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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 12, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Television seems to be contri _
buting its share toward the
current effort of eliminating reference The City Commission approvedthe
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to or use of the Bible or opening up of Jasmine Street.
the Lord's name in public. I notedon 'Qsa : L City To Act On as another-4horoughfare from
the most recent program I downtown to the Atlantic beaih

viewed, where barristers and NEW OFFICERS OF THE NASSAU DISTRICT of the North Florida Council of Boy IndiscriminateGarbage 1LicTllt3COJfSJ as they met last night in bi-
court proceedings were featured month! session.At .
that the Bible was absent whena Scouts of America were installed by Horace Williamson, Chief Scout Executive of the the/ present Jasmine ends

witness was sworn in nor did Council, at ceremonies here Friday night. Thad Lee has been named to succeed Tom : Dumping at 15th Street and it unpaved. It:

his swearing include the usual "so I i I Lannon as District Chairman, the highest local office in Scouting. Left to right, at is the tenth street from Atlantic

help you God". This country has 'i' the installation were Jerry Stouffer, Advancement Chairman; Franklin Jones, Institutional I Ii During discussion Avenue on the South and l lies between
done so well for so long under I'I Representative of Cub Pack 350; Lannon: Dick Galphin, Institutional Representative (i a landfill operation on a new'sanitary for1 I II Indigo and Kelp.

God it leaves me puzzled that the of Troop 89; Williamson; Jim Siyers, Scout Executive for Nassau District; I this city, the City Commission When completed itfill run

efforts of a relatively few can I Lee; Lloyd Uffelman, District Committeeman at Large; Bob White, newly-elected District I moved last night to take strong I I through what is new toile city
hav uch effects. IIi |
far-reaching Vice-Chairman; Jerry Lancaster, District Committeeman at Large and Fred steps to curb indiscriminate j dump area and will have its K:as -
Congratulations to Florida's high- Townsend Nassau District Commissioner. Ii dumping of garbage. j ern terminus on Fletcher Avenue
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their firm stand
jest .legal,body on midway between Atlantic Avenue
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against this additional encroach i and Sadler Road.
i revealed that in instances
two
ment' on' the personal freedomsset ,' The decision to'open the street

forbears.forth for this country by our Board Asks Preston To Reconsider garbage: city street had by been a person dumped, who on was a is the result of the adoption of a

,I identified both times as a reputable sanitary landfill project by the
6 local citizen by letters and city, to replace the outmoded method -
It's good news that the City I wrappers .in the garbage. i today of disposing of gaib-

Commission has urged a clamp. II Sets CD Once the j said garbage was age. S
down on the indiscriminate Resignation Spending PolicyThe ( dumped in ttieForest Hills resi-'I The roadbed will be constructed -

ing of garbage in this dump-I dential area and' again on North across the Egan's Creek marsh
practice not only creates an unsightly : 2nd Street. by a combination bullddzer-load-
I Board of County Commissioners heads, voted yesterday to The action came after over I
also involvesa adopt er, being secured for the
but sanitary
aspect I II I I (Continued on Page Three)
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definite health hazard. The who recently took a1 I I'a new policy on such spending two hours discussion of Col.! landfill project
action J. D. DAUGHERTY of Florida Public Utilities
strong stand on unauthorized where it concerned the Director' Walter Preston's resignation as manager This of
type operation will eliminate
I news on story the matter in this is issue carried as well in a spending by county department of Civil Defense. !' Director of Civil Defense for i McKendree Gives Co., and Mrs. R. M. White, Chairman of the "Christ. the present burying of
-- .A. .1. J mas Magic" committee of the Magnolia Garden Club
Nassau Preston ,
as the laws governing such I )II{ )II{ A County. resigned j garbage in the dump area and the
prac-
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J following November's Commission represent the co-sponsors of the "Christmas Magic" light :
tice and the penalties that may burning of trash, both of which
be imposed. Ira Hall Reports r A meeting, at which time he was 1 jKiwanians f Report ing contest open to all Amelia Island residents. Daugh- are considered offensive to those
cited for spending funds without erty is showing Mrs. White one of the nine prizes fur- living near this iarea.

1 Record Collection prior approval of the Commis- On Re-Evaluation nished by his company for contest winners. The prizesare At last night's meeting the
\ Attention of parents is called I *
; I Commission took action
on display at the Florida Public Utilities Co. on three
I sion.At
\ to a state law with which not _. of
the
that time points
and again yester- --- i proposed program.
everyone is familiar. This is the Of Taxes day Preston maintained that his i BY TOMMY HALL I They authorized the advertUe-
: County II
law that forbids a minor to secure office should carry a certain Lonnie Hollingsworth program !Community Backs 'Lions! Hear Talk I ment for bids on the tractor-
I cigarettes from a vending i, amount of responsibility on such I chairman, presented as the prin- I loader.
machine. Minors, in this instance, A new record has been set ,by I
cipal speaker at meet- They authorized the
I matters and that he was "ham Monday's expenditure
I I are considered as those under 16 the office of Ira JIall, Nassau strung" on spot purchases of surplus -i ing of the Kiwanis Club, Tax Jaycee Drive For On Postoffice of funds for a survey of the
year of age. Notices are now County Tax Collector, with the items as they go on sale at'' Assessor Eddie McKendree.The right-of.way of Jasnrfne Street
posted on the machines to this collection and distribution of Camp Blanding, distribution pointof speaker gave Kiwanians a between South 8th and Fletcher
,1 effect $823,525.73 in November. surplus government materials.In .- mental picture of what the new i/ ,Toys For Tots""So I i Operation Here Ave.They

I The large No'mber collec- his resignation, Preston had' tax structure might look like I approved the cleaning up
I I Fishermen and others inter- tions epresented82.9%( of the said that he could not work under when the present re-evaluation I'II far the 'Toys for Tots' Fernandina Beach Lions, meet- I (Continued on page two)
ested in the ocean tides will note total ?63 tax, roll.of $1,035,886.55 the conditions imposed or in the program, now in progress by his drive is progressing very well,"I!!j I ing Tuesday night at Seaside Inn I I
t that the News-Leader has added approved by tbr
"'\ an extra day to this feature. It r '. members of the Board. McKendree stated that a savings I the.JayCee "Toys for Tots", com- 1 I Postmaster W. H. Melton tell of :
I was pointed out by Col. Eber Phi- The 17.1% thaj! remains uncol- He had also said that he would j of approximately $25,000 had j i mittee. '' the local postoffice operation and

lips, an inveterate fisherman,!Jected represent $178Q47.21, allowing II not again be subjected to the been effected by tl\e county by | The JayCees are being helped its history.

that the Tides. only ran from '?or the sum{ of$34,313.61 humiliation resulting from the j Caving him conduct. the" le-assess-. in repairing the toys collected 1 by Melton told the Lions that then .
.I Friday through Thuradsy of Ihe QiSwunts, awarded those p y. ,.method"In which ,he was inf rmer'( Wntpropam.. AHidtfapproi- (' (following! :"prganlzaHmiS: Key t"pstoffi( 1irFIortdr'svar'
following week. lie said that since 1 ing taxes before the Dec. dead by the Board that he had _not': mately $100,000 had been receive 1 Club,' .ittl Women's Club,4Good I tabjished here in the Old Town :""'

subscribersgetting their paper line. HARRY POOLE was named used proper procedure in purchasing I ed 4rom Huhmcut and Associatesfor > Samaratains of the Elm street area. He said also that the first
L by mail usually had it ,delivered I Hall listed the following agencies chairman of the County CommisSion and the attendant publicity : doing the work. McKendree, i Recreation Center, and the personnel mail delivery between cities in
on Friday, this left them without as beneficiaries of the tax for the coming 6 monthsat in a newspaper. : by hiring local help, has been I of the State Road' Prison ]! Florida was from here to St. Au-
jf the Tides for that day until their : money distributed in November: I a reorganizational session Among other things in his resignation -: able to provide the same serviceat i, Camp at Callahan. i ij gustine around 1816.

paper was delivered unless it Nassau.County Board of Public I yesterday: John B. Higginbotham he said that he could I a considerable He stated savings that in to the j The Sunday ;School of the First I The speaker said that his information .
was carried in the preceding is- Instruction, $441,556.44. was named vice chairman. not accept a "stand still" positionin county. some :'Baptist Church, the Woman's came from the Duncan I
instances the re-evaluation will I
T sue. The suggestion was considered Nassau Board of County Commissioners Renamed by the Commissionwere Civil Defense and could no I result in possible higher rate of ; Club members, and the Boy Scouts, !:! L. Clinch Historical Society of
: well taken and we are concurring $2,0l8.53.Humphicys A. S. Scussell, road super i longer be a party to an operation a i under the direction of Bob Fin-i I I Amelia Island.
!,I beginning with this is- I I Memorial Hospital, intendent; Thos. J. Shave, Jr.. where, in his opinion, "political I taxation Continued for some individuals Six ,!cannon were helpful with the ; He said that the present post- -a
( on Page )
,1 sue. Other such constructive criticism I $07,227.36. I 'county\ attorney, and Thomas : fright" is given preference over task of toy collection. !' office building was completed in

will be as readily ac Mosquito Control Authority of I G. Hall county prosecutor and I good sound leadership. The Baptist Church designated 1910 and that it was considered : I
I cepted. Amelia Island, 3814933. I county service officer. I Also in his resignation he cited Eastern Star Plans I two Sundays during which toys .I' the best constructed building in

State Board of Health, Harry Poole for his single-handed Christmas Party were brought in for needy chil- i, this city. -

)I It's good news to baseball fans .574.07.. $34'-1 Wade H. Edmondson I support on the Board of County I dren. Roger Lawhorne collected I His figures of the present post-
in this area that the Minnesota The 1963 tax roll showed a ; Commissioners. For December 17 toys for the JayCees. office operation revealed that II

Twins are moving their AAA of $146,97521 over the figure of Funeral TuesdayFuneral I (Continued on page two) Fernandina Chapter ,No. 55, : At the December meeting of the : around $1,000,000 is handled .each

J. baseball team from Dallas-Fort $888,911.34 in 1962. for Wade Hampton I Order of the Eastern Star, will Woman's Club members were allowed (Continued on Page Six)
Edward Doe of
Worth in the Pacific Coast League Edmondson, 87, was held Tues : Handel's 'Messiah'To j hold its regular meeting on Tues- I to bring toys for tots. As-: I be soloist Jacksonvillewill for
to Atlanta in the International Mrs. Satterwhite day at the Woodlawn Baptist day night, December 17, at 7:30 sisting the JC's in this effort was ; I guest theWoman's
League. This means that Church in Jacksonville, with Rev. in the Masonic Temple. i! Mrs. Imogene Land. Seat Belt Sale Club Concert on Dec.

I the fans can see the team in ;.laid To Rest i Ralph E. Webb, pastor, and Rev. Be PresentedBy j This will be Friend's Night and i The Boy Scouts had plans to ember torium.17 at the' Municipal Audi-_

spring training here and then L A. Rawls, officiating. Inter- the annual Christmas party. Each [ bring toys to their December 11
I In
I MississippiMrs. Continues In Doe Is noted for performancesin
during the regular season when i ment followed in Riverside Memorial member is urged to come, bringa :i meeting and also collected toys '
they play in Jacksonville againstthe I II Park. FBHS Chorus | fifty cent gift, meet visiting December 12. i concerts and musicals. In ad
D 'I
S. Satterwhite, motherof i
I dition to several soles, he will-
Suns, another International I friends from other Chapters in All of these toys will be distributed -;
Mrs. J. J. Klarer, was laid to Mr. Edmondson died Sunday The Fernandina Beach High I Jaycee ProgramThe sing am arrangement of "Silent
League entry. Jack McKeon, a this area, and enjoy the Christ- to needy children in the :
I rest November 25 in the Masonic !I morning at his home in Jacksonville | School Chorus will present its an- Night" with the chorus. -
familiar face here every springfor i! Cemetery at Amory, Miss., following -: after a brief illness.He ;, nual Christmas concert at 7:45 mas party. Christmas Fernandina Beach. area on or by Fernandina Beach Jaycees Details of the concert and the
will be at
time
quite some I eve.Jaycees
the club Other funeral at 11 a.m. at Pickle j was born in Nassau County 1 Ion the evening of Thursday, December will continue their seat belt sale I guest artist will be found in a
the pf again.
helm Funeral Home. : and had lived in Jacksonville for Fernandina Beach
teams: in the league will be Toronto Officiating 19 in the high school audi- at the Safety Lane Check on : story on page 5. ..-
was her grandson, Rev. David 55 years. He was a member anda torium. SetChildrens'
WeatherU. South 5th St. Saturday, and in
i
Syracuse, BuffalorRoches- I
Satterwhite, pastor of the Baptist deacon of the Woodlawn Baptist | Choral Director Mrs. Frank the downtown 'I' S
ter and Columbus. Joe Fitzgerald, S. Approved Weather Station Party area. Space Necessitates.
Church in Bay Springs, Miss., I Church. He retired in 1946 i Arnold will lead the chorus in a
South 7th At Lime Street
veteran Twins Scout, and Buck The safety belts sell for $5.00 I
Rev. Buford of Canaan Baptist after 40 years of service with I number of traditional Christmas Lewis Nolan Cooperative Observer Christmas Eve Holding Features
who will be seat and will be installed for
Chamberlain, again Church, Bessemer, Ala., and Rev. I the Seaboard Air Line Railroad.He carols. The "Messiah," by Fred- Max. Min. Rain per
trainer for the AAA club, stop-i Morton of the First Baptist I Thurs., Dec. 5 69 34 0 i The annual JayCees' Children's $1.00 a set at any of the four following I Until Later IssueThe
is survived by his widow, erick Handel will be sung by the ,
ped by last week on their way Church of FrL, Dec. 6 60 35 0 I held locations: Beckett's Pure
be
Amory. Christmas will
I Party
Etta Edmondson three chorus the climax of the
home after working in the Winter I Mrs. Mary ; as pre- Sat, Dec. 7 58 38 Oi I ISun. Monday, December 23, 1963, from Oil Station, Lasserre Motor Co., News Leader management
j; I
Mrs. Satterwhite
W N. sentation.
died Novem- ,
Mrs. Galphin
I daughters, I
St. Pete. Both Five Points Gulf Station andGordon' the omission this
League at are I I' ., Dee. 8 71 40 .011! regrets weekof
3:00 P.M.'til 5:00 P.M.
: :
ber 22 at Humphreys Memorial Fernandina Beach, Mrs. PrestonA. There will be no admission '
pleased at the move. Time sure Mon., Dec. 9 59 34 .01 Automotive Service. several features and pictures
Hospital, following extended Raulerson Mrs. Cecil W. :. charged for the but Santa has picked Atlantic Ave. I
an and performance, ,
flies, it's only about 3 months Tues., Dec. 10 61 30 0 Bud Lewis, committee chair- which will be of equal interest
illness. She had celebrated donations will be I' near the Welcome Station as the I I
I her Acree, Jr. of Jacksonville 10 accepted.The
until the Twins farm clubs will t ; can't buy bet- when later date
: Wed., Dec. 11 64 37 0 fruit and I man says "you a published at a ,
95th earlier is invited spot to give away toys,
birthday this and four j i
grandchildren great- public cordially
year.
be back again for spring training. i iI I The weather is furnished courtesy J ter Christmas present than seat and therefore did not warrant
i iI
candy.
(Continued on Page Six) I grandchildren. to attend. Florida Public UtilitiM O belts. lives!"
I I IiRalphWood All children invited. i Seat belts save i additional pages for this issue
J Fred Durden I I ,_ are .-- : __ *
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Succumbs Former* Resident Monday, j jJLfrcd I I Honored For Service To Boy- Scouts !' zk

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Durden, former resident Ralph Wood, who recently an-
died Monday evening at nounced that he was retiring from
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Davenport, Fla. Funeral was held Scouting after 25 years serviceas
today in the family cemetery at a Scoutmaster, was honored
Twin City, Ga. with a testimonial dinner last

Mr. Durden was a druggist at week at the Junior High Cafe-

Waas Drug Store for many years, toriura.
moving to Davenport ten years The Scouts of Troop 89, of
ago following his retirement which Wood has been

lie i is survived by his wife, Mrs. ter since 1943, attended Scoutmas-I

Frankie Durden, Davenport; a ner in a bod/ along :
daughter, Mrs. Hazel Wormhoudtof number of other Scouting officials ;
Ottumwa, Iowa; and two grand IlL and local interested citizens. I'I ri1*

children. Bill Miller, Troop 89 Committeeman -

acted as master of ceremonies ,
Request For Speed for the dinner and intro-
duced a number of the Scout leaders I

Zone On Blackrock. '. .. in attendance at the dinner.R. .

Road i Turned Down E. Phinney, a member of the

I .. National Council of the Boy
Harry. Poole, County Commissioner -- $1 Scouts of America and a holderof BILL E. SMITH was one of the many who took advantage of the Jaycees' Safety
notified this week .. the Silver Beaver award, was did lack for ice. J. C. .
was by S Check ]last Saturday, and from the above picture not sen Campbell
", ., ,. Wood
; ,,/ on the program and praised
X.'s "
Road Board T
that '
the State a request safety check chairman, reported Smith's car was the tenth through the safety
for his exemplary contribution to
for a Road speed has zone been denied.on the. RALPH WOOD receives a plaque from Troop 89 for exemplary service rendered dur. Scouting. lane, with some 135 getting checked during the day. Shown with Smith (leaning

io Blackrock The notice from J. A. Brewer, }i ing his years as scoutmaster. Left to right, at last week's testimonial dinner for Wood, Phinney said that Wood had a against his car) are, from left, Bill Gooding, Charles Harrison, City Police Officer

district engineer, stated that a ; are '\. A. Wood, Hal Belcher, Troop 89 Comitteeman, Mrs. Wood, Wood, Bill Miller, genius that few Scoutmasters are Curtis Smith, Florida Highway Patrol Sargeant Doyle, who headed up the inspectionfor

study has been made and at this Troop 89 Committeeman and master of ceremonies at the dinner, Horace Williamson, endowed with in being able to the Jaycees, Jim Beatty, J. C. Campbell, Bob Fincannon and Bill Leuschner. The
time they could not recommend a'I' Chief Scout Executive of the North Florida Council, and R. E. Phinney, member of reach the boys in his Troop, to second Safety Lane in the current Jaycee program, will be open this Saturday,

zone at thi requested location. 1 the Rational Council and a holder of the coveted: Silver! Esaver Award. o_ .,_ .(ContiDue on page fix) December 14, at the game location, South 5th St., between Atlantic AT*,, and Ash St,




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'- I f1'1'e Two Xews-Leackr, Femandina Beach, Florida-Thursday, December 12, 196 ', Resident's Daughter Alan &Atlvtti'" !In conjunctfcn.
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1"'' I .. '. I I Directs TaghoM|| .e Chun. under the direction ,
.. I Board Asks LETTERS TO & of Gene Simjn{ -Jr. \
v Preston I
: Christmas ClorMrs.
::. H. The j jt I t. ,. | State tfnffersity.The OllPda f
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: -.5-- OL I (Cqntinue4 front Page pne) '! THE EDITOR I. combine c () ,
I t i M'Jdred! (Mipkc7)) J{- Har-
"--. I :t, Notion Counter During the long ds( u.<(!jon! :: } : sent the early AmericanSpyledChristian J;;
-1 Det'fmber 9, 1963 L' ""- risen, daughter of Mrs, John Christaias rimtat lit tMFirt i
cpmmissipn Chajrman Jim ltl !
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m Pi\L: [] I BY PAUL WARWICK alas took each point, ja Preston's i,.i 'ditor} Njwl-Led! r :;:" / ," JiJarer jf FernWvdi Jfcaeh, Church Decemb *tl5WE I ll1 l i
: r I resignation, read them senaratelyand Fernandma Beach, Fla. will direct the choir of the Faith.
Den :Mr. Caldwell, Presbyterian Church of Tallahassee
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: small, sweetly wholesome things : the views of the Commission on : spy i only re- _. -- --- :
:: rJ [rin life that stick into you the !j I each. Dfu+ u$ qf what has been said; ._ ... -.. A .' t
m 2 I detest.2 and stay with you'; the'I! Thomas took strong issue with by thousands' { of Amer'cans! since :- 1

!longest: I think I have added another -' Preston on two points in the re the trap assassination of our : .
I late president, John )', Kennedy. I
h s'">h memory that will re-i signation. ? APPRECIATE ,
... f" i' F( i .t: main with rrje as long as I have : First was the reference to Apolitical i Although in puny" and mast

.,., Ot ; r:: tny pspacU; to remember. I l fright" and serr14! J was the ""' ifi the points of Fjew betweenthe YOUR BUSINESS i I
? J { S It happened three days ago up fjrvjin oat rf rfi'"mf inner Kennedy} Atfmfnhtratjon/ and :' Y

in Camden County, near Waverly, Pooe) for his "single-handed sup- myself conflicted, it j U without M ;' ,fit TRY HARD TO i
I In surroundings that are so close- port on the County) Commission"of doubt that I say |that Mr, l Ken ..
.... I I Ilv related to those of northeast Civil Defense. nedy was of t the highest caliberof
it F P ( r, < i111rTc Florida that you fen't tell where Thomas said that he> was rtp{ man f He was certa'nly of great Y'd?\

OJ : (the Georgia Crackers begin and Jan! seeking i the ,political i office ); intellectual: !I 1 and intelligence capacity ..

,, the Florida Crackers leave off. pe now holds and that his actionwere s I i: a true statesman and patriot Wl. J.CIOt HANP pastor of \ \ Jlolly Henderson, Mgr, .....,. ;

r.. Y Anyway, I walked into the based on his ability to do i and in his brief lifetime ll.kaQnfme'i First Presbrffr. I ,: '. -.;.. .
U W mote) restaurant operated by the,best he could for the most showed the world a quality of Ian Church, acted ai guide and r i

: o Johnny Kaminis on Route 17, fora peoole. : rouraue tht had been possessed I narriator as he took those present I .., ESSO SERVICE = ,
:: Y y f# ; 'xf' bit of sustenance and there He scored the reference to.. : by only a small handful of Amierpani I for the Sunday evening t _

encountered Col. Burwell Atkinson Poole's "sin le.};3rAed sutport" i | before him, ,
rk t service at the frrnandins Beach : 629 S, 8th Street ..,- \
; ,fl' ti 'f r yc i pl r- a retired Georgian of distinguished j pf Civil Defense and paiJ that : Put hayen't P'e ((tnc Amerlr ; first Presbyterian Church on a i! rC -

attainments who wants without a majority of the Board !pan public) gona quite a, bit too colorful tour of 19 European I Ij ,
> } ypu to know, first of all, that the ) the present operation would''not I far in our honors of his memory t j| countries by way of slides he ,! '
: ; "cp'oneP, before his name jg a I I II have been possible. *' ; During the past week I have readI I made during his trip there last : .-
'' / neighborhood honorary label, al-1 i Thos. J. Shave, Jr., countjrjatJorney I{ pr heard of numerous bills being I summer with his family. -

'';': "."]..} t ., tit ia \J I though Burwejl did serve as 'ani I was called on. by Thomas i Introduced to Congress and sug.. i t.
t
\ .l d "i'J,: :I officer in World War I. I:fo clarify the Co mhsion's.'p I sl-| ge tions being made that many r I David Gatchel approved. ,
: ; It Col. Atkinson in true :tion on unauthorized spending airports schools bridges, was
: hospitable I i geographic Commissioner Hilton Kitchens;
: ? 'f.F ;'Y J1', [0m t fashion, insisted that I share : i;have said that state law places 1 locations, and yarjgus I:Requested that lighting ;
'
'c. his )lunch there with him. He was ;, 1 the responsibility for budget audit '!pthcrs, change their respectivet i.North, 8th Street present be changed! to !
[0 haying a nice portion of baked 'Control in the hands of them C
: C//fuZusWEATEns I sea bass, a specimen he had hook, i i sioners, and that this requires 1 rklso'why does this: one, out of ,in contributing to the. safety of tt } t
m j'' ed the day before in the Dover I prior approval of purchases by 'million of deceased Americans, motorists and pedestrians alike. :',
M '" '-' fluff area not too far east 0/:1: i ill department heads. 35 merit an eternal flame over his :'Approval \vas given for such a :
': HEAVY-RIBBED ZIPPER-SMOOTH Waverly, : Shave did say, however :that i.grave? All. of the people buried I change. i
The meal all .. : t;he state auditor had been ciann "National !
fn ,
pMI was spread out o Arlington Cemetery Commissioner L L. Bohannon
: Casualness is knitted into every c( (the table, ;as is the restaurant custom acted on the matter and tha tit are heroes, and many of them i ,, also, noted that the. paving on
J decided that the
'_ stitch of this masculine favorite. each day when the colone) 1 had been county ; gave up their lives for our coup- both North 8th as it leads to
I there for his daily lunch 1 could possibly set up a special I Yes, Mr, have '
appears try. Kennedy may Container Corporation of America
Newest look |in 100%
2-ply shetland ,:; pnder the deft hand of Mrs. Ca- I policy in such matters. i had much more to give, but i ifI !' and on Gum Street to Rayonier ,
.... J wool, with high-fashion real i I This policy, it was brought out, I I' each of these men gave all they i( Incorporated was in need of at. ,

suede elbow patches,full zippered In would provide a certain buying !'had for their nation, it seems a i : tention. Since there i is no money
:-: SHETUinOTRADITIONALS front.. Choose your favorite color Come power for spot purchasing such great injustice to put an eternal'flame l ; in the budget for paving duringi
... that for items at Camp
surplus
'
as
: from our Manhattan' sweater collection *&* over this pne man's grave/ i this fjscal year, 5lCP.impro'e I

N .IIIJPlUllWUU................ featuring HJhe pig Man OJ I See Us I {Handing.I Shave noted that Prestorj'j} ,1 We should never forget that ments will have to wait', the Commission :

r Look"pf f leisure. N t, -S position was unique as compared president Kennedy was a great; : : decided. 4
1 ; American who will downon Mayor Johnson also cited the !
; one go I
: Atlantic I a SometimeHolly ; with cited other Preston's department dedication heads to Civil and the pages of history as a crusader Speeding! that takes place on I Put yourself in I this picture now ,
8th Street and '
suggested
for the cause of freedom JCorth
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: I
I HendersonManager Pefense and that it was apparenthe "
: p BAilEY'S AtSeventh wanted an operation second to throughout* the world; but also,| steps be taken to curb this"practice. '\
I ; we must not let this overshadow 1 ft'
X I j none in the state. i the fact that nation I : Mayor Ben Sorensen called attention low-cost l Home Loan
( I- I Esso Service (Later in the meeting Shave j i our was get a
Pt
the old
asked Preston how this cpynty's i iI : founded and has remained as the : Jo a number of I II
: I Ij leading nation in the world dilapidated houses in the city and !
THE BIB I. 629 S. 8th St."JS Civil Defense: setup compared
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2 MAN L.eCK I
with other counties and Preston j through the undying faith and j ja discussion ensued on the city's i j j
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... greed that it \ya,3 the finest. for I I work of countless other men. The ; position in condemning' and razing ; Building 'or buying, you're on }"0qr way to

:; Z 4 4ZUR! \ 4 Rlaa1\ fi\1ft- -!---)- \1 --, i any county of comparable; size:)) I life of John F. Kenned should such structures, ,I;, 'of than think.See .
4 V ( V v 4 V V V/ V 4 M 6 i V V AV.V V r V r V V/ V f 4 f V f V; f During the discussion, otheii i not be built up' a point close toI I : J "I a home .your own, sooner you

v2 "Christmas Magic"lighting <::s\i\\ // 11 i(i I their Commissioners position: {jn were the queried matter oiPreston's rcommercialization I'should be a shining; but example! rather, to it j I $d When this' country the hite, J man 1.diansfere discover);i I II us for a Dome Loan, at reasonable; : i inter( *

resignation andhis light the pathway which will leadus running it. There were no taxes. est rates. Repayment arranged: in install.

:I and Decoration contest sponsored bv, the Macnolia "::::': : ,..;:: ey. f s scoring of the Commission. on to & greater American de I JTo debt, The, women'did all the : .
Garden Club 1 also tookissue i I mocr cy. work. And the white Jnan thought ments sized:to income. Fast, friendly) service.,
and the John B. .
; : Florida Public Utilities Co. to all ... I Ifiggmbotham .
Open i iII .
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residents ....... ......... with Prestpn's charge of j Charles Purns I he could improve on' a system like' '- 'f'", IS "
pf Amelia ,
Island. w tfiat!" Dean Woiden, BrookOeld
/ fright" and his singling I -- .
; \ "political
-1:1-5 NAME. _, ,__ \ :IJ...' out of Poole's support. He noted II ([N. Y.) Courier., ,
II that he had lent) his support to City To Open I I
.4i ADDRESS) ) : ,;, : Fernandina FederalSavings
----- .. I Civil Defense during his time onJI I. Fen "dinQ Beach.
b
'.. ,.": ...",. ti.MI i the Board fis had the other Com51 I (Continued from Page One) i! NEWS LEADER
.. I missioners. of various dump the -
.JtIIl -: i areas around
.. -
,.. W. N. noted that the j jt I Jill Ash Jreet-1>>l1one 36S6 & Loan Assn.
Cf44SS i (Check one) I Galphin } ajso City, Citrona dump area and .
<< "It' 71 he approved most pf the phases t the, commencing of a sanitary landfill fay Caldwell, Manager.Editor; I
'ZJ/ 1, ENCHANTED WINDOWS' commercial windows ( ) of civil defense but that he had the j I
right-of-way for Jas-
I on
,_ 3 g, HOLIDAY HOUSE, entrances of homes ( ) ,..... favored the construction of a the PyDljshe4 every Thursday; ant 202 Atlantic Avenue
not ;mine across Egan's CreeK
I
..!{ at the Post Office, Fern
3, CHRISTMAS TREE LANE decorated Intered
outdoor trees( ) e.[ building operations center I'
\ : as an ; marsh. .
e; 4 Outdoor ,ndina .Beach, Flonia, as seconrjjjss I Ii
n scenes: f at this time. Preston has proposed '
i other business
I : In the Commission i mail melt I .
a. STAR QF BETHLEHEM( [, religious ( ) ? I such a building to house county discussed a franchise agreement b.. BEWITCHED), modern ( ) t} ; business and civil Defense operations between the City and Tom- -- '," .. ,..
r c. CHRISTMAS( WONDERLAND, traditional ( ) N'r ; during a nuclear attack, if i imy Tilman for the operation of

.., [ such occurred. '''a sight-seeing train in the city. a ,r
?Mall! entry to; Mrs. R. )J. White, 502 Broqme Street. ? I herb MrKendree also said that
r i ; The agreement was turned over t
Fernandina Beach Phone 261.3727 s
or ; I- ----
., ; : ''to City Attorney H. W. Fishier
?' ;t'i'i': i j i' J'; t'747 ; h j V ; ; I IV V?h V V V fiq ) ; thryn Cicero, who helps) Johflny for some amendments.

......--- .-- -. .- ... ._ -- -- --. ,. --- ----'- -j Kaminis run the place. The colonel ]. I;I I. Re-registration of pity voters,
asked me to be seated, told I.i proposed by City
i i as Manager!
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: of the bass f
J the oi I
: me history sea ------ --- ---- -

I which we were about to partake I i has along defense .
jhe gone pith civil
: ard then invited me to fall to. i
in all but the.
3 DAILY I SPECIAL : Which I began to 49. And then I propos 1. Both Galphin operationscenter and I
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i came the lovely l moment: }rcKen ree stated that their! position I
:
i "Excuse me, Paul," said the .1
stemmed from economic fac-
.
Lunc h .97c..Dinner colonel, "but I always say grace.

.i I I before I eit; no matter where. I I,I tors.When Poole's turn to voice
came

: Choice of Meat- 3 Fresh. s. All Home CookedDeviled i I am.So, there on busy Route l1"ij in I I that his opinion on the. matter he said That Xmas Gift For Your Wife
: a nice motel restaurant! we b lr ed our heads while the colonel. letter of resignation was
Crabs A .t II III ,[ made public I
said c
SpecialtyOUR grace.
B I ; : .
I I Then, of course, theSea/ ass 1 1I i He cited that state law requires ,: a'
tasted better and SECRET RECIPE' I lpok quite so dreary and ajita I' that there is an active Civil Defense !I I f: :

: gonistic as it had baked during operation in each county.He 4\1

i Home'Made Chili the past 48 hours when I ', as# added that he was sure no pn lliil@Itflll@ Zfl1 .
t I fighting all manner of automobile wanted to lose the progress made ,. .
FAST COURTEOUS SERVICE I troubles in trying to do! a little : in this field to date and that the ,. \ : : : ;
: i job in that area for a Rational' situation that has come up could: .

7 I poll-taking group. .** be avoided. .
,
Golden Sands I Tharfdng t1 i e Lord for wha\4 Poo'e! made a motion that Preston *4s* & */ tfWKMmim.Prrin5ps.fwashBs.dries.

Restaurant you DD} have seemed) smoothly : be allowed to purchase one-!
i to ease away the pajp qf, th$I twelfth of his total budget in any { ...
i' things, right then, that ;yoifdid., one month and that the Board.
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ON THE OCEANFRONT .. while I I) do
''NOT haye. ''I, should ask Preston to reconsider you more important things.

,C .; .1 his resignation. S" '.
Cam) County, in the few. When opposition was presentedto : a r
;:$ J ;, \ < en, }past. ,
\.c days, has, treated me to. many : the proposed spending policy f ,. a FAMOUS G-E WASHING AC
-_.- .... --- -- ._--. ,. Poole .. ,,,......
which I made
memories, another fa uppermost several other proposals .. ..} .... I TION < t saturates dishes with a*
: right; now in my mind. all of which were rejected fey 'l'-'' r'
: Way back in the dirt road area : Preston, who reiterated that he _,_ II thorough, washing action. .. leans .

that runs off from the nice paved would be "ham rung" if purchasing : ;;; '. II them sparkling clear} .
:
road that takes you to the restrietions were imposed as.suggested. ;. : '
.i; ., I SENDS H AND- R INS'' H G AND
Center
.I Georgi Diocese) Episcopal -, I
I had car trouble. The engine I Poole's final motion said that I ,.r '. fj SCHAPING f t pre-n'nses. .

r started j steaming and I was afraid Preston could spend $200 in any I e,..%: : II washes ; dries. "Flushaway
to move at more than a snail's i one month for materia'i! at Camp' Drain" soft food .
liquefies particles
;,'s PIIC!!. A friendly Negro, finally, ': Blanding and i included that Pres- : ,. i
Personal I helped! me get some water from ton be given until Dec. 18 to reconsider I .- ..\,} and. pumps them away

I his well| and coql the motor down.: t his resignation. I r.. : "-:. GjAHT' NEMA CAPACITY HOLDS .
j Then I asked him!! hoI could find This was passed b7 the Board ,; : .
a mechanic to help with the ailing and Preston agreed to give hi* i Y. : SERVICE FOR ]12 yinykushfoned :

Portable a auto.! answer on reconsidering! hi* resignation i i ::;''. --y interior; cradles dishes .

: He told me, fa kindly detail by the specified date. I handles-up silverware basket :
I 1 knowing full well that I was a to-I In this voting oq the motion '
I tai stranger to the area, and directed Poole, Higginbothim' and J{ Keg.1 0 LUXURY APP AANCEM.; wtm- ,

me .like this: I dree voted yes, Thomas no I white i ferver top
I "Ye? sir" he said, "there is a''and} Gal hill abstained. j,
r, good mechanic up Route 17 at a Attending the meeting and !! ldedEl

LIGHTEST ivGHnsr' BEST service station. But you've got to i Ipe kin.; In behalf of rejecting !i 5P102
*jam off the main road a piece to 'III Pre ton' resignation i and giving j j O LY 9oo

Mt 12 pounds of pleasure. Tbis General Electric puts i perfect Of course. This peat new TV find him. It's easy. Just drive on him} a >wider latitude were Jphfl I
snartly.styled Gghtr eight is I tayhght! B'ue"' picture into a tttt l was designed by 6.E, engi- II pp the highway and turn off tohe Gregory George J-oyesee and fi NEEDS NO INSTALLATION S.
realty portable-truly lerwaiL neat 60 SQuare inches ((11 l' neon for YOU. The finest components iken. j
{ about
left just a mile tFtR; }; Chuck fJen .
l ROLLS ON WHEELS!
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Use it anywhere: and everywhere diagj brings you i brighter, assembled with modern. ,, ARRANGED
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Inside w out (ales'Mo )Toro f sharper, clearer image i than ever reliable electronic. wirinf. I you get to the new brjdge up Ip other business the Commission -'FINANCING. ,,
table spare than your telephone before. [here." I accepted plans from Architect J. j r
post EASY I The troubles finally ended '' John Pierce on the proposed !I
TERMS; (hanks, I think, tp ftarwell Atkin county building at Yulee. Bids' '

r : \ .. I! son's, words pf wprship but )I.I J.II J. will be opened at the January ; Five Points Grocery &. Hardware'FIVE

II are 't f figure out yet hpw you : meeting. !
FIVE POINTS GROCERY AND HARDWARE l turn off on any road about a mile Also approved wa, the purchase I
S BEFORE you get to ft pew bridge | of a photo-copying: machine i } for POINTS PHONE 261-5205
flV pOliTa; PHONE; 261-5205 I jrou have peter seen before fn I Ifqpr the office of the Clerk} qf the Cjr-j .. .

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I News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursday,December. 12, 1963 Page Three i iI .
Hamilton I Poole I .
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Teams Are Winners \ V
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x np.AC.o ro i4Q In 4-Baii \
Tourney
wii I Ii
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The teams of Ham Hamilton I ;:

4 c:M1p 1 and Harry Poole wound up with It
i
identical 69's to tie for the top
spot in the 4-ball tourney staged
Saturday by the Fernandina Beach t

Golf Association.On .
Hamilton's team were John t
1'
Hooper and John Gregory. On'I t
Poole's team were Jim Peerson i < ti
1 Ervin Williams and Ben Clarke. f
The teams were made up of /

r captains, who played from t i.S' The Gifth"
scratch, and "A", "B" and "C" <

., players with relative handicaps. \
/ a Where a team member was miss- ( I
4 6 Ts ing, captains were awarded the
handicap strokes usually given

e w M; "A" players $4 .5
Other teams and their net al
scores are as follows: DownY
s I 69 Harry Poole, Jim Peer-
son, Ervin Williams, Ben Clarke Y

I j 69 Ham Hamilton, John ;
HASSOCKS
Hooper, John Gregory LANE CEDAR CHEST : SSI.4 ,

70 Sam Merrow, D. W; ..:-. --..b S MANY STYLES AND..
# Ringer, D., C. Land.
I ..,. i 70 Dick Bennett, Paul Kor- $ y COLORS TO CHOOSE

GAIETY IN A HOLIDAY setting prevailed at Terminal Paper Bag Co.'s annual Super- l nau, Bill Green, Frank Lam r', $4995 FRQM

visors' Christmas Party held last Saturday evening at The Steer Room in Jacksonville. bright. It C
Jesse Tiner Gus Only ,
Sid Witty, from the company's home office was among the 52 who enjoyed dining and stein 70,-Dr. Brewton,, Hugh Lowen-fJ Stone n I 395

dancing beginning;; at 6:30. "Shop talk" interspersed the evening, as guests are pictured 71 L C. Shave, Jim Weber' ( 't ,
above inspecting a Kraft bag which was produced for a special occasion. However Art Renshaw, Jack McElhenney. 4

I an enjoyable evening for. all was "in the bag." ._ Photo by Tom Da\is 71 Andy Allan III, Del Theo-j J $ r
,
bald, Archie Hardee, Harry Sahl
man. A
71 Ed Hooper, Bob Ramsey; 'I Down

FOLLOW THRU I Don Brown. 4/ ,
72 -- Bob Young, Don Roberts,
Dan Daugherty, Bill Royal.
A' INero A 72 Dave Smith, Bill Childs,

.;:; Ray Landress, Emerson Fizer. Christmas I
SWIVEL
;:1 72 Tom Lannon, Buddy Bur-, .,7 :. Special

AS >::'h gess, Newt Roberts, Louis Nolan, t
.;:.a 73 Archie Smith, Chuck ,: 9 PC. Sectional Group -_.., -- -,_..__
BULOVA. Howard, Mike Fiala.
I ; 73 Tom Shave, Jim Clark, L. 1-4 PC. Sectional With COVERED IN PLASTIC.
6
the gift-quality watch! Hollingsworth. Solid Foam Cushions CHOICE OF COLORS
73 Ray Caldwell, Bill Miller,
Exteen Corbett, Dr. Bill Rodef f er.| A? Plastic Top Step Tables Reg. $39.95 '

S Prizes were awarded the winning Plastic Top Coffee Table

: 4 i f teams. -Stunning Table Lamps a. ,x; ;
'i W No further activity is planned 0
/ I for Golf Association members until .

e r r t '1113 BY WILLIE MATTSON after the end of the year. I I $22877CHOICE ; ;%

L? We had a fair turn-out for i
OF COLORS
Tuesday's tournament however Scout .
we know many are busy getting I Explorer $5.00 Down I jt;
I ready for Christmas. The tourney

J Q 9 was a Low Gross-Low Net affair I i Meets Cancelled
,' EASY I with Mrs. L. C. Shave taking
'" "' CREDIT : honors in both- departments I

.r J Iii j and second.Mrs.Handicaps T. C. Herring put these coming lad.in, i During Holidays Nai72

Miss America Youth 6 I lea in the first flight. In the
captured in It I second -, Due to conflicting dates and
beauty
( end i fine 17 Jewel ihock- W Mrs. Curt Gordon was both seasonal activities, the meeting
resistant watch. In yd- leadiif lady-This I low gross and low net and Mrs. planned for Advisors and Committee
low or white. Matching dainty fluted watch case Glyn Waas was second.
Members of Explorer Sea
I expansion bracelet and bracelet catches Jet Clipper "A"- Rug
$35.7 every flicker of light In ged as all outdoors! Next Tuesday is the regular Scout Troop No. 19p at the Recreation \ : Down
yellow or white 17 Jewels, self-winding, monthly meeting to be held at Center, Friday evening,
f i 21 jewels. $45.00 waterproof resistant. shock-$3L!) 11:30 at the Surf Restaurant. In December 13, has been cancelled. ..'... .

r .. -, ', .e .y the tournament, prizes: will be This meeting has been rescheduled 1 's RY
Come in and see our complete given for the fewest putts. for Monday evening, January p BERKLINE

selection Bulova watches. 21.75 to $2500.. G, 19G4, at 7:30 p.m. in the Con .
Poker Hand winners for Sat td. '
lI ference Room of the Recreation
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,
I urday and Sunday are Julian Center. RECLINER
: ROBISON JEWELRY Bass, H. G. Pert, John Gregory, The of 0
organizational meeting *
Ham Hamilton, Paul Kornau Mrs.L. <
Sea Scout No.
Explorer Troop ]|
C. Shave, Arthur Renshaw H. $1
190 scheduled to be held at the
ATLANTIC TERMS TO SUIT \ :
AVENUE BUDGET E. Cosgrove J. G. Kelly, Jessie
Junior High School on Wednesday : .JL
. : Down I
Timer Bill Justice, Jim Dale and v 0 ,
:::. BUDGET TERMS'TO SUIT Mrs. Cecil Loptien. evening, December 18, at 8p.m. >
has also been cancelled. J -: -r-
J Select From 30 $1 I
T''I : h The organizational meeting will

I, New Christmas be held on Thursday evening, $!, >. x Different Styles Down _
I,1. Cantata Set For January 9, 1964, at 8 p.m. in 41
II _& either the Jr. High School Cafe- and; olors. ==-
C : Baptist Program"Noel teria or the auditorium *] : .

I : i Boys at least fourteen years of jj 1 'S4ais.,1 From
t
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t
Noel, will be presented : ninth $ 6 '1< e .r' ..ep
in the
rJ I I age and grade or i
the'adult choir of the First
1I J by higher, or fifteen years of age g!
Church for its annual
, I Baptist regardless of grade, are eligible $
I Christmas cantata during the I $4800W' I Iw
I NI to be an Explorer.
evening worship service of Sunday I
December 15. I II Since this is an organizational
meeting, the father of each boy & x. h l
I The presentation for this yearwill i I who desires to become an Explore, S ; I 1.
J be a new cantata by Noble :I Ier
must accompany his son. |
I Cain, well known composer and
arranger. "Noel, Noel," was composed Pr
I recently and is enjoying its'I such fine and imprisonment EachJ,5 a r ,
I day violation of provis1| r $12.95
second Christmas season since I any any \\
I in 1962. I ion of this code shall continual, S 5
publication
I y, shall constitute a separate of%; J i '"2?
Jeuv r Although familiar melodies maybe i \ 8 solID OAK '

p : ,,t ,w' recognized in the piece, Cain's ,fense. js, r EO OLD FASHIONED '
characteristicly dynamic style of S ROCK>;IIS W..SJ
Classifieds OffCooper's $
compoving makes the cantata a I Pay have a very necessaryJ
difficult one to perform. Dynamics "
l place in today's home; ja
and mood vary between ;
choruses as the Christmas story i

rative.is told by the accompanying nar ; LaundryCoinOperated :f 10 PIECE GROUP

Solos by the various sec-
sung
I tions and choral reading will also I : 9 Two 39 I Inch Innerspring

be a part of this forceful pre- i Laundry and Dry 1 a; 0 :' Mattresses '
sentation. ,
d 1 z ad I I I Cleaning i i1 2 Springs '
4S :

I City To Act On I Mrs. Doris Howard, -; 2 Headboards '1 0: -. '
1
a ,, Manager w. 2, Footboards :z An
e1 ,
.t\, I Continued from Page One) I
( ,, 1 Ladder 0r
14th & Beech Streets 8IF V. r 9 ,
I Gatchel cited only the two incidents i ii '
LReg
V
i and said that such prac-, & '/i // 1 Guard Rail '.
, tices are going on in other areas j i
::1 i I of the city. I II $139. 5 Cf lllll1ltee'
of etiIi Juniors. II I The Commission urged strong YOU HAVE A CHILD YOU'RE; ...
FM Ay i action and recommended that RICH ENOUGH TO NEED A t

,I I publicity be given to warn offenders FAMILYSECURITY 8 $98 TO ImW YOUR

A I that they will be prosecuted 8, IiOr GIFT
to the full extent of the law. .
f, H.' I The local ordinance reads: 8a < ; .' 1UV1Nur"

': "To deposit on or bury in, or CHECK-UP : $5.00 DownCONVERTS ..
sh cause to be deposited on or bur 8
What it is and What it Does for

:h :c ;'.: ;'" $I 095 ied in any land public square, You: : TO TWIN BEDS CHRISTMAS I ar
, I :'f.i.. ;. .' street, alley vacant lot or unoccupied 1. You check the facts: your 8a .
: ei ; t lot, Egan's Creek or any social Security, your Life insurance ,
other creek water course or ditch pensions, savings and other 1f1
l ; 893 : within the City Limits of the City issets.
i Style Sizes 5-13 614Dancing gj
I of Fernandina Beach, any garbage 2. You weigh your responsibili- ZENITH HEADQUARTERS FOR TELEVISION. RADIO. STEREOM
: delight in flowing Dacron Organza I trash or waste material or ties: mortgage or rent, education, 8 .
i malodorous of- emergencies, retirement
other noxious or
\ with brocade princess fit back button"jack
a
"
, fensive matter. 3. You learn where you stand.
et for the overblouse look. Jacket
j' covers a Penalty for such offense, as 4. You plan for the future.
'I.. flattering scoop-neck sleeveless dress. Colors provided by the City Code:

j rce blue and. beige.. "It shall ,be unlawful for any
%
.. ,- I I person to violate or fail to comply -I MIKE 55 IITHER! of FelIlaodillar
with anj provision of this code i
and where no specific penalty is I w FIALA a
; : A. S. ALLAN'SATLANTIC provided therefor, the violation of I a
,' Phone 2614329
any provision of this code shall a
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s
AVENUE .' be punished by a fine not exceeding Fernandina Beach 329 South Eighth Street Phone 261-4303

\ five hundred dollars or imprisonment _.....-c. "'. ..... ---r -- -
for a term not exceeding Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. "
New York 11, X. Y. 7 iv tk h
both
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1''e Four 'ew's-header, Fernandina Beach, Florida-.Thursday, December 12, 1963va .
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1 I f, Little Women -- going to start right away to raise 1\
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Y Y Y ,, money
Y Y Y Y i Y Y y. Y M Y Y l Mrs. Pikula I -
I Hostess II EI Officers
j I ec for Some of'the service projects

Y\A :or Meeting of j j3ernice I I ;; Iffg 63-64 Term that the 'Little Women have contributed I I!

" .... io this year are .
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(J Jolt Lowe CircleThe I
"A.! '.. '. \_ ...",. : The Little Women's Club is off:i!: Thanksgiving Basket for a need/ !
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,. 'JJ.:: ,'-/ jf, r .' "1'l.t\ Bemire Lowe Circle ofl I z %Caa3 : t I to a good start this year. The officers family l ; The county wide polio 1 1I
: ok). IJIl immunization and Toys for Tots.
'! :. Memorial Methodist W.S.C.S., met are: Margie Brewton, presI I ; ;
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'! v.,' :,. .t4' Ll tI'l Vednesday morning:, December -TI I ?dent; Mary Cleland, 1st vi e-I I The sponsors for the club this ;,

\) J ". ""J"a. "... ..,"' r ... r :' ., ikula.tth in the home of Mrs. M. R. 'i president; Pawn Garcia, 2nd vice-I year are: Mrs. Rylant, chairman;

e :.: l... .' ,, president; Judy Lasserre, Srd i! Mrs. Exteen Corbett; Mrs. I. W. !i

,t v. .;";. N '. JiiM he Prior hostess to the served business refreshments.meeting! yke-president; Kathy Hardee, recording Hardee, Jr.; Mrs. E. P. Wilson;

11"' ." ... :r. t ..r. n the absence of the circle ,chair-' secretary; Carolyn Sut. Mrs. W. M. Hogan. Ip..t. I
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e "- 'I nan, Mrs. J. R. Hutchins ton, corresponding secretary; and
1 ( ) .y. : Ii II presided] II i
i' { j Greeson arrived
I Jerry
I... \ I : :nd welcomed the 13 members'! Linda Allen, treasurer.. I
-.:: .' ; fA.\. I [ IJ. !' I I home Wednesday from Ft. Ruck- I
resent
: The "theme" for the club this ;
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L\f er Ala. to spend the holidays
; :t ,4\ .. 'Z.tf3"_ J Mrs. I is "Living with the I
::tl R. W. year People iwith
Galphin
I .. ..j# -.4 J. .. : presented his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. I
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'l". ;7"t'. ;/ the spiritual life program entited tL 'Around You. The first programwas ,
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.w !-t.. .w .,., : E. Greeson before reporting fora
to.: !;' : x.: ,. "Ready for Christmas". The given by Mrs. Ret Dudley tour of duty overseas.
!'J g .,. ;;,,t.. : Missionary education programvas who spoke on "Getting along with I i
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+ .'.. f-, .".. 111 -- 1 le ;\" given by Mrs. T. W. Oliver, 'the Younger Generation." Judge I Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Scofield left

; \) -.e. as icing as her topic "Indians in .: .... Weatherford, Beano Roberts and : today to spend two weeks in
eru," taken from the "World .::.;";" '" ''' Mr.I Decker gave the second pro- !'1 I Cranbury N. J. with their daughter
utlook". In closing Mrs. Oliverave J/+ : gram on Project Hope. The girls i iI and son-in-law and family,

r the origin of the hymn, "Nor ': '. l I were very impressed by the film : Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Boss anti .their
Make It A lt .
shown on Project Hope and three
East or West" t are daughters.
IT WAS A MERRY TIME for all ages at the annual bazaar, "Christmas World of : I

& Mrs. Galphin reported on the Magic," sponsored last Saturday evening at the Municipal Auditorium by St. Mich-

!1 hutch kitchen and announced i! ael's Catholic Church. Large crowds thronged the wonderland of gifts, fun, and chance, !

f Fragrant Christmas. lhe kitchen to the project will be turned not to mention the delicacies and excellent dinner served at the "cafe". A number are
over Ella Hardee Circle

JJ .' 'or the next six months. pictured- --_admiring.._-- the -Christmas- -- gifts on sale. photo by T. H. .King- 1
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Mrs. Hutchins
f.I ; announced the
': q > it: 1. ...'.: \ IiI leI ;\" circle is to have charge of' Miss I Thomas Shave THE
Honored 'I
r,;:, ( ;" '' rt.:. "'. ors for the church the flOW-j Sayler MOST IN DIAMOND' QUALITY'I

g 'nothingmuck] j4 Ii.kt '" Wore ,Christmas, and Mri., Auxiliary Guest; ...5 ,
. I e Carson will handle the
J l!o.l r lit::.. ,;' .":, !: arrangements. Miss Beth Sayler, bride-elect of "Barbie" bride, in lovely white At Christmas Tea I
', -/\i ;Y December 27, was the inspirationfor satin and I
'" gown veil, stood on an I I
I I tC' s.'.;it:t. : ,.., Members reminded ,of I The Memorial" Hos-i t I I ,
were
the Humphreys
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:l' j; \ ... .1'-d ; :.-, a lovely linen and lingerie altar surrounded with four brides
:: 3fu ;. ; ) i ) ..., /t", tI. general meeting. of the W4$:'C.S. shower last Friday evening at the I maids in handmade pastel gownsof pital Auxiliary met Tuesday afternoon fi
: ')n December 9th at 8 p.m.. Mrs. home of Mrs. George Miller. Mrs. orchid, yellow green and blue. !j the hospital' 'd ning'i! ,
; \ Exteen Corbett was in charge'of J. P. Justice and Mrs. Miller were. Garlands of, greenery and yellow room. Decorations were in -J\eep-i'
jiappensfij
S : r rl the program, "If We Had Beenin hostesses for the occasion. blossoms completed the setting. I ing with the Christmas 1
r Bethlehem". The Annie Brown President, Mrs. E. 'H. Junck
As the guests arrived they
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The buffet table
/ .TIg # ,i.'ftl.} l\ Circle served tea following the were pinned with a plastic clothes with an arrangement was of centered yellow presided over the business meet I \)
I M program. I ing. Mrs. Ben Dickers, chairmanof
untilMIDNIGHT decorated with miniature
pin
; and white gladioli in a milk glass I thTEnOCNaG 353 555
II e! Twenty nine visits were report- wedding bells and pastel ribbons. I bowl, flanked with lighted yellow I the tray committee, showed 1 j
:t 3d for the month. During the evening, the guest tapers in matching candelabra.A samples and reported on favors : ...
e The lost the pin if they used the word placed on patients' trays for Hal Ij
FRAGRANCE January meeting will beheld four-tier 1/2 CARM f
GIFTSiTUSSY I wedding cake em- s 'ifr
in "wedding." Mrs. Fred Townsendwon loween and Thanksgiving: Revised .ti,
5?' McArthur.the home of Mrs.. A. G.i the prize for collecting the ; bossed in pastel yellow, topped by-laws were read and accepted V *
with a cluster of orchids, graced and the 'Women's'
word was A
most pins. I
I TOTAL WOF EIGHTY
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one end of the table. Cranberry
Y deleted by vote from the auxil-
; Bridal bingo enjoyed and
Miss Reba Haile prizes were awarded was to Mrs. S. I punch, coffee, and dainty open I ary's title.Special DIAMONDS ;; ,
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face sandwiches served with
Narrates Recent W. Sayler, Sr. and Mrs. Sam were guests for the meeting
s? 25 Jones, grandmothers of the bride- cake. were. Ben Clarke, hospital administrator $23950 rnu ,

I IJ 1 25 Trip To Holy LandThe elect, and Mrs. B. 0. Park, mother Among the twenty-two guests ; Thos.. J.. .Shave, Jr.,
.l. of the bridegroom-to-be. were, Mrs. Sayler and Mrs. Park, hospital board attorney; and Mrs.
, .. ::-' ..' 2? Dorcas Sunday School Classof I The gift table was overlaid mothers of the betrothed couple. H. F, Bockleman. 1 13 Diamond Bride and Groom (

.. P_ MIDNIGHT SPRAY MIDNIGHT DUSTING the First Baptist Church held : with a white Maderia cloth and Miss Sayler was presented a Following the meeting those' Trio. Choose from either 14 Superb karat -
fold.
row. white or yellow
: *' SENCE. A new easytoDERlarge attractive' its annual Christmas party at the centered with a beautiful wedding corsage of yellow chrysanthemums present were served at a Christmas beauty at i memorable puce; Ga
new
I ... ", carry and use spray con. square box in blue moire Florida Avenue home of Mrs. L. I,I party arrangement. The i' by her hostesses. tea. The refreshments, in- \ 1
II, t tamer, releases just the and gold. Fragrance cloud S. Grant Thursday, December 5 ) cluding fruit cake, pound cake, EASY CREDIT TERMSROBISON
-, right amount at tie touch lasts hours after bath h after a short business meeting.The coffee, and tea, were served froma

:- ..CJf a finger ., 2 oz. $2.50 .. ., 5 oz.with puff$ .00 Grant home was decoratedin Mrs. Jimmy Clements Feted At Showerpink i table covered with a. white
,t J ja P
i keeping with the season, with linen cloth and centered with alighted JEWELRYATLANTIC
i :,-,' many of the festive decorations candelabra, surrounded I
The home of :Mrs. Donald Kleinon roses adorned the buffet.
designed and made by the hos- I with clusters of grapes and poinsettia -
J 7 \ South Fletcher Ave. providedthe Among the twenty five guests blooms. Accenting the far AVENUE

" (?; 25 tess.The class president, Mrs. L. A. setting December 4 when were Mrs. Ralph Stoeffler and end of the table was a miniature -

Jones, opened the meeting; ;' Mrs.J. Mrs. Jimmy Clements, the former Mrs. James A. Clements, mothers Christmas tree decked with fruit, --T--
@ ti l C. Hazelwood gave the opening rUss Gail Stoeffler, was honored of the recently married couple. on a base of maenolia leaves. % 'c- ia .

f; prayer. After the business session with a miscellaneous bridal show Mrs. Tom Goolsby pouredtea

was concluded, a Christmas message I er. Hostesses with Mr.s Klein Anna Tiliakos and was assisted in servingby I
"Two. were Mrs. Leon Herrington and Mrs. Cecil Brewton, Mrs. E.I I
e $1 Weary Travelers, I F
Ie: e; MIDNIGHT was presented by Mrs. Evelyn Mrs. D. L Solomon. Honored On C. Burgess, and Mrs. Angel Davis. -
e; GLAMOUR SET I; During the evening the guests .
Is Wilson. llth
.. traditionally) I BirthdayMiss
a favorite
l "little gift" giving for it for offers +" j f' Several Christmas carols were enjoyed Bridal Bingo and Mrs. Approximately 26 attended. gft of ease
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:' jj contains 1' fl. oz Cologne MIDNIGHT HAND & BODY S i gram was then furnished by Miss prize. ored Friday at a party on her Pythian Sistersx' H*. .
f .. 7 and' 1J4 oz. Hand & Body LOTION WITH DISPENSER ? r I Reba Haile as she gave a talk The refreshment table was overlaid llth birthday. Her parents, Mr. kt: ag1fttO pIease i
... Lotion. jit00 offers the famous formula! &: and showed pictures concerningher with a handsome lace cloth and Mrs. John Tiliakos hosted the Elect Officers; Hold V.-

:. e .. Add federal tax to all rim. in a generous, beautifully % recent trip to the Near East I and Mrs. Herrington presided at affair at their N. 14th Street I Christmas Party
j- --- decorative bottle which included a tour of the j the punch bowl at one end. Dainty home. f fi
t, ,"' 12(fl.oz. $2.00 lI Itf;\"* :I Land. Holy'M i individual bride's cakes embos- Ice cream, drinks, and candy i i i District Deputy Grand Chief 4. (
7 Gifts were exchanged and refreshments -I I sed with pink rosebuds, were were served the guests from a I ,Josephine Trice of Temple 5 in \

; C H A N E L Give Dad & were served to the 141 i served, with nuts and mints.A refreshment table centered with I} ,Jacksonville! was an honored
I i members. present. beautiful arrangement of a large birthday cake iced in yellow (: guest at the meeting of the Py

4 e l .. I and green and topped with a thian Sisters of Temple 7, Monday .
: : N05 doll dressed in green. I i' evening at the Masonic Tem-
SPRAY ) 'I .
.. i12jhJce] i Assisting Mrs. Tiliakos with pie.
, '- ? I the arrangements were, ilrs. Be-I I, An election of officers for the
, e; COLOGNE > lia Peronis, grandmother of the coming year was held. Those iC N" / yd

e; ... fi honoree, and Miss Maria Deonas. :I I elected are as follows: Josephine ,

'" .' NowraiAEiEhis favorite!I Games were played and prizes I: Goolsby, past chief; Myrtle Rizer, d fi
.. 5 : were won by Thea-Laine McKen- !, most excellent chief; Bertha Rob-
I-l I' : *? dree, Debra Blanchard, and Joy inson
... i iI : excellent Senior; Cleo
S" ? : .' e'nG.r' 25 Jernigan. I i excellent
I ,'f Sayler, junior; Venita fE
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6 t. \: -t. 25. Those enjoying the party with!' Henderson, manager; Louise Wallace r 1

... e )I: '! t.I' Jue ,-. Anna were, Michael Tiliakos, Ma-! Protector; Verdre Lee Nn-
( "' ria Deonas, Ann Cook, Colleen i i! nez, guard; Annie Lou McKen
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% .r .' : -' ... ... :. :..., 'v Bryan, Joy Jernigan, Thea-Laine : dree, secretary; Mary K. Moore, + 1 ?

-- : .,, ..,..., '....:_ .--0: : l\ .11 McKendree, Debra and Claire 'i treasurer,I ; Rubye Denham, pianist i- !f i 1u 1/ \ i
Blanehard, and Mrs. Peronis of /
e-- .:' '.-, < ;, installing officer ;Mary
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..tf ; .Gary, Indiana. 1 Moore,* and trustee, .Ann Kejeiie! ;
;: e After Shave Lotion or ). Louise! Wallace,.,pre'!!*,correspondent 'k j J 1 r;,
:t I ;-Induction New Goolsby.V grandrepresentative k
Men Cologne 1.25 and / Rt v ;;:-Josephine
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: r;k' 2.00 sizes; Pro-Electric Members Set Tonight ; and" alternate Grant. ,
-- S? $ a grand representative, Edna
,v4,: Roll:On.Before Shave I.i Little Women i The installation ceremony is
By
--.- Lotion 1.00; Super Smooth set to take place January 27 in. gt jJ y1a

8 ,;a Share. 1.00 a. -:> The Little Women's Club will ,the Masonic Temple.
_. be held tonight at 7:30 at the Following the business meet-
: I Woman's Club. ing, members were entertainedat i-ir$

8.8 &n :. The meeting will be concernedwith I a Christmas party by a skit, 1IY.f i s
1 QI' II a service project for Christ-I "Her Christmas Gift List," by .
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-. 5.00 PLUS TAX mas and the induction of new r Edna Grant and Josephine Gools f
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r 8. : --. ttfIU-SJO Plus Tax v. "z ,I I members. by. Gifts were brought and exchanged .5f
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e The following senior and junior by numbers. .o/war rll : I 'v.
I _- :t : l'. girls are scheduled for induction: The hall was decorated with a '-, 4, I S i All ,
a 3'l I seniors, Gloria Nettles, Evon I traditionally ornamented Christ- r rstr.ula w
=. A PLEASURE. ': : Jones, Barbara Tucker, Margaret j mas tree and baskets of poinsettias -
{t/qiM (IJ : I: Ann Taylor, Sharon Moyer, and were spotted throughout the la the. Good Housekeeping
lI. 10 GIVE- .. ._ f / Twenty five(tome Washints Test, '
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:: r rw- 1 & i Joyce Ham. Juniors, Mellie Beck- room 'carrying out the red and BELFAST self-iroaint fabric
A TREASURE -- --- e l: ham, Margaret Smith, Linda i green Christmas motif. achieves Good Housekeeping1!

.:. e : Gift Set ..the big favor. e.\* II Henry, and Jeanette Gass. I The refreshment table was cen- Four.star latng spin cr tvirbeQZfUZSPINSMQOTH': ,
err.
TO OWN All mothers of the new members tered with an arrangement of
ite of After Shave Lotion #
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are cordially invited to at Christmas balls in gold, red, and J "**
I! :. i! 01< and Men Cologne in the $, i 3 ollyrI.m. I tend. All old members are askedto white. Cookies, cakes, nuts, mints,
i : clean, fresh-aroma of Old \ rr be present for the induction I coffee and tea were served the 35

I .:.. Spice 2.50 : J..io" 1t\1 4, !i ceremony. members in attendance. I

''J I =- o.l.OTHER-- .' TIMELY JI I I ( JIB1 I.rrr. I. i i 1- shirts of Belfast cotton

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!11 : .l.;>" 1IIii J Ilan Theatre '!

I :: b y till l wash and' dry. "readytowear"Please

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= 4? : t 1 I Phone 261-4849 C. E. Beach, Mgr. f

-- elPrince Matchabelli, .- h -- /i I I f your man with a gift of .Manhattan9Spinsmooth
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Saturday and Sunday + shirts like this fine oxford style
... Revlon
Yardley, Travel Set..unbreakabler J ,: with the,Blake button-down collar.They're made :

o.l ._. Desert Flower pack-easy After Shave l\" : Style 866 Sizes 5-13, 6-14 2:30: & 7:30 to please you, too, with their ease of care. The I
.. :. Lotion, After Shave Tal-
Belfast! 100% cotton fabric is completely self-
,x com and Spray Deodorant ., l 3 STOOGES COMEDY .
: King Men, 1.7$ i Fashion elegance, Fabric elegance: the Em- \ ironing. Wash them any way, they will spin dry

":' : Black Watch Other sets 1.00 to 10.50 4? pire line shift*in 'a hew'nylon and antron fabric ""AROUND THE WORLD IN A DAZE" drip dry or tumble dry to wrinkle-free neatness..

:- with the softness-of velvet. Colors: Red Put several under the tree this Christmas. .
Single items.$0 to 2.00 :9
and Blue.
-:- Top Brass Prices plus.tax 4 4:19 & 9:19: $ 5 /OlOAILEY'S
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Leader Fernandlna Florida Thursd\ December 12 19G3 i
l I' Beach ; ), Page.Five
Christmas Week t4 +* -. "'> f..i..ti.. ( : -' -
"Christmas < "
Set. -
, Magic" Judging Is $ : t.., ,":"" 't..fif', ', .t;$ 'Youngsters Visit I f: 'S

I I : :: G.; Woman's Club Chorus{ Sets Christmas Concert Dae l 17": ;
f' The Florida Public t tY Utilities Co. ner in each of the first three I of the Florida Public Utilities Co.; II ,'i. Santa At Gala :

: and the Magnolia Garden Club, categories, Enchanted Windows,I(entry blanks may also be turned ,, .
'.;,,;,, c o-s pnra p f the "Christmas Holiday House, and Christmas I in there. (=''.:'.: .t<<: ,aka ">:t:. The chorus of t<*e (fernandina I I Doe will sing an arrangement +j' Chuck lone will play a """drum: I
Magic" lighting cpntest open to i, Tree Lane; second prizes in these I All Amelia Island residents arf I :x$ 1; Bazaar Saturday Beach Woman's Club will present of "Sient) Night," with the short accompaniment); on two sttwfepg.
aU| Amelia Island residents, have i classes and the 3 prizes to be i eligible and they are urged to r nar \1 i a Christmas concert December IT 'us. In addition, his solo selection? 31r A. G. Melnnfe i is dlwlfcr.-
of the awarded, in each of the in the Auditorium will "0 ," The public i cgrditwr 4cyijjl
announced the selection >! one three participate in this lighting and f r' Visitors to the Magic World Municipal include Holy Ni rht 4
njne prizes to be awarded to contest I sub-classes! of the Outdoor Scene,I decoration contest There is a ,.I '.' v ..n".kt p,}<: of Christmas" Saturday enjoyed a Guest soloist for the performancewill I Adam; "The Birthday of a King",'. to attend this admission ire* cqperL t
winners, ;. category will be chosen from the r ,.d. : .' ., be Edward Doe of Jackson Neidlinger nd "The Twelve .
| possibility that it could become,t:. y.. y :: gala evening of festivities in aj i ; $ ._ --- ; 1. I
1 The contest judging is set to following fry pan griddle, toaster an annual affair designed to bring t .. : holiday set*ing. The annual] ville.Doe I Days of Christmas, traditional I
take place Christmas week. In i percolator, radio, and electric i the community together in the ,'*'''.... Christmas Bazaar sponsored 'by iichael's ; is noted for his regular Seasonal selections to be sung '. e.
order that the judges may see all' pan opener. I Christmas spirit and male; Ame Catholic Church began j I I j nrrformances in concerts and mu- by the chorus will include: "J{ .
decorations at their best, entrantsare I All contest entries (entry blank I lia Island' even more beautiful. at I II I" as the siren of a fire engine was Is'cals.j He studied voice i at the Wonder As I Wander," Appalachian
requested to have decorations elsewhere in this edition) may be ;:I Christmas time.Nassau 5 heard on its way to the R ecrea- i{ University. of Miami and is a carol; "African Noel" based I '
in completed form with lighting called in or mailed to Mrs. R. M.j a i ;:, tfon Center. i'member of the Philadelphia.I on a Librarian folk tune with l

turned on during Christmas week. White, 502 Broome Street, phone I County ':,. To the delight of all young !![i Opera. lIe has performed with drum accompaniment; "Caryl l of I l IV
The prizes include three radiosto 2C1-3727. Information about the i .';.;;;.it: y.to.: :t folks, Jolly Old St. Nick was a I'the Cincinatti Summer Opera the Bells," LeontivichWilhousky -
b.e awarded to first place wing) contest i is available at the officeNEW ,4-H Achievement : : : special guest at the bazaar. Santa i Association and was winner in ; 'The Drummer Boy," Sim- / t
-- ...-..-. -- ----- -- - -,j Night Set Tonight ? listened tirelessly as children re- .!the Florida Metropolitan Opera one; and an interesting Gearhark' '

I IIt I I II Fealethe! | secret? of what they auditions iQ 1962. He also has arrangement of "Jingle Bells."
The Yulee Senior boys 4-H hoped to find on Christmas morn. appeared in leading bass roles, Piano accompaniment will be ; QNCNftISth1A5
YEARS EYE IIt I I dub met Thursday, December 6, Ingr I with the Miami Opera Guild.) furnished by }lr.. Guy DUdley +
: at 1:30. Miss Cathy Ann Johnson of I Little Miss Shelia! Nissen drew
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HillUrd was 1st place winnerin
I I the of the door win. II
The main business of {hi; the Second Division. Grades I names prize j.
PARTY PLAN meeting was the election 1 of club I Hers Mrs. Charles. Long won the 1 1I I
6-8, in the annual Nassau Count I "
electric and the chil :
Officers, Th officers were elected can opener ) .
A COMPLETE EVENING FOIl 2. in the over] of the most importance ty Student the Talent' Municipal Show Audi presented ;dren's door prize of a Lark flesh I I CHRISTMAS R
gt >
1 Camera by Miss Mary
their was
of jobs. i won r
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INCLUDES j toriujn( pa November 29<3Q, I I Drae Bean.Highlight. s e .. .
DINNER, COCKTAILS, PARTY IJ" | As our president we elected The show was sponsored' by I of the evening was I t
DANCING, ENTERTAINMENT Don Higginbotham; secretary, Ed- the Fernandina Beach Hih, '
FAVORS, at
the drawing of the sweepstake FOR THE LADY -
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die Mercer vjce-president, Alan j
8:30 ()JI.''TIL '1:00 A.M, 1"iC ; School Rand Parents .As&n. tickets by Ijtfle Miss Cindy Dic
pppe; reporter, Raymond Wager; Cathy, whose picture was not kens. Winners .; -
and} the devotional leader, Larry I were seleee4{ as
available last vjeek uhen the follows .
$2502. : Mrs, A. B. Maxwell, ,too
: Music.,, other winners were pictured, S. Savings Bon.dj; Gilbert Y
I The 4-Ii clubs of Nassau cpuny lion in her division; for a piano !lu silver service; Mrs. ,
BV RESERVATION ONLY! I II \ will hold the annual: } 4-jj sola. ) Robison, transistor radio; ....
-tc PLAN' NOW TQ JOIN THIS GALA I Achievement) Night at the Call She, was sponsored by the jfojmny Hutchins, spinning rodand ,
CF>.FllllATl4v ban High School Auditorium North Florida Telephone 0>. pf reel,' and Mrs. Bridge( Miller,
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jI i December., V .
I, Thursday night at Hilliard. > travel alarm clock. I
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1 IN: I PERSON :30.The e _
welcome speech will be Ruth Class Has ."
T een Club"Set I
8 15 DEC. 16 thru 21 I given by Don Higginbotham. The _
Mistress of Ceremonies will be Christmas Party At To Meet 'i
.. The Famous Recording Artist 0
Mavis from Yulee and the
Crapps December Mee.ting i Tuesday Evening I: DressesSkirts ', ,r.
Master of Ceremonies will 1 be Da-

I BILLY BUTTERFIELD i yid Stokes from Callalan.} The Ruth Class of the First A meeting of the executive Sweaters Blouses .
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Church met for. its
Baptist regular I board of the "Teen Club" is set
| 'IIJS GOLDEN TRUMPET AND ORCHESTRA LUNCHROOM: I MENUS monthly meeting in the So- I I for 7 p.m., Tuesday, December 17I t Suits He will remember you ..

.. | DANCE MUSIC[ AT ITS BEST Pecember 16-20 cial flail on December 3 at 8 p.m.I in the. game room of the Recreation ( a long time for this gift!

| ANOTHER( CHEAT 1 ) ENTERTAINMENT NAME> _- Monday --. Salisbury steak, dent with, Mrs.presiding.. Mary There Pickett were presi ele, will. follow Center at, A 730.general meeting I Lingerie House Slippers In .soft, mellow kit: kin T
steamed rice w/ brown : j
1 FOR YOUR! HOLIDAY FESTIVITIESI gravy
mixed carrot sticks, peach ven members present. On the agenda i is discussion of : Costume Hose Jarman house slippers *fit
I greens
Jewelry -
COVER NO MINIMUM[ Using a Christmas theme the ''a Christmas Dance. AH club
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halves, cornbread and butter,
1. J a:301,1i'TIG 1:00 AJI. hostesses, Mrs. Lamana Powell members urged to be snugly and comfortably-
.. chocolate chip cake, % pint milk. I are present ; Scarfs Robes
BagsMake
and Mr,. Gail Geiger, placed attractive +
for this important meeting.Resident's throughout long wear.
I I Tuesday Hot dogs / buns, Christmas arrangements .....
t NITELY '* baked beans, cole slaw, apple cobbler I I II
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THE EXCITING SQUNDS OF ty pint Mrs. Jean Boles, Devotional 1

r Wednesday Sloppy Joes, Chairman, presented an inspiringpoem Dies I In Wqycross
JACK BROWN I
green salad, buttered corn, chew- entitled "The Ageless] t NOW. !

HIS[ HAMMOND AND' HIS PIANO I ey peanut squares, H pint milk. Story" by Adelaide Proctor, for After Long I Illness J' .
AN EXCITING ENTERTAINER Thursday Baked turkey *n the devotional. I :. .
Mrs.. Sarah Jane Wilds, mother '
candied The class decided to give a..
dressing, giblet
The I gravy QnI I Christmas basket to a famjly in I of Mrs. W.' E. Barber, (died Dec ;il .': I i i iLYNN'S
yams rF one led lime i salad ember 3 at her home in Way-
963 Dunn Ave peed 'as its project for the month. iI
Golden Jacksonville lettuce leaf, green beans, rolls j I During the social hour which I cross, Ga., following an extended) I From $3.50 "-
Earring and butter, cake wChristmas immediately followed the business illness. I ?
P05-2601 trimming. session, gifts were exchanged by I Funeral was held at Crawford :

LOUNGE RESTAURAIITAvailable I Friday ?? Tuna w/ noodles, tai t the members of the classDeliI St. Jpti.st.C urch in Waypross( I -
J For Private Parties, Banquets, Reception mato wedges, buttered cabbage, ,cious refreshments of pound cake!i with interment at Camp Branch PARTIN'S
I rolls and butter, red apple sauce, and coffee were served and favors I Cemetery ill Manor, Ga.: I
'of marshmallow snowmen In addition to Mrs. Barber, she ...
} H pint milk. I I. : DRESS SHOP I
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: visit with her daughters, Mrs. j I
--y John Tiliakos and Mrs. Nick TiU t MAXWELL HOUSE eI

Appreciated S ;: .1O iakos, and their families. 1'I fi '4 _

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Always :1 .. ; }jjerbert Bearing pf Birmingham, 1 10 car : II

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lath funeral of Mrs. Klarer's i "
I .=,., ::. mother, Mrs. Sophia Satterwhitein I I FOOD FAIR e
:tJ.: ;. ., Amory, Mississippi. Mrs. Klarer '
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r. < mother, Mrs. Lois Sheffield, and :I RIB I END, Sliced .. 39c .iBSY's H ozj :
family. She returns to college on

January Mr. and 2. Mrs. William Downeyof !I I '_ LOIN END ._. .. 43c Catsup j !5t :

ectriuafI \:: St. Simons and Mrs. Donald! .
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1 Mrs. R. J. Downey of Black Rock I; ROSEDALE 4 For
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tiFlorida The seniors are raising funds 25
to finance a trip to the World'sFair C POPCORN 23t
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l jj .IVgt Six News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursday,December 12, 1963 Delegates and alternates to the an award from the troop and Scout. It.was also noted at the she was a. Scouting "widow".
I Midwinter conference were elected Ralph Wood Mike Pikula, another Scout under dinner that Wood served as a I In conclusion he said that
as follows: Bill Webb and Wood, read a stirring paper on Scoutmaster at Mobile, Ala., be-I Scouting was one of the really
the total for island
J millage
bringing
Tom Theobald Makes McKendree Gives property to 46.9 mills. The- Jack Vann, delegates, and Stan (Continued from Page One) the rewards he had gained. through fore moving to Fernandina Beach. great experiences anyone could
i Honor Roll Grades total taxes amounts to $1,035886.00. Tarlton, L A. Ferreira and Bert Scouting. Hal Belcher, Troop 89 commit-I gain and that his resignation was
Maxwell, alternates. keep their interest and to hold Horace Williamson, Chief Scout teeman, presented Wood based solely on his feeling that
I \ At_ .: Howcy Academy (Continued from Page One) Key Clubbers attending the them in the program. I Executive for the North Florida :' plaque as further evidence of the | he needed rest after 25 years.
whereas in other instances, the Under the new evaluation pro-I I meeting were James Bird, J r., I Phinney also gave a brief history Council, also delivered a brief esteem in which he is held in In bringing the dinner.,to a
.i1c wey.In-The-IIills Tom gram, some 250.350 thousandacres I' Scouting. conclusion Miller the
praised
re-evaluation will result in a tax and Ned Tyson. They presented I of Scouting here and ofWood's eulogy of Wood and read a poem |'
Theobald of Fernandina Beach of land have been reassessed I he considered especially fittingfor : Wood, who was obviously moved wives of the Scout Committeemenfor
his been placed on the honor roll reduction for some. and the work is progressing.I the Key to Stuart Davis who is part in the success en- the occasion. | by the many testimonials, said arranging the dinner and cited
fir the second six weeks of classes He stated that the tax millage I invited to their meeting tonight. i joyed. Present the dinner that a great share of the credit | the need of the Troop for a new
I at
was sur-
at Howey Academy, Dr. C. A. on the mainland is now 37.9 mills,I I rapidly and satisfactorily.A The club decided to hold a !i At the close of his address really should go to others, name-I Scoutmaster.See .
Vaughn, Jr., Academy headmaster with the special school millage i delegation of visiting Ki-: Roundtable December those in attendance rose in a prise guest, W. A. Wood, Ralph'sbrother i fly his brother for encouraging''! ( a later issue of the News-
meeting
announced this week. !wanians from the Downtown Ki- I on standing ovation for Wood. and his first Scoutmasterin him in his early days of Scouting, Leader for a feature on Ralph
The six weeks marking period'''I and additional millage for mosquito wanis Club was present for an 23id., but a regular meeting will One of Ralph's Scouts, Mike Fort Valley, Georgia, wherehe and his wife for her patience and Wood and his contribution to
ended last week, Dr. Vaughn control on Amelia Island interclub meeting. be held on Monday, December 30. Rylant, presented his leader with attained the rank of Eagle understanding in the many hours Scouting.)
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t an overall average of .85 or above.
Located on the shore of Lake fJ
Harris in central Florida, Howey
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is the son of Mr. and

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Mrs 1Continued Satterwhite 1 SPECTACU

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--Shehad made her home in
Amory for fifty years but had

visited here extensively and will _.-
be remembered by a large num-

ber..of.addition..friends.In .to Mrs. Klarer, she

u survived by two other daughters jyou SPECIALS"E FOR A'L SARrAS :
Mrs. II. D. Dearing of I pJ
I Birmingham, Ala. and Mrs. W. !
H. Posex of Bessemer; 11 grand o -
children, 34 great-grandchildren,
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and two. great-great grandchildren. ..
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Pallbearers were Jack and
Kennjjth Posey, David Earl Sat-
terwhit r.and D. D. Satterwhite, SPEED CRUISERS
four tf Mrs. Satterwhite's grand

nie sons Posey.jrid Harvey Posey and Lon- Comfortable Gleaming veizes': ; SPRING COW


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News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursday,December 12,1963 Page Seven
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Pirate Cagers Win First Two Games Of Season _


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points, Steve Beckett 14 and Fernandina team ahead 30-23 at rates after three periods of play. nandina leading after three min
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ScpplsSttir / I Mike Cook 10, with Benny Al- the end of the half. ; Ronnie Sapp was the leading utes in the fourth quarter, when
i varez scoring 4, Richard Sapp 2 Green Cove Springs came out scorer during the period for Fer- the Pirates began to increase

As FBHS Downs ', and Richard Schomas 2, to account of zip in the third period of play i nandina with 14 points with their lead and finally win the
for the Pirate scoring. and scored 15 points while Fer- Thrift scoring 2 and Richard ball game by 20 points. Ronnie _
Thrift got the Pirates off on nandina scored 13 and the gap I Sapp 2. Sapp scored 11 points in the final p
Green Cove Springs the right beginning as he scored closed to a 43.38 lead by the Pi- 1 The score was 49-44 with Fer- quarter, Thrift 6, Mike Cook 7
,
the first three goals for his team and Beckett 6 to lead the localsto x '

BY CURT GORDON : to put them in a 6-2 lead after 'ir'I'' the victory.
| three minutes of play. Sapp scored Mike Cook played a good defensive _
Ronnie Sapp led the Fernan i C, Alvarez 4 and Cook 2 in the game and grabbed 11 rebounds -

dina Beach Pirates to their sec- ;.first quarter to give the Pirates to follow close behind .
ond win in as many starts, as ; an 18-11 first period lead. Sapp in that department. a

they trounced the Green Cove Thrift scored 2 from the corner Jay Goolsby led Green Cove in
Blue Devil, 7151. scored ,, 3? '
Sapp early in the second period and n CS7G. 0 b scoring with 12 points with Parker -
23 points and grabbed 13 rebounds scoring 11.
t to lead the Pirates to the Steve Beckett gave the Pirates a In the B game Fernandinacame ;...i b

victory. Joe_ Thrift,_"scored. _16_ spark with 8 points to put the out on the short end of a
49-39 score as Green Cove took

a 13-9 first period lead, led 23-16 1k es 14THE
at the half and were ahead 32-29
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at the end of the third quarter.
Richard Nobles led Fernandinain

Svo r i il scoring with 16 points with
l Barry Rice scoring 9, Harry F.RH.S. BASKETBALL TEAM stands: ready to face Milliard for their first

Mills 5, Mike Conner! 3, Jim Cor- away game tomorrow night. The season's young, but the team's record of two wins
bett, 3, Hank Bailey 2 and John and no losses predicts an exciting series of games for Pirate fans. Shown left to rightare

/ Weisner 1. kneeling, Benny Alvarez, guard; Pee Wee Nobles forward; Captain Ted Steger,
Farley scored 19 to lead Green
Cove Springs in scoring guard; Captain Ronnie Sapp, center; Mitch '11 Ferreira, guard; and Richard Schomas,

guard. Standing in the second row, left to right, are; Larry Booth, forward; Chuck
Box
Score
Varsity
v : Howard, forward; Richard Sapp, forward; John Harrison, center; Joe Thrift, for-

Fernandina Ric. fg It tp ward; Ray Arsenault, forward; and Steve Beckett, guard. Not pictured is Pirate Basketball
Sapp 0 2 2
.
Coach Bob Stover.
Cook 2 6 10

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Basketballs, with pump . . $2.95 Thrift 8 0 16
'free shot to make the score, 42-
tiff'FORWARD Steger 0 0 0
Footballs with tee $2.95 .. "(- Alvarez 4'II 40, with a half minute left.
. AlfkE: 2 0
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: '. ;' .' COOK, (center) in white attempts a Beckett .6 2 14 In racing down the court, Steve
shot at the basket as the Pirates push in the last quarterof I'Beckett was fouled by a Wildcat M
Tennis Rackets . I. $5.95 Schomas 1 0 2 :
'..." play to J|>eat Macclenny, 44-40. Cook was responsiblefor Ferreira 0 0 0 ; j and Beckett stepped to the foul
8 Pirate pointS' during the season's line and added both charity tosses
opener Friday Totals 27 17 71'
Table Tennis Sets . ::.: . $7.50 night. I to give the pirates the 44.40
:', \ Green Cove fg ft tp :victory
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Badminton Sets .' .-V. . $9.50 I Parker 5 1 111 Ronnie Sapp, 6-4 Pirate center,
Meadows 3 2 81 ]led the Pirates in scoring with 12

Volley Ball Sets ,. . .,..;""L.: ', . $4.95 4 FBHS Pirate Gridders R.Goolsby Rivers 2 5 0 2 12 4 J t Cook points.8 Joe, Benny Thrift Alvarez scored 6 10,,Steve Mike I

A. Rivers 1 0 2 :Beckett 4, Richard Sapp 2 and
Tetherball Sets. .. .J. . $9.95 j Hodge 3 1 7'led Steger 2. 'a\C
Eichorn 3 1 7 Gary Taylor led the Macclen-

Football Uniforms, age 3-10. . $9.95 I On All-Conference Team i Totals 22 7 51 I ny! team in scoring with 11 points Yf
Fernandina 18 12 13 28 711 In the preliminary game CoachIVa'ne fI
Golf Bags, over 25 in stock$7.50 Green Cove 11 12 15 13 i 1I Benner's B team defeated
BY CURT GORDON Ronnie Crews and Terry Tharpeof I the: Macclenny B team, 39-26.
Ned Butch Williams I Macclenny; Mike Bertolaniand Nobles led the Piratesn
Tyson Richard
Golf Clubs wide selection _.. . $4.50 i i
I iI Jerry Beard and Chip Wood were Jim Booth, Orange Park, and !Macclenny Edged I: scoring with 10 points with
selected for the 19C3 All-Keystone j Ronnie Williams of Green Cove Barry Rice scoring 7, Mike Conner -
Golf Umbrellas . . . $9.95 ; Conference Football Team. Tyson\ 'I, Springs. !i 6, Beryl Rice 6, Hank Bailey
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was the only Fernandina back to Honorable mention linemen sel- In Initial Game 6 5, Harry Mills 2 and Billy Miller 1f'

Golf Balls, Wilson 65c ea. $7.00 doz. make the team as Beard, Williams ected were Ronnie Huggins, San- I 2. s

i and Wood are linemen. ta Fe; Art Barthelmess, Orange 'Of Cage Season I Yarborough led the Macclenny
Little League Baseball Equipment* Santa Fe's Rebels placed four j Park; Stanley Foy, Green Cove )B team with 7 points.

men on the Alt-Star squad too, Springs; Joe Reames and Lee
Softball Supplies which was announced this week j Eggert, P. K. Yonge. BY CURT GORDON Varsity Box Score:

Con1plete Fishing Department by Coach Wayne Benner, presi-!I Receiving honorable mention The Fernandina Beach Pirates I Ii Fernandinalie. I PIRATE BASKETBALL MANAGERS, left to right,
dent of the
Conference.
'I for backs were Greg Blount and i opened the 1963-64 basketball sea- ; l Sapp .0 2 2 ; Jimmy Mitchell, Mike Rylant, and Frank Snyder will be
the Rebels
Cameras & Representing are t Kenny Thomas, Santa Fe; Harry son by edging the Macclenny, Cook; 2 4 8 ,
Supplies : linemen Sonny Leatherwood, [ 'in charge of equipment as the Pirate team travels to meet
Roberts, Orange Park Harold ton. Sapp 5 2 12
; Wildcats, 4440. Things really :
Wayne Thomas, John Wilds, with Hilliard in its first out of town game Friday night.FLORIDA'S .
'.
i iJeckett
and Tony Trujillo, P. K. Yonge; didn't get exciting until the Pi. T rhrift 5. 0 101
NEW COMPLETE DEPARTMENT Tracy Imler being the only back. Jay Goolsby and Wayne Henderson rates *'came to life" in the closI|i f 2 4j.Steger .
for the Rebels to make the squad. I '
i 1 0 2
Green Cove Springs.
minutes of
i iI ing the ball :
game. j 5 Ill Combs
( Other linemen on the all-star i Alvarez 3 0 6'Schomas I Taylor 0 0 0
unit are Tommy Yarborough and Neither team acted as though 0'Totals. IIelton 3 0 6 Bennett 0 0 0
0 0
they were really ready to a''! J: Combs: 2 2 Totals: 17 6 40
Darrell Barber from open
Macclenny;
!ti 10
44
.City.Bowling 17
i Eric Ir nsen, 'Orange Park; Joe : basketball reason as the' score' Egg. 4 0 8\ Fernandina' 4 .9 '1114 4t
HAffDff BROS.ATLANTIC Puhl), Mike McGuire and Olen I I 1 stood 2-2 after three minutes of I jj 3 3 9'I Macclenny 8 10 13 9 40

Hodge of Green Cove Springs\; League play had elapsed in the openingperiod j
George Solley and John Drum- of the contest. Macclenny I
AVENUE jumped ahead after three and I iacclennyFERNANDINA
'I mond of P. K. Y onge. BY HENRY ELLIS
Named to the backfield were one-half minutes to a 4-2 lead, I I
then increased the margin to BEACH
m -- -- Week of 12-4 6-2''
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TotalTeam after. five minutes. The first guari i
I I ter -ended-with -Macclenny ahead,'
( Standings W L Pins .
I''[ Morris & Payne Body ]I 8-4. 'I "JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWN
',) I Shop 34 18 36214 i The two teams couldn't be called -

E 8E .!' Beach Bar 32th- 19% 33836: I exactly "hot" in the second i BEACHES"
No. 4 25 27 35787 t period, although the Pirates scorE!E

f'K.A.C. 23% 28% 36281 i ed five points during the quarter I Ii Directory Furnished By These Merchants and Business MenGeorge's -
Hadden Lanes 21 31 36322 { and Macclenny racked up ten
j Becker's Drugs 20 32 33269' points and were ahead at the

} I High Team, 3-Games I half-way point, 1813. Suburban

I Beach Bar 2992 The tempo of the game picked
i. I Hadden Lanes 2852 ''up somewhat during the third FIRST

r: Morris & Payne 2845 quarter as Fernandina scored 17 I Machine Shop GOLF COURSE Propane Gas Co.

I II .M rYOU'L I High, Ind. 3-Games points, while Macclenny scored :' SERVING ALL
Stanley Bohannon 6o'Cecil !) only 13 and the scoring; gap clOS- 2 N. FRONT ST. EXCELLENT YOUR NEEDS IN
Hodge 627 I ed in on :Macclenny to a narrow ,
LP GAS AND
IL Roger Hadden 618 31-30 lead after three quarters. !! Machine Work 18-HOLE GAS APPLIANCES

i i High, Team Game The Pirates knotted the score at Welding, Brazing LINKS
i Beach Bar 1035 I' 26-26 during the quarter. Benny I II' 7 South 7th St.
''Hadden Lanes 1003 I'' Alvarez sparked the Pirates in 1 Marine Repairs Phone 261.3661

L No. 4 999.i the third quarter and thrilled I Special Service To
; the crowd by tossing a 2-pointer TrawlersAll TIDESat
High, Ind. Game Shrimp
BE 'Ac I I Stanley Bohannon 275 through the hoop just as the Work Guaranteed T. H. KING
i third period whistle sounded.
: Donald Roberts 252 ( I Ii
I Fernandina outscored Macclennyin Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. JETTIES PHOTO SHOPRoll
Archie Smith 244 ,i
fi f "OUT OF THE ROUGH"and : I High Average Bowlers the final period, 13-9, and I' Monday Thru SaturdayPhone Add '30 Minutes For Processing
went ahead to 39-38 with two 261.3711
!| Roger Hadden 188 Day Fernandina Harbor Developing & Printing
minutes remaining in the I
Stanley Bohannon 188 game. Night 261-533S HIGH Kodak Film
: LOW
Joe Thrift bagged a 2-pointer toj!
Donald Roberts 186 Photo Supplies
the Pirates in front, but Len +
put
Friday Dec. 13
"DOWN THE FAIRWAY"Sifts Cecil Hodge 178 nie Combs came back with a field Movie-Colored & Regular
Johnnie Williamson 173 I BE WISE. 6:20
goal to get the visitors ahead I : a.m. 12:07: a.m. Weddings
:Kleber I; Skidmore 173 40-39.. Ronnie Sapp sent the ball : 6:31: p.m. 12:43: p.m. Portraits by Appointment Only]
with John Beckett 172
I through the nets to get the Pirates I "Porcelainize"LASTS Saturday, Dec 14 Studios At 504 Ash St.

:, CITY LEAGUE ahead, 41.40 with a little !I 7:08: a.m. 12:48: a.m. Phone 261-4586

For That Golfer On Your List : Teams: Standings 12.1 I II i I over game.a Mike minute Cook remaining then added in the a 3 OR 4 TIMES 7:10: p.m. 1:26 p.m.

i I Scratch single LONGER THAN Sunday, Dec. 15 Rowland's
: Beach Bar 882;' I ORDINARY WAX JOB 7:43: a.m. 1:26: a.m.

from I! HDCP Single iI | UWORTOQNSBY 7:48 p.m. 2:07: p.rru UPHOLSTERYDO
I No. 4 1036 LASSERRE MOTORCO. YOU NEEDNEW
I O.C LAND I HE WILLIAMS i Monday, Dec. 16
i Individuals: COVERINGS OK KLPAIUTO
High scratch 8:17 a.m. 2:03: a.m. YOURU'KMITUE
I average
ED MAJTSON Golf Pro
I I Roger Hadden 188 S. 8th St. Ph. 261.3819 8:24: p.m. 2:47 p.m. NEW SEAT OR COVERS

I High scratch single Tuesday, Dec. 17 FOR YOUR

FERNANDINA BEACH GOLF COURSE : Cecil Hodge 244 8:52 a.m. 2:40: a.m. AUTO
I John Beckett 228I FREE ESTIMATESWe
I 1 9:00: p.m. 3:27 p.m.
I Donald Anderson 218 Going Fishing? Pick Up and Deliver
: High HDCP single t Wednesday, Dec. 18

Carl Green 263 9:26 a.m. 317
; a.m. Porter & LovequistGeneral

GOLF CLUBS, BAGS, CARTS, BALLS Nathan Buddy Grider Pope 253 254 Complete Visit Us Line For Of 9:38: p.m. 4:06: p.m. Contractors

t!I Scratch triple Fishing Tackle Thursday, Dec. 19 SPECIALTIES -
n
HEAD COVERS GLOVES UMBRELLAS I K.A.C. 2595 i t Rods Reels 10:05: a.m. 3:57: a.m. WOODWORKING
I I HDCP triple Outdoor Camping; 10:18 p.m. 4:47 p.m. PLASTIC SURFACING
Becker's Drugs 2996 CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS ". .
' EquipmentFIRESTONE
SPORTSWEAR Friday, Dec. 20 KITCHEN AND BATH
+ I High average HDCP I
I 10:46 a.m. 4:38 a.m. REMODELINGComplete
I Stanley Bohannon 196
! 11:05 p.m. 5:30 p.m. ShowroomFor
scratch
High triple
I i Color Coordination
I I Stanley Bohannon 690 t, BEACH SUPPLY Tides Couneiy
I. Roger Hadden 646 j 112 Atlantic Are 261-4482 Coin ft: Goodetic Surrey Phone 261-3068 ,
I ,g& But ZO4e4 oz Larry Flint 589 i
I High HOC triple j :'J
James Lynn 689 '

, I aftft 'otI I i Gilbert Howard Hadden Wilson 681 678 *, IHl RiLKL oj j FUN IN THE SUNAT ?If

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.-...1 _"t e Eight News-Lexder rI 'Feraar.dina' Beach, Florida;" Thursday, Dumber 12, 19r3 i woo;;. "- __ ,__a '- --= _c __ Q :-. &:l, --.-:

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I I .... News From Race Track Tax I i SAYEU'i4j' Yellow Solids ElginOLIO \ ,
:: : I I .
Fund For CountiesUp ,
: : 5* A5 J

I t i:: ::. The Rec Center I! Over Last Year .1 US.D.A. Savory lamb'e. a feast anytime.

Cut through*he crackling brown
lit ..... Tallahassee State Comptroller **t
.; .... ...r BY SANDY DcSANDRO I,j Ray E. Green said today I outside to \t e ,sweet, tender juicy
I chocks for $11,000 from the f C' UOICE **
THURSDAY, DECEMBER Bah at 7:3)) we I
... p.m.Contort I track tax fund will be mailed tomorrow meat beneath: It's a gourmet.treat
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Club Dance in theI
Home Demonstration Club in to each of the 67 coun. I U. S.
Choice:American
I'I Auditorium at 6:30 p.m. ties. grown.
th'i Conference Room at 10.00: II : I
a.m. I Men and Boys' Health CUb in The Comptroller said the total i 10Limit .. .. .
.
"Pre: -Ballet Class in the Auditor1 I I I the Health Club Room, day and received by eaeh county thus far LB. : --.. ===
.
'ium at 10:00: a.m., Julanne Owens, : evening.SUNDAY this fiscal year is $46,000. Thisis '.v .... ,...-. ....... I
! lns.tr.. I! UECE11BER 15th. $6,500 more than each county ">. ""-" "'":t i--._ ..Ah\> '_?.?5 d :"

Playschool in the Club Room at received for the same period last f 2 with 5.00 order or more .' ; .......,..,',,., t .. -,, N *,".*,,J. *,,> m.,. *ymMvt27 <>
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STORES
h. Lutheran Church Meeting in year. a
'
i ::&b a.nu Carolyn Vizcarrondo, { ,". SSiaSS y r
Adult l leader ': the Conference Room at 11:00 a.m. t2t too ..../ ... *= ?? "t rr=... tes?J?
.Advanced Ballet and Toe Class 16th. Quontity Rights :Reserved Prices Good thru Dec. 14th 1': : :, ; : 1: <
t In MONDAY, DECEMBER rondo, adult leader. w..i+ \ .:.w wrrr Qt? ;., 4
the Auditcrium 3:30 ,
at
p.m. .
I Tap Dance Class in the Auditorium
Julanne Owens, I nst. Teen Ballet and Toe Class it WHOLE OR HALF
at 3:30 PM., Julaime
-- Beginners' Ballet Class in the I the Auditorium at 3:30 p.m., Jul. Owens, Instr.Intermediate. .
I Auditorium at 4:30: p.m., Julanne anne Owens, Instr. Ballet Class in Leg-O-Lamb l8. 691
: Owens, Instr. : Beginners' Ballet Class in the the Auditorium at 4:30 p.m., JaI SunpIandSmoked .
Adult Ceramics Gas in the]Auoitx-num at 4:30: p.m., Julanne I anne Owens, Instr.Woman's .
4 Ceramics Room at 3:30: p.m., Hank ;I Ovens, Instr, I.. Loin
/ Sides, Instr. Arts Puppet Theatre (ages c.1 Club Concert in the I Chops. !
Auditorium
1 Adult Ballroom Dance Class in > 8)) in the Club Room at 3:30: p.m., at 8:00: p.m. Ii ::
: ?.!) Auditorium at 7:15: p.n., Mr.I Faith Britton, Instr. Painting for Leisure in the Club : Rib 9811
and Mrs. Gil Becker hstrs. Ceramics (ages 9.11)) in the Room at 7:30 p.m. I I HAMS Chops . .
Tri Hi Y Club in the Game
Senior Citizens Club in the :
Ceramics Room at 3:30:
p.m. tl
: 'Conference Room, at 7:15 'p.m. Island Squares Club in the I Room at 7:30 p.m. : Sh'ldr

: .w Den! and Boy*' Health Club in Gi""* Roam at 7:30 p.m. Men and Boys' Health Club in i : Chops. 1l6.. 59Shldr yy
the Health Club Room, day and Woman's Club Concert Ores I the Health Club Room day ani 'ji Shank r

4 tninjr.. Rehearsal in the Auditorium at. t I evening.Barbershoppers. l' BUTT I
Atlantic Avenue in the Confer Roost
: : Playground : 7:30 p.m.Jaycees. .
supervised play, 3:30-5:30: : p.m., : in the Conference i ence Room at 8:00: p.m. I Half (

FKIUAY Don Nanney, DECEMBER, Instr. 15th.TV J the Room. Club at 8:00 Room: *p.m.Hemerocalli &t Garden. 8:00: p.m.Club .in f"i I :supervised Pen Atlantic Nanney play Avenue, Instr., 3:30-5:30 Playground p.m.,, I' HALF ; 4# Ground Lamb i; :: t;y t


Points Baptist Church Adults and Teens' Ceramics WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER Uih. IB. 49 LB. ,
-4'.t4y in the Auditorium at 730' Class in the Cer.m.ci Room at I Lamb Breast. LB. 19 y*
1 : 7:00 p.nt. Hank Sides, Instr. I Arts Puppet Theatre (ages 9and 11 I

,/ ma..s"K-T<">n Club in the GameR I, Men and Boys' Health Club in ) in the Game Room at 3:30 ..... . .
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<'mat7:15pmro : the !Health p.m. I w tr.SIv.tiuY"r+ w <.2YasEa'+<-*E. .J !_' 1"\ p.:11 4 "'.k! .,x. :' ...... ..;.,g. "t ', '::, ,', .1f '
]:.* Stout Training Meeting in'}t evening. I Ceramics Class (ages 12-14) in I f. ;, :
/ ....the Conference Room at 7:30: p.m. Atlantic Avenue Playground the Ceramics Room at 3:30:
-Ien and Boys' Health Club Iri3fiTHeaUh supervised play, 3:30-5:30: : p.m., : Hank Sides, Instr. p.m"j t
1 /
: Club Room, day and : Don Kinney, Instr.TUESDAY I Adult Ceramics Class in the :
... 'enir.g. Ceramics Room at 7:30 1 : > tra D.iu.
p.m'l t teen am s ,
DECEMBER 17th. I
Hank Sides, Instr. 1
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WITH THIS
: SATURDAY, DECEMBER nth. Men and Boys' Health Club in ] ;. 1 CWPON'AND PURCHASE OF
in the Game Room, { 1
Playschool 1
I, : Teen Club in the Game Room 9:30: -11:30 *..m., _Carolyn. Vizcar-. the Health Club Room, day and : 1hr a 1 : :: ONE Breaded 2-U, PKG. FROZ, PANREOl,

,! -IA, a_%_''''I1111...11\.n....n._111..111..111..j...111..",.. ,...,..'" 11\0. I"lt.. ..,.,-...,., ..-.,.-, 0..-. I. svening. I ; Shrimp
HI. n.l\"n"i\'n'M"n"1.1."II'U" ]," ,\'" "'1'l''l''l' \ } '" School Patrol Dance in the Audi- >: I ,1.\ > GOOD THRU DECEMBER. 14TFt
; : : 'l 'l 'l::"! "! ':'14'l "I'l''l'l1l4'l.'l.r'l4'l.r'l4'l; r'r y 1 I SI\100Tti I'& -
torium at 7:00 |
p.m. tol TO 1, AT ANY'WIN N-DIXIE
Atlantic Avenue Playground: ;, teat!baffiH 1 1 d
:;: supervised play, 3:30-5:30( : p.m.,1 I KETCHUP 1 MIL 1 : : ,1 ,.

) STUMPED ? $ Don Nanney, Instr. I' -........ 1 .

I : W ? I'THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19th. I 1
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1 1 .1 I Pre-Ballet Class in the Auditorium : '
Christmas Gift Heinz Tomato
: For : :
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a. at 10:00: a.m., Julanne1 Stamps'
I I 'Owens, Instr.Playsehool. KETCHUP .
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.1! in the Game Room i Eat ONE '.on.T"'OO '

://'w. C.,. Suggestions I 9:30 adult a.m.leader., Carolyn Vizcarrondo I I / 'I A 1' ti Pecan Pie

s. q '* &4fr II, Advanced Ballet and *
j i;in the Auditorium at 3:30: p.m. AN? WINN-DIXIE

:: GIVE I THE GIFT THAT I'Julanne Presentation Owens, of Instr.NUTCRACK-1|i'! 1"' BOT 1 1 CAN FiiIW' ., aT _ffff47 d !


: | KEEPS ON GIVING.I gjl!I ,at ERS 4:30 SUITE p.m.,in Julanne the Auditorium Owens 1,, j 9 SAVE Ea. 1 t 3 SAVE Ea. i t, d .

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4iI
: 7 A SUBSCRIPTION: TO THE !i!| Adult Ceramics Class in the ( 1 1 ,,: 50 Extra
i .rf..I ;I Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m. | Limit 2 with $5, order or more Limit 10 at this price, please. Save 16< Each at this WITH .
Hank Sides,Jnstr. .. .. E 1 1 price } 'j, THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
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rl : I $4.00 A Year 'and Mrs. Gil Becker, In*trs. SAVE
Only 6
Cub Scout Pack No. 171 in the { EACH DELSEY BATHROOM Limit 2 please w THRU DECEMBER UTH

(.1 : e; $150 OUTSIDE COUNTY I Game Room at 7:15 p.m. 1 AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
, Men and Boys' Health Club in WMnmtffmm>
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; i 1 10* EACH KRAFT Limit 1 this HUM i ill ||| [
: WILL HERALD THE ARRIVAL supervised play, 3:30-5:30: ; p.m, please at priceMayonnaise ., ..
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l News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursday, December 12, 1963 Page Nine


i I County basketball team in all respects -

I i Sporfs Slants i I High School/ / Echoes. once again of the led game.the Pirates Ronnie in Sapp scoring

I i and rebounding but it was
9. BY NED TYSON .
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great determination and team.
CURT I !I.
BY GORDON Hello, I. The Key Club and the Little work that resulted in the 72.56
I I Friday night the Pirates won Women's Club are helping the!! victory. The Pep Band was on
; We can't say that the Pirates to apologize. Last week when we their first basketball game by Jaycees in the "Toys for Tots" '!II hand to add even more excitement

opened the 1963-64 basketball named the Pirate cheerleaders, s defeating the Macclenny Wild campaign. This should be one of J, to the evening.
season with a bang because the we failed to put the most important 4 cats by a SCOff the most satisfying and heart The only dark spot in the evening -
opening game against Macclenny name on the list and that was of 4440. The Pi warming projects either of the I was our losing the 'B team
was a dull affair for about three Judy Hollis the Mascot We rates overcame* clubs will undertake. I
t and one-half quarters. It had the I i are going to try to overcome this an unimpressiv Those who attended the Jr. i game. Pee Wee Nobles was the

Pirate fans grumbling and already error by getting the Chief Ray first half t.. ; High School P.T.A. meeting last most productive scorer for the
i saying it looked like another Caldwell to take Judy's picturefor edge out the I losers as he scored from all partsof
Thursday night had the pleasure"
long basketball season, but the paper. Until we do, we 1FrFt1Y I II,I Wildcats in thI of hearing the High School Dance'I the court.Members .
the Pirates came to life in the are going to stay clear of Judy I I I final minutes oii Band present a medley of num.Ii| of the Jr. Class received -
final four minutes of the game and hope she will forgive us. .i I the game. Ro ? bers. their class rings Tuesday.
and created some excitement for # *
nie Sapp led th
Tuesday night the Pirates made
their followers. Fernandina went ; Congratulations are in order Fernandina scor
out in front in the scoring column -: for Chip Wood, Ned Tyson, Butch Y Y.f ing with 11 all Fernandina fans proud of Try A Classified
with just two minutes remaining Williams and Jerry Beard, for 4 points. The Pirate B team won them as they routed. the Clay
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in the game. Fans are being selected to the Keystone the preliminary game.
i usually curious about the team Conference All-Star Football 1 I
I This year's basl<>tball cheerleaders
; while waiting for the opening Squad. I
I are as follows: Ange
game of the season and we imagine 6 # PRESENTING THE F.B.H.S. BASKETBALL cheerleaders after a close 44-40 Prate j jI Shirley, Diane Poole, Barbara'' Arm and Shoulder Pain.

the Pirates are going to have : Benny Alvarez made a field I win in the first game of the season with .Macclenny: front row, 1 to r, Captain Sue Tucker, Gail McKendree, Judv .

the to liven fans things up a bit to keep I I goal from the centerline last Friday 'I: Selph, Gail McKendree; back row, 1 tor, Judy Hahn, Elaine Rowland, Connie Gass, Hahn, Elaine Rowland, Connie

coming.* I I' night. Time was about to run I Ange Shirley, Diane Poole, ard Barbara Tucker. Luck to the Pirates as they meet Gass, Sue Selph and Baba Bryce Neuritis in the arms and shoulders is a very common'com
I out and Benny let the ball I the
fly are and
as I Hilliard tomorrow night in their first away game. captain co-captain plaint. This condition is often accompanied by soreness in the
We made a mistake: It seldom the whistle sounded ending the I I respectively. These girls shouldbe '
happens to us, but this time it third quarter, and the ball stripped i i "4v I congratulated for their fine I neck and pain in the back cf the head. In many cases it wiU'befound
was a grave error and we have the nets for 2 points. It is a feat tried many tfmei but seldom the Commercial League in Jack- job. Many people fail to realize i that the topmost vertebrae in the spine has slipped slightly -
--- 1 accomplished. .lIt sonville' won the first game of Classic that a great amount of teamworkand I I out of its normal position and is pinching on the spinal cord.If .

*. the season last Monday night by practice is involved in per !

Football fans in the area have defeating Arlington Sport Shop, Bowling LeagueBY forming the various cheers. you are bothered by this rendition, you should consult a
another treat coming up Friday: (G5-63. Coach Wymanj Hughes'team Chiropractor. Gentle chiropractic treatment will do much to
night in the Gator, Bowl when I was led in scoring by Philip r I correct and relieve this cause of illness.
2 high. schooIs\; :mton and Jack Robinson with 20 points. Ger- HENRY ELLIS Cecil Hodge 224-465 j

\ son, play in the fiswual_ Meninak I aId Robinson scored 10, Robert Week of 12.5 Archie Smith 210-576 I
Charity game. bi 1tn.as won 23 : Lloyd 15, Jim Roland 9, Nat Total Roger Hadden 221-558
'rnil ht games ardfwiir. be play i Smith 9, Steve Spence 1 and hey Stanley Bohannon 206-552
I, Crump 1.Basketball. Team Standings W L ,VIM Hours
ing against a larger school, Jackson Jasper Murray 187-506
I| # No. 2 19 11 14021 James
s I However, they appear to Lynn 200-503 I w. 7'
have the credentials to back up [, fans have really No. 3 19 11 13716 High Average Bowlers Mon., Wed., Fri.

the 23-0 record they own. I am i, turned out for the first two Pirate No. 4 13 17 14060 Cecil Hodge 185 ., + 9-12&2-6
trying to say that it should be I games and if they continue : No. 1 9 21 12459 Roger Hadden 184 I
I worth the time it takes to go '''to win, crowds should become j j High Team, 3-Games CLASSIC LEAGUE 131 Kings Street

over to see the game. I' larger. As an added attraction,!' No. 2 1526 Standings 12-5
1 Jonathan Hill brought part of Phone 729.561.1Kingsland
s ok I up | No. 4 1484 Teams:
the high school band to furnish | '
We see that other schools have I No. 3 1382 High scratch tripleNo. :: GeorgiaDR.
j music! during the half time and 2 1537 j ;
been invited to the World's Fair High Ind. Games I
[ before the game. We think the Individuals
well fine Fernandina : ''i
as as our j Cecil lodge 665
I music the cheerleaders added
I; C Band, and are putting on some gave Archie Smith 576 High scratch triple i I C. K. CROCKER DR. T. A. OWEN
I vim as they kept the gym Cecil Hodge 665
kind of drive to raise the necessary Roger Hadden 558
alive all night.
We still think it Roger Hadden 636
\ money. I ft & High, Team Game
will be an excellent time for us Larry Flint 624 :
Fernandina looked better No. 2 536 Clinic j
to show our band to New York I Archie Smith 576 Kingsland Chiropractic i
jA.154 against Green Cove than they did No. 4 514
t1 I' High scratch singleNo. I
I I I We want you to think about the .
in the Coach Stover No. 3 490 -
I I opening game. 4 541 :
!j project because after Santa Claus ;. -
hopes they continue to im. High, Ind. Game
has visited us we plan to open a :' High scratch single "Associated with Owen ChiropracticClinic .
/ PRICE INCLUDES i drive to try to raise the money. prove in practice this week as'they Cecil Hodge 224 Kleber Skidmore 233 of Jacksonville" :
I face a tough assignment i Roger Hadden 224 Buddy Doland 232
It isn't fair for us to keep the
DELIVERY AND CONNECTION I Friday night when they .
band all. to ourselves. People in invade H Archie Smith 210 Billy Joyce 221 -
TOSUBUflBANPROPANE Hilliard to play the Red Flashes.t)i' High Scratch Howlers Henry Ellis 217 -
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l 1 their best to defeat the "always- nn
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Nick Smith has really had
habit going to the State Tourna- J
I tough luck with theeatherl!'meet every year 1 :

SUBURBAN while trying to brjng in outstanding I| *
I programs. for racing fans. I I' Barbara Bryce, Fernandina
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i ; .. ::. .... . .' ." .' '::' 'Dynr I wait Smith until: said the he first would of the probably year to ,at cheerleader her job of co-captain cheering, this was wek back:: :' Lowest Prices Ever! :

I : ".. .. .... . . try another program. after missing the first game. because J ; r' _
GAS CLOTHES I Id
DRYER -tr of illness. ,
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j r .. :-. ... 'f REE SUBURBAN PROPANE GAS SERVICE Friday night to play the Red SEE THE YOUNGSTER IN YOUR LIFE SPARKLE(
I t .'... "i Flashes then will play Lake Butler o o E o
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the local floor on Saturday Ii
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( I PHONE night. On Tuesday night the Orange TU FlORIDA TOURIST i I WITH DELIGHT CHRISTMAS MORNING! :
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OR STOP IN TODAY Park Raiders will be entertained I I MINISTRY IS WORTHIL.i5,000,000 I
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gym %
flPRC(7TIMES I : !, : GIVE A :
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j ; __ 7 South 7th St. and St. Augustine. THAN THE { (J'-: t ta>

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.. Page Ten-.. Newg.Le;der_, Fernandina. : Beach. .,. Florida. -.Thursday. ,December. 12, 1933 f rnether it to Mineola, Iowa,
... L r. l --- ., L -.' I Postmaster's Annual or local post offices for the ask."held it unclaimed for the standard ., goes
-. New York Texas or Missouri
II jug .. .5' '
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99 days ,the parcel 1 i is usjually'
"Present" ; \ i i ecb of vhkh have a city by that
LAtThe Is Given
t lost to the sender intended
C ; And just as an additional or re "
said.
hurchesi 11 name, M'ton
peace-of-mmd about cipient. I
Out For Christmas I safeguard "Mail'early with ZIP Code is
Timely il parcels this Christmas th$ Such parcels are disposed of I
by well
FIVE POINTS BAPTISTCHURCH PINE i. I such a hem to the mailer as
GROVE BAPTIST
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I i! |I'Rtf. Postmaster W. H. Melton had;( Postmaster urges you to insure : the Postal Service at auctions I as our Post Office, that I reallycan't
i CHURCH i his annual Christmas "present"1ready !them. : held at 15 major post offices over
: doesn't
see why ao(
Suggestion. J, W. Keen Pastor A. Z. Knight, Pastor i : : everyone
[ today for his patrons and, He noted that despite theDepartment's the nation. i it," he added.
9:45 __, ) School '
a.m. j Sunday Sunday School 9:45
1,0. I to nobody's surprise, it was his !J efforts over many The Postmaster emphasized ',
I 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship Horning Worship _____ 11 ,
I ua i rennial suggestion: "Mail Ear. years to promote good packaging that ZIP Code can also help in- 'MEMORIAM
5:30 p.m. -___Tt Training Union 11:00 a.m. Morning Service ly" and addressing the Postal Service loss due and
I I sure against to poor addressing -{| Put Christ in Christmas
.:!(\ p.m. __ Evening: Worship' 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service ,t "Christmas shopping and mailing -I each year has been unable to ( for letters and parcels.I I attend the church of your choue:

'Tn\S\ (ear Wednesday prayer service, 1:3r W.M.B. '! is, for most people, one of the I}|deliver or return about half a ; The five-digit ZIP code identifiesOne Pray often together and for eat u
p.m. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday V.LB. Young I heaviest chores at Christmas,"I million parcels including many specific area. No other area other, and trust in God.
& People Melton, said, "and if I can persuade I lost because of poor packaging or has that same ZIP Code number. In loving memory of my dad,
: stt LUTHERAN PRINCE OF CHURCH PEACE 7:45 .__-_ Prayer Meeting ', some people to, get it done :, incorrect addressing. II Therefore, Melton explained Howard Scott Hendricks Sr.

i" : C 'right now I think they will agree ,,: Another situation that discourages I in view of the great number of Psalm 150.
t Donald R. Himmelraan, Pastor
i : : ,,, Phone 2G1-5634 NORTH 14th STREET later when they are taking it I postal employes is that i opportunities for error that arise, (signed) Roy K. Hendricks
G BAPTIST CHURCH i 1 easy while others rush around I in which they finally manage to I II from the fact that there are many
Sunday School ...__ 9:45
1 : Cnr\s\\as\ \(( Worship ,Service 11:00 a. m. 9:45 a.m. Sunday School |, that I have given them a very I decipher an address on a parcel I streets and cities with similar CARD OF THANKS
[ a. m. : the ZIP Code is real I thank all of friends for
; of 11:00: a.m. Morning Wor hir good present. only to find the deciphered address names a my

I: { tE1\ i '* 6:30: p.m. ...........?.............. BTU "Virtually all Christmas mail. I is completely erroneous :1! asset for Christmas mail as well their prayers, kindness and un
: u\U.S\ 10 I' CHURCH OF GOD OF 7:30 p.m. .... Evening Worship ing can be disposed of now by to the wrong street or sometimeseven I I as for regular mailings." derstaRd lU _I humbly pray for
jl t'4R10t\t PROPHECYRev. 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week Services 1 I observing the following five sug. to the wrong city and state. i i For example if a letter is addressed each aacUU of you.
!: !: V "s 1 t t\it\ !I H. c. Drury Pastor Wednesday gestions," Postmaster Melton explained Once a local post office has exhausted -: to 'Mineola' and the state A Merry Christ's Birth and a

10:00: a.m. ._ Sunday School: all efforts to make delivery I is left out or is illegible we can ( prosperous slew Year.
11 a.m. Morning Service & # or return-3 parcel and has tell from the ZIP Code, if used, (signed) iRoy Kenneth Hendruksf
1. Do shopping for __ __ __ __
.. 7:45 p.m. ..._'.. Evening Service MEMORIAL METHODIST your your h
Christmas gifts now. ,
....... ..r 7:45 p.m. Wednesday: V.L.B. Ser CHURCH -
II. vice for young people.ST. Nelson 1). Moyer Pastor 2. Check and revise mailing :
_. .. ..Besides, you spare yourself 9:45: a.m. Sunday School lists for cards and presents.
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.4. 11:00: am. Morning Worship 3. Package and mail Christmas Own This DistinctiveMeyers
inconveniences I'ETEK'S EPISCOPAL
these :
: CHURCH 6:15: pm. MYF Supper & Programs- parcels promptly. Don't worry .
about being too early just mark
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: ., V Last minute shopping in crowded stores .' ', .. .r The.. Rev. Jaties D. Ellisor Rector 1:30 pm. Evening Worship I them "Do Not Open Until Christ and Lazeau Home
A.M. communion
> .,. 1:30 -- Holy "
mas.
i V Guesswork about size, style and colors i > iO.OO A.M. Choral, Eucharist '* *
4. Buy Christmas cards
i : now
11:13: A.M.. Church School ST. MICHAFJN CATHOLIC \
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.;: '- \s: Awkward and troublesome returns "' : s boo P.M. Episcopal Young CHURCH and address them them right away, z cZ' iff/ON YOUR Lor*
;. .. r!' Churchmen Rev. W. J. Holmes, Pastor separating into outoftownand ;

t : :.=:=;*\lThe need to straighten out and pay all kinds'of :: .' '. : (This is the schedule of every Sunday Mass 2nd, 4tk local bundles. Mail them im.
Sunday with the exception of the Sunday _. 7:30: a m. mE'diatelyith ZIP Codes on them .
i, : :... bills after the holiday season is over.PlayItSmartSayltWithCash. last Sunday of the month) Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd I I( and you've pot it made, except i jo fAO'JEV'D'OWN m QUALIFIED LOJS.Am BUYERS
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perhaps for that last-minute card
*. 5th Sun?av. 11:30: a.m. I
forgot to send to Aunt Iin-
: E-== i LAST SUNDAY OF THE- Daily Monday, Young People 8 7 a.m.p.m,1 nie.you r" : .. .

MONTH -
---- Glad To Provide It! : -' 7:30 A.M. Holy Communion Saturday Convent Chapel I 5. Buy plenty of stamps now
We'll Be
: ::::=: i-30: Communion in Convent while post office windows are un- Fn
)10.00 A.M. Morning Prayer
: =:-: Under our Christmas money plan, everything is I and Sermon 6:30 P.M. Young People' crowded. v
11:15 A.M. Church School Meeting. For Christmas cards, the Postmaster
: z..: handled on a simplified basis with the payment 5:00 recommends the attractivenew F
P.M. Episcopal 'Young '*
E schedule set up to suit you and your pocketbook. Churchmen 5 cent Christmas stamps
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
= v f.r showing the National Christmastree
... CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH in Washington, D. C. Use of

M- ,REMEMBER. A Cash Gift Says "Merry Christmas"' ::. .' Bailey Road I Church Rev.School John ..Dozier._.._Pastor 9:45: A.M'j I treatment this stamp insures first-class the card mail
I. meaning
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J. C.
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: In The Nicest Kind Of Way. Worship Service 11:00: AM. contain
; Sunday School _.,10 A.M.: ,may personal messages
Youth Meetings 6:00 P.M.
ii. : Morning Worship __ 11 A.M.\ : and may be forwarded or returned w r
MM I Church School 7:30 P.M.
free of extra
: I Evening Service 7:30 P.M. charge.
: *... leans up if J1 to $600 For example, if Great Aunt .

M ,M TABERNACLE: BAPTIST HRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Minnie has moved without telling

CIIURCII Rev. F. A. Lewi. I'astnr you your card will be forwardedto
: : G.AC.CORPORATION- FINANCE<< Amelia Road Phone %GI3187Rev. 1ft.00 am. Sunday School] her (presuming she has left a

t : Loyfl Chambers, Pastor 11no a.m. __ Won Mo Servicefi'30 forwarding address). If the card
r Sunday School 10 a.m. p.m. r.. A. Youth JkrviW cannot be forwarded it will be i THE ELDORADO is a 3 bedr om, 1" both home .
I Mw 7:30 n.m. Evangelistic Service returned to you, provided you i MASTER BUILT ON YOUR LOT Colonial 'design, throughout Colored both fixtures
AMOUNT PAYMENTS FOR Morning Worship 11 a.m. I Micmta' ,covered cabin-is Delux' kitchen .
: YOU GET 24 MONTHS 20 MONTHS U MONTHS II MONTHj' Evening Worship ... ?, 7 p.m. Thursday mil week senric, have put your return address on i t .: Larae Patio Carport Sliding gloss doors .
-N S 75.00 $ 5.06 $5.47 S 7.55 Wednesday Service 7 p.m.b 7:3R l'.m. has the asked.envelope as the postmaster FOR AS LOW AS $6419 PCR Inside Laundry room Large outside storage rr ;m.
TT fiSPRINCHILL '* -tr !
: 1tOao S 9,49 10.79. 11.67 16.11 .
Incidentally, to speed Christ. .1
BAPTIST ST. PAW. LUTHERANoilmen \'"''
: 25.00 2".86 2.3S 30.69 2.50 I NEW HOMES FROM
CHURCH mas card handling letter carriers
.... 600.00 3".39 39.3 2.66 59.3 State Hi*'ay 107 Nassauville Amelia City Near IntersectionAl and post offices will have free 00 \ i I

Rev. Dan E. Wade, Pastor supplies available of "local" and I '. $5250 per month $1 IUU per mo I
: 308 Atlantic Avenue .. Ple..e lent mt further information en "luildMI
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Pastors Prayer Time A. F. G "Mnrdt. Pastor 'out-of-totivn" bands for Christ (

.-. Fernandina- leach,florIda (For Men) 7 a.m. I 8:00: am. Moming Service mas cards. If you will use these Phone PO-5-1604 ETS. RA 5-5804 I I NAME your Lot...proj....rom"."............................. I I
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. sfr to separate your local and out-of-I iI

.r. ::.- Telephone 261-3681 Morning Worship ._ 11 a.m. FIRST!=; BAPTIST!=; fUtmni town cards, it will expedite de- OVER 50 MEYERS- LAZEAU HOMES t I ADDRESS ................................... I I

(' : ... CIEfi Hours; Daily f-5;Wednesday I Saturday M2 Training Union -,,.*.- 6:15 p.m. Rev J. T. Dtmnim Pastor livery and assist your post office.In FOR YOUR SELECTION. IN A L. 1 1 PHONE NO- ..........'.................'I.... I I
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w .... ALSO FIVE CONVENIENT OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE Evening Wednesday Worship 7:30 p.m. Worship Services: R:M A.M. most areas:: postal patrons PRICE RANGES I DO YOU OWN LOT .......................... I I

.w. Men's Hour: of Power -: 11-nn A v will find that a supply of these ____________ ______ ______J
--- -- 7pm. : 7:30 P.M. will be; left in their riaiMox; or ._ ___
' w i Prayer Service 7:30 p.m. nndav! P' ,nnl 9-4R A M they may be had from carriers ;' fJ
!/ t : !X.Classified Ad For Quick Results 1 "Whosoever. will: may come." t.f Training Union 6:15: P.M.

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Rev. C. W. Page, Pastor ; .' I V ,
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I 3p u 3 Prayer meeting W E'dnp.r1nv I

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.w. \ r .f ,. 'r" I South Uth OF Street CHRIST May .

! .. .. Kenneth' L. Jones. MinistetSunday
I : ; : BihTp Shidy ...in.-OO a.m.
; Morning Wor! nin 11:00 a.m.
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\ V .t. : : 55A I I Study ..._..__....__ 730 pjn. : IN -
or_ Thursday: Ladies Class 10-30 a.m.
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I: ; ;J S low stetion-to-station rates. To drive point away us to the our timid duty st; >:*sAnd MERCHANDISE CERTIFICATE WILL BE DELIVERED TO WINNERS ON MONDAY

-.. It Lighting up the dark recesses- ;.'
Of our lives, "t:
i : :::: Here's all you do: pie: if you're calling a New York City, So that our shortcomings t'

I, 0': J number,you dial "1-212"-and then the Stand out in stark relief
I. 1. Dial "-this connects you with Aeainst the rosy backgroundOf r
:. individual number you're calling. I' our dreams. LINDSAY SOFT WATER
..; the automatic dialing equipment.

r.f *.-' It's that simple. Try it. For a list Sunset S.

. : : ,... 2. Dial the area code of the city i you're '
s .of many of the cities you can dial! direct White clouds of gold,

calling if it's different from Fernandina's see the front.pages of your telephone And nightfall comes. I '-i -

:. area code. New York City's for'instance directory. Blessed sleep steals softly inf! OF JACKSONVILLE
I. To heal the wounds \
is 212; Atlanta's 404; Chicago's'312. I The day hath dealt
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r WILL TRADE your good credit WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS I and watch where you're going i I

for a beautiful gift at Robison any make. Stoves cleaned- Pedestrians UrgedTo when in rural areas.. j I

WANT AD RATES Jewelry Company tfc Buy, sell, repair used furniture. I I Don't load your arms with "SEE CCI. I
Ph. 261-3442 2255294. tfc
J5 per word .75 minimum TD 14A Bulldozer with winch, --or-- --- I I J Walk With Care bundles and walk at random on :>

Cud of Thanks. Resolution blade, harrow, lowboy trailer I city streets. It's a deadly. prac 'Pei INGRAir !

and Similar Notice and 1959 model Internationaltruck WANTED The Little Bird Sez: tice.Don't i

with new tires. $7,500 or During Holidays walk from between parked

13 per word $LM minimum will exchange for house trailer, cars. Don't double park and FOR t

Cal 261-3686 or 261.3687 home or mortgage. Contact WANTED TO BUY good used Carelessness suddenly open your car door Real Estate t
ft while TALLAHASSEE The
or driving Florida
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or place ad at office Jack Taylor, Rt. 2, Jesup, Ga. trumpet. Harry Poole, 261- I I Highway Patrol today asked without observing what traffic is l I' Life Insurance

611 Ash Street I or phone GA 73068. J2c C601 or 2613805. tIc i drinking can make the trip .' Floridians if they had considered''I trying to pass your vehicle. i

In other words be extra I Retirement Inline
,. cautious -
from here how more safe walking days
SHETLAND PONY 3 years, I { to eternity a muchshorter j they many have until Christmas. j I during the holidays and be Health & Accfdenthospitalization_

gentle, ideal for any age young ; PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE one than need be t around to celebrate January 1, I
FOR SALE j During the Christmas season !
19C4.
ster. 261.5869 after 4 p.m. or TO CREDITORS [
see across from Key's Auto ILORIDA STATUTES rush is a good time to learn bow Major Medici!

IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY to be a "safe and alive" pedes-1
THREE BEDROOM masonry Parts, O'Neal Pony and $75 JUDGE, NASSAU COUNTY, FLOR trim Patrol Comdr. H. N. Kirk- -&HELP SMOKEY I Disability Monthly Income

home. Living room air-eondi saddle only $200. Also small IDA, I.V fROUATE. I I

tioner, .carport, \Utility room. Go,Cart, 2 H h.p. engine $35., I 1.In re W,: HIRES Estate of, D aa.se4. man that "lives said, and will reminded be lost during residents the BEAR PREVENT I L L. BOHANNOK,

Landscaped. 905''Amelia Dr, To,, AS Creditors and Persons Haviic I
TRY DIADEX TABLETS (form Claims or* Demand Against Said Estate rush unless people take care. INSURANCE V f
$750 down, $58 month. Phone'2x,1.3107' O\ FOREST HRES'IHTHESODTHI
'I' erly Dex-A-Diet) New name,I : And, he said, they will not all ; I 261-5269
Phone
; D19p formula. 58c. LOCK- You and each of you are hereby be'lost the .
Only
came I itotifttd and .required present arty ; : on highway by a long I 'I
;;I..1 WOOD'S DRUG STORE. J23p : claims and demands 0 shot. ,
1003!) :j a CHEVROLET; which! you, or i
--.I either of, you may have against the I I
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Like new, Call 2CM483 or see TURKEYS Alive or dressed. estate of J. >W: Hiers, deceased, late it People who pile high holiday ; - H
,said County, to the ,bundles then take -- .-... .
at 107 N 18th.i D12e ] County Judge of season and off -" _'&1- -
Shoot at Nassau Tav a
._ Turkey Nassau County Florida, at his office
direction the
-- ern, each Friday, Saturday afternoon in the court house of said County at in every across i

ANTIQUE MANTEL c I o e k 'til Xmas. 3 until Fernandina Beach, Florida, :within six I streets. and highways, of the state

' chimes the hour. Reasonable !I Iprite. p.m. calendar months. from the. limp of the I S in their hurry and bustle to get
8: p.m. Sponsored by Nassau first publication -oi this notice. To
Mrs. I?. A. Kelly, phone j Meat Packers. tfc copies of each claim or demand shaD ('f" their Christmas shopping done
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261.3872.( .; ri1*" be irt writing, and shall state the : ::7 early, won't get it done at all '
.... place of residence end post office address
I BEDROOMS because will walk themselves
THREE 2 baths, 'of the claimant, and shall be they

STEREOPHONIC table record I breakfast nook, dining room, sworn to by the claimant his agent, to death," warned the patrol f

.. player. Practically new. $20 cedar lined or attorney and accompanied by a chief.
II i large family room, filing fee of one dollar and such claimor

cash. Phone ..2614261. D12p i storage room large double garage 'oemand hot So filed shall be void. The Patrol said that there is
f
Bessie R. Hiers
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I covered patio. Lot J36 x 194 As adoiiaistratrix of the Estateof an increasing number of pedestrians -
CLOTHES. 5
BARBIE DOLL
I 1803 Beech St. Phone 261-4167. J. W. fliers, deceased I being killed in Florida and ,
Han Circle, N. 18th St Phone tie First publication November, 163. the
the record could run highest ;
2GMW6. D19c I I'I I 4t Jl-21. 28 12 5,12 ;

NICE, LARGE LOTS for -sale. PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE this year of any previous twelve )

NOBEL wood clarinet Bargainfor 1 I months unless every precaution: I
r Good terms. One quarter mile I PUBLIC NOTICE IV THE CIRCUIT COURT IM AND TO BIDDERS FOR LESS !
I U exercised. j jCol. .
cash. Ph. 2613782. Pl2c South of Five Points on Amelia FOR NASSAU COUNTY, FLOR- The Hoard of Commissioners of Amelia
: IV TilE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH I IDA. IV CHANCERY I IslanJ Mosquito Control District of I Kirkman had this bit cfj

FOR SALE'' Gifts and more Rd. Call 2C1-5421 tiC] JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IX AND FOKf I CASE NO. -- Nassau County, Florida, will receive advice and, information for holiday ,I
-, NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA. 1ST MARY FAITH FRIDDELL !
sealed bids at the office of said Boardof
gifts for Christmas giving, at I I CHANCERY Case No. 2756.FERNANDINA Plaintiff,I Commissioners located at.,7 North shoppers: |

RoUion Jewelry Company; tfe1 1 I FOR RENT FEDERAL SAVINGS \t 4th Street, Fernandina Beach Florida More than half of all pedestrian ,
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, a corp. ESAU FR1DDELL, until 2:00: O'Clock P.M., E.S.T..
PECANS FOR SALE reasonably oration, Defendant. the 13th day of December 1963 for \ accidents occur where there are '
Plaintiff, NOTICE OF SUIT the fallowing: NO traffic control facilities. So'
priced. Ph. 261.5246 after FOUR ROOM, downstairs, fur. vs. STATE OF FLORIDATO One ((1) New 1964, J-300 Willys 4- walk with the light when in town
4 p.m., D12c Phone 261-, W. B. KITTRELL. DOROTHY V. : ESAU FRIDDELL Wheel Drive *i Ton, 6 Cylinder Truck, I IJ
I I I pished apartment. KITTRELL, husband and wife, 2403 Taylor Street with the following specifications; _
4645. tic 1 Defendants. Chattanooga Tennessee Cab and Pickup l'.ody. Turn Signals, I M I
PIXIE DOLLS with real hair, and I I ... I NOTICE OF SUIT You are hereby notified that a suit Oil Bath Filter, spare Wheel and Tire,

other novelties. Handmade. Call APARTMENT FURNISHED, 21 THE: STATE OF FLORIDATO has been filed against you in the '126" Wheelbase 115 Horsepower and PUBLIC I NOTICE
: above entitled cause; and that you 7:00-18. 6 Ply all service tires.
house : W. It. KittreU and Dorothy V. :
2Clo Ul at
or come to ;j i bedrooms, private entrance, Klttrell. husband and wife, are hereby required to file your answer All bids must exclude all taxes. NOTICE TO CREDITORS .
Five Points next to Gulf Station j I garage. Phone 261-4227. tfc c/o Mrs. Daisey Reeves with the Clerk of this Court and All bids shall state the earliest guar. FLORIDA STATLTES I s
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tfe Route I, Box 54 to serve a copy thereof upon the reed delivery date. IX THE COURT OF TilE COUNTY !
Osborn South Carolina. Plaintiff or Plaintiffs attorney, whose AU bids must be marked on outside JUDGE, NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA
UNFURNISHED, one bedroom name and address is: V Mercury N. of "I'.id Truck. I F
CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES regu. home. Conveniently located. $30 Citified You ad that each a of suit you has are been hereby filed Kavouklis P. 0. Box 462. Fernandina. and envelope not to be opened on Willys until 2:00 j! In re:, H Estate PROHATE.of I LET US SAFETY CHECK ;;
tered. Call 26M341 or 261. lieach, Florida not later than December O'clock P !.L, E.S.T., on December :
month. Phone 261-4109. tfc I against you in the above entitled : WILLIAM CLARK OWEN, Deceased. !
26th, 1963.
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and I II 13th! 1963. | To All Creditors and Persons Having'
5186( tfc cause; that you are hereby required
- If fail to d Decree Pro '
you $ so. The Board of Commissioners of the
FOR WINTER beach rentals, call Clerk of to file your answer with the Confesso will be entered against you Amelia Island Mosquito Control District tate nMras or Demands Against Said Es-j 1 YOUR TIRES BEFORE i I

'59 FORD RANCH WAGON W. I. McCranie, 26U642.( tic. serve a copy the thereof Circuit upon Court the, and Plaintiff to. for the relief demanded in the Com' of Nassau County Florida, reserve YMI: and each of you are hereby < ,

V-8 automatic radio, heater, I t .Plaintiffs plaint the right to reject any or all j notified and required to
-- -- >e attorney, whose The nature of said suit being for bids present any ,
and to the
accept cheapest or
downstairs beach name and address is: i claims and demands which you, or THE HOLIDAYS.
power,brakes and steering $410. SIX ROOM, Divorce. best, if such action is to the best In.I I j I; .
have the
Herbert Wm. Fishier i either of against ,
t Ph. 2015878. tfsFLEXALUM duplex. Unfurnished. Ph 2C1- Witness my hand and the seal of terert of said Hoard. i I you may ,
1 215';: Atlantic Avenue { estate of William Clark Owen deceased -
said Court at Fernandina Beach Nas THE BOARD OF COMMSSIONERS
3118. tfc Fernandina lieach,. Florida. im' | late of said County, to the I 4
Florida, this 27th of
sau County day AMELIA ISLAND :
rl : CUSTOM MADE I Cat later than January I, 1954. November A. D. 13C3.: .'CONTROL DISTRICT OF MOSQUITO NASSAU County Judge of Nassau County,
U fail to do decree ': Florida, at his office in the court house Special Price On Tires During
, Venetian blinds -- measured and I SINCLAIRHAS I you so pro con- D. 0. Oxley COUNTY, FLORIDA j j
, jcf said Cour&y: at Fernandina Beach.
installed. fesso will be entered against: you for Clerk of Circuit Court4t liy G.! Ralph Wolff Chairman. j i I ,
Wide of colors. MODERN STATION with calendar months
range Florida, within six
the. relief demanded in the complaint t 11-28. 12-5, 12. 19 2t 12.5. 12 :!
PORTER & LOVEQUIST Color 15,000 gal monthly average for TIle nature of said I from the time cf the first publication I
I suit being for of this notice. Each claim or demand Jttyeee Auto Safety Program
Center.; Phone 261-30C8.( tfc j jJ immediate lease. Located at 8th foreclosure of mortgage on the following .I PUBLIC, NOTICE M PUBLIC NOTICE j shall be in writing, and shall state
i described situated
in the
property of residence aril office
and Elm. Write P. 0. Box 4009, the place post
City of Fernandina Beach.; Nassau IV TilE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH
ACCOLON NOTICE TO CREDITORS address of the claimant and shall be I
REMNANTVINYL I Ph. El 3.1723 Jax. Florida, to-wit JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.IN .
Jax. Fla., or County. : FLORIDA STATUTES sworn to by the claimant his agent
in stock. 9 ft width. $1.65 II The following described lands situate j. AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
I. sq. D12c LV TilE COURT OF TilE COUNTY i I or attorney, and any such claim or
' yd. Porter &; Lovequist Color in the City of Fernandina JUDGE. NASSAU COUNTY, FLOR IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. 2752 I demand not -so filed shall be void. I Lasserre Motor Co.
( each (formerly City of Fernan. IDA IN PROHATE. IV RE: ADOPTION OF Anita Patricia Owen Hall
Center. Ph. 261-3068. tic TWO BEDROOM furnished du. dina Nassau I I ANGELIVE LEE HELTON, minor
i ) County Florida, and In re: Estate of a I I As executcr of the Last Will and
. plex apt. with Baby Grand known and described on the offi WILLIAM E. PYROV, Deceased by HOBBY LEE MORRIS and JEAN Testament cf
' 40 HP ELECTRIC start Johnson Electricity furnished. cial plats of said City (as lithographed To All Creditors and Persons Having I WATSON MORRIS husband and wile. j I I William Clark Owen deceased; SINCE 1910
piano. and issued by the Floe Claims or Demands Against Said Es NOTICEIN First publication December 12, 19C3.
outboard motor run only 3 $65 month. 2377 S. Fletcher. ida Railroad Company in 1357 tate: THE .NAME OF THE STATE OF Thos. J. Shave, Jr., Atty.

hours. $395. can be financed.] and enlarged, revised and reissuedby FLORIDA: 12 12. 19, 26. 1.% .
/ D12c You and each of 4t
are hereby notified
I 261.3212. The Florida Town Improve you TO: James W, Helton : : : ____ ,_ .t!.
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Mr. ,Connetly, 251.5751.* : -- I ment Company in 1887 and 1901)as ) and required to present any VT 24Chase
blockof claims and demands which you, or Field I .
FURNISHED APT. % the North Half (N id of Lot Navy Base
,. NOTICE: ONLY TEN more shop Post Office. Private entrance, Two (2)) in mock One Hundred ::estate either of of William you, may E. have l>yron.against deceased the Heeville, Texas
and Forty ((140)). You are hereby notified that a petition
pinr days until Christmas late of said to the
electric kitchen. 314 Alachua. { County Courtly for adoption has been filed in the
WITNESS my hand and seal of said I(I Judge of Nassau County, Florida at
just enough time to select a above styled Court by B'>Lby Lee
Phone 261.5186 or 261-4341. tfc Court at the City of Fernandina his office in the court house of said
gift of lasting beauty for everyone Beach Nassau County, Florida this I I. Florida ]: Morris and Jean Watson Morris nisi
County at I'ernandina Beach i
wife, for the adoption of Angeline Lee
' on your list, at Robisons. NICE TIiRTEE BEDROOM un- 2nd. day of December 1963. within six calendar months from the I I Helton, a minor white female child,
t ('EAL) /s/ D. 0. OXLEYD.
I I time of the first publication of this
tic furnished home at Five Points. 0. Oxley and you are commanded to be and
notice. Two copies of each claim or ,
I __ Call 2G1-5421. tic Clerk of the Circuit Court, demand shall be in writing, and shall I why appear said in petition said Court sh uid to not show be grant.cause '

ONLY $7,000 BUYS neat, three Fernandina Beach I state the place of residence and post ed and you are commanded to servea

/. bedroom home, outside town.! FOUR ROOM unfurnished apart. Nassau Florida.4t County. office address of the claimant, and 1 1I copy of your written defenses: and
shall be scorn to by the claimant, hi;
"I Chain link fence. $350 down to ment at beach $55 year round. 125. 12 19, 261 1 I agent, or attorney and accompanied tioners.objections Thos.on the J. Shave.Attorney Jr. for Jeffreys Peti

Veteran;. Call 26M602. tt cONE I I by a filing fee of one dollar and such I Building Kernandin'j leach, Florida
claim or demand not so filed shall be file the
1 -tt and original thereof in the of.
ofl PUBLIC NOTICE I
'P BEDROOM and two bedroom .f ,void. lice of the Clerk of the Circuit C"urt
TWO BEDROOM cottage in town. I KARABARA BAYNE PYRON I II of Nassau Countv. Florida, at Fir
furnished apartments. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH i As administrator nf Ole Estate of
nandina Beach. Florida, before
Corner lot. Just $2,200. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR I I I on or
WILLIAM E. PYRON deceased .
North FVciwr. Year round I the 6th day of January 1964, otherwise
: NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Thss. J, Jr.
I '* tr I Shave a decree be entered againstyou
may
Ph. 2613595. tic IN CHANCERY CASE NO.
rent. [Attorney at Law
THREE BEDROOM masonry, two FERNANDIXA FEDERAL SAVINGS 1 granting said adoption.
Fernanoina Leach: Florida
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WITNESS hand Cerk' of
said
my as
baths, family room. 1COO square BEACH APARTMENTS year I AND oration LOAN, ASSOCIATION,' a 4t 11-28 125. 12, M) Circuit Court of Nassau County, Florida N

feet Beautiful lot at Five round. $3.5)-355 month furnished t rorP-j' ----- -- and the seal of said Court at Fer ,
nandina Beach. Nassau
PUBLIC NOTICEIN I County. Floe
I
Points. $13,500 to Veteran with included. Ph. r vs. 1
( electricity ida on the fib day of November,
LEE W. MORGAN, widow
a ,
low down payment, 2C1-5446. tic THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOL'RTIIJUDICIAL A. D. 1963.I .
MORGAN DEMPSEY and WILLIAM
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR I (SEAL) sD.. 0. OXLEY
'* -- --- DEMPSEY, her husband, DALLAS NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN /
Clerk Circuit Court Nassau
APARTMENT LEE MORGAN, a minor, WILLIAM If you're buying the family
, ONLY $350 DOWN $C3.50 a DOWNSTAIRS CHANCERY I County. Florida.4t k
ZACHERY MORGAN, a miner, UN.I I
NO. 24GO
month Buys small three bed. unfurnished. Corner 4th and TED STATES OF AMERICA JOHN HARLEY ROWE, Joined by 11.28.-12-5-, 12--19

room two bath home. Pan Calhoun, across street from EODINE, Jr. and NORMAN C. HEX- MINNIE HOWE, !his wife,

eled living room. Fire place. Fchool St. Joseph's Academy. PERSON, V Defendants. Plaintiffs, PUBLIC NOTICE
V .A NEW CAR
Phone 261-4200 2614800. tie vsHEIRS NOTICE TO CREDITORS V
'V
1 ..,. or NOTICE OF SUIT OF JOSEPH ELAM ROWE FLORIDA STATUTES
4 THE STATE OF FLORIDATO I deceased,
John. T. Ferreira & Son IN TIlE' COURT OF THE COUNTY
ONE FURNISHED one unfurnished : Diana Morgan Dempsey and Defendants. .
JUDGE NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
) 60S> Atlantic! Ave. Phone 261.53'1)TWO ) apartment, oteansi William Dempsey, her husband, NOTICE OF SLIT IN PROIUTE.
1076 Craf Road The State of Florida In
re: Estate of
BEDROOM HOME Year round. 126 S. Fletcher. Apartment 4 TO: M. 1L Rhine Esquire MYRTLE M. CLEMMONS, Deceased. ORA SECOND CAR

LIVING ROOM kitchen and bath. Phone 2613138. tic Memphis. Tennessee. Committee for Henry Parmenter To All Creditors and Persons Having
You and each of you arc hereby also known as Henry, Ernie Par Claims If Demands Against Said Estate .
Two-car garage and extra large notified that a suit has been filed menter, :
VACATION APTS
rim downstairs. Completely against you in the above entitled I 125 West 40th Street. You and each of you are hereby
OCEANFRONT APT. completely cause: and that you are hereby required New York 18, N. Y. notified and required to present any FOR CHRISTMAS :
weatherstripped, insulated. Fur. to file with the You notified that suit
furnished- Day, week, or monin. your answer are hereby a claims and demands which you, or
aished. On city sewerar 70 x Clerk of the Circuit Court and to I has been filed against you in the either of you may have against the
584 S. Fletcher Ave. 261-5878. sere : copy thereof upon the Plain I above entitled cause; and that you estate of Myrtle M. Clemmons deceased
125 lot. 1675 S. Fletcher. $10 tfc tiff or Plaintiffs attorney, whose are hereby required to file your answer late of said County, to the
850. name and addrers is: with the Clerk of this Court County Judge of Nassau Cousrty.

-UPPER DECK APIS. Complete. Herbert Wm. Fishier and to serve a copy thereof upon the Florida at his office in yv court house Check With Us For A
plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, whose .
215'i Atlantic Avenue of said County at Fernandina Beach.
FOREST HILLS ly furnished including TV Frruamtina Leach: Florida, jan.e and address is: Florida, within six calendar months

80Y Stanley. Drive 3 bedrooms, Phone E6UU8. tie tot later than December 30, 1963.! A. M. Crabtree Jr. from the time of the first publicationof
If you fail to do so. decree pro Suite 104 Baymar Bunding. this notice. Two copies of each
I living room, kite\/n, dining confesso will be entered against you Jacksonville 2. Floridanot claim: or demand shall be in --writing Low Cost Automobile Loan
I room, utility room.. Hardwood TWO ROOM furnished apart. for the relief demanded in toe conpliiflt. later than January 3, 1964. and shall state the place of residenceand
If you fail to do so, decree con-
Went. pro post office address of the claimant
floors. lilA 11000. $350 lasso will be served against you for
and shall be sworn to by the
i '* -tr The nature of said suit being for the relief demanded in .
the complaint.The
down
no closing psu. claimant his agent or attorney aid
5. EL ,. SAHLMAN lag foreclosure described of property mortgage situated on the fallow in the nature of said suit being for accompanied by a filing fee cf one r Our Service Is Prompt Simple Convenientand
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1r rlt partition of Real Property situate to dollar and such claim demand not so ,
PHONE 261.1221MISCELLANEOUS Cay of Fenunoina teach, Nassau
Nassau County Florida described asfolla..s
212 S. FLETCHER County, Florida, to-wit; filed shall be void. ;
: Will Save You The
Joseph E. Weaver Important Money -
J One story duplex life time; roof. Lot Twelve. ((12)). Block One ((1)). Parcel No. 1: That part of the C. As executor of the Last Will and ;> I ,
Live in one and rent other to SOUTH BEACH according to plat Griffith Grant in Section 38. Township Testament of I t
I' recorded in Plat Book 3, page 11 2 North. Range 23 East of Myrtle M. Oeranvms. deceased PSI Car Itself Is Your Collateral.
pay: for both. of the public records of Nassav the Tallahassee Meridian, described First publication December 12. 1903.
"ok County. Florida. as follows: Beginning at a cypress Thos. J. Shave Jr. Atty.4t .
I W M LET ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS WITNESS my hand and the seal of tree marked x. c. as described 12-12.19. %6. 1.21 j jCooper's j Loan Is Repayable In Easy-ToHandle
5M CEDAR said Court at Feraandioa: teach in the Government field ,
help with your drinkIng Nassau County Florida this 26th. notes as the Northeast comer of Installments.
Five bedroom two story frame problem. Write Box 338 day & NovHnber, 1963. said Grant thence North 70 degrees I Monthly.

J home. $4,500.PETE tS AU is) D. 0. OXLEY West along the Northerly ,
City or Phone Jax. El 6-7700. D. 0. Oxley line of said Grant 1327 feet to LwmdryCoinOperated !

't INGRAM, Salesman tic Clerk of the Circuit Court. lightwood post set in said line;
I 1.. L. Rohannon Broker Fernandina Beach. Nassau County, thence South 20 degrees West 4 CHECK WITH US TODAY
I Florida.4t 1X3) feet to lightwood post: thence
FLOOR SANDING and refinish.
13 North 4th phone 261-3:69 11da,12S, 12. 19 South 70 degrees East 1300 feet to
ing. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson. a lightwood post set in the East '

QUAIL dressed. $LOO each Phone 26M669. tfr line of said claim: thence North
and
I PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE 20 degrees East 1327 feet to cypress Laundry Dry 1
Ph. 261-4983 2G1-5234.( tfc Bank
or tree and place of begining. I F FLORIDA National
-- PERSONALS: Dear Santa IS HEREBY GIVEN that Parcel No. 2: The South onehalfof Cleaning

FOR SALE OR RENT Just a final reminder to help aa order dated December 5. IStt las. I Lot 1. or the Southeast Quarterof
been issued by the undersigned authorizing the Northeast Quarter of Sec.lion : \\mt Fsrwwttlina Beach
HOMES{ IN Five Points area. No you remember to go to Robi the name of the rig) Uas 11. Township 2 North. Range Mrs. Doris Howard, I .

down payment, $G5 month. Re.I sons and pick out that watch Ltrtw: (name) PATSIDOL official 23 East .
novttwj inside and Phone number 2S9.T91 owned by WARREN: Parcel No. 3: Lot .. Section 11.Towcship Manager
out.
for
You know \
me. Signed J. BAKER of which FERNANDIKAUEACH. 2 North. Range 23 EastWitness \
561-5419 after C. tic I who! tic FLA. is the home port to my hand and the .seal ef j 14th & Beech Streets
be changed to TAMARA SUE. said Court at Fernandina Beach.1 Lu.w K8EUI eat INSMAMCS wu.uia.

RED CEDAR, living Christmas FOUNDSET of keys, identification THOMAS 41. HALL Florida this 5th day of December.' i. .
Deputy Collector of Customs A. D. 1963. .
trees. ,5Oc foot. Select your "Jim", in Dr. J. B. la Charge (SEAL) /if D. O. .OXLEY -

owe On 200 at Yolee. W. H. Britton's office. Owner pay adD12c Port of Fernaadina Beach D. O. Oxley. Trade At HMM
Flood. D19c '. Florida.4t Clerk of the Circuit Court I
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J t.Page Twelve News-Leader, Fernandina Beach Florida-Thursday,December 12, 1963 II

r Winn-Dixie Stores Junior HighLightsBY

+k ivy Scoring Set Sales Record CAROLYN BREEDENHi I OUTBOARDINSURANCE


Is PredictedFor r i ie if it F.T.A. met last Thursday at

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. An The whole school is really 7th period to discuss membership
increase of 4.37 percent in sales :'jumpir.?" with the Christmas dues. They are set at 10 cents for i

Gator BowlsJACKSONVILLE was recorded by Winn-Dixie spirit this week as plans are being every meeting. .
h Stores during the 20-week period made for the many Christ- i i 4 %
Fla. Two ended November 16 comparedwith mas activities. Library Club met Monday at :,
1
7th period and discussed plans fora
wrappv- offensive-minded teams the corresponding period a The student
Christmas Party. All library
SH! clash' in the 19th annual year ago. body will surely
assistants and their guests are ) For Better Risks
Gator Bowl football game when The Winn-Dixie 20-week sale enjoy both Mrs. invited
cordially to attend.
North Carolina and' Air Force ., volume totaled $323, 52,938 a? Wortman's pro- 'I
.. See you later!
Mme together.. < a k >: compared with $309,629,090 r duction of "None John T. Ferreira
=:The Carolina Tar Heels, owners t year ago, an increase of $13,523848. ,- But the Fair" P.S. Happy Birthday to Marla
of an 8-2 record and co-cham b Friday the 13th Beard and Greg Haddock. & Son
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taro of the Atlantic Coast Con- ,w : ? axr.r Sales during the 4-week period .' and Mr. Tyson's
t feience, and the Air Force Aca- : ended November 16 totaled $66. production o fRed 508 Atlantic

demy! Falcons, who had a 7-3 re- : 194,713 as compared to $65,890-; : U Carpet Trade At Home
Cprd, each played five games .' 189 for the corresponding 4-weP i'-:Z| l Christmas" o n : Phone... 261-5571
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which were decided by seven pK; : period in 1962. The 4-week totalin x "i December 19. .
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points or less. 1962, unusually high in the

Coach Jim nicxey's Tar Heels I w.at' Winn-Dixie operating area due to ,
aged Virginia, 11-7; Maryland, the Cuban crisis, reduced the gain "

14-7; South Carolina, 7-0; and that would have otherwise been -

Duke, 16-14, and suffered an 11- I ... normal for this period in 1963. '. .
'C upset loss at the hands of '. The increase was $504,524 or .77 Does
t' your car
Clemson. I 4 ? 4 ii4' percent.
'!"Coach Ben Martin's Falcons ',' J '* The company, which operates

were even-more active in the i supermarkets throughout the wander or weave? -
"coronary league" Each of the 3 South, now has a total of 620 retail F
allowing games was decided via Y stores and eight wholesale r
fourth-quarter score: a 10.7 I ..? h .v k1 units in operation, compared with I Pull to left or right?
win over Rose Bowl-bound Wash- ":" 599 retail stores and eight whole-
Gitfton, 17.13 triumph Orange : :'.:,':.", sale units this time last
a over I .. >. .. ..., year. then
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,: get our
Bowl-bound Nebraska (that : : .,' ?
gam's only blot) a 14-21 upsetlegs ; All of us have something we 0

to Maryland, a 10-14 loss to I SANTA CLAUS himself was a special guest at St. Michael's bazaar last Saturday even- can offer to aid our fellow man

Army and a 1714ictory over ing, and delighted the hearts of the youngsters who were all ready with their Christmas and make friends or create good
C Iorado.
.; The similarity in the two clubs lists. The Cake Walk, one of the highiights of the bazaar each year, is being heldon will nation for our community the world.,and the > .
stage in back of Santa and his of admirers. Photo T. H. throughout For Safety's Sake Let
tfas accented in their final games __ .n _._ ___n group by King sea .
with bitter rivals. North Caro- ---------
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lina HAD to beat Duke to get the 162 times for 801 yards and a I I1.9 receiver. I elated Press, Look Magazine and Air Force 14, Maryland 21

(Gator Bowl bid, and Air Force average and completed 68 of I Edge, who set his passing record Football News. Air Fodrce 34, Boston College 7 ree r '-
HAD to beat Colorado. 147 passes for 946 yards. as a junior, led the ACC in I Ken Willard, G-foot-2, 220, Air Force 10, Army 14 A 4drrl E

Carolina trailed Duke, 14.13, Isaacson missed the national i passing and total offense this pound junior halfback, led the Air Force 48, UCLA 21 Services An YAmerican ale 1. Balance ai
fpth less than three minutes to Air Force 34, New Mexico 8 r ruer
scoring championship by only year, compiling 1,163 passing in
ACC russhing, carrying 167
play but manuevered into position four points. He finished with 80 I yards and 1,413 yards of total times for 648 yards and a 3.9 av Air Force 17, Colorado 14 for Only Car Both Front Wheels 1
for a 42-yard field goal by points on 13 touchdowns and a offense. He connected on 89 of An all-conference choice, N. C. 11, Virginia 7 ,
erage.
jjpphomore halfback Max Chapman two-point 'conversion.Carolirta's I 170 throws and ran 74 times for he beat Duke All-America half N. C. 0, Michigan State 31

". with 33 seconds remaining offense is paced by 250 yards and a 3.4 average. back Jay Wilkinson for the rush N. C. 21, Wake Forest 0 rp
Air Force behind Colorado
Q-10 in the was fourth period when, the ACC passing, rushing, total- I Lacey caught 44 passes a year ing Clown in a face-to-face, last- N. C. 14, Maryland 7 Yw. ,44Eef., N k ..t... ,,.bc.t IE
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N. C. 31, N, C. State 10 wEt / .w I w.d ed + MP.
quarterback Terry Isaacson passed offense and pass-receiving cham- ago to set the ACC record, then game dual. Y ti ro 4
N. C. 7, S. Carolina 0
12 yards to a Falcon sophomore pions. caught 48 this year to break the The records: N. C. 28, Georgia 7 Nd '[ ,, "" Includes
Halfback, Paul Wargo, for the Junior Edge, 205-pound junior record. The new record is shared Air Force 10, Washington 7 N. C. 7, Clemson 11 rrw.Irlre Ir New
winning touchdown. quarterback, is the ACC's all- I, with Duke's Stan Crisson. Lacey's Air Force 69, Colorado State 0 N. C. 27, Miami 16 u I n ,,, ? WeightsI
: Isaacson, a 5-foot-10, 178-pound time leading passer, while Bob x'63 I catches were good for 533 I Air Force 0, Southern Methodist N. C. 16, Duke 14 Y >w
senior, led the Falcons with 1,747cards Lacey, 210-pound senior and, is yards. Lacey was named to the 10 Front End ,
of total offense. He ran the conference' all-time leading All-America first team by Asso- I Air Force 17, Nebraska 13 :
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\. 1;" '''''' '' .., of.'. ." i answer by organizing an inter- Front Wheel Bearings?
:, :: ( preter service. i S l r" ,JU O.
This month '. I
we are q .: "i ;.. w.N.L
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: many foreign visitors. Many r 1 ew 0 5O
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celebrating Ford'sRight ;:. <.d : : \ _M speak only their native languageand I '' "kw, Kt/YLr '
: problems are continually arising
II I where a capable interpreter 1 k4, A4wbY D !Mw W ,wi [ CK Y" n Seals
9.Jt i is sorely needed. i m All
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i lof a hospitalized Dutch boy who j tY CM. 4
Ford =
now we Dealers are r 1
;( I neither spoke nor understood Eng- Ln n :r Ff s e yw n. ... _w
completing our BIGGEST sales lish. Doctors, nurses, the police I
year in history and the '64 'and others needed answers to Sr Ice:

: Ford line is more popular than wi many questions if they were to : its Just say "CHARGE IT"
fS I give the boy proper aid and care.
ever. To celebrate we are offeringspecial Cr:3: : : '! I. What was his blood type, where Take months to pay t

"BIG YEAR" FALCON ,, : was the pain, was he allergic to I

BUYS on every new Falcon in : PT,tw ... ., ;;::}';; .IE penicillin, who and where were
"" his relatives, and so on?
stock. Come in today and let us }i' Ii
fjl'' i No doubt there were a number
? show you how you will SAVE MORE ."", .' :ft7:;. people in Tampa who could speak
.J. ,
with an all new '64 FALCON. ( .';" R. '!!< :1 Dutch fluently, but who were they
n.
-- \..; .!.' ',. :. r :i:',: ,',,;, .: .:',f";':.t ,,:\\':. .: .1! I and Mrs.where Hester were Bonaker they? chairman ,

'64 Falcon Futura Hardtop-one of 17 Falcons including 3 convertibles and 7 wagons. of the Zonta International Rela-j

< ;"' : \ .> '. .. tions program recognized the need n
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I clearinghouse that could list and I _Ji.
1 provide interpreters quickly, no

I. matter what the need. i.
An appeal was sent out and '
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j I 130 people responded and gladly 1"
offered their help when needed.

Among them were Afrikaans, u St

Chinese, Arabs, Frenchmen, Ger- ...., ... .. .. t '
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t a ,f t31 mans, Greeks, Hungarians, Kor- W r;.. :>': } r J j'
Chace of 5 drives!
Choice of 5
engines includes 164 hp V-8! :'/
eans, Norwegians, Russians,
Y Swedes Po.-tuguese and Span- _
iards. jEi! :

\ A clearinghouse was promptly .
set up. Persons with a working

b \ I knowledge of foreign languages L y
I were located, listed with names, _
phone numbers, addresses, and the __
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language or languages spokenwas
: recorded. (It was found that

c, _..,. ,c ....:.. '. ", ': ',:'.... some volunteers spoke several
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All new exterior styling* Tougher,stronger, deeper bumpers! Ap-new big-car> look luxury inside, too! Cost-cutting Falcon languages.) As news of the Zon

prices and economy! ta Club was circulated, others

volunteered.The W. L DU BOSE, MASTER MECHANIC IS AN EXPERT IN TUB) USE OF OUR

YOU CAN START SAVING TODAY WITH ONE OF OUR, carefully information recorded gathered was made and MODERN AND EFFICIENT TESTING EQUIPMENT

available to the police, hospitals,
4 Ii; I Coast Guard airlines, Red Cross, -
I Travelers Aid, the Chamber of -L ffrtfont NEW TREADSAPPLIED
Commerce and other agenciesmost
likely to encounter such a ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES

IM Falcon Buys! language Since the problem.service was inaugur- \ WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE.

ated countless problems were Narrow or Wide Design, #..
helped both minor and
promptly
j Tubeless or Tube-type
Take a good look at Falcon's clean, crisp lines. That's the tip-off that Come in and test-drive major in character, ranging froma 4 for

Falcon is all new for 1964. Slide behind the wheel and feel new comfort hospitalized Greek's sudden
stomach ache to a businessman's Our New Trend, identified by Medallion end shop nark vt
new convenience. Then take the car out on the road and relax all-new Falcon V-8 or 6 dilemma with European machinery GUARANTEED 4 9

with the plushest ride ever built into a compact. Yes, this Falcon is all arriving with German assem- Anhut defect fa workiuuUp u4 auUrkl darinj lift of tnaj.
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1. Aziiiut normal red huinU (except reptinbte puctora) ace& >
new but the economy. and that's traditional. Try it! See for yourself. Total Performance bly instructions.The tend 2a mrydir puucrcr ar me for It a>oatJv.
unique Zonta Interpreters BcpluemebU U tint of adjutant fronted oa tread war ud bated oa list prictt curat
Service fills a real need ands i*

lG_.' BUYS IN FAMES SUPER TORQUE FORDS, TOO, FD.A.F AT for.tional fine There program a person-to-person is nothing as one more could interna-piti-ask FREE CAR u. 7Df SAFETYPlus: :tax i and E1 4 trade-In,Kf.tires:


I ful than a stranger in a strange
land who suddenly meets with an
I accident or becomes involved with
LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANY the police usually from a misun-
I derstanding of our laws and cus-
I toms and finds himself unable to 1= BEACH SUPPLY

South 8th Street Your--Ford_Dealer-_ I-.0.--Since_1910- Phone 261-3819 1 I communicate.So successful. and helpful has

the Zonta Club project proven

See Us This Weekend, For A Good Used Car Traded ,In On A New Ford that Zonta Clubs have and asked other for full organizations 118 Atlantic Avenue Phone 2614482

information: and are setting up
-- eimilar services in other cities.
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