 031e i bit and the youth said: "Mr. I entitled, "Never the Small The Yanks had failed to win the I self-sustaining growth while also 1961] FALCON
Blending, are brooding over'
PERSONALIZED'---Chrikrars-card3.- apt, recently redecorated. See !I: Sewing Machines I losses that mean nothing In relation ; Stuff, j pennant twice in the 13 years carrying a heavy defense burden. 2-Poir, IiaIiOand : "
,' It tells how the life of Walter from 1947 through '59 and fin- I Under current AID pohciet $99F-
Hone 2f.l-3372( for appointment. at 2212 Florida Ave. Phone 231- to me have 1 Hc.tler(
you every.
SALES AND: SERVICE Farle/ was changed by the ad. ished no better than first in 'CO more than 80 percent of economic
IIi!. I). A. Kelly:' 031c 5359.!) 031p I II th'ng, money, fame, success, I 1
: '," ALL 'MAKESSINGER vice of a small boy hs had picked I Houk took over in 'Gl an-i won aid funds is obligated for expen- *
while have only the clothe: I
ELFCTRIC: RANGE 'in good con-I FURNISHED GARAGE apt. Two back and u? on the road. Always an im. the pennant that: year and in 'C2 diture within the United States. ,

dltion; $1500 Phdne.. 211-3331.1 bedrooms, garage, front and CO. ; upon mother ray taught me a prayer symbolized my ,, patient man he had let littlethng.1 and '63.The |I For the last fiscal year preliminary 1959 I
'- I drive hhn to distraction of the Year :: figures show that 1.3 billion
031e: back porches. lively view of j "Manager CUSTOM
_J j KEl'RCSEtfrATlYE.MARY with the U'ters: L. I. D. G. T. T. FORD
--" i Thy were cradling along behind honor trobably wasn't given Houk 'dollArs I in AID funds werp 51 eat
ocean.: Year round. 255 S. Flet- ,
Write these
T. M.
BEDRboM F. T. A. I. I I'
THREE : cement block t cher. tic ; : a gigantic: truck the kind you for winning the American loenchamnion'hip. for goods and services in this 300
K's DEPT. STORE down them over and over
house. Pay clotfnjj! cos's take say
I i -- I can't see around. Attempts to Not only dd: he pilot country.

up payments $73 ,'month.. Phone I DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT Phone i i.53 1.ATLANTIC and roar happiness prClbensi.l! will attend melt! : pass were futile. His anger his team to another pennant j i I'I I 4-Dcor $795

2G1-3291!) 031c unfurnished. Corner 4th and AVE. away." rroun'ed until he was a bundle I His mastering! of favoreJ Yanks

WATERFRONT- ,-TWO' ::1 --"bedroom I Calhoun, across street tram I you. j of nerves and fury. 'I' forced the Powers to four game .

frame house with.. School St. Joseph's Academy. "'I Curious: Elanding:; asked foi anj The( boy at Us side noted his in the World St,-il's. OUTBOARD
garage, ploi :
explanation: of the mysterious and said "Calm would be difficult to fin4 1958 .
2 extra: lot*. $10,000 by owner. Phone 201-4200 or 2G1-3800. tfc PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE predicament j It .

Phore 2GMSG1. 031c I down, Mr. Farley, don't sweat another man in baseball who ciuld FORD FAIRLANE ;
.- TWO BEDROOM apartment FOR BIDS PUBLIC NOTICE the small stuff." Startled, Far better that record. Finding one ; SU NtI
'S3: CHEVROLET, v-$ motor with partly furnished. Electric kit The cf Board Nassau cf C:County W1ty, Florida Commissioners ( mv.te NOTICE OF BIDS hey bean to think. All his life who couldn't would be imnrssibl 500

over l'ive. $350: ciua. Se at 5GTi chen. Hot water furnished. Ph. bar far furOiSiuag tie following eqiip- I The Board cf Cxjaty: Cmmisaoners he had, worked himself into ai I No wonder Houk smiled. He H.T.V8 Radio

S. Fletcher jhone n-5S7S. I 225-5 031p. I ment: of Nassau County Florida invite : lather little things that has of humor. $595
..- __ I' Oitt New Tandem Drive diesel engine I bUs fur furaiaLng Cas Equip rent: over a sense I di % and H-rter: I
031c Mtr-gr..oer wtiJJng not less > aid Installing HejtlRg System tt the really didn't matter a too .
t .- I! FURNISHED APT. $50 per i'! toon :.IOCO IDS.. tngine ta oe not less ,' Nassau Ccunty Jifl steak at a restaurant, a lost I "The way college costs are skyrocketing Overdrive
NOTICE It'i later than I Flctdlcr'Ave. I I than 115 horsepower. Grader to be |i Ca.i.p.ele nescltptionith specif (
month. S. I
you I 1740 equipped with aircct eltiinc startiaj calicns: of Equipment and install: ition.i garment in the( laundry, the red I educaton will soon bs ,
think-- Time to reserve your Ph. 2613781. tic W:W by 24 tires. 10 ply.! front and i!i may be obtained by Contacting: I>. 0. light that takes tea long to as expensive a? insarance." I Far CaUer Risks
Christmas selections at Robi- rear and a cjinpletcly enclosed cab O at breakfast. I.. Riehwood (W. Ya )
burnt toast John Teets
iiiOoM : toita! EJiely glass. I i 1 10.! Nassau County C..u'lhJU3e. Fer. I change,
son Jewelry Company, on their furnished apart-i I nunjina: L-ata, FRrUa. t 4.pcir)
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I Price to be for dcu/ery ta Nassau., He asked himself, why! i Nicholas Republican.
confront! LaY:A' y I'lan. I 3id.mcnt, private entrance. 421 tfc N. ', 20 C3Ui'.y Pn-on Fjrai. HUi.: 'd. 1loJriJa.1 j|IO. days Delivery.Cv
_i -J| tic. II I _. ._ 1 I : ylete! uuaiption with specifications !i I iius icacis, not later tun la; :00i i admonition to heart. He I II ed in life and justified i worry

1037 PLYMOUTH V-8 hardtop, .1-ONE FURNISHED one unIut.!: of equip1lent and: aecessuiies at.t..cl.ed {i i I i o'clock at which A.M.tine. en same November will be 13th.opened 1DC3i I became a changed man and ceased -!j not the trifflin? every day harDenmsys I & SO:1: Htsserre
! blue! and white, Radio and heater : nhhed apartment, oceansiue.: j wtil as tneie net pr.price te. must equpment be shoun on as I tead'and considered: to become angry at small ,)' like the truck on the
Tne Itoard: reserves Ke njirt to reject 508 Atlantic
'i II III j stuff. lIe learned that he was' bit of spilt
each and bid.
pU3h button drive. Coed for Year round. 126' S. Fletcher. I I every any or all bids. highway or a gravy :
eofond car or miU] car. $275 tfc1PIUVATE !I l B.ds slculd be filed with D. 0. Ox- Dated tUs lend: day of October. better prepared to meet big' stuffprob'ems ca his jacket by a careless
Phone 2613138. c I Picne 2C1-5J71
ley, Cleik ta lioard: of County Commisuoner 1263. because : t
cash. Phone 2Gi. "C7. I when they arose waiter.
ne --- --- | not L.i2t Slim 10:Ou o'clock i
i -L---_ I AM.., November at vtucnux.e Jim Thomas he had learned to COfttl'flll) IKe has far greater .
ROOM with bath fe 13th 1SC3. \ Today I
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FUjXALUM CUSTOM MADE block of Post Office. Private I consUerel sane 'AU be cpcnva. read and i iTte I lard C.un y Commissioners. himself in reLtion to small!} stuff. i iI I meaning to Walter Farley. thanit i 1 I Ii Motor (0. :

Venetian blinds measured and entrancePhone 261-5180, 2C1- ,I i Uoard reserves the right to rejtci Nassau Ccunty. Floiiaa.ATTEST lIe tabulated the big stuff as hu did berore he' picked up a ,

i any cr cil bids. I : health and the health of hu family : hUeh-h'k'n kid tie hghway: I
iz\s\ lloo. Wide ran3: of colors. 4341. tfc :, D..ted; this 23rd day of October. D. 0. Oxley Clerk. I on
I Ford
PORTER & LOVEQUIST Color A.D. 13C3. i 2t 1324! 31 their happiness, a certain: I whose inborn wisdom if not hi I -

Center Phone 2 l":; %;ig. tics VACATION APIS I IOCEANFHONT I II J 111\ Thomas, Chairna ---- I :;nmount of security, c'ose friends, I i years had taught hm to distin- Since 1910

--- ---- I APT. completely I II Board County Commissioners.! I PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE love and understan 'nl!. These guish between the. b.g; ani:! t1 .

OLDSMOBILE '. 93, radio, I furnished Dsy, week, ormmflfl.' N-uiJU: County., t'lcrb.1.Attest OF SILE were thethingsthat rellycount! I i scull stuff J If r 11
Notice is r ere: by given tht::! pursuant ... .
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I heater, power steering, brakes. l 581 S. Fletcher A\c. 2G1.587tn.1 Oxley. 1024. 31 I it a Final Decree of I'orec'!"!:vire '" -- ,::,.r'I-! ;"; it.: ....:..t -: u "',. 1';' ""'
$GOO cash.: Ph. 281-5273. tfc I entered in Care Numbered 2721, laS ftc .
L Circuit Court of Nassau C''u ty. FIT- j 0 '
: ida I will sell the property situated in
REMNANTVINYL ACCOLON UPPER LECK AI1S. comPlete-I PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE I Nassau County, Florida, described as: I :
in"$tock. 9 ft. width. $U5 sq. FOR BIDS Al! of that certain l"1t. piece or plr.
furnis he J
ly lx
eel 'enl i'inte l Iyu an-1 n!?
yd. Porter & Lovequbt Color Phone 2C1-3U8. tfc' The Board of County Commission. in the Se 'n Cachen t'r-'nt or Sco. :
cr\ter.h. 2G1-30C8. ticCALENIARS i ers of Nassau C-unly rionuj. invite lion :SO: Townsh'o 3 N-'ith, Range .
, I bids: [or furnishing tue following tqj.p-: 23 East Nassau C"nr'..y. Flon i, ..
TWO ROOM furnished: apart-j! ment: and being farther kn-'wn and de-
BUSINESS GIFTS tale 'i yard medium weigU drag senbed as Lot S'X |16. cI toe SuHdivr .
AdveMsmj: specialties, busi- ment. iucket: complete with Siuve unjcain $.-n knrtwn is r\j'HEN LOT ,
and n"t le:;s bun nJu Ibi.Pi TWENTY according to pIt recorded
$ cards book Phone
nt ,
,( n. F. SAJLMAN 'ice U te for ..e1i.er) to N.ssau; n Pi 't Book 3, Page 33 cf the
H-3872< for appointment. J. CoolLy Piibcn Farm lUhard FiariJa.Coinplele : Pub'e records of N ssu CuJ; ', CQNA1ER C'iI'L'H : "
PHONE 2C1-3J2I .
Redmond Kelly. 031c aesciiptton with specifications Florida.:
t of equipment and accessories atUcLed ''I at public sale to the kighet and bert
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tTpF YEAR ROUND two bedroom I thereto price of eqwpl;ent. as I bidder f-r cash, at tte main door cl
ELF.TRIC: start Johnson -
well net cast be shown .
as pnce on the Nassau Ountv Courthouse in FerInandBM '
outboard motor run only 3 furnish or unfurnished apart-I each and every Lid. I B ach.: Florida, between the I w ,
hours. meat on beach. Phone 2 bids SlOW be tiled uilh D. 0. Ox. here cf 11:00 A.M. ani 2:CO P.M. on
Mr. Connelly
.. Clerk to Hoard of County Com '
2G157G1.tfc ley. the 12tH day of Never her A D 1 63.
'". Howard Hammond. 221 S. 'Iet-I missioners not tuter than 10:(X) o'clock I The sf Ie cf sail c'uce being J S !
cher. tfc A.M.. November ISto.: 113! at which 12 FT. MAHOGANY ply wool I I tine same will be opened, read and I Veterans Affairs an O' icer of te Un.I .
: 1:0000000H td. I lied States ef Amerce.: Plamt'ff vs. H: "
boat, 3 hp Johnson, Champtilt i Tne Hoard: reserves the right to reject -I JOHN A SMITH, JR. aol VEtN1THAI P R IN TONG
trailer. Lkc! new. Call 2019Q30 MISCELLANEOUSPERSONAL I any or all bids. u. SM1TII. LB wife. 3n" DELMITS E H
I airs l1)lWIE JEAN CBIIV/S. .
;> or 261-5188. tic I i A.D.Dated, lri.3.this 23rd. day cf October I CRESTS his .ife. D&niants.wIT:4sS .
hand and the seil of
i Jun Thomas. Chairmzrt! MY
807-STANLEY completely I: Santa: I really Board County Commissioners said court tins :!th day of October, : -r'

redecorated, 3 bedrooms, oak need a new watch for Christmas. I I NaijSuU County Huridx A. D.lCourt .
I Why not lay it while! i i Attest: I ( Seal) D. 0 OXLEY .'
floors, nice pali |$ 1,000. Only away now U. O, Oxley Clerk Clerk of Circuit Ccutt
$tOO down. the selection: is good at Robuon 2t : 10-24. 31 THOMAS t:. HALL '
11 North Fourth Street : il ;
Jewtlry Companyt I I I !:
)' niadini Iich. J'1cIrid x"
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LARGE, TWO bedroom house at Love Ann. tfc I Il.u1' I PUBLIC NOTICE Attorney for Plaintiff. :

Five Points. Beautiful: lot. i NOTICE OF APPLICATION I It 10.:21 'JsA .

Need month. repairs. $100 1 down' $57 ALCOHOLICS help with your ANONYMOUS drink- !.I FOR See. TAX 194.lt,DEED F.S. PUBLIC NOTICE .- > : : Specialty. Wffh. tfs

ing problem Write Box 338,i I NOTICE IS H ':}lEiY; UVEN thatC. NOTICP TO C'EnJT"S ,i. :, :'t'
vf vf ,
C. Fuqua. Jr. the holder of the n.OIJSTATTT'fES .
ONLY DOWN ((5150 City or Phone.. Jax. El 67700. has filed 'aid LV THE CORT Qf] TH"1 Cot "TY : .
$350 $ a 1 .. following certificates ,:. -
month Buys small three Bedroom tie l certificates for a tax deed to be Issued I J UDC$. VSS1U COUNTY FLOtt. 'Jo 1 sv : : 7', -, '- .
!I thereon The certificate numbers IDA IV PBO'JATE. I t' .,: V, t. ;
two bath home. Paneled and years of b'"SUJDCe. the descnpI In re: Estate of .
living room r Fire place. : LOST MALE chocolate point I Uon of tne property and the names. Julia B. Cb..t'\\Ick.: Defraud.To ,a'i", '
Siamese Rabies in. which It -ed. are a foitruncate All Creditors asS Persons Hiving .
eat Edtpr. j tin was ass? *
off ocuTtted friendly.I Reward of lows: I Chims or Demands Acaiost: Said Estate .: '* : Checl: your supply of Letterheads! Envelopes! Business "
: No. 96. Year of Issuance I : I : : .
T. Ferreira Son .
John &
fered. Phone 2614998. 031p isa I II You ani eirh nf you are hereby notified ': .. .. .; .i -__
5M\tUnie!i Ave. Phone 2C1SI7ITWO Block ISO I I and w f :
Inscription of Property required to present any :
., VANITY BEAUTY SHOP -I f tuts. 1. S Town of Billiard'I I II ci,"ms ?n>) demands which YOU, or : .i_ '' Cards, Office Forms, cr any other kind of printing you
BEDROO17hOME I Name in which assessed unknown I either of you, nay have against ftc :..
: Permanent from $5.95. Pre All of said property being in the : estate of J'trIQ P Chatiw.cV. deceased.Tite ..
LIVING ROOM, kitchen and bath, scription Beauty Service at A: County of Nasssu, teof Florid I' d said Countv to the C'>ur\ .

Two-car garage and extra large: budget prices Ph. 20M38S. tfe I I cates Unless h.Jl soon be Uficte resettled or according certifi, Juige-: Ifice rf I\assu in tte.: cwt C'U'lt.y house Florid-f >sin alM's ., may!. require end if tile quantify b l low just. give. us a call.,

room downstairs. Completely to law tie property orttribed to such I nut* at 1 ernandim, Peach: I lorHattWiBi i : 1 L 't : ; ; :" .
insulated. Fur' WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS certificate or feftateates *fil be sold sir calendar: mnctt from the h..fII j h..1'' V .
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:weatherstripped make. Stoves cleaned. to the highest bidder at the courthouse thoe of the fijrt puhlicatm of tu : \
nished. On city } erage. 70 x : any door oa tEll firsl Monday m I T'Uee o Two crptes U each dim or -
125:! lot. 1G75 S. Fletcher.. $10- Bay, sell, repair used furniture. Mcnih cf December. ISO.: hfeh is the' Demand sbail be ia wntirg. and shaU
&0. Ph. 281-3112 or 22:>- 29.f. tfc I lad day of December, lid sr\te tfe pa eN residence srrt post'I I If we have printed for you before, a phone call will start ,
Dated tu$ 21st djy of October 1963 !ffce address:: of the cbimant an':
,- 't'r D O Oxiey '! i-jll lie sworn t0 by the claimant, hi' :
BEDROOM HOME HOME MADE POILN'D cakes, Clerk cf Circuit Coun of Na sa'uCyunty I !"gent.s'or .ettarcy ani accvnpime'l ,. : > .
TJIREE layer and birthday cakes,. pies. .! Flotida bv a filing fee t'ene dol'ar! and sucfcchinn :, t \ i ::5 f. 'our; presses: turning! cs we keep a complete I file at our
LIVING ROOM I. dining area, kitchen 4t 1O.1. a, 11-*, 14 or demand net so filed shall be : .
All kind Call Patricia ,Lodge. ,. void .
and uthty: room. Carport '
261-5332. tie Elizibeth C. Dresser
J larj e landscaped yard, fenced PUBLIC! NOTICENOTICE As rlmmfetritnx rf the Estate of i .fingertips of all printing produced in our plant. :
be Julia I'. Chadwick riece!'!ed.
backyard. 10250. Must seent ,
FOUND A HANDY iAY to CF KUS 4t 18-31 11-7 14. 21 "

be appreciated. 207 S. 15th do your talklay! shopping now. The Ho&rd ers of Nassau Honda invite "i. .
I ..... Robison.Jewelry Comp nJ will bids f JF furnishing xicrel and metalasphalt 1ii..1 i ...* I.: ... <, V. ,
ofr .
be chid troW i. covered robcrt ripe far tteperBtfTSglniun '
t& jou(j Lchcijg. NOTICE OFFOB rrJ"'TlO '
;, FIVE POINTS on ,their Lay.A way Plan. tic RSveLiblr 13th. 19t3 TAX Drn Our printers take pride in their work and you are assured :
and ending Stpun.ber SCtu 1964 Sec. 1)1 IS, FS.NOrTrE .' : .
OVER 1COO SQUARE feet ---- : :
Pipe no smaller than 12 inches or IS HEREBY riVEN, thil '. :f
masonry construction, 3 bedrooms FLOOR SANDING ana refinish larger than GO inches a diameter. C A. Tr..."!-ons fe rJer of the ffllowin :"

fam:ly room, living room ing. Floor tile Paul E. Hanson. I Concrete pipe and metal asphalt ? certfic-tes: ha' filed said eer of a neat, clean and accurate job ;- .. :
covered to be funusi.ta as .
pipe t.-iicates: fir a tax deed to be Issued ->
and dining! room. Two tile bath, ,Phone 2614609. tfe, required by Hoard County Comnussicners thereon.: The certificiU numbem and .ia ..o:1 V 'J ." : '. .' '" ''. ; :
- -- -- Nassau: County Fionda. of 1- : : : "tr' I # .' .
dLp well. 100 x 100 lot $12GOO I years issuance: 'description ol .0. : o > .
Prices per f jot to be F.0.B. at Jobsite the property and the n*"'es ir. .whicfe, !I .;.-- : .
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in Nassau Ccunty. Florida.I it assessed lows : : 'i t; :
HELP WANTED wu ?re as : ; : ;- "t < :
SIXvROOM ,I Complete description! and specificaj C'.trtifitte No S Yea c| I"suaree' I'M t PHONE ... ...., : { .:. .' '
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MASONRY home '
InFjve j tbns product. *uul, accogipujay eaqh I ejcraitJ" ot Pmoerty Lot 41 Secti'm u..d- ..- .!:. ..
Points area. Five acresami and every bid.: 1 townsl-: 3 North Range 23E. :: t \ / { ;. \" 1... I'

barn. Deep well, $8,000. WAITRESSESGeorgia rand I Bios Oiju-j be filed with D. 0. Ox-. Name ia which: assessed Bral'ey & 2613686I ., "'c. .'." "'-i'.,,. ',f,.. :
.. ley. Gere to Beard cf County Commls.fi''I1ecs. Bai'eyAU J"j>
_. Florida Motel 1 and Restaurant f t. i" ;'' .4':., .
r 'r Nassau Ccunty. Courthcuse, of sit: property tcb? 1h the', i '. .
Two miles South of Kingshnd' eacX Florida, not later 'or' ., -
&6ACRES WITH 2 bedroom jTenuMma. : county of N SSCB. Stater of Florida. ; J'- ,;_, :
than 10:W o'clock A.M. November Unless such :
certificate eertifi.
on U. S. 17. N7p o ..
home on Old Jacksonville Highway ... 13th. 1T! at which time same Hill be rates shall be redeemed according to: 1
near Amelia River Very considered. law the property described in seth A BEACH r :
Ine iMwrd the to
reserves right reject certificate or ctrfifitfaies wilT b? sold .
rich soil, ideal for small truck maid jobs. $35-$55 week. Fare any or all bids. i to the highest bidder at toe courthouse ,

farm. Deep well. Large garage. advanced. Mallory Agency Lyn- Dated this 23rd. day of October i dnor on the first Monday mModta ,.i\ : .
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AD. 1963. 1 of D csxber, 10G3, wrick is .: :. I
Ojly 11000. VA loan available. brook, N. Y. N21p Jim Thomas Chairman I the 2nd. day of Decemfcev. "Vtt, ', .. ., a'LJ
Board County Commissioners I'' Dated this 30% tftr'"f October. 1363. :J "
'PETE INGRAM, SalesmanLL.Rha.I1Iger Nassau County, Flooda. D. O. Oxley. Clerk

; Trade At Home- D.Attest'A 0. Oxley Ex.Oflicio'Cenk. "* I ., Clerk County.of Orruit Florida Court of Nassau .- .

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Most Popular Models. Distinctive Styling. This House /*...:= = YISTER / 4t E 1 d- wwq iS

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Burns and Brewer are currently building
., i in three locations: BURNS And BREWER ACCENT ON VALUE

Pirates Cove near Atlantic Ave- -
nuc and the Beach. \F .i. A G-E Electric Dream Jt"
Clinch Drive which is ehen Can Be Yours '<<-Ar
6 an extension BUILDERSJOHN
Kingsberry Home. !
: of South 7th St., just south ..: <.',y '\,' '., Efficient, Labor-Saving GVb|
Ovens, Dishwashers and Insposata
of the cit limit I .
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9 At various locations on scattered fr BARNES, Sales I Director Pure Pleasure.

,. lots all around town. ;">319 South. 8th Street Phone 261-3606,";,.,. ... --'. .
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