Fernandina Beach news-leader
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Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: November 28, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024610
oclc - 33142109
notis - AFA6512
lccn - sn 95026706
System ID: UF00079912:00048
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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1858 Absorbed by Purchase. Merger or Succession, The Florida News. The East Floridian The Peninsula. The jternanama Courier. Tne Island Qty FeraatK'ia U server, Fernandina Express. The Fernandina New. The Florida Mirror The Nassau County Star The News The Fernandiaa Record.
Fernandina News-Record. Nassau County Leader. The Outlook. The Florida-Georgia News. The lernandina News The Buccaneer. -
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'" 1 "OlJ __. Of Nassau County Scheduled Dec. 1
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i0 c:4: Claude L. Rucker, chairman of Nassau County at this time and'no Nassau County Medical Society, so that Nassau County will stay
the Nassau County Chapter of cases of polio have been foundin the Nassau County Health Department free of polio. A donation of .25c
I and the Nassau County from each individual taking the
the National Foundation, has announced the county year, the an-
Chapter of the National Founda vaccine is not required but will
that Sabin oral nouncement stated. "However I
a mass ,
help to defray the cost of the
What can be said that hasn't I feeding program for Nassau due to the polio outbreak in Du- j tion.The public is reminded the vac- ( vaccine.

been said and repeated and repeated County has been scheduled for : val County and the proximity to : cine is NOT administered by a Registered nurses of Nassau
and repeated.A Sunday, December 1, from 1 to 5' Nassau County, everyone from shot, but by mouth on a cube of ( County who are willing to assistin
chief executive is dead, a -- p.m. The vaccine will be admin- the age of three months should sugar. There is no discomfort. this effort are asked to call
man who did not inherit his high I / istered at all elementary schools. receive the yaccine." It is strongly urged that every' the Nassau County Health Cen.

position but achieved it through' "There is no emergency in Sponsoring the program is the citizen take part in this program' ter.
desire, determination and a number -' -- --- ----- -
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blessed.which only a few are equally!'. _Traffic For ConsultantHere SurveyOn I Service At Memorial Methodist To ; Merchants Group

the Dallas chain of events
could happen in this country, Proposed BridgeWilbur : Unite City In Day of Thanksgiving : Sets Store Hours
which prides itself on its high _
stature throughout the world and Smith and Associates,
i 1 All residents of Fernandina hoped to be revived, as the same For Holidays
its advanced civilization rated bj the outstand.
was considered many as .
for the first Thanksgiving
unbelievable to most. I ing traffic engineering'on- Beach are cordially invited to join inspiration i

In Viet Nam, in Cuba, on the suIting firm in this country, 1 I in the observance of Thanksgiving i Rev. Day.James T. Dunnam, pastor Directors of the Merchants As.

dark continent, yes, but certainlynot I J JI I has been retained by the Stateof ;, traditionally a day when nIt! ': of the First Baptist Church, will : sociation, meeting Tuesday mornI -
here was the first reactionof Florida and the State of Americans pause to pray and :;i'* ';deliver the thanksgiving message | ing in regular monthly session,
the masses as they stood Georgia for a of the I made final
survey plans for Christmas
thanKo, by attending a community and voices of a mass choir of the
aghast at the news. feasibility of the proposed \ Thanksgiving Service Thursday ', various participating churches shopping hours in the downtown

But happen it did and the second r:4rLA bridge from Fernandina Beachto at 10 a.m. at Memorial Methodist will be raised in songs of Thanksgiving i.shopping. area.
episode was equally as dastardly St. Mary's, Georgia.The Church.It : The hours decided on are car
and ill.conceived as the firm is well known in is through this service that Other ministers in the city will ried in an advertisement in this

first. Florida for their work on a the bond of community fellowship i participate in the program. ,. issue along with the names of the
t In the near Roman holiday atmosphere I RECENT INNOVATION at the local division of Rayonier Incorporated was viewed number of bridges, such as the good will and gratitude is.' Come and bring your family. cooperating merchants
that followed, much of last week by the directors of that The prr.posed here, and
company. new operation, one of only two in one on ex -- -- - ;i Also discussed at the meeting
which I considered .in poor taste i the South, permits the debarking and chipping of full length trees as compared to the j pressway projects. I |f was the Christmas lighting which

and wonders untimely,of the modern world, electron throughthe shorter pulp wood used by most mills. The directors pictured are watching as a 60. 1 Here the first of the week was : William H. Seibert Rayonier SetsAwards I'is going up this week. Names of

foot pine log heads down a chute to the debarking machine and the powerful chipper Norman II. Wuestefeld, an engineer those contributing to this effort
ring-side scat trag. !
ics a as a
edy that outdid any of Shake which literally pulverizes such a log in a nutter of seconds. with Smith and Associates : Interred Tuesday Dinners II will be carried in next week's is.
before to secure a profile on
speare's efforts unfolded 1 sue.The
Fernandina Beach, as well as

their While eyes.I, as most born and bredin r Funeral Today For County Wide Student Talent Show Set St. .Mary's and surroundingareas. !i'In Bosque Bello i For EmployeesRayonier's I for Santa directors Claus also to made again plans visit

the and
city will
the South did not agree with i Griffin Bennett, I! I arrangements
Wuestefeld met with represen. : be made for a headquarters for
deceased chief executive in I
the i Former Resident Friday Saturday With 70 ContestantsFinal Funeral for William Henry annual service a- '
instances and felt possiblythat tatives of the Chamber of Com Santa to hear the desires of the
many wards dinners
honoring employees
and other interested citi Seibert, 77, was held Tuesday at and
merce youngsters dispense
hard and
he was pushing, too I Griffin J. Bennett, 64, who resided inform. 3 p.m. at the First Presbyterian with five or more years ser-
fast in fields I did not plans have been 29 will zens to secure pertinent In other business, President
too many at 10 Eastman St., St. Augustine completed feature grades one i iI Church with Rev. John Dozier, vice will be held Monday and I
with his. right to his beliefs for the Nassau County 5 and 6 ation on the geographical, Burns Bailey named a nominat-
disagree died I through grades through ]I Graveside Tuesday next week.
Monday morning : pastor, officiating. service -:
and consideredt his efforts :! Student Talent Show, sponsoredby eight competing at 1 p.m. High and tourism. aspects cf ': ing committee for the set Ubn!
in a St. Augustine hospital. I at Bosque Bello Cemeterywas Monday night, December 2,
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as sincere.. the Fernandina Beach High !'school students will be in competition -! this area. of a slate of officers for the com
conducted Amelia ,
by Lodge held
19C3, at dinner being at
born a
He in Fernandina
No is irreplaceable i was School Band Parents Assn. With 1 at the 7:30 performancethat He said that he would visit ing year. Named to sene on the
pan indispensable or 47, F & AM.
\ the Fernandina Junior High-Ele
Beach but had made his home in' I I .
70 students from throughout the the area again in the near future committee were Buddy Kinser,
and the will evening. Through elimina- : ,
same Seibert Saturday :
St. Augustine for 38 where Mr. passed away mentary School cafetorium, thir-
hold tr*. 'n this instance. The :'he was engaged in the 7ears shrimping county participating, there is a tions in the two shows, eight i and told a News-Leader I morning in a Jacksonville ty-nine Fernandina Division employees : Harry Poole and Bert Maxwell l ,
gl'catesbss, : to thi\-, country I. business. 'i great deal of preparation being contestapts from each age group representative that he estimateda hospital. : and thirteen Timber Division -
made, with excitement and anti- will be chosen report on his findings and :
might wtfrbe in the image created to appear in the ,
: Born December 30, 1885 in employees who have this Businesses CloseThanksgiving
by this vibrant personality and Funeral was held today at 3 cipation mounting over the big, finals on Saturday evening at other surveys being made wouldbe ,
( attained 5-10-15-20> ;;0
Waldo he of Katherine or
in the chapel of Craig Funeral was a son year
p.m. two-day event. available in about four
his wife in the of p.m.Ranger City
chaiming eyes i : ;
)' and "Captain Billy" Sei years continuous service will be
Home, St. Augustine, with I I
the ever-smaller world, as evidenced I The Friday show, November Hal of WJAX-TV will] months.
: service award buttons.
interment following in San Lor- bert. His father, who was recent- presented To Make Pickups
by the tremendous homage : :, serve as master of ceremonies at I
I ly honored at the Centennial Also invited to attend are 2G8
death.paid b'' 'oreign' heads at his I I enzo He Cemetery.is survived by his widow, I|| Purse Snatcher all ances three will shows be held and in all the perform.Recreation !Judge Weatherford Celebration of the Seaboard Air other employees of the two div : City Hall will be closed in observance
line Railroad, was a conductor on isions now wearing service award I of Thanksgiving howi .
This country has always ? em. ': Mary, St. Augustine; two daughters ; Fails In AttemptOn I Center auditorium. I II 'the old F.C. & P Railroad Mr. :: buttons and 21 retired employ i ever, Jim Beard Director of Pub.
erged from every regrettable incident Mrs. George D. DuPont Eau ; I The Fernandina Beach High J Tells KiwaniansOf
Deserted Street I Seibert moved to rnandina ees. \ lic Works, announced that the
as stronger and closerknitand I Gallic, and Mrs. Stanley Lee, St I! School Dance Band will appear Beach with his patents in 1890., I It ''dr* Tuesday night December : regular Thursday pickup of gar-

the same will hold true iuj I Augustine; one son, John Robert I! Po1i i Chief i J.: R.. .Parker: Jschuir.uin.g as a special feature for on.the Friday :: | He began,_bartering at the age: ; 2,JD63! a dinner will.Jbe tfld ath bare will b*..made. as, usual .
thiMlmeetore.- ** 'T evening.- Species Satur.
Project j Hope *
! 1"-1 Benntltft.Augustine[ :r threet }Investigation in an attempted -,J day night show will be the Dance i lof 1C and was'owner of his shop t Peck High School cafetorjum I OtKers( closing for the day, m
.. / JI I sisters Williams Mrs, Ada and Cox Mrs., Mrs. Mag-) purge-snatch Monday Band, the Glad Tones Quartet I.I.I here* On September 27, 1909, he' at which time eighteen Ferna/i- 'addition to the majority of blHiI -
I gie Sidney. evening at the corner of Atlantic : and the Fernandina Beach Bar UY TOMMY HALL i, was married to Miss Nancy''I'dina Division employees and two nesses throughout the city, will
The picture has changed but Freeman; two brothers Hampton I Ave. and 2nd St., he reported to : Chorus. Judge J. E. Weatherford spoketo I Downes. They later made their Timber Division employees will rbe all offices in the Nassau
the spirit abides. Today's festive Bennett and James Bennett, all bershop the Kiwanis Club on Monday home in St. Petersburg and Jack- receive service award buttons 'County Court House, the Post
The concession stand will be
tables in modern, streamlined of Fernandina Beach; thirteen1'' day.The incident occurred about for all shows, with homemade night concerning the Project I{isonville, returning to Fernandina ranging from 5 to 20 years i f Office, and Florida National
open '
homes is a far cry from the i grandchildren and one great 9:15 p.m. when Mrs. E. A. Daviesof cakes and cookies featured. ) Hope organization which is being I[ Beach in 1950 following his retirement Also in attendance at this din Bank. .

scenes of the first Thanksgiving. 'i grandchild. 14 South 2nd St., and her There will be no advance ticket I formed in Nassau County.He I I ner will be 85 other employees of 'I The News Leader will be closed

But basic to proper observance of \ guest from South Carolina Mrs. I. sales. Tickets will be on sale at was introduced by Program I I (Continued on page three) the two divisions now wearing for the day, and remain cloSedI
the Day is the same spirit of devout \ Jaycees Slate Edna Alderman, were crossing the door for all three shows, $1.00 I Chairman Louis Ferreira, and I service award buttons and 8 retired -I I! until regular business hours on
thankfulness for the bless- Atlantic Ave. enroute to a store : adults and .50c students. was accompanied by Donald Roberts :. employees. 1 Monday, De<. 2.
ings vouchsafed us by\;.a Divine I in the 200 block.According I Contestants in grades one Nassau County chairman! Lions Are Hosts
Provider. As the great Peter I Seat Belt Sale for the Project Hope Drive. I
to Mrs. Davies, a through 8'are urged to be at the
Marshall, when chaplain. of feasting the I, colored man "she thought to be | auditorium on Friday at 12:15: Weatherford is a member of To Zone Meeting I Live Oak Celebrates Homecoming
Senate, put it let not
football frivolity distract I: Here Saturday young" and wearing a gray coat, p.m. High school students are requested the Executive Board of the I
or came up from behind them withno I j to be there at 7:10 p.m. Northeast Florida District of
from the age-old meaning observ of I orewarning sound and snatch. I Project Hope. Tuesday Evening i With Win Over FBHS Pirates, 13-6 1 .
Thanksgiving and II A Seat Belt Sale, sponsored by ed her, purse which she carried I FBHS Orchestra They presented a color film I

ances. the Fernandina Beach Junior I close to her body because of the I showing the work being done by :I The Fernandina Beach Lions: BY CURT GORDON Wayne Arnold and Pee Wee

I Chamber of Commerce, will be I purse strap on her arm at about To Play For P-TA the doctors, dentists and nurses, Club was host to a zone meeting I The Fernandina Beach Pirates Nobles failed to gain in two car
tIn I II held Saturday, November 30, at I elbow length. December who are donating their time and of Lions from Callahan, Baldwin, closed out the 1963 football season ries and Wood punted tci flie
television 5
all the Meeting
coverageof j locations in the ; i
of last four city. The force of the jerk on the service to help the suffering humanity Macclenny, and Yulee at its regular ;i by staging a fine battle a-1! Bulldog 13 yard line. At this
I the deplorable: events stands out I! The safety belts will be sold I purse knocked Mrs. Davies to the : The Fernandina Beach High I j ji of the countries which request dinner meeting Tuesday. j gainst the favored Live Oak point the Bulldogs started clicking .
one thumb. Probably most, ;:': for $5.00 per set at Winn.Dixie, pavement, striking the back of ( School Orchestra, popular section : the services of the Project t President Ben Clarke dispensedwith i. Bulldogs, but came out on the and moved straight down the
I like a sore had about Food Fair, at 3rd and Atlantic I' her head. There was no one on i I of the well known high school ,i Hope ships. the regular program and introduced short end of a 13-6 score. The' field, picking up five first downsto
as myself the ,true forgotten language {I! Ave., and at Atlantic and Fletcher the street at the time and Mrs. : band, will present the program at The film was shown by Doug the following visiting Pirate defense held the Bulldog put the ball on the Fernandina

) what sounded like until English the British :' Aves. j Alderman had to get help from a the December 5 meeting of the I. Decker who assisted in the pre : dignitaries; Vern Walker, of Mac : offense in check on racking up 10 at the close of the first quar.

commentators appeared on the I Service stations who are coop J nearby store. Parent-Teacher Assn. of the Fer sentation of the program. clenny, chairman of zone 2, region points. ter.
screens with their eulogies of. erating with the JayCees in the Failing to get the handbag nandina Beach Junior High-Ele The film showed numerous I 2, district 35.L; Lion President iI i- Live Oak scored in the second Randall Bon carried the ball
i; Kennedy There are so many project by installing the belts fora which was held securely on her mentary School 'I cases among the people of Peru, I Frank Shaffer of Callahan; period of the game and again in for 2 on the first play of the second .
;. coined words and idioms in our nominal fee are, Five Points arm, the man ran and was seen The meeting will be held at the and illustrated the terrible afflic- and Bryant Braddock, presidentof the third period to win the game. : quarter, then Mike Pikula
conversation with our fellow man, Gulf, Beckett's Pure Oil, Gor- by witnesses running behind school at 8 p.m. and all parentsare (Continued on page six) the Baldwin Lions Club.A I The Pirates scored late in the' stopped Hurst for no gain before

. today that our speech '.beats faint I don's Automotive, and Lasserre's buildings on the North side of cordially invited and urged to total of 33 Lions attendedthe fourth stanza. Malcolm Brady hit Nicky Tsacr
I resemblance to the pe ise Eng- Esso Station. Atlantic Ave. I attend. Astronaut Bean meeting, 20 being out of town Live Oak received the opening ios for a touchdown. Harry Tay.
lish which still prevails in "the Jonathan Hill, director, will guests. kickoff, but could not move the lor kicked the extra point and
,. 'lead the orchestra in such numbers -To Speak Here The group discussed the pur- ball and Johnny Hurst punted to the Bulldogs led, 70.
old country.
I as "Almost Like Being In For Woman's ClubOne (Continued on Page Three) I the Fernandina 25 yard line. (Continued on page six)

I Love," "Dream," bubbly music ...'''11'' 9.W '"''W /:' .:. ....,:us. _. _-11 Special Drives ". take-off on Lawrence Welk, and : of the nation's new astronauts -

'. ::ift: : "Wedding Cha-Cha," swing, : Lt. Alan L Bean, stationed .
: ; swing, swing. I at Jacksonville NAS, will be the :' __I_,
Set For .
Orchestra members ,
Jaycees are Skipper
't' guest speaker at the December 4
___ ., Hill, Diane Lewis, John Davis
"v. -
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-i Netti Peters and Mike Conner :
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For Tots"Bud $ tea at three p.m. will honor
"Toys saxaphones; Judy Lasserre, : the club's 16 new members.The .
Edward Fiveash Dale Courson,I
Senior Citizens Cluo will 'Je3
Burns and Poole fl1ii- .
Lewis 1963 chairman of Charles Wesley be guests for the tea and mc t- : '
the "Toys For Tots" drive, a pro. trumpets; John Puletti, Richard ; (

ject sponsored annually by the Fox, Ray Odom and Cheri Eden- i mg.All members are urged to at- %
Fernandina Beach Junior Cham. field, trombones; Dawn Garcia, tend. : _
ber of Commerce announced locations piano; Fred Michael, bass; and I
and dates of special drivesto Charles Jones, drums.
be conducted in assisting the I S. S. Sibenik Loads ''I -

organization. in this worthwhilecause. \ Ii Advisory Council Rayonier PulpThe i .;:

On December 4, toys for the S ..JH Reappointed For S. S. Sibenik arrived Wed ,! 'i".
city's needy children will be collected Fort Clinch Park nesday morning at Rayonier ,
at the regular meeting of Docks to load 880 tons of pulp ,:,
the Woman's Club at 3 p.m. Tallahassee, November 22 -I for the Mediterranean area.
The First Baptist Church has The Florida Board of Parks and I f'

I designated Sunday, December 1, Historic Memorials, at its annual Fernandina Beach & Jf
as the day for all the children of meeting in Tallahassee, reappointed -I 2i '" / I
the Sunday School Classes to .- for the coming year the Weather : .
bring toys, and Robert Fincan- entire Advisory Council for Fort
non, Scoutmaster of Boy Scout .' \. Clinch State Park. I u. s.South Approved 7th At Weather Lime Street Station RAYOMER INCORPORATED. handed well over a quarter of a million dollars to the

Troop 191. requested that members .:tt .. 'M\ According to N. E. Miller, Executive Lewis Nolan Cooperative Ooserver f county and city this week for taxes. Ira Hill, Nassau County tax collector, is all smiles

of the troop bring toys at : k' '. .. '. ..... '. ". :. Administrator of the : Thurs., Nor. 21 Max.72 Mm.59 Rain.13 : as he accepts sizeable checks from Bryan Rauschert, center, and Ernest Davis, right.
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the regular meeting of the troop Florida Park Service the follow.I Rauschert is resident manager of the Fernindina Division of Rayonier Incorporatedand
Fri., Nov. 22 68 57 .20
Wednesday will night.be at the locations : JOHN TESTER, Jaycee president, makes the first seat : ing Fernandina Beach persons Sat., Nor. 23 76 62 .05 Davis is head of Rayonier's Southeast Timber Dh"ision. The mill's check to the
Boxes the JayCees.placed The I belt sale to City Police Chief J. R. Parker. The Jaycees'current have been reappointed: Honor San, Nov. 24 67 53 .11 county was for 137638.29 and the timber division paid $42,226.95. Later, Rauschert
by pub able T. H. Askins
(Tommy) I II
I Mon., Nov. 25 70 53 'T handed Manager David Gatchel a chek for $107,883.41. While the mill's taxes
lic's cooperation i is needed in this safety program gets underway Saturday when Gordon T. Butler, John T. Ferreira -I City
effort, and will be greatly appre- I they begin a sale of auto safety belts at four locations I William N. Galphin, Thomas Tues., Nov. 25 73 63 THe were up just under $10,000 over last year, the timber division's check was for a little

ciated. throughout the city. J. Shave, Jr. Florida weather Public is furnished UtjliH courtesy Co I over double last year's. _ _ _ _ _

Nassau Students Will Compete In 'Top Talent" Show Friday And Saturday

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\ Pane Two Nens-Leader Fernandina Beach, Florida! Thursday, Xovembsr 23,19CC -q.- remn! alive taaay. l oar offers of peace and friend- i ihlp. Americans today hare ranch to

I Let Us Give Thanks 1. : Even in America some ehldrengo : e? "" be thankful: 1 of' nd' like the Pii-

... { I hungry while most of America Most Americans now live i in grims, should be grateful. for survival
; l: ERN NDIN BEACH NEWS-LEADER BY LINDA CRAFT fer from hunger or hostile' Indiap f\ feasts on Thanksgiving Day. homes which offer more''shelter itself. .'

511 ASH ST Hoi686 : The Thouglv disease is fought".to tirl... and to : Because teemsto.
-"I> hi' EET -. 5687 Half of our population did not'! attacks. There are many differences : PrOttttfcn, not mentionconvenience I histcnft
, A John fi. Perry K'ewspaper: die in the first 'six months of between the lives of Americans tally in our modern, w-U- q'Jip-' than"the nand-squar- : change more ra ptdly thaTimen's

Notion CounterBY .i'&L Neither did the 'people suf- I today and the bare 'existence ; fed laboratories, it still remain ed logs and swamp crass the Pil- minds; because the problems of
Old ell J M
b.' Editor iu 'BU
: ; i the Pilgrims managed to ejco'out ; to be conquered finally. As for I'1: trims. used fat ilint.-TSeiPil- fear and distrust still exist {

4 DAlb-? I PAUL WARWICK i that first year at Plymouth !hostile attacks, we have equally i I' grIm! had. little if any jBeaiSitodiscover ) even among people with plentyto
JY1111/1.rr. '1 ,e NATIONAL EDITORIAL I The Threat !i The Thanksgiving they celebrated -: formidable enemies to cause us.oncern. ."' the character: *.of. tvthej b" eat it still remains to be
I Crepe !streamers snapping j I Enemies who, hte: ourj-i''w'w country, while TrtiAuveJreadymade seen whether the spirit of the
... + Asbc( c8T13N! :. wearily in the breeze, took premence -i< that year, inspite of thehardships : elves armed
: are to the-teeth be reborn
I : to tell what first en
ua ThanksgiviM:
had maps
"' + they undergone : .
r M11.14 'OCLI!t\O """...........J.'JI i flags Monday which were over displayed the American I Of CommunismBY I would hardly tempt today' Am !',i *ith nuclear weapons, are "suS'pr. lies beyond nearly' lIorii n. :' and survive in the hearts of the

I ericans. How would dried fish,I Ii I nous of our acuons, and wary of And so it becomes obvious That American pso l e.
.,.,.,,,.?. ABC AUDITED PAID UKCULATION 1 1I. patriotic profusion along the!
.., Published every Thursday and entered at the POMFernandiaa Office I streets of Fernandina Beach, JOHN T. BARNES !i ground nuts; and a ration of corn I I I

Beach, Florida as second class mail matter. from 'way out on South Fletcher ]I (Seccnd of a Series) :'' compare with turkey, ham, craa-
11 11J Now Could
1 'I' What Her
Subscription Rates: Avenue into the more inmost residential -j The first great break for the 1 terry sauce and all the fixin's i iI i Surprise
' $-I a year {!2.:&5 6 months 41.25 3 Months and commercial district Communist conspiracy came in I I Yet they were truely thankful !ii .

i "_ /_" 1450 a year out.of count I of the city. i 1933. with our formal recognition i i .i4 no without reasons. ,i .,

I Crepe streamers, also, seemedto of Stalin's regime. At that time j!! Hadn't they survived the wini i I .t
I! ".ULl: PROCLAMATION APPOINTING A DAY'OF hang over the 'spirits of the the Russian government was1 ter to plant their crops, harvested I I II .

! people: no ,matter what their staying alive financially from enough to eat, and succeeded in i '" <
.... I FASTING HUMILIATION AND PRAYER, political leanings may have been, week to week by methods which, I making peace with the Indians! -, gy
-.* ..: WITH THANKSGIVING no matter how they felt in their I in the case of individuals, wouldbe i In this, a time of plenty,
: i hearts, only a few days before?: called check-kitfng. Our-tre- ( which we have- enjojed, are ea- :J

:?" "".The Congress of the Confederate States have, by a joint about the aims, purposes and ac- cognition tremendously increased 1! joying, and count on indefinitely' F"M .

resolution, invited me to appoint a day of public fasting, ; tions of John Fitzgerald Kennedy. ;, their prestige and credit, at home[, .or ratter, we may tend to associate -
Our President was dead and pro- : and with other nations. It saved i I I Thanksgiving with just oae
humiliation and with God.
thanksgiving to Almighty
prayer, mourning was in order. them from financial andit idea
per j collapse;:! j i I plenty. Paradoxically faY'

': ,. .It is our solemn duty at all times, and more especially When a hero passes on, and i enabled them greatly to yin- [I enough, the first Thanksgiving. Vf 4
'' .1 no matter what your thoughts crease their nests of spies and was born on and
in of trial and to i poverty sorrow.
I a season public adversity, acknowledge our i I
I I may have been, John Kennedy i propaganda agents in this 'coun- .To these early settlers, plenty I
His and bow in humble submission j
! dependence on
mercy, I II
WAS a hero who now has become try and elsewhere in the world. i! meant enough to go around.
I before His footstool, confessing our manifold sins, suppli1'cating a martyr time comes for Their second break came 'with i It ma7 be hard for a people S is'S
'' His gracious pardon, imploring His Divine help, and j'I said recognition of the immutablefact : the beginning of World War II,.: grown accustomed to abundance,

I devotedly rendering thanks for the many and great bless- in as emphatic fashion as I. which was largely brought on j i i continually reminded cf the great .
JJ! -!,!which He vouchsafed to us. :I can be devised. I[ through the world-wide diplomatic .: amounts of surplus 'which lie unused :' "

"'-" Many people, however, are won-!1 conniving of Stalin's agents I and unneeded in this weir. I I HL :- $bt
Let the hearts of our people turn contritely and trustfully "
I fed and America toi I
i dering, whether they say so or for the advantage of making! prosperous -
to God: let us recognize in His chastening hand the : not, whether the giant television I I Russia a wartime ally of the (I i t realize just :what a, good harvest ,i 1 AS'.S, -. : -t-- ._), i
correction of a Father and submissively praythat the trials I II networks were quite wise in their: Western nations, and for the sale ,'meant to these people. ;

I ::and l sufferings which have so long borne heavily upon us, overwhelming dedication to this I of the choas and resulting op- i Could it be possible that with i'.lti

Iraay be turned away by His merciful love; that His sustaining -: one news story, in all its tragic portunities the war would pro- I no ready means of comparison ,
! : grace be given our people, and His Divine wisdom ; nuances, from the minute of the : vide. And anybody who doubts 1 millions of Americans fail to really : I q -x
, imparted to our rulers: that the Lord of Hosts will\\ be with I intolerable tragedy in Dallas until that i statement hardly needs to i understand the meaning of I! r1uI I

"dur armies, and fight for us against our enemies: and that I the late President, in glory, 'I study anything more than the in- i true thanksgiving? Perhaps they'I

-He will graciously take our cause into His own hand and I was laid to rest in the modest credible 1! ramifications and accomplishments are too caught up in plans for
grave atop a hillside in Arlington of just the Sorge visits from friends and relatives I ;
"mercifully establish for us a lasting, just and honorable I II
and preparations for turkey and
I Cemetery. !ring to discover its truth
*peace and independence. I to and I
I the cranberry Sauce pause
Certainly no one, among i I With the war once under way
And let us not forget to render unto His Holy Name : millions who watch TV perpetually 1 i Stalin was able, through the influence realize their good fortune.

the thanks and praise which are so justly! due for His great no matter what is on the j. of his agents in foreign I thankful The Pilgrim for than had more bountiful to be I i
a ;
extended I screen can have failed to be sad- countries including our own- w
goodness, and for the many mercies which He has ''harvest, and so do today's Am-
to us amid the trials and sufferings of protracted and bloody I dened and perhaps emotionallyi to keep the eyes and anger of the ericans. The Pilgrims who celebrated I II
i aroused by the slow-paced gunfire : civilized world focused on the I
I war. i of comment and actuality;i crimes of Hitler, while he him- Thanksgiving in 1621 II

*r Now, therefore, I, Jefferson Davis, President of the : which ran for almost four full self was prepetrating conquest could for their and very did thank existence their, an maker existence I r S
: days.It. : and crime and tI -
continuously successfully -
Confederate States of America, do issue this my proclamation : which was continually
the TV ,
fascinating to '
was that far outdid even i
appointing Friday, the 10th of March next, as a day 'public, of course, and kept the 'I Hitler's dreams. But in this pro- : threatened, by ,starvation, pickr I x ors

thanksgiving ( eyes of as many as could contrive 1 gress Stalin always kept his aim ness, Indian attack, winter's coldi
) ''the convenience glued to their i I- in addition to the fearand
exactly on the goals set forth by '
God;" and I do earnestly invite all soldiers and citizens tow sets. It also provided zestful i Lenin. And the tallies of his ad- distrust which always seem to

w observe. the same in a spirit of reverence, penitence and I thrills such as the shooting 1: vance now begin to flash on the t spring up when there are hard
prayer.E down of accused assassin Lee I Scoreboard thick and fastIn I times and people are fighting for

Harvey Oswald. Being able to see : August, 1939:), as a result of survival.
i (SEAL) the first televised murder, how- his with Hit : Times have changed, and Am- I
: temporary compact :
little of them
dubious I t''ms mav see.
*w Given under my hand and the seal of the Confederate ever, semes to a along to one's : ler Stalin seized all of eastern selves 'in this historic _{picture

I States of America, at Richmond, this 25th day of Jan. memory grandchildren.This carry. | Poland. During that same year I ,\e.erthe.ess, ,many. of the same !

uary in the year of cur Lord one thousand eight hun- column, it seems, is beginning I and in 1940 through brutal which conquest I threats which. tried the PilgrimsDOZIER&GAY
by force of arms .
dred and sixty-five, I to ramble rather sense- I his agents in Western countries I w t''
I lessly. were able to get the Western na- !
BUT, it does seem that we all II tions completely to ignore betook
By the President, I were a trifle over-televised dur- over the Karelian Isthmusof U

.*. J. P. BENJAMIN, Secretary of State ing the days that followed the I Finland, and swallowed up all }
from scrapbook of Miss Mamie I Dallas tragedy. of Estonia, Latvia, and LIthuania. PAINTSFOR than EXTENSION PHONE
(The above was copied In all respects, that is, except 1 an
Cooper, a great, great aunt of Charles M. Cooper, Jacksonville one: Please don't misinterpret this
w.. and Fernandina Beach businessman. Miss Cooper, who No amount of emphasis could comparison of Hitler and Stalinto EVERY NEED for rls mas..ln Coloi; >.-''
I that I condoning
Z lived through the ChiYilr! 'era, was a frequent visitor to ever have exaggerated the bravery mean am any --0- '
Hitlers actions. I merely
of am *

this city). -- -- -_- _- --- -- :,: ,bone the courage aplomb which and the characterize bredinthe -- ; trying to point out the fact that 'Best For The South' Surprise- Mom this Christmas with a gift she'U enjoy all year long. Her very own tf>
: ; A .
r hi. I t. .CARD OF Tn.\\KS ;r :.| < Mrs. Jacqueline Bojuvier Kenj during overshadowed this time we with'ir Americanswere -0ShieWs -- f extension phone in a style and color to suit the'spot. she'd like tyfst ,Bedroom)

I E. Baptist' Assn. I t' "*v' nedy m every t second of her time propaganda against our en- I kitchen, Florida room, patio. Smart idea for others on your gift list, too. To,orderjj| tall
1 We sincerely gratefultoi before
: Sets "M" Night i are ** 'the many television public appearances emy's terrible acts, namely Hit Grocery I your Telephone Company Business Office *!! \
(i friends. and enighbors for their cameras. .
ler that lost sight of or were "
: we 'I ask
At Yulee Baptist I She was a champion, every time.
: I many kind acts of sympathy during not informed about the true factof (
i And her inbred traits seemed
rr : sad bereavement. Our the terrible acts being committed
The Northeast Florida Baptist our I also, to communicate themselves i
Association will observe '"M" appreciation cannot: be adequately : to her children, Caroline and by our so called ally Stalin I

: Night on Monday, December 2, expressed. i i Jchn-John, although the latter at the same time. I --- --

w at 7:30 p.m. at the Yulee Baptist (signed) Mrs. Nancy Seibert and I God bless him, did finally show It is true that most of th;
.. Church, it was announced today traces of the impatience that,, conquests were temporarily tr l
: by B. C. Lewis, moderator. son, W. II. Seibert, Jr. I dwells in the tiny world of three, 'out of his hands by the Germlhs BellT, !

Undsey Boyd Training Union' years-olds.I Even then, he made a, during the World War that yin
: Director for Jacksonville Baptist Newspapers produce more sales '! happier man of every grand pappy; mediately followed; but they -e
1 in land. i verted to him as the Germnwere I ,
r Assn.. will be the guest speaker. per dollar of advertising. the
driven back in 1944. ) '
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r r | although the war had supposedly.:
w i:j been fought in the beginning
The has .
picturechanged anyway over the territorial ntegnty -.j'
of Poland and other small
If h nations, the Communist influence r "1p.r
11M sM
( but among the Western allies: waaso I .T

w ., great that as early as the TeKp- '
!Im Conference in 1913 ith
I tn.,
; made clear that, when the fiali i ,
the 4 to i \ it" "'"I i Cj-lLkul r Mi
Stalin ion- : i.
ing was over, was
N spirit i\V5K\ ??'>'** L y v i f
I be allowed to keep everjthingthe L* s si&,5, .L a\** 7tT7 r '!i
Iafi dols
atfot '
l ': !i had stolen. I i(

X11 .. \. abides I ': He was. And a new seriei;of |
*p ." i. : conquests started immediately. ,'

.:.. d\ .." .,. .. The formal flaunting to the world j' -a

r e I of these conquests occurred as I!

-.. >i Sr I follows. In January 1946, Stalin's
henchmen proclaimed their "Peo- |
ft. I -
.:. ."> pie's Republic" in Albania. During Chrryll.4'ora.tDoorSidarl. ... Chevy IIf
( .r 2 I the course of 1946 they established stew

4 ) I tK 'themselves as the government -
.-.. I of Hungary, with brutal ) I
I execution of Hungarian patriots I
: Y who had resisted the Germans''

.- and now resisted the Russians.:
... In July, 1946 Stalin's hatchet )

..-.. \ man, Tito, completed his crushing
grasp of Yugoslavia by the
.wr jw public shooting of Mihailovich. In ''I

.-. November, 1946, Stalin's agents'
I Ir It took over Romania and Bulgaria, F

-_ i,'.. In January, 1947, the mock elections i
in Poland formally completed r

..... v'r the two years of incredibly !,

., cruel subjugation. that na :
'04 tion to Stalin's '1.ublin Gang." 1,
In February, 1948, Stalin's 'lieutenants rE"I

: It is a far cry from the scene of the first Thanksgiving to i in Czechoslovakia pulled f
.. o
I their oup d'dtat and formally +
: the festive tables in modern, streamlined homes at which placed that country behind the

:r we celebrate the holiday today. But, basic to the proper Iron 1950, Curtain.Stalin's Ana lackeys in formalized October, with a VS engine .

: observance of the Day is the same spirit of devout thankfulness their puppet state of East Ger Now you see it. Now you don't. When a Chevy II does happens when you slip Into the driver's seat

many. that kind of disappearing act you know without looking There are new styling features like the tasteful grille
: for the blessings vouchsafed to us by a Divine By this time of course there- twice It's a '&4 with a V8 engine. design and trim accents,for instance.And the larger))elf-
were other takeovers going on That's right. full-grown 19-vhn Turbo-Fire V8.* adjustingbrakes that further reduce
upkeep that
on a car
Providence the same steadfast dedication to maintain-
: other of the world, as we '
in parts It available for the first time this year along with a already has a reputation of coming about as close to
: ing those freedoms for which the founders of our country shall see. But we are dealing East choice of three other engines-the standard 4 (in 100 perpetual motion as anything on four wheels can get.
.. here only with Europe. Series sedans) the standard 6 and 155h The ;to the full details '
finished the job there a new place get on the &!
: brand the hazards of the New World. as Germany it had been planned by Lenin 6.* (And all of them maintain their highspirits is your Chevrolet dealer's. And after you've
tM I : on modest amounts of regular BL thenVwe hope you'll attend
twenty-six years before. The gasoline.) got ; to one further
But the changes aren't confined to what detail yourself. Drive It. t
I Communists now had Easten o* Iaratorb.car

wr FLORIDA National Bank Europe entire and the first sFej .. Ask about a SMILE-MILE Ride and the Chevrolet Song Book at your Chevrolet dealer's

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rr step 2. Takeover of Asia). WOODWARD MOTOR COMPANY

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I, ;News-Leader,Fernandina Beach,Florida Thursday,November 28,1963 Page Three A fine group of volunteers has

Air Force Reserve Members Donate Blood -- been obtained: ..
Squad Cmdr. Walter M. Brobston, advisor I
Why Give To ? Fernandina AreaOrganizes
Project Hope I ; Mr. Clarke Brookins, associate -

Sunday, November 17, twenty.I advisor; Deputy Sheriff Colvm !.
one airmen and officers from the I BY JEANETTE McINNIS can reach these people so des,/ rhiely ; Explorer I Smith, associate advisor; Vacant
I in need.
9323rd Air Force Reserve Recovery "Project Hope strikes at the at present committee
Squadron made donations of heart of a need helping our Here are several noteworthy | chairman Mr. Leroy McKee,
blood to the blood bank of Hum-I neighbors abroad help themselves reasons why a gift from you to Unit !committee member; Mr. L L
rv. phreys Memorial HospitalThis by making available the most I Project Hope would mean something -I !, Bohannon, committee member;
was the first of several modern medical techniques ana to you personally.It I An Explorer Scout Unit is being Mr. Thomas G. Hall, committee
Recovery Squad groups scheduledfor training used in our country in offers the means for specific organized in the Fernandma i II member; Admiral Ralph Malone

... donations. At dates to be set the fight against disease The .and personal action in winning Beach area which will be spon :'I committee member; and CoL Walter !
in the future, other members of good Ship Hope is a project illustrative i friends for the Free World.It sored I Preston, institutional repre
by the Aassau County sentative.
4 the squad will give to help meet of effective peopleTto.1 is direct from the individua'and
y #aG'ti jp the additional needs of the blood people programs." i. the people of the USA to individuals Sheriff's Water Patrol. This unit j 1 To get things started, the advisors
I 4 9 I, y ., 'lv; Jy bank. were quoted from the late presi and the people of dis has been designated Explorer I i and committee members

, /i The need for additional blood dent, John F. Kennedy. tressed, hopeful nations. Scott Troop No. 190. i will meet at 1930 Hours (7.30:
I b ( T' ; (r yfy was brought to the attention of The job being done by Project i The funds involved are not For the past month Sheriff 11'1 P.M.), Wednesday, 4 December,
1 h ;# ry Captain Jack Baker and Major Hope is an outstanding example I siphoned from the American economy J. Youngblood and CoL Walter J9t53, in the Conference Room at

-, Lewis Moore, squadron medical I ol American achievement in the but are invested in Am-| Preston, the institutional representative -! the Recreation Center. Mr. Jim
? administrative officer and doctor I continuing effort to build gcod I erican labor, services and mater have been contacting I I Sayers, district executive for Boy
:x. respectively, as they talked with 1 will throughout the world and ta! various local people to pet assist Scouts, will conduct an ,Explorer
I hospital authorities about emergency i try to bring people closer to each i ials.The methods through the medical ance in the organization and op-! Leader's Training period. The

,. '. treatment on weekends asJ.other by these relationships which I I approach are basic to the per- eration of the Explorer Scout I' meeting should last approximate*
i J y'd4 R 4Ij it related to the monthly training\bring them together in the sonal human needs of others as Troop. I ly two hours. .. .. ..
. /; : : : assemblies currently being held' case of Project Hope, it is that I opposed to construction of high- In the very near future the
! : by the 9323rd squadron. I'of a healing nature.In way or military build-up. action of the world's needy to the time and date will be published '
S I fl 4 roq a: When they became aware of this country where we are Hope recognizes the premise : enterprise and to the generous for the initial meeting of r
I ''.',if the shortage, the squadron so richly blessed we should stop that no country can grow strong'i i Americans who support it. prospective
'J bers made arrangements to mem-I and think how we can shan a : economically without a basically Certainly, giving to Project members of Explorer:
i 1 4$ a schedule whereby the squad little of what we have with healthy population.The I Hope is not an expense or a donation i Scout Troop No. 190 and their
members might make donations ers. Giving to Project olh'j'j broadest import of all o* but an investment in your I Bathers. .
one channel through which Hope's be the re-1 I future. Walter J. PrestontOSSB&SiSSXU
.. of blood to remedy the need. we successes may own
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, 21 AIRMEN AND OFFICERS from the 9323rd Air Force Reserve Recovery Squadron furnish rides for any persons
recently made donations to the Humphreys Memorial Hospital blood bank.! Picturedare in the Yulee area who need! I SHOP DOWNTOWN

(seated) left to right, Mrs. W. A. Leusihner, A-3c Jimmy Peters, S-Sgt.: J. C.. I transportation to take part in the I 1 1I j
Nichols, Jr. (standing) A-2c Newton Mu'lis, Captain Jack Baker, squadron medical I Mass Polio Immunization.The .
administrative officer, Major Lewis Moore, doctor and medical officer, and A-1c Edward number to call for transportation

I... Graves. is 225-5293.

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H. YIyYh'ti S J M''Y, !vi. ..,.G.yL A beautiful woman, for All Your ... :. ', :,

.. Her dead mate in her arms.
:; yi! '. Y %: .SK":4gn} I
Brave banners .
!' :. }.6'ryQ. Drooping in despair.
a yr.AV Muffled drumrolls, '

: I Symbolic of a nation's heart, Christmas

I Beating in agony. I ..
A caisson 111 ?

Jolting o'er >r
I The rough stones of the street. G ifts :":
r' I
4t. The great of the earth :
Walking meeklyIn '' ,... .. ':
the shadow of a nation's grief .
: I "
A little gill, ; :
Wondering and afraid. .

Power, pomp and glory .
Bowed in sorrow.A .
atttl lonely hill, r'b R :49 /
Clothed in the solemnity of '

: death.A q ( ti ,
Which love had lit. JJLe : .... .,I
Silence.Departing multitudes. S I r

Eternity. :: ... I J'I'
Herbert Luke. ;

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Zns :ro ni Auto SafetySet Checks I ;.

I I By Jaycees Y .. ".,
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t' A-lc EDWARD t.. GRAVES (left) and S-Sgt. J. D. NICHOLS (right) are membersof December 7 and 14 1 x '44.1r.

a 21 man group from the 9323rd Air F>rce Reserve Recovery Squadron which recently I 4 ,1 a,. Y z .
donated blood to the Humphreys Memorial Hospital Blood Bank. Receiving I I "
The Fernandina Beach
the donations are, left center, Frank Snyder; chief technician of the hospital's laboratory Chamber of Commerce has .., .
blood bank, and X-ray, and, right center, Dean Bailey, medical technologist. I adopted ,..... .
a on motoring safety .
program. .. "
I .r being advocated nationwide andwill a 0
I ,.. .
sponsor two Safety Lane I ir .
Lions Are Hosts w
i Checks during December, in conjunction -
with their auto seat belt /
DON'T MISSTjtttone I: (Continued from Page One) sale which gets underway Satur- A .. .. I

: poses of the Lions Club and how" day.The 1)
I to better serve the community check lane will be set up
I through its programs. on 5th St. between Atlantic Ave

I New Lion, Dick Bennett was, I and Ash St for two days, December ..
I : 7 and again on December 14,
called for about the
upon a report 1
I possibility of a soft ball game I with auto inspections beginning
with the Kiwanis Club. His report at 9 a.m. and continuing until 3 Check Our ) :' j i iJ

will be discussed next week. 'I p.m. each day. ... .
I Clarke read portions of information Sgt. Doyle, with the Florida '>. .

ADS ON from the District Governors Highway Patrol, will conduct the ..
I Newsletter. safety check with the assistance' .. .. "
of two FliP troopers and the cooperation '
:, At a short board meeting which, of local law enforcement SpecialChristmas j I II

followed the dinner, Kasley D.,I officers. I
PAGES 6&8 .
i Thomas was voted membership by The officers' service are volun-

the board of directors. tary and it was stressed by J. C.

ti i. Lion Bill Melton will have next, Campbell, project chairman, that Shopping Hours i
I '- --- L
-- : : : =. JJ'0 .. ,; u' : .o week's program. there would be NO penalty for
__ deficiencies found during the in /
spection. .
Five minutes is the required

for time brakes expected, front to lights check (each and turn car OPEN TO 6:00: P.M. DECEMBER 2 THROUGH DECEMBER 15 :

signals), rear lights (stop and
ANNOUNCEMENTTHE -: turn signals), steering, tires, exhaust J
system, glass, windshield I FRIDAYS DECEMBER 613 20 TO 8:00: P.M.' : '
wipers (and washers), rear view .
: mirrors, and horn. .
: 41
.. i "Join Jaycees the urge Circle that of every Safety driver_Ii : =:: .:. OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAYS, DECEMBER 4-11-18 1 1 1 1

\\/t. Check Your Car Check Your
: I driving Check Accidents." ii ii I Ii 1.

KEYSTONE. HOTEL.,:'.f!: ,J.,'. i i i William H. Seibert I OPEN 'TIL 8:00: P.M. DECEMBER 16 1718-19 20 21 23 24i:/.

(Continued from Page One) .

'* Mr. Seibert played baseball A. S. Allan : Firestone Beach Supply Mary K's
i: here in the early 1900's and was -. /
WILL FOR signally honored at the openingof I .
CLOSED the 1063 Little League season,
THE Bailey'sBecker's Gene's Mather of FernandinaMyer's :
BE _
by throwing out the first ball ,
Ji II He was a member of the First I : ,.

t'o.. Presbyterian Church of Fernan Pharmacy Griffin's Jewelry' Dept. Store
: ,
: dina Beach, where he served as
: .
WINTER SEASON : : an elder. He was a member of i .
Amelia Lodge No. 47, F & AM Bottom DollarBuccaneer Hardee Brothers Partin's :
wt and Nassau Chapter No. 49, I
RAM. .
He is survived bj his widow, Bakery Ki-Fashion Dept. Store Robison Jewelry Co.Shiell's :
Mrs. Nancy D. Seibert of Fernan .
o. dina Beach; a son, W. H. Seibert, .
Jr.; and two grandsons, John and Charlene's Lewellen's Grocery :
Robert Seibert all of Medford,I
1 f
DATE ", DATE Oregon; and two sisters, Mrs. ,
r ',
:v "' William Sharp and Miss Maude Chuck's TV Lockwood's Drug ,Store. ,- Steger Drug Co. :
1 1963T I ,ARCH 1 1,1964 I Seibert, both of Jacksonville. o .-' .
-< ** \ .
o Active pallbearers were, Frank ,"
., E. Walters, I. W. Hardee, Jr., DixielandFernandina Lynn's Dress Shop Woos Drug Store :
r ,
P : :\ :- Jim Midkiff, Reed T. Lewellen, I 1
,J," ;, ;. --o' ;.:i I Geiger. 'I'III Hardware W. W. Mac Co. Western 0 AutoT :
.;... II Honorary pallbearers were elders I :' 0 o. :

., .-.' and deacons of the Fust
Presbyterian Church I


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:: to Four ; N'e. \v's-Leader, Fernandina. BeachrFlorida_ ThursdaYNovember26, 1963 | :
% i .7
_. "Family Night"
i -- -I II Wed Nov mbet 23 .- 1. PERSONALS

.;St.. Michael's Honors The ,
Scene Of Beauty Unfold Saturday I "" .
i .John LaMottes I
Christmas T.uzaarSet 1 Sirs. Mabel Miltbn plans to : Mr. and Jlrt. Robert "'!otter

De-'I .t t.ber 7 in Flower( Sbvv; At Keystone HotelMen I I: Reverend and Mrs John La j spend the Thanksgiving holidays from Sap Paulo, Br.aril: arrived

Motte and children, Kathy, John ,I iin Montgomery Alabama with Monday to speftd "the Thanksgiving -

St. Michael's annual Christmas Jr., and Margaret, were honoredTuesday her json-in-law and daughter holidays with Mrs. Warren's
Bazaar will be held Saturday and women who grow Mrs F. F. Gaines, Mrs. Louise evening at a "Family i Captain and Mrs Charles E. Hopi sister and her t&tettd, Mr. and
I flowers and know flowers and Walker and Mrs. Askins. kins. Mrs.
Emerson Mitehell.
December 7th at Municipal Audi- tight Dinner given by all organizations i
many others who simply love In Class III, "Frankincense and I
I .
torium from 5:30: until i' *z. S within the Presbyterian I Friends of Colonel V. Mrs. fc. and Mrs.
'w E. GarcM I Y. Graves
I flowers and all else that has ,: Myrrh, besides Mrs. Scofield, ., '- Church.
"The general public is cordially beauty were delighted last 'awards went to Mrs Albin C. '.':'. : Fall flowers decorated the dining 'i will be glad to know that he Is ; I George Cal&tas' n! S&rannth, Ga.

invited to come and enjoy a spaghettI Saturday at the profusion of I II Thompson, Mrs. Knight, Mrs. (' '.-/ 'X", area. Following a period of resting comfortably at home at- will spend the Thanksgiving holi-
supper, greet Santa, and oveliness which them at Lucille and Mrs. Ketchum.
greeted Sawyer fellowship around the banquet ter undergoing major at'',(days with their nieee and her
fchpp at the booths featuring I 1 I s surgery
many s
he show of the Rose Garden ;
J tabled invited to family Mr. and Mrs. Robert As-
everyone was the U. S.
.homemade gifts for the home Club:: assisted by the HemerocalUs i; In Class IV, "Christmas GiT", '' where of Naval Hospital in iatksonville. : kini. Mrs. Askins left Tuesdayfor
.. the sanctuary a shower
and every member of the family Garden Club, in the dining ;''prizes went to Mrs. Woolsey, .:' '.{ gifts was presented to Mr., and I I L Savannah' to drive her aunts
Door prizes: an electric can room of the Keystone Hotel. The 1 Urs. Townsend, Mrs. Wilson, I I ,1
sirs La Motte to take to their J Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Lofton back to Fernandirw >each today.
floral them "No Richer : Mrs. A. E. Taplin and Mrs.I are1spending :
opener and a flash camera will ways mission field, Luluabourg, Republic
,. ; Mr. and Mrs Paul Warwick,
be -given Ticket prizes Gifts. I Thompson. } of Congo, Africa. ( Thanksgiving and the
away. : It was apt that the flower j In Class V, "Greetings," win- weekend in Tallahassee with their : 'Jr., of Brunswick, Ga. and their
l The gifts were opened by girls
$100 U. S. Savings Bond, Star show was held in the hotel dining i\ ners were Mrs. Preston and Mrs. I ( from the Pioneer Group of the son ahd daughter-in-law Mr. and I two children, Sandra and Stephen,
Rogers Bros silver service, RCA Knight. ;:f. Mrs. Harvey Lofton, and will visit with Mr. Warwick's
room because, as one onlooker i( I : Sunday School, and Included ev- grandson ,
8 transistor' radio, Pflueger spin- expressed it, the exhibits "looked j jI Among miniatures, results 4, j ,f t < .I_ erything front clothing, pena: : Dandee. Lt. Dee Lofton, stationed I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul War-

ting rod and reel, and a travel !(I good enough to eat" and brought|' were: j 00 .00 ''I!00'.. y",,", ... and paper. tot'')children, to tabie- ,'I at Ft. Benning. Ga., will wick, Sr. during the Thanksgiving
alarm clock will be awarded the 'high praise to Mrs. B. F. Wool. Class I, "Gleanings," Mrs. Sco- :: ;:;::'" ;;:<.:-::..: ,..:. < 'tl i: *:;;t:' ware. Many. of the children join his parents in Tallahassee 1 holidays.Mr. .

f lucky winners. show chairman, her field, Mrs. Woolsey, Mrs. Lovell *''' : '.. %} ... members of for the weekend.Mr. i
serf, J. CO-Chair-I and Mrs. H. D. Lohman. .f.ft:: :4L.:,. .., .,.. ....,. .0 0' ::" :.4:'::'"i.'::. Clothes weremade' by I and Mrs. Ken JorsHe and
Plans to exhibit Mrs. H. Women of the Church.
are underway man r' the and Mrs. K. W. Rob family of Jeep, Ga. guests
sGt returned were
many of the sale articles in the : other members of the Class II, "Season Gems, top : lj The kitchen utensils and flatware Monday from to Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Lin Had
a hip
lobby of the Florida National in charge of the event. winner was Mrs. Sheffield, other i i t : :: for ,the dining room will be Nassau in the Bahama Island I I dock.

Bank the week of the bazaar. Nine flower-expert ladies from winners being Mrs. Knight, Mrs. used in the hooking school taughtby They made the trip by boat from
Parcel Post packages are corning Jacksonville were judges of the Nolan and Mrs. B. R. Cather- Mis. La Motte and in the guesthouse Miami. Mike Kavouklis of the Attorney

offii i | wood. MR. AND MRS. which houses travelers from 1 General's Office in Tallarifcss.ee -
in from all parts of the coun- event and they, with other JAMES CLEMENTS, JR.
try and attics and basement elating officers, were served coffee -! Among the conversation piecesin ; ;abroad\ and members of the Presbytery Mrs. J. J. G. Cooper has as her j visited recently with Mr. and
have been searched for articles !I and cake in the Keystone lob- the showing were the carousel Miss Gail Stoeffler daughterof gray fur trimmed collar. Black :: and Synod at scheduled. guest, Mrs. F. W. GoldenHowesof :Mrs. Mercury Kavouklis. Mike

to place in the white elephant j|by by Mrs. George S. Fox. The exhibited by the Camellia Garden Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoefflerof I slippers and bag completed her meetings. St. Augustine. J Kavouklis is the brother of Mercury -
1 booth. hotel drenched i Club and the cabbage rose ar- 1112 North Fourteenth Street;[attire. I I At the conclusion of this por- i Kavouklis.
I I I[ foyer was May inj, i rqn Ralph
: Aunt and Uncle Mistletoe are j,I camellias supplied by Ketchum. 1 James A. Clements ina Friday from Savannah, Ga. fQr a t
I[occasion, a suit Qf, winter white le !showed'color slides .which pictured I II
working on decorations, and San donor of several prizes. i ipe include I visit with her father, Col. )E. P. :
Horticulture winners wool with the school where they !
private worn black :,
ta's helpers are still working !?Mes the chairman, the show i Mme;. Woolsey, Cecil Hall, Ashley November I' Mrs. Clements selected a be- taught, the country! in which they I Ncyes. She will return home after l Cooper's Laundry
23 in Woodbine Geor-
last minute details included Mmes J. G.
committee the
on ( Kelly, Tom Brown, H. Peterson coming suit of brown wool. Her i live, and the work they are dc- Thanksgiving weekend I 1,
: to bring you the most successful KmgniV.. J. Preston, B. L. Jr., John Weisner, Philip accessories black. ""
I' gia.The were ing.
Sp4 Tim Swanson will
bazaar ever! P wher R. E._ Townsend, B-:. B. j! Jackson, Knight, Rauschert, J. J. marriage was performedby Corporal l Clements has served The La Mottes expressed their Thanksgiving with his spend Coin-Operated

Wilson, John Seitz, Ray Ket- ;, G. Cooper, C. Litrico, Franklin Judge Proctor at six o'clock, three years in the U. S. .Marines, appreciationto the Men of the Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swamon.parents, I Laundry and Dry
U.s. ASKED TO cauin, lox, and ItY.. Haskins. 1! Jones, J. StuHts, Frank Hamm, in his chambers.For two years of which he was based 1!J Church, theomen of the Chdeh, Swanson is Sp
presently stationed
: JOIN UNIT PLAN The Best-in-fshow award wentto 'J. B. H. F. Hobein, of' at ,,
Thompson, her wedding, the bride in Hawaii. He is presently stationed -and the children the Sunday I Ft. Benning, Ga. 1 Cleaning
: France has asked the United Mrs. Scofield for her entry in i Frank McLaren, H. W. Fishier, chose a two-piece suit of pink I at Quantico, Virginia, I School for an enjoyable evening I 1i I i

States, Russia, Britain, West the "Frankincense and Myrrh" I Ketchum, H. F. Sahlman, H. S. flannel enhanced with a soft where they will make their home. ;I and for all the hospitality extend Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cooperof : j Mrs. Doris Howard,
class touching assembly of Durham, Askins Luke, Scofield, .. while visited in Jacksonville I
Germany and Italy to build joint. I a -- ed them they will spend Manager( .
ly an ,international cancer research i, well-chosen and aromatic blooms I A. R. Sanders, E. B. Philips, I Fernandina Beach. Thanksgiving with his mother, I j
institute with funds deducted -: stressing the motif of clasped Sheffield, Nolan, Don Brown, AnnouncedMiss 130 persons were in attendance Mrs. J: J. G. Cooper, and other lith & Beech Streets

: from military budgets. ( hands. The runner-up in this division Courter, Jack Hamerick, Howard Wedding i on Family Night. _. relatives.._ ,
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Mrs. L E. Sellers, of the Camellia Seitz and J. L. Armstrong and i.,' 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Y i 4 4 4 4 4 4 ti 4 4 4 4 k k Y R S t Q d U 6 r: 4Q 1 Q
; Garden Club, for her invita- Miss Cone. Y Y Y Y Y Yi

justas ,;tional arrangement in the class Thompson I "Christmas Magic"Lighting '' \ / '
called "How About That!" Other 'The Other Wise Man1 Presents ProgramAt <
: '
Easy'n clubs besides the Rose Garden .
I[ club were invited to participate.Two i To Be Presented WSCS Meeting"You ,and decoration contest sponsored by the Magnolia ":::' :::: .%<

] entrants, c Garden Club and the Florida Public Utilities Co. all t' .. ,
as it non-garden-club Open to ... '
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Mrs. F. R. ConnerThe .. ..
By .
competing under the invitational Are Christ Called" was 't residents of Amelia Island. ).. .... Q
;I of the show I I the of the and 7 f \ M
I onTV! j rules were: Women of the First Presbyterian topic program NAME
I!J Mrs Shiell Sheffield, award of I'i' : Church will have their worship service given by Miss \
for Thanksgiving cactus, Robbie Lee Thompson at the reg-
merit a regular board meeting at 9 a.m. ADDRESS
t .
: .' i and Mrs E. B. Phillips, in the Thursday: December 5. ular meeting of the Woman's So- '

; .. potted foliage class, for a croton The general meeting will be ciety of Christian Service, held .;.p', Eu
,, Monday at Parish Hall of Me- f:1 '
) .,
plant. held at 10 am.: in Fellowship Hall. I til
.tI An award of merit for a cut I After coffee and fellowship, Mrs. morial Methodist Church. CLASS (Check one) kS _

I I specimen went to Miss Marie F. R. Conner will present the program Mrs. Connell Jenkins, accompanied 1. ENCHANTED WINDOWS, commercial windows ( )

Cone, of the Azalea Garden Club,I "The Other Wise Man.;' at the piano by Mrs. L K. ; 2. HOLIDAY: HOUSE; entrances of homes ( ) ,,

.. for her Fairy Rose. Her rendition of this Christmas Nolan, sang, "Come Unto Me w v 3. CHRIST3IAS TREE LANE, decorated.)butdoor) trees( ) b

) I The Sweepstakes Award in"I' Eiory will be in her own words And Rest"Mrs. .. : 4. Outdoor scenes: til

t WALL PAINt the horticulture division went to and there is much anticipation of B. F. Dickens, president, d' a.STAR OF BETHLEHEM, religious ( )

\i Mrs. Woolsey, who won the largest I it.The presided during the business ses. b. BEWITCHED, modern ( ) 2
evening circle than: 'man. sion. ?
of blue ribbons in
Mrs. Robert Cenek and co-c airman j, 1 S c. CHRISTMAS WONDERLAND, traditional ( )
DDoSn't '' It was announced the
B No mixing or stirring : that division.
: like ordinary 'i Boy Scout Troop 89, headed by I Mrs. George Geiger will ity Thanksgiving service wouldbe Mail entry (to: Mrs. R. M. White, 502 Broome Street.
drip or spatter: Scoutmaster Ralph Wood, receiv- I serve as hostesses for the cc-as-: held in the sanctuary at 10 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Einar Swanson Fernandina Beach ,or Phone 261727.tl : ai
: ;paints H Dries in minutes !|lion. announce the marriage of .

i Clean up with soap and waterBuilding I I tu ribbon honorable for its mention"Litterbug"and a green table. iI I i!I ..? a.m.annual Thanksgiving Christmas Tea day,at and Brew-the their daughter, Catharine La- /. i)l \\\I; )/i\\; 1 l\\;\)1 l\\\\\l\\\;\ ;\ ; ; 1 \\r<\\ lb l/_l\_; \\l\l; ; ); _j_ _\);\);\); I_ _

"How About I ster Hospital in Jacksonville Fontaine, to Mr. Boyd Olan Bry- n---.L.
t In Class I, the ]
: "Nassau would be .December son, Jr., son of Mr. ,and Mrs.'I.
That" division, other winners I i: Stork Club given Sunday, :::1ZI t.:7''r.l'.q _
I I Boyd Olan Sr. of Mar- '" <<
than Mrs. Sellers were MagnoliaClub I 8.The. I Bryson, : ?
members, Mrs. H. F. Luke 1! I WSCS Christmas Tea will i ietta, Georgia. I II

&r Supply Co. and Mrs. W. J. Courter. I Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Barn- j' be Monday, December 9 at 8 p.m. j, The wedding was solemnized I II .

In Class II, "Count Your Blessings -i hardt are receiving congratula- I in Atlanta, Georgia.
261-3G13 The Bernice Lowe Circle
1129 S. 8th Ph. pre-
tions the birth of daughter, I
," winners were Mrs. Seitz, on a ,
sented the Society with folding
i I a '
-- Melissa Lynn, on October 29
I !the j I table. Jr. HiElementaryLUNCHROOM I II
Tift County Hospital at TitI -
I ton, Ga. The little lady weighed ] Mrs. T. W. Brown dismissedwith I t

Ibs. Mr. Barnhardt left October prayer. MENUSDec. fuoMl
: llan Theatre 17 j i i
I jlG for a military assignment in 2-6 ; i
Germany. Presbyterian Men

'Phone 2G1-4849 C. E. Reach, Mgr. I : ..JI' Monday Ham w/ green '
I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall, Slate Film beans and potatoes, tossed salad, I A
, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MATINEES AT ::2:30'I I former residents of this city, announce On LandThe cornbread and butter, chilled Portable H.

NIGHT SHOWS START 7:30 : the birth of a son, Todd, Holy peach halves, peanut butter I

; on November 5 in Mobile, Ala. brownie, \k pint milk.
'I .. ONE COMPLETE SHOW ; where making their First Presbyterian Men u ,4,
they are now
! i : the Church will hold their reg- Tuesday Meat loaf, mashed + Qid
i: ular monthly meeting Tuesday, I potatoes, turnip greens w/rocts,
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Boner are December 3 at 6:30: p.m. in Fel- I rolls and butter, % apple, & pint i,

''t :: Thursday, Friday & Saturday the proud parents of a son, Ed- lowship Hall. i milk. i ii i i LIGHTEST BRIGHTEST *r I BEST ,

ward Elmer Boner, Jr:, born There will be a covered-dish 1.i Wednesday Hot dogs / buns, I Ii j Ii
fhurs. & Friday 7:30: Sat. 2:30 & 7:30 I Sunday, November 24, at Baptist supper following meeting.The I|i baked beans, cole slaw, fruit! Just 12 pounds of pleasure. This General Electric puts a perfect Of course. This treat new TV
cobbler smartly-styled lightweight is I "Daylight Blue" picture into a idea was designedly GE. engi-
V milk.
Memorial in Jackson- pint
i Hospital program will consist of a ( 1!i really portable truly personal. neat 60 sauare inches ((11* neers for YOU. ThfJnest eefli-
! Walt Disney's ville. The little lad weighed 8 I filmed travelogue entitled, "The J ThursdayRoast pork, steam-1 i Use it anywhere and everywhere, diag) brings you a brighter, parents, assembled with!modern,
: Ibs. Land Of The Bible. Included in ed rice w/ gravy, escalloped corn i> inside or out: takes little more ,'I sharper, clearer imzge than ever reliable electronic wiring..

| I the places visited will be the holy :, and tomatoes, congealed cranberry -I table space than your telephone before.
"SUMMER r MAGIC'E Mr. and Mrs. Julian F. Bennett book.
of Orlando places of the Bible, both old and I salad on lettuce leaf, rolls I)
proudly announce
new testaments. and butter, pineapple cake, ft ,
E: [ Ji1LI.5Technicolor the birth of a son, Julian Foster pint milk. I
: Bennett, Jr. on November 23.
E :, i The little lad weighed 7 lbs. 7 "With a woman in orbit this I Friday Grilled cheese sandwich FIVE POINTS GROCERY AND HARDWAREFIVE
old planet is I
ozs. Mrs. Bennett is the former running more or sliced tomatoes, frozen I
.--- Miss Bobby Ann Howell, daughter less risk of being plagued again II blackeye peas, fresh fruit salad, POINTS PHONE 261.5205
= of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Howellof with flying saucers. % pint milk. _
this cit'. Paternal grandparents -
I are Mr. and Mrs. U .E. Bennett !
E: 2:30: & 7:30I : I of Sycamore Rd. :

"STOLEN HOURS" I "We read the other day that I

folks in Russia take only one bath !!

H SUSAN HAYWARD I a year. Evidently this is propa- I
ganda designed to attract American '

rr Technicolor : youth toward Communism." ,
_. W C. Colburn, Blackstone (Va.)
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?are$: Five News-Leader,Fernandina Beach,Florida Thursday, November 28,1963
Extension Work ,1 i:tary teachers teaching and prospective. experience teache, for'' VFW Auxiliary Presents Flag To loy's out Troojr213The p

of mathematics in grades k ...
Offered TeachersIn through 6. The course is not Ladies Auxiliary to the cious appreciation of the prin- sponsors of the Troop; sad members

open to students who have completed I Veterans, of Foreign Wars Post'i ciples and ideals for which our of the Troop commi.teer ila-'
This AreaThe more than two semesters 1689 of Jacksonville last week Nation, our Flag and our Heritage thias Fiala, Charles Hamsan{ E.
i I of college mathematics. This Is presented a fifty-star American !I stand," she concluded. 1|i Valero. and Henry LipinskL-**

a 3 hour undergraduate course { Flag to Boy Scout Troop 213 as Other members of the Ladies j t I _

Florida Institute for Con i offered through the Universityof St. part of their community service Auxiliary present were: Mrs. I r Yulee P-TA Sets ,
tinuing University Studies, Tallahassee Florida. ...xa.., and nation \\'idemericani3lI1 I Constance McElroy, vice president i '

has co-ordinated aqd Course, MS 500, open to all iai program. Department of Florida ;,: December 6 ForSupperHootcnanny-

scheduled two extension courses: i structional personnel at Peck| -:1k4 Y ? Mrs. Ruth Kearns, president of V. F. W. Auxiliary; Mrs. Hilda "

to begin in January. They are i.Bryant Academy and Pine Forest ___ the V. F. W. Auxiliary, made the ; Valero, Department Community
open to teachers in the Fernan- ray presentation to Scout Cecil A. Service Chairman; Mrs. Ida Hider The Yulee P-TA will sponsor
dim Beach-Yulee area. is also three trimester hours.It color the I Home Fund '
I' : Bennett, guard for occasion Department a chicken supper at the" Yulee
Each class will hold 14 meet; is offered on the graduate who accepted the flag on Chairman; Mrs. Mary: ; Cook, vice I i School from 5 to 7 p.m. and a

injjs and have an enrollment limitof i level by Florida A and M University. behalf of the Troop. resident Post 1183 Ladies Auxiliary 'I hootenanny to start at T:30. p.m.

35. Registration must be madeone The first class will meet a : During the presentation Mrs. ; Mrs. Clyde WiHiams, I December 6.
: January 15 at Peck High School l. -,, r'rxsf I I JAuxaiary Guard: ; Mrs. Mae I
week prior to the first class Kearns compared the Boy Scout Tickets for the thitb1MJpper
: For additional information, Troop with the "Citizens Of Tomorrow" :Hornberger; Mrs. Velma Franklin. i are $.75 for children, and $1.00
meeting. It will be to .
necessary !I contact the office of John T; i for adults. In addition to the
register before Christmas to avoid! :Weisner, superintendent of the saying, "It is time for Mrs. McElroy presented the chicken, green beans, cole, slaw! ,
paying f' $5.00 late registrationfee. I Board of Public Instruction. ; each of us to do something for :, Troop with copies of the Americanism i and potato salad will! be served.

I" I Jl d' J : L his Country something: extra, | Booklet entitled, "Your The hoo..BDy1Iil1 be.he'd"' in

I Prerequisite for course MS 300, I In horse and buggy days the t.i.r something more than routine 'I Land and Mine." I the Yule School Gym, with local
Mathematics fcr Elementay j nearest thing to a clover leaf wasa which contributes to our nation's'strength i j Other members of the Color'I Student,' admission .
Teachers, is C-42 or some elemen- fork in the road." unity and progress. Guard Squad for Troop 213 were; talent participating.
n_ -----r The country's strength is the sum : Scouts Robert Ferreira, Robert I will be set at $.33 and
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of each American. j Bedfcrd, Walter Sturges, and Ii adult, $.60. When parefeMd'with
"Nations grow great as the I John Dressier. I chicken supper tickets, all hoot. )

WITNESSING THE PRESENTATION of the 50-star American flag from Mrs. Ruth integrity of their citizens rises. I Adult Leaders present for the enanny tickets will be $.26. Prey \

GOOD/YEAR Kearns to Scout Cecil] A. Bennett, Color Guud for Scout Troop 213, are, on speaker'splatform They fail when their people grow j occasion were; the Reverend i schoolers will be admitted free.
selfish and Father William J. Holmes Pastor I
abnormally morally
from left Mayor and Mrs. E'. J. Johnson, Scoutmaster Ernest Valero, Ma- -
slack Let this symbol of our of St. Michael's Catholic "There is a new drftik- called
thias Fiala Al Blanchard Fr. \V. J. Holmes and Charles Harrison.
Henry Lipinski, Rev 'I
great nation be observed on Patriotic : Church; Albert Blanchard, President Foreignade, the refreshment. that

:Holidays, to stimulate con I II of The HolyName Society, \never pauses." ,.' .
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", The Beautiful Results of A HobbyBY I .

tOWTHRU1 LINDA CRAFT stone Hotpl. Prior to the Saturday -' DOUBLE
tC Art has been defined as the ,showing, the paintings were VALUE'
c on display at Charlene's Dress
) production of beautiful Shop. .
( or extraordinary.. According

SAVE NOW ON TIRES FOR i to their many viewers, the paint Mrs.of Sorensen.Fernandina a former Beach resident for- .
I ings by Mrs. ,Oscar Sorensen ..
I qualify on both counts. some 25 years, is a novice at BIG FAMILY\ SIZE HIGH SPEED
I :
oainting. Her painting interests i
I, Mrs. Sorensen's
paintings were
SAFER VACATION TRAVEL exhibited in began two years ago when her .1
Saturday conjunctionwith GENERAL &; } ELECTRIC GENERAL t1 ELECTRICRYIR
I ship-captain husband was away .
J the garden show held by the
II Ii i Rose Garden Club at the Key.Personals from their North Miami Beach AUTOMATIC AUTOMATIC
home on a 7 month trip. .
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According to Mrs. Sorensen,
she saw art teacher Mrs. Cheri BOTH WASHER

&tc4 I Litt's sign and signed up for ,
0i BY WILLIE MATTSON two, 2 hour lessons per week. New Spiral Activator washing High speed drying at safe,_low *
Mrs. John Hardee, Mrs. D. A.
r Her training began with simple action temperahres': .
j i : Eighteen couples played in the Partin, Mrs. T. S. Anderson, and *
i t, SAVE rt Turkey tournament Sunday. Mr; Miss Eloise Partin spent last I drawing in charcoal, basic F or' 0 11 I V Damp-dry spin leaves many Timer dial 1 ]

: ; and Mrs. Tom Lannon andIr: weekend in Tampa with Dr. and I shapes and perspectives. As her y ,pieces. ready to iron Lint trop ". ,
i skill increased, she was ,
1 and Mrs. L. C. Shave low
were Mrs. Howard Hardee. Famous G-E written warranty .
net 72%. Dr. and 'Mrs. George use oils. One painting in the
!I Barker second with 73 and collection she exhibited Saturdaywas
1 were Mrs. H. D. Wilson of Hazel. a portrait of her sister, Mrs.
MOREjNot Mr. and Mrs. Harry Poole and hurst, Ga. will return home Sat William Childs. She was taughtthe <- f:1 .J
I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Young tied :
with 74. Rudy York and Ray I urday after visiting here two i iI painting style of that por 35995:81H : !

I Caldwell tied in the 3G hole put I weeks with her sisters, Mrs. Lois I I trait by a Mexican artist visiting I :
Reid and Miss Robbie Lee Thompson. her art classes.As .
65. All win-
ting tournament at Mrs. Reid and Miss Thompson i I 1
forturke's. she became more adept,
ners received gift certificates I :
will accompany her home, re-1 Mrs. Sorensen was promoted to I AND -J :: ;

A Blind Nine tourney was the turning Sunday.Mrs. painting landscapes from pictures ::;

,j event for Tuesday with twelve S. M. Varnadoe of Jack 1 and photographs and making II ?f'SAVE: i.'H:; i i
of models
ladies participating. Mrs. L. C. sonville will spend Thanksgiving charcoal sketches pictures ,
I If
i Shave was low net 39, while Mrs. and the holiday weekend herewith I i and other people she chose
( T. C. Herring was second and her son-in-law and daughter i i to draw.I 1==- : 1

';Mrs. Wm. Sweatt was third. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Steger, I Mrs. Sorensen said that she ..

j of FBWGA injvited and family. I I met many interesting people at
I J.adies : are -

Sure You Need New Tires? I: Club Tuesday to play, December at Brentwood 3. If Golf you Thursday Judy Jameson evening will from return Florida home winter her professional art people classes.artists.would On come occasion, or, I Five 'Points Grocery & Hardwore i

wish advise Mrs. Sweatt.
Perhaps yodr present tires still have plenty of mileage to go, I State University to :spend F
left. But to make sure, why not drive in and let our tire I I # _* ft Thanksgiving with her parents, One of the paintings entitled in the i Five Points Phone 261520511 1 :
I Poker Hand winners for Saturday display of paintings was i
tires check Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jameson I
experts give your a quick ? "Fernandina Shrimp Boat Scene."
: and Sunday were Ed Mc-, ......
.. I Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bromley of She used a slide sent by Fernan i ,'- -- -- -+ =: -
i i t' This service is yours absolutely FREE. 'Queen, Will Haynie, L. G. Nash,
\ : Atlanta are visiting their son-in- dina Beach friends as the basis I .
IH. E. Baker, Johnnie Baker, Joe
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. for her painting. Another, "Spanish -
: Scarboro Dave Pete In-
gram; Ray Caldwell, and Bili I:'I John Gregory, and family, at I Dancer," denotes a neighbor! i i pp Q i 9 '
Justice. their home on Melton Road. I of Mrs. Sorensen's when she lived

I in Santo Domingo, Mexico. !
LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANY ': I Theron Simmons and Clayton I The lady was a teacher of the :
"What this country needs i ia
I Davis of Plant City spent the last dance and Mrs. Sorensen used a i 1 1 r F}
YOUR FOnD DEALER SINCE 1910 'I another: holiday a day set asid week in Fernandina Beach hunting photograph as the guide for the II
to celebrate having survived thE!
others." : with their uncle, J. C. Jameson. painting.The i ,
exhibit of Mrs. Sorensen's I
: ;
Mrs. Lavan Padgett will arrive I paintings includes a large variety I '. for _-

Saturday from Burr Hill, Va. to of subjects. She has learned _

be with her mother, Mrs. H. M. i various styles to best carry over I I'
Fink, who will enter St. Vincents' the chosen subject. On one scene, '! DEF AB ; .
EvutriitiitR Hospital in Jacksonville next t: "Swiss Scene," she used palette i .
: I knife for the realistic flowers in I
Sunday to undergo major surgery -! .i
on Monday. I foreground. ,
Others of Mrs.1 Sorensen's display j .
Miss Pam Turbot left Jackson.' include, "Isle of Women," I 1
ville by plane today for Tusca- .. _
patterned after a picture of an ( G4 { 4
loosa, Ala. where she will visit island near Yucatan, Mexico. I.
friends and attend the Auburn- : "Netherland Fishermen a Dutch '

Jd1J Alabama football game. She will : scene based on a personal picture

; : return M Sunday'I fo.by plane| i,., .,I.' sent from friends living ,,111'" :
Iro land and'Irish Grandfather, ,
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Butler of ; a :
based the famous paintingof I
Tampa will arrive today to spend j '
the same name.
the Thanksgiving holiday week- I
end with her sister, Mrs. Katherine Mrs. Sorensen has lived in '
j Abels, and family. North Miami Beach for about 9'i It ., a ,
: years. Oscar Sorensen i is now in''I i
. Get Ready NOW Miss Chris Hall arrived home the field of insurance surveying.Mrs. I yr

Sunday from Gulfport, Miss to Sorensen says she no longer I ,
p- WITH I spend Thankskgiving with her has so much excess time on her : A y ,

!! father, Y. E. Hall, and family hands, but still enjoys painting.She _

':; Miss Gretchen Hall will arrive said that there is a greatly 0 .
/ THERMOLAIRE i i Thanksgiving morning from Gulf- increased interest in original f Y r

4 II port to be with the family. The paintings in her area and that Y
JTiSIMLMillhft GAS HEATER sisters will return Monday to resume -i she hopes to spread some of this iT QR.x
[ : ., I studies at Gulf Park. interest to Fernandina Beach 3K
with her paintings. .
I Susan Butler will return home ..
J i You get all the best features, in R
from LaGrange College to spend
y i .
-= .. ,- the Thermolaire of your choice. I| the Thanksgiving holidays with I'' Robison Jewelry Co. ; M ot
i > her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon .
Butler. I YG

AtiTY. Miss Margaret Durshimer of I Robison Jewelry Co. is contributing
ECONOMY J 4 :n Brooksville will spend the to the modernizing of the'' b ..

low ccst plus certified heater your Thermolaire? heater is Thanksgiving holidays with her downtown area with a more attractive I
: brother and his family, Mr. and I store front. t
performance that converts styled like fine furniture with

bit of your gas into body\v every arm -* attractive saddle brown finish to Mrs. Frank Durshimer. plate Already glass installed and aluminum is a new entrance I Dial Your Own Long Distance Calls! =.;,

Friends of Mrs. Harry Vos-
ing comfort. ben with any color ischeme. and the area surroundingthe
bury will be glad to know that display windows is being redecorated -

i .. she is now convalescing at her also.Sheriff DIRECT! : ;
residence at the Ocean View :Motel .
after hospitalization for a recent '
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beautiful enameled cabinet illness at }Humphreys Me Youngblood
\ ; :It's fast . and the her dial and then the
morial Mrs. Vosbury is the In : easy. you enjoy you 1-312"' .jn. :..
Caution n
life-time cast iron burner Urges
permanent J' .
grandmother of D. W ,Roberts. economy of low station-to-station rates dividual number you're calling., If :
aluminized steel flow ,. Check Our
atr- Mrs. Virginia Knight and her Hunting Season Here's all You do: you're dialing a Florida city"with 'the _.r

interior. New Tank daughter Miss Peggy Futch will Sheriff H. J. Youngblood this 1 1. Dial "1" this connects with same area code as Fernandina you do: ..:. ..
spend Thanksgiving in Titusville. week reminds residents of the you not dial the area code. Just dial "1" ...
the automatic dialing equipment. .......
2o&:; hunters who were shr l last t
Plan Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Butler and the number you're' calling. ...
through carelessness, and
Good returned week with recently their from LL spendinga Commander year urged that everyone use extreme 2. Dial the area code of the city you're Jt';$ that simple. Try it. For a list w;
It's lessnY Charles A. Butler and caution now that the huntui: sea calling if it's different from Fernandina's. of many of the cities you Can'dial'direct' V..-

family in Rhode Island. The Gor son is here again.He Chicago's for instance is 312; see the front pages of your telephone- .' :.

Th 0 u don Butlers spent two days in urged that hunters be care Atlanta's 404; New York City's 212. .
Housekeeping New York City on their return ful when carrying a gun. "Don'tload _. directory, :; ,
225-5146 Think i it until yon teach the hunting 3. ,.Dial the number you want. Exam-.. ., ..
trip.Mr. area don't shoot nnh's you -
YULEE, FLA. Gas & Appliance Co. and Mrs. Ed Austin visited know what you are shooting at ;: : if-you're calling Chicago num Southern ip1e ( \ Bell : +
recently with Mr. and Mrs. Mercury and don't point your gun at .' ..
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Kavouklis. Mr. Austin is anything unless you intend tofboot '. ': >>...... .' /t-.z- ..tN.*. r'u '" -" :

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1'a'e Six "News-Leader,Fernandina ll h'F1oriaa "'thurs a ",'November281963Live I should ''give ')'0'11 Price For SPOUTS
M ui --- quired tones. Ducks can't detect

when the game ended. wrong tones until they are well

Oak .Jack Barniak, Butch Williams, r ti Ur '64 Feed Grain TED KESTING within range, but they are wary

N..kr.' Nobles, Beryl Rice, Barry Rice, of any decoy that shines. -
*.(Continued from Page One) Alvarez, Wood, Pikula, Sheffield, If your young beagle runs si Sports Afield.
.. n rk Outlined ent and won't bay hunt it withne
PIU. Hendrix and Ken Forehand were Program Some campers and hunters
'Nobles returned the Live Oak I j the leaders in tackling for the Pi- or more beagles that oper 'urn their garbage when in the

kickoff from his own 10 to the I ]rates during the ball game. I Participation in the feed gray :cely on the trail. It is likel roods Burning, however, causes

Pirate 24. Arnold made a yard I The game completed the schedule %nca program will be necessary aga? hat it will get the Idea after a msightly residue and the result-
ind Randy Price added one before I in 1964 order w hunts in such company. 'ng stench leaves much to be de-
for the Pirates and they fin- + : % c- | jn to be eligible fo : Afield.
Ned Tyson's pass was intercepted 55 Sports sired. It's; far better to bury your
ished with three wins, six price support on 1964-crop cor
I' Season opening is the time tc
Hurst the Fernandina 36. Afield.
b7 on
arbage. Sports
and -
and one tie. Coach Wayne Ben- grain sorghum, Myrtle MWkelsen
Avery made 2, then Kirby ran to : ner loses twelve seniors off his County Office Manage ollect a prime doe or a butter. Grasses, barnacles and so forth
at forkhorn for the Well
the Pirate 15 before the strong ,. I locker.
; squad. I Agricultural Stabilization an- should be. removed from a boat'siottom
'! ito November during the rut,
Pirate defense held and Fernan- Conservation immediately after it
Service remind
s :
22' i when you'll see all the big
dina took their
over on own
farmers. omes out of the water. If you
yard line. Barry Rice, Benny AI- i Weatherford 'acks you didn't believe were
I Judge I Minimum diversion !let the mess dry, it will harden,
tarn, George Sheffield, Butch ) der the acreage un round anymore! Sports end rougher work will be re-
program will be 20 per Vfield.
Williams and Jack Barniak made ; bottom be dam-
food defensive plays during the ,I'i (Continued from Page One) Y ava. |I cent of a farm's total feed grai When touching up your duct wired.in the may
ged Sports
\ Pirate stand. |I base for the two grains. ProduceI 'ecoys be sure to use flat paint. process. ":
I It with which of them Afield.
tions some I I will
signup start February If
is Some
i hingle paint good. ex-
Nobles ran to the Pirate 36 on j had suffered before being brought The improved clinch knot is
with various
j the first play, then Arnold added !i back to good health by Hope doctors 9a' xR :: da a 1964.The tJ :I erimental blending
considered one of the best for
4 piograitt for the two grain
{ 4 yards but Schomas lost 2 and'1 and nurses. The film showed'the z. '
monoflament. Be to make
: will be imjl: io'the 1963 sure
I Nobles gained only one on the miracles which have been ac- pro
light turns around the line before -
gram except: for'these slight modifications bents;
next play and Wood punted to these Americansin
the Live Oak 29. I complished by : i ((4)) Payments to any producerire threading the free end
the donation of their servicesfor C ((1)) The 16p? 'limit on diversioris limited to not more than 20 I through the first loop and then
I Live Oak moved the ball to the the relief of suffering human value' back the
I increased -fiiim 40 to 50 per icrcent of the fair market through long loop. -
Fernandina 30 before losing itI ity.The cent or' 25 >'Scjfes, whichever isgreater )f any acreage involved; and Sports Afield.To .
On downs, but Tyson lost 12 on a 1' program was sponsored by ;' '?.i-.' ((5)) The maximum paymentate clean lead from a pistol bar
pass play and Nobles gained 4' General Dwight D. Eisenhower, ((2)) In '! ',ling diversion and will apply to all the acreage rell, first clean the bore to remove -
before the first half ended with I and is paid for strictly by priv- RUSSELL F. ERICKSON, president of Rayonier Incorporated, is shown during a visit ice-suDp6rt;payments, the aver- liverted where the total diversion all grease and oil. Cork
(Fernandina' in possession on their I ate donations. The only govern- here last week to view the new operation at the local division for handling full length age yield figure's/will be based on ?n the farm IS 40 percent or more one end of the barrel, fill the

own. 22. ment contribution is the loan of trees. The new method permits the delivery of 60 foot pine i logs to the mill here the 4-year j J(1959-62)) average instead of the base.Support barrell with mercury and let it
Fernandina received the secondhalf the Naval Ship Consolation which rather than the usual pulp wood, which is cut to a specific length in the woods of tht/%&ar ((1959-60)) average prices for grains included stay in the barrell for about 30
kickoff with Nobles' was later named "Hope" and eration. Watching with Erickson as logs were pulled from a truck onto op- ; '%:'*": in the 1964 feed grain pro- minutes. Then use a bronze bristle
taking the ball on the 15 and returning which has rendered services on a conveyorwas While"ne{ announced 18 brush. Afield.
Bryan Rauschert, left, resident ((3)) total price supports i gram were July Sports
I 5 to the 20. Schomas, trips to the Far East, prior to its -- manager. for the two grains in 196 1963, as follows: Corn' (per bu.), It's not necessary to troll long
Ii Wood and Nobles lost 3 yards in most recent venture in Peru. are unchanged from 1963 levels, $1.10 loan, 15-cent price-suppor lines for school tuna. The white

three carries and Wood punted to Two Jacksonville doctors will A Lesson. From Man's Best Friend sary 'for' most of us have lost a slightly larger proportion of the payment, $1.25 total support; I water created by the wake of the
the Pirate 45, but a penalty against be aboard the Hope on its next something that is insured or in- supports will be available as loans grain sorghum (per cwt), $1.77 I boat will often attract them to

Live Oak put the ball on I expedition, Dr. Fisher and Dr. surable.! But none of you who:-are I or purchajest\\h corresponding loan, ,,23-cent, payment, $2 total i I within 6 to 10 feet of the stern.
{I the Live Oak 20. Morris. .,.. reading this have lost what Civil :j decreases',ptq price-support pay- support. ;i Sports Afield.
1 The Bulldogs could not move I j! :;Z: I Defense is insuring. Had you lost ,- -- --- -- ------ _.-
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the ball as Williams, Kirby Hendrix I The unit in Nassau County ; it you would be dead or without |
Barry Rice, Beryl Rice and the first to be established' in Flor- ,. a newspaper to read for Civil
Wood made good defensive plays 'ida.: '*.'.;";::4::.":: = -""' ...
.. ..,..:,:. "'" Defense |is insuring you against !
fcnd Hurst punted to Nobles on I Nelson Moyer gave the invocation "W. death and or desolation from at- i Ee
the Pirate I 5) and Nobles returned I and club singing was led by tack by You
I I enemy or by nature..
io the. 10, but a 15 yard penalty I Herb White.Highway. I 7- .. may say "Civil Defense can't !i DOES
against Live Oak moved the ball [I guarantee me that I won't get
Jo the 25. Nobles failed to gain, : Patrol I filled in an enemy attackYou! j ENGINE STUTTER,
Tyson's pass to Pikula was 'I jI
are very right, BUT it will go a I
lomplete, but Live Oak drew long way in that direction, and ji FALTER,

mother 15 yard penalty which Urges WinterizingCar ....'. when you are getting shot at i JERK, MOTOR
the ball on the Fernandina *4:' : ?
: even a bush to hide behind is better I STALL
40. Schomas gained a yard, but N y OR
; L than no protection at all! I
:JFernandina drew a 15 yard pen- For lkI .
Safety 1
tlty at this point and the ball <$t Few of you have had the GETA. 1 1I
i the Pirate 25.Tysonia .I 9a doubtful pleasure of having an TUNE-UP tI
.as moved back to I
: was incomplete, TaMahassee The Florida I I. a enemy shoot at you. If you had II I '
pass I II : ,
Highway Patrol today reminded : .. 3 you would know that you would
Wood | ,
'Nobles lost 5 and punted ... ,,
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;'lo. the Live Oak 38 where George j I: motorists that "winterizing your i' :< "'v"l"j< .. ". .. : give'a million dollars.for the .in I Only
Langford scooted down the side |I car now is an investment that ;"1.z: ; i : .i; ..;i :" : : .' .... ..' : 5it;: surance of a dirty foxhole 'with I '
;lines to the Fernandina '18. Six I will pay off in big dividends" w. .. ; l ,..x <" ':'q.:,. < -7.., . '..t!: t I freezing mud in the bottom that
from during the coming cold weather +}* :t you could jump into! Few of you -
later Brady went over !
.plays LJit
'j it il!: 1S1 *
'the 2 for the touchdown, but the !1 months. ;, ;! :tiNO( e'+ N.abYS.'' I have lived through a full scale

!$xtra. point failed and the score i 1 Here is a list of suggestions to I II I hurricane and seen your home r 66 &
,.tood-13.0. {Abe followed in preparing for the A SMALL' CART ON LAWN MOWER WHEELS enables {I and parts of your family blown r rv

Fernandina scored their only I winter driving: Rex Ketchum to continue daily walks with his master, ,I: or washed away. Civil Defense' :
;touchdown late in the fourth period I[ Get anti-freeze in our Northern Ray Ketchum, in spite of the fact that since November cannot divert the winds. or', ,the : any six

after taking a punt to the' !' areas if you haven't already done 4 the dog has been paralyzed from the waist down. tidal waves but the Civil Defense cylinder car if ii

,Live Oak 30, but a 15 yard penalty : so. Florida weather is unpredic- system that Colonel Preston' has 1 t
moved the ball back to the table. .fr. i 1- set up here can warn you in advance $8 any eight 1 I %

'45. With four minutes remainingin Get a motor tune-up to insure BY LINDA CRAFT can assist you in pre'par-] cylinder car
the ball game, Tyson tossed to against a sudden change in tem- LETTERS TO ing for the blow, and can help'
Nobles for a first down on the perature causing motor stalls. Rex is a member of the Ket- you to survive during and after i s : Parts extra if needed

Bulldog 22, then tossed another Check your battery and brakes, chum family and a dog, in that THE EDITOR the storm. After the storm is.j
to Wood for a first down on the two of the most important items order. He has the brown coat ofa here it is too late to run :out"and | Ii
daschund and looks at you from purchase insurance or. Civil. !
but I
9. Nobles failed in a run, t on your automobile. Nov. 26, 1963 '
Tyson passed to Nobles which Check the muffler and exhaust behind expressive cocker spaniel Editor, News-Leader Defense 1 WE DO ALL THIS.
carried to the one yard line anon d system in general. Insure your- eyes. He is very active, jumps up During our last scare with .
i I the next play Ray Rowe blast, self and family against carbon and down just like a kid. His Dear Sir: Hurricane Flora Colonel l Preston 1 .fit
ed Into the end zone for the score.. monoxide poisoning. owner, E. B. Ketchum says that )j John F. Kennedy is dead. Thoseof arranged with the local radio
Wood's kick was wide and the Check the windshield wipers, he would be hard put to find a'i', us who love justice, peace and station to remain on the air in 1, 0 Clean and adjust Check coil and

score stood, 136. the lighting system, the tires and better pal than Rex. But Rexis I freedom will continue to mourn order that he could keep you i ii condenser I .
spark plugs
Live Oak was on the offensei install and use seatbelts.i different than other dogs. his death.In posted on the location of'the' I
i once more, but had to punt ani I Take this driving tip: Today's Since 12:30 p.m. Monday, November his inaugural address, our i storm, tell you how tQ 'preparefor
I the> Pirates were in possession of f I i inspection is tomorrow's protec 4, he has been paralyzedfrom late president promised that the the blow, and where to go for Clean and 0 Check generator
the ball on the Live Oak 45 I I tion.WHYBUYTWO. the waist down. only reward for being a good shelters he had arranged and I ..'
--- -- He still gets around and takes : American is a "good conscience." provisioned in event the storm I set points : and voltage

walks with his master and Mable Let this good conscience motivated did hit here. To my knowledgethis ;
f .. the cat, thanks to the "cart"made by THE COURAGE OF is the first time the citizensof I Set timing I regulator' .
and designed for him by Mr. and lOUR MORAL CONVICTIONS Nassau County have ever had 1

Mrs. Henry 0. Miller of Sadler be, then, the foundation of our I this protection. Fortunately we I JJU
/ Road. It supports his hips and I way of life if this country is to did not need it, and as result" 0 Adjust carburetor., Check battery. 11 11c

a 7.IWHEN holds his back legs off the ground. survive.And 1. most of us sooh forgot that we I "1:; "",* .' .... ;;;' t, -,. Y -
t Thus with the aid of his large let us pledge to God to do I had been protected. Had a ,whim,
I fore legs, Rex can go almost everything we possibly can to 1 of nature directed the full forceof < ,
every where he pleases on wheels. erase the disease of hate that I "Flora" on this county the

w j ONE With natural concern, Mr. and drove a man to this horrible .deed.. : Civil ,Defense program as set up I
", Mrs. Ketchum have taken Rex Sincerely, I by Colonel Preston would have' 6 ">
to two animal hospitals. Neither Willyne F. Blanchard (Mrs. Al) saved many lives and made enduring -I tl r
i :J. / WILL E i doctor consulted knew what was the storm much easier for I I <
EI I the matter with him. It i is Rt. 1, Box 225 all

thought that he may have a Fernandina Beach, Florida Incidentally I have been ;I ..4 q}
/ : ; slipped disc, but X-rays fail to 22 Nov. 63 shot at by the enemy, and I have
: _\ show any evidence of it and he Editor been through a full scale hurricane

q ;? a does not. respond. medicine. Fernandina Beach News Leader so I know what I am talk-
I Une doctor, said Ketchum, sug- Fernandina Beach, Fla. ing about!
: gested that Rex be taken to the Dear Sir: I do not hesitate to commend

SuburbanDynjTemp Auburn University, School of It was with much regret and Colonel Preston for the outstanding
Veterinary Medicine for exam- alarm that I read Colonel Preston's job he has done as Civil Defense
: ination. Rex will be taken there resignation from his post as Director for Nassau Coun- .1
the latter part of November to Civil Defense Director of Nassau ty. Had he been paid on tie: bas :
see the doctors in hopes that they County. I feel that the people of: is of the hours that he has devoted
will be able to find out what is Nassau County have suffered a to the job rather than receiving ,
wrong and correct it. great loss. a flat monthly pay the I

Combination f' tk ''I' On the afternoon Rex became Up to this point Nassau County cost to the county would be many
Air paralyzed, Ketchum was on the has had Civil Defense. They times what it was. His was a full
I front porch and Rex was on the have had a wonderful insurance time, day and night job with nothing I
Conditionerand back porch. According to his policy. Even though it was at the for overtime. His devotionto

I master Rex let out an "awful taxpayer's expense, this Defense, the citizens of Nassau County

Gas !. yelp as if he were in excruciating this Insurance Policy was createdby was far beyond the call of duty.
pain. Less than a minute later one man Colonel Preston.It Very truly yours,
HeaterIT when Ketchum got to him, he is not difficult to recall the Eber B. Philips W.: L DU, BOSE MASTER MECHANIC IS AN EXPERT IN THE USE OF OUR

I was paralyzed. He could run on sad, and pitiful attempts that MODERN AND EFFICIENT TESTING EQUIPMENT
his front paws, but his two baclr were made at creating a Civil YOUR SOCIAL SECURITYOver

HEATS IT COOLS IT USES GAS legs and tail could not move. Defense unit prior to Colonel the years, social security -
The only other time Rex has Preston's devotion of his entire benefits have been increased by
Features: had any trouble with his back, time to this job. A former Fer- amendments to the law. 1963 is rirttone NEW TREADSAPPLIED

Easy to Initall-In window or wall said Ketchum, was three years nandina Beach City Manager gotas the year in which the maximum
when knocked him far
ago a car as issueing membershipcards benefit of $127 per month will be-
i Power-vented-needl no flue or chimney ; down. But, according to Ket- but he could not even sue come payable to workers 68 yearsof WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE
chum, he suffered permanent ceed in than hand-
Automatic-Both heating end cooling ore thermostatically no I getting more a age or older who have had
I injuriesfrom the mishap. No car full of city and county official earnings of $4800 or more in I Narrow or Wide Design,

controlled could have hit him this time to attend his meetings, much less every year since 1958, and $4200or Tubeless orTube- e 4 for

Economical-costs less to buy, Install and operate than though, because he couldn't get the public. more in earlier years. .
out of the fenced-in Ketchum
Commander Becton, USCG
separate heating end cooling units
.- yard. made a valient effort in his postas Our ftev neat, identified by Medallion and shop mark are
Safe-burns no room alt Rex is a patient. dog and Civil Defense Director, and Smokey Says -., GUARANTEED 4 9
probably .bemoans' his handicapless made the first real insetting 1. Inlut fcfeeti workiBMiUp a>4 mUrtata daring lift ef trcti 49
.. Clean .. Quiet... Push Button Controls progress : ilt{ As eat Mnul m4 tarns* (except reptinU puetom) cacou*
",..".... than a human would, except up a system and equip. ONE CARELESS ACT HERE .t.m4..trenrdir pttten*a car CM for It BMiUu.
MtlO tilt li1S(,eiyil tlad' BepUcaubte! fronted M trail war ui bison Ut> yric tartest
n :
when he wants to follow the trail .
: [Electrical Rating-115V.-12 amps-8500 BTU ment, but faced with public and at tint of adjoctaeat.

,.... .... 208V.h amps-9400 BTU of 'something down steps, up high official disinterest and lack of *
Plus tax and 4 trade
.., ... he I _. -ln fires'
.r curbs, er under a house. Then cooperation, short funds, and the ,
230Y.-7J4 amps-9400 BTU just stops and waits for his mas- necessity of making a living at ,, .
... .. Gas Rating-20,000 BTU input for natural and IP-gases ter to disentangle him. Perhapshis another job he was not able to FREE CAR SAFE?? ,O'HEC.Kl '

visit to.the doctors at Auburn create a program that could be II I
will reveal the answer to called a success. No one has I I
.... SEE IT TODAY AT OUR SHOWROOM Rex's malady. Until, then, he will ever been able to divine just why,

lead a somewhat .extraordinary but the position of Civil Defense I
"dog's life." Director was then given to a man t

SUBURBAN who was a full time railroad employee Timfone BEACH SUPPLY
PROPANE CARP) OF THANKS and holder of another pub-
We wish to express our deep j lie office. To my knowledge the I I

GAS SERVICE appreciation for the many kind only thing he accomplished was
expressions of sympathy in our I to resign: from the post.
GAS SERVICE recent bereavement. Civil Defense is an insurance x 118 Atlantic Avenue Phone 2614482"f

7 S. 7th St. Ph. 261.3661 ANYWHERE The Family of policy.. No one wants to. buy in-,
J, W tiers I mince but we know it is cecej- I'rcrcat' B c Ftl ot

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part'In.any hi4Jm.games! 'we Llve have'Oaktwo1 take: Shaves Laniuns !r. Hi ,Pirates -- :- I I News-Leader: Fernandina Beach,.Florida; -: Thursday.t November 2.8, QG3 Page, Seven

' the Keystone' ''' Conference Football / foil 20-7'- Wit :

5 (Jrj Sl 1 fit# Crown last year. '. \Win la !Gilf Assiciation Tort.Lannon' Captain) i i, Buddy Theobald, A. H. .Hardee, Harry
turkey ) '
l' : *r-. *." Ver Sf. MarysThe I I fiurgels, Newt Robe its, LouisNoIan. Sanfmfn,

: Now that foetfaai! season is I >Bob TaTteo, Captain fete 1

BY CURT/ GOHDOR I I:over basketball oar ,f l ulllta.jcjnu* will Coach.. turn Hob te:!Goff Tournbment I" "eated Junior the St. High Marys Pirates Jturrican de-s ,' N IM f f s f anis For '!;1 Webber L u, Shave John, Dozier Captain::: t Jerome James* !., 1 fram, Lester Durham, fan Dif%

Stover for the next three Booths, Thursday night in an exciting 2rf- *E Spence. Yil
j I itey' HaM
The. Fernandina Beach Pirates victories. The loss. left the Pir-'I'. who hopes to bring the Pirate i j Mr. and Mrs; L C. Shave won 7 contest lest Bnll iI l Tourney j Ray Caldwell, Captain, CScil ,,]il amilton SL,%Walter Preston Captain, H. ife:
t .n,'rr:ted their football schedule!!ales: with six for the season, tfereogh an undefeated campaign. low gross honors in the Turkey Lee Godwin scored the three i Loptem, Bill Miller, Exteeh Cor- .tjtfM.
i j. .
I Friday night when (the Live winning Three and playing P. K. The first fane of the 198344 I'Gotf;' Tournament at the Fer&an .ouchiowns, and Terry Rowe .I. Cecil f bet I .
t, :{ Bulldogs edged the Pirates j. ; alma Beach Golf Course Loptien and Rudy York i
Yon'se to a 6-6 tie. slate is scheduled! for Friday Sunday wade the extra points. ': of the : Harry Poole, captaIn, fint "Eyen ex-President Hoover
committee set
1o. We thought our team playeJ tl night, Dee. 6, oa the local floor and were awarded two turkeys: fujtheir Fans tourney of UieFernandina Pearson :
reported that the team!\ Beach. Golf Association. Ervin William, James i a bad CAimple. When{ !.? was pre
a good game by holding the! I 1 efforts. :
Butch Williams, 220 pound gainst Baker Coymy of tae I Bayed first Danman. ident
; a rate game and I 1 : announced this week : 1 he gave all his salary back
' ; > Live Oak boys to just a i f Senior Pirate tackle, ended his Henny. Coach Stover has' faur i i I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lannon weirmad 3oach Pi diBiski really deserve : another o the that ; John Scarboro, Captain, Arth'fi .:.to the goternaientow tleti'vi
.nt loss. : popular !
7 Live Oak has lost I It season with his best effort. Butch home and two the I ;low net and also
games on received twc our praise for gifting the boys is scheduled for Dec. Smith, Chuck Howard Mike Fiala. |got us all doing it,"
ovo games this season afterr : led the team with 13 tackles ''Doioie cue Chu. ;i turkeys. 7 ._
unthe -iittS Holidays.: .eady. I i at the local links Glyn Waas, Captain, Gus t.o w. : ----
.n.? un 19 straight football I( his best defensive game of 17 Second !JAW net was won by Dr Teams Kave teen enstein, John Pozega David Nii ss.. .
-- (season. Chip Wood, !fro do-every- Ray Howe scored the touchdown 1! and Mrs. George Earkct with ont: named and |1,! baum. I
j jI thing for the Pirates! racked up in the Live Oak game and I I turkey as their prize. 1963-/64 S h 'd l lPirl1f tnfc sarn'as competitionifl the. l last be run the'I j Bill Melton Captain, Don. Roberts r> |
on '
I jI fen tackles Barry Rice came we bel'eve that WAS the first of Mr. and Mrs Harry Poole and w"hich tourney August ', Robert Ramsey, Harry i ii
: 10,
attracted ,
through with 8 and Beryl Rice 6, 72 IJ ar- I
the season for Rowe although he i Taylor.
Mr. aad Bob ,
OUTBOARD Young tied f* t D sk tbll : ticipants. I
,I| to name the top leaders in tackles :|' has helped get the ball c.ose to I third law 'net and each eo.:.')}ia i f I Ij Ed Jones, Captain, Ben Shave, I .
during the game. the goal all!) season. : received j' Each team will have a captair, Farce Entzminger Geo. Davis.Y. / .

BSURAttft 1; E I I I V # -tr. T r The tojrney a turkey.was a mixed trro1 December 3 OPEN i,:!who other will play from scratch. TLre't E. Hall Captain, Steve

Lee Godwin, future Fernandina I The Spud Chandler: Baseba 1 ball! event sponsored by the Feri December 6 Baker County : fonrsbme golfers will make up the '[ Spence, Bob Breslin, D'anvin
halfback: led the Junior High I School at lv est f'ale.l'h wal 1 i r.aadina! Beach Golf Association: Home ; with' each' receiving a I Smith. .
I team to a 20.7 victory over St. another sesa'cn! Dace .I December 10 .- Green Cove' handicap. __ :: Joe Scarboro, Captain John .
; open on m-i! An added event of the tourney I 'I' U A" ,
4 % i''Marys i last Thursday night. Godwin -bar:, lu through] Dec. _t Any of'I was a 36-bple. pitting competition ; Springs Home I,I player will receive I I Guest, E. V. Garcia, Ed lioP i er. I
,.scored all three' touchdowns'while : you youngsters h-vr.p a desire with Rpdy York and Ray J :D ib nber 13 Hilli rd:t Away '! strokes"B' on' holes 2, 5, 8 and 11 i C. R. Bennett, Captain, Paul
'' Terry Rowe made 2 extra to get into bas br.il! sight try a'. Caldwell ending with idenbcal! ': Doeember 14 Lake Butler _I i ; Iaf ers will get their liomau, Bill! Green, John 'IJooper.

For Better Risks i points. The game closed out the I school first to Ae if :;ou havt'I 65 !scores. A turkey op: was also they I, HArae ), |I strokes 18. on.holes 1, 3, 7, 10, 15 and I Bob Young, Captain; Al Bodine,
season for Coach Jchn Piecboein- I the abili{;'. If you .ere signed 1 b prize for this; event I( ]December 17 -:. Dfan- ---.0-!!!P -Part_U' _!I "C" Dan Daugherty, Bill Ro al. .
ski I Home i,.. .Ala ens strokes will come
and Coach Sandy DsSandroand i
the Junior High team. :reimbursed.come team, all expenses wlfl beii I' j I.December 20 Yulee Away I'!,on h o les ,4, ,.3C; i2-,:j1,.14, 16 and j, hand Tom Shave Miller, Captain, Ken .Fore-
John T Ferrcira Al Gordon B iierFred
a aWe Jti H. Ycmng Wins ,(January... 7 Christmas TournaI 17. Osteen Captain{ Carl* -
C e I <- .... ;I II Entry fee's''$1.00 and prizes .-. --
ett. : .
& Son don't krfow if it was play- j i Florida and: Florida Sate Viii;P! I I hill i iI be awarded Swanson; R. E. Phinney, Je7 dt..
In* ,Fflj-nandina,1; with Coa Saturday afternoon in the Hnndict'ip ... t cam S. -:,." 41a1wcyn4eheE. ',:,'srs ff*
508 Atlantic } Banner ,coming into town' season's fiul'for etch Tcaa and I tourney I Jangary Away 14 Baker County. : Th'e" teams, .made' all of men I IiJ Jesse Tiner,. Captain, Boh Ask- ,, saves wtar' and tea 01IN :
[or tfhat, hut Live Oak had, the on Sdtardaynight in Jac: ;.scnvjlle l 'fS' of ins, Dr. Brewton boll! "
261-537H ,
'i ''Jaiaitr/ the Golf Association Hugh 'Stone.
Phone 17 are I
Belle Home'Jan..ry
I !largest crowd oqt for the gaet I if I
the Florida A&I team! with its Of' Go Ass ciati a3 a'd '
'"-'" 1 : n ; Dave Smith, Frank
-Orange Captain,
last Friday i that ,Park Ri 4.
night has at- ;
fast-cppiJ1f ban},,,will be In the -f .
__ __ ( Away. ;: Et n, 'Captam'i Ace Rey- I Lambright, Charles Tomlinson,
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.. Gator Eo\vl .'* Cecil Lop en and Rudy Yerk January 21 Hilliard Y .- fjomeJJHJffary i I 1 1oJ4 Brown. Ton Tilman i Emerson Fizer. 1FLORIDA'S
1 vt the 28 Green i Sam'. Mf raw, Captl1n! D. f Jack Vann
Beach Golf Cove 1 W'I Captain, Bill Childs,
: We see where the people of I soeiation Springs ,| aa&ci" i ill ,naiucc, iiuim' Schultz. f John
Will The" Monarch announced this weekjtb Away :. i Gregory, Chuck Flenniken.j OL FFST
Jacksonville Bah are startingdrives I it play! has been completed i in January 31 Yule .Home II j Ruin l Yeft. jCaftain, Art Reni ; Edison Casey, Captain, B, J. AND MGST HISTORIC
in an effort to raise money j i the 54-hote. handicap tourney. I Fdbreary 7 Starke Away i!{ihrt E, J. McElhenriey, Dr. BillRodeffer Sloan, John Baxter, Ben Clarke. ,
> Gl'( Iean Attpp A f ; to send the Fletcher Band .to thtWorld's ] \Vianer of lew net honors is R. &rnary. 10 Lake Butler _[I1 ,.,: 1 ; j Dr. Geo. Barker, Captain Jim
Carp W! 1 Fair n: New York next H. Young with 20S. He received Away 1 t|I'' Ceo; Tysbh; Captain' Ed Boner, Clark, D. C. Land, John Barni k. i
I year. You know, our fine band 1 ten golf balls for his efforts. Febr&ary 14.15 Keystone Con Ray Undress; t b.) D' L_;nch, Jr. A. S. Allan III, Captain, Del
nas been invited and we haven'tmade : j' --- .
Second was Archie Hardee with feiwace Tournament --- -- -
The 4fl Day Torture Testy an effort to sae if we can : 214 five Fd '18 I
+ for golf! balls and third >ruary Bolle A dy
get then up ,there. They deservefe was John Scarboro for two golf t .Feb'ry 21 OPEN
{ tile are -we willing to workto bald. Febttary 24 OPEN. .

The Mondreit-Carp&i: Oh DisplayAt rae the money? 'f The handicap affair was by .i 7ltede Cft t iJde araze

Downtown Will i I medal play. I
Gulf Be Taken I Classifieds Pay Off I City

Up end Cleaned After .40 Days of I !
ClassicBcwling .
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Wear andrear, Conditions'Which{ Dml1ng Letig .

Would Nfcrer Exist l In A Lifetime i I/SEE lit R. League
of Normal Use. ii i P INGRAM"wiw I Week of 11-20

1 r I Week of 11.21 I Team Standings W L Pins
See The Results AfterTli&nksgiving !
f FOR Total I ;:: Morris & Payne Body SJiop '1'I FOOTBALLDouble
Real Estate Xpam Standings W L !I 28 16 305JO .

i i !'Weekend :t Life Insurance 'N9. 3 19 5 sBedeh i! Bar 25'i 181% 8bodNo. t Lined Pebble I) Top -
No. 2- 13 11 11001 4 23 2l 303.ll) Grained Cowhide {
I Retirement Income No.4.- 8 16 11124 !K.A.C. 20% 23% 307G4Hadden
ON DISPLAY NOW-AT i I Health & Accident No.1". 8 16 9C91 i Lanes 19 25 305 fo

Hiftpitalizatioa | -. High' Team, 3-Games Becker's Drugs! 1G. 28 274ofe Only $5.85
DOWNTOWN GULF STATION t i No.2': 1510 I High Team, 3-Games i .
Major Medical | No. 4 1406 Becker's Drugs 2875 '... ... 3EC 1'oice )
Disability! Monthly Income I 1\0..3 1378 .JC.A.C. 2795
PORTER & lOVE[ UlST |! Ittgfr Ind: 3CsrnesCecil ; Breach Bar I' 279-1 ,

I L.. L. BOHAHNON > Hods 598 High Ind. 3.-bames '. SCHOLASTIC C .
; 1 '.oser Hadden 586 Larry Flint .( r ,
COLOR I iql '
I Billy Joyce 477 'Johnnie Williamson 6.tO ; BASkETBALL +'

STREETAmp. : POINTS .. -r. ?J. njjj.YO; r-iJ' 'l52: .1\, .. j'I I 'Hfofcjfrmjwnc: ., .5ta".v. Bnbnr.on- .. '._,.. 61 I ;
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No.2' 59C .
: t. : 5S81)No. )Roger: Hadden Nylon Cord Caress OFFIClAi : S
.. .. ;;.... : I 3 496 High! ,,Team' Game .
I No. 4 4SG Becker's Drugs 1036 'J
I ,
High, Ind. Game No. 4 971 Only $5.69 :
: Cecil Ho3H 231. K.A.C. !069 .
r Roger Ha'dden 212 I., High! Ind.' Game -:- ,1i
: Sja !fey. Bohannon t '..184 Larry Flint ,,;. ?"3J .; '
: High Scratch BoIprs Johnnie, Williamson 235 .. } ;
\ OF FLORIDA'S ROVJt i Cecil' H cge.! . 98-231 I.I.i I John Beckett 233 .. ": ,

Roger Hidden I '5S&-212 Stanley. Bohann6n :, r 232. iSKETBALL({ AND G ALsfi.J
EM1' .i High Average Bowlers I Hih AeraVe DcwlerfeHaflden '
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Rofer .Had; n 183i ,I J\o J' f 5 ,. -
I i Borfannon' Rubber Basketball l and
i Cecil Hodge 176 Stanley 188
Furnished These Merchants and Business ...
Directory By MenGsergo's 1! Larry Flint 171 John Beckett 171

''Klaber Sjddmore! -?, ,. 169 Kjeber ,SMdmore 173Cecil Steel Goal Hoop With

; : : SubrknProp \ .. fialing!\ as of 11-21 Hodg? .. }J73: Rugged Netchil'y
FLORIDA'S ( I Teams ... ? .. Johnnie Williamson 172
# i High Scratch Triple .> Standings of 1 f.-Y 20 -

Machine FIRST ; Gas Co ti o. 2 1537 i, Teams -
GOLF COURSEN. ifflf/// : !i, No. 3 15"8 Scratch single

ALL rltivliua13 ; :. i, Beach Bar ',.. 882
2 FRONT ST. aJffbR t: "
EXCELLENT NEEDS IN High scratch f triple HDCP Single! '

Machine Work 18HOLELltfKS r LP GA,: ANn, Roger Hadden 635 No. 4 103(5B&tar's (
GAS APPLIANCES7.5ourli7thSr. I Irry Hint G24 Drugs 1036 $ 99 ..
Welding Brazing 3
High Scratch. :Single Individuals.
Marine $o." 2 587 Hjffh average scratch: '
Repairs : .
.. 1 I
; Phone ,ail.T661 No. 4. 541 Roger Hadden 185] "

Special Servicetfo' T I D', r l : ; i, High scratch Dingle |High .scratch' single :

- Shrimp Work Guaranteed TrawlersAll 1;, T'. H". Kit. ::'Buddy Kleber, .Poland Skidmore 232 233 Cecil 'Hodge EfckHt' !X44iottn 2S .. DAISYSPITTING

\Ve need sponsors for the bowling Donald Anderson,, 2l8
Open 8 a.ra. to 5 p.m. PKOTQ SHOP HOBBY HORSE
at JETTIES teams. Anyone interested ) High HDCP single IHAGE
Monday Thru Saflirdafr Add 3d Minutes ForFera&ndmt Roll! faoce&in,. please contact H. B. Ellis, Jr.I Carl Green 263' i i
Phone Day 2C1J711 \ 'Hat hrir Developing & Printing Phone 261.5295.. Buddy Grider 254 Molded Plastic Body HOLSTER SET
Night 281-5333 .
joda% Film Trophy Tournament Nathan Pope. 253
I Real Palomino.Col
HIGH LOW Photo SuppliesMovieColored Stella Doland .577 Scratch triple. r Twin Gun and Holder(
Velma Hodge 551 KAC. 2595
BE F1 WISE.I I Friday, No 29 & RegularWeddings i Henry Ellis: 609 HDCP triple_ :. > '" Non-Tip Steel. Frame White Trim On The

6:21 a.m. 1 12:14 i Jimmy Vinning 575 Morris & Payne .. ._ 2971
a.m. Portraita by Appointment Only High average ItDCP $8.88 holster
6:49 p.m. 12:49: E3423 j
"Porcelainize"LASTS p.m. I
At 504 Ash St. Stanley Bohannon 194

Saturday, Nov. 30 Phone 261-4586 Top Rated Drivers I High Scrltch Triple ? Only $1.66
:3 OR 4 :TIMES 7:15 a'.m. -. | Stanley Bohannon 640 ,
1QG: a.m..
Roger Hadden 627Larry 4-
LONGER TitAN 7:41 p.m.. 1:42: p.m. Rowland's> r I in lox Stock Car I I Flint .. 589
Sunday, Dec. 1 UPHOLSTERY l High HDCP triple F1327 '- ,
Races December 1I 1 I James Lynn 689 -
LASSERRE MOTOR 3:07: a.m. 1:57: a.m. DO YOU NEED I :J.Howard Wilson] 681 '

CO. 8:33: F.p.m.. 2:36: p.m XEW t COVFRtYOI TO rorR1URMTURE 03 nEPAIB I Young Richard Petty and for- II I I| Gilbert Hadden 678 RIFLE & BAYONLT '- o Roller Skates

I Grand National i Walnut Finish Wood Stock
Monday}, Dec 2 mer champioNed n
S. 8th St. Ph. 26WS19
OR strong punch. The younger
Jarrett officially the Ball
8:59: a.m. 2'.49 a.m. concs is Steel Barrel Bearing
NEWFsear fast growing field for the Jax Petty a veteran dirt track tlliie '.
9:25 p.m. 3:29 pjn. ALTO 20!$ stock car race at the Jacksonville driver but has never competed ;p' : ," Rubber Cusbidned
J FREE ESTIMATES on a high-banked asphalt layout Adjustable Web Sling -
Speedway, Sunday, December
Going; Fishing? Tuesday, Dec. 3. We Pick Up and Driver LPetty Jarrett, the point champion in Operating Bolt Leather Ankle

D:51: a.m. 3:41: a.m. .. j of Bandejman, N, Cij i 1961, and one 'of the best dirt Action Straps
Visit Us For 10:18 p.m. 4:22: {p.m. Pcrfer & Lovequist! and Jarrett, of Newton, N. C., J> track drivers in the cbuntfy wilt 3E1106
Complete Line OfFishing H t brought; the total lit cf 10. | be at the wheel of a 1963 Ford. '
\ General Contractors entry j inly I
: $2.68
Tackle Wednesday, Dec.. 4 Many..others are expected before The hard-driving Jarrett captnrI -
-e Rods! .ft Reels 1033:: a.m. 4:34 a.m. SPECIALTIES ...:.' rate, time. ( I j j jed! third spot in the 1963 Nation- : Only $3.29
standings this
WOODWORKING jal point year.
11:1 ; 5:17 i Action gets underway with''
P1IL' :
Outdlor.Cam inr ; _.. p.m. PLASTIC SURFAQNG practice and time trials at 12:00 r Others who have already, sighed

EquipmentFIRESTONE. .' j Thursday, Dec. ;:4 CUSTOM KITCHEN BUIIT.CABL\ETS AXD neon The big 200-lag, or 100-mile e entry blanks include Worth I ;
11:38 a.nu 5:9(0: (' a.m. REilODELINGComplete BATH event gets started" promptly itowdpasing t 1 McMillan, of Amelia 1 Va., in a .
I 3: .P.JRs ,i 1962 Pontiac; Doug Cooper,, of 'USEWESERM
p.m Showroom i -- ? XT h i !'-
Cf Gas's n'g'f ., in i 1962 I
BEACH SUPPLY For Color Junior Johnson : a P on-
Courtesrfu'rwy and his red-hot 1963 Chevrolet : tine; Curtis Crider, of Charles
112 Atlantic Are 2M432. ..A- eo. & tic Phone 261-3068 were the first to enter the J ax 'ton, S. C., in a 1963 Mercury; I AUTO'SHandi
I'I..SOOfjeld. ., Jack. Anderson of Pea'risburg I r.h o
, j j' Johnson, of Ronda, N. C, Sign-j I Va., in a 1963 Ford, and"GrahanH Charge Budget
ed his entry blank just e I Shaw of Columbia, S. C., in a j Plan or ASSOCIATE. STORE
FUN IN THE i[ scoring his biggest victory of the I l: 1962 Mercury
SUN ., I Convenient
1 Lay-Away
the i
year National 400 in Char.I Tickets are on sale at the
lotte, N. C. The Johnson,Chevro-t'Jacksonville: SpeedWay. Ducats S. 3th Street Phone 261-3233
AT f
let is prepared 07 Ray Fox, who j are $5 for reserve seats, $4 for This Christmas
BOATING j operates: a speed shop in Daytona general admission and $3 for students Home Owned and Operated
SWIMMING i Beach, Fla.Petty's and servicemen. Fans

GOLFING AND JUST PLAIN younger brother, Maurice call the Speedway or write to may M. S. Sth St. Walter D. Smith, OwnerJ.

... ..... ., -. .... "LIVIN' to has also joined the field, L Vaughn, 2351 tjulfl Ave.., .
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giving the 1963 Plymouth team a Jacksonville, FI a. ; i"" v. fJ .j .
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Page Eight News-Leader,Fernandina Beach,Florida Thursday,November 28, 1963 far cry from the wild turkeys I!ed. Rinse bird in cold water and Turkeys may also be covered in LOGRainmaker Teri-0, J. Owens, Hollywood, i
roasted for early Thanksgiving. pat dry. Stuff just before roasting aluminum foil place on rack in Fla., 32 feet
Its greater tenderness has come i Allow 3/4 to 1 cup stuffing shallow pan, and baked. Another Palaso II, David E. Huggins,
able, some are even instant. Consider I about through breeding researchand i per pound ready-to-cook weight popular method of cooking i is"lo Btott iry Htrfetr;, Maine, 42 feet.
r the traditional from research-developed processing Place turkey breast down in deep place the greased bird in a brown Pttlaris, E. Dsghenhatly, Cafe
ing serving of both TbanksgiV-1 refinements. Small families .I bowl Rub cavity with salt. Spoon paper bag, the kind you buy /J" $arfcw Vat, 60 feet
toes and swet that can buy the meaty but small I stuffing into body cavity. Shake I groceries in, tie the end of the ,Male, George, Washington,
tato flakes "Beltsville White" turkeys, bred :bird to settle Dressing. Do not bag and place bird on rack in North Carolina, 31 feet.
I wide use for mashed potatoes resulted especially to meet consumer i pack it Place skewers across shallow pan to make. Care shouldbe I Scud, J. R. Knoerle, Annapolis,
,' .from Now a USDAdevelopedprocess. sweetpota- needs. i opening and lace shut with cord. taken with this method to J -- -.--;.. I Md., 30 feet
comes '
Tie drumsticks securely to tail. keep the temperature 325 degreesor
I toes in flake form, based on the Apple juice appetizers made Lady Julia, Paul Ceopplo, New
II III I from superconeentrate are likely II Grease skin thoroughly with fat below, so that the bag will --' '- :-
and just getting Haven, Conn., 46 feet.
ry' er 4 same process I
I I Thanksgiving dinner items for I Place on rack in shallow pan. not burn. Any of the three me-
started on the retail level in a I'I next year. Already market tested I Start the roasting with bird thods should give you a well Hugo Sptagne, Tamba V, J. M. Buzby, Glibe
I few areas. :breast down. If bird is too heavy cooked turkey. For the time, allowed Sayville, New York, 40 feet. I Point, Va., 36 feet. --
I I in the Midwest the \
I The USDA recently turned superconeen to handle and turn place breast for roasting, follow the Bokado II, R. S. Cummys, St Ripper, Dr. Inn Surssrsan,
pure pumpkin puree into pump-:'I trate reconstructs to a fresh. I I Thomas, Virgin Islands, 41 feet Stone Harbor, N. J., 35 feet-
and leave in this position I chart.
kin powder with the same kind of i flavored juice with the additionof i I up Taylor Mabin, G. M. Taylor, Patti, R. H. MacKinney, Highland .
make the roasting. Lay fat- Oven Cooking
used to throughout .
equipment potato I water. Farther in the future is Weight Temperature time Edgewah, Ir.d., 38 feet Park, N. J., 43 feet .-'
flakes. The powder is a likely instant tomato juice made from I I moistened cheese cloth' large 4 to 8 32S deg. 3 to I Tiki Roma, Kitty Robinson, i Rommel, P. Watkins, South
I candidate for future use in restaurant -i powder, on which research is still enough to frape down the sides, 8 to 12 323 deg. 4 to 4>* I Hayestown, Md., 40 feet I Hill, Va., 58
I and bakery pies and a i going on.Turkey. over top of the turkey. When 12 to 16 32S deg. 4h to 5 Miss Virginia, W. J. Clark, Sea Queen; G. P. Harry Jacksonville
IS to 20 323 deg 5h to 7
good bet for retail pumpkin pie is the traditional meat turkey is started breast down, 20 to 24 325 deg. 7 to 8Vj Alexandria, Va., 37 feet Fla" 16 feet ,
I I mixes. i; dish for Thanksgiving. Young turn breast up for last hour of I Matador, N. Morris, Stevens- Roxer II, \V. B. Drolet, Detroit,
The grand old bird itself is a turkeys of any size may be roast- roasting time. Patronize Our Advertisers yule, Md., 35 feet. :Mich., 41 feet

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MISS JUDY I\EARfi1second: (( from leftI) is 'shown- as she I

danced the "can-can" in the "Olio act" of the old melodrama AVAILABLE NOW "

"Under The Gaslight", presented by the speech ': ,
department of Valdosta State College last week. Judy,
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hear, graduated from ... 1

Fe'rnandina Beach High School this year and is a fresh. -/n

man at Valdosta, majoring in Psychology. She is active
in campus and sorority activities and is secretary to her. '''a Il s -

.pledge. .. class in Alpha Xi Delta .

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r Mrs.Home Mary Demonstration N. Harrison AgentThanksgiving I 2 t 1 Ch r g .stmas '

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day is here again, I nectieut town when a cargo of Carol
ahd] with it come' many .thoughts molasses failed to appear in time
and plans. Thanksgiving Da? for pumpkin pie making. Thanks-
fpastltig: in colonial times was giving that year was delayed, "
subject to the luck of the year's waiting for the molasses. ,
farming, the current mood of the Such a hitch could never de- I I '
local Indians, and shipments velop in modern ThanksgivingDay Albu1n ,
from aboard. Imagine the frus plans. Today's foods are not

tration. of the citizens in one Con only I abundant and readily avail- \J ;/ ].


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.: J- News-Eea'der,Fernandina Beach,Florida Th'ursBay,November> 28, 1963 Page Nine ,

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t I face of stamp. Duck hunters::\
Ideal for garden or pasture. -' "
WANT AD RATES Good location for horses. Ph. HELP WANTEDSERVICE t. also be required to observe-the

261-5668 after 7 p.m. N28p .J I boating safety laws when jafjoffi
,,05 per word .75 minimum STATION attendant P'p u According to Aldrich, t&eTwuc

Card of Thanks, Resolution BUILDING IN YULEE on Apply in person at 202 S. 8th The Little Bird Sez: hunter will study the hunting
large lot fronting on State : t before :3fiI2:
..' and Similar Notice St. tfc regulations going
Road 200. 200 x 300 lot road While the duty of enforcing*.the
13 per word $1.00 minimum J Jrr'

Cal 261.3686 or 261.3687 frontage.span 40 ceiling.x 60' Two with doors 14'clear ,' WAITESS person ,at 21 Blue or over.Seas Apply Restaurant in It will be many a.day before a i 1WL I the waterfowl responsibility hunting of regulationrtS the ;.wiQIHfi

or place ad at office 12 x 13', Wired for three phase, N27c I ; "tall tale" from Texas comes :. ,: $ officers of the Game and- FreshWater

511 Ash Street 220 volts. Can be financed.! Fish Commission a'b
Phone 225-5386. N28p: out big i enough to top their )1 agents of the U. S. FisLInd

I I PUBLIC NOTICE Wildlife Service, the responsibly
;;- ,ILY I- most recent one. ity of observing these regSJTJjJ2}
breakfast nook
: dining room,I FOURTH JUDICIAL: CIRCUIT, IN j is the obligation of the hunter.
large family room, cedar lined: _
double IDA. 1 Sportsmen may obtain ,a:: opjf
storage room, large gar. I
PIXIE DOLLS with real hair, and LV CHANCERY.NO. .
Bother novelties. Handmade. Call age, covered patio. Lot 136 x 194.: 2735SLIDSTATE i Jof complete hunting rules..and

'GI-5421 or come to house atJive 1803 Beech St. Phone 261-4167.. Florida HOMES,, INC., a :: :... '. ,l I i regulations on native game- animals -

Points next to Gulf Sta. tfc Corporation Plaintiff, I and birds as well as .migfil:

Jtion. tfc : vs. I'tory birds and waterfowl and a

CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES regis I Good terms. One quarter mile !. NOTICE OF SUIT Defendant handy guide to waterfowl -identification

3ered. Call 26M341 or 261-' South of Five Points' on Amelia THE STATE OF FLORIDATO sl't I upon request to the Com
e6186. tfc' Rd. Call 261-5421 tic: : Clarence W. Cheavers \ ;a, mission's office at Tallaha ..&,9.r
Residence unknown < any of the regional offices located
You are hereby notified that a suit I
PtIR COAT full length musk. : has been filed against you in the at Panama City, Lake City,
j-at. Muff to match. 4 years old.: FOR_ RENT above entitled cause; and that you Ocala, Lakeland and West_ .ajm*

JIade by Canadian Fur Co. Ph. i are hereby vith..the required Clerk of to this file Court your arid answer I Beach. .

361-3711. tic i NICE THREE BEDROOM unfurnished to serve a copy thereof upon the'plain [
tiff or plaintiffs attorney whose name
;$D FORD RANCH WAGON -i home at Five Points. and, address is; :'; "Stolen Hours",. a technicolor drama starring Susan Hayward Try A Classified;
.. Call 261-5421. tie I George A. Stelogeannis will be shown at the Han Theatre December
V-8, automatic, radio, heater,i 830 Lynch Building Sunday,

bower brakes and steering. $450.:; : FOUR ROOM unfurnished i Jacksonville 2. Floridanot 1, only. ,
later than December 9th, A. D.
Ifh. 2615878. tie ment at beach. $55 year roundd.Call 1963.If.
you fall to do so, decree pro con. Cooper's Laundry
LAPC LADIES coats, hand. 261.4602. tic fesso v ill be entered against you for Duck Coot Goose Season Now I
"made' quilts, table and chairs the relief demanded at the Complaint. Open .
FOR SALE OR RENT One 3.. The nature of said suit being for
:reasonable. Ph. 2G1-5804. N27c foreclosure of mortgage encumberingthe Coin-Operated .
bedroom, asbestos shingle, unfurnished following described property sit :
With Allowed Thru
LARGE, THREE BEDROOM home. Nice lot, ex,. uate Begin in Nassau in the County.Southwest Florida corner to-wit of ; PUBLIC NOTICE ,: X.4,; NOW YOU KNOW Hunting January I LnunryanDr.

jliouse, chain link, fence. $1,000 cellent possibilities, conveniently I Lot No. 3. thence go North 100 feet There are about 270 miles of Cleaning
:gown, payments $50 mouth located to business school, to a point thence East 100 feet to LV JUDICIAL THE CIRCUIT CIRCUIT COURT, IV AND FOURTH FOR bookshelves in the Library of. TALLAHASSEE Florida's Florida ducks, singly or in the I .

..Will trade equity for tally church. Excellent' buy reasonable -'I point a point; thence thence West South 100 100 feet feet to ,Pointof to a NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA. t' Congress on Washington's Capitol -; waterfowl hunters will be afieldat aggregate; or two wood ducks, i Mrs. Doris Howard; '

view car. Ph. 2615746. N27c rent. For details phone Beginning 'with right of ingress IV-CHANCERY CASE NO.SAVINGS Hill Puerto Rico became 12:00: noon,. Wednesday November or one hooded merganser. Pos- ,
> & 2614109. tfc tion and egress.of Lot No.The 3 above, owned being by Walter a por AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, a corporation -. the first commonwealth of the 27, for opening day of the session limits may not include Manager "
Herring and recorded in Deed United States on July 25, 1952. 1963 duck, goose and coot sea. more than four black ducks, mal 14th & Beech Streets I II
location. Shiell's Grocery, ONE BEDROOM and two bed. Book 58 Page 243, public recordsof Plaintiff, son. lards or Florida ducks, singly or

211--Atlantic Ave. room, furnished apartments. Lying Nassau and County being ,in Florida.the SWU of LEE W. MORGAN vs. a widow, DIANA ;":PUBLIC NOTICE Hunting will be allowed everyday in aggregate; two wood ducks,I
North Fletc ur.: Year round the NEli of Section 35 Township MORGAN DEMPSEY and WILLL\M t and two hooded
1\J TICEIt's later than you 4 North Range 25 East DEMPSEY, her husband, DALLAS INVITATION TO BID through January 5, from mergansers. i .. .
..think Time to reserve your I rent Ph. 2613595. tfc WITNESS my hand and the seal of LEE MORGAN, a minor, WILLIAM Sealed bids will be received in the sunrise until sunset except for Daily bag limit on American and I .' : ,
said, Court at Fernandina Beach FlorIda ZACHERY MORAN, a minor, UN- red breasted is five I DOZIER & GAy. L
Christmas selections at office of the Florida Park Service, 311 the opening day which begins at mergansers ;
BEACH APARTMENTS year this 31st day of October. A.D. 1963. State Office Gaines and Adams I
limit of 10. No
]jon Jewelry BODINE, Jr. and NORMAN C. HEN 12:00: noon, and Leon County possession canvasback -
Company, on RObi.1 round. $35-$55 month, furnish.. (SEAL) /S/ D. 0. OXLEY Streets Tallahassee Florida until ,
'convenient LayAway Plan.M Clerk of the Circuit CourtA DERSON, 3:00: P.M. E.S.T., December 20, where waterfowl hunting is al. or redhead may be taken, I Latex Paint
ed, electricity included. Ph. ( copy of the Complaint filed here: NOTICE OF SUIT Defendants. 1963, for the following work at Fort lowed only on Wednesdays, Sat due to a nation-wdde closed sea .
in attached to the of this not.ice ,
is copy
M 2615446. tfc Clinch State Park at Fernandina
which is mailed to each defendantfor THE STATE OF FLORIDATO Beach Florida in Nassau County. urdays, Sundays, opening day son on the two species. In certain -I
&EXALUM CUSTOM MADE whom a residence more specific : Diana Morgan Dempsey and hunters will be allowed
STATE PROJECT NO. 2260-2060-61 and holidays, according to A. D. areas L
William Dempsey, her husband,
McCRANIE APTS. than a state or country was given in PARTIAL RESTORATON OF
JJVenetian blinds measured and ONE 3 ROOM downstairs fur-I the sworn statement filed herein by 1076 Craft Road BUILDINGSPlans Aldrich, director, Game and to include two additional $315
:installed. Wide range of colors. the plaintiff, his agent or attorney.) Apartment 4 Fresh Water Fish Commission. scaup in their day's bag and fourin .
and for this
nished Utilities hot Memphis, Tennessee.You Specifications
apartment. 4t 11-7 14, 21, 28PUBLIC I
PORTER &: LOVEQUIST Color and each of you arc hereby project may be secured by writing to Hunters will be allowed to take possession. i
furnished. smrlichildren.
Center. Phone 2613068. tfc water Accept notified that a suit has been filed the Florida Park Service 311 tate I
: Would like a manager. against you in the above entitled I f Office Building Gaines and Adams I a daily bag limit of four ducks,I II I A Federal duck stamp, purchased I -0.- .
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OLDSMOBILE Also beach winter rentals. Ph. l NOTICENOTICE cause; and that you are hereby required Streets Tallahassee, Florida. No plan iI from any U. S. Post Office I
98, radio, to file your anserith the deposit, will be required. I two geese and eight coot. Total I i I !
:heater, power steering, brakes. 261-4642, W. I. McCranie. If no TO STATUTES CREDITORSILORIDA Clerk of the Circuit Court and toen'e The Florida Park Service reserves i possession after the first day is I I I is. required in addition to IShell's Grocery
and all bids [
thereof the Plaintiff the right to reject any
a copy upon
$600 cash. Ph. 2615273. tfc ..answer. .call, 2619035.. N26c L\ THE COURT OF THE COUNTY I or Plaintiff's attorney, whose and to accept the bid in the best interest | limited to two day's bag. I I the regular hunting license, for
of the State of Florida. 211 ATLANTIC AVE.
REMNANTVINYL ACCOLON DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT -! LV PROBATE. name and address is: FLORIDA PARK SERVICEBy I The daily bag limit of four I taking ducks and geese. Hunters

:in stock. 9 ft width. $1.65 sq. unfurnished. Corner 4th and I'! In Jv re W.: HIERS Estate,of Deceased. I 215 Herbert% Atlantic Win. Fishier Avenue Executive N. E.Administrator Miller Jr. |!ducks may not include more than i must attach stamp to license and PHONE 261.9033: : ,

.yd. Porter &: Lovequist Color Calhoun, across street from To AU Creditors and Persons Having Ftrnandma Beach Florida. 2t 11.21, 23 two mallards, black ducks, or I write their name in ink across .. .
not later than December 30. 1963.

Center. Ph. 2613068.tfc 'School Phone! .J 261.4200 St. Joseph's or 2613800.Academy.tfc I I" You: .and.DemandJi each of Against are Said hereby Estate I confesso If ycu fail will to be do entered so, decree against you pro I'I.I' ..... .....I....... ..-.... ...... ....... ... ... .t
f'ii'P you - - - - - - - - -
< ELECTRIC start Johnson notified and required to present any for the relief demanded in the complaint -I t
outboard 3 claims and demands which or i I
motor only you
ONE FURNISHED one unfur- Toe nature of said suit being for I
of have the
either against
*hours. Mr. Connelly, 261.5751.tfc nished apartment oceansiue. estate of J.you W. may Hiers. deceased, late of I foreclosure of mortgage on the follow. '
I said County, to the County Judge of ing described property situated in the '
Year round, 126 S. Fletcher. Nassau County, Florida, at his office City of Fernandina Beach. Nassau 99c MEAT SALE
Phone 261-3138. Ifc In the court house of said County at I County Florida, to-wit: il ftft:
IJ ZIER &: GAY PAINTS Fernandina Beach Florida, within six Lot Twelve (12), Block One (1), .
.nBest for the South, and at reasonable calendar months from the time of the SOUTH BEACH according to plat ftft
VACATION APTS first publication of this notice. Two I recorded in Plat Book 3. page 1L
prices. Shiell's Grocery, OCEANFRONT APT. completelyfurnished copies of each claim or demand shall of the public records of Nassau \ m '
:211 Atlantic Ave. be iir writing and shall state the County, Florida. \ 3 Pounds Item
---- -- Day, week, or monin.I place of residence and pest office address WITNESS my hand and the seal of \ "t :
807 STANLEY DR. 584 S. Fletcher Ave. 2615878. of the claimant and shall be said Court at Fernandirfa Heach, \
completely '
Florida, this 26th. !
Nassau County ftft
tfc sworn to by the claimant his agent..
redecorated, 3 bedrooms, oak or attorney and accompanied by a day of Jvovtmber 1961 :
.,:floors, nice patio. $11,000. Only I filing fee of one dollar and such claimor (SEAL) /S/ D. 0. OXLEY
Comr demand not so filed shall be void.
$400 down. Bessie R. Hiers Clerk of the Circuit Court ; IS :
lA1 ly furnished including TV As administratrix of the Estate Fernandina Beach, Nassau County
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Phone 2613118. tic of J. W. Hiers, deceased Flonda. : Pork ftft
ONLY $350 DOWN $63.50 a .I First publication November 21, 1963. 4t 11.23 12-5. 12, 19 Chops Chops f

month Buys small three bed. TWO ROOM furnished apartment 4t 11-21 28, 12-5, 12 ftft

Hroom two bath home. Paneled I PUBLIC I SEIL"J(I' ftft
: living room. Fire place. *: if PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT

x John T. Ferreira & Son PHONE 261-3221 FLORIDA STATUTES IDA. ICHANCERY.. : % Bacon Quarters ftft
.. YEAR ROUND two bedroom IN PROBATE.In Plaintiff,
furnished or unfurnished apart-I re: Estate of M
n 'I :
SIX ROOM masonry house with ment on beach. Phone 261-3733, All Creditors and Persons Having Defendant
*5 acres, fenced and cleared.I Howard Hammond. 224 S. Fletcher Claims or Demands Against Said Estate I:I NOTICE OF SUIT: e
:Barn and garage. $8,000 with tfc You and each of you are hereby : ESAU FRIDDELL Atlantic I ver Sausage
$1,000 down. tified and required to present i 2403 Taylor Street 604 Avenue
claims and demands which you no-I i Chattanooga. Tennessee .e
: '* MISCELLANEOUSPERSONAL either of you may have against You are hereby notified that a suit:# .
estate, of William E. Pyron, I has been filed against you in the I e
M TWO BEDROOM HOME I late of said County to the County above entitled cause; arM that you j 1 I II
LIVING ROOM, kitchen and bath. Judge of Nassau County Florida at I I are hereby required to file your an-j I A Fresh or Smoked Lb. Hunts-14 oz. Each :
I Santa: I really his office in the court house of said serith the Clerk of this Court and, I II
|:zwo-cu garage and extra large I seed watch for Christmas. County at Fernandina Beach, Florida, to serve a copy thereof upon tne I
.room downstairs. Completely'weatherstripped a new within six calendar months from the I: Plaintiff or Plaintiffs attorney whose I PICNIC HAMS 29c
insulated. Fur Why not.lay it away now while time of the first publication of tail name and address is: Mercury N.i : Tomato Catsup 9c :
the selection is good at Robison notice. Two copies of each claim or I Kavouklis. P. 0. Box 462 Fernandina I II
:nished. On city sewerage. 70 x ; demand shall be in writing, and shall I Beach Florida not later than Dec
-125 lot. 1675 S. Fletcher. $10,.i Jewelry Company? state the place of residence and post I ember '26th. 1963. I II e, Limit One With $5.00 Food Order e
Love, Ann. tfc office address of the claimant and If you fail to do so, Decree Pro 1 10
:850. I shall be sworn to by the claimant hip I Confesso will be entered against you I I Ii I Chose and Sanborn I Instant 0%. S
.. i LET ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS agent or attorney and accompaniedby i for the relief demanded in the Complaint
filing fee of dollar and such I II
a one
2 THREE BEDROOM HOME I I help with your drink claim or demand not so filed shall be I The nature of said suit being for::: COFFEE 99c Van Camps oz. Each :

LIVING ROOM, dining area, kit. ing problem. Write Box 338, void. I Divorce. I _
KARABARA BAYNE PYRONAs Witness hand and the seal of
my Limit One With $5.00 Food .Order
;chen and utility room. Carport, City or Phone Jax. El 67700. administrator of the Estate of said Court at Fernandina Beach. Nas I' ,

large landscaped yard, fenced' tic Thos.WILLIAM J. Shave,E.Jr.PYRON, deceased sau November County.A.Honda D. 12C3.D.this 27th day of. I I -s; : Pork and Beans..9c :

Must be .
$10,250. seen
:backyard. Attorney at Law O. Oxley
...to be appreciated. 207 S. 15th, Fernandina Beach. Florida Clerk of Circuit Court4t I. Bravo 12 oz. Size 3 For
I Permanents from $5.95. Pre 41 1128. 125. 12. 19 11-28. 12-5.7.19 ,

-SL w- iFOREST r I budget scription prices.Beauty Ph. 2614686.Service tic at PUBLIC NOTICE I! CORN BEEF S00|

(Jiving room, kitchen, dining any make. Stoves cleaned. LN AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY
.room, utility room. Hardwood Buy, sell, repair used furniture.Ph. IV CHANCERY. CASE NO. 2753LV : FROZEN FOOD Hawaiian Punch X100-
261-3442 2255294. tfc
-11oors. FHA $11,000. $350 or ANUELLVE LEE HELTON, a minor | .

down, no closing costs. HOME MADE POUND cakes, by WATSON HOBBY MORRIS LEE MORRIS husband and and JEAN wife. I.

: layer and birthday cakes, pies. NOTICEIN CHECK-UP T

: 212 S. FLETCHER AU kinds. Call Patricia Lodge. FLORIDA THE NAME: OF THE STATE. OF What it is and What it Does for t BAN it QtJIE1 E !

Qhe story duplex, life time roof. 2615332. tic TO:VT James%-iClase W. Helton You: Wishing For Each andIN1'1ERS

..Live in one and rent other to FOUND A HANDY WAY to Field Navy Base 1. You check the facts: your
Life insurance
: lay for both. lieeville. Texas Social Security, your
do your holiday shopping now. You are hereby notified that a petition pensions, savings and other I ei
Robison Jewelry Company will for adoption has been filed in the assets. '

2 508 CEDAR be glad to hold your gift choiceon above Morris styled and Jean Court Watson by Bobby Morris Lee ms 2. You weigh your responsibilities S

Five bedroom, two story frame their LayAway Plan. tfc wife, for the adoption of Angeline Lee : mortgage or rent, education, II '11 Everyone .
Helton, a minor white female child
|Tiome. $4,500.PETE emergencies, retirement.
and you are commanded to be and i
and II i
in said
Court to show
appear cause 3. You learn where stand.
IXGRAM, Salesman you
N ing. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson. why said petition should not be granted
L. L. Bohannon, Broker Phone 261-4609. tfc I and you are commanded to serve 4. You plan for the future.
19 North 4th Phone 261-5169 I a copy of your written defenses and A
'" objections on the Attorney for Peti .
tioners. Thos. J. Shave, Jr.. Jeffreys MIKEPIALA
LATEX WALL PAINT Doz3er WANTEDWANTED Ituilding. Fernandica i'-each.: Florida Beef Ham -
and file the original thereof in the office : Chicken, Turkey, ,
& Gay's, at $115 gallon of the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof _

;.shiell's Grocery, 211 Atlantic TO BUY good used' Nassau Beach.County Florida Florida. on or at before Fernandina S Chopped Beef' Happy and Bountiful : I
-Ave. the 6th day of January.' 1S64. otherwise t a
.. trumpet Harry Poole; 261- Phone 2614329 4
a decree may be entered against S.
QUAIL dressed. $1.00 each. 3601 or 261305. tic you granting said adoption. Fernandina Beach

JPh. 261-4983 or 261-5234. tfc Circuit WITNESS Court my of hand Nassau as Clerk County.of Florida said j 3 For '"
men and the seal of said Court at Fer Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. Thanksgiving
II FOR SALE OR RENT who shop ahead for Christmas.I nandina Beach. Nassau County. Florida New York II, N. Y. Day

HOMES IN Five Points area. No Robison Jewelry Company has A. ,D.on 1963.the 27th day of November .

Wlown payment, $65 month. Renovated a wonderful, wide assortmentof I (SEAL) /$/ D. O. OXLEY

261-5119 inside after G and. out. Phone tIc tastes.gifts LaS and-AwaY jewelry now. for tIc.all I U Clerk County Circuit, Florida.Court.Nassau u.ra,12a,12,19 Trade At Home .. ...............".....-.-


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Sheriff Y' TOn tewyear to PPJ.z.) for a new Cfr- JPage Ten New!-Lethr,Fernfindina Beach,Florida Thursday,November 23,1963
Advises *- .: ** .1 I fr- I
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Hih S H6bl l Echoes.
The sheriff said many loal I
,_ t:: !t. Faustin kus"I JAX 200
Boat Owners owners apparently mistakenly 1f ,.... ', Junior Highlights .
believe that if they delay 1 reregistering BY NED TYSON Helicopter Pilot
their boats until the new NASCAR
Fcc Hello, In the Steer.Room afar Deing;es-; BY CAROLYN BREEDEN d In Hawaii
Reregistering year, they will be charged only I I II I Based !
ore-half the regular fee. ,Friday night .the Pirates! I forted ground iQby membersof I Hello! Pat Pendleton, president; Hugh I Grand National

Sheriff H. J, Young-blood! advised The registration: law enacted by brought the 13...football- season- I the Live Oak Studep Council. "Victory," was the cry of the Stone, vice president; Miss Dix: Kanche Bay, Hawaii (FHTNC) !
boat the 1963 Legislature provides to a close witha Margaret: jinn and Shentf escorted Junior .Pirates oa's class Vicky Beckham, pre3.j I- Marine First Lieutenant Fa s- I N w Car Race
iau pleasure owners of Nas. only boats registered for the 13-6 defeat a the Pirate Captain 1 i to,the ,;4.} .. as they: defeated I ident; Candy Youngblood, vice!I tin E. \7irkus, Jr., son of ilri
County who have failed
to the hands of th of fieW in 20 to 25 Oars
< center the the Pre
> Yula Wirkus of ,this city,
the St. Clint Rich reported
reregister their boats first time after January 30 1964, Marys president; secretarytreasurer -j !
that they will be charged one-Half the regular Live Oak Bull, game ceremonies.Every i4 Hurricanes+ i in a ; Tom Hord, parliten- Ocl 21 to the amine Corps I 'D1.vl'rs such as:
will not save any money by waiting fee. dogs. The sea .k i Fernamlina.cjtfien; should : 20.7 battle last tarian; Mr. Hollingsvtcrth's class, I Air Station, Kanohe Bay, Ha Jcnior Johnson 63 Chevy
until after the first of the son's record war Thomas Petty Plymouth
The fractional rate does not I Thursday night. Sherry president; Kathjr waii.He -
apply to boats and vessels subject unimpressive they have been admired by everyone lee Godwin, fly- Piper, vice president; Norma has been assigned, duty as a Ned Jtrrttt M Ford -
3-6-1, but mem- who hag Seen.cheat 1. perform1.This fag l halfback f Tiny Load 63 Ford
to registration prior to the left Henderson, secretary; Mrs. Poz-r i pilot with Marine Helicopter i
bers of week's : Buck Baler 63. Pontiac
time an application for registration I the lean performance at Live .''_ ran about ega's class, Mike Jones, president; f j Squadron, IGl,..component: of i; lee Weathrlr- 63 Mercury
: is made. learned that Oak was no exception. 60 yards for the ; Beth Stewart, vice president;) Marine Aircraft Group 13 at the I Ist David Pearson 63 Tike
"MONEY This means, Sheriff Young-. winning is no There was ,no school M9nJay, as j :k ? 3 touchdowns, Ann Carter, secretary; Jane Philips i Uon.- i -
I always the, it was declared a "Day of Mdurning" 2practjc
boat x while Terry treasurer Mr. Piechocinski's :
blood said, that any pleasure : r. ; I j A graduate of the University
greatest reward in the game of I in respect. for John F. Ken :
owner whose vessel was registered Rowe scored tie : class, Deborah Bryan president; ',of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, I a nj tfjne( trials 140
football Wiij lose the thrill of nedy.
previously must pay the full the is or i j' two extra points. I Laucyne Shiver, vice president I':;N. C.; 1st Lt. Wirkus entered the' p.m. RACE STARTS 3:00 p.m.
annual fee regardless of when he game always present. Tuesday five, word served a The Patrol met ,Friday, 7th I Ben Dickens, secretary- ; and Tedlj::service in June 1959.
applies for reregistration. It was Live Oak's Homecomingand Thanksgiving Dinner which add J Adams treasurer. j I I Sunday, D cc. 1st
ToSPEND1. The sheriff warned that it is I their student council invited ed a little jest To the uneventful 1'I i The team would like to thank t Frank Wheeldon, a Zc-y ear-cld
Florida !Burgess Lewellen, Bubba Quat- day. Our Iunchr6ort,staff is composed Dance. r 3 I
unlawful to operate on Coach John Piechocinski and I JacksonvilleSpeedway
waters on unregistered pleasure !I tlebaum, Margaret Ann Taylor,I of a real fine group of 18 fn the. Recreation Center Auditorium .I Sandy DeSandro for their generous English real estate agent, wen a i I
and attend the ladies who do their bestto five-pound ($14)) bet by riding I
Sherry Lang to always
boat motor in from 10 and :
propelled by a ex. 7 to p.m. helpful support during
the 35 miles from his home to
el;bration. The local studentsleft make lunch nourishing and attractive I
of 10 the
cess The seventh grade class oflie- season.
Fernandina at 8:30: Friday to the students. London on a 100-year-old wooden
ers... are..: Miss. Ca enter's class, Havt nice Thanksgiving! I pedal cycle.
and reached Live Oak in .
morning W d. was the l last school day _._ .
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Charles D. Hagan time to lunch in their cafeteria. I this ,week, and the F.B.H.S. Chorus L ---- .-,- --.-- -r.. --r. ---: .;: ,>7*&*-&'* &WtUBSffiNUtt"'" ----'-...-.._-

Completes Dasit. I They were greeted by the president -, under the direction of Mis.

If yon want same extra At Great Lakes NIC and of later Live Oak's attended Student the crowning Council I' Evelyn, Thanksgiving Arnold, presented Concert its to annual the Now YOU CAN SAVE MORE AS WE CELEBRATE

: "stopping dollars call of the Hom coming. Queen'li student body to help bring us irf-
I' Great Lakes, 111. (FHTNC) Ceremony and rode in tie .Homecoming .to the holiday spirit. .
ca us..Ths cash you need Charles D. Hagan 19, son of Mr. '
ate holidays. :
parade. They '
J. can be In your' hands almost I' 2 and, completed Mrs. Oscar basic Hagan training of Route Oct. < ; : _C5 FORD'S BIGGEST SALES YEAR 'WITH OUR .

as soon as you ask 25, at the Naval Training Center News From

Treat Lakes, III :
for'it: .
.x The nine-week training includesnaval : : IJf.
---,. orientation, history and organization the Ret Center .
seamanship, ordnance
and gunnery, military drill .
physical fitness, first aid and BY SANDY DeSANDRO .;, .' r '.
a ... --, .
I survival. I THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28th. I and up) in the Game Room at 3:30 '. '" ,
During the training recruits THANKSGIVING DAY CENTER -I p.m., Faith Britton, Instr. ; .
.SMALL PAYMENTS receive tests and interviews CLOSED Ceramics Class (ages 12-14)) in '
which determine their future assignments FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29th. the Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.rn',
: TO SUIT YOUR in the Navy. Upon Fun Fair ((5th and 6th grades) Hank Sides, Instr. Falcon !
completing the program they are i in the Auditorium at 3:30: p.m. Womens Club Nursery In the I Buys '
:. ) PERSONAL' assigned to service schools for Fernandina Beach Band Par Game Room at 3:00: p.m., Carolyn -' :
technical instruction or to ships ents' Association Talent Contestin Vfzcarrondo, adult leader. : .. : :
CONVENIENCE, and' stations for on-the-job training the Auditorium all day. Adult Ceramics Class in the .I -Itr ._

in a Navy rating specialty. Sub-Teen Club in the Game Ceramics Room at 7:30 p.m ; :: i> .' Let us show you today how you' can enjoy : ', <:i "
LOANS IIP TO $630CORPORATION Naval training produces the Room at 7:15 pm.. Hank Sides, I str. (,'{ "- .'
power in seapower by supplyingquaified' Men and Boys' Health Club in Men and Boys' Health Club in :: a new driving thrill with the :'64 Falcon -t;- : ii.
: G A.( I \ personnel to man the the Health Club Room, day and the Health Club Room, day and ,- .
ships, aircraft and shore stationsof evening. ji ': America's still with :
evening. ,4 .
I today's Navy. ,!;. : totally new compact car, ':. :: l
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30th. Boy Scout Leaders' Meeting in :
: FINANCE I Fernandina Beach Band Parents' the Conference Room at 7:30 p.m. : r_; }>f' Falcon's famous economy. = ?<. 41:: ..
Money be the husk of '
may many Teen Ballroom Dance Class '
Association Talent Contest :
i things, but not the kernel. It : :_: j:,
School Teens in )
: 408 Atlantic Avenue I in the Auditorium all day. (Senior High ) I
brings food, but not appetite
; Game the Auditorium at 715 ,
Teen Club in the Roomat p.m. I
Fernandina Beach Florida medicine, but not health; acquaintances Club
Democrats' Meeting
/ Telephone 261-3681 I 7:30 p.m. Young ;
but not friends servants,
il$0 ; Men and Boys' Health Clab in in the Club Room at 8:00: !
of but
but not loyalty; days joy,
: J the Health Club Room, day and I r
not or happiness. pm.Atlantic
peace evening. Avenue Playground, :
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1st. supervised play, 3:30-5:30 p.m.,
.. Lutheran Church Meeting in Don Nanney, In tr., 1'1:

HERVE TENSION I the Conference Room at 11:00 a.m. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5th. I:
I MONDAY, DECEMBER 2nd. Pre-Ballet Class in the Audi !

Nerve tension; might be called a great American malady. I Teen Ballet and Toe Class IL; torium at 10:00: a.m., Julanne ,i.
Million cf people are afflicted with it. Many millions of dol. the Auditorium at 3:30 p.m., Jul- Owens InstrsPlaysehool i
lars ate spent in search fur relief from it. I anne Owens, Instr. in the Game Room i I ww -
The effects of nerve tension are many. It is a thief of re I Beginners' Ballet Class in the at 9:30: a.m.: Carolyn Vizcarrondo -:i
freshing sleep. It is an obstacle to normal relaxation. Digestion Auditorium at 4:30 p.m., Julanne adult leader. I
ani! circulation are upset by it. Many mere indictments Owens. Instr. Advanced Ballet and Toe Classin !I .
could be made against it, but what can be done about it? i Arts Puppet Theatre (ages 6- the Auditorium, at 3:30: p.m., q
To bring true recovery one must first )knave the cause, and 8)) in the Club Room at 3:30'p.m., Julanne Owens, Instr. I'
nerve tension may have many causes.: Worry is one great Faith Britton Instr. Rehearsal NUTCRACKERS, kere' Ford's" ; Yatr"
sabiyreawnfor Sg
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cause, whether the worry be about health, finances: or problems
of some close friend cr relative. Island Squares, Club in the SUITE in the Auditorium at 4:30': .5 T' : ( the 1964 Falcon Futura Httttop.
'. Worry problems call for individual solutions. However, it +i i Game Room at 7:30 p.m. p.m., Julanne Owens, Instr. Smart and sassy, it's all! new. See for
Ua, toad general rule to remember that most of the things i Jaycees in the Conferencei Adult Ceramics Class t in the I .yourself.Test-drive one today!
about which 1worry, never happen, and those which do hap i, Room at 8:00: p.m. Ceramics Room at 3:30: pm. I
pen, do sr in spite of worry. Adults and Teens' Ceramics Hank Sides, Instr. ... ,
Modern chiropractic care has been effective in many cases I I Class in the Ceramics Room at Adult Ballroom Dance Class in
,of nerve tension. An examination Just may save the victim 7:00 p.m., Hank Sides, Instr. the Auditorium at 7:15 p.m., Mr. ", Here
considerable suffering. I i I Men and Boys' Health Club in and Mrs. Gil Becker, Instrs. : Are Some Used Car Specials Traded In On New Models

| the Health Club Room, day and Scoutmasters' Roundtable in
I evening the Conference Room at 7:30 p.m. I I'
Hours s"! I, | Atlantic Avenue Playground, Men and Boys' Health Club in S e Them This We kendJ

Mon., 'V etl., Fri. t supervised play, 3:30-5:30: p.m., the :Health Club, Room, day andevening I'
Don Nanney. Instr, -
9-12 & 2.6 TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3rd. Atlantic Avenue Playgroanc, i
I Playschool in the Game Room, supervised' play 3:30-5:30 p.m., 192 1 FORD FAIRI: NE i960 1 GALAXIE 159 1 FORD CUSTOM
131 Kings Street 9:30.11:30 wn., Carolyn Vizc r. Don Nanney, Insu.I I' 500 FORD
rondo adult leader. 300
t, Phone 729'.5611Kingsland i Ceramics Class (ages 9-11): ) in Ensign Gene Gjcfdens I DOOR V8 4-DOOR SEDAN, 6 CYL. 4-DODR, 6 CYL.
j the Ceramic Room at 3:30 I AUTOMATIC TRANS.
GeorgiaDR. A JTO. TRANS.,: 1 OWNER '
1! Hank Sides: Instr. Returns From ToDr R&H. OillY.. $695
Dance Class the Audi i.I i. -- ...
j Tap in On USS henrico ; LOW MILEAGE
C R. CROCKER DR. T. A. OWEN I itorium at 3:30 PM., Julanne 'O'NLY ;:j1595!
Owens, InstrsIntermediate ... EXTRA CLEAN 1959 AUSTIN
San Diego, Calif., (FHTNC)

:: King lai1d Chiropractic Clinic the Auditorium at Ballet 4:30 :p.m.'.Class; Jjl-in -' Navy Ensign Gene Giddens,I 1 1,961 1 FORD FALCON a-st'EED .
Owens, Instr. : son of Mrs. Larney E.: Jones of I ONLY $125| : 'R1s. .
anne ,
1804 Beech St, is serving with 2-DOOR
"Associated with Owen ChiropracticClinic Painting for Leisure in the ClubRoom the staff of Commander Amphibious -I R&H" : '. .O y395
at 7:30 p.m. ONLY .
of Jacksonville"r aboard the .
Squadron One $995 ( --- --
Tri Hi Y Club in the Hobby '
attack transport USS Henrico: .y I960 FORD. .
__ Room at 7:30 p.m. which returned to San Diego,II : -1959 FORD SEDAN
Men and Boys' Heath Club in
h -- --- -
s I -; -- the Health Club Room day andS Calif., Nov 13 with other shipsof 1960 FORD FALCON 4-SPEED TRANS. :. 4-DOOR
Amphibious Squadron .One.
evening.AIYO. The., squadron .has_.completed! a 4-DOOR AUTO. TRANS R&H
Club in the GaW6 Room nine-month tour of duty with the ONLY o NLY $495
CLOSING OUT at 7:30 p.m. I $895 os LvX795
{Seventh Fleet in the Western : _
Square and Fun Dancing (Senior Pacific While with the Seventh t+ M t
High Teens) in the Auditorium Fleet ,amphibious force Hennco
: at Sandy DeSandro,
715 pan. in fleet operations
participated i
Now I Instr.Barbershoppers in the Conference 'I II and training exercises.i Squadron

I I Atlantic Room at Avenue 8:00 p.m.Playground' Korea ships ,also Taiwan visted, the ports Philippinesand in Japan,I LAS SERRE MOTOR COMPANYS

the British Crown Colony of
!supervised play, 3:30.5:30: p.m.,'.
Fiesta Ware i Don Nanney, Instr. 'I Hong Kong. 8th Street Your Ford Dealer Since 1910 Phone 261-3819

: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4th I'! Trade At Home -.... -- -.- :" -- .
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a whkh fostered the first Thanksgiving obse rv anc e. ; ':. -,.'<'-:'.' 1.

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