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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 14, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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notis - AFA6512
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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jttitft&iMin' $35,800 for Fort RestorationAt was received ClinchWord Is Approved today from I'Gala FBHS !Homecoming Underway




the Florida Park Service

that $35, OO has been approved .L -' '5. *
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for the restoration of the bar. I -......."'".. ....: .. ..... Pirates To Meet'
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racks building and the bakery : 'Pirate Escapades' Tonight Will Herald L \'
\ Fort Clinch.
shops at
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The funds are a part of the : Orange Park In
It's Homecoming and time for S97, OO approved by the State I Festivities; Queen Will Be Crowned ts; 1.

big doings at FBHS today and tomorrow Cabinet on Tuesday for use of
See the Escapades to the Park Service in various proJects t! Homecoming festivities for 1963 I For weeks the candidates have Homecoming Game

night and have a look at what throughout the state. at Fernandina Beach High School carried on their penny-a-vote
young talent and creative minds began officially this morning at I campaign and looked forward to BY CURT GORDON

can conjure up. Then tomorrow J. W. Hiers Dies 9:00 with the Senior Assembly I tonight when the favorite will be Friday night the Pirates will
afternoon don't miss the Homecoming I, The songs, dances, and other talent named and the crowning ceremony entertain the Orange Park Raid
parade and above all be at were presided over by Diane will take place. In charge of the ers in the annual Homecoming

City Ball Park tomorrow night i In Gainesville; Lewis, mistress of ceremonies.The I ceremony will be Pirate Co-cap football gara$ The Orange Park
for the clash with the Orange big moment for one of.the J tains Butch Williams, Ned Tyson, ,,w,1 team is coached by a former
Park "Raiders" and other big I six candidates for Homecoming \ and Chip Wood. Fernandina star athlete who

Homecoming doings. Funeral TodayFuneral Queen will come tonight after The princesses of the queen'scourt % \_ went on to become a football star
tr I the "Escapades" when the queen j I will be honored at the cere. J ____ 'i. at the University of Florida _

Canny politician that he is, Ernest for J. W. Hiers, 48,, j will be crowned. I mony. Representing the freshman I :r Larry Wesley. Wesley is well-
Vandiver refused to announce was held at 11 a.m. today in Me I class will be, Cherry Edenfield c ; ., ..'. .. liked by the Fernandina people
t this far in advance that he will morial Methodist Church with ; I representing the sophomore class, : f : l- > < : ; j.$ and a tremendous crowd is expected .
i seek a second term as Governoi Rev. Nelson Moyer, pastor, of Funeral Rites For Marsha Pendleton; and Janette MI\ f \t\3t 11. to be on hand to witnesshis
of Georgia in that state's next ficiating, assisted by Rev. Albert I Gass and Janice Fowler were r team's*/ encounter with the.
I, gubernatorial election. Neither I Koisline of Palatka. Graveside chosen by the junior class. ir f Pirates.
Sutton Set
did he deny that he will run and service was held at Tustennuggee George 1 The skits, pantomimes, musical .: : .j.5. The game should be a whaleof

it is my guess that he will be a I Methodist Cemetery north oi numbers, and plays of the "Es- : 't s a contest: being played in; the
I candidate and my conviction that High Springs at 3 p.m. : Friday In Yulee capades" will begin at 8:00 in the homecoming atmosphere which
he will meet no opposition which Oxley Mortuary was in chargt high school auditorium. Student Margie Brewton, Sponsor Bobbie Becton, Sponsor Gail McKendree, Sponsor : will be preceded by the largest

he cannot handle. Vandiver, one Ii of arrangements. I Funeral for George Robert., 'Council I President Steve Beckett I Ned Tyson, Escort Chip Wood, Escort Butch Williams, Escort I J:' parade of the year along with
the
j outstanding halftime -show.
of Georgia's most popular governors will be master of ceremonies. The --- ---
Mr. Hiers died
Beach I Tuesday morning Sutton, 49, will be held Friday alt ; The final home of the
was in Fernandina various selections, presented by game season -
I over the weekend as guest of Lon I Hospital in the at University Gainesville,of after Florida ar t 11 a.m. at Yulee Baptist Church,,, :: each class and organization, will Jaycees Sponsor Commission And Preston At VarianceOn i I along with being a Keystone
with the Rev. F. A. Picker II IIi
While I pas. Conference coolest, should add
home. i to
nie Pope at his beach extended illness. l be judged on theme, originality, I liT For Tots" j
I
tor: officiating. Interment will oys the entire .
here, Vandiver and several othei : and presentation. 1 i i program.WWW
He was a member of Memorial follow in Bello ,, .L .. I
Bosque Cemetery
For Civil DefenseThe
prominent Georgians, Judges Robert : Mar For City's Needy i iI' Spending Policy
Methodist Church, a member ol 'I Mr. Sutton died Tuesday afternoon .: i The Pirate team sponsors, I; The Pirates can't
Jordan and Robert Russell just seem to
and
Brewton Bobbi Becton,
I gie I III : ,
of Rotary Club of Fernandina in Humphreys Memorial]l The annual Jaycee "Toys forTots" match the Starke Tornadoe .1\'ho
of the Georgia Court Appeals
Beach, and a past president of the brief illness,,. Gail McKendree will I' Nassau County Commission -: The Commission wound up the I
Duncan and Willis I Hospital following a accompanI. drive for old and used repairable ) continue their victory each
Clarke (Sonny) year
Fernandina Beach.Yulee II the queen, her court meeting Wednesday in regular discussion by ordering payment of
Cham' -
,
Harden of the Georgia High II He was a native of Rochelle, 1 1'I toys is on for Christmas :over Fernandina Beach. This
; cesses Friday afternoon in the session let it be Preston's but ;
ber Commerce. ; I monthly recent purchases
of
Board and Charles Smith oi Ga., moving to Fernandina Bead of 1963. I year it was to the tune of 13-0
way Homecoming Parade to begin at i known that spending of : tabled for the i
1 county a request purchaseof
He had in Fernandins in 1938 and later making hi
liyed The first Tornado touchdowncame
the
the Georgia General Assembly 'I John Wilsher, chairman of
I : 4:30 at the junior high school. I funds for have
; : equipment must additional equipment. j I
I I
I enjoyed the incomparable loca! Beach for eight years, moving' home in Yule He was a mem three "Toys for Tots" program said ; i in the first quarter on a
(Continued on page ) the approval of the Commission.The I
here j ber of' the Yulee Church,. Preston's office has a budgetof
seafood at the Sandbar, the FlorIdaGeorgia from Lake City. He was Baptist i that the Jaycees will paint and I 45-yard scamper by Leonard
I action discussion
football game anc owner of Hiers Concrete Co., Inc, I He was employed RayonierInc. repair the toys. The toys will came following $17,000 for the current fiscal : Dugger and the second score
golfing on the local links. (Continued on Page Three) as a steam 'clerk and had Residents' Father I then become Christmas gifts for !i Walter purchases Preston, made civil by Col.defense .' year as approved by the Commission. -I came in the fourth period on a
county ..
been with the Fernandina Division : needy children in the Fernandina I I 4-yard run by Dugger.
director. it
The ,
since its cbMti' fion. II purchases In other business the'Commis.. (Continued On Two
,I Beach area chosen from the rolls I Page )
Vandiver, Russell and Jordan Directors To Tour He fs survived(i>y his widow, Dies Thursday I ** cc"L* "rches, and Welfare -: was revealed, were made without' sion awarded a contract to Ring
the of the
were high in their praise of Pro. I Elizabeth; four children, George, Department. i knowledge or approval Power Corp., to furnish a motor
. Ed Mattson's greenske.eping ability Jr., Joel, Sheila and Barbara, : Commissioners. for "Christmas
grader county use. Ring's bid Magic"
and said there were no better Georgia Florida I Yulee; his father B,, C. Sutton, in Tacoma, Wash. :! Wilsher said, "If you have i Preston cited that he felt his : was $15,912.
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% in Atlanta. They all predicted : ;toys that are repairable please position should carry a certain
greens Rochelle, Ga.Tfour; brothers, B. : I (Continued on Page Six)
that with the new irriga :, call me at 2G1-4174. [ amount of responsibility and that Lighting Contest Set
Holdings (Continued on page three) i George B. McClellan, 70, was
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Rayonier -- ---
tion system being installed, the< I I interred in the Mountain View he should be allowed to purchase
local links will be well on the way certain surplus government items Docket Set
: in Tacoma, Washington -Group Petitions Heavy ClubAlong
Cemetery
., Mrs. Jappie Wilson By Magnolia
'when
to becoming one of the outstanding "Fernandina Beach, Florida,, ; Monday afternoon following they are a bargain so that !
, the Southeast. November 14 A visit : the opportunity would not be lobt.
in one-day
courses ; Native Of Nassau j funeral services held at the
Mattson and I played golf with),, to Fernandina Beach by the: Mountain View Funeral Home. i City Commissioni It was agreed by the Commission For Circuit Court; with the usual traditionsof
the three Georgians on Saturday : Board of Directors. of Rayoniei ; Dies ,I In New Smyrna i I( that in an emergency certain Christmas, something new and
morning and Vandiver quickly let, ; Incorporated is scheduled next, I J Father D. A.. Darwi Blomgrem : purchases might be necessary* All especially bright and cheerful

I it be known all. his ability did notI' .Thursday. While here the Rayonier .: Mrs. Japoie McClellan Wilson,j officiated.I. Erosion'Qbl. I Qther purchases, they. reiterated.,. Assault To Arson .,j jf I will be dtda te jpferwynaj itFertandina
rest in the political and legal | Directors will tour the corn,,83, died Tuesday/ November 5,I It I .. }IcCiellan_ died. Thursday S "* must be appfove'd.Arthur .- "* ,I .. Beach 'this fear, .
field The two- Judges,**having | pany'ar.k'enianddlnaBeaeh1Iu; !t r in'-'NeV ...Smyrna Beacn where I. in Tacoma, Washington. He is \ -Meeting in regular bi-monthly I Judge :..Albert Graessle, who"AvilJ :, "Christmas' Magic" is'the lighting .
T I' never seen me play, thought that..Iand I Its tree seedling nursery al', t she made her home. i survived by his son, .J, D. Mc- i session Wednesday evening, city ; Mourns be on th; bench here next week, ; and Christmas decoration
the three of us would.be a mater Yulee. She was born in Chester, a I Clellan of Fernandina Beach and :! commissioners disposed of several I I will face' a heavy docket of criminal -i contest to be sponsored by the
t for Vandiver and Mattson. Aboul;'I Bryan Rauschert, Resident Manager .. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. I daughters, Mrs. Mary Maddox routine matters and listened to a Loss Of Ox Hat cases in the first court of the I Florida Public Utilities Companyand
the only thing Vandiy'er left me I ':I of Mill Operations here, sale I McClellan. I II and Mrs. T. W. Jones of Yulee. !1 Detition by a number of North I I fall term of Circuit Court. I I'I organized by the Magnolia

with, not including my pride, wen I the 12-member group planned U I She is survived by two sisters,i iL He worked vat ship yards in ;i Fletcher Ave. residents relative i I Passed For Ox No. 2. i iI The docket is considered the I Garden Club.

I my clubs and those only in case ]J: I' look at both the Fernandim L one, Mrs. George Lowe of Fer Yulee and Jacksonville during I to the beach erosion problem. I I Most everyone on Amelia Island I'I heaviest in quite some time, with In addition to the enjoymentof
regained enough courage for a rematch ., Beach and Jesup, Georgia, Mills,, nandina Beach; a brother; five his residence in Florida. He wasa First on the agenda was the i is acquainted with the ox I f cases ranging from aggravated decorating. and the beautyonce
in the future. All was not': I as well as forestry operations ir:I daughters and two sons; several II member of the Catholic Church.I granting of a license to Jackson'sMinit i and cart driven so long, by "Ar!! assault to forgery and arson. the decorations are finish.
I completely lost, however, as Flor. Florida and Georgia, during it:II grandchildren: and great-grand i Other survivors include: three I, Markets at 401 South 8th I thur the Ox Man," as he is known. i iI t 'Thos. J. Shave, Jr., assistant ed, the participants will have
: Ida did wallop Georgia in th< ;'week.long stay in the South. I children; and a vnnmber, .of nieces 'other sons, Clark McClellan, and i St., for sale of beer and wine foroffpremise i ii ;I Well, Friday Arthur's ox died i: state attorney, will handle the I further motivation to compete. A
(Continued on page two) Rauschert explained that th! and nephews. <'v' l. 1 Dennis- McClellan both of Ta- consumption. and he was left alone. I i tate's cases.Mercury total of nine prizes will be given
tour will be in connection with a L Funeral was held at Settle- 1 coma, Washington, and Dow Mc I A warranty deed for road right- Doris De'Garmo and Mrs. Lee I I Kavouklis, newly appointed by the Florida Public Utilitie3
regularly scheduled business s Wilder Funeral Home jn New I Clellan of Nashville, Tennessee; of-ways in Georgia's Fernandina Morgan have taken the .first step I I Public Defender, is also i iI (Continued! on page two)
District Governor meeting, to be held Tuesday al Smyrna last Thursday at 2 p.m. four sisters, Miss Ida McClellan,1 Beach Subdivision was accepted to rectify the problem. They have I expected to be active during the !
Jacksonville. Interment was i in New Smyrna' Miss Ada McClellan, Mrs. Clark j from the Fernandina Beach Improvement started to pass the hat for ox week as a number of the alleged': Mrs.
Leona
(Continued, on page six) Cemetery. .I, : Smith, Miss Maude McClellan, I Corp. A discussion on I number two for Arthur. offenders are considered unable McCarthy
k To Visit Local all of Anna, Illinois; fifteen I advertising at the upcoming Contributers interested in Ar- to secure counsel { Funeral MondayFuneral
'I grandchildren, and 2 great grand I World's Fair was held but no action -I thur's cause are asked to call or I Court will open Monday morning -
dub \ Episcopal Women In Flurry of.Activity children. was taken. drop by the Billy-T on South 8th I I and is expected to continue I' for Mrs. Leona M. McCarthy .
Rotary Gatchelwas St. through Friday.
City Manager David i 66, mother of Mrs. Mary
i, authorized to advertise for Jones and Mrs. Elizabeth Sttll-
Philip A. Sargent, Governor 01 For Annual Smorgasbord Saturday Nightt Fire Destroys bids on 500 feet of fire hose. For! well of Fernandina Beach, .* iJs
j District 694 of Rotary Interna full information, the public notice American Education Week held Monday ,at 2 p.m. in .1I*il.
tional, will pay an official visi BY MARY EVELYN WOOD Wonder how many can con- Frank Wilder Home 'I' will be found on page 3 of this bronn Springs Baptist Church
) to the Fernandina Beach Rotar;r Descriptive of Whitney Hall''ceive the scope of planning, activity -: issue. November 10-16 near Starke. Rev. Harris T uch.
Club next Wednesday at the reg- this week, is a wooden beehivewith I and work that goes into I (Continued on page six) ton officiated, assisted by Rev.
Education A Right and A
ular weekly luncheon meeting. two legged, 5.foot bees (no, 'the weeks and hours before the At Nassauville ------ Responsibilityof Harvey. Interment was in Dlal
I I'm not from Texas), but have I burst of beauty and food is opened FBHS Dance Band BY LINDA CRAFT the problem and help with Cemetery.Mrs. .
: ; just had a behind-the-scene preview | to the public. The gratifying homeof j' On Back in 1921, members of the some solution. Later, the U. S. I McCarthy passed away
To
bedroom frame
The two Appear I
of for the 15th is the spirit found where.
I I'l preparations aspect National Education Associationand Office of Education and the National last Saturday in a Jacksonville
l Annual Smorgasbord sponsoredby ver you find the bees at work. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilder of Midday TV ShowThe the newly organized American Congress of Parents and Hospital.
fire
the Episcopal Church Women. You get the impression they are Nassauville was destroyed by Legion were astonished at I Teachers joined as additional She is survived by another
I I The Elementary Cafetorium celebrating and enjoying the occasion Wednesday evening while the Fernandina Beach High the vast numbers of illiterate and I sponsors.It daughter in Rogersville, Tenn.;
I : doors swing open to hungry appetites as much as those who will family was away from home. School Dance Band will provide physically unfit Americans. They is no longer 1921, but the I three sisters; two brother and
at 6 p.m. Saturday even partake of their labors. The fire was discovered by Mrs. advance publicity for the countywide : originated American Education problems still exist, and American 112 grandchildren.
ing, Nov. 16th. (Continued on page two) Robert Little, nearby neighbor, student talent show to be Week with the hope that other Education Week, which began Oxley Mortuary was in charge
wlin iTnmo.1if-01r. stiTnmnnpd Wihi.efrornachchrneigearbyI presented November 20-30 under
w ,'I the sponsorship of the Fernandina ,:i if ( ) -.- --
I and the Yulee Fire Dept. which I f Beach Band Parents' Assn., when i arrangements.F
was unable to save any portion of t. they appear on a Jacksonville TV |i aj'' i
station Monday.The .
the building or its contents. I
( Mrs. Wilder and their four chil-! Dance Band, directed by' : S .5..,,, .::4,; .
..( Jonathan Hill, and accompanied !
dien, two girls, ages 1 and 8, and I I
will
07 Harry Poole as spokesman, I
two boys, 5 and 6, were spending
the evening at a relatives home. I'I appear on the Midday Program at
I' 1 p.m. on Channel 4 TV. : ,
I The Wilder family had just returned - -- /
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Fernandina Beach about _ _
to I Tons Pulp r.ftv
: I 12750
13 weeks ago after spending a I II
year in Virginia where he was employed. Leave Rayonier I I

I lcT I their. He return.Crackdown has been. unemployedsince !I Docks This WeekSome I

I 2750 tons of pulp left
Philip A. Sargent Rayonier Inc. this ,week bound
BeginsOn I
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Sargent is a native of Winche- for foreign ports.A .
don, Mass., where he was born '- .. f; j .. I Traffic Offenders total 1650 tons was bound for I

July 6, 1907 He moved to NashI.I .tl \ Chief ParkerPolice the Far East aboard the S. S. Al- I
ua, New Hampshire, in 1920, and \ Says I coa Voyager, with 1100 tons leaving -
later attended Syracuse Univer VI I for Europe on the S. S. American
Chief J. R. Parker warn 4
I
At Syracuse he was a member : Packer. I I y
sity. that
ed local motorists this week
fraternity. I II II 1 __ ,- S ** 2 '_ h4 ,. I.54MS.54e1
of Psi Upsilon I his is beginning a I i + 7 /S/A .9
department ,4 /
(Continued on page three) | :& ( crackdown on traffic violators. Fishing Trip Here I II I, / A/24; 7 ,1 4

Parker said that not only will i I Ends In Tragedy T-t _

Fernandina Beach speeding, failure to observe stop.I A tragic ending to a fishing i iI I II -

WeatherU. cited signs,,but and that other warning infractions tickets will be I i trip Saturday in Nassau when County Yancy came W. Kirkland last-II III I II I HERE FOR A BREATH OF FRESH SALT AIR, some of the incomparable seafood

S. Approved Weather Station I be given cars without proper.j[ 61, of Jacksonville was I Ii served on Amelia Island and the Georgia Florida football game were a number of.
South 7th At Lime StreetLewis j t mufflers or lights. i stricken on his way home and i i Georgia dignitaries over the weekend. In the group as guests of Lonnie Pope, executive

Nolan Cooperative Observer Min. Rain : The tickets, he noted, must be died of an apparent heart attack.I assistant to the Georgia Highway Board, at his beach home here were Ernest
Thurs., Nov. 7 Max 77 55 0 Iihr returned in 48 hours, and if the I Full details were not available, !I Vandiver, former Georgia Governor and rated a cinch to repeat in that state's next
Fri., Nov. S 78 45 0 violation recurs, citations will be I however, Mr. Kirkland was a vet- j t gubernatorial race, Judges Robert Russell and Robert Jordan of the Georgia Court of

Sat., Nov. 9 71 49 0 I issued. I eran Seaboard Airline Railway !! Appeals, Clarke (Sonny) Duncan and Willis Harden, member of the Georgia Highway
Sun., Nov. 10 68 60 .91 DR. JOHN FISHER stated possibility of sending an- He asked that the public be r conductor and had made his home :I Board and Charles Smith, member of the Georgia General Assembly. The group,
Mon., Nov. 11 69 62 .03 other "HOPE" hospital ship to South America, in his urged to cooperate in the effortto :! in Jackksonville for 40 years. along with local friends, enjoyed a dinner at the Sandbar Friday night. Seated, left
67 52 0I at the November meeting of the Fernandina Beach make city streets safer for Funeral was held Monday at the I'I
Tuesn No. 12 speech j Harden Jordan Vandiver, Pope and Russell Standing, !left to right, Ray
& to right, ,
of his recent tour of and Riverside Ave. Christian Church, .
Wed., Nov. 13 68. 40 0 I Woman's Club. He showed slides motorists, cyclists pedestriansas and W H. Melton.I' -
Duncan
is furnished courteiJriortta in well Jacksonville, _,. Caldwell, Smith,
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.. Two j.jtWaVAtndiBa{ { | \ Beach, Florida Thursday, November 14, Members Pirates r fed! to Dugger on the Starke 40)I'' e da Tyscn pus on the Starke 6 I Steve Beckett intercepting a pass I 1 1I

I To Meet and. he was nailed in his track t I to end the Fernandina" threat. i, and running the ball to the 1

I. .e FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER i 'Hope' At (Continued from Page One) i, Dy Mike hkull: The Pirate' defense stood upi Starke 36 to give the Pirates an-
-- -S.- I The Pirate defense held with i i at this point and Starke punted ': other chance at crossing the goal- ,
511 ASH STREET; PHONES ses 268 I TheNotion Meefijig Chip Wood kicked off to open
.., j the with: : I Curtis McCcrsJey aaf .Beryl' Rice t to Noblea on the Fernandina 20 line, bat, the Pirates could not
.:. A John K. ?erry Newspaper : !, chairman ot the the kick game on the 20 Dugger and rcturninj Ukipg;. making key tackles tad Elder, and he returned to the Pirate 37. : pick up b tt 5 yards in four tries

Rjr OldMell, Editor ami! .ManairNATIONAI Counter :: County Chapter j & Pfo- it to the Starke 44 where Pee Wee; punted to the Fernandina 14 yard| Schomas lost a yard ,before Tyson and Starke took over just beL.e

BY PAUL WARWICK and J. E. Weatherford, Nobles made the stop. Dugger; line.. Ned Tyson ran far 5, Wood tossed to Wood for 9, then the e4 of the ?aJfte.

-: EDITORIAL of the Jacksonvjl& Ex made 7 yards in two carries, but added 3 and Wayne Arnold' made, Schomas made a first down! oni.I Mike Pftula, Beryl Rice, Barry

.... I...., .. 0 Committee, a'terx&d an an Elder pass to Dugger was incomplete a first down on the Pirate 25. the Starke 32, but the Starke defense -' Rice, Gettrgc Sheffield, Butch
t;,,, rA CGTlaN' Long ao, in an | Schomas made then two and stood at this point and
1" "1 .s 0 J I i i[ committee meeting of and Robert Nelson L one up Williams, Jerry Beard, Curtis
\l'OC'IA'\oi- I Y-i! moment, some sage gave out Tyson failed which made fjnal'y took possession of the
Hope Organization punted to Nobles! on the Pirate' to gain McCorsley; Chip! Wood, Pee Wee
..p.. 1,1-1V1 !L : oninion that you can't I I night, November 11, at !I(115 and he returned to the! 20. Wood punt out-of-bounds on the ball on their own 37. The first Nobles and Benny Alvaret made
ABC AUDITED PAID CUMULATION silk purse out of a sow's Starke 36.George !half: ended with Starke in control
i: '('r Hotel in Jackson- Nobles! made 2 yards in two tries the most -tacklt for the Piratesin
Published every Thursday and entered at the Post Office Modern science has perhaps j before R.chard: Schcmas: added Seeiey ran for 9 yards on the Fernandina 43 yard line. (II the defessive efforts againstthe

Fernandina Beach Florida it second class mail matter. ready made a monkey out of i Bowen, of Jfdsonr'lk. two on the third try. Wood punt- and Dugger made one for a first The second' Urke touchdown' Tornadoes.
Subscription Bates: predictor but the -- --- down the Fernar.dina 45 came after Wood punted to the:
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chairman and Ned Tyson, Wayne ,
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year -
months 3 Months
$1.25 ton that is
1 taking place !
this point Dugger rccjd around Tornado 4yard line. Elder
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PeeWee Nftfes, Chip Wood and
rafsi"
'ii: __ $4 50 a year-out-of-county-- I day and every- season in I: ci'ed the propre'3.possiblity Bo-of MARINA LOG end the entire 45 yards and'the made a first dowl: on the Fer- Richard Sctamas did the most

: I dma Beach is even more i I former President D\rVh* touchdown. The extra point attempt nandina 43_ and. a_ fumble en theo offensive work for the Pirates.
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} .. Three Arrested Just Ramblin'Continued able.Much as the speaker at the by Frik was not good and may caused the ball to roll to -- -
I of the natural beau y ; banquet. Starke led, 6-0. the Pirate 15 where the Tornadoes -

: eyes feast upon around this -' On the ; k'c\off! Wood recovered. Dugger ran for Woish
:,For Breaking and ( from Page One) i munity is coming straight : S.nations Hope, a hospital ship / returned 12 enoumsr yards from the Pirate 12 to the Pirate 4, then went I

Gator Bow) at the annual gridiron : the garbage we throw away. i! donations supported of American en 'I 30. Nobles ran for 5 yards, over for the touchdown. Frick "Living Words"

Entering In HilliardWeston grudge battle. Out at what most of us I sails for Ecuador: from p Schomas 2, Tyson 2 and Wood : kicked the extra point and the

as the garbage disposal : on November 23th for punted out.of.bounds on the ,, score stood, 130.Fernandina November 17 thru
There've been far too many but which: is more properly '! doctors aboard the I Starke 17.Starke ; battled away with November 22
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Shepard of Folkston, wrecks, although mostly minor, I the sewage treatment plant, : without i was moving down field
: Ga., Harry McClellan of Deland in the city recently and Pplic Beard and his hard-working : County pay of to the Fernandina 45 when Benny at 7:10 A.M. Sundaysand

and Ted Crews of Folkston, Ga., Chief Parker says that his de. ; league are helping to fill has obtalne4 Chapter the in : Alvarez intercepted a Brad. 6:39031.. Weekdays
I I were arrested Thursday, Novem. partment is beginning a crack municipal: : scenes with lov ': 21 that wish to Boats docking at the new City'farina ford pass on the 45 to give?; the FREE I withRey.:
ber 7 by the Folkston Pol-ce De. down. Bette ease up on the ac. Jim Beard, director of : movie groups made during the past week wereas Pirates the ball. On the first play
to partment on a charge pf breakin? celeratcr, stop on the proper signs : works of Fernandina Beach, I II recent stay by in Prpj Peru.J ?' t. follows, with the name of the I Arnold raced to the Starke !* i J. T. Dunnam

: and entering; the..Phillips 66 gal or signals and also see that your I well as city engineer' has owner, his address and the lengthof yard line for the best run of the TURKEY Pastor of the First Baptist:
station south ofHilliard: and thj, I car has proper lights and muf. tn up-to-date nursery going boat listed i in that sentience i night for the Pirates. Tyson Church in Pernindina

Red Pig Restaurant, north of Hil. flers. Such precautions just might there for the past five years 1 t J Hiers Dies Rusty Rosie V, H. D. Fustiana, 1 tossed a pass intended for Scho- on .
: liard. j i save iOU a trip to city court and 'I all of us are the Ludington, Mich., 41 feet i mas which was incomplete. Arnold SEEMATHER {
A* a result of the Hilliard in. 1 I a fine. '' The nursery at the sew (; ( from Page One) Indigo: S. K. Wellman, Cleve-i rammed for 6 to the Starke Powerful t
tigation, two men allegedly R treatment plant deals almost I Ii land, Ohio, 43 feet !8 yard line, but Fernandina drewa
Channel 12
: i j'plved'ith Shtpatf 1 in the recent 'Operation Minors" is gaining clusively with evergreens I i by his widow, Small World, M. Mae Schwebel, 15 yard peualt/! put the ballon : \
I break-in and safe stealing a{ momentum throughout the state it is from that source that Rumph fliers;' his. White Plains, N. Y., 55 feet. < the 23. Tyson tossed to Nobles -
Ft. :,. Clinco State, Park Matthew I 1 I and youngsters who seek to mul. i I all the new plants we see : Mrs. Carrie HITS of : Leisure, A. L Young, New 1 good for three yards to the WFGATVJacksonville

: Hickox, Jr., and J. D. Spcnce, ate their elders in the consumption -, ing in our park and along i a sister, Mrs. Deloris. I York, N. Y., 38 feet. !Starke 20, then Starke interc pt- I \
both of Folkston; uaV were appre. I of alcoholic beverages should city thoroughfares: Japanese i Jacksonville; fiv. Jenial, J. A. Sharper, New York, --- --- "
S hended. 'take uarnmsr. What many fail to1* boxwood, iigustrum, i F, L. Hiers and L. V. N. Y. -

The three realize is that the pyracantha and other : : )Jnny, V. E. Il'ers Sally, M., J. Z. Paulell, Phi'a-! ,' '; ,
involved in the of )
men possession ;; H 1 "' A'U' !
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Hilliard break-in' are under $1000 alcoho'ic beverages by anyone under :'I' indigenuous and otherwise, [ : Hiers, Jacksonville, delphia. Penn., 57 feet. T v&x Jt ,,,...,\w. "" _'ujf., 'J
: bail and Crews is out on bond. I j' age 21 begins a criminal re- I'', make our landscape more : Hiers, Ormond Beach; Slim Bud J. Goldstein, Fort Lee, -. f-:
;
-. Sheriff H. J. 'Tpyngblood said I cord that may well follow such ::: tive to the vision. of nieces and ne- N. J., 48 feet. yOUR -t- .-- -'. ---
that in addition to $10.03 in cash, : an offender for the rest of hi) I'!I Jim Beard who also is i! ; Lady Marine, L Grossman, DOES ; 4
TTie thieves" life. Not is fine [ j -ar rs were Ralph ; Freeport, N. Y. 37 feet. .
alleged got away with,J I only a or imprisonment :, handy man with a STUTTER
C quarts of oil, $4.00 from the i a possibility but such an : fish fry and hush puppies, i Brown, Rov Brown, Crrene W. H. Bohen, St. Augustine ENGINE .

I drink machine.... |1.50tworth: of ; arrest may well bar the offender cidentally shows a : David Rivers R. N. Y., 15 feet.
crackers 1 oi ,poutjme guitar, ;1 from college. The same holds true hearted and justifiable ( R. N. Alday and Emer- Thunderhead IV, W. E. Kelsey JERK FALTER, 'r

and a translator, radip' from the for military service and especially' iasm in the products of the Jr., Stratford, Conn., 40 feet. MOTOR
: gas station. officer candidate school. Y oungs- :t: green nursery he has been J pallbearers were Dr. Moneeka, A. Janson, Toledo, OR STALL?

"Some small ctang was stolen I ters should think twice before ;,ervising for our eye.filling II: Edwin G. Fraser, : Ohio, 36 feet ,
from the ca register in the Red' they try to impress their associates -,' fit. I Grady Coekran.I I Jung Fran Catsman Corp., GET A I
: Pij; Restaura; ," the. sheriff con with their flagrant dire- 1 At present, with even I I j John Gresorv, ( lyn i, Flint Mich, 56 feet. Ii TUNE-UP

: tinued. ; gard of the law. And last, but i 1 ambitious plans in the offing, D. Cook, X. L. Lindsay, S' ga. Saga Marine Corp., New .,.
-- ------ -- Isabelle, Charles De- York N. Y.
52 feet
not least, they are subjecting the |! nursery at the plant occupies ,
.I dealer from whom the beverage : corner approximately 100 by Preston Yotlkev.I Lazy Lady F. Bemdt, Jr., GIou-:

was secured with the loss of hh feet, where the tiny plants I requested that I, ster, Mass., 57 feet. ; i
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: Torture license and the subsequent loss of : nurtured from horticultural : omitted and that me Munil, J. S. Brenner, Engle- :

livelihood for his family. i ii hood into hardy specimens ; sent to Leukemia So- wood, N. J., 46 feet : : 4r

: to take their places in our I!I Congress Building, Mi- Beverly III, F, P. Thomas, IV, *
: Test I I and on our streefs and live j ; attention of J. W. :i Delray, Fla' 36 feet. ;

... i Episcopal Women i geous lives of their own. i' Fund. All fund Rose I, Harr Kuhn, Ocean City, t U
in leukemia research
N. J. 35 feetChurodabo
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says nursery I'
; :Downtown Gulf (Continued from Page One) '!boasts some 500 to 600 1 .. of Florida Me- .; Bob Schuz, Toledo :;'.. any six tk' 4
t! ulants but he says the I Ohio, 31 feet cylinder carf J

.. -....'O.. Tuesday, about a dozen of i I's somewhat afraid to turn l Coleen Too, F. Gray, Montreal, U '
them were in Whitney Hall, cooking loose yet, because they Fire I' Canada, 41 feet I : any eight. ) '
peeling and de-veining over need supplies of water that Wanderer II, J. Hogan, Pompano i 888 cylinder car_ .
: 100 lbs of shrimp which go into city is not able to furnish. Beach, Fla., 35 feet. I
NEW HOME the marinating and I Nina R. S. Steinhofer .: 'Parts extra if needed
sauce refrigerated All the plants grown at In City N. Y.,
the 3 to 4 N. Y. 30 feet.
days ,
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toj i city nursery are used on I'j ,
: FOR SALE reach the degree of perfection i property and are set out We Two, H. Earnest, Border- (

required by serving time. Wed i city employes, except in some October town, N. J., 33 feet.
I : ONLY nesday was spent preparing meat I II !I stances, garden clubs for exa : Pina Fore, J. C. Hienster, Mar- : WE DO ALL
balls, cot fish balls, onion :I' blehead N. J. 31 ; THIS.NI
feet.
I }her, in which the recipients I month of October : ,
E E:: v $115.60 J t pickled! beets, e'c., that rings'l to use them if or beautification! Beach Fired De- La' Petree :Maj.: Norman, Jekyll, :
... the tasty*appetizers ,an4 slice land Georgia, 25 feet
*" I ome specific of city total. 9 :
I I __ / DOWN oeuvres, ahead of the :.pourmit.! which they have taken a the city a and one,p'f,out Araga, Illinois Tool Works "i 0 Clean and adjust ;. "f 0. Check cc1'1 and
dishes including tuikey, dressingand I *
Toronto 112 feet
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I interestOpe
E : PAUL C. BURNS gravy, baked ham, all kindsof big item in the :i i three fires jn Jinifay, M.\ Christopher, New t spark plugs 'condenser .
seafood casseroles, fish molds, York N. Y. 60 feet
,
PHONE 261-3606 ing at the in brush
nursery
program
I or
grass ,
p jellied salads, potato salad, wal- I organite a powerful life- I a vehicle. In three Pacemaker, C. P. Lek and Son :: Clean and. 0 -'

dorf salad conserves and a wide ing substance that comes the fire was out Inc., Lower Bank, N. J., 43 feet. Check generatorand
I variety of desserts accompaniedby the sludge that sewage begets. of the firemen. Mal Sam, Sam Leckey, Miami, t' set points voltage
all the coifee you can drink. Jim after Fla., 40 feelKay.Bob. ,
f The sludge, says no person injured
: FOR YOURHEATING The early preparations wjileave i I removable solids have been fire and the fire Joss H. A. Boich, Freepor, Set timing regulator

: time Friday and Saturday ;t nensed with, are put into a totals an estimated N. Y., 43 feetRobertshaw f
I to clean stuff and bake the i
I ; which VI, Robes tshaw
gester completes .,500 worth of
I .. turkey, hams and all the tre- proper.. J: ') ;0
work of disintegration and the city was destroyed Controls Co., Richmond Va., 53 Adjust carburetor 0 Check battery
: j I tremendous amount of last min- j for feet. .. .
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the organite; ready use '' '
: NEEDS 1 I the month. i "'''\.: ?' : ft\'!' : ; ''!rI'' .;,,, ..
:. ute dishes, each a specialty of ; from four to six weeks. 11 fireman at. Genss Folly, Gene Olmi, Fort f- ;::'ft '"" ". '

someone. ': The digeter; is a noble and : fire, with the largest., Lauderdale, Fla, 37 feet I!
: : SEE Working separately, but just i Jim
| ficient contrivance, says at any one fire being 'ir' I
as diligently as the food committees three items it is
: cept for smallest:? 7. Call For Helo .
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silver etc. is
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wrappers : unab'e! to digest. These three the fires 400 v -
-MATHEK a large group of decorators, who' Orange seed, which come hose was used at Beats DeadlineIt .i : n
:! the'
spend hours transforming
ready to grow an orange tree, ; 3000 feet of 2ft inch being- press day and long part .1 h
: : YOUR DEALER FOR building into a picture of flowering you wish; tomato seed and at two fires, 300 our deadline, a request fpr an ad

beauty transmitting more of all things, filter tips inch hose on two in this issue cme too late, but
DUOTHERMf than a touch of Fa 1 no>taJ&ia !
j ; cigarettes. fire was put out due to the urgency of the voce,
md furnishing the guests a won-
f : BOSS I ierful atmosphere to enjoy the : ---- fire extinguisher. the fact that the temperature is '
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consideraby: lower than wp hive I _
iOod and "Christmas
fellowship.
E TEMCOATLANTA ,, Magic" "en enjoying of late and that a
I I hope you have your ticket .
"dog is man's best friend" and
J Reports from ticket chairman,
j : STOVE j Jetsy Stewart, sound like an 1 (Continued from Page One) Meeting more often than not vice versa,

''aarly sellout Company in four separate Nov. 21 we make this appeal.
\. .- Co. 'of decoration. Anyone in the vicinity of 307 J
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.. South 17th St. who has seen or
j ... There will be one class designated president of the
the "Commercial") Class.It Vnows the whereabouts of a cute
I as I
I I (I ii J II It iI1i1( !Ii H rI i in i'' iiiI1ift1JiJ will include window Beach Golf Associa- little 5 months-old, black and

\ I with Christmas arrangements decorations I of today that that is a rht pekinese pupnv who i i' athi'.d's L : r *L' 1
group "
I ... ; and themes carried out pet (or more than one child
Nov. 21.
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from the onnd of the excited
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the Fernandina Beach merchants.Entry '
be to'
: : 1 presented mother the ,
! ways and doors will the recent club cham- voices helping on
, [ 'decorated and lighted by and phone). nlea 0 contact Mrs. Carson I
] a discussion
| residents of Fernandina at 2613355.
the .
I I.E ( : ous to enter the second category. on proposed for jw the It's cold and the little felh'needs 1

As with the first two classes ', to be home with his family,

. S E 4'g ; two prizes will go to the tourney chairman, (or hers, whichever.) W. I. DC nOSE, MASTER MECHANIC ?'S AN EXPERT IN THE ISE OF OUR

. I \ best and most beautifully lighte4 the current handi- MODERN AND EFFICIENT TESTING EQUPMENT
: 11111W1[ _f \\ outdoor Christmas trees of the i is being ex'er.ded two Methodist Circle

L r rS 3rd class. i j many golfers have -
\ The fourth and final class will Meets Monday At
the
to play
required
: be divided into three sub-classes : Anderson HomeThe -& Tirefone. NEW TREADS

each to win a prize. The General
Outdoor Scene category may next activity is a Anne Browji Circle of !tj. APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES

. aS. be of religious nature., modern, or traditional be a on mixed Slndai two-ball, Nov. morial November) Methodist 11 with Church:Mrs. met' T. W.ri (4L= \, WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE

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0. 0' f Anderson. Eleven
Judging for the "Christmas members. and I Harrow or Wide Design, !.
I Magic" contest will take placeone one visitor were welcomed by Ii Tubeless or TUbe-
pe
DON'T' HISITATE-Come Right In evening during Christmas At." Mrs.! Fred Bond. chairman. ,. 4 for
The Spiritual Life ,
week. The specific date is to be l To program
: announced. Prizes will be on display riven by Mrs. Bond. was enti'l.d. I Our New Treads, identified by Medallion and slop) park vt
: the first week in Decemberat LaMottes "Peace With God." Mrs. Bert I GUARANTEED 4 9
lending is business I 1. Ar iat defects 1 fa vortaaukip l uJ
money our and you Public Maxwell gave the Missionary E4u- miUritU fo-faf lift of tmi
the Florida Utilities I 2. Aniait nonul md fcutnU (except reptlnU pautsra) eaceva 4 9
I : shouldn't! even feel that you are asking us a Night} Suppej:,will cation program, "Anti-America' ten i erendiy tux&m or tie for i: nocUu.
: favor when you inquire about a PersonalS Co.Chairman of the "Christmas Hdrof/the Um and American Missionaries," 1kp1ucmn.c.at U.* of adjuttacat.?rente4 m tm4 wear wi ku 4 .i Jfet yrfct* amat
Magic" committee of the Mag- ChurcJH&n! Members were reminded of the
loan. Plus tax and 4 trade-In fires'FREE
WSCS meeting November 23
nolia Garden Club is Mrs. Robert !, Novemb'\J9, on "- -
M. White. Her committee includes and Mrs Joh ,,}I. at 10 a.m., with the program entitled -
and talk ;
Stop in over your needs anytime. ; Mrs. Robert Gray, Mrs. mission "You Are Christ-Called.." GAR SAFETY
Many urgent moneyproblems have I the vis Seven visits were reported for the
a way I Joe Stubits, Mrs. Jack;: Vann, Congo,
I of ending the moment you step through our Mrs. R. J. Weinaug Jr., J. D. on leave month.
II front door.LLOR1DA ''Daugherty, and Carson McKen- be served at 6O. Following routine reports,
j' Rev LaMotte will Thanksgiving projects were dis-

:'dree.All merchants, residents and films of their work cussed and planned. I I

National Bank others interested are urged to The meeting was dismissed 1= BEACH SUPPLY
compete for the prizes and make are urged to be with the circle benediction.Pros .

. their children,tand
: .M tt M I"1"'< ***MIIMM Fernandina Beach even prettier I I
: at Ftrnaiulina leech at Christmas '63. a covered dis11-- and Cons
You can count on it the only
a ,I child who acts: like people who listen to both sides of 1 118 Atlantic Ayenue Phone 261-4482
MLa IIO_ QS7 .isN Trade I the neighbors. ..
aI !I At Home belongs to a neigh- an argument are "
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District GovernorContinued Fire Department Enjoys Annual Dinner [I lDr. Woolsey Talks -News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday,,November.- 14, 1963 Page Three i

and last until 1:00 at the Recreation j
( From Page One) FOLLOWTHRUI 7', 7 MB4 4 N F' Yip On ResuscitationRotary Young DemocratsReActivate Gala FBHS Center. Homecoming is under I
:]tcy.
the direction of the senior class
In 1930 he was married to Ma ; Ae 11 I IN4
deline Moran and they have two b ( a4 '''' At Meet : For (Continued from Page One) and the student council. Sponsors: j:
sons, Eaton Dudley and Philip Y'kw for the senior class are: Mrs. Elise
Thomas. He was associated with r 9 The Homecoming royalty is to!(La Taille, Miss Eloise Minton, j
the White Mountain Freezer Co. BY PAUL WARWICK I Coming Elections ride in open convertibles. Float' Coach Wayne Benner, Mrs[ Gary j
until 1935 when he moved to ; I decorated cars, and waking skit!" i I Upton, and Hugh Sides, Ray I II
Crescent City, Fla., to join the Rescue breathing or, as it ; will be presented by 16 clubs and I Ii I I Cough, principal, is the student I
; The Democrats of Nassau
Young
is better known mouth-to-mouth 1 I '
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staff of the Peoples Bank. He i the 4 classes of the high school. council advisor. Senior class offic-
County reconvened November
presently holds the position of artificial respiration was explained -, Entries will be judged by 3 judges -J. ers include, Diane Lewis, president -
6 in the lounge at the Recreation
pictorially and verbally I for each class in the parade Buisess Leweikn, vice
vice president of that institution.In Center I I II ;
after several months
i 4r to the Rotary Club yesterday by
1937 he became a memberof i of inactivity. and the results will be announcedat j president; Mildred Baines, secre-
the Crescent City Rotary Club, i Xf sr Dr. Fred Woolsey, a Rotarianand I half time in the game Friday I II tary; and Sue Selph, treasurer. 1
o medical director of the Nas An open discussion, led by I
be
which he has served in practically a night. The dance theme will! a surprise -
sau-Baker County Health Department President Claude Littles, broughtout be
1 I this and is saidUo
year
every capacity, ranging from I The Fernaidha Beach J-i-'io" :
BY WILLIE MATTSON a keen interest in upcoming
for the
oc
song leader to president as well : and Senior Hieh School bands especially appropriate
Dr. Woolsey was introduced by political campaigns. As a result, casion. Music will be provided by
the club's delegate to 1 :I will march in the parade. The
as many Sixteen ladies of the FBWGA
Hugh F. Stone Jr. a call is being made by the Young I I "Continental of Jacksonville.
club the
Rotary International conventions.His president route is to turn Left on 2id Street
activities cover a wide j played in Tuesday's tournament!; j He illustrated his talk with I i i I Democrats for all members and:rome' nn Atfant'V Ave. CTtinwj Tickets are $.75 and will be available -
range in civic and county affairs.I lat the local club. The event was & a 20-minute color film which : interested parties to start now to j down Ash to 8th Street then onto'' at the door.

He has served on the advisory set up as an OSEN % handi.I < graphically showed methods of becoming acquainted with the I Attontiand hack to the ,.01 |j The queen and her escort will
committee of the St. Johns River I cap. The only holes that counted applying the method of resuscitation coming elections on all levels -I The Hcmecomne came will begin i' :Ead off the aance. '
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Junior College in Palatka, since I, were the ones with initials MASTER OF CEREMONIES Carson McKendree looks on l which has become most 'J i I at the Citv Ball Park lit 8-011!I -- -----

1 its establishment ,in 1957, and asa O-S-E-N i.g. one, six, eight, nine, with approval at the hearty appetites of members of the I'popular} and effective in emer, "The poor interest and turnoutat I when Coach Wayne Benrer's Pirates
member of the Episcopal etc. The winners were Mrs. L. C. '' In the gencies. the polls in Nassau County on I will meet the Orange Park I
City 'family. foreground, Commissioner and Mrs. YOUR
Church, where he has served for I Shave, Mrs. Andrew Allan, Mrs. Many Rotarians, who previous.I November 5, and throughout the I "Raiders" coached b7 a former !! FOR
John Tiliakos. Mrs. David Gatchel Citv Finance Director ,
j I Clinton Herring and Mrs. Robert ly had only "heard of" the method state! was..a sad reminder that Pirate and Florida football star. I
Bryce In the 9-hole group Mrs. and Mrs. Clayton Sanders. At the table in right background and its consistent good results | too few citizens take part in Larry Wesley. i I HEATINGNEEDS

I Thos. Shave Jr. was low. I Commissioner Ben Sorensen and his daughter, signified they now felt I their government," Littles said. :' The Pirate band, wn er the direction '- i ,
The FBWGA Championship Laura. i"capable of rendering the aiJ Interested parties are invited I of Jonathan Hill, wTl present -! i
FREETURKEY I wound up last week with Mrs. L.I I! themselves after seeing the I to participate in club activities I II a special half time show for j I r

C. Shave downing Mrs. Ed. Beach : motion picture and hearing Dr. I and discussions, regardless of I'! the entertainment of the fans, )
4-2 in thirty-six holes. Winner of TT ; :, Woolsey's explanations of its me i age. The term Young Democrats I II both home and visitors. I SEE
I the Consolation Championship'! chanics. I gives the impression of referring : The queen and her court and ,
1 Flight was Mrs. Edison Casey'over 1 Raymond Wolff, also of the i to only one age group, however, !! princesses will be presented bv :
Mrs. Tom Lannon 3-1. Mrs. Health Depaitment, was a guestof the club has many honorary members their escorts at the game. E'cort- MATHERYOUR
SEE i Glyn Waas was victor in the the club and projected the and advisory members of I ing the Homecoming candidates,
I First Flight by defeating Mrs. H, 'Ii film which was the meeting's other ages. I one of which will then be queen, I I J Jwill DEALER FOR
|i E. Williams 21. Mrs. Ed. Matt- feature at the Seaside Hotel. The next meeting will be held I be: Chip Oxley escorting Sue DUOTHERMBOSS
H i I son downed Mrs. Curt Gordon I is Other Rotary guests were on December 5 and "those who I Selph. Robert Crankshow escorting :
< 'r
; MATHERDOZIER&GAY ,,,5-3 for First Flight Consolation I George Copeland, of Jacksonville, have been keeping politics in I II Sherry Lang, Jimmv Schmidt [
winner. In the Second Flight, Mrs. and Pete Dickinson and Brack I their hip pocket or letting "Joe I escorting Kay Cover, Roger Hic- '
Geo. T. Davis beat Mrs. Thos. G. do it attend and Shirley Dees, Larry -
,Newton, of Jacksonville Beach. are urged to : kox escorting TEMCOATLANTA
i i Hall, Jr. 2 up. Mrs. Bill .Meltonwas *'..J# : Another visitor was the Rev.| take part in the government of Cason escorting Gail Vann, and ,
unable to play last week so John LaMotte, Presbyterian min the people" Littles added. I Wayne Saunders! escorting Mar- 'i STOVE

1 defaulted to Mrs. Norman Alday. } : e! ,- I ister who recently returned from I garet Ann Taylor. it
In the 9-hole tournament, Mrs. ') <' ,.t.JIi' i' a tour of duty in the Congo of Princesses Cherry Edenf ield.!
Dan Daugherty nosed out Miss f 't r I'Africa. Recreation Dept. To Marsha Pendleton, Janette Gass, I
PAINT : Katherine Whitney 2-1 for the I ) 'r Fernandina Beach High School II and Janice Fowler will be e ('ort-I J
J I Adult
Instruct
I Championship. The Consolation ,r :h seniors introduced as visitors by ed by Bubba Williams, James'' SEE US
i I Flight brought together Mrs. Jim Beard Cowart, Ronnie Sapp, and Ray
Rick Ballroom
were Gentry DancingThe I'
'Best For The South' "MAN WHAT i
Pete Ingram and Mrs. Stanley STEAK might well be what Jim and Wayne Saunders each of Arsenault respectively.
Tarlton. Mrs. Tarlton won 2 up. Beard, Director of Public Works, is saying, after gettinga whom made brief remarks out-I Recreation Department of The Homecoming finale will FORA
; CHECK OUR Poker-Hand winners for Sat late start in the eating. Next on right is Mrs. Beard lining their activities in the this city will conduct a series of I I take place after the name. The
urday and Sunday were Forrest and Mr. and Mrs., Lewis Nolan. In left foreground, Mr. school. Adult Ballroom Dance Classes I Senior dance will begin at 10:001: !

PRICESSlilell's I Ozburn, Archie Smith and Walter and Mrs. Ted Steger and Commissioner and Mrs L. L. starting Thursday, November 14th I iI i GOOD

--0-- I Scott Bohannon. Nolan and C. P. Rutishauser were cited at at 8 p.m. in the auditorium at the I

the dinner for their many years of service with the Vol Funeral Rites For Recreation Center. +| ASKINSLAUNDROMAT
Grocery I 25 years on the Board of Mis- unteer Firefighters. There will be no charge for the | USEDCAR ;:
sions. instruction which will be given ;>
211 ATLANTIC AVE. Local Rotarians are urged to (Continued from Page One) by volunteer recreation workers, I
PHONE 261.9033 II attend the meeting Wednesday'and I C. Jr., Jacksonville, J. F., Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Gil Becker, who
hear their district. governor.1 I Ga., Tommy, Macon Ga., and I are former professional dance instructors I' FREE COFFEEFor .
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; two sisters associated with Arthur WEEKEND
THIS
I f 1'e4 Mrs. G. D. McCall and Mrs..I j', Murray Studios.Registrations. Our CustomersMrs. :
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Lester Harvey, Abbeville Ga.; I are now being I I
REMEMBER THIS PAST WINTER? yv seven half-brothers, all of Ro- : accepted by phone ((2G1-5261)) at I Kathryn AbelsAttendant Lasserre
chel'e' ; and two grandchildren, i! the Recreation Center office. It Motor

MR :. Mike and Alice Sutton. is advisable to register as coup
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county tax assessor and veteran volunteer fireman, keeps
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I dependability? Gray PetitionsContinued I Fishier, City Manager Gatchel,!
and Public Works Director Beard. Ali i i,

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IN ANY OF THESE THINGS
The delegation attending the!
YOU NEED SUBURBAN PROPANE GAS HEAT meeting was comprised mostly of PUBLIC NOTICE"SEALED I _

Waycross, Ga. property ownersof ;;
-- RIDS WILL P.E RECEIVED .
homes on North Fletcher Ave. I IJY THE CITY COMMISSION cf''i
: See Our Constant Comforts the City of Fernandina Reach Florida ;
a'rf'quest
Their petition was for j
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I at the office of the City Manager
I city and county commissioners to City Hall. Fernarrdina Beach. Florida tiPfivYiYqd 1 .
meet together, if advisable i until 7:30 P!!.. E.S.T.. November 27. il'
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I : NoVent and Martin Heaters j 1963.! at which, time sealed bids will i & !
work out a solution to the increasing be opened :rand publicly read for the
erosion of property, I furnishing of 500' of 2V diameterfire etUlr
hose. 'I.YL-r; ;
WRITE PHONE OR STOP IN TODAY deemed worse on North Beach.It I Bid forms specifications and contract I.ISI I Sfl4Jt/eI A "

was agreed the commission I,. document; may be obtained at the of. ,I ........ ....... r
fice of the City Manager "'-& c would meet with county officials No bid may be withdrawn for a periodof --- ',.... .oil t-.!,.J,..
SUBURBAN PROPANE Suburban after the group had prepared the I thirty days after the scheduled closing
Propane necessary information as to what time cf the receipt of bids.
k The City of Fernandina Beach reserves
was needed, where, etc., providing the right to reject arty or all bids and Fns F .
GAS SERVICE the data needed for the suggested to accept the bid which in the opinionof
said City Commission is in the best t
GAS SERVICE meeting. mFw ._ ., i
interest of the City of Fernandina '0. 0' '"
7 S. 7th St. Ph. 261.3661 ANYWHERE Mayor-Commissioner Johnson, Leach Flonda.
i Commissioners Tiliakos, Bohan- I City DAVID Aaditor M. GATCHEL and Clerk"It I

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t,S! P""e Four t ews-Lcaae r, Fernandlna Beach, Florida Thursday b, November 14, 19Q t Mrs. J. Lancaster' !I i -
Five Candidates !
Hostess For 1. Manied November 2MR. f
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Mrs. Digby Hostess <,< Initiated Into ,
Former Resident Weds i ChurchwomenThe I '
:. At Meeting of Episcopal Churchwomenmet Order Eastern Star ;I
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Mamie Mills Circle recently in the home of Mr Fernandina Chapter No. 55, e1
.....,.. .....I of xh Eastern
1 l Jerome Lancaster. Onjer Star held
The Mamie Mills Circle of tie During the business meeting its regular meeting oo. Tuesday :
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Woman's Society of Christian officers for the coming year night, Nov. 5v with Mrs Cleo
Brinson, worthy matron, and
service, Memorial Methodist 4,, were elected as follows: Mrs. ,
Church. met November 11 Mr. Ed. Brinson, worthy patron,
on ; 1 William O'Leary, chairman Mrs. ,
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with Mrs. T. E. Di bv. The hose 7 Mercury Kavouklis, publicity; presiding. 0

tess served cake and coffee to x x<' 1 I i Mrs. James Lynn, worship; Mrs. 1 Five candidates, Mrs Stella 1M _

the 12 members present. 1'.Otto Phanitiel: program; and ; 4'1 Y4!' \yr ti Cook, Mrs. Nell Cook, Mrs. Linda s\ P

.. Mrs. II. D. Cook presided in Mrs. John Seitz and Mrs. .Robert 4 Cook, Mrs. Bertha Cook and o-,
t" bsP'Ice of the chairman MM. Babb, telephone. :; : 4' cMS Mr. Hilton Cook, were initiated
.... J. W, Hier" Mr Clyde Russell, Volunteers willing to help with
into the Order.
I mritual life chairman, pave an v ( Tj : the nursery during the 10:03: ; 'c ) J'
, inspiring devotional on "Giving";I i i'T'.,:. ) i morning church service were ask- Among the several visitors 0
She.reminded the numbers that "'. ::<',. ed to call Mrs. O'Leary. ;fir $wa a present were six members of R
their offering for "The Call to : Riverview Chapter in Jackson
I I ,:; li i Some Smorgasbord tickets are
Denial" ,
Trover and Self .
may
i available, but members should
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.' ville.Advance
... still be turned in. ,4 ,, ',,:..?:}:, call Mrs. Sam Stewart, ticket ... Night will be Tues-I
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1: chairman, if they wish to pur- C day night, November 19. MemorI -
.. ..." education chairman, gave an in. .t k; l I chase any.December. a w x : I ial service will also be observed WILL ).
: testing talk on the Phillipine > BULOVA'TIL
( at this meeting. ,
| 16 is the date set
I Student Center taken fram an "<..:::;ft3:: 1 i' _
for the annual Christmas dinner.
art'c'e' in "World Outlook." :, t
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| It will be held at 6:30 p.m. at :
", Members reported having made I the Surf Restaurant. Gifts will FOR YOUR
13 visits in the interest of the ''be exchanged and members are 'TIL CHRISTMAS
church and the gifts brought for asked to bring an unwrapped ; HEATINGNEEDS
the migrant workers were collected gift suitable to be sent to the YOUR
so they could be taken to 4t: mental hospital. Ribbon and pa- <;, < CHOICE Only $2975
4lf
,. the supply secretary I per is to be included as has been ;: $5"'' CONCERTO Elegant tailored-look fashion
Mrs. Cook announced that the the custom each year. Members In i fine 17 jewel watch.! Modem youth

next general meeting of theW.S.C.S. ... ... .. '.. !'planning to attend are asked to SEE i ful throughout.stylmt. fiulovi/ precisIon quality
would November ," ':contact
be on Mrs. Phanstiel before SURF RING A fine 17 jewel waterproof:
: ';5th at 10 a.nv Miss Robbie Lee ''; ,December 12. with the famous Bulova quality and

,,. Thompson will be In- charge of i i : 's: ># P .' a y. 4b q pI 1: The January meeting of the I 1' MATHERYOUR crjftsmnsbip.mainsprirf Shock resistant unbreakable .
the She also reminded ? p.
program. I Churchwomen will be held in the
: the members that meetings i in 1 home of Mrs. Leo May, on Ala. '5 4'y DEALER FOR ROBISON
' December will be one week earlier K..q.
chua Street Due to the dinner,
i' and that the circle would meet there will be no December meet- DUO.THERMBOSS JEWELRY CO.
: jai December 2 wit/Mrs.: E. R. I, ing. I ,
; 'Willis and Mrs. Mamie Mills, co- 317 ATLANTIC AVE.
Following the ,
program pre- ;.t
,:: llbst sse!. sented by Mrs. George Mears, 9e 4'G rr :I. dh TEMCO Prices plus.to**
The meeting was adjournedwith the 16 members present enjoyed When cote,cryitol, and crown ore intact
the elide benediction. refreshments served by the hos-i AND MRS. BRYANT. KENNETH JONESMiss ATLANTA STOVE I ... -.

tess, Mrs. Lancaster. Mrs. Lynn I Linda Lee cade with sweetheart'
.. .. Ramsay,, designed a !,
".Rdse Garden Club" I II was co-hostess. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert,'neckline and bouffant skirt. Her I -- -- --

Plans For I J. Ramsay, became the bride of nosetip veil was a circle of silk f,
Completes
II Mrs. Edith Flood Bryant Kenneth Jones, Saturday,I illusion attached to a coronet of .
4 Coming Flower Show Gives Of I morning November 2, at the I seed pearls and irridescents. She I
History First Presbyterian Church. carried a bouquet of pink and ;
!t .Plans for the Rose Garden Club! I MRS. 'CARL ANDREW WAGESMiss Memorial MethodistThe The Rev. John Dozier, pastor,I white Sweetheart roses. I LAY AWAY NOW
sponsored blower Snow were ois-- the the
ten-
performed ceremony at Immediately following cere
cussed when members met Tuesday I I Mrs. L. K. Nolan Edith Flood Circle of the I thirty ,o'clock before the immed- mony, a small reception for the I
,, November 4th, at the homeof Donna Bailey, daughterof Memorial Methodist Church met iate families and a few close families was held at the home of
Mrs. Ray Ketchum 'with Mrs.. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bailey of : Gives Program ForEdna at the home of Mrs. Fred Cook friends. the bride's parents at 2958,South FOR CHRISTMAS

H. J. Scofield as co-hostess. Winder, Georgia, formerly of on November 12, I I The bridegroom is the son of Fletcher Avenue.
.. The discussion of the show, to Davis CircleMrs. .
Fernandina Beach became the The meeting was called to or- Mr. and 'Mrs. ,Charles B. Jonesof The couple will make their r *
,' be the held Saturday,Hotel November from 23 2 j I bride of Carl Andrew Wages on T. W. Brown and Mrs. der by Mrs. W. L. Lay, chairman.: Five Points. home at Vero Beach where Mr. i. :
at Keystone |
..' until 9 fallowed a short September 28 at the Oak Grove Owens were co-hostesses for the Mrs. Lay introduced Mrs. Allan i The altar of the church was Jones .is employed. .
business p.m.meeting. I Methodist Church in ,Flowery I November meeting of the Edna Russell who presented the' Spir decorated with handsome bouquets I / NAME BRAND
demonstrated the : Branch, Georgia. Davis Circle held Monday after-' itual Life devotions on, "Thanksto I of pink and white chrysan- I Edna S. Ward : ;: .,
Mrs. Scofield The, Rev Luke Grubb, pastor, noon at the Brown residence. ,God for Life." mums. Miss Evon Jones, sister of f : .

mechanics ments and of Mrs.making B. F, arrange Woolsey was the officiating minister. The meeting was opened with I During the business meeting, the bridegroom, provided nuptial Class( ToMeetTuesday r' SMALL APPLIANCES

brought two miniature arrangements The bride, who attended high prayer by Chairman Mrs. W. W.I. the group planned a "Christmas music at the organ. '. .
and gift-wrapped box. school in Fernandina Beach and Stewart Jr. Mrs. L. K. Nolan party" for the church nursery, Mrs. Dan Hamilton was her EveningThe
.M/s. Albin a Thompson's arrangements Moaltrie, Georgia, i is a junior' at gave the spiritual life program rooms. Toys or equipment are to : sister's matron of honor and only Edna S. Ward Class of the MAKE THE IDEAL GIFT
were judged by Mrs. the University of Georgia.Mr. I entitled, "Thanksgiving Message, be taken tc the December meeting -I attendant. She wore a dress of Memorial Methodist 'Church will
Wages is the son of Mr. Praise God for Our Blessings." I by each circle member and blue brocade taffeta and carried
Fred Gaines and Mrs. B. B. Wil- I I I hold a meeting Tuesday, November -i
and Mrs. Jerome Wages of Winder. will later be to the *
presented
The missionary educational a nosegay of pink chrysanthemums.
., ,/ I pro- I' 19 at, 8:00 p.m. at the home
ri. sonThe door prize a large Halloween He is employed at Rohr Air gram, by Mrs. R. B. Lockwood, I nursery. Her headpiece was a blue of Mrs. Robert Gray. Mrs. H. ,! .
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pumpkin, was won by craft. discussed the students' center in Mrs. Edith Flood gave a talk I beaded circlet.] C. Hunt will serve as co-hostess.
Mrs Wilson. the Phillipines.It on the founding of the Methodist Herschel Reynolds was best .Each member is urged to bring Five Points Grocery & HardwareFive
Plants brought by each mem- Mrs. Smith Hostess was announced that the Me- Church in Fernandina. Her collections i man for the bridegroom. articles for the auction to be

ber were exchanged and a social Circle thodist Thanksgiving service will were accompanied by i Given in marriage by her held after the business meeting. Phone 261-5205
hour with refreshments followed. To Baptist be held at the church November snapshots and newspaper clippings father, the bride chose a street All members are urged to at I Points
: The next meeting of the circle I In NovemberMrs. 28 at 9:30 a.m. A W.S.C.S. meet I which she has accumulated i I Ii length dress of white satin bro- 'tend.
will be December 2 at the homeof ing will be held Monday the 25th throughout the years. I '- n -.--- -- --- ---...--- -,. ---..---.-. .. ---. -
Mrs. E. N. Roberts. Mrs.l{. F. James Smith was hostessto in the Parish Hall at 10:00: a.m. The December meeting will be ,
: and Mrs. Woolsey will The subject will be, I
Sahlman the Shirley Ledford Circle of program
at the residence of Miss Kathleen -

be r cohostesses.Classifieds. of the, the Woman's First Baptist Missionary,Church Society at. its I I I "You Miss are Robbie Christ Lee Called.Thompson" I will be Davis.co-hostess.Miss Bobby Stoker i BIG THREE DAY SALE Thurs. -Fri. SateMEN'S

: Pay OffTorture .November meeting. I will be the in December charge of the meeting program.At of.I
Mrs. Herb White Jr broughta
devotional on ''Stewardship, us- I the circle, to be held one week Hibiscus Club To

ing scripture from Lev. 25: 30- t early on December 2, Mrs. E. P. Meet November 18 i
: Gen. 28: 21-22 followed by a i Davis, Sr. will be hostess. I WINTER SPORT COATS BOYS 3-Pc CORDUROY SUITS !
i The concluded
; meeting was
The Hibiscus Garden Club will
prayer. with silent prayer and the circle COAT VEST- TROUSERS Size 14-16-18 J
Mrs. W. C. Owens and Mrs. benediction. meet Monday evening, November' $15.00. To $3'Q 95
: Test Oris Higginbotham presented the 1 I 18, at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. _. Reg $22.50 NOW $1 5.00
program on the life of Bill Wal RAISINS HANDSTEMMEDRaisins E. J. Smith on Atlantic Ave. Co-
lace, a medical missionary in I hostesses will be Mrs. A. H, Rey ONE LOT MEN'S SLACKS '

: Downtown Gulf China and Korea. I, of ,Turkey traditionally, require a top hand-export botham.nolds and Mrs. Virginia Higgin ONE. LOT CASUAL COTTON PANTS
Mrs Ted Wallace presented
the name of the boy from the I stemming and sorting by the pea I All members are urged to at- Reg. $6.95 To $10.95 NOW $5.00

Jacksonville children that the circle 1 I ple. tend. Reg: $t.9S NOW $2.98MEN'S

1 I : V will spcnsor this year. lie is I !'
Ciavarra, 6. A list of I SWEAT SHIRTS
Billy age i
: FREETURKEY his needs were given and the circle 4'b BOYS NYLON WIND BREAKER

i voted to send them, with I : Hanes $1.98 Fruit- Loom $1.59
it : I gifts, for Christmas.; LIGHT OLIVE Sizes 12.20

I) The members voted to donate Hooded $3.98 .
II : $2.00 toward a Thanksgiving bas. John P. Burns cursreauNNlsr.ouenorra. Reg. .$5.95 NOW( $4.95 i
ket, and it was announced the lIIIr.orsee alu/.e I'*Hon*FwftsMis CwluuUi. tl'....'L Mitel i FRUIT-OE'-TH&L0031 Insulated For Warmth I

i : SEEMATHER' goal for offering the Lottie is $560.Moon. Christmas Rooms with an Elegant Look THERMAL UNDERWEAR BOYS CORDUROY LONG PANTS


I I : Mrs. David Jones has been' There is much ado today in the and narrow hall can be turned Long Sleeve Shirts, Each $i.59' Sizes 26Res.
transferred to the circle. NOW' $l.00
E interior designer's world about into a Persian garden a Venetian
Following'adjournment Mrs. Lonq Pants, Each $1.98Women's
$1.59. '
i something called "living ele terrace or a Roman forum; or if .
Smith served refreshments to the '
1 ". twelve members. gance." But what, exactly puts history is too distant, perhaps a
"elegance"into a room? It can be jolly English pub or a New Eng '
1;1 found in rooms with a serene Jap- land Inn. Sweaters'I % _

: flavor, in home with
anese a a

\ Han Theatre I I a rustic drawing Early room American reminiscent charm,of in ings With, carefully most well-planned selected wallcover rooms I $2.98 To $8.95LADIES ? ,rte .

can almost stand on their own. I
Old England, in a home of the I I .. .I
: : Phone 261-4849 C. E. Beach, Mgr. I sleekest modern design.Elegance, have seen a drab,uninspiring but %"

f i : SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MATINEES AT 2:30 : then, is not of an age, but of a well-scaled Oriental jewel room or glitter glow with like high an I Wrap Around Skirts LINGERIE I I .

I.i : NIGHT SHOWS START 7:30 feeling-an elegant room must Renaissance splendor all because \ 4 .
be warm, friendly and gracious.
ONE COMPLETE SHOW of the right choice of beautiful With Reg. $1.00NYLON .

I I ,, :. The particular by the designer style and begins mood with desired The budget and suitable consciousness wall treatment.we all Reg. $695 Mateh$4AS$ Set PANTIES I 4To10 NOW 89c 1c.TiiJr\ I

: THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY face today can'make the cost of
the walls. The rest of the room Reg. 59cRAYON F f
: One showing Thursday and Friday 7:30 then grows Lamps and lighting decorating a studied investment, GIRLS RED CORDUROY 2
,J a thing for the whole family to PANTIES $ ? '
play key role, both as a decoration I
and flq
: Saturday 2:30 7:30 I and as a source of adequate enjoy. A dividend today is the Wrap Arowrf! Skirts FORWomen's o II I i
: washable surfaces available that
Walt Disney presents illumination or as a subtle meansto
I little Johnny, with his jam-and I II
focus attention on an area, a Sizes 7-12 $2.98 Rayon
: "SAVAGE SAM"Brian portrait or picture.Floorcoveringsare mud-stained hands cannot dam -- Panties '
age. Another is the wide assort-
important and must be compatible -
Keith Tommy Kirk with the wallcovering,the ment of treated upholstery fabric I COTTON OR CORDUROYCULOTTES / Sizes 5 To 9 ,

: :=TECHNICOLOR upholstery fabrics used in the which are almost impervious I \ Styled of
i: to and stains.. hich
,. room, and with the draperies and spills .from w .c ,;z ryL Cellanese Tricocel /
spots can be wiped off without' '
.
window treatment Lastly,but certainly
-:. SUNDAY AND MONDAY not least the furnishingsand leaving telltale stains. Another |is Re ?. $3.98 NOW. $2.98Hmd :.; "h Fabulous Low Price ir' c

t: Sunday 2:30 and 7:36-Monday\ '1:30 accessories should be care which the wide combine variety of both floorcoverinp decorative I 3 Pair $1.00 % .
fully chosen to enhance the decor ,
: "Better than Ben Hur" aspects with utility and low-cost
and to provide the comforts :and Bags '
relaxation u e desire in our homes. of installation. \ 'I Girl's Cotton Girls Panties I i

: "El (10"I The resourcefulness of the home NEW STYLES Reg. 39c -
There is today an endless and fascinating furnishings industry has given to-1; '
I I: Charlton Heston Sophia Loren selection of wallcover day's homemakers a tremendous, $1.98-$2.98 Slips $LOO 3 For $1.00BAILEY'S '

,: TECHNICOLOR ings, furnishings and accessoriesfor selection of decorativ and livable I
every taste and expression. accessories and furnishings,which,
:: A COMPLETELY NI1P SCREEN HAS BEEN INSTALLED With tins array of creativity available truly can be the means of giving 7th AndAtlantic I II

: FOR YOUR ADDED PLEASURE AT THE every room in our homes us homes of "living elegance,". I
.. .. should be exciting or relaxing as and low-cost decorating need I '
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,, Mondelbaum Gate Congo Missionary News-Leadsr, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, November 14, 1963 Page Five

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Subject ,For WMS John LaMotte SpeaksTo I -

Meet November 15 Youth Fellowship I Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Bounds re I "No Richer Gifts"-Theme For Flower Show November 23 Becker Attends I all The over association the state. duc sied the

turned Monday from a two week' Perk Personnel applications and uses of a new
j s + I What U the Mandelbaum Gate? The Reverend John LaMotte, I f vacation with friends and rein I "No Richer Gifts" will be the Class 1 Annuals 1 stem t I'growth inhibitor recently developed -
-:: Those wishing to know the an- Presbyterian missionary to the tives in Purvis I I( Meeting In Tampa by a national chemjcal con-
t Miss.; Lufkin, theme of the Flower Show to be ,, except for small items such asnasturtiums I
awn are invited to attend the : Republic of Congo, Africa, presented -'I Texas; Bastrop, La.; Gadsden, I presented this year b7 the Rose ; and sweet peas. Foliage Florida Crown Gil sern. One possibility was mentioned
meeting of the Woman's Missionary : a program to the Youth I Ala.; and Atlanta, Ga. 'Garden Club, with the Hemero-. : must be included. II Becker, superintendent ofFt I as park lawns; If sprayed
Society of the Five Points Fellowship groups at the First,! Friends of Mrs. Larry Bennett,, 'callis Club a guest participant 1 Ir r r Class 2 Perennials Same I Concert In Jax Clinch State Park attendedthe right after cutting, they would
Baptist; Church on November 15,: Presbyterian Church Sunday evening mid-winter meeting of the need little further attention for
former Miss
Jackie Reynolds of'f The show is to be held in the ;*:, rules as tor annuals. I
!, from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. i 4 I II Fernandina Beach, will be gladto i ; dining hall of the Keystone Hotel :I! Class 3 Bulbs, corns, tub. Florida Association of Park the season. Also use < _:such an
Mrs. Clyde Lipscomb of Jack- I LaMotte spoke on the customs I II know she is resting comfortably ""I I on Saturday, November 23, from Hers f and rhizomes. Same rules at November 19The Personal in Tampa Wednesday inhibitor could be valuable in
sonville will be the guest speaker. I of that country and told of the i at home after undergoing 2 p.m. until 9 p.m. II.I for annuals. through Friday. keeping cut branches from grow

Ladies attending are asked to I political and geographical situations surgery recently at Humphreys, i Mrs. John Barniak, Rose Club Class 4 Flowering or fruit. Second Annual Florida park}He was supervisors one of attending one hundred from ing back into electric lines.

bring a covered dish. there. He showed beau. Memorial Hospital I president, and Mrs. B. R. Cath- i ing shrubs. Maximum length, Crown Concert of the Jackson On the subject of the recently
:
The nursery will be open for tiful color slides of the Congo, Mrs. Janice Lyde, Shirley I erwood, president of the .Hemer ,24". ville Symphony Orchestra has I passed'recreation amendment, the
I I small children. the buildings of the missions, Brown, and Mrs. Joe Ben Bonnof ocallis Club, have the following Class 5 Camellias. Two inch
been scheduled for November Commenting upon the Florida I group agreed that the changeswill
i j schools, cities, and scenic views Macon, Georgia the I stems with foliage. Blossoms
I spent past ; I may 19th according to Roger L. Main, Crown Concert, President Main be of great benefit to the
ATTEND DISTRICT MEETING i of the country. He also displayed weekend with Mr. and Mrs. A. F. (preparations be wired to own foliage. I I
President of the Jacksonville emphasized the
j rapidly spread park and recreation services
t souvenirs and handiwork by the Bowen. I Class 6 Roses Subdivided
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I Members of the Woman's Club I ] Mrs. B. F. Woolsey, member of Symphony Association. Establish-I ing interest in cultural activities
Congolese people. I according to and .
type variety.
attending the District IV meeting, i Mr. and Mrs. Lin Haddock I the Rose Club of this city, the I II sd last season as a means of I on the part of young people. I GRAVE PROBLEMThe
t FFWC, November 1 at the Sea : He said that when the Repub. spent the past weekend in Jesup,I' Gloriosa Rothschildiana Garden Class 7 Hibiscus Blossoms making fine music available to ,' Botb last season and for thisiconcert '
Turtle in Jacksonville Beach lic of Congo gained its freedom i iI Georgia with Mr and Mrs. Ken ; Club and lifetime member of the only. I northeast Florida communities 1 i i several groups of high thief who stole 18 men's
). 1 were, Mrs. Exteen Corbett, Mrs. I in '60-61 there were tribal upI I Jorshie and family. I Federated Garden Clubs of Jacksonville Cass 8 Fruits and vege II unable to support orchestras of I school students and college students suits and three women's dresses
tables. CollectiOns of three .
S. L. Tarlton, Mrs. G. T. Davis, I risings and fighting among the 11 11I Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Selley and is general chairman. or. symphonic statue or to contract from the area have purchased has a problem in Seattle, Wash.,
that time there more in one type of plant
tribes. At were any burial
I what dp do with stolen
t Mrs. T. W. Oliver, Mrs. S. H. I 200 sons, Frank and Frederick of I Mrs. B. L. Rauschert is chairman be entered. for guest artists of international I tickets and a group from I you
\ Davis, Mrs. F, L. Jones, Mrs. P. I: an estimated of starvation people in dying the !I Wauchula spent the weekend with of horticultural exhibits and may reputation, the success of the one high school in St. John's i'garments? Catherine Weir, a
f C. Stewart, Mrs. W. C. Owens, each day Mrs. Sell:y's parents, Mr. and /j extends a cordial invitation to t first concert led to its continuance -i County purchase4 season tickets. I saleswoman from Eugene: Ore.,
Mrs. L. E. Sellers and Mrs. J. C. I Babula Tribe. I Mrs. Frank Durshimer.Mr. the general public to enter horti : Yulee Seniors To as a part of the Symphony I An out-of-town women's club and I told police the garments, all open
I The Church World Service here I series. A non-profit organization a Junior College humanities class down the back and without poc-
Bennett. and Mrs. Gordon Butler cultural exhibits. It is not required -< Serve Supper Before
in the United States was con- and Mrs. Elizabeth Smith spent that exhibitors in this division devoted to providing fine musicat are among the Florida Crown I kets, were stolen from her parked

HONOR SOCIETY TAPS tacted and asked for help. Within last weekend in LaGrange, Ga. i be a member of a garden Class Play FridayThe a minimum cost and in providing 'I Concert ticket purchasers this j car. -
14 STUDENTS AT FSU a matter of days this group visiting their daughters, Miss I club. The two miniature classes;:' playing opportunities for I year, the Woman's Club tickets'
had food flown to these starving Susan Butler and Miss Martha I i in the artistic division are also! Senior Class of Yulee High competent .musicians, the Jacksonville going to high school music stu- '
Seventeen students at Florida people, saving the lives of thousands Elaine Smith. The occasion was i open to the public. I| School will sponsor a shrimp Symphony Associationhas dents." FREE'TURKEY'

State University were tapped recently the 1st annual Freshman Parents Mrs. John Knight, Mrs. Ray supper Friday evening, tomor sponsored the first Florida Mr. Main said, also, that the '
I for membership in Beta The Church World Service weekend at LaGrange College.Mr. I Ketchum and Mrs. Fred Gaines Ii row, from 5 p.m. until 7, at the appearances of many of the I two hundred business firms and :
Gamma Sigma, national honor Yulee School. I World's greatest singers and in-
functions through the Congo and Mrs. John K. Crisp i comprise the committee on schedules nine hundred individuals whose :
society in business administra 'Protestant Relief Association. spent the weekend in Rock Hill, I i!I Children will be served for .75c strumentalists.In .
I tion.. I The Reverend and Mrs. LaMot-,, S. C. with their sons, Thad Crisp,I Mrs. Walter! Preston is chair- :' and adults for $1.00. Tickets will! additicn to the eighty member outright donations'make the orchestra's -!
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II I ite and their three children will I II and family, and Ralph Crisp. man of staging and ;Mrs. R. E. be sold at the door. J'! orchestra, the Florida Crown I delighted that existence their possible efforts are are

"I r Friends of William H. Seibert. Townsend and Mrs. B. R. Cath- Following supper, the Senior I Concert will feature Metropoli- SEE .
be here visiting for several weeks. will be glad to know he is reported -1 erwood are on the artistic entry Class will present their annual i bringing symphonic music to an |
I
i This added greatly to I tan Opera Company's great lyric I ever broadening area. Individuals i
(
OUTBOARD program resting comfortabl7 after committee. Mrs. George Fox isj play, "The Electronovac Gasser"at I
I the understanding of and I soprano Annellese! Rothenberger. from points as distant as Brunswick :
group's St.
undergoing major surgery at publicity chairman, Mrs. John 8 p.m. MAIM ER
sympathy for the people of the I Vincent Hospital in Jackson-i j Seitz is chairman'of clerks, Mrs. The public is cordially invited A top ranking singer in Europe'I i I and Waycross. Georgia and ;
I INSURANCE 1 for more than a decade and a star ;, Melrose and Live Oak, Florida
Congo. ville last Friday. B. B. Wilson is chaiman of to attend. I :
I of the companies, have become attendantsat
great
opera operettas regular
called :'
Mrs James R. Lynn was judges, and Mrs. Robert Askins,
radio, television and motion concerts. Local residents -- --- -
: Mrs. Ruby Panke to Plant City last Thursday night hospitality chairman.The Five Points BaptistTo pictures, this will be the first Symphony interested in attending the !
because of the death of her theme, "No Richer Gifts"was
4 % in the Southeast for Florida Crown Concert IF YfHll1\ A CRIB YOU'RE)
I Cited By Florida brother, Arthur R. Boring. selected as befitting to the Hold Revival appearance or purchasing :
the beautiful German A' tickets should IUtlt "'SOUGII TO f.U A
soprano season con- .
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Crisp of :!anproaching Thanksgiving and i !'j
1 1t Park Service November 20-27 I favorite of kings and commoners tact the Symphony office at 46 I
Pensacola spent the weekend I I j Christmas holiday seasons. Ii I FAMILY
I a famous New York critic West Duval Street in Ja
For Better Risks here with relatives and friends. There will be an invitational i '.
1
TALLAHASSEE Mrs.. RubyP. I I The Five Points Baptist Church' said "There is only one ,word for ville. No tickets are sold at 'SECURITY
Friends of Col. E. V. Garcia class in which outstanding lower kson-I
f Panke, Park Ranger, Fort I I '' will hold a revival beginning j her. She is wonderful"The auditorium but purchases
will regret to hear he reenteredthe arrangers from other local clubs ; )
John T, Ferreira Clinch State Park, has been Naval Hospital at JaCkson- will participate. November 20 and continuing Jacksonville Symphony is made by mail from the :; HECK-UP.
awarded a Certificate of Serviceby I through the 27th. The Rev. Orrin and
!I directed oy Conductor John Can- office. All seats are reserved What it is and What Does for
to be it
} ville on Tuesday undergo ma- Potted plants are to brought
& Son the Florida Park Service. II III jor surgery, He was home for to the Keystone Hotel on Friday, I I Stites of Jacksonville, Field Sec arina, who rose to international prices on available loge and balcony You: .. "f' ...
1 Mrs. Panke the retary for the Northeast Florida tickets $1.25, $2.25, and ,
was presented the weekenq after several daysat November 22, from 2 to 5 p.m., prominence as Conductor of the are 1. You check the factsT' your
( 508 Atlantic certificate for ten years service, I the hospital, undergoing observation and cut specimens are to be Baptist Association, will be the i Seventh Army Symphony which | $2.75 for the Florida Crown Concert | Social Security, your Life insurance
1 N. E. Miller, Executive Adminis- and diagnosis.Mrs. brought Saturday morning from visiting evangelist. I won a special State Department' and $G.OO; $10.00 and $12.50. pensions, savings,And other
Phone 2GL5571 trator of the Florida Park Ser Sade,, Sheffield will leave 8 to 10 a.m. I Services will begin each even- citation for the good will created j t for season tickets. II j assets. I ,
vice, said. tomorrow for1 an extended visit An interesting feature of the ing at 7CO; and the nursery will ,. by its tour of European cities. : -- -- ----- -- II I 2. You weigh your responsibilities

I -- -- ---- in FolkstonGa.; with Mrs. Jim show will be an exhibit of paintings be open for children from one to i Mr. Canarina was assistant to I : mortgage or rent, education. ,
Sikes and other relatives. done by Mrs. Oscar Soren- three years of age. Conductor Leonard Bernstein of I emergencies, retirement.
t Last '63 Auto On Hand Mr. and JJrs. David Pickett son of Miami, former resident The Rev. J. W. Keen, pastor, I the New York Philharmonic when I Cooper's Laundry 3. You learn where )0\\ .stand.
extends cordial invitation to
a the Jacksonville Symphony Association -: 4. You plan for the future.
were here several days this week Many of her paintings are of local j i
11' with their ''pA-ehti, Mr and Mrs. scenes. the public to attend each service.I contracted for his services I j I Coin-Operated I ,,...."
: SPECIAL SAVINGS Cecil Pickett and Mr. and Mrs. Schedule for the show follows: I prior to its move to the new Civic : MIKEFIALA
t CARD OF THANKSWe Auditorium and enlargement of and
Ray Beville. They make their I Laundry Dry
k'' ON Aoil home at Fo# W 1ton- Beach where ARTISTIC DIVISION I desire to express to OUt I II its orchestra to metropolitanstatus. i
kind neighbors and thoughtful I The favorite of millions, Cleaning I:
Mr. Pickett is stationed at Eglin I 't'
Section A Artistic Designs
.i oil '1963 1 MERCURY Field with the U. S. Air Force. Class I Invitational- Com friends our heartfelt thanks for Schubert's "Unfinished Symphony" Mrs. Doris Howard Phone Z6M329Fernandina
I
Mrs. Mary Ella Lee of Jacksonville their many expressions of sym-I' will be the principal orchestral ,
) FULLY EQUIPPED will spend the weekend with petitive. pathy. The beautiful floral offer- number at the Florida Manager14th i Beach
:
"How About That! Design
J '
ings were especially appreciated Crown Concert and Conductor
Elizabeth Smith. ,
her sister, Mrs.
: suitable for Christmas buffet i iI (signed) Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Canarina has augmented the I & Beech Streets I Metropolitan Life Insurance. .Co.
j LAfflRE MOTOR CO. I table to include one or more canHW Freeman and family. string sections for this occasion. New York 10, N. Y. I
Louis QuartermanGets Sprayed: material permitted.Niches .
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: Promotion Entries.
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In U. S. Air Force Class II Novice Class '-j..
Open to those who have never :

'i HOMESTEAD AFB, Fla. entered an arrangement in a I
f SPECIALS'j I Louis J. Quarterman has been competitive class. !
!
nromoted to airman second clas I "Count Your Blessings" An KRAFT VILLAGE HOUSESi.
in the United States Air Force. arrangement suitable for Thanks-
-- .. ---- Airman Quarterman is an administrative I giving to include flowers with
specialist in the fruit and/or vegetables. Artifi-

j t 0 PYREX C44th Radar Squadron here. cial crapes allowed. Niches 3011-J .. -,
i The airman the son of Geo- x24Wx8 D 5 Entries. I . -
rge W. Quarterman of 402 S. 11th Class III "Frankincense and /i.-: '-'': :
: 1 F RUBBERMAID St., and i ill. graduate of Peck Myrrh" Christmas Arrange .A_ "" : FOR SALE <
High Sch U (J f.' ( tnent. Fresh material to predom-_ : .... :; :
inate. Must have fragrance .
;
; F LUNCHROOM MENUS Niches 30Hx2iWxl8D 5 En-I' '
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i PLASTIC I PAILS I. !i %* tries. .1> Jt -fr- :.

J .11ov.18.22 Class IV "Christmas Gift"I A. ., '. .

CANS Monday -, Scalloped potatoes A gift wrapped package topped -' We have entered into a contract with Container Cor- :
TRASH
: w/ham, pickled,: beets, buttered with an ornamental arrange-
I ment. poration of America to purchase the Kraft Villager
0 I spinach, rpITL( n4_ butter, apple I
: ET ( i pie wcheese wedge, % pint I ornaments* Painted and materials glitter, Christmas stems al-I : houses that are now vacant. We will buy additional -:

j milk."f lowed. Niches 22IIxl8Wxl4D houses become vacated. We will move? "
; N I Tuesda7 Spaghetti w/ i as they begin to tl I ;

round I beef and! i tomato and 5 Entries. "Greetings"I j I t.\: .., these vacant houses within 2 weeks. '. :
11-Class V j !
cheese sauce ''salad,
I II mixed green !
I rolls and butter, peach halves, (' or swag to be staged on j ;' '

J : And Fiesta Ware spiced cake, *& pint Creamed milk. chicken! I 24"pear board in- width.screen Limited- not amount to exceed of" ,. It is our intention to give all occupants of Kraft Village ,

over Wednesday rice, tomato- wedges, green spray Section permitted B --Miniatures Entries._|;' and other Container employees "first chance" to buy ::"-t 1 :

I peas, rolls and butter, congealedfruit Open to the Public 5" Overall.I one of these homes. All others of course will be care- *.** .

Kitchen Tools At Ridiculous Prices salad, TJ pint milk. Class 1 Fall in Miniature -!! "
(I Thursday Bar-b-cue beef on "Gleanings"--: All Dried Material 'i ; ." fully considered and we urge you to contact us at once' f :

------- - - --- buttered cole slaw,bun fruit, ranch cup style, assorted beans, 6 Entries. of ,, ;' if you are interested. We are in a position to move these', { t :.
Reflections
All' Above 'fi'' It's Gone cookies Friday, %-pint Tuna milk.fish salad w/ the Class Season II --Tiny"Gems" All houses to any location within fifty miles of the original ..__ A ....

Dried Material. Sprayed and glittered : site.. _
boiled ,
) lettuce, parsley potatoes material allowed 6 En- t .
: MANY OTHER ITEMS NOT LISTED succotash, rolls and butter, straw- "
tries.
_.-- -- .-.- -- -- berry cake, k pint milk. contain form of : ; We of these I
will houses lot
j -- Must some move one to your or to another ;{ iD.

Simple Wants plant material. lot that we own or may purchase for you. Houses :
HARDEE BROS. CO. All the wantsis DIVISION .
average woman HORTICULTURE '
i, a roof over her head and the and lots can be purchased for cash or for low monthly' ( :

right to raise it occasionally Section A Potted Plants 1- '"
: Atlantic Avenue The Danville (Va.) Class 1 Foliage Plants. t payments. III.
Commercial Appeal Class 2 Flowering Plants. ; '

t I Class Class 3 4--Cacti African and Violets.Succulents. Houses can _be purchased in "as is" condition on your t)

\ Class 5 Dish gardens. lot, or we will do as much work on the houses as you re- ,. ..., '
exhibited in
Plants should be
clean pots. Do not wrap in paper quest, such as septic tanks, water supplys or redecora-

t) DAILY SPECIALLunch..97c..Dinner Vi or foil Wipe foliage clean but tion.
I II do not oilSection lj>4' I. t.f! f"Gi

B Cut Specimens

i I I IJ These houses would make excellent beach homes for ; ."
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I IIj Ij Page Six News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, November 14, 1963
Auxiliary Honors New Members: Directors To Tour the U. S. and Canada, includingSan
: Francisco, Boston, New York,

I Golden Crown Council Of Sunshine Girls Instituted Here 1 At Mrs. J. J. G. Cooper's Home''. (Continued from Page One) I and Represented Vancouver, British among Columbia.their diverse

I A visit by board members to I: business interests are Marine *
" The Golden Crown I I G. Cooper was hos- of the Woman's Auxiliary to Hum the compares St. John's Forest, : shipping;banking, and manu-
Sunshine Girls was instituted home Tuesday after,phreys Mimorial Hospital. I near St Augustine, will feature'i lacturing. :31"*
r Saturuay bj tne ty.&1 all b: i t November meeting,I Mrs. E. H. Junck, president,, a demonstration of forestry management One distinguished Floridian i H
of Fernandina Beach Te i new members,I presided at a short business ses- i techniques practiced by a member of the Rayonier Board.He .
Number 7 and visiting grand i sion, at which time the new by- I the company. The demonstration Jaeksonv.ile,
Bolts 01
t is
ficers. laws were read. They will be voted -: will be conducted by Ernest Davis Gay
\ The institution took place +I sentinel: Diane Tuten !I on at the next meeting of the I of Fernandina Beach, Rayon- president of the Barnett National

3:00: to 5UO: p.m. at the j 1 ; Melton, Jo Ann I i i body. II ier's Manager of Forestry Opera-I Bank"I ..'
Temple and was followed by a I Rita Cook, trustees; It was announced by the hospital tions in the South. j jRa I II
ner served by the Pythian j : press correspond-I grounds committee Mrs. I onier's Board makes it a i;I
urana ofitcers here to I ; Allen and Marcia { Cecil Brewton and Mrs. Cooper,! practice of holding business meet- Torture
t. with the institution and I escorts | co-chairman, that twenty-two do-!lings occasionally near major mill
tion were: Mrs. Polly Lit"J i M are as follows: zen petunia plants had been placed j installations. Such on-the-scene
grand chief; Mrs. Lorraine i color bearer, Marlene t on the grounds. meetings are intended to acquaintthe
Test
grand senior; Mrs Ethel I I Kelly, Pam Daniels, I Mrs. Junck welcomed the new directors more fully with !
grand junior; Mrs. Agnes and Debra Wallace. I members and introduced each.! company operations, company I
ner, grand guard; Mrs. were Pam Kittrell, They are, Mrs. Jerry Lancaster,.j personnel and the communities in i\i Gulf
Daniels, grand secretary; and Pickett, Charlotte Mrs. J. B. Britton, Mrs. R. J. i which the company operates, it !1 1I Downtown
Louise Baldwin, acting grand Judy Bennett. Thel- : Breslin, Mis. Windle Brooks, Mrs. I was pointed out. I

retary. assistant grand i, H. F. Stone, Jr., Mrs. B. F. Wool- I Rayonier's 12 directors are I
Beginning at 7:00, the the installing officer. i sey, Mrs. Ray Caldwell, Mrs. J. from widely scattered sections of
\ and installation of new for the group are: I A. Robinson, Mrs. J. 0. Robinson, I
# were held. Officers installed Goolsby, Mrs. Yen-,I Mrs. Lester Durham, Mrs. W. R. I NEW HOME
that time were: Pat Mrs. Bertha Rob-, Gass Mrs. Tommy Hernandez, and were, Mrs. Arthur Willyoung, Mrs.
4 past royal princess; Shirley i Edna Grant, Mrs. Mrs. Shiell Sheffield. Cecil Brewton, Mrs. F. D. Snyder, I' FOR SALEONLY
A J.. pard, past royal princess; Mrs. Annie Lou I The tea table was overlaid with Mrs. E. C. Burgess, Mrs. F. F.
Y Cottle, Jr. past royal ; I and Mrs. Ona Keene, a lovely candlelight! lace cloth Gaines,. Mrs. E. H. Junck, Mrs
Chmone Moore, royal ; i for the group will I I Robert Carbon, Mrs. H. W. Fish-
Marcia Wood, charity, i K. Moore and as- and centered with a massive arrangement ier, Mrs. E. V. Garcia, Mrs. J. A. $115.60DOWN
Booth, friendship; Gail Cook, I advisor, Mrs. Myrtle, : of yellow chrysanthemums. -I Robinson, and Mrs. J. 0. Robinson. -
,
al prelate Candace : Dainty open face sandwiches .
TH: GOLDEN CROWN COUNCIL of Sunshine Girls was instituted here Saturdayby ; I i and homemade cookies
royal recorder. I were Mrs. Myrtle Among the forty-two enjoyingthe
the Pythian Sisters of Fernandina Temple Number 7. Pictured are the Sunshine Kay Kelly, royal advisor for council No. '! were served with tea and coffee. occasion were special guests, | PAUL C. BURNS
Girls who participated and their ad,'iso.'s. Front row, left to right, Jerry Keene, Jerry Keene, royal guide; and Miss Annette Mrs W. A. Davis presided at the Mrs. C. L. Taylor, Miss Reba
Pamla Wallace, Pam Kittrell, Debra Wallace, Sue Kelly, Nancy Tuten, Janice Ml- Melton, mystic one; Norma royal princess silver service. Haile and Ben Clarke, hospital i' PHONE 261.3606

ten, Gail Cook, 'Charley Allen, Rita Cook, and Pam Daniels. 2nd row, left to right, I II erson, royal warder; Brenda Assisting. the hostess in serving administrator.. i
I I
Candace Youngblood, Shirley Melton, Joan Nelson, Kay Kelly, Brenda Littles, Marcia I ---- --' ----- -.. -- ...----.- -- -- --- --- ... .-- "'fft t'\C1t

I} Daniels, Diane Tuten, Norma Henderson, Mrs. Mary Moore, royal advisor. Third, row,
left to right, Thelma Galbreath, installing officer Pat McMonagle\ Fran Cottle, Shirley

Sheppard, Chmone Moore, Carol Booth, Linda Sapp, and Marcia Wood. r MAKE
'YOUR '


Ii; I i High School Echoes. Education Week I BICHEADQUARTERS. \'Clf .'


t from One
BY NED TYSON (Continued Page )

Sunday, is still serving to inform
f )cello, presented Thursday night to the the public and lend educators a ,
\ Friday night, Starke defeated public. Following many comical helping hand in their fight to secure -
the Pirates 13.0 in a hard-fought skits, this years Homecoming educational
an program
J. game. The Pirates played good Queen will be crowned. whereby American youth may THIS YEAR
'
football but were unable to detat The Tri Hi Y attended the
and
have "that training equip- ,. r4
a very good First Baptist Church as a group, ment which is rightfully theirs
starke t*e am. Sunday. under our democratic govern
:J {: 'here was a suci ',..;,Uv v\\\\\\ he a very busy day ment. A democratic government ii
i; ''. essful pep rally composed of last minute float which, by the way, designates the 1 _

I Thursday: night I ."...UH.Uns, a parade, the football responsibility for such a programto
\ '' '' tucceeding i n I game, and the HomecomingDance. the people. "
/ '. jetting everyone I Education Week is set aside as SPEED CRUISERS 500"Comfortable BICYCLESTwoTone I

< j : up" for the I Homecoming is undoubtedly the a special time when teachers,
same.s most exciting week of the year. parents,,and all good citizens are
."i J The Pirate B- There are many meetings and urged to analyze and reevaluatethe Gleaming Chrome.plated
: :. cam played I needs and goals of the school Cushion Saddle Handle Bars
's practices to attend, much frustra- I T wo Tone Chrome ,. I + Gleaming
jtheir )ast bail game last Tuesday tion, and a whole lot of fun. system to which they entrust the ddle Fenders '
\ flight at McClenny. They lost by See you next week! future of their children.It Ii SANTA Chrome-plated I
Fenders and Triple-baked Finish
"a score of 14.13 giving them the will not only show educators 9 A Flamboyant
I Double Rims with Gleaming Chrome Trim
EXTRA
distinction of losing! "away"game
every ahead
1 a better picture of the job / High Quality
by one point. CommissionContinued of them, but will also serve to I Bendy Braced VALUES
t The Junior class sponsored inform the public of what has Coaster Brake Front Fender Big, Sturdy
,
their last dance of the done and is Stimsonite
victory been done, is being
Mason. Next weeks Homecoming' ( from Page One) needed for the future. Thus, Safety %\\\\ 11/ '\'. g I Luggage Carrier L' 9 A 111.112
Dance will be the understanding Reflector
1 sponsored by Approval was given to rent a through information and
Senior class following the Or I road stabilizing machine from I the bonds of co-opera-
'I ange Park game. We are counting Florida Equipment Co. for a one I'' tion between school and community / 1 New Twin I
"' on them to make this event month period at a figure of $500. i can and must be strengthened. : Convenient S arklin ; ,
Headlights
I a memorable occasion. I The machine was recently demon-I The age old problems of Kickstand P g Stim so n'ate ,
There will be a Senior Assembly strated to county officials but it j schools everywhere have changed I
Thursday during school. Members I was felt that the month's rental little over the years. There are \ .
'
I would make a closer observation still not enough teachers, payed
of the Senior Class will at I
I t I possible before such a machine is too little, teaching too many students -
'I this time be able to display their
I purchased.A with inadequate equipment, 1
talents in the form of I
i songs
I skits, readings, and pantomines. I contract in the amount of in overcrowded classrooms. In I \
insur-
of these
seemingly
spite i
'
i $3,874 was awarded Good Housekeeping
!
The Pirate Escapades will be '
mountable odds, dedicated teachers !
I', I Gas Co for the installa '
excel
continue to put out an
TT : tion of a heating system at county lent grade of teaching, and inter. 'I

FREE jaiL ested, thinking students continueto
I learn, despite equipmentor
The Commission approved a request any
I classroom shortage.
to the Florida Game and
: This seems to prove that the
TURKEY I Fresh Water Fish Commission to which educa-
principle Upon our
I II, I provide an area in the South cen- tional system was founded, that I
tral section of the county as a of education of the masses, is i
SEE i realistic and valid. Though we
I. i i fish management area.
fall short of our goals at
may
I County Agent Gordon Ellis was
times, the sometimes unnoticed '
cited by Hit Commission for the change and improvement I II
gradual j : ; :
,LI = MATHER outstanding county exhibit that I of existing educational conditions I
.1 won first prize in the recent has thus far kept enough aheadof I' ( (
t.. Greater Jacksonville Fair.IT'S the demand, to keep Americans I'
from short changing their I'
J young people. ;
.f Of course, no' school system suffers
I with all the problems mentioned I

nor, on the other hand
I are all teachers dedicated to the I I I
i point where higher salaries can't i iI I
I draw them out of the field of t
I education. Not all people are informed -
I about local school situa-I II
1 tions and conditions and not all II
I people care. But there are still I
1 \ enough good teachers and inter- I Timtone'i.;
ested people to keep the needs of I t I
the school and the opinion of
TIME the public on educational issues I
i j known to those responsible for !
; V LANTIFREEZE which these (
: TO PUT IN the decisions govern I
I conditions; enough to keep our I I I
\ schools the hall of learning we I
are proud to call our own. I
(Editor's note: The subject mat- I I I
m ter for this article was furnishedin
part by the National Educa- I
You can expect to wake up to a cold morning any tion Association Publications for

'day now. Then you'll either wish you had anti. the purpose of enlightening the
'
...' freeze in your car or be glad you have. Better public on education today.) I ( f

take of it NOW!
let us care Soaking a wedding ring in dish.
three times daily makes it
water
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-.'-; --.._. -- .- News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, November 14, 1963 Page Seven t f
J i FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK I
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Sports SlantsBY < : Classic I Hunting Season I hunt obtained headquarters.Duck from county. judges or (I

", RED fiSH stamps, needed in addition ,
to hunting licenses for taking I
Bowling LeagueBY i Opens Saturday I I'
c i ; ducks and geese are purchased '
CURT GORDON .yl'. l' f from any U. S. Post Of
\\1 .r ALSO CALLED CHANNEL BASS I
HENRY ELLIS I License On Sale fice.
\ AN IMPORTANT FOOD FISH AS i II'II'i
It "appears that Starke continues -I Wood, shared in good defensive Week of 10-7 iI.I.
t WELL AS A GAME FISH 1 TAKES Total THERE'S GOLD IX COAL
work. i
to be our master in foot- TALLAHASSEE Hunters
,4 SUCH -
BAIT AS ( ,
SHRIMP
CRABS Team Standings V L Pins Coal ranks well within the
tep
tall, however they didn't impressus I t11r ,Al OR. CUT BAIT AND }ARTIFICIAL No. 3 15 3 8205 are being urged to avoid the last-i .
too much last plc. although Ray Rowe missed last week'scontest e : minute rush by obtaining hunting: 20 exports of the United Statesin
LURES WEIGHT UP TO No. 2 8 10 8091
they beat us 130.IOn the other with Starke, but Coach : 70 { licenses and permits well in advance .I terms of dollar value, an industry .
hand our Pirates didn't play the Benner says he. should be ready r Y,, Z ? ) I : POUNDS, AVERAGE 5 No. 4 ,7 11 8319 of opening day of the resident -;I spokesman said today.
No. 12 6961
best game they have"'been known for action again Friday night ,, +1 ? # \ TO 15 IBS. BRONZEOR 1 High Team, 3-Games 6 I game animal hunting sea-: ---,

10 play. We offered one threat against the Orange Park team. REDDISH ABOVE .i-son. Season opened November 9I
to 'score in the game, but other Alan Cover :and: Jerry Beard have SHADING TO WHITE No.No. 3 1439 i I south of State Road 60 and opens
: been the injured list but theyare 1 1377 DOZIER & GAYPAINTS
}han that one time we practically on EtOWBLACK No. 4 1362!1 I(Statewide November 16.
to be ready for the \
expected
played a defensive ball game. r.'r tf: fi SPOT AT High, Ind. 3-Gimes 1 i According to A. D. Aldrich,
Raiders too.
That game is in the books now I BASEYouR"1't' OFTAIL Cecil Hodge 570:, director, Game and: Fresh Water
and we have another one staring Roger Hadden 550 I:Fish Commission, over 165,000

us in the face whtn. ,Larry Wesley 1! Chip Wood, Butch Williams, Larry Flint 539 Florida hunters are expected to FOR EVERY NEED0

brings his Orange, Park Raid- J George Sheffield, Kirby Hendrix, High, Team Game acquire either resident or nonresident
I
ers into town Friday to try to Roy Cox, Curtis McCorsley, Ken No. 3 487 licenses from the 67 -

ruin the Fernandina Homecoming. I Forehand, Ned Tyson, Wayne ? No. 2 483 'county judges this year. 'Best For The South'
Wesley has his good fullbacK Arnold Steve Beckett and Ray
No. 4 476 Over 40,000 of the hunters will
1 again this year, but he lost his I Rowe will be playing their final FLOR'J'DA \ \ ,.'. High, Ind. Game I also obtain the special hunt per- -- 0Shiell's -
t lick quarterback from last year'sleam ; football games before the Fer-
which almost Fernan Buddy Doland 232Cecil i mits which allow hunting in 28
upset nandina fans here Friday night FISHES Hodge 220"
dina when they weren't exactly I as they are the Seniors on the Roger Hadden 215 wildlife management areas sup Grocery
supposed to. Orange- Park is getting I 11963 team. ervised by the Commission.
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I High Average Bowlers 211 ATLANTIC AVE.
tougher each year, so this I SALT WATER FISHES FOUND' IN THE, SURF, BAYS AND Roger Hadden 185 j Hunting licenses are available
year they might be rough for the I INLETS OF SALT WATER AND PHONE 261-9033
from the offices of the county
been 176 i
I'irafes. Surf fishing has really FOUND IN FRESH WATER IN FRESH WATER RIVERS Cecil Hodge .' I'
good at our beach for the past Larry Flint 175 judges. Special hunt permits are

'tI.t* few weeks. Trout, bass, whitingand FLORID GAME AND FRESH ,WATER FISH COMMISSION SCRATCH LEAGUE
>> Beryl Rice must; not have liked pompano have been caught Teams: "

J the publicity Barry got last: and these good catches have : \ High Scratch Triple I ASTHMAThe .

week for tack.' brought out fishermen tn numbers No. 2 1537No. I
making so, cla'hes
many lately he: KAC through a fine season. I I final two could give the I I 3 1528
: lea., because he :promptly went II Philip Robinson. Gerald Robinson Pirates a winning'season. Goodson Announces Individuals: condition asthma should not be confused with the rapid
I and made 10. I I breathing that f ten in heart and kidney diseases. It
out .against Starke r occurs is
I A fine Homecoming Parade ;i if Nat Smith, Eddie McQueen, *. 5 High Scratch Triple
condition characterized by periodic attacks of in the
a
Mike Pikula was'8.lclose second j I spasms
will add luster to the Fernandina ,;, Jim' Roland, Jim Thornton, Robert I' Roger Hadden 636!
with 7 and Curtis McCorsley had f Pro Ed Mattson hit a beautiful Staggered Day bronchial tubes where it is difficult to exhale air from the lungs.
6. George Sheffield came through I! Homecoming Friday afternoon. Lloyd, Steve Spence, Ivey 1! 4-wood second shot just inches Larry Flint 624 I This produces the "wheeze".
Floats, usual, will add to the : Crump, Wayne Dotson and E. L.J. High Scratch Single '
with 5, Butch Williams 4 and as J from the cup on the par five No. Asthma is due in practically all cases to a hypersensiUre-
Barry Rice three 'Jerry Beard,, day along with the Fernandina : Meeks are some of the players'i'' 5 hole at the local links this week i Hunting ScheduleBrantley No..2 587 ness or allergy on the part of the patient. This sensitivity M

Benny Alvarez 'Kfrby( H ndrix : Band. The parade should get everyone -'I are expected to carry the teami for a near double-eagle, the rarest No. 2 541 i foreign substances causes the bronchial air passages to go into
into the football mood for through a successful season. I High Scratch Single j
and Pee Wee Noofrs, along with I accomplishment in golf. But, even Goodson, Regional j I spasms.
-- : the game Friday night. I II # 'I with his eagle, he failed to win "Manager'for the Northeast Region Buddy Doland 232 There is no climate cr locality which benefits all asthma

'i I I I I Coach Bob Stover will announce I' the hole. Andy Anderson pushedhis I announced that the Game- Roger Hadden 23,1 patients. Some patients do well in high, dry places, while othersdo
Wyman Hughes, coach of the I Stella Doland b still high for better at sea level.
1 I III I his 1963-64 basketball schedule tee shot to the right and and Fresh Water Fish Commission -I
\ KAC basketball team, informed i next week. The team could be a'': wound up about three feet from has opened Friday Novem- the trophy tournament. Chiropractic: is an effective way to remove the cause of
I us the KAC team plans to enter I this with Stella Doland 577. hyper-sensitiveness within the patient. By removing irritation
tough one season some i, the edge of, the water in the. right ber 29, for hunting in those
1I the Velma 551. from the nervous system, the basic causes of allergy are re
the Metropolitan League or i| outstanding talent on hand. Ron ; rough with a tough downhill lie counties which have staggeredday Hodge -

f Commercial League in Jacksonville i, nie Sapp is expected to lead the on virtually bare, ground. Trees hunting. Except during the I moved.
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this season. The season willl team during the campaign. barred a straight shot to the I first 9 days and between December "TV cowboy personalities are :

I open on Dec. 4 and Hughes thinks'he | I! green, some 240 yards away. 25 and January 1, Friday is eating so regularly these days I

I!, has .some fine talent to carry. ) The Pirates will complete the I Playing out to the right, Andy I normally closed: in these coun-I it's becoming difficult to find : Hours

I -- i I Ii football schedule next Friday )i hooked a, 4-wood, to the i ties, but due to the long Thanks anyone to play the role of Slim. 3Ion., "'cd., Fri.

night when they travel to Live'I right of the green but with the giving weekend, the Commission I- Gerald K. Young, Blakesburg
FOR YOUR j i iI I sand facing him. He lofted a Ii 9-12 & 2.6 ,
Oak in the season's final. Going trap voted to give sportsmen the op- ((18.) Excelsior I a
into the game with Orange Park wedge overt the trap and right II
I portunity to hunt Thursday I I 131 Kings Street
'' into the to Matt-
HEATINGNEEDS r Friday, the Pirates have a record'of cup duplicate
j I 341. Two victories in the : son's Eagle?! Playing with the two through Sunday.In Id d Phone 729-5614

were Joe Scanners,- a sportswriterfrom the Northeast Region, the a

Chicago, and Ray Caldwell, only counties affected by the I FREE : Kingsland, GeorgiaDR.

I I 1 I. News-Leader chief. ruling are Dixie, Levy, Gilchrist,I

SEE # and that portion of Lafayette encompassed i'

:- I Cooper's Laundry Spud Chandler's Baseball School by the Steinhatchee 1'I' TURKEYSEE I I C. R. CROCKER DR. T. A. OWEN

\ ... !u, I opens this Sunday at West Palm Wildlife Management Area, Good- ,
**M/, wire makes mi loin h.r out : MATHERYOUIt Beach for : any youngster desire son said. Some counties, in the j:

1 '''''mning." I Coin-Operatc'd ing a change to go up the base- Central Region will also be af Kingsland Chiropractic Clinic

1 I Ii DEALER FOR I ball ladder,'. Anyone interested fected. The Northeast and Cen- ;
THF PALACE Laundry and Dry could enter the .second session tral are the only regions with!
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i DUOTHERMBOSS Cleaning, which begins in December. I counties under the staggered day i; MATHER! "Associated with Owen ChiropracticClinic .
SAUHFLORIDA'S )\ I' system. of Jacksonville"

I OLDEST r Mrs.,,Doris Howard, I 5 I
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AND MOST HISTORIC TEMCO.ATLANTA Manager City Trade At Home

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\ Week_ HENRY of. 11-6 ELLIS I. $i i:,. them. -, the x milling and 6 the shipping Forest 'farming is good business for everybody,"j.And' fl. it is' the

I FERNANDINABEACH Total L \best way to keep this great national resource replenished Although we maintain our ofon'timber-
{ Team Standings W L Pins .lands

o I..Morris. and Payne Body Shop '. ..,. -,' ... .1' < A
{ 24 12 25057 :, be, land. .Why don't collect "of these- wooden
standing
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"JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWNBEACHES" .. ( No. 4 22 14 24842 -
x ., Beach Bar 20* 15k 22247 ( nlc"', t.stoo? CONTAINER. CORPORATION OF AMERICA l) Fernandina.Beach,:Florida.

\ Hadden Lanes.... 16 20 25046K.A.C. t.1;: ; <:,.:,..r,.. .2. r '.; \.....<.<;' '". "<.
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Directory, Furnished By These Merchants and Business Men ;i High Team, 3-Games ,,t.., ;,,' .:; : .. : .: .. ; l' : .. ,
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i. Hadden Lanes 2815 .'i : : > ,... ;,' .x :. .. f :" :;. :.,..;. ;i',;
K.A.C. 2784 .. ... ..',. .,. <..,,1'' '-.... ;: .
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Machine Shop j Propane Gas Co.SERVING I Roger H d4en. 635 ''''; j 'i' :. .. ,< \\ .' .f. '.\-' > :

GOLF COURSE I ) I Howard Uffelman 619 f<;:.;;.... .".,.: .. ... \\?; l ,
ALL 610 : ; \ W
Flint
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2 N. FRONT ST. EXCELLENT YOUR NEEDS IN }1 ; {
I High, Team Game i j .
LP GAS AND
I Machine Work 18-HOLE i K.A.C. 962 .
GAS APPLIANCES
LINKS : Hadden Lanes. 944 --: '
Welding Brazing a _.
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7 South 7th St. !No., 4 : 936 .. -

Marine Repairs Phone 261-3661 I High, Ind., Game -;
Special Service To Cecil Hodge 262 L

Shrimp Trawlers TIDES I I Roger Hadden 251 .; .
All Work Guaranteed T. H. KING I I: Arthur Renshaw 232 >'.::' < ;: .
High Scratch Bowlers
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Open 8 a.mito., 5 p.m. tt JETTIESAdd PHOTO SHOP Roger Hadden 240-602 % dTh. ,
; Monday Th t Saturday Roll Processing John Beckett 203-557 4< -

,k Phone D+f, 2614711 30 Minute* For Developing & Printing Larry Flint 189-529 ,. .
1 Night 51-5333 Fernandina Harbor Kodak Film Stanley Bohannon 192-528 p ,': .::. -
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'I Cecil Hodge 244-513

HIGH LOW Photo SuppliesMovieColored High Average Bowlers ; 4 ,

BE WISE.I Friday, N 0'". 15 Weddings& Regular Roger Stanley Hadden Bohannon' 185 176:1 a ( # 1k

7:38: a.m. 1:21: a.m. Portraits by Appointment Onl1"Porcelainize" John Beckett 176

7:42 p.m. 1:53 p.m. Studios At 504 Ash St. Cecil Hodge 173 D
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Kleber Skidmore 173
Saturday, Nov. 16 Phone 261-4586 +
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LASTS 3 OR 4 TIMES 8:12 a.m. 1:57 a.m. Teams:SCRATCH" LEAGUE' .' :,.

LONGER THAN 8:16 p.m. 2:32: p.m. Rowland's Scratch: single

ORDINARY WAX JOB I No. 4 867 '
UPHOLSTERY
Sunday, Nov. 17 IIDCP single
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I LASSERRE I. MOTOR 8:43 a.m. 2:32: a.m. DO YOU NEED i Becker's Drugs 1004

CO. 8:49 pjn. 3:11 P.rn."EW COVERINGS OR BEPAIC Hadden Lanes 1001
TO YOUR I (Y
Individuals:
N FURNITURE 3 e F}
Monday 18
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S. 8th St. Ph. 261-3819 OR High Average Scratch
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9:15 3:06 NEW SEAT COVERS Hadden 185:>>
: ajn. : a.m. FOR YOUR I Roger
9:23 p.m. 3:49: p.m. AUTO High Scratch Single I
FREE ESTIMATES : Cecil Hodge 244

Going 1 Fishing, ? Tuesday, Nov. 19 We Pick Up and Deliver Howard Wilson 224

9:49: a.m 3:42: a.m. Johnnie Williamson 216

Visit 1sfor 9:59: p.m. 4:28: p.m.Wednesday Porter & LovequistGeneral Carl Green High HDCP Single 263 :

.: Complete: Wne OfFishingpjackle Nov. 20 Contractors Buddy Grider 254 5 f.

SPECIALTIES Nathan Pope ; 253
10:24: a.m. .
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e Rods 'e, Reels : 4:18: WOODWORKING Scratch Triple .
10.39 t
Outdoor Camping p.m. 5:10 p.m. PLASTIC SURFACING KJLC. 2595 P b NA; 1.11 c ., Ids f4';,' RS .
CUSTOM BUILT CABINETSKITCHEN HDCP, Triple 4
\ EquipmentFIRESTONE Thursday. 11ov.,1 .
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11:06: a.m. 5:00: a.m. REMODELINGComplete High Average HDCP ,:;. -. .
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11:26 .5:55 Showroom : '
p.m. p.m. I John Beckett 192 -
BEACH 'SUPPLY For Color Coordination Stanley Bohannon 192 : /" : :
Ttaet Coates .
112 Atlantic: Are'tt. 2614432rf. Cc4it A 'Grodetic Survey Phone 261-3068 1 I:I High Scratch Triple .627. }. --...... ..
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i Kleber Skidmore 587 ? ...... .
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FUN IN THE SUNAT I 689 > aim
t James Lynn ,- .
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FERNANDINA BEACH Tommy Tilman 675 aq: ,


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Pa e'BIght News-Leader, Fernandina! Beach Florida N Thursday November 14, 1963 II... --- .. ---.- .. .. "
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L : :i -P-L'\E GROVE -BAPTIST- |I 1 Reserved Pr' 6eod.Thru'November, lothi1fItIN ,_.,.
The ( ; Quantity Rights las
I JAI h' I CUURCH :j jR i .8liiiiTOfiLf.. ,- Y.4GKT.INJ ,
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t PROPHECYJRer. Sunday :.School -.--- 9:45 ..ajn..iforning ] orn g4Yorshp, :11 ,ap I q *': I :
H. C.: 'Ijrury>> Pastor Worship -..- 11 ,a.miTraining 1 r 11:00.aon. .! L. Minting Servict I; -Frozen -Orange .' D "
Union 6:15 p4 I 7:30 Evangelistic Service ,! : u K
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10:00 a.m. Sunday Schwl ---- I f f :
11 {sn._ ._.-" "- Morning! Service Evening .Wof' $<-.ip ,. 7:30. .P.BV. \,:.M.B i .
7:4S: ra. '..... ... .JV r Service S WednesdAy: I f:20 p.m. Wednesday V.LB. Yount 6o .
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>dS J p'j' Hour of fairer _.. 7 p pl. t) j1e : 4 99' .
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CHURCH I I Apple, Cherry,
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j f : Corning Worship __ 11 AJ1. -Jprida/ School 1 -- 9:45 A.M |Ii Sirloin 8
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Chjs( ii i the\ schedule l of everySimday I' )1'IVE OINT3 .BAPTIST' 7:30 P.M." i iif i': 0 D ST O1 ti FULL CUT BONELESS STEAKS
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, .v.- J. .W. [Kern,Pastor 429 South 6th Street : J'Y' 88
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C,45, ajn. Sunday $caoo.l ) .Rev. C. W. Page, Pastor t I unn : o .
LASTSUNDAY. OF -THE4UOXTH IOU a.m. Morning Worship I ,
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P. l, Episcopal ,Ypung" 7;30 p.rn Evening vVprshipTuesday I .

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l 6:30 jlTG I Cur, ,4th ,and (Cedar )itl.| ---- .I b S. l8 3 ;

; Road Chambers Phune, Pastor 26MIS 730; p.m. .... Evening 1CuU i ij K tvL 1; Marvin Johnson, Pastor i I HLF Half. ,j ; I 1\ e U
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BPRINGHILL BAPTIST' I Nelson. P, Jloyer, Pastor 7:30 p.m.1| 'I ':

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CHURCH );00 a.m. Sunday School wi Rev. W. J. Holmes, Pastor J JI' r 1,1 r
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Sunday Ma3S 1st, .3rdnth I Kenneth L. Junes Minister
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I Saturday ._ .Convent Chapel.. Tuesday: Singing Practice 7:30' '
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6:30 C. A. Youth Services
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7:30 p.m. .Eyt ngeiittic .Service GREEA
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Florida l obtairi fl ashare ofnospital 1 I ied the bill as reported by the 1 a living. : .. -r "
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! Calorie.Shyirst- iu beds, and I want to salute }- House Judiciary Committee, and: '" : : : :,, : :: i ,
RECENT HOUSE ACTION ON I j his Stanford lost to Notre
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i, --- .---- him in this.Newsletter! i- I shall not vote for i it because .. .LEAVES. ., J sky 1' ". I
II PENDING LEGISLATION'j : t. Await i the "
Ji&F: 's WHITE-; i.k .CHRISTMAS*rAv think thr" provisions .atein' "vioa : I *.The* gaily ,tinted; ,*autumn f-",deay< es" 1 I coming,5 snows** -_ :Dame, !_4FQR. ---
i lation of tile Constitution of the' ( ) 'Th. Mexican Farmtabor! dreams when life is'
1 Are falling one b: one. Thusdfall my. .
! I It seems now that the House United States I believe we have Program has been extended for Their lovely colors, in the sky I I t
H I of Representatives will be in session I enough sympathetic Federal 1! one .year. I voted in favor of the And on the grass are sown. ', As age creeps on, and care YOUR ..
during the entire year. In : Courts to guarantee the civi I yet sjExtenjion- and in the House I To leave my nakes soul to face- ';
I II ;act, man/ of us will probably I rights of all our people I thnkt ; I debat ; I spoke in particular about They don their brightest dressesAs The winter of despair. HEATINGNEEDS f I ,
I I A / 4 have to spend'Christmas-Wash. e proDOsetl! public accommodations -i the need for this labor to help I they depart the bough. I
I section 6T the Civil. Rights The sunlight kisses them adieu. Yet, in my heart the memoryOf
ington- where there ir the' possibility the family farm; and ((2) The :
[ '"a' r of the snow making it a bill Is particular/ objectionable I Housijf has.'adopted the.Conference Their work is finished now. I springtime lingers still J
I 4) t.' Fr White Christmas. and unconstitutional. In this particular I ftepo, on IIR. 6U3, the Higher I When life was gay and carefree ,
T- Two pieces, of legislation part section, it is my opinion I f Mwmtion Facilities. Act of 1963. The birds are silent' in their grief No thought of winter's chill; ; ,
z. that by law we are compelling a j I This'ollege aid bill of approxi To see the gay leaves go. SEE
,-responsible for the long sea I And the warm smile of friend.. .
The branches, stark against the
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sion are the Civil Rights Legislation ; ? spread over ship,
a ; instead, of a freedom of lees ;
t attd the Tax Cut Bill. 'fbHO'.18 I iearl I years 'as reported to you Like to the sunset's glow, : MAIHERYOUR L
choice. Property rightscannot be /
would institute I
i a new'pro&m '
I has already passed the : disassociated ,from human f rights I: the public tat dollar will be so Doth soothe the sorrows in my
v : of using the public tax; "
Tax Cut Bill, but the Civil Rights -
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I .I owner a property f provide grants for I .I
t Y S : Legislation has just been report. ,handicap'our' public institutionsfor As southwinds melt the snow. ,
make from the
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Herbert
1 ownership of his To" i'to I which tax monies should be ,
; and the matter will now,) property. 'I ( the Conference Re- levied. I -
be referred to the House Committee deny him the right to use his I I cannot believe that .

I on Rules. It will probablybe property as he desires may mean ,I i it a:constitutional to use the tax- I Today,, as I am writing 'this HOBBLED TO, RECORD'' !:
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the loss of his economic liver- payer's in this to are. to discuss TEMCOATLANTA "
money way Newsletter we going
month before the bill will
f I be a brought before the House. I hood, and this is one of the most provide for Church and private"JHCh&Is. I an amendment. to the Arms 1 1i i i{ trussed With; both Ernie ankles Nevers injured gained an.a'a STOVE :

j t:'bYY I will report on this} measure at important personal rights a man I I I, feel ,that when we embark Control Bill t, and, a measure to I'Rose Bowl football, record of 1U- '. \ ,

I __ length. later en, but..'...I.. have stud. har...... namely, the right to male'''. on this new program that raise the Public Debt Limit., : yards rushing on Jan. 1, 192?, aj-) ""
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bd on guard against hidden calories in hot weather thirst-quench.e .
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free sweetener Su aryl. In this delightfully refreshing Three I h
Fruit Punch (pineapple orange and lemon), calories have been
pared down from 110 to just 45 calories for each 8.ounce serving. '
,Note, too that there are no clouds in your sparkling punch rA"L't'
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Three Fruit Punch
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I slices maraschino: cherries and mint. GENERALS. ELECTRIC' ,
fakes I 3 quarts or.'12 sen'ings. Each serving contains 45 CAL- : ;
i OJUES; 0.5 gram protein; trace of fat; 12 grams carbohydrate f
t Ifmade, with sugar, each serving would contain 110 CALORIES. ,

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1 CROSS FLORIDA BARGE loss of cargo. The Project now '. :
I, CAN 3L .t-a; has a favorable economic justification .:.' .
( !!t. and would mean, in :, ,' .
I W*; are very optimistic for our my opinion, a tremendous boon

chants of having approval by to all of 'Florida. It would be of I ,.,;, .
the .Subcommittee ,or Public and overwhelming interest .
particular -
Worljj of the Hous ', Appropriations I to our people in Levy !BRIGHTEST *,* I BEST :.
*Committee of a requested '
Putnam, Flagler Clay and StJohns ;
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budg ary item of $1 million to Counties in the 8th Districtof t t ,. : Just 12 pounds of pleasure. This nerit.Electric puts I perfect 0( course. This great new 'N'1: ;
1 begin construction of our Cross ,,, I smartly'styled' lightweight is I'I'C Bluer' picture' into I : idea was designed by G.L engineers a
Florida. I have always felt really portable-truly personal. 60 square inches ((11* for YOU. The finest com .
that the completion of the Cross 3 a '.' Use it and 1 .
t anywhere everywhere diagJ.bring$ you i brighter pone/its assembled with modem, I '
: : Florida Barge Canal would open ': msida or et t; takes little more, sharper, clearer ipuge than ever reliable electronic wiring. r .
up the development of our other t, Low-priced family .. I-..'. ., tabl 'space than your telephone, I before. : :
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great waterways in the $th District ? 3 food storage with. .' '. I't.t.
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Day and I join with all other ,
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patriotic Americans in salutingthe vegetable "i' :. I ic' .

I ed Forces men and who women have.of fought our Arm for fit- bin Adjustable j stores I 2/3 door bu.; Buy Your New GENERAL .ELECTRIC Appliance : !

the preservation of our Union storage._ .i buttercompartment. -
J HOW and make' Your FIRST PAYMENT '
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veterans, and as one who served egg racks .

for,, four I am years sure during that I World join with WarII ) 19641 II '
II FEBRUARY 4th U !
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our veterans in saying that we $17495 : i
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sibilities of service. In :
fact 7A 241 W .
... every able-bodied man of the appropriate With
Florida Barge Canal This Tio- age limits will probably )- ., NO DOWN PAYMENT Trade
jrd, \'hich lu.s been a dream of have the challenge for military \ \ ::.. ; : : !
Floridian! for over a hundred service sometime during his life : .

)'ear'.standpoint was justified during from a Wprld military i' of time.the This appropriate service, responsibilitiesof to me, is one I There is notFiing''justia.s gOOlas.j General Electric, '. ;;.;..... Also Televisions and Stereos ',: :. :

War 4I I. Because we had no Cross citizenship. As a veteran I ;. --- '' .
Flora Barge Canal l. vessels have expected no special favor!) f' 4 _. .
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costi& g over $1 billion were lost from my Government, but as a "
to Qtraan submarines hauntingthe veteran and a Congressman II r-r ; ; : FULL Hr
JloriJa! coast. This monetary i have supported legislation to help SUPERTOMATIC ;
itemli oes not of course include ;care for our disabled veterans
the {Jucli more precious loss_ of and, those who are sick and haveno rrnrntciri
human life and the tremendousi place to go; Particularly am
'I I -,:-- -. -- !! I pleased that we have a great 1 'A U: I. !
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.I pl Veterans Hospital at Lake) City I GENERAL $ ELECTRIC .. :
l : and we shall soon begin another"
i : i Ma FREE I Hospital in our District adjacent I FULLY-AUTOMATIC } GENERAte ELECTRIC
j to the University of Florida
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I : TURKEYMATHER ;i,Medical population Censer is now Florida's over 700,000 veteran, I t FILTERPLO'R.; : rw ; :

.. : and we still have just a few do- I AN' G'E t ... 2 :
i ien more beds for our sick and I)
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'I .. < when our veteran population: was .
I j I I only 250000. I LB. .a i Glass Oren Door -h', .54

I I I: 1 Affairs The Administrator the Honorable of Veterans John j FAMILY WASH ,,,Y,:., .c Automatic_ electric. w oven:.-. *;: :

I i I Gleason JrM has made tremendous S'I LOAD (lfAI So-drip rook top : \ ': ; .

.. progress in helping us in BIG 12LB. CAPACITY -_ Pushbutton controls .
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!: I I Removable oren door :
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I REGULAR and SHORT WASH CYCLES -., : .
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I Sept. 27, P. K. Yonge 6 Pirates 6 ;;, : x f)

)1 ., 4 y Oct. 4, Green Cove 12 Pirates 0 "j ( Vx -:. t)

); fall e Oct. 11, Madison 25 Pirates 12 ., .d = ,

( .. Oct. 18, Baker County 6 Pirates 13 1 1na1 '" = _

I Oct. 25, Sante Fe 33 Pirates 6 .. _

Ii e Nov. 1, Douglas, a0 Pirates 20 :" .\, :: _

I 't.>' Nov. 8, Bradford High i 13 t Pirates 0 .. t \' Coy, .' = .
Yea, Team, Fight! Fight! Fight! is the yell that from these fair lassies each ,* .. ..r .
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\ Pace :rweh'oew -Lq ,,.Femandina. ..Beach, Florida + Thursday: November] : 14J9Gl1: I I II 1,!, sure thy can hear repeat important -

If an individual qualifies for. : punts 3J.an. Eaought i CROSS ONLY .1 ASKINSUONDRDMAT
} I 'MtbtMryKaichVuSKIOn
Mew Lew Sit ts.1 r ealistnient: : in the: Army ;Reserve[ I l: 1 1I 1r 1r '.'. ;;.I OT t.' r-\ .. .
'I : under this plan he U required to i ii C ritip c.'C'r iso ; -
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Age Group .:active 'drat'' for training in the Abeard USS Mulphenj l !I hotel One gS ewna' ormer sr- i
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Military! StOtU5 The' maximum! active* duty. required 'Mabusry G. Hatch',, b'catswain'smate : mobile, strong and becutlf lien j i For Ov /Customers
will be determined by the i I' .third class! ,' USN, sojof J.I II r: can .t1 motivate him into dohgi .

JACKSONVILLE Fla., Nov. I training, period necessary1 fb I Mr. and Mrs. Dayid L Qralkm! .something, except rust away ; > I : ,3Irs. Kathryn AbelsAttendant
With the enactment of Public qualify the individual in the mill I of 2eS3 South Fletcher: AVt, is i, 1 'wit& depression and despair? I j AT 1
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Law 83-110. September 3, 1963, a' for wh'ch he I serving aboard the attack cargo I,' 4' i' cN am so concerned. I am a ;etiredmiaister.Our I _
tary specialty en- 1: : J : "
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uniform military service obliga lists.. Under this active 'ship USS 'Mtiliphen ,whicti left :''f f 1L 4 Yc F 0f t hotel is non-denom- t":1 513; South Eighth. Street"
i i ticn waa established. Under previsions duty for training. ,program will be delayed Norfolk. Va., Oct 10, for a fire fI 9' + 7 x I kinational You probably know us. CORNER n :, *..o ,

; '.of the law, every youn uj to one year to allow gradual week training cruise iir the'I Car-I Please do not use any real 'names.Cin :. .lYn as!: ,
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; unmarried American: man are 1728 .b t 'CY ;:' you help. .
tion frost high school i 4 t :; : : ; .
faces total I I As member 0.l..the, Atlantic I : "'t.'t; "_v
six-year ;
a mlitaql!' a 1 Clergyman, New York State.t .
This will permit the qualified! ,..
obligation: This holds true whether Fleet amphibious forces Mullphento "
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he"'fchters the armed forces'' young man, need conduct refrfesher training war y'h >Yj -. ...... ...
I. the unit exists, to enlist in the to improve its batiU efficispcy.. j,day I visited your hotel! Within
i voluntarily, or is drafted. I Ij II unit knowing be will serve a per. The ship expects to visit, St. Thomas .' 1" ?3. miles of yeu a new geriatrics DON'T' lET .

j The, current reserve enlistment I It iod of active duty for training Virgin Islands,and Kingstcri,. center his, opened. In an immed. : WINTER.
i t program offered by the U, S.1 I sufficient to qualify in the military Jamaica before ccmpletbg the I late letter r dar I am sendingyou I
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Army Reserve gives a young mana specialty which he desires, Draining. 1 the name and address. Frankly -
II 1 unique opportunity to plan his I'I and agrees to, and which ia needed n f '. ,S '. Y3,r." 'ra : your guest" dos not belong ina .
: future without lengthy active by the unit. I 4 retirement hotel Your guest is : CATCH YOU

fcervi e in the armed forces. UPon completion of the require ed period of active duty for train in reality a patient in need rf
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ing, the individual will serve professional -
with his lccal Reserve unit in a from the Walt Dis"n Y movie 'Savage Sam", benefit by physiotherapy and all

.. pay drill status (Ready Reserve) which may be seen at the Ilan" theatre for 3 big days, 'the vivid. rehabilitation techni COLI
This program gives young men a Thursday and : ques. Please get him there!
t : Friday Saturday. O
convenient way to fulfill 1 their i '_ S i, NEED' HELP ON A PROBJLEM -

military service obligation, and ,I : I ? Write to Helen Alpert,
can open} tha door to an interesting -!I ( National Senior Center, Lehigh
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I asscc&ted with civilian. industry.I'I I newspaper. Write today for the ORDER FUEL

D.., <\ The individual's'3 :'six-year military j' I free list of the' many booklet and Filled
obligation is. .thus fulfilled and services available! to you, endy
I active compliments of this column.NO .
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for training and Ready Reserve I Befero Tlis'
duty I I f: NEED FOR ZOO' BIfORflHfWINllRRUSH

Fcr complete! information about 1.." I Why doesn't A. R. Rector of )., .. First Cold Dsy!

t U. S. Army Reserve job openings Fort Collins, Colo., ever go to the ..

write, visit or call one of I cNi3'e too? Take a look at his backyard
,'''. .>dJwr. I' and count the animals:
the offices located at Naval. Air .,.
I Nine' buffalo. I. HEATING\ PROBL'MS ?
1 i vey* r r J Station, Jacksonville, Fla., phone i i I One hundred ueacocks. ,
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number 337-1646; 751 W. 41st And 17 pheasants.;
I I. WAS BORN IN 1876I ing. What do you think? Is this :
St., Jacksonville, phone 765-4441'1 I admire the down-to-ear4h : a problem everywhere? It can't Not to mention "all the cats. I SEE OUR EXCELLENT LINE OF ,
j : "I like animals, Rector.
8723 Atlantic Blvd., Jacksonville, says
I. practical help you give. But .yoj : be possible that we get the only
phone 721-9400; 1125 N.E. 8th i )jook like a young woman. Where I|| numbl r-speakers in the country? j
(yourself in'this picture now Ave., Gainesville, phone 372-2578"1 did you, get so much practicalurious l I Six! Oldtimers in Kansas. QUAKER HEATERS.
4300 Lemon Ave., Palatka, phone experience? I'm just i '
j Fcr' a' bunch cf Oldtim"ersreu've TortureTest .
t 328-1631; or 401 S. Main St., 1
Ocala,. phone 6293800. Bradford Pa. I effectively pinpointed toe
low-cost Home Loon I I was born in 1876 and not as I day's newest news in adult education -
I get'a PESTICDES IN MAN young as you think. To capsuleeverything :j
I into short How smart yon are! You I Good
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I Stewart Udall said it in the same words used
Interior
.J Secretary swer, I have been in actual rej! i
told the National Auduborn by enlightened educators all over .
i dence in large retirement
a community
: Building! or buying, you're on your way: to'a "I Society convention in Miami that for some time.. Believeme the nation. On' my desk is. a Downtown Gulf .

l" '. home of your own, sooner than youreasonable think.See pesticides residues have been this sires a strong on-lhe-! freshly-revised survey for teach. Housekeeping "
I I found in nearly every type of I spot look at every problem, every ers and speakers. It *as a main I ) .
I '; R :t us fcr a Home at interest warm-blooded animal, including I answer! Almost 10 years ijgo, I contribution to a regional confer -- -- ,
I ,, ., humans. found myself profoundly interested : ence on aging I. attended this
{ t : rates. RepaymentLoan arranged in installments I -! !in retirement ant'' Ibegan 'I month. to your program chair I' NEW HOME ,
thinking out solutions.aging.. The : man and bring these points. to G a ,',
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,i szed! to income. Fast, friendly .service. best solutions! i his attention.. He'll be grateful I FOR SALE: .', <, ,...
FREE So will the speakers! lIere's.I I '" c'I.

., WHO'S TOO OLD? I nutshell sequence of "platfdrm !. ONLY ,',
I pointst" comfortable chairs o
My sister and I are 54 and 56, t. better j C' .
more and lights clear
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Fer nantf/fia a; TURKEYSEE 22S146; I
I never married. I would l love to large-size demonstration mater. j ;)'11...: .
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She has been associated' blackboards, big writing, so that I "
Savings & ::1 I with motels, etc. and would like vision can supplement hearing I PAUL C. BURNS I A Complete. Line Of Appliances .

a I to learn the profession of thisactual a:, eliminte outside noises ., i" r ..tH. ..,I. 1
l operation and bashes, speak distinctly,. stand still, study PHONE 261-3606 I ,- ".. :.,
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w 1 I week ago I hugely enjoyed talking .

with a sprightly ladyVh:) al.1 f LOWEST PRIJCES EVERl :
ways loved music, wanted to'com:
I! pose operettas, never rot beycnd; i iI
t+ humming melodies in her mind.j

I She now studies piano .andstarted harmony I
\ I. wt I practices v;,{crously ever I II SE THE YOUNGSTER I M YOUR LIFE l SPARKLE WITH DILI8HT

x 1I day. ,Her hears: of pleasure and "
I I satisfaction are supreme! Consequently ;' ;
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I to be with. She this : ; :;

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day years age GIVE A
I could start anew at 95: 'l ;,;
I tr I slowing up you young kids of 511 I II 'J
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s I via the mailman, I'll send i iI .Western flyer SI.CYCLE .
It I you her name and address. Write j ,.

i to me National Seniorspeakers Center, I .
Lehighher Acres, Fla.

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.r ing; discussion of current events .
t Xx nice when there onl "
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20 of us. But now 200 people .l .
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7 a aw x I sit in back rows unless we''LOUDER I ;<- G'fls! 24 26 Inch
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row say j Wk'.
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t S I they use a blackboard to write .
{ : on,, why don't they write ia big i "'

M C. M ,N I letters we can see better?. Design :; .
Lately some lip-readers joined "
v. 55r. \ .'x. the groupet and half the time they if *
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or face the wrong way, read I II ; fi ,
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I their face. Is it too impoliteor Ii Iiwe and Handlebars! '
,w shoutso "Louder, Please!" fromif 'J
r' fr NY the back of the hall? Or how cattention an i i '

r we call their ? I: ,. "; ,
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t for speakersthis who come to a .
"f5'b group like us? We are writingto Flamboyant t. Finish! :'
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;; on its way. At 2:01 a.m., November 17, can dial direct Assembled AtNo '
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Beginning November 17t start enjoying}

: equipment will go into opcration- :sig- the speed, convenience and economy of dialing E !# ::1 Extra Cost!. LAY-AWAY NOW 1! : : '

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1 ;.; the advantage of low station-to-station rates. 1
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4cr a fTn4,:rum >ir J9ry. f. 19. Box 4flM.1,1 I: Jajer ,arid birthday vcakes, jies."All 'The 'Little 'Bird $ : ;

: : Similar Notice Jacksonville, Fla. 1' ...?J14e. 4612 jdndji.: ,Call". .Patricia, ',"-odge./tfe I I .. I '......... ; I I

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ppaw.qrd .ue atlA1ttIIi I

26J-36\6 4o"i tt'Uj 7 EOn $J\ fill R17.1O1E I FUD.. ,- HANDY WAY "If I I
i.or J) are ad / tire ti 1 1ie i Points'arfa. No!j Jlo '.' ,
atJR down'payment' $G5 mQftii.\} >iJgr 1 obon\ jlftwelry Qompny I t,

-T----L t >' ,}..A4. .Street_ : novated msUe and out. Phone I" be glad to "hold your gift choice la' great .many .:pf .ple I j l I :
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: : 1P. 9 flr. 6. tfc on their Lay-Away Plan. tfc r'l :- I I
-r ,.- 0... .. J.." ., ..'.. I ': .hov. had t elr 'JCJ i 'I
-II: ,f SA 5UILPIKG! IN iYWE --: ,pPJ .FJ'Jf.cnmoor._ nfl _l f" h." 'l ( i I
large 4ot "Sate. : lug.:"Floor'tile. ,fi\l1)\ Hanson.Phone J .. :
fronting
-on
._.. .1 ..- .j :1 ,
.7' -
-Rjjaj .0200. :20 x 300 lot road I' 261-4609, jtfc r ;
VERY GOOD double! bed size .
; ( frontage. 40 x 60' with 14'clear I I
: SpJingaire ,fp.am rubber mattress -] scan Two doors RELIGIOUS CHRISTMAS; ,4P I

box .springs with metal I 12 x 13'. Wiied.ceiling.for three phase,I.'I Greeting Cards :Thpmpsqn i, !: "

frjjme, ,Cplonial "Heirloom" bedi i 220 volts. an be finl ied.I .< World and Scofiel4 Bibles.Concordances i l I
.Call 261-4425 Bible dictionaries
ipfegd. 51 I Phone 225-5JJ86. N8pI ..and study books. J I
pn1. N14p Ca.l} h ;
I '
{ I QUAIL df ssed. $fOG each.,I 5203; after 5 p.m. we .days:, } I
UrRlT I ;
\ PIANO and* Royal( 7h.4tU49 or q1: .. ..J.ji and all day Saturday. FithUn1izjte4 ,
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typewriter.32r '9r! ;.r ..! :;'. : -, -- rlQ !taph-! .W, rII
j4tI52., : \\fc'' 62 ,PLDSMQBILE Fj85, 4door Beat?., 10' ,N. JJetcher} :. Ave.. 1b' | ;:l

JJ|50 >|or 'fl 140 efluity, ,* with' __: .- ;
Fiffi7 T.i '
COAT "'- !fUIU'ug mu k- Jl i40j) ; bqce. ;Ph. 225-5416 j :
rat, Muff 4o.eiafeh.C4'years'old. ; .. NU .NJk'AWThD ; 1
M.ade by Canadian Fur Co. Ph .. --- --? .

26J-3711.\ tfe SINGER SLANT NEEDLE- WAITRESS. 21 or over. Apply jn :
.. _t :
Sewing Machine i ; one owqer, like .person at Blue Seas Restaurant !
STRAIGHT STICK 1958 Chev-' new Zig-Zags buttonholes. ...Original -I Nlc i \ !
joist, 2-door low mileage ( l price over $200. Payoffbalance i ; I :
fine condition one owner o* $C8.44 or reliable $65 ,V.KLY. AND MORE : ; I ; | ( )

?.ij. Johnson, Jr; 20 ,$outhJ9th party: may,pick up $3.00 ..monthly for" reliable)| | man or, woman to 1 I \ 1 i \ ,

St. Phone. 2G14837.tfc : .payments.; Phone 261-4157. seryic customers in ..erip-:! .l I
Nile dina BQ3 q. Full or'., art .time.i :

DPIER pew location.& GAY SMell's IN.TS Grocery-, TWO' UNFURNISHED houses \\o, No Products invesln\ent., Ipc., ,Dept.Write. .1(4 Vtkizs, ?. O.I .I' Top tp/e To :I } ; ( : !

2li Atlantic Ave be moved* from, present loca. Box 2447, $Ie.mp.his, q: rn. N4pQU4JIANTEEP 1 II I I ; :
t i: tion. See at 110 N. 4th or cpn-I I :
NPTJCEIt's( later'than ypu tact First Baptist Church.: 2q .\ N, Y. :. IVEINDld' BY RUSSELLJC4X i :
thipk Time to reserve your \; jobs. -|35455yeek.. Fare : :
Christmas! selections at Robi- f' l I .do not subscribe to ports I c&ped, ; I
BEDROOMS, batfis .adanced. Mallory. Agency, Lyn-
THREE ,2
'
Illustrated" and .when I .received'I brought it : 1
Jewelry Company, their !
ton on breakfast nook, dining room, )jrqok. N. Y. W.\ : I
,convenient\ Lav-Aw.ay .Pan.| large cedar ,ft copy in the mail .the other day; :
family room Ijqed -. I : CS
p tIe : I thought the Post Office had 1 ty gaye '
l'_' storage room, large.,dpuble\ garage SITUATION made J'- mistake. Checking the I I I [ :
covered patio. Lot 136 x 1Q4.
1957 PLYtOUrII: V-8 hardtop, address .label again to make sure' lead I I } ,
jq: Je! ch S.tFOR. :rhQIlft ,2p14t7. WANTED: :
:I found they hadn't. I I : ,
plu ,and whjte. Radio and heat- Dick Pope : : ,
.er,'pu h button drive Good for tie\ ........ ...... \" '. % 11 Evidently i someone .had .sent It. I* quote: :
I .second car or milI' ear. $275 ---- T OFFICE JOB wanted. Typing to me which brought up the question ,: "The I.
I ,cash. Phone 2614467. nc RENT and :Shprthand. Phone 261>58>6. -"Why!" Thumbing through aC
N14c it I found out when I Sjble and i
I
soon en \
I I ; ; CI
EiALUM MAQE'Venetian -- ---- prompter !
CUSJQM opntered a feature entitled
.
blinds measured and 'ONE BEDROOM and two bedroom ,- 1 ':; ''' '. is IS
"Babes in a Swampland" by William today
)installed. Wide! range' :of .colors..PORTER .. .f !nished apttments.Norrn WANTED B. Furlcng. 'I 1 03 who ea

; ,& LOVEQUIST ColorCeter ,Fletcher, Year round t-- ..u .' ,., .". J. I've read many stories of Dick, is ;
j>hone ,2G13OC8.: .tfc .rent!. j'h. 2G1-3595. ,tfc FISHING "BRAWLER, about JO' Pqpe and hia Beautiful rCgpress I fpn}now who

429 S. 5th THREE bedroom quipp .d am rigged, fully Gardens ,and have written a number -
2/uI
58 :PIPMQI1ILE t08, radio: i! unfurnished house, garage, sound. State age, builder, other ; myself but ,my pat is off to Pope, & \
/
jhcater er steering, brakes. I
pqw
details and lowest figure ac-jFtjrlong for the .most complete: :
large yard. $45 month. Ph. osis of
(
ah. Fi.2G1.5273. tfc
$qQQ I
J: .... .---...... ..- .2614277. N21c.I ceptable. F. C. Duir, Bridge. and comprehensive covering of ay that i
HEMNANTVINYL1 ACCOLON ., town,. 'Va.WANTED this fascinating, ubject. L .Lewis V1'f.:
--
THREE ,BEDR001Ilnfurnishe'd Over the years I have watched Randolph I ;
.instock.. 9 ft. width. ,J1.G5 sqyd I TO BUY good used }
.,.Jiorter ,& Loyeqit Color i house, hot water heater. ,On Jru.mpj& !Cypress Gardens grow from just I straint of aa
Jfarry .PfiQle, 2Q1- '
Center. Ph. 261-3068. tic : Sheffield Road. LzSheffield.Ph.I {another neglected and worthless ,En the I :
1
$G01. 261.3805. tIc
2614344. N14c: or !swamp to an outstanding world done : :

40 Up'"ELECTRIC. start Johnson! I WANTED :THINKING men I attraction and 'followed ,\he .est. I i .
BEACH APARTMENTS less of Its ;
year amazing
outboard motor run only !3 who shop ahead for Christmas. career creator -l \ .1.
ho rs. Mr. Connelly, I round. $35-$55 month, furnished .haswonderful ,from .his high school days, I
2615751tfc electricity! included. Ph. Robison' Jpwelry wide Company I[but 'I have been, so close to itt .

?61.54fG.) tfc ,of a gifts and, jewelry assortment for. all that the 't thrill of .the_story es.PUBLIC -I i I

12 FT. MAHOGANY plywood -r'
.tfc
tastes.
'
Lay-Away now.
ibolt, 3 hp Johnson, Champ !JtCfNIR, APTS. NPUCE{ !
tilt trailer. Like new. Call 261. ONE I 3 .ROOM 'FURNISHED '
NOTICE OF APPLICATION.
9oo or ::261, 18G. ,Uc I .dowjis\airs, private \ba.tK? ,Utjlitfo PUBMC NOTICE FOR TAX DEED : '
Pf THE CIRCUIT COURT; : OF THE -See. '194.1C, F.S.jfOTJCE .
', hot Jind cold water fur
FOURTH JUDICIAL ,ClRCtjlT.. 'IN IS .HEREBY.'nIVEN. thatC.
DOZIER & ..GAY'PAINTS -> nished: Also Bejch Kinte AND FOR NASSAU CQUMY" FLOlIDA. ":- A. Tompkws tbe Jiclder of the f ol--
Bejt for the South, and at reasonable Rental? gas heat, ranging, lowing rWicates has filed said cer
IN CHANCERY. Uflctes for.a ,tax deed'to be ifsuedTbe 4
prices. Shiell's Grocery, from $$25 jo jiTJ jnonthly. ,Can .)to. .::19 U1erepn. certificate numbers and
.211 Atlantic Ave. completely furnish. For in- MID:STATE 1IO\lfS.: ,15'C., .a .')ears of issuapceUe .j3ecj-iptl9n of
i. formation 911V.. I. Mc r.aniet i Florida Corporation, Plaintiff, ,I'the property, and .the' 'n1IT.es IB .yhicnit
# was ;assessed are as"follows: ,, .
8Q7 STANLEY DR. completely 2614642.. 'tfc.nc VI. Certificate No 6 Year of Issuance 1961
,redecorated, 3 .bedrooms, pajcfjoprs qLAREXCE. W 1 CIlEAVE, S., I Description Property Xot 42 Section ,
DdeudanLOTICE
,
1 township 3 Noith Range 23E. '
D WNSlAmSPARTIENT '
nice patio. 11000. Only \ ? OF SUIT Name in which assessed Bradley L
,$400 down. unfurnished.\ Corner 4th and I THE STATE .OF FLORIDA Jlailey -K

: .. Calhoun, 4acrp i ,$ttftt &$KI:Ira: aarence Residence W.unknown Ch avers 'I County;All of of said Nassau property, LIsts,being of /lorida.in JKe I I

OiliY l A50 DOWN .- !3.5O a Fchool St Joseph's Academy. Ypu are hereby notfied' that a suit Unless such certificate j>r certifj- :
"smalf i threebeJ: rhone 261-4200 or 2613800. tfc,I has" been filed against you..it the rates shall tie refieqmed according to
m .room two bath }1qme. Pan-. are hereby required to file your answer certificate! or certificajts will be sole
OXE FVRNISHED unfur.rished uitn the Clerk of this Court am;
one to the highest bidder at the curt
,elI Jiving room, ,Fre place. oceansioe. to serve a copy thereof upon the.pI4n.' house door on the. first Monday in
f apartment tiff or pUintuf Attorney, whose n3lfte. Worth[ of I cem er. 1963, whica js f
'& Year roun Jahn T. Ferreira Son Fhone 26M138. ifcP31VATK George ,A. teogeanms Dated this :30th day of October. 19G3!) .

59Sttlintjc .Nf. Ph2n! 3bJSl1I I 830 Jacksonville Cjnph isuilding 2. Floridanot I Clerk of Circuit D. 0. Court Oxley of Clerk Nassau' ,r ; ;
ROOM with bath, .j later than December 8ttv A. p. County Florida
:TWO BEDROOM HOME Hock of Post Office. Priva'e 1963.If. 4t ' IB.3U 11-7, ]4. '1 :
LIVING JIOOM,litehen .anjiath, entrance- ,Phone 261-5186, 2C1- fesso you Mute fail: to entered do so. decree afatasfyou-pro con ,_ _" _, : \

T\ o-car garage and extra large 4341. tIe the rebel demanded la the Complaint. PUBLIC NOTICEKQTICE :
the nature of jaid suit being! tot
room .d.Qivnta, Completely .
foreclosure of mortgage encumbering Of APLIctTLO (
Anthers tripped, insulated.' Fur VACATION APTSOC ; the following described property sit- 'FOR TAX DEED. ;

bished. On .city sewerage. 70 x ( ;ANERONT APT. completely ..te-.in Begin Nassau to the County Southwest, Florida corner, to-wit of : ,fee. 19-!.1I, FS.

126 lot. .16J5 S. Vfctcher. $10- fql11Js e4' Day, wek,.|r mony!} Lot No. 3. thence jo limb .1i1Uttt! NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thaiCTCTTuqua ;;

85p. '' 584. X. ,Fletcher. .. Ave.. ,261-5878.. to apoint. ,thence South East 100 100 feet feet tea totk1tO.5 .following' certificates; 7r..Ue-. has lder"'of filed said the I
< ft :If ft tic point a : thence Wett 100 feet to,Point certificates Yor a tax deed to be issued !
ThhlJiEflRQ1 JIQMJ! bf Beginning with right of ingress 1 < t ereqrt' The certificate number
I The above being a and jean of issuance the leacriplion
LIVING{ ROOM, dining area, kitchen UPPER DECK AP\S. ... ojnplete- and egrtjs.'L.lit NoT 3. ottied by .Waiter portion I of the 'property ana the namesin ..
and utility: rpom. Carport ly furnished including -TV Herring and recorded In Deedn3rage2t I which it was assessed are as lot:

,lafge landscaped yard, fenced P e 1 18. tfc: B Nassau*:" County:,-public Fionua.Ljuig .recordsof I lows Certificate:' -No.. 96 Year- pf Jssuanci1M1 :
kkypd. $10,250. Must be seen and being in the SW'4 of
to be 2OT S. -15th1SC ', the .NEU of Sectioir 35 Township uescnption of Property BItfk 13(:I
: appreciated. TWO ROOM, furnished apartment I North ange U East lots, 7, 8 Town of Hdliard ; .j ..
f ; I WTT.VESS my .hani( and the seal of Name ,In which assessed unknown .
., ft ft jt Court at Fernandma Beach. Jlor: All J4 sajd ,property! bejng in the,
*T taU.this 31st day.ftf,OcUier.A.10. ,,00 CountY Jiassau. ttate'sit JElonda.:
t FOREST iilCy5! .! -H. F. SAHU1AN AL) AV D. 0 OXLEY Unless such certificate o* certificates -..
'Stanley Drive'S bedrooms PIiO4E261.3221? Clerk of the Circuit CourtA shall bf redeemed accordiitjM
gill) described In suet
herein law the property
filed
c .1 living room, kitchen dining! (is copy attached of the to Complaint the copy of this not certificate or certificates .,.i1l.be sole! f !J
I room, utility room. Hardwood YEAR ROUND two bedroom ce .shicbjs mailed tp each ,defendant, to the ,highest bidder. at the cour
house door on the first Monday ii I
om' resTdence more specific
.fIcors. FHA $11,000. $350 furnished! or unfurnished apart- or inne Month of December. 1S63.which U tbi
I state country was given
I JQWII, po closing I costs. m.nt on beach. Phone 261-3733 nan sworn a statement or filed herein bye 2nd day of December. 1961 ;; /
Dais .tM21st,day .of October 196: 1 :
ft ft ITJ" i Howard Hammoni .224'S.. Fief plainUrt.: 'kis, aeai .11:1.vt attoney.Y.i4.'11 ( D. O. OXltJ

212 S. FLETCJIEROne d1 r. tfc !, _,_._ .! Clerk of Circuit CourTorNassav. -

story duplex, life time roof. PUBLIC NOTICE 4t County. Florida 1024.31. U-7._ 1'::

I Lijre pyfor1oth.In one and rent other. to MISCEklANfQUS; NOTICE TO CREDITORS ,

FLORIIU S'UTL'TESTlt "
'I .i \ .
& 1
ft *t\ IN COIRT OF TilE COUNTY -:
t .8l6 CEDAIt,-. PERSONAL Santa: I really JIrni}:. JiASSAU .COu.. n";; >J.OR- IOR YOUR
LV PROUATE.la .
Five bedroom, two s oiy frame peed a neyr watch for Cb igtmas. IDA re: Estate of 1
Jione. $4,500.PETE Why not lay it away now while Julii B. ChadHflck Deceased.T KEATINGtifiDS
Crtdiwn u4 Persons Having
INGRAM Salesman \te selection Is goo3 at R bin Wms All jf .,Il.tJP.aJW gainst.sa14 JESt.1 1I : {
; L -LJJ'pnon, Broker Jewelry Company? saLe:
Love Ann. tie You and each of you are hereby notified :
13 North 4th Phone 26t-U6 I and required to present any
n claims and demands which you. or! I'
L&TEX" WALL PAINE -.. .Dot- L.ET ALCpHOUCS ANONY. either tlate'of' of Julia yeu. B.nay Chadwick.have against deceased.the SEE :

let & Gay's, at $345 gallon. MOUS help with your drinking late of said County. to the County,
,Sh>U's Grocery, :21?"Atlantic i problem, Wrjte Box 3-18,, Judge of Nassau County. Florida. athis i
City or Phone Jai. El 6-7700 office in the court house Florida.itua of saidCounty :
.Ae. at Jernandina Beach. T
iii : tic- six Calendar months rom the ,11PUOTHERM r t t ; :
SLANT-0-iJtTlC .tune--of the first publication of.this : :
sew-
SIN \
notice. Two copies of each claim or YOUR ;
VANITY BEAUTY SHOP
ing machines. Repairs, for any demand shall be in writing and shall !
: nke raach.ine. William Rhodes erjnanenta.. fropi $5* Rrescription tate the place of residence and post j :
office address of the claimant "and I j
iC/0 btqer. of NlipI .budget Ph. ::261J & tt r attorney and accompnIed BOSS
J; '. py a filing fee of one dollar and such 1 ; I

__ : tt WASHIJJQ! ; < MACHINE REPAIRS claim or demand not so filed shall be. TEMCO4TLATA j : 1 It

any make. Stoves cleaned. yoid.ElUa eth C. Dressier

trade At HUM ;:Buy, se.ll, repair used furniture,. As Julia administratrix''Ji. Chadwickdecfjsed.4t of the Estate. pf .'. STOVE: ; .i t *
Ph. 26W442 or 225-5294. tfc 10-31. 11-7. 14, 21 ,'* :

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Page Fourteen News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, November, 19631 all stocks of longlwf, loblolly, ruary. Foresters estimate that
- Arizona Cypress, and Cottonwood .- more' than 100,000,000 seedling: :
specJEg' I tyr said. trees from all sources will be
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17th.
News From Still available slash the Torture
are some planted during current sea-
I Lutheran Church Meeting in ..
. the Conference Room at 11:00: a.m. k pine, sand PJQfaRed i Cedar, Juni- son, in Florida. ",-,
I MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18th. per, and. TiM&o gum <<
; The Rec CenterBY Teen Ballet and Toe Class in Most species are removed Fresh cake soap will last longerif Test
:: "lifted" the it is allowed to few .
from
weeks
the Auditorium at 3:30: p.m., Jul or nurser- age a \
anne Owens, Instr. ies, and packed in bundles for before using. Soap contains mOiS-!
SANDY DeSANDRO
Beginners' Ballet Class in the shipment and transplanting by ture and should be unwrapped, Downtown Gulf

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14th. Men and Boys' Health Club .in Auditorium at 4:30 p.m., Julanne tree farmers during the month during ag'ng: so moisture can I
Playschool in the Club Room at the Health Club Room, day and Owens, Instr. of December, January, and Feb- evaporate. !I ,
9:30 a.m., Carolyn Vizcarrondo, evening. Arts Puppet Theatre (ages 6- ;

Adult leader. I Atlantic Avenue Playground, 8)) in the Club Room at 3:30 p.m., ? -
.Home Demonstration Club in supervised play, 3:30-5:30 p.m., .Faith Britton, Instr.
the Conference Room at 10:00: Don Nar iey, Instr. Island 'Squares Club in the f >ae n .a

Lm.Pre. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15th. Game Room at 7:30 p.m. t t .vM Y.'
-Ballet Class in the Auditorium Fun Fair ((5th and 6th grades) Cotillion Club Board Meetingin
at 10:00: a.m., Julanne Owens in the Auditorium at 3:30 p.m. the Game Room at 8:00
Instr High School Football Dance in Jaycees in the P.m.1
Advanced Ballet and Toe Classin I the Auditorium at 10:00. p.m. Room at 8:00 p.m. BENEFITS .
the Auditorium at 3:30 p.m., Sub.Teen Club in the Game Credit Union Night School in r "3; as !EVERYBODY
Julanne Owens Inst. itoom at 7:15 pm. the Club Room at 7:30( p.m. r
Rehearsal for NUTCRACKERSSUITE Men and Boys' Health Club in Adults and Teens' Ceramics '.!\\f-
in the Auditorium at 4:30: the Health Club Room, day and Class in the Ceramics Room at '
p.m., Julanne Owens Instr. I event.g. 7:00 p.m., Hank S.des, Instr. =
Adult Ballroom Dance Class in !!!!! -
I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER ,16th. I Men and Boys' Health Club in II
the Auditorium at 7:30 p.m., Mr.I Men and Boys' Health CUb in the Health Club Room, day and : R a -

fend Mrs. Gil Becker, Instrs. the Health Club Room, day and I'' evening. II I I .,. ,
"
Adult Ceramics Class in the evening. Atlantic Avenue Playground, I -
Charlton Heston and Sophia Loren may be seen in the Tg
Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m., Hank Cotillion Club Monthly Dancein play, 3:30-5:30 ,. fromFernandina ,
supervised : : p.m. spectacular production "EL CID", showing at the Ilan .
Sides, Instr. the Auditorium at 9:00: I j
I. p.m. Don Nanney, Instr Theatre and Beach'sBeautiful
Senior Citizens Club in the Teen Club in the Game Roomat Sunday. Monday. I "
19th.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER HistoricFT.CL
I :
Conference Room at 7:00: p.m. 7:30 p.m. ; J{
Playschool in the Game Room, Men and Boys' Health Club in :

9:30.11:30m.: ., ,Carolyn Vizcar- the Health Club Room, day and I I Seedling Orders
rondo adult leader. I
Ceramics Class (ages 9.11)) in evening.Teen Ballroom Dance Class M3H i
Reach Million
50
i
the Ceramics Room at 3:30: p.m., (Senior High School Teens) in I
Hank S.des! Instr. the Auditorium at 7:15 ,
p.m. !
1A oWlFor Tap Dance Class in the Audi. I I
torium at 3:30 P.M., Julanne Sandy Atlantic DeSandro Avenue Instr.Playground I, in State ProgramFlorida's

Owens, Instr.Intermediate, supervised play, 3:30-5:30 p.m., 1
Ballet Class in 36th annual reforestation -
Don Nanney, Instr. .
the Auditorium at 4:30: p.m., Jal THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21st. drive is off to a good' STATE PARKel
t Instr. start according to State Forester i
anne Owens, 4
Pre-Ballet Class in the Audi \
Painting for Leisure in the Club C II.. Coulter, with more than i I i
torium at NkOO a.m., Julanne .
Room at 7:30 p.m. half of this year's available seed' If love .-1 .
AnythingAnd Owens, Instr.Playschool. t you history, )'ou'lllove h
Men and Boys' Health Club in lings sold by advance orders. ? .;
in the Game Roomat the fort itself and its
i'
Health Club}) Room and .
the day More than 49,585,000 seedlings.I
9:30 Tizcarron-
Carolyn
a.m. 'w
evening. do, adult leader. I for-planting! have already been: IS.r, museum. If you love camping _'
EverythingYou Square and Fun Dancing (Senior Advanced Ballet and Toe Classin sold Coulter said. i. and picnicking, you'll .
in the Auditoriumat
Teens)
High Sandy DeSandro the Auditorium at 3:30: p.m., The four Florida Forest Ser love the park with its.
7:15
Instr. p.m. i Julanne Owens, Instr. vice nurseries have a total 80,- campsites and trails. If you .!_

Tri Hi Y Club in the Hobby Rehearsal for NUTCRACKERS 000,000 seedling trees ready for /.
love find them .
fishing
S you'll |
Room at 7:30: SUITE in the Auditorium at 4:30 removal, with first shipments ; : ,
p.m.Barbershoppers p.m., Julanne Owens Instr. starting November. 26. 'iS biting at FT. CLINCH STATE -PARK. y
can count on prompt, courteous I in the Confer. Adult Ceramics Class in the Farmers, timber growers, and h i,y
ence Room at 8:00 p.mAtlantic ADULT AND CHILD TOURIST _
service whenever you call on us. We I Avenue Playground, Ceramics Room at 3:30: pm landowners may purchase the
3:30.5:30 Hank Sides, Instr. seedlings production cost, f.o.b., AND RESIDENT. ALL BENEFIT
play :
supervised p.m.
I
make it easy for you to get cash, Don Nanney, Instr Adult Ballroom Dance Class in nursery, or they may call for FROM FT. CLINCH STATE t
I the Auditorium at 7:15 p.m., Mr, them at the nursery site.
whether need few dollars J WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20th. PARK.
you a or a and Mrs. Gil Becker, Instrs. Advance orders have exhausted r1
sizeable loan. Arts Puppet .Theatre (ages J 9 Men and Boys' Health Club in
and up) in the Game Room at 3:30: the Health Club, Room, day and ,
p.m., Faith Britton, Instr. evening- :
AND NOTE THIS! Ceramics Class (ages 12.14)) in Atlantic Avenue Playground:, FREE ;': : ,;
the Ceramics! Room at 3:30: p.m., supervised play 3:30-5:30 p.m, t;: : : :, /;< :i <<"". of (
Everything is custom-tailored to suit you and Hank Sides, Instr. Don Nanney, Instr. r. \\ .,<.,'w,;# I/ Sf i ::dJt e -
your pocketbook. Adult Ceramics Class in the TURKEY ., ';) ;:t ( ':r< "& f:} \tf $ :t!:.. .; f: Z L -'
Ceramics Room at 7:30 p.m,
Hank Sides, Instr. Southeast! Paper

: Florida Public Utilities

". loans up MB I to $600 FOR YOUR 'industry Payroll I SEE I Co. e



G.A.C. FINANCE HEATINGHEEDS At $549.4 Million I! J4AIftE J* "1 T y 4

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CORPORATION It was interesting to learn, _
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AMOUNT PAYMENTS FOt I from information gathsredby: t' --i--- : --5- -
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Conservation $990999999999999999999999999999999999999999'Armour's
the Southern Pulpwood -
YOU Gn 24 MONTHS 20 MONTHS MONTHS 12 MONT{ SEE I
Association that payrolls of I S I
$75.00 $3.06 $5.47 $7.55
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the pulp) and paper mills in the
160.00 S 9.49 10.79 11.67 16.11 the South and purchases of pulpwood -I I: Canned
A25.00 14.96 28.35 O.69 42.50 MATHERYOUR by these mills totaled more Blue Ribbon Chuck lb. 9

600.00 34.39 39.3 2.66 59.3 than a billion dollars last year. I
DEALER FOR The significance of this is;: -. Picnic Hams $1.19 ? I
308 Atlantic Avenue DUO.THERMBOSS greater I than it might seem attiin1. : STEAK 79c

gtars rr'vY s ampir.,< >>nhl ._ sti BONELESS .,. ". .
-""- frrnentffaa S otft,fforftfa 1 ..!ttstsF /' rt I ..!sshcccse a ss r- :. -

Telephone 26 t.368 t abe] payroll]} in its areas of opera- 3 Pounds __ .
TEMCOATLANTA tion. However, few industries buyso
Off u MOlin:Doily'.S:Wednesday 1 Saturday Ill much of their raw material 8 Mayfair Cottage J
ALSO FIVE CONVENIENT OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE STOVEFfIh1filllhIA'i from local independent businessmen :
who, in turn buy this wood Blue Ribbon lb.

..-- --- -- from so many individual land 4 CHEESE 25' :

owners. : Chuck Roast 39c
That however, is just what the
region's pulp and industry Pound Cup J
... does. It did that in paper 1962 to the : \ Limit 1 With $5.00 OrderS _

T 'lA O/OP tune; of $511.7 million which was e
distributed over 12 states through
:':; U4f HiHil ': .,. purchases of pulpwood from 90 ,_ Fresh Pork lb. Lamb Shoulder lb. '
per cent of the counties in the.4 ,

.. South In addition! the job of converting -:I I\ : Picnic H ms'2,9c ROAST 39c $

,: ,: the raw material into pulp 1
and paper gave the industry's Limit With Food Order '
604 Atlantic Avenue 9
91,000) workers a total payroll of 1 I = ,
... ..
$549.4 million. This adds up to! S
I
'" the; billion dollars-plus that literally i '
out of the woods directly i : Chase & SanbornCOFFEE 1 lb. Can:
,.. ....- came into the South's economy.I I Contac I 89c
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... This points up strongly the i : Cold Capsules:; Reg. $1.49 59c
!
...., 1 vital importance of the region's! :
woodlands. It also puts further I
.. emphasis on the stake the South I Wholesome, Creamy 2 Ib. Jar LI)1I10NE WITH $5.00'FOOD ORDER e
has in the trees from which come,
the myyriad paper products necessary 9 Peanut Butter 49c :
....
9
to our daily living. I Food Fair 1 lib. CanS
Right now according to SPCA,I
.. --r wise forest management, refores-I, Fyne Taste Flat Cans.
0 tation, and protection from fire,', COFFEE ,- -k" 49c
insects and disease foresighted -
Pink Salmon
29c
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activities on the part of landowners .:e : : LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOODJ O ER
industry, and state and .

federal agencies are resultingin 'i e Fre Mar Quart 5J
a favorable: balance of growthover Giant .
man's use and natural lossesin il
the South's woodlands. It behooves Mayonnaise 39
I'
everybody to help keep it FAB-- 58'

that way. : LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER ,
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LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00; FOOD ORDER I

4 Try A Classified FI avor-K.1St 1/2 GQ I. .
'e

_. Ice Cream 49C FYNE TEX -48c ;

,,, W!s1e{ N 110.16A4 ADAN Ali f : ., y r
3 curtc sr urlt a ravr roaseaaa mi u a ralwr Smokey Say: ONE 1'ITH5.00 FOOtTORDER 5S
i PRODUCE DEPT.LpllT
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...ARE 10URESPONSl9LEI 9 9
t Hunts 1 T 46 0%.
Why settle for t fraction of the. action...with Fresh, GreenCABBAGE e
.. three great new Olds. 88 on At scene! Sample
.: the Super 88 and its 330 horsepower'sworth Ib. Sc 9
18c
Smthere are tfireeiseries. : - Tomato Juice -
.. of Rocket V-8 response! Try the new S ., 9
",. Dynamic 88 .,Oldsmobfle's popular-priced GreenCUCUMBERS' .
Fresh e
andtieneviilBtStariistiielmstpriseof popularity star. (123-inch wheelbase and four. ; e LIMIT: 2 WITH FOOD ORDERMorton's

; coil-spring: ride are only a starter!.'Now test- '9t9 Each 'c 3c ..::::- e
drive the Jetstar 83-newest,lowest-priced 88 -: -
I 9
; L all! of ail-Along! with"wow.-imlinr".tyleihporta 1 > Frozen _?$oz. Each

330 cubic inches of brand new Jetfire Rocket W I, e Fancy, RedDELICIOUS 9
V-8 Which it for you?See your Olds Dealer T .. i '
'9 APPLES lb. 12c29c POT PIES I 'i -I5c 9

..................VISIT YOU LOCAL AUTHOtlZIO OLDSMOIIU QUALITY DUUI...Willi TH..cnOlISl.! ..-............. 9 9
Kiln Dried Beef Turkey Chicken 9
232 South Phone f 9

Reynolds Motor t Co. 9 SWEET POTATOES FOOD ORDER 9
8th Street 261-3122 Forests destroyed,by.fire ire t 3\lbst. I LIMIT 6 WITH $5.00 9


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