Fernandina Beach news-leader
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Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: December 19, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024610
oclc - 33142109
notis - AFA6512
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System ID: UF00079912:00051
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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\ / ad/rn' .. $ ""v .'''City No Parking in Yule Tickets Spirit; Director Of Civil Defense '1

ti" J { 'I 'Throughout HolidaysThe

1. 11. city has given notice that l .

i they're also in the Yule Spirit

by siring the parking. meters a Withdraws His
; holiday. Resignation
;' City Manager David Gatchel

... says that in place of the usual
I said recently that I had mis- j- downtrwn tickets for shoppers overtime will parkin instead, In a letter to the County Commissioners Preston's action came on the of the Director of Civil Defense

givings about an agency outside yesterday, Col. Walter date he said he would give his be permitted to
receive! spend $200
the county handling the sale of a cheery greeting from '!'J. Preston Jr. per
the police department.The .. formally with- answer to a motion made by the month for surplus supplies at
Christmas seals. The misgivings drew his resignation from the directorship
County Commission
last week
I free parking will continue Blanding and that Col.
were based primarily on the fact \ .1' of the Office of Civil their regular monthly session. The Preston withdraw

that no publicity had been forthcoming i '. < throughout the holiday season. Defense for Nassau County. motion stipulated that the OfficeSanta's he submitted in November.The a resignation.

and that I did not know -- ._ _-

how the donations would be used. ,@. ". ... resignation, dated Nov. 14, 'I
: : Funeral
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I was not long in hearing from a \ .1" '. Bryant came after the November 13 '
..&in.. ..: :.},; meeting of the Commission
: ,
representative of the new multi- ;"f;': ... : In Town I Iwas
county agency. It was cleared up li :Sunday; BurialIn which time Preston was scoied

# that, being a new agency, things L : .. for unauthorized spending.

were running behind schedule. In Preston's rNtpa t ion was

I view of the end result of aiding Waycross Ga.I I BY LINDA CRAFT Friday afternoon at 2, Santa strongly worded and said in effect -

I in the fight against tuberculosisI I! Armed with candy and gum : will pay a visit to the elementary that he could not and would

I herewith offer every assistance I Funeral for James Everette and surrounded by the music of school and talk with the children not continue as CD director under

r to the campaign. However, I will : k zt. ; :< t Bryant, 33, was held Sunday at 1 familiar Christmas carols, Santa i there. the restrictions imposed.
,; reserve complete approval for .. n.m. at the First Baptist Church, : Claus greets children each day l At 6 p.m. each day Santa goes ; He inferred also that he was"hamstrung"

I later years until I see how the I with Rev. James T. Dunnam, : from 2-7 p.m. in his downtown : to the different stores looking I/, in buying suppliesas

proceeds are handled and how pastor, officiating. headquarters. 'for; special presents and children they became available at surplus -

Nassau fares under the new set.I Iup. I Burial was in Oakland Cemetery Though the music and candy to see. He will continue this sched- headquarters at Camp Bland.

I I at Waycross Ga., where help, said Santa, the real atten- ule every day until 7 p.m. Christmas ing if he had to receive prior authorization -

of, graveside service was conductedv tion.getters are still the tempting I' eve when he says that he from the Commission.The .

Next week's Christmas greeting 1' BOB TARPLEY was renamed president of the Chem Cell Club at a dinner meeting Rev. W. H. Salter, Jr., pastorof white beard and bright red suit. will have to take, "one of thos" Commission, in turn, had

; issue will carry all the letters last week at the Junior High School Cafetorium. Others named as officers and directors the Crawford Street Baptist Santa's helper will be on hand jets which goes faster than pointed out that their policy has

to Santa Claus time and there's still for the coming year were: Tom Michaels, vice president; Theresa Haddock, 1 Church of Waycross.Mr. each day from. 5 to 6 p.m. to take,5X7" I II sound," to get back to the North' been to permit no purchases- by
just enough left to beat the
deadline. Youngsters! who get secretary; Don Brown, treasurer; and Directors Lawrence Shank, Jake Bunch, Ken Bryant died December 13 :I, photos of Santa and the Pole in time to meet his reindeer.. any county agency unless it had
at Memorial children.
Humphreys and
Hospital, full of
Mills and Sherman Matthews. Back left to right Shank, Michaels, Tarpley toys. prior approval. They said theyare
their letters off by Saturday neth row, :
Santa said
I \ following a short illness. that he was per Santa Claus said, "I just love governed by law in this mat-
morning will still be able to get Bunch and Brown. Front row, left to right, Mills, Mrs. Haddock and Matthews. He was a member of the Walk- suaded to make Fernandina Beach i to make children happy!" lie'I ter.

their word to Santa, who urges The Chem Cell Club's membership is made up of Rayonier Incorporated personnel. erville Baptist Chuch of Black- : his headquarters by members of then wished (
everyone even
(r. that all use their Zip code, 32034, Pn.to by Tom Davis :i However, at last week's meeting -
shear, Ga. He served in the arm- Merchant's Association. adults) a Merry Christmas.
on their return address. This, he .. ., they .agreed to adopt a new
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says, will enable Mr. Zip to help Post Office and ,was a member of the American policy where Preston s office U
him find faster. It will also I City, j concerned and to permit the expenditure

I help the News-Leader you to receive Buy Christmas Seals County Announce Mr.Legion.Bryant was employed byj j,|1 Edward M. Rogers ; Chamber Discusses of $!OO each month at

their in the director's discretion, and
time f
copies to beat the urg-
Food Fair since 1956 and
g deadline. II Christmas Closing was Funeral Paid, ed Preston to reconsider his re-
1 Millions of Christmas Seals are These Christmas Seals made ,! manager of the Fernandina Beach"store : Friday MembershipsAt signation.

their maiden of to The Nassau County Court t since 1960.
I in the mail! journey hope I Commissioner
Harry Poole
\ Church Passing few St. Peter's Episcopal j They are born on letters of i your mailbox and to those of your : House will be closed all day He is survived by his widow, ;At First Baptist Meet Monday made 1 the motion stated above and
a days the
ago on Christmas Day, December 24 and Mrs. Betty Murray Bryant two
i business transaction and friendly i! neighbors bearing the fate of ; : 'Commissioner John Higginbotham
I Eighth Street side I noticed a j I exchange, colorful testimony that thousands who have been stricken ; 25, resuming regular hours on daughters, Patricia Ann Bryant :i ; ;, and Herb McKendree voted
number of concrete building ; Edward Myers Rogers, 78, was i A discussion aye.
December 26. I and Sandra Gail Bryant all of on membership!
i; people ale concerned about the with TB or one of the other respiratory -! ; I ; Chairman Jim Thomas voted
I blocks. Inquiring around a bit I i|' Fernandina Beach his j buried in Bosque Bello Cemetery consumed most of the meeting no
diseases such Em- : ; parents,
great lung crippler, tuberculosis. as : City of Fernandina Beach of-
and W.
i N.
found that plans are in process I) -- -- _. .j"I phasema that threaten the health I[I fices will close at noon on December Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bryant of : last Friday, following funeral Monday as the directors of the I Galphin abstained.
for a new educational building. 't of our nation ... of your own 24 and be closed all day I Waycross, Ga.; and a brother, service at 3 p.m. at the First Fernandina Beach Chamber of on page six)
The cost is estimated at around Ronald E. Bryant of Waycross.I I i Baptist Church. The Rev. JamesT. Commerce met in regular monthly
five Sentenced I family. I Christmas. Jim Beard, Directorof I
$25,000. I Dunnam, pastor, officiated.Mr. 1 session.
., Active pallbearers were, Clarence i ,
Public Works, reminds resi- i
"Tuberculosis, is highly contag-t[ i Candlelight Service
'tf, I Taylor, Clayton Tippins, ;: Rogers died at his home on Most of the discussion *
dents that was
ious and is on the increase despite regular Wednesday refuse -
I It has been Vorijectured that 1n Circuit Court i modern advances in medicine," i, pickups will be made on Virgil Weatherington, Eddie Mc-I December 11. nredicated on whether dues should :I II I

t the motorist who drove off the i warned Mrs. Hilda Lavery, 1963 I Tuesday, December 24. Kendree, Marvin Connelly and I He was born at Chester and I I I be paid in advance In the future. :'| Christmas Eve Set
3 ramp at the city docks into about Christmas' Seal Ken Ward. 'I had lived in River Junction and,'Attention was called to the fact !
Campaign Chair-, The Post Office will remain
\\1 J Graessiethe
28 to 30 feet of water must, have I By JuDge i man for/Nassau county. "It seems open all day Saturday, December (Continued on Page Six) Savannah, Ga. before moving to'!'that many are in arrears for not :' By Lutheran Church
Fernandina 1
the Beach twelve i this !
recent only bu
seen publicity years
on a year years past.
the. that gives us 21, and.. will be all day
tame progress j open
,t I.,' 1H"olsd .;bttdge v'.. ThT'.r i,, '.five tAwP..d Jll ago. H w/s retired from the Sea.I j A motion made John I i
: r V'ytfOl, ah 'eventual.JB-.core hast Chiisth1 \ W ,IL.. I.t _nip Makes was by
: Ga., and figured possi b1il1e"1fadl. "Albert Graessie in assault art,; g -es rapid transportation andf!' stmaster announced 4" this week Teamwork -|I Joard.Air Line Railroad where he I Tester that' 'l\e dues be put on a Members awl Jriends: of the

,7' found the access route 'to such a arson cases last Thursday, only larger population groups that enI that all mail will be delivered was;aangmeer'for 27 years. I: strict pay in. advance basis Prince of Pea<*4Sbtheran Church <1-

:I short route to Georgia. I hope,, one will serve time. in the state courage the spread of this dread*Christmas Eve, where possible. JC "Toys For T Tots" He was a member of the First.after: considerable pros and but'l'1 will usher in the Christmas'Tnorn-
that in the not too distant future I Baptist Church of this Hei i iI ing with service
1 I prison.t I malady. it 'f l Postal employees are working } r ty. .l were voiced it failed to a ,candlelight. at
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he will find the bridge a reality The five cases were heard in j "Tubercul s associations have 1( overtime to deliver each daysmail a member of the Brotherhood President Reed Lewellen nameda U p.m. Christmas Eve. .

I and a much dryer route. the first fall term of Circuit had to keep pace with this pro-. as it arrives.Annual Drive Big Success"As j i B< and a member of the ,, committee of Tester, chairman,I. The celebration of the birthdayof
'* if .; Court in November with I I Woodmen of the World. Dan Jesus Christ will
sentences -I'gress, too. Mrs. Lavery pointedout. I Daugherty and Louis Ferreira begin at
Are you interested in boys? If held up by Judge Graessle "We have an example of it the '63 drive draws to a i He is survived by his widow, I to study the matter and 10:30 p.m. as the brass ensemble

so, there's a rich and rewarding pending pre.sentence investiga- here in our community that is a SPEBSQSA close, the Jaycees wish to thank Mrs. Dolly Higginbotham Rogers; bring a proposal to the next regular of the high school band plays the

i,. outlet for your spare time await tions. definite step forward in our fight the: following organizations for a son, W. E. Rogers of Arlington, ( meeting. I traditional carols outside the

ing you. Troop 89 of the local Sentenced to a six-month to i against TB but it seems to be Christmas their special help with the annual Va.; a granddaughter, Reba Lee In other business, Chamber Director I Recreation Center where the ser

!II l' :Boy Scouts needs a scoutmaster. two-year term for aggravated as- I confusing for some. I Caroling "Toys for Tots" campaign," said Rogers; and a grandson, W. E. John Keirsey gave a reporton vice will be held. The heir, composed -

Granted you will be stepping into sault was Willie James Speed, (Continued on Page Six) committee chairman, John Wil-, Rogers, Jr.Pallbearers. I his activities of the past month. I of the members and other

( some mighty big shoes, those of 30-year-old Negro. He was found Set Monday NightThe sher, "Key Club, Little Women's were L C. Sapp, -1 He noted that he had visited I invited participants, will render

Ralph Wood. Ralph was with the guilty during the court session of Club, Good Samaritains of the Paul Sapp, Wilton Davis, J. War- the Thiokol Corp., near Kings- special music during the worship

troop for about 20 years and certainly stabbing Samuel Mercer, another Sunday Deadline Elm Street Recreation Center, ren Jackson, Raymond Haddock, land, Ga., with the thought inj I j i service.
is deserving of a rest. Fernandina Beach Negro duringan Golden Isle Chorus of the and the personnel of the State R. H. Jones and J. W. Cox. mind of attracting personnel ofj I I Each worshipper will be given

Who'll step forward? There'll be argument in a bar last April. I, local chapter of S.P.E.B.S.Q.S.A. Road Prison Camp at Callahan." Oxley Mortuary was in charge that firm to this city as residents. his own candle upon arrival ft :

I 11 no monetary gain but you'll store Put on six months probationwas For Entries In ,: and their wives will serenade the i He also expressed gratitude to :I!lof arrangements. He said that he also visited the I the service and in candelabra wIll f

a wealth of memories to warm James B. Shuman, 33, who 's lut.ins at the Humphreys Memorial the community for the fine way! U. S. 17 Welcome Station and light the entire church.

I IJ' you in later years. To repeat an was tried also for assault. His "Christmas Hospital Monday night individual citizens took an inter-j i Motorist Takes checked on Fernandina Beach I The Christmas meditation, to be

.c old cliche, "no man stands taller defense had said that he slashed Magic"'I' during their annual Christmas est in the drive.According Dip \: brochures there, and checked on presented by Pastor Himimlman, I 1

than when he stoops. to help a Kenneth Blackwelder with I Carol Sing. It will be the third to Wilsher the I the Chamber's road signs on that I is entitled "Take Him Out of the
: I Sunday will be the last for' stop on their planned route.
boy. knife in self defense during an : day last pick-up of toys to be used I In Local Harbor i! hihway. Manger."
'i entering the "Christmas Magic"'lighting The plans to meet at the
I altercation in June. group : this Christmas will take place > Keirsey told of a proposed fish- I The community is invited.. to
Stumped for that last minute contest sponsored by the Recreation Center at 6:30 p.m. Sunday afternoon at the Prison I ing and tourist pamphlet and of this
I! gift You'll still find a wide The other assault cases involved::''Florida: Public Utilities Co. and and leave about 7 p.m. Two trucksare Camp in Callahan. Other contri- A motorist, evidently mistaking :! placing Chamber advertising in I 11 special. service, ChristmasEve .. .
Esther Mae Green and Della Mae p.m.Christmas
selection right here at home and the Magnolia Garden Club. Entries : scheduled to carry them butions will be welcomed by the a wooden ramp at the city docks > Atlanta papers. He said also that

at popular prices too. Store hourshave Nelson, Nassau County Negroes. i] are set to be judged begin- around the town. Jaycees after this day and stored I( for a thoroughfare, suddenly : ads have been placed in two North I
I Both were placed on two-year I found himself and his i
ning Monday the 23rd and con- car sinking
been extended, also, for Their first stop will be han for next year.Preparations. Carolina papers urging those attending Concert
1! probation. j tinuing throughout Christmas into a 28 to 30 feet of of water
shopping convenience. are now being I 1 the Gator Boowl to .
From will game
S your James Dunham, Fernandina I Circle. there they pro II I 'ast Friday j
r week. j made for the distribution of all I! night. i(!stop in rernandma Beach. .
s *
I Congrats to the Jaycees for Beach Negro, was placed on probation |:i Entrants are asked to have I' ceed to Egans Meadow and then these toys to needy children in I Witnesses said that George E. : At the conclusion of his report,I Set Tonight By
for He had been
;i their recent contribution to pointing found one year. their decorations completed and t t on to the hospital "the Fernandina Beach Area on or Schalitzky drove up to the city Keirsey also noted that the Hertz

4, up the increased need for guilty of arson of a dwell lighted for Christmas week and Several other stops are plannedon by Christmas eve. docks and stopped and then pro- :I: Rental Agency is negotiating 'F.B.H.S. ChorusThe

I auto safety today. Both the seat ing. the judging. Entries may be made r the south side of Atlantic ceeded up onto the docks anddown' i I with a local filling station for an

belt sale and the car safety by filling out an entry blank Avenue before the final singingof the ramp, normally used by i, agency here to rent automobiles.

j checks were rated real successes. Christmas Greetings (printed elsewhere in this edition carols on the steps of the Post Santa To Visit the mail and" passenger packet !I Fernandina Beach High

Traffic safety is sure to become Feature of ) and either leaving it at the Office at 8 p.m. While the Bar- "Dungeness, between the local School Chorus will preent its

more and more a problemas Early Florida Public Utilities Co., or bershoppers harmonize in their! Children At JC's harbor and Cumberland Island. -! Theobald TalksTo annual Christmas concert tonightat

evidenced by recent figures. Issue December 23 calling it in to Mrs. R. M. White, familiar style the chorus extendsan Schalitzky managed to get out the high school auditorium at

I It is predicted that about 4.2 251-3727. invitation to everyone to joinin of the car before it sank to the Club 7:45 p.m. under the direction of

I million babies will be added to The next issue of the News i The beautiful effects of the with them as they sing the Christmas Party bottom and was rescued in a half- Rotary Mrs. Frank Arnold.

I this nation's population this year. Leader will be the Christmas lighting contest can already be joyous Christmas carols. I II drowned state. The chorus will present a Dumber .

Consider next that 7.3 million Greeting editir.n, to be published seen, particularly at night, Dr. W. L Flech of Waycross, ;( On Paperboard of traditional Christmas car-

1963 model cars were produced. .i en December 23. throughout Amelia Island. In the I I Christmas Devotions The Jaycees extend a cordial ; Ga., happened upon the scene and :i ols. Handel's "1IeeJah"11 be
I welcome to all children to attend administered artificial respiration
That ratio, plus the many outmoded : If the News Leader's advertising business section of Fernandina ,I Ii IiI BY sung as the climax of the pro.
I the Children's Christmas until Fireman Bill arriv- PAUL WARWICK
Party. Dopson
Ii highways and streets in' salesman fails to call, Beach, several shop windows hold ; At St. Michael'sA gram.
The party will be held in the vic- ed with a resuscitator.
this just won't add to I to reserve a Greeting for you, entries in the Enchanted Window I : Monumental
country statistics
It the There will be
up on admission
of the Welcome Station :: Skin m
I inity I on divers of Sheriff H. I
triduum of
personal or business, please category of the contest. I spiritual exercises J'I\
decrease in the toll con
deplorable paperboard
a in
industry its charged for the
national perffrrmaaee but
will be Atlantic Avenue. Youngblood's Water Safety Patrol 1 ,
I of lives lost in traffic accidents. I tact the News-Leader office to (Continued on page two) conducted by the J aspects well its
as donations will
as be
growing -, accepted.
1 And if don't think the place jour order. The office will I Reverend Father John Zeller, The festivities will begin at 3 ,: were summoned by Deputy John I
long significance
you I }be this weekend for the C.PPS. for the Holy Name o'clock, Monday, December 23. i Bodine ;nd they located the car in Florida, were The public is cordially invitedto
open '
weekends related
holiday account for their to the local
,, convenience of Weisner Reviews ty of St. Michael's Parish Santa will be there with candy and attached cables but wreckerswere i Rotary attend.
share of the traffic deaths wait patrons. socie-I yesterday by Del Theobald,
I gen
Michael's Church fruit and toys for everyone. unable to budge the car from !
Each ,
until 1965. There'll be six of the year more and more local eral of the Fernandinacontainer
December Music will be presented by a the mud on the bottom of the manager i Mrs. J. Lee
I three-day contributions to slaughter merchants with an unusually School Situation through 24th in preparation i division of Container. Crawlev,
from the Fernandina Beach harbor U --
on the highways. large number of customers and for the Feast Of The group I Corporation of America. I
'* '* friends are using this methodof Nativity on Christmas Day. High School Band. Girl Scouts I A dragline, belonarine to County I Introduced by Rotarian Bob Dies In WaycrossMrs.
from Troop 108 and Troop 251 Commissioner Herb McKendree, I J. Lee
Although Sheriff H. J. Youngblood's sending greetings and best : For Kiwanians Schedule of devotions for Phinney, bead of CCA's mill division Crawley, 90, passed
will add to the Yuletide and the
into surface
spirit by was pressed December 15
wishes. away at Wayems
Water Safety Patrol is .Christmas!, The Feast of the Na here, Theobald also demonstrated I.1 ,
singing Christmas carols.Don't (Continued on page six)
still relatively young, it has 'received I BY TOMMY HALL tivi ty. miss it. several new products of I i Ga.She will be
considerable favorable Christmas Dance Set Christmas carols will be sung I his company to the club members :: by
JOhn T. Weisner, Superintendent I many here,
comment in boating circles by the choit at 11:30 p.m. on News-Leader To and, assisted by Areld Sether, I havisg visited frequently -
throughout the state and in the For Teens Friday I of Public Instruction, was the Christmas eve. The Mid-Night Festival Eucharist Publish For safety engineer of the company, .: with her son and bit
principal speaker'kte Kiwanis Early family, Mr. and
I Mrs. E. H. Craw-
Department of Salt Water Con. At Rec. : mass will be a Missa Cantata. Set Christmas Eve I showed a color sound film of one
Night CenterA meeting on Mond '4an was introduced ley, at their home on South Fletcher

servation. The esteem in whichit 1 Loanie1\ I Mass on Christmas Day will be j Christmas Edition I of the products in actual use. i j

is! held is evidenced today with II Christmas dance, open to all wotth, by chairman.Vsner Hollings-. at St. Michael's Church at 11:20 \At St. Peter's Church Theobald said the total nation- j: Ave.
; program
the visit of one of Youngblood'sdeputies is to be held 1 a.m. i!I The News Leader's next edition al industry of which his outfit is :
teenagers \\
Friday the
gave a iepo'rt on The ] Eucharist be
Holy will
to Key West. Deputy the Christmas issue will be a part is now manufacturing annually Fernandina Beach
I evening from 8 to 11 p.m. in the educational situation in Nassau celebrated at St. Peter's t

John Bodine is being flown to I Recreation Center auditorium.The ;: County pointing out that all : Schools To Close Church Christmas Episcopal published on Monday 7 December ,some 125 billion... __ ..square._....., ,I Weather ,
Key West by. the Salt Water I eve. 23. There will be no regular i loot..' V"I ..npyt1..t.v..eo...".. b..........". ''ruuUJU.1. I I -
I Young Churchmen of StPeter's Nassau County Schools are now i service will start at 11 with U. S. Approved I
For Annual p.m. Thursday edition. to cover 3,000,000 II Weather SUtfea
Conservation plane to assist the | Friday acres or approximately !
Episcopal Church are fully accredited. t I carol singing by the choir and To South 7th At Ume Street ,
sheriff of Monroe County in set the I'i meet an early deadline. the 5,000 square miles. |I Lewis Nolan Cooperative OfcfeverV ,
sponsoring dance. Said Weisner "Our schools are Christmas .
; ting up a patrol patterned after HolidaysSchools congregation, followed by the management requests that all The speaker also told of the I I la& Mfc. Rain I
that initiated by Youngblood here. Spinning the records: for the ,. representing what the people of i I I consecration with communion be- : pictures for this edition be in mounting use of paper container ',iThur. Dec. 12 72 .41'
dance will be Jim Colley, WPAP Nassau County want. Schools ; of Nassau i
are will
County ing offered at mid-night The I the 'office m later than 5 p.m. in Florida, especially in the cit. Fri Dec. 13, 67 tt 135
It's been said that when announcer. undergoing tremendous changes,,:i: close after Friday for the annual I Rev. James D. Ellisor, rector, Friday December;20. rue concentrate industry and in '. Sat., Dec. 14 76 53 .15
Refreshments will be furnished such as economic changes transportation | Christmas holidays, it was announced -' will be the celebrant t Sun.
put out to sea, he knew I'i Christmas greetings ads, and : shipment of agricultural products D< not where he was going. When and door prizes given away. Ad. to" centralized schools, I>I by Superintendent of The Eucharist will again be I classifieds may b> placed until .- fresh fruits and vegetables in ]. Moa. Dec. 16 49 8aTttes. 0
mission is set at 50c stag and integration. I Public Instruction John Weisner. j,celebrated on Christmas day at 5 Saturday. News items ., Dee. 17 52 42
p.m. particular. He laid 0
.there he didn't 1 special stress
be got ,. know I 75e draff The dress will be school "Practically all text books (in Weisner said that classes will
Continued c P4jt Six J 9:30: a.m. and on Thursday, St.j socials and personals will be accepted I on paperboard's growing import-j: Wei, Dec. 18 61 37 0
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:: A John K. Perry Newspaper I The' i (E ter's Note: Mr* Elizabeth i ii retarned home with candles still establishments; every shop', no !'

I ft : i I1r i i Crutchfield, daughter cf Mrs. 1 burning.:. ; matter how small, has at least
Bar. OldweU, Editor ant! MnairrNATIONAL NotionCounterBY iI I : Faith Pearson of this city, is curItently I I On the night before, the children !-I S

I 'I jI had their shoes one.The Advent calendarsvh5ca
placed outside
Sr.i 2 .i S i in W isba a O, .4C EDITORIAL! PAUL WARWICK with her husband, Major John their door and awoke the have recently bewne popular in

..... o' I Crutchfield, and famly. I. was next morning to find them filled the United States are an old custom -

.'., :' A lot of "he-blooded red men," j irirleged! to read some of her with candy, fruit and nuts, |it in Germany. Actually. the

C'J O i as Ring Lardn r usfd to call letters home and found them so they'd been good, or switches, if calendar i is a picture into which '.

I them, insist, Hnete is something '!I nteVesting I prevailed on her to.i they'd been bad. Compliments tuenty-four small flaps haverj>een

: ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION [sissy about Ring cats, although, j'(contribute similar pews letters to good St. Nick! inserted. These flaps (or .windows .

.' ... Published every Thursday and entered at the Post Office [they admit it is manly and muSe I 1 the News. euder.f{ hope the Jet- ,. St. NicUaus Day falls within S wfensternf as the Germans
Fernandina Beach. Florida. as second class mail matter. '
cular the Church season of Advent call them) are opened each .day
I b Subscription Rates to demonstrate a loud devotion I (ters prove as interesting to our

t ". S4 8 year $2.25 6 montha $1.25: 3 Months to dogs. I can't pro along readers ar thLfr-eit: to me) I' which w observed by all!! Germans. from the beginning of Advent
with that 4 K? *" 'On I the Saturday before Advent until Christmas. Beneath each
$450 a year out of county theory. I still like cats, I When we nrst arrived in 0 kr.
; -- -- in spite of my geneial! admirationand I rc* # k, ,. begins, the store are jammed flap is the picture of a toy. or
\ affection for dogs, cf which ,,, many we lived haxi apartment' with people. They all wait until something'else a child might! 'wish

;:Nassau 4-H Youth November Fires I we have had quite a passel in our I : located on the one: of of the Main principal This the last minute to buy their Ad- for Chnstjpas but the picture for
I lifetime. in rent wreaths then they push and the 6th of, December is always a
Damage Property f ideal for the girls and be.
me shove to get close enough to the bishop, denoting St. Nicklaus Day.It .
point is, however, that
Honored At Annual Valued At $74,000The I wife and I own and cherish my a t I;i ind anse watch we -could the goings-on.stand ft a window; counter to make their choice may appear overly commercial -

in the States. The wreathsare two gift-giving,
male cat who to Just aa having occasions -
seems agree i On the 6th of December last
Fernandina Beach fire de. I where I disagiee. not wrapped nor placed in a such as St. Nicklaus Day
I didn't notice anything II II i
Achievement Night nartment received 7 alarms during -lOur I we paper bag so they are carried aid: Christmas in one month,
eat thinks he IS a dog. He 1nu3ual during tM day bat fate
the month of November. carefully. It becomes quite however the
Five tery major, more expensive -
i hates other cats. Just let another I in the afternoon we heard chili
:Nassau County 4.1{ Club mem. fires were in buildings, one in I cat slink into I rushed to the a challenge to get the purchase gifts are reserved for Christmas .
singing so we
our premises out
:"Ears were honored and the 19G3 brush, and one in a vehicle. on home in one piece if they have to when the Christ Child,
Fletcher Avenue and Looking out we saw
project winners received awards :1 The estimated fire loss in the j our cat board a crowded bus! t i"ChristkindT' } comes. Althgh
raises particular cain. If t appeared: to be a ,convention
I a strange : Advent wreaths as used in. there is, of.necessity a certain I-
Thursday night, December 12, i city was $31,000 on a total property dog shows up, on the other hand, lightning bugs: the sidewalks
7:30 at the Callahan High I value of $74,000. Germany, may be4 as small as six amount of commercialism, each
p.m. he goes out of his way to welcome !. filled with children carrying'
I inches in diameter or as large holiday is marked with reverence
..School auditorium. I An average of 13 firemen at- the dog in all friendliness, I A SCENE FROM THE MOVIE "IRMA I lanterns containing lighted as
thirty-sis inches, bat! they all It is a reel joy for us to be -able
,The annual 4.H Club Achievement -; tended each fire. Fires were caused often much to the latter's surprise -i ring Jack Lemmon and Shirley! :\ We watched these boys have four red randies and red to see at first hand the observance -

Program recognizes the ; by, defective heaters electrical lj j and apparent disgust S be shown at the Han Theatre I girls as they carried their ribbon threaded .throughout the of these lovely old customs
outstanding 4.11 Club boys and appliances and motors, lamps,] !" lanterns toward the cen
Our cat, which we acquired in --- --------- --
? greenery. They are used not only. and, later on, we may adapt some
d. pjrls j each year and gives the j stoves and open lights, careless s his tender kittenhood (if he ever ? of town. Some of the children in the homes but also in business' of them to our own use.STuMPE'D .
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parents, leaders and public an op. i I burning of brush automobiles.I' WAS tender) is about nine year : ., too small to walk and. were --- ---- -- _. ..- ..- -- -- -. -- -
rirtunity to evaluate the1.11! 'and trucks, plus two fires of un I. old. We've loved him and in their mothers' arms or

program. 'specified origin. I Ii him all that time, as he pampered has- ii in a stroller but each had C 1 a a a\aa\ k\1 1 1 I !\1

.The boys and girls are from i i In controling these fires 70 feet I loved ani pampered us, thereby This was not a parade, .

J Milliard! Callahan, Yulee and 1 of booster hose was used, 1250)! disproving all the old saws abouta I was no definite order of 1'3

r i '--Fernandina Beach. i feet of 2;; inch hose from fire cat knowing no love for hUe II the children were simply

Girls receiving awards included:, hydrants, 60 feet of ladders, 8 iimans:| at all. Ii I i 1 Garden to the cathedral ;; ? @
I have since learned that this
tPatrida* Hteginbotham for Achierement trucks, and the fire axe was employed i My\ wife calls him Chuckie -
of the St. Nicklaus Day
BY JANE part
three times. E
Tison Beef although he answers too, ,
; Kathy Cat. I me children "
tTfj.Kath7 Hendrkks and Betty I when I simply say, "Here, Cat," a special in Mainz.service The in the ,| For Christmas Gift |

Bowen in Home Beautification; i or simply ask him how the Cat Now is the time when our overnight.

Cynthia: Wells, Vivian Bowers, '! Delvin Higginbotham and Jimmy :, Department of our household is North European heritage prompts I that the I commemorating and receive the St.bishop's Nick- kk"'I ''ij
Jajiie Stouffer in Child Care ; Boyd in Dairy; Harold Frederick i, getting along today 1 ly bracts } ,
\ ;' us to go out and gather ever S the Bishop I
and Tommy Mercer Electric i was actually Suggestions '
f J.yce Goodbread, Mary Sue BeaU!, Hendricks, Field ; I Chuckie came down to Fernan-i I greens for our homes as appro- I significant Mrra noted for his generosity ; |
Stisan Petree and Elizabeth Dau. Tony Crops; dina Beach with us when we I] priate adornment for the festive i the! logic the service they .
children. After '
\ Eddie Conner and Richard Conner '
t pherty in Clothing; Marnelle moved here from New York. He i| season. No artificial decorations if they -- .| 25
I Forestry Danny Stokes, Alan .
Jones, Dairy; Phyllis Holmes, ; I was a perfect gentleman; he jive: the same feeling of whole- ; The .t'
"Jfary( Jane Putman, Ebtelle Rowe Pope, Dong Tew and Gary Gru- |i all the despite hearted friendliness and [ to for sw GIVE THE GIFT THAT |
J j never whimpered way, -I( gayety I j i | .
Garden Junior
nig David Stokes and Lights
j High
t, and Paula Stratton in Foods and ; I[ the fact we had to keep I that the evergreens do. How ever, i, tion; the I J 1
Johnny Page in Leadership Stephen 1
Nutrition; La wanna Haddock, ; -i{ him cooped up for hours in one of with the increasing population i warm KEEPS ON GIVING .
f Jones and Wildes |
"Hpalth; Lyn Quarrier, Rebecca : Stephen those carrier contraptions they I anil clearing of land these evergreens : then split i I BY CAROLYN BREEDEN ; S

Moore, Home Improvement; Mavif !' Safety; Steven Hurst, Swine; I make for animals while we motored -i, are becoming hard to( obtain : curled: V A SUBSCRIPTION'! TOTHE : %

Crapps, Public Speaking;" Anne Danny Stokes, Public Speaking; I to Pennsylvania Station and moderation is the key. I sections II III I The Library Club party was ; |:
Terry Smith and Rex
Prator, Recreation Cathy 1 Conner from Mr.. Kiseo, where we lived j note in gathering them. The feel- I individual last Friday night and

Johnson and Jane Goodbread inS Horses. I in Westchester County, and while lag that there can be no harm in I I a bobby II new date has not been set tj: NEWS-LEADER '

I Tety. The 4.11 Club program is jointly we waited around for the train I cutting down one little tree on i it can be I The Sab-Teer *

-Boys receiving awards: David| I sponsored by the Agricultural I1 I| south. somebody eise's property has no I ( will not ,

'Smokes for Achievement; Johnny Extension., Service of the Univer-1! In the drawing room on the '; place in our 1933 world. We live ; j Ensign a Christ _ I Only $4.00 A Year |

Page, Boys Agriculture; Johnny : sit)' of Florida and the NassauCounty i j train, we let him out of his portable :, in a community where pine trees : Dance his OUTSIDE COUNTY' >
'StHdomridse and Johnny Page for Commissioners, and directed prison. He stretched himself' are planted with a purpose by ,)tin but wiJonUnue $4.50 ..gj

""Home Beautification; Tony Hen- by Mrs. Mary Frances a couple of times and then made I property owners. The supply of the i I I.- ,

.Aicks, Billy! Flynn, and Gil Quar- j Harrison, Home Demonstration himself at home. He took over I I cedar trees on Amelia Island is e e tings i ,' |

"tkf for Beef Cattle; Johnny Page, : Agent, and County Agent GordonEllis. his sandbox in the tiny bathroom I becoming more scarce each year. 1! Jack< ( I hout t h ( .jg A CHRISTMAS GIFT CARD f

t Citizenship; Don Higginbotham, : like he had never known any : All native hollies are protectedby 1 Navy 1 '\ 0I ..
.r'-- --- ---- ---- -.- --I II otner., ''-- Florida's conservation law. ; 1 III, son ;, The Patrol he* :( a especial WILL HERALD THE ARRIVAL "lg:
I k\1 R1a1! \ \\ a\\ 1 I In Mt. Kisco, Chuckie had I Certainly a property owner val- : {S. Alan! meetMonday ,' /. :.'. ,:". k'I K OF THE FORTHCOMING:\ ISSUES gj

.g; w)I'never known any Negroes, so it ues his magnolia trees. As we' :( submarine ''! ? alUSU.. .;" I'll AI : I-

I'' took a little time for him to accustom -I'i see it, that means about three I ]Patrol :}Baskets.'r I \ period to make last changes l\; ; f ; nb; Y It b\t; ; ; b;
.i i:+lnhc it n lcrrp (bristlltllsi : himself to the Pullman ,'ways left to obtain Christmas i S Air 1 their dance. All 7th and 8th --- --- .
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'I I and the dining waiter greens other than buying tbe-ft. The !!! rade teachers are invited to at- :
porter car '
I i, .I.'I... :01 -.) f- but he did it quickly and I:1t The first is to plant one's ownj i I ized ;I j More details next week.i i -Il

: all si smoothly, l like ,a gentleman-.-. supply, and. it is a great satisfaction -|I i navigators: I Friday is the last day before:
.t p. qr. >,:\: i iI 4 to own these everyready i men who j | long Christmas. holidays. I II 5tix
-.'! t .pi 4i Chuckie has one favorite chairin !sources from which 'to snip, Th J i squadron's. I Merry Christmas! See C! tt: S ,4 I.. -r \ '" .
but he likes
\ 11 our living room !second is to get permission from ) year! '
: Give i : to have it padded with a human I
I the landowner and then not I :
being. The Rev. Nelson Moyer j i IJ :
ABerldine ." : J advantage of his generosity by I Golf
,4I I came to see us one day, sat inthat I I (disfiguring his trees. The thirdway 1 ( ) Membership i

'I L, chair and Chuckie was up j .S has its limitations, for it t in i Association Reaches j
I r i! in his lap in a flash. My wife andtl
I.I.I [I means going just ahead or just
\ were worried about the deposit'i ery and High of 111 :
I i behind work crew that is trim- :
I :. .. iii:;I II Recliner6Sl I : : 2 : of hair Chuckie might leave on I j! a of I With I
Iming| the highway right way1.If :
-iii !! [ ; Jr., in S
I ., > Bro. Mover's: dark clothes, but he i iI I R. H. Yotme, president of the
I we are to( have evergreens troduced: Beach Golf Associa !
e. I didn't shed a single feline tress. ,
t $ 2? Always the gentleman. I i :stay fresh through the holiday! announced this ,week that ,, :'v:;"t,, .V
....l# : 1 take the little'!
should of
I ''I : 25. We don't have an alarm clock :season we guests ,I has reached an all-! ,

J. DOWN Si' in our house any moie. We don't[ I|i i |extra trouble to condition them.I and Ted I high of 111 members.

need one. 'They are so crisp and fresh when I Stone : Young emphasized that, since .
1 e : i,, gathered that it is hard to realize : bers' ., club is-one-half through"I -
SELECT FROM 1 30 I year
) R. W. Parker his I (
1 and crew get
tjthat 1 we can prolong their Christmas i be secured at ,
there early enough with the I S
: with little It is good toi i
.... : a care. i Night I price. I'
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morning newspaper for any rea- I! crush woody stems with & hammer :' sonville He added also that plans are

I < p From. "S sor.ab'e human to. arise and I Ij I or better still to slit the ends thanks to ,, made by the tournament : !

j that does it. When Chuckie hear I j lof the stems so that there will be'' Walt and a full slate of ,
: :
11 I that morning paper hit the front no more surface to absorb the that will be 'enjoyed dur

t $AOO; :, porch, he bounds back to the bedroon ,, water. Most foliage will profit by mas and the coming year.AcHREsTA. Put yourself in this picture now Ii

: and lets: my wife and I being submerged h xva'cr fore \

'"' 4 !know about it. He then leads i several hours S .
F | preferably overnight nounced '
) I of us to the front door, and points i i before being arranged., will be I : .

I I MATHER of Fernandina ) 1 the paper almost like a bird dog. :I'That just about requires the bathtub j --- : I get a low-costHoma Loan f
I We the and
pick up paper are with a light weight to keep II
wide awake. i' VJ isl1 ricr I
l .. 329 South 8th Street Phone 261-4383( : In one respect, however, we believe every part under water. To be at < !
t ) their best fronds needto
: palmetto
4i : Chuckie is sort of snob. ( ;, zzUSE Building
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a or buying, you're on jour way to
r \ be submersed in water for,
; \j tt; ; He won't eat cheap food. If we local ) i
.. ._ twenty-four hours. Even the
J 'wI -- - in the home of
buy him raw meat that's on a I S i ; a your own, sooner than you think.
I keeping qualities of a Christmas': first class I II
low-priced sale, he turns his )
nose at it. If we buy a good up cut j' tree can be improved by trimmn: !i I the i, SEAISCooper's Ij I See us for a Home Loan, at reasonable inter.
I off short section of'the trunk
I i I of j
Christmas I of meat and have it ground rand; more i, : est
Special. standing it in water over- Wesner rates. Repayment arranged in installments
him he gobbles it up like mad. ;
night. "
I The same for other cat deli-i iI i \ :
goes sized-to income. Fast, friendly senice.
| When arranging plant material ,
all that
*MMU cacies like beef liver and kidney. : Laundry
I the stems are usually cut on the: uation two
We've got to the point where
i iI ,
slant, EO that the cut surfaces\ is
we whisper to each other about now
I H I not wedged against the bottom of i
how much we paid for his food. If dents Coin-Operated
.. the container neede holder j
.. AUTOMATIC WASHERS I, he knows it's a bargain, he won'teatit. or credits Fernanc/irta, Federal
I II but the greater part expose& ,to' load thev Laundry and Dry

GIVE YOU the water. Hard woody stems often the
need two cross cuts across; :
i .be
may Savings & Loan Assn.
: Sunday Deadline !ijj i the bottom of the stem at rfcht school-' ; Mrs. Doris Howard, I .
I i angles to fit into the needle.lQd) "Today

:.. BIG12 LB. CAPACITY I II I er easily. f! J I the local Manager 202 Atlantic Avenue :
Continued from One) I
.. ( Page One learns all the tlmey} e ,_ while .
i \ rIIrn rin'*' i Home decorations include just read of a wrinkle, new'nt and sde 14th & Beech Streets
t' \ rILRII-FLU Christmas dressed entry-ways inS I 'J j .
I least to us, to better conditiozi'poinsettias The' : !
I \ the Holiday House class, natural .- -- -. .
: i I and it is so l logical: funds -- --- ---- -- --- -- --

j. :: WATER SAVER (cut or growing) or artificial I II I that we are disgusted that ire I perienced a aa a aaaa I
I outdoor trees decked with lights I
,didn't figure it our for ourself. ers in ;
) : t and whatever else may be devised (One follows the usual procedure S "The ? "
t "Christmas .
by the entrant in the Christmas Magic"Lighting <::1\ I
l' : ." I Damp Dry Spin : of removing the surplus leaves a ment score j
: Tree Lane class, and a variety of i i:day, or more before the blp ora for S most
, .l .: .. 't4flll\ I outdoor scenes i iI is to be cut At the time o4.1t. ties is now ? ; and decoration contest sponsored by the Magnolii! -::::::. 1' ;;:

.. :.. : ..' Spiral Activator I A first and second prize will be I Ii ting people seem to solve the students Garden Club and the Florida Public Utilities Co. Open to all {C
>: ,i awarded in each of the first two I ..,./ -..
: problem of stopping the flow of residents of Amelia Island. "
\: FINANCING CAN REARRANGED I classes and each different subclass .I ; scores in I / :
milk by different methods,) one tests." I II -\.g
Scene class \ NAME ____. ____ .
I of the Outdoor 'Ii method working for oitf person The ,I __ \
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} ____IOI __ J l 1 i will win a prize. The prizes are i better than another. Some take a :, with these II ADDRESS ;;. .- .

11 __ _._ .___1 Payments As Low Asa provided by the Florida Public i! :container of hot water to <" the ; a good I ? :I S

,: .. UNU) I III Utilities Co. where they are now i'! garden and plunge the stem into we had 1 1a 'UIJ ; :
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on display. ''it while others ,.
: I immediately, pre- S better -. -- -- ,
II $750i The prizes include a fry pan, I II I I fer burning the stem over a flame, ; President -i '--- CLASS: (Check one) t:l

J I riddle, toaster, percolator radio i and hare luck in I
still others good minded: j I. ENCHANTED WINDOWS
Month commercial windows
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'//i and electric All residents 'S .
[ fan opener. !immediately sticking the stem in would be 4 l 2. HOLIDAY HOUSE ,'
of ,AnjcKa j land are urged : sand. It little what n entrances of homes ( )
f I I ? me. ,,I next 3f nda ; 3.
: i i to compete for the valuable prizes' thod is used as long as the fluid is.:.',ing would CHRISTMAS! TREE LANE,-decorated outdoor trees( ) #

11 : : five Points Grocery & Hardware j and for the joy of making Amelia I'I'I retained ia the stem, and if necessary : He further : 4. Outdoor scenes: #

I Island a more...beaatiful place atj I to shorten the stem lateron 1964, will i a. STAR OF BETHLEHEM, religious ( )

I .:, !Christmas time. I the new tut must be likewise which the i S b. BEWITCHED modern ( ) 1:1
treated. The article in question. for the c. CHRISTMAS WONDERLAND
; Call Today 261-5205 I :( traditional ( )
f Honesty is if.+"ys the best ) advises that instead of soaking I On Mail
1 entry to: "lrs. R. :31. White, 502 Broorae Street.
;1 .: policy 6ttnnatel7, too the cut' flowers in cool '
SEE .oj upright deep ,will meet ;
: MR. PICKET OR MR. COURSONr I Fernandina Beach Phone
or 261-3727
think"they can't afford -
!many people water one should submerge the en-Ii j 200 P.M. I'i

the best. i tire flower and foliage in water Christmas j t t

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,1 And At A. S. ALLAN'S Of Course .

Where We Ve Been Headquarters For Santa For Over 61 Years ,

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Well-Known Brand Names Like Martha Manning,. Kay .r, .. : i. Our Nationally Advertised Brands Include J
:I Whitney, Maidenform, Pilot, Hummingbird, Claussner, A ,. y i t Van Heusen, McGregor, Robert Bruce, Sewell,
'! Seamprufe, Artemis, Lorraine, Paddle and Saddle f Sport Coats Pioneer Hoggar, Hones, Fruit of Loom, FlorJ
I I sheim Fortune, Steven I ITo
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tion Features Many Young Fashions That He'll Wear .
( ] Youngster .
!I With Pride and Pleasure. if. : ,
! 4' Exciting Games Mechanical r '. -
1\\ ; Toys. Paint Sets. Books . J t"fr.
Cuddly Dolls and Animals. We #. : ,J' I
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); Electric Blankets. Lovely Linen Sets Bedspreads Handsomely Boxed ,' These and Other Gifts From Allan's. 1M JL

j Cannon Gift Sets. Drapes. Rugs and Many More Gifts For Happier Holidays IF HE SLIPPED IN HIS
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1Four News-Lecder, Fernandina Beach, Flcr.'da; -Thursday, Decembsr 19, 1M3 i i Thomas Digby: and Terry Me
, Valdosta Clark
Georgia: Patty Kendree son of Mr. and Mis: .
1: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Carson McKendree.

r Ww [n of'St. Peter's' Held AffnudJ I Clark; Sharon Hall, daughter of State,
..,. .. : Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hall; and Judy From North Carolina
F + .M .r. Kear, daughter. of )Ir. and Mrs.ffaiph .. Raleigh, North Carolina: James

J ClirlsfMGS Diniw December !16 I Kc-ar. Ryfent, son bf 'Mr.;' and Mrs.
: James Rylant: and Jim{ kear. son
From Georgia Southern College,
of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Keat.
1 : ''''Wo* ",' Sstesboro, Georgia: Judy Jameson
.LZle. South Dining Room of was her dawhter. Miss Miriam
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. From Andrew Jr. College
Lawrence of New York Cit who
F"rf PestaiN'aat furnVhed 1 lo* < '
lr etti'1fP: f\.. the .""n+,t Clot:". U spending several <1evs with her C. Jameson; Bobby Fussell, son Cuthbert, Georgia: Judy Sheffield! ,
of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Fussell; daughter of Mrs. Lois Sheffield;
South Fletcher.
'J"'IPp"tv of the W t
j Marcia Townsend, daughter of and Mary Ellen Harvey, daughter
P..p.r", "f'c\f\4I1 ""Tcb n )f't'V
I Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Townsend; of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Harvey.
December Kith. TV Senior Citizens i1'
) I Ken Lawhorne, son of Mr. and
:: irn'b rreete't at the Junior College
I 4 'P1'P.! From Chipola
Mrs. W. A, Lawhorne Marcia!
... Pxchanae Gifts At ;
/iMr .h tIP h.y P ;. Mr J\II Mariana: Jimmy McFarland, son
Peacock: daughter of Mr. and :
bite,1" Dan Oliu.h-rtv rid p I J H. G. McFar-
of Mr Mrs.
Christmas (Pr :
J Charles Peacock
-" PartyMrs. : Mrs. Susan
'M p ..'AI. 'ptW1np, Who>> ,'i t 1 i Bailey! daughter of Mr. and; Mrs. land; Ken Nolan, son of Mr. and
Ni the pyC'lttncre rata !1'1 {: 1 F Charles Cour-
oC".1 L. S. Grant nresentM Burns Bailey; and Elizabeth Mrs. L K. Nolan,
tit "';1ft fl'f'''t earl i.,."" of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
a Christmas; program" and presidedat iLI son son
:: Burns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Iba'Florida State Hosr'*, I the bns;"ess se.ion. ;Jn the ab- Paul C. Burns. j Courson; Paul Boles, son of Mr
inn; tl1,.*+ l'.t'r the attractively i i !l nt'P. of Mrs. Adam Millson, lit .. i and Mrs. Albert Boles; and Bar-

: -"d: Mrn: ed Chrjstmas tree. j I the DecfTiher 12 Meeting of the aP From the University of Geor i ry Rowland, son of Mr. and Mrs.

The 1diea + "r"" than saA.A Senior Citizens Club. .._ gia, Athens, Georgia: Jimmy Du Pont Rowland.
J p'rmir; t the "n" .h''neA nronnlen; iPAUSING =<( .L. "'" 1 i*' rj; >'''!o'l' '
Members san a number of Ewing, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. !
1 ,.1 taMps which held 10..1". ). \]1i.(11y Christmas Carols, ac"om aniM at FOR A PICTURE during the gala festivitiesat Walters of Jacksonville emceed with all arrangements for Ann j Yulee Seniors Set
t arr"nvP"p"h An,4 inaivi.i" l the piano by Mrs. Dorothy Boot. Terminal Paper Bag Co.'s Office Christmas Party on the evening being made by Mrs. Helen Robinson, Mrs. Ewing; Mary Oliver, daughter -

ft&nr"ted. 0 Ole )o..tf tP},'a I A comedy skit based on family I December 13, are a number of the revelers shown above. Palsy.Walters and Mrs. Patsy Knotts. S ndy DeSand-o, : of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Oliver; ; Turkey Shoots At

n..+*tt" Fa.he- and M-\ Jaw< Kllifrtr i it. nroblems at Christmas, was ?i'en I The annual affair was held at Crevasse's Gate Post Res- City Recreation Director, was a guest and directed the ;. and Jimmy Fox, son of Mr. and ; Murray's StoreThe

t. and the Auxfl'ury offc? -ra, b7 Mrs. Jo Goolsby and Mrs. j It I taurant in Jacksonville, with approximately 40 enjoyingthe games and dancing. I Mrs. A. J. Fox. I

I Following "nnronr'lita ooepf"j Grant. Mrs. Goolsby was very i(t evening of dining, dancing and merriment. George Photo by Tom Davis !' From Brevard Junior College Senior Class of Yulee

\ prayers .hv Father ..FllAnr:; d'thewas I Id amusing as the scheming house- I I -- I Brevard, North Carolina: Ginny High School will sponsor two

.. net yx-uup' .' servi'u a ccuciuua'I in !wue.Mrs. Agnes Kear. and. Mrs. Dol- To Receive Degree December 22 i Robert Rexford; J r. Home 'For !I i Mrs.Markham. Arthur, daughter Markham of; Mr.Sharon and I: Turkey each to be Shoots: held; at before Murray Christmas Storeat ,

rr*+sided o*<>r n short J>r/) ram the meeting, however Mrs. Mae. R. M. Cough; and Bobby Jennings '' The first will be held Saturday,
..*. I Mrs. Joanne Crisp Ragans, a New York I The
foUnwfifir the! Hhner **4! resfn Laren was rot present due to ill- member of the charter class at City Holidaysi: son of Mr. and Mrs. Mar- .1' December 21 beginning at 3 p.m.
M Father and lira Ellison "iftfrr Mrs. Kear served refreshment rion E. Jennings. .
: I ness. the University of ,South Florida, ,Miss Sue O bprn and .Mr. Robert i i and the second will begin Monday
Elb' $
>*l the women. Father orfttended the I I I i
following ,
: w The following college students
program. y xay.'S will receive her Bachelor of Arts December 23 at 6
his than1" md "flnrecia'tl& Rexford were united in marriage From Abraham' Baldwin College p.m.
Gifts were exchrnsred by the I arrived this.week to spend Christ-
I and pre4Pnte+i Mrs. La..orrei"ith members, after which the even- degree in Elementary Education on December 12 at 5 o'clockat mas holidays with their parents. Tifton, Georgia: Jane Dig- : The public is invited to parti
the Toltic( Vnhconal Cros ine was devoted to table games. i graduation exercises on Sun* the First Presbyterian Church ; by, daughter of Mr and Mrs. cipate.
day, December 22. Park Avenue, New York City. ------------- ---
; .in recognition of her service as I The next meeting will be held s .1 From La Grange College, La i
I president of the Churchwomen : Thursday evening, January 9 at Prior to entering the University Miss Osborn is the daughter Grange, Georgia; Helen .MeMon- '

After an exchange of gifts i 17 P.m.Hibiscus. ,of South Florida at Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Osborn of ogle, daughter of Mrs. Irene Mc. I

frs. Lasserre expressed her ao- I ,where she is a member of the Coconut Grove. Mr. Rexford is i Monogle; Ted and Judy Hitch. Ilan Theatre
Ttfidail011 to all the women for the son of .Mr. and Mrs. Robert i cock; son and daughter' of Mr.
Student Florida Education Association .
Club Has -
their cooperation and help during ; Rexford of this city. : and Mrs. G. M. Hitchcock; Elaine
attended Florida State |
",th 'vear. extending special thanks I,Christmas Party At University, for two years. II, A reception 'was held at they 1 Smith, daughter of 'Mrs.. Elizabeth Phone. 261-4849 C. E. Beach. Mgr.
"tdlh e."hostesses for the wonder- apartment. of the bride after Smith; Donald Brazell, son -1
-fn\ planning of the nary anddinner. A. C. Markham HomeThe At' FSU she was a majorettewith I which the Swung5 couple flew to j of 'Mr. and Mrs. James A. Bra I I SATURDAY fi SUNDAY

"' She then turned the pro Yf the famed FSU "Marching I Paris, Rome and 'Madrid for a zell!; Susan Butler, daughter of ,
Hrram over to the in-mming president annual Christmas Party of Chiefs," and was a member of feddinz trip. Upon their return, I Mr. .and Mrs. Gordon Butler: I 2:30: and 7:30

Mrs. Beth Calnes Mr, the Hibiscus Garden Club was the Dames Club, a student wives I they will 1 make their home Li New Charles Corbett, son of Mr. and ?
I :Gaines announced the list of held December 16 at the home of organization. She was also spon- ,York City. Mrs. Exteen Corbett; Terry' Peterson IRMA LA DOUCE"JACK .
Zth&irmen appointed for the com I Mrs. A* Oi Markham, with Mrs. sor for the Army'R. 0. T. C. Band., Eath of the couple is a grad- II son of Mr. and Mrs. R. II. i
"intf year. J. J. G. COOP 1 and Mrs. Carl The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. uate of Northwestern Universityat Peterson; and Russell Harvey, LEMON SHIRLEl'11cCLA1N

\i.' :. Members enjoying the evening I" Quattlebaunf as -hostesses.> Kent Crisp, she was Miss Fernan Chicago. Mrs. Rexford is a,hostess son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Har -
; -toeether were Father and Mrs. There 'were 20 members present.The dina Beaeh of 1959 and was Mrs. with Trans World Airlines WEDNESDAY & THURSDAYWednesday

I I: "Elttsor, Mrs Joan Lasserre, Mrs. ,I. Markham home was beautifully ...... Golden Crown Fiesta of 1961.ToiWedDecember I'and Mr. Rexford is a broker with vey. I 2:30 and 7:30 Thursday 7:30
1 I Betty Gaines, Mrs. Alice Bodine decorated for the holiday f- John Nuveen Co., New York City. From Valdosta State, College, .
f I' tjf
II I 'Mrs.; Carolyn Vizcarrondo, Mrs. 'I season. I Mr. and Mrs. Rexford and Mr. "MAGIC SWORD"TECHNICOLOR\

-c.'P. Adams, Sr., Mrs. LaJean i ii i The program, "Making Something /) 28 JMr. ; 'and Mrs. OsSprn}) attended'. the I
i :Allan, Mrs. Phyllis Blacklock, : from Nothing," was artistically wedding. white bridal arrangement -- -

-Mrs. Effie Burbank, Mrs.. Helen l :: presented. by Mrs. Quat- i ....... If' '" ...... I! Appropriate games were enjoyed .1 .
II Jojpe Brooks, Mrs. Mildred Babb, tlebaura. She displayed Christmas and Mrs, Frank A. Randolpli Hostesses Fete during the evening and prizes "FOLLOW THAT DREAM"

-Mrs. Barbara Clark, Mrs. Edna decorations! such as a mail box of Five Points, announce I were awarded to Mrs. Bryant !
-Daugherty, Mrs. Mary Gar iaxIEscharlotte :'tally cards from old greeting I the engagement of their daughter, .t H Miss Annette JacobsAt Tucker, Miss Linda' Brooks; and ELVIS PRESLEY
Hall cards, and decorated styrofoam' Miss Helen Jacobs, sister of the.
t Mrs. Myrtle Aneta Randolph, to Eugene Trent, Bridal ShowerMiss TECHNICOLOR -
Hammond, Mrs. Wanda Hardaker i' balls She also showed how to ; son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Trent honoree. '

.. Mr Hazel Jones, Mrs. Sara, to- I. make lovely candles from wax or of Roswall, New Mexico. Rachel Annette Jacobs -- --
tell, Mrs. Grace Lawrence,' Mrs. old candles' I 1 f mmro m mm m mm G 'W ,114t15 14 X14 mIl /{ ? ,

Grace: Menr Mrs. Flora. Mark.I! A gift exchange followed the The December wedding 28 will at 7:30 be o'clock an eventof at S whose Sunday,wedding was delightfully was solemnized enter- .. : : : .....,. .>'.":""'i" '" .. :",,.,, t'I tI

ham, Mrs. Dorothy Odom, Mrs. i roll call. Refreshments of dainty .the Church of Christ. No invitations tained at a miscellaneous showeron rt::::: : : : ;: !' ;,:tfj;' .::x:;''f. ;:iVf. . ijI

Bobbie O'Leary, Mrs. Betty Stew. :I open face sandwiches, cookies, are being sent but all December 9.in the Social Hall 1 : : k
, art, Mrs. Irvine Schmidt, Mrs. fruit cake, nuts, punch and coffee i "
.I friends and relatives are invitedto of the First Baptist Church. !; '
Angela Shuiley, Mrs. Eloise Sprcnsen were served. e t .
attend. Th ha' 1 :
Hostesses for the occasionwere
I S 1.k ass. .
Mrs. Jackie Stubits: Mrs. I:
:, The bride-elect is presently employed Mrs. Don Lancaster, Miss .. \ x'
Marv Evelyn Wood, Miss Katherine Mrs. J. L. Armstrong plans to ,
in Jack.
I Whitney Mrs. Lucy' Lawrenceand leave Friday for South Carolinato at May-Cohen's Shirley McKendree and Miss t
I {I rJ
Mrs. Aline Barber. Special! spend the Christmas holidays sonville. Brenda Beard. ell'; 1 .
I Mr. Trent teaches electronics E II !, II \, ""
JacobS. I ,
Miss attired in a1 for
gue'sts. of Mrs._ Grace Lawrence with relatives there. in Roswall where they will make was : --\ .I- "" < "
: -1. -- -- --- -- --- I becoming mint green corduroy ]I \
;t i I their home. jumper worn with a white silk I '

I blouse designed with a large col 1
,; -Mrs. C. Tomlinson Jar. She was presented a corsage ; ti f LANE CEDAR

.. i11GiF Sk Hostess For Circle of white pompons held with min-
1 .
.. I iature gold and white wedding : _,

; Christmas Party ',I bells. c 1i
w Mrs. Laverne Jacobs mother of ") $4995w :
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1 i Mrs. Charles Tomlinson was the bride-elect, was also presented CHEST"S
/ hostess last Thursday for the regular i I, '-T .
Amelia Island UDC I a corsage. 1$ ." ',
"k : meeting ahd Christmas party I The refreshment table was Iii ":1f."
Receives Honors At I ....
I. I of the Selma Kmdig Circle of the overlaid with a handsome, white ,.' ;J $1

; First Baptist Church. District Convention I embroidered cloth over pink' pa, .
Mrs. Sue Eller, circle chairman, centered l"J DOWN
j linen, and with a large .
: : YOUR FIRST STOP IS HERE FOR THAT 'welcomed, the members and 'Iwith' : ifto... ,
one encircled .
"The Amelia Island Chapter of cut glass punch l!; ,,1Il ... Ii'
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visitor, Mrs. Earl F. Wilson, Jr., the United Daughters of the Con- holly. Miss McKendree pour- .: 13'v.......". :' \x.' ...'...: : .."..",. ,' '. .. .. "" Q
"" ': : I
': '*" '':''' '' '' _: w-i' / ) I.'
!.. : LAST.... MINUTE GIFT FOR HER FOR'HtMFOR and presided over the federacy was awarded both the ed cranberry punch and Mrs. Lan : J,>>:t. ." : Yt.t: :.. 4* .. ..tt.";" ..

I Mrs. Ellie Acosta meeting'I'I Medlin trophy for membershipand caster served dainty, open face : v .
EVERYBODY! I devotion from 8th the Ruth Neder scrapbook sandwiches and cookies. : MATHER of Fernandina
[ Acts; 417. Mrs. Lucille Sawyerled I award," reported Mrs. H, W. The honoree received a showerof p

i a prayer for those on the Fishier at a recent meeting in the gifts arranged on a gift table I 329 South 8th Street Phone 261-4383

Santa Prayer' Calendar I home of Mrs. E. P. Wilson, Jr. : with white cutwork cloth over .
b .1' An autob'ojrfaphy on M Theron '. Mrs. Carl Quattlebaum was co- ': pink, holding a lovely pink and >til, ; lI\ l\; ; \\Y Jb\il\;\ ; ; \1 ; .%SU\\Q; ;
Rankin: who served' as missionary hostess for the occasion. II I ---- ---- - -. -- -- -- ------ ---
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'1'I. .saysl to China, was. given by i I The awards were made at a recent I i roU! !\) 4\al\u! frjc \ta1Uata1! \ A a M 4 M 4 4 .r. Ia.4 1 4.M r 4 r h !,Y M r A N G a1 4 4 r, h 6 M a1at r) ,
Mrs. Virginia Peters,. program meeting of the Florida Division : .
: !I chairman.: I Convention its Pensacola. i &
I.I OPEC : remember her with P/ r
: The members voted to change! Mrs. Fishier attended the meet- i ddlglitM S **
Drop InToday I the circle's meeting3rd date to the ing with Miss Marie Cone, presi- ,
r Wlir1SJ
Monday of each month. II dent of the Amelia Island Chap \ I /
VE y ter. Mrs. Fishier also pointed out I .Jj.J.! e' ,
E Christmas gifts were exchanged I of scholar- t ', .. (j. :I. \; \I 0- J
that the importance lI Q. !
the members and
among | '<"
and history was stressed < 'tI kand you t11' < .
r ships i' tf f' !
I < .
I refreshments of fruit cake and i throughout the convention.Mrs. I I ,. -, I1i

: WE HAVE A HAPPY SOLU- ,' novelty ice cream were served to Cecil B. Brewton first I < < neverforget I 'ot i"a

Mrs. Ellie Acosta, Mrs. Due El- vice president, presided over the I a .: her "thank you"1't ,
UN1 l TON TO ALL YOUR GIFT i i, ler, Mrs. W. R. Price, .Mrs. Virginia chapter meeting in the absence of '

PROBLEMS Peters, !Irs'. Rose Tomlin. Miss Cone. The Lord's prayer was :: ENCHANT FRAGRANCE ".,'Jili1cr b lI

son, Mrs* Lucille Sawyer, Mrs. recited in unison and Mrs. Fish 'lI1GlFI'S \ JQ) t1lU
Parrish Bobbi Rich I ; .. r-J f' ;
Pauline Mrs ,
I ler read a poem entitled, "The i I by TUS Sy,
( ) Smith and ,
Mrs. Imogene Mrs.
: LL GENE'SAtlantic i Returned Battle Flags." It was ; -: ( / &.r TUSSY
Juttrita; Wilson. .
II decided that Mrs. Thomas W. I I 1.IJ f a --t/ ,.
1 r ). I
I reeiif
The first meeting of the '
Ave. Phone 261.909 year I Lester of Jacksonville would be i I ; ENCHANTS GIFT SET...Ira. a-ir BUDDING BEAUTY BUBBLE
.: !I will be January 3 at the home of sag
>u I ditionally favorite for gift BATH WITH SCOOP in
I Mrs. Sue Eller endorsed as second presidentof II. ,
II white/
s beautiful
I Division. Mri. W., x givingBeautifullypackaged pink and :
J i the Florida IfI i 2 ol each of Eau Toilette gingham box.Together with
: T. Waas was welcomed as a new I and Lotion Deluxe. $2.00 s s its own pink plastic stoop li'I ,
I ---5 chapter member. I 4 is fragrant pink powder that #
I J a Aad fidnd foams into millions of bub'
Plans for the formation of a', '! bles./ 4oz.ll.50 a
DAILY SPECIAL i i; local chapter of the Children of to q all /rxa
| the Confederacy were discussed. ; *-* Add federal tax to all j ices !-"

White appointed :: til
Mrs. Herbert was -
chairman of this project A ....: t Q
i ..
also dis '"'
scholarship plan was
I; cussed. I IIII ..
Choice of Meat-3 Fresh Vegetables All Home Cooked I Prior to the business meeting, 1fI
into the \:
\ I II' the guests were invited i

dining room to enjoy a Christmastea. i, ,

I I'' f Deviled Crabs A SpecialtyOUR i. was white. centered The linen table with cutwork was a overlaid multibranched cloth witha and IfI...:: li't I:I

SECRET RECIPE candelabra on a bed of Christmas :, .
''I' greens and pink camellias. ,. 5-: 1 ING POWDER is fun to use! aJ"
t.. {Home Made ChiliFAST Lighted green tapers cast a ENCHANTSDUSTINGPOW. Packaged in dainty pink and GLAMOUR SET lust like r eJ
I I I soft glow over the setting. Mrs.J. ; DER for a cloud of fragrance ENCHANTE LOTION JE. white gingham design, gen Mommy's! with 1.oz. Hand
Jr. and Mrs. I. W. LUXE WITH erously sized, comes with/ Lotion & 1 Toilet Water.
COURTEOUS SERVICE I C. Bennett. .;; that I lasts hours :after the oz. t'
l\\ i J1 Hardee, Jr. poured. ; : bath. Beautifully presented a luxurious hand and body its own fluffy gingham puff. $1.00. Q
nwithconvenient dis .
I i in I lavender' moire and 3.4 oz. $1.25. :"
', .: penser. 6cz.tt.59 Add fcfatl JM.to til picaWcrcrs JI
Miss Nettie Peters left today 11E .printed white ribbon. .. t.,
Sands Restaurant ,; .: 7 Cl. $2.00. &/
for Palatka where she is to at. !

GoldeN I tend a St John's River Junior : ij
College Christmas dante She
f (n. THE OCEANFRONT I will be escorted by John Stevenson Drag Store THROUGHOUT OUR STORE

,, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. R.
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( Frank Archer and Mr. and Mrs.
!L Frank Osborne. They will return I I Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, December 19, 1963 Page Five:
I PERSONALS New Bride of December 14
after Years. .

} Pete Shaw of Coral Gables, will Christmas holidays with herdaughter spent Mr. last and Sunday Mrs. Raymond in Waycross Wolff, I Mrs. T. ,Jf Courson ,I I Rotary Entertains: I Lions and Wivof:

I be the guest of the Carson MciKendreea i and son-in-law, Mr. and Ga. visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Has Bykota Class i

1. classmates the holidays.and at Pete their Abraham and son Terry Terry Baldwin are for'i,' Mrs.Mr.Thomas and Mrs.Digby.W. H. Osborne :I i Mrs.CharlesLayton James Kellam., Sr. and Mr and Meeting. :sday i i Ladies At Gala Enjey Yule Party i

College, in Tifton, Ga. and sons, Keith and Greg, will Mrs. Lois Reid, Miss Robbie Lee Mrs. T. J<\. <)urson was hostess Christmas I Members of the Fenundinaj
j i leave Saturday for Johnson City,: Thompson, arti Miss Sue Thompson to a meeting $ the Bykota Sunday Party j Beach Lions Club, their whn* and
Mrs. S. B. Hayes of Greer school class of the Five I
\ Tennessee to spend the holidays J will leave by train this weekend ; invited their
I I South Carolina will spend the with their parents, Mr. and Mr3. for Kansas City, Mo. Mrs. Points BaptiSt Church Tuesday !' A gala Christmas party was I anal Christmas guests Party at the an-
--- I Reid and Miss Thompson will remain evening. Mrs. Harry Ninnis was staged l last week at The Steer Sandbar restaurant "
r1 I there to spend Christmas ro' tfy co-hostess for the occasion. I Room in Jacksonville, when mem- i Monday 'rifghtOver
f. land New Years with Mrs. Reid's'son Mrs. Kenny Braddock took the bers of the Fernandina Beach. I fifty were in attendance
and t topic for her devotion from the for the gala affair, which began
daughter-in-law, Capt. Rotary Club entertained their j('
last Minute Gifts : and Mrs. Bob Reid, and grandsons i second chapter of Luke. I I I Rotaryanns. ,1 with a dinner and ended with an
After short business enjoyable recreation pe'rioJarranged -
Brett and! Gregg. Miss Sue a meeting: i Likened to an "Arabian Ni i hts"
,; will members took an offering for i and emceed by Sand; De-
Thompson go by plane from up I
adventure. Henry G. Motes, of the
|i Kansas City'{tb%Lead, South Dakota the Lottie Moon Christmas Offer I I Jacksonville Rotary Club, served I Sapdro, Director of the City. .Recreation
FOR THE LADY! 'i to join "her brother-in-law ing instead of exchanging gifts. as jester and story teller and performed Department.

and sister, Lt and Mrs. Don Lind- !% Games were led by Mrs. Paif- j I feats of magic I Appropriate entertainment was.
quist, for Christmas. She will KJ. ine Gaines after which refreshments I furnished by a local barber .shop
'spend New Years in Edina, Mo. of open face sandwiches, !.| Santa Claus stockings, designed quartet, The Glad Tones. Members
with Miss Lucy Dyal and Mr. fruit cake, punch, coffee, and with Rotary wheels of sequins, I I of the quartet are Don Heaf-
and Mrs. U. L. Hines. They will'' mints were served ,by the hos I held delightful party favors for tier lead, Fred Bond, tenor, Rex
the ladies, and each received a baritone and Don 'IHI1 .
all return together from Kansas tesses. Dudley, ,
Those present. included the fjl- camellia corsage, compliments of i melman bass. '
City about January 5. \ I
Col. and Mrs. Walter
Ralph May.
Ir lowing; Mrs. Nolan .Johns, Mrs. Mike Fiala headed the commit.
Mrs. Margaret Oxley and son,
and made the
Preston designed
ri : Chris Johnson, Mrs. Ed Reed, .i tee in charge of
McCall Oxley, Jr., will leave Saturday unique stocking favors, and were I i arrangement
Mrs. J. W. Batchelor, Mrs. Nori
Lion President Ben Clarke
by jet plane to spend \ co-chairmen with Mr. and Mrs.
J yy r McDonald, Mrs. Buster Clack, in welcome to ,the
Christmas in California. They spoke briefly a
Ji Franklin Jones for the annual j
i Ethel l
will arrive in San Francisco and ys I Mrs. Mayhew Scott, f affair. I wives and the invited guests, *
i Miller, Mrs. Mitchell Drew, Mrs. I 1
,. '
the ,. '
spend weekend there before : i i
: ,.
.t attended
: R. W. Parker, Mrs. Charles I Approximately fifty '
i Dresses Skirts going on to Monterey for Christmas ;; 00 .. Jones, Mrs. Bob Attler and Mr* I II the Yale partv. many by chartered Doc Edward: is a specialist
with her son-in-law and I' I Beach. This is a doctor who expeeta hU
bus from
daughter, Capt. and Mrs. E. N. i' ,, ti i Lee. I I patients to confine their 'siiDtoets
Sweaters Blouses Meserve, and their children, Pam :; ;ki: ::.: Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Steven to office hours.Traditionally. fJb"
:Mac, and Stephanie. They will : ; Mrs. F.. H. Hobein and Mrs ,were guests of President Hug
Suits visit in Los Angeles before re" James A. Smith left ,receptly U I Stone and Mrs. Stone.. I ." ,
spend Christmas with their the first Cbf t-
turnig by plane December 31. re-I .
Lingerie House Slippers "' -' -. j spective daughters, Mrs. H. Not all men ire bigamists wh mas feast in England was wld
Mrs. Ernest Valero has return ;,.. A. ;. ;.. .
and '
Humphreys "and family, Mrs. I have one wife too many. at the Round Table of King 'Ar
I Costume Jewelry Hose : ed from Miami after spending a1 ;: MRS. GORDON VALERIE RAWLSTVirie Noble Hardee and family in I thur. While the specific date is
week with her
son because of m-I Brownsville, Texas. undetermined, references the
II n ness in the family. Doris Toon..... TTnn,.a.. b...._ I ,. .1 :_ __.!:_.._1 ,
Scurfs Robes Bags u. .uuu}' "' tar, grandmother of the bride; famous king in mfuievjuhave legelws:!
I I Mr. and Mrs.Boyd Kennedy !came the bride of Mr. Gordon Mrs. Joe Taylor and Mrs. Deloris i been traced back to as early

returned last week after spending j Valerie Rawls, son of Mr. and Married December 15 I Griffis, all of Blackshear, Ga. ': as 600 A. D. ... I

Make Your Selections several days with Mr. and Mrs.i] Mrs. Herbert Pryor Rawls of ---- -----.........- -- ._- -l.'I.' ,- ""------4." ....-.
Gene Ryzer and Terry Weinzirllin Fernandina Beach, on Saturday '. '
NOW Logansport, Indiana. They re-I evening, December 14 at five *:
: turned by way of the Smoky o'clock at the Catawba Baptist iC
i; I Mountains and spent several daysin .I II Church in Rock Hill, South Car- !' i NEW YEARS EVE k

kF I Savannah with his parents, olina. i i F I rt

'.. .. '.. ". .. ., ,,. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Kennedy, Sr. Rev. Raymond iC .*
: 'u/......,....> ...:...". ../.:" : Shumpert, pas I PARTY PLAN
J Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lofton tor of the couple, performed the :
and their son Dandee of Tallahassee double ring ceremony before a
I I and Lt. Dee Lofton, Ft. Ben- background of seven branched : A COMPLETE EVENING FOR 2 .....,.*. ,
ning, Ga. will arrive this weekend candelabra with tall baskets of INCLUDES '

I to spend the Christmas holidays gladiolus, pom poms and green. t DINNER COCKTAILS, PARTY

with their parents, Mr. and I ery on either side. The church 5% FAVORS, DANCING ENTERTAINMENT ". *S
I Mrs. H. L. .Lot ton. was softly lit by candlelight.The a' 8:30 P.M. TIL JOOJI..

;,. LYNN'S DRESS SHOP I Mr. and Mrs. Jim Midkiff plan I bride, daughter of Mr. and '

to spend the holidays in Charleston I Mrs. Otto David Hooper, and $25 ,*:
W. Virginia with relatives. | given in marriage by her father, tiR I HK Plus
212 ATLANTIC AVE. OPEN 'TIL 6 P.M. I Mrs Ruth Brown plans to spend i iI' wore a floor length dress of peau I I BY RESERVATION T+x ONLY! .M'. :,v
Christmas in Ashvile: North Carolina I de soie fashioned with high midriff
----- -- -- -. -- I' with Rev. and Mrs. Paul and flowing into a slight ''I --tc *'..
''; -- ----I. Chaplin. train from a bustle bow in the j I 'CELEBRATION ,'. .". '.. '

I Mrs. G. M. White of Baxley, back below the waistline. Long I
Ga. will visit her and pointed sleeves, with tiny self t
son daugh l I
fashionable *
I ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. {covered buttons, covered the I i ::

I White and family during the wrists. Her shoulder length veil DEC 16 thru 21 I...
Christmas holidays. I fell softly from a three tiered C i,:
The Famous Recording Artist "
Christmas trimmings. I Mrs. Martha Lewis and her I I'I crown of seed pearls. She carrieda I '
''I daughter Lee, of Marietta, Ga. white Bible topped with an or-
plan to visit the R. M. Whites chid and white satin streamers. i\ I 1 i BILLY BUTTERFIELD 'l: .
: during the holidays. Miss Brenda Shumpert presented -

t I Mrs. Frank Sutton is expected GI fi } a program of wedding music at IllS GOLDEN TRUMPET AND ORCHESTRA .:

} i today for an extended visit with I the piano. I ? DANCE MUSIC AT ITS BEST "I""
: i her sons-in-law and daughters, Miss Martha Ann Pearson of rR Y ,
Dobrosky .
Candler, North Carolina, was
I' '
\: {Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Mixon, and maid of honor. She wore a street] '" I I FOR YOUR HOLIDAY FESTIVITIESNO i.I.. .,
I #} other relatives. I length dress of pale blue brocade ;i MR. AND MRS. JOHN LIVELY BURGESSIn COVER NO MINIMUM iI

I Mr. and Mrs. L M. Hollings- taffeta. It was sleeveless with i, a beautiful wedding of the Mrs. Don Lancaster served cake. 8:30 F.M. TIL I:OG AJI.. ; .
worth will leave Sunday for St. low neckline and back wraparound holiday season, Miss Rachel An- : Miss Brenda Beard kept the I'
I Louis, Mo. to spend the Holidays which was caught with a'!' nette Jacobs became the bride of i i. bride's book. 'I
with their son, Eddie Hollings- bow at the waistline. Her head NITELYTHE
John Lively Burgess on Decejnber Little Miss Monica Lancaster'presented
I worth, and family. dress of blue net and she 'I
was I
15 at the First Baptist Church.
I I each guest with a rice
During the first part of her of mixed flow '
a bouquet ,
The Rev. James T. Durham,! bag. i JACK BROWN :
Christmas holidays, Miss Judy : ers. II I
cI pastor, performed the double ring For their wedding trip to
i Jameson will Arlington
journey to
Kay Mi-\
were \
at four o'clock in
( ceremony a I' amf Beach Mrs.
Burgess ,
Ga. where she will participate Sturgis of Rock Hill and Miss I' rV AN EXCITING ENTERTAINER .
i candlelight setting. turquoise mohair knit suit Her I .
in the wedding of classmate
I i a
cousin of the
from Sandra: I The bride is the daughter of accessories were black and she''!
I Georgia Southern.
I.t t, ''Judy is the daughter of Mr. and bride identical of Sylva.to that Their of the dresses maid,'! Mr. and Mrs. Owen G. Jacobs.I I wore the orchid corsage from her! 963 Dunn Are
.were ; Mr, Burgess is the son of Mr. and .. Bible. Golden '
I j Mrs. J. C. Jacksonville
and :
1 of honor, in frosty pink, they .
Miss Miriam Lawrence return also canied bouquets of mixed I Mrs. Homer Burgess of Cherokee,! couple! Earring P05-2601 '
i ed to New York City today after flowers. I North Carolina. I will make their home in Cherokee.) ""
spending several days with her I Floor baskets of white gladioliand I Out of town( guests were Mn' LOUNGE RESTAURANT I
ro.C parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Best man was Dennis Ushers Frank I fern were used with branched and Mrs. Homer Burgess and Mr.. Available For Private.Parties, Banquets, Reception ;
Merrill of Rock were I
I, Lawrence. candelabra holding t lighted cathedral and Mrs. Freddie Burgess of
Morris and Joe Jackson,
,I Friends of Charles C. Craft will Ross II tapers, to form the lovely' Cherokee, N. C., Mrs. Ellie Tay-
and Charles ...
both of Rock Hill, ,
I -- -- -- -- -- --- ----
be glad to know that he is home background for then wedding ,.r
I { after undergoing surgery last I and Danny Hooper, brothers of a rtv'OJ' I, ,f .., __1&_ dI' _-.It.! ..>\. 'fan...J..IiIo Iob. __A I 'wf!
a ix '
the bride.
w I I ,
1 week at Baptist Memorial Hospital '
I Mrs. Isaac Shiver, organist,
t The mother of the bride i iI
i in Jacksonville; worea
I I I provided a program of nuptial
..1'' Mrs., T. J, .Corbett 'plans to I|'I cranberry boucle wool with : music as the guests assembled,I
; Christmas with' Jori.\n- matching accessories and a pink i
Spend} her I i and accompanied Claude Had- ,I II
i I law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.F. rosebud corsage. The bridegroom'smother I I fWk, soloist, as he sang, "With i il
E. Price and family, Jim, Ann, chose blue and wore a pink This Ring I Thee Wed" and "The l
and Bob in Atlanta, Georgia. rosebud corsage. J:l Lord's Prayer."
i i Miss Marie Cone will leave A reception was held at the
Miss Helen Jacobs was hersister's
t 3au Sunday by air for San Antonio, home of the bride's parents immediately
maid of honor and ontyatter.jant.
Texas where she will spend the following the wedding.The I ,
I I She wore a frock of (
holidays with her mother, Mrs. J.I table was covered with 'Christmas red satin designed i ,4S
( I' J. Cone and her sister, Mrs. Otho white satin and overlaid with a with a bell skirt. She wore match- I II _
'tlI : Griffin. beige cutwork cloth. Lighted tap- and hat with
i jh* satin slippers ,
ti t r'I' Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Craft ers and wedding bells formed the tiny nose veil. Her bouquet was :
tI i ;1 plan to spend the Christmas holi- centerpiece with the wedding of red and white carnations. .
I days with their parents, Mr and cake and punch being served Freddie Burgess served as best I
Mrs. W. C. Craft, Vicksburg, I I from either end. .l man for his brother and ushers I Ii '
Mississippi and Dr. and Mrs. R. G.I I Those assisting in serving were were Donnie Lancaster and Wayne M
Tischer, Starkville, Mississippi {I Mrs. William Barber and Mrs. i i Jacobs.

and families. Hunter Kirby of Rock Hill and I Given in marriage by her lather 11
Mr. and Mrs. John L Gregory, Mrs. Astor Plemmens Jr., aunt of I the brunette bride was radiant I $I- Samsonite Luggage -
and children, John, Bruce and
the bride of Sylva. I in her wedding gown of frosty
I Kim, will leave Sunday for Atlanta For a wedding trip to the 'j I[ white Chantilly lace and silk tulle. p Gorham International, Lunt & Heirloom Sterling
I to spend Christmas with South, the bride wore a white IA deep-V front waistline enhanced
Mrs. Gregory's parents, Mr. and wool sheath with matching accessories the fitted lace bodice designed Silver

Mrs. C. L Bromley. 'I and the orchid from with a rounded neckline of reera- 3
i' Mr. and Mrs. Gary Upton will her bouquet. I broidered floral lace medallions Prince Gardner Billfolds ,
f : leave Friday to spend the holidays Mrs. Rawls is a graduate of I I centered with irrideseent clusters. J44 "

I with their parents, Mr. and Sylva-Webster High school, Classof I[ Long tapered sleeves ended in 9 Bulova and Wittnouer Watches Vt
I ARROWTIES i: Mrs. Winford Forbes and family Sixty Three and is now attend. points over the wrist. The bouffant [ m

I and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Upton and ing King's College in Charlotte, .I skirt was poised over a hoopof t Diamond Bridal Sets Diamond Princess
I family all of Columbia, Mississippi North Carolina. layered starched net ruffles.A .
AND HANDKERCHIEFS The bridegroom is a graduateof short lace peplum at the waistline f Rings
I Miss Linda Greggs and Miss Fernandina Beach High School ,' complemented the tiers of ,

.[Janice Hilburn will leave Friday and is presently employed with 1 I' ruffled silk tulle banded in scalloped Fostorio Fenton & Swedish Glassware
I $1.50 35c to speni Christmas with their Bowaters Carolina Corporation at [ Chantilly lace forming the ,
up up i parents in Monroe, Louisana. Catawba, South Carolina. skirt front. A deep ruffle of silk < '
I Pres Jameson plans to spend The couple will reside on tulle banded in lace extended I S Haviland, Bavarian & English China

1 t Christmas at the home of his Mount Gallant Road in Rock Hill,' from a voluminous lace apron I
Favorite gifts for your favorite mo''oshion.righlI ; parents in Walterboro, South South Carolina upon their return. poised in soft folds from tiny Anson Men's Jewelry
I accessories! See our distinctive holiday collection I Carolina.e( pleats at the back waistline. She r 'f, .

of ties in smart fabrics and colors A2-e Paul Ste&nson' .. Seymour carried a white Bible topped witha '> Ronson & Zippo Lighters
solids and with Arrow I Johnson Air I patterns. Complete his gift Forp holidays. Tayloris corsage of white orchids. .
handkerchiefs fresh whites, correct colors, j boro N. C will arrive this week.I I Mrs. Milton's daughter.Mr. Immediately following the ceremony % Sheaffer Pen & Pencil Sets
neat borders.PARTIN'S. ''end to spend part of the Christ- aril Mrs. Eason Bennett I a reception was held in the .. Ji
t I mas: holiday wi(8H3&; parents, and daughters, Sheryl and Kathy i'I Social Hall of the church. I I JEWELRY .
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Stevenson.Mr. arrived Tuesday from San Jose,I i Mrs. Jacobs greeted guests in Hope Pictures

and Mrs. C. P. Rutishauser, California to spend the holidays a suit of winter white, worn with
317 Atlantic Ave.
i Pearls
I I Jr. will arrive Friday to spend with Mr. Bennett's parents, Mr.II!brown accessories. Her. corsage .It Deltah
the holidays with Mr. Rutishaus- and Mrs. U. E. Bennett. i was a white orchid. jJ opm EVENINGSUNTIL <"
er's parent, Mr and Mrs. C. P. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Bennett Mrs. Burgess chose a suit of : .' .r Hummel Figurines
I Rutishauser, Sr. and Julian, Jr. will arrive next I Dior blue for her son's wedding.She CHRISTMAS
f Mrs. Mabel Milton will leave week from Orlando for a Christ-I' wore black accessories and and many others
.. Atlantic Avenue Phone 261-4241 Frida7 for Washington, D. C. anda mas visit with their ,i an orchid corsage. ,:
I I visit with Mr. and Mrs. Charles and Mrs. C. V. Howell and Mr. :Miss Gail Duncan and Miss I .
{I ,. H. Taylor of Arlington for the and Mrs. U. E. Bennett e.- Sandra Barrow.poured punch,and :. ,'

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;ELsix News-Leader, Fernandina.Beach, Florida-Thursday, December 19, 1963
,. Students of Dance "There are many people in this ly remove all' the credit cards
country who would have a much I from it." B. J. Dahl, Chewelah

Director Of Civil proval Board of of Commissioners the Nassau Count, sue:! Chorus Feted At r9 Will Appear I In fatter----wallet if they would-- simp- (Wash.-)-Independent.--
;: ; ..
.- -'. minimum equipment as is foun "Nutcracker Suite"The v.n \ C a 1. n.\

.'(,Continued,. from Page One) necessary for the augmentation Coffee
*+* of the resources of the students of the Julanne
Tt.ston's letter, as received county and/or the municipal kt School of the Dance under the
yesterday by Circuit Court ClerVDrO. ties to meet emergency cond : Friday direction of Julanne Owens, will
: Oxley, who is also clerk to tions. This proviso does no present Tchaikowsky's "Nutcracker -
{he< commission, is as follows: restrict the Civil Defense D ", "J Suite Ballet" for their parents,
,-' 18 December 19C? rector from procuring sue After presenting ,,8 concert of as their annual Christmas story

Board of County Commissioners equipment or supplies as ca easonal selections, termed beau- ballet at the Recreation Center
) Kissau County, Florida be obtained ,by the expenditurof iful by those who attended, the"Voman's .i the afternoon of December 19. '
Club Chorus honor-
Fernsndina Beach, Florida funds within the budget established Mrs. Guy Dudley will provide
d at an after-show coffee Tues r
the Board '
Gentlemen: o accompaniment on the piano. Mrs.
lay evening at the home of :Mr.
4 I County Commissioners. Or,
Faith Britton, instructor of the"Children's
In (the interim I will accept the ind Mrs Mercury Kavoukhs.
does this restrict thf
proviso Arts Thea.tre"
restrictions imposed upon Civil Refreshments were served by Puppet \
Civil Defense Director from )
defense operations and will honor the executive board of the Wo- will narrate the story using \ .k
procuring such equipment or .
her marionette Claire the little
TOUT request to remain as Civil man's Club.
supplies as can be obtained girls. The students will dance
Defense Director of Nassau
the evening the
During group
from the State Agency for Sur
County. However, I call the following selections: "The
your at. listened to a recording of the
plus Property"It Overture," "The March "
tentioifto the
following: program in which they had par.
is earnestly and sincerely requested "
By resolution of 20 February ticipated earlier. Sugar Plum Fairy, "The Arab-
lOGl the Board of County Commissioners that you reconsider the One of the special highlightsof >: t z ian Dance," "The Trepak," "Dance, \\
restrictions imposed and allow of the Reed Flutes," "Chinesee \
established the Nassau the evening's program was the I j jY
County. Civil Defense Council. the procurement by the Nassau policies County established Civf inging ,of Edward Doe, guest I. MRS. GEORGE WINANS sits surrounded by the childrenof Dance and the" famous "Waltz!

This Resolution also makes the Defense Council 1 1961to soloist her own imagination, born of creativity and hard of the Flowers.
on April
Nassau. County Civil Defense remain in effect. Participating in the programwere wcrk. 1Irs.'inans' "Pixie dolls" as she calls them, number Students scheduled to participate -
Director "responsible within the Mrs. Angel Davis, Mrs. Kay are as follows: Roxie Childs,
Respectfully, in the hundreds and will probably appear in many aSanta's
policies and directives of the Civil Dowless, Mrs. Betty Sue Dun Linda White, Judy Hahn, Jane
Walter J. Preston Jr. Christmas
bag on eve.
Defense' Council for the organization ham, Mrs. Emma Sue Ellisor, Philips, Debbie Wilson, Catherine
.and Ann Britton, Sharon Lewis,
plans for Civil Defense Mrs Flora Mitchell, Mrs. Haide ,
within ,Nassau County. On April Bryant Funeral Bell Townsend, Mrs. Maria Sell-I Susan Davis, Robin O'Leary,
f 1951 the Nassau County Civil "rs, Mrs. Betty Waas, Mrs. Peg- [Nimble Fingers Work As Santa's Helper Nancy Cenek, Maryam Millsaps,I
''I Defense Council issued its Con. .V Bond, Miss Ruth Cox Mrs.I Kim Gregory, Betsy Davis, Lucy
t: !pt Directive.? This directive readsin (Continued from Page One) Katherine Dotson, Miss Judy Fus- I BY LINDA CRAFT Vittarie, Lisa ,Owens, Cliff Fox,

part: Honorary pallbearers were, sell, Miss Jean Hanna, Mrs. Lula Jeff Lloyd ..

"d.. Procedure, or caused to be John Young, William Darden, Kavouklis, Mrs. Marge Leuschner, Not exactly "a rag, a bone, and At that time she lived on a i Eddie Justice, Peggy Galphin, ,', :,..,.. ,_ \ .
I ,
procured, with the concurrence John Hossman, Ira Holton, Clayton Mrs. Ann Mottayaw\ Mrs. Flo a hank of hair," but from materials I farm near,Starke and did her Vicki Wilsher; Sam Millsaps, .n
or-,the Nassau County Civil Wesber, Frank Jones, Kenwood Flenniken, Mrs. Cris Haddock, I as simple as these, Mrs. sewing in her spare time. Unless. Sharian Wilsher, Marsha Greg- JOHN D. WITHER chairman
Defense Council and the ap-I White, Ray Simmons, Gar Mrs. Ruth Hunt, Mrs. Rosanna I George Winans creates, monkeys, it rained, she waited until evening : arthy, Louise Britton, Betsy Phi- the Jaycee "Tojs forTots"
drive is shown
' land Sherrold, Willie Weather. Oliver, and Mrs. Florence Partin.I.I tigers,. leopards, puppy dogs, I when .the farm chores were: lips, Julie Lee, Brenda Kinser, here as he accepts toys collected
ington, Billy Ward, Jerry Keith, Mrs Emerson Mitchell was so- I Santas, kittens, teddy bears, Pjn-I finished Julie Lasserre, Fran Watson, Sally and repaired by the Good Samaritans at their workshop
: Manuel Katz and Pat Patterson, orano soloist. occhioes, one cow, a polo cat !I In l'J40, Mrs. Winans was em White, Julanne Owens, Mary in the Elm Street Center. Standing left to right, from
DOZIER & GAY all officials or employes of Food Mrs. A. C. McInnis, music I named Patricia, and a fuzzy yel-| ployed at Camp Blanding in Julia Brewton, Gertrude Douglass, Wilsher are, Leroy Williams, Alex Baker, and Lewis Fai-

Fair, Inc.Motorist. chairman of the Woman's Club, low duck, in addition to hundreds i[ Starke as a tailor. While she was Gladys Douglass, Donna Sims, son. Front row, left to right, Clarence Harvey, Francis
PAINT was the director, and accompaniment of "Pixie dolls. I j there she was honored as she Margaret Pikula. Mote, and Gljnn Pope.

t Takes was provided by Mrs. Guy I Just last year, Mrs.I took her 100,000th stitch altering Anna Vittarie, Cindy O'steen, -

'Best For The South'CHECK Dip Dudley on the piano and Chuck !Winans began collecting' real hair I II uniforms for the men. Camp Candy Robison, Patty Arsenault,
Jones on the drum. Blanding, an army base duringthe Patsy Britton, Maria Deonas, Sal
--?- (Continued from Page One) I from beauty shops, ordered faced I second World War, has since ly Johnson, Beth Long, Gail Gal- 6RWC6 CTATfON 1 My Car Was
from Chicago, made satin bodies,
OUR car was lifted about 4 a.m. The lust Ramblin'Continued 1 felt hands and feet, and used I Ii then become a National Guard phin, Janice Tiner, Lynn Bryan, ,
incident occurred about 9 p.m. 1 Post. Penriy Britton, Kathy Miller,
PRICESShields and make the
wire reinforce
Other than Bodine, officers at i to Since moving to Five Points in Connie Entzminger, Frances

t. --o- I the scene were City Officers Ro. ( from Page One) I I began dolls and another animals project.flexible That, and is 1945 she has pursued her various I Bradley, Lori Pyron, Chris Bo- Really Dirty..
bert Mott and Bobby Moore and I hobbies. Her children are grown, hannon, and Cindy Justice.Julanne's .
i Grocery i Deputy Emory Walker. where he was. When he got back, another in addition to her coin her orchids growing, her Chihuahua -.
School of the Dance When The Wind
'I Skin divers who located and he didn't know just where he had I collection, (she) is president of barking, and she sewing.
will be closed for Christmas holidays -
211 ATLANTIC AVE. assisted in raising the car were been. And he did it all with other 1 the coin and stamp club) stamp The creations range from hats and will January 6. Blew Grass Seed
PHONE 261.9033 Clark Brookins, James Lee and people's money. There might be collection, and gardening hobby, and handbags, and dolls, to a 3 ;. reopen
I I II Ii Gene McCall. some who would say that the Gen I housed in a medium sized green foot, brown plastic monkey. The During this period, Mrs. Owens From The Yard

i oese seaman would have_ .been.. a. house where she has some 250 orchid dolls may be blond, brunette,: will be completing a ballet musical -, On I tf!
H.O 0 .
I t whale of a politician had he lived plants growing.The black headed, or sport red hair, "Project," the details of
"., today. small suits called for on curley or straight. Some of her i which will be announced at a later -
If Your Car t Is Dirty and Needs Expert
the dolls are no problem to Mrs.I customers have their dolls madeto date. The project is for her
Healthy Living Winans for she has "been sew- order with some of their own brother, "Buddy" May of Holly r Attention Before Christmas, We Believe -
I Christmas Seals ing all her life she taught j hair or their children's.The wood, California, who is the husband -
Many people, especially women, have been told that herself." She started in earnest I prices run from $1.95 to of the former June Jerome, ) You Would Be Well Satisfied

the basic cause of their trouble is "Nenes and that (Continued From Pace One) when she began sewing for her! $9.95. The $9.95 is for the monkey, daughter of M. K. Jerome, musical With One of Our Wax, Porcelainizeor
they will just have to control themselves and not let children. She saw pictures in it looks so real that the family director of Warner Bros. Studios
their "Down through the years each catalogues, sat down and cut out I has become attached to it and and composer of such hits as I Polish Jobs.
nerves get the best of them. This is much like tel. '
county has usually maintained a : patterns from which she made would hate to part with it. "Some Sunday Morning," and
ling a person with the toothache to ,disregard the pain tuberculosis association, mailed j I clothes. I Mrs. Winans enjoys her occu- "Little Buckeroo." LASSERRE MOTOR CO.
and they wiil be alright. It is impossible for the ex Christmas Seals each year and I II ) pation as something of a Santa's;

tremely nervous individual to control such a condition I used the funds from them to at- helper, but declares that her i! "Never place a woman on a
until the cause has been removed and nature has made tack TB right at home. This Completes Advance "workshop" is small and she will pedestal. Makes it too easy for ESSO SERVICE STATIONYour

the necessary correction. worked well in larger counties but be glad when her creations are her to kick you in the teeth." -
1 smaller ones had a problem."In filling stockings rather than carpeting I John W. Richards, Pageland (S.I Ford Dealer Since 1910
Chiropractic research has determined a naturalcure many smaller counties it "A her living room floor, C.) Journal.
- for many nerve conditions.. Why continue 'to live cost more to conduct the Christ Training q

in continuous agony when Chiropractic may be able to mas Seal Campaign that such a ie"e".ee".e.e.'e.'GQ..e. 8.1

help jour case? campaign returned. This was not' > .
.' the fault of any one or of any

t I Hours the mismanagement.case of an unworkable It was simply1 ratio.I .t., Ff : Holiday Meat Specials

J Mon., Wed., Fri. "To ease this situation the A
fi Y concept of an area organizationto i
9.12 & 2.6I fight TB and finance research I e s

into being. Several countieswere I f o, FROZEN.
came .y oa e
I 131 is
Kings Street
I joined with a common cen :
[. : eI
, : Phone 729-5644 tral office and clerical staff toi i ,-i. I ,
4 handle detail work that could be;, ::1 _

\ Kingsland, GeorgiaDR. costly to a small county trying ,
I DUCK 39c -
to increase donations by getting I -
out a larger mailing." t
C, R. CROCKER DR, T. A. OWEN Mrs. Lavery explained that this ikt --
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is what happened with Nassau I I

County. The Tuberculosis and Respiratory < .,, I IS TURKEY DRUMSTICKS lb. 29c
: rdh -
Kingsland Chiropractic Clinic Disease Association of I : ( ,: :
Northeast Florida was formed of '

"Associated with Owen Chiropractic ten counties with headquarters in I Camp Lejeune, N. C. (FHTNC) W BLUE RIBBON BEEF .
Jacksonville where clerical l work ,- Marine Private First Clan;
Clinic of Jacksonville"" is handled, but governed by a I I Kermit L. Keiter, son of Mr. an 1 : CHUCK ROAST Ib.'j"; 48c }
board of directors composed of ,. Mrs. Kermit E. Keiter of 2307: j ,

equal representation from each'I South Fletcher Ave., completed I BONELESS- : e
- --+--- ,
I county. advanced combat training with : I'
"We are a part of this Association the First Infantry Training Regi ; 3
1 ," Mrs. Lavery explained, ment, Camp Lejeune, N. C. Oct. : -
"With equal voice with the other J 28. I '
I 604 Atlantic Avenue
nine counties through our representative -I! This four-week course is the I : PORK" S
directors. last phase of basic Marine training -
\ 77jf77j1 / "Our letters were mailed from and covers small unit tactics
Jacksonville for reasons of eco and live firing of under I :
weapons FRESH Pound Box CANADIAN ]Ib. DELICIOUS RED 2lbs. :
nomy. The return envelopes bearing simulated combat conditions. : :
j your contribution throughyour The Regiment graduates thousands I ) )
purchase of these Christmas of combat-ready Marino ; : Cranberries 25c Rutabagas 6c Apples 29c :

Seals are addressed back to our into the "Force in Readiness'"I
local box here in Fernandina each year.Yulee I 4/ 2-f
Beach. These funds go into a I : KILN DRIED 3 IBs. CRISP PASCAL r'

common treasurery contributions of the asso- : Youths Sweet Potatoes 39c I 15c :
ciation but your are Celery ,
o. used right here in Nassau county Complete Basic At :
: as needed. -
e (rt "Actually, it gives us more !Great Lakes NAS e 46 oz. LIBIIYS OR FF 29 oz. LIBBY'S CALIF. 4 for NIBLETS 6 Can Cello Bag _

O Y funds to fight TB in our county I Great Lakes, Ill. (FHTNC) _! Halves or I Whole.
RI before. If the need
growing ever out of an increase in TB Barney Strickland, Jr., son of Tomato Juice 1 19c Peaches Slices $1 1 Corn Kernel tI

Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Strickland' __ .
I and any other respiratory ills requires -- -
( art! Rodney M. Camp, son of, Mr. .
you have more contributed money this in year Nassau than and Mrs. Edward C. Campbell all ,: e Chase & Sanborn Instant 10 oz. jar ]t! Bakerite or Fyne Bake 3 lb. can .
of Yulee, completed basic training
f Mids atl
I I county, the extra money is therein
. our common treasury for us to Nov. 15, at the "Naval Training' : i 58c w
| use, made possible by the greater Center, Great Lakes, III Coffee 99'iShortening

) 1 PRICE INCLUDES I potential of an area campaign. The nine-week training includes I' J .
DELIVERY AND i "At no time since the organiza- naval orientation, history and organization .
CONNECTION !i tion of this ten county association seamanship, ordnance i j -
TO SUBURBAN PROPANE I has any request for funds to deal and gunnery, military drill phy-l! FYNE TASTE-303 Can 2For"t:<, ; .

p r GAS SERVICEOR with TB cases been denied any sical fitness, first aid and sur-l I .: :;
I health department or qualifiedunit vivaL! 1 Cranberry Sauce 25' oar ;

1 (9.95( DOWN AND! 26 MONTHS TO PAY dealing with such cases. Doctors During the training recruits i!' -''' ' and others in hospitals and receive tacts and interviews which I. TURItM'( n"Y I II : : ,. ', j. _
health departments throughoutthe determine their future assign f \
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Pirates Defeat /72-53 Score Over Hilliard TrimsIFernandina I 11 I News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursday, December 19, 1963 Page Seven,

Lake Butler 71-49 Orange Park Gives 71-52 1 ::3Ie :: f' day night when they won their I er cheerleaders, majorettes, etc. you and we hope to get the chanceto

'. fourth basketball game of the Many are home from college' see all of you while! you are 011
season. Richard Sapp, Ronnie"while others are home from the1 I Isence. your short vacation. .
For Third Win Pirates 4th WinBY For First LossBY 5 Sapp Mike Cook and Joe Thrift,, If we tried to name I ..;

hit the double figures in scoring !i names, we would miss someone j _

BY CURT GORDON CURT GORDON CURT GORDON for the night. 'H I therefore, welcome home to all of I More_Sports Page 8 : ;1
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Mike Cook, six-four Fernandina ( The Fernandina Beach Pirates +I The undefeated Hilliard Red ,- p :(!: J The Pirates will be in Starke ;I I t trr

forward led the Pirates' to a 71- used the entire squad in handing Flashes handed the Pirates their \'n"oJ. Friday and Saturday nights for a pI i p ,
49 basketball victory over the the Orange Park Raiders 72- I first loss of the ,
a basketball season ,, :+ + Christmas Basketball Tournament ,
Union County High team from | 53 basketball .w...'.' s J"A'f' : .'. '
defeat here Tuesday last Friday night when they scored .t ; with Green Cove Springs, Bolles
take Butler. Cook racked up 24 I night. The victory was the a 71-52 victory over the Pi. ; 'Y. "' %'.",.f/i:o ," ,.' ".:' ;:! -it; <.,., l. :.!< and Starke. The winners of the ..
points in leading the Pirates .y l. 1
to fourth in five starts for the Pirates i j <'"
rates. The '
close *
game a contest '* games played on Friday night!
their third victory of the basketball and was a Keystone Con. for the first two periods, but 'il.. ,, )il, !. will p'afor! the title Saturday i! 1
campaign against one loss. ference win.Ronnie m "Ie
I I'the Flashes pulled away midway 2" '" '' ", night, while the losers will battle
Fernandina took a commandinglead and Richard Sapp got I the third quarter to"' go on to in a consolation game. or every man :
in the game with a 17-point the Pirates off to a good begin I'their sixth victor>: .of y' the cam- -" i
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in the second
spree quarter while ning by scoring 6 points apiece in I paign. -
take Butler, scored only 5 points. the first quarter 185. Mike Cook I Hilliard held a narrow 17-15 wr: We are getting favorable response I

This gave the Pirates a 34-16 took the scoring reigns in the I margin after the firi'eight minutes t. .' concerning to remarks efforts we have made ; on your gift
halftime lead. towardget|
second period to 6 '
score points I of play and the game continued rM
ting Fernandina
The Union County boys bounc- and lead Fernandina to a 36.14 to be close during the second o : our Band to j
I u the World's Fair r1't
d back in the third halftime next May. Everyone -:
(/ quarter to I lead. : quarter. The halfjlme whistle
agree that it is going to
outscore the Pirates 22.18 and I Coach Bob Stover used his found the Flashes leading by the
reserves Fyn. take a lot of money and hard I
+' Y
narrow the lead. Fernandina
came score of 3127. It.grad the third a
most of the second half of work, but they think as I do, thatit
back in the final quarter however, quarter of the when Hilliard a' K h.
the and the game
game Pirates scored can be done. Our Band is good
to score 17 points while Lake Butler I
17 points to the third period racked up 21 points while Fer- enough to be recognized by the.
scored 11, to make the final I
nandina scored that Hil-
j' while the Raiders scored 14. The only'i1 State to represent Florida at the :
score 7149. final eight minutes found Orange liard took a good lead and the NOLAN GILL is shown with two of the six deer killed Fair and we just can't believe :

Ronnie Sapp, who received a'' Park scoring 26 points while Fer score was 52-41 after three per. by his hunting party December 1st through 11th. The that the Fernandina people aren't I

cut over the eye during the con.I nandina scored 19. iods. party included, Joe Mi\on, J. S. Mi\on, H. L. McDonald, going to try to send these young i

test, took runnerup honors in : Ronnie Sapp topped the Fer-I Hilliard scored 19'points in the E. A. Davies, Nolan Gill, Johnny Burch, Tommy Adkins, sters to New York. The Band deserves -j

scoring, with 18 points for the nandina scorers with 15 points ; final quarter while" Fernandma Ed Robinson, Gene Fachko, ,Bob Fussell, Bill Dopson, and the trip, New York de..t l li

Pirates, with Richard Sapp com while Richard Sapp and Mike scored 11 to end the game 7152. Fred Da\ies. The point count on the six deer totaled 41. ;i serves the chance, to see our band 1 1I !
ing through with 10 ,
Jimmy Thomas led points.the Union Cook scored 14. Joe Thrift added N. Conner, displaying a deadly The hunters found their deer in West Crandall pastureand j and Fernandina .deserves. the pub- J
11, Benny Alvarez 5, Steve Beck shot from the corner of the court, between i! licity. I R r1I'
Hilliard grade and the St.
County team with 25 points with Marjs River.r' %
': ett 5, Ted Steger 4, Richard Stomas and Paul Haddock, push-shot artist ft 1 j
10. i :
Larry Clyatt scoring 2, and Mitchell Ferreira 2. from around the circle, led the ,
I We of former
see our ]
The Fernandina B team trounced .2. / : many
Flashes in scoring with 21 points! ; .
Terry Jackson led the Raiders Fernandina athletes around town 1
the Lake Butler B team in the r
preliminary same 6129. to keen with 12 points. apiece. r Axe'r ; for the holidays along with formCOME t -
their record -for the The preliminary game was a Mike Cook, big Fernandina for- .
season even '
closer ball game with Fernandina ward, led the Pirates in scoring ; I 1 i ia
with the varsity at three wins .4e { .
with 14 while Joe Thrift I f
and loss. I I edging Orange Park in the B points ,
one M 't x +
o Pee Wee Nobles scored 16 game, 40-36. i was a close second in scoring with ;_ .

points to lead the Pirates in scoring PeeWee Nobles scored 19 pointsto 13 points. Ronnie Sapp fouled out 1 (. .
lead the Pirates with of the ball game and scored only
with Barry Rice scoring 9, Barry i
Hank Bailey 8, Jim Corbett and Rice scoring 9, Beryl Rice 6,i j7 during the contest. 1u

Beryl Rice, 6, Mike Conner 5, Hank Bailey 4 and Jim Corbett 2. I Hilliard sank seventy-five percent r.'Mu'a j

Harry Mills 4, Billy Miller 3, Friday night Fernandina will I of their free shots, making !I t a \ ? :
Steve Beville 2 and Charles Burns travel to Starke to take part ina 19 of 12 while Fernandina scoredon I i vtr"'rr' \\t

t 2. Christmas Tournament with 12 of 23 for 52 percent from f If .:"
!I If
the charity line.
BOX SCORE Green Cove! Springs, Bolles and BLAKE
f Fernandina fg ft tp Starke. I i In the preliminary game the rv.d !
Fernandina Beach B team edged
I Rie Sapp 4 2 10j' in .
M. Cook 11 2 24 Fernandina fg ft tp : the Hilliard B team, 28-27, in a +7de w x beautifulpastel

j' Ron Sapp 5 8 18': Ric. Sapp 6 2 14 close battle from the beginningto SEE THE ONLY A .
Thrift 3 0 61! Cook 6 2 14 I II the final whistle. I !: i

Steger 0 3 3 +I Ron. Sapp 5 5 15 Barry Rice was the leading shades .. .
Alvarez 3 0-) 6 (I Thrift 4 3 11 I scorer for Fernandina with 11 TRULY ECONOMICAL Blue

Beckett 2 0 4 i Steger 2 0 4 points with Pee Wee Nobles sec Champagne-
Schomas 0 0 0 i i Alvarez 2 1 5 ond with 8 points. Beryl Rice HEAT PUMP popular I collars I in ,

Totals : 29 15 71 Beckett 2 1 5 scored 3, Hank Bailey 2, Harry j Seaspray
I Schomas 0 2 2 I Mills 2, Billy Miller 1 and Mike I !
Lake Butler 'Ig ft tp Ferreira 1 0 2 Conner 1.
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BOB FUSSELL, of 813 Stanley Drive, is shown with
Thomas 11 3 25 Howard\ 0 0 0 Mike Allison led the young ;: a I Q&&ttai
Clyatt 5 0 10 I Totals 28 16 72 ; Hilliard team with 17 points with I 10-point buck he shot while hunting on Rayonier property I -.J .
REddish 0 2 2 : 'Carhle Conner scoring 7 and Tom i in the Crandall area.Sports. HEAT PUMP WEATHERMAKER

Robinson 0 1 1 Orange Park fg It tp Buchanan scoring 3. Ambassador shirts of .
Exclusive "climate balance" ,
I Farriih 3 0 G Eckert 1 1 .3 BOX SCORE
Hansen 2 2 6 I provides maximum efficiency ,1
Lockerman 2 1 5 s
i Fernandina fg ft tp
r Roberts 0 0 0 Barth low 5 1 11 Ric. Sapp 3 0 6 the whole range of operating ,I 100% cotton.Supima9Manhattan
Matherson 5 0 10 temperature-winter and summed I
Totals 21 5 49 I'M. Cook 3 8 14 SIants I

Fernandina 17 17 18 17 71I] Weaver 4 3 11 Ron. Sapp 3 1 7 ( Heats, cools and dehumidifies 'f
} 49'' Jackson 5 2 12 Thrift 5 3 13 t your entire home \using only air
Union Co. 11 5 22 11
Totals 22 9 53 'I tailors the famous champagne ofcottol
I Steger .,2 0 4 I I and electricity-no fuel lines, no
: BY CURT Gal!DON tanks, I extra-long-staple Supima in smart
: Alvarez 0 0 0 storage no water no
Trade"AfHoneH flDdina.18 1817,19.Orange 7 [Beckejt. t-. *. *:''- 4' 0 8 "_ -D >, f plumbing, no chimney 1, .collar. styles for ,every man. \Ve have: a. full ,

Park 5 91126 531! Schomas 0 0' 0 range of these silky smooth shirts. Make
I The Fernandina Beech Pirates especially after the season; Jack. Cuts cost 3 ways with lower first your
lost their first basketball game sonville, had at the gate last year. cost, lower installation costs and selection early. He'll look and feel his best

I of the season last Friday night if ft lower operating costs 1 IIt's this Christmas in Manhattan Ambassador.

when the Hilliard Red Flashes Bill McRae, former Fernandina the heat for low-cost
i defeated them 71-52. The victory baseball star, has been invited to pump
year-round comfort. let tell
I was the sixth straight for Hil the Kansas Training us $5.00BAILEY'S
City Spring -
FERNANDINA BEACH I I you about itl! .
liard in the young season. The I Camp at Daytona Beach in

Q Pirates made a real game of it February McRae has just
I JUrrr flJIjristntas
most of theajr ,but Hilliard jed from two weeks ( retum-j, I
"JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWN r pulled away in the final quarter. 'Spud Chandler's Baseball
ft ft at West Palm Beach where he L. B. REESE i

.. & BEACHES" Interest in baseball will probably made a good impression on the
!baseball scouts watching the boys R'
I Plumbing
be better in this area next I
Furnished By These Merchants and Business MenGeorge's workout.
Directory i
since the Minnesota Twins
season i i ft 1104 South 8th St. I Atlantic at Seventh
have' dropped Dallas-Fort Worth:
Speaking of baseball, a local PHONE 261-4892
as Triple-A club and added I
Suburban minister encountered a local player ,
the Atlanta Crackers. Atlanta _
FLORIDA'SFIRST take once and asked him why it is :
; will spring training

1 Machine Shop GOLF COURSE j Propane Gas Co. I ville: and will during be playing the regular in Jackson.season. :: that Sundays.his team Sunday always is our played biggest on j j I: ; !\)4\) a11a1a! ) a1\; ) 'hfftfhft'ft'hffcf 'fta*! *fi i

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the "We
SERVING ALL : Jack McKeon will be the man- day, replied player. get
I 2 N. FRONT ST. the ,biggest crowds and take in
EXCELLENT YOUR NEEDS IN : ager and Buck Chamberlain will : 5? *
Machine Work 18-HOLE LP GAS AND i more than likely be the trainer i iI the most money. After all, Sunday a 1
GAS APPLIANCES | for the club. We imagine Jack-! i is your biggest day too,
I Welding, BrazingMarine LINKS sonville hopes it will stimulate isn't ti?" CHUCK'S TV v3

Repairs 7 South 7th St. enough interest to carry about : "There's a difference," the 5?

Phone 261-3661 half of Fernandina over every j'minister said, "I'm in the right 3M
Special Service To Atlanta field on Sundays." "So am I," rejjiicu -'
: time comes to the city,
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Trawlers T IDES I r 1: ,1 1. 1ft." uA..a n; '+ n.n
Shrimp rI I I lite VI",)C1, "u AU1. iuc
T. H. KING I (
All Work Guaranteed 'Totals 20 12 52 '!sun hell out there." ( 2

Open 8 a.m. too p.m. at JETTIES PHOTO SHOP i Hilliard fg ft tp''|I ft ft i H as "Sa
''N. Conner 9 3 21 .\ Some fishing news this past <
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Monday Saturday Add 30 Minutes Far Roll Processing I! D. Crews 0 0 0 i'week i as Porter Barnard tried his I > 1 "S

}i Phone Day 261.3711 Fernandint Harbor Developing & Printing !IP. Haddock .9. 3 21 luck and came in with 48 nice j J '

Night 2615338BE HIGH LOW Kodak Film | Higginbotham 3 3 9 trout. 'Others have been having < A Complete Selection ofYou'll

Photo SuppliesMovieColored i Copps 4 0 8 I good luck from Porter's Fish I ( 2

Friday, Dec 20 1 ,fa Regular West 1 0 2 I Camp and fishing continues to be ] 2
WISE.I 10:46 a.m. 4:38: a.m. Weddings Davis 0 0 0 good from the surf. Mrs. Porter'didn't *] 2

11:05: p.m. 5:30: Portraits by Appointment Only j Howard 4 0 8 ; get all the names of the
p.m. i T. Conner 0 0 0 fishermen bringing in nice catches -( g have a "Record" Christmas if music 2iv
"Porcelainize"LASTS I Studios At 504 Ash St. your
Saturday, Dec. 21 Stokes 1 0 2 : but she says the live shrimp ,I I
11:32 a.m. 5:27: a.m. Phone 261-4586 Totals 31 9 71 are making catches better and i

3 OR 4 TIMES 11:56: p.m. 6:18: p.m. 'Fernandina 15 12 14 11 52 they have plenty of them at the I \ comes from our wide selection the most complete

Hilliard 17 14 21 19 71 present time. .
LONGER THANORDINARY Sunday, Dec. 22 Rowland's ; _, -trtr ft. ,

I WAX JOB 6:20: a.m. UPHOLSTERY : The Gator Bowl- Basketball : J g stock of records ever seen in Fernandina a

12:22: p.m. 7.09: p.m. UQUOKTOONSIY I Tournament and the Gator Bowl I II *
, Monday, Dec. 23 OR'REPAIR D.C. LAND A HE W1UUU* football game are just about on i; Beach.
NEW COVERINGS I L'sThe Basketball Tournament'!
12:53: 7:21
a.m. '
FIRMTLRCOR will be played in the Coliseum!; 4
S. 8th St. Ph. 1:19 p.m. 8:06: p.m. e next Thursday and Friday with I
261-3819 NEW SEAT COVERS \ I '' j: Over 1 1,000 Different Selections!
) Tuesday, Dec. 24 FOR TOUR' I the football game on Saturday v
AUTO I Manhattan, Florida State, Florida i eI
1:54: a.m. 8:25: a.m. (8 tilJi
I '.):.'>.1 p.m. 9.03: .m.FREE ESTIMATES and the Air Force Academy will : I In
Going Fishing I ? Wednesday: D. 25 "'e Pick Up and Deliver I be North in the Carolina basketball will play battle the while Air I '" and Hi-Fi

2:59: a.m. 9:21: a.m. Force in the football attraction. V a I
For Porter Lovequist
3:28 10:01: It should be a fine week of RELIGIOUS CHRISTMAS. POPULAR COUNTRY
p.m. I
) Complete Line p.m. ) :
Of Contractors f
General #
..... / sports. g WESTERN JAZZ. AND CLASSICS f'
Fishing Tackle Thursday, Dec. 26 SPECIALTIES ,L Jr.p1 ft ft ft M
Rods Reels 4:03: a.m. 10:33: a.m. had another first
WOODWORKING Iii We almost v
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Outdoor Camping 4:31 p.m. 10:58 p.m. PLASTIC SURFACING t i last Sunday after the New York-

Equipment CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS I Pittsburgh pro football game.,
Friday, Dec. 27 KITCHEN AND BATH I, One of the fans was hanging on j! J For Last Minute b
FIRESTONE I 5:14 a.m. 11:34: a.m. REMODELINGComplete II I f!the cross bar of the goal *">;t !i, J, Jhat

5:32: p.m. 11:53: p.m. Showroom Ii ;After the game when the fans "7

BEACH SUPPLY( For Color Coordination i I were tearing the posts down and j 141 Christmas Gift.
Tidei Council "If they'd give eocS side o boll .
I 112 Atlantic I AYe another fellow grabbed hold of
26MJ32 261-3068 wouldn't! have i 1/5
CNn 4: G-rrietie. Survey Phone they to i
fight over if : his pants. He was well on his way II i j
''to I losing his pants when he de-1 $1 We have a full line of Tape Recorders Tapes -

cided it would'be better to turn *

FUN IN THE SUN fl THE 1WME TV loose camera and drop gave to us the a ground.good luck The :; '>:j Radios, Portable and Console Stereos Tele-

mom and we imagine that cold air gave; *;

'f", AT FERNANDINA BEACH FLORIDA OLDEST weren't the guy a where good they hint that should his be.pant :'j &< visions, Black and White and COLOR.

." 1 I 1V Coach Bob Stover's Pirates g Corner Ash and 6th Streets !{

GOLFING AND JUST PLAIN "LIVIN' ''didn't have too much trouble with j v?.
I+ the Orange Park Raiders Tues-1 I i &j: ?; Ig .ft!

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\Pie-Eight News-Leader,-Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursday, December 19- 19G3 .. ---- --- [J!' "vr.r..l'"I1ILrlL ,!

Bowling League i!I CityBowling -jKAC 1I I 1 Leading In i t t 1 It I f f.I j 1

....' Jacksonville League
Classic : -
I ,I I
..."-- Week of 12-11 LeagueI The Kraft Athletic Club's basketball i I
I team is leading the Com :
mercial League in Jacksonville'
Tear Standings W L Pin'i 1! Week of 12.11
i two straight basketball vie- i
No. 3 22 11 15106 Total{i I tones.KAC. I
No. 2 19 14 15306 I
Team StandingsV L Pins
i: won over the Paxon Aces 1 '"
l\o. 4 i I
16 11 1549No.
Morris & T
: Payne Body !
1- 9 2-1 13G83 |! this week, 76-46, with Philip !
Shop 37 19 38952 "
Robinson leading the way with ...
,H..ligh{ Team, Games Beach Bar 33 22fc 3C616 "
19 Gerald Robinson
points. and
l-to.-3 u 1390 No. 4 28 28 38665, I
'No. 4 'i I Robert Lloyd scored 14, Jim Ro- <
1389 Hadden Lanes 26?& 29It 39174'Becker's land .. D.&
Lo. 2.i 12, Ivey Crump 8, Steve ,4
... ..mgh, Ind. 3Games'oger" 1285 Drugs 21 35 86013, Spence 6, and Nat Smith 3. 11 !/ .

.Hadden 5G4 K.A.C.High ,Team, 3-Gamea II' Coach Wyman Hughes' team !j QUANTITY -'"'

Cecil Hodge 559 4 2873 2893No. travels to Jacksonville twice a j LJi\\ RIGHTS GLADE .....
'Kkber Skidmore 51-1 week to play in the lOOD and clan RESERVED
:T' High, Team Came Beach Bar 2780 1!to play other Independent basketball r ri PRICES GOOD ; ,v, .
No.3. 487 High, Ind. 3-Games | teams in the ,area during'I'II THRUDECEMBER ,
No. 4 486 :Johnnie Williamson 675 i the season. I II -
John Beckett 623 > '
No. 2
457 21ST
.- *i Howard 614 y w. cj ..
High Ind. Game Uffelman '
lloger Hadden 203 i High, Team Game I Health Department COPYRIGHT-1U3 1 + + y ,, r
6ecil Hodge 193. Beach Bar 1046 !
Kkber Skidmore 180 K.A.C. 1043 k .
High Scratch Bowlers : No., 4 983 Greetings II I 0 Op 5 a
Roger Hadden 203-564 IUh, Ini Game I STO R "

Cecil Hodge 19 -55J: ', Kleber Skidmore 244 Urges Caution i: tri
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'Kkber Skidmore 190-514 Howard Uffelman 241 \ .h rJ
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'Johnnie Williamson 240
High Average Co.len f FRESH TENDER POLE \
Cecil Hodge 185 1 .. High Scratch Bowlers I Dr B. F. Woolsey, Director of i .
Eager: Haddrn LEAGUE STANDINGS the Nassau County Health De.I k 4 '
184 ; I
LEAGUE STANDINGS \\VoIr..-.- -Af. 19.11.- .. partment says there are no statistics -! Be 2 29 \ -
Teams I Teams to tell DS exactly how many j ns LBS ,

-. High scratch triple ,i Scratch single accidents occur during, the Christmas .I

Individuals No. 2 1537 Beach. Bar IIDCP Single 914 doctors'season offices, but and we do hospital know that emergency -I EXTRA LGE STALKS CELERY, 2 for .....'29cWD ".' t.... : '

.... High scratch triple No. '4 1036 rooms report an increase I if'- .
,, in accidents during the season. I
Cecil Hodge 'CG5C36 Individual BRAND CHUCK \
Roger Hadden average scratch 1 There are many Christmas ( ""( .
harry Flint 624 Stanley Bohannon 187 holiday activities which reveal a1: "
Archie Smith 576 High scratch single large number of accident hazards.I Roast '
,.; ,., .High scratch single :' Cecil Hodge 244 Many may not be serious, but -48 X ..
No.: 4 541& 1! John Beckett 228 : who can afford to take a chance? j .
'.,u Jiigh scratch single Kleber Skidmore 626 We hope that, armed with the I
Kltber Skidmore 233 Hih? IIDCP single following suggestions, we will W-D BRAND BEEF SHORT % K4I T U R K E V S

.Bjiddy Doland 232' Carl Green 263 have a very safe and sane holiday I Broad Breasfed '
Billy Joyce 221 i 1 12J7 Buddy Grider 254 season! : Ribs. 38
ifcnry Ellis ) Nathan Pope 253! 1. Keep Christmas tree in wat/ LB. ,
?: There will be no bowling until Scratch triple er-filled container, to insure j ".
the first week in Jan. 1964. K.A.C. 2595 I,freshness. r _
W-D BRAND RIB, 17 to 24 10 to 16 _
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f. e Christmas tree where I!

it 3.will Use not Underwriter's block exits. approved)j R Lb. Avg. ? Lb. Avg. ?

I electric lights for tree. ;( oas t LB. 7 8 1 _
4. Place extension cords where LB. LBiij .
i no one can trip over them. I
You know "lifoffo" Walll'alni
5. Use only non-flamable or : :- --
''flame-proofed materials for dee-I I :
Now IPY New Ihi Pail! I orations. I

: 6, When planning a party, pro t '\ ', SHOP EARLY FOR YOUR .'

vide plenty of ash trays. I Ii I 1 r : t ," HOLIDAY MEALS $
i '
Paint 7. Teach children the safe use :
I of new to},s. I CLOSED
8. Use a step-ladder to reach!

,high places while decorating! i ir w ,. t ? f 9 a .J .. CHRISTMAS
r 9. Never who
encourage anyone I ,
..4 'Ii" -. -- a You can now have the spectacular benefits I is the driving road", to have "one more for'I } ;r"+, .y : a : OPEN TIL 6:30 P.M. DEC. 24TH. 'i ,
X11 C of "Lticitt" for the exterior of your home,
: t too. New Dii Pont"Lucite" House Paint fe !; A Safe Christmas Is I 1 I .. .. .. .. .. .. .. f ,
: F' incredibly durable, amazingly nsy> to use. ; A Merry Christmas, 1tJ. t
I "IsI. Dries in minutes to I rich, fiat finish that I II I i:i FRESH FLORIDA t >
a resists chalking, cracking, dirt and fading. Ii i "Most of us follow a path that ; :: 4?t ir1l d

I. LUCITE Paint No messy solvents needed Clean brushes, I someone else beat out for us." J Superbrand Grade "A" 1 All Flavors Superbrand ,;, :: ra,0. reen Stamps '"
i House hands with and water! : t >
spots soap :
-4h v.JtAfa" I ( ) I! ; Large EGGS ICE CREAM 1 OF
12 beaui/iuf colors $8.55 I I r'. 1 FROZEN JESSIE JEWELL
and Intermix 1 Chicken
.. IIDCP ) ThighsGOOD
; triple :V1 ,
: t OAU 'Becker's Drugs 2996I : t 1 i THRU aE CE Ms LEA 22NO
8. 9"
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\ News-Leader: Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursday, December 19, 1963. Page Nine

; Key Club Aids With liT oys For Tots" School Echoes :

High In U. S. Army year with the Army, now stationed of Lester Ritter, also of .Fernan-
at Ft. Benning, Ga. dina Beach.
I BY NED TYSON Carold was next joining the Friends may write Pvt. Rickie
i -3.: ;!} U. S. Navy and stationed aboardthe Ritter, RA 14843103( Co A fth
debate in
nr Y K 4N; Are :, U. S. S. Raleigh.The Rn. Thg Rgt 29207, Ft. Jackson,
Vf Hello, i i The Little Woman's Club is
'i three brothers are the sons S. C.e .
The Pirate basketball team making favors to be placed on .. .. -. -- -- -- .-- ----
tasted defeat for the first time the hospital trays Christmas Eve. i
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this season at the hands of the Also on Christmas Eve the mem- J !
Milliard Red Flashes. The game !: bers plan to sing carols at the
was plajed Ft 'hospital between 4:30: and 5:00:
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day night FHilliard !

The P : The F.B.H.S. Chorus will pre- 7ftIS
rates were i sent its annual Christmas concert
home Saturda ', .X; V tonight at the High School audi- ,0.

to entertain Ur ;" 'j,: ..:. torium. Everyone is urged to attend :
ion County an 'i.:"'e because it is one of the more HASSOCKS
v also to reestal) ;%. AA: : important programs the chorus
lish themselve l-' .>/!' ':
; : vrill present.
sa Many Styles
in the winnincolumn.
... I: TheKey Club is to present the M
The E"
and Colors ,
team vietoiious .. .1.- Christmas assembly Friday at ..
was seventh period. It will be interest- .
both nights and To Choose
on now
ing to see what they come up .
they possess a 3-1 record as does
r with. From
varsity. I
The Tri-Hi-Y attended Mass at
Last Thursday six members, of
the Catholic Church Sunday. w

the F.B.H.S. Debate Club parti- 'i Tuesday night the varsity andB $395
I upated in debating at Robert E. !, team basketballers added another Pvt. Rickie Ritter, 17, is the I
third of Mrs. Crissie Ritter's.
: Lee Hign school in Jacksonville. I victory to their impressive ; 25
i Jeff Davis added 10 points to his record. Orange Park was the Unfortunate I sons now serving in the Armed I ,
I Forces. Rickie is presently under- e ,
I National Forensic League aver- I opponent this time.
basic with the U. r
MEMBERS OF THE F.B.H.S. KEY CLUB were among the many who took time out age for his extempore speaking" Be thankful and have a happy going S. Army at training Fort Jackson, S. C. s

.of the Christmas rush to help the Jaycees collect and repair toys for their annual i on"Exploring"Is There the a Ocean Maffia?Floor.and" holiday See season. He recently, :enlisted for three I DOWN '

"Toys for Tots" campaign. Pictured are, kneeling, left to right, Buck Bibb, Chuck I Others participating were Kathy you next year years. J I I %

Jones, Steve Beckett, Burgess Lewellen, Tommy Oliver, and Jim Corbett. Standing, Allison, Diane Bean, Celeste Har- "Students today are the sameas Pvt. Ritter was born in Fer a
left to right are, Fred Cook, advisor, Ned TYson, Edward Fiveash, Jimmy Byrd, Ted dee and Lynn Wilson. Mrs Allison always one in 12 has a nandina Beach and attended local Mather of Fernandina %

Steger, John Gregory, Beryl Rice, Barry Rice, Billy Miller, Mike Pikula, Johnny I i and Mrs. Smith attended the I spark of genius while the other schools. I % ,

Davis, Mike Rice, Tommy Clark, Chip Wood, president, Sue Selph, dub sweetheart, and i debate along with the sponsors, ''if have ignition trouble." Ray':1 The first brother to enter the ; & 329 South 8th Street Phone 261-4383 -,

Warren Hiott, advisor. I I Joe Jones and} A.V.. Hiott. The t i Wjnans, West Springfield( Mass.) i service was Harold, who has reenlisted -!'

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Page Ten News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida:: -,Thursday: December 19, 1963BESTOf S-Sgt. Alice u IvanCompletes I Mrs. Clyde Putman ',: erals Above, all forests for working and with wildlife.the Star.Chapter The, Order Putmans of are the members Eastern' the giving affairs many of hours the community.of service to ':+i I

1 Course ,'Receives CountyConservation !young, helping to conserve one of!of the Callahan Methodist Church,!,! Mr. Driggers, in making thisaurd ,
l : where she sings in the church I cited Mrs. Putman for her
.Church !our Nation's most important resources
At. Camp Lejeune : Award! I OUR HUMA rRESOUR*their, is contralto soloist and devotional notable work in the community,

The I .'. i CES, an, aim of the-Florida Federation -,: leader of the Etta Wells and deemed her indeed worthy of !! ;
Camp Lejeune, N. C. FHTNC( )1 Mr. Clyde Putman'was recently i : !
i ,of Garden Club's' through Circle of the WSCS. She is a this honor.
Marine I Ij awarded the Florida Wild-i : .I I
|- Woman Staff Sergeant :
ServicesCHURCH :their Junior program, Mrs. Put.]member p. of the Callahan PTA and,i "
Alice S. Sullivan, of life Federation's Conservation
j I daughter was commended.The i-helps in school affairs. "Jud ing_ .,the |at of the
I Ii Award, the Sears, man J JI
!Ir. and Mrs. Thomas F. Sullivan sponsored by I
The Season To OP COIL| I i of Route 1, Hilliard completed I Roebuck Foundation, for ber I weekly meetipgs of the Girl j I Mrs. Putman is also a business' w-calleMpple juke wf bought :'
Cor, nth and Cedar Sit.R t'the Supply Administration course I II +work with the Girl Scout troopsof i I Scouts and Junior Garden Club .woman, owning and operating her I last week the flood'at Walthena
Phone %6103807'JOoo School at the Marine Corps adult guidance to a Junior Conservation I I sure, birds, trees, conservation,I III the help of her husband, and she j!cider mill.9 Louis NelsonBowmaa .
( t.m. ...,.. .., Sunday School i{ Base, Camp Lejeune, N. C. I effortAs i anti-litter to "Keep Florida i'fills her off hours with her effort -,' Tri-County. (King City, Mo.)
__ II Green and Beautiful", outdoor! for the she is News.
YOU 11:00; a.m. Morning Service I The school is one of several i the 1963 award winner for 1 girls guiding,
camping, horticulture, ,citizenship,,: ----- -
/?E. Friday Evening 7:30 jun 'training at Camp Le j I t .....
programs Nassau
County, Mrs. Putman was
,community service, first aid and
7:30 .. Evening Service i
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pjiu ?R jeune which provide technical
also presented with a Gold Medal international relations.Mrs. .
FROM Prayer meeting Wednesday i knowledge and background for; and Certificate of .I
:. a Appreciation I I. Putman, although a comparative
7:30 p.m. .infantrymen I of the Second Marine i iI at the Girl Scout meeting December ,. newcomer, to Florida,has I A WE APPRECIATE
!Division Sullivan, a graduate of; .
I 5 by Ted L. Driggers, chair
I' :become an' interested and active '
'HARDEE BROS. CO. CHURCH OF CHRIST I Hilliard High School, entered the i man of the County Awards Committee : member i in, the activities of" the YOUR BUSINESS AND
South 14th Street 1
.. .. I j service in July 1952. j I Il I and president of the North: She member of I
'7N Kenneth. L. Jones, Minister I community. is a V
II I !east Florida Sportsman's Club, the Home Demonstration Club of
... I Sunday: Bible Study 10:00 ajn.i I i TRY HARD TO
ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL j sponsors the Nassau Countycontest
; Morning Worship .,_11:00 Callahan And 'has been active in I
Evening Worship _. 7:00 pm.am.1 CHURCH I .. %k I Home Demonstration Club work in j I ""% PLEASE
: Tuesday Singing Practice ... 730 The Rev. James D. Ellisor, Rector Mrs. Putman, sponsored by the her former home of 'Tennessee,I
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f 730; A.M. Holy communion] Callahan Garden Club, is a leaderof I where she was voted 'Woman of
{Held at various members bomes p.m.) 10:00: A.M. Choral Eucharist, a Junior Garden Club among the Year" in 1956 for Montgomery Holly Henderson, Mgr.
Wednesday: DIitI-Week Bible |I II 11:15 A.M. Church School I the Girl Scouts, and through her County. She has worked with .

Study .......-....- 7:30 pm.1} 5.00; P.M. Episcopal Young''' efforts, a monthly conservation I the Girl Scouts as leader for over ESSO SERVICE
; 0, I Thursday: Ladies Class 10:30: a.m. I Churchmen j program was given the girls to fifteen years, and says working
..." ,, j (Held at various members homes) ,, (This is the schedule of every I teach and show them the proper i with girls %one of her greatest
,:, :, I <.b. ... ,... Sunday with the exception of the i utilization and conservation of I joys. She i-serving as Vice-Pres i 629 S. 8th Street
l last Sunday of the month) |i the natural resources of the State'j#dent of the Callahan Garden Club, I
I,., I FIVE POINTS; .BAPTIST. : of Florida soils, waters, min and is an 'officer in the, Callahan
; LAST SUNDAY Y OF THE{ -- -- ---- .. -- -- -- - -
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: J. W. Keen, Pastor, MONTH !
.: I :45 a.m. __.. Sunday School w 7:30 A.M. Holy Communion
Ii 11:00 a.m.,_ Morning:) Worship 10:00: A.M. Morning Prayer
w- .rAND i I 1:30: p.m. .....,...*)training{ Union and Sermon II :($

.':3p.m.. ".-_.,. .Evening Worship 11:15 A.M.. Church School -&I!

WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR i Vednesday p.m. .prayer: service j .,., 7j3P t 5:00: P.M.Churchmen Episcopal Young: j I Itr I. '

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Donald R. J. C. BYRD, PASTOR
WITH OUR PRICES, AVAILABILITYAND Phone 261-5634. Sunday School __ 10 AM. .
Sunday School 0:45: a. m. Morning Worship 11
SERVICE.HARDEE. Worship Service 11:00. a. m. Evening Service 7:30 A.I'I P.M.l Outstanding Values For Late
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: Rev; H. C. Drury, Pastor Amelia Road Phone 2613187; *
: HARRY POOLE, Manager. 10:00 a.m. Sunday School Rev. Loyd Chambers, Pastor */
.., Morning'S rvLe I
a.m.-- Sunday School 10 a.m.
......' .. 745: _._ Evening Service I I
.... ---- r1 p.m. Morning Worship II am.
.. 7:45p.m Wednesday, V.L.B, Ser Evening Worship 7 p.m. I

vice for young'people. Wednesday Service ,........... 7 p.m.SPRINGHILL I Itt
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1 MONEYforholidaypurchases Rev. John Dozier, Pastor CHURCH l I
__ A.M. State Hiway 107 Nassautjlle I
Church School 9:45 DOLLS REDUCED
II Worship Service ___ 11:00 A.M. Rev. Dan E. Wade, Pastor ; 'IiJ'/i'

r Youth Meetings ........ 6:00: P.M. Pastors prayer Time I'
: Church School ?_..__ 7:30 P.M. (For Men) ,.-_ 7 a.m. Includes
Sunday School "_ 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship 11 a.m.Training
f : Union -6:15: 1, 4 a
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: Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. i j CHATTY KATHY, CHATTY BABY,

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You can get cash from us for purchases of \IJ:00: a.m. Morning Service t4/ Regular $4.99 I INOW -- : i .

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: -- V I QTBQARD 9:45 a.m. _.... Sunday School II \
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: FINANCE INSURANCE 6:15 p.m. 51YF Supper & Programs I
; CORPORATION 1:30 pjn. Evening Worship I
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: 600.00 34.39 39.34 A1.66 .59.3 I Sunday Mass ,.-.-..... 1st, 3rd
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: FtrnancHnci Beach,Fl.rId a'r' : Saturday __,?,._ Convent Chapel. i
''r' i Telephone 26U3681 I 508 Atlantic[ 5:30 Communion in Convent :RxAx : 2.28
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II/: : : The Ideal Gift For Christmas 11:00 10:00 a.m.a.m.._._._... Worship Sunday Service School : ., Nature Kit S8c Tea Set 68c $1 .49

: 6:30 p.m._ C. A.Youth Services I Regular 88c Regular 98c Regular $1.99
rl ... 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service -
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News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, FIordaThursday! December 19, 1963 Page Eleven

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... WILL TRADE your good credit LOST ONE RED, long-haired '

for a beautiful gift at Robison dog, Heinz 57, answers to I PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE I PUBLIC NOTICE !| National MeritExamAtFBHS "

WANT AD RATES Jewelry Company. tfc "Sam". One year old, with The Board of County FOR BIDS Commission. IV IV THE AND COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
tags. Last in Five Points! of Nassau ;
I ers County, Florida invite
.05 per word .75 minimumCard TD 14A Bulldozer with winch, sealed bids for One Automatic Coper
Reward. Phone 261-5649.
of Thanks Resolutions blade, harrow, lowboy trailer D19p The Little Bird Sez: follows, according: to specifications as EMMA NAGEL SUIRER, deceased i

and 1959 model Internationaltruck NOTICE TO CREDITORS I
and Similar Mite One automatic

13 per word 11.00 minimum with new tires. $7,500 or : WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS type, capable of copier making, high projection quality To lag all claims creditors or demands tad all persons against bav-i said Set March 1964 1

will exchange for house trailer, any make. Stoves cleaned. Going visiting over Christmas? and photo copies both negative and estate. .
Cal 261-3686 2613637 positive up to 8V X 14"with
or home or mortgage. Contact Buy, sell, repair. used furniture. I variable wind down from 54' You and each of you. are herebynotif.ed I The National Merit Scholarship

or place ad at office Jack Taylor, Rt. 2, Jesup, Ga. Ph. 261.3412or25-529t: tie I Remember friends or rela- 4 ing to 14"and Will end copy from side binders ope"- claims and and required demands to which present you,any or i Qualifying Test will be offered ..toI

511 Ash Street or phone GA 73068. J2c fives will it if makes one to five opening hundred either of you. may have against the !!
enjoy more you copies estate of EMMA NAGEL SUHRER, I members of the Junior Class.of
I a in less than nine seconds each.

SHETLAND PONY 3 years, WANTEDWANTED .1 arrive I late rath r than as a : is Exposing automatically winding controlled.and procssiIrg deceased Florida, ,to late the Hon.of Nassau J. E. weather County. I,I, 1964 Fernandina, in the High high school on March cafetera.The tt.,

ford County Judge of Nassau Count,
gentle, ideal for any age young I Sealed bids should be submitted to
FOR SALE cripple. Tfo td County Commissioners, County Courthouse in FernanJma immediate objective of the
ster. 261-5869 after 4 or 1 c'o within
p.m. Peach, Nassau County, Florida.
TO BUY good'used D. 0 Oxleyr Clerk Room 10, County
I National Merit Test is to ma.
see across from Key's Auto Courthouse iernandina Beach Hor- six months from the date of the first !

SEIGLER OIL CIRCULATING Parts, O'Neal Pony and $75 trumpet. Harty Poole, 261. ida, not later than 7:30 o'clock P.M., i publication of this notice. sure the potential of high school
be. in
Each claim or demand must
3601 or 2613805. tie on January 6th. 1964 and marked students for academic attainment
)better, fully automatic. 50,000 saddle only $200. Also small Hid for Automatic Copier", at which I writing and must state the place of
Go-Cart 2 time same will be tab- residence and post-office address of in college, and to do this wkh
BTU. $195.00. Call 261.4851 % h.p. engine $35. opened. read
be to
the claimant and must sworn
ulated atfj considered.The to
I sufficient precision warrant
after 5 by the claimant his agent, or his
p.m. HELP WANTED Board reserves, the right to i
TRY DIADEX TABLETS form- reliance the test prelim
-- 1 ( reject any or all bids. i attorney or it'ill become void according on as a

SACRIFICE SALE. For pleasureor erly Dex-A-Diet) New name, Dated this 11th day of December. I to law. inary screening device in tile

commercial use. 16 ft. % inch same formula. Only .98c. LOCK. WANTED FOR IMMEDIATE A. D.Hoard. 1963.of County Commissioners Each copies creditor of his shall claim deliver ta enable sufficient selection of Merit Scholars. *'

mahogany plywood boat, with WOOD'S DRUG STORE. J23P employment, 2 service station Jim Thomas, Chairman the County Judge to mail one to each I Students who expect; to enter

-- attendants. Lannon Firebird ,. Nassau, County, Florida. personal representative.
heavy duty Easy Load custom 1965 eligible to tajte
: Attest Dated December 17 AD. 1963! college in are
THREE BEDROOMS, 2 baths, Truck Termi 1n i ulee.l Phone :
built trailer. Phone 261-4813. D. 0. Qxley Clerk JAMES HARTMAN SUHRER the exam to receive consideration
breakfast nook, dining ro6m, 225-5149.. D19c -a 1219, 26 1-2 As Executor of the Last Will
fpr scholarships to be awarded\
and Testament of
TWCMO gal AQUARIUMS large family room cedar lined ,
with ,
EMMA NAl.EL SURlIER deceased through the Merit Program. ,
wrought iron stand, lights, storage room, large double garage WANTED f OHiMMEDIATB. I ,. .' .. PUBLIC NOTICE I '

pump, filters, breeder tank, covered patio. Lot 136 x 194. employment,, 2.*experienced I\ THE COURT OF THE FOURTH First publication on: December 19, Students are encouraged to.

complete. Call 261-3848 before 1803 Beech St. Phone 261-4167.!> waitresses. j| .Ljnnon Firebird jr > JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE 1963Larkin!) Lewis & Decker. Attys. register in the high school counselor's .
Sunday. D19c tie Truck Terminar tilee. Phone FOR NASSAU COL.NTY. IS : 4t 12.19, 26, 1.2.9 office by Dec. 20, to compete

225-5149. CERY. Case No. 2712 CIUN'I for Merit Scholarships apd

THREE BEDROOM masonry NICE, LARGE LOTS for sale. In Re: Petition of Cecil PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE other scholarships that are avail.

home. Living room air-condi I Good terms. One quarter mile PUBLIC NOTICEI for lodge the and adoption Yelma of B. Barbara Hodge, his Loraine wife, OF SALE able to students who take tji,<

tioner, carport, utility room.I South of Five Points on AmeliaRd. uulard, a minor. NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that, Qualifying Test in March. : ,

Landscaped. 005 Amelia Dr. Call 261-5421 tfc THE CIRCUIT COURT, NOTICE OF ADOPTION i to Final Decree of Fore. will
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IV FOCRTI'I PROCEEDINGS pursuant a The cost of the test J>e
$750 down, $58 month. Phone I NASSAU COUNTY 0.- LV TilE NAME OF tilE STATE OF : closure entered in cause numbered $1.Ooper student *

261-3107. D19p &IV, .rIi4PVlV..U.'S"&a.; .&. .I"ACJ.. County, Florida. I will sell the prop-
erty situated in Nassau County; Hor-
Trade At Home
Fitzgerald Georgia I I"SEE
I LOAN. ASSOCIATION, a corporation PUBLIC NOTICE ida, described
BARBIE DOLL CLOTHES. 5 PUBLIC NOTICE You are hereby, notified that the II the as SE: of ...
Begin in corner SWU -- -----
Han Circle, N. 18th St. Phone FURNISHED efficiency Plaintiff, IV TIlE CIRCUIT COURT IV AND IV THR CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH above named Petitioners have filed a of the SW'i of Section 23. Town. .
apart- 75. FOR NASS4U COUNTY, FLOR. JUDICIAL Petition in the above styled Court a I
261-4996. D19c 2 North Rarge 24 East
ship S
ment on beach. Phone 261-4944 LEE W. MOJM.AN, a widow DIANA I IDA. IV CII1XCERY. IV AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY, copy of which is hereto attached, for rIm 710 ft. West to point of beginning I I
MORGAN DEMPSEY and WILLIAM CASE NO. -. iv the adoption of the minor child named -I
after 5. tIe' CH\VCFRY CASE! NO. 2:32 thence run North 210 ft; C. B. i
Gifts and
more DEMPSEY, her husband, DALLAS i MARY FAITH FRIDDELL, IV JIK' ADOPTION OF therein and you'are required to \.. run West 210 ft., thence I I.tllCe
gifts for Christmas giving at -" LEE MORGAN a minor, WILLIAM Plaintiff, AVOFLIVB LEE hILTON: primer show cause, why the same should not
: t run South 210 ft; uence run East
SMALL HOUSE, furnished. On ZACIIERY MORGAN, minor CN. \\ ... grdUtfej by serving a of your
a copy
: I by nanny LEE MORRIS and JEAN of ,
ft. back
210 to point beginning
Robison Jewelry Company. tfc Atlantic Ave. across from Key. ITED STATES OF AMERICA, J01IV ESAU FRIDDELL, WATSON MORRIS, husband and wife. written defenses, if any upon AJain containing one ((1) acre of land i 'Pete' INGRAMiFOR
BODINE Jr. and NORMAN C. HEN- Defendant NOTICE'N C. iuompson, Jr. Attorney for Petitioners
t PECANS FOR SALE reason.II stone Hotel. Phone 261.4689.tic DE ItS OX. NOTICE OF SUIT TTTT. NAME 'OF THE STATE OF 303 Atlatfiic Avenue Fernan more or thereon less, with in Nassau all Improvements County,
Deft'n ants. STATE OF LORIDA FLORIDA dina Beach Florida, and by filing
ably priced. Will deliver. Ph. Florida
TO ESAU ( J tuereof "wita the Clerk of I
NOTICE OF SUIT : TRIDDELL TO: James W. Helton e ngui ]!
I at public sale, to the highest snd best
261-5246 after 4 p.m. D19c; TRAILER SPACE, near O'Nea1.1 TIlE STATE OF FLORIDA 2403 Taylor Street VT 24 the Circuit Court of Nassau County !I bidder for cash at the main entranceof Real Estate
TO Diana Morgan Dempsey and Chattanooga, Tennessee Chas Field Navy Base tMjnuj, at Jffernsndina; Beach Fior- j in
Nassau Courthouse
.... PIXIE DOLLS with real hair, and I Large lot, plent room for chi] William Dempsey, her husband You are hereby notfied that a suit Ueeville Texas !Ida, on or before the 15th day of Jan- j'''Fernan-lina the Leach: County, Florida during Life Insurance
CraP Road hat been flied against you in the You are hereby notified that uary. 1964; otherwise a decree may
other novelties. Handmade. Call dren. Phone 261-4423. tfc 1076 a petition the legal hours of sale on the 31st
! Apartment 4 above entitled cause; aflJ that you for adoption haS been filed in the \Ie tnttred against you granting said I day of December, 1963. Retirement Income
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2G1-5421 or come to house at Memphis Tennessee. are hereby required to file your answer above styled Court by Bobby Lee adoption. (fEAt) III D 0 Oxley
Five Points next to Gulf Station -I ALEXANDER APTs You and each of you arc hereby with the Clerk of this Court and Morris and Jean Watson Morris rus WITNESS my hand as Clerk of said i CLERK CIRCUIT COURT Health & AccidentHospitalization.
I MODERN FURNISHED APART notified that a suit has been fileu to serve a copy thereof upon the wife for the adoption of Angeline Lee Circuit Court of Nassau Tour/or, Flor.da iREENE, 'REENE: 4 KENNELLYBy
tie MENT 337 N. Fletcher. Hot 'against you in the above entitled i I i Plaintiff or Plaintiffs i attorney whose Helton, a minor white female chIld, and 'the seal of said Court at Fer- George A. St log nnJaI
and address is aandina 1'each, Nassau County, Flor- '
cause, and that you are hereby re name : Mercury N. and you are commanded to be and '30
Lyrch Building
: water furnished. month i iKavouklis I P. 0 Box 462. Fernandina 'da. on the Inn day of December, Major Medical J
CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES regis $60 year,i quired to file your answer with the appear in said Court to show cause 'I I Jacksonville 2, FlorHa
Cierk of the Circuit Court, and to.,.'I' Leach Florida, not later than Dec. why said petition should not be grant 1963.
Phone for Plaintiff
. tered. Call)) 261-4341 or 2Gl.L round. Apply Apt. 1. serve a copy thereof upon the Plairf. '! ember 26th. 1963. ed and you are commanded to servea i Seal) /s/ D. 0. OXLEY I Attorney It 1219 Disability Monthly Income

5186. tfc 261-4525. tic tiff or Plaintiffs attorney wnostj I II | If you fail to do so, Decree Pro copy of your written defenses and I D 0 Oxley
I name and address is: I Confesso will be entered against you objections on the Attorney for Peti Clerk,of' the Circuit Court I L.L.BOHANNONINSURANCE

FLEXALUM CUSTOM MADE FOUR ROOM, downstairs, fur-I'I Herbert Wm. Fishier for the relief demanded in the Complaint tioners Thos. J Shave, Jr., Jeffreys I Fourth Judicial Circuit in and "Something for nations to
Building, feraandirtt Reach r lorida, for Nassau County florida think about A nuclear won'tdetermine
Venetian blinds measured and nished apartment. Phone 261- 215 H Atlantic Avenue The of said for Jr. : war
I Florida, nature suit being and file the original thereof In th* office Albin C. Thompson I
rnanrtma Reach.
4645. tie Divorce. of the Clerk of the Cireuit Attorney for Petitioners I who is right only
installed. Wide of color I 30, 1963. Courtof I
i range not later than December I
Witness my hand and the seal of Nssau Countv, Florida, at Fer :30J Atlantic Avenue who is left." Sig J. Digree ,Phone 261-5269
I PORTER it LOVEQUIST Color I I If you fail to do so. decree pro I.
said Court at 'ernandina Beach, Nassau nandina Beach, Florida, on or before Fernandiira Beach Florida4t :
; Center. Phone I APARTMENT FURNISHED, 2 confe*>o wul be entered against youI County, Florida, this 27th day of the. 6th day of January, 1964, otherwise 12-19, 26, 1-2. 9 Kodiak (Alas.) Mirror.
) 2GI-30CS.2 for the relief demanded in toe com ;
bedrooms I I November A. D.
private entrance --- --- ---
1DC3D a decree may be entered againstyou -- -- -- -- ----

REMNANTVINYL ACCOLON garage. Phone 261-4227. tfc I I I plaint.The nature of said suit beng! for I Clerk of Circuit. 0 Court Oxley<< WITNESS granting my said hard adoption.as Clerk of said S PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE

in stock. 9 ft. width. $1.f.5 sq. ''foreclosure of mortgage on the followI 4t 1128. 12-5, 12, 19 Circuit Court of Nassau County. Flor.
UNFURNISHED one bedroom 'I 1 described property tituated in the ; and OF
ing ( ida the seal of said Court at Fer-
I yd. Porter & Lovequist Color home. Conveniently located. I'I City of 'lernanouu I'.each Nassau mndina Beach, Nassau County, Florida A'T ov 'rTz> COUTH: 1"F OF AC11 STREET PFTWEN SE-'OND- STREET AND SOUTH FRONT STREF.TAS ,
Center Ph. 2613068. tIc County Florida to-wit: PUBLIC NOTICE on the 27th day of November AUTHORIZED BY RESOLUTION x'0. W A"O TFO BY THE CITY COMMIS" OF THE CITY OF FERNANDIVA .
month. Phone 2614109. tfc1 I II I I A. D. 1!'63. |EACH: FLORIDA, ON T"nPTir: NTH PAY Ci'! FEBRUARY 1963.o.u.4JidIe.3s.Jrerehy .
--- -- Lot Twelve ((12)), Block One ((1)), NOTICE TO CRED'TORSt
a (SEAL) i : : ftvfn,,10, all !'Ie 'ons interested that the Assessment 1t.J! for street ponstnictlon on the North
-t D. 0.
40 start Johnson WINTER beach'rentals calf I. flGUTH BEACHaccording plat 'LORID.oST.lTUTES Clerk side and on the South 'side of Ash St et befwwr Second Street and South Front has been completed and th-t
outboard motor run only 3 I' recorded in Plat Book 3. page 11. IN TIlE COURT OF THE COUNTY Circuit Court, Nassau I liens will be, claimed therefore against the abutting property especially ben fitted to the extent of $1.:3 2.22. All
W. I. McCranie, 2614642. tfc cf the public records of Nassau JUDGE. NASSIU COUNTY, JLOR 4t County, Florida. such special assessments will be pay ,b'e in cash sixty days after final approval and confirmation of the Awes
hours. be financed. I' 11 23. 12 5, !
$395. can I I County, Florida. IDA IV PRO ATE. :2.J I ment Roll by the Citv Commission or at the option of the owrers: of the abutting property especially benefittel
Mr. Connelly, 261-5751. tIc I I SIX ROOM, downstairs, beach WITNESS my hand and the seal of I In re: Estate of in three (3)) annual installments, tre first installmert will be due and payable ninety days after final approvaland
-- said Court at lernandura 1-each: WILLIAM E. PYRON, DeceasedTo PUBLIC I NOTICE" confirmation of the A.sewr; .rft T?"I)l bv the City C-wnmiisiin; such installments to bear interest at the rate
NOTICE: ONLY Four more shop-I I duplex. Unfurnished. Ph. 261. Nassau County Florida_, this 26th. I All Creditors and Persons Hating NOTICE TO CREDITORS I of 6 per cent per annum beginning -ixty dan after final approval and confirmation of the Assessment Roll bf
3118. tic day of November, 1963. Claims or Demands Against Said Es the City Commission '
ping days until Christmas I (SEAL) Is/ D. 0 OXLEY tate: TilE FLORIDA COURT OF STATUTESIV Tin COUNTY Notice is also given to all versus interested that the City Commission of the City of lernandina Beach '

; just enough time to select a FURNISHED APT, H block D 0 Oxley You and each of you are hereby no- JUDE, NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA Florida, will sit as an Equalizing Bo rd te hear complaints with reference to said MHMiftenU on the 8th dajt
I" I Clerk of the Circuit Court, tified and required to present any IV I of January LD. 1964, irf the City Co 'imwion Meeting Room City Hall at 7:30 P.M. O'Qock. and that 8of1
gift of lasting beauty for everyone of Post Off'ce.! Private entrance, Fernandina Beach. .Nassau County claims and demands which you. or In re: Estate PROBATE.of Assessment Roll and assessments will !be finally corrected, if necessary, approved and confirmed by the laid

on your list, at Robisons. 1 electric kitchen. 314 Alachua. Tlorida. either of you may have against the MYRTLE M CLEMMOVS City Commission on this date.
4t 1128. 12 5. 12. 19
I estate of William E. Pyron, deceased
tic To All Creditors and STREETS ASSEfSl\IENT
Phone 261-5186 2614341. tIc -
late of said County, to the County Dereased'i
n\ms; : \ or Demands Against : OWNER OF PROPFRTY BLOCK wr rOOTAr.E PER FOOT TOTAL
I Judge of Nassau" County Florida at tate : ,
THREE BEDROOM, 1% bath NICE THREE BEDROOM unfurnished PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE his office in the court house ot said: : Seaboard Airline Railroad 268 16. 17 & 18 1$1) 3 p'l16 $ 4607'
You and each of
home. $13,500 with $500 down, home at Five Points. IS HEREBY GIVEN that I County at Iernandina Beach, Florida, 'I notified and required you to 'present are hereby any Mrs. R"rhel HrumFernandirra 263 W, 2a 21 7$'_ .. 3.01.6. 230,37'

90 month. Not an order dated December 5, 1963 has within six calendar months from the I claims! and demands which you or I Coca Cola 30. 31. 32. 3.1, 31 & S
J $ a projectONLY Call 2615421. tie been issued by the undersigned authorizing I time of the first publication of this either of you, may have against the Bottling Company 271 East 40' of 1 165' 3,0716 SOU
notice. Two of claim
-tr the name of the (rig) das copies each or estate of Myrtle M. Clemmons, deceased Seaboard Airline Railroad 271 West 6a. of 1 60. 30'/16 1\.1.30
$7,350 BUYS neat, three FOUR ROOM I unfurnished apartment Ltrew (name) PATSIDOL official 1 state demand the shall place be of in residence writing and arid shall late of said County to the t CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH ,
cumber 289,791 owned by WARREN County Judge of Nassau S I BY DAVID M. rJATrtlEI/
at beach. $55 round. :
bedroom home outside town. office address of the claimant. and .
II J. BAKER of whicn FERNANDINA Florida. at his office in the Count1'1 City Manager, City Auditor and Clerk
Chain link fence. Nothing down Call 2614602.( tfc HEACH. FLA.. is the home port, to II shall be sworn to by and Ole claimant hi" "f said County at Fernandina 2t 1219 26It's
agent or attorney accompanied
be changed to TAMARA SUE. Florida, within fix calendar months
to Veteran."r ONE BEDROOM and two bed. THOMAS (.' HALL by a filing fee of one dollar and such from the time ff the first publication --- --- -
.. I claim or demand not so filed shall be
-tr Deputy Collector of Customsin of this notice. Two, copies: of each'-
furnished r void.
) room, Charge claim or demand shall be in
VJtf BEDROOM in town. writing,
North Fycnt-r. Year round Pert of frernandina Beach, I and shall state the place of residence
Corner lot. Just $2,200. rent Hu 261-3595. tic I 1 lorida.4t I AY WILLIAM ad'mn E trator PYRON.of the Estate deceased of and post office address of the claim

I .r. -tr. 'tr. -- 1212 19. 26. 12 Thos. J. Shave, Jr. ant arid shall be sworn to by t""
I claimant, his agent, or ar/f
attorney DON'T MEET 184.
THREE BEDROOM masonry, two BEACH APARTMENTS year PUBLIC I II Attorney Fernandina at Leach Law: Florida .acc'ffipanied by a Mm* fee of one
baths month furn'bh-! i NOTICE Collar and such claim demand not
1COO round.
.. family room. square $35-$55 I 4! 1128. 12:!-5. 12:!, 1') ICed shall be void.Joseph so
feet Beautiful lot at Five ed, electricity included. Ph. I NOTICE TO CREDITORS E. Weaver
I Points1. $13,500 to Veteran with 261-5446. tIc FLORIDA STATUTES "PUBLIC NOTICE I, As executor cf the Last Will and
i Testament of
I low down pajmeat. -I Itnfurnlshed. JUDGE NASSAU COUNTY, FLOR. IV TilE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTh Myrtle it Clemmons, deceased

1 DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT 'I IDA IV PROHATE. I 4'DIttAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR First publication December 12, 1963.

ONLY $350 DOWN $G3.50 a Corner 4th and In re: Estate of NAaSlU IN ChANCERY COUNTY, FLORIDA. Thos J. Shave Jr., Atty.
I I 12.1:. 19. 26, 1-2 d
I month buys small three bedroom Calhoun, across street from To All Creditors and Persons Having I NO. 2460HARLEY -

two bath home. Paneled Fchool St. Joseph's Academy. ; CUImi or Demands Against Said ROWE, joined by _
tate: ES'I MINNIE ROWE, his wife,
living room. Fire place. rhone 261-4200 or 2613800. tie I You and each cf you are Plaintiffs, IV TilE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH

I 6 notified and required to present any VI JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IV AND FOR
John T. Ferreira & Son ONE FURNISHED one unfurnished claims and demands which you or' hEIRS deceased OF JOSEPH ELAM ROWE, NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA. LV
I either of you may have against the \VCERY. Case No. 275SFERVINOIVA .
50* Atlantic Art. Phone 261-5571! apartment occanside. estate of William Clark Owen, deceased Defendants. FEDERAl. S\VIVS
Year round. 12G S. Fletcher. late of said County to the NOTICE OF SLIT H-., tXHN ASSOCIATION, a corp.
\ County Judge! cf Nassau County The State of Florida oration
: FOREST! HILLS Phone 261-3138. :Ifc I'I florida. at hi* office in the court houseof TO: M It. Rhine, Esquire Plaintiff,

aO'i, Stanley live 3 bedrooms, said County at Fernandina Beach Committee for Henry Parmenter, VS.
UPPER LECK APIS. Complete Florida, within six calendar!' months also known as Henry ErnIe Par. W. B KITTRELL and DOROTHY V.
living room, kitchen, dining From the time rL th irst publicationof menter.
> KITTRELL, husband and mite,
,I .
ly furnished including TV 125 West 40th Street ,
", room, utility room. Hardwood this notice. Each 'claim or demand ; Defendants.
shall be :and shall New York 18, N. Y. _
Phone 2613118. tIc in writing state NOTICE OF SUIT _
floors. FHA $11,000. $350 the place of residency fpl post office You are hereby notified that a suit THE 'STATE OF FLORIDA I

.. dQwn, no closing costs. address of the eiai4nl and shall be has been filed against you in the TO; W. i:. Kittrell and Dorothy V.
I TWO ROOM furnished apartment sworn to by the' cM-Tiiot, his agent above entitled cause, and that you Kittrell husband and wife
.. or attorney. and any such claim or are hereby required to file your answer c/o Mrs. Daisey Reeves I ..
FIVE POINTS with the Clerk of this Court,
demand not so filed shall be void.
Route 1. Box 54 .
) SHADED CORNER lot, 3 bed Anita Patnda.Qen, Hall and to serve a copy thereof upon the O born. South Carolina. i I .
As executor of the Last Will and plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney whosdname '
THREE ROOM furnished You and each of I .
are hereby
garage you
den with and and address is
rooms, carpet Testament of : ..
.. notified that a suit has been filed
I drapes, 2 baths. $8,450 with apartment. William Clark Owen, deceased A. 2.! crabtree. Jr. against you in the above entitled ,
if if it First publication December .12. 1963. Suite 104 Baymar Building cause and that .
; you are hereby re
$750 down $57 month. New Jacksonville I
.\ 2. Florida
Thos. J. Shave. Jr. b?
NICE TWO bedroom house un .. later quired to file your answer with theClerk I .
1 well and pump. 4t 1t.h 19. 26. 12 not than January 3, 1964. of the Circuit Court and to
furnished. If you fail to do so, decree pro ton- }
I it fesso will be served for serve a copy thereof upon the Plain.
against yoU
I I" 506 CEDAR PUBLIC:NOTICE.' the relief demanded in the complaint tiff name or and Plaintiffs address is: attorney whose I
ii. F. SAJLMAN The natnre of said suit being for
: Five bedroom, two story frame NOTICE FOR BIDS partition of Real Property situate;in Herbert Wm Fishier HEADON I i
I PHONE 2613221MISCELLANEOUS 2154 Atlantic Avenue
home $4,500.PETE The Board of unty. Commission. Nassau County. Florida described as
ers of Nassau Coinrty., Florida, invite I follows: Fernandina Peach. Florida.
p INGRAM, Salesman sealed bids for furnishing an labor I Parcel No. 1: That part trf the C. rot later than January 6, 1954.
'I L. L. Bohannon, Broker and materials for the construction of Griffith rant in Section # Township If you fail to do so. decree pro con-
:: fesso will be
against for
I ,
"County Building"'n ptdtfty 2 North. Range 23 East of
?r i 13 North 4th Phone 261-5269 at Yulee Fri4a.( ccording to the Tallahassee Meridian described the relief demanded in the complaint I .

I plans and spenficatftmsMm' file in the as follows: Beginning it t. cypress The nature of said suit being for ""S. I a festive carefree season and
\ QUAIL dressed. $1.00 each. LET ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS office of said CO'' mission. tree marked z. c. as described foreclosure of mortgage 'on the following ,

I Ph. 261.4983 or 261-522. tIc help with your drinking Copy be Of obtained Plans' 'by. and contacting specificationsmay D. 0 notes as in the the Northeast Government corner field of City described of Fernandina property Beach situated Nassau in the I to keep it that way, keep one grim fact i in :

problem. Write Box 338, Oxley, Clerk to lioard County Com' said (Irant thence North 70 degrees County, Florida, to-wit: ,

FOR SALE OR RENT City or Phone Jax. El 6-7700. missiocers. Room 10. County Court. West along the Northerly The following described lands situate mind Records driving hazards
house. Fernandina Beach Florida. line of said irant 132'l' feet to in the City of Fernandina : prove are great. :
HOMES IN Five Points area. No I tie Sealed bids should be submitted to lightwood post set in said line; Reach formerly City of Fernandina -
I .- down payment, $62 month. One : Hoard County Commissioners c/o D. thence South 20 degrees West. ". Nassau County Florida, and est on holidays. Resolve to drive safely into 64 ;
6 I 0 Oxley, Clerk Room 10. County, 1320 feet to lightwood post; thenfe known and described on the offIcial -
free. Renovated SANDING refinish-
inside FLOOR and
I month Courthouse Fernandina Beach Florida. South 70 degrees East 1300 feet to plats of said City (as lithographed
and out. Phone 2G1-5419 after ing. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson. I r not later than 7:30 o'clock P.Mon a lightwood post set in the East and issued by the Florida by being always alert extra careful, ever at :
: 6 January 6th. 1964. and marked line of said claim, thence North Railroad Company in 1157 .
; tIc Phone 261-4609. tfc ".lid for constructing County Buildteg 20 degrees East 1327 feet to cy. and enlarged, revised and reissuedby best!
I at Yulee, at which same will be press tree and place of beguung The Florida Town Improvement your :
3 RED! CEDAR, living ,Christmas PERSONALS: Dear Santa opened, read tabulated and consul' Parcel No. 2: The South one-half Company in 1887 and 1901)as .

trees. .50c foot. $elect Jour Just a final reminder to help ered. of Lot 1. or the Southeast Quarter the North Half (N**) cf Lot .
I j lad-Bond or Cashiers check in of the Northeast Quarter of Seo Two (2) in Block One Hundredand
'J o\ra On 200 at Yule'e. W. U'I you remember to go to Robi t{ amount of 5 percent (Set ) must accompany -I Uon 11, Township i North Range Forty (140)). S 'LORIDANationaI Bank :

f Flood. sons and pick out that watch each and every bid. 23 East WITNESS my hand and seal of said
I The Board reserves the right to reject Parcel No.3: Lot 8. Section il.TowEahip Court at the City of Fernandina .
S TURKEYS Alive dressed. for me. Signed You know any or all bids. 2 North. Range 23 East. Beach. Nassau County, Florida this ..W U MJM.M......A.Al.._
or I I who! tIe Dated this 11th day of December Witness my hand and the seal of %nit. day of December 19GJ. a' F.fIHIINI .letICll :
Turkey Shoot at Nassau Tav- i I A. D.. 1963. said Court at Fernandina ttiach (SEAL) /5IL. 0 OXLEY .

I J6 ern, each Friday, Saturday afternoon I WILL KEEP CHILDREN in Jim Thomas. Chairman Flonda. this 5th day of December D O. Oxley t -. :
I hoard of County Commissioners A- D. 1963 Clerk of the Circuit Court.
'til Xmas. 3 p.m. until my home, day or week. Call Nassau County Florida. (SEAL) /$/ D a OXLEYD. Fentandma Beach, -........ -- es I

I 8 p.m. Sponsored by Nassau I 261-9046. After p.m. Call 261.I I Attest: 0 Oxley Nassau County t !
Meat Packers. D. 0. Oxley. Clerk Clerk of the. Circuit Court Florida.4t ..c ,
tfc 4775, Mrs. Mary Fullard. D26p Jt % 1.2 1 %.
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faje Twelve News-Leader, Fernan'dina Beach, Florida Thursday.., December, 1963 Sgt. S. L Mitchell Same Christmas ''card industry indicate it is not I when at the post office, and then, time, Melton r" emphasized."Civilize .
there is last-minute
I[ uncommon for an average familyto no panic
Atlantic Avenue Playground 'Graduates From NCO send more than 100 cards during about getting stamps to put on SJ&on can be measuredby
News From I the holiday season. cards to send to those who have the degree of helplessnessthat
supervised play, 3:30-5:30 p.m., Academy I In Germany3d Card Postage I 4 I
Don Nanney Instr. "To avoid trouble and waiting![been overlooked or added to the results when the electric

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20th. 1 I Armored Div., Germany (AH- in line, I suggest that two full I list. power goes off." S. E. Mekeel,
The Rec CenterBY Lutheran Church Party in the ,TNC) Army Sgt. Shermon L. Now As In 1847 sheets of the Christmas stamp -II I Christmas stamps, of course Ovid (N. Y.) Gazette and Inde

Conference Room at 7:00 p.m. I Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. II i I 100 to the sheet be picked up are useable for postage at any pendentYOU'LL _.
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SANDY DeSANDRO Suo-leen Club in the tame Duncan C. Mitchell, Route 1, | "People sending Christmas';
itoom at 7:15 pm. I Yulee, was graduated from the !i cards today at the 5c first class
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19th. at 4:30: p.m., Julanne Owens, EYC Dance in the Auditoriumat 3d Armored Division NonCommissioned ;! rate pay the same to mail Christmas ,
Pre-Ballet Class in the Auditor- Instr. 8:00 p.m. I Officer (NCO) Aca ;' greetings as Americans did ; .
ium at 10:00 a.m., Julanne Owens, Adult Ceramics Class in the Men and Boys' Health Club in demy in Germany, late in Nov well over a century ago." Postmaster A .
pstr. Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m., Hank the Health Club Room, day and I ember. : W. H. Melton noted today. E ,t. fl '
Playschool in the Club Room at Sides, Instr. evening. I During the course, Sergeant "Research shows that in 1847 I 8 / $ & .; \

9:30 a.m., Carolyn Vizcarrondo, Adult Ballroom Dance Class in SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21st. Mitchell received training in lead the Post Office Department issued
Adult leader. the Auditorium at 800 p.m., Mr.I Ceramics Pouring Class in the I ership and exercise of command, ,I its first stamps, including a I
and Mrs. Gil Becker, Instrs. Ceramics Room at 9:00 ajn. I map reading, the history of military nickel stamp for the basic pre- RrP
"A'ivahced Ballet and Toe Class I Cub Scout Pack No. 171 in the "I Arts Puppet Theatre in the weapons and military teach.I' paid letter rate," Postmaster p
in the Auditorium at 3:30 p.m.,1; Game Room 7:15 12:00 Melton said. ,
at. : p.m. .'Auditorium at 8:00: a.m. j| ing methods. I
Julanne Owens, Inst. { Men and Boys' Health Club in noon Faith Britton, Instr. .I The 20-year-old-soldier, a sec f "And of course in those days !. ti
Presentation of NUTCRACKERS >: the Health Club Room, day and Teen Club in the Game Roomat : tion leader in Company A, 1st i iI a nickel could buy a meal where I :
SUITE in the Auditorium evening. 7:30 p.m. I Battalion of the 3d Armored Di it usually can't even buy a cup of \ *
-- vision's 48th Infantry near Gein-I coffee today," Melton pointed out 4

'hausen, Germany, entered the out."Since +
Army in June 1960. 1932," the postal eiecu-i i $
I He is a 1960 graduate of Peck I tive observed, "while living costs i i
High School in Fernandina Beach, for the American family have ;
Fla. I skyrocketed considerably more j
A..A 1 y than 100 per cent the cost of ; 1(, II.: ,
c, Cotillion Club Dance in the mailing a first-class letter' has ': ,. P '
Auditorium at 9:00: p.m. :only increased by two cents or I BE i -
two-thirds." : 4 i"
Men and Boys' Health Chb in ,
3. the Health Club Room, day and I The Postmaster's comments : "8UT 4
t / s r 3 evening. i were made in connection with a I OF THE ROUGH""DOWN
SUNDAY DECEMBER 22od. I recommendation to Fernandina I
Lutheran Church Meeting in !Beach residents to use the first- i; and Al

the Conference Room at 11:00 a.m. class 5e Christmas stamp oni i Marc,
MONDAY, DECEMBER 23rd. their Christmas cards. The stamp '
S.; a Ceramics (age 9.11)) in the portrays the National Christmas THE FAIRWAY" "
Ceramics Room at 3:30: p.m.. Tree on the "Eastern Ellipse" in ]
T JI! Sub Teen Club in the Game I I fthe Nation's Capital. The stamp j
Room at 7:00 p.m. Hank Sides, is available at the local post of-: with f
Instr. fice. i

Men and Boys' Health Club in The 5c rate permits forwardingor j
r the Health Club Room, day and return of the letter where I Gifts For That Golfer On Your List
evening. necessary, allows the use of a I
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24th. "I handwritten message on the card
Lutheran Church Meeting in '- adding a personal touch from .
: the Auditorium at 10:30 p.m. and also provides speedier handling
Hi: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 25th and faster delivery particularly !-
CHRISTMAS DAY CENTER, for cards going out-of-

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26th. "In recent years, people have ,
Adult Ceramics Class in the f been buying better and more expensive ;'
Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m. greeting cards and it "' \
Hank Sides, Instr. seems a shame, when only. 4c J .
Men and Boys' Health Club in I third class postage is paid and *
the Health Club Room, day and the addressee has moved that we
evening. ,normally can not even ,forwardthe I : :'..
Teen Club in the Game Roomat card," Melton comment' ,
7:30 p.m. ed. "It is poor economy to try to t
r j ? F P 2 ARTS PUPPET THEATREIf save a few pennies and lose several t. HEAD COVERS GLOVES UMBRELLAS

you happen to like pink drag. dollars worth of cards in the ,
ons, beautiful princesses, hideous' bargain.1'* J .
sea monsters and talking trees,)' "Reports from the greetingCooper's : :> SPORTSWEAR
then come to see the eight ,plays t I
r the Children's Art Theatre will "
present at the Recreation Center *

Auditorium this Saturday, December Laundry

21st., at 10:30: a.m. The 'eat 'U41te4 fmx jI
public is cordially invited. Coin-Operated
Two of the plays are the familiar !
RUIMPLESTILTSKIN and! Laundry and Dry I '
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the Pick of Santa's\ Pack BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. CleaningMrs. apft9
The other six were written by
the members of the two classes
Doris Howard
in puppetry taught by Faith ,
phones lighten work, all through the house, all through the year Britton. The children also createdthe Manager .
puppets they will manipulateat
14th & Beech Streets
The little, light-up Princess phone, lovely in any of five colors, the performance.Those taking part. in the pro I

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,. The desk set saves time and steps in den or family room-any room David Burghardt, John Stouffer -
Janie Stouffer, Dean Him-
where your family makes and takes calls. melman, Sam Millsaps, Maryan

The handy wall phone hangs out of the way in kitchen or workshop, Millsaps, Michael Vizcarrondo, 0 C1 t 'il
convenient. ; Wayne Yizcarrondo, Chip Hunt,
makes phoning more
Barbara Pyron, Laura Pyron,
To order your Christmas extension, just call the Telephone >; Chris Bohannon.

Company Business Office or ask your telephone man. .::; Beverly Bohannon, Diane Burns, J ars
'. Catherine Wilde, Deborah Wilde, ,
;, Ted Flenniken i.':" ;" )
Lauren Lowe, ;,.' ::
Penelope Britton, John Britton, i l '
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Bell Louise Britton, Victoria Robas, s. 'S4II' ...''
Anne Robas, Toni Robas. I.i
N ...()wi&&t ut9 Gary Sanders, Robert Sanders,
Catherine Reid, Charlsie Allan,: .. -.'I
Catherine Galphin Julia Taylor
V smart santas shop in phonelandl John Poucher, Anne Jones, Jul ':: '. ::.;'.: \ : ,

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