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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: December 5, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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 jernanoina Courier, 'me Island City Fern '"ia uoserver, Fernandina Express The Fernandina New The Florida Mirror. The Nassau County Star. The News The Fernandlaa Record. .
Fernandina Nevis-Record. Nassau County Leader. The Outlook. The Klonda-Oeorgia News. The Fernandina News The Buccaneer.
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I think that the Christmas The first shipping company in *

lighting downtown this year is the p pI I Fernandina Beach in twenty .
prettiest to date and extend my a i I years began operations this week ;I "
I'j congratulations to the MerchantsAssociation with the unloading of 500 tons of .;
on this project. If f ish meal at the docks of the 1

I you haven't been downtown at i Nassau Fertilizer and Oil Co. ,, ..
night yet to see this glittering The announcement of the form- \ '1
t the kids tonight, ation of the Fernandina Shipping ..
array, pack up .. .. :;, )
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drive down and have a look. Co. and the initial operation was ./
\ # .nade by Capt. George T. Davis : : :i I { "
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After 20 years without a ship- t ../ '
P'nc company in the port with --- an interview with a News- "-v .
the deepest natural harbor in Leader representative, Capt. Davis : rk
Florida, this type facility is again had this to say:
,I available This week 500 tons of "At 8:00 a.m. Monday morn- k

fish meal from Peru was unloadedat 4 : t k ing, the Pilot had finished dock- I
the docks of the Nassau Fertilizer }. ,..u-_ ; ing a ship and after all the form
and Oil Co. and the stevedoring "" j '" I alities of Quarantine Doctor, Immigration
was handled by the Fer- 'l. .. ..'b and Customs Officers
nandina Shipping Co. I viewed I were complete, the ship walker's
the smooth, swift and efficient I GEORGE SCOFIELD, General Manager of Cellulose Operations for Rayonier Incor- whistle blew and the sounds of
operation and am convinced that I porated, was principal speaker Monday nigit atUhat company's annual awards dinner lift-trucks, pallet bridles, ship's
this is a company that will lend ) for the local mill division and the Southeast Timber Division Left to right, Fred j.:winches, stevedores, checkers, and
credit to Fernandina Beach shipping Doherty, general manager of Southeast Cillulose Manufacturing; Scofield; Bryan !twenty longshoremen blended in-
-wise as well as economy- !, Rauschert, resident manager of the local vision; Ernest Davis, manager of the tim- .to a sweet music. The melody was

wise.have,Although headquarters the here company, they will will' ber division, and B. ,,,. (Buck) Haskell, resident manager of the Jesup, Ga., division. I I: coming from the decks of the .,
British M/V "Kirk Pride and the : ...
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also provide crews of longshoremen docks of the Nassau Fertilizer and ;:. : .
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for St. Mary's and Kings r I Rayonier Honors Oil Co. ; .
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Bay, shipping. "A bit of Fernandina's colorful .U::l .. f"

hearty Comely,welcome Jr., head to of Edward the new L 39 EmployeesAt waterfront history was being reborn THE BRITISH MOTOR VESSEL "KIRK PRIDE" docked at Nassau Fertilizer and

company, and hope that his and t:: ..:( and this sweet melody was Oil ,Company Monday morning for the unloading of 500 tons of 1 Permian fish meal.
his family's residence in this city : : Awards Dinner not only heard by the men in ear- The cargo was handled by the newly formed Fernandina Shipping Co., first interest
z shot of the music, but it was car-
of this kind in
will be a rich and rewarding one. ''rt. I this city in over 20 years
ried into the of
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this is the first toward t' J JpJ I i
Mayhap step I chant in our lovely little port. i +n +" .,
creation of this once famous Thirty-nine employees of the I: :
shipping center as a freeport Fernandina Division of Rayonier "After a lapse of twenty years Dr. Bradford White I '.' *
This would be a boon that Incorporated and thirteen em- I the Port once more has its own *
downtown businesses could well ployees of the Southeast Timber steamship agency and stevedor-
use. (See story and pictures in Division were presented service i ing company, locally owned and Is Suspended From
this: issue, plus comments by awards at a dinner held at the operated. The Fernandina Ship 1c
Capt George Davis, harbormaster. Fernandina Beach Junior Hijrh- : ping Company has been organized Medical PracticeNotice ,
.) I Elementary Cafetorium Monday : under the managership of Lt. << ,.
,| night I I Edward L Comely, Jr. "Mr. Ed", .
A bright note was sounded for I In addition to the award recipients I as he is known around the water- has been received by
Rayonier employees and the local : .... most of the 268 other: I front of King's Bay Marine Term- Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I by George Scofield as'I : : : :" .. employees ,of the two divisionsnow j inal and the ,docks of St. Mary's,I iNassau Count that the license of
economy
: he addressed that company's an- I :; j' ,. .'" )' .. .... '.. wearing 'service award buttons i Ga., has, moved to Fernandina : Ilf, Bradford Carson White to
3 i nual awards dinner Monday night. I I II : :;: ; I" and 21 retired employees :. 'bag and baggage'. He will con- i practice medicine in the State of
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It I I Scofield, general manager of Cellulose ; &}: .>.. .; 1 '. v':,. '. .. were at the dinner. 'I tinue to',operate as Stevedore in Florida has been suspended. .
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operations for Rayonier j\; """" Principal speaker at the din- i St. Mary's and Kings Bay area i !$!'he notice contained the order
I E. Scofield, of ; but, as he he just uldp't
and a former resident manager of VACCINE whichas administered ner was George says off suspension from the State
the local division, revealed that PREPARING THE POLIO ;'I New York, General Manager of I I resist the challenge to move his i! Board of Medical Examiners and'requested 2 }
in a mass immunization program in Nassau Cellulo&e Operations for residence .,to our beautiful l little
t Rayonier research has improvedrayon i Ra"on-i the Clerk to record the Ar
'. to a point where it is 'a .. Couqty jast Sunday, are several who served at the Ferji'andina I ier. .. "blajf| ; ( a ide great pate ial': of order so tjiat it would come to _. ,
near perfect textile material: He Beach Elementary' School., Pictured'above'fohnsni : emp S-ofietd'i ied\that" 963"was4i 1'oiirwofolerfripwt.' 'He-still-mahA t tEifeie Lion of 'the-'proper. authorities. -' :

t said that the Jesup, Ga., divisionwas left, Mrs. Venny J ,. Mrs. Ann Spence, Mrs. Lee i good year for the local mill and I'!thins a home_ 'on Crooked.River, {Doctors ale required by ;sea :: ., (i;: .
feeling the impact of Henderson D. W. Roberts, Mrs. Irma Wood and Jake the timber division and predicted'| St. Mary's. Ga. law to register with Clerks of the .., ''It. ''.<-, .' ...... ';'.' ._. Yk. '
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would be better both "The newly formed stevedoring ,.if" ,
that 1964
and that the and two members of I I Circuit Courts in the' State of'', ". ;: '
the improvement Matta)'aw.. Roberts Mottajaw are II' (; .: ,". >= !4 + : ..
local division will also be affected the Jaycees who volunteered services as a body. The i for the company and for the em-'I I (Continued on page six) t Florida.) !t.,];!:.. .......... .4.::(. .Ir ......!

in the near future. Chemical cei- four nurses employed locally, donated their time to the 4 I ployees. The order, in its entirety as received \
lulose, as produced in the Rayon- lIe commented on the two sour- Mass by the clerk, is as follows: i ED CORNELY, JR., head of the newly I formed Fernan-

: ier mills, is the basis for such project.* I ces the that stockholders must be and kept the happy custom as Requiem "The probation report of the dina Shipping Co.. is congratulated by Exteen Corbett,
synthetic products as rayon. above named physician came to I manager of the Nassau Fertilizer and Oil Co., on the
12,382 County Residents Receive Polio i I ers.The stockholders, he said, must Held Today For be heard by the undersigned handling of the first cargo here Monday morning Leftto
1 Congrats to all the participating -I i be kept happy in that they are Board on November 15, 1963.1 I| right, a member of the new company's longshoremancrew
the I
successful agencies mass and polio workers immunization on -I Vaccine In Mass Immunization Sunday I the owners. In that capacity, he I!I Mrs. McQueenRequiem Dr. White was present and inter- : Comely, Corbett, and Capt. George T. Davis, harbormaster -
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conduct
rogated regarding his at ,
Sunday. Congrats also to the i added humorously, they some- as they stood on the deck of the British motor
which time he admitted
: times insist on a house cleaningthat writing {I vessel "Kirk Pride"
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unloading
operation 500
more than 12,000 who turned out I Some 12,382 persons received for the Type 3 and Type 2 clinics, starts at the top leaehA Mass was celebratedat a prescription order on August
to avail themselves of this mir- the Sabin Type I Vaccine for polio I II esnecially in the 1.5 year age great deal depends on the 9:30 a.m. today at St. Mich- : 15, 1963, for 150 1/16 Dilaudid I II tons of fish meal at Corbett's dock..
acle of modern science. If only 'I[ prevention in the seven clinics I I r group, this being the group which customers and how they feel we ael's Catholic Church for Mrs. I tablets for one Jack Montgomery, II ---
one case of this dread malady is set in Nassau County on Sun. has been affected in the Duval I JoAnne Helen Gilmour McQueen, 1' knowing that the said Jack Montgomery -
avoided it will be worth all the day,up December 1, according to I I County epidemic. The turnout I are present doing they also seem, he continued.quite pleased At t26, who died unexpectedly Mon- 1 was a known addict. The' Jaycees Slate t 'Vehicle Safety Checks

I time and effort expended. C. L. Rucker, Chairman of the i Sunday in this group was not as and we can supply whatever they day morning in Humphreys Memorial Board finds that Dr. White has
Nassau Chapter of the National good as it was anticipated, the I I Hospital. The Rosary was violated its order of suspension and
seek. For Dec. 7 Dec. 14
There's no better place to spend Foundation. I report continued. I I (Continued on three) I recited last night at 7 o'clock at I{ by prescribing narcotics to an ad- Saturday
that. xtra cash you've saved back I The clinics were staffed by the ;I Make-up clinics are being held page Oxley Mortuary Chapel.; The Rev.f diet on an outpatient or ambulatory -:
for Christmas buying than with I many volunteers who assisted the : at the following locations: I William J. Holmes officiated. I basis contrary to the Medical i i "Join the Circle of Safety J C. Campbell, committee
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people you know. Check the local Nassau County Health nurses and' Monday Yulee Health Clinic "Christmas Magi ,I Mrs. McQueen is survived by Practice Act 458.12 ((2)) Flor- : Check Your Car Check Your 1 I chairman, announced check 'I laoea
stores while there's still a good volunteer nurses. Jaycees, hospital I 2:00 to 3:00: P.M. her husband, Edward F. McQueen; I I ida Statutes and Section 398.08 Driving Check Accidents," will be set up at S. Fifth St,.be.
selection. See advertisement in : aides, Shriners, school officials, I (Continued on page six) '''I' three sons, David Cory McQueen, I of Florida Statutes. Mayor E. J. Johnson, Jr. urgedall tween Atlantic Ave. and Ash St.
this issue of special hours from teachers, PTA representatives,I Lighting Contest Set Steven Kermit McQueen and Patrick -I "It is, therefore the order of area motorists today. Fernan- to give motorfots an opportunityto
now 'til Christmas. I Future Nurses, Little Women, i Ii Post Office Sets I Edward McQueen, all of I this Board that the probation dina Beach JayCees's voluntary take advantage of the free and
it Girl Scouts, and Sheriff Department I ClubThe t Fernandina Beach; her mother, { heretofore extended to Bradford Safety-Check is scheduled on Dec. I voluntary 10-point Vehicle af -
I'm not sure I approve of the I personnel, all worked efficiently All-Day ServiceFor By Magnolia Mrs. Helen Gilmour; and sister, i I C. White, M. D., by order entered 7 and Dec. 14. i ty-Checks. The lanes will beopen
sale of Christmas Seals in Nas-I to accomplish this record Rush Miss Lynn Gilmour, both of i August 1, 1963, is vacated and I "This voluntary Vehicle Safe I from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and
sau County by an outside agency. achievement, Rucker said. I'' Holiday "Christmas Magic" lighting Philadelphia, Penna. withdrawn. I ty-Check gives every motorist a will be operated by Fla. Highway
In fact I was unaware that the Plans are being formulated to I Christmas Holiday.Jiours at I contest sponsored by the j' Active pallbearers were Ever- "It is the further order of this chance to do his part in makingour Patrol and Fernandina Beach
.seals would be handled by other repeat the seven clinics in Nas- the U. S. Post' Office are an- I Magnolia Garden Club is open to ette Howard, M. R. Fiala, Paul Board that the judgment of suspension I community a safer place to Police Dept.
than a Nassau agency until I received sau County on Sunday, January nounced this week, as follows: all residents of Amelia Island. Kornau, Roy Key, Phil Stewart heretofore entered be im- live," he said. "Even our best "One out of every six vehicles
'my seals. No publicity has 119, In order to give the Type 3 On Wednesdays, December 11 The Florida Public Utilities and A. M. Campbell. (Continued on page six) drivers are poor risks if they are checked in the 1961 nation-wide
been forthcoming nor any of the : Sabin vaccine. The Type 2 Sabin and December 18, the Post Office Company will furnish 9 prizes to Honorary pallbearers were Bur- I driving cars with bad brakes, Safety.Check needed immediateI
free advertisements and readerswe I vaccine is scheduled for Sunday, will remain open all day insteadof be announced next week. nell Holland, John L. Smith, John worn tires, or other neglected I attention to one or more of the
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normally insert in the paper.I March 1. the usual half-day closing. Entries may be made in four W. Beckett, Lloyd Christensen,!I SPEBSQSA Plans t tI items." ten items affecting safe driving
will reserve any further comment I It is hoped by all responsible Patrons will also receive all- separate classes of decoration. Paul Burns, John Barnes, Carl I "Equally important in our Safe I condition," Mayor Johnaon re-
until I see the end result but citizens that Nassau County will day service on Saturdays, December I There will be one class designated -,I Edgy, Wayne Dotson and Wyman'Christmas Carol I ty-Check is the challenge to all I ported. "The items safety-check
must say that I have definite I have an even larger attendance 14 and December 21. i I as Commercial. It will include ( Hughes. .: i I II drivers to check their conduct behind ed are brakes, front and rear
misgivings, based primarily on --- I window arrangements with a Burial was in Bosque Bello .I the wheel BOTH safe cars lights (turn signals, stop lights),
the lack of publicity Christmas theme carried out by Cemetery, under the direction of December 23 and safe drivers are needed to steering tires, exhaust system,
Sing
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r the Fernandina Beach merchants.The Oxley Mortuary check accidents," he declared. (Continued on page six;
For the first time since the second category, decoratedand
opening of the units of the housing lighted entry ways and doors, f The Golden Isle Chorus of the
Authority of the City of Fer. will be open to island residents.The local chapter of S.P.E.B.S.Q.s.A.
nandina Beach, there are vacancies 2 best and most beauti- is making plans for its annual %'
with no applications at the fully lighted outdoor Christmas Christmas Carol Sing on the
present The vacancies are in the trees of the 3rd class will receive Monday night before Christmas ir
colored section. The white section prizes. December 23rd.Arrangements .
continues to be full with the usual The fourth and final class includes }. ', have been made
list of waiting applicants. all outdoor scenes. It is for two trucks to carry membersof r
divided into three sub-classes, the chorus, their wives and J l
I am looking forward to the Star of Bethlehem, Bewitched, and children around to the various r'41
day when the Park Service has Christmas Wonderland. r places in town to sing Christmas xs ery
sufficient funds to put a second The public is invited to parti- carols. ;,
entrance station at Fort Clinch cipate. (See entry blank else- The singers will meet at the ,. b c-c
State Park so that admission where in this issue). For informa- Recreation Center at 6:30 p.m.,
other than by the cash necessary tion call 261-3727 or write to Mrs. to leave at 7 p.m. The group will 59h
today at the North 14th Street R. M. White, 502 Broome St., complete its circuit by singing on y
turnstile, can be made available. Fernandina Beach. the Post Office steps at 8 p.m.
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This would be a real convenience \ ;, The public is cordially invited to ; ,
,(Continued on page two) Senior Citizens vCv O'k+ join in the songs at the various ,.
stops.A .
Fernandina Beach Plan Christmas list of the various stops will ry ,
I be announced later.
Party Dec. 12A h
WeatherU LARGEST SINGLE TAX CHECK received by Ira Hall, i

S.South Approved 7th At Weather Lime Street Station !! Nassau County Tax Collector, was handed over last week Christmas party is plannedfor Coin Club To

Lewis l Nolan Cooperative Observer I by R. E. Phinney, right, general manager of the local division the Fernandina Beach Senior NAVY LT. ALAN LA VERN Hold December
Max. )!in. Rain I of Container Corporation of America. Container's Citizen's Club. It is to be held December DEAN, one of 14 newly selected I Ii
Thurs., Nov. 28 69 61 .01 total tax bill is $347,580.59. Of this figure $176,797.78is I 12 at 7 pm. in the Recreation i astronauts nju guest speaker i Meeting Monday : JACK ESLICK, suburban manager for Southern Bell
fri. Nov. 29 68 52 .65 for the mill's tax to the county, $27,515.54 for the tim- !1 Center. Mrs. L. S. Grant I for the program of the FernanI I Telephone and Telegraph Co., presents his company's
Sal Nov. 30 61 35 0 berland owned by Container and $143,267.27 to the ': program chairman, is in charge I dina Beach Woman's Club Wed- I The Buccaneer Coin and Stamp check for ad valorem taxes in this county to Tax Collector .
Dec. 1 55 33 0 goes
Sun., He will be trained in monthly
i of arrangements. nesday. Club will have its regular -
j I Ira Hall left. This check
in the
year's was amount
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2 62 35 0 city of Fernandina Beach. Watching the large transaction I
IOn..pec. for 7:30
) Each member will bring a gift preparation Project Appollo 11 meeting, December 9 at
Dec. 3 65 50 .01 left to Mrs. Jesse H. Mixon Mrs. W. L. I of $31,203.56. Southern Bell is one of the 5 largest lix-
Tues., were, right not to exceed $.50 in cost; the which deals with putting man p.m. in the Recreation Center.
yed Dec. 4 61 32 C Miller and Mrs, George A. Albritton, of Hall's office personnel i members will then have a drawing on the moon in 196S. (See story ] New members are welcome and I payees in Nassau. In background is Sheriff H. J. Youngas .

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Page.. Two Nevrs-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, December 5,1963'''LETTERS TO --' | Completes 8-Week: {

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FERNAHD1NA BEACH NEWS-LEADER THE EDITOR Ordnance Course, Europe

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,, TheNotion Dear Constituent > (Editor's Note: Mrs. Elizabeth American Forces Network,' we Observing Monday as a day of
A John H. Perry Newspaper |I i I With millions :of other, Ameri-4 j 1 Crutchfield, daughter of Mrs. turned on the television to get mourning as requested by.President i- I

:..::= Ear Old Hell, Editor anJ Ma aw Counter ;:cans, my first reaction to the 'assassination i a Faith Pearson of this city, is currently i I the German news report at 8 Johnson, all the mily( not
': of President Kennedy aro: lu in Weisbaden, Germanywith i PM. They had not let received on leave reported for dtity, turned -

-..... ,. G NATIONAL EDITORIAL BY PAUL WARWICK Iwas i one of shocked disbelief. her husband Major John!the information. A few minutes ,, out for a memwial formation, ,
I There followed a feeling of indescribable Crutchfield, and family. I was ,after the news was over their then were dismissed for the day.

--- v,? I'I U'ArJ5hCGTldN'' i! If this column, from week to :I i i sadness. This vibrant n: privileged to read some of her ,.;scheduled! program was interrupted Special services were held in
I r_ i } letters home and found them so by an announcer who read a military chapels and German
CWlO I week to reek offish gracious and under-
seems ,too much young man,
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and other seafood! for i I standing, invariably cast his interesting I prevailed on. her to I brief bulletin hich began"Pres- : churches Saturday, Sunday and
-- ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION your contribute similar ident Kennedy is dead" Their : Monday. Monday at 6
news liters u; ,i evening
---- taste, there is not much that can shadow on all00 knew him His
:: .+: ..: Published every Thursday and entered at the Post Office be done about it. After a little',I life a Profile in Courage the News-Leader. I hope the let I regularly scheduled'progr ms : P.M. (to correspond with the time
-------v &. Fernandma Beach, Florida as second; class mail matter. over eight months in Fernandina !i was so dedicated to the service of ters prove as interesting tD our! were not resumed 'of(f Mr. Kenned's funeral in the
Subscription Rates: readers as they ac to me.) Saturday the._ German televiapB'; States) a Requiem was held at
_-__....... Beach, my lifetime love for sea! his coun ry that he had no time
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$ a year $125 6 months $1.25 3 Months St. Avgvatme' Episcopal Church
.. $4.50 food in all its guises has not tapered 1 I to hate. He accepted the noble This seek I had intended to :devoted the entire evening, to Sr. ,
,.-.-.... a year out of county : Kennedy's death. Pictures taken in Wfesbadwa and a memorialI
r. _----- off one seagoing iota. i challenge so eloquently expressedin write about the Su Nicholas\ 0:1: ,;
f t' ;::: As a matter of fact, set down I his Inaugural Address whenhe December 6)) observance in Gei:* :during: his visit here last spry I service w tile City Hall Square
.jjblic ; have granted new triah.1 I' however the of 'were shown and special: emp'- ; in Berlij,'
Defender smack in the middle of so much said, "Ask not what your many, slaying
I Austin stated that of the is was placed his aterneat, Monday night, via Telestar the
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fishing, personal and professional : Country can do for you; ask what President Kennedy ovei-shadows j i
: persons in Florida prisons, 4,542 the old yen for seafood seems you can do for your Country" f. everything else at the moment. "Ich bin tin Berliner". Love foi'': German 'evfewo i earned pictures -

dWard Austin had talked been sentenced with a 1 lawyer.without having I' to have caught its second wind One of the last visits your Last Friday'' evening (Novemher -!the president *as not limited ic : of the foftertl procession.
and increased by leaps and Congressman had with President 22)) w6: Were listening to a Berlin however, as"Us denoa-
I As the Americans recovered
:: 'i Bob Thall, Lt. Governor Designate -i! bounds instead of showing any ,I Kennedy concerned a Project in musical program on the American i strated by Germans in every city i ijhe j
Guest of f Kiwanis of the Northeast Division,j j[ signs of diminishing. 'i our District. It was then after radid station while eating visited. A number of them irj!! from the initial shock, most of us

was a visitor at the meeting. I My wife, who handles a mean i, working hours, about 5:30: p.m., I dinner. The program was interrupted I and around Wiesbaden referred felt oatnged and sluuied "ThisI
BY TOMMY HALL Bill Webb, President Designatefor ,fish skillet and who also cm bake j jI j'I;but this Leader had time to talk with the announcement|i to him at that time as "our I I sort of thing simply doesn't hap
Honorable: Edward Austin, recently ; lOOt, presided in the absenceof I a fish to a potentate's standards of local affairs because no matter (AHTNC Army :24 Lt. Mar that tM' president had been!! president. : pen in our country", commented

.. appointed Public Defender,, President Bryan Rauschert joins me in these emotions. I how demanding the task of 'ion F. Clark, 22, son of Mr. ant "stricken" ',,bile on a speaking i! Sunday morning when we went j i I many of us.Trade.
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for"the Fourth Judicial! Circuit,'I Key Clubber pests were Tom As a matter of fact, we both' foreign policy, he wanted to help Mrs. Asa R. Clark Sr., 205 N. i tour in Dallas. Our first thought ; to Church we found the sidewalk I
was the principal speaker at the my Clark and Mike Pikula, who have been greatly pleased by one the American people achieve a Third St., completed an eight-j( that he'd had a recurrence: of i, in front of the building lined
Monday, night meeting of the Ki- presented Tommy Hall with the fact: no person we have talked more abundant life. week ordnance officer basic !his back ailment. Then the pro'giam ; with a few Germans who stood i I At Home ,

I winis Club. Key and invited him to talk to to in Fernandina, no matter how i I With my wife, Sara I attended course at the U. S. Army Oro- !; was interrupted the second ; siently: watching as we entered.
He was Introduced by Program I, the Key Club on Thursday night. long he or she has lived here, has the sad rites at the White : nance Center and School, Aberdeen .: time and v.he rd that the president : Perhaps I should explain that ,I
Chairman Lonnie Hollingsworth, Tom Digby, Interclub! Chairman;i t ever expressed a sentiment of I House Saturday ,afternoon the i r, Proving Ground, Md on had been shot! All of us '1 this is the Episcopal; Church! fr !

and was accompanied by Assist! i announced an Interclub Meeting "getting tired" of seafood. All I(j mournful ceremony in the Rotun- i K v. 15.Lieutenant. i were stunned. the center of downtown Wiesbaden HELP SMOKE?
t. ant' Public Defender, Mercury!' with the Downtown JacksonvilleClub our friends seem to thrive on the da* of the Capitol on Sunday afternoon Clark is a 195i I ,Doorbells' and telephones began not the Air Force chapel -
Kavouklis. next Monday. diet, which is as it should be. .1' and the :melancholy in. ,(, graduate of Fernandina Beaci i ringing ail over the buildingas 1 I All flags, national, city and BEAR PREVENT

Austin gave the Kiwanians a This refers especially to shrimp I terment in Arlington National l High School and a 1962 graduate Americans sought to learn if : state, are at half-rasst The ban
FOREST FIRES
resume of facts which led to the of which this deponent has Cemetery on Monday afternoon.My of Florida State University, h. the radio teports were indeed ners hanging: vertically from the' .;;

! action on the part of the 1963 Just Romblin'Continued never had enough and probably'never most vivid impressions of Tallahassee. A member of Lam. true.Leaving public buildings are topped with: { ; IN THE SOUTH! rs"
State Legislature which resultedin will have. i these heart-rending hours were bda Chi Alpha fraternity, he wasa .1| our 'radio tuned to the black drape. I
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the institution of the Public ( from Page One) When I was going to grammar the unbelievable composure of teacher at Ribault High Scho ,. -
Defender system. He traced the school in Savannah, more than' Mrs. Kennedy, Caroline and lit-I''in Jacksonville, before entering
history of the Supreme Court de. to those who have annual admission I 50 years ago, a daily sight I tie John the grief of a million the' Army. _: ? -.>s:!* MlH .f'y"' ; o "." .... r" ."""!,,, --.
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stickers on their cars and I (U. S. AMY PHOTO ""MV'V" .. ........,.;-.. ,._,." ,,
dions'hich now make it man- now an entrancing memory i people who were Jt part of these ; .
doubly so once North 14th Street I = :
datory that persons charged with was that of the Negro women somber historic events; the tri-I .
gets the paving so badly needed.
crimes, who are indigent and insolvent I(who patrolled the residential dis-|butes from the representatives of YOUR \'
be represented at their i, I tricts with huge baskets on their 92 other Nations; and the emphasis I i DOES

trials. !I Since foreign aid appears to bel j heads, calling out "Ay swimp, ay on the spiritual need of this FOLLOW j STUTTER _
The case which precipitated the as inevitable as taxes and con prawn!" until your mouth water- Nation, so prayerfully expressed ;: THRU : ENGINE ,

""jnos>t recent ruling of the U. S. tinues to grow, it might be a nice i' ed for some of the lovely pink i by so many. k FALTER
Supreme Court on the matter, gesture of the internal revenue delicacies they balanced above The Nation mourns the pass t "i JERK, : '
was the Gideon case. Gideon was boys if each income tax return : them. ing of President Kenned7. We : ail "'charged with a crime and triedin could be earmarked for the coun- '[I The only person I ever remem- cry out, as did Wait Whitman' 1) a OR STALL '
Bay County but was unable to' try of the taxpayers choice. 'ber uttering an adverse criticism : after the assassination of President eaV.
Mre counsel and defended hi3 own i on shrimp was a school teacher I'' Lincoln, "I, with mournful : \ GET A > "
had in those days. I even remember ; ] TUNE-UP
tread, walk the deck Captain ,
What an attraction it would be my j
case.Later her name, which I am not go- "
in prison, he filed an appeal -I if Egan's Creek could be openedup 'I' ing to mention here and I remember ,, lies, Fallen Cold and Dead. I
which eventually reached the the length of Amelia Island, The only consolation in this :
it because she didn't'like
I
U. S. Supreme Court where the from the Amelia River on the on'y: sad hour is the feeling that the i Only
I shrimp. She said, as I recallit 'I
. Court found that he was entitled North to where it would flow into 'I' Ship of State has a skillful pilot | 9yr. :
'' that she had just as soon peelthe
trial inasmuch he the river I in the of President Lyn-j I
to a new was same on the South near I person / S z
skin off caterpillar and eat
.. tried without benefit of counsel. Walker's Bluff. If feasible, this'I. a don B. Johnson. This dedicate j j'II Q 4 .. .
f Upon his re-trial he was acquit would open up some of the most I it How as to she eat ever a shrimp.held her job in ''II and able American has visited i in 1 I a i! 6 6 l h. .. t
s We
beautiful areas on the island and our District many times. i ? --=-
tedSince so shrimp-conscious a city as Savannah BY WILLIE MATTSONTen -
, the Gideon hundreds know him and him. The .
case i i ipf I furnish property owners access by respect I ,
I'll know. The Boardof ( III
prisoners have filed appeal I:I small boat to the open waters of, Education never should have fired transition of Government is now I'I ladies went to Brentwoodin any sixcylinder J 1/. '
i and petitions and motions for re-I the Atlantic as well as the many completed. This continuity guaranteed j Jacksonville on Tuesday for a
her not for the she felt J J
, consideration of their cases have]|rivers, sounds and bays in this but for- out way loud. by our Constitution must j Play-Day with members of that fi car ,
been heard by the Courts. Many ''section. saying so, Inspire us all to be worthy of out I club and Beauclerc.Mrs. .'
eight
any )
-- ----- It does my heart good to heara citizenship.Let ,I
native Fernandinian say he L. C. Shave had low gross. ; 888 cylinder car_ I
could eat his weight in boiled us resolve with the help c nd was Mrs. T. C. Herring.
Almighty God to give more tour Parts extra if needed
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shrimp and sound like he means Low Net Mrs. Tom Lannon tt
i Happy Birthday i it There used to be an old wager Country than we deserve take froi U md Mrs. Harry Poole, 2nd. I "'
it that may
which' i I so we j
bet he couldn't
a man eati
final and full sacrifice made b Mrs. A. S, Allan! Jr. had low I II
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quail a day for 30 days without .
I ore for the 3-par holes.
jetting sick of them. I've never John F. Kennedy. I WE
Frcra DO ALL THIS
t had the opportunity to accept that I Sincerely, your Congressms Poker Hand winners Saturday ; .

t. 1 Judge J. E. .J(Gene) Weatherford Challenge, although it ,would have I D. R. '*(Billy)*Matthews* ;nd pear Sunday, A. E.were Cosgrove Bill Justice, Arthui, Jefi !I

.1 k tt been:ircuniitances.tempting But under nobody the better right I Editor, News-Leader .enshaw, Ray Caldwell and Ar- i| 0 Clean and adjust 0 Check coil and
Don't Forget Your Birth Month Is Fernandina Beach, Fla. lie Smith. '
tare me with any reasonable I I
i luantity of shrimp. | The Nassau County Board f spark plugs condenser
: Time To Renew Your Driver's License Fish have their moments, too. Commissioners wishes to expre.

'an trout, fresh-water cat or its. appreciation to all who toe : : e Clean and
whiting out of the frying pan;; ,: an active part in the polio vat i; PIIIET. 1 0 Check generator
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(( set
-- cine afternooi points
--- -- ---- --- Sunday
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------- program
\ : : and voltage
To Dr. Woolsey the county ph' jfd _"
sician and his efficient' staff, U 1 j ; : 8 Set timing regulator
doctors and nurses of Nassa

; EXTRA GIFTS! FOR YOU County.chairman of Mr.the Claude county chapteto Rucke' ly BILL PINNIY I "I" 'f) Adjust carburetor Check battery

each of the county) district n According to the passenger listf :" _
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'o.d"''? :
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; presentatives and all voluntet the Mayflower it brought 102 "
!i helpers, the school officials an rolific Pilgrims! to Plymouthock i '

all who helped in any way. (from which it's strange I
I: The warm and friendly cooperation lot ary Rockegal descented.)
-are In "The Bag"When t I shown by all the peop! Life for the Pilgrim's wasn't

! Y 3 ft t I proves that Nas au county is tfc isy. Though it wasn't too differ-
greatest and when its citizens pt it from toda/ if you want to 4 t
: :: :_, their minds hearts end hands t< I :ompare Friscilla and John with F//.II 1
' : YouSHOP gether, they can accomplish mos. jz and Richard. ,

j anything.My It is true that they took com- a ,,.. .. wwwry", ,
: I personal thanks to all. ;y r e' "V'' .y.+l 4 +is ,4nffe1.it rw+.totibc.hv+ro+ 4
aring their ladies a bit more
I Jim Thomas, Chairman '
erious. Some time they just
| Board of County Commissioners
I guessed which was witch. And
: all a gal a witch in Plymouth
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I { .nd she'd really burn.
| Editor, -
3 I I Fernandina Beach News Leade Nothing in this country has

Fernandina Beach, Florida =hanged more since the days of
.he Pilgrims than the c okout.Of 9T
The of
November
\\c :. I tragedy: 2f
AT i 1963 has been told and retold course ships coming from

t |Yet it seems all to be a dream Europe have changed. The Mayflower
.t 'Who in this country would haw was just over 100 feet
!thought that the President of thE long. Today there are huge liners

United States would be which accommodate over 3,000 _
: gunner
1 : J ,'Se HOME down in the street like a mar passengers. EJ\\ % ,f( K S4 / _
I': dog? Think of it. In about 20 years 3 _
1,000 such ships each making a
.. v I know I express the feeling I
I of all Americans when I say that trip each week could take one- a ,,
'i it fourth the Mayflower passengers
most
was a deplorable and al
.. most unbelievable act. I feel descendants from here to yonder. W. L DUBOSE, MASTER MECHANIC IS AN EXPERT IN THE USE OF OUtl

For Christmas Resents 'though I someone 'from my owr a. But that's too much ,to hope for. MODERN AND EFFICIENT TESTING EQUIPMENT
.
:family was taken from me Wher The story of the Mayflower and
.1 i heard the news I was stunned the Pilgrims is getting harder to '

You put YOURSELF en the "Receiving: End" of extra gifts when you | from' disbelief. Then when I knew sell to kids today. They believe 'irtstone; NEW TREADS

.- +r.. do your Christmas Shopping here. Every time you buy a gift in home- lit I. was true I cried.It the first ship, like those arriving ,

town stores, you help to make this a better community for you and yourfamily is all over now. Mr. Ken Since_, brought Volkswagens. i i APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES '
.nedy has been laid to rest. Americans

.1 : I like should John F.be proud that f 'eck, .Band -Parents. !I, \ WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE

.. Better Schools man Kennedy tame Plan I 'Door To Door' Narrow or Wide Design,
Streets, Parks, Churches, Hospitals, Recreation Facilities along to lead this great nation
and other Civic and Welfare Facilities all add up to BETTER He will stand along side the fund Raising DriveThe i Tubeless Tube-type 4 for
: LIVING! :great men of American history. ,

I America has lost a friend! I Band Parents Associationof Our New Treads, identified by Medallion cad slop mark vt

: All of these important community adjuncts cost money much of i Sincerely I Peck High School is planninga GUARANTEED 4 9
t which must from and Tommy Hall, Jr. I door to door campaign for Dee 1. Artfait &feeti la woriuuulup; u4 mitfrfrh tofsf tie.f tread
taxes contributions
local business
come from concerns I !. Aztinst Bonul road haxuds (except reptinUe! pucUra) acou.> 4 9
Dollars spent at home help them "carry the load." ember 7. tend te 1'Ya'7da1 puseRger tu ut for II nwothi. -
: I. or a multitude of others baked In I This campaign is being initiated Eeffceemebti ynnUd m tread year uJ Wed M Ibt jrkei sanest'
a tife*c( tdJGft ltati.'L .
i i the oven bass, snapper sheep- : to further help the association
: : It makes good sense to spend your dollars where they will do YOU the 'head or drum. '!raise funds for new uniforms for Plus tax and 1 trade-In tires

most good by contributing to community prosperity growth and im- : My wife and I had never tasted : the Peck High School Band.
provement. : drum until we moved to Fernan : The band parents held a drive FREE CAR SAFETYftrtfone

: dina, but now swear by it as A last year'and many of the citizens
baking fish. Fernandina peopleare : gave donations. The association
mighty lucky in this regard I thanks those who contributed at

FLORIDA National Bank and we have been, too, along with'them. that time.

I was even talking to Hy- If anyone is missed during the
at Fernanrflna Beach die Peterson, J r., this afternoon'about coming campaign donations may BEACH SUPPLY$
how to prepare mullet roe, also be sent to Peck High School, I
which we have never eaten. It Attention: Band Parents Asso-
: sounds good.Somebody. ciation. 1 i

rrrrn no..M ecrosit IMUUKCI cotrounoM ii' must have said it a i iI. The band parents wish to ex-

.. long time ago. If not, they shouldhave tend their>thanks to the Swanee ,, 1 118 1 Atlantic Avenue Phone 261-4482 ,
.. ..., I. because of all the good fish I Social Club for its early contri- .
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I News-leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursday< December 5, 1963 Page Three
Miss Hirth Gets Gold Life Membership In Legion Auxiliary .

IDr.Jackfi dGivesRotarians
Miss Katherine Hirth was sign I

ally honored Tuesday night wher
l : : ':' presented a Gold Life :Member Account
*; : ship in American Legion Auxf' k

J ,,, iary, Post 54, when that bod; -n
: ."...<. met in regular session. Of European TripBY 1
'k I : : ;A:..
r Past Post Commander Albert I _
: p;:
: _
Hirth, a charter member and Lu PAUL WARWICKA
l'j'' e4yak member of Post 54, was selectee .g i'i. .,'' \ _
j' tour abroad, with special
by the Unit to make the a ,
a
: .:. presentation ; l, tutV stress on England and Scotland, _
I II If to his sister. He gave r was taken vicariously yesterday
short resume of the history of
by the Fernandina Beach Rotary
the American Legion Auxiliary Club, with Dr. Jack Hand, pastorof
> listing the many aids to veterans Jacksonville's First Presbyterian

: and the community. ___
Church, acting as guide and
.4 Miss Hirth has been a membeof .,
I as commentator on a colorful ser-
n ti Hr Unit 54 for 18 years, servingtwo ?es of slides he made on the trip
ie' 1 years as president, 16 consecutive A j with his family. :

f years as secretary, and has : ., .. Dr. Hand -' introduced by Ro- &
represented the Unit in the 5
:: tg i t.v tarian Rev John Dozier, a Pres-
District as president, as secre :erian divine who is a'ways ex-
tary, and as historian: six succeeding
plaining why he chances to be } '.. .
She has served '01.i \;
? years. as ',moo for Methodist John Wesley -
I vice president of the Northern visited 17 European coun- .. llUuliL AitAltl) went to W. E. Kemp at Monday

dw Area and held many chairman :ries on his globe-trotting jaunt ; night's Raycnier awards dinner. He is shown, in light

I J ships on both levels. last summer. He said he and his : suit, receiving both his 20-year service pin and also his
x Mrs. H. M. Fink, Auxiliary wife entranced first retirement
r were particularly check Kemp recently decided to takean
president, presided at the meeting
MISS KATHERINE HIRTH receives a Gold Life Membership at which time several important by the. British Isles and Switzerland r early retirement. At left is Kalph Wood, who also received .

to American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 54, from her reports were made. Franklin Jones and Walter I a service pin for 20 years with the Southeast Tim-

brother, past Commander Albert Hirth, who also holds Miss Hirth, who serves as re- Preston, co-chairmen, outlined I ber Dh'ison.bkin: : the presentation is Ernest Davis,

the same distinguished honor. It i Is believed they are habilitation chairman, reported a I plans for the Ladies' Night manager of the timber division (See picture and storyof

the only brother and sister Life members in the Depart highly successful program on Christmas Party which the Rotarians I awards dinner on... page one.. ).
Comfort Articles and the Gift
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ment of Florida. will celebrate next Wed
I Shop, with articles valued at !
SATURDAY EVENING ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC nesday night at 7 p.m., in the$ i east industrial relations manager Sn. Glyn Pope, President, Local
over $100 going to VA hospitalized Steer Room at the i in1'J Jones and
Stockyards :L W. Norman Sutton No. 610 I.B.P.S. and P.M.and
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veterans and families. I CHURCH and Guild will hold their fourth annual
Jacksonville. President F"I local union
Hugh Cald-
i j jt presidents; Ray Roy Terry.
Mrs. T. H. Blatchford, Public I Christmas Bazaar. Miss Helen Griffin, .$t. Michael's t Stone, Jr. urged all members and l 'well, editor News-Leader, and Fernandina Division employees

The Health Nurse Supervisor, reported I, Guild president, is shown with samples of the wares or their wives to be present at the Lloyd Herrin, editor Nassau Coun- receiving awards: were:
on the Sabin vaccine programnow "stocking stuffers" which will fill the booths at the ba- occasion, which will be reached lity t !i Record. Twenty Years

underway and stated Type 3 zaar. These articles are on display at the Florida National by many in a chartered bus. | Dinner music was furnished by Charles Albert, ,Steve Baker,
Garden Basket vaccine will be given on January Bank.: Jim Beard, ,as usual, introducedthe I the Fernandina Beach High David Blue, Willie Blue, Jr., Reg.
1&1 i 19 and Type 2 vaccine on March two seniors of Fernandina i., ; School dance band under the direction inald C. Foster, Joseph Richard.son. .
; 1. Beach High who were this week's i: ., of Jonathan Hill. .

I BY JANE SCOFIEGD made After for other the reports Auxiliary's, plans Christ-were ',! "Magic/ World of ChristmasTheme guests of the club: Robert Crank.1 I I u fir Fifteen Years
shaw and John Other'
II Gregory. Eighteen employees of the Fer- Ido
Alderman, Rollaa, Blash,
mas party, to be announced at a I
We question the need for writ- to be visitors were Tom McMilan of nandina Division and two employees Theodis
sure to bank grafted trop later date. i For St. Michael's Bazaar Saturday Chatman, Leon Goodman,
ing a Garden Basket article dur- I ical plants well above the graft. Mrs. Lois Reid and Commander Jacksonville, and Henry Hooperof of the Southeast Timber I Leo Green, Seibert Hooper, Sid.I .
ing these busy pre-Christmas The strong winds: have played Hirth were guests for the even I Old Town, Maine, father oRayonier's f Division of Rayonier Incorporatedwere I ney Ling, Luther McHenry, Hoi-
days. Who has time to read it, [ havoc with the neatness of our ing. BY MARY LEARY I boxes, decorated mirrors, fancy I II John Hooper. j presented awards at a dinner llis B. Porter, Leroy Williams.Ten .

much less carry out any suggested I gardens, particularly in gardens Refreshments were served during 'TIS THE SEASON TO BE aprons, stuffed animals, Christmas -)i Bob Phinney announced a spe- held at the Peck Hitrh School Years ..
chores? However, our plantsdo with large trees. In our hurry to a social hour.Demonstration. MERRY For children to wel ornaments and decorations, '' cial dinner meeting to honor,! Cafetorium Tuesday night. Willie N. Coleman, Oscar Col
demand a little effort from us j restore order be sure to save a ------- come to Town OLD ST. NICK ... jolly santas, Christmas stockings, i! Ralph Wood, Scoutmaster of Boy In addition to the award recip- lins. ,
even during times when we are i little Spanish moss to tuck aroundour On for Gram and Gramp to shop for pajama bags, miniature trees and | Scout Troop 89, sponsored by the I ients, most of the 85 other em- Southeast Timber Division em-

I busiest with other things. I young annual plants when "stocking stuffers" for mom I many, many more. Thrill to the local Rotary Club. ployees of this group now wear ployees receiving awards were. :
Cold weather usually hits our i cold is predicted. It is surprisinghow Safety Set For and pop to buy that oneofakindgift surprises you will find in this ing service buttons attended the Twenty Years "

section of Florida during these much protection this moss Farm Bureau MeetThe for Auntie for everyoneto I MAGIC WORLD OF CHRIST- principal speaker of the evening, dinner. Also present were the 8 Cicero HendersonTen
hectic three weeks of December gives them. It should, of course, select some sparkling new or- MAS. Mrs. Clause advises mom cited the great effort and spiritof retired award holders.A. Years
when we have least time to bother be removed just as soon as the Nassau County Farm Bureau naments and decorations for I and pop to bring large shopping I the Fernandina Beach division.He B. Williams, Principal, Pine Dean Rossin.
with it. Well watered plants I cold spell has passed. Annual will meet at the Hilliard i home for Jill. to add to her I bags for the temptations will be noted the many fine develop- Forest Community School, Calla- Dinner music was furnished by
have a much better chance of i: plants which have been set so Masonic Hall on Friday night, doll collection for Jack to geta I irrestible. ments that have been made here han, was principal speaker of the Nat Small's orchestra. '
withstanding the onslaught of i'.recently that they have not become December 13th, starting at 7 surprise package from Uncle I and pointed out that this is the evening. Professor W. D. Hicks, I
cold than neglected ones. Cold established suffer from the p.m. with a covered dish supper.A Sam for neighbors and friendsto I only sulphite mill in the South.In Principal of Peck High School "On the basis of effort expend.
HonorsContinued
burns and dries our plants in cold even though they are sup- demonstration will be given get "that real old-fashioned Rayonier the introduction of Scofield, | was master of ceremonies. I ed, those who obtain the greatest
much the same way as the heat posed i to be hardy. on fire extinguishers, using dif Christmas Spirit" for all to
I Doherty pointed out his three I Other guests were, The Rever-I j amount of money by writing are
of summer does, and the water- | During this leaf raking season ferent kinds showing how they I enjoy a family-evening supper I ( from Page One) years service here as resident, end J. A. Gilyard, Pastor, Masa- college students with their letters
ing schedule is much less apt to are used and their effectiveness. out for cousin Jim to fill his I "We all the
let's be sure that these leaves return can supply pulps manager and that he shares muchof i donia AME Church, A. L. Jack- : home." -
be followed in winter than in sum i to make new soil for our I The demonstration will be sweet tooth and all to help Santa that competitors make and some i the credit for the success of ---- .
mer. Cold winds have an exces- : own gardens by putting them on given by George Cappe, Director ii i fill his bag I that they don't," said Scofield.He the local mill. i I''
sive drying effect. So, if we do a compost pile or by mulching i of Safety and Engineering of the I I The entire family will find a cited the fine customer service He also cited his year's service :; :
nothing else for our gardens in with them. The burning of this i Florida Farm Bureau, and his i MAGIC WORLD OF CHRIST- I being given, the research work at Jesup and the past four year'sof i '
December, let's not neglect keeping I natural resource is abhorrent to i assistant, Carroll Deloach. They I MAS at the Municipal Auditoriumnext being done for customers and the successful leadership in his :

I our plants moist at the roots, i I the good gardener. However, diseased will ,also discuss seat belts and j Saturday evening when the .. large shipments now going to In- present capacity. I II.
.
!E particularly when bitter cold is their uses. parishioners of St. Michael's Catholic -
plant material should be Following Scofield's address,
I forecasted.. I I dispo}e Tropical plants which cannot I I too slowly to be of, use f others are i invited. their fourth annual BAZAAR at came when he. revealed an ex following employees: .

: be brought inside should be banked I I for either compost or mulch. The > 5:30.Aunt: I citing new development in the Thirty Year Employees ; \
i with earth for a foot or two. leaf of the camphor has been j that spirits of camphor has when and Uncle Mistletoe will rayon field. He noted that through E. E. Boner, J. H. LaChance. .
The more live wood we can save found to be actually detrimental used medicinally.It turn a bare auditorium into a land Rayonier research a booming Twenty Year EmployeesLeo
on our tropicals the better and for these purposes, as it has a is time now, if it was not of enchantment with a Red i business is expected in this mar H. Franks, Sherman C. .
quicker bloom we will have next I I drying effect on anything it done in November, to prune crape- Carpet out for jolly Old Santa, a ket. Fullwood, 0. Nolan Johns,. Har- I
summer. Of course, it is a must touches, the very same effect I myrtles for shape, it being a sum "sidewalk cafe", and booths laden "Research has provided more ley H. Jones, Miles C. Jones, Edward
mer blooming plant that blooms with surprises for one and all. he McKendree.
for
I on new wood. While doing it, root has word of I launderability rayon,
Mrs. Santa Clause a said, "resulting in a near perfect Fifteen Year Employee : )kI W'.5Th
some of the trimmings as hardwood COME
advice for the Wee Folk: material for sheets, pillow cases, L. V. Lewis.
i HEADACHE NOT A DISEASE I cuttings for yourself, your EARLY AND TELL SANTA I towels, children's clothes, etc." Ten Year Employees .
friends, or for civic improvement.If WHAT YOU WANT FOR David Blacklock, C. E. Boles, ( 'w III Q W
He noted that this is considered
A headache is not a disease; it is a sjmptom. It reflects a I left unpruned, crape-myrtles I CHRISTMAS. He plans on riding I! Edward C. Campbell, Arthur C. .
disturbed state within the body. This may be precipitated by a I become tall and lanky, but on the j a big red fire engine to the Audi- a great development in the tex- Chaney, Oscar Hagan, Carl E. .,
number of, factors, fatigue, worry, improper eating, digestive other hand if pruned so that a '!t torium and all will want to see tile industry, that it is already Haselden, W. M. Hogan, WilfordD. .
upset, constipation, lack of sleep, overwork or high blood pres j vast amount of new growth is encouraged him make his grand entry! San- affecting the Rayonier mill at Holland, Arthur D. Johns, Der- ,
sure. [ the trusses of flowers :; ta's helper will stand by to snap. Jesup, Georgia, and will vitally rell Jones, Thomas H. King, Bil- ,
One of 'the most common forms of chronic headaches is will not be as large and the dense your picture if, you wish. affect the local mill. lie Joe Lee, Emily Lewellen, H.
known as "Migraine" or "sick headache". These headaches hare thick growth will encourage mildew t Italian Spaghetti Dinner will In conclusion Scofield praisedthe 'J. Mobley Joel C. Mott, Luther' Put yourself in this picture now

caused untold'suffering. I to which the crape-myrtle is I be served for.$1.25 for adults and competitive spirit of both the D. Mullis, Oscar 0. Odom, Elizabeth .t
I Under chiropractic care, relief has, been secured for many quite subject. Remember not to 50c for children under twelve. mill and the timber division and O'Hagan, Robert L. Pope, i
migraine and other chronic headache sufferers, quickly and ef I prune any spring'flowering shrub, Pie and coffee and candy and cited the fine safety record en- Wilmer Roberts, Andrew J.

: -cause ficiently.the This oen'ousi'stem.is because chiropractic. methods go to the root ''for buds- are now set. They are cookies will be available all even joyed by both. Sparkman, Charles A. Stein, .I get a low-cost Home Loan
.
; i pruned in spring immediatelyafter ing. There will be fun and games I Bryan Rauschert, resident man- :George N. Thompson.
Nerve irritation causes spasms rf certain blood vessels in blooming. for all : Cake Walk, Fish of the Fernandina division,
ages :ager Five Year Employees
the brain. This in turn causes congestion of blood, which
I cre- It is the best time to plant tul- Pond, Penny Toss, Country Store, of ceremonies for
acted master
ates the typical headache symptoms, pain on one side 01 the I as Craig Duey, Donald 0. Heafner,
Building or buying you're to
on :
head, nausea and disturbed vision. ips though they may be planted Money Tree and surprises galore.All the dinner and welcomed those in :Eugene Moore, William W. Thomas your way
: throughout the month. Seed hand made articles will sell at attendance. I Richard Thrift E. Jack
I' ] a home of your own, sooner than you think. :
I stores have taken the bulbs out cost of material.
j In his welcome address he Vann, Jessie H. Mixon. '
'' Hours I of cold storage and are holding Door prizes will be awardedtwo I' praised Rayonier employees for Southeast Timber Division See us for a Home Loan', 'reasonable interest :
k I them in refrigerators for daily I I of and .
lucky visitors: a flash camera] their contribution loyalty Twenty Year Employees
Mon., "'ed., Fri. I sale. Either plant immediately or and an electric can opener. High ; know-how toward the world's W. E. Kemp, Ralph N. Wood. rates. Repayment arranged in install- :
place them in your own refrigerator I lights of the evening will be the 11 largest producer of chemical cel- Fifteen Year EmployeesH.
? :
t' 9.12 & 2.6 ments sized to income. Fast service.
{ if there is to be a delay of drawing for the $100 U. S. Savings lulose. J. Belcher, W. F. Miller, Jr., friendly t
r 11 131 Kings Street several days or ,.more in planting. Bond, silver service, RCA,' S He noted that the year has ]Louis Peterson. .
These seedmen order from Holland transistor radio, Pflueger spin been a good one for the local div- Ten Year Employees
: Phone 729-5644 the variety of each color ning rod and reel, and a travel ision, citing the full-time operation Sparks P. Hix, Rees A. Sned-
which has proven: best for our alarm clock. since March, major improvements aker. Fernandina Federal{
Kingsland, GeorgiaDR. I climate and can."provide mixturesor Santa's Helpers have labored i which included the new Five Year Employees

?o separate colors. While these II long and hard making all, the sale I long log chipper, and the mill's Stanley R. Bunch, John P. Col-
bulbs will probably not carryover articles: luncheon sets, jewelry fine safety record which is nearing i son, Clinton E. Harris, Billy S. &
C. R. CROCKER DR. T. A. OWEN II for a second year of bloom, the 2 working years mark. ]Martin\ Mary T. Michael, Ollie Savings Loan, Assn.
they are very little higher in I Rauschert presented Ernest DaI, :.ee Trails.

price than banded annual plants I Lions Discuss vis, manager of the Southeast' Other guests recognized by 202 Atlantic Avenue
Kingsland Chiropractic Clinic and really not an extravagance : Timber Division, who gave a Rauschert were B. W. Haskell, .
i for those who have a hankering number of facts and figures on ; resident manager of the Jesup division eC
'e. -::. ,_ for tulips. Plant' : them eight or Proposed Projects the tremendous quantity of wood I ; W. T. McDaniel, South- t

t "Associated with Owen ChiropracticClinic ten inches deep and about six : I now being used by the Fernan- --- ---.----- ---- - --- ..
inches apart. Full' sun or very I: dina and Jesup divisions. '
of Jacksonville"
:Meeting! in regular session
|light shade is ,satisfactory for I Tuesday evening at Seaside Inn, I Davis told of the new long log I'
them. I operation undertaken recently and
Lions held a round table discussion
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, the fine cooperation between the .
of proposed projects for the I I j' :
club in lieu- of the regular pro- .mill_and _the timber division !inmaking I
I the necessary changes in ,
; '. I' gram.Kasley Thomas was.inducted asa operation for the innovation. I :

DAILY SPECIAL i i new member by Carson }IcI I Among his figures was the
Kendree, chairman of the induction I i' fact that the local mill, in its first I -
I committee. Dick Bennett discussed full year ,of operation, chipped xsoroL .
I !'1160,000 cords in 1940. This year,

I Lunch. 97 c. Dinner | planned Kiwanis briefly-between members.the the A softball full Lions report game and),be he chipped.said, over 280,000 cords will .


I. Choice of Meat 3 Fresh VegetablesAll Home Cooked J JB I will Included"be given in at the the next'meeting.discussions. I that Another the timber impressive division figure will sup-was : : Portal t

i i ply approximately 840,000 cords .
were an attendance contest and
Deviled Crabs the annual Christmas party. Details -,; this year to the Southeast operations .
A
Specialty I on each will be announced. !'I The total figure since the .
I Ben Clarke I I beginning; of Southeast activity, .
president, presided
OUR SECRET RECIPE J| and John McClane led the group I he sajd, is 9,508,000 cords. .
.t singing. I This required 95 million trees, LIGHTEST BRIGHTEST BEST :

I :7 1 Home Made chiliFAST f| |I rhe.continued.the beginning of operations .t Just 12 pounds of pleasure.This General, Electric puts a perfect Of course. This great new TV ..
Fredrick Anderson
i I he said, 150,000,000 trees smartly-styled lightweight is Tay1iht Blue picture into a idea was designed by Gi. engineers :
If COURTEOUS i Promoted To I have been planted on company really portable-truly sersBsalUse neat 60 square inches UIT for YOU. The finest com .
CIA SERVICE'I {' [land, which today totals '650,000 it anywhere and everywhere diagJ. brings you a brighter, ponents assented with!!modem, .
; I inside or out: takes little more sharper dearer image than ever reliable electronic wiring. ;
'{ Specialist 4th Class acres in Northeast Florida and table space than your telephone! before. .

I Golden Sands l' Southeast Georgia. Eight to ten I book. EASY ;
f Fredrick; Anderson stationed million trees are now planted t TERMS ,
I I with the army at Ft. Benning, ,each year, he concluded. I ,
3$ ON THE OCEANFRONT X Ga. has been promoted to the : Rauschert next presented Fred i
rank of Specialist fourth class.i j jB.i Doherty, general manager of / FIVE POINTS GROCERY AND! HARDWAREFIVE
< He is a member of the 11th!''the Southeast Cellulose Manufacturing -

# c ;Air Assault Division at Fort I with offices in Jesup. POINTS PHONE 2615205r
.. Bennin I
before .
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. j lire! Four N'ews-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday'l December 5, 1963 f t .'
.. ;i Mrs. W. T. Woos Mamie Mills Circle Mrs. L. K. Nolan Miss Helen Filtz


1t t ,Homemakers' Class I I Hostess For Annual Recounts The.Nati.vit.Y Presents 'Born To Recounts World Trip I I

: t .At 5 Points Baptist :, Md N vembet-l : Christmas Luncheon At Meeting Mo'nday f fJ' Make Men Free - At Sorority Meet :7 i


Holds Meet Tuesday y t I'! Mrs. W. T. Waas was hostessto The Mamie Mills Circle of the The Edna Davis Circle met I the Alpha Delta Kappa sorority -

the annual Christmas luncheonof Woman's Society of Christian Monday at..the home of Mfs. E. P. held its regular monthly meeting j

The December meeting of the ., the Shirley Ledford Circle Service Memorial Methodist Davis Sr.Prior November 26 at the home of

I Homemakers' Sunday school class I {( $ 4 Monday: morning at her Atlantic Church, met on Monday after. to the business meeting, I Mrs. Ross Libby.A .
of the Five Points Baptist Church ':9;; wwgto'wrawsa Avenue home. December 2 in the home bf II'
: y ar i ii ir noon, refreshments were served by the buffet dinner Was served by
I! was held Tuesday evening at the i Mrs. Oris Higginbotham presented Mrs. H. R. Willis with Mrs. P. 1>. ;gx hostess. Chairman Mrs. W. W. : hostesses, Mrs. L. H. Stewart

:Clinch Drive home of Mrs. Curtis the devotion, entitled I I Mills, co-hostesses. Nine members Stewart Jr. opened the meeting Mrs. J. C. Harper, Mrs. LonftieHollingsworth

Bass.' "Peace." Mrs. W. C. Owens prevented enjoyed tea from van attractive with prayer and welcomed the 131 and Mrs. Libby.

: :'Mi1( Bass gave the devotion, : 12fl an interesting program on Christmas table. I members present. j I Miss Helen Filtr, a Ililliardelementary

\ I, taken 'from Luke and John. She the life of Dr. J. B. Rankin. The Devotion, based on the Mrs. L. K. Nolan presented the ; school teacher, was

read the "Christmas Story," and /t Mrs. Ted Wallace, children's Nativity Story, was given by ." : rtl spiritual life, program, entitled, guest speaker for the promm.

concluded with prayer. yf >iifh home chairman, reported that: Mrs. D. 0. Oxle TIlE CEST-IN-SHOW AWARp "Born to Make Man Free." "New She used slides and narrated her

'The business meeting was pre '. Christmas gifts for a 6 year old I The Missionary Education pro- at the Rose Garden Club flouer 1 Ministry in the New World," was experiences during her recent trip

sided.over by Mrs. George Smith. II / boy from the Jacksonville Children's gram, given by Mrs. R. E. Phinney '' show, "No Richer Gifts,"'wenl. I['to given by Mrs R. B. Lockwood for around the world with a teachers'

The year books were presented to Home had been collected. I consisted of the reading of I Mrs H. J. Scoficld for her entry the missionary life portion of the group.
the class by Mrs. Harold Key- The circle received a letter : article by missionary in Korea :, .I fcdenfieid
an in, the 'Frankincense and' program. i i i'I i President Mrs. W. H.
nolds and Mrs. Neil Drake. It from Missionary Shirley Ledford ;: taken from "The Methodist '' announcements I the and
i meeting
: 1 Myrrh" class was annonncM that the Christmas i from Peru, S. A. telling of her I I Woman" and another article from of blooms stressing the., 'I were made i the January meeting i iI 'passed i, year books outo the
social will be held in the Re. (Rife, work and family. The circle entitled!
i "The World Outlook" motif of clasped hands. t I will be held at the home of Mrs. members. I
|creati ij:Center Lounge Dec. 13. : voted to make a donation towarda "Concern for Today's Children." j Cranford the W.S.OS. meetingis i attended.
i I ; Approximately 13 II
f Christmas basket and to .
Mrs.Clayton Easterling and re- I I II
Circle Chairman Mrs. J, W.i December 9 at 8
set for
I member I p.m. I The is set for
r ''Mrs. Drake H the circle's shut-ins ati next meeting
| were appointed to the
planning committee. Christmas. Hiers, presided over the business in the Parish Hall; the Annie December 17 at Callahan I
meeting. Brown Circle will be in chargeof
f Mrs. David Hull and Mrs. I Mrs. Pike of Rushville, Indiana Members were urged to attend the Christmas Tea with pro- ,

i Leonard Lyons will be in charge was introduced as a visitor and I the general meeting of the W.S.- gram arrangements on the topic Mrs. David Golden I

'of the entertainment and have Mrs. W. H. Sims was welcomedas I C.S. on Dec. 9th at 8:00 p.m. Mrs. "If We had been in Bethlehem" | Hostess To Baptist

.begun work on a Christmas play a new member. After members I Exteen Corbett will be in chargeof to' be handled by Mrs. Exteen I
I f be the r exchanged hand-made gifts, luncheon I Class At 5-Points
to presppiH by classmembers' the program, "If We Had Been '; : Corbett.
was served and PresidentMrs.
[ children. S I In Bethlehem," and the Annie The meeting, was closed after a
J. C. Mottayaw dismissed :t .
The Faithful Followers
The meeting was closed! with Brown Circle will be hostess for moment of silent prayer and the Sunday
I-J the meeting with a prayer. school class of the Five Points
.prayer by Mrs. Smith. The hostess II the Christmas Tea circle bgnedic on.
Wr. Baptist Church met Tuesday
served refreshments. Present
Mrs. fliers announced that the
Mrs. J. S. Mixon at the home of Mrs. David
evening
were: Mrs. Norman Ogilvie, Mrs. I annual tea at Brewster Methodist x Rev. I
:George Smith, Mrs. Hull, Mrs. Celebrates 90th Hospital will be the afternoon :'of i lmme: man: Golden. .

''Claude Wingate Mrs. Reynolds, 3: I Dec. 8th. Also that the January r k, Guest'Speaker At The devotion was presented ,by
,Mrs Easterling, Mrs Drake, and Birthday With the hostess. Refreshments were
!, Party meeting of the Circle will be with '' > :
'Mrs. Bass."Humphreys. Mrs. D. 0. Oxley with Mrs. Mary : Tri-Hi-Y Meeting served during the business meet. .
| Mrs. J. S. Mixon of Waresboro, Ament as cohostess.Mrs. ing. Mrs. James Nunez has been
Memorial Ga. celebrated her ninetieth birthday I The Tri-Hi-Y Club met Tuesday -I appointed social chairman.

MR. AND MRS. THOMAS H. KING Sunday at the home of her Hiers brought the meetingto ; .1 night at the Recreation Center Mrs Tommy Carter closed the
I a close with a timely poem for for its December !I
f :Woman's Auxiliary Miss Elizabeth Ann Fullwood, daughter S. 7th, St Mrs. J. C. Hazelwoodon this busy season, "This Old ;':':':::: :'.'Y' :" 7':':: > :'''':: President Sue Selph meeting.I presided,1 meeting in prayer.

"To Meet World" which advises us all to ..:;.,... ,.... ... :. LiRUNNERUP i Those attending were: Mrs.
TuesdayThe daughter of !Ir. and Mrs Sherman -I.Rose Circle Has Mrs. Mixon was born at Manor '.......:.:..::-::..:..'. Mary Cleland gave the devotion ,,
slow down and remember to smile, : Carter Mrs. Parker Mrs. Clyde
Fullwood, was united in Georgia, December 1, 1873. and the members sang, "Onward j i ,
Woman's Auxiliary tp I marriage to Mr Thomas II. Kingon Christmas MeetingAt She is the mother of nine living and the circle benediction. i I in the flower i I Christian Soldiers.!' .* Hickox, Mrs. Nunez, and Mrs.
Humphreys Memorial Hospital I show recently held In the Key-
Saturday afternoon, November
children, thirty-seven grandchildren I Rev. Don Himmelman, pastor;, Golden.
will hold its December meetingat 16, Chester Baptist Church. Sahlman HomeThe and several Christmas Tea stone Hotel was the presentation I of the Prince of Peace Lutheran !II'

3:30 p.m. Tuesday in the high I The ,Rev. Harrison Touchton, dren. great-grandchil.1 of Mrs. L. E. Sellers, of 'I' Church, was guest speaker. He'':
schdol dining room. I pastor, performed the double ring Rose Garden Club met Set Monday At the Camellia Garden Club for i I' a
Sunday thought-provoking
: .A' Christmas tea will be served I ceremony at four o'clock. Monday at the with home of Mrs. bers of friends and relatives surprised I WSCS- MeetingThe her invitational arrangement in'the .I gave speech, "Would very You Make a Good Cooper's LaundryCoinOperated
Sahlman Mrs. B. F.
Harry class called "How About '
is the of : "
after the business meeting. The bridegroom son Mrs. Mixon with a birth. Mate? At the conclusion of his
All members are urged to attend I Mr. and Mrs. Oley 0. King, Sr. f Woolsey cohostesses.The and Mrs.. Newt. Robertsas day party. Arrangements of flow Woman's Society of Christian That! talk, he passed out a list of the

Mrs. Margaret Harris presented ers and many other gifts were Service will hold its program points covered in his speech so
a program of nuptial musicat I lovely Sahlman home, with presented to her; refreshmentswere I and business meeting Monday I.I.I Misses Judy Sheffield and Mary 1 that each Tri-Hi-Y member could' Laundry and Dry

Herbert Bowers, son of Mr. the piano. Mrs. Harrison its "Gone With the Wind" atmosphere served. I evening, December 9, at 8 p.m. in I Ellen Harvey were driven home make a self evaluation. ,;

and Mrs. H. M. Bowers, spent the Touchton was soloist and sang : was aglitter with Mrs. Mixon spends time in Parish Hall. I'by Judy's mother Mrs. Lois Sheffield A Thanksgiving Basket was' Cleaning
"Because," and "Romance." I Christmas decorations, the focal Fernandina Beach each with Mrs. Exteen Corbett will be in I :
Thanksgiving: holiday with his year from Andrew Junior Collegein given to a needy. Work has been
parents. Large white baskets of chrysanthemums J point being the dining table with the Hazelwoods and with another charge of the program entitled, I Cuthbert, Ga. where they started preparation of a similar Mrs. Doris Howard,
and gladioli were its gay centerpiece and delicious daughter, Mrs.'Ocie'' Denham. Two "If We Had Been in Bethlehem." basket' for Christmas. The Manager14th

: used on each side of the altar to refreshments. of her grandchildren, Mrs. Anna ,I The Annie Brown Circle will are students. Mary Ellen spent members p1an'to attend the Catholic

I I GIVE provide a lovely setting for the After the guests had been ser Dean Stilwell, and James Curtis be hostess for the Christmas tea the holiday with her parents, Mr. I Church as a group on Dec. & Beech Streets

wedding party. ved, there was a short business Mixon, are also local residents. l following the meeting. I I I and -Irs. R. C. Harvey. 'ember 1 15. .' '

The bride had as her matronof meeting at which time Mrs. Mable ." -, ,-
CARAVELLEan :
honor and only attendant her Milton was welcomed into the clubas I .a. I
.-/
,
sister, Mrs. Randolph Brewer., a new member. Mrs. B. B. Wil '
It giveQUALITY dress of taffeta had her her mother _,
you She wore a gold son as guest '"
.
complemented with a small gold Mrs. Nora N. West of Jacksonville :; ;: ..

.. .. 1i hat with nose veil, and gold slip and Mrs. Robert Askins PARTIN'St: : :. : ,:.

I pers. She carried a bouquet of brought as her guest, her aunt, I '.-." ,,>!fJ". ,,
,
,
'. red carnations. Mrs. E. Y. Graves, of Savannah, ESTABLISHED 1878 ...'. ., .. >:...r i,;:;; .,

Oley 0. King, Jr. served as .'.' .
(; '
Ga.Of Atlantic Avenue Phone 261-4241 :
best man for his brother and special interest to the club I .

-.t Randolph Brewer was usher. was a letter from the city manager I .r

Given in marriage by her David M. Gatchel. It was j f;. ; .
4 father, the bride chose for her in answer to a letter written by ; rye "

i iI ij i wedding a street length dress of Ket-i' . ,
c.r past president, Mrs. Ray M ,
j I j sky blue brocade taffeta,,- featuring :chum, asking that something bei, .. r. ea r e : \ y4 ;j, .. I
s C) a matching lace jacket Designed done. about the' dilapidated houses i\ ....__'A. !.. I
: with rounded neclqine and in the 800 block of Eighth Street'Mr. : .4' '. '

: short sleeves. Her hat was a pill Gatchel wrote: "When I1 I } rS .
box of silver tulle and maline. I + \ .
arrived in Fernandina Beach your I '
I : She wore silver slippers and carried I letter of March 4th, 1963, concerning I'' CT' : c?
of t c "
crescent bouquet pink
a !I the vacant houses in the t .. I
carnations. Her ornament
SHOCK RESISTANT only 800 block of South Eighth Street, ,
strand of ... .
was a single pearls. j '
e t Tk' was called to my attention. Much | / e .. ,
the --
Immediately following ceremony I
effort has been expended on the .
held in the {:
a reception was
,
I I part of the City and excellent cooperation -
Conference Room at th'e Recreation -4
has been received from I j .:
.
Center. I ...,
ei fl !
the property owners. These g'r .I ar,,
I Fullwood chose for her

toWAT :I navy daughter's Mrs.blue'wool wedding dress, a worn becoming with i iI I II buildings being moved"are .in the process of I :t. p rr n :

bone accessories and blue I II An interesting program followed I
I a navy .1Ji'.. .... $.... ;
,
I I hat. Her corsage was of red rosei i "entitled, "Traveling in Beauty f.t.t'JA'; W'.f.t-; l' \ .<{1-t'tVt.x.o> ;, .. :.Jf.f.:.: :. .- .
Hall
presented by Mrs. Cecil '
>RPROOF* I buds.Mrs. mother of the bridegroom and Mrs. Ray Ketchum. It was a'I' .. ..Jf l' I '; .' tf' l J 'Jt..
\
1 King, # 7f1 4: e.I : {t t: ;: ,
71'
;
chose a navy blue silk resume of their European trips ;I .T. '. .
I last through the. f-.n wa/
spring as seen '
dress. She
J wore navy accessories i
and of white eyes of flower lovers. Beautiful I I
i a cqrsage roses. .
: Linda i colored slides of famous gardens, I iI'
Miss served
e 0r i Stephens
cake and Mrs. Marshall Fullwood buildings and scenes gave a very S-- :

T 1 i j presided at the punch bowl. Mrs. realistic idea of the magnificent Oiit .
I
i
e :'Junior Conner kept the bride's glory of Europe's horticulture in d.t/1M4 :

book. '. the spring. Amusing anecdotes i : ;{ :; 1 .
,
.e !I Following their return from a and bylines by Mrs. Hall and j
( wedding trip to Asheville North Mrs. Ketchum added to the interest
I'f b )
'the first low-cost 'Carolina and the Smoky Mountains of the program. l with d sleigh-full ofARROW .5' r

I Mr. and Mrs. King are After the program, a social .
Quality watch j making their home at 430 South hour followed at which time gifts :* .

!17th Street were exchanged by the membersof : tt. .

f Mr. King is employed at the club. ; .'
Ray- ,
MIMCISS.Classic design! plus the SUlloIna I l., : 6..
of shock-iesisUnt construction. Pre- onier Inc lie served three years The next meeting will be Mon : ': ., j
.
cision-cwclcd movement JU.SJ in the U. S. Army, with two years day evening, January 6th, at r t. I I' .

SKIFF, Distinctive styling plus rugged I spent in Japan. eight o'clock at the home of Mrs.
stioci-rtslstint construction. Precision- John Seitz, with Mrs. Robert ( :
Jeweled movement $10.15
WHITE SHIRTS
Askins as co-hostess.
The James
% See Our Complete Webers

'CARAVELLE Selection! Plan Reception For Monday MeetingSet / filled with man/ smart collar stylff' ( r< r, whit A witcomi shi'arrival! So nonjr
II' } cellar tytafor '
Silver gift.
Anniversary For Temple 7 many fine fabric s...for every man on your list q q dignifid. or dashing Dods, r our
.Robison Jewelr]' 1 Mr. and Mrs. James W. Weber Pythian Sisters *b "ether hell,M e rilatht, a frUiut, :
wish ,,f tiy end every typ cf moral U fin*
to that .
: announce they will x vb a' quality cotton broadcloth, oxford,
Atlantic Avenue i be celebrating their silver wedding The Pythian Sisters of TempleNo. .: '\ t'.,.' .' -_' ; tr.' o .: !: wash end wear fabrics! Including
:
I .-USE OUR LAY-AWAY I anniversary December 6 at 7 will meet Monday at 7:30 .; r_ '; '.",:'.'" ,:; ,4 ; 4. blind,..ooch shirt with tilt Arrow
PLAN i a reception to be held at the Ri- |i p.m. in the Masonic Temple. .' s".w i "- C0fttour4alorng! that ftitvril ptrfafft. .

.N i bault Lions Club in Jacksonville. District Deputy Grand Chief !' -. :... 'I "$Gllfor .d," of tcvrw! I

.*W....COSt ttyitol oxj crow en Wott PM IDI.", Friends are invited to call be- { Josephine Trice will\ make an official -'r' slI "1 A. ARROW TABBER: of fine
i tween 7 and 9 p.m. visit at that "time.y ;; a quality cotton broadcloth.,New
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j .ti M.WqMMMWttMtt\ 1\\\4 4 r M r y V i 4 ( i a)b 1i : r Uk (o keep U smoothly in
line. ........ .. |ISO
I : Christmas \ o' B. ARROW DRAKE ,
Magic"i: /
/ # Soft, medioni'spread collar;
conventional length .
? & ,, French Cults .......__.point..._._ p." ,
and
& Lighting decoration contest sponsored by the Magnolia :::=::- \

',l;; Qarden Club and the Florida Public Utilities C6. Open to all ...r ,,,,, C. ARROW WHIP .
.
.. eotto .
...... e -r Wash and wear loner, a
residents aW
of Amelia Island. v' / $ Soil, short-point collar; convertible
g : \ caffs. .. ........_. MM
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NAME v \ Is +
e % ._ e D. ARROW CORDON DOVER
: BO: of oxford >..eave cotton.
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4 ADDRESS e Butlon-dowa soft collar style with
( a e .,J, 7F e medlum-lenctli points. ...._ 'S."
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; .ii. BARMO.VIZIVQ ARROW. TIES
-I; a and HANDKERCHIEFS: -
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CLASS: (Check one) ir* Ties in polka dots, foulards,
i t stripes solids novelties, motif
.e 1. ENCHANTED1NDO'S_ commercial windows ( ) d types. from '1.M
.; # 2. HOLIDAY HOUSE .
entrances of homes ( ) J Handkerchiefs
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/ News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursday, December 5, 1963 Page Five
Astronaut Alan Bean Is Guest SpeakerAt
r
To Wed Li. Kittrell
; ,. I Miss Rachel Annette Jacobs To Wed Susan. and Bustet. Bailey _returned Miss Sharon Gough returned
. - MiNtJily Meeting of Woman's Club .. i .. > Sunday to Georgia Bouthern Sunday by plane to Brevard,. N.fC. .
John Lively Burgess On December 15 and Stetson University respectively I : aRer spending Thanksgiving
I I after spending the';'here with her parents Mr. and
Lt. Alan LaVern Bean, one of Birdie Wood, a charter member! The wedding of Miss Rachel r Thanksgiving holiday with their 'Mrs. R. M. Gough. Miss Gough is:

the group of fourteen newly I of the Fernandina Beach Wo i I Annette Jacobs, daughter of Mrs.: Stork Club parents, }.fr. and Mrs. Burns Bai I'now a member of the ff.skDau
selected astronauts, was the guest i i mans' Club was recognized. She Laverne Jacobs of this city, to I ley. class at Brevard Junior C '1ege.'
.. speaker at the Wednesday after-: I will celebrate her 90th birthday John Lively Burgess: will be sol- t
.,{ y v ys.q noon meeting of the Femandina I Friday. emnized Sunday afternoon, December Recent arrivals at Humphreys : Miss Mama Townsend spent Miss Jane Digby and Terry:
A i Beach Woman's Club held in the I After a short business meeting, 15 at four o'clock at the Memorial Hospital: i Thanksgiving i here with her l patents McKendree were home from Abraham

.r. :a krF :;. Woman's Club Building. : Mrs. Sellers announced that fot First Baptist Church.Mr. I A daughter, Kathy Lynn, born I Mr. and Mrs.. R. E. Townsend. Baldwin College fot a
,
the the the at the January meeting -
Prior to
program, mem program Burgess is the son of Mr. November 17 Nanette and Joseph visit with their
to She is & student at Georgia Thanksgiving
J
school Americanism II
the text
welcomed high -
bers to tea by
were a and Mrs. Homer of i
a receiving line' of new members. vs. Communism would be i Burgess Che Bryan Rt. 2 Box 1S5A. Southern in Sutesooro, Georgia. parents, )Ir. and Mr.& Thomas
rokee .
,, Chairman of the tea arrange. reviewed by Assistant High! North Carolina.No I A son, Toby Lee, born November I Digby and )fr. and Mrs. Carson
ao. & } tents was Mrs. Ben Sorensen.In i School Principal Bob Stover. i i invitations are being sent I 18 to Margaret and David Mr. and Mrs. James Malone :McKendree.
: ;..," Y' charge of the refreshment Members were reminded of the'but all friends and relatives are Haymen, No. 18 Kraft pillage and son Mickey, of Jesup, Ga.
: the Thanksgiving weekend Terry Babb home to spend
; was
r
r w v table were, Mrs. George Davis I I club's choral program which Is to i, invited to the ceremony and re I I A son, Alan Lee, born NovemIber spent
with Mr. and Mrs. Oris Thanksgiving weekend with hiS
:
s. .y b ,';Y and: Mrs. R. S. Adler. .,be presented as a gift to the j jcommunity i ception to follow immediately in I 21 to Marilyn and James I botham. Mr. Malone Is the Higgin-I parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert

.> ; N. f., President, 'Mrs. J. C. Bennett I.1 December 17. .I j I the Social Hall of the church.Miss Lewis, 211 S. 3rd St. I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. M&lone of :Babb. He returned Sunday to
> opened the meeting with an observance Upon request of Scholarship!I I
y I Fernandina Beach. Florida State
of one minute of silent I, Fund Chairman, Mrs. R. W. Gal- A son, Bradford Ray, born I _--_ ___University._ 4
meditation in remembrance of 'chin i LT Bean consented to draw i Kathleen DavisHostess November 24 to Sybil and Ray

.y i ..ii'Mk I the late President John F. Ken the names of the prize-vrsnners Tuesday To Goolsby, Rt. 2 Sadler Road.
Y :,. nedy. The program was then for watch 'give-away'. Mrs. J. C.
; A son, Darryl Eugene, born
7 .y: -i ;r ow turned over to Musc Chairman,I I Motttyaw, Jr. won the ladies' Edith Flood Circle Ilan Theatre
November 25 to Ardath and William
r Mrs. A. C. Mclnnis who introduced watch and Walter Murry, "the j 4

:,:a..:;y; ,', :..:,, Don Collins minister of music !men's. 'I The Edith Flood Circle of the : Harden, 2010 Beech St. Phone 261-4849 C. E. Beach, Mgr.(

y' for the First Baptist,Church. Collins ''I'Methodist Memorial Church met I 4,
-
;v ;y '' led the club in singing Magnolia Garden at the home of Miss Kathleen .

; 'Christmas carols. Davis Tuesday. Miss Bobby Stoker PersonalsFriends Saturday and Sunday
., .: .::af'a : ;Y%' Mrs. D. K. Newsome gave a Club Discusses"Christmas I I was the co-hostess. .

:,.:' Christmas devotion after which The meeting was brought to 2:30&7:30
.. '?. Magic"The of Miss Peggy Futch 'fI
y ; ; Mrs. L E. Sellers, 1st vice president order by Mrs. W. L. Lay, the will be interested to know she .
w. ;, $ introduced Lt. Alan Bean. November meeting of the' chairman. A devotional, "Bethle I
x. -' left Wednesday for Titusvilfe j
I ..::. Lt. Bean showed a film Concerning ; I Magnolia Garden Club was held : hem, Two Weeks Later' was where she is making her home. 1 OYS IN THE ATTIC'DEAN
; .,, first the pne-man orbit I November 26 in the home of Mrs. I resented by Mrs. L. A. Phelps.I
;, ;,, : into space; then the Anpllo, or 2 II Robert Gray with Mrs.. Gilbert The ten members attending the Mr.. and Mrs. Charles Kelleyof MARTIN .. :.

Q.r,a$ man flight was e.P lamed. He Vizcarrondo as co-hostess. I meeting reported making 12 visits Liberty, S. C., spent the GER I,DINE. PAGE
4'y then discussed plans for the | Thanksgiving holidays with her ,
I A most interesting program I during the previous month. -----
z Gemini 'project to be began in I entitled, "Christmas Magic," featuring -, Mrs. Don Brown presented an i i I parents, Col. and Mrs. E. V. Garcia 4:18: & 9:18: :

.n 1964.The many lovely holiday decorations I inspirational reading as a part of at 1840 Highland Drive. .
latest selection of astro 1 ,was presented to the the Missionary Education. '
Friends of James E.
a 3 nauts will be 'trained in, preparation Mrs. Bryant "TWICE TOLD TALK"VINCENT
x. for Project Apollo which group by Gray. I Following the benediction, the will regret to hear that his condition -
Plans for the Christmas light- hostesses served refreshments to remains serious. He was .
man
the I
deals with |
putting on PRICE :,
moon in 1968. Selection criteria ing contest were the highlights those in attendance."If confined to Humphreys Memorial .
I of the business meeting. Delicious I
f required that astronaut candi- Hospital last weekend following Technicolor
.. dates, in order to qualify, must: i refreshments were served to the time heals everything, try,I a heart attack. He is not allowed '...
I thirteen memoers present. i sitting\ it out in a doctor's office." to have 'visitors at
Colonel and Mrs. Harold Glenn music in 1952 in Bamberg, Germane Be a United States citizen; ., I --- ------ -- -- -- -- __ present._______ _____ ____ __ u __ __ ___ -- --
Quackenbush, of Fort Wainwright,I i Have been born after June 30, :

Alaska, have announced the engagement Lieutenant Kittrell, a graduateof 1929, so as not to have reachedhis v };J t'I };J t'I t'I
x
34th birthday before the deadline : x >ti >t !<
of their daughter, Glen-, Camden County High School,
da Irene, to Second Lieutenant I Woodbine, Georgia, received his for application .Be six, --- 'vT

James Daniel Kittrell, Jr., son of I Bachelor of Sciences degree from feet or less in height Have ,
bfy. and Mrs. James Daniel Kit the University of Georgia in earned a degree in engineeringor +t fa

I trell of Fernandina Beach. 1963. He was commissioned in the physical science Have ac t. GIFTS c r? GIFTS and morel GIFTS forI
I The bride elect, a graduate of United States Air Force in August quired 1,000 hours jet pilot time, ,
and is or have attained experimental
now studying throughthe .
Killeen! Texas High School, attended A
[ -
Air Force Institute of Technology flight test status through the + .y
college at Texas Christian I Texas A&M He Armed Forces, NASA or the air- ac ; x m.
at College. ,
,
.. f ,
I University in Fort Worth, Texas was born in Fernandina Beach. craft industry, and fce recommended >0"' %"'"'. (- ,,'} !; '. <.. :... .
yo"
M J. ct. k
; and the University of Georgia in I He was a member of the Arnold by his present 'organ- ; {.'<' t ,.. :" ; ..... :;.\, ".V' f..t i', .'
i Athens. She accompanied her par. I i. Air Society, serving as Cl Area ization. '0 ":-: = .t, '
ents to Alaska' in August and is Commander, and was Commander I Bean is presently serv \ r H"i i JJ i;;
currently enrolled in the University I of the Air Force Drill Team at ing with Attack Squadron 172 .. .
.
.
,
.
, of Georgia Correspondence the University of Georgia.The at the Naval Air Station, Cecil i;:>>::/ (t-,. 2 ...).:*,..r1t.r.v.::.:;'*''i'(, j!;':, <" 'V! .. '

I Course of Study. A member of wedding is being plannedfor Field, Florida. He was born in T .

J Iu. Phi Epsilon Sorority, Miss, January 19G4, in Fairbanks, Wheeler, Texas, March 15, 1932. F
Quackenbush began her study of I Alaska.now His parents, Mr. and Mrs. ArnoldH. ., .' -
Bean, live at 3100 Bellaire .< .
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Drive West, Fort Worth, Texas. ,
You'll Find Ideas b'M
being received. The main object Gifting Galore. P
Amelia Chapter'UDCToMeet of the Children's Chapter is His father is with the Soil Con | 0 ; r '
servation Service there. Bean re
.
to instill in them a pride of an .
ceived his high school diploma
/r With Mrs. WilsonThe cestry and to further the studyof from Paschal High School in Fort Our Store. a -
history in our schools. Throughout ,
n' ,
I Worth in 1950 and a bachelor of y, ., ..
/ Amelia Island Chapter of science degree in Aeronautical ...
the United Daughters of the Confederacy -I Allyson I Flenniken l Engineering/ from the Universityof *: 1Ilh

will hold a regular meeting I Texas in 1955 and was com is
t ONE STOP here will the x ;
: on Thursday, December 12th!I Mr.: and Mrs. Charles "Chuck"' missioned in the Navy that same provide answer to j'1 ,r

.. at 3:30: p.m. at the home of Mrs. Flenniken announce the adoptionof year in Austin, Texas. _

,i E.. P. Wilson, Jr., 105 N. 15th i a baby daughter, Allyson. Lt. Bean entered flight train.I i all your problems --- save time and steps by '. : .

Street; with Mrs. Carl Quattle-Jeanne i on December 4. AllysonI I ing at Pensacola, Florida in February ;: 1flI
baum as co-hostess. of 1955. He received his' .
/ | was born June 7, 1963.i shopping our wide selection
1 The Chapter is in the process wings in June 1956 and was assigned # +
of organizing a Children's Chap| She joins the Flenniken familj o to Attack Squadron 44 at I '.

ter in Fernandina Beach, and ap- with two brothers, Charles Jr., Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, 0 x

1 plications- for membership are age 4!-:, and Ted, eightvearsoldSuburban Florida as an attack instructor 1' B Special store hours from now until I Christmas.WWWB&toWMIBRB \ ., .
------ ----'I and pilot. From February 1960, J4. Vl
j until October I960 LT Bean attended [.;.\.
i '
I the U. S. Naval Test Pilot 4 .. 4 4, 4 4 4 4 1, 4 4 4 4 4 4 _. 4 ,4 !M ,
School at Patuxent River, Md. : b; b; 9 fi h b; 9 1 9 9 !9 S y s ? I 1 3 s1 j $ 5 ti 1 I r' 7 1 bdt 1/

I lIe then served as Project Test I
Pilot in the Services Test Divis

I ion of the Naval Air Test Center FOR MOTHER
.
/1 i I' until February 1963. He has attended fOA
1 ( the School of Aviation :ift
I Safety at the University of South i
; c ; ern California. From May to October Dresses Skirts Blouses AND BROTHER-.

,a : I of 1963 he served with Attack -|,

I Squadron 44 once again, this ,: Sweaters Coats Hose DRESS SHIRTS BY VAN HEUSEN
VVILLI time as a Replacement A-4 pilot. ,, . :

. i He reported to his present com j '
gjj MCGREGOR SPORT SHIRTS ::
I mand, Attack Squadron 172, on Shoes Lingerie x

DOq I 115 October 1963. In addition to Y ROBERT BRUCE & McGREGOR SWEATERS :
r ii I I his duties as an attack pilot, LT '

s' I ,, 'Safety I Bean: serves Officer. the squadron as By'Martha Manning, Kay Whitney, Pilot, ; SEWELL SUITS & SPORT COATS *;!

I'. ., I lIe has over 2300 hours of flying McGregor, Hummingbird, Claussner, f? VAN HEUSEN TIES & HANDKERCHIEFS t\\i\
time, including about 1800
Seam Prufe Artemis Lorraine Paddle & Saddle
hours in jet aircraft. He has ,
} ;? PIONEER BELTS HAGGAR SLACKS
flown over 31 types of aircraft : .
/ a and is an associate member of the & .
HANES & FRUIT OF LOOM UNDERWEAR
DyniJ-T mp' Society of Experimental Test tft

Pilots. FOR SISTER FLORSHEIM FORTUNE HUSHPUPPY SHOES ;
Lt. Bean is five-feet 9% inches ,

CombinationAir .. I tall, weighs 150 pounds, and has lh STEVENS HATS
brown hair and hazel eyes. His
I, wife is the former Sue Ragsdale, Dresses Gowns NegligeesBlouses
%
.
Conditionerand '. : i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. EdwardB. *

; Ragsdale of Dallas, Texas. The',
.. a Slim Jims Skirts
r" .: Beans have two children; Clay I II x
Gas I Arnold, 7; ((12-19-55): ); and Amy Handsome Samsonite r Luggage

HeaterIT I I The Sue, Beans born this presently year make((6-21-63)their). I 'i/! Pajamas Slippers 1!!

home at 4371 Water Oak Lane, For Every Member of The Family

HEATS IT COOLS IT USES GAS Jacksonville, Florida. By Bonnie Blair, Jr., Jollie Juniors,
The new group of astronauts is
Features: composed of two civilians, one Arlene Airess, Cinderella 1!:

Marine Corps officer, seven Air
Easy to install-in window or wall
t
BIG HOME FURNISHINGS DEPARTMENT
Force officers and four Navy of- tft- >

o Power-vented-needs no flue or chimney ficers. These men, all volunteers, i -
were selected from a .total of approximately For The Kiddies
Automatic-Both heating and cooling are thermostatically 500 volunteers from I .ayA.S.ALLAN'S Lovely Linen Sets BedspreadsDolls

controlled the military and 221, civilian ap;
Animals
The selection was the Cuddly
Economical-costs less to buy, install and operate than plicants. I Drapes Rugs
j I
third such announcement since f
separate heating and cooling unitsSafe America's manned "' flight l Sets
Games Paint
space
I
-burns no room air program was started in October I' ,. HANDSOMELY BOXED CANNON 0

Clean...Quiet... Pjjh Button Controls 1958.astronauts The seven were Project named in Mercury April j I AND A LARGE SELECTION_ TOYS ; GIFT SETS JJI'I

Electrical) Rating-115V.-12 omps-8500 BTU 1959 and nine more mere. 'selected a THAT WILL DELIGHT THE HEART j AND MANY, MANY MORE DISTINCTIVE .
in September 1962. Those men I
208V.-7H amps-9400 8TU most recently named will reportfor I OF ANY YOUNGSTER 2 GIFTS

230V.-r amps-9400 BTU duty and start their training 1 t

Gas Rating-20,000 BTU input for natural end IP-gases early in 1964, according to Astronaut ad
Donalt K. "Deke" Slayton, t
coordinator of astronaut activities

t SEE IT TODAY AT OUR SHOWROOM for Manned Spacecraft Center -i .
I and chairman of the 1963 As -
tronaut. Selection Committee 303 Atlantic Avenue Phone 261-3798

i Following his talk Lt Bean YOUR O SHOPPLNG
Suburban CENTER
SUBURBAN PROPANE held a discussion period during: YOUR
Propane FOR ALL CHRISTMAS BUYING
which he answered questions con; f. .

cerning his specific appointmentand .
GAS SERVICE
the personal reactions of
GAS SERVICE
himself and his family.
7 S. 7th St. Ph. 261-3661 1 ANYWHERE' The salute of the flag was then ; !

led by Mrs. F, H. Hobein. Miss. r

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,Page Six News-Leader,. Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursday, December 5, 1963
Nassau PrincipalsVisit

Air Force

\cademy At Dinner

Raymond Cough principal r
'I SHOP DOWNTOWNFor
1111 'Fernandina Beach High Schoo1

v and Robert E. Epting HiUian
principal were among a numbs ,
of Florida educators visiting th .'J.

Air Force Academy at Denver .
Colo., the first of the week. : '! : ': '
FO 40d i The principals left Sunda l' '
'
I morning by plane and return: All" :. .:; ,
I 'I I Tuesday night. While at the Aca YourChristmas ; ...;,.. '," '..
: ",,'
demy they were briefed by offic iJ;
era on the academic and athletic
4 'ynro' programs and on the point of ,"
admission and the type young
men being sought *
The visit was doubly interest
ing to Gough as a major in the
: Air Force Reserve. '
$ a :
p
Gifts .
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e A A ez / 12,382 CountyContinued


oVs ( from Page One) .

.I C 4M 1 v cr Wednesday F e rnandina i
Health C'inic 9:30: A.M.-
11:30 A.M. and 1:30 P. M.3:30
P. M.
Thursday Hilliard Health
THESE LINES OF NASSAU RESIDENTS waiting to receive the Type 1 Sabin Vac- Clinic 9:30: A.M. 11:30: A.M.
cine' in a mass immunization conducted in the county last Sunday, attest to the success Callahan Health Clinic 1:30 I II
of the program. Those pictured above were in line at the Fernandina Beach P.M. 3:30 P.M.
.Elementary School. Similar numbers were immunized at other elementary schools in Donations covered the complete.
.the county, bringing the total administered to during the day to 12,382. Follow-up cost of the first clinic and it i b "1
-clinics are being conducted countywide.PERSONALS. hoped the donations from the
January 19 clinic will cover the. ,
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cost for the March 1 clinic' Rue-

I Achievement NightSet ker concluded. 1rIi'i

December 12
I
For Nassau 4H'ersThe Dr. Bradford White ..
Fredrick Anderson SpA pres- Frank Hall and his daughter .
ently stationed at Ft. Benning I Pam, of Mobile, Alabama spent I :
Nassau Cooperative Extension (Continued from Page One)
taw jvill spend the weekend with the weekend with Mr. Hall's I f
Service will hold its
his family in Fernandina Beach. mother, Mrs. L. L. Hall. nual Achievement an- posed effective December 1, 19G3 i
Be will bring as his guest Sp.4 Night on and thereafter until the next
Allen Holbrook also stationed at Tommy Jones returned hom Thursday December 12 at 7:30 semi-annual meeting of the Boardin I :$ e ?
the Callahan School
at High
Ft. Benning. from South Georgia College at p.m. June 1964 at which time Dr.
WI Douglas to spend the Thanksgiving auditorium. White's eligibility to practiceshall
,. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Williams of holiday with his parents Mr. I.I Recognition will be given to be reconsidered by this i hR
Elkins, West Virginia arrived and Mrs. David A. Jones. 4-H Club boys and girls who have Board. I t
his week to spend December with done outstanding work. These 4- f W
"It is the order of the Board I *
their daughter, Mrs. R. N. Alday,I' Little Miss Pamela Jo Jones, H'ers will receive medals for that Bradford C. White, M. D., 1 I. E : t: .
and family. : daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold their achievements.The forthwith surrender his special II

Miss Nell Noyes has returnedto Jones of Jacksonville celebratedher program will feature Gor- narcotic tax stamp and that he :
her home in Savannah Ga. af first birthday Friday. Present don White, specialist with the shall not reapply for the same
ter spending a week here with I I for the occasion were her ma- Cooperative Extension Service at until further order of this Board. ji
her brother, Co!. E. P. Noyes. ternal grandparents, Mr. and Gainesville, and Jim Thomas, "Done and ordered by the Florida
I Mrs. Frank Durshimer of Fer chairman of the Nassau County State Board of Medical Exam
J. K. Freeman, Jr., who is at- nandina Beach. Also present was Commission. iners this '26th day of November,
tending Jacksonville University, her great aunt Miss Margaret I Leaders of the 4-H clubs will 1963."
the I' Durshimer of Brooksville.Mrs. '
spent Thanksgiving holiday
also receive recognition. The order was signed by Mar- Check Our
weekend with his Mr.
parents I .
jorieann H. Keebler, secretary to
and Mrs. Kelly Freeman Sr. Robert Babb and her 'ft.
daughter Kathleen visited recently Dr. Homer Pearson of the Board I
Mr. and Mrs. Linley Garrisonof with Mrs. Scott Alee, Mrs. New ShippingContinued of Medical Examiners in Miami. 1I I .. I'
West Hollywood former resi- Babb's mother, in Hampton, Vir Dr. White, who is the immediate -'II :
dents of Fernandina Beach were ginia. They also attended the ( from Page One) past chief of staff at Hum SpecialChristmas l :
visitors here for the Thanksgiving Homecoming and class reunion phreys Memorial Hospital here, '
holiday. festivities at Mrs. Babb's alma company plans to use all local has been on probation during the
'!II mater William and Mary College. longshoremen available to work time he has practiced here.
a Miss Ruth Bryant left Wednesday I the cargoes coming in and out of the
It has been revealed by
"to spend December with her Bobby Fussell returned home Fernandina and to supplementany Board of Medical Examiners that
sister, Miss Maymee Bryant of I from Georgia Southern to spend I labor t shortage from the the suspension from which he Shopping Hours
Atlanta Ga. who has had a prolonged -I the Thanksgiving holiday with ranks of longshoremen in St. I'has been on probation stemmed

illness. I his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L Mary's and Jacksonville. Having 'I from, unprofessional practices.,I
Fussell. made the necessary arrangements I while he was engaged in his pro- .
Jimmy McFarland. a student) at Un-
between the Longshoremen's
Chipola Junior College. spent I Miss Beth Saylor was home I ion of St. Mary's and Jacksonville fession Following in Orlando.the heating in MIami \ OPEN TO 6:00: P.M. DECEMBER 2 THROUGH DECEMBER 15

Thanksgiving in,: Fernandina from Southern Georgia College at I and Fernandina, the Fernan- on Nov. 15, Dr. White asked
Beach with his parents Mr. and I the dina Co. feels that it
Douglas to spend Thanksgiving Shipping for leave of absence from the
Mrs. II. J. McFarland. I I1tlr. holiday with her parents, Mr can meet any need for labor on medical a staff at Humphreys from FRIDAYS DECEMBER 6 i 13 20 TO 8:00: P.M.
MissSaylor's ,
the
and Mrs. S. W. Saylor, Jr. waterfront.
and Mrs. Newell Hays entertained Dec. 1, 1963 to July 1, 1964.
fiance, Lamar Park also i "Another fine feature of the

of'JIiiltard guests, Mr.as and Mr.their Mrs.Hays'Thanksgiving Mack parents Hays;,:I holiday.of Douglas Their was wedding her guest will for be the an ''fact newly that organized our local company longshoremen is the Jaycees Slate OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAYS, DECEMBER 4 -11 18

his sister, Mrs. Robert Hendricksand I I event of December 27th i may work in St. Mary's Kings

(ind-his her brother family, also L-Cpl.of Hilliard Carper; Ii Mrs. F. L. Tippins entertainedher I shortage Bay and of Jacksonville labor exists when there a, (Continued from Page One) OPEN 'TIL 8:00: P.M. DECEMBER 16 17 18 -19 20 21 23 24A.
daughters and sons-in-law }
and this new money will be I glass windshield wipers (and
.
Marine Base S. C. Mrs. N.HajaLjnother
Hays, ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Walker of | brought home to spend with local windshield washers), rear view
Mrs. Lola
Foley,
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. "
;
i merchants. mirror, and horn. .
'
bf Campbellsville Kentucky also Lee of Atlanta Ga. and | S., Allan, "
enjoyed Thanksgiving with them. Hugh of Captain Davis added that Ex- A "Safety-Checked" windshield ,' Firestone Beach Supply Mary K's. "...3', :
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Adams
sticker reassures owners their ,, -
teen Corbett, manager of the "
Ferpandina Beach; her son, Clay- checked foundin
Miss Patsy Malone returned Nassau Fertilizer and Oil Co., is vehicles were and
ton Tippins and his family of safe operating condition," Bailey's Gene's Mather of FernandinaMyer's
Sunday to Florida State Univer-I' to be commended for his effortsin
fcity..after spending the Thanks- Fernandina Beach; and her grand importing and utilizing his Mayor Johnson remarked. "Ve- .
daughter Diane and her husband
g1yin! "holiday with her parents, Jimmy of Fernandina Beach for dock and warehouse facilities for owners hicles found to have to be dangerous unsafe permit condi- Becker's : Pharmacy: Griffin's Jewelry'Hardee Dept. StorePartin's
Irra .Mrs. J. L Malone. I the importing and storage of .
-- Thanksgiving dinner. Mrs. Tip- tions corrected before they be-
Peruvian fish meal and that beis
..Jid! Brazell spent Thanksgiving pins returned Sunday with the i come a factor in a traffic accident -
i to be further commended for Bottom DollarBuccaneer Brothers
here with his parents, Mr. Lees to Atlanta to stay until his cooperation with the new Many motorists don't know
and Mrs. James A. Brazell and I Christmas. shipping company here in selecting they are driving cars that' en

his fcresently' brothers enrolled and as sisters.a student He at i is Jimmy Fox Jim Ewing and I them to stevedore their first danger ies, and their themselves community.their A famil-Safe- Bakery Hi-Fashion Dept. StoreLewellen's Robison Jewelry Co.Charlene's .
at his docks.
Mary Ann Oliver returned from cargo
LGrjknge College in Georgia. ty-Check is the best way to find
the University of Georgia to)II At the end of the interview out" he added.
-DowDixon, presently enrolled I spend the Thanksgiving Capt. Davis put in a big plug for The Safety-Check in Fernan Shiell's GroceryChuck's
asTSj ijdent at Florida Southern I with their parents, Mr. holida"I the proposed bridge from Fer dina Beach is part of the annual
Colkge at Lakeland, was at homef A. J. Fox, Mr. and Mrs. nandina Beach to St. Mary's by National Vehicle SafetyCheckfor TVDixieland Lockwood's StoreLynn's I Co.
:Thanksgiving with his parenUrilr. .i Ewing, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom I suggesting that this would be a Communities sponsored by Drug Steger Drug;

and Mrs. M. D. Dixon. Oliver. i quick way for longshoremen to the Auto Industries Highway
',get to and from this city and the Committee and LOOK Magazine, : Dress Shop Waas Drug Store
-Mi-rand Mrs James E. Taylor "This world situation must docks at Kings Bay and St. Mary'sHe with the cooperation of the Asso-
awDEughters, Cheryl and Susan worry others than men. The other added whimsically that this ciation of State and Provincial
of'.Orlando visited Mr. and Mrs.T I day we saw a gray-haired teenager I would provide a speedy way also Safety Coordinators. In 1961, 3- Fernandina Hardware' %*: *. W. W. Mac Co. Western Auto
JTjJIoolsby[ recently. Mrs. Tay.loruYrs. I come out of the beauty par- for the local longshoremen to get 500 programs were conducted in ; I, .
: Goolsby's daughter. lor." I back home to spend their money. states not requiring periodic ... ."
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vehicle

rr-. .... I I I tilizer and and Oil he Co.told was some also of the interviewed ists three motor had and their a half vehicles inspection.million checked motor- The Following Business and Professional Men Have Donated To The City's

i plans for the importation of and more than two hundred thou- ;- '
: Peruvian fish meal sand had unsafe items repairedand : Christmas Decorations
I I Corbett said that the meal their rechecked thus t. .
cars
w 'tr would be blended with fish meal demonstrating their personal responsibility :.t.;} ,

't\\\ We Are Pleased i his the company local menhaden now renders catches.from He roads and streets for safe of use their of com-the Standard Hardware H. W. Fishier Burgess & Cook

pointed out that both the locally
{ munities.
|manufactured fish meal and that The Jaycees will also continue Florida National Bank Hi-Fashion Store Suburban Propane Gas Co.

w To Give You And : from Peru have desirable featuresas their Seat Belt Sale during the .
: j' a food supplement for animals. Safety Check. Dr. Cecil Brewton Lasserre Motor Co. Bottom Dollar Store
,I The menhaden meal he said, is

Your Car The :whereas more digestible the later than from the anchovies Peruvian Jr. Hi-Elementary I W. E. Barber Company Hardee Brothers Co. Fernandina Hardware

\ has ture more of the protein two is content pected A mix-to LUNCHROOM Dec. 9-13 MENUS Southern Gas & Fuel Co. Downtown Gulf Station Firestone Beach Supply

Special Service I provide even better food Monday Spaghetti w/ground
an sup- -
::2. plement with a greater market t beef and tomato sauce, tossed Robison Jewelry. ;< 1it.l John T. Ferreira & Son Western Auto Store
potentialHe salad,. green beans, rolls and but. /'

fI That Is So added that the future out- ter pineapple cake Vt pint milk. Fernandina Federal Savings A. S. Allan's Waas Drug StoreS
look for the blended product is Tuesday Escalloped ham w/

bright, although it is still more potatoes, buttered spinach, carrot Loan Association Florida Public Utilities Co.Bailey's Mercury Kavouklis
ImportantEsso or less in the experimental stage. sticks, rolls and butter, peach
The have established[ halves peanut butter cookies %
Cornelys ,
_._. Winn Dixie
,. residence here at the corner of I pint milk. Florida Abstract & Title -
Florida Avenue and 18th Street.I Wednesday Turkey pie w/
".. Mrs. Comely is the former pastry topping, fresh cranberries Insurance Co. W. W. Mac Company Myers Dept. Store
Yvonne Peeples of Kingsland.J I buttered peas and carrots rolls lR.
: Service : They have three children, Tina tand| butter, gingerbread, % or- Steger's Drugs Gene's Lynn's Dress Shop
Station
Louise 4, Edward III, 2, and Deborah I sage H pint milk. .
Lynn, 8 months. Thursday Hamburgers I Chcrlene'sLewellen's Peterson Seafood Co. Lockwood Drug Store
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buns, lettuce and tomato salad,igreen I

..; -: Lasserre Motor Company :#|i,Too For Sale'SEIGLER Late To Classify Vt pint lima.milk.beans, cherry cobbler-, G.A.C. Finance Corp. L. L. BohannonDr.

.. OIL CIRCULATINGheater Friday Fish' sticks (Tartar '
:: SINCE I 1'910. fully automatic. 50,000) Sauce), cole slaw, frozen mixel John W.. Mc'Clane Mary K's Partin's Dixieland StoreI

"L" II BTU. J195.00. Call 261-4851 L vegetables, cornbread and butter. ...
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Pirates To Meet : ::: ::; ;}: : : }{ :::: ; ;;! -
fBHS : : : : !Plans captain and "A", "B", and "C"
: ; Completed I players, with each of the rated CROSS ONLY
players receiving strokes accord
For 4-Ball Golf I ing to his posted handicap. i
In First Of
Game
j I. Tourney chairman Cecil Lop. i iI
tien asks that players contact each>II
Tourney SaturdayPlans other for starting times and that
<- BY CURT GORDON both boys have a good eye for the I i anyone who cannot play please !
basket and can lend helping hands I 'notify as early: as possible so the i iI '
'" Coach Bob Stover will trot his are complete for the 4- II j jI
with control of the backboards ,
I necessary arrangements can be
1963-C4 Fernandina ball golf tourney set for Satur-
Beach Pi'Ted five-eleven letterman ,
Steger made. i
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rates the I day by the Fernandina Beach Golf}
on floor Friday nightto I
will more than likely become the I i '1 I A fee will be
meet the Macclenny Wildcatsand Association. $1 entry charged j >
I
'ball handler and play-maker for I
the Twenty-six teams of [
get basketball season un
the team. Steger has a terrificeye ,
derway. The game will be the for the basket also. j ers are lined up for t
beginning of a 16-game slate field to date in a I
along with Christmas John Harrison six-four young- I type. I
a Tournament I
and the possibility of go. I ster, is battling for a berth on I the teams are made I'
the squad and Coach Stover
Dig on to state competition by says
winning the District title. If the Harrison can help the team with f CARNE
his height. |
pirates come through a winner,
it could be a long basketball sea The second-line men for the
son. The season always seems |' Pirates are boys just out from !
snort when your team is winning I the football field. Steve Beckett, i i
however. five-eight Benny Alvarez five. I II
Stover has been working his I eight, Pee Wee Nobles, five- 'I ,Il, 14>il/Iti41 !II, ;I IIIglnlllu{/ I 14; ,I / rli, 41 I 'I
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squad long and hard in an effortto i eight Richard Schomas five-!'I
get them ready for the opener. : seven Jerry Beard six-footer and 'I South Across
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Chuck Howard five-eleven \
Some of his players have been are
working out for a number of I: the boys just out and will bej i i Eighth The Street
weeks but there is the talk of:: making determined bids for a'
switching frcm football to basketball 'I berth on the starting team after : Street ARK E T FromWoodward
in a matter of days which i i a few games.
usually creates problems for Stover says be lost one boy he I[ .,
I I Fernandina ''W.JKW j pre 1 wfeil1'r + '.', ",/JillMli! I 1 ,,. JtljIW r I I 1
many coaches. I I I had counted on for plenty of ac- 1111 I !1 11/, I I 1 1 1 I I I, I / 1 I
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The in the basketball:'tion 'I f II / .1 Ilit !, ,I
mainstay when Larry Booth became I I i I ,/ ,4h /,
hopes of the Pirates rests on :,i ineligible. Stover hopes to have I Beach, .11111'1 ', ,I i IIhI11g1h4.! 1 li 1 1 "+11171 1i1J It 11/11 i 1/1, x ::1 nq 111111.1! Motor
veteran Ronnie Sapp six-four j!i, Booth available after the Christ !: :
letterman, who is expected to'' mas Holidays. Ray Arsanault : '! < Florida Co.We're .
carry a big part of the Pirate :, six-footer who just moved in I BEER FOOD MILK -ICE CR EAMT
l load during the season. Sapp's I|I from Washington, D. C., looks'! I I
experience is expected to be a bigasset good in the practice sessions but i : &5AVE2&?MtlK in Ihi GALLON 'JUG It
to the team. Newcomer Mike will not be eligible until next'!i I
Cook six-three, is expected to season. I
I boost the Pirates and help them I "We have an attitude problem i : } )
: in controlling the backboards.: with some of the boys but if we' I : 1 N lam
Richard Sapp and Joe Thrift can overcome that we should develop I :
two, six-foot lettermen are in into a good basketball'''
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line for a starting position as team" said Stover.
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1 I'age..Eight! N c! s..cadr, Fernandina Beach,. Florida.-, Thursday, December 3,106CSigh 1.i ...":.:1 _=-.a ,, ____ ....__ 1If"w... Ii __ 1t 17 IP'niI Lli{ !l.iV'I'L.! .
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'Hello, Many seniors will take the Dr. Jack G. Ifand, minister of
The chorus presented annual .
Thanksgiving its" Scholastic Aptitude Test Saturday the First Presbyterian Church ir
program Wed- at Jacksonville! University. Jacksonville, will} give +
an illus
n4cIp7 to end a short'week at : SIRLOIN or FULL CUT BOftfffeS ROUND
This test will be administered trated talk on the Holy Land at
school and to several, l other times this ; tJ
year a First; Presb.tenaa Church
or
1<< 4.l v. .holidayefek l initiate a long Various locations. Nearly all colleges Sunday, December; 8th at 7:3C i;I a i Steak.s 881
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require their applicants tc I II r
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end The P.M.Dr. .
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test and to compile a Hand made an extensi"i !
g | gram was very
r. r certain score I visit of the Bible, lands and 19 ; r '
? :ntertainlng as ; 'V I _
Coach Benner announced Tues countries of Europe tnis pawl I t
were the solos
YI } J, Linda Holland day at a short meeting: of the summer. The public i is cordially
Tl' football team that Richard nobles I invited to attend. OD 4 SNteaks
.7 1b Louise Ka. ST0 L 981
m icy Steve Beck. Jerry Beard, and Mike Pik- !
4. ula to be next season's Tri- I
.t : stt and ChipS are TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10th. ..>>;'-
i These three gentlemer ,
.JI.:: 4 captains
d. Robert
o o athletes and I I Playschool in the Game Room, CHUCK
Peacock and are good are respected ,
,.1 sef ted a duet.Bobby Morris pre. by the members of the team. I'! DJOli:30un.: + ., Carolyn. Vizcarron'do Quantity Rights Reserved-Prices Good thru December 7th i

Coach Robert Stover's 196:: i:I 1! Several nights each week, Mrs aaiili leader. Roast.
4. 8"
"u'-b.WietbaU... team plays its open- Childs opens the library to her I the Ceramics Ceramics Class Room(ages at 3:30 9-11)) in, I REG., 490 COLONIAL SELECT FROZEN, Breast Thighs Legs, LB. 1
Tn? game here Friday nigh, a-1 j j i senior English class so that they p.m. t (
Paint Macclenny. The team:: con. !'''may work on their research papers 1 Hank S des, Instr. c
BEEF SHORT
"" lists4 f of a host of top, players which i are due shortly afterChristmas. I Tap Dance Class in the Auditor Fryer Parts 39 -- ;
II :urn at 3:30 P.M., Julaunc 1
leaded E/ Captains Ted Steger I Owens, Intr.Intermediate. i
HHL and' Ronnie Sapp. See you ei1.'r k. I Ballet Class in Ribs. LB. 38

a the Auditorium at 4:30 p.m., Jjl- SWIFT PREMIUM BONELESS I: .
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News FromThe anne Owens, Instr.
nr.vHe '-' Painting i for Leisure in the Club I ., .... I I F" .. A $ 98 LEANER, FRESHER GROUND, 100% PU .EBEEF .

; ;; :"?. Ret Center Room;, blew at and 7:30: Boys'p.m.Health Club in C an riam'i CA lB.N. 2 :
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,, : the .Health Club Room day anjevening. I : Gr. Beef 5f Sl98itr

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ny sAxhV HrSAxbiffl( .. Barbershoppers in the Confer- : : :

ence Room at 800; p.m. ;'F:"" _, .1_,. "'$.A'. ",.!, '..',., X ',!.;, .", ... .
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5th. : FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6lh. t Atlantic Avenue Playground, roT SHARE { :.s.< '''':' ;')f4. i1" .'''.;:'.
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Pre-Ballet Class in the Auditor.I. 5ub Teen Club In the Came i I supervised play, 3:30.5:30: : p.m,I r 1N 1 50 EXTRA STAMPS., :
Jum'at 10:00 a.m.. Julanne Owens, R\oi6 at 7:15 p{ m. Don Nanney, Instr. I WITH A 1 WITH PURCHASE OF I-LB. "" .
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Ins!.*. I Men and BojV) Health Club l i io ,(WfeDXESDAY, DECEMBER 11th.I : T arnoKnockwurst .
Playschool in the Cub: Room .1' i{Ithe Health Club Room, day and Arts I : 1}" CHILDDeposit 1 k ; 'a WITH PURCHASE OF I MB GEORGIA BRAND
I. Puppet Theatre ( 91
I eveais.SiTURIAY
agesand !
9:30:: < a.m., Carolyn Viicarrondo,! .t r
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I Brick
up) in the Game Room at 3:20 !; Sausage
Adult leader. ) DECEilDER 7th. p.m., Faith Brittou, Instr. I t ICI1 the (Big G) tr ,WITH PURCHASE OF 1-LB PKG.
Advanced Ballet and Toe Class Michael's christ. Ceramics! Class (ages 12.14)) i in General Mills Symbol / 7satyourWinnDe
Saint Church I 1
In tile Auditorium at 3:30: p.m., mas Bazaar in the Auditorium at I the Ceramics Room at 3:30: p.m., f' 1 71 t \ Crack I Ihrd Good Treetsi
JuLfime! Owens, Inst. I' 5:30: Hank Sides, Instr. j j Store. General Mills ,
a'
I p.m.Ceramics I Adult Ceramics Class in II j -JJFLOUR : .
Rehearsal for XUTCRACkCRS the will donatee to theSalvation .' i 'I
Fouling Class in the Ceramics Room at 7:30 m. !:Jf1[ ] G53
SUITE in the Auditorium! at 4:301 I I p.m j Army YN/'- wfMHi'ffWfffXiiywjrypifa
I In
Ceramics Room at 9.00 a.m. 1 :
I p.n; Julann Owens, Inatr. ; Hank Sides, Instr. I relation to deposits. 50' folraW, Green
Teen Club in the Game Room i Staftp.
Men and Boys' Health Club in 'FRESH FLORIDA q '
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1 Adult Ceramics Class in the I al 7:20:: p.m. I the Health Club Room, day and .. 1 WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE\ Or
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I Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m., Hank Men and Boys' Health Cub in I' : .
veninsr. Save 200 Gold Medal I SUperbrand t Grade "A" Large ONE fas FROZEN SOUTHERN BELLE
Sid o, Instr. I 1 ,
the Health Club Room, day and
Saint Michael's L' Stiffed
Church
Adult Ballroom Dance Class in Party I i Shiinip
Auditorium at 7:15 Mr. I, evening. in _the Game Room at 7:00 p.m.'I'I .. .
p.m. < .DT..D.C..O"
SUNDAY y, DECEMBER 8th. Atlantic Avenue ;;
I and.Mrs. Gil Becker Instrs.outmuters' supervised play, 3:30-5:30: F LOU( REG G S s AT ANI'.WINN.DIXIE'

Roundtable in the Lutheran Church Meeting in Don Xanney, Instr. p.m"j. { *d
Conference
Room at. 7:30 p.m. the Conference Room at 11:00 a.m.
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.Men and Boys'.Health Club in I THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12th. I II r : ,

the-health even! Club,' Room, day and I MONDAY, DECEMBER 9th. i Home Demonstration; Club in I I 5.IB. 1 1 ,1, d /, / I d

,1g.4Inntie I Teen Ballet and Toe Class IL the Conference Room at ooo
Avenue Playground, i the Auditorium at 3:30: pm., Jul a.m. I BAG 1 ; 'I x ra t It am s .
supervised play :.3:30-5:30: : p.ni., anne Owens, instr.Beginners' Pre-Ballet Class in the Auditorium Limit 1 with $5. DOl.. t WITH,THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF .

Do Q"Narney, Jnstr, ______ ; ballet Class in the at 10:00 a.m., Ju anne I I order or more 1 f '1 i Two PKCt FROZEN KINS 3nc :0L' '-
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i iI VuaiicHum at 4:30 Julanne i Owens, Instr.Playschool. 1
'to :
p.m. in the Game Roomat I :oy', -" --..--- .- .... __ < Hwhyflake Waffles.
I "SEE JC. Owens\ Instr. i 9:30: a.m., Carolyn Vizcarrondo I $.:<"z.,'.. : ..__ '.. ._ :..:....:iw:_..::_. ._.---L.l.i.:: ._ ___---:._ .. __...-.:.-._ ..,:.::.-.. GOOD THRU DECEMBER 7TH
= 6.INGRAM' Arts, Puppet Theatre (ages 6-1 '
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AT ANY.WINN-DIXIE
adult leader. i ti
I 8)) in the Club Room at 3:30: p.m., 1 wgrwE ild
Faith Britton, Instr. Advanced Ballet! and Toe Class I ASTOR PURE CONCORD 12-oz. Cans 1 ALL PURPOSE / ll I
'Pete' "
\in the Auditorium at 3:30: p.m.,
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I Island Squares Club in the Julanne Owens, Instr. I Grape Juice 2 69 I Apples 5 g49f GREEK
2 i ii1f" Gal Room at 7:30: p.m. ..Rehearsal for: NUTCRACKERS For 1 Ba g s TAMVs d

........ FOR Buccaneer Coin Club in the SUITE in the Auditorium at 4:30 I., MORTON Apple, .,Cherry, Peach, Coconut 1 I :w "-BMHMMill llMMmMNMU1HlMBaBHw4EBkfeKfe MB l BVlMBB6MH
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Rcal''Estat' t t Club Room at 7:30 50 Extra t {
:
: p.m. pm., JuTanne Owens?Instr. I Fruit 1 vGreenSampsWITH
r :Life Insurance Jaycees in the Conference I Adult, 'Ceramics Class in the Pies 3 Size Y$1. Fresh .Sweet Flo- rid THi* coufoM[ ) AND PURCHASE OF ,
.:.. Rctirfmerii ,Income Room at 8:00: p.m. I Ceramics Room at 3:3): pm 1 i a. STAMP GREEK,. .
I. MORTON Chicken i Beef, THREE PKCI FROZEITTASTE O' SEA !
Historical Society in the Game l Hank Sides, Instr, : Turkey 1 .
HealtHjMccidentHo :loom: at 5:00: p.m. I Adult Ballroom Dance Class in Pot Pies 5 8-oz. $ ( 1 1 wlt Fish. Sticks
...:. ltalilMldnH Adults and Teens' Ceramics the Auditorium at 7:15 p.m., Mr. Pies Iit I ( 0 R N GOOD THRU DECEMBER 7TH

Major'jMedicalDisability ) I Class In the Ceramics Koora at I and Mrs. Gil Becker, Instrs, GREEK AT ANY 'WINN-DiXIE
i I Senor Citizens Club in the t All Flavors. Maid STAM/a 4
Monthly l IncomeL. 7:00 p.m., Hank S des, Instr. I Thrifty 1 W.-
Conference Room at 7:15: p.m. 1
Men and Boy Health Club in I Men and Boys' Health Club in I" 1 wE W\E '

L. BOHANNONINSURANTS t the evening: Health! Club Room, day and I J i the evening Health Club, Room, day and !': f| Ice I MILK I d d

I Atlantic Avenue Playground, Atlantic Avenue Playgroand, 1, 1supenlsed 1 n----- STAMPS : M Extra iM.-Green; Stamps

.. Phone' 261-5269 supervised, play, 3:30-5.30 p.m.i play, 3:30-5:30 p.m., I 1 wE uvl WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
]Don Nanney, Instr. Dcn Nanney, Instr. 1 EAR L ,
df Two PK6f. FROZEN
H-i- --- -1 I I G Al f I GREEK GoM King' Onion
:, 3 9 I 5TAMPSI Rings
HALF JSOOP THRU DECEMBER 7THAT
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r The Nassau County Student sored by North Florida Telephone News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursday, December 5, 1963 Page Nine I
-- "; Talent Show, sponsored by the Company of Hilliard. ,_
# Fernandina Beach High School I Second place: Shan Barta and II I I''of
U.
: that made him come out smellinv an impending S. Supreme
r Band Parents Association, culminated j I Rhonda Henry, Fernandina Beach, i A
Itt i like a rose. The DenbpmtnllCommission i 1 Court decision on the Florida N-
Saturday as six lucky sponsored by Chuck's T.V. Ser
decided to buy the apportionment case next 'spring
winners were chosen from the 70 vice of Fernandina Beach. i I|
tJtJ students from, I CAPITOL plane exercise its option to If;f Bryant let slip his thought at
participating
4 y:' THIRD DIVISIONSenior buy, in other words, and soon wil: :I a recent press conference revealing
.. throughout the county. t High School have a Piper Aztec.' i I his plans for the ming
,. Ranger Hal of WJAX-TV served LETTER 1
-0-' i in helping boost industrial
First place: Alice Faye Derry, year
} as master of ceremonies for I.I,
each of the three performances I Ted Steger, Dickie Fox, and John Allen Drury, author of th development in the stat He
I fk afternoon and Puletti, Fernandina Beach, quartet BY JERRY MOCK I bestseller "Advise and Consent. ,:said he planned to travel consiJ
need Friday evening
and Saturday evening in the sponsored by Steger Drugs, TALLAHASSEE Purchase I and a good friend of Pres. Lyn :,erably for this cause, barring a
I Fernandina Beach. special legislative session'}j, He
;don Johnson: gave the Capitol
auditorium.
Recreation Center
): I Second place: Donna Coply, Ted Steger Alice Faye Derry Dickie Fox John Puletti I by the State Development} Commission -: press corps: a surprise briefin declined to enlarge on Eii remarks
J eliminations in the of the plane it was rent
Through
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; Callahan, vocal solo, sponsored by Vocal Quartet : on the new president at a luncai -
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first two shows, eight contest- I s ing got Chairman-Director Wendell I -0-
Polly Davidson Beauty Salon of i!eon onl; three days after th* i iI
ants from each age group were Callahan. !, Jarrard out of a sticky sit assassination of President John Employes on the top floor of
t chosen to in the finals uation. I I
appear on The winners in each division are F. Kennedy. Drury was schedule] the new office bui'ding harp are
vile in 1952 to teach music at t
Saturday evening. The Commissir '
pictured with the exception of [ Development unhappy about the pressure. put
!.. Winners named for the Nassau Bartram School. She now residesat rented the plane from Dale Wer- University
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Cathy Ann Johnson of Hilliard,t, f i on them to deposit their money
t Deanna County Student Talent Show are who won 1st place in the 2nd Division ,I Bartiam where she is engagedin han, president of West F'orida of a series of press luncheor : at Wendell Jarrard's new :V&k l fr
opley as follows: private teaching. Aviation in Pensacola, with en
with solo. Her members Tallahassee. Jarrard's executive
T'Y a piano picture I with the capitol press
\. ; ()(al Solo FIRST DIVISION did not arrive in time for Miss Patsy Gilliam, a ballet option to buy it, with part of the. Drury speculated that form suite is on that floor.0 .
teacher from Tallahassee, established key lease money applying to the pur I '
.. Grades 1.5 this publication. ... I Florida Gov. Leroy Collins, a I ,
,P i First place: Denise Heafner, Judges for the two day show her present studio there in chase price. !close friend of Johnson, mign The front door of the State

Fernandina Beach, piano solo, were: Miss Beatrice Turner, Miss 1947. She has studied under the Since this looked like a handy be in line for a high post in the i Public Utilities Commission hal
a sponsored by Gene's of Fernan Patsy Gilliam, and Miss Andree' following teachers: Jean Berg : way to buy an airplane, and since been fixed, as a result oLa: recent -
) I dina Beach. Nosco. Tolle and Buddy Ebson of Orlando J .yr JJ.Ip Werhan is a buddy of Jarrard : new administration.0 I column here. The column
I II ;: Miss Turner, a Jacksonville ; Mary Sterling of the Roya. several members of the capitoi I I pointed out that some $25,00t;
1ail Second place Deborah Jo Sur-I piano teacher,' was born in Academy of England; Ballet Arts press corps have been close) Apparently Gov. Farris Bryant was spent on the building but
iano Fernandina Beach accord. I
i, !Toronto, Canada where she graduated in Carnegie Hall; Alexandria watching developments to see thinks there will be anothe- !the front door had an old, worn-
J.JI ian solo, sponsored by Porter & : from the Royal Academy of Daridova and Marie Swoboda o1 where the plane landed. session of the Legislature n,xt out sign directing the public to
tfIx I Lovequist Color Center of Fer
continuesher
New York. Miss Gilliam
Music. She later studied voice Jarrard finally took the wa: year, probably called ills a result side doors.
nandina
Beach.
r education each summer at The
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and piano with eminent teachers ,
National Academy of Ballet, New
I SECOND DIVISION in Boston and New York. Miss''
fir Grades 6-8 Turner was the director of music : York City. >r :
I Rhonda Henry Shan Barta First place: Cathy Ann John, in Elmwood School in Buffalo, : Miss Andree' Nosco, a Tallahassee ,4kr t

1 f Baton Duet son, Milliard, piano solo, spon iN. Y. before she cam..to, Jackson- I I piano instructor, was born
.. 9' .......... in Paris, France, where she stud-
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ied music as a child, continuinglater
in New York City. She has '
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B.A., M.A., and Professional Diploma fn 1.i

? t This Distinctive ,I Columbia degrees.University She is a graduateof and has Denise Piano Heafner Solo I fr ..st"I

I taught music in elementary, jun. II
and Lazeau Home 'ior-high, and senior high school; I

Meyers : college and conservetory. For the ... .... ...... % :
: I past 11 years, she has taught : ,t< ':* :;:'''tm%, :zm:;m..= ::.,: x':..;.o.:* -
/j2"Lh I privately in Tallahassee, and in : *
ON YOUR LOI* the last year has included students -
i "I c:::> weUf from Bainbridge, West 'jf I 2.{f<' Jl } 4 e F ,

: Bainbridge, and Attapulgus, Ga. 1

>r NO MONEY DOWN FOR QUALIFIED/ LOTS MD BUYERS I I the Miss Tallahassee Nosco is'a past Music president Teachers'of '....> r + h ;

n vbrsYw _! _.,.,,.wqxv.,...ys-e.yapn...,,adwnr*. '-"..geyp0Jh Association and a district chair- r
t : jr: J : ;-t": ; man for the Florida State Music : t a C f

x Teachers' Association. CurrentlyMiss ; ,
tl Nosco is preparing a two t .
I'' a piano recital for spring performance -' ,
,a s and a concerto to be played ,:
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January 28, 1964. .1 L "A' 1 ,
.. TEM ,t
.. The Nassau County StudentTalent
I!' Show has been called a fine

ln S.tr success by those who attended to ,
.r The Fernandina Beach Band Par
M ents' Association wishes to thankall

participants in the show. Spe-
ill II cial thanks is given; to all of th(

I contestants and their sponsors,.. 3 R c )
Ranger Hal, Gordon Butler, the I

I .U. a Barbershop Chorus, the Glad 1 Deborah Jo Suriano & x t : aFt :
Tones Quartet, the Fernandina Aecordian SoloSURPRISE .
.. Beach Senior High School Dance I
rxrI Band, Mrs. Guy Dadley, the Fer I i' 01I
THE ELDORADO is a 3 bedroom, 1 Vz both home nandina Beach Chamber of Com-

h t! MASTER BUILT ON YOUR LOT Colonial. Mlcinta design covered throughout cabinets Colored. Delux both kitchen fixtures. I merce, Recreation Department, r,
: Large Patio, ., Carport Sliding glass doors : city hall, Nassau County Record, HER WITH A tf.. .

H r .FOR_ AS LOW AS 'fid'9 PEl Inside 'Laundry room Large outside, storage room. 'radio News-Leader and to, WJAX-TV the distinguished, WPAP' SINGERSewing; I i

judges, for their services. .
I NEW HOMES FROM CLIP OUT ANP MAIL Machine

riili I*Meyen fr Uie ktmev-rJj)! 41Fltau .
the Pick of Santa's Pack( :
M50 $1flfl00 '" I i i Health Directori The Gift She Wants .
vL per month IUU 'per mo. II I I't The Most This Christmas \ '
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G I Phone PO 5-1604 EYS. RA 5-5804. I I MI NAME youi lot...rojram".................................. t I rOVER i Urges Yule GivingOf I I Phone 261.5283 : phones lighten work, all through the house, all throe9 .a year. .*1
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t 50 MEYERS & LAZEAU HOMES I ADDRESS .................................. i I

E! ..... FOR. YOUR SELECTION- IN ALL J I PHONE NO. ............................... i iI I Sensible ToysB. Mary K's Dept. Store The little, light-up Princess phone, lovely in any of five colors,

E PRICE RANGES I DO YOU OWN LOT' .,........1..1..1..1.. i i 312 Atlantic Ave. saves space at bedside or: chair side. i
i1 F. Woolsey, MD, Director,
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!.------------_------------------- Nassau County Health Depart And Leave Your Name The desk set saves tune and steps in den or family room-any room :

,. ment warns that thoughtless par where your family makes and takes calls. J

ti i : ents pleasure can into turn a a child's family Christmas tragedy.We The SINGER AgentWill The handy wall phone hangs out of the way in kitchen or workshop, ;

i;;; tJtIt Tdecua Au can be sure to make the won- Contact You For An makes phoning more convenient. ;

t derous holiday season, and the Appointment To order your Christmas extension, just call the Telephone :
days that follow, safe for our c\
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children by selecting only sensible *+. 'f Company Business Office or ask your telephone man.

SANTA APPROVED toys for Christmas. Many chil- w 0
il I dren are hurt each year, and I
I some die, because they have been People Do Read Even Southern Bell '
given the kind of toys.
wrong
!- "Cub" ,."It.t The Smallest Ads
Daisy ., i Lead poisoning is always a ; ... uJ g wt/l l'fe fate :
In The NewsLeader.You :
I hazard, especially when a tot is J" \
a AIR RIFLE given figures cast of lead dolls, i Are :
smart santas shop in phor eland
soldiers, animals or which may v I 1
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t 350 Shot Bn Gun of Strong $6'9'8. : be painted with a leadbase paint. I
t Steel! New Design With DB's Most manufacturers use a safe ____ ____ __ ___ L-
Ei "h and Oil. I paint on toys and safe paint .
3EC4997 should carry a legend reading
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; "Conforms to American Stand. + ? q
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; 20.Piece Blue Heaven Design I Surveys have shown that children .

2 METAL TEA SET 9 8 (I! more in often the involved age five in group accidents are i I "Slicku II ..

I. I with toys than any other group t
4 Dinner Plates, 4 Butter Cups. 4 Saucers I I and that almost twice as many ,I

i 4 Serving; Plates, 1 Creamer, 1 Creamer Tray. : boys are hurt as girls. !, .. I'

/, : I I Any kind of weapon in too- II
; young hands can hurt the holderor I .
W o 4 Ro an innocent person; some plastics -I '

Black Board SQ$744$ tack are so flammable that they iI I i .. ,
: will burst into flame at the I i /" J
slightest touch of a cigarette or I II
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Iow Low Priced +mrrea. .y .
24x36 J gnuyJJJ
match. Some types will burst into JI I .
western Flyer "10a CHRISTMAS '!flame even when some distance y. a i iI i

Numbers On Bottom, Deluxe Trike from fire. t

; Alphabet, On Top. Hea'l'.duty tubularVRAPPING I Toys with ragged or sharp, I 1y 1
Quality Iard\\ood! steel frame with i edges should be avoided as should :

.I: Chalk (tall Chalk double.strength u. PAPER articles which ,can be put in the r/
: and Eraser. bone mouth, possibly leading to choking
rear construct r :
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: lion! Jumbo size 24 I In. Wide I i tiny objects: up their noses and I I It
fj $189 tires. 3FCI031 into their ears; and swallow eyes t +1 f Y. ,.. +?-. ...rwrY.rr4ir w.wvwA4 ...Yf.(1G f4i tL4'ir'prkrri : I

C 12" Trjke ........- $9.4t 8 Be ,: from stuffed animals and dolls. ,. ;
:i 3FC103rr Electric toys should have the'
a:. ; I UL (Underwriters Laboratory) rs

> i i label which on the contain toy and food cord or; presents food1 I. Support Your Local Jaycees Safety Check

USE mix should bear the approval of
1 i the Federal Food, Drug and Cos i
This Weekend 1
; WESTERN AUTO'S I I I metie ActFragile Christmas tree orna -. '

'i" Handi Charge Budget ASSOCIATE STORE :i ments themselves are should dangerous be set; and in wateror trees Special Prices On Tires During Safety Check :

'
s Plan or wet sand; be secured against .
: Convenient L:1).Away S.8th Street Phone 261.3233 I falling; and in no case should
candles, cotton or paper for decorations .
I be used on or around the J LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANY :
w This I Christmas Home Owned and Operated I tree. I

S. Sth' Street Walter D. Smith, Owner I South 8th Street Your Ford Dealer Since 1910 PhoneJ.r. 2 r-33t 1

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,} Start'Postmaster w Oil9i3Yule 1 I .Signals .>'. > }j'f: tt'st'OJJ. t VQ. ,r tf11boJ of Quedityst1d ervJ_ At :.tl

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j Mail Rush -

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The advent of December marked
o the tart of one) of the biggest .

'" ..Braces In town the annual race Come in and f tremendous selection of values
I '. against time at the Fernandina see r yourself our durng our. .
\ Beach post office as its Christmas -
( ::, mail rush! went ,into high -.-. -.
gear, Postmaster W. H. Melton

'. ,noted!. today.
,New reports from Postmaster
General John A. Gronnuski in {
TOY&
Washington ,to Mr. Melton Indicate IE.r :: SPECTACULAR
an anticipated nationwide .j.i
record mail volume for this
Christmas season of nearly 12 a
.billion, pieces during December.
h "Shopping and mailing early,
benefits everyone," the postmas-:
: tejr observed. "Customers who buy
1 .. tailjr get the pick of the Christmas 1
e *,, stocks; the local economy is : SPECIAL SIIE

::. thus aided created by the the, postal and business everyone service activity--In.14lding is- \ FOR IllY SARIS


happy about the additional time ,
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1 that early mailing allows. .. 4
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r"Early mailing also gives us
Ume to get gifts and: cards in the
: hands of addressees in good condition
with less ,chance of damage .. SIVi 'bete-f'.Currib fr fr1t' tcf H-U
'delay due to human error,"
-' .-'".''Our empljyes need public lIa-362 Electric. Brankptr, ;PORt J
I help to run this race against time RADIQ
:::. and patrons of the Fernandina mousatop .,. _4
game
." Beach post office can assist us !
by shopping and ma'ling right $1488
now and by using ZIP Code in
both return and destination ad- Orily
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drcases. U.J-4S

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cityBowling Features self- each Powerful: l"shirt
adjusting rollers 14-M30, 13'1 pocket radio.Gold .
for every. OUR LOW PRICE Includes fourteen 11 1/* Lilly . UAl..i tU7 tDNTlCL'features_ fitted comers. : finish
.. face and beard.Operates dolls and 100% nylon bind'r o n silver
League 28 assorted outfits I I I ;
I on Another exciting 11.o/28 ( 72" 84"
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bed finish
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.--.,' .... BY IIEXUY ELLIS J' ", -- -, regular home $3 99 Ideal game that to fit Lilly and all 11'dolls.. $1166 Also J. twin bads. Cu.. '-" Leather grille.
.ust say. current or 12- everyone likes < I
." .........., Leek of 11.27 Total UChnrd.e .'J'I' current.volt auto to play. .. -.. Choice beige or of green.pink, blue, earphone.andbatteries.
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Lanes f 20 28 33470 $ -4 ,
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Becker's.. Drugs* 19 29 30451
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High Team., 3-Cames.Decker's IN THE) CRATE ,; ,?, foreign compacts cars 4"non. lace '
Drugs 299\1 Others As Low As 'N $ fl S'S glass mirror,Adjustable arm.
Hadden Lanes 292' ij 1
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Cecil hedge
Roger Haddea--..", 67" I 9 y A.1J1.1t4 Models iI F 21 Fully automatic quick quiet c Trims slices saws...
Flint 653 heat Automatic thermostat ?' needs guidance only,
Larry RMMF: s Bendir! coaster brake ; ,e ,
High, Team Game S Twin chrome headlights control. 30 to 120 range. Grille is no pressure. Attractivegift
: t Becker's Drugs 1051 I in tank Complete with remote control tamper-proof for safety..1320 watts." i" Clips under dash and swingsout Controll\\itch and storage
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Hadden Lanes 1001 Firestone Whitehall tires microphone,speaker push-buttoa Washable vinyl container. on handle. Cord
1 Beach Rnr j&Jlijjh ....' 969! Chrome-plated rims controls, and reels, batteries. Choice of plaid colors. 11.1.111 measures 8 fee
,, Ind. Game and fenders Ii 111 ._ 3.a:2_ _: .' __ _.____ _
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Roglr Hadden 187 G., 'E,..Portable, 4 Slf fA 1qmati : -' -' -. _. front"
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erly Dex-A-Diet) New name, any make. Stoves cea! rled. ... --<-..' .' ,. 1964 I ACP Stresses ment of a strand of forest trees Although limited, fund's"are
ton farmland 1; Constructing and still available for eost-sharm:.
I wA t D rES same formula. Only .98c. LutK-: Buy, sell, repair used furniture.Ph. I Ir I
.. enlarging permanent open drain-i for some practices under the 1163
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# ,' .05 per word .15 minimum : PracticesConservation age systems to dispose of excess ACP. Farmers and ranchers whaj
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Card 'of f fruit jtesoiuUon.s MAGNUS CHORD ORGAN. !r-17-'r-T ; The Littl! water; Constructing pits or ponds j bight be able to complete a conservation -

and Similar Notice Three octaves, 12 ,cords, $4 0. WANfEB Birdez' for irrigation water; Establish-1 I practice bctwMfi now

Call Bill Childs, 2614718. tfc ... -j . .. practices, which ment of vegetative cover in the I and the end of the calendar year
13 per..word :::- $I.6O minImum I will help farmers establish permanent fall of 1964 for winter protection
Cal| 261.3686 or 26i3687or TURKEYS Alive or dressed. WANTED TO BUY used i I I are urged. to contact $. $srsI
good A bouquet of reu r is i vegetation cover, will be from erosion; Establishment of I I

place ad at office Turkey Shoot at Nassau Tavern .1 trumpet Harry Poole, 26JS601 H *u emphasized even mpre; strongly vegetative cover for summer pro- { county office right awayjjonner,

511 Ash Street each Friday, Saturday afternoon or 2C1-S805. Ifc S the local Jayceei 88 mi ffia I under the 1964 Agricultural Conservation tection from erosion; Establish-I Isatd. ."."

'til Xmas. 3 p.m. until I iniinOnizatlon :;;; taU ftg i Program, Dewitt Con ment of vegetative cover provid-
.. b :J : 8 Sponsored by Nassau i I WANTED THINKING I chairman Stab-
p.m. .men ner Agricultural (lIng wildlife food plots and habit. I "Some people are not ttitf life

FOR Meat Packers. tic! who shop ahead for thriSb l l- rs too I II II6th : ilization and Conservation County i at; and Development or restora- Until leave"
SALE of the they
-..... I __1_" __ THREE BEDROOMS, 2 baths, Robison Jewelry Company, hal ,! 'Committee, has announced. I j tion 'of shallow water areas for I _party_ .

breakfast hook, dining room, a wonderful, wide aslpHmeEt f t- t ,. _\ I, Practices approved for 1964 ;, wildlife. I -'- ---

ONE 50GAL.cn dfprf ,ah"d |* room edar. lined of gifts and Jew l' for all ACP cost-sharing assistance in'1\ Farmers are encouraged to call
re frfejjly '
wooden stand; excellent condi' storage room, large double tastes. Lay-Away now. tIc.1iaP Nassau County include: Establishing at the ASCS County Office to I Cooper's LdUiidryCoiriOpcratcd'
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tion. Phone. 2614424. D12c age, covered patio. Lot 136 x gar-I a permanent pasture II discuss their conservation problems .
'T'- -- -- (seed, fertilizer and lime); Establishment and the possibility of obtaining -
1803 Beech St. Phone ; !
PECANS FOR SALE .- :
reasonably WAITED of field stripcropping
1964 ACP cost-sharing
priced. Ph. 261-5246 after j i tIc .... .. ..,. I
I _ t : j v -,43 to protect soil from wind or water : assistance in conserving their soil I

4 p.m. D12cElEcrhoiux NICE LARGE LOTS for sale. % ..- erosion; Establishment of a and '...ater.resources. The initial I Laundry and Dry
WAITESS '
21 dr over. Appjy.In C i
VACUIDICLEANER Good terms. One quarter mile person at Bide Sea$ Resta r- strand of trees on farmland; Improving I sign-up period{ will begin on December Cleaning '

South of Five Points on Amelia ant. I5cpLic'i1T: / an established pasture; '2 and run through January ,

Complete with all attachments. Rd, Call 261-5421, tfc : Consfructing wells for livestock 115, 19G4. I! 3Ir Doris Howard

Perfect conditi wrater, as a means of protecting i .
Balance .
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I .' Manager
$?3.50 or pay off 2 payments : I : I vegetative\ cover; Constructing ", ,"
FOR RENT \
$tO.25 monthly. Call 2614157.[ NOTICE TO CREblTORSILORIDA I s ,- '. pits or ponds as a means of pro- I PUBLIC NOTICE Hth & 1 fceecli Streets

Doc STATUTE /'l : t.-1 I" tecting vegetative cover; Improve- .. ..
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LV TUR COURT OF TilE CQUNTV ,; I' LV THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH
SIX ROOM, downstairs beach JUDGE NASSAU COUNTY, ItOK- rI' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. OF FLORIDA. I -
VERY GOOD Springaire foam II du lex. Unfurnished. Ph. 261. .JDA, IV PROBATE IV AVT! fOR NVSMJ COUVTY
rubber la re: Estate of Jacksonville 2, Florida I : IN CIUVCERY CASE NO. 2752N
mattress and
box{I 3118. tIcSIN'CLAIR J. W. fliERs, Deceased." hot later than January 3, 1964. PEJ ADOPTION OF; \IF YOU HAVE A Chili YOl'ltR
strings, metal bed frame, head-i To AU Creditors and 1'ersons Having If you fail to do so, decree pro con- AV.EL1NE: LEE II1 board, Colonial "Heirl om" !' I'I Claims or Deiuakd Against Said Estate fesso will be served against you for I I by HOBBY LEE MORRIS and JPAV RICH ENOUGH! TO, NT.KI1 A
I II the reid! demanded in the complaint.The .
and ile.I.
: .. WATSON: MORRIS fcusband '
bedspread. Call 281-4125 after t hAS MODERN STATION "With nature cf said suit being for I FAMILY. ::
1 i You) an4 each of you are herebyr4cd 1 partition, of Real Property situate in I. NOTICE .
5 tfc 15,000 gal. monthly for fLL '
p.m. average i I and required to present a:'y I -- \assau Couuy, Florida described as "{ THF NAME 0? 1HE STATE OK
immediate lease. Located at 8th claims! and demands which you. or 1 -follows FLORIDA: SEcURITY'CHECKUP
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PIXIE bblLS with) real hair, i and I i, either of you. may have against the TO: Tames W. Helton
and Elm. Write P. 0. Box 4009, Pc"l No. 1- Tht of the C.
.1. part:
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estate of W VT 24Chase
late of
: HierS. deceased
other It ndm' PUBLIC .
NOTICE
novelties. de. Call Jax. FIn., or Ph. El 3-1723, Jax. I I said County. to the County Judge of I PUBLIC NOTICE Criffith: Grant In Section 38, Township I Field Navy Base
1261-5421 or come to hou3e at Nassau office 2 ,rioitn. Range. 23 East ft .iile, Texas
D12c t'uunty.F'orida.- at his 1: IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT IV AND IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH i.ee \Vhat Does for
Meridian, described What it is and it
l'.lll lIi
tie
aSsee
I in the court house of said County at I, You are hereby notified that! a petition
Five Points next 16 Gulf Sta. FOR NASSAU COUNtY, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IV AND JOB I
I Fernandina Beach. Florida within six I IDA. 1\ CHANCERY. NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA. as followsBeginning: at a cypress I for: adoption has been filed in the You:
tion. tfe TWO BEDROOM 1 furnished duplex ; calendar months from the time, of the CASE NO. -. f'Loa.l IV CHANCERY !! tree marked x. c. as described I above styled 'ourt by Bobby Lee 11. You check the fac&
apt. with Baby Grand first publication of this notice. ,Two MARY FAITH FRIDDELL .. NO. 2460 in the Government held Morris and Jean Watson Morris, msw.fe. : your
14' UPRIGHT FIlEEZER, GoodHousekeeping. I furnished.I copies cf,.,.tach claim or demand shall! Plaintiff, HARLEY ROWE, Joined by I notes as the Northeast cortfar of for the adoption of Angeline Lee I j Social Security, your Life insurance -
piano Electricity said (Grant thence North 70 de-
be seen be la writing and shall stitehe 1 MINNIE ROWE his wife, Helton. a minor white female chad ; pensions, savngs: and ot1aassets.
May at $65 month. 2377 S. Fletcher. { place of residence.-and post office address isESU FRIDDELL Plaintiffs, I ires West alol'J' the Northerlyline and you are commanded to be and I .
COD{)!) S. 15th. D5c J 2613212. D12ct of the claimant. and shall be Defendant '. of said Grant. 1327 feet to appear in said Court to show .cause
smcrn to by the claimant. his vsHEIRS lightwood post set in said line; *ny said petition should nt be grant 12. You weigh responsibliU
---- r----r-- --- -- 1 __ __ .---- ] : agent. NOTICE OF SUIT OF .JOSEPH ELAM ROWE, thence South 20 degrees West. your
CIIIIIUAIIUA ', or attorney and accompanied by a deceased, ed and you are commanded to serve ties education
IUPPIES STATE OF tLORIDA : mortgage or rent,
restered. :
FURNISHED APT. Vs block filing ,fee,cf one dollar and such claim Defendants. 13:0::: feet ID: lightwood post; thence a copy of your written defenses and
TO ESAU FRIDDELL
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Call 2CWJ41 or 261- of Post Offce.; Private entrance,'or demand not'to filed snail be void 2403 Taylor Street j jcnatianooga. South 70 degrees East 1300 feet to >bjections on the Attorney for Petitioners i emergencies, retirement. <'v.'. ,
Beetle R. Hiers NOTICE OF SUIT a lightwood post set in the East Thos,. J. Shave. Jr. Jeffreys where SUsd.
5186. learn
tfc ,
You
\ electric.kitchen.i :314\ Alachua. As administratrix of the Estateof ? I Tennessee Tbe State of Florida line of said claim; thence North :Juilamg* lenmdua leach.: Horida: you ,
I Phone 261-5186 or 2614341. tIc J. W. Hiers deceased ., I You are hereby notified that a suit TO: M. U. Rhine, Esquire I :29) oeprfes East 1321 feet to cy. md file the original there in the of \\3. You plan 1 for the future., t
59 FORD RANCH WAGON (First publication November 21, 1963.. I II has been filed against you in the Committee for Henry Parmenter, press tree and place of begining. fice .of the Clerk of the Circuit C"Urtof ., ,.
V-8. automatic\ radio, heale.r. 4t U.|1. 2*. J?.5,,12I above entitled cause; arrJ that you also known as Henry Ernie t'ar. Parcel NO.2: The South onehalfof Nassau Countv. Florida. at Per {
APARTMENT
GARAGE for* rent.I J I are hereby required to file your art I.. menter, Lot 1, or the Southeast QJarter nandina Beach Florida on or before 1
power,brakes and steering. $4 0. I Water furnished. Ph. 261-4218. I swer with the,Clerk !of this Court and 125 West: 40th Street, of the Northeast Quarter of Sec. the 6th day January, 1961. other. MiicFIALA'... .
Ph. 2615878. t tfc ; PlJBLIC NOTICE to serve :a copy thereof upon the New York 13. N. Y.I tion 11, Township 2 North. Range tee a decree may be entered againstyou
I D5p flaimiif\ or Plaintiff'sLattorney, whose ',You are hereby notified that I 23 East. rran'tin" said adoptionV.ITNFSS .
name and address is: Mercury N,, has a suit I Parcel No.3: Lot 8. Section 11, my hand; as C'erk cf sili .
LARGE IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT, been filed\ against,
LADIES FOURTH the I
coats, handrnad : I MCCRANIEBEACH RENTALS JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IV AND av uk,1Is.P. .0. l IU>x 462. JernjiidUeach. ij1 bove entitled cause and you that in Towrviup 2 North. Range 13 East Circuit Court of Nassau C"unty, Flor .
'i quilts, table and chair?, One, 2 bedroom furnished houSe, NASSAU ,fOUVTY, FLORIDA.FOR LVCHANCERY. Florida. not later than Dec I;are hereby required ;to file your you anaer I W.tne my hand and, the seal of ila: .and the seal of baLi C-nirt at Fernandma .. $ Phone 261-31
26th 1963. said Court at iernandma
embet I'.each Beach. Nassau County Florida
Case No. 2756. with the Clerk ,of, this
reasonable. Ph. 261-5804. Court
D5p I $10- week.t< One apartment- $75, FFRVANDIVA..FFDERAI SAVINGS If you fail to do so, Decree Pro, :2nd: to serve a copy thereof upon the urida. tLis 5th day of December, on the 27th. day of November FcrnandIna'flchMetropolitae v
and $55. Phone W I. Me- Confesso will be entered against A. D. 1963.( \. D. 1963.SEALr .
one ANpHLOAN ASSOCUTION a you plaintiff or plalU f's attorney, whose ,
DOZIER & GAY } corporation il (SEAL sD. 0 OXLEY .
5D. 0 OXLEY
--I for the relief demaitled in theCant'. j jnate and address Is: ( /
Cranie 26M642. tIc .,
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new location. } plaint D. 0. Oxley, Clerk Circuit Court Nassau Life Insurance Co.
Plaintiff f AM frabtree. Jr. Clerk cf tee: Circuit Court County, florida. New York 18. N. V.: '
The nature of said suit being for I _.
211 ,Atlantic Ave. I NICE THREE BEDROOM unfurnished .' W., B. KWIRCLL VS. and DORotUY V.KITTRELL Dwoiie.. :I l-Suite.-,. 101---- -.-._.. .Baymar._--.- .- Ruilding.. -- I- 't 125. 12, 19, 2G 4t 1128, 125 )12. 19 -- __: : "
NOTICE home at Five Points husband and wife, I Witness my hand and the! seal' of I -r ;;;;;.. W------ ..::.-. :--- ,,-- .' -:' T' i 11 -- ..:.... : _.
-' It's later than you Defendants. said Court at lernandma Beach Nassau -1
think Time to reserve your I Call 261-5421. tIe NOTICE OF SUIT County. florida. this 27th day Of I
THE STATE OF FLORIDATO November A. D. 13<13. 1
Christmas! selections at Robi-. FOUR ROOM unfurnished : WIS.. Kittrell and Dorothy V. P. 0. Oxley .:: :
,on Jewelry Company, on their apartment KittreH husband and wife, Clerk of Circuit ,Court4t a. :
at beach. $55 year rou ,r/o Mrs. Daisey Reeves 1128. 125, 12, 19
Q.. e tt.lilt :AzJJn. ...-.. Call 2614602.( .d.1 Route. 1--Box 54 - -- : LAS'EftRE MOTOR

tic I FOR SALE OR RENT One You Oiborn.and each South of Carolina.you are hereby PUBLIC NOTICE i .COo
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ratified .that suit been
f-LEXALUM CUSTOM MADE a has filed NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Venetian blinds measured and bedroqm asbestos shingle, uniurnished .I against you in the above entitled ILORIDA STATUTES . .
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{nstalle'd. Wile' range of colors.' : home. Nice lot, excellent 93use. to and file that your jcni answer are-hereby with the required IN JUDGE THE ,COtRT NASSAU 0.COUNTY TUB COUNTY, FLOIL.I I -z--- --',- "__ -- _-_ __ __ ;::;._ ,Lw-: __ r- 1.t d1t.it::'!_> .- '.

PORTER &: LOVEtJUIST Color possibilities, conveniently Cleric of the Circuit Court and to.I I lilA, LV PROUATE. I "
located to business, school,, serve a copy thereof upon the Plaintiff In re: Estate of I
enter. Phone 261-30G8. tIe or. Plaintiff's attorney whose
WILLIAM E. tYROS, DeceasedTo :
SEE THESE 1964 FORD
I church. Excellent buy reasonable name and address. is. : .All Creditors and Persons Having :,: .
REMNANT -VINYL ACCOLON rent. For details phone Herbert 4Vm Fishier Claims or Dcnlaods Against Said Estate
t stock. ft. wMth. 261-4100.!) tic i 215\ Atlantic Avenue : CELEBRATESFORD'S ": :
in 9 $1.65 sq.' 'ernandina Leach.: Florida. WEEKEND : ,
..,You and each of.you are hereby notified TRADE-INS THIS <
>d. Porter & Lovequist Color r:it later than January ,6. ,1954. to .. :
ONE BEDROOM and two bed If fall -do and required present any '
to
you so. decree pro con.
Center. PR. 2G1-30G8. tIc fesso will be entered -aguinst yen for claims ,and .demands, which you. or BIGGEST SALES
furnished '
room apartments. either of you may have against L.t
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the in
.relief :demanded the complaint. .
l OlIP. ELECTRIC start Johnson I I North rietencr. Year round The nature of said suit being for estate of wiulam E. P>ron, deceased .. .
outboard motor run only 3 rent. Ph. 2G1-3595. tfc t l tecJ sure of mortgage on the follow- late of said County. to the County' YEAR WITHfalcon Ford
mg described property situated in, the Judge of Nassau County. Honda at 1 195S Cdsiim 300
hours. $395. can be financed. !pty of erhardina Beach, Nassau his office in the court house of said
BEACH APARTMENTS year County. .Honda to-wit County at Jernandina. Beaph., Honda
Mr. Connelly, 261-5751. tfc round. $35-$55 month, fun1'sh- The following described lands sit I within six calendar months from .the A 2-Dodf, Straight Stock, Overdrive
of
tune the
tIt first publication of thisnotices ,
uate the ,City W Fernandina
DOZIER & GAY PAINTS ea, electricity included. Ph Reach (formerly City of Fernan. Two copies of each claim. 01 -' ...
Best for the South and at reasonable 261-544G. tIe dina), Nassau County Florida and I demand shall be in writing. and shall $495 :
state the of residence arid
place posl
rices. Shiell's I known and: described 'on the official '
Grocery, office address of the claimant. and
plats of said City (as litho
211 Atlantic: c Ave. ll DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT graphed and issued by the Hor- shall be sworn to by the claimant. hi?
rnfurnished. Corner 4th and Ida Railroad Company In 11$7!! I agent,.....or, attorney. .an:! ,.accompanied ,
STANLEY DR. Calhoun street from and enlarged revised and reissuedby by a filing fee of one dollar and such F Ford '
807 completely across The Florida Town Improvement claim or demand not so fried shall be I :? 1959 1 Custom r 300

red corated, 3 bedrooms, oak Fchool St. Joseph's Academy. Co-npary in 1387 and 1901) I void. ,

fioors, nice patio. $11,1)00. Only I hone 2G1-4200 or 2613800.. tfc an' the North Half (N'j) of Lot I As P.ARABAIIA administrator BAYNE of the. PYRON Estate of r Cylinder Strdight Stick "
$406 Two (2)) in mock One Hundred ,
do\vn. and Forty ((140)) I WILLIAM E. PYRON. deceased .
FURNISHED "
ONE one un/ur-I WITNESS my hind and seal of said.jTnos I J. Shave. Jr. : : :
nished Attorney at Law
apartment .. ,
ONLY DOWtf'G350 Court at the City of Fernandina 2 $795 :
$350 a Fernandina Peach Florida
!I Beach. Nassau County. Florida this
Year round. 126 S. Fletcher.
41 1128. 125. 12, 11
month Buys small three bed I %n1. day I of December.. 19C3 "
two bath home. Pan Fhone 2613138. LIe WEAL /s/ DO, OXLEYD !
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room

eled living room. Fire place.: VACATION APTS Clerk FernandjTM, .of' the .Circuit., 0. Court.bxley PUBLIC. NOTICE TO NOTICE UIDDERS 'TI\IW( \ i 1959 Fort! tdieJ1'j :
Beach
OCEANFRONT APT. completely Nassau Couhfo) ; The Board of Commissioners of Amelia ".
rJohn, r. Femira & Son Florida. t".. Islai-i Mosquito Control District of
50ft Atlantic t Ave. ,Phone 261-5371 furnished Day, wfiek, or momn. 4t 1205. 12, 19 26.' Nassau County.. Florida, ulll receive V8 Hardtop Auto. Trans.
Ave. 61-5873. ,
584 Fletcher
S. pealed bids at the office of said Board << "
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EGANS MEADOWSThree PUBLIC NOTICEIN 4th Street Fernandina Beach,. FlorIda -
bedroom h until 2,00; O'clock P.M. E.S.T.
: use. Rent $6
f UPPER L-ECK APIS ,,,Completely .THK' CIRCUIT tockT. FOURTH the 13th day of December 1963. for
$
month. Can be bought $200 :
I I furnished including TV .- JtDICUL CIRCUIT IN AND JOB L&.C lu OWlDt. 096
"w down, $53 per month. 261-3ii NASSAU COUNTY..FLORIDA. One ((1)) New 1964 J30d Willys 4- Buys !
.., TT Phone tic JY.flUNCERY.SE .NO.FERVANDINA W-eel Drive 1Jr Ton 6 Cylinder Truck, '
L FEDERAL .
IIEbROOM SWTVf.SAND with the following specifications;
M TWO HOME TWO ROOM furnished LOAN ASSOCIATION, a corporation Lob: ana Pick-up Jtoay, Turn Signals
apart- Fdk
; LIVING ROOM, kitchen and bath, Oil Bath Filter spare Wheel and Tire. 1 1961 ft .
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ment. Plaintiff, 12&" Wheelbase 115 Jlorsepower, and
t Two-car and extra larffer"
garage :rs. 1:00.16. 6 pjy a.y service. tires.
# .:.ftH. .
;: >m downstairs. Completely\ LEE W. MORfcAv, "a widow DIANA All bids must exclude l all taxes. We Ford Dealers completing '. 2-Door '
F. SAflLMAN are
wealhers.tripped d. Fur. N.OJtfVE: PSEY and WILLIAM All bids shall state the earliest guar
\\nsul:1t:
PHONE t.mt I DEMV tr: her husband, DALLAS ai.eed: delivery date. '
Dished. On fit] sew tage. 70 x LEE MORGAN,, a ..minor, WILLIAM All bids must be marked-en outride in $895..1 .
BIGGEST
sales
.' 125 lot. 1675 S. Fletcher. $io,. YEAR ROUND two bedroom I ZACHERY MORCAN, a minor, UN. of envelope.. "Hid on Willys Truck our year History
4 IIED; STATED OF AMERICA. JOHN and not to be opened until 2:00
850. furnished unfurnished BUD1NE, Jr. and NORMIN liEN. O'clock PM, E.ST. .
or .p C. on December the 64 more
and
Fords
= W ft.1 UEKSOV .. 12th. 1D63." are \ .. ,..
wFOllEJ.r rr"Pt on beach. Phone 261-3
IJefenC 1nts. rte Board cf Commissioners the
'" : HILLS Howard Hammond. 224 S. }' NOTICE OF SUIT Amelia ItlamL., pscqito, Control n $. than To celebrate I I960 Falcon !
= 80'< Stanley Dive 3 bedrooms cher tfcMISCELUNHOPS. THE ITATE. OF FLOB1DA trict of Nassau County; Florida. reserve popular ever. .

living room, kitchen, dining TO Diana Morgan Dempsey 2nd the right to reject any or all 4-Door Stick .
William Dempsey her husband.: bids and to accept tte; theapest or we Straight ,
room, utihy room. Hardwood 1078 Craf Road Nt.if such action is to the best interest are offering money-saving ,

!.. floors. FHA $11,000. $350 Apartment 4 of said Hoard. 1795
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THE BOARD OF COJIMSSIONERS0"J
down no closing costs. You and each of. you arc iereby AMELIA ISLAND MOSQUITO
'* '* notified thai &. W4 has been filed CONTROL DISTPICT OF NASSAU
PERSONAL I
Santa: really :
against )'OU in tte above entitled COUNTY. FLORID oh Falcon in stock.
Pi 212 S. FLETCHER seed a new watch for Christma .ntse. ,aind {that, you are hereby re- Iy! (I. Ralph Wolff. Chairman. t2t every new ;

n. One story duplex, life time roof. Why not lay it away nbw while cuired,,tlUUe your answer witA the 125.12 1959 I Ford Custom SOD
Clerk of toe Circuit Court and to Come in and let show .
ri Live in one and rent other to the selection is good at Robison fcene it copy thereof upon the Plan; PUBLIC NOTIGE today us

pay for both. Jewelry Company? tiff or Puint f's attorney, wuose 9 -, 4-Door V8 Auto: TF hS. Radioand
NOTICE OF SALE ,
Love Ann. tfc name- and address Is; r. how you will I save much
Ifer&rl Wi$. Fishier .To whom it may concern you Heat .
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-Jfau are hereby notified that theroUtIing
: 506 CEDAR :2HVx Atlantic 'Avenue/: C"b
Five bedroom two LET ALCOHOLICS ANONY.' m.ianrtinar: Ieach. Florida fllotoT'vehicleU2 L'tV'.k' more with a 64 Falcon.
d' story frame I Ford. 4Dt, d Sta. Wag.
MOUS help with your drinking not later than December 30. 1963. v -JSerial No. l2n2Wl23272jjjll $795MS
home. $4,500.PETE If you fail to do tsor ekcree,, pro '\:
M. I problem. Write Boi 33S, be sold at-public sale at o'clock
will
be
confesso entered
against IOU
on the 18ti day of December atAlltnyc
rt: INGRAM Salesmin I City or Phone Jax. El G-77QQ.1 Qf..Ule relief demanded toe- com Coast Line Parking Lot.. 50e

L. L. BohaAnon. Broker tfc plaint (Placeof.?afe) ,_
'13 North 4th PhW : The nature of said suit Jx-nV-for: West Water SU 3ahonviUe..FJri .
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\ VANITY BEAUTY SHOP f foieclosure of mortgage on the lollop The proceed of the sole will fee applied TORQUE 1OillJ
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log property situated in theOtX first to the payment d Jr-e costs ;
LATEX WALL PAINT Pofier Permanlnts from Prescription :
r5.95, M Fernandina Ueach Nassau of retafone..$tonng and sate ot said .
&: Gay's at $3.15 pilon., Beauty Service at County Florida. to-wit: motor vehicle and thacOsl.of publication 4 .5 -

Shiell's Grocery, 211 Atlantic budget prices. Ph. 61-4688. Ifc Lot SOUTH. Twelve BEACH(12)).according Block One to plat((1)). the satisfaction of notice of of sale the balance and then due\to

Ave.QlAILT..jmW.ijM. recorded in Plat Book 3. page U. vn eLthe contract covermg the financing .
FOUND A HANDY WAY to of the public records of Nassau ol.said motor verJcfe, Any

? :! $ Vach. do your holiday shopping now. County Florida. k -* ... surplus will be paid to you and ,,yo"
.. Ph. 2GI..t S3' 261-5234. tIe Robison will WITNESS my hand and the seaLof frill remain liable for any balance LAS SERRE MOTOR
or I Jewelry Company said Court at Fernandiaa. lieseb. remaining urpaid, under' ,.said*eoiyract-, COMPANY
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I be glad to hold your gift choiceon Nassau County. Honda this 26th. -
FOR SALE OR RENt their Lay-Away Plan. tie day of November, 1963. 500 West Water Street
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down payment, $G5 mont}}. 1t*. FLOOR SANDING and feholsh.ing. Clerk. of the. Circuit v D, 0. Court Cacley 'Sobth 8th Street You Ford Dealer Since 1910 Phone 261 -3819

novated (Inside and out. Phone Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson. Fernandina Beach. Nassau County, Trade I

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P e Twelve News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursday, December 5, 1963 Committee, nationwide of Check
I James ': i MAYOR'SPROCLAMATION sponsor a Safety Your Car Fernandina Beach, Florida
Sgt. Bowers$ effort to encourage communities Check Your Driving Check Ac- National Vehicle Safety-Check for
NORTH 14th STREET I t. to offer free and voluntary 10-I cidents." All traffic organizations,I Communities
i At The Churches I BAPTIST CHURCH Appointed To DCS .. point Safety-Checks of vehicle public officials, public informa- 2000 K Street, N. W.
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1:45 ajii, _____ Sunday School j condition, andWHEREAS I tion media service and trade association Washington 6, D. C.
FIVE POINTS BAPTIST PRINCE OF PEACE 11:00 a.ra. __ Morning Worship !I I : Theme for the industries, schools, and
CHURCH LUTHERAN CHURCH 6:30 p.m. ,w-._._.._... BTU 1 At Fort Sill, Okla.I I' WHEREAS: Traffic accidents annual Safety-Check is "Join the i churches are hereby urged to
7:30 _. case a staggering waste of life Circle of Safety Check Your take an active part in this traffic
Evening Worship -
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J. W. Keen, Pastor Donald R. Himmelman, Pastor p.m. |I and andi
94&m.; _..... Sunday School Phone 261-5634 7:3U p.m. Mid-1Yeek Services'I' Sgt. James J. Bowers, son of WHEREAS property It is the individual Car Check Your Driving -I safety program and join in the I i
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Safety"
Sunday School 9:45 Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Bowers of Check Accidents, help pro-
11(00( a.m. Morning Worship a. m. : responsibility: of citizen to use ec'T
6:30: p.m. Training Union I Worship Service __ 11:00 a. m. 1kMEMORIAL Fernandina Beach, has recently.help: prevent traffic every accidents, NOW THEREFORE, I, E. J, |mote "Safety in The Sixties.
Y:30( p.m.Evening Worship if METHODIST been appointed to Officer Candidate -I'and! Johnson, Jr., Mayor, do hereby I IN WITNESS WHEREOF I
:Wednesday prayer service, 7:3(' CHURCH OF GOD OF CHURCH School for 5% months ,of designate and proclaim the month i t have here unto set my hand and
PROPHECYRer. Nelson P, Moyer, Pastor !training to take place at Fort I!j I WHEREAS: The Fernandina of (or the week of) December 7-1 caused the Seal.of our City to be ')
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H. C. Drury, Pastor 9:45: a.m. ___ Sunday School I, Sill, Oklahoma. His period of instruction -I i!I Beach, Junior Chamber of Commerce 14, 19G3, as VEHICLE SAFETY-!,affixed..
10:00 a.m. Sunday_Schwl t il00; ajn. ,__ Morning Worship : began December 1. 'i in cooperation with the CHECK WEEK and call upon I I (SEAL) E. J. Johnson, Jr.
11 a.m. Mornin, Service dab; yjn. MYF Supper &; Program National Vehicle Safety Check every citizen to "Join the Circle''' E. J. Johnson, Jr., Mayor I

7:45 p.m. ..._.._ Evening Service -- -- -- _..-_- ---
i 7:45 p.m. Wednesday, V.LB. Service 7:30 p.m.Evening Worshil __Ieeeee..eeeeeeelelll41.t""e"o
j for young people. : ,
ST. MJuHAEL'S CAfllOLIC
ST. FLTJSK'b LPISCUPALCHURCIi CHURCH 4K SOFT WEVE e
Rev. W. J. Holmes, Pastor
p.rn.'f The Rev. James D. Ellisor, Rector Sunday Mass __.,__ 2nd, 4th I \ Bathroom
1:30 A.M. Holy communion Sunday ?___ 7:30 am _. Tissue 19c :
I0u0 A.M. Choral Eucharist Sunday, .Mass ______ 1st, 3rd
Ili5 A.M. Church School 6th Sunday, 11:30 am I I 11 2 Unit Pack White or Colors T I
b:00 P.M. Episcopal Young Monday, Young People 7 p.m.
Churchmen Daily ? ?.... u 8 ajn 1 LIMIT 2 PACKS WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER ,
'![ (This is the schedule of every Saturday Convent Chape! \ e
Sunday with the exception of the 3:30: Communion in Convent MONOGRAM
last Sunday of the month) 6:30: P.M. Young People' f Ii

.. .. LAST-ft SUNDAY* OF* THE Meeting.* 6 Long Grain Rice 39c

MONTH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN i i
'Exciting 7:30 A.M. Holy Communion CHURCH "
10:00: A.M. Morning Prayer Rev. John Dozier Pastor 3 Ib. Cello Bag ,''t. :
and Sermon Church School 9:45: A.M. .
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11:15 A.M. Church School Worship Service '11:00: A.M. He was chosen for the appoint. e
'Newr 5:00: P.M. Episcopal Young Youth Meetings 6:00: P.M.. ment on the basis of a favorable JUNE BOY
Church School 7:30 P.M. I military record made during his
Churchmenfr # # past three years in the army. He : Kosher Dill Pickles i,. 49c :
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD also was the subject of 2 highly 1
/ Paint/ Bailey Road Rev. E. A. Lewis faster complimentary letters of recommendation
J. C. BYRD, PASTOR 10:00 am.: Sunday School written by his com: '
;j Sunday Schooi 10 A.M. 11:00 a.m. Won? Service manding officers.A i 604 Atlantic Avenue.' '81', Big /2 Gallon :
Colors/ Morning Worship 11 A.M. 6:30 p.m. C. A. Youth Services '59 graduate of F.B.H.S., .
Evening Service 7:30 P.M. Bowers held the office of class .
Service
7:30 Evangelistic :
TABERNACLE BAPTIST Thursday p.m.mid week service president for five consecutive FROZEN. 4 For LIBBY'S 17 azs. 5 For :
Choose from the wide array of CHURCH years. Other high school achieve. 4!
amartly-styled decorator colors Amelia Road Phone 261-3487 6 7:30*p.m.* ments include: recipient of the : Cube Steaks 59c Fruit Cocktail $100 .
available in Du Pont Color-Fast Rev. Loyd Chambers, Pastor ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN Pepsi Cola Merit Award, 4 yearson .
House Paint You'll like the way Sunday School 10 a.m. ,CHURCH the varsity football squad, and BLUE RIBBON Lb. KING COLE
GREEN 2 For
jt keeps its fresh-painted look for Q
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Amelia Neil Intersection state board member of the Flor
years, Scores of colors-all made I Evening Worship 7 p.m. City ida Youth Workshop. He com-
With fine, fade-resisting pigments AU : Chuck Roast 45c Beans & Potatoes 25c
and non-yellowing oils. Save by Wednesday Service 7 p.m. A. F. Gerbhardt, Pastor pleted one year at Florida State :
University before entering the
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4:00 Morning Service
repainting less often.e a-m. -
SPRINGHILL BAPTIST service.A BONELESS Lb.
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CHURCH FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH recent bridegroom, he and FYNE BAKE 3 Lbs. J
Outside State Hiway 107 NassauvilleRev. his bride, the former Miss Lana
Rev. J. T. Dunntm Pastor Pork Roast - 49
Dan E. Wade, Pastor Worship Services: 8:30 A.M. McCranie of Dawson, Georgia, : Shortening : '. 58c
mm $7.75 Pastors Prayer Time A.M. made history at the nurses' }
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(For Men) _.__ 7 a.m. training school at Columbus, Ga. :
mmTrtm& I Sunday School 9:45: a.m. 7:30 P.M. with their November 15 wedding.It ., PORK LOIN I SALE LIMIT 1 WITH $5.00 FOOD OltDElt %
Sunday School 9:45 A.M
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Morning Worship 11 ajn. was the first wedding ever per.
J Training Union __ 6:15: p.m. Training Union __ 6:15: P.M. mitted to be solemnized in the : Rib Half Lb. 49c CHASE & SANBORN 1 Ub.Tin f
'D :Trjm- .. ;' : Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Prayer Service ______ Wednesday nurses' dormitory. Mrs. Bowersis -
i u;Port t"DuluxJ/ I Wednesday: 7:30 P.M. presently in nurses' training at : Coffee 59c I
/ fit tt r.ULU' Men's Hour of Power .._ 7 p.m. Vf the; school., I : Loin Half Lb. 55c
u e" t BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH '
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Prayer Service 7:30 p.m. At OCS, a potential officer is, REGULAR DRII'
Enamel)1: "Whosoever will 429 South 6th Street various including :
may come. taught many subjects -
Rev. C. W. Page, Pastor leadership, military tactics : RIB END ( Lb. FOOD FAIR 1 Lb. Tin :


Nassau Building Rev.PINE A.GROVE CHURCH Z. Knight BAPTIST, Pastor Sunday 10:00 11:00: A.M.A.M.Services__ Morning: Sunday WorsM-School and gram, combat personnel is offered problems.work with, map the The reading goal pro-of, : Roast, Whole, Lb. 45c Coffee - 49c f

6:30 p.m. ___ B.T.U. the student fundament.al REGULAR DRIP J
Co. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. giving a t
-. .Supply Morning Worship 11 a.m 7:30 7:00: P.M._Men'_ Prayer Service military background.The : Roast Sliced Lb. 49c I Limit One of Your Choice With $5.00 Food Order J
Evening Worship ,
1129 S. 8th Street 11:00 a.m. Morning Servict p.m. purpose of this intensive t ,

PHONE 2613648DIPOllt 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service 7:00 Tuesday: .._ Visitation training is to prepare the proS'pective of- PrOdUCIDip fi'' eNt

Mils 7:30 p.rn. Wednesday V.L.B.W.M.B.Young p.m.'- 'A n.- -)-w, responsibility officer for and the command position he i: GIANT :

People CHURCH OF GO!) will be required to hold during his A
4 7:45 .,,, Prayer Meeting Cor. 4th and Cedar Sta.Riv. military career as an officer. Cheer 8CARROTS------
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--.. -- L. Martin Johnson, Pastor Upon the completion of his e 9c-
Phone 261.3807 OCS training, Bowers will be GIANT
-y Stop Here First 10:00'10m.. Sunday School commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenantin : Florida Dozen J
11:00 aJn. .__ Morning Service one of three component partsof : FvneTex-----48c
1 PE. Friday ]Evening 7:30: p.m. the combat arms of the U. S. ORANGES------29c :

7:30: pju. ,_ ... Evening Service Army, artillery, infantry, or ar. Limit .' t
r..... FOR CASH Prayer meeting Wednesday my. One of Your Choice With $5.00 Food Order Pound Q

7:30: p.m. FRE 32 CABBAGE 5c
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Tuesday: Singing Practice 7:30
CHURCll OF,CHRIST p.m. 10 Package
oz.
Mayonnaise
Sduth lath! Street (Held at various members homes) .- 39c .

.. 'Kenneth L. Jbnes, Minister Wednesday: Mid-week Bible PITTED DATES 29c .
Sunday; Bible! Study ..10:00 a.m. Study w._- _.__. 7:30: p.m : LIMl'n ,WITH 5.00: FOOD ORDER
Morning Worship ..11:00: a.ra. Thursday: Ladies Class 10:30: a.m.. ., ,
't'.th .. ,.. Evening Worship, 7:00 p.m,, (Held at various_members,-. -homes-) ..... ..._.............__.,. "ee I e *_*5
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