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: November 7, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024610
oclc - 33142109
notis - AFA6512
lccn - sn 95026706
System ID: UF00079912:00045
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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Since 1858_ Absorbed by Purchase. Merger or Succession, The Florida News. The East Floridian, The Peninsula. The ernanoma Conner ine Island City, FeraaJd-na Ooserver Fernandina Express The Fernandina New The Florida Mirror. The Nassau County Star. The News The Fernandisa Record.
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,:, !I! /uslfamJ n Nassau Endorses I Court Closed Post Office House MondayAll To and Be Burns Is Guest' Speaker At Annual Chamber Meeting;;w I

' Haydon Burns, mayor of Jack.

'I. n OI < Courthouse offices in will the be Nassau closed County Monday -. I :- -- sonville proposed, spoke amendments briefly to.on the the

in observance of Veterans .S State Consttution and
State Amendments at lengthon
iI Day.The the general outlook for FlorIda -
I post office will also 6 f I : as he addressed
;, t, .......III....W..,' ..\ '!" -It ,I closed in observance and mal. Chamber of Commerce over membersand

Only 943 of 6,669 registered although 380 in, Nassau voted will not be delivered Monday. I I guests at the annual banquet

t # A program underway by City county voters turned out Tues: against the amendment to shift I Sf Thursday night.

Manager David Gatchel and other day to cast their ballots for three the election of state officials I Last Rites Held Burns said that he approvedthe
city personnel might well be proposed amendments to the from the presidential election i amendments on financial assistance .
, termed "Operation Spruce-up." I Florida Constitution, three Nassau year to the normal off-year elec to higher education in
Currently city equipment is comIng County school trustees and tion. This number against was I Here Tuesday For the state and the issuance of revenue

in for new paint jobs and the allowable 10 mill levy for opposed to 477 for. certificates to promote increased
overhauling. Most of the city's the Special Tax School District I Ii In Nassau, 725 voted for recreational facilities .,in
vehicles now have or will have,, i No. 1 of Nassau County. I II Amendment No. 2 with 168 voting I' W.F.McCallSr.Walter the state for the future.

contrasting white with the city's I I Nassau County went along i against This amendment I However, the speaker, who is
regular yellow color scheme., provided for the. issuance of Lr expected to announce as a can
with the state majority in approving Foster McCall, Sr., 79 : _
Police cars will be standardized : all three amendments,, bonds for capital Outlay at institutions was interred in Bosque Belle didate for governor l later this
with black bodies and white doors I I of higher learning. This Cemetery Tuesday mornin fol L '' ? month, spoke against Amendment .
and with the decal had the : No.1 which will
tops, city's on I amendment received lowing funeral service at 10 a.m. shift the
the doors. All police cars now of- Stone New greatest publicity of the three at the First Baptist Church. The ... election of state officials from
fer better protection for the officers Prexy and considerable pressure was Rev. James T. Dunnam, pastor, the year in which presidential
in the form of a screen I I brought to bear by* educational : officiated. MAYOR HAYDON BURNS, of Jacksonville, was guest speaker at the annual Chamber elections are held to the off-year

between the front and rear seats. : Of Baptist Home leaders throughout the state. i af. of Commerce banquet Thursday night. Shown at head table, left to right, Mayor elections. S
McCall died
This eliminates the possibility oi For Amendment No. 3 there I Mr. Saturday Memorial and Mrs. E. J. Johnson, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewellen Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Fieri- Burns said that this would

any danger from offenders, oi i were 606 votes as opposed to 256 i ternoon at Humphreys niken, Mrs. Burns, Burns, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Butler and State Rep. Claude Win- make the governor elected in
since back doors also For Children Hospital. 1964 virtual lame duck
i This amendment I
escape, against. provides I l&fore
gate. Also at head table were Mrs. Wingate and ,Rev. and Mrs. James Dunnam.
have no inside handles. The new for the issuance of revenue i i He was a member of the First he took office in that ne would
color scheme and the protective H. F. (Hugh) Stone, Jr., this certificates for the purchase of ,I Baptist Church and a charter have to run again in 1966.' lie
screens are the handiwork of I week became the first lands and the development of i member and first president oi: added that it would be difficult

John Balogh, vehicle' mainten. ,I outside of Jacksonville to person be I (Continued on page six) i the Fernandina Beach Lions Club: for any governor to implementa

ance superintendent and his crew, named as president of the Baptist I He was recently presented a program for a two-year pjrtojd.In .
Other spruce-up activity includes i Home for Children in that lifetime membership by the club, vJli speaking on education -in
cleaning of downtown sidewalks i city. I U. S. 17 1 Accident He was a former member of the general, Burns cited that Florida
and of traffic lines, Masonic lodge in Waycross, Ga '
repainting I I has an archaic approach to this
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curbs and the like. The city ma. w't"'V"- ; Claims Life Of He is survived by two sons, i I field as evidenced by th -low
rina area is rapidly reaching top ii1 Jack Eugene McCall of Santa i ranking of the state and tit Individual .
shape and will present a hand. r'j. '>' Anna, Calif., and Walter F. Me- : ; ? counties on the national

some appearance with the com : Wm. Freeman 18 Call, Jr., of St. Petersburg; two I [ level. .-
pletion of landscaping, installation f- daughters, Mrs. J. Warren Jackson In conclusion, Burns acJt
of picnic tables, and the refurbishing fI Sr., and Mrs. Kenneth Star- briefly on the economy of municipalities .
/::, Funeral for William M. Free-
of the boat club home i : I both of Fernandina Beach, _
...' ges, :; I and told those i iiQt-
+ man, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Hand railings and life preservers ,I and _
..JjJtIii eight grandchildren a great tendance that the burden usually
Sidney A. Freeman, Sr. of Ches-
been added at the Marine S.
have ;
grandchild; two sisters, I falls on the business meias
ter, will be held Friday at 2:30
Welcome Station as a safety Neil Yarborough and Mrs. E. D members of the Chamber. -
feature. Gatchel said this week '. at Chester Baptist Church. Cason, both of Lakeland. I (Continued on Page Six) _
'f ; Freeman died from injuries
that similar activity will be undertaken Young Active pallbearers were, John T' _
j received in an automobile I
in other areas as time
R. Hutchins, Dr. Cecil B. Brew-
and resources permit. accident on U. S. 17 just North ton, M. D. Dixon, W. H. Melton,, Fort Clinch To

of Jacksonville Sunday night. M. R. Fiala and Douglas Decker. CHUCK FLENNIKEN, outgoing Chamber of Commerce president, is presented a
said Freeman
Next week is American Education Witnesses was Honorary pallbearers were i Lewellen Left to right, Burns
heading north on U. S. 17 whenhe plaque for exemplary service by Reed new president. : Host JacksonvilleFamily
Week. I cannot too highly lost control of his car on a Alex Webster, A. M. Smith, H. Bailey, vice president, Bob Cenek, director, Flenniken, Mayor Haydon Burns of Jacksonville :
emphasize the need for wish rain-slick curve 10 miles north of : M. Fink, Frank Walker, P. L Lewellen, John Hutchins, director, Gordon Butler, executive secretary of the
and to remind I II
a democracy local citizens that schoolsare the Jacksonville city limits. The Pappas and John, T. Ferreira. Florida League of Municipalities, and Hydie Peterson, director. Ray Beville, treasurer ;: Campers

car broadsided into a 40-foot shown also installed at the annual meeting.
to a great degree, their personal (not was
responsibility. It has been tractor-trailer driven by William Mrs. Julia Kelly t Tomorrow through Monday tha
said that in the future men will Everett Lamm of Bailey, N. C., I r I members of the Jacksonvilh

I or have destroy to decide, whether whether to be to tolerant build-! Stone, local agent for the causing control and the plunge truck to 360 go feet out into of i Dies At Home Here Pirates/ Scuttle Douglas, Gird For Starke i .'I Chapter Campers:1' of Association the Florida will Family be

the woods. guests at Fort Clinch State Park.
vindictive compassionateor I II
or Standard Oil Co., is a veteran of
I'I A passenger in Freeman's car, I ball for five yards in three at. The campout planned te the
indifferent greedy or generous 12 years on the Board of Trustees : Afternoon BY CURT CORDONS ference.
self-indulgent or self-discip- which is omprised of 54 Douglas Wayne Williams, 16, of Tuesday The Fernandina Beach Pirates, I Wood kicked off -to open the tempts and Wood puntt'd0{ th<, 1! third of its kind for this _OU!}

'' lined. Education Uth means by prominent/ residents of Northeast I i I Yulee suffered facial fracturesand 'I ,!jjed by th*, excellent plays of I game for Fernandjna<: and R"j Douglas 15 where Forehand re: !: at Fort Clinch but only iMr'fIr
himself for was-5treated at avJacksonville Mrs. Julia Riggle Kelly, 55:; IItl1c 10 covered the ,ball .after t lug) II many ttopigbwt the MM*
which ,
man prepares Florida-- ."' i Chip'Wood,. showed a reversal of Moore returned. fr tr
: .
1 Keli .
such choices. succeeds I hospital. I toife' flf"Mitrtel"Buck }, form from the previous week Dougfas". The Comets move of
new president In addition to his parents, died Tuesday afternoon at her I tried to Wood which wa:I this pasttime asvwany A Strain-:
Hal Lynch Jr. automobile dealerof ,, when Sante Fe belted them, and the ball for three first downs j a pass '
f ,
Freeman is sUrvived 5 sisters, ilies be expected at he foil
4th St may
For the first time in the his- Jacksonville. home on North handed the Douglas Comets a 20- the Pirate 26 yard line, but the incomplete. On the next plaj)r
Home for Mrs. 'Ruth Johns and Mrs. Gen- Other survivors are a son, I 0 shellacking. Wood intercepteda defense held and Fernandina took I Arnold fumbled and Douglas re. depending upon the weather.
: tory of the Baptist \ The Baptist Home for Children eve' Hodges, both'of Chester, Marcel Jr., U. S. AJr Force in and raced 70 over at that point. Wayne Arn 'covered! on their own 12. The programvplanned for the,
Jacksonville Douglas
Children in some I is operated by the Jacksonville Mrs. Florence Dennard and Mrs. her mother Mrs. Edna pass campers will be supplemented
outside that city has been Japan; ,. yards for the first Pirate touchdown old and Ray Rowe carried the'Continued( on Page Seven) '
one Boardof I and Northeast Baptist Associa. Roma Norris, both of Lake City, Riggle, Jacksonville; a brother, the Pirates to rack with a. new- films on FJorida':!
to ignite
of the
named as president tion. The annual budget is $100- and Mrs. Helen Roberts, Lake Brig. Gen. Charles Riggle, St. parks to be shown hem Sunday

who Trustees.comprise Chosen the board from was the H.54 i 000 and 95 children are currently Butler; one 'brother, Sidney A. Augustine; and 3 grandchildren.Oxley up scored the the victory.second Richard Pirate Schomas touch- Community Chest United Fund Drive nightResident's
being cared Jr. Jacksonville.
(or. is in
Mortuary charge
F. (Hugh) Stone, Jr., of this I I down from 10'yards out and PeeWee .
is in
Oxley Mortuary which incomplete
city, a veteran of 12 years with I of arrangements. of arrangements due to the expected are arrival -I Nobles raced 20 yards for At $10,000 As ProgressesA I Father
Parents and Teachers Campaign
that group. I would like to add I of her son from Japan.Nassau's the final score after Wood had Dies In I Macon, Ga.
to Hugh for intercepted his second Douglas
congratulations :
my To Hear
Outstanding I
this honor and wish for him a Homecoming SundayAt pass to give Fernandina. posses financial report from Ira inal Bag Co. of Yulee, who has Funeral for Lamar Giddwu,

successful administration in this i Educator Tonight I N. 14th Baptist Exhibit sion of the pigskin.Outstanding Hall, 1964 drive chairman for not reported on contributions at I 53, father of Mrs. Jerry Giddena
time. of this city, was held last weekat
humanitarian effort for the less defensive play by the 8th annual Community Chest-; I i
Allen V. Deibert, noted educator North 14th Street contributed to the Not tabulated the Pleasant Hill Baptist
fortunate. Baptist the Pirates United Fund campaign, shows yet are pledgesand i
will address the Junior High- Church will hold its annual Wins 1st 1 Place At victory, with Barry Rice leadingthe that approximately '$10,000 in : gifts from the business Church in Eastman, Ga. Interment .

| The Fernandina Beach Shrine Elementary Parent-Teacher Association Homecoming Sunday, November way by sharing in 11 tackles. gifts and pledges has been received areas of Fernandina Beach, Cal- I was in Woodlawn Cemetery,
[I Club barbecue Saturday afternoon tonight at their regular Mike Pikula and Butch Williams during the first week of lahan, Yulee and Hilliard. A'' Eastman.Mr. .

(l I' and evening was a big success and monthly session. 10.A basket dinner will be served Jacksonville FairThe followed with 9, Chip Wood 7, the Nassau County drive. house-to-house canvass is not being I Giddens, who mad i.js

r I' that group asked that their I John Gregory, vice presidentand I at one o'clock, following the and Curtis McCorsley and Beryl "The report gives an excellent conducted this year, to avoid home in Macon, passed -away..
|J thanks be passed along to all who'. program chairman, asked morning worship hour. Nassau County Exhibitwas I Rice sharing in 5 each. Kirby indication that the $17,606.12goal the possibility of a duplicationof I there October 30. -

F t partook of the 350 pounds of beef that all parents and teachers be I The public is cordially invitedto awarded first prize in the Hendrix, Benny Alvarez, Ken will be met at an early date," solicitations. Individuals not I He was a mechanic and Had
L and 425 pounds of pork. Although ,I urged to attend this meeting and the services and day of fellow- County Exhibit Division of the Forehand, George Sheffield, Jack Hall saidRayonier contacted may make their con lived in Macon for 13 years-mov-
[j an unfortunate accident involvedtwo hear Deibert. ship. Greater Jacksonville Fair. Baker Barniak, Steve Beckett and Nob tribution by mail.Contributions ing there from Eastman. lie was
Inc. and Container member of 'the Bethlehem Primitive
of the motorcyclists: the parade I I County was second and Gilchrist les shared in defensive efforts to date are, FFA a
received with great : Corporation of America, who Baptist Church.He .
was a County, third. Other Counties represented during the game. | Control Center at Hilliard, $319
deal of enthusiasm. The and injured James, ;i I Governor Bryant Names Amelia Island r ) were Bradford, Clay, The victory was the third of I sponsor the campaign kick-off Rayonier Inc., $3,200; Container; j,' Mrs. Lois is survived Giddens;by three his daughters widow-,

Morgan Slaughter Duval and Putnam. : three losses breakfast annually through the Corp. of America, $3,000 and
the campaign against ; ; a brother; two sisters; and
Pearce in of good Jacksonville condition., are The reported accident !.i Restoration Preservation CommissionGovernor In the Nassau County exhibit,: and a tie for the Pirates who Concora and Rayonier Founda. advance gifts, $3,200. five grandchildren.

occurred when the two poultry (baby chicks) and eggs face the Starke Tornadoes here tions, have made their usual fine "Watch the thermometer at the Attending the funeral were
I the right-of. were featured. The baby chicks Friday night in a game that is contribution through their plant foot of Atlantic Ave. at Amelia Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Giddens and
i Shriners gave determined over Farris Bryant offi- Purpose of the Commission is were furnished by the Smith always tough for our team. The personnel campaigns. River as it indicates the progress family Jimmy Roland and Billy
"' way into the to a parade.dog get cially activated the Amelia Island I to restore historically significantareas Farm and Hatchery of Hilliard. I contest will be a non-conference Taking an active part in the of the campaign by your contribution Roland, nephews, and their fam
Historical Restoration the island and Eggs from Pinebreeze Farm.
and Pre- of to were '
pre affair since Starke is no longe/ Hall said. ilies.
I campaign each also is Term. ,
ft servation Commission last Fridayby serve historical attractions still in Other supporting farm products: I Con- .......
Every time someone mentions naming five members of the existence. pumpkins, Alonzo Joyce and Phi-I a member of the Keystone i iI u __uuu' u' _,, '_, __,_N'N.__._. __ .'_.M '-
federal aid for schools I think : new commission. The local commission is pat- lipp' Slaughter; sugar cane from : : 'y 1

back to the farmers who have The Commission was created by terned after a similar and suc- Alton Fouraker and W. P. Thomas -'I Window At Robison's i ii _

been accepting federal aid for Ii the 1963 Legislature, with Sena..I jcessful agency in St. Augustine, ; dasheens from William Di-I 4 4, c
j years. This has been mighty fine tor Harry Stratton and Representative 'which has done a tremendous job Maria; persimmons from Frank i Jewelry Is Broken; j
i and no doubt a boon to the farmers Claude Wingate promotingthe i i in establishing that city as a tour- Ellis all of Callahan. The display Watches Removed II1'
i who received it. But today legislation. ,; ist attraction. was built by T. H. Askins of Fer-I i
the outlook is not quite so bright.It Those named to the Commissionare The first official- meeting of I fiandina Beach.In Halloween night was chosen;!'
seems that farmers may well Mrs. J. W. Bartels' HerbertW. I the new Commission will be held another exhibit at the I by thieves as a fitting time to'!' I

I find themselves just as involved Fishier, Hal J. Belcher, Gor. tonight at the home of Gordon Greater Jacksonville Fair, Pine- break a window at Robison's !
I in the civil rights issue as some don T. Butler and Ray CaldwelL I Butler. I (Continued on page six) I Jewtlry and remove several l
who _
of the big city contractors -- watches from a display. !! '
have been told who to hire. If I .
the proposed bill is passed, farmers ,j The window was broken by a < w 9t4" *' 5''f;' 4" '
well find federal agents thrown soft drink bottle, Robison i i's J 4

watching may their operations. A I. reported that the stolen watches 4 .* _
farmer may find he is being told were valued at around $200. +

whom to hire, fire promote or The only other incident reported ;NI1..M! J7* _
demote. It is possible that he on Halloween night was ::*
may be told he has hired too the throwing of rocks through a ) ftk:
Protestant Negroes and window nt the office of the Housing t
many _
ordered to hire more Catholic __ Authority of Fernandina ,
be Beach. Besides breaking the' -
Mexicans. He could possibly S. ,
required to demote a Chinese __ glass the rocks damaged an interior '<

"strawbosj' and fill the vacated ___ wall i7 /n.
position with a Japanese. And if _

he refuses, off comes the federal Fernandina. Beach
S aid. (Like Johnny said, "I'll be
glad when I grow up so that I .-.1.. Weather ;

can become a farmer and get paid '.k5 : ; ; wk U. S. Approved Weather Station
for not growing spinach.") Just fr' ____________ South 7th At Lime Street I
Lewis Nolan Cooperative Observer
of federal
OLe more expansion Max. Min. Rain' A MELTED HODGEPODGE was about all that remained of the fishing tackle department -

powers. 'S .. Thurs'l Oct. 31 ., 72'.41 0 : of Mellon Hardware, after a fire around 12:30 a.m. Sunday. The central
Fri., :\ov. 1 78 44 0 :
I have just:: read with interest THE LITTLE FELLOW at right has good reason to point with pride at the Fernan Sat., Nov. 2 73 42 ..121Sun. : and rear areas of the store were practically gutted and the areas which missed the

where talented students may secure dina Beach High School Band and its majorettes. It is a recognized fact among Pirate I ., Nov. J 66 38 0 : full force of the flames were heavily damaged by heat and smoke, as shown by the

an education if they will occasionally fans that Fernandina Beach, win or lose on the playing field, always wins at half-time. I Ion., Nov. 4 75 52 0 i ij blackened labels on paint buckets in background. Without the swift action of the
drop their studies for Xov. 5 69 61 .16 the fire might well have spread to the entire downtown block. Faulty -
i Majorettes leading the band at the Douglas game were, left to right, Brenda Townsend Tact, fire department

a half-hour a lawn.over This a is stove a regular or to I Diane Poole, Sharon Gordon, Glenda Edwards, Peggy Thornton and Laura Sorensen j W The fd., "Nov.'either 6 Is furnhhed 80 courtesy 6-1 .10 'I electrical wiring has been listed as the probable cause of the fire. An exact esli

.mow(Continued en paye two) I Shown at the front, I is Katherine Peters, head majorette. """' ?f' S "')lortdi:' I'itWl. cVsCo. .. "- ... mate of the. loss has not S 'yet been determined S.-: _r-.._. f-_>t'I_ _ .. ___.


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"Page. 'Two Xevrs-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday,. November 7, 19G3 I II the San :Jose Ladies'fnrltatlonalI
"-4++..n..... -. -I I MAYOR'SPROCLAMATION Candkm Visitor.- '' held at that Country Club this1',:

I FOLLOW THRU j jI week, they are Mrs. L C. Shave, 3 Bedroom House
I I Praises Femtmtk'no I Mrs. Clinton Herring, .Mrs. Andrew
: IT 511 ASH STREET PHONES JiBS J687 h.. i I I Allan and Mrs. Ed. 'Matt- f0R SALEFOR
A John K. Perry Newspaper I I son. The highlight of Tuesday's
WHEREAS, the men ft and Bench I Ii II
JU* ,OldwtlL Editor and ManuI" CounterBY I women who served in our Nation' play as as we were con
cerned when
I was Mrs. Herring
armed forces have contrib ;te4.i i .I
..... q poled a seven-iron shot into the $25.63
PAUL WARWICK Vincent Lonsrtin
: preservation wan im-
: : NATIONAL immeasurably to the so
b EDITORIAL hole for a natural birdie on a
Y1M1 of America's freedom end tRI the nres ed with the fac'lHes' andiVsp'teli'y DOWN

e I UA S c8TI5N: i iI'rI There must be something to advancement of the goal of work I I } of the Fernandinai jI iI j' I eagle five-par: three hole with, and her giving stroke.us The an

.' : u. i j this fishing business, after all peace; and u Beach Marina that he wanted to'Arsons'Jy I rest of the day was clouded by PAUL C. BURNS
WHEREAS the Nation is eternally '! thank the town of '
Last before f :
'" I Tuesday, day yesterday : the wet weather. Mrs Herringwas : PHONE 261.3606
as far as this issue of the I grateful to our veterans, tied for third place in the
fl)4-'- -fublished' every Thursday and entered at the Post Office I News-Leader is concerned, was i j for these contributions; and'!,& : ..' (; Lon"tin traveled in the "Col-1 i j! Third Flight at the end of play
Uzn ndila Beach Florida >U second class mail matUr. anything but a cheerful attractive -i WHEREAS, it is fitting that ,Wn Too" wrth its owner Fred 3 s: J' Wednesday but there's another i i .

..... Subscription Rates: I day. It was dark, it was I I we set aside a special day each flrev down from Montreal, to m ; day to go. Mrs. Shave decided ,i ,
t.."" ..", f 4 t year $2.25 6 months $1.25 3 Months raining and, as Curtis Bass, the ; year to honor our veterans and Sandy Hook where they entered i i BY WILLIE not to play after TnesJay and'i
.. $450 a year out of county I mailman said a perfect day to i give a nationwide expression of I: the intracoastal waterway and the writer 'also ran.' :

'. ,.." stay at home and sleep.In I. our esteem for them; and followed it to Cape May There final rounds in the FB- Poker-hand winners for Satur ASKINsLAUNDROhAT
...... .. : they left it to follow the coast '
I other words, it was a Grade.A WHEREAS, the Congress of the WGA Championship tournamentare day and Sunday were A. F.

Vjejerans Day 1963 gray day. United States has declared the down to Fernandina Beach. being played this week. Mrs. I Cosgrove, Mrs. Cecil Loptien Mr:. I,
I So, thinking I might have more I eleventh day of November of each Lcngtin raid that the 40 foot L C. Shave and Mrs. Ed. Beachare L. C. Shave, Ray Caldwell, Dave \

I opportunity than is usual,to talk year to be a legal holiday and "Colleen Too" came through deadlocked at the end of 18 Gray M.I E. Todd, Bill Green,
,:: :.5'-cterans Day- November 11 is a day to honor the "without bit 'o '!
I about fishing with Bud Holt, out designated it as VETERANS a trouble. holes and will play the other 18 Joe Baker, Jeff Spear, Pete In
.f Veterans of America; to remember their sacrifices in war on his pier, I wandered out over DAY in honor of our veteransand I Grey, who has temporarily returned necessary to determine the FB- gram, Jimmie Weber and Bill ) FREE COFFEEFor

: and to pay tribute to their contributions in peace the pilings for a chat thinking as a day dedicated to the ,I to Montreal and Longtin I WGA Champion and runner-up Justice. Our Customers
": i cause of world ;are members of the Iriquois on Friday,
that on this, of all days, Bud I I, I I
Formerly known Armistice Day the of NOW THEREFORE Yacht Club of Mon reaL They!,! Mrs. Tom Lannon : doesn't realize that I
as designation :wouldn't be too busy to talk. : I, E. J. and Mrs "A person a Mrs. Kathryn AbelsAttendant
JOHNSON, MAYOR OF THE plan to continue their trip down :, Edison Casey battle for the is man's best friend until he
.:..:: holiday was changed to Veterans Day by an Act of Congress Bud wasn't as busy as he us to the Florida Keys. I
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signed by the President June 1 1954. The law is I wally is, that's true, but there CITY OF FERNANDNA II:I Championship Flight Consolation 'I bets on a horse. Kenny Ben
were still a flock of people out BEACH, FLORIDA, DO hereby I winner.In nett, Greencastle (Ind.) Putnam: 515 South Eighth Street
.4,titled: "An act to honor veterans on the eleventh day of I on the pier casting their shrimp call upon all of our citizens to I just to direct traffic while fire I the First Flight Mrs. Glyn t; County Graphic. .

November of each year a day dedicated to world peace." I upon the waters. Not only casting observe Monday, November 11;I men battled a blaze at his home. Waas emerged as winner, down- i iI i --- --- ---- -- -
their shrimp on the waters, but 1963, as VETERANS DAY, and Far fetched? Not necessarily It I ing Mrs. H, ;tt E. Williams 2-1. I
.World with honor and for the ask that the day be observed I happens every day and '
peace peace dignity also pulling in nice batches of iI many I Mrs. Curt Gonfon and this writer
'lndh'idual- it possible for any manor woman to aspire I uniting an occasional trout and I with appropriate ceremonies and I times in the city. Police and fire. i'i play Friday for Consolation win-

-J.-to,a loftier. achievement 1 ? In the United States of America !quite a few drum of the smaller the United display States of at the each Flag and of every the i ii I men may more go routine for months than with a spat nothing :(;I I ner. .. .,\ s"
variety. i '! Mrs. Geo. T. Davis meets Mrs .
today, there are more than 22 'million. men and women who i 1, residence and business firm notI I between a man and his wife or aI I I II r
: j Thos. Hall determine
G. Jr. to
The dismal, dreary day hadn"tscared I: ,
"rf..:))1$,l passed the greatest test of their citizenship honor. them away at all. And -j i!I only in tribute to our veterans, I grass fire. But be in the next moment I the winner and runner-up of the
but also in rededication to the they may called on to risl
able military service in defense of their country in time of of all the enthusiastic anglers I cause of peace with honor I their l life in your behalf. Thinkon i Second Flight. Mrs. Davis: white-
washed Mrs. Wm. Swentt C-4 and
gathered on the pier at least %
war. throughout the world. itEver : a
"' ; half of those busy fishing were I I Mrs. Hall defeated Mrs. Clarke
In Witness Whereof I have i Brown 3-1 in the semis. Mrs. Bill!
And throughout the ,World' in neatly landscaped women. For some of them, at ,
hereunto set hand and caused wonder where the term
my Melton plays Mrs. Norman Al-
least, it was too nasty a day to 1
; .cemeteries. and unmarked ocean graves there are those the official seal of the City of
traipse to the grocery store to I hitch hike" came from? Before :'day.! in the Consolation of that 0f
millions of gallant Americans who made the sac- Fernandina Beach, Florida, to be advent of flight.
supreme do any marketing but it was jthe motorized vehicles, I i
*, rifice to preserve the great American ideals of Justice, free- an ok. day for fishing. affixed this: 23rd. day of October -:]I occasional pairs of travelers found j I Winner of the 9-Hole! Champ.
ionship is Mrs. Dan Daughertyjwho
dom and Democracy. only one horse between them. At i
MAYOR E. J. JOHNSON met Miss Katherine Whitneyin
... .. There was one funny thing I j the start of the journey, one !'
Mrs. Pete
the Inirram
Veterans Day is a time to remember our war dead and about it, though. would proceed on horseback, the I
Tarlton battle
recognize also the men and women who have demonstrated After trudging some 2,000 feet Just Ramblin'Continued Other plodding along on foot. Ata for and the Mrs.Consolation Stanley title: of the II

.. their devotion and their lives in out over the pier into the Atlan pre-determined point along the I!i 9-holers. I II f
allegiance by putting own tic Ocean, on my way to talk to ( From Page One) !|I route the one on the horse would :'! Four ladies from here entered
jeopardy and knowingly facing the hazards of combat to Bud Holt about fishing what doI i function at Florida State Univer- dismount, hitch the horse to a

......preserve this nation built on individual freedom. America find? sity under the Scholarship Foun- i fence and continue on foot. ThisI I I

has grown into the great and powerful nation it is today Out on the pier with fish un-' dation, formed in 1954 and grow-I I way with "hiking"they alternated, with the"hitching"I trip thus i I
"SEE C. B. I
i ing constantly in popularity.
der him in the water, around him i '
: ,because e'err generation of Americans has contributed men Such students receive financial becoming quite literally a "hitch-
ABOVE them
and womensho set the cost of liberty above life itself. in on the pier,beaks even of gulls and peli,II assistance from rent-free housing,I hike". "Thumb Fun, huh!" !i 'Pete' INGRAM"FOR i GET ONE

cans, what do you think Bud was i and by buying and preparing ,
But, Veterans Day should be more than an occasion to their own food and doing their TRADE AT HOME I
:,"honor those who, have defended their country in time of Bud was discussing BIRD-I housekeeping. I learned also with --- ----

war. This should also be a great day of rededication to HUNTING in South Georgia with I interest, that some of these students FOR Real Estate
have been Nassau: resi-
4 .. American ideals by all citizens, young or old, veteran or Roosevelt Aycock, from Bailey. dents. Those desiring an education Life Insurance ; ; ,

: Borjjveteran, This should be a. day for each American to \ Both praising Bud the and skill Roosevelt of a couple were of and not afraid to take on a SANDRANFloor ; Retirement Income
i .
few chores, if their finances: are Health & AccidentHospitalization
firmly I resolve to put love of God and Country first and pointers that Bud used to own
I limited, might well check on this
foremost in his daily living. when he, too, lived and huntedup i program. School Supt. John Weis-;. Covering I
in Appling County, Georgia.For ,. I Major Medical
e This great Nation lives today, thanks to the patriotic a while I didn't feel nearly ner! can fill you in on those from' SEEMather FLORIDA National Bank
I I here who have benefitted in ,this, Disability Monthly Income
I ipen and women of every generation who responded to the as far out of the conversationas program and another info;ma- i iI ..
I "challenge confronting their liberty and met it with sacrificial fish.when they were talking about II tion you desire. I! L. L. BOHANNON I: M tl IIMMI'IHI"" at Fernandina Beach

spirit :, : I .u.ul..O"1]
1 : i INSURANCEPhone I
crowd of' fishermenand i Many people assume distorte' of FernandinaS. I
..:,-,Joining with the members of Theodore H. Hernandez fishers omen around him,I views about police officers,i j"firemen : 8th St. Phone 261-4383 261.5269 I 001_. '(IK_"". MKWtT WtuMNCt COMOMnOM

I Ppat..No. 54 of The American,Legion and .the community however, Bud wasn't permittedto and others who work !in! J .
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similar A chance -- ----- -
committee in Charge cf observance planned here, we urge keep his! mind off of fish for agencies. remark ---- -
I overheard earlier hil the
the dtfcenTof Fernandma Belchlo i atid'the'ir i I, very long. !i ,' ,
!! participation ,week brought this home to me .f. ;
-- snake I. Andlthat's, not surprising for a I sittin injL . ..., ,.,
to mXa occasion" quite clearly. was ; ,
( ,meaningful \ fQt11.. ,
.1 11 ,I
. : ? I r ,linn who, for the past years restaurant in the city when
has a fishing pier that
police car went by at high speed
-r attracts anywhere from 17,000to If with siren screaming. A man &

:r "I. Am The United States" the 25,000-plus number of fishermen anglers a depending year-,I the companion next table, "just remarked.another to his CD} I KRAFT VILLAGE HOUSES

r on the weather, course. late for his lunch." What he
I was born on July 4, 1776 i and the Declaration of In- For the whole time he has I failed to take into consideratior. J \

: dependence, is my birth certificate. The bloodlines of the I!I been in the fishing business, Bud I was the myriad duties a police:>
world [has been keeping a careful logon I officer, or fireman for that mat ,
: run in ray veins, because I offered Freedom to the j I
j[ the unusual fish caught from I ter, is called on to perform and
: oppressed. I am' many things to many people. I am the]i his pier. One of these days I hopeto i always for too little remunerai :: FOR SALE

United States of America! I get hold of that log and pin i I tion. It was just within the raalir! .4... ,
w i I down of the fishing stories of that the officer ,
some possibility same "
3 I am 180 million living souls and the ghosts of mil.r I I we have been hearing. True stories i I presumed "late for lunch; I Ii ./ ..c. t :lfil:*SB*,j, nT'

li n'ho\ have lived and fought and died for me. that is. i was on his way to that manV : .r : I .; : / I*
r I;| Like, for example, the 75-year- house, possibly in answer to r I '; >
: k.-.1 am Nathan Hale and Paul Revere. I stood at Lexj j I|old; man from Jacksonville who report of a tragic mishap, a bur .1' We have entered into a contract with Container Corporation ;#&< -/-.i'. 7

I i ipjrlbn: and fired the shot heard, around the world. I am |''hooked and landed the biggest Bud I,'glary- -, -a heart_:. attack- or-. maybe- 1 1-. of America to purchase the Kraft Village i': ,. .; '".
edible fish ever caught on I! ty
\Va hington, Jefferson and Patrick Henry. I am Paul I 1' :'
?- Holt's pier a 75-pound drum. I ': houses that are now vacant. We will buy* additional:.* *, 11!' ,
Jonts the Green Mountain and Crockett. I
Boys Davy
And, to make me even more We will begin move ':, ; .
houses vacated.
become to :
.- anc Lee, (Grant and Abe Lincoln > ashamed of my own ignorance MakeYourCarI' I. as they ;
I I Bud tells me that I I I if these vacant houses 2 weeks. f '' ; j""f4
I 71 remember the Alamo, the Maine and Pearl Harbor. about fishing, fish I with n I : "

I \VK6ii Freedom.called, I answered and stayed until it was from people wheel even come chairs out- and and that : Like I! ,;: ; age'':;' '; ;'<. )'

ov& over there. I left my heroic dead on the bleak slopes there is at least one blind man j It is our intention to give all occupants of Kraft Vii '

-4 of w Korea in Flanders fields and on the rock of Corrigidorr who back comes some of occasionally the fishing to thrillshe get I! NewAgain and other Container employees "first chpnce" to :buy ; : -".;: 'c"I'- '

*-. V I' enjoyed in the more youthfu' 3 one of these homes. All others of course Will be carefully '_:.: ;

HI HI am the Brooklyn Bridge the wheat lands of Kansas I i days before he lost his eyesight. !:I I .. considered and we urge you to contact' us at once .

M- the granite hills of Vermont. I am the coalfields of the : I *. if you are interested. We are in a position to move these

: Virginias and ,Pennsylvania the fertile lands of the west i Christmas Stamps '
within miles of the
LET US houses to any location fifty original : ;.
.. < .
-4he Golden Gate and the Grand Canyon. I am Independen ; ". ... t'!
Go On Sale TodayThe '. ,: site.We. tI i'
-.. Hall the Monitor and the Merrimac. ,,I I ., /
::0h I ,am big. I sprawl from the Atlantic to the PORCEIAIN1ZEl I '
: yes -
I five-ceuter
Christmas ,
new l I : will move one of these houses to your lot or to:-another '"
Pacific! 3 million square miles cf land throbbing with in- I depicts in its design, the National Wax I ;
dustvy. I am more than 5 million farms. I am forest, Christmas tree on the eastern I lot that we own or may purchase for you. :

field r, mountain and desert. I am quiet villages and cities !( ellipse Over near 30,000 the are White in stock House.at the (! Or I j and lots can be purchased for cash or for low monthly ,: t,. ; .

1 thai never sleep. You can look at me and see Ben Frank- ; post office for sale during the I: <' payments. J" ,, '. .'.. ::'

: En3'alking: down the streets of Philadelphia with his breads Christmas season. I| '

l under his You Ross with her The attractive blue, green and !! PolishYOUR .' '.
loaC arm. can see : red stamp is expected to be very :j i Houses can be purchased in "as is" condition on your : .
needle. You can see the lights of Christmas and hear the '
will the houses 'request '
popular. lot, or we do as much work on as you -
of Auld the calendar CAR i
strains Lang Syne as turns. i '
M M such tanks water supplys or redecora- '
as septic ,
2 3 am Babe Ruth and the World 1 Series 169,000 j A. W. righter, 1.: i..
THIS I tion. .
.* schools and colleges and more than 250,000 churches where I YMCA Executive, I i t ,

: my- >eople worship God as they think best. I am a ballot Speaks To Tr1-H'-Y I I '
II These houses would make excellent beach homes for '
dropped into a box the roar of a crowd in a stadium I I IfItIs '.

I the i'nice of a choir in a cathedral I am an editorial in a i' Secretary A. W. of Wriffhtcr the Florida Executive Young I I I anyone wanting a second home. We can work out the \ '

H newspaper and a letter to Congress. I am Colonel Glenn Men's Christian Association I. TOOBADWe ; financial details. '6.- -.;
i ;
:: andMaor Cooper and their fellow astronauts who whirlthrough stake Tuesday evening: to the iI .

the voided spaces above my head. I am Eli \Yhit- ,Tri-Hi-Y Fernandina" Club.Beach He high was school intro- Would i I We can provide a lot and finance the moved house, in ;.t. :,

ey-nd Stephen Foster, Torn Edison, Albert Einstein and I duced by Judy Lasserre, vice livable condition, for aporoximately $40.00 per month. .
president. Like To
Bflly Graham. I
: I IYes. Paint.
w Wrighter discussed the responsibilities I Please call me for complete details.
n I am the Nation and these are the things that I : of a Tri-Hi-Y organization !

i : ffln... J was conceived in Freedom and, God willing, in Freer and mentioned the many !; It
ways in wl.ich a high school dat
donrI shall spend the rest of my days. !may be of service to the community RRIIMotor

I 3Uy I possess always the integrity the courage and I and school. I : '
He also mentioned the Triangle -I LAS
, :I the strength keep myself unshackled to remain a ct-!: i.I i. award which will be pre I PAUL C. BURNS .

: aleLof freedom and a beacon of hope for all of the world! sented to the Tri-Hi-Y grout I ('.
I .. ANON. II best. fulfilling YMCA standardsHe CO."J.
, commended the club for itf !
past work and encouraged workon 319 Smith 8th Street Phone 261-3606
future projects. Phone l I IL

I I l-Try A Classified 1r 1rI Ad For Quick Results over Sue the Selph meeting., president, presided Ij j *.,'I'll'1 r",.,-;-.

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i News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida,-'Thursday- November 7, 1963 Page Three

Macon Boat Clubs Visit Marina Former Resident To 1- -
i Jacksonville

I Paintings Haddock The P. 0. Diplomat !

At Garden Show
Cold weather and the reportsof 't,I I'| BY LINDA CRAFT 111.
I high winds failed to dampenthe I
spirits of the Gator Outboard } Paintings of Fernandina Beach's Maybe a smile is contageous or '

ca q? L a 'u rriri N 1 ra Club (out of Jacksonville, Fla.) 'lighthouse and shrimp fleets will maybe not, but if it is, there are I
Saturday morning and forty- be included in the exhibition of an awful lot of people exposed
seven members of this club hit : paintings by Mrs. Oscar Sorensen each day to Claude Haddock's in- 't

Qq the waterways to. participate in a former resident of Fer- fectious grin.
their annual} cruise up the St. II nandina Beach now living in Miami. 'It starts with the post office

Mary's River for a week-end of 5' t\ workers and spreads to most

\ camping out. Once again the Fer i The exhibit will be shown November -( everybody in Fernandina Beach
.rr t nandina Beach Boat Club servedas j 23 in conjunction with the by the day's end.

.r. host to this club while they i Rose Garden Club sponsored i. :. M t t Claude has been a delivery
r" y} were using the marina facilities j Flower Arrangement Show set for xq clerk at the post office for about
for a gas stop before continuingtheir that date in the Keystone Hotel. i iNa 17 years. He is the fellow wno
journey.A I' Mrs. Sorensen will be present for gives you your mail if it .comes
the exhibition. "general delivery" or if you
welcoming committee, com I Others among Mrs. Sorensen's lose your key. Through the yeais'
posed of Commodore Kasley Tho- I
paintings are entitled: "WinstonChurchill" : : he has developed the ability to
:l ; : .
teas and members Eddie and I .. .. : .t. .
i "Irish Grandfather with smile
I take complaints a big
Carson McKendree, was on handto "Swiss Locke" and "Caoe Cod I : and to put up with almost any

greet the visitors as they ar Street Scene." Approximately 24 i i' ,:' : thing, including questi rts" 'suchas
y.,. .y: .rF.. 1 paintings in all make up the collection ,.. ...,.........,. ........,. ,. a "How much is a Oct stamp"
.. Hot coffee and :, : .
doughnuts were | to be shown. : ::; \: :: : ; :' or "What are those penny post

i z c served as they gathered in the I The exhibit will also be on display .' "... cards selHng for nqw?"
club house for some welcome re. I at Charlene's Dress Shop. (' .\: .? [t.:. ,. .. According to Claude, ,the, .window
x, d,:' ky lief from the cold. Certainly this :'.... t ;: ?:;:> : is a good place to meet peo

prolonged their stay in Fernan will stage another of its famous ,". ..\:lii.;:, ple. Those vacationers who'' \urn
I dina Beach and several of the "\.! make \
__ oyster roasts for this club white year after year his.job* particularly
members had for the .
high praise '
j interesting.
they are visiting the state park. '
wonderful marina facilities; the Over fifty members of the club This "Jack of all Trades," as

availability of the club house, will be on a tour of the United he is called by Postmaster W. H.

and hospitality voiced as secondto States and we are proud that Ft. Melton, manages to give out a
none. Without a doubt Fernan- Clinch little mail along with the""football .
of their' selected
SATURDAY WAS A lUG DAY for the 'Fernandina Beach Marina. Members of the dina Beach will soon be a rendez- I stop-over was points.one State Park Sup baseball, and golf stores.

Gator Outboard Club of Jacksonville stopped: during the morning on their annual vous point for hundreds of these I erintendent Gil Becker, along He is an enthusiast of.; nearly

cruise up the St. Mary's River for a weekend campout. Later in the day, the Macon, boaters. with the park crew, will work all sports, once played American

Georgia Outboard Club arrived, 29 families strong, to stay the night. Both clubs The white water, churned up I, with the boat club members and Lejrion Baseball and a little bas
were guests of the Fernandina Beach Boat Club for hot coffee and doughnuts. by the propellers of the Gator try to make this a most enjoy ketball. Now he specializes: in

--- -- ---- -_. --- ....... ...,.. -- __I Outboard Club as they were leaving -I able event for the club. J golf. ,.'
? hardly had time to settle before Other of the Club This life-long resident of .Fer
news consists -
Legionnaires UrgedTo American the marina was swampedwith of a very important meeting i CLAUDE HADDOCK, the mailman with the "smile" anda nandina Beach sings tenor in the

Lend AssistanceTo Legion Urges Flag Display boats from the Macon, Georgia I next Thursday night November i iI t song in his heart. annual Lions Minstrel Show. He
outboard club. Twenty-nine -- called the Terry Como
was once
I 15th, 8 at the club house.i
Work PartyA Here On Veterans Day November 11A families, a total of eightysevenmen I Nominations p.m. will be received for ': of Fernandina Beaeh" back\,then I

women and children, had the slate of officers to serve during 70 Students To Compete For Honors the teenagers were squtaliiR at

"work, party" of Legionnaires I participated in this cruise to Fer" the year 1964. This will be :a Perry t
plea to have an American "In the interest of showing the nandina Beach, with several' He further utilizes his singing
is expected to. meet at the I for th-i
flag flying at home and rest of the world the of the : I very important meeting In Wide Talent" Show
American Legion home Saturday every unity members 'and their families mot members and especially for those County "Top talents at weddings, as a memberof
business or industrial firm in I I American people, home,1 : and the
morning for. repairing of the every oring down to meet the club here. I of you who' have rendered financial the Baptist Choir, at
Fernandina Beach on Veterans every business firm, every industrial -I that 'ole club rehearsals oI' the
Believe night
me Tuesday
roof. you
I support for the remodelingof The Nassau County Student sale. Admission will be sold at
Day, Nov. 11, was voiced today i plant throughout the land
house was rocking and rolling for Recreation Center Barbershoppers. -
Commander Tom 1nman'urges : our club house. Talent Show, sponsored by the I I the door for each show, $1.00 for
that all members who can, turn by Commander T. W. Tilman of I should display an "American flagon awhile. Hot coffee was. served up The work is slow going, being; Fernandina Beach Band Parents' l adults and .50c for students. I n. .
Theodore H. Hernandez Post No. Veterans Day, Commander Claude is "oneof
for a solid hour, with hot chocolate I Funning aside,
out and assist with the work. A I furnished few of the Assn. is well with 57
I by a mem underway, r The ever popular Fernandina
54 of the American Legion here. Tilman said I mail distributors"said
i for the little boaters. They the best
lunch of ribs, sandwiches bers in their time but for totalof .
spare i spare you applications accepted a Beach High School Dance Band
I The local Legion leader I workers and
explained the weekend and his fellow
to of
came spend
and refreshments, will be served. will have to it is 70 contestants.
i I IJ I agree progressing I will in connection with
that the eyes of the several of the local motel appear "does good job is pleasant and
operators and when completed, it will and eliminations will I
the talent revue, on the Mid-Day
Daugherty Reviews world, and particularly those of were on hand to furnish conscientious; said Melton. "Most
I II thousand and be held November
I serve a one pur on Friday, TV show on November 18 at 1p.m.
the forces of world communism it' he
transportation to their motels, I people really appreciate
I I 29, with grades 1 through 8 competing ,
poses. Harry Poole will be the
are constantly watching for any where reservations had been madein I continued.
Cooper's Laundry City Power GrowthAt : Next year's plans are already at 1 p.m. and high school spokesman for the group. Jona- '
signs of internal weakness which advance by the visitors.All Claude was born on Hallowe en
j being made for at least two boat competition at 7:30 p.m. I than Hill, well-known, popular
might forecast the downfall of recently celebrated his
the boats from the Macon and thus
to be held in Fernandina students from
races Eight age bandmaster, will direct.
Kiwanis MeetBY the United States. Boat Club were docked on the I birthday. .MHOME' .IiI
I Beach, July 4th and will be chosen to in
Coin-Operated on
one one
group appear
I "Here in Fernandina Beach, east side of the Marina and it I The public is urged to remember ..
Labor These will! finals November
on Day. races on Saturday,
Laundry and Dry we can do our share toward the was a sight that would gladdenthe the dates for the show, Nov.ember I
be the Nassau 30 ;:30 will
sponsored by Trophies
coun-\\ p.m. ''
TOMMY HALL discouragement of such I : 29 and 30, and plan now
I any heart of died-in-the-wool'
Cleaning I any 'ity Recreation Commission, be awarded to first and second NEW :,
thoughts about a weak, apathetic to attend.
boater. Our hats off to City Engineer
I Dan Daugherty, General Manager operation with the Fernandim': place winners in each age group. I --
; J\Irs.\ Doris Howard, for the Florida Public Utilities dispirited American citizenry I I Jim Beard, and the City Beach Boat Club and there will Ranger Hal Jacksonville TV FOR SALE.,
by flying the Star-Spangled Ban S
|I crews who worked, so hard pre
Company's Fernandina Di- '' be no charge for admission at personality, will serve as masterof
Manager I vision was the guest speaker at ner on this patriotic holiday, paring the marina to furnish proper these events. So make a date on ceremonies at all three shows. Torture ONLY
Commander Tilman declared. i
14th & Beech-Streets the Monday meeting of the Fer I docking for this large number your calendar for THURSDAY, The finals on Saturday even i *
I "With the American flag displayed I : :
of outboard boats.
nandina' Beach Kiwanis Club. I: NOVEMBER 15th, and attend ing will feature special enter. $115.6O'N
in front of home !
'I :
every The Fernandina Beach Boat this meeting. REMEMBER, IF r tainment not in competition. The
He was introduced by Program ,
i and business address make "
I iI Chairman Louis Ferreira and i we can Club, in cooperation with the personnel YOU AREN'T PRESENT AT i local Barbershop Chorus will Test I I DOII
this year's observance of Veterans I
I of Ft. Clinch State Park, THE MEETINGS YOU WILL sing, along with special by the
spoke to the Club on the history a
'iI 3' Bedroom House of 'electricity in Fernandina. : Day demonstration- Nov. 11 -of an Am-i unforgettable { will be on hand to greet the ,Ap. I BE SORELY MISSED. WE I Glad Tones Quartet. There will i PAUL. BURN? ,
I I I palachian Trail Blazers Club; au Downtown Gulf
NEED; YOUR HELP IN GUIDING also be surprise packages in the: I!
"Beginning with the year 1887",i I ericanism, and at ,the same ..time,' organization from Canada- : PHONE 261-3606.
orl THE CLUB TO ANOTHER field of music.
j, FOR SALE Daugherty stated, "the streets of : show our community's measureof Novembef,:|0th. The Boat club> SUCCESSFUL YEAR. I There will be no advance ticket I I I I *I
our city were illuminated by i appreciation for all who answered 1 -.-- I
FOR ONLY kerosene lamps. Shortly there our country's call to arms: .. .I )
,i II'' : after a corporation known as the for the preservation of our .price
$25.63DOWN Fernandina Rush Electric Company less heritage." _

installed carbon arc lightson He also reminded, "No American

I the streets which operated on flag is ever obsolete even if :"
a 6 hour basis, going off at it may bear fewer than 50 stars ANOTHER.

PAUL C. BURNS around midnight. .. in the. field of blue. Regardless '

PHONE 261-3606 I "By 1892 the first homes were of its age, as long as it is in

supplied' with electric lights on good condition, the flag may and

It the six hour day basis allowing should be displayed" on all appropriate OF THE MANY DISTINCTIVE SIGNS .: : :
i: only 16 candle power lights, the occasions. ,
month He further urged homes whichdo '
charge being $1.00 per '
.. ,
per lamp. not have a flag to obtain one,

not only for display on Veterans I T. H. ASKINS ADV. CO.
I "In 1894 the electric plant was I By
Ii 11 purchased by the City of Fer Day, but also on all patriotic I
I I holidays and other appropriate .
nandina for the sum of $2700.00. ,
occasions. Anyone desiring to ob-
Boilers at that time were fired I
tain further information ,, ., ,,.
a or ,
t with pine slabs, which fuel was I r uXnw, ryq+ aw.4atwmr. ; ,7v r .q yp
I II about its correct display ,
used until 1918 when coal was I i 4, ,<:S'v S 44i r1 A '
I should contact the American .
first used. There were no meters I II
I I and all service was on a flat rate, Legion.
Ii I up until 1916. 'I

J "By 1924 the consumption of 1 I II I Rotarians Hear >5

I I electricity had so increased in I i
the city that the change over to I
diesel engines was made, this installation : McUree On Tax

II being completed about
II I 1926. I

I'I I I "The original site of the electric Equalization Plan I : :

r plant was at the corner of BY PAUL WARWICK MATERIALS T
I 11th and Atlantic where the present -

I American Legion Building| Current procedure to broaden FOR THIS
''I I now stands. In 1938 the plant site I Nassau County's tax base to .r
,: was moved to its present location make distribution of government M
I I, on Lime Street at the city limits. ''I costs "as equitable and fair as

II I II jJi L I|I "During 1962 the present pow. j I possible," was described yester- hni&P

I I er source, via highline from Jack- ''day to the Fernandina Beach Rotary :
'sonville I was brought into ser- Club by Ed McKendree,
''I vice. The diesel plant on Lime'I''''I County Tax Assessor I

'IJ i9'IModel Street is still maintained on a The equalization-1 program, as FURN\SHED\ :
J standby basis to provide emergency McKendree termed it, would probably S I
power in event of a fail : raise tai assessments for '
I ure of the high lines from Jack. I I some property-owners, and lower rn'SS S.

I sonville. I them for others, but he expressed
i "Plans for an additional line the hope that general cooperation -
C7CCwonooo I i in the distant future are in the II !i would be foind in his oflice's -
Ieg1 I 1 I making there being a Federal ) effort to find equable valuations '
and Gfanoda Tan I Government plan to amalgamate the county over.

DUOTHERMIMPERIAL j the several power sources in this j "Mistakes may arise in the ,,
area at some future time," Dau-j'I new planning," the Tax Assessor ;rll:
t gherty concluded. said "but honest errors can be c H

Reed Lewellen presided in the honestly corrected."

with warmth of I absence of Bryan Rauschert, I'i McKendree was introduced toI I

color and designI'owerAir presidentClub I the Rotarians by Lige Smith,
singing was led by Nelson with President Hugh F. Stone.

Mover.. Jr., in the chair at the weekly
Blower (optional)
meeting at the Seaside Hotel.
bates up to 25;)% on fuel S
Jim Beard introduced the two
ra 42,000 BTU capacity. Legion AuxiliarySets seniors from Fernandina High A'

52,00: ;) HTiTs wua Power- Rummage Sale who were guests: Roger Hickox 6A
Jet Uurner (optional. .
I and Hal Whitne). 1
For November 7-8
full'ear warranty onDuo
i McKendree, the speaker, is a
-1'berm heaters by Motor i I
past president of the Florida Tax
defective The Theodore H. Hernandez
Wheel Corp. against Assessors Association and has
parts. Unit No 54, American Legion:
I I won national recognition for his
Auxiliary, will hold a Rummage
u work toward official
only Sale on November 7 and 8, at 161 I
d5 valuation standards. He said the
l downMather North 4th St, formerly Lea'al I
assistants who work out of his
Grocery Store.
I office will bear credentials
I proper
:I There will be auxiliary members j and asked taxpayers to insist .. ,

I I! your needs present, from to 9 help a.m. to you 5 with p.m.I]!I on who proper visited identification their of. H. C. Hunt, Mo'nager' of Fernandina Lumber & Supply Co., and His i Grandson, Clark Hunt, Jr., Admire \
anyone property
of Fernandina : each of the two sale days. r, i
to for
329 S. 8th .Street I entire There family will be and clothing various for household the ment purposes inspections assess- The Artistry of (Harry Ratcliff As He Puts The Finishing Touches On This Spectacular Sign on U. S. 200. ,

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; Four Xws-Leader, Fernaijcpna,Beach, Florida! 'Thursday, November 7, 196.3 --. Instead of discarding worn

.r.. --- I I I Mrs. Cecil Hall ; Girl Scout Program Sets Standardsfor Mrs Boles HostessFor socks,' clamp them into a mop

Baptist Circle Hostess To Episcopal)?:1!: Ruth Class holder. Presto Vott Eave a fine

1 Presents Program .To Wed December 27 i ir" I St. Monica's Chapter. ;,, Women of Tomorrow's WorldThe Meeting, Tuesday 'I, pew--dry--mop.--

At-General Meet .... ....,.......... ,'. .. ..... '. .. ...... I St. Monica's of the, St.Peter's .! I
". ..i .. ., Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Walter I II Chapter ;' In our fast moving society iti i The Ruth Class of the First '
I Episcopal Church held! its Baptist Church met for its reg.
"Partners for Progress" was Sayler, Jr. announce the engagement I is most important that young
last regular meeting of the F. H. Sentells ular
season Tuesday
,year on eveeningat
.the I' people be guided in terlIngSALE
program topic presented by of their daughter, Melba at the home of Mrs. Cecil Hall in today setting the home of Mrs. Jean Boles r ,
Circle 5 at a general Return From the standards they will live by
meeting of
,the W.M.U. held recently at the Elizabeth, to Ray Lamar Park, Amelia. !| tomorrow on South 7th Street, with Mrs. \ !

..Baptist Fellowship HalL son of Mr. and Mrs. Burton 0. As the members arrived{!hey Of Western StatesMr. Mary McClelland, vice-president,
: Girl Scouting, with the help of .
: invited into presiding. There were seven members
were the dining
Park of Jacksonville.Miss ,room
Mrs. Sylvia Allbritton was in local volunteer leaders and enthusiastic !
and served delicious and Mrs. presentThe
a breakfast Forrest H. Sen.
charge. Mrs. Thad Lee, Mrs. fti Sayler is a 1962 graduateof youngsters, is doing its }
After an enjoyable social hour tell and their daughter, Holly, returned I hostess gave an inspiring
Ralph DuBoise and Mrs. Llo'dV part to further this "
Fernandina Beach purpose.
High School
'\ olters took part.A ) the meeting opened with a devo- ,I recently from a two week : devotional from the Book of Ruth,
iii. and is presently a sophomore at tion given by Mrs. Howard Ham.i tour of the west and middle westOn I The scout program is divided after which the minutes from
short business meeting fol. ( 'l South Georgia College in Douglas mond. The Bible readings, On I the trip out they saw the I into three areas: home out-of. : the meetings of October 1 and
1. )lowed during which it decided ': ;( doors, and art. Included in these' 'A',
was v
:, ; Georgia.Mr. Humility:" II Peter 1:3.10 and Dinosaur Caverns of Arizona, the October 6 were read and unanimously -
that :' :{' h''t..q. : i '
llandelbaum Gate, a book b broad groupings are such specific '
] ,Grand approved. i
"On Obedience" Canyon and the PetrifiedForest. I
Philippians 2:1. ,
Dr. Leo Eddleman W Park graduated from En.
will be taught programs as: music and dancing, : S
13 read Once they arrived in California : Class officers for the
were by Whitney present
by 'Mrs. Gordon S. Butler the glewood High School, Jackson health and safety, international \
and discussed they saw Los Angeles, : church have been elected
a by the group. year as \
evening" of November 14.Mrs. ville, in I960 and plans to reenter I Mrs.. H. L. Baughman announced -I Disneyland Marineland, Holly-1 i friendship, and special programs I, follows: President Mary Pick. \
Orrin Stites of Jackson. South Georgia I I wood, and Beverly Hills. J about Christmas and Hanukah. Vice-President
College for the following calendar of i t tj ett; Mary Me-
...ville .will teach a leadership and the winter quarter. events: Smorgasbord, November j On their return trip they saw The Girl Scout purpose is three. Clelland; Secretary.Treasurer \
itUd course on the 63-64 W. I.U. The 16; and Annual Auxiliary Christmas -)I the Carlsbad Caverns and stop- fold. It strives to teach girls to Gail Geiger; Group Leaders eNact \ '.,'
wedding will be
Yearbook November 19th andS an eventof party, December 16. I!| ped with friends in Tucson, Ari build upon and utilize their past i Lamana Powell, Carolyn Klein, '' SETTffiC$ S. ,
21st. Those attending will furnish December 27 at the First Baptist experiences, to fulfill their : I "
J Members are to bring one giftto zona. they were in Texas pres. and Peggy Lawhorne; Devotional'' S samue "S
: their own lunch and the W.M.U. Church.the be exchanged and for they crossed the border twice into ent needs, and to help prepare Chairman Jean Boles; and Liters -
will.. tnnnlv ririnVaFlorida _...._ I a San Louie and Juarez Mexico. for the roles they will be required
--- --rr- w. pa+iant in the state hospital. Handbook Committee Lamana .opLiI "pstcc
I I to fill in the future. I' Powell, Carolyn Klein, and Mary / '
I Past Presidents immediate past president, Chapter officers elected for ;
imports from other Mrs. Thad S. Lee, Jr. 19W are: Mrs. F. R. Shurley, First Baptist Youth Each girl scout troop is sponsored McClelland.
states almost 45 per cent of liu Honored At WMU The 63-G4 officers were install. chairman; Mrs. H. L. Baughman, I by a civic or church organization *I The project undertaken by the

: pulpwood' which its nine mills 1 ed by Mrs. J. C. Bennett, Jr. program chairman; Mrs. Ben Entertain AtHallowe'en which helps furnish sup class for the present month is

: make into pulp or paper. 'Fjfth Monday Rally'i They were listed as: Mrs. J. C. Sorensen, publicity chairman; an-1 PartyThe plies. the completion of the new hand. : .k.kl

\ The Women's Missionary Un. Mottayaw, Jr., president; Mrs. Katherine Whitney and Mrs. P. There are three classes of Girl i book for members. The chairman.

: ,FOR : ton of the First Baptist Church i ii Roy Key, vice president; Mrs. E. Stapleton, telephone commit. Young People's Dept. of Scouts in Fexrmndina Beach; 60, stated that the committee would
\. held its -Fifth Monday Rally"! W. E. Saunderson, secretary; and I tee. I the First Baptist Church held its second and third grade girls arc have the handbook ready for dis-1! '
i recently in honor of its past Mrs. J. C. Parrish, treasurer.: I Members present were: Mrs. first social of the year on October Brownies, 90, fourth, fifth, and tribution at the next class .meet l f
LSANDRANI i presidents.A 'I Mrs. Klarer was named Y.W.A. Baughman, Mrs. Dave Blacklock, 31, a Halloween party. sixth grade girls are Junior ing which will be held at the Social .
Director and Mrs. C. A. McKen i Mrs. James Bird, Mrs. Hammond J In the candlelit Social Hall, Scouts, and 35, seventh, eighth,' Hall on Tuesday evening
: history of the Baptist i Mrs. Shurley, Mrs. E. V. and ninth graders are Cadette December 3, at 8 : HEIRLOoM'STERLING 'j
: Floor Covering dree, Jr., Mrs. C. B. Brewton, games were played and eerie p.m. i
I i W.M.U. was read by ,Mrs. J. J. Miss Ruth Cox, and Miss Janice I Garcia, Mrs. Dan Daugherty, stories told, followed by the tra- Scouts. j Upon completion of the busi. .

: SEE i Klarer. The past presidents honored Hilburn were chosen as coun. Mrs. Sorensen, Mrs. Stapleton, ditional romp through the grave. Leaders in the Fernandina ness session, the hostess served
I Ontida
a were as follows: Mrs. S. H. selors. The Girls' Auxiliary Director and Miss Katherine Whitney. yard. Beach area are as follows: Mrs.1 delicious refreshments of punch SilvtnnuthsSAVE

I Swearingen Mrs. Klarer Mrs. H. will be Mrs. LeRoy McKee The refreshment table was centered Bud Johnson and Mrs. Ackerman, cake, nuts and mints.
Mather J. McFarland and Mrs. E. R. Cadette troop 108 Mrs. E. B.I I
: I and her counselors will be: Mrs.H. Lewis Haddocks with a Jack.O.lantern surrounded ;
p Bounds. Not present were MrLJJ. F. Stone, Jr., Mrs. E. S. Wilson with holly leaves. Soft I Phillips, troop organizer, Cadette I Donald Poarch Jr.
; : of Fernandina B. Newsome Mrs. D. S. Peterson Mrs Don Heafner, Mrs. R. To Celebrate 50th drinks, cookies and cup cakes I troop 251; Mrs. William A. Leus- ; 25 %

: S. 8th St. Phone 261-4383 I, Mrs. L. L. Bunker Mrs. L. Fnssell, Mrs. Sammy Sayler, were served by the hosts, Mr. chner and Mrs. Charles Brewer,I' Attends Aviation :
; Posey, Mrs. Frank Groves andH Jr., Mrs. L. C. Sapp, and Miss Anniversary SundayMr. and Mrs. Don Collins.Approximately I Junior troop 158; Mrs. Dick Gal

l, I -I _---_ _- _ _ _-_--_-_ -- I I Diane Lewis. and Mrs. Lewis Haddock: 50 department phin and Mrs. Richard Crumpler, Ordnance School 1 j I
members and Junior troop 179. The famous Damask Rose patternIn
guests were
H, Sunbeam Director Mrs. Paul of Hilliard will celebrate their : the occasion. Mrs. Donald Piper and Mrs. I Jacksonville, Fla. (FHTNC) Heirloom Sterling is on sale! at
Sims will be assisted by her golden wedding anniversary at a'' Walter Mierzejewski, junior troop Donald R. Poarch, Jr., airman 25% off for a limited time only' I
j Han Theatre counselors, Mrs. Willie Watson at their home Below are examples of the
reception Sunday'' 330; Mrs. Herb Bailey and Mrs. apprentice, USN, son of Donald )II .. savings
Mrs. Willie Mrs. afternoon November come in or phone for a Complete
Payne, Charles 10, 1 I
I Dr. John Fisher Bobby Harvey, Brownie troop R. Poarch, Sr., of 1307 South
listing'while this sale lasts.
: Phone 261-4849 C. E. Beach, Mjjr. I Bryan, Mrs. M. J. Gooding, Mrs. until five o'clock. 493; Mrs. Harry Carr, Mrs. Bill I I Fletcher Ave., is attending the
Nerle Holland, and Mrs. Charles Hostesses for the occasion will! Waas and Mrs. Willie Watson, i! Aviation Ordnanceman School tt Rer. SALE
: SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MATINEES AT 2:30 Edwards. be their daughters, Mrs. Freddie On SS : 4-Piece Place
Speaks Technical Tra
HopeAt the Naval Air !>
I NIGHT SHOWS START 7:30 Brownie troop 45; and a newly Setting . $31.25 S2J.44
Committee chairmen were named Jackson of Hilliard, Mrs. James : organized Brownie troop led by Ing Unit, Jacksonville.The Teaspoon 5.00 3.75
.; .. ONE COMPLETE SHOW I for the coming year as: Mrs. McKendree of Callahan, and Mrs. Woman's Club"The Mrs. James Music and Mrs. JohnL ordnanceman school trains' Tablespoon .1450 1017
.. .. Bennett, chairman Mrs. Martha Dean Baumgartner of Reid. students in fundamental and ad-1" Cold Meat Fork, 16.50 12.37
prayer ;
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I Jacksonville.Mr. I' Mrs. Gene Weatherford Mrs. ordnance.
: :: Lee, program; Mrs. Bounds, vanced aviation
: stewardship, Mrs. W, P. Johnson, and Mrs. Haddock are life- purpose of Project Hope Dave Thomas, Mrs. Robert N. Al-,i ; SPECIALLY PRICED!
line, Showing Friday 7:30 Saturday 2:30: & 7:30 community missions; Mrs. Mc. time residents of Nassau County. j is not only to treat the people I day, and Mrs. Jerry Stouffer, are Use dental floss for attaching Lovely! Danuu RISI St.rlinclemol
Farland, mission study, Mrs. W. Friends and relatives are invited but to teach their doctors modern i i respectively; neighborhood chairmen buttons to men's work clothes, or t.ish! fork aol Hiirioom Silver.

j ;: IICALL ME BWANA11 G. Carman, Jr., social chairman; to call during the appointed : methods so that the work can be I troop consultant, troop 01- children's play garments. Much Sail flat! price dish.
hours. carried on when the hospital ship and cookie ,
.. Mrs. W N. Galphin, children'shome I ganizer. chairman. stronger than ordinary thread, pll set
non HOPE ANITA EKBERG ; Mrs. Jones, flowers; Mrs. leaves," said Dr. John Fisher in MONDAY: Brownie TroopNo. floss withstands rough wear. I J48S.

: TECHNICOLOR Ike Shiver, publications; Mrs. J. Mrs. Lonnie Freeman his speech to the Fernandina 45 meets at Scout Hut. '
.. C. Hazelwood, corresponding Beach Woman's Club Wednes Junior Troop No. 158 meets
secretary :
; Mrs. J. W. Kittrell, Hostess For BaptistHomemakers day. He was introduced by Mrs. at Episcopal Church.

; Friday 9:32 Saturday 4:32 & 9:32 Christian education; Mrs. J. V. Class Bernard Johann. TUESDAY: Brownie TroopNo. I TortureTest I
Ail!prim locludi Fidtral
I Pickett, publicity; and Mrs. R. F. Fisher has spent the past 493 meets at Scout Hut. TnOc-nuU ul OntkU LU.Tu.
Roberts and Mrs. W. A. Law. The November meeting of the months after his return from WEDNESDAY: Cadette

':: "THEDAYOFTHETRIFFIDS"HOWARD horne, telephone committee. I Homemaker's Sunday School class I volunteer duty on the Hope in 'I Troop No. 251 meets at Scout Hut : ROBISONJEWELRY

Circle chairmen for '64 will be: of the Five Points Baptist Church! : Peru, speaking to various public 3:00: A.M.Cadette '
: KEEL Mrs. 0. R. Spainhour, Mrs. Herb I was held Tuesday evening at the j,' and civic groups on the work Troop No. 108 meets I CO.
; TECHNICOLOR White, Jr., Mrs. E. P. Fachko, home of Mrs. Lonnie Freemanon aboard the Hope and its importance at Scout Hut 6:00: A.M. Downtown Gulf :
Mrs. Kittrell, Mrs. DuBois, Mrs. I Clinch Drive. 'I' to America.He THURSDAY: Junior Troop : 317 Atlantic Ave.ID .

... .: SUNDAY AND MONDAY Ben Eller, and Mrs. Bob Franklin I The meeting began with 'a de. outlined the operation of No. 330 meets at Scout Hut.

I : chairmen of circles 1, 2, 3,- 4, votion given by Mrs. Freeman.A ., the ship and its work, and stressed FRIDAY: Junior Troop No. 179 j: ---_ ___ _u __, .__. _
: .Sunday. 2:30: & 7:30 Monday 7:30 5,6, and 7 respectively. short business meeting was I its importance as a channel meets at Scout Hut. '
toward better public relations
then the -I j
presided over by president
: "FOR LOVE OR MONEY" Senior Citizens Mrs. George Smith. I with South America. 9:30 held A.M.every at. the 3rd.Scout Tuesday Hut at I
Mrs. Smith closed the meeting I Don Roberts assisted Fisher I
KIRK DOUGLAS MITZI GAYNOR GIG YOUNG Celebrate Hallowe'enThe with prayer. Refreshments were with the showing of slides taken

TECHNICOLOR served by Mrs. Freeman, assisted tl hi Peru, of the country, its people -j St. Michael'sWomen's
Senior Citizen's Club gavea by Mrs. Jack Bridges. and the conditions the doc Guild To

-- ---- I very interesting and enjoyable Members present were: Mrs.I tors found there. Fisher stated :
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.. J I Hallowe'en party Thursday even Curtis Bass, Mrs. Cecil Blalock, the possibility of sending another | Meet WednesdayThe I
i ing. A musical program was 'Mrs. David Hull, Mrs. Harold : similar ship and stressed the
L given by Mrs. Doroth7 Boot, who i Reynolds, Mrs. Norman Ogilvie, need for funds and support for Women's Guild of St. ;

.. ;Introduced the "Glad Tones I Mrs. Bridges, Mrs. Carlos Car I the project. | Michael's Catholic Church will ,-
: .) i Quartette", a musical organiza. I hold its November meeting Wednesday II III :-
ter, Mrs. Ronnie Hyers, Mrs. Fisher will serve again beginning I "
.. tion composed of Fred Bond, Don Claude Wingate, Mrs. Smith, j in December when the Hope I November 13 at 8:00: p.m. -I ;
RKGiL i Heafner, Reverend Donald R. I in St. Michael's Hall. .1
t featured inS Mrs. Neil Drake, and Mrs. Freeman. will be stationed in Ecuador. He '
Edtorially Himmelman and Rex Dudley. j All guild and church women ID t I "T .
: Good Housekeeping I will be one of 30 doctors who will i .
: KNITWEAR r"i : i Magazine.Advertised in Their rendition of several numbers i! serve as a team for two months I are asked to attend this important I \ fl., I .J: t .
in old harmony 1 1I 1\\
The NewYorkTimeS good barbershop ; meeting.
S each, a member of one of 7
Hospital Auxiliary '
\ was received with loud
/ Magazine Section. applause I
( teams.
.. -.. \: and demands for encores. Plans Tea For New At the conclusion of his talk, I Pythian Sisters i iI

Miss Judy Fussel, accompaniedby Fall
I Fisher answered questions and COLMA
., Mrs. Boot at the piano, sang, Members TuesdayThe mentioned a film, taken of the I District Meeting :;;

"The Lilac Tree" and "Moon I in Peru 'which will
Woman's Auxiliary to hospital ship I Set For Monday
.. Love." Her rendition was beautiful ; soon be available to the Fernan
'j and most effective. : Humphreys Memorial Hospital ,dina Beach Committee for Project The district meeting of Py
; [ will meet Tuesday afternoon, 'j :
H. S. Luke gave a dissertationon I November 12, at 3:30, at the I Hope. : thian Sisters will be held at I, Sport ShirtsSee
the origin and history of Hal. home of Mrs. J. J. G, Cooper at Prior to the speech, Mrs. A. C. !I Temple No. 7 Monday evening at
) I lowe'en together with stories of 255 South Fletcher Ave.A Mclnnis, music chairman, introduced 7:30 in the Masonic Temple here. 1'
? : the manner of celebrating the tea honoring new memberswill an eight girl high school : District Deputy Grand Chief,
l : :: occasion in the early days. be held following the meet- chorus as the musical portion of ': Josephine Trice will be in charge.

:: Mrs. L S. Grant, program the program. The group included: The Whole Spectrum of
t ing.All Barber $295
Jane Griffin Blanche
chairman, assisted by Mrs. Ruby members are cordially Invited ,
:I i j King, conducted Hallowe'en and urged to attend. Barbara Smith, Linda Huggins, NEW HOME Tangy Fall Colors, The Whole
: Shirley Shepard, Wanda Shealey, To
.. \5 i games which were quite originaland
I ,. j f delightfully "Spooky." The Mary Reynolds, and June Still, FOR SALEONLY Eye-Taking Pattern PanoramaIn
S ,.. Methodist CircleTo and was accompanied Mrs. :
: welcomed members oy $595
club two ,
I i" I Our New Arrivals !
Arnold school choral
Frank high
I titt\ Mrs. 0. R. Spainhour and Mrs. Ship DrugsTo :
music director, at the piano. '
: Jim Smith.
South AfricaThe Following the speaker, Mrs. J.
S I i f, Harry Lohman displayed a C. Bennett, Jr., president, opened !i $115.60DOWN 313
most interesting collection of Ella Hardee Circle met in the business meeting by thank I PARTIN'S AtlanticAve.
; : early dress and hat styles and Parish Hall of Memorial Metho. .
ing the committees responsible
( kIti% J other items of historical interest. dist Church on October 15, with for such an interesting program. j .
of the members ; :
I iA number were Mrs. Paul Burns as hostess. | The minutes of the previous
: in masks and costume and their The business meeting was open meeting were read by the secretary PHONE 261. 606 ESTABLISHED 1878

H j antics added much to the gaiety ed with a prayer by the chairman I' Mrs., P. C. Stewart; Mrs. j I ,.

i I of the occasion. Mrs. Herb Bailey. The usual i W. C. Owens read the treasurer's ,. -- -- --
:I Refreshments were served by I spiritual l life and missionary I report. }I'

I Mrs. F. J. Schroeder and Mrs. I education programs were omitted I Mrs. R. N. Alday thanked the
: 0'f r7AflZii Ruby King to the thirty members because of the project of the day. I membership committee for their
and guests present. The circle was informed that I work on the membership tea held ;
u the Claxton Fruit Cakes on order I for new and prospective mem-1 i DAILY I SPECIALLunch..97c..Dinner V
Jr. Girl Scouts would be here in time for Thanksgiving bers. Mrs. Henry J. Allison, Jr.,
tt 4 Jjj; sales. : membership chairman, introduced
,. Hold CampoutAt Mrs. G. T. Butler read two recent : the following new members: Ilrs. I i

Fort ClinchThe letters, one from Command.j Robert Douglas, Mrs. P. R. Entz-
; I'm a girl who's treated like a princess. You can er Hanson of Norfolk saying that j''minger, Mrs. E. H. Junck, Mrs.

tell' by my sweater and skirt. They're REGAL. girls of Junior Girl Scout the Navy's Operation Handclasp; F. R. Shurley, Mrs. Gerald Dow- Choice of Meat 3 Fresh Vegetables All Home Cooked feDeviled
i would not make deliveries to ,
any i less, Mrs. Billy B. Foster, and
330 worked on their requirements -
I t Orion makes my V neck slipover soft and fluffy. Troop for back.yard Africa south of the Sahara for Mrs. W. D. Littles, Jr. :i

I : Color coordinated with 100% wool Ice Cream plaid while they enjoyed the camping activities I at least a year. This caused} a Mrs. R. N. Galphin chairman Ii! Crabs A SpecialtyOUR
change of plans in the ciitl.'sshipment ,1 of the scholarship committee an- .
of overnight
I i box pleated skirt. an campoutat. of sample medicines&ifnounced! that plans for raising :' .
Fort Clinch Friday nightThe
the Congo Republic 3\;i : the annual $250 contribution for i. SECRET RECIPE
!, In ,Raspberry or Blueberry 29 girls and their leaden, I The second letter, from :' D lr.. the Scholarship House Project at I, g ID

Mrs. Donald Piper, Mrs. J. P. : Glen J. R. Eschtruth of P$ K:{Florida State University have !: Home Made Chili

r Sweater Sizes 7-14] . $5.98 ford Justice,enjoyed and Mrs.their Gene Weather-nose-bag I Memorial Hospital, Kapanga:Katanga ''!been completed. The Woman's i il f
Congo Republic, directed l man's '
Club will "give away" a
I lunches Friday evening spiteof that the drugs be in barrel*',, '[rand a ladies' Bulova watch at the I : .

: Skirt Sizes 7-14 . . $7.98 the 40 degree weather and the Methodist Mission B ,[December meeting. Tickets will .
; rain. New York, for re-shipment to'hu' be available at a minimum dona-
1 Saturday morning the girls had I I Sands Restaurant
hospital U\ I Hum of $1.00.Members .
1i r' the breakfast of their choice and I One metal barrel of physician's I were reminded that GoldeN I
i A. S. ALLAN'SATLANTIC at lunch had camp stew, meat- 'sample drugs had been completedsince I the Woman's Club Chorus, newly 'OCEANFRONT .
balls and hash brown potatoes, or
t. I September meeting. organized this year, will give a i
;, spoonburgers. Following the business meeting,1 Christmas Concert on December -
AVENUE Troop 330 meets regularly on circle members spent several 17. Edward Doe will be guest .#' \- f\

I I :....- ___._ _.__ Th n t.t !.Scout ,Hut hour in packing a second barrel I iolout OQ &that occasion. [ .




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-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, November 7, .1963 Page Five -- the most skillful transplanting tory for a gay spot in the gar.

I I Highway: trel(anwcts f tY.PrtrGm! At Container of poppies seems to retard I den.flowers They, their make tendeiwy charming-1o milt cut

growth considerably ,and
Nick Jorishie-'
: Sunshine Girls Council To Be spur also.. prefers not to be being overcome by berniagthe,
Over 600 at Container
employees lark-I'
Honored At PartyOn planted. Poppy seed ends of the stems quickly< after
Corporation of Amer1C'slocal .
gathering and then phingin in

4th BirthdayNick Instituted !In Ceremonies HereThe division are more familiar I! the chlordane garden around could the well bed use to discourage -' deep water for an hour or. "more

with good traffic safety practices ants but the larkspur'I before arranging. *

Jorishie celebrated his visor for the order with Mrs. following a program by 1 seeds rather heavy to be attractive i I There is a November. flower
11th State Council 1 of S< j are
fourth birthday Saturday after ,|I the Florida Highway Patrol. i; : show coming up. The date Is
Don't depend'on
Rizer assistant to ants.
Myrtle Royal
shine' Girls order of Pvth'an' Sisters
noon with the help"of his 1\1 I I Harris officer i
23rd the
Advisor Sgt. R. safety the volunteer seedlings of either November ; pTicth6;
year old brother, Jeff, and five will be instituted in cwmonie I of the Patrol; has providedinstruction II I dining room of the Keystone
t'tf + the flowers
Masonic < 1 of these plants,
VAs here Saturday at the The twenty-six members to be
other '
pre-schoolers. at the local mill! for 'will be inferior and you have i Hotel Why not have a part'in it
arrived the Teroole. :initiated in the new order are, the several weeks with the
the guests at Ut- 'I past only wasted garden space. It is I by exhibiting your choice plant
Mr TVlma GaP ath
Jorishie home they were given a* Marlene Giddens, Charley Allan, cooperation of A. 1.'Sefher, Con' s..: much more satisfactory to buy and flowers? Anybody can..exhi:*
Pot Cram Advisor will beth .
party hats. After playing games installing Royal officer. Carol Booth, Marcia Daniels, I tamer safety director. ?. fresh seed of the most up-to- bit. Potted plants are to"be
such as London Bridge, Nick and who graduated from brought on Friday, November
Doyle, date varieties.
The institution win be held Pam Daniels, Rita Cook, Norm ,
his guests opened h:s gifts. The the University of Florida in 1951 5. I 22nd. from 2:00 to 5:00: PM anj)
from 3'30: until 5 Saturday aftt"r-j Henderson, Jerry Keene, Kay The seed of the very large
received favors of Patrol work I cut specimens the morning of
guests party and went right into on
Sue Kelley, Brenda Lit- i
followed bv dinner. The initiation : Kelley
noon double poppies can only be ob-
paddles and balls. conducted his classes with a three I the 2Srd. from 8:00 to. IdalX:
1 and installation will beheld ; ties, Pat McMonagle, Chmone '
After all gifts were opened, i I at 7 i Moore, Shirley Melton, Janice I point program. tained from gardening friends, as : There are prizes for the best pot
the cake dec p.m. it is not on the market. The I ted plant and the best cut sped
group was served More than 125 euests are ev I Melton, Dorothy Jean Pickett 11. The attitude of Today's Drivera ,
orated with yellow and white, and netted including Sunshine Girls Diane Tuten, Nancy Tuten, Mar- ( ) How the driver's attitude Shirley Poppies, however, are men, and also a sweepstakes
ice cream. Punch and mints were from Jacksonville members of cia Wood, Candace Younblood.j affects his community. "apt very lovely in both the single and prize for the person wi ii \i.the
available at the refreshment b How the driver's attitude 'double forms and very satisfac- I most blue ribbons in horticulture
I Jacksonville Temples and Grand j Shirley Sheppard, Fran Cattle, ( ) ,

table which was covered' with a Officers. Charlotte McQuirt, Judy Bennett, affects his family.c __ __ _-_ __ __ n ..
white linen cloth. 'I Mrs. Mary K. Moore of Fer Pamela Wallace and Debra Wal- ( ) How the driver's attitude .. '>:,<.M,... ...' .
Those present were: Joel Hal nandina Temple 7 is Royal Ad. lace. affects his economy. .., .'.,....,. ., Ii; .
lig, Mike and Pam Brown, Julie 2. Laws Most Often Ignored.a .. '
Harrison, and Robin Solomon. I ( ) Florida Highway Patrol SERGEANT DOYLE AND SAFETY OFFICER SETHER :

Mrs. Ken Jorishie was hostess Missionary To Fill action. I I I Now : ::
for the party. PersonalsI (b) The reasons for the laws. I :

I (c) How infractions can affecta .
Zippers always work smoothly Friends of Col. E. V. Garcia' First Presbyterian driver's!! license.

when teeth' are rubbed occasion will regret to hear he was admitted 3. What Driver's Should Know TheGarden FASTER .SERVICE AND ;

ally with a bit of wax. to the Naval Hospital in Claude Wingate, director of .
Jacksonville on Monday, to undergo Pulpit SundayA Container,
public relations at
i -3 I observation.E. I said today that Doyle has said i Basket REASONABLE PRICES :

BedroomFOR House H. McCranie of Waycros, man who'h s first-hand i he will be glad to meet with :

Ga. and C. C. McCranie! of Gain knowledge of turbulent, post-independence other groups in this area and BY JANE SCOFIELD ..*. .

SALE esville, were on hand Sunday to I Congo'nwill speak in provide similar programs. I for'leoul9Wfy :
this city Sunday, November 10th,
help their father, W. I. McCranie .
t FOR ONLY I celebrate his 77th birthday witha The Rev. John H. LaMotte, mis- Nassau 4-H Youths November is a month in which tractive small bloom, particularly .

dinner party. The families of sionary to Congo since 1961, will try to get all the fall plantingdone the red variety.

! $25.63DOWN McCranie's two sons accompaniedthem. Preach at the First Presbyterian Take HonorsJacksonville At which time did not permitin Unless you purchase tulips Snaiavcd j: ;

Church at the eleven o'clock ser FairIn October. Tlie seeds of many which have been held in storageby .
i vice. The public is cordially in- of the spring blooming annualscan nearby seed stores it will be

Mr. and Mrs Areld L. Sether still be planted but for mostof necessary to hold your bought dj/; :
I vited.When the cattle show held Friday i egauifrrt;
PAUL C. BURNS returned Sunday from New York the Presbyterian U. S. at the Greater JacksonvilleFair them it is now better to buy bulbs in the food compartment of (or6 \ .. j

PHONE 261-3606 I City where they attended the missionary and his family left night Nassau County 4-H boys the plants. The following bulbs I your refrigerator for six weeks .
|I wedding of their neice, Miss Bonnie the United States in 1960, their and ,girls exhibited 17 beef cattle may be planted in November according before planting. We treat tulips -i

I Strain of Rochester, N. Y. and six dairy animals. to a chart put out by a I as an annual in Florida, for the and

-, I to Gerald White of Wilmington, ''''''._'..,,....,.........., I Showing beef cattle were: Greg Jacksonville seed store: anemone, I bulbs' do not hold over well for .
i Delaware. The wedding took placeat i W7 "W.'w.- : .w."i"r..j Hendricks, Larry amaryllis, calla, crinum, daffodils -i I another season. We used to think I
Jones Kathy
All Saints' Episcopal Church AiI : Easter Lily, freesias, both I that was a hardship until we :
Tison, Gil Quarrier, Lyn Quar hll10t
The paint that and was followed by a receptionat I .f:....;:;.:'.... :. rier, Kathy Tison, Tony Hen- Dutch and Roman hyacinths (the learned from a resident of Mans- .
St. Anthony's Club. I ::.: ,... ... ; I Barbara Dutch hyacinth is best plantedlate field, Ohio that the bulbs for the ,
dricks, Tommy Cravey,
America's ::O:<'. .. In the month or in Decem- tulip beds at Mansfield's -
changed Tommy Hall, Jr., who is attend- : ) Cravey and Richard Cravey. gorgeous All Styles And Types Of Engraving''E .:
:::'. ... .1 ber, for it needs a cold temperature famed Kingwood Center
painting habits- ing North Florida Junior College t In the beef fitting contest, ), Dutch Iris, hurricane lily j are yearly gifts from -a grower

at Madison, spent the weekend Barbara Cravey was awarded a (Lycoris) from bought bulbs or I in Holland with the strict proviso --- ,,
) here with his parents, Mr. and trophy for first place and Greg bulbs if growthof all bulbs destroyed
T I from one's own that each year are -
Mrs. Thomas G. Hall. Jones a medal for second place' I foliage has not started, oxalis immediately after the ALSO HANDLE A FINE LINE OF i.
I Kelly Bowen left Friday by 1 : Showing dairy cattle were ornithogalum (the cluster 01 blooming season. .Personally, we ENGRAVED
Delvin :
Lucit plane for San Francisco after .:.>,{' and Higginbotham I white flowers with the black dig ours when the foliage dies .Ii '
spending a 30 day leave with his riJ l: t my Boyd, and Anne grade 1 I I beady eyes), narcissus, ranun- dry them for several weeks and I LETTERHEADS BUSINESS CARDS :

I' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. : Delvin Higginbotham's I culus, rubrum lilies (not apt to store in plastic bags in the refrigerator -
awarded .
Bowen of Clinch Drive. He is '.," Jersey was reserve last from year to year in this until planting time, .1 ENVELOPES SOCIAL STATIONERY .
enroute to Honolulu, Hawaii i? grand champion and Don Higgin-I climate) sparaxis, snowdropslocal and content ourself with some- .
WALL PAINT second in
where he will be stationed with, F botham placed I ( name, the catalougue list- what smaller blossoms the second .
\ the Navy for two years: Kelly1't showmanship contest. ed name for the bulb which year to augment the new

spent the last two years at Cane fi i .' thrives here is snowflake) wat- bulbs our budget allows. See Samples At :

I Chiniak, Kodiak, Alaska with the 1s," hasdone graduate sonias (have been hurt by the Larkspur and poppy seed require ..
ginia. He post-
''I No mixing or stirring 0 r" cold the last several winters) and
Navy. .
study in Montpellier, France, and cold weather to germinate. i
Doesn't drip or spatter like ordinary ; Neuchatel, Switzerland,. and has tulips which are not planted until They are flowers which reseed
Mr. and Mrs J. D. Williams, cold weather has arrived and :]icrnan inaltcachNcwsI'ca :
paints I Dries in minutes their two sons, Butch and Bubba, x't t held pastorates in Oceana, West then only those bulbs which have themselves prolifically but you r

X Clean up with soap: and water and Shirley McKendree visited Virginia, and Chatham, Virginia.His been held in cold storage for six will notice that the volunteer ,
Williams' Mr. and wife is the former Olivia plants never appear until after PHONES 261-3686 261-3687 :
Mrs. parents
The above comments are
Nassau Building & Mrs, J. W Gore in Camilla, Ga.lithis Ann Bishop of Greenville, Flor weeks.! taken from experience or cold weather. Those who plant ,
I' Luluabourtr, Congo ours ,
past weekend. I I ida. They have three children: larkspur early in the fall solve .
Supply Co. I Sarah Katharine, 5; John, Jr., 3; and Mrs. J. M. Garner were The fa'm- We would add ixias to the list ): .
112LS.( Jh. Phone 2(51-361( ,S Mr. eventual destination was the I and Margaret Rose, 1. in the refrigerator for a month'
\ visited by their son Lester last Congo, but it was necessary that ily will be at home in Maxton and also. These are very much like or more. We can have beautifu1'j Engraving Firms In The United States :

weekend. lIe now holds a positionin they first learn French, the official Montreat, North Carolina, and I freesias but have no fragrance: larkspur and poppies by planting I .
the bank at Tarpon Springs. language of the country. Greenville, Florida, until their I and are easier grown in the gar.' the seed in the garden as cold I .,

They studied French at Neucha return to the Congo in June,. 1964. l den. Sparaxis' furnishes an at.,\weather begins in the fall. EvenV I .
II. D. Lohman attended
I Mr. and Mrs. ..
Used CarsWe Switzerland the school .f T-
1 the Stamp Collectors' Con I. tel, during
vention at the Robert Meyer year r

Have A Good i Hotel in Jacksonville last Sunday. I"Europe-T'hey- were for some delayed months in leaving due to !!

NOVEMBER 1C the date set I the unsettled conditions in the !
Selection of for the annual Smorgasbord is to \ Congo. When word finally came 3 DAYS OF VALUES AT W .A-

I be held at the Junior High Cafe I for them to set out for the troub i .j

I torium by the Women of St. Pet. led land, the'minister was reminded -

Used Cars er's Episcopal Church. For tick of Philip's summons to I r.
Africa in the Biblical However .
ets, contact Mrs. S. E. Stewart. story.
: I he wrote, "the words of the .
Traded In On angel came in a cablegram and i I' r
I the chariot was a Boeing 707 SALE PRICEDLOWERTHAN :!,; .,

1964 FordsIf Stork ClubRecent which whisked us from Geneva ,1Iastic ,.

to; Leopoldville in 7Vz hours." EVER BEFORE! ,

arrivals at Humphreys At Bibanga, their new home, !
Arc In
You he taught Bible and church history "* l :
Memorial Hospital: __ 19 Imperial Portable TV ; ; .
The Market For A I in a Christian high school. I.. ----- I Raincoat .
A daughter, Frances Ann, born But just five months after their : Big Picture Power with { \ \ r

Used Car Phone October 21 to Harriet and Bill i arrival, mounting tension in Bi-I Daylight Clear, R eg. 1.69 ;

Charles, Curt or .. Patrick, 1"25 Broome lit I ;.Street, ,i banga with. made children it necessary to be for relocated families -- ,, 111 1 f *. Bright Pictures! '. j :

Gene A daughter, Sheila Ruth, born and the LaMottes moved to i r PLUS S P1ece ; <
October 25 to Margaret Ann and "' Ca Ister Set .
At I II Jim Gibbs, 334 N. Fletcher. I continued his teaching I "Future" TV Table i iI .

261-3819 1 A daughter, Deirde Leannc, there at the Ecole de Predica-I I r:: Beautiful Chrome Finish! Clear plastic! ,
I Lillian and teurs, a high school level training i 2.88 Ragged! .
born October 27 to Moves E aSI.1 An h ere I .
\ y- yw Carry ouch)
Melvin Dougherty, 1718 Beech school for Congolese preachers. ,, P 1 s
LASSERREMotor I II St. In the summer of 1962, the I : Both For )9115 S Good looking! r

family moved again, this time to Decorelar
Co. A son, Billy, born October 27 Lulabourg for the reopening of Regular $158.88 colors! ,
I : to Grace and Billy Joyce, P. 0. an interdenominational theological -I 5119.93 '

327. school. The first months were 2CCU40 fRa

A daughter, Sherry Lynn, born discouraging. Delayed transportof uler t Just set it and forget WHY PAY MORE?
JAX CIVICAUDITORIUM equipment, increasing prices, ,
October SO to Doris and Richard it! "Memory" mner
sS ,
Foster, 211 S. 4th Street. the scarcity of materials, tribal Sl 120,000 Volts of Big Picture THERE'S NO FINERAMMUNITION .
strife all created i difficulties for /

A daughter, Rebecca Ann, born the new school, and when it Power-brighter, THAN Ise,>! Farm f 1t :

Nov. 11 Thru 16 October 31 to Dee Ann and Ro- opened in September, only one clearer, sharper contrast i Cha1t
II 'l: e :
With Working ;
bert Adams, Route 1, Amelia first-year student /was enrolled. pictures i t
EVl" 820 Mais. \Vfi-Sil 2:00: Road.A By the official opening in November Trade t Easy-tocarry handle! Ile g5 6.29 ,

however the student body ,
; f'
:THE PULITZER PRIZE MUSICALI daughter, Linda Fae, born had grown to 18 and the cere- 3DSQ11 Reserve power N :.. .
November 1 to Wanda and Albert attended treme fringe areaviewing $ \ .
,._ monies were by man7 :
1 Hardaker, 1802 HighlandDr. local dignitaries. One 'feature of tMWIUI .. 4.1.... :
i Form-fitted, scratch-
the was a with
I I program song
: '
I ., .
proof safety glass! ;
in each of the languages
stanzas seven -
I A daughter, Tina Louise, born spoken by the students. II I TruetoneChosen Over 7,000,000 Times! :
: October 20 to Sylvia and John s SGC1150.53 f
I Sills, Rt. 1, Box 33. During his two busy years in I I' t
the Congo, the missionary has I 12 l :
felt he both discouragementand roadrr ix ,
Six out of ten students who says TRUETOIrf' Imperial I Magnum hlf-lIY.Ii.'lsi
8th to hope. lie has seen evidenceof S |,ilt-l. carrying h..41." .
I the grade on I
1 complete graduate from high school go and superstition, but also of broth- 23 Console 00 Buck, 0 Buck No. 1 BuckBox Chokt .f 3 coUnlon : :

II half of all hgh: school graduates erhood.He 1 With INSTAVUt of 2 5- $3.00 : :
watched a village chief accused -
complete at least one year of col $239.93
{ of black magic because ofseveral I Switch on-show's
I fri I lege. deaths-- -in.. the village, prepare .! No u .12 fia." FIELD- ....... .LOAD...".. T.
( take i the t .No.4 No.5 No.6 No. 8 Sh&t
'a+ ." I HMW Kl: KM. to a poison cup, I ..
1 S 20,000 for
.........1AIIa results of which, it was believed, e :- : !
# -or clear, iharp image! Box of 25 $2.10 .
}yllFli W.ND'mtf a"'t5''' FOR would prove his innocence of
wfwruaaa. guilt. t Twin BI found :
...lusas a I And he was present at the speakers! -t Oat .oltl-p.rftct pafftrul .
: .
i e i9ipoliilrad ,"Iff rioff 1
Synod of the Congolese Church. p r .
finish (
SEATS NOWAT I, Mahogany a lelld evor ..,.b ull1t p t !
"It wonderful he reported
> Made sod loaded to precise standards :
Al'DITORl')1'SO IIEMMNG Covering : "to hear the heartfelt prayersfor No Money Down of Telocity, rautauges uniformity! save ,
forgiveness and unity and to ASSOCIATE STORE .
t PU:...334.2011 SEE see the members of each tribe I >F ..... oa _. f.
Wtlut Vu..r. -
239.95 $199.98
Mon. thru Thurs. .... iQ :Ootoo..s:0I'FrL : : taking the Lord's Supper from 141 0 2DCUU
S. 8th Street Phone 261-3233 1
and SatWrd. se S.50 N-5.50 erstwhile i ..... :
hands of their Io..V.
the .. lJG11t219.9a $209.98
matinee .. ._.... I -- .
Matinee .............. .oo.uo-uo.s.oo Matherof mies. '.With Working Home Owned and Operated :
Born in Waycross, Georgia, Tn4e.
With Mail Orders Enclose Self-Ad Fernandina Mr. LaMotte received his degrees Walter D. Smith, Owner ;

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Page Six News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, November 7, 1963
.Q.O OlOJQ910imO Q9 01OlOJ OJ O 0 0010 no officer shall at any leave, shall be entitled to the
unless specially ordered to lawful reward due for
money I
High School Echoes. Winn-Dixie Sales5.34 ':. f I so by a General commanding,in such service, on the production; NEW HOME
of exigency impress ] these of
flOBlDJU= sup- at headquarters proof of
I which are on their way to the fact, and may claim and shall FOR SALEONLY
BY NED TYSON Up PercentIn for sale on arrival" There I receive a furlough for 20 days
been complaints in Florida for any specified kinsman, friendor
Hello :
I. I
16-Week 1 Period a IHMED 7ms I farmers are holding back ,: connection for each and every i
Friday night the Pirates bounc- not for higher prices deserter, skulker'and absentee so I $115.60DOWN
f d"back' from a dismal outing atState Nassau EndorsesContinued I because they are afraid that I II arrested." This order is signed by ,;

Fe to defeat Douglas 200. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Edited ly SAMUEL PBOCTORfflOT I I produce will be impressed! command of General Beaure- I
Everyone played "heads-up" foot- ( from Page One) Sales recorded by Winn-Dixie I on its way to market Gen- gard of the Confederate Department -
tall, but the scoring trio was Stores during the 16-week pencil o-- : Cooper's action in this re- of South Carolina, Georgia, I PAUL C. BURNS

Richard Schomas, Chip Wood, and I IJ conservation and outdoor recrea- ended October 19 showed an increase _ T _ 0_ n vvvvwvvvv lfOftrf-rfn ftf i I should dispel fears and re- and Florida t! PHONE 261.3606
J Pee Wee Nobles. I II tion projects throughout the of 5.34 percent over the the minds of people on this j James B. Carlisle, co-publisher I
I state. corresponding period a year ago. Published by the purpose of j and editor of the Floridian and I
I It began to rair In the school trustee election, A total sales volume of $256, FLORIDA LIBRARY AND deciding. upon the best I In a letter to Confederate Gen- Journal died at his home in Tallahassee .1
at half time, bu Hal Belcher was unopposed for 758,223 for this 16-week period HISTORICAL COMMISSIONCIVIL procuring by purchase a I I P. G. T. Beauregard, Gover this evening after an i ,
the F. B. H. S reelection in District One and surpassed last year's figure of WAR CENTENNIAL of provisions for the needy I Milton criticizes the decision illness of only a few days. His I
Band graved th received 458 votes.J. $243,733,899 by $13,019,324. COMMITTEE ilies of soldiers belonging block the Chattahoochee Riv- death is a serious loss to the community -
elements a n s.Went'bh L. Ervin was reelected in Sales during the four-week 208 Valencia Avenue county. The meeting will II He says that it is because of particularly since his :I
) to pre .y 9 District Three, receiving 282 period ending October 19 totaled Coral Gables 34, Florida I place at the courthouse. A i influence of persons in Ala- partner, Lt. Dyke is absent in : Save Lots of
tent an entertainng votes. Thomas B. Page, Sr., received $64,606,07 as compared with Edited by SAMUEL PROCTOR i turnout is expected to who want to supplant Ap- the Army. The question now h '
(. show. % 7 23G votes and D. Ernest $62,313,645 during the correspond. University of Florida I this patriotic and vitally as the port for Col whether the paper will be able
Following th Y Petree, 221. ing period in 1962, an increase "Legislature in Session" I ant object" Planters are by obstructing the river to continue. : MONEYLast

game, there wa' s s L. L. Owens was unopposed in of $2,292,432 or 3.68 percent Significant Florida Events for cularly urged to attend. Ii then diverting trade by way November 9 Brigadier Gen- !

iVictoryDance at the L' District Five and received 459 Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc. is now November, 1863 The U. S. S. Two I railroads to Mobile. eral! Alexander Asboth takes ,
,votes. operating a total of 614 super- !Jin to Key West today. Her November 7 Florida overf I
November 1 The Florida news-
Recreation Center sponsored by command of Federal forces in 1963 Mercury
I markets the South
the Junior Class. A large crowd' The trustee voting was coun- throughout as Card Manufacturing Company ter reports bad weather are carrying the following West Florida today. Colonel William I
from Fernandina attended in addition I' ty-wide for each office and only compared to 593 a year ago. which has a contract with the sailing along the lower official Instructions to I Monterey, 4-Door
C. Holbrook commands
to a good number from freeholders were eligible to cast state has already delivered! 547 \I coast. Officers and Agents: at ;'
Douglas The Junior Class will ballots. Short Session Held pairs of cards. :j The Tallahassee utmost promptness, energy, Fort Barrancas and Major Harvey Sedan .

sponsor another dance after this The 10-mill levy, was allowedby By Lions Tuesday Federal Admiral Bailey, com- ports compliments which siavPc'r!I I 1 industry are required of A. Allen at Fort Pickens. Radio, Heater, Automatic
peek's game with Starke. law for Special Tax School manding the East Gulf Blockad-I soldiers in the Army of '' ag nt'aJ\d.hi3 assistants to Asboth will have his headquarters -:
all l the of Transmission Power
District No. 1, Nassau County,.. An interesting subject, "Return ing Squadron, reports that he tomac have received. .1' /surplus supplies at Pensacola. I i ,
] Monday, the candidates for of has thirty-three vessels on patrol I an army review, as the country; otherwise the arm- i Steering, Power Brakes,
State The
of Florida, was approvedby Square", was presentedas :
in the field cannot be fed. As
, Homecoming Queen began cam- the brief program at the duty off the Florida coast. I Corps was passing, : College kids away from home W/SW Tires.
282 freeholders.The is
turned to General Lee n paigning. Jars for each candi: Tuesday night session of the November 2 In a letter to I most protiacTive" State remain- consider the family telephone acollector's
vote results on the amend- "That is the remnant of
date: are circulated throughoutthe Lions Club, when Mike Fiala reada the Florida Sentinel the person I to the Confederacy, much de item." I
I lant Florida
is Brigade. Last 1963 Falcon
ments official. The vote on -
on'that subject preparedby who last month criticized condi- ,
paper I
school and community on the Lee immediately took off upon 'fle' activity of the
trustees and millage is unofficial, > a member of an Illinois tions at the Tallahassee Hospital I i
basis of a penny for each vote.! 1 and remained uncovered \ agents within her 4-Door Station
pending canvassing by the school Chamber Commerce.The iI
of writes, "I regret that offense has ." I
The money collected will go to the board. Florida Brigade passed. ASKINS I
paper promoted ,the fact I been given where it was not in- 'I' a compliment which we The U. S. S. Annie today cap- Wagon
Student Council. This. year's tended. not to
basically that the country was I was attempting remember to have the British schooner Paul
Homecoming candidates are Sue NOVEMBER 16 is the date set founded by men who would now blame Dr. J. H. Randolph, the I by ever gallant Commander Bayport The English vessel, LAUNDROMAT Automatic Transmission,
Selpli Margaret Ann Taylor, Shir for the annual Smorgasbord to be> termed "square." Our founding Surgeon in charge at the hospitalwho I Potomac our to other of Havana, carried an assort- I. Radio and Heater.
)Jey'Dees, Gail Vann, Kay Cover, be held at the Junior High Cafe- i fathers were men of integrity was absent on duty at the I eral Lee any Corps. cargo.
and Sherry Lang. The Queen will torium by the Women of St. Peter'lt honesty and sincerity, believing time of the occurrence Dr. never pays a November 8 The following FREE COFFEEFor
to or party of THESE CARS CARRY
be announced at the Pirate Escap Episcopal Church. For tick- in an honest day's work for Randolph will immediately cor- without any it is deserved." order is being circulated i I I Our Customers
kdeaon: .November 14. ets, contact Mrs. S. E. Stewart; an honest dollar." rect all delinquencies in his department Florida: "Any person j I NEW CAR WARRANTY
The U. S. S. Tioga is
I : This year's Princesses will be A preliminary report was givenon as he is unquestionablya dered to blockade duty shall arrest, or cause to be Mrs. Kathryn AbelsAttendant 24,000 MILES OR
, Janice Fowler and Jeanette Gass TO THE OCEANI a recent Light Bulb Sale conducted gentle man of refined feelings, and delivered to any en- 24 MONTHS
by the Lions Club. President of energy and ability unsurpassed Gulf.November office of the District, a
the Class and Mar.
I from Junior wonder, as I sit alone 4 The
515 South Street
in the Con Eighth
Ben Clarke said the final by any Surgeon skulker, or any other
I ha Pendleton and Cherrie Eden- Upon thy sounding shore, federacy." Baptist convention opens Stop By For A
would be absent'without
report forthcomingsoon. or soldier,
'field from the Sophomore and From whence thy mighty strength nual meeting today in I I
{Freshman Class respectively. 1 derives; Admiral Bailey congratulatesthe November 5 The U. Trade In Price On
I I Dr. C. B. Brewton had his son, officers and sailors of the
What force the rolling breakerI Beauregard today
I r All classes and clubs are getting I., drives Chip,. as his guestNassau's U. S. S. Adela for their part in British blockade-running Your Old Car
busy with their homecoming the Hillsborough River expeditionlast
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attractions, skits, floats, and Before my unbelieving eyes month, resulting in the destruction Volante, with a cargo Happy BirthdayFrom This Weekend
:walking skits. It really looks like It's roiling flood to pour. ExhibitContinued of the Confederate of Canaveral.salt and dry goods, off

I 1 the school is in for a hectic week, When earth was young, this tur steamer Scottish Chief and sloop November 6 The
SEE YOU NEXT WEEK! gid flood ( from Page One) Kate Dale. The whole affair, ate Inspector-General has
Did rage, untamed, alway. Bailey says, "seemed to have LASSERREMotor
I re-issued a general order
breeze Farms of Callahan Judge J. E. (Gene) WeatherfordDon't
I Buccaneer Coin Yea, ere the stars o'erhead were was been executed with coolness. subject of impressment
born, awarded first place for the best A Florida newspaper reportsthe that "no governmental Co.
: :Club To MeetMonday Or moon from earth's broad white dozen eggs, then was awarded success of an experiment cer says shall, under any Forget, Your Birth Month Is
grand champion of best dozen that broomcorn Phone 261-3819
bosom torn, showing common ces whatever, impress the
: Evening O'er all creation's mystic morn, eggs in the show. This dozen I will yield excellent molasses."It ; plies which an individual Time To Renew Your Driver's License
Thy limpid empire lay. eggs scored 99.5 points, which: is is much sweeter than sorghum -
I The. Buccaneer Coin Club will his own consumption or ,
almost perfect, and was the high I ," according to this account.
meet Monday evening at 7:30 Thy restless wafers calm at last I his family, employees or
t I est score ever given at an egg Major P. W. White, Florida's
pjn. at the Recreation Center And free from tropic storm, show at the Greater JacksonvilleFair. I Confederate Commissionary Offi- -

I :Everyone interested in coin or Became a magic cauldron where, Much progress has been II cer, today issued from his officeat
stamp collecting is cordially in- The chemistry of earth and air, made in recent years in the pro- Quincy an appeal to the peo- .'
: vited to, attend. I With all the cosmic forces there, duction, handling, processing and ple of Florida for food and other
s I Did seethe, and l life was born. marketing of high quality eggs I supplies. The issues of the wa: 4-ENGINE

from Nassau County. have now more than ever been TOMMY IVO'S
0 sounding sea! 0 mystery!
On Friday afternoon the 4-H transferred to the "people 4 at
0 miracle divine!
Torture Club judging contests were held home." If the latter decrease DRAGSTER
What mighty forces lie asleep!
In[ the livestock judging. the Clay their support of the armies "these, '
What secrets dwell within thy
1 team the armies must fall back from the
County nosed out second -
deep! .
: Test place Nassau County team frontier. If the Federal forces .
ri Whose lurking shadows thou
doth keep of Lyn Quarrier, Greg Jones, should break through the famished WILL RUN ATBUCCANEER
Richard Cravey and Gil Quarrier.The Confederate lines the wave of
in realm's confine.
Downtown Gulf Deep thy Dayal team placed third desolation will roll' from the Gulfto -

Thy dark green depths concealthe and the Nassau second team plac- the Atlantic and the sacred
power ed fourth. cause of the South will be lost.
To overwhelm the world. If Southerners value their cattle DRAG STRIP

I Should arctic's icy fort be and hogs, their corn and their I
: FOR r stormed; Burns Is Guest money more than their cause,
The frigid mountains there be their army must fail To give

SANDRANFloor warmed; (Continued from Page One) bountifully is the test of patriotism -,I
Old Boreas, at last, disarmed for the people at home. Sunday November 10
And winter's banners furled; He noted that only as a city is November 3 The Tallahassee ,
Covering successful in attracting industryand Sentinel asks if the recom-
I The surging, uncontrolled flood, added payrolls can progress mendation of certain politiciansto
f ; SEE Thus loosed from winter's thrall, be enjoyed. put "everybody in the service
Would rush amain o'er hill and Bums, who has achieved international capable of bearing arms," is wise. I
plain; fame as one of this This would be "a short sighted : TOMMY IVO

Matherof Would Lofty mountain peaks country's outstanding mayors, is policy, and will prove injurious
attain, a gifted speaker and this was rather than beneficial to our Star of Movies
Fernandina I Thy former empire to regain, attested by the interest manifestin I cause. Experience has taught

s.;th St. Phone 261-4383 ';Triumphant over all his address. I that as a general thing, men in and Television
1 Herbert Luke Chuck Flenniken, outgoing this country over the age of 45
president, issued a welcome to years, are not fit for active service designed and built

those in attendance at the ban in the Army A man is ,
I 4 quet and called on Rev. James old when he reaches 45 We i ., 2L1 this 4-engine cars

Dunnam, pastor of the First Bap- are also now in far greater danger I n y
tist Church; for the invocation. of being overwhelmed from s for drag racing

Following the dinner, Flenni- the want of food and a viciated :
ken presented the new officersfor currency than by Lincoln's Arm- using 4 Buick en

the coming year as Reed ies. The big question facing the
: Lewellen, president; Burns Bai- Confederacy is one "of bread and gines and 4 wheeldrive.

ley, vice president; Ray Beville, meat Conscripting men over 45 ',00 ,' -'
treasurer, and new directors, Bob t would be suicidal. These men Parachute"THE
Cenek,. Hydie Peterson and John must remain on their plantationsand
Hutchins.He farms and grow the food SHOWBOAT" used to stop.

LI 1' also presented Mrs Ruth that the Army and civilians must
Brown, executive secretary of have if they are to stay alive and
,: .. the Chamber, and John Kiersey, fight. This will, be the fastest car to run on the Buccaneer Drag Strip, holding the world's

sr recently. named as Chamber' director A comment Florida from newspaper the reprintsa English record for % mile acceleration, reaching 195 miles per hour. "The Showboat" will

Following the introductions, humor magazine, London Fun: be driven by Tom McCourry Van Nuys, Calif., and will race against Perry Brown-
Flenniken listed a number of the "The South is blockaded and the
activities and achievements of North is blockheaded. ing of Jacksonville in a single engine "A" Dragster

the past year, as follows:' Captain F. L. Villepigue, whose
Dedication of Florida. Marine light artillery battery is stationed -
Welcome Station. near Savannah, Georgia, an-
Staging of Golden Crown nounces that he is bringing his DRAG RACES ADDED ATTRACTION

Put yourself in this picture now Fiesta Tourney.and $5000 InvitationalGolf company will accept up to maximum"such !able strengthand bodied

Assisted merchants with Christ- men as may offer." W, D. Barnes WILL BE HELD WORLD'S FASTEST I

mas, fighting. Post Adjutant, will accept
.. get a low-cost Home Loan Assisted Historical Society. all volunteers for the battery. '
SS. I ;Several requests for four-lan- The Leon County Commissioners FOR ALL CLASSES
ing 'U.S., 17. have announced a meetingfor
Assisted with meeting of Flor- Tuesday, November 10, "for This tiny car is powered by 2 rocket engines -

Building or buying, 'you're on your way :toa ida' and Georgia' engineers to discuss and is capable of 140 m.p.h.
to St.
proposed. bridge
home of your own, sooner than you think. Mary's. of Municipalities and a former TIME TRIALS 11 A.M.

Assisted High School Band. mayor of Fernandina Beach, was Neither the "Showboat" or the Go-Cart are eligible
See us for a Home Loan, at reasonable interest "Handled meetings of Merchants presented by Flenniken and he, "
for elimination money.u .
rates. Repayment arranged in install. Association.Handled'solicitation- requests. in speaker.. turn, presented the guest i RACES START AT 2:30:

ments sized to income. Fast, friendly sen'ice. 'Host to Florida Crown Coun- In introducing Burns, Butler
cited that he was serving his
cilDistributed brochures and city fifth term as mayor of Jacksonville -
maps. and noted the fine assist- BUCCANEER DRAG STRIP
Road signs and lighted sign at ance he has rendered the Florida
Fernandina Federal y ulee. League of Municipalities throughout
Flenniken noted that the his terms of office.

Chamber now has 143 member- At the conclusion of Burns' ad- 30 MILES NORTH OF JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 5,380 FT. BLACK ASPHALT 200 Ft AVIDE
:Savings & Loan Assn. ships.. In conclusion he said that dress, Flenniken turned the.office -;
one of the goals he had set for of president over to Lewel-
his term of office had at.last NICK SMITH Manager R
202 Atlantic Avenue been accomplished with the hir- len.Lewellen's first official "act ... (

:.:..:..... ., ing of a Chamber director. was to present Flenniken with a P. 0. Box 230 Fernandina Beach Fla. Phone 261-5959 Area Code 305 .
Gordon T. Butler, executive plaque for exemplary conduct of .... It :, :-

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News-Leader Fernandina Beach Florida Thursday November 7 '1963' v Page Seven

I Pirates Scuttle Douglas, 20.0; Gird For Starke Here Friday. I J I i I many LSU sportswriters,had a ,line, in accordtog this area joi ,

[ that was |ust about tops. This
, (Continued from Page One) : Slants |came out ;:after LSU upset Florida
The Comets worked the ball up ; Sports 14-0. When, the Gators failed
1 :t to their 27 yard line where Mike i; to score, LSU's line was considered -
Pikula pounced on'i fumble to to be the best, but along
give the Pirates the ball at the ; BY CURT GORDON i cornea Ole Miss last Saturday Co

Douglas 27. Rowe hm for 3, Nob- :. rIs make the LSU line look like

ti.- -- les added 2 before the first per- The Fernandina Pirates are Eagles are not unusual in golf: I II screen wirti.tj\ext year }Florida
iod ended and on the first playin getting to be as unpredictable as I I but I the two under par scores us-I days Ok Miss and we shudoer
the second quarter Schomas the Florida Gators, coming I ually happen on the par to th 1Jl.what ti L.{ probably happen -
r Y fumbled and Douglas recoveredon through with a victory when it holes or on the short par three oinffet day To go oat on..a
their own 5 after a 15 yard : limb, we predict Ole alias win
isn't quite expected. Most coaches i holes. The long hitters can often
,) rt gallop by Schomas., : however, will take a victory : reach the par five holes in 21!upset Florida next year Now

: i Douglas moved the ball for any way they can get them. Last i strokes and a canned putt will : how about that for future pre
i three first downs to the Pirate week our: Pirates completely out:'gain the eagle. Some par three : dictions. :
42 yard line where Moore fireda played the Douglas team and it holes are relatively short and a iI | 6 'tr -

pass down field and Wood pick. : was probably through the tough !I I reasonable number of holes in Jonathan Hill, Fernandina Bawl
:. A f ed it out of the air on the Pirate work Coach Benner and his staff I one happen ever so often. But I Director, informs us that we will
y 30 and raced down the side lines had dished out to the Pirates af-I Del Theobald, general manager not have a parade Friday after-
wztJR 70 yards for the touchdown. Tyson ter a disheartening loss to Sante : of the box plant at the local division noon. The next bjg parade will be
tossed to Wood for the extra: a Fe on the previous Friday. Ben- : of Container Corporationof the following ,Friday when the
point and the Pirates led, 70. ner said after some. of the boys''! America, gets his eagles in Pirates play Orange Park *l
v Wood kicked off to Douglasand z x a'n t. ..ctures of the way they'pairs and the' hard way. In the I; Homecoming. *-
the Comets could not move played at Sante Fe, they would]I|' past few weeks Del has had eagles !
.. the ball and punted to Fernan- ; j DeL .er and that they did. on the fourth and twelfth !;
: NOVEMBER 16 k the date set
M : .. ; dina. Fernandina moved for a Barry Rice was in on 11 tackles i hole at the local links, both playing :
for the annual Smorgasbord to
first down and was on the Douglas last week, with Butch Williamsand to par four, where the eagles
a be held at the Junior High Cafe-
25 when the first half whistle + Mike Pikula following with come the hardest Bob Phmney,
torium by the Women of St. POer's (-
sounded. : 9 apiece. Maybe Benner kept the who witnessed both eagles, has Episcopal Church. For tickets -

Fernandina received the second boys at practice again this week his own pet names for such ex- contact Sirs S. 1:. Stewart
half kickoff and moved the ball at until the and gnats were having ;; hibitions especially when any :
Ir.YAM.'. 'YIIN.M/ to the Douglas 45 where a fum- a feast and if he did Starke i i reasonable possibility of winning |
ble stopped the drive, but the could be in for a rough time at j the hole is eliminated. i
CHIP WOOD, gUfyff'ngered Pirate end, romped into the Comets could not move againstthe the local park. ii i if ASKINSLAUNDROMAT

end zone afier/. rtercepting, a Douglas pass for the first Pirate defense and Anderson ok We have a real fine project to f,

score of the ga$$;fin last Friday's 20-0 win. Wood was punted to the Fernandina 19 yard .2. Chip Wood plays a good ganio undertake if we will all buckle :
all alone as he'erfcsed the payoff stripe and was accorded line. On the first play Tyson ran .a sL every week. He is the type boy down and make it a success. Our'

the uplifted nal of touchdown from the pictured for 18 yards to the Fernandina that gives every game a one hun fine Fernandina High Band has
official 37, but Rowe and Tyson made deed percent effort, but he probably been invited to the World's* Fail FREE COFFEEFor
only 8 yards on the next two NED TYSON, cool and crafty field general of the Pirates, i, played his best game last I in New York next year and wj
plays and Wood punted to the gets set for one of his pinpoint passes in the 20-0 defeat '! week against Douglas. He intercepted can't think of a better thing in Our CustomersMrs.

Douglas 25.Douglas I of Douglas on the local field Friday night. ,'. two Douglas passes, scor- : the world to do than to try to Kathryn AbelsAttendant
tried two plays before I I ing a touchdown on a 70 yard i j raise the money to send them on'I
Beryl Rice recovered a Comet!i j i run and setting up another with the Jrip The.Band really deserves :
fumble on the Douglas 37, but Junior High Pirates! CityBowling I 1 the' other interception. He made j' to make a trip like this. It will 515 South Eighth Street

three plays later Wendall Adams I Ii seven tackles, kicked off and take a lot of money, and a lot of .
grabbed a Tyson pass on the I kicked extra points. He plays on work getting the money, but I''I
Douglas 10 yard line to stop the i, Clip Callahan, 14-0 1 League offense and defense. think it can be done if enough I

I drive. I people want to get behind the :

t. The Comets moved the ball up !i The Fernandina Beach Junior BY HENRY ELLIS, JR. Butch Williams I project and put it over. Are "you"!
field to the Douglas 40 where the I High Pirates put a hex on the Week of, 10.3.63' field and Kirby Hendrix are the i i willing to try? ? ? I tAw ,+r
drive was stopped. Mike Pikula Callahan Ramblers,last Thursday Total big men on the Pirate line as''II '* '* OO 011
raced in to block a fourth down I night in an exciting 14-0 battle. Team Standings W L Pins each of these boys weigh over Bill McRae, former Fernandina' COo Po. ;)
punt attempt to give Fernandinathe This was the second straight Morris & Payne Body Shop 200 pounds. They make their I baseball star, will leave next Fri.I' ?
ball on the Douglas 23. Nob- victory. for the Junior High Pi 23 9 22363 share of the tackles even thoughall day to enter Spud Chandler's : ) I
les and Rowe moved the ball to rates No. 4 18 14 22089 three have been slowed with I I II I i Baseball School at West Palm ; e ;

the Comet 10 where Schomas I Lee Godwin ran 55 yards Beach Bar YlVz 14Va 19505 j injuries all season. If they can I Beach. Bill was an outstanding : _
went the final 10 for the touch- around left end for a touchdown, Hadden Lanes 13 19 22231 get free of these the Pirates ;i i pitcher for South Georgia College ': iC

k down. Tyson ran to pick up the and David Rodeffer ran off-tackle I K.A.C. 12'19SZ 22209 should be really tough the remaining -|' at Douglas last year, but I
A extra point and the Pirates went 40 yards around the right end for I Becker's Drugs 12 20 21915 ; games of the season. has decided to try for the professional .
ahead, 14-0. J, the second touchdown. Both of High Team, 3-Games I i ranks. Chandler is Ine1 i try cr
i the extra, points were made by Morris & 2908 I a
The final Fernandina touch- I Payne I one to tell if he has the ability i
down came when Wood intercepted 1: Steve Solomon passing to Freddy Beach Bar 2814 Nick Smith is sponsoring the or not i i tE
the Comet : Adams. I No. 4 2760 1 largest Drag attraction ever held !I
a Douglas pass on
35 and ran to the Douglas 20. On I Jack Ennis played a fine game, High, Ind. 3-Games 'I'Jin Fernandina Beach next Sun'day. i i
the next play Nobles went around running at a fullback position Carl Green 654 I Tommy Ivo's 4-engine Dragster FORSANDRAN
end the entire 20 yards for the i j picking long yardage throughout Stanley Bohannon 613 1! "The Showboat" will be the 1 r i :! tit
the A stalwart defense { main attraction. This will be the '
score, but Wood's extra point( game. I Larry Flint 604 1 f )
kick was wide and the final score stopped the Callahan drives con-I High, Team Game fastest car ever to run on the r: "Itl'i. rtttrkl our poises to the
was 200. sistently throughout the .Morris & Payne 1004 I Buccaneer Drag Strip, holding. playing f isld."
The game ended with Douglasin Some of the stand-outs for the i Beach Bar 9CO the world's .record for onefourthmile i Floor Covering

possession on their own. 30 Pirates were Joey Sneadr Sherold : K.A.C. 948 acceleration, reaching 195 i t pFLORIDA'S
yard line. Watkins, Tommy Lohman, Danny I High, Ind. Game miles per hour. Also, the world's SEE
RICHARD SCHOMAS, rugged Pirate halfback, heads for Friday night the Pirates _will Rowe Tub Johnson, Terry Rowe, John Barniak 228 fastest Go-Cart Dragster will' be i i

pay irt in Friday's 20.0 win our ,Douglas, Ga. Providing entertain the Bradford. High team Wayne Uffelman, and Phil Alday.I Tommy Tilman 221) i here. This car is powered by 2
strong interference were Roy Cox, guard, No. 32; from' Starke with Fernandina The team will travel to Green I Carl Green 225 I rocket engines and is capable of Mather AND MOST OLDEST

Wayne Arnold,>fullbaek'No.2Z; v a,n d Ken Forehand,._ sefking its fourth victory of the Cove Springs tonight for an en- ". Hish Average Bowlers 140 miles, per boar it sound i HISTORIC
Farvte Meet** ***tit'th *
, guard No. 30. season. counter with the Blue Devils: Roger Hadden 183 like a fine day for everyone, so of Fernandina *
I Fines) ** #
Stanley Bohannon 177 why not go out to see the attrac! S. 8th St. Phone 261.4383 JiATUNTIf AVt ftHMmi
'. Classic John Beckett, 175 I tions. Races begin at two-thirty. :tl

Cecil Hodge 173 I .
I Kleber Skidmore 173 !I ----

FERNANDINA BEACH Bowling League Tommy Tilman .1711 i I II
High Scratch Bowlers 100,000 MILES AT OVER 105 MPH! ,
Carl Green 194-561

"JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWN BY Week HENRY of 10-31-63 ELLIS Stanley Bohannon 200-559 I

/ dillBEACHES" Roger Hadden 197-554 !
Total : Kleber Skidmore 197-538 E Comet
,: I Team Standings W L. Pins' Cecil Hodge 19G-5n:t Et
I No. 3 13 2 7266 I'I'I Johnnie Williamson 202 534 I
., Directory Furnished By These Merchants and Business MenGeorge's '- No. 2 78. 6785 Larry Flint 180-520 Durability Run:

I I No. ,4 6 9 6956 John Beckett 179-517

.. Suburban No.1. 4. 11 5584 Howard Wilson 173-old toughest challenge

No. 3 1528 Standing of 10.30

" Mttchine Shop Propane Gas Co. No. \ 1370 Teams of automotive
GOLF COURSE No.4. 1359 Scratch SingleNo.
SERVING ALL High, Ind. Games 4 867 stamina
.:.; 2 N. FRONT ST. YOUR NEEDS IN Larry Flint" C24 HDCP Single everfaced'
_ _ _
LP GAS AND Roger Hadden: 5T7 I Becker's 1004'
Machine( Work 18-HOLE I Drugs !' On Sept 21, we set out to test the stamina and
GAS APPLIANCES Henry Ellis 503 Hadden Lanes 100 i
I T LINKS i rugged construction of a specially equipped and
Welding, ,Blazing High, Team Game Scratch Triple
Marinc RepairsSpecial 7 South 7th St. No. 3 511 K.A.C. 25S5 :, prepared team of 1964 Comets at Daytona Fla.

-- Phone 261.3661 No. 4 492 HDCP Triple "'. ,
C= Service To No. 1' 484 Morris & Payne 2971 I :

:T" Shrimp Tracers IDES I : T. H. KING High,' Ind.'Game Individuals r %

All Work Guaranteed: Larry Flint 2:"!) High Average Scratch' !!
Roger Hadden 192 183 i'
Open 8 5 PHOTO SHOPRoll Roger
a.mutQ p.m.t
at JETTIES Vernon Shepard 18* High Scratch Single
Monday Thru Saturday Processing Henry Ellis 188 Carl Green 231
Add 30 Minutes
..,Phone Dar\l-3711 For Developing ,& Printing High Average Bowlers Cecil Hodge 230 ;

**..*.. Night "=.*!,#<.t 1-5333' Fernandina Harbor Kodak Film Roger Hadden 185 Johnnie Williamson 216
HIGH LOW Photo SuppliesMovie.Colored Tarry Flint 174 High HDCP Single
/ \\': & Regular Cecil Hodge 173 I Howard Wilson 256

DEVIS'E'\ Friday, Nov 8 Weddings Billy Joyce 162 Buddy Grider 254 f :: ':' ; b. {
Kleber Skidmore 166) Nathan Pope 253; \\t1 .
1:40 a.m. 7:52: a.m. Portraits by Appointment Only "' "
Vernon Shepard 160 High Average HDCP
-- "Porcelainize"i f 2::05 p.m. 8:39: p.m.'o Studios At SOt Ash St. SCRATCH LEAGUE Stanley Bohannon 193 1 :'l' ;'' t r I

Phone 261-4586 Standings of 10.31 High Scratch Triple
Saturday, 9
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High Scratch Triple Roger Hadden 627 .
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2:52 8:59
: a.m. a.m. Teams John Beckett 616 .. _
LONGER THAN 3:12: p.m. 9:39: p.m. Rowland's No. 2 1537 Kleber Skidmore 587 These Comets drove day and night for 100,000 During this challenging event, these Comets rewrote -
ORDINARY WAX JOB No. 3 1528 High IIDCP Triple. miles. Average speed of the lead car-over 105 the record book,set over 100 world records.
Sunday, Nov 10 UPHOLSTERYDO Individuals James Lynn 689 mph-incJudes time for refueling and maintenance. Many were once held by famous foreign ears

: LASS ERRA OTOR 3:59 a.m. 10:00: a.m. YOU NEED High'.Scratch Triple Gilbert Hadden' 678 '.

CO.S. .\ 4:13: p.m. 10:32 p.rn.i i NEW COVERINGS OR REPAIRTO Roger Hadden 63fi Tommy Tilman 675
", YOURFURNITURE Larry Flint 621
8th St. rh'j'261-3S19 Monday, Nov 11 OR High Scratch SingleNo. "There are more men lookingfor
4:54: a.m. 10:55: a.m. NEW SEAT COVERS 2 587 a position than for a job, and
5:06: p.m. 11:21 p.m. AUTO No. 4 541 .more men looking for a job than
FREE ESTIMATESWe High Scratch Single for work." Fred W. Grown,

rlGoinq Fishing? Tuesday't Nov. 12 Pick Up and Deliver Roger Hadden 231 Edgewater (N. J.)' Bergen Citi
Flint 220 I
*- w 5:43: a.m. 11:44 a.m. Larry zen.
,.- Stella Doland is still high for
Visit Us For 5:51: p.m. Porter b LovequistGeneral the trophy tournroent. Stella Do-I

-; Complete Line Of Wednesday, Nov. 13 Contractors land 577.Velma.
-" Fishing Tackle close with a
6:25 12:04
a.m. : a.m. OUTBOARDI
T-6 nods 0' Reels WOODWORKING 551.
6:31: p.m. 12:29: p.m. I
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*. Equipment. Thursday, Nov. 14 CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS "Why is there seldom time: INSURANCEI ti i
KITCHEN AND BATH enough to do a job right, but always -I
7:05 a.m. 12:44 a.m. REIODELIXGComplete enough time to do it over!"i NEW-CAR BUYER. This around the-dock
-FIRESTONE WHAT THIS MEANS TO THE Durability Run was the most
... 7:08 p.m.: 1:12: p.m ShowroomFor Ernst L Henes, Wellington, F rugged test ever faced by a new car.These Comets proved thtif stamina and durability beyond question.

Ct BEACH SUPPLY Tldej Courtesy Color Coordination ((0.) Enterprise i 4/i:,' And the same skills and engineering excellence that made Comet's performance|!psible,are yours in
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Pff e Eight News-leader, Feraandtna Beach, Florida Thursday, November 7, 19B3 ., --. -. -- .
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KERN FROZENStrawberries % ...4.. : :
I N i. 'J /y. ( ) Savory= .I lorjib'. .. a feast anytime.

No game demand rare teamwojk cheered for their favorites.A "games" were hardly more than ..: .
strength, courage and alert- brawl-like kind of football : mass rush 3 and "slug fests" I"18GO t "re: : U.S.D.A. Cut \throu9Vrhe crackHng. brown

new or provides a mere thrilling was played in England ti earl I authorities at Harvard and 5 $1 outside'to- the sweet, tender f iui ICY
sprttac'.ej: than footbatt* lung of as tee 10th century and by the I Yale ended these brawls and 10-oz.. 'P'k. I. _
aulumn! sports in the United lath it had become a nations! Harvard students held a' mock CM'otCE meat beneath.. It's a gourmet treat.
Stales. : problem. The game was making funeral for "Football FigEtun.i I MORTON FROZEN ;
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ijs a [safe bet Vhat few games I i London a bedlam. In addition, itYoU ; An important step toward making :.. F. u. S. Choice American grown

hare as 'lively a history diverting yeomen from archery .t football a recognized sport UI.Ies. r .

football is an ancient sport A i the spcrt that fitted them to t was the organization' of the Oneida $ ,, ", ''. .
defend England. Hence football Footba'l Cab! of Boston in 1. ,.. ....... '
game called harpaston was played : ,3..FQml'y'' 'Size I '": .
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the Jbarrans Has banned by municipal laws 18& the founder of this "first L : : .:.::;
Ly early 500
as as l
BC* In.this garoe a ball was I: and royal edicts beginning in 1365] : organized football club in t'a Apple, Cherry, Peach, CoconutColonial : -,, .,. ,. i R .
when Edward III decided! to Smith )!ill > ,, .
kidttd, carried pro- : U. S." was Gerritt r'l.I .
passed or across D STOR -
th(oppcpentf goal line, accord- hibit! the game for military rea- First Football Game ''I ;' :..! "7 p ,;.::. -- --
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I I Brand Frozen ; --
ing to researchers for Cotaptorsj sons.Football Between Colleges 'I Quick r.' '. :':' $"S' ';- : <,. r) :::=- e
Pi4urrd ;Encyclopedia I was not fully rein- The first American intercollegiate : --

stated until the 17th century: t football game grew out of : WHOLE OR HALF
Strikingly titular to modern
foo bail wai: the follU a used in : when Charles II allowed mazy I rivalry between Princeton and I

Roman games It was made of :j diversions formerly prohibited. A I Rutgers On Sov. 6, ISGS, the contest l iii: iic: Leg-O-Lamb LB. 691
leather and inflated with air, but survey published in 1602 recorded ;t took place at New Brunswick .
that goals were set three or four N. J., and Rutgers won 6 ;
evidently was propelled by foot, I
mi es apart and two' or three parishes I goals! to 4. The game was played :: P
I noiiy hand and arm. unHet to play others ui i with 25 men on a side. A few I 1 Q :; Loin Chops LB. 981
k game called calcio, a modified games that scrawled over the das later Princeton won at its : f t

form of harpastcn, enlivened countryside.The : home field, 8 goals to 0, but rivalry ,

medieval tournaments in Italy. : sport began to take definite I between thet"o colleges Rib Chops LB. 791
Tht players, 27 on a team, used form at boys' schools. Some I became so bitter that school an- e I i
line and backfield formations
even drew rules. These allowed ; thorities forbade a third and de :
similar to those of football:> today up I '

;; ; Pincer ladies, soldiers and the, and people1M "(henolle the ,ball toward to be the kicked goal.but not earned I ciding In 1875 game.Harvard and the Me- FOR BAKING. j Sh'ldr Chops LB. 59;

Gill University Football Club of
M One November r afternoon in FOR STEWING 17 '
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1823 strange !Canada introduced the Rugby: I
something happened
I of with the ball. CHICKEN SALAD. 5' Shldr Roast ,
; at Rugby, a famous boys' principle running ; LB. '
::: Bowfereftes! jthaol.: The score was ted! in a i The two teams played part of; CHICKEN & RICE i 1l 1-

*.* tZ football battle between two clas : one contest under Harvard (soc-'i, CASSEROLES LB

Week tf 114B1' : teams Desk was settling. .Sud-I I I cer) rules and the remainder of' G b 1, !
the under the Rugby rules ro una m LB. J 111
Ellis game
ANGIE DREW genie a player named I I REG. $2.99 HORMEL t
tAl f Total a fine disregard for the rules of rot r McGill. Rugby impressed!! Harvard BONELESSS 9 '
Name'" .f Team W L fins I football as played in hs! time II f players so favorably that : 1 '
Ileddy Kilowatt lea IM'tHa&enLane.s took the ball in hag arms and ran they decided to abandon what S Canned Ham 3CAN 2. Lamb .BT a t lB I

; 11 11 18S5JEcieh *ith it" across the'goal lie. The I was caled of: the* "somewhat then, sleepy:' ._. _., :1 ::1': !?
pame7 played.
Bar 11 13 18770K score was cot allowed. The event I type with : ::!_:. ._' __: _. : >
L:1> Williams 8 16 18753 made history however, and began By 187< the right to run

.. Hfeh! Scratch Bowlers Rugby football from ,which the ball was generally recognized.Here 1 1

Velma Hodge 187-46G the American game is directly! I are other milestones from d ht I t ra
DoC Odora 175-4oi I descended. A trilet: at Rugby i football's lively history as noted :

Carolyn Rowland .. -. 11I-1 1STJ '! commemorates EP'Y! exploit. i by Compton's Pictured Encyc1opedia ,, reels ps ,
: I" i
., : t'I ENibIet1N I t wITH His COUPON AND PURCHASE Of .
High Average --BylS63 the new game of RugBy -
Cauil/n Rovlan J 130:; had Income very popular. I In 1873, the University of / / ONE 2.Li Pus, FROZEN BRCAOED

Ve'ma! Hodge ,, 14<5,}I Those- who clung to the old idea I Michigan challenged Cornell and T ashe 0' Sea Perch i
Rum Williamson 142 that football should be played by arrangements were made to playat i 1
Betty Becton 141 kicking the ball met in London Cleveland, 30 men on a side. I I 1 r I Irc GOOD THRU NOVCMICR ITH
Do Oiort '140 and formed the Football Assoc'a-! : The proposed game never took (: eUUy PACKED CORN! I ? /i ATANf WINN DiXIE '

J High Teact: 3 Games '_ ', i tion. Thereafter this game wa''place because Andrew Dickson ,I Ir 1 3} t
Reddy Kilowatt! 2563 known as "Assoc'ation football"or White, then president of Cornell, 1 4; / IY 1
2438 ruled: "I will not permit 30 men : I I
Haften! Lanes [> "soccer" a j jumbled abbreviation r
Land & WJlanw: 2178Eeach of the word'association.. I to travel 430:> miles to agitate a I 1 1I t % ,

Bar 24G1 Soccer still holds to the pre- bag of wind." I I M Extra 2Wf Green Slimps
High, Team Game Rugby style of game and uses around In 1880, Walter Camp, the I
Redfo KUowatt $2 I. ball The ball, after being :"father of American footba'1" Niblets ,Corn I Tomato Juice I Pork & Beans wiTH THIS COUPON AND PLRCHASE OF

Land & Williams 871 put in play, may not be carried I persuaded the rule makers to reduce ." ; 1 ONE PICi. FlOZEN t
Ha&en Lanes 8% or touched by the hand or arw.je1tept ) the number of players on a'i 46. TreaJo Pecan Pie :

Beach Bar 865 ;,i by the goalkeeper. It is I team from 15 to 11 and to replace 12-0%. 1 1 1 1 300
I Hfch, Ind. 3.Gamcs i advanced chiefly by kicking and' "scrum" with sciimmage, ; OT. 1t GOOD THRU NOVEMBER iTH

Angie Drew 556 dribbling with the feet. A goal Is hereby the ball was put into i CAN 1 Can I 1 CAN AT AN YWINN-DIXIE d
DorOdwn 533 scored when the ball is kicked play either by lacking it or snap-I 3. I
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\ e!*a Hodge 529 ; underneath! the crossbar cf the ping it back. The position! of SAVE I SAVE /I SAVE

M High Ind. Games: joal posts. I quarterback was also created in 112* I f. d

Vchha llodge 203 Rugby, the parent of intercollegiate : 1880. 'I 102t EA / Limit 1 52t EA., :
DoC O$om 206 1 footba'l'l, is little* played 1 j In 1882 Camp introduced a rule : 1 1 2 with I 59 Extra 2Wf Green Stamps

June Oseen: 201, in the U. S. In the British Isles,i calling for 'surrender, of the ball Limit 3 with d $5.00 Limit 3 with WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF

VIn& Hodge Picked up' 5-7 however it is so important tha '0 the opponents if the ball had $5.00 order 1 order / $5.00 order ONE PK4. OF FOUR FROZEN
StfiL S : QTMrules are ,taken be been advanced at least 5
Hsputti ot or more. 3r) more. i or more.
I Jesse Jewell Pol Pies
Ruth Williamson: Picked Up. ?cre an international board con ardsv ihthteec ,plays. Taj) wps fi fib a. I _
5SP.Iit.. osed of repreentatives from th origin of the 10 rds.four".. !.. ; ;Li '__ -" __ __ ._ __ COOP TH UNOVEM, R tTH .
Wanl: Smith Picked Up 3-10 Scot
I Rugby Unions of England, ;owns rule. Ar ANY WINN DIXIE
SpM and o-10 Split. | land, Wales and Ireland. Rugb In 1826 A. A. Stagg helped cr- 33 wff 1
Qpt ;0dom Picked Up 1-2-10 resembles the American game i : anize the Western Conference : SAVE 11 1 h EACH ASTOR i.G4EEh I

Split. i that the ball Is oval and may b I r Big Tea which pioneered im I I
If anyone Would Like to Bowl idranced by earning, passin etting up and enforcing cl'gi-t; I; +
n Romans: League Regular Or nd kicking. It differs notably i I ihtj ales and amateur stand In st. CoHe' 5 81. STAMPS s ..... _

Suktitutet Call Angie DrewFOR : haying 15 men to a team and I. td:. I BAR wE 41 k 51 Extras Green Stamps :

tut li3: i iI !lacing' a higher premium o In 1901 Fielding H. (Hurry-up) ; WITH THIS,COUPOfi AND PURCHAS OF '
r leH goa's.! cst football coach at the Uni- SAVE 12* EACH KLEENEX. Limit 2 With $o.QO: order or more. 'ONE PItG. FROZEN \
I 1I Football! probably was brouq; rsly! of Michigan produced a' GQEEA STAMPS +.
1 o America by the English colon. I :ainotfs team built around a freshan I ROLL ByrwTs Bar-B-Que t
1I '*ts vy> established Jan.eatow; \ Wilh'a He ton, which scored' T I 1 29 wt u. GOOD THRU NOVEMBER *THAT
$SANDRAN1o0rCoretin I I 1.
owe $
in 1607, Compton researcher : early a point for each minutef t I PKGS. ANY WINN-DIXIE ,
I joint ,out An inflated pig bladde > play. It amassed: 550 points in

:: F 9 isually l served as the ball fo 1 games and kept its opponents: :'I' ,SAVE 20* EACH KRAFT Limit one !\1th 5.00 order or ,moreMiracle GREE STAMP.* '
I hese early games Women pbvd eorefess.
:i SEE : > too, bcvjsef throwing am In 1908 the rule makers re- rr r r r'N t rl''

I .sassing- were more: inl\Grbn etotwnlzed the game by barring : Whi QT.391. ; x ra 0. Green Stataps
than kicking.; Jl mass plays and introducing ,
=M a the r : Early in the 19th century, .he forward pass which led to a ( STAMP!
I Wball rLjfrfiarord style of play. i '
games were lore open j SAVE 2/2* EACH Limit 8 please.
: of Fernandina and Yale to determinT More spectacular than either i| Sirawfcarry Preserves

s su"""*raacv between freshmen Jtagg: or Yost was Glenn S, ;
S: 8th St. 1 Phone 261.438.'l I 'MRAii'k. GOOD THRU NOVEMBER ITH
and ThE Warner who took over the TAIL '
M sopliomoies. Pop"
..... et $1. AT ANY WiNN-DIXIE
the Carlisle
&1 ootball team In-j 1 I' ::
Ian School) In 1899 and subse-i r
I introduced the unbalanced' ,
BIMIMBER THIS PAST ine with single and double wing i
WINTER? aeks to create what was called (t I SUMPS aM. _!r }'. r rl 1 : / .r 1
he "Warner system" of play. t :
Professional football started at t jDOL: 691 ,,.11 ra reet s b
UP rOR strobe Pa., in 1895, the i
lena Football League was form- GREE; ONE 24.01 JAB DEEP SOUTH
id in 1921 and in 1960 the Am- SAVE lOa EACH DIXIE DARLING STAMP. Peanut Butter,

:rlcan Football League began .
WAS IT SHORT IN. lay with teams in eight major Raisin Bread 1 6-OZ, 19 9 ANY" WINN-DIXIE .

.... ities. II : LOAF ; 5TAMPS A kA 3d wiiw

..-. .COMFORT Charles Hagan, 19, II -

... Completes Basic I ,r' .. ..,
.WI.. \t Great Lakes NIC 1'1 '_ I I 58 Extra W Green jtuyi
.. 4// S ,. I i 1/ WITH THIS COUPON ANQ PLF.4 $p OF
: .
.. I OHl too-Cr come
.. r.VC) ChaJlel D. Hagan,
.. I :on of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar rfagin : : t layer Aspirin, I,

.. of Route 2, completed basic ": ." ( ,r : 1 ., flOCO- ,THRU MOVED*E* ft :', :
lrainmg Oct. 11, at the Nava> i tip' 1 t ATH"l' WINH.DIXJ I
j\\1\\ Great Lakes, I 1 'i. !
training Cen'er' I.....
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aN The nine-week training includes ,
ai .5 and I IJ
i val orientation! history or- 1 IJ
p !anizab'on seamanship, ordnance i 0 I r J

\ **r r' .,... .'- I I md gunnery, military drill, phyii I 1 1 ,
.. I (' d fitness, first aid and sor- "'f 1 LEbrif 1t
or short in cleanliness, reasonable coif, convenience i '
I rival. IIL! i
... dependability? During the training recruits __ I y r

!I wire! tests and i'1terTews.: New Maxwell House j
hieh determine their future as- Easy Open I 1 Blue( or WhiteDETERGENT
'ilgnments in the Kavy. Upon Astor Coffee Instant Coffee !
YOU MID SUBWBAN PROPANE GAS flEA i completing the program they are i I Golden Baram

assigned to service schools forethnical 1-LD. 'e : t1-as. ; GT. F k I ,rr j
= .i instruction or to ships 1 '
... .See. Our Cwstmt Cf mfirfsNoVent ,, rod station for on-the-job trains CAN :. JAR I BOX VIN f l .

s! in a faq rating specialty. 1 I r
{ Naval training produces the t 1 -r i I
I ..aMd Martin I Heafws t 1 r
wwef in seapower by supplying 1 1 { j

:- =:. --. ..' -- ----- 'oa'ifkd[ personnel .to was the 1 1 1 1, if
:: -WRlT Oar stop & TODAY '. hips, aircrafts and shore station 1 t 4. r
of today's Navy. I EAR t

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SUBURBAN 1 PROPANE.. i SAVE I l.i"+ ,_.-
_rIELP SHOKSY 101 fa .

G ;S'SERVKE GAS tfftWCE, I BEAR PREVENT Compare. Astor flavor chd Price :. Limit him_ $5.00 order er more::.!l-r&vln, l< Each. Urut 1 pl a... _. .. _
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New-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida T"hurso'e 7,1963 Page NineGttme .-1Iii: ..- ..L .. ..
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I Commission I ';- Just say charge it. or buy now::'pay later on .convenient terms

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Reminds HuntersOP'Bo's&Don'ts" jlt { ra .-.. :
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TALLAHASSEE A list of I I/() -. ---
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"things to do and remember" for ., : ,..........,........... .....,..... .. .. .. .'. 11.f266 .. -' -
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Florida hunters was issued today j R 17f !
lA Wflifftn i
by &D. AK'rfch, directory;Game .. ..
... $2.95
and |t'1'eSh:. Water Fish Commission ::::. :):. :: w.y ::", :t..Y } 1 Instant Pudding Set, .

lie* the interest of safety, goods j '1 1'a; ::: :: ; : eight packages of pudding base mixes,

djlsmahshlp; ahl staying .but 2.98_ jars of magic coloring and flavor crystals,
of trouble, hunters should: II I ...:...:.:.:..:;:..:...:.:..:::1...;....::.'ff.......:.:........:.:.!.:: :::;:. -= W :|g.utensils for making puddings.- '"

O ,lain a copy.of'and. become I : :; ,=,
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familiar with the SEafe and Fed. <
fal'hcnting rules :and regulation I L I

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Arrays" handle firearms in sucha : Barbie. Doll j jwith

manner that you or other, peo- FOR LOVE OR MONEV" pliyin? Sunday and Monday I i : ; : :: :: :;: :: ; ;: : ;: : :

pie .-ire not endangered, at the Ilan Theatre, Ftas Kirk Douglas, Milzi Gaynor { 1i i f f. Wardrobe. \I _

ins Obtain icense the from regular' slate hunt. and Gig Young, in technicolor. ;.......................................... ........ r.J::................................. A stylish 11% -inch f .

and I.the special. hunt a county area permit judge .-_ -. ..----4....:. -. .;'., .}:ff......:..fJ.}...::...?..,.....::..... ::;: ..::..... \: :.i.....:.:..:....:.......:.\..t..:. -3 beauty with movable | .., .

in pditfon to your regular hunt. I Mews From i .. Your tiSadquarfers for 1= arms and head and a | i w 59 .
in* license before
any rooted potty-tail hairdo. 1I
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of the wildlife management areas nationally adv (J/sea.ioys .
Wardrobe includes evening | -
supervised by the Commission.
The Rec Center and after =_ ... .
| daytime \\-t-m
duck and wIite
Buy a stamp that kiddjis see on TV.SnoCone 3
YQUe name in ink across face of your I noon outfits. | Colorful 28-piece. play tea set with service .

stamp before hunting 'ducks or Y DeSANDRO I .. .. ; ..." .
BY SAND r. _
*. I \\t -:;:" :: j---:::=- :::-: -F.- "- for four.. ,6ed' and white with plaid border. .
geese. and Fun Dancing (Sen- : j. .
inspect the property of ethers j jI f "UHauI"Truck
Pre-Ballet Class in the Auditor. i ior High Teens). in the Auditorium r

lefdre/and crossing always f ask ti cesjJ5r permission hunting hint at 10:00: a.m.: Julanne Owens, ''at 7:15.p.m.. ., Sandy DeSandro. I Machine\ andTrailer
) private lands.flab .. Inslr. i Instr. .F' -tt-R-2SJ
)pn your shotgun to three- Playschool in the C'ub Room *\, Barbershoppers in the Confer. .? = ...:.=- .. :
9:30 a.m., Carolyn Vizcarrondo ence Room at 8:00 p.m.. : .
ghelj' capacity, magazine! and I I : =c
Atlantic Avenue i I i
chambercombined.. Adult jeader. Playground, ll-Z-326 .
A Iva ed Ballet and Toe Class supervised play, 3:50-5:30 p.m., J
Never full-jacketed
use or
milij&ry-style "! or :Zcalibie in the Auditorium at 3:30 p.m.,, Don Nanney, Instr. j. Ii 95 (
cartridges whit!} Julanne Owens Inst WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13h: '
rimfire ; Shaves ice cubes into
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hunting or taking deer or bear. Advanced Ballet and Toe Classin Arts Puppet Theatre (ages 9 a Then fruit syrup is poured Lover .. .- s **
Ajjvays check hunting area for the Auditorium at 4:30 p.m.,, and up) in the Game Room at 3:30 .:--:s y it to make a delicious | -=- :--:::

illegal bait and never shoot bbii Julanne Owens Instr. p.m., Faith Britton, Instr. .; drink. Includes syrups and | I I The Ueel Ford pick u p truck has white sidewall tires ..

over baited area.. .. Adult Ceramics Class in the Ceramics Class (ages 12-14)) .in '; 1 1 dispensers, cups and shoveL | and chrome. hub caps. Authentic. U-Haul. trailer.
Never hunt turjcpy f.f.( wth, a dog Ceramics Room at 3:30: p.m., Hank the Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m., :. s 1 Overall length, 22 inches.: $ I
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Sides, Instr.Scoutmasters'. Hank Sides, Instr. .... '-
hunt swim :---- ... .
aitd*don't or kjtt a : : I I : .. ''' ., .2
"- ,. : :
min deer. ;high. r. Roundtable' in th Adult Ceramics Class in the I ; ::-!"':: =7'C: 4' "S. : :"iI''' ;;

witha Conference Room at 7:30: p.m. Ceramics Room at 7:30 p.m F I .--
; Never carry or use a gun
woods} the Men and Boys' Health Club in Hank Sides, Instr. I
light in the or on I I 1liJ1gL
watjTr at night. .., the Health Club Room, day andvening' Men and Boys' Health Club in :I u'l l i : ,J-M'- 1 'CE..: 'tAR 110363 t c aso .Jg.
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the Health Club Room day and '
Never artificial light, fiVe, ':'-- VEI-"OC'LPEDE
use "- : :
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Atlantic Avenue Playground, evening / I DOLL 'I ,
net snare, poison, salt
trap I
supervised play, 3: 0-5:30 p.m., Teen Ballroom: Dance Class tl -
set <.guns or live decoys to liCk'1 r Don Nanney, Instr. (Senior High School: Teens) in. '
or ake game animals or r $18.88 I $4.44 9S
P member not to shoot doe or FRIDAY, NOVEMBE 8th.: the Auditorium )lit 7:15 p.m., L Only 9 :':
Fun Fair ((5th and 6th grades) Sandy DeSandrey Instr.
fawn deer, cub bear: panther, A little beauty, j1.
Atlantic Avenue Playground.
snob goose, Ross goose, brant, I in the Auditorium at 3:30 p.m. I The the I .
High School Football Dance in supervised play, ';3:30-5:30: p.m.i' perfect car for i made of Vinyl,
redhead or canvasback ducks: !!, 51 Has enameled handlebars, full ball
: the Auditorium at 10:00: : Don Nanney, Instr. I II l youngsters.. De lute. features c i 15.inches tall with
birds p.m.
I swap, non-game of song I : !) include bucket seat bearing, ten-mch front wheel I, tuLeh -*
Sub-Teen Club in the Game THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14th. : rooted hairand
t Key Deer, alligators, Everglades Room at 7:15 pm. Playschool in, the Game Roomat I 9C.. 60.' with seat belt, chrome _- Jess Firestone tires. Finished in
: owl sleeping
Kit hawk, or eagle. ;:
I fully protected bylaw Men and Boys' Health Club in 9:30 a.m., Carolyn Vizcarron: I } !' hobcfornament, front grille, hub :.,. eyes.:. _. flamboyant ,Red with white trim.
? are the Health Club Room day and do, adult leader. New Nafraw i Firestone whitewall tires. .." .= _...." ....._ <> ...

1 Always look before you shoot: evenhg.SATURDAY. Home Demonstration Club in I car ebony jfinish. V

l Aldrich said that there were NOVEMBER 9th. the Conference Room at 10:00: a.m. 1 I:1dllhIti1I4: --

marry more detailed:. rules and Ceramics Pouring Class in the Pre-Ballet Class in the Audi- I j .. .
regulations that aU hinters must j Ceramics r.oom'at 9:00: a.m. torium at 10:00: a.m., Julanne 11.1.367 I .
fQll jv. Summaries ,9&fhese rules Men .and Boys' Health Clib in i, Owens, Instr.Advanced r o o COLT J 11 D 3013f
and** regulations :'aw available : the Health Club Room, day and Ballet and Toe Class I I .

fro" the office of. an.. county evening in the Auditorium at 3:30 p.m., i ,.
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Julanne Owens, Instr. Pleasure-filled action
judges. Teen Club in the Game Room on a t
-.. xt 7tfO: p.m.SUNDAY "'Advanced' Ballet and Toe Classin play horse built for fun. Ivory! ,; "OUR ,
the Auditorium: at 4:30 'J I1-A-2W '
."-. ", NOVEMBER 10th. pm.i I body,vivid red reins and, = I t.
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FOR. Julanne Owens rn.st.'I s.
'. j Lutheran Church Meeting in,i' I saddle, brown manetubuJarDWr&ngth r a'N LOW Flip' Ball 1.98 1 '
Class in } Popzabalt
Adult Ballroom Dance | "
J the Conference Room at l1 'Qt3J'I thfi)At1drioriuml ;7cY :'PJn. s ".-.... .. .. L 1. .,_. PRICE1'OO ,. ,
DRAt N _
SAt F. of ii :
MONDAY, NOVEMRE3 11th. Adult Ceramics Class in the i iI t y ascmating.'game I'. $6.95 ;
a fun and skill Keeps f : ? .
33 inches.
Teen Ballet and Toe Class u. "
: Room at 3:30 .
: Ceramics! : pan |
I two youngsters busy I Roll the ball in and
trig. -
the Auditorium at 3:30 Jul- I
Floor Covering : p.m. Hank Sides, Instr .
3 and' happy for hours! ger pops it right batik
anne Owens,. Instr. Citizen Club in the $11.95 :
I Senior ; n J ...
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: SEE I Beginners' Ballet Class in the Conference Room at 7:00 p.m. II G 146 '>ou ve seen it on L ;
'Mathert Auditorium at 4:30 p.m., Julanne Men and Boys' ''Health Club in ,' wO ):V.PopularAlattel'r

Owens, Instr. the Health Club, Room, day and entire toy. Fun family for the -s-. .
i Arts Puppet Theatre (ages G- evening- -- -. "
8) in the Club Room at 3:30 p.m., Atlantic Avenue Playground, XOOL CHEST

of Fcrron InnS Faith Britton, Instr. !supervised play! ,3:30-5:30: -p.., ; J 1 ...
Sth St. Phone 2Gt. 383 Island .Squares Club in the Don: Nanney, Instr: I 11-B-279
,. U I Game Room at 7:30 p.m. ADULT BALLROOM DANCE TOOL Seventeen pieces ,, z t
--I I Buccaneer Coin Club in the I' .
I' CLASSESThe 5 with! tempered _saw' t 11.J.163
... Club Room at 7:3D ..
p.m. 12-inch hammer
Recreation Department of I ; I' I
IF tot HAVE A CHILD YOU'RE Jaycces in the Conference this city will conduct a series of I plane, brace with". .: iitf iSI $Of C (8 8 ,
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Hid[ )ENOUGH TO NEED A Room at 8Cu: p.m. Adult. Ballroom.. Dance Classes I bits,etc.All in Beautiful Bongos. ; .

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at 8:00 p.m. in-,the- Auditorium at steel chest. $6. | SECURITY 7:00 p.m., Hank Sides, Instr. the Recreation Center. There will ; Baseball '." 3 of the border,resonance. Includes folder of easyto:3 -
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Yort Atlantic Avenue Playground: Gil Becker,. who, are former professional : "' 1 Exciting! a! .
supervised play, 3:30-5:30 p.m., dance instructors f E:" -== _":':j...:' -::-5', ISAME .
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Soojfeil Security, youj Life insur Don i anney, Instr. cited with Arthur Murray Studios. ; \.. .,; .
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sliced tomatoes, escalloped white
I anne Owens, Instr. tables, trim.'Headlight, luggage carrier I :
Phone 61,339i Painting for Leisure in the Club corn baking powder biscuits, : training wheels, _whitewalls, Features '50-shot tommy gun, 5O-s.< Another exciting .
FrrnanJim Beach Room at 7:30 p.m. apple pie w/ cheese wedge, 1r.1 two-tone saddle. and deluxe. grips.. volverv holster, belt, helmet, stripes utomatic re, $3 99 everyone Ideal game likes that ,,

Men and Boys' Health Club in pint milk. Bar-b-cue canteen, knife, dogtags, whistle and tfZ grenades' to p av. :
1 Irtrepolitaa Life insnVwce Co. the Health Club Room day ana Tuesday spareribs
New York 10, NT 'Y. evening. candied yams, turnip greens, 'I
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fruit! salad, % pint milk.
$52,50 Per Month Thursday Hamburger 1 bun j! where your dollar buys MILES more

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t CONCRETE BLOCK AND BRICK pickles I, seasoned green cabbage ;! \ PROVED ,.(:
plain cake w/ cherry sauce, H | I fOR ti L .
TURNPIKE Your Headquarters For, Quality Toys
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; ALL SET-FOR THE GAME Friday night with the Bradford right, Bock Bibb, Benny Alvarez, Jack Bamiak, Mike Howard, Wayne Arnold, Carl Anderson, rJerry Beard Ra y Row e, Roy Cox, Ken Forehand, Mike Fiala, ti
e County High School "Tornadoes", are the Pirategriddersjof Pikula, Billy Miler! Dua.ne' Rowland, Jim Young, Allan Butch 1 iliam George Sheffield, Kirby Hendrix, Ray. Rice, Ned Tyson, Richard Nobles, Rand] Price, Richard ,
Fernandina Beach High School. Left to Cover, RirrY. RIce, David Steen, Beryl Rice, Chuck moral Rowland, Chi p ood, Curtis 1lcCorsley, Joe Thrift, Sehcmzc., Tommy Clark, Steve Beckett, ,
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I'aa Twelve News.Ltader, fornandina 13E! h, Flch'da Thursday-, \-enlber-T, l$6nBY I -,-
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r *trats have Increased !in jnbiber i ; Participate In (coper'5 Laundry
fey 26 per cent, Negro )Ueaceratl C.\ROL\tBR ; 0 raKri Lift
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1''t cehL as compared hi Isc over. ,nl! t jtWs. are: DaVe Rodeffer', ltiaI-i! PoRt m>OD _J\t ( rNt l CoinOpiatedUtmdry
f:all! state average bf 75 er tsh.. ;j the Junior High Pirates r&.'dent] Mark: ECDri J prfeaidsitlirs. ; ;7- Army :Shi' ri First Cuss end bry
i JERRY MOCK! 1 Figures i indicate! Kegro voter i I l ly played a tcrH 1 j.,. .. 1 \ Johnson's &ss: Charlie! i Tames It. 'heiteCori' of ,Mr. and Gf
|registration drive hai met M fie tlain, president! ; Mrs.: Wortnaa's, ilra. Will{ 'n.:..:Jailer, Route I, !' Clscnirtg
,t 0 TALLAHASSEE Voter re:. Statistics can sometimes be 1 sonic: sct2 h3. From 12J2( to iSXrfj;I game agaiast .j b ass: Lw Godwin, *preside.*t,t! CaUahth: sai' 'Ti Henry &f I f
\ fetralion fit ares released recently dec? \'ln;, so here roughly is|white Democrat* Increased I" I h e Callahar Fletcher: Shurlsy; Ties .president; death, 20,. son of ?Mrs. IFenrieihKeath '' .Mrs. DaVis .io\\'drd.
I by See. of Sta: e J&: Adsau he picture: As of October there regislraticq by 2.7. per tyal, Rain leors Thars r Mr. Powell's class Mason Beans cf Jacksonville, and Grant!' :ifanajrerUlh
Indicate rapid! changes are taking I were ',.531,558"hite Democrats,I'Negro Democrats 11.6 per cat, day night They I president;. Carolyn B1"eeJen vice Heath, Sr. of Yble; are partietpatinj i !-
place in the state's affiliations. 197,536 Negro bem&crals, ahd [and RepubHeana 6.4 per c$nt.t defeated the ,president; Mr. Tyson's class: I ? ,in Operatioh BiG LIFT, 1 & Beech StreetsORDER
Since 1952, the whiteJmo- 383,467 Republicans! (Negro Re t Since the numbers ol Kero Ramblers in 'a14d Wayne Uffelman, president: ; Greg:\':the largest transocean'.c Army I Ii CORNS \
trata have been. fa'Unfc: bthind publican registration his remained : I and RepubUcaii voters are rcla battle. Uf haddock, vice president j]Air i Force deployment ever made I _. ----
the N'eglp Dcmcc:ats and Repub. aid; steady at 15,000)). j tively small, it takes less of t G<*dwin and bawl I These officers will serve oa an '''by! air. The exercise began 0 licans: in new rtgstraticn.: I Sines: 1952 the white Dsmo-: ''voter increase to show a hist: i RoJeffer mad r advisory council to the principiu, 22 and is scheduled to end in late ;, .
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;per cent ge increase among IhosJi I J.i'. I! Mr: F zer. They will serve as representatives December: j ji
',.,. two groups But both grouP haVe. while Fred Adams received passes -1 for the student''body. !i; Sergeant Keller, Specialist; : 1 1I .
grown to the point where tluy for the extra points. I It ;''Heath I and other members of the DON tT
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could be determining factors n Thursday during seventh period Mrs. Johnson's eighth grade 2d Armored' Division trees fl&frtt'' :
i a statewide elec.ion. i the cheerleaders and the foot. ; class had assembly. Wednesday i iI t from bases near; Fort Hood, Tex., : ,
j ball prayers' presented: a pep I I to bases in Germany where they I
Republican figures in Florida I at 7th period. The play was most. t!
always are confuting because of rally. The cheers were followed enjoyable. I drew heavy equipment from pre-
{ the number of party: : switchers oy a fake football game betweenthe i '1 he football team will play ;I positioned stocks. The men then ''I CATCH YOU
who register as Democrats for Pirates and Ramblers and a I aga'nst Green Cove traight at I|joined other U. S. troops station-1 _
o'l the primary elections and vote I :peaceful funeral precessions for 7:30. Come out and support your' ed in Germany for a NATO train-; .
j f. Republican in general: elc tion3. the defeated Callahan pIa] rs. team! I ling exercise. Upon completion of, :
There is no way of telling hoI,I Friday the Future Teachersmet I t See you at the game! ;i'the training, the division will @J '861 & -. .. .
many there are but it can be and discussed plans for future -; turn in its equipment and return : \t Vi& "
pi earned that at least some of I activities. The officers for ; I to the U. S. j I
: \ ths recent gains by the Republican f this year are as follows: Karen MAYOR'SPROCLAMATION The exercise is a demonstration -
party include! the "parttime" I Brewer, president; Linda Jones,I of U. S. military ability to ,
S \ Dem6crats in counties where the }vice president; Janis Parker, recording reinforce NATO forces through :/ Gat Your Tanks
f s Hepubircan party has become a'' secretary; Bunny Pulelti; I airlift of a U. S. based division f
I : ,\\tS factor. II secretary; Cervera Ferreira,I to Germany and linkup of this I I FUEL '.

f\\\\ The Negroes, if they voted in treasurer; and Mrs. Ann Pozega, 'American: Education Week u'[division with combat equipment. Ready! and Filled
4 bloc, appear to hold: a significant sponsor. I scheduled to be observed throughout .j, positioned there. i _0 ,-' ,,
t balance! of power. In theO The F. T. A. plans to sell' cook. the state and nation during I Keller is a section sergeant in
1 primary Gov. Farris Bryant -I ies and fudge at the next home the week of November 10-16,1 Company B, 1st Battalion of the I BUORE THE WINUR RUSH
: received 193.5J7 votes to game. Bay a bag of cookes: and 1953. I am most pleased to note I division's 50th Infantry at Fort.
I i 186,228 for Doyle Carlton in the support your! future teachers. 1 that the Florida Education Association Hcod. ;! 'a First Cold! Dny!
I first primal In the second primary The eighth grade class officers in cooperation with the He entered the Army in 1942:
I Bryant rce ivied 512,757to have been chosen for this year.I Florida Congress of Parents and and was stationed at.Fort Kenning ,
416,052 for Carlton It can be The officers for Mrs. Parting Teachers, the American Legion,! Ga., before his assignment I
1 Everything is handled on a wen by these figures that the the State Department of Education -I at Fort Hood. I HEATING r PROBLEMS ?
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simplified basis. present 197,536 Negro votes, plus The sergeant attended Bristow I

t' I year whatever, could they be pick a factor up in the in next next [ ;; I mnnity Association along'is inviting with tthera>our com-to I High School in Bowling Green SEE OUR EXCELLENT LINE OF

2 We make it easy for year's gubernatorial election. In fJL.I'IIIIIEY@ | make this observance a highly Ky.His I "
you to get cash. I the past year Negro Democratic Mft i( Significant one on behalf of our I wife, Polly, lives in Killeen
registration has increased by 20-, 11 eo. i i children, their schools, and odi1 Tex.Heath .1 QUAKER HEATER$ '
You stretch 716, white Democra registration = country. is a communications specialist I .
3 can to suit by 40,172, and Republican by lyBILUlNNIY I' The fact that enlightened citi. in Company A of the di- "
payments your 23,193. zens are successfully maintainingour vision's 142d: Signal Battaion: all,
w personal convenience.. Operation Big Lift has been Fort Hood.
American democratic
One political observer in Talla- govewrient -
....." hassee noted i that it would be' declared a huge success. With II and simultaneously are He entered the Army in. February Good I.
1M possible for th6 Negroes to elect! only 250 big troop carrying keeping up with new knowledge ; 1962 and completed basic ,
and, substantially "own" a candidate planes we were able to fly enough I and the demands of rapidly training at Fort Gordon, Ga.Classifieds I
men to Europe to replace those changing times is reflected in
for governor. Of course,i I
agreement among white Democrats I AWOL, for 72 hours anyway.It f t 1s! year's theme: "Education I Pay Off I
,'.... And it makes no difference could overwhelmingly elect is rather remarkable that I Strengthens the Nation." J JII Housekeeping
moved 16,000 to the
we troops :
., any candidate. Now, therefore, I, E. J. Jolj-j
: .. \"ihetheryou want a few dollars or a front in Europe in only 72 hours.I .II FORSANDRANi :
> t. Except for scattered places, I I son, .tr., Mayor of Fernarid.i.a; :
record for
That is
large amount of cash. the Democrats have increased in a moving: Beach, Florida, do hereby pro-j/
the front But not
I as'j claim the week of November 10. '
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voting uniformly throughout Gas
power w
remarkable President Ken.nedy's
as a"
I 16, 1963, as American EdjcaCuMWeek
: the state. Republicans: have '
I mark of moving 20,000
loans up to $500 registered significant gains in I'I and do urge all our cili-j j ,. :
troops, hundreds of planes, car Floor
__, zens to join with our teachers and Covering
several counties. Some listed
are riers and other ships ,from the .
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below, with 1952 registration in I school officials in appropriate: I r.
Cuban front last "
G. A.C.<< American EducltionV eek Oil
braeket3: Brevard 10,849 ((744)); If Europe is far enough away 2S.SJ 6_ '
Broward r.OC20, ((6,518)); E&cam-I for to fight communism thereit monies., l'\'e.1 :
r ...... bia 2,070 ((310)); Lake, 4,304 ((1- would help to get 16,000 troops E. J.Johnson, Mather r. f'"''
125)) Manatee 11,174 ((1,227)I) Mayor. :
r'1fM4tiNT .A Y MEN IS FOR ; ; j' there quickly I A
: TOU GET 2 4 mnHS 20 MONTHS 11 MONTHS n MONnct Orange 22,744 ((5,358)); Palm But if the Russians ever launch' I of FernandinaS. Complete Line Of Appliances ,:: .
t S 75.00 Beach 2C,716 ((4,680)); and Volusia I' an attack there they will be smart Trade At toe I .
S 5.\6 S 5.047 S 7.5J 'I : St. Phone 261-4383 c
i 12,313 ((2OI2)tTh ) enough to da it when congress $1"I .. .
160,00 -
S 9.4 10.79 11.67 16,11r
t following chart indicates: not in session and our planes! are
I 425.CO 24,26 I a.35 30.69 .C2.50 the change in registration: among : flying; members all over the world.
rI I I tOO.CO 34.39 I 39.34 .c2.66 59.3' tie, three groups; I[and jiot available to trcops "
White Negro pep.De.ncs Not known until it was written,
3Atlantic Avenue 1052 U13472 H2.f61 Demos FZn: I here is the real purpose behind Fresh PorkBOSTON lb. i lb. Q
ri I"S6. 1 :';U''J; 137.F63. %10.97// Big Lift And it probably ah't
.i. Fernandina ,Florida .1./2/ I. 'ixs 17S 20 .
1U! ; .' l: t.S3 197,536 33,437:: : much known afterward that Big
or. Tcl phone 261.3601GGe i Lift was a test in reverse. The FSYFB'

reels!: : Daily:! / 9..S:Wedne1day ti turday '.l2r "When a man 'knocks' his j real! purpose was to see hov. 29I .
town, he confesses he was a failure many troops we could fly from i 1 JTT
--..IUO rA r.-n fiVE....CCPJVtNIINT YIr ir..L Yf"OF, ICS".....IN....JACKSONVILLE. _& .. in it." B, J. Dahl, Chewelah I Germany to Birmingham in 72 f y dusrtersBlue
(Wa!h.) Independent hours. I
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W'+wrrr.rwr+r i..rr. y..rri i'j: I Farmer .Gray 21 Ibs. I Ribbon Ib.Ib..

. 1 r 1 1: 1 r E VCHEVELLE- :/,. I ? 11 L Jbt'' BACON Thick Slice I ff STEAK CdCll fb 7C

i .1 ; r1R r BY CHEVROlET. I

I r, ti _'I' ;.. .'. .The. kind of handling easeycu'd '
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.1 StdORED
1 i"o. Come on down and drive it.

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t' 1. l I: i /1 -\lX Jl ', tl, y t' Alhntlc; Avenue '? I Limit 1 With $v Food Order f ROAST

: Ths Und of comfort, you'd -- --- .. .
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: : 'expect(ti a large interior. (vCcmc / :' J ri Personal Size 4 Bar Pkg. Fyne Soft : : 4,Unit; Pkg. 'f e)
I j .1. en down and sit In It. : IVORY SOAP -. 9c.e. BATH. TISSUE '- : ." ,,,'- 39c f)


I, ,I .' .'! : Lana Grain 3 lb. Cello Bag Blackburn !. '5' Ib. Jug t)

I, : RICE I .. 29c '
.\ .. asc--- ) STROP : ': 39c''I'Banquet

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.. | Gold Medal 5 Ibs. ; 2 For :

:, 'ty 9 FLOURSELFRISING 39c FROZEN Jf riERS ;; ;I 89c 8

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-- ': .. Lvkes 16 os. 4 For Laundry : 1//. Each

I ,t Only a car that looks as good as this could- '. I BEEf STPW 1.00 BASKETS : 39c ,
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i come between Chevrolet and Chevy II. '1, 1 ,
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New Chertllt JUali&a Sport Coupe
'-:, Come on down and stare at It. Q Fyne Taste 10 For 11 Quart Each ,.. '

I : Now-Chevy' spirit in a new kind of car r:".; | MILK LIMIT.10 WITH FOOD ORDER $1 .00 I UT1ipr! PAIL = .. -.11'-. 29c ',

: We built: this one to do more than just stand around way it muffles noise and cushions bumps. I t Prestone 'Gal, f)

looking beautiful Held its weight t down in the 3,000()()( And the fine hand of Body by Fisher craftsmen shows 0 Pet ITFbr i, ANTI '
i pound range. Then built four lusty tnginer.;two sixes! tip beneath this one's suave good'looks, too -, $1.89 :
I i and two ti" -with output all the way up to 220 horses! Sound good?There's more.Like the fact that Chevelle | MILK -s -- $1 .OO I ,

I And if that makes: you ,think this is one frisky car, comes in three series with eleven models-convertibles, : LIMIT 8 WITH FOOD ORDER I .e

! I you've got the right idea sport coupes, sedans, wagons, even Super Sport modelsU PRODUCE DEPT. 'I
I !{ You'\'e also got a roomy car here. Yet its 115-inch with front bucket seats. Like the fact that (and see if -'it CRISCO I -
i t iwWlbasje 1 Jcecps it highly maneuverable in this isn't one of the nicest surprises of all) the J. .- ,3 ,Ibs. 68c II Golden RipeBANANAS lb. "e'

r : trafi il'Vl 1' rosy to park. hew Chevelle comes at an easy-to-take price! S ORFYNE

, ;i. t Wlt1Ut3 Full Coil suspension, it's got a ride 47i Like to hearmore The listening's wonderful j i r .. ,- 7c'-

: that remind\ you of the Jet-smooth kind the al iW) Chevrolet dealer's-and so's the driving.Oftunaltttitittott. P BAKE ,: 58c j! f)
r I Firm Crisp Cello Pack lb. Bag 9

I 0"1 Ask'about SMILE-MILE Ride and the Softg took at Chevrolet dealer's : LIMIT 1 OF YOUR CHOICE.WITH $5 FOOD ORDERS I

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Maxwell House Gidnt+ 10 oz. I I -,'

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I ; ,JJ.. -. V > I .., 't' News-Leftder, Fen andinB Beach, Florida Thursday, N November 7, !963' "'Page. Thirteen

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WANT AD RATES new. Zig-Zags, buttonholes. Original World and ScofieH: Bibles. Tetanus Deaths Unnecessary Too Late To Classify .

J5 word .75 rninlmB.nifc price over $200. Pay off Concordances, Bible drctionar-! ... .... ...
per balance! of '$C8.44 or reliable lea and study books. Call 261- BY RUSSELL KAY -

xd if Thanks Resolution party may pick up $8.00 monthly .J 5203 after 5 p.m. weekdays, _

J and Similar .N tes payments-. Phone and all day Saturday. Faith Says AMA Health Official It takes more than a badge ago. What is more importantthan

.3 per word $LOd 'tninlmnmCal26I36S6 2Gl.S157'1 Unlimited, C/O Rap1W.! and a gun to make a good law the safety and security of

or 21-3687 Beat], 103 N, Fletcher Ave. enforcement officer. The steady | the citizens of this state?

,FOR SALE 1959 PLYMOUTH Despite the outpouring ofnew r.----- __- e"rli ncreae in our crime and juvenile All good law enforcejnenl officers

;: or place. ad *!t II office."J Sports Fury 3D5 engine, stiek I ICASHIER "wonderdrug\ man's ancient delinquency rate makes imperative no matter wht branth of

J 1 51 I Ash Str te shift, heavy duty transmission.PS HELP WANTED enemy, tetanus, has not ,- good law enforcement : the government they serve, whether .

&: PB, air-eonditioned R --a-- yet succumbed to a cure. for it touches the lives of all citizens in a small community or in:a

&: H. New Firestone 500 tires. WANTED -- Book.I Even so, death from tetanus, and demands the utmost consideration metropolitan area, patrol our

: rt t FOR SALE. $f SO. Call. 2G1-5611 Nl4s I keeping, typing and general' or called"lockjaw" as it is commonly highways or engage in hlf)ity

I -- ---'-- office work. Apply in is""almost entirely unnecessary Speaking to the Florida! Intelligence j technical investigations have <'. *-

TWO, UNFURNISHED houses to Fernandina Loan C persdl'l says Raymond L Unit recently, Secretaryof problems and basic training:
, PUU COAT fall White, M.D. Director of En. I mon
musk. I. ,
length be moved from present loca :
, Ash St : t State Tom Adams pointed to I is highly important. AH n.qtl to
Muff to I vironmental Medicine for the *
rit match. old.
years tion. Ses at 110 N. 4th or contact I I American % 1 the urgent need in this state for. know something about law.: find
5jad Canadian Fur Co. Pr-} Medical Association. '& ,
by First Baptist Church. N21c WAITRESSES Georgia and "As disease is a law enforcement academy for : legal procedure, about first aid
2813711. tfc II a tetanus completely
-4--- I Florida Motel and RestaurantTwo I preventable," Dr. White the proper training of all state, I and emergency care for the injured

STRAIGHT- STICK- -,nrfJ8; Chev- I FOR SALE OR RENT One 3 I miles! South. of Kingsland noted. "The only reason it persists -s'k_ county, municipal and special self defense, the w* ...f

relet, 2-door slow mileage bedroom, asbestos shingle, on U. S. 17, .. Wp is that people fail to get 1rW agency personnel charged\ with I fire arms, identification and "!f-
furnished hone. Nice lot, 1L.1-i fail form of law enforcement. cords and particularly the U&&
ffne condition V1pieV* immunized or to maintain p4\/: any I ,
E J. Johnson Jr. 20l South cellent possibilities, GUARANTEED N Y. LIVE-IN their immunity. Out of slim While Florida has done very I methods and technics of ,th* j"'ft-
ly located to business, school, maid jobs. $35-$ week. Fare three-foartjis of r s'-
18th St. Phone 237 tic > neglect, the) well by its firemen in providing j fession as developed over""thfeyears

1_ --L ,- church. Excellent buy reasonable advanced.;Mallory Agency, Lyn- people don't have the protection them with a good. State Fire College by our ablest law entfltci-

DOZIER & CAY PAIX1S rent. For details phone2l.4l0. brook., N. Y. N21p they need. with a resultant saving of ment agencies throughout. rtfie}
!). tie -- ---- "If it weren't for medicine'scontinual
nw location. SnieU1/i }Grocery, <<: millions .of do'lars! and countless nation and the world. :::
211 Atlantic Avc.CUJ: concern over the possibility central state m\i t-Mft-
SITUATION lives by reduced fire insurance Only a
THREE BEDROOMS, 2 baths: of tetanus-if practically
rates and modern life saving methods td academy can do the jO t
9 PC DINING ROOM suite, ma., breakfast nook dining room, every time a physician saw ,a
have done little to ad. nust be done if Florida is to )
wound he didn't take
cedar lined
hogany. $;))0. Phono* 25M893' large family room, precai
double tions against tetanus-the disease vance the efficiency of our law step and properly r1'Ode
after 5. tyj N7c storage room, large garage -
I covered patio. Lot 136 x 194. JOB wanted. Tyningand would rank much. higher Puncture wounds are a common cause of tetanus. enforcement units. the safety and security ofLacitizens. .

NOTICE} It's later than you 1803( Beech St. ,Phone. 261-4161.! Shorthand Phone 251-58SG.: ainon-- human lilt! 'n. Secretary Adams, envisions a -
think Time.t&J443yo your I tIe N14c Tetanus is caused: by a deadly first rate academy, staffed by All Vbridians and their v1.

Christmas selections at RoLU - -- poison emitted by certain bacteria tances on the wind can survive -three injections four weeks able and experienced men to properly ed officials! from the govem

8n( Jewelry C panylVon their! I LARGE 10 ROOM HOME which contaminate certain for,as long as 11 years. Besides apart, followed within six to train and prepare remits down woud! do well to sivC"'thU

convenient LayAay ,PIth I converted to 2 apartments. 421 : WANTED types of woundsespecially cultivated land, they are com twelve months by booster dose. for our law enforcement ranks. matter the serious thought i G.

fa atf c I North 3rd. Ph. 261-3452. tie. puncture wounds, or wounds. monly found in household dust To maintain this protection, Such an academy to serve as! a serves. The hoar is late a'n44ha'
with imbedded dirt. and the grime of city streets. additional booster shots are necessary
i for and women time Is nw. Let's stop
training ground men
1557 PLYMOUTH V-3 hardtop, WANTED TO BUY good used The bacteria: itself cannot Some have even been detectedin : every (our years, act
] in all forms of stoat the problem and
blue and white. Radio and heater : FOR RENT trumpet. Harry Posle, 261- survive long enough in the open hospital operating rooms- "Protection," he said. "should engage
push button drive. Good for 3C01( or 2G1-3805. tIe air to infect wounds. But its, .trailed in on street slices. begin early in, life-one to two state, count7, municipal and agency ---V
of cost
work. In terms
seeds or spores can. ::The spores in some sections months after birth-for the police '
second mill
car or car. $275 .
cash. Phone 2GL41G7. FURNISHED 2 BEDROOM apartment WANTED THINKING men Tetanus spores are usuadyproduced oj'thc: country are nearly as scrapes and falls of childhood Jt would deal with crime detec- newp per costs almost nothing

< nc n wly painted. See at 124S. who shop ahead for Chr 3tmas. by bacteria growing common as dirt, and await only offer tetanus many opportunities."But tion, prevention, related security a few cents. In terms of what

PL XALUM CUSTOM MADE 5th or phone. 2615359.: 024p Robison Jewelry Company has within the air-free intestinal l the,right kind of wound to start adults need protectiontoo. matters, and train officers for a newsnaper means! to you .

Venetian blindr-- and 7 a wonderful, wide assortment tracts of mammals including their chain of infection. With the new emphasis on c'ty police, sheriffs, state troopers everything.

htafled. Wide rangy*,pleasured of colors. McCRANIE' APTS.: of gifts and jewelry for all man and reach the ground in Because of its peculiar nature, outdoor living with. accidentson beverage agents game and -

ONE 3' ROOM FURNISHED I tastes. Lay-Away now. tfc:. animal manure. Within the intestines Ulanus; has never been a mass the increase and with the fish wardens, security guardsand You cannot make a traffic safety

PDRTEK & LOVEQUIST Color downstairs, private bath. Utilities .. _- bacteria cause no harm killer Lie some infectious diseases. spore of tetanus in the dust and others.. campaign out of .sl gans, but

Center. Phone 2C1-30C8. tfc hot and cold water fur- PUBLIC NOTICE to their host, other than to serveas It is, however, a vicious dirt all about us,'we can only While excellent work has been we do thin'k a good sl Jan can
factories for the production killing GO cent of look forward to an increase in
enemy per safely campaign.
nished. Alo Beach Winter done the Florida Sheriffs Bureau help a
53 ; OLDSMOBILE OS- radio, NOTICE OFFOR .APPLICATION of spores. .. those it strikes.Development. this deadly disease unless we by I. _
heater steering brakes.I Rentals gas tea, ranging DEED the Florida Highway! Patrol .
power TAX Once on the ground the of immunity make better use of our good i.
9oo cash Ph. &273.! tic from $25 to $75 monthly. Can Sec. M.lt, F.S. snores, which are unaffected Ijy jrgatast tetanus, says Dr. \\late, sense, get immunized'and keep Training School, the Florida Trade At Home
completely furn $n. For Information NOTICE: IS HEREBY UVEN, that Slate corrections program and
I anTI inoculations
borne of
air, are great dif- requires a series immunized.
C. C. Jr. the holder of the
call W. 1.: JlcCran! Fuqua. __
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HESINANT -VINYL ACCOLONH following certificates has filed said j tlc Miami, police academy, -- - -- -n
!tock. 9 ft "idt ($1.C5 sq. 261-4642. tic:. nc I certificates for a tax deed to be issued ----I- -- I sorely need a state supportedacademy. ..
thereon The certificate numbers I ;
yfl. Porter & Lovli\\aUt ColorCenter. I and. jears of issuance, tie. C1escriPU : generations.. Program fund NOVEMBER 16 is the date set I FOR
Ph. 2Gl-30f,8.) tIe THREE BhDROOM: house unfurnished. or we property ana me names ACP Bridges Gap I are allocated each year amon"I or the annual Smorgasbord to I i Just as our efficient Sta'e Fire

-.1.--- ___ ___ Five Points area.J ia which it was a&sftd are ai fol- ; and trains men :
)owe. the States and counties on the je hell at the Junior High Cafeoritrm Col'ege prepare SM4 DRAW
40 |lIP ELECTRIC start Johnson I Phone 2t11- 421. :N7c Certificate No. 96 Yer of Issuance In Science basis of conservation needs. b7 the Women of St. Pet- I in up-to-date frs prevention and i :

outboard motor pin. only 3 I 1961 Applying Naturally! the ACP, cost-shar Vs Episcopal Church. For tick-: ', control methods, so would a peace I III j
of Property Clock 180
TWO BEDROOM completely ] :
burL 1 Mr. Connelly 261-5751. lots.1 a TOWB of. ,Milliard {, I ing program<< must achieve the ets, contact Mrs. S. E. Stewart. officers academy proviae us with Floor Covering : '
furnished on North I Name in which aszessed unknown | and for :,
-e. -, tIc To Land II well trained men women
Byh. Phone 261-3G53 after 61 AU of said property being in the faming conservation for every dollar of and crime SEE T.Mt1i'e
County of Nassau Hate of Florida. : spent. But the program also all types polico { prevention .
12 1/, MAHOGANY. .. plywood p.m. N7c Unless such certificate o* certifif f I iacognizes that agr'cjlturc: varies Information soon will! be available I and detection work. ,
boat, :3 hp Johnson, Champ I cates shall 'tIP. redeemed according'' Farmers who have ,a c3rsT"a-: Florid 's. rapid growth and i'i- '
DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT to law t.e property described in such greatly between regions,. on 1964 ACP practices I '
tiltnrailer. Like new. Call! 2ai- certificate ,or certificates, will be sold: tion problem on their farms creased crime rate3 makes it imperative ;
Q or 201-5183. Lie unfurnished. Corner 4th and to the highest bicUer st the court which they haven't yet been alnto : States, counties, and even farms. which are available to farmers in that we give tfovghiful

Calhoun, across street from house door on the first Monday In work out should check with o, each year, the program is Nassau County,. including practice I consideration to Secretary Adi of Fernandirja; ( -
Month of December. ISO! which is the officials ,
examined by farm
DOZIER &: GAY PAINTS School St. Joseph' Academy lad day 'of December. 1063! the ASCS county office ibrtle 'I specifications and: coat-share i urn's sur: estio"1. Such a program S. 8th St. Phone 1-4383:
BSJ for the South* anti at reasonable Phone 251-4200 or 201-380(1( tfe Dated this Zlst day of October, 1963I'D. Miklcelscn, County Office Manager and leaders, and suggestions -I rates. should have been instituted years I .

prices. Shiell's Grocery, ---- O Oxiey. Agricultural Stabiliza'ionand are made for improving it. :I __ ____ -_ ,__ _.. -- -- -- :" --'--'r'- -
of Na::> .u I .
2 tl'Atlantic Ave.* FOUR ROOM furnished apartment Cons rvathn Service, sail It isn't practical! to ieiude i II'-_------- ----- ,_ ,-..--- -,....... .
421 N. 1. 11.7, 14
private entrance. today. Coxt-shnring assistanc every good conservation practicein ,

807 STANLEY DR.: completely I I I 3rd. .tfcI i[" NOTICE-- I under the Agricultural Conservation the program. However, a sin- !
imiL A r-L- I--.IMJ-I j PUBLIC
3 bedrooms oak ? is made to that
redecorated, : Program often is the niesn! eere effort see
floors, nice patio. $11,030. Only j ONE FURNISHED one unfurnished I M TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE of closing the Jap.between willingness I available ACP help is directed: sr
$too down. I apartment, oceansiue. 'I AND JOB NASSAU Cf>lNTY; LOR-1 to remedy a problem and !that the individual farmer wir ,
*.** -ftLRGE Year 'round, 12(5( S. Fletcher. f-IDA. I actuary applying the conservation -I have assistance with the conser
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Fhone 2613138. tIe l.% Ci1.tCEY.NO.
: TWO bedroom housa at vaticn problems his farm fg.
2733SIID.SIATg practice to the land, she de- en
Five Points. Beautiful lot.Needs bath Iro\lES.r.lC.: a I I' dared. which cost-sharing is most needed i
hrtuU Gaper-lion
icpairs. $4W down, $57ONCT block of Post Qtfi ce. PrivaS; PULiUff I I The County Office Manager Farmers are encouraged: t

rQ90th.. entrancePhone 2G1-518S 2t31- CLARENCE.'3-CHEAVERS, I ID"It'Bi.uL I pointed ojt that the program Is : stop by the ASCS county o're
'* '*
4341. tie I' authorized by Congress in rccujr-I I to dUtusa their e nseratiocI :
$350 DOWN $G3.50 aith NOTICE OF SCITmE 'I nition of the fact that the wise.I problems and the possibility o:
small three bedroom STATE C1 FLORID t.
Buys '
VACATION ArtS TO: Clarence W. Cneavirs I use and adequate protection of obtaining ACP cooperation u II
two bath home. Pan- OCEANFRONT APT. completely! Residence unknown rancliland: .
the Nation's farm and carrying out a neeed measure

: ft ft S. Fletcher Ave. 261-587. above enliUed! cause: ; ani that you I to ACP is "conservation-with it.would otherwise Le done

,(john T. Femiri & Son tIc I swer are hereby with the required Clerk cf It this fi'e C-uit your ar an:. I use", for this land must continueto i That Christmas Gift For Your Wife.

80ft AUnic( Ave. Phone 21-5571 ta serve a copy thereof upon the plain produce the food and fibei

1irWO --_J- UPPER DECK APIS. Completely -I or pbintiff s attiiney whose name I needed by future as well as pre.l
1tIff adoress is: I .
BEDROOM HOME I famished including TV I : George A. Stelogeannis i\i-r88 ..

LIVING ROOM, kitchen and bath. phone 2614118. tIe I 830( Lynch ttuildmj ; '
Two-car garage and extra large i Jacksonville 2. Florida PUBLIC ICE '\ $ GENERAL ELECTRIC
I not later than December. 9th A. D. :! ; -
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room downstajrn Completely TWO ROOM: furnished apartment 1X3.It! : oc SALE ; ( / JiIt 'i NIf{,*'! !r" N ,1I1T i7 L JiII!:
weatherstripped, insulated. Fur. I you fail to do so decree pro confesso NOTICE IS HEREttY GIVEN that. 4- .
will be entered against;; yen for purm-ni: ta a Final Decree of Foreclosure J\ZJ'bI1CS
nti ed. On city jewecage. 70 x it the relief demanded in the Corr plaint I entered In cause nnrberei i > / ; lliil@fuflll@: 1Nmn@ltm9t.w !

125 lot. 1675 S. Fletcher. $10tffj. ,- IL F. SAdLMAN I The nature of said suit being for %':24, la f>e Circuit Curt of Nassai I. I
ill foievtosure of mortgage encumberingthe I County, Flvida. I will! sell the nroper f* 'JAAIfIt"' -- #
I FUONE 261-3221 following described property suUite ty situated in Nassau County Florida- :: A Scruce of Yew Doctor cf Hedlc-ne
v ft ft ft3I1REE la Nassau Cointy Florida tit: deseribed as: "\ Year Local lltJidl Society a&d lie \
BEDROOM HOME YEAR ROUND two bedroom Regis in the Southwest comer of Come ce r.t tVe NE corner of the I? Flonda Uedical Association. \ AUTOMATIC DISHWASHERPrerinses.washes..iriesM.
Lot No. 3, thence go North 100 feet SU of ovtrn-nent Lot 2. SectH? il/Il ..
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LIVING ROOM, dining area, kit. famished or unfurnished apart- to a point thence East 100 feet to 1'). Township 2 North. Rn"e 25 TEETffiKG: A TFiYEtG ; p .,d ; :.'. "';0.; /V.4'1: ';/ :i i II

cjbn and otlityjoomj Carport ment on beach. Phone 261-3733 a point: thence South 100 feet to a Eat. from thit p<*fat go S 16 rie- TIME \
'ire fenced ", point: there West ICO feet to Pointof grees 55' E a distance of 65 Pi fretti i !
landscaped yard, .
Howard Hammond. 224 S. Fletcher \ .
Be"inning with mLt ingress an iron for the point of begin- !
backyard. $10,250. Must be seen tie. and egress The above being a pore ning From sart puit of N> innin Teething. or the cutting cf' '
(5; be appreciated. 207 S. 15th j thin 01 Lot No. 3. owned by Walter f-mttrje S 18 degteS53' E h the teeth through the gum, uzs 'I while do more important things.
Herm anJ recorded ia Deed a distance of 50 fett t30' iron. r been held responsible for many you'
St- I Eoufc 5J Page 213, pubic records I thence S "5 degrees Or W a distance | ailments. The natural tecthi-g: i -
.A. ..A. ..A.W MISCELLANEOUS rj Nassau CJunty. Florida. I ftf 73 fet ta o.nnt thenceN i '-
M.. I I Lying -aid bejag in tne SW14 cftie P5 degrees 07- E-dutance of process nas! peen accusea orB I .
FOREST hILLS NBH of Sectfru 35 T sh.p: 73 feet t" th twnt of tffri'ranis | causing constipation, diarrhea 1 rt 0 FAMOUS G-E WASHING ACTION -
80TStanley) Drive",-la b !rooms.I I Santa I I 4 Nods Range: a East. r.eing part of fiovernroert Lot 2.1ccti.i coughs. fevers and convulsions i .
: really
I l WITNESS my hanl and tie sell of 19. wnsbro 2 ra"rtJa, Teething is seldom to Mama for I--- sofurotes dishes with a
living ro.u, kitchen dining need a new watch for Christmas. said Court at Fenunsiuu: Bscn. Flor- Rrnge 25 Hast. Nassau County, of these a.lraents.; AlUicujh ,,,
mom, utility room. hardwood I Inoors. I Why not by it away now while iO* this Slst day of October.. A.D.OXLEY 1963 Flonda F I any sometimes i uncomfortable! I ;;: '; .' I thorough Washing action...leaves
SD 0
(SEAL) I t public sale] to tvp bighe and best
FHA $11,003. $300( ) the selection is good at Robison Clerk of tie Qrcu-t CourtA Si-fee fr cash. .>t the main entrance )| teething does not cause endue them sparkflng'cleanENDSHAND.RINS1NGAND
down, no closing costs. Jewelry Company? ( copy cf the Caaiplaint tied here' -f the Nassau County CwirtVu fa'tfrnindini trouble.Baby's. II jt )'. 4 .
& in U aitacfced to the copy of this not-. : Beach Florvta. (turin| the J known !
-fr F first teeth. ass ; i_ .rtf
'u-i Love, Ann. tie let \\hic& 13 mailed ta euch defendant legal hours of sale on the IS day of .
21J S. FLETCHER for whom a reaJence mere specific "o HMobe 19C3. J deciduous teeth, usually ppear ; SCRAPING..pre-rinses. .
On *1 story duplex, life time roof. LET ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS than a st-te or country was givea ia I (SEAL) fVI n, n OXLEY S 1 between the sixth and eighth I.I iic -
Lie sworn st-teHie.:. filed herein by CLERK: mCUTT COURT ,| month of life. However many b.qI'; : washes / dries "FlushawayDrain"
Uve in one and rent other topay help with your drink- the pluiiiUff his aged or attorney.i tenrge A. SteIngeas.ais healthy children do not have I
for both. ing problem., Write Box 3-18 .I 4t 117. 14. 21, 23: 30 LynchIxksrnvfe Building! 9 f their first teeth until the tenth I : liquefies soft food particles
.1 *r I City or Phone Jax. El 6-1100.1 -PUBLIC---NOTICENOTICE --- Attorney' for 2,Plaintilf Florida t' or twelfth month. No one i i.AJ I and. pumps them away

... MASONRY HOME tie 1 1I It H7 7 knows just what determines I F ; I
rolR!! bedrooms bath and half. I I' TO CREDITORS *. time for appearance of baby's f. i. to GIANT NEMA CAPACITY HOLDS

I $300 down, $G1>.50 per month.! VANITY BEAUTY SHOP IV' TIlE FLOSID\COIRT OF STATUTES THE COUNTY PUBLIC NOTICE ; :* teeth. Ordinarily when they do I 4 SERVICE FOR 12 vinykush.loned .
Permanent from $5.95.; Prescription FLOR. }\ not appear by eighth or
ninth off interior cradles dishes ,
month suspicion
Beauty Service at ID*, IX PRO'tATC. FOR TV SIRED 'h a ... ,
? ta rt: Estate of Sec. I,.Ie. F.&. wrong feeding present itself.i silverware basket
Fiv% bcdtftom. two story frame budget prices. Ph. 261-tCSft tfc Julia B. BCkuUkk. Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY IVEN. tint Actually, the teeth are already '/ : i handles-up
I Kome $4,500. te AH Creditors iti Persons Hiving C A. Ton" nHiH the h'Her of the lilt formed in the jaw. when the m "
!if WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS Claims, Demands Ajiinst Said Es. ioying: certiLcates has fled satd certiGcites is born. 'i 0 LUXURY APPEARANCE satin-
PETE INGRAM,'jbl"lItD make. Stoves cleaned. tate. for a tax deed to be issuectthereon. baby
&hannnn'Urobr any You anj each of you are hereby notified The certificate number ud Often the pressure of the white server top I
I .:. L L ; Buy, sell, repair used furniture.Ph. and required ta present any years of issuance. the description of ,4 teeth on the gums causes disj :
i 13 .North 4th.. Pbftoe 2I42G9 231.3442 or 223-5294. tIe claims and demands which you 01 the property, end the napes in whichit comfort. The appetite and
.... I have thee assessed follows j I
either of you taiy against was are as ,
ule at Juiu B. Ckattaick. deceased, Certfic Nn. i Year of Issuance 1' 1DewriptiB digestion may become upset JP102
,, LAtEX: WALL PAINT Dozier HOME MADE POUND cakes, I late at said County to tr* County of Property Lot C Sec .: and the baby may sleep poorly. OHLY $$1'900
& Gay's, at $3.15 gallon. layer: and birthday cakes pies Judge <4 Nassau: Cwnty. Florida at < his office In the court house of said Name ta which assessed Bradley & .> of bread to bite on afford I
: meWs Grocery 211 Atlantic All) kinds. Call Patricia Lodge County at Ternar-dina Beach Florida I'4iey relief to may NEEDS NO INSTALLATION
some sore
Ave. 1..1.2.. tie within six calendar minifcs from the AU of said property being in thecounty gems.Mothers
time of the first pub&catfon of tlis cf Nassau. State of FtoriiJ. often rub the gums ....ROLLS ON WHEELS! FINANCING ARRANGED !
notice. To>> erpies of each claim ci Unless such certificate ar certificates ) gently to aid the teeth in coming j
SIKCER; SLANT-O-MATIC sew- FOUND A HANDY WAY to, demand shall be in writing and shall shall be redeemed according tolaw through. In extreme instances jI jI I

iofT machines. Repairs for any do your holiday shopping now. state the place of residence atfi past the property described m such the gums have to be I

make machine. William Rhodes Robison Jewelry Company will office Shan be address sworn of to by the the claimant.claimant and hu to certificate the highest or certificates bidder tl will the be courthouse 'sold lanced ,

C/0 Mather of Fernandina. be glad to hold your gift choiceon agent or attorney and accompanied door on the first Monday in To have good teeth infants Five Points Grocery & Hardware i
*!! NUp their .Laj-Awaj Plaiu. tic by a filing fee of Me dollar and nict Morlh t>f December, 1963 Wrt is must have good and proper
claim or demand not so fited. shall be ate trt day r>( Deeembn. ISO. diet. Milk eggs, cod liver oil,
-- .1. ( 1961
void. Dated this 30th day r( October, ,
ONE AUTOMATIC dishwasher FLOOR Aerated times. $75. Call 261. ing. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson As administratrix c(..U*? Estate of clerk _nf Orrwt Cwri of Njesaa II" proper balance, will fcelp make FIVE POINTS PHONE I
Julia B, Chadwictt deceased. County. Flonda good, strong healthy teeth. !
4 53"after 5. N7c Phone 261-4609. tIc 4t U31. 117. II. 21 4t 10-31.11-7.14.21 .
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alte Fourteen NewS-Leader, Fem ndina Beach, Florida Thursday, November 7, 1963 -'\}-t James DeBerry Gets

i 1-: Ai1; Churches -I ST. PAUL'S CHURCH LUTHERAN 4 While S-Sergeant I In Spain Rate BACK INJURIESThousands

Amelia City Kar Intersection For The Homemaker rf working men know what Chiropractic can door
t i TABERNACLELfftlPTlST PINE GROVE BAPTIST AU j VILLATOBAS, Spain JamesM. ( back injuries. They know that when other methods hate
I CHURCH DeBerrypf)Jacksonville has failed to tire them relief, chiropractic was successful.It .
; A. F. Gerbhardt, Putor :
By' been promoUj to staff sergeantin is important that employee compensation insurance car
,&melit }Road Phone 261-348 Ret. A. Z. Knif Pastor ekes and the in
d.OO ajn. Morning Service the Unix jl States Air Force. public general now recognize this fact.dual
Rev lAd Chambers, Pastor Iroiay School: 9:45 tOO Sunday School w Mrs. studies hare been made of injured "workerskared fur by the different
: aau. ajn. r C N. Harrison
JJuudijr Scnool _....,... 10 I.m. .dut lag Worship 11 Sergeant DeBerry is a radar I systems of therapy. Chiropractic ta\l has !been shown to
Morning Worship 11 a.m. .ub a.m operator assigned to the 871st bring the worker through with less cost to the insurance company .
Evening: Worship ;: 1 p.rn. t un. Morning Servicti:30 CHURCH OF CHRIST tf. p Home Demonstration Agent Aircraft: Control and Warning lower insurance coverage rates to the employer, as well
p.m. Evangelistic Servict
v adnesday Service ..,..- 'I p.m. South 14th Street Squadron here. *4 iv-is inurruptUn in working time.
W.M.B.SU .
.' The sergeant, cf Mr. and Many large industrial firms are now employing chiropractors -
tr.-M Kenneth L. Jones, Minister
: -* p.m. Wednesday V.LB. Young '" I on a full time basis to care fir their in hd werktrs, where
M. L. of 8308 Eaton
CALVARY 3 CHURCH Bible Study ._10:00 I DeBerry
People : chiropractic is indicated. Over 600 wellas
..... a.m.1 With record of : inurant.it3mpanit8 as
v Bailey '!toad Morning Worship 11:00 a crop pecan \ cup neutral soap flakes or Ave., Jacksonville, attended the and Florida Wcrkmans
:45 Georgia laws,
; J. C.. BYRD, PASTOR Prayer Meeting Evening Worship _. 7:00 p.m.j j this fall, the homemaker should soap beads. (If water is hard, use :t t I Fletcher High School 0 chiropractic on an equal basis. recognize -

Sunday School .. ..._..N..10 A.M Tuesday: Singing Practice 7:30 consider freezing a supply. % cup). i! His wife, Cathleen, is the For back injuries, try chiropractic first;,jou may save tune,
Mo ting! Worship 11 A.M. STr MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC p.m. Pecans are especially easy to Let stand overnight or until I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles money, misery by doing so.
Evening Service 7:30 P.M. CHURCH (Held at various members homes) freeze. Just be sure the nut meat his solution changes to a soap i t Rhatigan of Fernandina Beach. I
are as clean as possible. Freezing jelly. Pour out about % of j
; :ft Rev. W. J. Holmes, Pastor Wednesday: Mid.WeekBible cup I
flORTll 14th STREET Sunday Mass 2nd, 4th i Study _._."_, 7:30 p.m. neither kills bacteria nor removes 'he soap jelly into a bowl and beat I that one locally who has Hours
rBAPTIST CHURCH Sunday _, 7:30 a.m. I Thursday:. Ladies Class 10:30 a.m. dirt. vith an electric beater or rotary 1 packaged or bulk smoked fish in i A
':45 ajn. ? Sunday School Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd (Held at various members homes) Crack the shells and remove the egg beater until it looks like their refrigerators, and do not Mon., '"ed., Fri.

ItUO ajn, __I Morning Worship 5th Sunday! 11:30 a.m. meats. Pack nut meats tightly in stiffly beaten egg whites. I. know the source of these fish 9-12 & 2.6

1I'1:00'p.m. ... .._.... B.T.U. Monday Young People 7 p.m. SPRINGH1LL BAPTIST frozen food containers or poly With a vegetable brush (or should destroy them, as they are I
J8:00: p.m. _' Evening Worship Ually 8 a.m. CHURCH ethylene bags. even a brush slightly heavier) I, too dangerous to take a chance F 131 Kings Street
.. 7:30,p.m. Mid-Week. Services Saturday Convent Chapel Nuts may be stored in freezer apply sude to upholstered furniture I on. V
tip Wednesday 3:30 Communion in Convent State Hiway 107 NassauvilleRev. for a year. or carpet using circular motion Phone 729-5644
Dan E. Wade Pastor S
6:30 P.M. Young People's cleaning only a small area
Meeting Pastors Prayer Time Many people aren't as careful at a time. Remove suds with a Classifieds Pay Off ; Kingsland, Georgia
="3 FIVE POINTS BAPTIST (For Men) ,..__. 7 a.m. as they might be about eating rubber spatula.To -_ _. I
w Sunday School 9:45 a.m. sufficient protein each day.
clean cloth
JJ J. W. Keen' Pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship 11 a.m. Study shows that after 40 rinse wring DR. C. R. CROCKER DR. T. A. OWEN
from clear water rub
over area
0:45: ajn. ._...L.,_ Sunday; School Rev. J. T. Dunnam Pastor Training Union 6:15 p.m. years of age the average woman repeat Buff with soft, dry I TortureTest
J1X;( 'un. .....,.\Mom g Worship Worship Services: 8:30: A.M. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. consumes less than the "dail)' cloth.

4:30 p.m. .Training Union 11:00 A.M. Wednesday: i needed amount" of protein. Caution: Be sure cloth is wrung j Kingsland I Chiropractic Clinic
Men's Hour of Power 7
V:30: p.m. i'Evening! Worship 7:30 P.M. 7:30 Women between 40 and 59 well to prevent wetting of fabric. j i
Wednesday. Prayer' service, 7:30pjn. : Sunday, School 9:45 A.M. "Whosoever Prayer will .M comet p.m. years had diets 9 percent below Slightly overlap next section i "Associated with Owen Chiropractic
1 Training, Union 6:15 P.M. may par in protein; women 60 to 69, cleaned. Let thoroughly dry before iI
i .TV Prayer Service ______ Wednesday ft 18 percent; and those 70 to 79 using. I; Downtown Gulf Clinic of J Jacksonville "

MEMORIAL .METHODIST 7:30 P.M. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN years old, about 12 percent short; Important: Try a small hidden

;T 'CHURCH a CHURCHRev. Although protein needs must area on furniture to check color.I ,,"'* "1! ; -

a Nelson P.. Moyer, Pastor BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH John Dozier, Pastor be assessed along with other nn'< fastness to cleaning. I I -.-

3:45.J: a.m. .... Sunday School 429 South 6th Street Church School ,_._ 9:45 A.M. tritional requirements, it might "Dry Suds" may also be used I .w; -"
il:00-ja. ,. ... Worship Service .-.a. IbO A.M.I be well if older women took and for washing woodwork, etc. Apply -
Morning Worship
: Rev. C. W, Page Pastor : I
J:15: ),JD. _r.MYF; Supper &; Pro. Sunday Services: Youth Meetings ',...- 6:00: P.M.! other look at their daily protein with a sponge. Rinse with &UJ. { 1\ tala'I :ra t
from clear water. i
Church School 7:30 P.M. intake. sponge j
z. .. grams 10:00 AJM. _. Sunday School iI =;1 '!
!:!O .ra. Evening Worship 11:00 A.M. Morning Worship *r Foods important for protein include .' !I I
FiRST'ASSEMBLY OF GOD milk cheese, eggs, meats ', YOUR
: 6:30: p.m. B.T.U. Dr. Woolsey Warns ; DOES
7:00 P.M. Men's Prayer Service Rev. E. A. Lewis, Pastor poultry, and fish. Others thai J _

FRSANDRAN J:30 Evening Worship 1000 ajn. ___ Sunday School can be counted on to give good STUTTER,
p.m. ; I Botulism ENGINE
beans lea
Fuesday: ll:00 a.m. _, Worship! Service amounts' are dry peas, Area On I I
I tils, and nuts. Although cereals
1:00 p.m. ,_ Visitation. 6:30 p.m...? C. A..Youth Services 1 JERK FALTER, ,
I provide smaller quantities of *
pro ,
'* 1:30 p.m. ,Evangelistic Service tein in a usual serving, their cons From Smoked Fish I ? MOTOR
Thursday mid week service STALL
Floor Covering CHURCH OP GOI tributions can help out in meeting OR
Cor. 4th Cedar Sta.Ikv. 7:30 p.m.PRINCE .
and daily protein needs. Director of :
Dr. B. F. Woolsey, I
L. Marvin Johnson, Pastor < < i'' GETA .
SEE r r Even though body growth fa Nassau County Health Depart : TUNEIUP
Phone 261.3807- OF PEACE completed, older people still need ment has just received, through! _
: 10:00: a.m. _>_ Sunday School LUTHERAN CHURCH protein for repair and upkeep qf the State Board of Health, the '
Matherof 11:00 a.m. Morning Service body tissues. '/ News Release from
Donald R. Himmelman, Pastor following ,
/J E. Friday Evening 7:30: p.m. Phone 261.5634 the U. S. Food and Drug Administration -j Only /
Fcrnaridina 7:30 ,_. Evening Service for something different
PJU. Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Looking of the Federal Depart ,
S, 8th St. Phone 261-4383 Prayer meeting Wednesday Worship Service ...__ 11:00 a. m. to perk up your fall menus! ment of Agriculture on the recent -
7:30: p.m. Try whole-wheat biscuits. Not outbreak of Botulism from I *
--.. #, welconi : /AW1! I
only will they offer a eating smoked fish: 66
change of pace, but they'll provide The FDA issued findings and -
PROPHECYRev. family with lots of good I I
recommendations to processors '
I H. C. Drury, Pastor nourishment. Whole-wheat flour and handlers of smoked fish and ?; any six I. .

: 10:00: a.m. Sunday School 1 is milled from the entire wheat to the public to prevent further car1 J
SALE 11 a.m. Morning Service II kernel, so you gut all of the nu>, outbreaks of Type E. botulism

7:45 p.m. Evening Service tritive value of the grain. such as those occurring recentlyin : any eIght )

7:45 p.m. Wednesday, V.L.B. Ser Whole-wheat biscuits are both the Nashville-Knoxville, Tenn., 888 cylinder car 55 iii
vice for young people. quick and easy to make. Why. area and in Kalamazoo, Mich.

: ft not try this recipe. Commissioner George P. Lar- 'Parts extra if neededWE.

ST. Plr IER'S EPISCOPALCHURCH WHOLE WHEAT BISCUITS g rick and the findings and recommendations
CLOSING OUT MANY ITEMS 1 cup whole wheat flour were based on FDA'sown

Ellisor 7.8 cup all-purpose flour intensive study of the prob
The Rev. James D. Rector **
7:30, A.M. .:..,.. Holy communion 1 tablespoon baking powder lem, and on the report of an ad- : DO ALL THIS
% teaspoon salt .
visory committee of scientific ex.
ALL THROUGH THE STORE 10:00: A.M. Choral Eucharist
% to 1-3 fat
11:15, A.M. Church School cup perts asked to make an independent
sin water or milk \
5:00 ChurchmenThis PM. Episcopal Young Mix cup the dry ingredients to. Commissioner study. Larrick said he 0 Clean and adjust Q' Check coil and

( is the schedule of every gether. Cut in the fat and add liquid is adopting with modificationsthe .
RUBBERMAID : spark plugs condenser
to make soft dough.
Sunday with the exception of the a emergency information as to : ,
last Sunday of the month) the dough on a lightly floured sources of contamination and
.. 'I': .* KiTCHENWARES. board, and pat out or roll until other factors involved. He said Q Clean and 0 Check generator
it *
; ." one-half or three-fourths of an
'0 It!; the emergency measures are necessary
'. .. ':' HOUSEWARES LAST SUNDAY OF THE inch thick; or knead gently, and in view of the deadly nature set points and voltage -
MONTH roll to the desired thickness. Cut of botulism poisoning and

.........' 7:30 A.M. Holy Communion into biscuits. Bake at 450 degrees the occurrence of deaths in the Set regulator
10:00.: A.M.' Morning Prayer F. (very hot oven) for about 15 last few weeks from botulism associated timing 11

Other Items and Sermon minutes. with smoked whitefishand
H. Many 11:15 A.M. Church School dsm JttUI[ pauzodsaa pa1nna chubs produced in the Great 0 Adjust carburetor 0 Check battery

.-",*,, 5:00 P.M. Episcopal Young replace the water; or, if nonfat Lakes area. ,. !" ., :. .' 'l' Churchmen dry milk is available, mix % cup FDA's recommendations are as
with the dry ingredients and use follows: M

?irIARDEE BROS. CO. People Do Read Even 0 : water in place of milk. wives TO HOUSEWIVES having any smoked- House fish (

The Smallest Ads A effective cleaner
very you
products in the home refrigerators <
Atlantic Avenue In The News-Leader. can make to use on upholstered or freezer should destroy CAR rt
r furniture (or carpets) is "Dry II
these products UNLESS THEY SAFE Y I
I You Are Suds." Here's what you do. ARE KNOWN NOT TO HAVE
of hot water add I
I To one quart ,
_-_ _n ______ ___ _. BEEN MADE FROM FISH I

\ ,!, PLANTS in the Great Lakes area.
The smoked fish products of #, .r w

concern are those that are packaged
WM 2-speed 7-cycle FRIGIDAIRE In sealed wrappers and those I

+ .. that are sold in bulk without any
Canned fish
package or wrapper.

; .' Washer wash products WHOLESALERS are not involved.TO RETAIL-. !

pampers your .
: S:4.:
All smoked fish products I fljtr :
now on the market and made from I 2 1
= f4ivI(4cbI.
: : Great Lakes fish or processed in I
4 ; ii'Just set Fabric dial for right washing combination. establishments in the Great Lakes '

0 o Automatic Soak cycle-better than overnight soak. area should be destroyed unless
: it can be established with cer- ,
F ____ _
.,: : Ask about the Frigidaire Action Zone. Clothes tainty:
::: ,
:. 1. that the fish was heated im- I
,,; circulate under water, where Action Zone washing :. mediately after it was packaged W. DUBOSE, MASTER MECHANIC IS AN EXPERT IN THE USE OF OUR

: _: Jf' helps,get all your wash fabulously clean! o' in temperature a manner of that at would least assure 180 decrees aI MODERN AND EFFICIENT TESTING EQUIPMENT I

.N> i
F. for at least 30 minutesin
Fresh running water rinsing gets clothes clean "

.::- GIANT I f(l as a mountain stream. ishable-keep Such the fish coolest should under part be refrigeration"marked of the "Per-fish.. 'ireston NEW TREADS .,;, 1

: 11 Nl lint traps to clean! Lint and scum overflow like Or, APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES ,
12 LB t.L magic down the drain and clean away. 2. that the after fish was packaging frozen and immediately WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE \l lt

.. r has since been maintained continuously Narrow or Wide Design, ,
Spins clothes extra dry-saves heavy lifting! .j in a frozen condition. t Tubeless
5 or Tube-type
,, Commissioner Larrick said that 4 for' I
SudsWater Saver Model I WIAR-64 I (pennies a day more) the Committee DID NOT RESTRICT a

-- of hot water White ITS RECOMMENDATIONS Our Nero Treads, identified by Medallion end tap mark art
gallons a only.
J.saves. many year.
,. I.Anfait defect is workmtuUp u4 Kiicriab Df ef
taring tmi
FISH such fish from
It's the washer. // SMOKED or 2.A 4 9
Dependable Sturdy Frigidaire : faut Bornal m4 guards (except itpainUt poutum) c&cwa
processors in the Great Lakes tend to rrcnr7 lamer or CM to 12 BoiUi.KepJMeaeU .
r the >wonted a tread wear ud fcu t m Itt yHe comt
is com
FDA modifying
:" / area. at t1me of adiartatut.a .
mittee recommendations to that
LIBERAL ; extent Commissioner Larrick 7- Plus tax and 4 trade-In tfres

.l said because of all the known
"t TRADE-IN '. botulism outbreaks from smoked FREE CAR SAFETY 0HE0K !
Model WIA-64. .iJ. fish in the United States in recent I
,' a 4 colors or whits. ALLOWANCES years have been traceableto

n I. products from the Great Lakes

\ 0 I.,. easy terms area and evidence of contamination
of smoked fish with C.

\,' 41ff .sw .... a' botulism Type E is limited to that BEACH SUPPLY ,
area at the present time.

Florida; Public Utilities Co. that Commissioner the studies Larrick on the also sources said ,>>. I

and cause of botulism organismson
Avenue 261-4482 I
smoked fISh.products are con. 118 Atlantic Phone

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