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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 21, 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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
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j Preston 1 Submits I City To Observe I

: filslfam /n ResignationAs i I I Thanksgiving As I


Civil Defense DirectorCol. i Businesses Close I i ? 1 '

Closing for the day, Thursday,, :
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November 28. in the city-wide! :
t. Walter Preston tendered the heels of last week's Commission put their stamp of approval on observance of Thanksgiving will:I : F c I.41
; his resignation as Civil Defense I I meeting, at which time that all expenditures. On the other ; be, The Florida National Bank,,,
Director of Nassau County to the I: body and the Defense Director hand, Preston maintained that his Post Office, Chamber of Commerce ,

Board of County Commissioners were at odds over unauthorized ,, office should carry some responsibility -I City Hall and Nassau( I
I witnessed this week. I I expenditures by his office. !I!: and that the restraints County Court House. : f;
amazing innovation
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in the pulp industry this Preston's resignation_ ._ came onCases The Board cited that they must !'imposed! would be .a hindrance The majority of businesses
---- : in securing the best deals for throughout. the city will also be
morning I directors 'I
as accompanied the I ? 1S 1iIAL 1\
and local officials of Ray. surplus government material vital -' closed! for the day. \
onier :i to the civil defense program.
Incorporated on a tour of Assault Dominate
I. the latest installation at the local The County Commission has "No Greater Gifts'1
mill I saw CO foot pine logs auto- $17,000 budgeted for Civil Defense -
matically unloaded from the during the current fiscal'
I, trucks that can be seen coming year. Of this sum the county Flower Show At
into the Rayonier mill daily now fall Term Of Court ., provides approximately $9,000 ,
f The mechanism that handled the : and the federal government $8- i
huge logs as if they were match- 000.) Keystone Saturday

sticks, also transported the logs I Assault cases have dominated, ,: The longest case was on Monday .. Preston's resignation, which -
a considerable distance to a hori the first court session of the Fall i when jurors deliberated until I Ir states that he feels he cannot do "No Greater Gifts" will be the ; _____ 'S
zontal chute. One log at a time term of Ciicait Court this week I late at night and again Tuesday a creditable job under the imposed theme of the one-day flower show -__
enters the chute and is transported and juries have handed down 'I I morning before coming up with a restrictions, follows: 1 I to be presented Saturday, Nov.
through a debarking machine, three convictions in as many conviction against James B. Shu. i Fernandma Beach, Florida i ember 23, at the Keystone Hotel .,
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which, in a matter of seconds, cases, with two other cases being man, 33, of Fernandina Beach. I November 14, 1963 i with the Rose Garden Club as -S S

I leaves the log as slick as a billiard tried today. Shuman was charged with aggravated .. Board of County Commissioners I sponsor and the Hemerocallis Clubas I MISS SHIRLEY DEES WAS CROWNED Fernandina Beach High School Homecom

ball. The chute continues assault in the alleged I Nassau County, Florida I guest participant. ing Queen for 1963 Thursday evening after the "Escapades." Pictured
into a chipping machine, where a The show will be held in the here are the
000 horsepower motor spins huge C of C In DiscussionOf i I on slashing June 1.of Witnesses Kenneth for Blackwelder the pro.:{;. Gentlemen I will: :. I I dining hall of the hotel from 2: : queen Ann her Taylor court, and Sue princesses Gail, left to right, Cherry Edenfield, Janette Gass, Margaret -
Selph Vann
blades at high rate of until 9 An Shirley Dees, queen, Sherry
a speed to I secution testified that the altercation : NOT work under the conditions I p.m. p.m. interesting Cover Janice Fowler Lang, Kay
virtually pulverize the log into : happened late at night in i imposed or in the atmosphere re- i! feature of the show will be an ex- Marcia Pendleton. PHOTO BY T. H. KINO
more small chips than I would Delinquent front of the Aloha Bar and[ flected by some members of the 'hibit of paintings by Mrs. Oscar I -I -L *

care to count Actually the chip- Lounge at the beach and that; Board of County Commissioners, ;Sorenson of Miami, former resident -;F.B.H.S. Chorus To '
ping takes less time than the debarking Memberships Shuman drove up in his car and I Nassau County. I who used this locale for'I II Homecoming 63 A Gala Affair At FBHS

as the blades seemed to pointed a rifle at Blackwelder as i (Continued on page six) I j many of her ;)ubjects.f I Give Thanksgiving I I

literally sucks the log into the maw he stood with others near a parked ( f Mrs. B. F. Woolsey is general ,, Concert Despite Football Loss To Park
of the machine. From this machine : Officers and directors of the: car. i chairman of the show, with Mrs. WednesdayThe : Orange
of course the chips are Fernandina Beach Chamber of 'Christmas Magic' 1! B. L Rauschert chairman of hor-i iI -
transported via conveyors to the I Commerce, meeting in regularmonthly Blackwelder testified that he I ticultural exhibits and Mrs. R. E.I j Fernandina Beach High BY CLKT CORDON 15Y LINDA CUAFT
went to Shuman's School Senior Chorus will
car ,
mill where they become the integral session Monday at Seaside up pushed 'Townsend and Mrs. B. R. Gather-1; presentits Coach Larry Lesley's: Orange Homecoming festivities at Fer-
I part of the chemical cellulose Inn, held a long discussion on the rifle down and struck Shu.; Open To Amelia t,I wood members of the artistic en- '' annual Thanksgiving concertat :, Park Raiders upset Homecoming] nandina Beach High Sdwol were
man several times. He said that 2:12 Wednesday in the
fr produced by Rayonier. This same delinquent memberships and waysto try committee. i p.m. ,for the Pirates when they handed: successful, enjoyable, and exhausting .
he did not realize he cut high school auditorium.A .
cellulose is today finding its way restore them to a current bas was until Island Residents"Christmas I (Continued on Page Five) them a 33-20 loss last Friday according to schedule. The
back
he stepped from the I variety of seasonal
car. f songs as
into most every corner of the is. night. It was a bitter loss for momentum built up all Homecoming .
Other prosecution witnesses I well as ensemble numbers, will be
globe, with India, Formosa Holland corroborated Coach Wayne Benner and his week
Dan Daugherty, of the membership his : was too great for even
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performed. chorus is under
story.
just some of the countries committee, told of the, I Shuman, on the other hand, Magic" will light; CC-UF Campaign I the direction of Mrs. Frank Am- :,crew, but the victory was equal : a loss to Orange Park to qudl."
becoming heavy users. status of paid-up memberships at : self-defense and said the streets, homes, and store win- i I Jin sweetness for Coach Larry Beginning with the "Escapades"
pleaded that
present and Chamber Director I II i dows of Fernandina Beach this: old.There 1 Wesley and his team as the pupil Thursday evening the excitement
I Blackwelder and others attackedhim At $13,353.89 will be no charge for admission !
Local clubs that are looking for John Kersey told of efforts he is and he was forced to use aI I, year. The lighting contest will : ,i'; returned home to defeat his old..,,: grew. The skits, pantomimes, musical -
: a project they can really "get making to collect those in arrears.It : knife to defend himself. be sponsored by The Magnolia I The public is cordially invitedto school. : numbers, and plays were jud-
? their teeth into" might well con was discussed that it was I I (Continued on page three) i;i Garden Club with prizes to be! As Goal Nears attend. : The game provided by far, the I Ii i I fed and the winners announef3 by
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sider revival of discussion of Fer 1 desirable to formulate a long- I awarded by the Florida Public I I most scoring for a single game I iM. C. Steve Beckett as: junior
nandina Beach as a free port. Actually range program for the Chamber | Utilities Co. : With just little more than $4,- i : for the season involving the Pirates -'class, 1st place; F.II.A.,2nd place;
when you consider that : and Kiersey said that he has already -: District Governor i j Entry classes will be open to all 000 to go, the Community Chest. Community ServiceThanksgiving with a total of eight touchdowns i Science Club, 3rd place; and JunI -
Fernandina Beach has the deepest I made plans along this line. i J residents of Amelia Island. They United Fund campaign for 1961I being racked up by the two i I ior Honor Society 4th place. The
natural harbor on Florida's East I i i will be listed as follows on the' I climbed steadily towards its goal teams. \ judging was based on theme, origyiality -
President Reed LeLwellen who
I coast, it is inconceivable that the was filling his new seat for, the Addresses Rotary i i entry blank (to be found elsewhere -' of: $17,606.12 this! week according : At ,i; It didn't take long for the ![ and presentation.The .
Amelia River waterfront has the I *I in this edition), I to from Ira Hall, chairman '
first time, told the directors of a report Raiders to score a touchdown as',i princesses of the court
small shipping activity now engaged Florida Crown meeting in Starke a Club Wednesday i j! FIRST, Enchanted Windows' for Nassau County's eighth : Methodist Church Mike Bertoiani took Chip Wood's'I'Cherry Edenfield, Marsha Pendle-
in. Especially so when you I today and urged all who could to j I which is to cover all commercial annual drive : kickoff on his own ten and raced I ten, and Janette' Gaas and Janice
t, the of I' |I entries such as Christmas themes Adding to the total of $9,722.19 Fowler,
see pictures many years be in attendance. Director Kier- ,I 90 yards down the side lines fot I were honored at the cere
ago when it was a thriving port I will represent the Chamber at BY PAUL WARWICK in shop windows. reported to date as the combined i;, A community Thanksgiving I the score. Jim Booth, one of the i, mony following the talent
and ships with Jofty sails were ; the sey meeting, Lewellen revealed. j Praise for past performance and '! (Continued on page six) I gifts and pledges from RayonierInc. Service will be held at Memorial !finest backs we have seen this Co-captains of the Pirate foot

I stacked six,or. more ajjhe I an exhortation l to continued jmproVementiife're -| ., Container: Corp. of America, Methodist Church $n .Thanksgjvjlaff year, kicked the extra point and | ball team, Buteh.! WiUbBfl.Ned;
S local-doc1s.{ Talk :aboutjhot* In LittenKBM&litfk"9n, Kiersey( fqrj 3elivered -to the ': Dr. Bradford White I FFA Control Center at- HiUiar, I morning l ,' November 28, at :the Raiders were ahead 70. -*''Tysen, and zip Wood HMR took
: the arm for the'downtown. busii i a repofy "several projects under Fernandina' Beach Rotary' Club I and advance gifts, was $31631.70; 11(!):30"( a.m. There WilT-be special: The' Pirates: had offense onj I'charge of the program. Shirley
I ness area! A free port would be I C1is usslon. yesterday by Phillip A. Sargent, Asks Medical Staff from Terminal Paper Bag Co. and[I[music presented by a mass choir j i i their mind too as Beryl Rice took; Dees was crowned Homecoming

II 1, a natural (Continued On Page' Two)' Crescent City banker'. who is District -/ For Leave of Absence employees. This figure topped i[, of the various participating ;)( the Orange Park kickoff on the ,, Queen and rcfgned! over the ceremony -
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f I.{ .A.1'if { Governor'of the internationalcivic those reported by the industrial i ij [ churches. j jI | Fernandina 21 and returned to''! with her court, Sue Selph,

CoL Walter Preston, who resigned JayCees Sponsor organization., I The Medical Staff of Humph i j plants mentioned. i I The Rev. James T. Dunnam, I the 34. On the first play from :: Sherry Lang, Kay Cover, Gail
I' this week as Civil Defense!'toys For Tots" Sargent, introduced by club reys Memorial Hospital revealed : Not yet tabulated are pledgesand l pastor of the First Baptist Church, '! scrimmage, Ned Tyson tossed to Vann, and Margaret Ann Taylor.
I Director of Nassau County, has president Hugh F. Stone, Jr.,I this week that Dr. Bradford C. I I gifts from the business areas I will deliver the Thanksgiving ad his favorite target, Chip: Wood, I'I The queen, her court, the princesses -
I asked that his appreciation be For City's NeedyThe whose guest he has been in the White has asked for a leave of i! of Fernandina Beach, Callahan, I dress. ,'for a first down on the Raider 9. and the team sponsors,
I extended to the many who have city, had highly complimentary 'absence, beginning Dec. 1 and i Yulee and Hilliard. I The public is urged to make The play covering 57 yards. ]Margie Brewton, Bobbie Becton,
volunteered their services and annual "Toys for Tots" remarks for the local club as a'' lasting until July 1. Hall urged that contributions be every effort to attend the service i I Wayne Arnold made 2, Richard I| :i and Gail McKendree held positions
contributed materially to the campaign, sponsored by the Fer "well-known example of community -I II Dr. White's letter to the Staff !i I made this week so that the drive with their families, and to invite Schomas ran for 3, but Tyson lost : t program he instituted during his nandina Beach Junior Chamber of I progressiveness and warm good I did not list his reasons for requesting -'i lean! be brought to a successful I guests who may be visiting here!' 5 on the next play before passing j ade Friday afternoon as it wound
teim as director. I. Commerce has Christmas presentsfor fellowship." I the leave of absence nor i close. for the holiday. incomplete and Orange Park took t through downtown Fernandina
needy children as its goal I The speaker also had specific.i his plans during the seven months ( The first Thanksgiving Day over at their own 9 yard line. On 1 Beach.

John Tester brought up a again in '63.Contributors. (Continued on page two) 'I'II ]period. '. i Kiwanians Fete I was a community affair and it is > (Continued on page three) (Continued on Page Five)
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point near and dear to my heart I cf repairable toys through this special service it is'
Monday at the Chamber of Commerce are urged by John Wilsher, chairman I anticipated that this spirit be re- <
meeting when he suggested of the program, to bring Rayonier Directors Visit Local Mill Ladies At Dinner vived. .*'* l Restoration Preservation Commission
'' that the island angle be1 i their toys to the following drop I "0 Lord, Thou hast given usi I

J used more in publicity regarding i* off points J Chuck's TV Shop, the To View much, give us this one thing more, : Chairman Tells Lions Club of Plans
this area. John cited that islands':'Thrift Shop, the Recreation Center -j Operation of New Chipper Monday Evening a grateful heart. j i ". .
hold a certain charm that is just or Boy Scout Hut -..
a shade above that enjoyed by ;, If delivery is inconvenient, contact I The Board of Directors of Ray Jacksonville was chosen for' BY TOMMY HALL Mather Is GivingThanksgiving : Mrs. J. M. Bartels, chairman of pointment of the ComMibfon
beaches and with this I heartily i the following: any Fernan onier Incorporated were in Fer the November meeting, he said j On Monday night at the high ,: the recently created Amelia Island members by Gov. FarrU Bryant
agree. If I were a wayfaring I I dina Beach JayCee, member of nandina Beach today for a visit I because two of the company's 4!'school cafeteria, Kiwanians feted !I Turkeys' Restoration and Preservation Named on the Commission with
stranger, just looking for places i.I Little Women, or member of the I!I to the company's mill here. The j largest plants and more than j their ladies at a delicious dinner,I Commission, was guest speaker her, said Mr. Bartel, are Hftold
to go, things to see and do, I !; Key Club. tour by the 12 member group i iI 1000 of its employees are located which was served by members In ads in last week's and this :' Tuesday at the regular weekly Belcher, Gordon T. Batbr, It' \V.
would be far more quickly at- !i There will be boxes marked :I was in connection with a board iI | here in Fernandina Beach and at jof the Key Club and ,preparedby I week's News-Leader, Mather Fur dinner meeting of the Lions Club. Fishier and Ray CaMwdL :She
tracted by a sign that read, 'Fernandina Beach Jaycees "Toys I I meeting, held Tuesday at Jack- J i f nearby Jesup, Georgia. He added the cafeteria staff. I niture Co. offers free Thanksgiv- i Mrs. Bartels, who is also president -i told of the planning) to datWor
"Visit Beautiful Amelia Island, for Tots" at the drop off points. sonville. || that extensive forest lands are The program was arranged by j ing turkeys in a sales promotion. of the Duncan L Clinch Historical : the restoration of Old Town, "on-
the Isle of 8 Flags" and citing j. Toys will be repaired by members -i Russell F. Erickson, Rayonier's : also owned and managed by the Louis Ferreira, program chair-I The advertisement states that Society of Amelia Island, ginal site of the present City _of
the rich historical background of of Key Club, Little Women 'President, said that it is the custom -' company in Northeast Florida man, with Herb White as general -I| Mather will give a free turkey i told the Lions of the creation of Fernandina Beath ,.
the island and the many.'points of Fernandina Beach JayCees, anJState of his company's directors 'I and Southeast Georgia.Headquartered chairman for the Ladies i i from Food Fair with each purchase;the new Commission by the recent i The guest speaker cited the
interest and activity, rather than' Road Department Prison to visit major mill installations at New York, Night affair. i!, of $100 or mole. ;state legislature and of the ap I (Continued on Page Six)

one that read "Visit Fernandina Camp at Callahan. periodically in order to familiarize Rayonier also operates pulp millsin Ferreira presented Bob Springer :: -
Beach Florida's First Beach." They will be distributed at themselves more fully with I the state of Washington and assistant principal of Yulee1 i I fljk; ,
Islands .just naturally have Christmas time to needy families.' Rayonier's diverse operations. I (Continued on page two) High School, and George Tyson, ',,,,;
beaches, but beaches are not --- ----- -- ----- assistant coach at Jr. Fernandina kJ1T5! 'ji
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necessarily on islands I Beach High School, who rendered ; ,*
11 I a medley of old favorites with

J Speaking of publicity, ,1 would I 't ) k I Springer at the piano and singing -
like to suggest that a sign; of S \ trt .. : and Tyson rendering the
some sort be placed in the area LW S 'S i solos. i

near Thiokol rocket fuel plant They put on a fine show, including -

now being built near Kingsland. --t several duets, and dem- /5 :: i4 ____ _
,, Ga. A few families have already"found" .. ..:}..,.;..;: onstrated their ability to entertain _
us and a few more are r on a professional level
I possibly on the way. With a little Springer also exhibited a talent
I extra effort we just might attract I for continuity by his monologueon
many more. There's more the "mike" between numbers.
to offer here than in any other Kiwanians and their ladies _

area near the plant. Let's exploitthe gave proof of their pleasure. by h-r
many attractive features their applause.

with which we are blessed. -I (Continued on Page Three) _

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honor and distinction to the Theodore __ I News-Leader To __ _
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WeatherU. ;'t J, ?( j1 561. ., News Leader will be published
; I: on Wednesday November 27, affording -
s. Approved Weather Station $ management and staff
South 7th At Lime Street
Lewis Nolan Cooperative ObsenerMax. the opportunity of observing the
Mm Rain ; day of Thanks.
Thurs., oIt 59 36 0 Patrons are requested to have
Frl, Nov. 15 CO 34 0 news items, pictures, and ad
Sat, Nov. 16 65 34 0
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Sun., Nov. 17 69 42 0 THE "LADIES" PICTURED composed one of the more humorous floats entered i! may be met for this publi- "KICK 'EM IN THE CAN", the sophomore class float, brought victory to the sopho-
Hon., Nov. 18 71 42 0 the Friday afternoon F.B.H.S. Homecoming parade. The in : cation. I: mores in the Homecoming Parade Friday even if it didn't seem to help the Pirates
Tues., Nov. 19 73 41 0 result of the wit and originality used in the competition was Keen as a The News Leader will remain that night. .Second place was won by the Junior Honor Society for the float which
Wed., Nov. 20 70 51 0 entered. First place for obviously construction of all the floats Ii closed from Wednesday night ,1 indicated that the Orange Park "Raiders" should be frozen in a cube of ice. The wish
The weather is furnished courtesy walking skit was awarded to the Science Club as they, expected until regular business hours Mon very nearly came true as everyone felt the brunt of cold weather at the Third
Florida Public Utilities Ot a win. The Math Club took the honors for Ji Jif game.
best
decorated car. day morning, December 2. nlia. went in the Junior Class nc ihav_u _., aloMarl_____ __ in__ "RaM_un_ the____ _RaidfN_______. ...."- .


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PgeTwo'- Ncwg/le 44. e ;:JeVanttina flnf'. {\i1. Beach, Florida-Thursday, November' 21, 1863 RevivaIBegtn-- .1 1 T Hi MEAT OF COMMUNISM YwAr, A.'LYftTe.1:. Y.(. :j

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FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER wwwuwu. len' II, L. T, Pi orse, Geo. j
I November 22 At I BY jOhN BARXES f tion for their rule through a treaty : ; i
1'%. 511 ASH STREET PHONES 3686 3687 : The.Notion I : (Firfitfof'a Series) I with Germany. By 1922 they I Md., 55 feet. ; (

A John K. Perry Newspaper In this article and those to follow -! had extended their infiltration I / I J. Wallmtn, Stan. "

Ib.1 ()1deI1. Editor andNATIONAL hoa"r I' CounterBY Springhill BaptistThe I an not going to attempt to i'terror and control enough to establish I ., 5fe L. : ,
J
:" :;., tell anyone anything you have not the union of Soviet Socialist ll, I. F. Pkasanton, Del :

'" tA' PAUL WARWICK Springhill Church already heard or been aware of Republics which included Ar- (M 'fret.

..'I ."" EDITORIAL I at Naasauville will Bpti conduct i. re- at some time during your We. I menia, Azerbardzhan, Georgia, Pmt, L L Bohannon, ,

Walking down Atlantic Avenue \ival from November 22 t2l am uerel going to try and bring (not the one north of Fla.). Uk- -- Fit, & feet. I'
i : : trtcJ ; HAACSTJ3U: I I "' focus the trouble acts of : aine R.J. Daffy, Ne\r
: : : :II : toward the river yesterdav. thIs : Morning service will begin each back into and Bvelarussia. This con- --' .
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of tie and tinuation '
-, I ireiiorter swerved almost off the': day at 9:30: a.m. and the eveningworship Communism past present was the haze from wlihh "
ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION: I! sidewalk to mlsan. ,eastrraHI will start at 7:30 p.m. of which we Americans, due Lenin and hu successors- set out Boats ;?.*J. Baldwin. Locust, i
to fast and flourishing i deliberately and to X, J,. 37 feet
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pace determipately
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"Published covey -
Thurwiaj and entered at the Post Office I
every standards of living, are prone to the v\orll %, T. Broalbent, Ft;
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Fernandina Beach Florida a* second class mail matter. ,nth cameras and dressed in com- were as .
feel '
". :. Subscription Rates fortaMe, esjvoin!
-, I.... .. *4 & year $%.%5 6 month $lZ.3 Months !1 viously just off one of the many Communism: is not something! had laid down for hsf\: jfolbwers length of l ). Hunt, fcpe Char
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: __ S4-50 a year out of county ; ynrhta which now are tying up hat started yesterday. It ha! I i he strategy ior this congest It : quence. ,, Sffeftt: .
I ',I,.., -'---- -- --- ---- daily in ircreaiinsr nimbers at the F bern tr'ed from time to time since f w&s. we admit, brilliant, farfcreSng, Kathy ;; Kebtrt Nfehftls, Mont-

frfiandina Btaeh Marina. the begnn'ng: : of time, but never realistic! and simple as fcl'ow I X. J. :23! Ate., 23 fcei
Auto Seat Belts. To ,
Save Lives
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and threatening to j
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, ." i| The mod notable feature about a; JPi1I1 M powerful said, we will take Eas- henchman 98 feet 1
: the world as it exist today. tern Europe, next tha of Mast.
((Gaest Editorial From The Fernandina Beach Jaycees) this group of ladis and of masses leans, \ rin : D. rmrhing, Charles
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". other nv'ied jrrouns I have seen Diring the past 10 years, for Asia, then we will encircle the C. 23 ft
Almost all the new 1964 model automobiles have made ; unter similar circumstances example I the whole world has United States* of America. We Chimera, Y
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their public debut ; wa that they were looking all moved by what should be the mea chall: not have to attack, it will mas.Seminole V. I., 61 feet ,
: of century further into an fall like overripe fruit into our ,
They ccme in the widest variety of sizes! and price classifications about them, wide-eywl, avWly sure of darkness a: slavery and ter hands." To make clear what he Beach, Fla., III, J, Ccntaw, 42 feet
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in whatever
drinking their
I ever offered to the American public. They embody vision Our own country has suffered meant and how firmly he meant Shirl. : V, V. Bassaro, Stormy
i could tell them about Fernandina ror.
the latest styling features and the most advanced engineering Beach. from as much turpitude and trea- ;I it with regard to taking Asia: Mass., 58 N. Y, 28 feet
I ;.ahead of Western SteJoe, Free, J. H. Seeth, Matt,
and
innovations that the American automobile manufacturers sen as would ordinarely require a Europe ,
We hope they liked what they then using Asia Conn., 32 feet.'n 40 feet.
have been able to devise. generation to put together.Let's as .a stepping-
, ; saw and, my guess! is, they did. ; stone from which to Mercury, T. C. Farrell, Deal.,
I few to conquer
In addition, they all have a new common denominator, But it is squarely up to us, as go back a years : Western Europe and the rest of N. Y., 70 feet.

j asimple device to encourage the American motering public Fernandina citizens to be sure the beginning of the To present do that day we the world. Pengiun VIV.. L. Coles, Urbanna,

to reduce their chances of death or injury should they these and others like them DO must communistic back era.at least to 1917 : The strategy was also stated ta, Maine, feet..
find something to please them go III H. Wanders, Moore-
become involved in accident. Lady :
I an started.In that for the Communists the roadto
} ." .. and, perhaps, to make them re when the contest really W olford, City, X. C., 34 feet:
:i These are seat belt anchorages, standardized throughout I that year Lenin was able, with : Paris led through ,Peking and P.T. 122 ( on Page Five) ,

J the industry, making the installation of seat belts almost -i turn.From the time the marina and Bro. Dan DavisBrother only a few hundred followers to I Calcutta.' Is'and, N. --i- --
"
I of take Russian Revolution out of The most- remarkable thing
as simple as opening a can peas. Welcome
the Station first openedin
: Dan Davis of the South. hands of its earlier leaders
the ; about this three is
step strategy
motorist in the seat belt tucket, }[ :
If every country wore a every ; February, Dockmaster Joe Sur- side Estates Church in Communist
Baptist and to convert it into a that the Communists have
I time he rode in a car, 5000 of them now alive would still be i iano said in a recent report, 953 Jacksonville, will be leading the: strike for power.In : wavered fiom it. Through never fami- G. Trotta I ASKINS

I $o' a year from now. And upwards of 400,000 more would I yachts had moored in the basin Thanksgiving Revival. 1918 they established some : ness which they deliberately caused lotte, N. C., ( \

not !have been forced to stay home or spend time in a hos- brought(through to Sentember Fernandina, this a total is) and of I .t.._7,. ,",.t-rH5 .......,. .-' "._--o degree of stability and recogni- i: in order to collectivize agriculture. Bav,-N. J.- :
pita .
< ---- : Through wars which they
Guy, Guy
t! These estimates of the lives that would have been saved i 13,332. passengers. ; have:: cleverly and coldbloodedly
., ,.. During September also, there I II phia, Pa., 3 FREE COFFEE
I I Ramblin'Continued 'brought on and prolonged to fur-
Just
and the serious injuries that would have been avoided come 361 automobiles of tourists. -

from the National Safety Council, the American Medical I were registered at the station, with !' ther their plan elsewhere through in periods the world.of lanta, Ga.,. Our, Customers

Association and the U. S. Public Health Service. 1,251 passengers. :: ( from Page One) 'I Even prosperity Lina Lee Ilrs.
through struggles
AbelsAttendant
power Kathryn
They have been arrived at as a result of the analysis And, due to the nature of Flor- American Legion. He has again within the Kremlin the Communists N.Rose Y., 67)[ I

of-thOl' and3 of actual accidents and car crashes.It ida's attractions, these figures are been named as National Committeeman have always kept their eyes lotte N. C.
the increase and will continueI of the Legion. I their South Eighth I Street
is also a fact that if you drive a car the chances on unwaveringly on master Sime
"
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out of ten that will have an accident within I I be until the "season" farther : plan for the world. mington,
seven
are you _
south the has its 'I Hutchins is the proud
in state Johnny
run annual II : j
I the.next five years. 'I : this week of a hand : They have let nothing stand in Rard, J.
i course. possessor
:
their divert them. 'Y.
or nothing 50 feet
""" way
: Moreover nearly two-thirds of all fatal accidents oc- I proclaiming that his USE
This is rather a select slice of I some plaque : They have used bribery, lies, :i Jack Tar,
cnr within a 25 mile radius of the victim's home. And tourism, too, that is brought to now a member of the Hospitality bluff, brutality,' treason and mur- : Toronto,

fri : more.. than half of the fatal accidents in cities occur at our doorstep b7 the facilities of Hall of Fame. Only 12 of .the der on a scale never before dreamed I Ancharite N AUTO'S

J speeds. under 30 miles an hour. the marina and the inland water- plaques are given by the maga of in the world, and every pos- Lauderdale,
Welcome Station the only "- zinc each year to outstanding motel sible advance their :I Charge Budget
The motorist who does not install seat belts and use way means to cause Row
tois. Hutchins was
brand of Russian one of its kind in all Florida. opera : without the slightest concern for delphia, Pa.
his
them every time he drives is playing own -I awarded the plaque at a conven- Plan
or
I Of course we want these visit- i morals of mankind. And above all Penny
him.
roulette in which the odds are strictly against tion of Superior! Motels, Inc. in I
i i ors to like us for what we are, in- V' they have used a patience, which Savannah,
\ 'The Jaycees want to wipe out this needless killer, just ;,side of our civic souls. But it do- Houstcn, Texas. i has been the most important key Witch, D. Lay-Away

j as mass polio shots are given, they are intent upon having I esn't hurt to remember that people .J.. ) i to the Communists/ overwhelmingsuccess. 30 feet.
r( seat belts installed in every car for the safety of the peopleI traveling up and down the The editor of the future mar; : Flying This Christmas

I of this city. I coast in their yachts are not exlactly Bro. Don Collins well be able to bypass the neces- (Next week "The First Great Free Port,
I I have 't- sary hunting and pecking at type- Break for ,the Communist Conspiracytt Fyfee C.
(Note: The Jaycees will be selling seat belts Saturday, November poverty-stricken. They .S. 8th St.
The music will be led bytpn,writer keys m turning out what : .
various locations. Seat belts will also be money to spend in Fernandina and I ) Canada, 36
30th at
the First folks piobably term drivel
I Collins of BaplIstiChurch I most --
elsewhere. You don't run yachts
:sold in conjunction with the Jaycee sponsored Safety Lane I i on peanuts. I of this city. He will be,a;- :anyway. He'll probably just have I

-Check on December 7th anti 14th.) ; companied by his wife on,,tJeli J to press a few buttons to activate
The personable group of youn piano. There will be congregational 1 1i t his computer. Sounds fantastic 1f I
--- ----- ladies who the Welcome Station -
-- run
I has added i singing and special solosevening. .f.8Sb1 f Not when you consider that aI
incidentally just
I I I new book is goon to be placed on CHEVROLET
1I I
Governor ; C of C In Discussion another attractive person to its I ____
District: ,, The public is cordially inyjtyd i i 'he market, written by a com-
daughter
She _
roster. is Mary Hillyer, -
,. ''to attend. Iub I II : puter. Or rather a number of computers "
M :
t (Continued From Page One) (Continued from Page One) : of a and prominent she Jacksonville she like I i iI iI I i working .40 hours, nn : \ .' ; t "' -v iF> I

-trib\';S for- "Rotobreeze," the First 'was p. discussion on the I| doctor both? Fernandina- and says her work. : stop. Introductory price, only $;))00.i Which type Chevrolet
( I Rayoiiier : i No need -yet, 'maybe", for b'uma-t j
which Yulee which
Jodal l club's weekly bulletin Chambers sign >at. ji -
_U i Jed by George S. Fox, and has been a problem for some time The grand job of adding a'buil!- J.writers to t t nsider 'turning to i jI I .. ." ':>'

: "for Ken Forehand, the Fernandina !' due to the upkeep. It was agreed I| in sprinkler system to the Fei I (Continued from Page One) o Jth r fields. jI I
:Beach dab aecietary, for his zealand that T. H. Askins Adv. Co. should nandina Beach golf course has British Columbia. It is rated: .as pickup do you need ?

efficiency in his duties. be paid for the upkeep rather just about been completed. It has : the world's largest producer of'i I Two things about women's I

f : Sargent warned local members than receiving Chamber member- i been a fine progressive step for Chemical Cellulose, used as a clothes have always puzzled me.

.- and, in effect all Rotarians ships and that it was desirable I'this 1 sporty and popular layout raw material in the manufactureof I The first is \\h7 the same woman L
..again any feeling of complacen- for the sign to be in perfect operating -i i i but, from remarks overheard, i it such products as cellophane: who pays $15 for a beautiful slip,I. '

..c7 about their accomplishments condition at all times. I appears that completion of the irrigation -I and rayon. Other products of the with lots of lace, will complain so

and repeated the ideals of Rotary Keirsey told of his plans for a I job has been received company include paper pulps, : vigorously when it shows. The< I Chevrolet now makes four different types, each with its,
I irmmlse toward brochuie for Fernandina I mixed emotions. golfer lumber and wood-derived chemi; second i h when they will ever begin -
Has| << guildmg fishing with By distinct Whichever '
i[ / be
I I own advantages. one buy will :
you. .
N greater goal In referring to the I Beach and said that a proposed who play the course, that is. : cals. I to out same slack in ladies'slacks. I Ii

*,international club's current move 4-page pamphlet would feature I! Hugh Stone, Jr., for example, Particular interest was shown I And as for shifts I a lot more truck than your money bought the last time! ,

:to\vaid peace and good fellowship I, the Marine Welcome Station and II III I spoke of the completed work with by the directors in the new long i I

.thiwujrhout the world, Sargent I the city! marina as well as motels; "I just a tinge of sadness. While the I log chipping plant, recentl- installed : With a'l the inane rulings today ___________ ______ '
qSoted the club's aim, embodied and eating establishment in this I I| work was under way, ground at he mill Bryan R& -: on Bible reading, prayer and the I & :'
AI
II '
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:in a hope that: area. I| rules on the course permitted ,'ou chert, Resident Manager for Ray-; like, religion is sire to Iave tr : \

: "Men will fee jnore clearly in :I Director John Tester suggested ,-, to pick up your ball and improve onier said that the long log facility -I upsurge. Adam and Eve set the I \1
; lie under certain conditions differed from the wood i and succeeding I
*all nations not the minor differences that the proposed brochure your I pattern every
that divide them, but Now that the work is done, you'vegot I handling systems used by most I generation has always had a yen
"the iriner compulsions of all humankind I: and other advertising should feature to play CTI as:! you find 'em. Southern Pulp Mills in that it for the forbidden fruit and it will

which unite them." this area mere as an island Which brings to mind that ancient I permits the processing of whole foubtleis! be the same with the )

: John Seitz assistant maintenance than a beach. He cited that islands and truthful definition of logs instead of the usual shorter bans being imposed today. All we I

operations chief of Hilliard I held more charm and appeal -.: golf: pulp wood logs. By eliminatng: can do is hope that some good

Air Control Center, was welcomed to tourists than: did the "A game in which you strive to ', the work and time required to ; will come from these obnoxious in-
p Fernandina Beach Rotary more commonplace beaches. hole "buck" logs to shorter lengths, terpretations.
v\tP the put a small ball into a small I' .
Club as a new member. He Kiersey told also of an over- ; using instruments, called clubs, said Mr. Rauschert, the plant '> I .
was introduced by Cecil HalL ture from tht Toledo Scales Co. I which are extremely ill-devised< I permits more efficient woods op :I Speaking of Adam and Eve r-- !

Jim Beard performed his weekly for furnishing housing for 10 to tor' the purpose." II erations. Our directors, of minds me of the latest humorous I

:1 eremony of introducing the 12 families during the next six j course, are keenly interested in incident I have heard. Seems FLEETSIDE. Based on sales, the best liked STEPSIDE. Has flat interior body walls

-Fernandina High seniors \\'bo'tre months period. He noted that the j TO i any innovations which permit ,, Johnny came home from his first pickup in the world. Outstanding feature and convenient side steps between cab

"' guests of the club this week families would be those of engineers LETTERS I I greater plant efficiency", he ex day in a Sunday School class and he i is its large body extending clear out over and rear fenders. ,Comes in same two

iDerinls and David Bunch. whoiil be at work at the THE EDITOR plained. :, was had learned.asked by"I his learned mother that what Hoss : the wheels. Two body sizes. Two wheelbases sizes as the Fleetside plus'one bigger size.

"* Other guests at the Wednesday Thiokol rocket fuel plant near I Earlier this week, the group l and Eve were the first people on ; Best riding truck,by far, with coil Big model has heavier frame, 4-speed

.-meeting at Seaside! Hotel were Kingsland, Ga.: 1653 Sprinkle Drive toured the company's 24,185 acreSL earth," replied the youngster. "Oh springs all around and independent front transmission and leaf-spring rear suspension

*Ray Caldwell, editor of the News- Mr*. Ruth Brown, Chamber Jacksonville, Florida John's Forest near St Augustine no," said his mother, "you mean suspension. Cab and body have double- for maximum payloads. Standard .
the mill at Todar'ssehedule
and :
Jesup.
:Leader; Brack Newton and Pete secretary, revealed that the Key- November 15, 1963 also included visit toRayonier's Adam and Eve." "Well," Jchnny wall construction. Chevrolet Fleetside- engine is 230cuin.. Six A 292 Six or 283

-Dickinson of Jacksonville Beach; stone Hotel management has ten- I The EditorFernandina a ; said, "I knew it was one of these best for all-around use. V8 is available at extra: cost.
:Henry Griffin of Cochran, Ga.; tative plans to close for the Win Beach News Leader tree seedling nurseryat Cartwrigbt: boys." j
John Weisner and Gene Rayburn. ter months: and that this would Fernandina Beach, Florida Yulee. I
k possibly to i In addition to Mr. Erickson, i I -
pose a problem as Dear Sir: I
Great DemandHardl7 housing for the Chamber, cur I have just read in another pa- Rayonier board members include* it PINEY ANTES I .I.II
t
: any woman ever reaches rently quartered there. I per where Chief Justice Earl the chairman, Clyde B. Morgan :I .
: 30 without being asked to marry I, Warren of the Supreme Court of [-
President
of New York; Guy Botts, ; administration
the Kennedy -
at least twice. Once by her father "We spared the rod and got a I! has i When !
United States
registeredobjection
i the : The Barnett National Bank, bows in Washington I
and once by her mother. beat generation anyway. S.! to the installation of i I top II I
The Cherryvale (Kan.) E. Mekeel, Ovid (N. Y.) Gazette :: national motto "In God We Jacksonville; R. Stanley Dollar, I learned the Soviets had Prof
Republ'rm and Independent |i our President. The Robert Dollar! Fredrick C. Barghoorn in jail I
iI Trust", above the bench of the
t_ accused of spying we were doser
t. ---I!: Court Such installation would in i I Company, San:) Francisco; Armi than ever to nuclear war. I

my judgment, serve as a reminderto I i and G. Erpf, Partner, Carl M Bat before warheads started I

1 Five Points Grocery & Hardware : Chief the Court Justice AND Warren ESPECIALLYto that contrary ; Loeb, Rhoades and Company,, being launched it was discovered I I "z_,_ I
to what they may think I New York: Morton H. Fry, Part- Prof. Bar hoorn was from Yale i !

who has per, Riter and Company,. New not from Havwawed. i '. __
there is Supreme Being
: I a York; Walter C. Koerner, Chai: Awfter the lawfter:: died down i WF 7w'
Has In Stock
looked after the destiny of man l J
before they undertook to be I man of the Board, Rayonier Ca$-: a bit some blighted mentioned I RAMPSIDE. Nobody else makes a pickup EL CA UNO. If you want a pickupyas I
long '
: A Fine Selection of Small I i I British that Yale alumni might possibly :
Appliances ada Limited
Vancouver, I .
man's protector from all evils. Columbia Lesl vote next year. exactly like this one with a ramp at the good looking as any car on the road, this .
I decision ; Donald S. side. The ramp makes loading is the one! It. can 'work hard, and look
The recent Supreme Court -, President Hammermill Pap< r So the Kennedy boys told the easy I
: For That Special Christmas GiftS i outlawing Bible! reading and Company,, Erie, Pa.; William ',Russians to release the Yale man because of its 16-inch rise. Truck also hasa like a million dollars doing it-the only .. t;

I the Lord's Prayer in the Public Parker, The Parker Corporatio :Immediately. They told 'em in conventional tailgate. Body and frame- pickup in the world with Body by Fisher! I

I Schools, together with Chief Just- Boston; Arthur Ross, Executii e no uncertain terms that could be floor assembly are very rigid because theyare You can order an El Camino as plain or
: Toasters S Mixers S Hair Dryers ice Warren's action referred to Vice President and Managin ? heard almost across Sec Rusk's welded together. Has larger 95-hp air- as fancy as you wish: bucket seats, air .

: Steam Irons S Electric Toothbrushes above, should remind all Americans Director, Central National Corj., ''office. cooled engine this year Independent coil conditioning, 4-speed transmission, power ":
that Chief Justice Warren New York: James T. Sheehy, E4.: 1 When the State Department spring suspension all around.. brakes-.are some x>f its extra-cost options. :
: Waffle Irons Waxers ,, and the Supreme Court are apparently ecutive Vice President, Rayoni first told the Soviets to free
only too anxious and I New York 'Prof. Freddy it was somethingnew
Incorporated, ari
: I Electric Can Openers i willing to serve Communist ends :I John A. Sibley, Honorary Chai; -' in sound.

.I by doing all they can to remove man of the Board, Trust Company Nobody could quite describe it I CHEVROLET TRUCKS

: .:- Use Our Convenient Lay-Away God and scene.Religion from the American of Georgia: Atlanta. i 'herd Nothing before.like it had ever been I ,


I would hope that all of your !i General Also attending Counsel, were Chester RayonitrjS Rohr,. It can only be described as Telephone your Chevrolet dealer about any type of.truck!

: Plan readers would write Chief Justice lich, of Lehnum Goldmark, Rob $like whispering Smith standing ______.. ___..... --.- ._........... ..._-...... '.. .....-..._._ !
Warren and their Congressman and : at the edge of the Everglades
lich & Solomon, New York,
and Senator deploring Mr. War- L of New York, paring Chloe.
R. Lingelbach,
I tn's conduct and calling for his I o I hate to think what the administration WOODWARD MOTOR CO.
Corporate Secretary of Rayonier. :
j F Five Points Grocery y& Hardware !impeachment on the grounds of I Ii boys would do if a .
j
i Un-American conduct whole class of Vassar or Smith :

; FIVE POINTS PHONE 261-5205 Very truly yours, I Trade At Home ; Russia.students got thrown in jail in South 8th Street FERNANDINA" BEACH. FLA. Phone' 261-3636 1 I

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I Named" News-Lea'der< Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, November 21, 1963 Page Urges .
I Wingate |

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+ To Important Fernandina Beach Gets Direct Distance Dialing !!

:4' : r'. :1; I
: Nassau
,
House Committee i Fernandina Beach residents : is asking

s3G7t'M now able to dial most of of the public in
b : Y'ste rx: Mallory E. Home, Speaker of own long distance telephone I equalization pro.

the Florida House of Representatives The new service went into on by his

M .. issued a news release this < Y ; over the weekend. :!
( week that a Select Committee on \ More than 144,000
r : Water Resources has been created.In .I Bell subscribers will benefit j' the program and said is

I the announcement that fol. Direct Distance Dialing. those ,in the
lows, Home notes that Rep. new service is in keeping ;'I the fine'
Claude Wingate of Fernandina the Jacksonville area's cooper-
1 1I 1I received to date.
"
t tI Chairman of this important com- sulted in a steady increase those engaged in

mittee. I long distance calls. Even properly iden
I
\ During the past session, Win- k. o DDD, operators will continue cards.the public. 'to

.\ Kate, as a freshman representative dial person-to-person, collect, !t .- *-
j jI jt yl received a number of similar telephone, credit card and i'i recently named

f ei f t imrortant appointments.Horne's a rc calls requiring operator Committee of
yw
statement follows: I Association

"I have become increasinglyaware ance.Behind the new system, gra

1+ 'YII of the tremendous significance unity being adopted on a

I 1 of water to the total devel- wide basis, is $150,(} O worth

s opment of our state. One needs to complex telephone equipment '

I r 'a9 nod' look no further than to the other Jacksonville that records on i,. .
'" kai i
v' : states which have experienced per tape all billing I : Seaside

\ similar population business and and routes the call to the !

i industrial growth to find the city and telephone.The of the Per-

PLANS FOR A BIGGER AND BETTER Moore's Grocery and Aloha Lounge were wisdom of beginning a serious'i telephone company Association is

Ii being made Monday by the owners as they looked over the rubble left by the recent study of this important field. C. J. YATES, Vice President and General Manager of pects about 40 per cent of 7:30 .Seaside

fire. After being handed checks by L. L. Bohannon, insurance company representative California, for instance, has spent Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Company (left), average calls daily to be ,I R. H. Young

the Ed Moores, who owned the grocery, and I). C. Land, of Land and Williams, more money in this field in the explains to Mr. C. W. Beaufort, President of the Jack- direct at first: This membership to

owners of the Aloha, said that rebuilding is expected to begin in the near future and last decade than Florida has appropriated -, sonville Area Chamber of Commerce, how calls will be and the total number of bring prospective
for all of its functionsof
t they have hopes of reopening the two beach businesses by March 1, 1964. Left to ; government. completed by Direct Distance Dialing. made months should as customers increase find in it be made, of

I Bohannon the Moores and Land I
right, "Nothing stands to totally I' be faster and easier. recently com
cripple our logical growth more Park to open the second half of' To make the DDD calls, a i
'I than inadequate planning in the FootballContinued play and the Pirate moved the II scriber dials "1" to reach the .t tourney. .

r1 : !Florida Cracker In Europe general area envisioned by the ( from Page One) ball to the Raider 37 where they I cording equipment. He then I will be held on a

,, creation of a Select Committee on I the first play by the Raiders, they lost the ball on downs. I an area code of three digits : tourney fpr the
Roberts went for 5 and Booth : .
Water Resources. I have endeavored '' I the distant telephone number.
fumbled and
I J j (Editor's Note: JJrs. Elizabeth by the owner. We had another fifteen would tell the chambermaid. We to appoint men to this important -;I the, Barry Rice pounced picked up the first down to the : this point, in some exchanges I is 'spon

I Crutchfield, daughter of Mrs. minute wait before the driver I waited about fifteen minutes then: undertaking who are both 13. on Pee Wee pigskin Nobles on rammed the Raider for ,, Fernandina 47. Bertolani made 4, I operator will tome in on the I' 2-ball Turkey

1 I Faith Pearson of this: \city, is cur- came roaring up in his Mercedes Johnny called the clerk. The clerk I Ii 'knowledgeable and interested. 3, then Arnold went the final then Booth went straight up the I to ask for the telephone are urged to''se.
10
rently in Weisba'Jln, Germany We later learned that the I i told him that there was an extra I "The membership is as follows: I I for the touchdown. tossed : middle for the final 43 yards and j I in WFernandina Beach I for the event.
]Iwith her husband: Major' John driver who was scheduled to go charge of three marks ((75c) for Frank Bass, Hardee : Tyson I II the touchdown. Booth failed to I the call.
County; to Wood for the extra and
I Crutchfield, and family. I was on the tour was taken ill a bath. We agreed to pay it and I' C. I point I make the extra point and the
sUdden-j' !. Ralph Carter, Washington I the score was knotted with I Meanwhile, electronic
privileged to read some of her ly and the owner had to I in a few minutes the maid knocked over visitors led, 267.Fernandina .
I i County; John W. Hasson, Sarasota 8 minutes remaining in the firstperiod. ment is punching into a Home .
letters home and found them so other back from vacation. The on the door. When I told her I decided to get mov-
County; Joe H.. Peeples, Jr., tape of the details of
interesting I prevailed on her to I substitute had spent most of the I II we wanted two baths she simply i i i I ing on the next kickoff as Arn- many i i
Glades County; James T. Russell, call such as the destination
contribute similar news letters to night at the hospital while his : could not understand why I i I The remainder of the first I
I anyone Pinellas County, Allison R. Strick old took the ball on the 20 and I telephone number called. 28"r."f':
the News-Leader. I hope the let- wife had a baby. would want a bath on Sunday quarter found the two teams ex-
I land, Citrus County; Claude E. returned to the Pirate 43, Tyson operator quickly punches in
ten as interesting to our I II morning and the idea of two baths changing punts but on the first I I
prove I Our driver didn't know much Wingate, Nassau County. I tossed to Wood incomplete, then calling number from a Laundry
play in the second period Mike
readers as they are to me.) more about the tour than we but was inconceivable. I managed to reversed his attack and tossed to switchboard.Then .
The Committee has been
I I now Pikula raced in to block Booth
I ] On our first guided tour this I he did know how to get to Heidelberg I explain that one was for my husband organized and specific areas of involvement punt attempt and Fernandinatook a Pikula for a first down on the I when the call is

summer we went to Rothenburg. I so away we went. Each I but she went away shakingher delegated to each of the possession on the Orange Raider 48. Tyson connected with pleted, the tape records the ,

Rothenburg was one of the "free"cities ( time we were delayed by traffic head. several members appointed by I Park 40. Arnold made 5, Tyson Wood for another first' down one I and all information is on hand I
of Germany and enjo'edgreat I, he pulled out the descriptive bro. While Johnny and I were arranging -' Representative Strickland of the OP 20, then returned to the I computing machines that : and Dry
me. i failed to gain, then Tyson
prosperity during the Mid.. !chure and studied it. to bathe, the girls dressed I Citrus County, was given the was incomplete and a the Raiders pass other end, Pikula, for the touch- punched cards out of tape data.These I '"
dIe Ages. Tourists are attracted and packed. It was after break- I f down. Wood kicked the extra
From Heidelberg where we Chairmanship, and Representative took over on their own 35. Booth cards are run through :
there because it is one of the few picked tour guide we rode fast before we learned that theyhadn't i point and narrowed the Orange of machines Of
t up our Wingate, of Nassau County the ran for 4, then added 4 more and series sorting Howard,
1 been able bath the II
medieval walled cities that was through the Neckar River Valley before. to get a Vice Chairmanship, by the other Weaver passed to Gales for a i Park lead to 2613. that all calls to be charged to '

noV destroyed and because today which has rums of many castles I night members of the committee at its first down on the Fernandina 45. The Raiders were on the move I customer's bill are assembled
of the local citizens I
its citizens studiously maintain |I and is almost as pretty as the I' Later one of the first meeting.I I Weaver could not go on two at again and took the ball to the typed automatically on Streets' '
f the old buildings in their original Rhein. All along the river were ,: took us on a walking tour have been greatly encouraged tempts as George Sheffield and Fernandina 32 when Nobles intercepted ments mailed monthly.

at1.I. ._ Rothenburg is perched. atop I camping areas with bright colored city that lasted over two hours. by the organizational meeting of l Barry Rice were the obstacles a pass on the Pirate 28 Southern Bell planned --- -- -,
a hill overlooking the Tauber I tents. Mary and I were interested :i He was very proud of his town. this committee and feel that the I but Roberts went for a first 'I'and raced to the Orange Park 12, changeover so no operators I

River which we crackers would I in the locks through which the ,I and wanted us to see everything.We next few sessions of the Florida down on the Pirate 31. Booth ad- yard line. Schomas failed to gain ;: to be discharged to make !I
from
barges on their to and did structures dating I'I and Tyson passed to Wood for for automation. In fact, the
consider a small cre end, is surrounded pass way I' Roman times to the 1500's.In Legislature will be enabled, as a ded 6 on the next carry before;
beautiful farmland.On from the Rhein River. I' of result of their labor, to wisely Roberts picked up the first' the touchdown. Booth blocked I pany has a perennial shortage
the afternoon
by a
We spent most of Saturday afternoon group tradi- chart the destiny of our state in down on the Pirate 10. Booth Wood's extra point attempt and I women employees to handle
the Saturday morning WI: going into and out of I II young people performed a the the area of water planning." went the final 10 for the touch-I the score stood, 2620. long distance calls placed
looked tional (Shepherd's) dance in
leave
I were scheduled to jit I churches. Several had intricately down, but Beryl Rice blocked The Raiders weren't throughfor to-person and others
for a while as if we weren't go. I' market squaie. We had ,reserved I assistance I .. -
''i carved wooden altar pieces. Booths attempt on the extra the night though as they operator
the of the
seats balcony city
The bus almost on Assault
ing anywhere. was i We also visited Weikersheim'' Cases point, and the Raiders led, 13-7. I worked the ball to the Fernan- "information"Episcopal
hour late and hall so we didn't miss a thing.
t exactly one Castle, the childhood home of Fernandina took the ensuing I dina 20 yard line where J. p.1 I
did arrive it driven On the way home there were a (Continued from Page One)
when i was I
: } kickoff with Schomas returning passed the middle to Ii
l MarjaiJhe.r a Jh.Knighti' jiali' ', ? I Tynes over
I number detture"itfi we?traveled In their conviction the jury i Youth M
l ,-r' -., ..r '- ... was: l huge, .A ,peculiar' custom was l'I more of the countryside than we the aggravated assault reduced from the Pirate 28 to the 40. Booth and he went the distancefor I
that the knight would ride in and I Arnold made 8 yards in three the score. Booth added the I

j "USEWESTERN i remain mounted during certain 1 1I I normally I discovered would that have it seen.is unneces- charge and to recommended one of assault the and mercyof battery carries and Wood punted to I extra point and the score stood,I To Sponsor Dance I 1

meetings. This room also had I Booth on the 20 and returned to 33-20. .
AUTO'SHandi I sary for me to lug a camera along the court. Judge Albert Graes- I '
f many paintings on the ceiling. the Pirate 45. The ball hands t
exchanged
I and worry about pictures. Every sle ordered a pre-sentence investigation !- I To
i In Rothenburg'' we had reservations ,i Saturday Night
Charge Budget where we went a professional on Shuman and set the sen The Pirates had apparentlyheld again before the final whistle |
I in the town's oldest hotel photographer had been there first tencing for Dec. 12. the Raiders, but Fernandinawas and the game ended with

Plan or, I' We were given a suite, actuallytwo I and we were able to buy beauti Shuman was defended by At- guilty of roughing the kicker 'dina! in possession on Fernan-I Saturday evening the In

rooms opening on a small ful colored post cards and slides. torney Albin C. Thompson, Jr. and drew a 15 yard penalty 11 yard line. tion Center will be the site of I
Convenient LayAwayThis I hall, in the annex across the street!I On Tuesday, Willie James which gave Orange Park a first j Curtis McCorsley, Butch Williams Thanksgiving dance sponsored

from the main hotel. Speed, 30, of Fernandina Beach, :down on the Fernandina 35. Ber- PeeWee Nobles, Beryl the Episcopal E.Y.C. youth I FREEZE
ChristmasS. I After dinner the girls returned I Kiwanians Fete was convicted of aggravated as- !tolani did not waste any time Rice, Benny Alvarez, Chip Wood, The admission price is $.50 sta 1

I I II !' to their room while Johnny and Ii sault in the subbing of Samuel ''I going around end on the first | Mike Pikula, George Sheffield, and $.75 drag. The dance is to : Your
went out with our guide and several -i (Continued from Page One) Mercer. He had been charged with play for a score and Booth added I Barry Rice, Richard Schomas, from 8 to 12 o'clock. I

8th St. others for a walk around Chairman Herb White and i intent to commit murder in the I the extra point to make the I i iI Kirby Hendrix and Alan Cover A local disc jockey. will spin j! Cooling

h' __ I I town. Rothenburg has narrow wife, Betty, were complimented I I first degree.The I score 207. | led the defensive work for the cords. And
cobblestone streets and'sidewalks I II I on their efforts and they in turn two Negroes were involved .. Booth kicked off for Orange Pirates wlith Ned Tyson's pass Everyone is cordially invited '
which are pretty to look at but gave credit to Fred Cook and I Ii
Pikula
I in an altercation in April at "The ing to Wood and being attend.
impossible to walk on. Also, all Mrs. Frieda Bennett, who assisted 'I
; 1 I Honeydripper", a night spot on Alexander, Stephen Franklin And the big offensive weapon for Fer-
HeadquartersWilkinson the sidewalks seemed to go up- in the arrangements. I AlA South. Sentence was held in erson, Sr., Kennie David Higgin- nandina. PUBLIC NOTICE i!
i
hill. As we walked back to the President Bryan Rauschert an- i
I abeyance when it was indicated I II I botham, John Walter Davis, Otis Jim Booth, 190 fullback, was
I :
discovered that all nounced that another Ladies
Sword hotel we they 'that I defense attorney Albin e'l I W. McCormicK. I the big thorn in the Pirate's INVITATION TO BID FREEZE
went downhill with a step about JI J Night would be held on the first :. Pealed bids will be received in
'I Thompson, Jr., was deliberating on
I feet. When we finally Monday in January when the installation Eugene Wyman Duggan, Roy I sides as he scored three touch I "ffice'f the Flnrida Park Service,
fifty I
every a plea for a new trial. I'I'I Braddock, James Norwood Mel- 'downs, made three extra points State Office I'.ai'dirg' (lathes and ONLY
the
Razor Blades I! madeit back to the hotel we of officers for new I Streets Tallahassee Florida
John ams
On Wednesday Wingardwas I
I 1 found ,the door to the annex locked year would be held. I ton, Pasco Fouraker, Arnold I i and blocked one of Wood's at- til 3.00 P.M., EST. December I
Clubbers who served the 1 convicted of aggravated assault Shadrack Bell, Edward Benjamin tempts. Mike Bertolani scored the 13, for the following work at : Per Gal.
Johnny ,had to wake the con Key I "
with recommendation for Clinch State Park at
i a Panke, Russell Davis, Sr., Norman :other two touchdowns for Orange .
cierge to let us in. dinner were, Chip Wood, Steve i>- rh. FI'Intf1 in Nassau County. i
I Five Points GroceryHardware I Sunday morning Johnny went Beckett, Ted Steger, Burgess II mercy. I Mitchell Ogilvie, Carson Allen : Park. STATE PROJECT NO 22F0206061PARTIAL '
He was charged with the aggravated RESTORATON Available
McKendree the Pirates travelto
k Oliver John Lyman Lyndon Bunker i iI Friday night
I the hall to the bathroom Lewellen, Tommy I :
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across assault against StephenA. I
& Bubba and III, Wayne Frank McJunkin, ;, Live Oak to ring down the Plans and Specifications for
Quattlebaum,
locked. called ,
and found the door I Gregory I
I 1 I Williams while the two Negroes -.. Charles Augustus Mitchell, WilLiam curtain on the 1963 football sea project may be secured by writing : Motor
the desk clerk who said he Jimmy Bird. I were participants in a card j I the Florida Park Service 311 .' i!
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I -- ,--.---- I Earl Alexander, Arnold Reu-I son. Coach Benner indicated earl- Office Building. Gaines and
I i i game upstairs over a poolroomrun I ben Robinson, John Franklin I ier this week that Curtis Mc Streets. Tallahassee Florida. No

II I by Pete McNeil on North Claxton, Windle Grove Brooks, Corsley could be a doubtful starter deposit The Florida will be Park required.Service .

II Third SLWingard :Jr., Archibald Clifford Mclnnis.i i iI for the Pirates in the game. the right to reject any and all

I was represented by I Henry S. Wrye, Conway McCauley McCorsley, an' outstanding line- terest and to of accept the State the bid of Florida.in the best I Dealer

Public Defender Mercury Kavouk- Davis, Ralph Carlton DuBois, I man for the Pirates all season, FLORIDA PARK SERVICE 1910
lis. Stephen Franklin Anderson, Jr., will be sorely missed if he is un- By N. E. Miller, Jr. j'' St.
i I Today, juries will -hear the Henry Clyde Haddock. able to go at full strength. Executive Administrator2t 11-21,
cases of Ester Mae Green, alias -- -- __ __ __ __ 4'_ '_
Ester Mae Kirtsey, charged with
i assault with intent to commit I

murder in the first degree, and I
Della Mae Nelson, charged with I!

aggravated assault.All i Oven Ready .. .
state cases were presentedby FREE

Thos. J. Shave, Jr., assistant
state attorney for this district.

On Friday, Judge Graessle will e
t w
hear the case of Sally P. Oliver

and Robert B. Oliver against the :j'
City of Fernandina Beach. FROM *

Attorney Albin C. Thompson, I

Prices Jr., will represent the complaint-
Lo.w ants and the law firm of Dawson !

and represent Beach.Gallant the, of City Jacksonville of Fernandina, will I, Food Fair Store tbb I


for size tire The suit stems from an alleged f fI
your injury suffered by Sally P. Oliver !-

in stepping in a hole on city:

property near the courthouse. With Purchase
On Monday morning a nolle !
WE'LL FIT 'EM 4y ;
BIG CAR OR SMALL prosse was declared in the case of I I ,
'A
.ALL WITH GUARANTEED GOODYEAR James Hughes. Hughes had been .

TIRES WITH TUFSYN RUBBER against charged Broward with aggravated Peeples. assault I III i :

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Summoned to jury duty were: Of $100 More
or
I Johnnie Ball, George Endicott

NoiTradeiiFNeeded I 1 Munt Melvin, Jr.Lee, Eugene Loper,Paul Oley Fachko Owen, I Only 3 More Days Friday, Saturday, Monday : :

King, Jr., Walter Curtis Gordon, I


Motor Co.YOUR i Oscar Crump, Hagan William, Delbert Ivey Madison Copley,I MATHER of Fernandina J j

Lasserre Everett A. Powell, Leo Frank ,

Johnson, Billy Gene Joyce, Harry ..
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Downes Johnson, Clifford William "
DEALER SINCE 1910 329 South 8th Phone 261-4388-
FORD Carroll, William Dennis Buchan.. St. _I f

an, Robert Henry Graham, Roy I f!

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..1' ne Four .News.L, t der. :Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursday, November ,21, 1963 t S "It's Thanksgiving ] to spent Thanksgiving' and

---- -I 1d earth tier parent, Dr.
I Program Given At I j I R. J. Tiseberv and family,

Christmas Plans I Talent To Be Chosen From Studentsn I ; parents, )fro and Mrs. W.
Top I Hibiscus Garden Club in Vielsburg,' Miss.
Discussed t
At Meeting
I Members of the Hibiscus Garden i and Mrs. Thomas 0. Hall,
Of Edna S. Ward ClassThe Show November 29-30
I County-Wide : Gab met Monday at the Atlantic I by Mrs. Hall's:
I Avenue home of Mrs. E. J Mrs Ruby f;. Rice, of
I Edna S. Ward Class met i The Nassau County Studen' : Smith Mrs A. H. Reynolds ant i completed a three-
at .the.home of Mrs. Robert Gray
Talent Show Mrs. Virginia Higginbotham 1 St. Augustine and
.. sponscred by the were to
I Tuesday evening. Mrs. Hugh C. Christmas ConcertI Fernandina Beach Band Parents cohostesses.The I 1'n via the inland waterway

, i tasioiuMrs.Hunt was co-hostess for the oc I By Chorus Assn., will be presented on Nov- ; president, Mrs. A. C. Mark. Veteran's Day week-end,

ember 29 and 30 in the Recreation ham, presided over the business I Triangle Twenty sloop,
\ M. D. Dixon, vice president Of Woman's ClubThe Center auditorium. J meeting. Mrs. J. J. G. Cooper re. Jr., Bat for a rainy

j opened the meeting and Tryouts and eliminations will I ported that petunias had been I ,t I on Monday, the Hafts re
.I welcomed the 18 members present Woman's Club Chorus, I Several a most interesting trip.
be hed! on Friday, with grade planted at the hospital.
Mrs. L. K. Nolan gave the newly organized this year, has one through 5, and 6 through 4 1 members will participate in the I !I in St. Augustine they vis-
devotion, "Thankfulness and Gratitude. been in rehearsal since i
Septem- their art exhibits, and re-
I eight, beginning competitionat flower show to be held Saturdayat
ber, preparing for a Christmas j acquaintances with old
1 pm. High school students the Keystone Hotel. j I
It was decided that the annual Concert to be given December 171 i will compete at 7:30 p.m. The "It's Thanksgiv: tfiere.
Christmas should be held at 8 at the Recreation Cen- program
party p.m
I A Eight students from each :! Mrs. Markham,
age ing" was given by
I at the Seaside Inn, Tuesday December ter. | f I II John L. Smith, Sr. will
1 group will be selected to appearin assisted by Mrs. D. 0. Oxley. The I
17 Dinner will be servedat I Edward Doe, well known artist, 'M"' Saturday for an extended
the finals on Saturday eveningat .. members enjoyed making turkeys I
I '
6 p.m. Each member will bring will be guest soloist with the j 7:30: p.m. Trophies will be I. : :'". '. from apples using tooth picks, Brewten, Ala. with her
and .,
,
exchange \ .
gift.
.. a chorus. awarded to first and second place cranberries, raisins, and nuts. i tnw and daughter, Mr. and
The following members were II Included on the program will winners in each group. ) : ... ,J: I IJ 1 A table for two was set for : lIoUand.i .
appointed to the decoration committee and secular selections ;:
sacred
be both (: .
I Ranger Hal will serve as mas- The floral
:... ; .\: .,! Thanksgiving. arrange-
I : I i
Robert
Mrs. Mrs.
; Gray and several numbers by the I ter of ceremonies at all three z Y, ment consisted of bronze chrysan I I

Herbert Bowers, and Mrs. J. R. soloist. i shows. Special features, not in + themums with fall oak leaves, I I\ At HomeNewDuPont

Hutchins. The public is cordially invited. i iI competition, will be the Fernan-. | pine branches, and cones. A tur- ,
t Following the business meetingan I i I dina Beach High School Dance key decoration was used as the --- ------

auction was held. Refresh The George Chanceys !. Band who will perform both even I accessory.The .
ments were served by the hos ings, and the Barbershop Chorusto off-white and
cloth
tesses.. Feted At Surprise I appear on the Saturday night the plates were was pottery with a I I 'The paint 1liat1Vniae fmuous-

I I show. the center and floral
House turkey in a
Warming i
\ ,Mrs. Mary Harrison 'I Tickets Will be sold for all three border. Ornate silver was used I I

Speaks To HomeDemonstration Mr. and Mrs George Chanceywere shows at $1.00 for adults and .50c 1 and semi-ornate glassware com LOTff'with !
for students. j
honored at a surprise housewarming r pleted the setting.
Club I, at their S. 15th St. home I Following is a list of contestants i L I Mrs. Smith read .a Thanksgiv-I
,; by area and their sponsors: 1
I Tuesday e\enng. : ing prayer as the program's. con-j
The Fernandina Beach Home I Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hamm and I II MILLIARD I HOMECOMING QUEEN SHIRLEY DEES, escorted by elusion. !! '. Paint

I Demonstration Club held its regular Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Strickland Roger Hickox, reigned our the Friday night game with Refreshments were served to I! .
monthly meeting Thursday in I hosted the party. Betty Kelly by Hilliard the members present. /.
with her court and twenty-four
the. Conference the Recreation Orange Park ftom a seat of honor I
at ,
room Mrs. Chancty received beautifuland Hardware; Wanda Allison by princesses. I The door prize, petunia plants, ',: THE CLEAN, EASY QUICK
Center I useful gifts. I Bray's Department Store; Bar- was won by Mrs. R. B. Lockwood.The WAY TO PAINTI
The president, Mrs. Carl Quttlebaum bara Jackson by Fuqua's December meeting will feature I
cakes nut You've "bcita" Wall Paint oft
Fresh apple plain seen
opened the meeting and ; Pharmacy; Cathy Ann Johnson Mrs. A. G. McArthur Mrs. E. P. Wilson a gift exchange. <
and pound cakes, made by the hos North Florida TelephoneCo. TV-the way it means less bother,,
by '
gave the devotion. After the business I tesses, were served to the guests .; Robin Rowe by C. J. Hostess At Camellia Hostess For Bernice doesn't drip or run like ordinary
j
concluded
was the meetingwas !
Club minutes.
along with very colorful hors d' Founders p2inls.anddrieJia
i Walker Distributor Gulf Oil
turned'over to Mrs. Mary Oeuvers, peanuts, hot coffee, and Garden Club MeetThe Lowe Circle MeetThe r
"
Richard k Millions Lucite Paint
t Harrison, home demonstration Products; Seldomridge Meeting Held At find Will
hot chocolate. i by Buck's Gulf Service Station II IIIT. -y "' everything TV it is.
z". says
agent for Nassau County. Camellia Garden Club met Bernice Lowe Circle of the
the W. Brown Home
Among guests present were I Bill Johnson by Conner'sTexaco ,
Mrs Harrison snoke on "Fabric ; in the home of Mrs. A. G. Mc- W. S. C. S., Memorial Methodist
i I I PJWHYDOlfTYDUtRYITTODATt 45
Tifiakos Mrs. Glenn Station Darlene West $7.
Mrs. Johnny ,
Labels and Care. This should ; BrendaIllunter Arthur Monday at 8 p.m. Mrs. T. Church, met Wednesday morning,I Mrs. T W. Brown was hostess I I II WALL __" 22 DECORATOR COLORS "
by Butler's Gift Shop '
Green, Mrs. David Catchel, Mrs. ; W. Oliver club November 13th, in the home of aua---- '. .
prove to very useful to all present I by M & N Truck City; president, openedthe for the November meeting of the I GAL.
-
She also gave a demonstration James Graves Mrs. Hoyt Lofton, and Jerry Gray by Mr. and meeting with the club prayer. Mrs. E. P. Wilson. I Founders Garden Club held in her (

on candle-making for home I Mrs. Richard Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. John Gray's Orchid Farm. Mrs. B. A. Theobald, acting sec- Mrs. Wilson, circle chairman, home recently.The I
decoration and use. Mrs. Odell Dees, Mr. and Mrs. retary, called the roll and read presided and welcomed the 14 meeting was opened with NASSAU BUILDING & SUPPLY CO.

I The hostess, Jlrs. J. C. Ramsey I Sonny Strickland, Mr and Mrs. CALLAHAN the minutes. members present the club prayer. Mrs. Alviel By-
t, served: refreshments after the Virgil Hamm, and Dan Dougherty. Nassau Committee reports were given Mrs. R. W. Galphin, spirituallife i ers was recognized as a new I Ii 1129 Sooth 8th Street Phone 261.3618

conclusion. of the program. Patty Taplcy by by the civic improvement, flower chairman, reviewed the book, 'i ber and welcomed into the mem-I
-- - I County Record; Brian Westmore 'show and committees. "Our Luke that -
program Mission Today, using as Mrs. II S. reported
l land by Pinebreeze Farms, :I A "Professor Sergeant" camellia the sub-title, "Beginning of the I her entry plans were set for the i[

Inc.; Deborah McKinney by was recently planted in the New Age." I flower show scheduled for Satur- .
Brandies Home & Farm Supply; I lot of Mrs. Emma Suh- Hotel. ::% X .
Ilan Theatre Rainbow cemetery The missionary education dav at the Keystone ;%%T' .!';i
Hendricks
I Kathy by I! rer, honoring her as a past president man, Mrs. T. W. Oliver chair-I' Flowers for the welcome sta
Motel, Restaurant, Service Station -j and founder of the club. :Mrs. E. P.
a tion discussed.
-- talk "Antf Americanism and were
!
: Phone 261-4849 C. E. Beach, Mjjr. I I Stratton; Gracie Insurance Clemmons Agency;-Connie by-I I Mrs. H. S. Cook, program American on Missionaries.- She also Davis then gave a memorial for ,: ( .< ,i I'll or!)

j : SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MATINEES AT 2:30 Giarratano by PrescriptionShop | chairman, introduced Mrs Edna read an interesting letter from Mrs. Rogers. I ,. ;:: t j
I and Dewitt Smith by II i C. Willis, a local florist who gave her brother Rev. Luke, who is j! It WAS announced that the next
NIGHT snows START 7:30: ; -
the "Holiday Arrange I meeting will be held one evening
? Pro program serving a special mission in South ;
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Wright (
ONE COMPLETE SHOW ments." Artistic and colorful I in December. The group was served I
America for six months.
I : ducer for Foremost Dairies). )
ideas were given by Mrs.\ Willis I Mrs. Oliver and Mrs. A. G. Mc refreshments. I f''OR

I YULEE for Christmas decorating. Mem- Arthur gave a report 'on the As part of the program, Mrs.
.
bers were then invited to the dining ,I Davis narrated her trip.
,
I
: ....,Thursday, Friday & Saturday Ginger and Denise Cook by room for holiday cookies,!i church kitchen and Memory
l. Mrs. and
'" Chap Galphin
Bob Carters Gulf Service Sta- tarts, salted nuts, hot tea and lrs.1
tion; Andy Mead and William 'I Wilson will serve on that PersonalsTommy flMIfluflVIIb

'L\ ; 'Walt Disney Presents The Mightiest Zetterower Service Station.- by Steven's Esso coffee.The door prize, a large red tee The for chairman the coming announced month. that I \ J' .-:

Motion Picture of Them All candle and footed container, was t the next general meeting of the Hall, Jr., a freshman: .
fJ) I FERNANDINA BEACH won by Mrs. J. C. Bennett. W.S.CS. will be on November at North Florida Junior Collegeat I "" APPETIZER AND SOUP

Co-hostesses were Mrs. E. C. 25th at 10 a.m. with Miss Robbie Madison, visited his parents, :
-'"20,000 Leagues Under The Sea" Linda Gail Holland by Florida Burgess, Jr., and Mrs Hugh F. Lee Thompson in charge of the Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Hall, : SALAD
I ; Abstract & Title Co.; Louise
1 : :: I Kaney oy Mary K's Depart- Stone, Jr. Fifteen members were program. and attended the Homecoming .

,1' : KIRK DOUGLAS JAMES MASON ment Store; Judy Hahn by, present.Members will bring a small I Mrs. Carl Quattlebaum was week-end festivities at and F.B.H.S.frame this past F.. TENDER ROAST TURKEY
I welcomed as'a new member of
Florida National Bank; Frances .'
at the Decem
gift to exchange : -
: Technicolor II Cottle by Waas Drugs; ber meeting. the circle. Here last weekend to visit Mrs.D. .)!: DRESSING :

ley Shepard by Shir-I The meeting was adjournedwith I' S. Satterwhite who is seriouslyill .
Connie Entzminger by the benediction, after which .
| in Humphreys Memorial Hos- ;
CRANBERRY
.-. ,- ---- I Young, Inc.; The Whirling Der-I Senior Citizens an auction was held. pital, were her grandson, Kenneth SAUCE

f:, vishes Beth Long, Janice Tin- j' Welcome Woman's The December meeting will be Posey, wife Ruby, and son, of Bes-
: Sunday & Monday I I er; Gail Galphin, Julanne Owens, I II held in the nome of Mrs. M. R. semer, Ala., grandson James T. / TWO VEGETABLES
; .. I Mary Julia Brewton; and Frances Club SponsorsThe Pikula. Satterwhite of Miami, and daughter ,
Bradley and Sally White -, Mrs. Dan Crisp, and family, *. PUMPKIN PIE OR MINCE PIE
: I by L. L. Bohannon-Real Estate, Senior Citizen's Club met of Jacksonville.
55 At Hemerocallis
Days Peking"CHARLTON I Insurance, Mortgage Loans. in regular session Thursday at Club I '

I Eddy and Cindy Justice by I the Recreation Center A delegation Discusses Flower Mrs. Herbert Dearing of Birmingham

i E : HESTON AVA GARDNER; Sam Merrow, Jr. Gulf Oil; from the Woman's Club, the Ala. and Mrs. Harvey : $1.50
I club's sponsor, was welcomed to i Show ArrangementsThe Posey of Bessemer, Ala. have
\ : Tony Vizcarrondo by High Club bedside of their
DAVID NIVEN the meeting The Woman's been called to the .
\ I Stone, Jr. Standard Oil; F'I members included, Mrs. Herb !'I Kernelocallis Garden Club mother, Mrs. D. S. Satterwhite, ,

.'1-.. '. Technicolor I Ann Cosson by Shoe White, Mrs. Bob Douglass, Mrs.J. I I held its November meeting at the. who has been confined to Hum. :J: '$1.23. FOR CHILDREN. =..
N. A. Stocffler Linda White W. Douglass, Mrs. Dorothy !; residence of Miss Lucile Sawyer. I phreys Memorial Hospital for .s: ;
.j ; I Sheffield, Miss Miriam Willis, and i 1 The program was centered on a the past month. Also here with
-... -.-- by Mather Furniture Company; Mrs. Jennie Sanders also a member I Thanksgiving theme. Mrs Jean- the family, who is staying at the r

= t Muriel Catherwood by Downtown -! of the Senior Citizen's Club. i iI ette Catherwood, president, led a home of Mrs. J. J.' Klarer, an- BringCTKe 1|
Gulf T. C. Herring Rox- Herb White showed film of other of Mrs. Satter-
; I a I discussion of the decorative uses daughter1!
anna Child by Bailey's Department Cypress Gardens as a part of the I of gourds. The members present white's, is Rev. David Satter. I t Whole'Fqmily; .j

$ -- 4' Store; Shan Barta and program and the scenes were so then processed some gourds for white, nephew, of Bay Springs, i{I r l
I realistic, that many of the club drying. These are to be used in Mississippi.
: \ I Rhonda Henry by Chuck'sT. members expressed a desire to I Thanksgiving arrangements. I
V. Service Sally Johnson I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lambrightwill
; visit the famous resort. I
the Miss Sawyer
During meeting
: I leave next Wednesday to
Motor Mrs. Mary N. Harrison, county ,
I by Lasserre Company; !
: honored with and the week x
was a surprise spend Thanksgiving
I home demonstration agent, gavea I f. }
h I
Shopf'arIy Katherine Peters and Diane Poole with her broth-
lecture and demonstration on : birthday party. All gifts will be end in Hollywood
Bros. --
by Hardec Company; -- I
candle making. Club members i helpful to her in arranging an en-
and Ted Steger, Steve Beckett,
John Puletti and Alice Faye thought the subject an interestingone try for the flower show Saturday. USEWESTERN II

/ J Derry by Steger Drug Com- in view of the coming holiday The flower show is to be held
: season. Many interesting effects l
i pany. :from 2 to 9 p.m. Saturday in conjunction AUTO'SHandi
1// were achieved by the demonstrator.
for 0 / II Judy Lasserre and Diane Lewis with an exhibition of
jfI' I .
Paul Burns Budget
by Agency; Charge
A short business session was I I paintings by Mrs. Oscar Sorensen, '
I Lottie Lathrop by Partin Shoe held, with Mrs. Adam Millsop pre- .a former resident of Fernandina'
Plan
) I Company; Joe Jackson Mizell siding. Refreshments were then Beach, and b sponsored by the or
I by Harrell's Auto Service; Lynn II served by Mrs. L. S. Grant and I Rose Garden Club and the Hem Convenient Lay-Away

HIS Christmas i Gooding by Gene's; Laura_ Mrs. A. H. Cyers. j jI i erocallis Club.

I I Sorensen and Glenda Edwards I The club's next regular meeting I Ii I Club members were appointed',
ChristmasS.
by Woodward Motors; Wanda I This
Freezette David i will be held Thursday November I I to make entries for the show and SEASIDE INN
I Shealy by ;
Five Points 28, at 7 p.m.Green I' were reminded to take their ar-
I Burghardt by
rangements to the Keystone Hotel 8th St.
John Brobston by
Grocery;
Deborah Stamps To I Friday between 2 and 5 p.m. and .
Timber
Callahan
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Variety I Jo Suriano by Porter Give Christmas To i' Refreshments were served and }\. \1Z\\ \\ U\) a 4V4V a 4 4H c ak\\\c yiM4M V %M .
& Lovequist Color Center; Bobby
I'Hernandez and Kim Gordon I Homeless ChildGreen I'I the meeting adjourned. '
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at PARTIN'SI by .Gordon's Automotive; Den I The following members were Magic"i'
1 ise Heafner by Golden Sands stamps will serve a unique t present; Mrs. Ann Pozega, Mrs. I :: :
Pavilion; Don Heafner by donor purpose this Christma as Fran Burghardt, MrS., Louise I 7 Lighting and decoration contest sponsored b)y the Magnolia -=::::: ?

E : 313 ATLANTIC AVENUE ; Judy Allay by Land .& I members of the Eda Stertz Circle I Walker, Mr*. Ernestine Harvey, e Garden Club and the Florida Public Utilities Co. Open to ll./"... ,.

Williams Bowling; and Julie Lee I donate them toward the purchaseof I i Mrs Catherwood, and Miss Saw residents of Amelia Island. r / .
: HIGGINS SLACKS and Cliff Fox by Becker's. a Christmas present for a yer. \
.. Pharmacy. I II child at the children's home in'I i e NAME I

: JARMAN SHOES I Jacksonville.As rHT 1 IYTo Prepare 1.
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I another project for November ADDRESS Iv t
Sunshine Girls ToMeet .
the members plan a program I Thanksgiving Basket :: 1

I E: I ARROW SHIRTS November 26 of visitation and enlistment. A 1!i it t

i iI contribution of $2.00 will be given t r For Needy Family I .:: CLASS Cheek .., ,
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E INTERWOVEN SOCKS i j The Golden Isle Sunshine Girls, to buy meat for the Thanksgiving one)
The business meeting 1. ENCHANTED WINDOWS commercial windows ( )
Council No. 11 of Pythian Sisters : basket to be sponsored by the regular
: I Temple No. 7, will meet at 3:30 i circle. I lof the Tri-Hi-Y was held Tuesday I .:: 3 Z. HOLIDAY HOUSE, entrances of homes ( ) :r

t HICKOX BELTS and ACCESSORIES p.m. Tuesday afternoon, Novem-I I Also discussed at the November ,! evening at the Recreation Center, 3, CHRISTMAS TREE LANE, decorated outdoor trees( ) ,
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26 at the Masonic Temple. meeting of the Eda Stertz Circle !!with President Sue Selph presid- 4. Outdoor scenes: .
All members are urged to at- was the possibility of furnishing I ing. The devotional was given by I Ii a. STAR OF BETHLEHEM, religious ( ) III: t

E OPEN ALL. DAY WEDNESDAY tend. I a cake as refreshment for the I Miss Mary Cleland. b. BEWITCHED, modern ( ) -

BEGLNNING NOV. 27 AND CONTINUING UNTIL II I book study group. Plans were made to prepare a .:: c. CHRISTMAS WONDERLAND, traditional ( )
: "It is often surprising to find I During the meeting, held in the I Thanksgiving basket to be givena
.. CHRISTMAS what heights may be reached by home of Mrs. Rutledge, Mrs.i needy family. Plans were also Y Mail entry to: Mrs. R. M. White, 502 Broome Street. 4i

: Store Hours 9 A.M. To 6 P.M. remaining on the level." Virginia -: Grant and Mrs. Roberts presenteda I discussed for the organization of Fernandina Beach or Phone 261.3727 .

.. Gaskill, Pennsburg (Pa.) book review. The author of the I another Trl. i-Y chapter in this
Town and Country. .' book BT Wallace. : !foeate. j ,
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,! Mrs.J \ Hail Relates I I .+..A x.. aarhxsaoa. anawl. t t1 tI ftev3Leacier\ Fernandina 'Beach' Florida:'-Thursday; 'November' -2t, 1963 P ge"F \;

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I European Tour For .

Azalea Garden Club : WheGarden School Echoes. I Miss Susan Butler .....
I Ic High
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z i 1a 9 [I.Sn Piano RecitalJj I
Mrs, John T. Ferreira with 1 /y 5 *
I Mrs. W. II. Russell and Mrs. G. r ux 1, 4 rJ w, +t Basket BY NED TYSON i i LaGrange College

II. Waas as co-hostesses, enter. Hello This week has been
naturally a
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i LaGRANGE Ga. Nov. 20
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I tamed the Azalea Garden Circle k BY JANE SCOFIELD awaited Home- but '
The long event ; big let down from last week, Susan Batter of Feraandina Beach
at her home for its November .! coming, has come and gone at the courageous students of F. B.-
will in recital i
of the play a presented >7
finest
p 4 meeting: This past week the Garden r as one burning resins F.B.H.S. This year's was a gala H. S. keep pushing onward although the Musk Department of LaGrange -
Mrs. H. D. Lohman, president 4 Basket seems to have been a 'I in the world and was much event with the there might have to be a I ,
College on Monday evening -
opened the meeting with the club sI cathallor an assortment of I used as incense for various occasions. t ootball game teacher behind them with fiery I Nov. 25, in Dobbs Auditorium,
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It burned
prayer. Following the reading of vared information.First was as a fum- lie only mar. breath.
h Miss Butler is
piano &pdrt
I rgant when animals used a ;
1 the minutes, roll call was answer. the writer was present were as ;? Many ex-Pirates i See you later.
of Miss Kathryn Cline pr" frs'"'r
ed with the name of a perennial at a conversation in which Mrs. I I burnt offerings. It was a hard .a were here for .
1r brittle and glittering substance of piano and organ at LC. She will
growing in the member's garden. B. F. Woolsey was being com- :Jie occasion.The .
made from the juice of the frank- 4th play Chopin's "W.IU, Op. W. till.i .
All members were urged to A plimented on the charming plantng I, incense tree the procedure for : big weekend Anniversary i 1 in A Flat Majer." -. ., .
enter the outdoor Christmas of her grounds, the statement began Thurs-
STHE I obtaining i Mba Btttfar is freshmen at
the juice
being slightly a
,I lighting and decorating rontestsoonsore..J being made that it was a Jay at school
: similar to the way we collect Celebrated By i LC where she is majoring j i* lane-
her ...
by the Magnolia Gar real inspiration to drive past when the seniors
f I turpentine. She states that the .}". ,,>t'I : lish. She is a graduate of ruunI -
den Club. home at the corner of Seventeenth I lisplayed I theirS
'leaves of the frankincense tree ." : diaa Beach High Stfco&l when he
end Ash.! One is glad that the talents (?) at Scout 213Boy ,
Members stood for a moment h Troop
I which grew in the Himalayas and the Senior |was very active in extra-cwne.itai
Woolsey property is a corner one Assemblyy. That
silent tribute to two of their
members Mrs. because from the Ash Street side i in northern Arabia are quite sim- night the Pirate Escapades were i! j activities. ..
recently departed, ilar to those of our mountain ash Scout Troop 213 celebrated She i fc the daughter of Mn and
Julia Chadwick and Mrs. J. J. G. :he passer-by is afforded the con the center of attraction. The Jun-1 I
and that the tree bore pretty : { its 4th anniversary with the Mrs. Gordon T. Butler of
_Suhrer._ __. trast of the more or less re- !' ior Class took top honors in the : itO
n I YOUNGEST GROUP OF SCOUTS, the Cubs, is strained and dignified planting i blossoms, star-shaped pink ones skits, and the Homecoming Queen, I' Annual Appreciation Dinner for l| South Seventh Street, FeruanJinai

I Mrs. Cecil Hall was guest ;; represented here by Den 1 of Pack 350. They are being I at the front of the property and I with yellow centers in spike for Miss Shirley Dees, was crowned the parents, scouts, and friendsat I i Beach, Fla. ..
speaker for the evening.! Having j| I 'I mation. It was a beautiful tree. I St. Joseph Hall Tuesday even ,
!A interviewed by WPAP announcer, Jim Colley. Conseouently the gay informality of the living by the football co-captains, Butch I "
toured England, Holland, Switzerland : addition to There are two types of myrrh Williams Wood and Ned ing. The Dangers of Longevity : "
i the taped interviews were played over the air. area at the back. In Chip
::1 Belgium, Germany, Austria The radio station tour was planned by the Den leaders her flower beds, Mrs. Woolsey' mentioned in the Bible, she says, Tyson. I During the program, MayorE. With modern medicine djHng so

Italy, France and Monaco }has put to use effectively the art the myrrh of the Old Testament i Friday, a large number of students J. Johnson, addressed the well at increasing our life expecttansy
last spring, Mrs. Hall shared her Mrs. B. C. White and Mrs. Don Heafner as part of the !I
including which the merchants were carrying large gathering congratulatingthe we'd better be careful
of gardening in containers, was dismissed from school !; ,
with verbal } theme "World of Sound. Mrs. S. E. Stewart
,
experience a picture, monthly
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debt.
: to Egypt when Joseph was about adding to the national
j" and hang I II troop on its performance
: pots, planters, i j in order to work on floats. The
and many scenes of the countries ont{t served as trip mother for the outing. Pictured from left ing plants, with the result that sold to them, and the myrrh I Sophomore Class did a grand job I II during the past year. I We might have to pay it off.ocr-
I visited. Emphasis was placed to right with Colley, the boys are '1st row Barry Mc which the wise it
i at all times during the summer men brought: to with its floats, winning first The annual presentation of I selves instead of passing aktog
the flowers and plant life of each Kendree Donald: Wilder, Donald Heafner; 2nd row, Carson her garden had charm and conversation Bethlehem, entirely different I prize. The parade, containing membership pins and one year to our children. ,_. ." "

country. White, Kim Stewart, Joey Taylor, Robbie Gray and pieces.In plants but both producing a I bands, floats, walking skits, and pins was as follows; 1st class The CherrJVale (Fan.! )
During the social hour the David Speaking the air the with Mrs. Woolseythe sweet scented gum. The Old RePablieeritnwere
Gray. over was highlightof talking decorated cars, began at 4:30j l Cecil A. Bennett received special
hostesses served refreshments in t'"' Cubs' radio station visit. topic of bulbs arose and she Testament plant is a small shrub : Friday and was directed throughthe t honors as the "Scout of the
the Thanksgiving motif. Mrs. J. ._ to mention that she had known as the rock rose. The New "
--- ---- - happened center of town. Year, junior leaders receiving
J. G. Cooper won the door prize. successful in growing Testament myrrh, and that of : Mrs. Connie McElroy,"'firs.
been
I quite I I Following the parade, there was their warrants, bars and year
associated with Christ- Ida Hider Mrs. Ruth Kearns,
of course ,
Stork ClubRecent Homecoming 63 hyacinths and was very fond scarcely enough time to get home pins were; John Harrison, Frank
Brazell ResidenceSite them. She plants them in pots in mas, is a resin from a large brushor and for the ball Harrison, Frank Fiala, Frank Mrs. Mary Cook, and Mrs. Clyde
prepare game
of Gala (Continued from Page One) the fall with no pre-chilling in small tree with numerous I and the dance. Snyder, Jack Ryals, Robert Ferreira Williams, all of post 168' of the
arrivals at Humphreys cold storage then buries the pots knotted branches and papery Scott Austin, Kenneth I Ladies Auxiliary to the Veteransof
House Memorial Hospital.A Prizes for the float competitionwent tops and all in a trench until bark. At first the gum is white \{ In a pre-game ceremony, alll I I'I King, Robert Bedford, Walter Foreign Wars of the United
Warming I to the sophomore class, senior football players and the I
; growth begins, examining themat but turns reddish as it hardens.It Patrick Fiala Eugene : States, Jacksonville. .. ., .
'I Sturges, ,
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': Junior Honor the Brewton
Sarah Janane, born Society, and team sponsors, Margie ,
daughter
much used in medicineand
intervals to see if growth has was The turkey dinner, with aU.the) ))
Mr. and Mrs. James Brazell King, and Al Bennett.
Monday, November 4 to Mary and junior class for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in the Tabernacle anointingoil. Gail McKendree, and Bobbi
shoots I
When the trimmings, prepared and
r and family were honored Thurs Howard Wilson, Rt 1, Box 221. places respectively. The walking she begun.takes the pots out appear of the It was also used in preserv- I ton, followed the captains to BI'C-1 Roundup patches were pre served by the was troop motheri;
day evening with a house warming I
skit competition was won by the ing the bodies of the dead. It was I center of the field for the sented to; Billy Bob Harvey, Roy
and gradually i Mr. and Mrs. Keax.xkon
trench Ralph
: at their newly remodeled and A son, Michael Buford born Science Club and the Math. Club ; exposes I' of the ingredients of the the coin. Fernandina lost the toss, : Clements, Scott Austin, Hydie
redecorated home en 20G Citrona November 9 to Barbara Ann and them to light, placing a paper one pre- i the "get acquainted" game prier
t took highest honors in the decorated that Nicodemus broughtat ; and as the game ended, once again i Peterson, Robert Ferreira, Pa-
Drive. Bohannon Cal S. 14th cone over them to make the paration of one silver dallar. i w
I Stanley car category.The stems tall by reaching for the time of'Christ's burial. The I found themselves on the losing I II trick Fiala, Jack Ryals, and Over 100 children end i adults
Hostesses for the occasion were; Street.A Orange Park-Fernandina grow myrrh has small leaves which end. The game was hardfoughtand Walter Sturges. The number of
the and height is achieved I attended the annual
light as affai.r. .
...
I Mrs. Roger Harsey of Chester, night exciting as the 33-20 score and membership pins
daughter, Belinda Gae, born Beach game Friday was discarding the cones. grow in clusters with little or no year pins .
Mrs. Colon Nettles,. Mrs. James I might indicate. It was also the totaled 52 with 16 receiving I ''
fine
by ,
November 11 to Olitha and Leon highlighted a performance One of the artistic classes in stems. I CAlm OF THANKS ,
Daniels: and Mrs. Russell Brown, 1 both bands of the final home game for Chip Wood ,. Five received
> inspite membership pins.
ard Carter, Yulee. 7 the forthcoming flower show has ] The Garden Basket makes a Our heartfelt thanks to all who
I also of Chester, all sisters.of Mrs. cold which made playing difficultat discussion which i I Butch Williams, George Sheffield, 4 year pins; :3 I, 3-year pins; 2, 2- sympathy
in for extended comforting
I Brazell.In I I A daughter, Mae Elise, born times. come led us to a some little research that I last plea for horticulture to be I Kirby Hendrix, Roy Cox, Curtis year pins; and 9, one-year pins. and help in our recent sorrow. .

addition to complete remod I! November 12 to Inez and Charles The 33-20 loss for the Pirateswas l the public may find interesting brought to the flower show at the I McCorsley, Ken Forehand, Ned I Institutional Representative I For the beautiful service1,"flor-

eling, the Brazells added, kitchen, Allan, 2119 S. Fletcher.A a disappointment but it's said with the Christmas season just Keystone on November 23rd. Ear- I Tyson, Wayne Arnold, Steve Bec Mathias Fiala acted as master of al offerings, and other kindaeet */.
dining bath, carport, front I ly blooming! camellias are parti- kett, and Rae Rowe. for the occasion introducing :
room Kelley Elena born that they intend to make up for around the corner. The title of ceremonies we are deeply grateful. J Ji '
daughter
porch, and patio to their home of November 13 to Janice and Marcus it at Live Oak tomorrow niafttThe the class is "Frankincense and cularly stressed. Cut them witha I The half-time show was excel- i Father William J. i (signed) The family of the tot$

12 years. I I Reynolds, 224 Florida Avenue.A Senior Dance: after the "Myrrh" and there are questions I two inch Item and a couple of lent, with the Fernandina Band as Holmes for the invocation, followed I} George R. Sutton, Sr. JASKINS J
Guests were received from 7:00 I I game, with its surprise theme, about its interpretation with modern leaves. If the flowers are heavy I well as the Orange Park Band by the introduction of Al ..

until 9:30( p.m. and served party I son, Preston Harley, born "The Pirates," was a success. day plants. We were fortunate -I II and likely to drop it is permis- performing, and the Homecoming Blanchard, president! of the Holy '
sandwiches, cake, nuts, mints November 15; to Nellie and Pres- As the queen and her escort in knowing where to borrow j sible 'to attach them to their I Queen and her Court being shown Name Society, sponsors of the :;

/ cookies, and coffee by the'. hose ten Durrance, 1326 Hickory Street.I took the floor for the 1st dance, I, the beautiful and authoritative!I stems by two pieces of florists I off to the fans. troop. Henry Lipinsky, chairmanof I ., .
tesses. I Homecoming for 19G3 swept into : book "All the Plants of the wire run through the base of the The Homecoming Dance which the board of review; CharlesHarrison

Present also were the six Braze Jr. HiElementaryLUNCHROOM its final hours. i Bible" by Winifred Walker, a1 flower and twisted around the II followed tHe ball game was very committee chairman; LAUNDROMAT :

ell children Kenny, Donna Lar- i distinguished botanical artist who stem. |I successful. The music was provide and Scout Muster Ernest Valero i .

aine, Debbie, James,.. and Judy MENUS I produced, the book after years of i' Late blooming roses are wanted i ed by the '"Continentals" until 1 were also presented.

Brarell McLain. NOV. 23-27; 'No Sweeter Gifts'Continued I research. She says that the gold !. too, as well as any annuals or a.ra. when the dance ended bringing Assistant Senior Patrol Leader FREE COFFEE
Mrs. Brazell called the gifts I was brought by the wise men to "perennials one might have on Homecoming 1963 to a close. Frank Fiala presented Mrs .
she received, "lovely and .useful.":. Monday: Ham wgreen ( from Page One) the infant Jesus as a token of I this November date. Berried, I Monday the seniors received Ernest Valero with a centerpiece For Our Customer ff

An estimated 15 persons: ,. at-, beans and potatoes, mixed green A cordial invitation is extendedthe kingship, the frankincense for,, fruited, or blossoming branchesnot their test stoics from the Senior of fall flowers on behalf ol .

tended. salad, cornbread and butter, chill 'general public to4 enter the holiness, and the myrrh as a sym- to exceed 24 inches in length Placement Test and most of them : the parents and the members ol f, I, Mrs. Kathryn AbelsAttendant :

ed peach halves, peanut butter horticultural exhibits. It is not required bol of the suffering he would be may be exhibited too. Even ex were pleased. ''the troop for her assistance during < f

l Methodist Circle brownie, \'z pint milk. I that exhibitors in this division called upon to bear. hibits of home grown vegetablesadd Wednesday, club pictures were the year, "I

'Tuesday r>.....Hamburgers / buns?4 be, members ',of a garden i. -The frankincense. was known interest to the show. I taken for the annual. Out of IO\TI guests presen!t 513 South Eighth Streetst
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Holds AucKon For cole slaw, buttered peas and carrots club. The two'miniature classes ., --- -- ...... ---- -- -- ..... _--- -
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Project Funds cherry cobbler, % pint milk. in the artistic division are also ok. '! ,
t Wednesday. Baked Turkeywi open to the public. i iI i 1 i
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The November meeting of the dressing, giblet gravy, fresh I Potted plants are to, be brought | .

Ella Hardee Circle was held at cranberry sauce, brussel sprouts,1,i to the Keystone Hotel on Friday i I II .
l the home of Mrs. Walt Merze-I buttered corn, rolls and butter, afternoon from 2 until 5 p.m. and I j '' FALL

jewski with thirteen" attending.The pumpkin pie % pint milk. I cut specimens are from to be 8 brought to j INVENTORY SALE 1 1q.

chairman Mrs. Herb Bailey,I I Saturday morning 101

opened the meeting with a prayer MAMMA MIA a.m.The I
theme "No Greater Gifts"was
followed by the Spiritual Life 1f
I given by Mrs. Tom Davis. Mis- Mamma mia, wait for me. selected as befitting to the approaching .
Education ,The stones that strew the village Thanksgiving and ,
sionary was presented I
by Mrs. Paul Burns. i. street Christmas holiday seasons. .. --=: .. :

Reading of the minutes was Are cruel to your baby's feet. I The public is cordially invited 4 4 11 .rt
Mamma mia, wait forme. to attend the show.
dispensed with in the interest of I .. .
: time, and a letter from Mr. and comfort !
Mamma mia me. I :
Mrs. Garden, missionaries, was wound I
I At school they laugh and Marina Log
report Vc :
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net.The sale of Claxton fruit cakes part.mia comfort Nellie Jane II; M. Kemp, Port- FULLYAUTOMATICFILTERFLO' _,'. .S_
was discussed, as was the need Mamma me. land, Oregon, :31 feet. t' S.- :

for baby clothes at Piper Memorial Mamma mia, pray for me. Andrea, R. S. Howard, Naples, .:

Hospital and the sending of I The lad I love has marched away Fla., 60 feetVagabondia

sample medicine to the hospital And war-clouds blacken: out the K. A. Knowles, W. A'SHER '. \ '--
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The meeting was dismissed day.Mamma. Annapolis MJ., 38 feet. f.tt. 11 Whl .

with a prayer. : mia, pray for, me. Josephine. .IV, H., Liebeck, Ocean 1 WASHES BiG' (}V'
The members held an auctionto Citr N. J., :33 feet. ;
raise for their Mamma mia, weep for me. Alice Too, W. L. Ridgeway, 30 12 LB.
money pro-
My dear one sleeps beyond the sea i. J :

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shelters, hospital custodian, Restoration restoration of historical areas of Nassau County Good S. R. Morrow Florida Public Ut-

iJiLsi4.,. .: i.(.,j:!!' ;:. .J.'iJ y generator technician, and the Amelia Island. ilities, liter's Concrete Myer'sDept
yy. many other varied functions that Samaritan Group Store, Peterson Packing
",* Dr, Smith said last summer,
(Continued from Page One)
: go along with the job as Civil Defense while here with his class for the Installs New OfficersOn Company, Mason Service Station.
Director in
Nassau County 'archaeological "dig" that was 'I "dig", that the area of Old Town : Simon Monroe & Sons, :Myer's

; Therefore, as can so easily be I'made last Summer at Old Town j I is perfectly located for such a project :: Monday night the Nassau Grocery, Bailey's DepartmentStore
deduced from the foregoing, 'I by a class of Dr. Hale Smith of 1! : as is proposed here. He based L L. Bohannon, G W's
hereby resign as Civil Defense' Florida State University and how his statement on the problems en- I Association Grocery and Market, Steger Drug
'
__ .. .......... ... 'v. ,.....".., I Director of Nassau County. It is I the outline of the foundation of I countered at St. Augustine by i i stallation of officers at the Elm Co., Fernandina Hardware, Drive
-: : : requested that this resignation be I Fort San Carlos was uncovered.She traffic and the In Cleaners, Mrs. May Traeye,
.b- : .;," .: ---- ':r;.: ::1':::; heavy through i Street Recreation Center.
.: effective on 31 January 1964. I residential Joe's Barber Morgan & Son,
'. said that Fort San Carloswas large areas adjacent. Officers installed Shop :
> : were Glynn
\ '.:':).;::'::';';.:::::' have accrued eighteen ((18)) das a fortification utilized by the Mrs Bartels was called upon by Chuck's T-Y, G &: II Motor Service -
Leroy Williams
I Pope president; ,
.
., ... leave and eleven ((11)) days in
.i.t. .: Partin's Shoe Co.
9 1yl : ;' Spaniards while they controlled the ,Lions to answer an unusually vice Alex Gene's
: president Baker treasurer
;; ::: ; -
J i ,.. .y Y"':." .' compensatory time. This will allow -, Amelia Island and that records large number of questions, attest- i' ; Otto Smith, financial secretary Rayonier Inc., Fernandina BeachNewsLeader
-'" y ,7w; me to terminate operations as I show the fort dates back to 1811. ing the interest in the subject. Elbert Morris, corresponding -!. I. R P. S. P. M. W
Director on or about 2 January ; Local 610.Florida.
the
President Ben Clarke urged
... 1964. Mrs. Barrels also pointed out i secretary; Clarence Harvey,:
;,.' I that available records show that i, Lions to attend a zone meeting ; business manager and Lewis Fai- National Bank at Fer

.. With this resignation I will: I this was the only Spanish frontier I here next week. Following the son, chaplain.The nandina Beach, Mom's Kitchen,

j M Remove my 12.5 KW auxi'iary I colonial town in Florida and that regular meeting, he conducted a Association asked that the Davis: Lunch Room, Nassau Build
... generator from the mobile trailer. !'1 it outdates St Augustine in that short board meeting. :
I' following businesses and
... groups ing & Supply, Wooten InsuranceCo.
I Remove my personal radio I I respect. She cited also that the be thanked for assistance in assuring .
John
y 'equipment and associated repair''' first oostoffice and the first established I a successful operation of O'Callaghan, Mary K's
JI y nos :, MW instruments. j i hosnital in Florida were I ChristmasContinued Magic I this charitable and benevolent effort I Department Store, Orvilles Ser-

!M ,k Withdraw my radio call and license :''located' at Old Town.In i : vice Station, Woodward Motor Co.,

t from the Nassau County' pointing to what is possiblein i I ( from Page One) Huff and Battise Funeral Home I R. B. Lockwood, Firestone! Beach
: I
Civil Defense RACES System. the Old Town area in the way Supply, Las Motor Company
: SECOND, Holiday House, to Hardee Brothers Hardware, Dixieland erre
Terminate nij custodianship of of a tourist attraction, the speaker Western Auto.
the Mobile Hospital stored at cited the tremendous number ,include all decorations of entry 5 &: lOc Store, John T. Fer- :
'. of visitors each here to Fort : ways, porch, door, steps, or rail- t Miss Carrie J. CoaUey, Joseph
Bryceville, Florida. year reira &: Son, Waas Drug Store, :,
Richo, Fernandina Lumber &
i ings, to name a few possibilities.
Also extended with this resig- Clinch. I
I ]i I I 1 THIRD, Christmas Tree Lane,I Baker's Barber Shop Faison & Supply, GAC Finance Corp., L B.
I Included in the Commission
plans by
nation is that of Mrs. Walter J.' '
Son Electrical Service, George Reese Plumbing, Charlene's, Rob-
Christmas tree liv-
I including I
I ............:... .. .. .....-,.......mw ..ux.aaN. A La.'A0007fuw.._. .ae .n' reston, Jr., as part time clerk in that, she is added expected, is the from assist-Dr. 'ing or artificial any cut or growing.I Thompson, H. F. Stone, Blue : ison Jewelry, Joe's Variety,
I the Civil Defense Office. : ance I II
Decorations in addition to I Moon Cafe, Buccaneer Laundry, Lowe's Grocery,
TRAFFIC ON NORTH FOURTEENTH STREET was halted temporarily last week as I I' With this resignation I wish to Charles Arnade of the University : might I _..,.L. -- _--
Christmas include
I '''of South Florida, who is lighting reflectors I
t the first of several homes in Kraft Village was moved to a new location. The homes extend my sincere appreciation to'I'Ion working tinsel, or balls. I
Colonial of Northeast
the volunteers whose a History -
services -
have been Burns and Brewer local contractors and and will many II
I purchased by developers, have made it possible for:1 I Florida, which is expected to FOURTH, Outdoor Scenes
J ,be used in a sales development. On ground watching the moving are, left to right, Civil Defense to function in Nas- ,: deal favorably with Amelia Island. which is divided into three sub-II

Charles Brewer, Paul Burns and Louis Ferreira, president of the Florida National sau County. To be remembered I I Also revealed by Mrs. Bartels classes, Star of Bethlehem, to include I HOTPOINT

Bank. Workers at right are holding telephone wires above the house as it passes. especially are: I i are plans to secure invaluable information lawn, roof, yard, garage, .
t Mover, in truck, is unidentified. Sheriff H. J. Youngblood for his i from the 3 archives in I scenes of a religious theme; Be-
witched, for scenes with a modern
---- -- --- Washington. The and
wonderful cooperation and ability uncovering
: .
people, and the position has reached to think into the future. I copying of this information is estimated I I turn; and Christmas Wonderland, I I Closeouts
others the traditional '
: include
i Junior The Sheriff's Deputies of Nas- to cost $1,000, of which to among -
I: : High-Lights or is reaching, the point to sau County. sum the Duncan L. Clinch Histor- II Santa, and his clan.
where its apparent being is only I
The public is invited and urged
for ical is half
Commissioner Harry Poole Society providing one
because it is required by law.
BY CAROLYN BUEEDEN I For informationcall
t ._.. his single-handed support on the and an anonymous donor is to fur to participate.
----- -- NOT "Stand still" Mrs. R.
accept a posi- 261-3727 or write to FREEZER
Board of County Commissioners. nish the other $500.
Hell! tion, especially in Civil Defense,I The Fernandina Beach News- Once this information is secur- M. White, 502 Broome Street, Fer- $19900

Tonight marks Hopecoming for Preston SubmitsContinued I cannot accept the Board's apparent -I Leader and Radio Station WPAP. ed, :Mrs. Barlels said, proof can nandina Beach. 14' Upright Was $245
the Junior Pirates ,as they play attitude that "It will not
The Woman's Club of Fernan-
their last game against the St. or can not happen to us." I will I DRIVE ON POLIO
I Marys Hurricanes. The game is ( from Page One). not accept "do it tomorrow" phil dina Beach.
I Mr. John WeisnerMr. to being hired as a part time em- The government of Spain has
scheduled for 'I NOT again be subjected to the osophy. There may not be a tomorrow Leroy McKee ployee at $1.65 per hour which announced a nationwide campaignto REFRIGERATOR $19.500

\. 730; at the City (humiliation resulting from the as far as preparation for Mr. James Graves of the Fer was criticized by the present eliminate polio, a disease I
Ball Park, and method utilized by the Board in survival is concerned. We all hope nandina Beach Fire DepartmentMr. Chairman of the Board of County causing 200 deaths and 2,000 12'-Was $239REFRIGERATOR

tickets will ben informing me that I had not used and pray that international actions Bill Catherwood for his Commissioners.The cases of paralysis annually.
will be controlled I .
'sale at the always by -- -- -
the proper procedure in the pur- many hours devoted to radiological foregoing notwithstanding,
minds of and God fear-
gate.. chase of equipment. The way it the sane monitoring instructing and I am sorry to sever my work with I 00
** Home made a appeared in the newspaper I was ing men. Experience tells us and planning.The Civil Defense. I have enjoyed it USEWESTERN $17
know in hearts that this
cookies will be bordering on being a criminaleven we our Citizen Band radio opera- even though there have been many I &in&
on sale by F.T.A though I have followed the will not necessarily be the case. tors in this area; especially Mr. trials and tribulations. I believe I AUTO'S 10'-Was $215

members They. r same procedure since I have been NOT be party to an operation John Sills and Mr. Tom Harden. sincerely in the need for an active
will, sell the cook- ., 'Civil Defense Director. where for" the sake of a few dol- The two Reserve Officers as-'I and progressive Civil Defense.

\\ts as long as they last! | NO longer bear the title of lars we could jeopardize the lives signed to Civil Defense for drills, Note to Radio Stations and Radio Handi! Charge Budget ONLY ONE OF EACH

-"The Patrol met last Wednesday Civil Defense Director for Nas- of many people. Mr. Emerson Fizer and Mr. Cur- Operators in Nassau County Civil Plan orConvenient
County. This has become NOT be to Defense RACES Net
I sau a party an operation tis Lasserre. :
{ : discuss plans for the Annual
Christmas& )aOfe. It will be held paper title; ib misleading to the I where it appears, in my opinion, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Palmer of K4CF will not be used as net Lay-Away HARDEE BROS. CO.
i that "political fright" is given HilliardMr. call after 31 December 1063.
CT the Recreation Center auditor I
I preference over good sound lead. Jack D'Amato of Fernan- WJ.P.Respectfully This Christmas
ium but a date has not yet been I
".
ident; Marlene Giddens, secretary, ership. dina Beach submitted Atlantic Avenue
*& and Dene Henderson, treasurer NOT serve in an organizationwhere Mr. Ernie Palfalvy of CallahanMr. Walter J. Preston, Jr.
-Monday, at seventh period the I The Astronomy Club met Tuesday its very name appears to David H. Buchanan, Jr., Colonel, U. S. Army (Ret) S. 8th St.

Dramatics Club met, sponsored by I and discussed future plans. be a dirty,word. Mayor of Hilliard ,i'i ---- -- -- -.-- -4H I
Mfs7""Edith Johnson and Miss I They plan to make several field NO longer serve as janitor, Mr. Ben Clarke of Humphreys I J I

"Sissy" Carpenter. The club elected i trips! radio officer and technician, plans Memorial HospitalMrs.

officers for the coming year. I Mr. Bean sponsors an Arts and officer, truck driver, yard man, Walter J. Preston, Jr., for \
The officers are: Jim Burns, president Craft Club for boys. They meet teacher, radiological monitor instructor her eighteen months of Civil DeJ Lasserre Motor Co. U

; Denny Robinson, vice. pres-. every Monday at seventh period. county coordinator for fense work as a volunteer prix! '
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'ClassicBowling Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursday, November 21, 1963 Page Seven
Jr. Team I
: High

I! Sports Slants LeagueBY To Play St. Marys"Homecoming" I BowlerettesBY Forest Service 'ester"Our C. H.rain Coulter.gauges throughout:

: the state are still showing deficits
1 | A.NGIE: DREW I from the average and some areasin
HENRY ELLIS At I II Urges Hunters Use '
I BY CURT GOHDONI t Week of 11-12 Florida have not recovered
Week of 11-14 I Total': j, their normal water tables in the

I Probably the happiest man in scheduled program was washedout Total BY CURT GORDON : i Standings W L Pins Fire PrecautionOnce : past several I years," Coulter said.
Team Standings W L Pins The Fernandina Beach Junior Even so, Florida rainwise -:
e Fernandina Beach last i Kilowatt 19 8 21564
Friday by heavy rain, so he hopes
j No. High football team will entertain I : has fared better than most southern -
3 17 4 97.3No. ; .
Lanes 14 13 21244
night was Larry Wesley, coach of fair weather will smile on him this again it's that time of
the Orange Park Raiders. His !, time. Big prize money is offeredso 2 10 11 95511 the St. Marys, Georgia "B" team |I 'I &: Williams 10 17 21212 year when thousands of hunters states this fall.
No. 4 8 13 &718'Thursday night in the "Junior | i Coulter urged that every hunt-
team into town and defeated Bar 11 16 21203
came ; a large crowd will be expected. take to the Florida woods and '
his old school on the same field No. 1 7 14 8366 '! Homecoming"* football game here. 'I High Scratch Bowlers : 'er, camper, and fisherman re-
j High Team, 3-Games ;* The game will be the final of the I Williamson 156-2-10 field.And i double his normal efforts thl|
where he was a star football, Mike Pikula is getting to be a nimrod worth his
any gun-
No.3' 15181No season for Coach John Piechocinski -:' I Doland I season in forest fire prevention.
I : 163-237.
player a few years ago. Besides past master at blocking the II powder will tell there's no-
opponent's ; you !'
2 1460 and Coach Sandy DeSandro'sfootball Killing frost in North Florida has
it was Homecoming at Fernandina ;, } punts. Pikula blocked I Odom 147-237 thing like the crisp, pure air of ':
team which has two already brought dead, dry vegetC
, Beach High and the Old Grad another one against Orange Parkto I No. 1 1405 i won : I Rowland 164-230 : the hunt to brighten the spirit
i and lost two for the :' tion good trigger for forest
High, Ind. Games campaign. Hodge' 145-220 a
must have been mighty pleased set up a touchdown for Fernan- I and freshen the frame.
I Kleber Skidmore 568 Kickoff time is set for 7:30 :fires, Coulter pointed out
{
p.m. Rowland Picked !
Carolyn
with the way things turned out dina. He is also becoming a good : Up' This year, unfortunately, due to
on his return. Larry's mother and i'I: target for Ned Tyson's passes. Larry Flint 515 The probable lineup for Fernan-1 Split .;/ ,'i '! extreme dryness in much of Florida -, In some less fortunate stateg,
I Henry Ellis 511 dina Beach will be Fred Adams i Marsha Hoose Picked Up 37.10 'severe drought has forced drastic
father came down to watch his the outdoorsman is finding an
High Team Game and David Rodeffer at ends Tub I i : fire prevention measures, including -
. team perform and as Mrs. Wesley Jonathan Hill tells us the Fer ; overtone of smoke from burn-
stated after the game, "We nandina Beach Band will make I No. 2 5311 Johnson and Wayne Uffelman at I Stella Doland Packed. Up 3-10 !! ing brush and forest fire. I bans on all hunting. Not so, ia
hate to pull against Fernandina, 'the trip to Live Oak with the : No. 3 535 : the tackle spots: Tommy Lohman : i' ..' tI The Sunshine State needs rain : Florida.
Their No. 1 522 : and Sherald Watkins at guard; ;, | High Team i3 Games and lots It all adds up to this: "Good
but we had to be for Larry. team on Friday night. presence of it. It got some last
I should give the Pirates add- I' High Scratch Bowlers i i and Pat Leary at center : I, Kilowatt, 2540 i ii week. It needs more. In the lower hunting, Mr. Florida Nimrod." But
ed spark in their fight for a vic Kleber Skidmore 233-568 ,i Terry Rowe will be the probiable i i & Williams 2459 half of the peninsula generallyfrom J take_care_-_ with fire! _
'
On the other side was Coach tory. Larry Flint 193-515 starting quarterback with !' I ach Bar 2433'' Hillsborough, Polk, and Os- '
I Wayne Benner who likes to win, I I
I Henry Ellis 182-511)) Lee Godwin and Joey Sneed at IL"r i High Ind. 3 Games W. 1I.t'P.I. I ceola Counties and southward -1: USEWESTERN
Homecoming or not, and he could John
212 5051
Kelly
Duke McCallister, Sheriff of the halfback positions. James En- I Doland" 1 560I : three to four inches total fell dur- ,
not hide being heartbroken over 190-500
f. ; Suwannee County, invited us to Roger Hadden nis will be at fullback. I Roland ,\ 550 ing the first two weeks in Nov :
the loss. The Pirates now have a AUTO'SHand
, I High Average Bowlers i i .
: i Odom 'd :; 510'I ember.
season's record of 3-5-1 with the come over early Friday afternoonas I Roger Hadden 182 Others who will be seeing plentyof I I I
Live Oak game the final game of a big parade is set to take place 1 Cecil Hodge 176 : action are Steve Solomon,! High Team Game Central, north, and west Florida Charge Budget '
p I, the season there Friday night. before the Fernandina-Live Oak 'Larry Flint 175 Ricky Oliver, Phil Alday, Dennis : : Kilowatt 880 I III have had some scattered showers :
Benner says he plans to throw I game. Of course the Sheriff want- Kleber Skidmore 174 : Robinson, Mark Bean, Mason II Lanes 8.10 I also during the first half of the t Plan orConvenient
everything he can offer at the ed to show off his posse, which i j I Bean, Billy Taylor, Mike Sapp, Bar 813i month. The weeks ahead could be
tough Bulldogs who haven't loss will be in the parade, It is a shameour LEAGUE STANDINGS I David Howard, Tom Northey I high, Ind Game I critical, according to State For-: Lay-Away
but two games this season. It Pirate Band can't get over!' Teams: I 1 Darrell Whatey: Lee Key and'Stewart I Poland 2211
there early enough to add lusterto High scratch triple Pikula. '! Joyce 189 '
should be a good game. No. 2 1537 i i I Rowland 1861 Beach Bar 837 This Christmas .
the parade. Cheerleaders for the Junior: t Land & Williams 798 :
No.3
'* '* 152S team are Cervera Ferreira, Bunny I Hadden Lanes 7% ,
Nick Smith, manager of the | Individuals: I I 8th
i The Fernandina Beach Junior I Puletti, Caron Brewer, Janis Week of 11.19 Reddy Kilowatt 787 : S. St.
Buccaneer Drag Strip who has as I High Scratch triple
i High team will play St. Marys I Parker, Carol l Gough, Carolyn Total: High Ind Game '!' _________h
i luck Hadden 636
tough putting on good j i Roger ; '
,
here Thursday night in the Junior '_' 624'' Breeden and Carmen Vann. I Standings W L Pins, Ruth Williamson 207 ;
racing programs as the New | Larry Flint! .45$ : I !
High "Homecoming" football ; I Kilowatt 19 11 23930: Pat Joyce 175s
York Mets have had winning ball i High scratch'Ingle_ I
game. It will mark the end of the Lanes 17 13 237351!Vi Suriano 171
last season, will try again No.2.
games for Coaches Piechocinski CityBowling Bar 14 16' 23869 Carolyn Rowland Picked Up OUTBOARDINSURANCE
next Sunday, Nov. 24. Nick's last season No. 4 : .4\ 541\\ i : ,
and DeSandro's youngsters and & Williams 10 20 23623 : 3-10 Split :
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High scratch*single I .
r for full stadium for I I Picked 3-10
they hope a Kleber Skidmore 233 League ,! High Scratch Bowiers Judy Holly Up
the Split
game. Buddy Doland 232 Williamson 609'
{ Trcphy Tournament ; Joyce 577'
I I Coach Bob Stover is working Stella Doland 577 BY HENRY ELLIS Suriano 536 '
his Pirate basketball team each I' Larry Flint 624 Week of 11-13 O'Steen 518 ASKINS 4 %
i day getting them ready for the 1 I i Henry Ellis 609 Total ; Holly 517
opening game of the season hereon Sponsors are needed for the Team Standings W L Pins I }- Rowland 511
December 6. Morris & Payne Body Shop Hodge 500 LAUNDROMATFREE
Friday, bowling teams. Anyone interested I For Better Risks
27 13 278401
High Team, 3 Games
I C # please contact H. B. Ellis Jr. j I
Beach Bar 24% 15% 25206, Bar 2666.j
Curtis McCorsley, who plays Phone 2615295. I No. 4 22 19 27609| Lanes 2491 COFFEEFor
along the line with such guys as I K.A.C. 17l% 22% 27969': : & Williams 2411 John T. Ferreira
I Butch Williams, George Sheffield, I been catching them with other I Hadden Lanes 16 24 27846': Kilowatt 2366 Our Customers & Son

and Kirby Hendrix, was hurt in bait try live shrimp., Becker's Drugs 13 27 24583' High ]Ind. 3 Games W/hcp Mrs. Kathryn AbelsAttendant "
the Orange Park and could I 'r I
I game High Team, Games j Williams 609!) I 508 Atlantic
be a doubtful starter against Live Bud Holt reports from the I K.A.C. 2976 Joyce 577
Oak. We mention playing along Ocean Pier that fishing is good !I Beach Bar 2959 i Suriano 536 I 515 South Eighth Street i i Phone 261.5571
with the "big three" because they j I there, too. Trout has been a good ,,' Hadden Lanes 2800 j High Team Game .
t: weigh over 200 r'pounds and Mc- catch at the Pier, along with High. Ind. Games -- ------
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tI t"I I .._ Corsley weighs about 145. whiting, drum and bass. Some of : Stanley Bohannon 688 j j -
you "boots" who like to fish Howard Wilson 67i!) ;,
1 loop pointing.m out and Porter Barnard reports from I now is the time. John Barniak 643-
yw loop muting',m." I' his Porter's Fish Camp this week High, Team Game i t
I I that fishing ,has really been fine I These fishing reports will K.A.C. 1036 i
THE MIACE with fishermen 'bringing in nice make our, :good baseball friendsin Beach Bar 1036 : BIG STOCK MEETDR'AG'RACES.
catches of trout for the past few Minnesota homesick for Fer No. 4 967 !
SALOON days. Don Carter Sand Hoke Lee I I nandina Beach. Sherry Robertson -I High, Ind. Game i!
have really brought them in : Billy Martin, Sam Mele, James Lynn 245'
FLORIDA'S OLDEST while Bobby Moore, Porter Barn- 'Packy Rogers, Joe Haynes and John Barniak 245'
AND MOST HISTORIC ard and Joe Barnard have, Ruth Harvison will probably be 1! Donald Anderson 240 !
f ivtw He Mtetong nt tor wr brought in nice .catches. The report -',moving in any day now for a :I High Scratch Bowlers |
finest* 'Bwfras* I IVthalittofUh' 'are' ''bUing "short acat\on" tb' see if the Stanley' Bohamion ) 221-640,
A-ONTIC Kit. KRNANDINA live shrimp, so if you haven't.; reports are correct. 1 Howard Wilson 208-598 j
I John Barniak 212-544 i.
Donald Anderson 218-538
James Lynn 220536i

I FERNANDINA BEACH 'i'Gilbert Roger Hadden Hadden 203-533 191-530 SUNDAY NOVEMBER 24

} .'I p I Johnnie Williamson 195-519 ,
Kleber Skidmore 174-515.
"JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWNBEACHES" High Average Bowlers
I
Roger Hadden 184
Stanley Bohannon 182
Kleber Skidmore 173 S

Directory Furnished By These Merchants and Business MenGeorge's : John Beckett 173 173!
I Cecil Hodge
i Donald Anderson 170

FLORIDA'S Suburban j Johnnie LEAGUE Williamson STANDINGS 170 CASH CASH


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SERVING ALL HDCP '
2 N. FRONT ST. Single i
EXCELLENT YOUR NEEDS IN ; No. 4 1036 |
Machine Work 18-HOLE LP GAS AND Individuals:

Welding! Brazing LINKS GAS 7 South APPLIANCES 7th St. i I Roger High Hadden Average Scratch 184 I; T Stock Eliminators $400

Marine Repairs !I High Scratch. Single !II j
Phone 261-3661 Cecil Hodge 244.
Special Service To I

Shrimp Trawlers TIDES I T. H. KING I :I John Donald Beckett Anderson 228 218 II j 0 No. One

All Work Guaranteed i High HDCP Single Runnerup $100

Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. PHOTO SHOP Carl Green 263
2541
tt JETTIES Buddy Grider

Monday Night_Thru-Day 261.5338 Saturday 261-3711 Add Fernindint 30 Minute Harbor For Developing Roll Kodak ProcessingPhone &Film.Printing Tommy K.A.C. Tilman Scratch triple 2595 249 P No. Two Runnerup $100 !


HIGH LOW Photo SuppliesMovieColored I HDCP Triple
Morris & Payne 2971
& Regular I
BE WISE.' I Friday, Nov. 22 Weddings High Average HDCP
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; 11:54: a.m. 5:46: a.m. Portraits by Appointment Only 1:I Stanley High Bohannon Scratch triple 194 ALL CLASSES RUN UNDER AMERICAN HANDICAP SYSTEM .. :

"Porcelninize"LASTS I 6:46: p.m. Studios At 504 Ash St. Stanley Bohannon 640
: LIMIT TO 3 CAR SPOTS
Saturday, Nov. 23 Phone 261-4586 Roger Hadden 627
:3 OR 4 TIMES Kleber Skidmore 587
12:18 6:43 I
a.m. : a.m. High HDCP Triple Q-5 THRU E-S ELIMINATORS $25
LONGER TitAN
12:49 p.m. 7:41: p.m. Rowland's 'James Lynn 689 "SUCKS O.K.
ORDINARY WAX JOB

Sunday, Nov. 24 UPHOLSTERY .; Gilbert Howard Hadden Wilson 681 678 F-S THRU I I-S ELIMINATORS. $25
LASSERRE MOTOR
1:18 a.m. 7:46 a.m. DO YOU NEED i i -
C 0 1:50 p.m. 8:39: p.m. NEW COVERINGS OR REPAIR 1 COOPS O.K.
Edens J 1-5
TO YOURFURNITURE !i Robert L. THRU N -S ELIMINATORS. $25 I

S. Sth St. Ph. 261-3319 Monday, Nov. 25 OR .Completes Basic

2:21: a.m. 8:53: a.m. NEW SEAT YOUR COVERSFOR i! At San Diego NICi -GAS-
2:55: p.m. 9:36: p.m. AUTO i I

Going Fishing? Tuesday, Nov. 26 We FREE Pick Up ESTIMATES and Deliver j i! TNC GREAT) Robert LAKES L. ,Edens ILL., 18(FR-, son ;:
TOP $50 LITTLE $50 MIDDLE
3:25: a.m. 9:57: a.m. of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J. Ed. $50 I

Visit Us For 3:58: p.m. 10:31 p.m. Porter & Lovequist ,tens Sr., completed basic training' "

Complete Line Of Wednesday, No,.. 27 General Contractors Nov. 1, at the Naval Training) LITTLE GAS $35.00 ,i/, TROPHIES TO SPORTS CARS I

Fishing Tackle SPECIALTIES 1 Center, San diego, Calif.
t Rods 0 Reels 4 4.58::.28 a.m. 11:24 10:57:: a.m. WOODWORKING i The nine-week training includes ADDED ATTRACTION WORLD'S FASTEST GO-CART DRAGSTER This !
Outdoor Camping : p.m. p.m. PLASTIC SURFACING f naval orientation, history and organization I

EquipmentFIRESTONE Thursday, 10Y..oS CUSTOM BUILT AND CABINETSKITCHEN BATH and gunnery, seamanship, military,drill ordnance, phy-,!I Tiny Car Is Powered By 2 Rocket Engines and Is Capable of Speeds To 140 M.P.H. I

5:25: a.m. 11:54 a.m. REMODELINGComplete 'sical fitness, first aid and survivaL :I
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5:-5 p.m. Showroom I

BEACH SUPPLY Tides Courtesy For Color Coordination i During the training recruits receive GATES OPEN 10 A.M. TIME TRIALS 11 A.M. RACES START 2 P.M. I',

112 Atlantic Ae 261-4482 CNn ft: Oodetic Survey Phone 261-3068 I tests and interviews which !

ments determine in the their Navy.future Upon assign-com-

pleting the program they are assigned BUCCANEER DRAG STRIP I I
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Page Eight News-Leader, Fernandina Beach Florida-ThursdayNovember 21" --- -- -- ._-- '6
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r. News From i I Jax Campers I II IIi SAYE MORTON A. ,


I __.'.U'. The Rec Center i ij i i Spend Weekend I II 4 Chicken, Beef, Turkey e ,


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BY SANDY peSAN'DROTHURSDAY. s
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NOV. 21st, anne Owens, Instr Pies
I Pre-Ea.Uet Class in the Auditor.. Beginners' Ballet Class in the I Camping is fun, or so the mem- I
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Auditorium Julanne bers of the Jacksonville Chapter SIRLION or FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND
ium at 10:00 a.m., Julanne Owens at 4:30 p.m., I
lustr. Owens, Instr. of the Florida, Campers Association -' V I STOCK UP EARLY I,

Playschool in the Club Room. At Arts Puppet Theatre (ages C- said after: their recent camp- : t l Stores Will Be ,, Stea 35
9:30 a.m., Carolyn Vizcarrondo 8)) in the Club Room at 3:30: p.m., out at Ft. Clinch. i S LB.
!I' I II
Adult leader. I I Faith Britton, Instr. I Said Mrs. Ralph Carnley, sere L'l i
I Advanced Ballet and Toe CLw I I II I Island Squares Club in the : ing as co-camp director with her I ,
: in the Auditorium at 3:30 p.m.I.: Game Room at 7:30 p.m. !' husband, "It takes: our four person i, :'J T BONE
I Jalaone Owens Inst. Jayeees in the Conference j family 20 minutes set up;
,
Rehearsal for NUTCRACKERS' Room at 8:00: p.m. i camo." Their equipment included I! /0 S l So That Our Employees Can
j | SUITE in the Auditorium at 4:30: Adults and Teens' Ceramics '! a tent trailer with a coleman OD ST pR I 1 Enjoy The Holiday With Family LB
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/ p.m., Julanne Owens, Inatr. Class in the Ceramics Room at.i stove, lawn chairs. ;: I Adalt Ceramics Class in the ?:00 p.m., Hank S,des, Instr. wall moss furnished by Fort Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good thru Nov. 23rd
Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m., Hank Men and Boys' ileaith Club in ,! t JJ.nchIrs.: Cainley.added. WINN DIXIE STORES, INC. COPYRIGHT- UU CHUCK
Sides, Inatr. 1 I the Health Club Room, day and '! The campers agreed that there': : "
BOB WHITE SLICED ;
| Adult Ballroom Dance Class in evening. : are three basic tequirements fo ,
.. the Auditorial at 7:15 p.ra., Mr. i Atlantic Avenue Playground, good camping? good health, a I Roast LB. 43t :

and Mrs Gil Becker, Instrs. supervised play, 3:30-5:30 p.m., good sense of humor, and a good 1 '1 .
ilea_and Boys' Health Club in Don Nanney, Instr. I raincoat. "Even when it rainedno I

the Health Club Room, day and TUESDAY; NOVEMBER 26th. one complained.about the weather LB. BEEF SHORT '

evening. Playschool in the Game Room,I ," Ralph Carnley mentioned. acon ?

.: Atlantic Avenue flaygrouud! 9:30-11:30: MB., Carolyn Vizcar- When asked why he liked : ; R i b 3 3
supervised play, 3.30-5:30 pm., rondo, adult leader. I camping, Marshall Brainard, ,i S LB. ?
: Don Namey, Instr. .
Ceramics Class (ages 9-11) ll1 president of the Jacksonville! w,< .
Cub Scout Pack No. 171 in the the Ceramic Room at 3:30: p.m.,i chapter, said, "You meet so:1): I
Came Room U 7:15: I LEANER, FRESHER GROUND, 100o'ro PURE BEEF
p.m.I I i
| Hank S des, Instr. I many friendly peop'e! ; also, camping > ;
I : ntlDVY, NOVEMBER 22nd.:! :,f Tap Dance Uass in the Audi* I is one of the few ways children '

Fun Fair (Mix and Mb grades) tor:urn at 3:30: p.M., Julanne i can become acquainted with I Gr. B f 5 l8.NN $198 l'1 1r
.. in, the Auditorium at 3:30 p.m. Owens, Instr.Intermediate. ': nature and the outdoors." !
: Ballet Class in
tJirvTt n Club In IQC UameRf Brainard went on to list the ad-I

*>m_at 7:15 ., R1.o the uditorium at 4:30 p.m., Jul- !: vantages of camping: in a big > W-D BROAD BREASTED ., ,.....,"".". "',
Men and Bojs' Health Club in anne Owens, Instr. : group. "Wherever you\ go you see ", "-: ::;; j
tlflrttealth Club Room, day and Painting for Leisure in the Club'i! people you know; you get ideas Mf wY,
evening. Room at 7:30 pm. I from each other by being together -: I
Men and Boys' Health Club in rll + lTlrt Iris,( ? tI
S1\TfRl1.\I. OUE.\ 23rd. he continued. From his "rig, '
.. -. .and Boys' Health Cub in .I the Health Club Room day and t tI a Volkswagen bus modified witha I GREEN STAMPS 50 Extra
and evening. I II double bed, equipped with cabinet 1 WITH THIS COUPON AND PUcKASE Of
Health; Club Room, day
: the I Square, aj&d Fun Dancing (Sen. i iI
i space, sink, and ice box, it w GnE
evening. I ior High Teens) in the Auditorium I II looked like Brainard had receivedand ONE 2 LB PKG PAN RcDIt
Teen Club in the Game Room I at 7:15: p.m., Sandy DeSandro, taken some suggestions from ,I 1 17 TO 24 LBS. 10 TO 16 LBS. z'' Breaded
I a1: 0 p.m. 1 i Instr. .
his fellow campers himself. .1 STAMPS GOOD THRU NOVEMBER 23RD
SL tt.O'E1IHER 24th. Barbershoppers in the Confer. : I t
i Another advantage of large > ?. AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
: Lutheran Church Meeting in ence Room at 8:00: p.m. which Brainard mentionedwas 1, i wtcnE d
groups
thetonference Room at 11.00: a.m. Atlantic Avenue Playground, '
the convenience of gettinginformation ,
: MONDAY' : NOVEMBER 25h., supervised play, 3:30-5:30: : p.m., about other paiks,1 'b.35 ; 'b.39 .3 CRISP. .
Don Nanney, Instr. 5TAMPS
Teen Ballet and Toe Class lL their desirability and location' d
: the Auditorium at 3:30: p.m., Jul- WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27th I along with sights to see and park r f r

.. ___ __n___ Arts, Puppet Theatre (ages 9 facilities available, from those M ErintttfGrteo Stamps]
"-I and ) in the Game Room at 3:30'!' had been there.
up who i ii I II i WITH.THIS.COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
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i I GRADE "A"EVISCERATED G R EE N
1 p.m., Faith Britton, Instr. As to the advantages of camp- PLUS 70 C REFUND STAMPS Two PKCS FROZEN GOLD KING
Headquarters Ceramics Class (ages 12.14)) in itself, Mrs. Carnley said, "It ;
ing .
both circle the Hush
the Ceramics Room at 3:30: p.m, I Buy items 0 price you wEG/YE, Puppiespaid
makes the conveniences r FROZEN
t you appreciate QUICK for the W-D BRAND TURKEY on
: .Wilkinson Sword Hank Sides. Instr. you tend to take for granted BROAD, BREASTED cash register tape and moil this along with / GOOD.THRU NOVEMBER 21RDATANY
I Adult Ceramics Class in the at home. It also makes! you appreciate I i 1 the Better Packaging Lobel from the GREEN WINN-DIXIE .
Ceramics Room at 7:30 p.m, nature." lid flap of 18" wide HEAVY DUTY STAMP 51 I
Razor Blades Hank Sides, Instr. I Jacksonville of ','t- ALCOA WRAP. -TrrL'qrur'T t
: I Men and Boys' Health Club in, The group, one .... : Send For Your Refund tjf 70V To ALCOA wE GIYE
I many throughout the state, had 1Ii :.. WRAP, BOX 4363, CLINTON, IOWA. d
the Health Club Room, day and
1 11 its program fully planned. The ._.s '. tfI f
!! evening. Ii only activities which were rained I! GREEN STAM +N .5-
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Five Points Grocery 50 Extra # Green Stamps
: Teen Ballroom Dance Class out were the contests such as sack 1 .

& HardwareCooper's (Senior High Schoql Teens) in race, egg race,' and fashion show. i' 7"T. .;. ...... "t. :'{f"1"..:; .. ;, ...\..r... <.M ;<.<<,t.,..l7...04.:..', ,". ........,-,:.g\7'.. .: .:&:.r.,.._<.k"r\'r"- .._ .... WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
'I 1: the Auditorium at 7:15 p.m., The campers sat around camp ''II Two PKCS FROZEN PATIO
1. I Sandy DeSandro. Instr. fires and sang songs and popped Fresh FI I a. Gr. '"A' Large 1 All Flavors 5 uper b ran d Enchilada I Dinners
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1. supervised play, 3:30-5:30 p.m.,I After a 6:30: breakfast Sunday, 1 AT GOOD ANY THRU NOVEMBER WINN-DIXIE 21RO

Laundry Don Nanney, Instr. I Nov. 10, campers attended an in. EGGS 1 1 Ice Cream 53_ fh d
: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28th. I terdenominatonal: church serviceled

THANKSGV1NG DAY CEN- by Rev. NeUon Moyer pastor' 1 1
: Coin-Operated TER CLOSED ;of the Fe.rnandina Memorial Methodist ( d
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m : Chur h.sChurct} -music was : 1
: and SECUn"ur l ;I provided by-ton Carnley trumpet; ,, Green I
Laundry Dry YOUR SOCIAL I 1 : z .ra, Stamps
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I Ken and Patty Sale clar HALF 49,1
I Carnley i 2 DOZ. $1'
OF
: .,; ) WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE
.. Cleaning i In 19C3 monthly} social 1 security inet, and Susan ,Sale on the flute. Superbrand 'I GAL. ONE FROZEN
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i payments to retired persons can, I When asked why he thought ,
: 3Irs. Doris Howard, Treado scan Pie tr"t t
for the first time, reach the max. and
I was growing
Damping becom-I' .... .. .. I Il.r"
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1 fth & Beech Streets
also: be paid to their wives, ; can get away from the rat race, a' sa d
f 1) r i I widows, and ether dependents. |most relaxing thing to do. It is a SAVE WAt EA. MINOT CRANBERRY. Limit 2 with $5. food order'
way for chJditn especially to get wF GIYf
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; b.ww1 WHY BUY TWO i i to appreciate nature s4 much moreI Sauce 1cs 15 ;

I 1 I I when they can, see it, fed l it, and r 50 Extras/Green Slamps
i pass it. on," said Mrs. Carnley. t wr"s, WITH THIS'COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
E I tI SAVE 2h EACH Limit 1 with $5.00 food order.: ,
I I ONI 24.01 JAIl DEEP LOUTH
; Boy Scout Troop GREE NI Strawberry Preserves

1 1. I 213 Camps Out I Giant Fa b BOX ,5 S' I liTAMY COOO THRU NOVEMBER1SO I

.. .. .. /i/ ONE I I At Ocean Pond I I It 8 w E Gi; ss AT. ANY, WINN-DIXIE Iht

... t 213 the SAVE 10* EACH DOLE PINEAPPLE Limit 2 pfeose.J GREEN
Boy S out Troop spent
i.- hf \/ / WILL I weekend pt Ocean Pond, in O'us- ::: J x f' J h1
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tee camp'rs: and .fi hing. They 15 s ,

I .....-.. '. 'returned home Sunday afternoon.I U I C. 46-oz. CAN rj 50 Extra 'd.t}/"Green Stamps
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i the 16 new I PURCHASESAVE OF
I y tall: / i I Daring lampout GREEN WITH THIS COUPON AND
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--A q rj" : .... I i I Into the troop. They were: Chet i ii J! WE WYE Family Or. Sandwiches
J : James Hatton,
If'I | Bowen David and : ROLL
I I i, Russel Panke, Gilbert Cooper,I D I 2 19 GOOD THRU NOVEMBER 2SRd
e PKG. GREEN AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
NL Suburban I, Wayne RyaL, Wayne Carter, Joe I .I sTAgW 56 t 'd
Tyson, John Dressler, Steve En- e.8 1I
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: '' sley, Kenneh; Snyder, Roy Cle- : I

Ralph Kear, James Austin _., ., "i! ? ,
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Dyn-Teinp I George Harrison Jack and '..,;''r._'t."J ,.f. .".:!.._. '. .; ..A.- t'llll\: ';: }';5. A, r1N<-t! ,. ... N. ; 'f_'-'If/4" > 'f.1J 1\ 0.I.".".

t Joey Ryals, Kenneth King, Billy / ; =
!1 Bob Harvey, Robert Ferreira, Jr., I LARGE HEAP.SNOWBALL. 50 Extras/Green Stamps .
Combination I Robert' Bedford, Scott and Jake WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF

I C Air !1 Austin, and Michael Silva. ONE IOO-CT, BOTTLE: .

I Conditionerand t Adult leaders accompanying the CAULIFLOWER HEAD 29 Bayer AspirinCOOO .
and
C. Lipinski,
were:
group :
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-:. Gas 'Troop 213 celebrated its 4th AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
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Automatic-Both heating end cooling ore thermostatically I I YOU CAN MA&E SURE THEY
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Economical'-cosh less to buy, install and operate than : AND ITS FRIENDLY NEW EASY OPEN CAN : UNSATURATED ASTOR {

..wt separate heating and cooling units Ii PEOPLE Astor Coffee L ? Shortening I II Ii

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"M Clean... Quiet,, Push Button Controls I v Nca'SRNoas 1 LB.AN.

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Cat RatIng-20,000 BTU input for natural and LP. ases I I MAXWELL HOUSE Save 1 lOf Save 15c Each -- --
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Postmaster Melton News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursday, November 21, 1963 Page Nine
I The Churches -.- ........

England can have their Queen I "After paying his income tax.
PRINCE OF PEACE TABERNACLE BAPTIST For The HomemakerBy Urges Early Mailing Maggie and her Prince Philip. a local resident says he never had
I
LUTHERAN CHURCH CHURCH (ll..Ey. But I don't cotton to no woman
it so good, or taken away so
Donald R. Himmelman, Pastor Amelia Road Phone 261-3487 For Christmas '63 ( tfp& I President and the possibility of I fast." Donald S. Fellows, Sau-
Phone 261-5634 Rev Loyd Chambers, Pastor I 11 i'a First Man. gerties (N. Y.) Catskill Mountain
Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Sunday School 10 amMorning Include ,I Star.WANTiD.
me out ..
Worship Service ....11:00 a. m. Worship 11 ajn. Mrs. Mary N. Harrison i Faced with the certainty that I
i livening Worship 7 F a {I Christmas 1963 will set an all- $y flit INNIY I I II
CHURCH OF GOD OF Wednesday Service 7 p.m. Home Demonstration Agent time record for mailings of Christ- I II I
PROPHECYRer. p.m. mas cards and gifts, Postmaster Sen. Margaret Chase Smith, of I I

H. C. Drury, Pastor SPRINGHILL BAPTIST W. H. Melton today requestedyour Maine, is considering offering I !
cooperation in his annual 1 herself as a candidate for the
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a.m. Sunday School CHURCH i
I 11 ajn. Morning Service State Hiway 107 Nassaarille Persimmons are grown in contents of one package of pine "Mail Early For Christmas" Cam-I 1 Republican presidential nomina- ANY GUNS EXCEPT JAP RIFLES
7:45 p.m. Evening Service Rev Dan E. Wade, Pastor abundance in Nassau County. To I apple or lemon flavored gelatin I paign. i tion. ;
7:45 p.m. Wednesday, V.L.B. Service Pastors Prayer Time many new residents they are a I I dissolved inVt cups of hot I The Postmaster said, "Here If anyone is inclined to dismiss!! Pay Cash, or Trade For Other
't for young people. (For Men) ._ .7 a.m. fruit of amazing beauty and of water and cooled. Boiling hot are the things to watch to be sure I Sen. Smith's idea as a joke they
r a *r Sunday School 9:45: a.m. unknown use. The fruit is very I I pineapple juice may be used with that every Christmas card and ]better wise, up. The way thingsare Sporting Goods .
ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL Morning Worship 11 good to eat, and may be used in ,, lemon gelatin instead of the boil gift package will be delivered before f today the,senator's teen-age "
f I CHURCH Training Union 6:15: a.m'j a variety of ways. It is quite rich I ing water and crushed pineapplemay I FIRST Christmas Eve. granddaughter would be a threat Will Buy Single Pieces or Whole
check
The Rer. James D. Ellisor, Rector Evening Worship ._ 7:30 in food content. One medium be added to the persimmonpulp. over your Christi i Mrs. Smith would be our first I
card and
1:30 A.M. Holy communion Wednesday: sized Japanese persimmon contains -! Chill, turn out and serve I mas gift list very carefully woman president if elected,i I CollectionsWant
10:00: A.M. Choral Eucharist Men's Hour of Power 7 pjn. 60 to 70 per cent of the .I garnished with pineapple or I is be certain each address ,though we had one by marriagewho I
with full
11:15 A.M. Church School Prayer Service 7:30: p.m. daily requirement of vitamin A. grapefruit segments and mayon I and complete number name, street tried to run the country and Muzzle Loaders, Muskets, Rifles, Pistols,
5:00: P.M. Episcopal Young "Whosoever will may 'come." It is quite easy to freeze. Allow I naise or cooked salad dressing or ZIP Code, number.city, state and zone i everyone's business. in it. I I Automatics, Derringers, Imtar}. Weapons,

ChurchmenThis t* *' the fruit to reach the desired mixed with whipped cream. Thisis SECOND, stock I I'm hoping the lady solon don't Single Shot Rifles, Swords, Sabres Bayonnets,
I
( is the schedule of every FIVE POINTS BAPTIST ripeness, wash and dry, then I a beautiful, luscious, colorful sturdy packing materials up soon for your on j!get into the race. But a Sen. j Knives, Powder Horns, Powder Flasks, Bullet
in aluminum
f Sunday with the exception of the CHURCHJ. wrap foil or placein salad. )Margaret Smith who grew up a
gift packages, including heavy Molds, Old Holsters, Old Leather Military or
a freezer bag and freeze.
W. Keen, Pastor Chase is 1
last Sunday of the month) likely to run any time
J:45 tjn. __ Sunday:; School When using, allow the persimmon Golden Glow Salad wrapping paper, corrugated car-i for anything.And Shooters Equipment, Old Uniforms and Broken,
( to reach the "almost thawed" tons, strong cord and paper ad-j i Guns For Parts. "
LAST SUNDAY OF THE 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship i This delicious persimmon salad hesive tape.THIRD | the Senator from the Pine
I stage and then eat or use as
I MONTH 6:30' p.m. Training Union II if it were freshly picked. calls for ,a package of, orange or buy your postage!,Tree state would be a real threat.As WRITE OR PHONE
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:31.p.m. Evening Worship lime flavored I
7:30 A.M. Holy Communion prepared gelatin.
With bit of the stamps now. Be sure to use the ; the most astute politicians in
a promotion
10:00: A.M. Mornipg Prayer Wednesday prayer service, '1:3(' beautiful persimmon could become Dissolve in one cup of boiling :colorful new five cent Christmas I I the country are aware the lady
and Sermon pjn. I as popular as our I water as directed on the box. Tree stamps on your cards. I would carry her home state and,! DAVID STONE ; '
11:15 A.M. Church School fruit grape- Stir the mixture until gelatin is FOURTH, procure free labels as Maine goes, so goes Vermont 261. (Days)
or apples. Following I
5:00 P.M. Young NORTH 14th STREET are dissolved, then add % of Box 346 261-5978
Episcopal
for cup from your post office which read Mrs. Senator is
some'suggested recipes using Maggie a
Churchmen BAPTIST CHURCH this tasy fruit.Persimmon. grapefruit juice. When beginningto "ALL FOR LOCAL DELIVERY"I widow. She could marry a Re-I I Fernandina Beach, Florida (E'eningsVeekends)
9:45 ajn. Sunday School congeal, stir in 1 cup of ripe I and "ALL FOR OUTOFTOWNDELIVERY" publican of course. :
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 11:00 a.m.'_ Morning Worship persimmons that have been peel so that you can'sort
a-la mode --- ---- -- -
6:30 BTU i ed and placed in the refrigerator 'I
Bailey Road p.m. Chill the persimmon, cut in 1| your Christmas cards into two
, J. C. BYRD, PASTOR 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship halves and serve with a of to become firm. Allow molds timeto groups, with addresses all facingone
! Sunday School 10 A.M. 730; p.m. _. Mid Week Services vanilla ice cieanv/Wa dish scoop fit for I become thoroughly firm or way, thus insuring fast deliv-
,
Morning Worship 11 A.M. Wednesday a king. F::. ;-" the effect is lost When ready to |ery. I II REVIVAL! REVIVAL!
.
Evening Service 7:30 P.M. *. V f serve, turn out on crisp lettuce FIFTH, be sure that your full.
leaves, fill with cheese I
MEMORIAL METHODIST cottage .
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and address is all of
name on
Persimmon !iCream No. 1
/c
and with
CHURCH top mayonnaise.
,Beat !* 2 your Christmas card envelopes,!
together
thoroughly
r USEWESTERN Nelson P. Moyer, Pastor and shipping labels and be doub- 'r
of 1
persimmon
9:45: ajn. Sunday .School cups pulp cup Persimmon Pie ly sure to include ZIP Code Bible
sugar and one cup of thich, sweet your PreachingAND
AUTO'SHandi 11:00 ajn. Morning Worship cream, and freeze in a rotary 3 very soft persimmons number in your return address. I p % : i1
6:15 MYF & Programs
Supper
" : pjn. : freezer. The fruit must be thor- 2 eggs The Postmaster especially re- !
Charge Budget oughly ripe. Ripe persimmon pulp 2 cups of milk or cream. quests that you schedule your :
7:30 pjn. Evening Worship may be used by the local ice % cup or more of sugar Christmas mailings so that all of i, tS .. .
I Plan or cream manufacturer like peachin % teasp. salt your cards and gift packages go- '!'
ST. Mlut EL'S CATHOLIC Wash the ing to most distant points are ,
" Convenient Lay-Away ,ice cream. persimmons and put I
t CHURCH ---- I through a ricer or rub through a mailed by December 10th. Those a i 1w GOSPEL SINGING
' Rey. W. J. Holmes, Pastor Persimon Fruit Ice Cream No. 2 colander. Beat the egg, add the for local destinations should be ;
I' This Christmas Sunday Mass 2nd, 4th 1 pt coffee cream sugar and salt and mix well. Add mailed at least a week before

Sunday 7:30 a.m.. % pt. orange juice the cream or milk and the mashed Christmas. L "i Nov. 22 Thru 27
I S. 8th St. i Sunday Mass ... _... 1st, 3rd % pint strained persimmonpulp persimmons. Pour into a pas :.
5th Sunday, 11:30 a.m. try shell that has been partially *
-- .--- --_. Monday, Young People 7 p.m. Sweeten to taste and freeze in baked, dot 4 teaspoonfulls of.but Veterans' IncomeQuestionnaire Mornings 9:30: a.m. Evenings 7:30: itri.: .
Daily I 8 a.m.I usual way.Persimmon. ter over the top, and finish bak I
Saturday Convent Chapel 1 ing in a moderate oven ((375)) Goes : ". '
"
Rev. Dan Davis A Real Led
3:30 Communion in Convent and Pineapple Salad : until custard is set. Spirit
uvIc! CTATIONi I 6:30 P.M. Young People's Peel three very ripe persim- Man of God Will Be Leading Each :
i I Meeting. mons. Incorporate this pulp to Persimmon Pudding No. 1 Out This Month .
I 2 eggs I Gospel Service With Old Fashioned

"( I PINE GROVE BAPTIST % c. sugar Melvin T. Dixon, Director 'of Gospel Preaching.
r ., 1Y/ I :
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M y .WIw CIIURCH'ReY. Wednesday: Mid-Week Bible DAN DAVIS
I 1 pt persimmon pulp, peeled, the Florida Department of Vet- ,
Study _- ,-..-. 7:30 p.m.
A. Z. Knight, Pastor ? riced erans Affairs, states they will go
I Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Thursday: Ladies Class 10:30: a.m. 1 pt milk out again with the November r
M Morning Worship ___ 11 a.m (Held at various members homes) Vt c. melted butter checks, allowing the Veterans Administration (j
11:00: ajn. Morning Service # ft & % c. pecans an additional 30 days i Don Collins Will Be Leading :
7:30 pjn.. Evangelistic: Service FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Vz teasp. baking soda for processing. All publicity from t
W.M.B. CHURCH 2 C. flour the Veterans Administration will '
Our Music With i :
Rev. John Dozier, Pastor Specials By
I 7:30 p.m. Wednesday V.L.B. Young Church School ..._.. 9:45: A.M. 1 teaspoon baking powder I urge veterans to get their ques- .
I.Peoj>.le. I --'- % teasp. cinnamon and nutmeg back promptly.Dixon .
7:45 ......:M..._t.c Prayer Meeting'FIRST I Worship Youth Meetings Service __ 11:00 6:00: A.M.P.M. % teasp. salt I I I tionnaijres states that the questionnaires a The Choir i and Solos Each ;;

My Car Was '* Church School 7:30 P.M. Beat eggs, add sugar, persimmon are the same as last year,
BAPTIST CHURCH pulp, milk and butter. Stir I but the five fold instruction sheet
& ft
Really DirtyWhen Rer. J. T. Dunnam Pastor FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD together dry ingredients add the !has been simplified. Questionnaires Evening.
The Wind Worship Services: '8:30: A.M. ReY. E. A. Lewis. Pastor chopped nuts and add to first must be completed and in
11:00: A.M. mixture, beating only enough to :the hands of the VA not later d
10:00: a.m. __ Sunday School}
' Blew Grass Seed 7:30 P.M. UOO.a.m. Worship Service blend. Pour into a shallow greas :than January 31, 1964. .

!) From The Yard, I Sunday School_ |:45 Alt 6:30: pjn. __ C. A. Youth Services ed pan and bake 40 minutes in a For assistance in filling out SPRINGHILLd
i Training'Union __ 6:15 P.M. 7:30 Service moderate oven, ((350 to 400)). The your income questionnaire, see
On It! I Prayer Service .... *_. Wednesday Thursday p.m.mid Evangelistic week service pudding may be served with your local Veterans County Ser I
I 7:30 P.M. whipped cream or a sauce if de- vice Officer, who will be geared to

I 'R'I &7:30*p.m.* sired. and give all dependents veterans, the their assistance widows I BAPTIST =YIN

If Your Car Is Dirty ,I BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN Persimmon Pudding No. 2 they need.
429 South 6th Street CHURCH
and Needs Expert At Rer. C. W. Page, Pastor Amelia City Near IntersectionAl 1 c. sugar NASSAUVILLE A
tention Before Thanks. I Services 1 c. milk "Now is the time for all good
Sunday
A
giving, We Believe You 10:00 A.M. _: Sunday School A. F. Gerbhardt, Pastor 1 c. flour their janitors tenants.to make" warm friends Bennett.of DAN E. WADE, PASTOR DON COLLINS

Would Be Well Satis.'ied; ,! 11:00 A.M. Morning Worship 8:00:( a-m. Morning Service 1 c. persimmon pulp, strained Greencastle (Ind.-) Kenny Putnam County "
With One of Our Wax ___ \i teasp. soda .".
16:30
: p.m. B.T.U. 9:00 ajn. Sunday School Graphic.
Porcelainize, 0 r Polish 7:00 P.M. Men's Prayer Service 2 tablesp. melted butter I REVIVAL! REVIVAL!
1 teasp. vanilla
Jobs. 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship
? 1% teasp. baking powderMix half-pound baking powder can,
Tuesday: Try A Classified and steam one hour in or coffee can. '
7:00 Visitation ,.
p.m. -
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t Jim Rylant CHURCH OF GOO
I Cor. 4th and Cedar Sts.R .
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I ESSO SERVICE 10:00 a.m.Phone_261-3807 Sunday School j AA11floor Sample

STATION I 11:00 a.m. __ Morning Service w Q A N '

I I 1.P Eo Friday Evening 7:30 pjn. '

t:30 pjn. ._ .?. Evening Service ,
! Prayer meeting Wednesday -
Lasserre Motor II 7:30 pjn.1' IVWScratch DentUftT.Slightly v

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''I CompanyYOUR CHURCH OF CHRIST I
South 14th Street 1
Kenneth L. Jones, Minister
FORD DEALER I Sunday: Bible Study 10:00 a.m. Scratched, Nicked, Bruised or Bent. All Brand New and In Perfect

SINCE 1910 Morning Worship 11:00 turn. I Operating Condition Every Maytag Sold Includes Full Factory Warranty

,I I I Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.
Phone 261.3819 Tuesday: Singing Practice 7:30


I j I --- -:I (Held at various members homes p.m.) 10 WASHERS DRYERS ro GO AT B (j BIG DISCOUNTS! 4' 1



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;, NO MONEY DOWN J;;.'-.

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$52.50 Per Month Automatic Washers Clothes Dry ers Wringer Washers ARE BUILT


(II CONCRETE BLOCK AND BRICK 2 Spefd.8 Cycles AU Fabric, Multi.Cycles e ........ t.x,.. Hear T Duty Models -- TO LASTJ.ONGER 1
Lint Filter Agitator Low Heat, High Air Flow { tiy_ ',, Giant Capacity MAIUl

E, 3 Bed Room' l\Iaia2 Automatic Bleaching Absolutely No Clothes : IdAYfAO I.'. Big Uallocn Rollers -
AutomatiCs Water Level Selector reUot\-ing or Shrinkage / J 30 Year Parts
Finished for alo-oY'Je.t
0 Living r' .y'.. Safety Release Bar 7
II Rated No. 1 Water Temp. Selector Fewer Wrinkles e. AvailabilityGuarantee

Oak Floors i ij B}.. The Positive Sand Remover Guaranteed to D ry Faster .4J': ,V> Sediment TrapAutomatic ----

Tile Bath Analysis Giant Capacity safer, and cost Jess \J..... ./ .'. Pump Over
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Report : ::
j Q Wall Heater RUSTPROOF! RUSTPROOF! 1 Quiet, DependableOperation 1 14,000,000

e Custom Built Cabinets ..tc ? __ May tags Have Been Sold ,


Built On Your Lot (F.H.A.) .
; "More People Use May tag NO DOWN PAYMENT No

PLUS COUNTY TAXES AND INSURANCE I
Next Year MAYTAGHARDEE

I FREE FOLDER Than Any Other Make"Many WITH TRADE Patiits




QUALITY HOMESP. May tags Still In BROS. If You Can't:: Buy During This Sale:

I 0. BOX 68 OCEANWaYJACKSONVILLE Use Over 40 Years Old I
218 ATLANTIC AVENUE PHONE 216-3601 Give Up Because It's Impossible!
i 18, FLORIDA

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Page Ten Neua-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Flcrida-Thursday, November 21, 1963 :.<"It, ,$9,000,000 or 13.44 percent over : previous month.
-- FLORIDA, WILDLIFE SCRA BOOK"-'A: ____"' '''''',:",..' ...;. ...... ,..- "" .. the first quarter of the previous. Gasoline tax collections for
.
-- tBIOLOGiSr fiscal Octoterfb&led ,>6,609, a de-
year. UO
I in the U. S. Public ,.., .. .
guished career t" (.J ,Calentlar'rear collections total I crease of $1',30Sfft under Senteteber -
Too late To ; .SCIENTISTSON DIFFER .
-
ClassifyBY Health Service.Florida's ._ i"J
t $170,059,112, Straughn saM This bat an (i&cftase of $818.-
HOW WELL FISH CAN FIELD Of
record and SEE
splendid 4N
"' <( ran increase of $12,838,57 or'llj 989 our October of' !%-.
RUSSELL KAY leadership in blood banking goes ONE THEORY* IS THAT FISH VisioiLffr F1'e : ; per cent over 1962 calendar i
back to 1941 when Florida developer HAVE GOOD CLOSE UP VISION "\ MONOGVCA1t, ,
J. Florida's long leadership in the aid to education and developmentof A. J. Cleary who had read BUT SEE POOJUr AT ADi5TANCE Vis/onl) 7 year.;/k >. : Different Tjpe .
\I vital field of blood banking is practical methods in blood j, an article appearing in the Read- e SIDE VISION-FISH SEES COMMON f.Straughn said the fiper cent Any child uhd gets raised stru.
1 \. confirmed by honors and events banking. I, er's Digest about a donor's clubin TWO SEPARATE F/et OF tax on sporting goods sold at ly by thefcfcook is probably a first
) the of the American ; VSOA'BOrrirIMAGES $ wholesale level produced $67,193\ ,'I i addition. *
at annual meeting The award itself reflects credit : a email town, and was inspired (B/A+ i '
Association of Blood Banksat !on Florida as it is named in honor ,'to establish a bank in Florida. otvt as compared with $40,745 the. The Zfen-B ftt$n ((11...) News
Detroit, Michigan. of the late Dr. John Elliott who Active in the Elks, he appealed to ------- ------

__Dr. Robert E. Klein of Gainesville i for many years was director of that organization for help which RlOf Vis onl -
was chosen president-elect of I the Dade County Blood Bank. The |they gave generously, then DrI EYE ,
I the national organization and will I Dade County Bank was one of the I ganized labor and local contractors RETRACTOR s CMONOtt/LAR k.2ETh'R ,.

: head it through 1965. i first established in the nation and I answered Cleary's appeal by ". '..
} '
a I donating materials and labor and >
its successful operation has made
: "Another Floridian honored at'the'Detroit
the Dade Blood Bank became "t-
J I j County '
I model for countless others. '
Dr. it a i
meeting was :
1 James J. Griffitts of Miami who I; Prior to assuming his duties as ; a reality. RETRACTOR LENTIS FOCUSES THE I-: > "
Publicity given the project encouraged Your Home Town First!
I GLOBULAR LENS OF THE FISH Eye S.hsp
I received the organization's John J director of the Dade County Blood I other Florida cities to ? _
1 Elliott Memorial Award for his t Bank Dr.. Griffitts had ,a distin- follow suit and banks were soon LENS # PULLS TOWARD THE eTIJA.FOR. 1 .. ....

----- organized in Orlando, Tampa, 11 DISTANT VISION MOVES AWAY FROM ; .. ... ,
.. Jacksonville and elsewhere. EYE OPt/c A'ERY RETINA FOR NEAR VISION JUST LIKE .
FOCUSING A CAMERA LENS ON FILM ,;
Further honors came to Floridaat .
.
Money Mrs.the Dorothy recent' Smith convention, director when of HAS NO RETRACTOR EYES' 11'.

the Jacksonville bank for 18 years RETINA LENTIS 0 CURVATURE OF .i .

was named district "Nurse of the HUMAN LENS 15 ADJUSTABLE '
OFfiSH I
I Year". She is a former presidentof LENS 1 0 BECOMING FLATTER :> 1'f

I a the Florida, association and a OMAN 'OPTIC FOR -tISTf-JT vision-
director of the national organization. EYE NERVE MORE CURVED FOR CLOSEUP

N !g, She brought to the conven .
tion her prize donor, Louis Anthony FLORIDA GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMM/SStOft j. 1

a .50 year who old.has Pull1an. : 4.' '.. 4. : ...
inspector ------ -
Company given -l"- Hi "
more than five gallons'of blood It t
zr
I a 59 'pints to be specific, to the Sale And Use Tax There ere bargains g lore In every store and our V
Jacksonville bank. He took part
merchants:are countfn
j on your patronage. Justify
1 in a donor panel discussion. A CAPITOL LETTER their faith In
you byldat ( ing your Christmas shopping
Collections
( Florida's blood sometimes helps Up home .
i far beyond the state as
jthose
Ol\OA' a.A Mary Rank of the .Central BY JERRY MOCK
fO October
\ Florida Blood Bank explained to During f

: the convention, recounting the I TALLAHASSEE The capital State Conservation Department.I .
1 case of Linden A. Rone, a hemo I has been buzzing over the possi Bill Miller, an official for State TALLAHASSEE JEd '.

PIG\ philiac, now 15 years of age who bility of C. Farris Bryant running Comptroller Ray Green, has been. Straughn, Director of the Flor

P has been receiving blood since he I for another term as governor brought in to head the Park Ser ida Revenue Commission, said today I 1.LORIDA NnoI 1 !Bank

was 13 months old. Son of an ex- of Florida. vice. This is part of the current.' that October sales and use .t.
w>.. 5\-\0\ \ Marine and a commercial flyer, I Bryant has poo pooed the idea power structure in Tallahassee -' tax collections based on September 5,111G11/M'.
; the family has lived many places but, typically, refused to slam with Green and Bryant reportedly business totaled $16,694,966, at Fernandina Beach

although the boy's mother is a the door. Undoubtedly, he will very close,along with Randolph I an i increase of $2,520,859 or 17.78 .no.I..II9U.'I t
resident of Orlando but now living II give it his full consideration. Two Hodges, director of fye Conservation I } .
per tent. over the same month "';11II" FIIII ctIQao? MtuKVKt UttttXUTW*
: at Kwaljalein in the Marshall reasons predominate. For one, un- \ Department. Hodges was
islands. Recently as an aftermathof ''less Bryant is more than human, i iI' | president of the Senate before j last year. '
I : r surgery when the boy needed he will grow increasingly 'being named Conservation direc-I ,Straughn said collections: for '. : T I

TERMS \ 84 transfusions, the Orlando bank, I'ant to turn down a chance reluct-I' tor, and played a part in a special the current fiscal year total\ ,$66- .
: aided by the Clearinghouse and tain his power and legislative session which successfully 967,295, an increase of nearly '

k banks at Washington, D. C. and : governor. And many of his supporters blocked reapportionment. In ,
I yOU Hawaii met the need and assistedin undoubtedly will urge him!other states the park service, the 4

TO Sun securing replacement credits. I to run so they can stay in the forestry service, the game com- ,
/
I: Florida may well be proud of drivers' seatBryant I mission and salt water conservation -

;... her outstanding record in blood t would be most difficultto I division all are under one DAILY SPECIAL
I I i banking and it is fitting that I unseat as governor. Already :conservation department. The saltwater \
those responsible for the work in | he' has an organization. Money I I conservation department division

# this state should receive national for him, would not be the probem i was brought 'under the
... recognition. I it would be for some.; And he I i! conservation department by the h..97c..Dinner ,
;i 1961 Legislature. It would take
already has nearly the full propaganda I It
1A legislation to bring the game com-
P L .-i W. E. Blankenship, Jr. behind power him.of the state government 'I mission, an independent ,agency, Choice of Meat 3 Fresh VegetablesAll Home. Cocked !!

: ,. I Aboard USS Nereus It has been charged by some, t

:... ... When you deal with us, l Out of Son DiegoUSS at least administration privately, that is unpopularwith the Bryant Depart-I I to these agenciesinto ) increase Deviled Crabs A p :
merge
i NEREUS (FHTNC) the people. Bryant is rathera t t laltY:1
: }k' everything is handled on a. William E, Blankenship, Jr., elec- colorless 'man, with mostly a I one for money. conservation! OUR SECRET RECIPEr : I

I. trician's mate fireman, USN, son keen sense of humor to, fall back purposes.
I
: .. simplified basis. of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Blan on.But ; Home Made Chili
I
: !
he is a clever, intelligentman :t ;
", kenship, Sr. of Hilliard, is serving That bank charter Wendell Jar- .
.. .; : ;\ aboard the submarine tender USS (hardly an egghead, as some I rard got from the state for De-1 t
say). He is a veteran campaigner.In I FAST COURTEOUS SERVICE ;
Nereus which operates out of San land originally was for P nsa- >
.
leant up i fo $600O. Diego, Calif. his nearly three years of office cola. Green allowed Jarrard to : .1.
,
w The tender has recently completed he has developed his ability to I switch sites for, his new bank, and

A.C. FINANCECORPORATION a shipyard overhaul and speak, persuade, and face the I Jarrard apparently has no immediate I Golden Sands Restaurant
; conference. He often
Pacific. grinding news -
will join fleet units in the I plans for Pensacola.
; has been successful in turning
Nereus serves as a supply base
mistakes into triumphs for instance -i! ON
t for submarines of Submarine The Underprivileged THE OCEANFRONT

1 PAYMENTS FOL Squadron Five. the turnpike authority of the .
AMOUNT I i Wealthy people miss one
scandal. When unfavorable -
I i ___. an f: A
YOU GET 24 MONTHS 20 MONTHS 11 MONTHS n MONT ( released : greatest thrill of life paying ." .6ot rC.
1 turnpike audit was Bryant l \.t: W; { '
RUSSIA STEPS UPSHIPPING $
the last /\.c
S 75.00 S 5.06 S 5.47 S 7.55 ,, immediately (within a few i installment _
[ TO CUBA
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r 160.00 S 9..t9 10.79 11.67 16.1r 'minutes) held a news conference, ---- --- --- -- -- -- -- --

.t25.00 2".86 28.35 O.69 42.5 0 Rep. Paul G. Rogers, D-Fla.. pointed out its good features. I' 1i\ i

j 600.00 3".39 39.3 1.66 .59.3J I I I said recently Russia has increase, Many stories the next day oniy I '
I Jed its shipping to Cuba in recent, casually referred to the embar- I
: 308 Atlantic Avenue 'months as the flow of free world I rasing points. 64 Jet-smooth Luxury CHEVROLET
ships to the Caribbean island de Other candidates, or would-be
I : fernandIna B.achFlorida clined. candidates, will be on pins and Chttrolet Impala-Door Sport Sedan

I : Telephone 261-3681 needles until Bryant commits himself as.,, .., s..
I on whether or not he will run.
: OTiu: Hours Doily f,S; Wednesday I Saturday '..l2M It's little consolation! that he has ''' s, .'yo;',.' s:,>.'S
... Trade Home ; ,(, o,,,r'y ,
At
M ALSO FIVE CONVENIENT OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE I set a date for a final decision: r/ ,,. ,.rF?,.
M__ Feb. 1, nearly the qualifyingdeadline.
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) TOP SELLING EGG NOG icor Local Medical Soc.ety and the ,
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NOW IN REFRIGERATOR FIFTH BOTTLE I DIVERTICULOSSDIVERTICULITIS/ .i..r..NNwlwwr j

Y.rrj Five per cent of adults are ',, .
said to have: diverticulosis. It is 't 7 bxx I
raA
x the opinion of medical
:: many:
authorities that one-fifth of all
:ii Spice your holiday season with Mr. Boston'sfamous r x; people with dnerticulosis eventually -

'11 Egg Nog, pre-mixed with fine brandy, Y s: suffer from dnerticuhtis I s. J. 4
:ca and that one-fifth of the people
= rum, whiskey, grade "A" dairy products and ; with diverticulitis ultimatelywill .N
require surgical treatment. A
!: _- spices. Then use our new refrigerator fifth i
': z 'l.J Diverticulosis is the presence / ;1'Y
bottle as a handy container to store orange K of multiple mucosal pockets '+
=s which protrude through the
..y juice, ice water, etc. xiHEtiu' walls of the colon a part of the
:: large intestine. Except for its
potential! to develop into diver
; OLD Mr. BOSTON cuhtis diverticulosis is not a Y !
dangerous condition. When Inflammation HW
= i due the y I !
Ji ti occurs to
p t+ t'ox .
filling up of the mucosal t
pouches the condition is classi .

I t .i s_ i ggjog I cases fied as diverticulitis diverticulitis.may In disap-many Here are looks, luxury and comfort 'that you'd expect modestly priced BIseaynes. And, of course, the niceties

I pear leaving only a thickeningof td set you back plenty-jf they came from anybody of Body by Fisher craftsmanship. I

-. :: the wall of the colon, or it I but the people at Chevrolet. You've got a wealth of power to pick from-engines
-.= "- may progress to rupture. A frequent i Fresh-minted styling with clean uncluttered lines from a peppery 140-hp() 6 to a 425-hp V8l! And you'vethat
N complication is that of its the 64 Jet-smooth ride to cushion from road \
America's partial obstruction of the intestine t give the 64 Jet-smooth Chevrolet feeling of got you
N due to thickening of the I new length and lowiiess. Rich new interiors noise and vibration.
: Largest Seller! bowel wall w th narrowing of I with supple fabrics. Foam-cushioned front Been promising yourself luxury like this \;

iLJifflIffl //so the bowel Hemorrhage also is and rear seats and door-to-door'carpeting- BZ someday? Your someday is here, as your'

I available in !i a with fairly; diverticulitis.common occurrence now standard in all models, i including the dealer will gladly show you. to"wMl. .N. regular fifths, I
..s.':= % Pints and yt Pints :1,aN : The treatment of diverticulitis Ask about SMILE-MILE Ride and the Chevrolet Song Book at your Chevrolet dealer's

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K :: and sedation, with restrictionsin
; the diet. Many cases of mild
.:! "INTELLIGENCE IN. THE PURCHASE... AJf I.x l diverticuhtis have responded to
'4" (Y"l/I' such treatment which generally WOODWARD MOTOR COMPANY
-M I4ODERATION'IN THE. ENJOYMENT" includes the use of antibiotics.
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.. FOR SALE OR RENT WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS

HOMES IN Five Points area. Nq ,any make Stoves cleaned. I ....

I WANT AD RATES down payment, $65 month. Re- Buy, sell, repair used furniture.Ph. Sports Afield C. B' ::
nqvated inside and out. Phone I II
261-3442
or 225-5294. tfc .
45 per word .75 minimum ....

I Card of Thanks, Resolutions 261.5419 after 6. tfc I HOME MADE POUND cakes,t The Little Bird Sez: I BY TED RESTING I 'Pete' INGRAM"FOR
I 1 'll :
ind Similar Notlcet BUILDING IN YULEE on,1 layer and birthday cakes, pies. 'l

13 per word |LOO minimum. large lot fronting on State II All kinds. Call Patricia Lode Fishes have five senses in common -, seem to care what I
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I Cal 2QI-36S6 or 26 .3687 Road 200. 200 x 300 lot road 2/U-H32.: tfc If with man.'Of course, both so it is a good size ,.

frontaee. 40. x 60' with 14' 1\ "The surest way we know of to : fishes and humans have other I swallow and has Real Estate '
ad
or place at office clear scan ceiling. Two doors FOUND A HANDY WAY to'I' senses, but the1 terra "five senses" like movements Life Insurance

511 Ash Street 12 x 13'. Wired for three phase, do your holiday shopping get anything done now days is L'DoiturseIf'"J 13 applied to those of sight, hear. I action." I
Retirement Income
220 volt Can be financed. Robison Jewelry Company will ing, smell taste and touch. Both j I Touch A bass

Phone 225-5386. N28p I r be glad to hold your gift choice ( to t bass and brown trout seem to his mouth-, and 1 Health & AccidentHospitalization
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FOR SALE on their Lay-Away Plan. tie recognize colors about as well as I I
eject lure that
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QUAIL dressed. $1.00 each. we do, which is' surprising because hard hell hold
; a Medical
r Ph. 2614983. 2615234. tic FLOOR SANDING ana refinishIng most mammals, which are I I lure somewhat Major

PIXIE DOLLS with real hair, and, Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson higher forms of life than fish, are I Disability Monthly Income,
I other novelties. Handmade. Call ;TWO UNFURNISHED houses tp Phone 261-4609. tfc totally color-olmd and see thingsas invariably will even

261-5421 o; come to house at be moved from present loca we see, a black-and-white photo. eject an artificial L. L. BOHANNON

Five Points next to Gulf Sta. tion. See at 110 N, 4th or contact .' .'I.f, because he feels the '
tion. tic 'i First Baptist Church. N21c Trout will often, INSURANCEPhone
HELP WANTEDSERVICE Sight it'seems'too, that these iably, do the same. i,

CHIHUAHVA PUPPIES ,- rt is.1,THREE BEDROOMS, 2 baths, game fishes have very poor vision If the lure is sofe i 261-5269 .

tered. Cajl 261-4341 or 261- breakfast nook, dining: room, STATION attendant. compared to ours; are extremely like feel, a fish will .

I 5186. tfc I large family room, cedar lined I II Apply: in person at 202 S. 8th nearsighted and should e nn ejecting it. i, : --- -- -- --- -
I double r really be wearing thick-lens it easier for a : :
storage room, large gar!I r St. tIc glass-I
j SPINET PIANO rated in highest age, covered patio. Lot 136 x 19...'I : es. Practical fishing seems to the trigger" to :

grade,. at tremendous reduc- 1803 Beech St. Phone 261-4161.1 II I $6> WEEKLY AND MORE qT that even at close range fish see Yet many softer : !

tion. People with good credit can I tIe FOR RELIABLE man or woman. I things only in a very blurred action compared to

usjt assume small payments. !, 1 1I to service customers in Fenian-- way; they apparently are highly so won't get so :

1 Must find good home in next I NICE, LARGE LOTS for sale. dma Beach. Full or part time. conscious of size, movement and experienced angler I '

ten days. Well move at no Ii Good terms. One quarter mile No investment. Write Watkins color (except, for the last, in sur- flexes can hook fish MIKE'j.'

1 charge, TO insoect without obligation South of Five Points on Amelia I I Products,"Inc., Dept: N-3, p. 0. face lures), but; not of shapes. ly well on either ,

write Home Office, Jop Rd. Call 2C1-5421 tfc Box 2447 -T Hearing biologists
I I Memphis, enn. N2lpr Experiments by -
lin Piano Co., Joplin, Mo. N21p __ .>:_ "_ SOS FOR SP ]
I FIVE ACRE TRACTS, high land. I GUARANTEED N T. LIVE-IN I seem to show that fish I .

UPRIGHT PIANO and Royal Ideal for garden or pasture. maid jobs. $35-$53-.week. Fare I can hear sounds made above water The International

typewriter. 421 North 3rd. Ph. Good location for horses. Ph. advanced. Mallory Agency, Lyn- I and will even come in to be ference has set up :
u fed at the sound of a bell. "I don't for i
2613152. 261.568after 7 I I frequency |
tIe
I II p.qt. N28p brook, N. Y, M,1 N21p
know whether the experimentersmade tress. It is 20,007 :
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I FUR COAT full length muskrat -1 WANTED COLORED HIGH PUBLIC NOTICE"SEALED j Beverage Dept. I sure that no accompanying'ow I'came after a

Muff to match. 4 years old. FOR RENT I SCHOOL girl who needs work I'lPS WILL liE'RECEIV.. :. frequency vibrations also pass- I'action on "traffic !
I I ED I.Y THE CITY COMMISSION Of ed to the fish and
I Made by Canadian Fur Co. Ph. and would iike to earn extra the City of Femandma ISeach. FlorIda that theycouldn't space. GET OUR
261.3711. tfc I TWO BEDROOM beach apartment I money taking care of baby, do I at the office of the City Manager, Reports Taxes Up see the swinging bell or I I
Hall. FernatfJina "
City Beach. Honda
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moving man, Jason Lu-
I unfurnished. $50 month light houeskeeping chores during until 7:30 P.M. E.S.T. November 27. says
STRAIGHT SUCK eo- 1958 Chevrolet i year round. Water furnished, late afternoons. Some week- 1963. at which time sealed bids will 29.49 Percent I cas, Angling Editor of Sports IF YOU HAVE 1 PRECISION'LUBE
be opened ind publicly read for the I
Afield Magazine. "But it doesn't i
2-door low mileage RICH ENOUGH
work
plus garage. Call 261-4109 after end no late hours. Trans- furnishing of 500'! ot 2 :" diameter I
fine condition one owner, 5. N21c portation furn'shed.' CalJ\ 261- fire hose. I matter, for all experienced anglers I

E. J. Johnson, Jr. 20 South. 3686 days or 261-4467 evenings. Bid documents forms, specifications be obtained and at contract the of. I Ii Collections by the State. Beverage seem to agree that talking JOiftOnly !
may
19th St. Phone 2614837. tIe SIX ROOM UNPUNISHED homeat Want only responsible girl, willing -i fice of the City Manager. : Department of taxes from 1 loudly to a companion, for instance -

I Five, Points. Call 261-5421. to learn. No bid may be withdrawn for a periodof i i alcoholic beverages and, cigarettes J I will have no effect on one's '

I DOZIER & GAY PAINTS tfc. thirty time day of !!the after receipt the scheduled of bids. closing I''continues to climb with October !I catch." $100

new location* Shiell'a Grocery, The City of Fernandina Beach reserves : reports showing total collections ;I Smell All fish seem to havea What it is and \\
211 Atlantic Ave. FOUR ROOM unfurnished apartment the right to reject any or all bids and exceeding $U,5 million, according .
of smell but it
at beach. round\ SITUATION to accept the bid which in the opinionof sense apparent. You:
I $55' year said City Commission is in the best to Richard B. Keating, State Beverage -, ly plays a very minor part, compared 1. You check
NOTICE It's later than you Call 2614602. tic WANTED interest of the City of lernandinaI'each. : Director. i the.
think Time --- -- : florida. J to sight and vibrationfeeling Social Security, ESSO SERVICE
to reserve your ONE BEDROOM and two bedroom DAVID M. JATCHEL The increase of $2,641,150.09, or / in our game species. Some ance, pensions, sav.

Christmas selections at Robi- furnished apartments.\ RELIABLE COLORED woman I It City Auditor and- Clerk" 11-14 I 29.49 per cent, offers a consistent fish, such as most catfishes have I assets. STATION

ion Jewelry Company, on their North Fletcher. Year round wants day's work or regular. trend in collections in past extremely poor vision and feed I 2. You weigh
convenient
Lay.Away Plan. rent. Ph. 2613595. tfc I housekeeping. 411 North 5th St.N21p. PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE months, the Director reported.October's mainly on! nonmoving, and,so non-I ties: mortgage or I II
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$11,597,050.02 bringsthe vibrational, things; therefore they I emergencies, retir ,

FLEXALUM CUSTOM MADE I THREE ROOM, unfurnished j 1 _ OF TAX APPLICATIONFOR DEED Department's total collections must feed almost entirely by 3. You learn where Lasserre Motor

Venetian blinds measured and I house, hot water neater. On Sec. 194.16, F.S. for the first four months of fiscal scent. 4. You, plan for the I
Sheffield Road. L Sheffield. Ph., I NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIVEN that _:.
installed. Wide range of colors. WANTED C. A. Tompkins the holder of the year 1963-64 1143623926.. Taste Taste seems to play a CompanySouth

PORTER &: LOVEQUIST Color 2614544. NC I I lowing certificates has filed said fOl.\\ "At the current rate of collection, very minor part, in, the feeding of

Center. Phone 2613068. tfc tificates for a tax deed to be Issued I II i iI we should reach the $123 million I game fish,.wjiich. usually don't .
| thereon. The certificate numbers and
BEACH APARTMENTS year WANTED TO BUY good used(I years of issuance. the description of mark by the end of this fiscal I 8th Street

58 OLDSMOBILE 98, radio, round. $35-$55 month, furnshed -|''I trumpet. Harry Poole, 261- the property and the names: IL which :, year," Keating predicted. This I' .pks FIALA YOUR FORD DEALER
electricity included. Ph. it was assessed are as follows: .
heater, power steering, brakes. MOl or 261-3805. tfc Certificate No 6 Year of Issuance 1961 I would compaie to approximately reached $435,743.42, for an 'increase '
I Phone2t>532*-
!oo cash. Ph. 2615273. tfc 2615446. tfc1! Description of Property Lot 42 Sec. j j, $U0 million collected during fiscal of 21.34 per: cent.! : \t.i SINCE 191Classifieds .
\ WANTED THINKING men tion 1 township 3 North Range 23E. Miscellaneous licenses Fernaadina Beach -
196263. permits,
Name which assessed Bradley &.I year OkMetropolitan
in
) REMNANTVINYL ACCOLON DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT -I who ahead for Christmas.
shop Bailey II | Accounting for the largest etc., accounted for the remainderof >g>' iPT )ggiuaB
in stock. 9 ft. width: $1.65 sq. I unfurnished. Corner 4th and Robison Jewelry Company has All of said property being in the I I monies collected during the Life Insurance Co. I - --
I of Nassau State of Florida. I single collection last month was New York 10, N. Y.
Porter Calhoun, across street from I County I Pay Off
yd. &; Lovequist Color I a wonderful, wide assortmentof Unless such certificate or certificates -i cigarettes with $4,772,16462, representing month, Keating explained
Center, Ph. 2613068. tIc Fchool St. Joseph's Academy gifts and jewelry for all shan be redeemed according to I I I!
I rhone 261.4200 or 2613800. tIc' tastes. Lay-Away tre.t .I law the property described In such an increase of 5829 .-
now.
certificate or certificates will be sold) per cent over October, 1962. This
48 HP ELECTRIC start Johnson I t -- to the highest: bidder at the courthouse I followed ALL 3 NEW ALL 3 DIFFERENT
ONE FURNISHED one unfurPished was by liquor,
I outboard 3 door on the first Monday in I IMor
motor run only PUBLIC NOTICE $2(544'-1
apartment, oceansiue.k'l '.h of December, 1963. which: is1! 568(; .97, an increase of ,
hours. Mr. Connelly, THC CIRCUIT COURT OF THE the tod day of December 1963. ,
2615751.tfc Year round. 126 S. Fletcher. cent; and beer, $2,127,654! a
I FOURTh: JUDICIAL CIRCIIT: I\ Dated this bill: day of October. 1963. ; i
4 Phone 261-3138. tfcMcCUANIE AND FOR NASSiU COUNTY, FLORIDA D. 0 Oxley, Clerk i 28.62 per cent increase. Wine tax I II ALL 3 RAMBLER .
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I Clerk of Circuit Court of Nassau I I I II .

I DOZIER & GAY PAINTS APTS. LCIIAVCERY.. County Florida ... .". ." ,.. ....,,.
NO. 2739 1031. 117. 14. 21 :
Best for the South and 1 14t I PUBLIC NOTICE
at reasonable ONE THREE ROOM FUR. MID.STATE hOMES' INT., a

prices, Shiell's Grocery, NISHED downstairs. Private I Florida Corporation, "u_.... PUBLIC NOTICE I' NOT'CR TO CR1i'D'TO'lS ,
211 Atlantic Ave. riamuii, I I LORD.STATUTES
bath. Utilities hot and cold .
vs. I LV THE CIRCUIT: COURT IV AND IV THE COURT OF THE COUNTY aBased
wafer, washing machine furI I CLARENCE. .VERSo FOR NASCIII COUNTY: FLORiDA.IV JtDdP. N'SSA"! COUNTY ILOR.I .I,
807 STANLEY DR. completely nished. Freshly painted. Small Defendant I CII\NCERY, I I, IDA, IV PR011TE.
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NOTICE OF SUIT
la Estate of ')7'l''i
1 No 2715 rr: :
redecorated: bedrooms, oa< child accepted. Two bedroom :ruE STATE OF FLORIDA |I DivisionTHE I, J. W. HIERS Deceased I
floors, nice !patio. $11,000. Only furnished beach cottage with TO: Clarence W. Cheavers j. imND\A COUNTY SAY.Ixas IT> AU erectors! and Persons Hiving
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j Residence unknown BANK, f, '-'"ns or Demands Ajiinst. Sail Es-1
$100 down. T.V., $10 week. Other Beach I You are hereby notified that a suit I a corporation, tate: -
Winter rentals gas heat, has been filed against jcu in the Plaintiff,!t You and each cf you are hereby I

I ONLY $350 DOWN $6150 a ranging from $25 to $75 monthly. -''I are above hereby entitled required cue ti and lil-e your that you answer I ENOCH DEAN Slt vs... HENS, ft aL, i li'itified: claims and ani required demands to which present you any or I I Il

month Buys small three bed Can completely furnish. Also I : with the Clerk of this Court SIT.; Defendants. l.either of you. may have against; tse i
For to serve a copy thereof upon tie plain- j jLff NOTICE OF SALE f f state. cf J. W. Eiers, deceased. late oft I II ; '
Paneled
room two bath home. need a property manager. whose )
or plaintifl's attorney name
i Notice is hereby given that pursuant -I said County, to the County J.udge.o of I I if
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living room. Fire place. information call W, I. McCranb, I.and address is: to a Final Decree of Foreclosure Nassau (Bounty Florida at hIS office'rin .....,. ; -
A. Stelogesnnis ; -
George :
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261-4642. I I'A entered in cause numbered 273$, the court house rf said C-unty at i J \.
839 Lynch JIuilding: I in the Circuit Court of Nassau Coun. FernaicLna Beach, Florida, within six !I "i "
? Mn T. Tmtira & Son -- \ AT OSAPts-il not later Jacksonville than !December 2, Honda 9th. A. ty, Honda, I will sell the property I i calendar months from tee time of the I J ,:4.. l t: ;"' iii
iuUatea in Nassau County Honda : firstfpubl cation cf this notice.
Two
I SOS Atlantic! Ave. Than 2615571ACREAGE 1963 I oft a comparison of manufacturers'suggested retail'prices for lowest.priced models
of each cLra
OCEANFRONT APT. completely! t D.I described: as: copies or demand shal1i I II 0
If you fail to da so. decree pro : Lot 7, NASSAU ACRES accordingto bfid writing, and shall st-te the ,
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I furnished. weefc American with all-new New Tn-Poised >
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Day or moiin. new suspension.
:fesso will be entcted against you plat recorded in plat l ock 3. plate cf residence end pst office ad. i; 1 Totally compact economy
; 584 S. Fletcher Ave. 261-587.,'the relief demanded*. the Complaint page 43, of the public records of I I dess of the claimant and shall be !I II king. Sparkling new styling. New big room Power. Beautiful new sedans, wagons and: -
{ SIX ROOM masonry house with I tfc The nature of said suit being far Nassau County, Flcnda, I soni to by the clamant, his agent,
for 6 adults. New smoother ride convertible.
foreclosure of mortgage encumberingthe quieter hardtops-eye-opening new
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t 5 acres, fenced and cleared. together with the WlowiiE equipment: u&Uorney and accompanied by a
allotting described'proPtrty situate Auto Washer (Clother) & Dryer utng fee of one dollar and such claim ,
Barn and garage. $8,000 with UPPER LECK APIS. Completely In Nassau County, Florida t>wit: at public sale to the highest and best ofjde.nani not so filed shall be void. I ; .
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I 1k $1,000 down. ttegm in the Soutnwest corner of bidder for Cash at the Northern front I .,-,. Bessie R. Hiers I
furnished including TV Lot No. 3, thence go, North 100 feet door of the Nassau County Courthouse I As ad uiKtritnx rf te Estate '
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a 6 Phone 261-3118. tfc to a point thence:E t'100 feet to frernandina beach. Florida, between I of J.Y.. fliers deceased
) I a point thence South ICO feet to a 11:U) o'clock A. M., and 2:CO o'clcckP. First puba...iUon Nuvtmbtr 21, 13 I tI
TWO BEDROOM HOME point; U-eace West 1-/0 feet to Point M. on December 3rd 1963. 4t 11-21. 23, 1H,121
>1> LIVING ROOM, kitchen and bath. TWO ROOM furnished apartment cf Beginning with right of ingressand (Seal) /s/ D. O OXLEY I -1 1'I
egress. The above being a portion CLERK OP THE CIRCUIT COURT '
E Two-car garage and extra large of Lot No 3, owned by Walter II JOHN E. ROQUEMORE PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE I
'J room downstairs. Completely I Herring and recorded: 1.Deed Attorney for Plaintiff 'I I
Book 5X Page 243. public recordsof
OF SALE
Larnett Uan Building
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weatherstripped, insulated. Fur. 0. F. SA1LMAN Nassau County Florida JacitSonvill 2, Florida To whom it may concern I _

nis ed. On city sewerage. 70 x I PROVE 261-3221 Lying and being in the SWU of It H.21I : You are hereby ntified that the following _. _ _
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motor vehicle
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125 lot. 1675 S. Fletcher. $10- I 4 Norti Range 25 East I I960 Ford F100 H Ton PU. t tI
: so.r : YEAR ROUND tW9 bedroom WITNESS my hani and the seal of PUBLIC NOTICE Serial Number F10JON14033
said Court at Fernandina Beach Hor will be sold.at sale 11'' o'clockon
I furnished or unfurnished apart NOTICE OF SALE I potuc at
Ida this 31st day of October A.D. 1963? To whom it may concern: the 11th day of December, 1963 at I .
r THREE BEDROOM HOME ment on beach. Phone 261-3733, (SEAL) /S/? D. 0. OXLEY You are hereby notified that the fol- I Atlantic Coast Line Parkirg Lot, 500 -
Howard Hammond. 224 S. Fletcher Clerk of the Circuit CourtA vehicle (Place of sale)
.owing motor : ..
LIVING ROOM I, dining area, kit. tfc ( copy of the Camplaint filed herein 1963 Falcon 4D.or Station Wagon I West Water Street Jacksonville Flor.
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is attached to the copy of this not Ida. __
chen and uthty: room. Carport Serial Number 3H22U15376 I "
ice which is mailed to each defendantfor wU be sold at public sale at 11 o'clock i Tte proceeds of the sale will be applied <"'S'1\ ."' !'\'ss .L-.T_. ,
large landscaped yard, fenced Whom a residence more specific of December. 1963. at first to the payment of the costs
I I the 11th day
backyard. $10,250. Must be seen MISCELLANEOUS than a state or country was given in on Atlantic Coast Line Parking Lot. 3JU I cf retaking storing and sale of said ; 2"lassi 6..or V-8-America's most beautinew 198-hp V-8. Shares with Ambassador,
to be appreciated. 207 S. 15th U.e sworn'st3temem filed herein by Place of sale) I motor vehicle and the cost of pubh car. Big inside-trim outside. like Adjust-O-Ti1t wheel
the plaintiff his agent cr attorney.) West Water Stieet, Jacksonville, Florida. I cation of notice of sale and then to I options steering
St. 4t 11.7. 1*. 21, 23 Choice of -Shift-Command floor stick.
__ the satisfaction of the balance dueun..ier Dazzling new hardtop. Sixes or automatic
LOST AT JETTIES Green ---rPUiLIC rae proceeds of the sale will be op.piied the contract covering the finunci !
6 wood bait well 2 copper tubing/ NOTICENOTICE first t. the payment of the costa log of said motor vehicle. Any surplus -- .
of said I will be paid to you and will remain -
sale
FOREST HILLS oi retaking, storing and I you
a hines on Kd. $10.00 reward. motor vehicle and the cost of publication I liable for any balance remain (
CREDITORS
897 Stanley Drive 3 bedrooms, I Write 721 Homer St, Wav FLORID TO STATUTES of notice of sale and then to i I mg unpaid: under sai4 contract
living room, kitchen dining cross Ga. K21c LV THE COURT OF TOE COUNT the satisfaction of the balance due t Ford Motor Credit Company I
5JO Weft; Water Street
I under the contract covering the fume-'
room, utility room. Hardwood --- JlDt.E. \SSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA Jacksonville. Florida
ing o/ said motor vehicle. Any surplus I
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floors. FHA $11,000. $350 PERSONAL Santa: I really re: EsUt iv PROHATE.In of wi4 be paid to you and you will remain U 1121
down, no closing costs.I need a new watch for Christmas. Julia B. Chadwiek. Deceased.To liable for any balance remain --- -- '- II I
said contract I
Why not lay it away BOW while AU Creditors and Persons Hating ing unpaid under It
it it Ford Motor Credit Company
Claims or De n) Bds. Against. Said, Estate t
the selection is good at Rebiaon 500 West Water Street I II
21% S. FLETCHER : Florida DOZIER t GAY _
Jewelry Company! You and each of you are hereby noUw4 Jacksonville.
One story duplex, life time roof. and to .It "**I _
present
Love, Ann. tfc required any I I II
!Live in one and rent other to claims and demands which you, or -
I either of you. may have against UtleUte !I Latex Paint
I for both. Trade At Home
pay LET ALCOHOLICS : oi Juoj El Chadwick. deceased.
AJ'ONY'I i late of said County. to the CouryJudge I
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MOUS help with your drinking of Nassau County. Florida. at

506 CEDAR problem. Write Box 118, his office in the court house of said i '
Counts at Unuadioa. Beach. Honda, 'i
$315
Five bedroom, two story frame City or Phone Jax. El C-7700.1 I within six calendar months from the

home. $4,500.PETE I tt I time of the first publication of this TortureTest LOI I ---4 '- -. _-_ -
notice !w9 copies of each clum or I i
p INGRAM, SalesmanL i'demand[ shall be in writing and shall Ambassador, V-8.-The high-performance has reclining bucket seats, front and. rear ,

L Bohan nOD, Broker VANITY BEAUTY SHOP -. state office the address place of of residence the claimant affd, post and.'I I 3 luxury vsith total excellence in every center armrests, console, 270-hp V-8-all \

13 North 4th Phone 261-3269:! Permanents from $5.95. Prescription shall be sworn to by the claimant his I I beautiful inch. Ambassador 990-H hardtop standard. Luxurious sedans, wagons, too.Horrelfs .
I Beauty Service at agent or attorney and accompanied Shiell's Grocery _
by a filing fee of one dollar and such I I
budget prices. Ph. 2614686. tfc
LATEX WALL PAINT Doz- claim or demand not so. filed shall be 8th & Jasmine I

ier &: Gay's, at $3.15 gallon. void.Elizabeth C. Dressier Downtown Gulf 211 ATLANTIC AVE. I Auto Service FernandinaBeach'

Shiell'a! Grocery, 211 Atlantic As administratrix of the Estate of PHONE 261-9033
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I Ave. Trade At Home Julia E. Chadwick. deceased Watch the Daniy Kaye Show on CBS-TV, Wednesday evenings. 10 PJkL WJXT Channel 4
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fage Twelve News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, November 21, 1963 r harbor they are followed by thou- fused to eat. It's the Name De
sands of herring gulls that swoop leted home. Can this be true?
down and pick up shrimp heads J Practical Nurse Wayland N. Y.I 'TIL IT'S

I that are tossed over the side. oPzJ Alas. True. All that dough and
Our Towns. A
B'ograpfiyBY Lucky pounds boats of shrimp bring just in hundreds in time for of .N\OTC all of it indigestible! To your I GONEPYREX
P.S. asking if I listed it on my
!I your shrimp cocktail that evening. I
nursing home list, let I
me
NIXOX STANLEY scrubs as they enter the state on the Atlantic beach, while the ;, With so many boats plying off I did not. Why Because it's say only
: you would look for the name of : other is on an island stream. To the beach you see them pass-I
: (Reprinted from Miami Herald for billionaires. FIESTA
) Callahan for your turnoff pointto I add to the confusion, there is an I! ing throughout the day you I!
: FERNANDINA BEACH A I reach Route AIA. I Old Fernandina where, naturally,'' may wonder why a shrimp cocktail i RUBBERMAID
few minutes after you cross the I Signs in both communities mark : the town of Fernandina used toj costs so much. NEED HELP ON A PROBLEM .

georgic line into Florida on U. S. I the route we1LFernandina be. j I The most famous eating place 'I P : ? Write to Helen Alpert: PLASTIC WARE
Hwy. 17, you come .to a little A few years ago the beach J in the Fernandina area is the Nation?! juuor Center Lehigh'
junction that owes its name to a Beach, the first im community and Fernandina get Sandbar restaurant, but you'll Acres, Florida, or in care of this I -OTHER ITEMS-
netime> railroad developer, David I portant stop on AlA is steeped in together and formed a single find that the deviled crab and I
Levy. history of the romantic sort. The i I town and now both are known as !> hushpuppies served by the Surf WHO DECIDES YOUR LIFE? you repeat some of those details newspaper. Write today for the 1-3 Off
Levy got himself elected to the place is a rich mine of materialfor j Fernandina Beach. The way to1! Motel restaurant cannot be top I saw a long discussion in a' on retirement houses, also apart I free list of the many bookletsand
U. S.- Senate, where he changed I fiction writers. ( avoid confusion is to follow the! ped. Both places are on the beach, newspaper column, not yours, ments. services available to you, !*
his name to Yulee. He sided with The residents of Fernandina AlA sign. It will take you to the! on AIA. about a healthy 72 year old I i Careless, Long Beach, N. Y. I compliments of this column. HARDEE BROS.
the South during the Civil War have, at one time or another, had beach. Get settW., there and after Downtown Fernandina is a picturesque mother who wanted to stay in1 I Better to mislay a column than ) I
and after the war he spent some | to honor eight different flags. orienting yourself, you can ge I place, but, strangely, the her old neighborhood apartment. !'I mislay a friend! The houses Ij' ATLANTIC AVE.
time in jail after being accussed I, But with all its history of pirates {- exploring into the other place most interesting thing there is a Her son and daughters insistedshe described are single dwellings "A chip on the shoulder" usually :
of helping Jefferson Davis 1 known as Fernandina Beach. j bar the Palace the to residence for the comes from the head.
escape : buried treasure, slave trading Bar. This is move a with full utilities such as garb :
from that era's equivalent of the battles, and blockade running ,I And you will find it interesting. )j oldest bar in Florida. Except for aged for companionship. They I>I age collection, water and water i ii
FBI.Today i during the Civil War, the most interesting At the end of the main street, you the Prohibition era, the Palace: asked a family council for an ,i lines full plumbing (no septic''
Yulee is but the name of things about Fernan I will see a glass Apse in the shape i Bar has been in operation for opinion. The council said if she's I tanks), gas and electricity, paved ;
a town where large pecan trees 'I dina today are its seafood and its of an Indian t wigwam. It is a I more than 60 years.I happy she could stay where she !I roads and everything we get in !
shade little houses, and where, at I beach. I yachtman's welcome station, at met the bar's oldest satisfied is. I think I'm the mother they're "city" living. Shopping center, :
this time of year, the yellow The beach extends for miles. the entrance to Florida of the In-I customer. He is Lowell Wilds talking about! What do you U. S. Postoffice, house-to-house
fruits, of Chinaberry trees are the t and you may walk on it as freely tracoastal Waterway.' The, hostess now retired from every occupationbut think of all this? mail delivery, public library, lots ':
most colorful objects in the land as the sandpipers that are chasedon will serve you i. cup of orange 'I' beer drinking. Problem Mother? in Mexico, of free recreation arts, hobby ,
scape. I juice. Except (forth e sunshine and N. Y. groups, little theatre. Homes !
the white sand by the foaming "I remember coming in here i'
You would the beaches, it will be the last I start at $7,800 The apart. ...
pass right through surf. with my daddy about 1905", Wilds I don't want to start a sizzling I ..
Yulee without realizing it, except I Fishing is good. Speckled trout, free thing you'll get in Florida. recalled. "Yes I remember that I feud with other columnists: butI ments rent for $55 and $65 a \;"{;;,. -" ',
for one thing. It is a turnoff pointto I I whiting, drum, sheepshead and From the site of the welcome I had to tip-toe to look over the bar saw the column and I absolute. month, year-round. Unfurnished. I:' \ .6 ,:
reach one of the most interest. grunts are commonly caught here. station you can see the shrimp ,' and see the men serving drinks: ly disagree with every word in They're near the shopping center : ..; r
ing, one of the most historic I And, in season, the blue fish and boats come in and dock. There are I'I'I from the other side." it! A healthy 72-year-old parent 'I 'and all churches. One good ,'
travel routes in Florida Route no restrictions against going on has the god-given right to make community runs its own free
the mackerel give the fishermana Wilds and went to New
AIA. the shrimpers' docks, but some of, grew up her decisions. This is the bus-line all day long so that resi- !
run for his tackle. I York to make his living. Then, own i.#
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the docks in bad shape, with dents around to e
are point everybody forgot! I was i can: freely hop ,
If should
you come to Floridaon reaching retirement age, he re x .,
all kinds of scattered about. visit .,. ..
I friends attend club meet-
U. S. No. 1 or 301they fol. It's confusing, but there are I gear turned."I frankly annoyed okay, honey, j i ,, '
let's sizzle to children lings I go marketing. Is this what I 1 s._ 0
low the same route through the I two towns here that go by the I live upstairs, Wilds said. see "m
flatwoods of pines and gallberry : name of Fernandina Beach. One is i As the shrimp boats enter the "It's awfully handy." plus professional counsellors you mislaid? If not, write again ]I ...... .. f,,..... ".. .-. -. Ji7}
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plant themselves on the judge's asking specific questions. Or tell i (- : ,.. _..
It's easy to get in conversationin I ':' ,- ...., .,- I
I, the Palace Bar. If you do, and bench to proclaim rules for some your friend,to write to me at'
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Yna.wt0u nrm" --+w brr..i17 iidlM+ a..rM.r y y yWwy iyYlw' emyy ( ; i| gry, try a bowl of freshly boiled her own. You want to stay where per
.1 shrimp. You shuck them yourself. you are? Stay. You want to I son should 'tenable to get the
You'll like them, but they'll make I move? Move. You crave more right house in the right place at I Put yourself in this i iI picture now
DOES yOUR you drink more beer. I i visits from jour children: ? Tell) the right price fill you have to-;-
Tirtstbttt I them One pit we topple into, do is know where to look! '
STUTTER, I I so deludedly is to decide: what
ENGINE No matter which way you come low-cost
into Florida, you cannot avoiu Mother or Dad "should do". A LOST MY LETTER? get a Home Loan
FALTER, -- I measure: of privacy and the rightto Did letter to
JERK Yulee if you wish to take Route our you go astray
make our own decisions are ? We asked for the leaflet I
MOTOR AIA. Callahan and Yulee are bothin
STALL? r the two solid gold nuggets in Homemaker Services and
Florida forest on
i pine countl'f.They Building buying
OR or you're on your way toa
II are pulpwood centers, and selfworth. Hang on to them! much needed extra income for

GET A. I much of the local income is derived us. This was 3 weeks ago. home of your own, sooner than you think.
TUNE-UP I from this source.If TIGHT PINCH AGAINI Four Smart Housewives,
you lived in one of these want to thank you for the Illinois See us for a Home Loan, at reasonable inter

towns, and able body information how I can make Join the Bench I have : -
you were an on me on !
.1 est rates. Repayment arranged in installments
.1I Only z..I ied male old encugh to wield an some extra income on my own not jet received the Homemaker I j -
.I.1I I ax or a power saw, you probably time. I wrote to you about six bulletins I requested in bulk. You i sized to income. Fast, friendly service.
I I would make your living by cutting weeks ago that I can't make won't have to wait much: longer! j
pulpwood. Or, if you were I ends meet on my Social Security. The American Medical I
fortunate enough to know the I I It ought to be called Anti-Social tion advised a large Assoda-1
66 boss, you might even get a job as Security for men like me. Thank enroute tc my office. Sit tight,
a truck driver, and thus avoid the i again. You suggested a good with me. We'll have them on the Fernandina Federal
: heavy labor rf the woodcutter. II help. way soon!
any six I I I Tight Pinch, Rocky Mount, N. C. -

cylinder car ,' After you head east from Yulee I I TRUE OR FALSE? Savings & Loan Assn.
you begin to see a different kind i WHERE TO LIVE?
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any eight 1 I heard that a very plush and I
: of country. You come to a wide I II
888 In one of your columns you new nursing home that cost over :
cylinder car 202 Atlantic Avenue
A I tidal flat, in the midst of which wrote about recommended retire. a million and a half dollars is'I
'Parts extra if needed is a snaky stream, and you go i ment places and costs. I kept this serving such bad food that the !
over a bridge. for a friend, then mislaid it. Will patients went on strike and re. j
You leave the pine forest be H__. _
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\ hind. Now you find yourself ..
among live oaks and Spanishmoss. + .
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WE DO ALL THIS. R You are on Amelia Island, : 1
one of the most historically picturesque
sites in the U. S. f .. -

;I, 0 Clean and adjust 0 Check coil and the After city a limits short drive of Fernandina you enter 0

t spark plugs condenser Beach. Here is the beginning of
the coastal route of AIA, calledin
j. this area the Buccaneer Trail
e Clean and 0 Check generator Were you in a hurry, you could
drive on south from here and arrive
1 I set points and voltage I in St. Augustine in less than

:. three hours, even though you must
: Set timing regulator I cross a ferry at Mayport on the
St. Johns River.

0 Or, if you have the time, you : I
Adjust carburetor 0 Check
battery j could stay at Fernandina Beach
-, ------ ':a.t.jll' '. ..' ., "t for a couple of days, enjoy the 4
wide beach on which you can walk
I for miles, play in the rolling Atlantic
surf, fish from jetties or
piers, eat you fill of seafood, and
all of these while you indulge in
the history of a place that goes
I beck to 1562.

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ity means l lifetime protection for
I you and your family? Retirement
: payments are only one part of the
story. You are also protected, :if
!| you become severely disabled and
I i I i your family is protected if you
should die. Get more information
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