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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 26, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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J VOLUME 106 NUMBER 15 FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA-THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1963 18 PAGES THIS ISSUE IlkPKK: t 'Ut'1


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regular edition of the

'! News Leader, scheduled for
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December 26, is being delivered

y I today, December 23, to provide
4 a advertisers the opportunity of nvM
JSeason's
I sending Christmas greetings to

their customers and friends.
Greetings and all good
5 The News Leader
staff and
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wishes for the happiest Christmasever 6y
management also joins in sending
and a bounty of God's bless- .I
a happy
holiday
in 1964. greeting
ings '",* tc all The office and plant will
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be closed
the remainder of the '
I Just as Christmas is a time of '
week resuming regular business
( happiness and rejoicing :there is: II hours on December 30.
often a bit of sadness' too. Just

I I 1 one year ago on the front page s! r '

of; the News-Leader's Christmas Annual SPEBSQSA

f edition we carried a picture of I
Miss Birdie Wood with the presi- +hrY 4 9iN

dent of Stetson University as she Christmas CarolingSet

visited her Alma Mater. The caption -

I on the picture stated that I
For
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I 1 Miss Birdie was a member of the 9 xB-r TonightThe II Zy
graduating class of 1889. Now I
I
I : the popular Miss Birdie who was Golden Isle Chorus of the .

90 on Dec. 6, is very ill in the local chapter of S.P.E.B.S.Q.S.A.
I local hospital and unable to have \ and their wives will serenade the SANTA WILL HAVE NO TROUBLE spotting Fernandina Beach as he and his rein-

i t visitors. Probably the first. k shut-ins at the Humphreys Me- deer come winging in for a landing on Christmas Eve. The unique and distinctive

I thought in the Christmas prayer St ; ; \' morial Hospital tonight during Florida Marine Welcome Station, only one of its kind in the world, will stand out like

.;. of her many friends will be that r their annual Christmas Carol Sing. i! a beacon to guide him in. This striking aerial view of the Welcome Station and the new

I she improve rapidly so that her 1 a It will be the third stop on their :, City Marina was photographed from Gil Hadden's Cessna 190, as he piloted T. H. Kingin

f. next Christmas will be a more planned route. I for the shot.
enjoyable one. The group plans to meet at the I

fc ft I Recreation Center at 6:30: p.m. :.

The local barber shop quartet,I MY, :YY A' and leave about 7 p.m. Two trucks I
The Glad Tones, made quite a hit are scheduled to carry them --------

with the inmates of the State. k 4, around the town.
'. Prison Road Camp near Callahan Their first stop will be Ilan

when they visited there Saturday Circle. From there they will proceed

night and entertained with a number to Egans Meadows and thenon

of appropriate songs. The to the hospital. j

quartet, Fred Bond, Don Heafner, Several other stops are plannedon 2a'

Don Ilimmelman and Rex Dudley, I the south side' of Atlantic
have brightened several affairs Avenue before the final singingof

during: the Yule season and will carols on the steps of the Post .: iJ a
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be singing with the local ,SPEB. : .J Office at 8 p.m. While the Bar- :' (t' }r '\ ,# .
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SQSA chapter here tonight as bershoppers harmonize in their ; ; i,\.. '1!>' .:

they go caroling. : familiar style the chorus extendsan .' + s
invitation to.everyone to joinin I ::1.< 2
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Those who were in attendanceat with them as they sing the :
the Golden Crown Fiesta beau. I .\ .if. :' ri- f joyous Christmas carols.Candlelight { .:'..' : =: ( I i t .

ty pageants the past two years .. I tl,:<. ............ j.. :}i. .., i
will remember Miss Carol Phipps,I ,f.f { I s ".. i :'. :..,. :.; .:. I' ... .
Service : :
.oj so the near longhaired to winning beauty who the came title : J?'-' May the inspiration of !he first Christmas ti'. ':' ....:'} . 4 :

i t Weatherord each year. Judge who handles J. E, the(Gene entries ) 1. i. ,. .r o.!>ldewIth you throughout this holid a yse'oson *, 'Christmas. Eve Set # t S

for the pageant, received a k .r' ,. : ;\ '
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Christmas card from Carol and 1. and for the years ..to, come. ..: :By Lutheran Church : /i

an attached note said that she t. .. J ...N. .. .' "' ",..(,'..'
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"would appear. on the TV show,Ito I'_ ., ... :-. Y.. .. -.:..-.. FR j:. .Sine Prince.. }."Peace-.Lutheran > :i t-.
Tell "Hondaf t -- -
ThrTruth..on ,j
Dec. 30. I Church will hold a candlelight .f..l. :
at 10:30 Christ- : ;; : ,
service beginning : q
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Students ,
College I mas' eve in the Recreation Center .,
In a recent issue of the Via
itors' Guide at Ocala, Florida, the The celebration of the birthday II[ THE WOMAN'S CLUB CHORUS directed by Mrs A. C. tytlnijis, presented its fir=t

following article was carried a3 invited To Attend : ;of Jesus will begin as the brass !. concert on December 17, .with Edward Doe of Jacksonville guest soloist. Providing
,
ensemble of the high sc\oolband:
\ it appears below. The little girl the traditional carols, out- I I Ipla's the accompaniment was Mrs. Guy Dudley at the piano and Chuck Jones on the drum.

t mentioned in the Visitors' Guideeditor's Christmas Reunion side the Recreation Center.. ;I Members of the chorus are, Mrs. Angel Davis, Mrs. Kay: Dow less, Mrs( Betty Sue Dun-

note is Miss Kay Saucer Each worshiper will then bej i nam, Mrs. Emma Sue Ellisor, Mrs Flora Mitchell, Mrs. Haide Bell Townsend, Mrs

and the grandfather is Harry I given his own candle which will .Maria Sellers, Mrs. Betty Waas, Mrs. Peggy Bond, Miss Ruth Cox, Mrs. Katherine Dot-

Lohman"Little of this city. the nicest All college students are invited j be placed in candelabra to light son, Miss Judy Fussell, Mrs. Jean Hanna, Mrs. Lula 1 Kavouklis i Mrs. Marge Leuschner,
girls are to be the of
guests the I
Baptist,
things that happen to people, Episcopal, Lutheran, Methodist, the service. Mrs. Ann Mottayaw, Mrs. Flo Flenniken, M'a. Chris Haddock, Mrs. Rosanna Oliver.andMrs.
The Christmas meditation, to )
Florence Partin. Mrs Emerson Mitchell soloist.
They come in five colors white, and Roman Catholic Churches of ; |be presented by Pastor Himmel-i -. __ ____ was soprano __ .____ .. _
red, black, yellow, and brown. To Fernandina Beach Friday ,evenmsr .
man, is entitled, "Take Him Out i
make a little girl, God borrowsthe from 8 to 10 in the ,
4a Recreation j i (of the Manger." I First Baptist Slates KAC'S New Year'sEve Steger's Brother
of the bird, squeal of the Center ; '
these
song ; Lounge as churches '
pig, stubbornness of the mule, sponsor a second annual Christ-1 i | The this community special service.is invited to attend 1 Candlelight ServiceOn Dance Slated Dies In Chicago

curiosity of the cat, speed of the mas reunion of students. 'j II' "
Christmas For Ten
, gazelle, slyness of the fox, soft x A Mrs. Mildred Babb, coordinator Eve AcresIn Friends of Ted Steger will regret -

ness of the kitten, and tops it all .t of arrangements, said that Post Office, City, The First Baptist Church will an advertisement in this issue to hear of the death of his

with the mysterious mind of a refreshments would be furnishedby I I County; Announce $i I ]have a Candlelight ChristmasEve the Kraft Athletic Club calls brother, George F. Steftr, Jr.,
1 woman. She is a nerve-racking + the various participating Service in the Sanctuary at attention to a New Year's Eve 59, Saturday morning in Chicago,
I nuisance, but when the world v -y churches. I Christmas Closing I j'j'i 7:30 P.M. Tuesday i dance in their auditorium at Ten Ill.'l

tumbles down and you feel you've The service will include the Acres. Funeral ilL be held
t
Christmas music will be i'! \ I >*; :. Tuesday,
been a fool, she makes you king L vided on record. Dress is casual., pro- ; The Nassau County CourtHouse I singing of familiar Christmas Music for the .annual event will tomorrow, ajuj. gmr'a.: at Harvey,
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by climbing on your knee and : t. All students, regardless of denomination :i: will be closed all day, carols along with special Christ be furnished by an orchestra, it i 111. .
whispering, "I lore you best oft : Christmas Day; December 24 and mas music. The pastor, Rev. i was announced today by Aron He is survlvTO by his widow,
invitedto
all. JAYCEE "TOYS FOR TOTS" CHAIRMAN, John Wili i attend.Jehovah's. are cordially 25, resuming regular hours on I James T. Dunnam, will bring a |Flannery, KAC president. I' Mrs. Matilda vr; fovr children -

(Editor's note: This is a beau- sher shows John Tester, president of the Jaycees, the December 26. I 1 brief devotional.The Flannery said that the publicis ; two brothers; and two sisters

tiful tribute (from her adoring'! list of needy tots to which these like-new toys will be dis City of Fernandina Beach offices 1 service will close with the invited to participate. .

1 t Grandfather) to a little Miss from I tributed. This distribution brings to a close another successful I WitnessesWill will close at noon on December telling of the beautiful Christmas : -- -

:i Ocala who just started to kinder-1 annual JC drive for toys. Pictured are, standing, Attend Bible 24 and be closed all day : story, "The Gift of the Magi" by '.' '
t garten. Hope it makes each of left Christmas. Jim Beard, Directorof 0. Henry, by the pastor's wife, y hey.: Y" ., r
to right Wilsher Tester Bob Fincannon in
kneeling, :
Convention Public Works reminds resi- ,
In
,
you stop and think of the ones Perry Mrs. Dunnam. .
you love and cherish.)" I' charge of Boy Scout contributions, and Boyce Howell, distribution dents that regular Wednesday refuse w .:'i'"'' '. y ." A" .. w' .
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chairman. Jehovah's witnesses will be pickups will be made on Festival Eucharist !r: .

-- traveling to Perry, Florida for Tuesday, December 24.

Three Found GuiltyIn :,\... .. their semi-annual Bible convene The Post Office will remain Set Christmas Eve !i.: ...., .'..
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Y,i it :X it7: ; ; :' ;:: '"::" tion January 3-5, stated FrankA. xx'
;3 ; :: : : : open all day Saturday, December At : {:
St. Peter's ChurchThe
Circuit Court k ...;.- ,. LoVey presiding minister forJehovah's 21, and will be open all day

.. witnesses in Fernan Christmas Eve. W. H. Melton, Holy Eucharist will be
.. dina Beach. postmaster, announced this week celebrated at St. Peter's Episcopal -
On Burglary Charge :.> ":':" : .}' The convention will be held in''! that all mail will be delivered Church Christmas Eve. The

....;..* ..'''. ::, the Taylor County High School Christmas Eve, where possible. service will start at 11 p.m. with
r Auditorium and will be highlighted Postal employees are working !H carol singing by the choir and
In Circuit Court last Thursday by the main talk, "The Bible overtime to deliver each day' i"congregation, followed by the'' THE NEW IRRIGATION SYSTEM at the Fernandina

three men were found gui't! ? of. Triumphs in a Scientific World"to mail as it arrives. 'consecreation with communion being Beach Golf Course was checked out last week and turned

the robbery of a Milliard restaurant be given by Joseph Saia New i offered at mid-night The over to Golf Pro Ed Mat(son. Shown at the new build.'

I I Two early of in the November.men were sentenced York representative for Jehovah's Vehicle OverturnsOn Rev. James D. Ellisor, rector, '' ing which houses the huge pumps are, left to right, Director

terms by Judge Albert witnesses. will be the celebrant.The of Public Works Jim Beard, Mattson, Hill Bowers,
to prison
I Graessle and one was placed on x Includes in the three-day as- Wet PavementAt Eucharist will again be 'I whose company installed the system, and City Manager
sembly will be various demonstrations celebrated on Christmas day at
probation. O'Neal TodayHomer I David Catch. The building will also sene as a rain
10:00: a.m. and Thursday, St.
and talks on
designed to trainJehovah's
I shelter and comfort station for
Weston Shepherd 19, of Folk I a golfers,
witnesses to become Stephens Day, at 9:30 a.m. :
ston, Ga., will serve from six Jessie Dowling, of Yu.i I *
efficient in their
months to three years on_each of more house-to- lee, received cuts and bruises : .
three breaking and entering house ministry and Bible study which were treated by a private ; r a
work.
charges. The sentences are to run physician, when his automobile '
a
.concurrently. overturned on rain-slick State.
Matthew Hickox, 27, of De- A Christmas DevotionsAt Road 200 at O'Neal shortly after i

Land received a six months to noon today.Dowling ',
St. Michael'sA
two-year sentence and J. D. was returning to Y u- ,

Spence, 20. of Folkston was triduum of spiritual lee when he lost control of his ,
exer-
placed on probation. a vehicle after applying brakes onj
cises will be conducted by the I
Also implicated in ,the robberywere Reverend Father John Zeller the wet curve and overturning.
two juveniles who were also f ; Deputy Sheriff Johnny Bodine, I
C.PPS. for the Holy Name Society -
probation. investigating said the i I
placed on officer
of St. Michael's Parish at St.
Shephard was also charged $ C Michael's Church through December 1060 Volkswagen suffered approximately -

with two other break-ins and it' $500 damage.
J 24th in preparation for the ,
found in the investigationthat
was
Feast Of The Nativity Christmas
on
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Hickox is wanted in Deland Day. MERCHANTS TO CLOSE .1
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for safe robbery. 'mtmnwiimtfllKBzmjntfpflflfolgflBlgFfgfaj
Schedule of devotion for Christ In an advertisement in this issue GOLF PRO ED MATTSON: got his own special Christmas present a little earhjihis
I mas, The Feast of the Nativity a number of local mercantsare ,
AT PRESS TIME year with the cutting in of the new automatic irrigation system at the local
Christmas carols will be links lat
notifying the that they
sung public
At time today a train week. With the new system, which includes
press RONNIE# COWART (left) AND IllS BROTHER RAYMOND by the choir at 11:30 p.m. on will be closed December 26 in addition approximately 7 miles of water pinejand l
and a pulpwood truck were reported I 23 miles of tubing for hydraulic control the
course be
Christmas eve. The MidNightmass to the Christmas can irrigated during the
I regular
flank Santa nisht
to have collided at the i Claus as their little sister sits in the
without the of
necessity heretofore.
will be manpower as Shown
Missa Cantata.
a
holiday. watching the
crossing near Rayonier. Details} j most valuable lap in the world. The Cowarts, former 17th green
Mass on Christmas Day will be Most of the downtown stores getting soaking are left to right i Jim Beard, director of public works
were unavailable' in time for this I residents of Fernandina Beach, came all the way from I at St. Michael's Church at 11:30 will' be open until 8 p.m.: tonight j ager David Gatchel, Mattson, Bill Bowers, whose company installed. the City Mln-
Issue Callahan to see Santa Photo by T. H. x& systemand
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I Published every Thursday and entered at foe Post Office With Haste, Al1d1f "'" "' !
Fernandina Beach, Florida as second class mail matter. .<.t j .
S.-. ..i. Subscription Rates: ... i'. Found And"Joseph ', : I
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years ago in The Atlanta Constitution on December 23, 1IHI I t t: tVM1ji!
flghteen', days after Jrail/fnrGor. The prater has been if printedyNtraftet I St. Luke 2IG ; J"'I i

year ill Imndieds of Ainnuan newspaprrs. It was : .

wfilten! by Paul II arwuk, who' now onducts the weekly olutnn, id i v % I
:The .\otiun_ Counter, for the leinamlina Reach Xews-lsadQ. ST. LUKE 2: 1-14 II 1IPJY.604 .

: j I 'AXD it came to pass in those days, that there went out a.. i I
*. BY PAUL WARWICK > decree from. Cae'sar Au-gus'tus, that all the world should le.t;

This 'morning, 0 Heavenly Father, I wish you would taxed.
2 And this first made when
,turn"me ; ( taxing was : Cy-re-ni-us wa ,-

s I Vm a wrongslde fine one out.to be telling You, but there are millions' governor of Syr-i-a.) :';* '- Atlantic Avenue ,:
'. 3 And all went to be taxed, every one into his own city. ...
:Of Your people in this war-torn world who are all shiny and t ) *>; .
4 And Jo-seph also went up from Gal'i-lee, out of the city : : *
Jmgljt, inside, where their secret dreams lie sleeping, but of Naz'a-reth into Ju-dae'a, unto the city of David, which_is 1 I .
who give off no glow at all when you look at the part that called Beth'le-hem; (because he was of the house and lineage !
SshowX ; of Da'vid:) (i\ ; i MERCHANT GREEN STAMP BONUS

t 5 To be taxed' withMa'ry his espoused wife, being great. 1 :
: Help me and all those others, Lord, to wake up those with child. --- - --

deal *and urg them into action. Help me get control of I 6 And so it was, that, while they were there the daysere l
the little things:. ihe ugly, careless habits of thought and accomplished that she should be delivered. }
nvorchand deed that are blemishes on what you intended.to 7 And she brought forth her first-born son, and wrapped t. Lady Fair Party Bread
bemy immortal soul. Then, the things that matter most It' him in swaddling clothes, and laid him in a manger; because- :>'
:will fake care of' themselves there was no room for them in the inn. ,.,'
I 8 And there were in the same country shepherds abiding in1 I It
fp bulwark/t e. unity our nation needs today, and as a the field, keeping watch over their flock by night. : A scene from the new Elvis Presley movie "Follow That : Onion Salty Rye Pumpernickel

'personal habit, Lori help me to be tolerant, even of intolercerLet I 9 And, lo, the angel of the Lord came upon them, and the i iI Dream being shown Wednesday and Thursday 'at the j
me.not only cling close to the doctrine of live-and glory of the Lord shone round about them: and they were sor .: Han Theatre. 25 FREE
STAMPS
et-1ive with'my everday neighbors, but make me man I afraid. "

:cnoqg.h to reason calmly with my friend when. he unthinking 10 And the angel said unto them, Fear not: for, behold, I I -'. 'i"' .' __ __ ..
1 T.echoes sore'anal. ;. but deadly opinion or epithet bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. : :'
:Charged with 1 racial,'.'religious or personal prejudice which 11 For unto you is born this day in the city of Da'vid a. JUST WONDERFUL
Saviour, which is Christ the Lord. -
tloes-not : .
spring from patriotic motives. Save me from the i
12 And this shall be a sign unto Ye shall find the babe. ,
cowardly' smirk :of ''agreement, when I don't agree at all. you;
wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger. IJ
: Keep me from bigotry and false pride and let me 13 And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the / J HAIR SPRAY
;feel the same degree of self-satisfaction from the smile of heavenly host praising God, and saying, !
i :-my lowliest acquaintance as I do from the infrequent hand- 14 Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good 1:
t :sake of the mighty. I will toward men.PUBLIC ; lS"\1\S ; 100 FREE STAMPS .

I Stay my tongue from gossip and backbiting .\ and I : C11\\ i -_..:... --- I...

make me think instead of so living that evil things may not NOTICE I Bids On Restoration i i, :. : 1 LB. CUP .
:Ibe said of me when I am the one who leaves the room. Let I ..t (.l\I lrrIN.S. I
'humility snuff out of others' let NOTICE TO CREDITORS At Fort Clinch ;' .
envy success; good will IN THE COURT OF TilE COUNTY! .. t. : MAYFAIR
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:drown my thoughtless criticism; let me be generous in JUDGE., NASSAU COUNTY, FLOR!. Rejected By StateI IX, .or" Ult1N' : .. .. '1'. '", i I j
praise for them who still have hear IDA IN PROHATE. H"A. .41" v. ;.
: ; ears to it. i In re: Estate of Walter F, McCall : -"A' v>
Deceased. I Bids for the restoration of ......::: .. .; ,
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I uncon-vincingly To All Creditors and Persons Having buildings at Fort Clinch have ; f.-: COTTAGE CHEESE
Claims or Demands Against Sail Estate I been rejected by the State Park : \'
i :charity begging derelict accosts the : I *. .": ,'. i
me on Board too to consider. ,
You and each of you are hereby noI I as high | .
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'street but give me ample grace to hear the pooor devil' trfied and required to'",present any The Board recently allocated :.., ,. :' 25 FREE STAMPS
claims and demands uhlcn I ;' .
or .
story: for what it may be worth. tuner of you, may have against you. the $35,800 to Fort Clinch State Park : ;. { ( i .,
estate of Walter F. McCall deceased, i Ut the ii,joyous Christmas ---- -- I
i for additional restoration to build- .
When I wander into frantic worry and futile fear r.! late of Nassau County Florida to the i i ] '_ "J .
Hunorab'e J. E. Weatherford, County ings there. The buildings slated ] season, we greet you with our r
'remind that dark of
of night when
the
me boyhood
ghostl Judge of Nassau County, and file tie for restoration are the barracks KOREX( STEEL AND
:'footsteps which pursued me, faster and ever faster, across same in his office in the County Court.. I, building and the bakery shop, '! hopes for your holiday, happ ness. 'il"t I!
hcuse m the City of Fernanoina: Be ch :
:the vacant lot, turned out to be the ribs of my corduroy Nassau Cour.y, Florida within six The lowest bid received I II
.breeches rubbing against each other. ; calendar montns from the elate of the was from Jacksonville Construction : I COPPER CLEANERS

: first claim publication or aemand of shall this be notice.in writing Each, Co. and was in the amount of : SURF MOTEL & RESTAURANT :
Teach to think the
me again simple thoughts
and shall state the place of residenceand $01,047. Other bids ranged to : 25 FREE STAMPS
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address of the claimant
office
l. | Let me be brave enough to say J don't like smutty post and shall be sworn to by the!'i $78,548. i

:stories or, if tha be inconsistent with tolerance,' let me at ,.3Lj claimant such his claim agent or, or demand attorney not, ana so i I!I ,
Itast refrain from replying) in kind and cause me instead fued shah be void i I Do 1 /
:> to think as i thought,on a das in m)' childhood when I fl063.L I Dated. this, 23rd. day of December, ;

t 1 I found a late autu.hn'\, 'fJ wer, full-blowii, imprisoned I in 1 1.earl :s, ALTER T! lJ tALL. JR. ,i TVi FLORIDA TOURIST .I
ice i Walter V McCall. Jr. INLJJSTRY IS WORTH <40f -
) I 1 /ISAliELL McCALL STURUESIsabell ;, $,.t!.5.000.000 AND is /
-ret my shame at needless profanity arrive two seconds i Executor McCall and SturgesAs E. before, instead of one second after, the impulse to utter I respectively, of the Estate of. LARGER __' i
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Walter F. McCall. deceased.'s THAN
.blasphemy and let me remember more often the religious / HERBERT Wm. 1ISHLER CI TAUSINDUSTRY THE { V c. //1'
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d5?4 Atlantic Avenue II \\. oe
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|storm-s\vept Pcrnandina I'eaca. Florida !

/F I '' Guard me frcm the illusion that listeners are held In i' Attorney 4t _for__ said_____ estate..____12 28, 1.2, 9, 16 ,I 1 1' ,
E .thralL by my tales of bygone hangovers .,. and let me.taste, -

|'j instead, in memory, the unaffected ectasy}' of my first or- '; 44' .
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:.ange with a hole cut in top by the kitchen. knife I,; "SEE C. B. Ccopsr's Laundry I ? ; a' 9 o e

; Let there be no moment of any day. Lord, when my --. ..
|love for my loved ones i is not eloquently manifest in my ; 'Pete' INGRAM" CoinOperatedLaundry 9ft""f, IQ
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; |}hug my son hard to my chest flow over me when eager, I Life Insurance Mrs. Doris Howard, tine. /Ollg Illi/ ,
t : !confident questions are about to irk me into impatience : Retirement Income Manager I ire 7hx II/Ils 0"r
|as well ashen I see him in scldier-cowboy-airplane dreams w won II i i : 10')0'1IlIt
Health & Accident lItgtl1t'Oi /
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These are just samples, mean -
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i J You need all of us so much let me play an everlasting II. j I 1."J .#I. .
I. / parlay on the little good that's in me let me pyramid I Disability Monthly Income '

... I my worthwhile emotions into a job of work that will really L. L. BOHANNON tt
:count for my family for my friends for m 3, t tS
!country .\formj y fellowman and through them all'I INSURANCEPhone
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Dear ,Santa Claus, Dear Santa, I want ...
MERRY I Letters To SantaDear I I am 4 years old. I want aTammy 1. A Game -. '
a\\i doll, a bicycle and some 2. A Cowboy hat .
I building blocks. Thank you for 3. Cowboy Boots
Santa Claus,. 'last year's presents.I 4. A cowboy suit f !i
I have been a good little boy.I Love You, 5. Guns. I
would like for you to bring mea Joni My Name is Jerry Lee Thomas ,
big new tricycle and some rac- I am 5 years old.
I ing cars set, and an army train I
Dear Santa, I Want
II and fix electric train please
my
fl flr I 3F' bring me a Tiger Joe tank and a 1. A Raggedy Ann doll. TOO LATE

= Fr';:& big rifle gun like my daddy's. 2. A Cowboy Hat size med. TO CLASSIFY
Thank you Santa Claus we will 3. A Wrist Watch. '
1JL : "7 be looking for you on ChristmasEve. A Valarie doll. I SACRIFICE SALE. For pleasure
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w I live at 224 S. Fletcher in or commercial use. 16
Fernandina Beach, Fla. I am 4s 5. A Name Bracelet I inch mahogany plywood boat,
years old. 6. Cowboy Boots size 13. I! with heavy duty Easy Load

rN I Marc Blankinship My name is Brenda Ann Thomas -I I custom built trailer. Phone .2511 -
I J am 6 years old. I 4813. D26c
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We have tried real hard to be ; I

good boys this year and hope you
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Mitchell wants a big tent, rifle, I w

+ z Roy Rogers guitar and a surprise.
Dennis wants a filling station, a I 2 R
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smoke rifle, coke truck and ma I .
sk -J 'c chine. Hadley doesn't quite know :
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what he wants since he is only I

1 1% yrs. old. But we think he
would enjoy a wagon, a truck
!0 top and some pull toys. He is good I
((1Iiity : g. < $ (sometimes) too! !

I We will go to bed early and
,1 : I will leave you some cake and
milk.
I I IT WAS NO PINCH OF THIS AND DAB OF THAT FOR Mrs. Jennie Courson and her
Lots of Love, Mitchell, Dennis,
staff as they applied the finishing touches to the high school Christmas cake. They
and Hadley Scott
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P. S. Leave Mama Daddy
entire high school student body had been served, there was enough cake left to equal something real nice. ,

1J I an ordinary cake. Pictured from left to right are, Mrs. Courson, Mrs. Edna Porter, ---- I Il

31w 'Sirs. Susan Little, Mrs Bonnie Carsen, Mrs. Lucas, and Mrs. Mae Sauls.TAASvNEWYEA'R .
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4 C $ the cake and its cooks are pretty special. Standing behind the junior high-elementary oil our friends havea "

school Christmas calje! and its creators, the cafeteria staff: from left to right, Mrs. Ruby Christmas! . ...

Carson, M &.fA1a> Thomas, Mrs. Bell Mo vk! Mrs. Helena Skipper, Mrs. Marie Crosby, very merry .

Mrs. Marie Jones, 'Mrs. Juanita Ryals, Mrs. Renner Ryals, Mrs. Beverly Sweat, and Mrs.

.t', !! the joy of Christmas Dorothy Roberts.. THE I JIMMY AND DEBORAH STEVENS.: +
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\ : as with scripture, song ,L ; ;, ., } I Yulee Florida ..w.l i'I
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: N f and prayer, \\e recall! the' :: '(f;. / 4 .. ,,. i, "Twas Christmas day FAMILY ,.
'r .. ::dd : and all through the house I j
i wonder of His birth; .i.\\ ,111
( :, : nothing: was quiet, .Ir.-w. .
I I not!}even a mouse. .-_ ___ __ n___ ___ _... .__ - -___ -0--. ". _.
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From out of the parlor came the ,
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i The dining room table was. covered -
with a game,
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,S< & i' he was lame;
\ Theodore H. HernandezPost' ha. I Music-tops balls'Rattled marbles, fix-wigs and

and chattered and banged ...
American Legion ACTIVE DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON is the Barber through the halls. 11

Shop Quartet 'The Glad Tones". Besides singing for "TWAS CHRISTMAS DAY! Who
.04 Donald W. Anderson Albert Birth Tarn. J. O'Hagan, Jr. local Yule parties, the quartet journeyed to the State cared for the din,
Stephen F. Anderson Hubert N. Holmes Tom J. O'Hagan Sr. Prison Road Camp near Callahan! Saturday night to sing Or looked for the cotton his slippers
Herschel M. Askins C. E. Hud ins Charles D. Oliver
Thomas 11. Askins W, E. Hurlbert B. T. Quinn for the inmates there. They will be a part of the annual came in
I. Warren Baker C. B. Ingram D. 0. Oxley caroling tonight of the local chapter of the Society for To chink up his ears; who warmedhis
John Balogh George Ivey John Partin the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop old soul
John Barmak Phillip Jackson James R. Parker Quartet Ringing in America. Sittin' by a fire of slow,. snoozy I I ::
A. R. Bevillc Bergun K. Johns Arthur Peplow coal!
Thomas 11. Blatchford John D. Johns James W. PetersDr. Grandpa was eighty, but called 5--
C. B. Brewton Alton Johnson Hydie R. Peterson, Jr. for a horn, ..
,Arthur 11. Bridgers Harry D. Johnson William A. Pin kley And Grandma didn't mind if you .
W. H. Burbank, Jr. Carl T. Jones, Jr. Col. Walter J. Preston .
W. H. Burbank, Sr. Charles T. Jones Earl Pyle stepped on her corn; ff
i{ Daddy's a brick, and mother's o o a .
Carl Burford Edward L. Jones George C. Pickett I :
Corwin S. Burghardt Samuel Jones Frank Randolph I :: a bon, ,1y I
George 0. Chaplin John W. Joyce Louis Reese ea, stS1 I And the whole kit and boodle had : .
A. R. Clark Thomas A. Kancy J. A. Robison I heaps of fun. L\1 .

W E. Cooper Ralph Hear Charles F. Rogers i 'I Nobody was spanked, put to bed ..
Guy M. Daniel Mrs. Gladys Keaton Herman K. Roper upstairs, I .
t Melvin F. Daugherty T. Howard Kelly James F. RylantOnille.Saunders Or made to ask pardon that night .
George A. Dclmar Lewis: G. Ki-uer in his I Ii ,
Charles T. DeSandro ,J p W.. Kittrell John Seitz : For 'twas Christmas prayers and aU! 1 1
.Dr. B. F Dickens! +*. tester Knight Angelo L. ScusseU: I i Day ;I 1 ,. fi
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M. E. Dinsmore Fiank 'G. Lambright Lawrence B. Shank : ,
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Wayne W. Dotson DuC. Land Thomas J. Shave, Jr.. Ii Nothing was quiet, not even a m
Craig Duey tiU\t.: Lasserre John Silva mouse! >v 1 ..
:William R. Duncan / T n Lasserre Kleber K. Skidmore JLt Barton Rees Pogue 1 1
Ray A. Edwards W \!er C. Leary Nick A. Smith : 1 # > <'Ji _. :
Darrell R. Elrod :'S. lnUm C.' Lee Jin L. Soo Hoo nY I "I don't know why everybody's I i I ; ,
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Paul J. Ewing -r.k.! T. Leeper Jack StalnakerTheodore criticizing: our foreign policy. I :
*John T. Ferreira n! Lewellen R. Stejrer We're still getting along with I / ;i ,
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;. .11'W. Lewis Hugh F. Stone -of. .
Robert Ferreira Jr. Ott I .
Bakers-
Bermuda. Bob Orben, +
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'Mathias N. Fiala Harry D Lehmanflame's Robert A. Talton _- -":."' \ '"" .
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'Hurley M. Fink :": Long Dave Tapper .k... : ,. ;\ : i t
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Charles L. Flenniken to fcil Loptien David S. Thomas

Sidrcy! A. Freeman Cfe F. ManucY' James M., Thomas : -:-. :-, ; .. ..
(Col.) E. V. Garcia. .=y.VvC. Marcum Kasley D. Thomas I t. .
.' Elbert L. Gill .Ed lattson A'bin C. Thompson, Jr. It is a OUTBOARDINSURANCE 1
'Nolan Gill : he lay Nick Til'akosThomas ; I II i
realpleasure I If
I 'James D. Gordon Dr.: hn W. McClanc ,yo Tilman I 1
CITY.of
FERNANDINA
I r James A.. Graves .. Louis L McKee Angelo Tringali I f I BEACH
i Vernon W. Guest Wayne F. McJunkinCaisorf Charles B. Turner .
I K. C. Haddock A. McKendree George Tyson .1 to say ..
I 'Lonm'e; J. Haddock Christopher C. Mc Howard L. Uffelmaiu thank 'OU" Commissioners .
:Charles Hagar Kendree Glyndon H. Waas, Jr. i ) !i 1
, l Cecil R. Hall Eddie N. McKendree Orville L Wahlin I II andwijhouthe i 4 % .
Charles A. Hall S. R. Merrow. Jr. J. E. Weatherford I i MAYOR E. J. JOHNSON, JR. BEN SORENSEN -JOHN TILIAK01
Thomas G. Hall Thomas E. Michaels Adolph J. Weinzirl happiest oft .
;'Archibold H.! Hardee F.. R. Mills John T. Weisner .
.. holida !. For Better Risks i L. L BOHANN0
) HILTON KITCHENS
:'l. W. Hardee, Jr. Kenneth Mills Max Wesley, Jr. _
IJames P. Harrell. Franz Mitchell Lowell L Wilds II
!Carl Haselden Morris A. Moore Claude E. Wingate DAVID GATCHEL, CITY I MANAGER ,
,;W. D. Hays B. L Morris Lloyd .E. Wolters L. B. REESE John T. Ferreira
4 Norman C. Henderson Robert L Mott Jackson J. Woodward' .
|Leon T. Herrington Russell'! H. Nahm,Jr. Dr. Ralph G. Wolff Cr Son I : 'CLAYTON, SANDERS. DIRECTOR OF FINANCE i
;.James C. Hill Charles J. Nissen Howard Wrench Plumbing & Heating Company ,

508 Atlantic Ii H. W. FISHLER, CITY ATTORNEYt. ,

q" SARA AND LOUIS j -- Phone 261-5571 I .. .

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Page.Four "" News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, December 26,1963Miss I

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Bride of December j Engagement ,

I Sayler To Wed I Rpy' Lamar Park .6. Rev., Mrs. Dunnam "I I Recent arrivals, at- Humphrey

:"De ember 27 At First Baptist Church I Hold Open House For --, Memorial HOJPlta\|:
Re?, anti, Mrs W R. Bol-
William, born
Michael 1
A son,
The 'wedding of Miss Melba Deacons and WivesRev. e:;. Mrs. Leroy Jones and of Belle Clad announce (the December 17 to Alfred and Mary

Elizabeth Sayler, daughter of American Legion and Mrs. James T. Dun- Hostess For Bykota '!I engagement of their daughter, George, 8 North 2Jst.St
"Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Sayler, Jr., nam were hosts Friday night, I Julia Diane, to Charles Hubert r A son, Perry Franklin, born ,.
to Ray Lamar Park, will be solemnized Yuletide t Party December 20, from 7 until 9 .. Christmas Party i Story, son of Mr, and Mrs H, P. December 15 tQ Joseph and Nan:

Friday evening, Decem Set December 31 1 o'clock at an Open House in the I Story of Jacksonville, ey Johnson, Rt. 1, Box 74.
ber.21,at seven thirty o'clock at Pastorium, for all the deacons Y: Members of the Bykota Sun. iI I The wedding will be an event Mr. and Mrs. Elbert R. Maples
th* First Baptist Church. The American Legion Auxiliarywill I and their wives of the First Bap. day School Class of the First of January 4, 1OO!, at four o'clock of Naaleh Kau, Hawaii, announcethe
The bridegroom-to-be is the sponsor a Yuletida party beginning tist Church. Baptist Church of Five Points in the afternoon at the Community birth of a daughter, Constance
; stmrofMr.. and Mrs. Burton 0. at 8 D.m. December 31 in The pastorium was decorated were entertained at their annual 1 i r Methodist Church where Rev. Renee Maples, on December 5.
I :' Park. pf Jacksonville. the Legion Home. with appropriate Christmas dec Christmas party Thursday mo- Poland ,ii pastor, The little lady weighed 7 Ibs. 13

No invitations are being sept All legiornaires and their wives : orations. The serving table was ing, Hostesses for the occasion : The bride-elect attended public f.hS f. 01$. Paternal :grandparfnts: aril
', but 7&1 friends and relatives of are invited to attend and askedto covered with a red satin cloth W were At Mrs.Law borne Leroy, Jones and Mrs. I! school in Fernandina Beach- ? \ t"It's )Ir. and Mr*. fl C. Uddork.

the couple are invited to the cereraony bring a gift to exchange. The overlaid with white net trimmed from 1949 until 1957 She graduated ;
., ;: and reception to follow ,! ladies are asked to bang ladies' with Christmas ornaments. The The Jones home was decoratedin from Columbia High Schoolat TOO LATE
I immediately in the Social Hall of i gifts and the men, men's. centerpiece was of holly and balls keeping with the season. ;
with large multi-color candlein Mrs L. M HoUingsworth '. Lake City, then attended Wesleyan TO CLASSIFY
a
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the church. Entertainment a Ti.iyh x pie. two She
: I the center. sided short business College for years
will be furn'shed: by Unit over a ses.
pv is presently a senior at Florida HAVE SEVEN: fovU old, half
Mrs. Don L. Collins and Mrs. lion prior to the party, She con.
No. 54 for the enjoyment of all
Mrs. Helen Johnson, Mrs. Agnes S Both
State University at Tallahassee.Personos leopard dog puppief.
Eugene Fachkp served. eluded with a Christmas reading,
; and unit members. :
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., Cook and Mrs. Cora Bibb, sexes. Wonderful Christmas gift
During the evening, 45 guests I Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Gill an. t A gift exchange followed, after
au County Health Department
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called. I I still easier to keep up with for phlli Inquire at frtterow-
:| employees, attended a three-day ,Sgt and Mrs. Jimmy Bowers j nounce the marriage of their I which refreshments were served / 'the Jones than_with the bills." I' er's store -. O'Neal
orientation program at the State will arrive Christmas night to daughter, Linda Sue Gill, to Mr{ t the 14 members present. J'! --- --
1| Board of Health in Jacksonville' spend several days with his parents Christmas Tea Held I Glenn Alton Jewell, Jr., son of
f,j Mr and Mrs. Glenn Alton Jewellof Friend of Jess Schuli will .
:Jjast week.. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bowers. Strattons Announce
II t -, Following Program St. George, Georgia. gret to hear of his confinement

!.t., i At WSCS Meeting I The wedding was solemnized Birth Of A Son with the chicken pox 'I The Best t of f The :
I Wednesday, December 18 at Rid. t The C. T DeSandrei left Saturday .
i.I I III II r "If We Had Been In Bethle-I geland, South Carolina, before Senator and Mrs. Harry Stratton for Maumee{ Ohio where I
I, hem," was the program presented i members of the family. 'I of Callahan are receiving congratulations they will spend the holidays with} II III '
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'" by Mrs. Exteen Corbett at the I The couple plan to make their II on the birth of a son, I friends and relatives, Season: To ,You. ... y '
December meeting of the Wo- home in Macclenny. Joel Mark, on December at St. Mr and Mrs. James Bounds of I ;; .

man's Society of Christian Ser- Vincents Hospital in Jacksonville.The Atlanta, Ga., Mr, and ktrs, Joe l' "
f f y vice last Monday evening in Pa. Health Departments little lad weighed 6 lbs 9 Bounds and Chuck of Gainesville,I > From : .
fi rish Hall of Memorial Methodist I
aryl Mr, and Mrs. Ray Bounds
Church. Entertain At Joint ozs.Mrs. and son Jimmy of Jacksonville, r'
Mrs. Corbett was assisted by Ross Libby and Mr. and Mrs. J. G, England ; HARDEE BROTHERS CO.
Mrs. Dick Crumpler and Mrs Christmas PartyThe At of Marion, N. C. are expected to. I!I
Don Brown. Fetes Faculty spend the Christmas holidays }
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., The membership presented Rev Nassau and Baker County Yule Open HouseThe with Mr, and Mrs, E. R. Bounds., I j We Thank :You For
Health Departments held their
t : i and Mrs. Nelson Moyer with q Friends of B. J. Sloan will be :

,. '1 >r i : John Wesley teapot for Christ annual Sandbar Christmas last Friday party night.at the faculty of the Fernandina glad to know that he i is convalescing I.- ,: Your Favors Thru
Beach Elementary School was at home after recently
1 mas.Mrs. :
1 p. F. Dickens, president, Those attending were :Mr. and entertained from 7:30 until {9 I St. '
: I undergoing major surgery at The Year. We Are
Mrs. Jesse Wolfe, and son Tom. I ;
presided during the business
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: tl Wise meeting and Mrs. J. F. Michaelled my, Mr and Mrs. Ernest Harvey, the North 6th Street home of ville. P2 .
the for Missionaries. Mr and Mrs. H. A. Rhoden, Mr Trying Hard To
Men I
: followed prayer Mr and Mrs Ross Libby Assist. I Mrs Betty Gaines will leave .
The January meeting will bea and Mrs. A. P. Hilbert, all of I
I ing Mrs. Libby with the
a Star to seek Mr. and j arrange. tomorrow to spend Christmas i iI '
: Macclenny; Mrs. Thomas II
luncheon given by the Myrtle Please You 'With i
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meats were Mrs Regina Fachko I II'
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to find and Burgess and Edna Davis Circles. Blatchford, Miss Frances Partridge
: District officers will be guests. I Ii Mrs. Paul Bibb, Mrs. Bob. (, and Mrs. Libby's daughter, Lucy Mr, and Mrs. William! Poppell, ; '
worshipHim i Following the meeting, the Annie by Moore, Mrs. Rene Bailey, Mr. A traditionally decorated I' and their four children, Chip,: $ Our Prices, Availability '

: so may you Brown Circle was hostess, for and Mrs. W. R. Wolff and Dr. Christmas tree was placed in the Christopher,, Cathy and, Cheryl, i '
: find thepeace s I a Christmas Tea. and Mrs. B. F, Woolsey, Fernan entrance hall, near a table dec..I at Suwanee, Tenn., ?s; and Service. ,
0 a The table was overlaid with a dina Beach; Mr. and Mrs. WalterJ orated with gold foliage The dining Friends of ,Lt. and Mrs. Jerrell i II i .
\. : and joy of I: white linen cloth with a gold and Johnson, Jr., Yulee; Mr. and ''I room was arrayed in silver I C, Norton, and 'son Richard, will ,
: a holy Christmas. white Christmas arrangement as I Mrs. William Cook, Callahan; and pink. Silvered magnolia leaves | be interested to know they are :
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I the centerpiece. A gold and white Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Walker, I Spanish bayonett and pink making! their home in Colorado I HARDEE BROTHERS CO.
motif was carried out in the arrangement Hilliard; and Dr. Paul Ladd, j candles decked the buffet table, where Lt. Norton is serving with I
: Golden Sands Restaurant I placed at vantage Jacksonville. I while a Christmas Ming tree Defense Communications Agencyat HARRY POOLE, Mgr.
the television set.
points throughout the room. Following dinner, the group I graced Ft. Carson. They are making
: CCOSED; Monday, Tuesday and Christmas Day I Mrs. T. W Brown presided at was invited to the Woolsey home The refreshment tables were their home at 2120 Bonfoy Avenue -
for coffee and dessert. Fellow. I covered with matching damask I Colorado Springs, Colorado. .
: : the punch bowl. Dainty open' I r---- --- -
Open Again Thursday With The Same Fine Food I face sandwiches and cookies were ship, Christmas carols and stereo cloths, the larger centered withan 'I Home for the holidays .

served by the members. music were enjoyed. arrangement of white pons Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Haddock I
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I will Christmas Day in Pal-
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Candelabra held large red can- atka as the guests of Mr. and I
Home For dles whose light revealed a var- I Mrs. Marion Haddock and family.V .
ied assortment of Christmas dainties I

The including, cookies, cakes. II.,. 1.1..
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You'reInvited HolidaysThe party snacks, nuts, mints,. and Lewis, Mf. and Mrs. Rex Dudley I

QA fruit cake. I Mr. and Mrs. George Tyson,I
a ,o 0 aC following college students At the second table, Mrs. Fach Mr. and Mrs.. Al Eason, Mr. and r .,
arrived home this weekend and ko presided over the punch bowl I Mrs. EmeryifAkerman! Mr. and] rrw yOCHEERFUL S
To I the first part of Christmas week I containing red Wassail Punch. !, Mrs. Carl Norris, Mr. and Mrs.. j jI a
I .. I to spend the holidays with their I A red and green color theme I John Weisner, Mr, and Mr. Em.\ '
parents: 1 was carried out in the living room i erson K. Fizer, Mr. and Mrs. S,..'
: : AlA From the University of Florida with various arrangements includ H Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. W J*J
GALA
Gainesville: Arthur Jacobs, ing a gum drop tree, a mantel : Webb, Mrs. KeasWard, Mrs. Ann I Ii
son of Mr. and Mrs. George Owens decoration of saga palm and red i Daniels, Miss Lynn Hitchcock,]
: r NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE ; William Sweatt, son of Mr. candles, and a centerpiece of gold Miss Patricia McAleavy, Miss 'I
: and Mrs. William Sweatt; Herbert and red Spanish bayonett overlaid Janis Hilburnj., and Miss Patricia I
: i I Bowers, son of Mr. and Mrs. with gold magnolia foliage, whichwas : Allen, and ''Mr.and Mrss WilliamT
,., ;, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31 1 H. M. Bowers; Frankie and Johnnv placed on the piano. Anderson. tIN 'I
Morris sons of Mr. and Mrs. Entertainment included vocal ;
f
,. 1 s .. 9 P.M. TIL 2 A.M. I Charles Morris; Danny Griffin, numbers by Don Collins, ministerof GERMANY- 1
I i son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Griffin: music for the First Baptist

l KAC AUDITORIUM I I Bobby Douglas, son of Mr. and Church, who was accompanied by ;: For German children the Christmas -I
Mrs. Robert W. Douglas; and Pat Mrs. Collins. Collins then led the i season-begins.with the hanging -,!I
f AT TENACRES I Stores, daughter of Mrs. lola group in the singing of traditional I of a ''calendar' showing a I May the best of Christmas cheer
4 i i Stores. carols. {! painted hov$&, on December 1.:
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,1' I I From Florida state university, The guests calling during the I Doors and windows of the house I fill the homes and hearts of our

I. .. l ,; ". Music By Live Band .. I Tallahassee: Jimmy Gordon, son !! 4 evening included, Mr, and Mrs L. often hide pteeej'l of candy. ._ !I friends and the If >w
: ,. of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gordon; ] .' ..... patrons during
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: .. '-" : j I Terry Babb, son of Mr. and Mrs. |' ,'. # ,, holiday season It has been a' ,
FAVORS FURNISHED i i Robert Babb; Sylvia Poole, daughter .v
i : Members $1 Couple i| of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Poole: j jI privilege and pleasure to sene *;*,'

Kraft Athletic Club I Myron Hammond, son of SIr and Ilan TheatrePhone
I : Non- mbe.rs $3 Couple Sponsored By I I Mrs. Howard Hammond; Jimmy f you all during the past year. 4

Beard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim t A '

I .-I. I' Beard; Katie Sterling, daughter 261-4849 C. E.: Beach, Mgr. H 4i
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:- : of Mrs. Henry Sterling 1 i ;

f ,.. I Steve Thomas, son of Mr. and 1 II I
: Mrs Dave Thomas; Steve Schmidt WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY I; V
;, son of Mr. and Mrs. Karl I
I V 11 w, r i Schmidt; Karl Stein, son of Mr Special Matinee Christmas Day 2:30 I
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Stein Mr. and
and Mrs. Charles ;
: I i Mrs. Neil Hewitt; Malcolm Hen- Wednesday 2:30 & 7:30 Thursday 7:30 I %r iw ...; LI
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drix, son of Mr. and Mrs. Luther
1 r, j Hendrix; and Louise Rauschert, "The Magic Sword"BASIL r. 0 e-' t wi

trI'.k daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan

I Rauschert. RATHBONE i .. ... Al W5 j A1.'UTtt..y.
i From Stetson University, De- TECHNICOLOR 4. ttr
........ land: Buster Bailey, son of Mr. --- I tt
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i and Mrs. Burns Bailey; and Mary I {. '
Wednesday 4:10 and 9:10 9:10
Thursday
ia I Thompson, daughter of Mr. and
< Mrs. J. B. Thompson. .
I I "Follow Thqt Dream"ELVIS
I, From Maryville College, Mary- '1 ,rc4'
ville, Tennessee: Patsy and Peggy PRESLEY

\ Malone, daughters of Mr. and ._ '
Mrs. J. L. Malone. TECHNICOLOR '
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: From Emory University, At. 3 /4 I
1 ur'' ,, lanta, Ga.: Edward Haner, son of FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY ;'

: ; t., I Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Haner. Friday 7:30. Saturday and Sunday 2:30 and 7:30 :
.., :1
-; :1 From Florida Southern, Lake- I
X land; Mary Ann Dickens, daughter Double Feature i 1 .
of Dr. and Mrs. Ben F. Dick- ,
2&: I1/dP1/ WALT DISNEY'S"In I i"\

I / I I ens.From University of South Search of The Castaways" I .
4rI : Florida; Richard DeSandro, son .
of Mr. and Mrs. C, T. DeSandro MAURICE CHEVALIER HAYLEY MILLS

; From North Florida Junior --- -

:: i: College, Madison: Tommy Hall Friday 9:23. Saturday and Sunday 4:23: & 9:23"Rawpage" I !
son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G e ( '
'p i I HalL > : ; ; 9.

From St. John's River Junior
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i College, Palatka: Lyn Joyner ROBERT MITCHUM ELSA MAUTlNELLI
i son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jov
Sincere Good Wishes ; ner; Johnny Vonnah, son of Mr TECHNICOLOR -+ *
I and Mrs. A. P. Vonnah; and John

We take this opportunity to extend heartfelt thanks to all our !''s.Stevenson R. Stevenson., son of Mr. and Mrs. WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY, JAN, 1 & 2R'ednesday .

..... friends and patrons. It is our sincerest wish that I From South Georgia College, 2:30 8: 7:30 Thursday 7:30 ,.. ."'\

', .' each and one enjoy the merriest Christmas Douglas, Georgia: Tommy Jones Outer
t \ every I very son of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Jones; "Assignment Space"TECHNICOLOR <<
and a holiday season,filled with good cheer. and Jack Barniak, son of Mr. and
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EDGAR ALLAN POE'S -
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and Mrs. Harold Haddock r
y BURGESS AND
and children, Rita, Jeanne, and, "The Haunted Place" COOK .
Bve Points Grocery& Hardware I Cathy of Calhoun, Tennessee are .
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{spending the holidays with their VINCENT! PRICE DEBRA PAGET INC. .
and .
t [parents, Mr. Mrs. Thomas Y.
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i, "A ..Congressman.1latUfa1IYSiti! most of tha-time/. Job A n *"'I-'W" .".. ,"., .,-_'-',0,, ...,..-...,_&-..._ c-.Vv.- ..a1a.a.-, .. .t:_& .&' ". .a.a.. < Green Cove Downs i jVs..Lead. r\ Fernandina Beach. ,.Florida--Thursday. : : December: 26, J0G3 Page'Five.ay j
spends lots of time fixing 'his W. Richards, Pageland (S. C.) ---- T-- ....
fences, because that's where he I Journal Cook 4 4 been$8.00 hour. ::' .. ..
per
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12'' Ranger Olin Mercer
f1 Sports Slants"I Starke To Win Ron Sapp' : 6 2 Landowners- who hare net 'Ie-

Thrift 4 0 81 Announces New eeived complimentary plotvire'it
Stf.'ger 0 0 0 will be the same as befor? Each
Christmas Fee For FirelinesOlin
; t ai !it Tourney Alvarez %1 0 2 landowner will receive the fit
BY CURT GQHDONI II fifteen minutes free, fiscal
i
l j rf Beckett 5 0 1Q D. Mercer, Nassau County ; per
jI \ UY CURT GORDON Schomas 0 0 0 year, .
Ranger advises
I The Christmas Basketball Tour- 'he brought in G5 (trout weighingnear I I Totals 20 1 47 landowners that
nament held this past weekend at ; three pounds each. le( The Green Cove Snrjngs Blue Green Cove F G T effective January Jsfc 1964, fire

iI I :( Starke was won by Green Cove i caught the trout oft the north Devils won the second annual Parker 8 2 18 line plowing will be $9.00per Trade At Homeferisfmas :,
Springs. Green Cove was slated -jetties.I Christmas Invitational Christmas Meadors G 1 13 hour. In the past the charge bag !
'I Ito finish a strong third in the ft ft ft Basketball Tournament staged at Goolsby 2 8 12 .' 0 .
I .
i I StarVe by defeating the hostt.arke - q -- ---- --
WlxinilII' tourney, with Starke being the It is Christmas time again and Rivers 1 0 2
fburt! team, 57-48 in the finals'
I favorite and Fernandina getting i we would like to wish everyone Hodge 2 0 4 ;
( good wishes that you mat I the dark horse title. But, as the a very Merry Christmas and hope of the even(. The Fernandina I Jones 4 3 11 ;

Sb" eniDy I. the lulfist 1rf .,, case in most tournaments, the i Santa Claus brings each of ypu I Beach Pirates defeated Bolles of Totals 23 U 6f'(
; ( Jacksonville in the consolation 1 +4ya\.v fn
i' winner wins and just what want. Both of r
never
I ;predicted : you you. Fernandina 13 13 15 6 47 i ) Zr1L
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bess9! : Gf this Holy I Season i game, 47-42. .
I in most cases the team that isn'tgiven Green Cove 16 10' 14 20 6Q 1
tw Green Cove won over Fernan- !
o
II a chance usually comps! .
I through. We will always maintain SPORTS AFIELD[ djna! Beach pn Friday night bye !
:that a tournament doesn't provea t$ score of G -t7 for the right to r I "
meet Starke in the finals on Saturday -
i P+ thing because any given team BY TED RESTING
e could h4ve a couple of good nights night Starke defeated ., rx Z ..
I and defeat a much better team on Most professional; bird-dog Bolles in the first' round game on f 1 I! I e,..

such J1i hts. Green Cove defeated trainers; particularly those in the I Friday night / i
Fernandina on Friday night and South, who train for the major In the Pirate-Green Cove gameon lrH : iI I

3, just a few weeks ago' the pirates field-trial circuit, are enthusiastic I II Fridav night the Blue Devils J
55 won over Green Cove by 20 fox bunters. Look around their f fI took a 16.13 first quarter lead, 1r
I ,,,.
r but Fernandina battled back to
HARRY WEST 1, points. training establishmentswill and you ; )
.. I ft ft ft I probably find a separate kennel score 13 points in the second period -

Painting Contractor The JocaJ basketball team will of fox-hounds, pedigreed animals while Green Cove scored 10 .
take a rest until January 7 when I of fine breeding that can hold 1 ami the half-time, stood, 2626. I
Fernandina outscored the Devilsin t
Fernandina travels to Yulee to their own in the hottest company. ,
-- --- -- You'd think who devotes : the third period 15-14, but. the .
take on the, Hornets. The next a man I I\\1'vv"\\ t .
some eight to twelve hours day; Pirate offense collapsed in the
home game will be Friday, Jan a j
5 O uary 10, when the Starke Tourna- to working bird-dog pupils afield'I final eight minutes and Green I r I 1 i tiV
5I does .come into town to play the would have his fill of canine com- Cove scored 20 points while the .
Pirates scored 6. I ,
I Pirates. : pany when night falls. "But", says only
ft ft .ft Henry P. Davis Sporting Dogs Ronnie Sapp topped the Fer- t it j i .
.r Mike Cook is making' a fine i Editor of Sports Afield Magazine, : randina point-makers: with 14, I \ t !!: .. .

Y. I ball player for the Pirate Cook i "I have spent many long days I while Mike Cook came through ': I \\i\\\ \ 11 'f/VS ,
with 12. Steve Beckett scored 10, : I / .
U big, can move around good andis I with 9 number of birddog train- II .
riding behind candidates for Joe Thrift 8, Benny Alvarez 2, -
I a good man under the baskets. ers I II .
He usually scores in the double quail-questing proficiency, only to and Richard Sapp 1. I II I
1 wind in small hours of Parker scored }8 to lead Green 4
the
y figures in all games, tpo. I up I / ., .
Cove in I
the arounda scoring.In !
ft ft ft next morning, sitting : ,
I \cv5arw///L I The Gator Bowl} Basketball woodland fire, listening to a the consolation game againstthe :; I ". .,
tournament gets underway this pack of hounds drive a stubborn I I Bolles. Cadets: the Pirates I / i .
0 week at the Coliseum with Man old gray fox around the loop of won, 47-42 in a low-scoring game. i i 5C .
f and his I Fernandina scored 8 in the first I .
hattan Air Force, FSU FlorIda range.
Bolle3'depted the
battling it out for the champ Wherever professional birddog: period while ..
ionship. The tourney gets goingon trainers; gather, whether at field : scoring column for G. The Pirates ', 8I& .
Thursday night, with the finals trials or at social functions, it is scored 9 in the second eight minutes ,' 'c t' ..
Friday night. only natural) for birddog talk to I' while Bolles scored only 5 I!. r ... .
and the half time* score stood, 17- % ,
ft 'R.-tr be the matter of the moment. Yet / >

i t The Air Force football team many times you'break up almost 11. I v d 'a )q ..
conversation the I The tempo picked up in the t ,
had quite'a time getting down to any bird-dog by t j
Florida. At the beginning of the mere mention of foxhounds.Yes third period with Bolles scoring
trip the plane had 'motor trouble it's a strange thing, this 17 and Fernandina 16, and the fin- i rf2 H-z: .
ChristfflasJoy. md had to return to the base love of foxhounds which seems.al eight minutes found both :
I Western Kentucky had the same universal in the hearts of profes- teams making 14 points apiece.; I e in .
type trouble leaving for the Tan sional bird-dog trainers. I know Mike Cook led the Pirates with :
3s Christmas once again gerine Bowl at Orlando, but eVerything that their paramount' interest is] J8 >gotots 1 While Steve Beckettscored I
roc4ims! the Joyful message. the was taken care of and in the work through which they 12. Ronnie ,Sapp added 7,i i i .
Mrald angels sang,we wish for you and both teams -have reached the f I:gain a livelihood. But, when it.I I Ted Steger 6, Joe Thrift 2, Rich 'I 'GReetinGs I I il8'ftt or .
!
ypurs the complete happiness of that holy nightDowntown /' great State of Florida. comes to personal' recreation, the ard Bill Sanp Hunter 1, and led Benny the Bolles Alvarez team 1.I i .. .
& '-tf."ft I foxhounds gets the call with .
We hope we don't, sound bitter many. I suppose it is because the in scoring with 15. abide with gou
andiuiym
this week, especially) since it is i hoqnds are running\ free Thereare The next game on the Pirate '
Gulf Service Station pear Christmas, byt we can't! go no whistles to turn from' a schedule will 1e: January 7 when the ,2Jif your holiday heart with peace and happiness inv -
travel to Yulee to .
play
along with pifking{ All-Star cast, no check cords, no steadyingto I :they .
other words Hornets. The. next ,home game for be a happy. and holy one all the
teams. In this week's pews we shot and wing In I t days to come, .
".... .Fernandina ibe\\ January: 10. - "
---- noticed Foy Norwood, Valdosta, no work. It's simply a matter of v ( 0 '. .
Ga. football,center, wps picked on I lolling back and listening Jo the 1 when they entertain the Starke j t. ,.
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. the All-American High School thrilling, primordial, spinetinglingsquall Tornadoes on the local 'floor. NASSAU 1 :
\ t .. In another of hounds, engaged in a BOX SCOEFeriiandina {
. team, which is /ine 1 Ti I : I I1t
chase in which the i iS seldom F G SR.MERROWJr
; column of the .some-, Diaper Nor: quarry 1 ELECTRiC
I wood failed to make the All- sighted. I ]Ric Sapp 0 1 _1)I) .
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Strange again is the fact that Cook 8 2 18' COMPANY
I Southern team. We. can't see whyIf I"j
r.1ty I he was chosen as ap All-Ami; this does not work in reverse. ;Ron Sapp .3 1 71 J Gulf DistributorFERNANbINAIACH : ,
The dyed-in-the-wool foxhound I Thrift 0' 3 31 I ,
erican he wasn't good enough to P
!. r fan seldom has time for :Steger 2 2 .
make a lesser -tearaH : any any 61 -------- ----
! ft ft other breed. Fox hunting is his j :Beckett -4.4 1 : -
v Mrs. Porter reports from Por- sport, first, last and all tne'tii11e. : I TofalS 1713 47 I :

.A ter's Fish ; thati,Fred Murray Certainly there are exceptions .Belles F G T
Camp
iYrt ; ; and of them. But to i :Hunter 5 5 15
., ; of Jacksonville.kad 'a real big many try _
% 4 0 8 f
I ; ,0"'I'I day catching fish last week when br.ak up any hound-talk session I :McMilan ,
Hornbuckle 4 3 11'
by injecting the subject of bird
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i .14 ; : 4 0 8 I "JEWEL OF CROwtJBEACHES" 1
a p r -T-" I dogs, and your efforts will go for ;, :Howard 01 FLORIDA'S
I napght. True, many, hound pen 1'1 Gelbman C : 0"' 0 I M
I.I I own bird dogs and are enthusiastic -!Thomas I 0 0 0 I '
r r- -. i bird hunters, but their real interest "Totals 17 8 42
II r lies Fernandina 8 9 1C 14 471
in that fox-hound
pack vGeorge's
Furnished These' Merchants and
I Bolles! 6 5 17 14 421 I Directory By Business JMen :
BOX SCORE i iI
Trade At1ornej Feroaniina F G TRio I I
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I Sapp 0 0 11, !! FLORIDA'S f


f h ? I Machina. Shop GOLF FIRST COURSE Propane Gas Co. : .


\ 6 2 N. FRONT ST.Machine EXCELLENT SERVING ALL .. .. ,
/( / YOUR NEEDS IN
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WorkWelding 18-HOLE LP GAS AND :
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GAS APPLIANCES ,_._ .
Brazing LINKS

I i.ri Marine! Repairs 7 South 7th St.

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.... i kBEST Special Shrimp Service TrawlersAll To IID I E 5 I .:

r ..(/ WISHES C Work Guaranteed T. II. I KING{ I :

'4 'FOR ; Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m, at JETTIES PHOTO SHOP '.

1 / Cbristnms i Phone Day 261.3711 Fernandina harbor
&
: Printing ;
:
, lit ay you cn/pt// / ; P V vm Niht 261-5338 HIGH. LOW Kodak Film .

i the lCason'siplenclor. If Photo Supplier :

in the low of df at ones fo all our good: W Friday, Dec. 27 Movie-Cnlored & Regular

f and the udrmiVptpiritwl'wellbeing.Lowe's / : friends, the cry BE WISE.I 5:04: a.m. 11:34 a.m. Weddings :

, : ) happiest of holidays 'Greetings : .5:32 p.m. 11:53: p.m. Portraits by Appointment Only

ill "Porcelainize"LASTS Saturday, Dec. 28 Studios At 504 Af'hf.! : ,

Jr 6:02: a.m. Phone '261-4586 ;
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: z' 3 OR 4 TIMES 6:30 p.m. 12:32: p.m. '

Grocery FREEZ-ETTE Here's to a holiday LONGER THAN Sunday, Dec. 29 Rowland's
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merry and bright with k ORDINARY WAX JOB 7:00:: a.m. 12:48: a.m. UPHOLSTERY

HI'f bells 7:26 p.m. 1.28 p.m.
" ringing, carol LASSERRE MOTOR PO YOU NEED
: --- :, Dec. 30
-- -- --- singing, Monday,
--- -- greetings NEW fOVFRnttH OR REPAIR
"' and treatings, gifts'" :' CO. 754; a.m. 1:41 a.m. rt'BSITUBE TO. YOUR

Sincere t i and gladness galore* ai. S, Sth St. Ph. 261-3819 8:21 p.m. 2:22: p.In. NEW SAT r OR -COVERS

I Tuesday, Dec. 31 FOR YOl'R
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8:46: a.m. 2:33: a.m.

fo, I IfVlsheQ Fishing? 9:13.p.m. 3:14: p.m. FREE ESTIMATES Drli\'f
Christmas i oi I Going We Pick Up and r
( And here's f ft you! \V$ Y Wednesday, Jan. 1

4 t sincerely wish you Visit--Us For 9:46: a.m. 3:33: a.m. Porter & Lovcquist

the season's best and Ompleie Line Of 10.13 p.m. 4:14 p.m. General Contractors(

gratefully express cur e Fishing Tackle Thursday, Jan. 2 SPECIALTIES _

i iJut appreciation for your Rods Reels 10:46 a.m. 4:33 a.m. WOODWORKING 1

( bur/iti' friendly patronage, OijtdnQF Camping 11:13 p.m. 5:14 p.m. PLASTIC SURFACING
t I CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS
EquipmentFIRESTONE Friday Jan. 3
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grttlilZgll KITCHEN AND BATH 1

all our friend anj I 1, b I 11:46 a.m. 533; a.m. REMODELING
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aeizbbort, My you ; .H I, BEACH SUPPLY 6:14 p.m. For Complete Color Coordination Showroom

enjoy a ''''Merry Christmas, Tto Courtenr
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P..:. !:: Neti>'s-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida':" Thursday, December 26, 1963
1

i "The:Supreme Court has leaned meanings which had not been discovered j Miss Beth SaylerComplmented
'o far over backward io 'protect- before by justices or law MORTON FROZEN
I ing' minority groups including makers for 200 years." Lloyd. At ;
communist and atheists that Frisbie Poly County (Bartow, Bridal Shower CHICKEN, BEEF, TURKEY
J It has read into the Constitution Fla.) Democrat. ip D
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r- Miss Beth Sayler bride-e'e POT PIES

of December 27, was the inspiration
for a miscellaneous shown llll
on Monday evening at the horn l aSTEAKS
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of Mrs. H. C. Haddock on Soutt 6 FOR 1.b
I 10th Street. .
Ladies of the Intermediat Li Sirloin LB. 88
Sunday School Department No. fof v
I the First Baptist Church wer b I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
co-hostesses for the holiday af PRICES GOOD THRU '
t i fair. ll"j I DECEMBER 28TH FULL CUT BONELESS STEAKS

t 1 Arrangements of Christmas fol- a. ,. .
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a DIZIEfToREfINC
""P tI" red berries were placedat IuI WINN
vantage points throughout SSPARELEAN COPYRIGHT-IIU Ro u n d LB.

qi/M'/i; / ,ne roujas. which were opened. en- 001) STOtl .
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:" suite.
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Il' ll't'I\ STEAKS
j The refreshment table was covered 'RIi
with a lovely red satin cloth
TOWISJYOUI. overlaid with white net appliqued
I.with arrangements; of red felt Ii. Tbone LB. 981II
a very merry C! stmas, and thank you for poinsettias and green leaves. '

(your kindness and loyalty is the purpose I Lime punch was served with bridal fJ i
cakes topped with white wed LEANER FRESHER GROUND, 100% PURE BEEF ,
[of f this, our sincere holiday greeting. ,
ding bells, and nuts and mints. BS 9B
't The honoree displayed her LB. lB. i
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R ''m Gr Beef 5
many' gifts on a table which was fJ PKG.
/uLr overlaid with a white linen cloth.A :

beautiful bride doll, surroundedwith ,,. ,
'James E. (Jim) Bowers decoration.greenery formed the central r t1">x .'.c......zo., x S----.S.. ;.' .,>
Approximately thirty five li
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friends of the
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SMOKED BOB WHITE SLICED ;
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I the appointed hours of seven ,r a 50 Extra' CGreen Stamps
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until!! the o'clock. ;#1 WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF

Other guests were Mrs. S. W Fz
mother of the bride-elect. : aU'Paii'R
Sayler JOWLS BACON [ a !i'Shrlnir,
Mrs. B. 0, Park and daughter {. 1
of Jacksonville GOOD THRU OECCKBZR /THL
J1 : Miss Yolando Park I j 1
% ? mother and .sister of the AT ANY WINN.DIXIE fr*
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t *c't bridegroom-elect, and Miss Barbara 1 j 31 [ fflffifelj
i Stokes of Brunswick Georgia 1 j
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Miss Park and Miss Stlkes are I II m IN a a 1 dtkl
I college mates of the honoree and "
will be attendants in the wedding. : TEETHOUT 1 l-LB. xra reen Stamps'I
I 1 PKG i iLB. WITH THIS COUPON AND P (CHASE OF
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I NevI Year's Dance :
.1 \ ; ': Orange DelightGOOD 1
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By 1 AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
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let the message of the manger, ever new, bring Following an executive meetineof j I r tl",. i&'Jffli + + ?M.M.....
peace and contentment to all of.us at Christmas. the Teen Club board a general SAVE 1 100 A". 50 Extra roeeMrcg was held Wednesday f GREE1.STAMPS WITH THIS COUPON, AND PURCHASE OF
evening in the Recreation Center 1 24-oz. '''
Peas 1 Two PKCS. FROZEN
I JOHN T. FERREIRA & SON game President room. Mike Fiala led theerouo Blackeye Pkg. W d, wk4HF Onion Rings .

in an animated discussion 33"w DECEMBER ISTH
for the new including GEtA
., of plans for New year Year's- I SAVE .60 EACH DIXIE DARLING LONG GRAINancyRice STAMPS WINN-DIXIE
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dance. 411r t o.
Terry McKendree, a former 3 Lb.
{\t i!$ Teen Cl"b member now home I Pkg. 39; GREFn d j i ,
j 1I I from college for Christmas at- : STAMI. fl r.

I ".t .! e n r 0 I tended the meeting: and volunteered -i wk cwt |50 Extra "Gr aa Stamps

,.,rjJ.( \ '\ I to spend part of his free I SAVE 6ftt EACH HUNT TOMATO Limit 2 Please WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF.
: time spearheading a committee ; _
1 S ''l ,. to obtain decorative material for ONE FROZEN CHUN KING
\ : ., < w 'r ",... \ ... Pirates Inn. Rustic materials suchas I 2 : 2 9 STAMP! Dinner For Three
l' : @ Catsup -ttlOZes I
r ., S, "Jt: :!: !( ri?sf1 i rR cable spools tab'e tops, burlap B A Wk GWk COOD THRU DECEMBER 2ITH i
bags will be collected and denos-
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DIXIE
j AT ANY WINN-
: 4' I'Y J. ited in the back yard of Don Nan, 3a a / 1 d
.J I rIz. ny assistant recreational direc SAVE 140 EACH ? LIBBY .. .. Limit 2 Please STAMP GREEN*, i 1 '
!J.f.' : J tor. The materials+ are to be usedin

JJ4' the construction of origins! 1 12 WENvF &OffiHlHffll I I & i
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seating and table arrangementsfor Corned Beef : 3'fSAVE

.' f'1 I .f.'r.. It' ":" ..- The the club dance members patio. also voted GREEA STAMPS 50 Extra iWCreenS lamps ,
WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
fl +o nrocede with the acoustitile*I
..'" \ i 1 Best wishes for a fine project started last year. Each \( :SYzf EACH VAN. CAMP Limit 3 with $5. food order i W""k FOUR No. '/ CANS LIGHT MEAT

.> ?OldfOshiOnedChrlSlmas:: square purchased was to have the I Blue! Bay Chunk Tuna
.)i.'V: name of the purchaser on it. The 1 GREET. I
& full of cheer
/ season good STAMPS GOOD THRU DECEMBER KTH
..., Pk Beans
t ., aim? was to cover the entire game i
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;;: .,T I' room ceiling. j I wk 4/1r 3s a r d
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Plans were made to hold a
semi-formal New Year's Dance
8* EACH OSAGE FREESTONE Limit 2 Please t GRkFr. T 1
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. New Year's i: 5A Mix. _S ,
LASSERRE MOTOR CO. ..
Eve at the Woman's Club. Dance .r.w all 1
committee chairmen were appointed SpA i W GrE Extra f Green Stamps 1
SINCE I 1910 as follows: Donald Jacobs eac es No. 2W CAN 19 i NWITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF "

decorations and Sherry Lang, GREEti .
.. i ONE voz. JAR DEEP SOUTHPeanut $
refreshments The Teen ClnVsnewly STAMPS
I rwgUVE
... 1 Bullet
purchased juke box will be
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STAY I IN SCHOOL JOIN THE l1S If for the affair. F _" ___" .,..-" ', ,-._ ." ,L",; ,'" "''>--',---. -,:, <-":'-<--','X,- ".,-_"""""<< ''a'b-'> "f' I 6000 THRU DECEMBER XITH '
I The members decided in favor 1 i AT ANY WINN DIXIE
-NAVAL RESERVE of purchasing the 20 too-rated records 36 d
I I U. S. No. 1 WHITE.FRESH. FIRM, RIPE GREE/
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i in time for the dance. Ad- 1 t stswvs
o mission to the dance will be by I I Ii
membership card only. Nonmembers POTATOES 1 BANANAS S : W Ca\E w
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: may purchase a membership

i at the door.Refreshments. I I i : :. i STAMPS 50 ExtrasGreen Si am sII
will be served by
I II WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
the Youth Committee of the Wo- j
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I I 10 i 39 9' wk 4wE ONE LARGE BOTTLE +
LB. e
I man's Club. The Woman's Club| B ,. .
IL : will also provide chaporones for I 1 Alka Seltzer

a 1 1 the dance. I II 1I GREET.STAMIM GOOD THRU DECEMBER 1'THIT
:: I Representing the Woman's Club : M ? ?
A ANY WINH.blXIE
Youth Committee at the two : 37 I

i meetings Wednesday night were. '! ---_- ,.d. ".""," '. -- --...---,.- ,' ". '. ,-r kitFI4T1 4
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News-Leader Fernandina Beach "Florida-Th 1963 Page Seven merchant friend advises ;
y.D.ecember.26,
Harrison Fiala Traditional 0 Christmas Tree"Means : while business isn't what it

.. ent be, it's less worse." RO- ,
A .. other 0. Gauger, Whitehall (Wis.)
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S Get Star Rank Fir To Most People olers .


At Honor CourtBoy I Traditional for trimming, the Iowa and north and west deep I,

I fir is the tree most people think : into Canada. As I
of when they sing "0 Christmas: Balsam retains needles well and A.
Scouts, Frank Harrisonand tree 0 Christmas tree, how love- i
1 give off a pleasing fragrance. It ,; in
Frank Fiala, junior leadersof :;ly are thy branches." i is especially well-liked in the I I tory
Boy Scout Troop 213, received : I
I Although there are close to 40, Eastern United States. over
their Star Rank at the Nassau
District Court of Honor held last i species of firs found in Central I II Included among the many other :. ian
and Southern Europe, Asia north i, Christmas choices are the East Basil I
Junior School I
week at the High
of the Himalayas, and North I ern red cedar, black spruce and I sung
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auditorium. I America, the holiday favorite Scotch pine.Canadian. Year.
r- Nassau District Scout Commis- the fir is !
I Douglas not even a I l
Christmas trees, from 1
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sioner Fred Townsend presentedthe
: true fir. I Ii .
YI awards in the presence of I i! Originally named false hemlock seven provinces, are part of the!. the r f '!
/1 the scouts' parents; both Mrs. holiday scene in many countries. ;'
with yew-like needles, the Doug '
: Charles Harrison and Mrs. Math- ,I {
l las fir is neither a yew, hemlock, The United States, alone, accounts j; A
H4 ias Fiala receiving miniatures of
ki
'spruce nor fir. But it does have for about 90 per cent of Canada's j! scene
a <,. the gold pins received by their I some of the characteristics of all annual production of trees. Still I i ren '

fp sons.The four I evergreens, and its identity f, others are shipped abroad, from'I'
scouts also received merit r confused bOtanists for years. |1 I Ethiopia to Venezuela. Child.Vt
badges for public health. It was
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The Douglas fir's graceful, I
I up-
announced that Troop 213 had I
: turned growth and ability to hold ,
the attendance and advancement
trx S h / won 'i its needles when cut have put iti;
awards for the 5th consecutive -
[ in the top spot for Christmas use. :;
tx time. '
xah It also produces top-quality lum- i I holiday happiness F
L Scouts Harrison and Fiala havean I ay
ber. The state of Montana is an
outstanding record of leader- I important source of Douglas firs. shine brightly in '' .
and achievement for their
ship years of scouting, said Scout I Next popular Christmas tree is I: your heart. Beach"A,

master E. Valero. I the balsam fir. Also called Canada 3*
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TWO SCOUTS OF TROOP 213, Frank Harrison and Frank Fiala, received their Star i, I I balsam or Balm of Gilead, ; .
Rank at the Nassau Court of Honor this month. Pictured from left, Mr. and Mrs. !
according to The ;
Mike Fiala and their son, Frank, Fred Tawnsend, Nassau District Scout Commissioner I r' Cards Came I Americana, balsam grows Encyclopedia from i f!! ,

who made the awards, Frank Harris! and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles 'Newfoundland to Virginia, west to.

Harrison. Mrs. Fiala and Mrs. Harrison each received miniature Star Rank gold pins. Late In YuleTraditions ____ _. ____ I: 1
Photo by T. H. King !
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I or bits of old lipstick, or oil col : i .

I ors. As the water heats, the ?
paraf-I'
1 afin will melt. This is a
Many of today's Christmas traditions -
I to melt it, for when too hot -
paraffin
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began' somewhere in the ,
for The Homemaker I will catch fire and burn. ; g o
When melted, remove can from : dim past, but the practice of ex- 0CN GladTidingsvhis
changing greeting cards is just a I/Trtt G iMTIri1
I hot water. Spoon melted paraffin'into i
little over a century old.
ByMrs.Mary cracks in the candle block. I I Ii '
: In 1818 William Maw Egley, a I
Now to whip the paraffin, use a Christmas, we
,, : I N. Harrison I fork and whip overhand, as if!: "starving" young English artist, Merry i f
,, : I beating 'eggs. As bubbles form on I came up with the idea of design- I I t I II sincerely wish

t (i,. 'ifI Home Demonstration Agent the paraffin scoop, them up with I. ing a Christmas card and reproducing Christmas for you all the joys and
.1 fork and place them on the candle I it on pieces of pasteboard I : ;;,(
then beat again until more for the public to buy.Egley's I I /, ,. I blessings of the

.w MWW i iI bubbles appear etc. Repeat this I card showed a family Christmas, the season of G. season.MARY .

Christmas is almost here. For I (set on rayon setting). Quickly process until candle is completely I Christmas dinner, formal dance, happiness, a time for giving
many this means a last minute I press these blocks together. They covered with fluffy paraffin. I skating, carolers, almsgiving, a and receiving gifts. Give the i
rush. Do you need a candle for I! will stick. Repeat the process Iwith i iI Another type candle that is Punch and Judy show and other gift of health with your con- i
those decorations? There are sev- I two more blocks. This will' very pretty and unusual is made aspects of a celebration resemb-
eral kinds of candles that may not hurt your iron. Now place the with a half gallon milk carton. ling the one in Charles Dickens' tribution to Christmas Seals. FRANK i; K'SDepartment
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be made with ease. A very pretty !| cord en one set of blocks. Press : This candle uses paraffin colored, "The Christmas Carol," publisheda j I
and popular candle is the frosted :; against the iron, then join onto or old candles. It will take sev- few years previously. Unfortunately Fight tuberculosis and other I
candle. For a large five inch :other $et" of paraffin blocks. Now, : eral old candies, 'or paraffin (all Egley's friends were not I respiratordiseases _ilh Our 26th Year of
candle you will need six squares, all four blocks should be tog th-! of it) by method suggested above.I enthusiastic about his idea. i Christmas Seals I In Fernandina Store
for a ten inch candle it will be ; er. There will be spaces where Into the bottpm of the milk car- New Year's ApologyThe II I

twelve squares, of paraffin, the the paraffin is not joined, but ton pour about an inch of melted "daddy" of all holiday --- -- - .- ---- .
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kind that you buy at the grocery later you can spoon melted paraffin paraffin now place an' 8 ounce cards was designed 'and etched in I -- -

store. Wicks may be purchased into these spaces, to make water glass, small end down on i 1812 by J. A, Boerner, a young I -
from hobby shops, or taken from it all solid. the slightly soft paraffin. Fill the 1 i Londoner, who wanted to apologize -
old candles (should they not belong Now to frost your candle. Take' space between glass and outsideof 1 to friends for his failure to I

enough, tic them together), I' a sauce pan, place about 2 inches the milk carton with small I pay a New Year's Day visit. Mr. _
or you may make your own. Use of water into it, and place over chips of ice. Ice cubes may be cut I Boerner's card made it clear he : __l
heavy cord, wet it with borox medium heat on the stove. Into ; into two or three parts 'each for was tied to his home by depicting ; -
water 1 teaspoon to 1 cup water, this sauce pan put a clean coffeecan. this. Over the ice pour the melted' him with his coat caught in the I i
then let the wick dry. The borox This gives you a double paraffin. Let cool thoroughly. I i locked doorway of his house.In I

water makes the wick burn slower boiler effect, but when finished ;iI After cold remove glass from I: 1843, Sir Henry Cole, a busy '. _

and not smoke as much as a regular I i I you may throw: away the toffee I center of candles. If it will not I English "missionary" of culture, j' 1 : -
cord would Jo. A simple way'' can, and elmiinate the cleaning come free of the paraffin, fill the hit tppon ..thejdea.of sending out ':Cj. ,.
to join i&Uj block of paraffin'to ;Wblem. fir the: toffee"can"vh.cfr j jI |- lass' -wittr warrii111 (\at er; t lIttle[ missives: at Christmas., John I
gether is to touch the flat side of I I two squares of paraffin. If coloring 'i ....%.i" turn to free it from Ihe 'I Calcott Horsley of the Royal Academy ,

two paraffin blocks to an iron i iJ desired, add color crayon. paraffin.. Now rem ve'the milk I famous for his campaignagainst ,, 1 W'M
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nude art, designed the I Ii y "
cards and Sir Henry sent out 1000 I 1 ? z'l +

to friends. I l ,,.f ,, s J '
It wasn't until the early 1860'sthat .
cards were issued for general : I -- ':a1
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t distribution by a large English =

: Ilk 4 / 1i9vi publishing company. I I j f\j, V '\ .----:--:,

r Christmas greetings were introduced i
into the United States by I f ,
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the Marcus Card Company of /t .-
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London. They became popular immediately -: r a

and in 1874 Louis ; Tt
Prang a German immigrant, start r >
l ed a Christmas card business at ; .t f

r 1 Roxbury, Mass. :

{ Custom Lost FashionAt 2k; ;
the turn of the century, he :

ceased publishing rather than
compete with imports flooding the
\ market. For the next decade or i \ Yi Y

so the custom of exchanging cards

fell out of fashion.
I Only after World War One did

v r I II American, manufacturers begin to
achieve success in the card busi-

ness. Then inexpensive printingand

lithographing processes
brought Christmas cards within

everyone's reach.
Despite its relatively recent
start in this country, the custom t;1 1 i t 1 Ii

has caught the fancy of the American I

\t&, 1 public to the extent that it
sends billions of Christmas cards !.r 5+ l +lt If r4 } rf
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every year, according to Mrs. 1 t 1:, r If l tt rr :1 1}r!; t % i

I Peggy Gilbert of Norcross, Inc.

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. carton, it may be torn away from ,1; ,j .ti: 1 lt,. 'I. r' .r5
the wax. On the inside of the \
large candle, place a small shortone. V
'1! ,,O As it burns the light reflects ::1m1

/ii1ft/ ,. $4b. I'' through candle the,irregular and gives holes it a in very thelarge I It -


::94 picturesque Should you effect.have a number of

colored candles that are parti- fr ,{ 4
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'\ .. I cally burned, why not make one r
i .i large colored candle? Chip the ,

I colored wax into bits, place in a.

quart milk carton. Other things : .
II as jello molds, paper cups etc. -
may be used as molds. Be sure to dstmos M
fasten the wick to the bottom of '
(II
I the mold, and to hold it straight ,
when pouring the candle. A tiny !

I hole in the milk carton, with a !' Reverently, we remember a night of awe and wonder,
pin or a knot in the wick will hold

I it in place. Now over the colored / when angels sang, shepherds watched and a shining Star guided Wise Men
i wax pour melted wax. This makes. --'
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Holiday time is here once again, and we take I I la colorful confetti candle. :to'the manger where a Child was born. We celebrate this holy holiday with thoughts for all
.. Mrs. Carl Quattlebaum of Fer-
; ..,. '.. this happy occasion to wish joy of the j '
,J every I nandina has made an excellent] our good friends everywhere, and with the hope that for
::1 season to our good friends. It's always a ; collection of candles this holiday :
,.; season. She has in the collection i j i iI I
; i''I.r.. pleasure to serve you, and we thank you!- I the candles suggested above, plus !; you deeper its joys ever greater.. i
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many clever ideas of her own on- ;: <

gin. One such, is to cover a paper j I
cone with paraffin then in the j .. H. F. STONE JR. Agent.
top place a small short candle i ; ,
(for wick effect). By this method I

THE SANDBAR one can get a very large candle I II : .. :
I without the expense of much par : : : DAVID STONE

affin. Why not get busy and see f '. ,

FORREST OZBURN what you can do. : .
Best wishes for a wonderful STANDARD OIL COMPANY
I I Christmas. May you enjoy the ,
: privileges of being a Home &ktr.1 2 ,. .

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'i! GO A.CAROLING four days of prayer dances. Atj I Lithographer "Fathered" American : :-_
December 26 1963 I
[ t Eight News.Leader, Fernandina. Beach, Elorida-Thursd3, --1. j,Taos Pueblo Indians conduct ai l ..

1 ,- 1 Community caroling, ia Hanover I I"PfQ ession' of .torches"" during!l''Crafting Cdrds/lncbtfraged Artists, "

I Va., for the past' 10 years Christmas week. .

Santa Land U. S.A. Has been provided. a group ol I i i The candles known as luminar i iI To' Louis Prang, a native of thousand dollars. Winner, wjthtwo
actors from Barksdale theatre ies Breslau, Germany, goes the credit exceptions, were artist born
i I are a Spanish contribution.; : In'' the' United States. -. .
I and friends. } for being "father of the Amen .
I Feature of the Christmas sea He returned with deodar 1 I Put up early i in December, they l i iI "
ayas. red
I Moving about the town iff f can Christmas card. Women artists were weir-repre
I son at Putney, Vt, is "Santa's: seeds, which he planted on his I costumes and carrying lighted I I are used to outline' walls of I, Prangr a lithographer who began sented!; among winner's. ROsina
Santa his !! ranch. houses' and stores, as well as !
Hand, U. S. A. greets : candles, the carolers concentrate i
Emmet the mother of the
curbs' and ; card business was
greeting in
driveways.
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NhA i friends here in one of his homes- In 1885 his sons transplanted I on' houses with children and eld- ] ;I I
I away-from home since the \ the young trees along what 'was erly people. :I! Then there is the ceremony of Roxbury,. Mass, exhibited his own late author and playwright, RO-

I North Pole must be considered his i I then the principal roadway to the : They approach the houseitsifig-.;posada. For nine days, the story cards at the Centennial' Exposition -'!bert Emmett Sherwood.. Others

I official residence. : Woodburj ranch ing "Jingle Bells," render* two t 1 I of the Nativity and the holy fam- in Philadelphia in 1875. He were Dora Wheeler, Anne Morse',

The building is set against a : of Candlelight""Richmond more carols,. and move away! singing I ily's search for shelter is acted'out i I then had' the idea of holding. an Lizbeth Humphrey and' Florence
Background of pine trees, in the ; "City "We Wish You A *Mcrry by churches, hotels, social i Taber.
; tor : and families. I annual' competition to obtain' the
foothills of Vermont's Green 'j City of Candlelight" Christmas. ,'.f groups best of American art for cards The of 20
Prang prize
group
mountains. The large letters "S. has been the Christmas i And along, with all the festive
i I|,C." on the chimney identify it as ;I theme for Richmond, Va., for the IN NEW MEXICO I and religious observances of : Hundreds: of paintings were en. : cards is owned by Norcross, Inc,

Santa's residence.IN five I Christmas in New Mexico, it's tered in Prang's contest;. for I Ii greeting card publishers.
past years. Indian, Spanish' and American
I R certain that the American contribution prizes from two hundred to one i
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: I. NEW ORLEANS Taking the cue from Colonial cultures all contribute to the _.__. ---- -.- --
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Williamsburg, Richmond sought ways of celebrating Christmas in
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Ec '' (' II i Carol sings are a traditional j jto initiate the rebirth of an old1 1 New Mexico. I \\
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<".. ,.'. part of the holiday season in 1 fashioned Christmas: tradition by 1 I "Prayer dances" performed by I! ,

Y : May you a( New Orleans. Many of them are urging residents and organizations I the Indians unite their ancient i "Things would be better if all

.. 1 enjoy Christmas r !: held across the street from St. ; to "place an electric candle In ceremonials with their present our statesmen were on a peace-

7 '' :jLouir cathedral. This historic every: window." :t; Christianity. Following midnight : work basis." Ray Winans,

as much as we have .. gI I cathedral in the French Quarter !i The shopping area presents :!mass on Christmas Eve they hold West Springfield (Mass.) Record.
enjoyed the opportunity to serve you. j is a focal point for the commun i -
.tI\.. ity'a religious observances of |: triple candles in evergreen bases !i :
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that an adult even I t1-. "
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: :fti ( ,.: K :It Glad tidings-to all and our I j As this a first despicable gesture to happening discourage ':10t./.:..; :...:,.".- I"I

t 3 i state legislatures are passing ,
: t warmest wishes for the happiest I I laws requiring physicians and I

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: \ A cept our sincerest thanks for physical brought to abuse them for of treatment children D. o. OXLEY .'. ,. E E1f McKENDREE :
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: 1 friendliness and I Florida pioneered in passing : f
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your such law :
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Clerk of Circuit Court tTaxAssessor':
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'S* Been}) a pleasure to leading to the law's *
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cause of the seriousness of the H. ) YOUNGBLOOD. ,: WEISNER

I. situation to make reporting :;; "'" "of. ...-aSupL'.of :-.' .
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: Dear Santa, -- S News-LeaderFernandina'Beach'Florida-Thursday, 'December 26, 1963.. Page Nine.
My name is Priscilla Fay Stur Snow Scenes Say
Letters ges. I live in Fernandina Beach ,
to Santa Fla. and I have been a good girl.I ity and the events following it I tree was, supposedly, created by season.
would like a nice doll, a record "It's Christmas"By was faithful to the probabilities. Martin Luther as a symbol of a I While many, perhaps most
player, and some clothes. Please In these paintings the shepherds starry sky on a snowy night. people may be able only to dreamof

Del.Fernandina Dear take care of all my family and ANNA MANG watched in fields free of snow, I In modern times Irving Berlin I a white Christmas and create.
Gen. Santa Claus I am writingthis Dear SantaI
Beach Fla. letter for friend. Merry Christmas to all Where the sun shines bright, and the Holy Family fled to !I and Bing Crosby have substantially its semblance with cotton or
my little cousin: have been A good boy. Please i -
Egypt under skies their i it's safe
Dec. 4, 1963 and he wants a 1. firetruck "Car Love Priscilla the air is balmy and never is I sunny I strengthened the vision of !| spray-on snow, a assumption -
bring me a Highwa7, and a route marked by palm trees. 1 I I that the happiest season will
Dear Santa Claus, 2. wagon "House Trailer" and a "Kennel I 6 if heard the discouraging howl of a Later a "White Christmas." Bing singing
in
paintings
snow appeared
I am a little four years old and 3. car Trailer," and a lot of surprises.We I Fernandina Elem. School blizzard, Christmas is still a win- :| of the Holy Nieht.i j I II Berlin's famous song is now I:I continue to be envisioned .as a-
have been real good this year. I 4. airplane will leave you some cookies Dear Santa Claus, ter wonderland.In j I I White Means Purity a traditional part of the Yule snowy winter wonderland. .
want you to bring me a Doll, A 5. books and milk, northern climes the plaint is, I j -- .
I Love Santa.
Part of the be
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tea set, T. V.-Radio-an some 6. ball "We just don't have for I explanation may
a Your friend snow
Will bring me a toy andA : that white rather than red and
clothes. please dont forget my lit His name is Marty Swails and Mark Bailey you gun Christmas the way we used to,"I I !I .1,
le sister Kathy who is 1 yr old. he is 1 year old P.S. few cannon Balls Do come see {' and even in climates where decorated green, was early chosen byj I Ii
me I really love you Santa I surely churches the color of Christmas.
she wants, a doll, a tea set, a' Love Please bring my sister Chris a J' palm trees substitute for ; as I OMi
do. I
want some candy too. White is of the
horse and some clothes to. Len ails Barbie Dream House and Midge evergreens and holiday picnics i course, sym- ;
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Also dont forget My Mama and r doll She would like lots of sur-I I Your lovin friend John Doyle are;more likely than sleigh rides, I j bol of purity and innocence, and' ; :

daddy. I will have you some cake Dear, Santa' Claus prises Give her lot's of Stillwell :1 snow and plenty of it seems ;n >; a landscape white with snow thus'j ,
and coffee under the Christmas For Christmas I want"a football her stocking. I love you Santa, XXXOOOO essential part of the vision of the i I i becomes a proper expression of
tree. suit. set I want my bicycle re Your friend ok Yuletide. i the true spirit of Christmas. I

2 sweet little girls paired. Chris Bailey Rt. Box Country snow scenes Other explanations may be
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Carol & Kathy Worth From'Lawrence '* is A FernandinaDear greeting card subjects and } found in the origins of Christmas i> VIthM4
428 No. 4th St. Piper' Dear Santa, Santa Christmas illustrations in South-'i customs. Many of the pagan rites I I
t Fernandina Beach, Fla. # : ern states, South American countries which were absorbed into the a
I have been this I _
a good boy My name is Charlene and I am Santa '
Christian celebration from Hope
Fernandina Beach, Fla. year and I would like for to bring 9 years old and I would like to and many other places where j came i
DEAR .SANTA.PLEASE November 26, 1964 me, barrle wagon, Jungle Jim, a I' have a chatty cathy doll, carege.A snow seldom or never falls. Songs I: Northern Europe and, if not associated fills jour f4i1 ,
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BRING ME A BABY Dear Santa Clause, rocket, gun, train, bow and arrow large tea-set nurse kit and 1 and stories tell of a Christmas i directly with snow, at Christmas I r ,o-

DOLL THAT WILL CRY WHEN I have been a good boy. Please hammer and tools, sweater, packemagic. Mother has one world wrapped in wintry white. warmth least reflected in winter.the need for I stocking tt. t
YOU MASH IT and a Doll Bug- get me some toys. ,Get me a Bat and please fill my stocking full of abille. Thanking for reading This j I It Was Rainy Season with I rt.I .
I gy ANd Also a teady BEAR to I tie Wagon and a Tiger Joe and good things will have it hangingup letter. and looking for these The popularity and persistenceof The Yule log, for instance, became s ; w
SLeep with me with a Night CaP I get me a Jungle Jim. Get me a for you things the "winter wonderland" idea I a part of the early Christ- everything ; A
on. I AM 5 yearRS old. Jimmy Jet. Get me a Chief anda thank you, your.love from seems more remarkable since I mases, and certainly an open fire your heart ,1 1 r
Love ANNA MARIA SAuls Yellow Crane. Fritz Wesley charlene King "snow for Christmas" must have indoors is enhanced by a blanketof desires!

Love' 903 Amelia Drive # # # been improbable, if not impossible I snow outdoors.
Dear Santa Claus, ChuckP Fernandina Bch, Fla as a part of the Holy Night.I Had Snowy Source
Dear Santa
_ I am a good girL I am 4 years S. I want a cat that runs with # Rain was more likely, especially Consider, too, that a number of
old. I want a doll. I want a bugf batteries, big enough. to go on the John BrittonI :. I have been a good boy but if I on the date officially celebrated I I modern Christmas customs the a
y. I want a stove and cake mix. : sidewalk, and to ride in also a I want a RoBotin you will send me what I want I.as Christ's birthday. December I tree and its lights, for instancecame -
I I want a toy house. I want a doll moving van and a truck that car- I want PlaStic. motorcyclein send me a guitar and a dump from Germany, where cold,
I':25 is right in the midst of the II
truck and
bed. I want some shoes ries cars and racing cars two of : I want a coKemachine a cork gun. srowy winters might logically ]I PARTIN'SAs
Love your friend, them.CHUCK In I want a electryc. LoveDewey J rainy season in Bethlehem. contribute to the legends and lore S -
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boots, and guns
Mike Daniel

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carriage, a crib, a play pin, a : ...-, _
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Dear Santa,
I Would you please bring me a t .
steam shovel and a dump truck r1T : ;
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I and baby bear and a daddy bear., 1
Some pencils too please for Mar- >

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A 1w1 I My name is Nancy. I am 7 .

years old. Please bring me some ,
I skates, and a Brownie Scout ring, 1N ; ..
I and some dr. Suess books. And ( ,

some surprises. .

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have these things: .
; ..1. Chemistry Set .' i t
:: how wonderful a year you've ; .
'i 2. Real Barbie Doll with Clothes
'. ';, made it possible for us to have... i 3. Big Loo _. t
...n.) j 4. skates (I would choose a football .

:>s>;..'=,<. f .end how very much appreciate Ii but Mom said that 1 crn't Christmas bells ring out the a 9 e-old message of peace on \ ': ; .1
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your loyalty and fiendshih have one!) ( .

: t. Well, Sec You Christmas. :' earth, good will to men..we chime in with our very hesl wishes ... ; :
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I Renee' Duccac j for a holiday season rich in all the things your- ." < '., .}
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Page Ten Nens-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursday, December 26, 1963 I i r tlona that have sprung up aroundthe HANGING STOCKINGSStory t sleeking bitty? up'to dry;;: I

:t I Candles Cast Festive i ii use of candles had .their. origin .-,.j j Holy Day Helped I Ii i The legend is reflected fo today's .
of the first Christmas
I in pagan rites. -- 1 I custom of tucking "gold"an

r Santa Is A Busy Man. But He Has Plenty of Help. Glow On Traditionalide ;I I The ,pagan Yule nearly cdincil-. I i Comfort Sorrow : ;stocking. 4| associated with the orange or iaagerfee' into

i !Ing with today's date f&r Cnn.;t- r afSt. icholas, a fourth the tie of a Cytmas. ;! h\g,

Even though Santa is sometimes grew uj around his name, and In Scandinavian and some' oth- mas, was accompanied by the I I 1 i I t tury fcisohp known for his ren-j .., e .'
:pictured as traveling by many centuries after his death on I er countries, Santa gets an assist i Scenes : burning of a giant leg daring! Eten when Christmas. wasn't II i kind] deeds Wishing to present who "rememberwhen -
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rocket or by jet plane his fav- December 6, about 342 A.D., he from St. Lucy, who is responsiblefor the twelve days in which it was I merry, history shows that the I eat
orite mode of transportation still was honored as a friend to the I: the distribution of gifts on I i' thought that the sun stood still. i holy holiday has brought comfort,i anonymous gif; to help the daugh r there wasn't a Berlin cru>iU >>

seems 'to be the famous reindeer- young. December 6 became "Chil- :, her day, December 13. I Candles have east a glow over 'II' From this stems Yale log tradi-*[tnd hope into the midst of sorijroT j ters of an impoverished merchant l! eligible,for romlefUp in the

drawn sleigh. The only wonder is dren's Day," and St. Nicholas, i Christmas comes after Christ- ies.Christmas festivities for centur- tion. I ; and hardship i I J JI lie threw a bag of gold down the I I e old timers' club." -rK) fRn1 Bennett -

that he can remain as jolly as he traveling by horse, brought gifts )I I mas to many homes in France I! I In medieval Europe the custom I Such was an early Christmas in rhimney,, where it fell into a : Greencastle (Ind.) Graph
traditionally is, when he has to to reward children for good behavidr. ; and French Canada, where the One of the very earliest of leg- arose of also lighting a giant S the New World, observed in 1535 ----- -
cover the world in one night, delivering old tradition of giving gifts to I ends tells of the Christ Child I I Christmas candle that would burn j at a small fortress on the banks '"
gifts by the billions. Although Santa has to a large I children on New Year's day is wandering the streets of the : brightly till Twelfth Night. 6f the St. Charles river near,
Perhaps the explanation maybe observed. There's resemblanceto : world in search of shelter .on !I | what is now the City of Quebec,
a their Saturnalia Romans
extent replaced St. Nicholas, in I '. During
Christmas Eve. Lighted candle* I
found in the number of helpershe I Christmas in the of Canada.
placing
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some European *re placed in windows to welcome I II
has, .and also in the- fact that
gifts beside! the fireplace, oftenin dispel the darkness, thus indicat- French
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ChriStmas Eve is not his only j still await the arrival of the bishop stockings. Him. i r ing the sun's return. I -* ,

day delivering gifts. on the night of December 5, Even then, the Santa: season I From Germany comes a similar There is an old story that Mar- settiers ,I : + &i'.L $
St. Nicholas, a real bishop, was I and set out shoes filled with hay isn't finished. Many Spanish I belief that the Virgin Mary and I I tin Luther brought a fir tree into i I .
the first "S nt3." Many legend and carrots for his horse. children expect the Three Kings' I a host of angels pass over the '. the nursery one Christmas Eve I ger, as well as fear of the nearby I > AA. A v.

to bring them gifts on Epiphany, I I countryside each Christmas Eve I for his wife and children. To show Indians, whose friendly atti. ,
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..,. ,_, January 6. They, too, set out I' are put them the glory of the night when : tude seemed to have changed. _
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I ;3 Whatever the gift-giving date, stars. .
.. Many of the Christmas tradi-I Bravely, the men celebrated -
; 1"" ,J'.u. \: { : I Santa has a host of helpers to I I Today electric lights have .
.. l I taken the place of candles on Christmas. Mass Was said in a' 'W
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lighten 1
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I I .I I II St. Lucy, Scandinavian: scribed as a benevolent fairy and
I --Ilif' !I I I Ir the Tom-tar, little gray- sometimes as a witch. Legend burn brightly in churches and I a wooden table; evergreen branches f' .

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Off Witches Giving gifts at the Yuletide
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in the heart of winter Ta Bethlehem [ season has many precedents Iiw

and sometimes even in the SETTING THE DATE f'w iLed To Candy CanesOne i I the years before Christ, Bo5uo|'.

snow, the Christmas rose is a December 25 was first assignedas .. gave branches of laurel olive and).
plant famed in legend.. I of the most popular sym myrtle to each other at the Saturnalia

According to an old story, a the date for the celebration of bols of the Christmas holidays,, a' pagan festival that occurred '
poor little shepherdess had noI I the Nativity in about the year 'candy canes; began with an old about the same time as the

gift to offer the Christ Child ; 320 A.Dk Since the New Testa. 1 #1 superstition during the Middle present date of Christmas. If

and so she wept. When her tears : ment was written as religious instruction sLIL Ages. Europeans of that period 1 England ar>d' Northern' Europe,;
touched the ground, flowers : carried glass canes filled with ; Druid worshippers tied gifts otf,
rather than the ll .
sprouted. history, a? 1 t' ,:, ....,, colored candies to distract evil ; trees during the Yule festival
exact date of Christ's birth is not
Delighted, she plucked, an arm I known. witches. I held at the' winter solstice .... t'
ful and hastened to the Infant 't! t, a G Belief was- that the evil ones I Roman emperorsoften demand
The caress of His fingers turned I The present day was selectedas '4f I become so interested' in sortingthe

the petals pink. a means of unifying the ob- t ; e' E. ', ''l Christian Visitors Seek Church of Nativity I candies that casting of evil ed Yule gifts of clothing, gold'and: !('

Botanists class the Christmas I I servances of Christmas, "the spells was forgotten, reports ,the I silver from their subjects, and"sad

rose as a member of the butter I mass of ChristROASTING .} For Three Celebrations of Christmas j Candy, Chocolate and Confectionery 'i did the kings and queens of mcd-t.
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cup family. Native to Southern : PEACOCKRoast .f Pilgrimage to Bethlehem is for masses on Christmas Eve, Dec- I' .
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Europe and western Asia,, it has -, s of Christians each ember 25.Eastern. AT THE WHITE HOUSElI Queen :
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peacock Yule delicacy : :' ? the focal of the I her wardrobe through these coinpulsory
leathery, dark green leaves and was a ;')1 year point religious churches observeChrist's t
with in medieval England. An (":XW. ;d1 observance of Christmas. : birth in January. For the i First National Community gifts.
large, saucer-shaped flowers -. .
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early recipe directs careful Visitors of faiths make the was j
; removal many Greek Orthodox churches, which In later yearsthe idea oHtf-
white or rose-tinged sepals, according ,. I placed on the White House
of the peacock's head and trip to Bethlehem, of
now part
> a II still follow the old Julian calendar 13Wn'1 ing in a spirit of kind-KeartedL
The Am ;:f1!t1tci'i': JI. in 1923, while Calvin
to Encyclopedia 'II skin so that the roast bird can be Jordan, to the Church of the Na- Holy Night is January 6, generosity developed.
ericana. sewn back into it before serving; The holidays are a merry time, and never merrier than the ivity above the Grotto of the Na Ii' Christmas Day January 7. Arm I was President. The tree w
moment a marvelous plum pudding comes to the festive table. tivity where Christ was born. enian churches celebrate both spruce from Coolidge's native! :
This ancient English custom is a pleasant one, for who does not I state Vermont. I IX BETHLEHEM, GA.-.. .
The manger so familiar to all Christmas and Epiphany on January f "" :
the wonderful of the the handsome
enjoy aroma pudding-and .
I sight it makes on the platter? Our version is a new way withan who know the Christmas story 19.Those.- I In the following year Coolidge J| A 60-foot star lights the'toun-

sylNtlt old favorite. It derives much of its wonderful flavor from was an improvised stable in a of the Protestant faiths presided at a ceremony under the j, tryside around Bethlehem, (Ga., at .
lt; rt.4. unsulphured molasses-the kind with the most mellow possible cave hewn out of rock, near the I sponsorship of the American For Christma A carol l service Js held :
taste. Another modern note is the use of chopped Brazil nuts. center of the hill town of Beth- I gather in Shepherds Fields, the estry association, to urge the use underneath the star on Christmas ,
'. .t .' These sweet delicate nuts add superb texture and flavor. All }\ehem. neary site where, according toj I of living Christmas trees. nightChristmas,
daring the' holiday season molasses and Brazil nuts help to _It
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Molasses Brazil Nut Pudding times at Bethlehem, and for each : I ,

4 r Vs cup unsulphured molasses ai cup dry bread crumbs observance the Mandelbaum Gate the Nativity.The I .

i iI ,.. Ji cup. orange juice H cup sifted all-purpose Between the Israel and Arab sectors i,' musical 1GEe.eung .I .
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iI I 1% cups seedless raisins flour of Jerusalem is opened to' a composition 1:
I. J/a'cup diced citron ,1 teaspoon baking powder admit the Christian pilgrims. using soloists, chorus and I J
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fI f NM 1 tablespoon ground orange H cup sugar I I .-. Roman Catholic, Greek Orthodox -: Oratory, or mission hall,. in Rome, l .
1: '' 1 rind % teaspoon each, salt and !I and Armenian denominations where sacred musical performances (j 1 .

i 2 1 eggs slightly beaten nuts cinnamon' I !hare the Church of the Nativity. : were held in the 1500's ac- ,i ..
cup chopped Brazil U teaspoon each allspice
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i I' portrayed in our Christmas dec- people. Here was a plant i .
oration! When Christianity was without a root, seeming to belong rn
a, broughtto'! northern Europe the to the sky instead of the earth. I ;, ..

its ; people.. held on to their primitive Back in the days of the Druids,. a I ,;,
ghfroJ symbols and legends and added l white cloth was spread beneath !s. .

them to the Christian symbols i en oak tree containing mistletoe, I ,j't
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i Go through the decorations robes cut the tree down with a1 i I',

r displayed in any Christmas shop, silver knife. A white bull was t

the wonder and jo of tne .. I and almost any bauble one picks considered the only fitting sac-i :..
< Up hasan interesting history rifice to' be offered beneath! the|
1 night j HC was born, r ; back of it. Take the little pinecone tree' and the mistletoe was divided ( : "'.

r?, be with us a nat .. elves. They represent the among the people to hang] 14i/: : .

Christmas. helpers of the ,old Norse gods and over their doors to keep, out disease < <:

:, were called trolls, half angelic sorrow and even death. All I ..:";-,, '< ;
and half mischievous. The one countries seemed to give meaning I -
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with toadstool represents Wod- to the mistletoe. The Germans M
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1 .,. ti'.,, .-en's helped; the one carrying the required that it be knocked down I' 1 1 ,
: i., )', t i lantern is naturally the helper of with a bow and arrow or a stone J
: the Sun God Balder, and the one and that it must be caught and 1 t
:i with the bit of evergreen is Tlior's I I never allowed to touch the ground.:
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1 helper. The evergreen tree was I'' From then comes our idea of being .

supposed to belong to Thor too, kissed under the mistletoeI ) S
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.along the roadside selling mistletoe -. before the new year and to' y x .
: mistletoe with bountiful and I'I'I '. show forgiveness they were kissed I '4ql
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I i beautiful berries. Of course mistletoe i under this miraculous plant. I :

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f 1 / I.erican Holly, Hex opaca, which isj J .
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: the other the Chinese Holly, Ilex I

I burfordi, which we are accustom ..
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line with what we wrote last .

f\A \ week about planting our own .

Christmas greens. Years: ago (we t'.:':: : :
.. would say in the early twenties) I : 4 .
the American Holly was carefully: 'r>>' .. ..
w G ,yiQ I dug from the woods under the I II '''.'. ,

1r ( direction of an aunt because her '\ :., .,.:;. : ', :0' ....

I'mother wanted a holly tree in the ., ..
1 yard. At first it did not thrive i io .
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t + y ki j ed to a different part of the yard 4 \ 1 111xl .

I' where it has been a thing of !: A'f

beauty through the years, and ..
ivierly : this year the branches of this
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with berries. Chinese Holly years I ..
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;$ is today, and this bush belongingto y & & -
our aunt was very special This ,
aunt had seen this, to her, unusual 775'
type of holly growing: in r
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w.c t aN she was given a tin? cutting to

root from which for years she'' 4j .. I ,

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warmest wishes for CC 1 face lighted up with a happy ,
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w a fiappy holiday: May ?* rj ed' to,go dtlf and snip-some holly. i M ; :
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the Christmas season A, I by her but still too young rooted'j

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shed. If leaves curl, try a little 01 GEORGE DEtMAR, MASTER MACHINISTS I _
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United States President Sought "Good Old Days"At Of ChristmasOf Christmas j: The traditional, season colors are red of and the I ban.ing to Mecca, wear a green tur\ -

green. Yet these colors have I I a
Christmas time nostalgia home-grown and home-cooked, the felt, to make Christmas merry.! all the music associated with I.iheant different things to differ- Santa Gets His Garb I A..
for "the good old days" is as gifts and decoration always lovingly He and his family, he declared, Christmas perhaps no composi- ;nt people over the ages. Colors I i v.
prevalent as turkey and trimmings I handmade, and the tree itself {j were going to have an "ol .fash-I tion so well embodies the spirit :I been used as the symbol of I II From Poem, Cartoon !:; Best kL .
decorations and gifts. i I always chopped down by the i iI ioned Christmas tree. I of the holiday as Handel's "Mes- abstract ideas from time immemoriaL I
Everybody had more fun or I head of the house on a personal A search through recent news siah." The great oratorio has en I I I Santa first appeared in his' .
the foray to some hillside or lot. I papers or even through recent i thralled countless audiences. It :i In early and medieval Christian I now-traditional guise as a plump, .
so feeling goes during history, would provide no details has been said to have broughtmore I I |1 I jovial, white-bearded and pipe- i -.
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those good old-fashioned Christmases -: nostalgia even art colors had a mystic or symbolic I :
however, about this resolve. For for charity than old **
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when life was simpler and I been known to affect heads of meaning. Red indicated pas-
the President was Benjamin Harrison other single piece of music. And I jolly old elf" in the
according to tradition the snowdrifts state to be specific, a Presi lion. In its good sense it was a '
I who, on December 22 in it' marked rebirth for its I Nicholas '
a St.
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were always piled high the dent of the United States. It was symbol of divine energy and love poem ;
1891, announced to his *
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poser. written by Dr. Clement
foods for feasting were always everyone's duty, the President 'i I and the creative power of the i I
for old-fashioned
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Christmas. 'I virtually a has-been in 1741. I was a sign of hate. In the m'an-I I I Earlier, "Santeclaus" had been i to r
I Most people today whose I London had grown tired of his I (log it became an emblem of Satan.I I pictured dressed as a bishop in '
'thoughts turn to Christmases of Italian operas and him. More I a book called "The' Children's I
yore would certainly settle for a than once he had barely missed : Emerald green is often the I Friend," and in Washington Irv-i *
II I symbol of hope and growth in
V date much later than 1891 as the being thrown into debtors' prison, many Christian paintings. ing's "Knickerbocker History of :
):,,..%::" time when the "good old-fashioned and his health was beginning to I New York," published in 1809 : L
Jo.n .t' k Christmas" had ceased to exist. I t Colors played an important role I Santa was said to wear a broad- all ti

) v'yt But if the spirit of an old- I fail.Then came a commission from in medieval magic and supersti- brimmed hat and huge breeches.;I'!

fashioned Christmas didn't van- the lord lieutenant of Ireland tion. For example" the famous"philosopher's Even Dr. Moore's poem did not I
;i store, which the apparently, clothe Santa in a red *
ish as early as President Harrison and the governors of three char- I
j alchemists thought would turn
feared it had, when did it got itable institutions for Handel to suit. "He was dressed all in fur
Or has it really disappeared forever conduct a series of charity con- | base metals into gold and cure all from his head to his foot," says
be colored I'7If (
diseases, was thought to I for a
t ? certs, reports World Book Ency the poem.
I red, according to the Encyiclopedia -
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Santa as was
Most of all, an "old-fashioned" clopedia. He began to compose a
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Christmas is made of tradi- piece for the tour. I first sketched by Cartoonist Tho- i i *
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I ja favorite curative color in more mas Nast, in 1869. The cartoon .
tions. Even in northern climates Handel was not an especially
I recent superstitions. I
showed Santa in his familiar red
only hope luck and the weatherman -I religious n\an but something| In Indonesia, the people thinka garb, smoking a pipe. Merry
can say, each year whetherthe seemed to possess him as he piece of bright red coral willkeep I
? traditional snow drifts will be i worked. For some 23 days he its owner's teeth in good 1 I

forthcoming. Other traditions, kept to his study, refusing to see order, and' there are people every- When Organ Broke /1\ :

however may not necessarily be- any visitors, leaving his food untouched where who ,are sure that a '' : '
person "Silent first ..
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: to the past. and working through the was sung I
long only owning a ruby will live to a I Christmas 1818. I'I'at Christmas./
j o r w i / Not All "Store Bought"PreparinJt night Now he played the harpsichord ripe old age. '
The church organ in an Austrian -
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foods for feastingwas
I i Green was a sacred color village had broken down -
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work in the good days.
I Egyptians who it Father Mohr wrote
wore as a sym- goes. Joseph
i found him in tears. When he fint
not all Christmas cookies, candies I
I The Mullims carried this sym- the poem and his organist, Franz I'
ished' the "Hallelujah' Chorus, he
t and fruit cakes today are "store t
: I The Muslins carried this symbolism Gruber, composed the music. Your State Senator
declared, "I did think I did see all
bought". Many a family cherishes I
throughout the Middle The congregation, which had I
I the tradition of having the chil- I Heaven before" me, and the great I East, and' the faithful, on return- been saddened because there I
dren "help" Mother as the holiday God himself. -- -
i goodies are cor.cocted.I I On_ April 13, 1742, 700 people I
*4 Even the ready-prepared foods i crowded into a Dublin music ,hall i
t., I have their traditions. For instance, for the premiere of "Messiah." It ;i

:| some families deliver gift packages I,, was a resounding success. j I
I of cakes or candies to friends i At the first English perform-1 I

,. when they make Christmas calls; mice a year later, King George II ?tf$
I
'. .. others set forth a table of treatsin I I I was so overwhelmed by the "Hali
/i' : S the home, ready to share with i iI i l lelujah Chorus" that he rose from r {
: callers. 'i his seat and stood throughout the I II

.fl" j I I The same is true of that "good I section. The audience, of course, I I*

jFe ;. J S I old days" habit of making gifts. : followed the example of their I .,
-
: \ In this "new day" of increasing king and so began a custom I 'e
which survives to our day. F: a crr
interest in sewing, many lovingly -
I / 1 home-crafted gifts are found Despite the king's appreciation, i ,, -
Happ; ; : under Christmas trees and however London was not readyto .e

an yesterday's Mom would no doubt accept Handel and the concert 4 l- p .
'J I have been glad to trade her i failed. ,It was not until Handel I II
m treadle sewing machine for one of began directing annual benefit
As the Star shone on the Babe of Bethlehem, I today's electric models. I performances of "Messiah" at the Across t&jeorsV \

so may the peace and promise of His wondrous message I Can't Chop Tree I London Foundling Hospital in the ,' ; .; pv

shine brightly on you and yours, this While Dad may not be able to 1750's that his adopted countrymen t
; to recognize it as a i
chop down a tree for the family came
Christmastide. ,bringing happiness in abundance and '' : ir 1
I (conservationists of our "good masterpiece, once again gave
old forests" wouldn't approve), a i his their acclaim.Holiday .
look at any place where trees are 1 1f f f
f
sold in the days before Christmas tfo Cfiristnuis t ,
story r
T. H. King Photo Shop reveals still a personal that choosing' all-family the matter tree is I Recipe- ,_r 4c

involving; plenty of, old-fashioned (Furnished courtesy Nassau C"wit'Home '
Demonstration Agent Mary it r
fun.Almost Harrison.)

-- - --- -----I.---every nostalgic--'-dream- BACON-OYSTER SCALLOP I

I 9 to 12 Yield slices: 6 bacon servings Mves mew uiod \\/I/ )

18 to 24 oysters in natural liquor .
r w I '. ( : ', I If It"
I1h cups crushed cracker \
crumbs 7 1'f i
3 tablespoons melted butter or
{ I margarine i tisj&rwusjromise;
'
1 cup milk
e : 2 teaspoons horseradish
I 1 teaspoon parsley flakes

I % teaspoon pepper : : Hi i
I Partially cook bacon. Cut slicesof eT a;
BIJ8818
r i ;
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{ e bacon In half. Drain oysters f
And
I ani save oyster liquor. Wrap 1 N ,
i ? f m/
oiece of bacon around each oy 'r
ster. Place cracker crumbs in 8 tfieI
K "1'.f t inch plate. Combine melted buter -
i \
ri {Reverently, prayerfully I U cup oyster liquor milk! \

we celebrate the i 01-e-radish: parsey! flakes, and
.y5f\
: pepper. Pour over cracker crumbs N

;: birthday of the holy < y I Dress, bacon-wrapped oysters in- message +
cracker crumbs. Bake in a
P Child. May this truly be moderate oven ((375 degrees F.)
I i "
for 25 minutes. Serve hot with (
for you a blessed roast turkey.


Christmas.ROY ,. SAUSAGE STUFFING from \
; Yield: 4 to 6 servings I
8 ounce package Brown 'N
T7 Serve sausage .
7 tk i 8 ounce package seasoned stuf-

., fing
1 cup water t sacred
j j % cup butter or margarine

:< x Y' r1m i t"Q :i 1 egg slightly beaten k l
C 2 r \ :, U cup finely chopped celery '
h \ !! Brown sausage as directed on ; vV;;tr
:
H package. Cut into % inch pieces


; ii :; ::1:1tv : and gredients.casserole.combine Bake Spoon with in into remaining a slow 1% quart oven in- I mt maqt!

((325 degrees F.) about 45 min '
utes. 4t4 \

a n3w k4
WASSAIL BOWL

\ 2 quarts apple cider ever '
Y \ Bring
2 cups sugar
t1 : \Th4 I 2 teaspoons whole allspice dlnxr k

r ( I 2 teaspoons whole cloves .
6 cinnamon sticks (
\ ':
(.: Y- #bl\ 1 quart cranberry juice

C 1 pint orange juice .
1% cups lemon juice fopc wdjoy tajoi4'
s .
: ; ::: ; \a Combine cider and sugar in

p I large saucepan. Tie allspice cloves 4t
( { and cinnamon sticks together in1
porous cloth; add to cider.
I simmer 15 minutes. Remove
O f
i! spices. Add remaining ingred-
a a\ \ ;ients; simmer 10 minutes. Garfish -

a i with orange and lemon
i.slices. Serve hot.. Makes.about 1

: gallon.of ....... .


KEY ED MCQUEEN ELIZABETH MATTHEWS Christmas long ago seems to National Bank '
have its counterpart in the present FLORIDA *
And all the while new traditions
[at Fernaniiina Beach
I are building up as each
EUGENE RICHO ALEXANDER DAVIS family each community creates
I'
and treasures its customs. B

I In another 70 years perhaps .
some public figure may say, M'It's I II Moon KOEUl OCTCSII INSUUNCC. touounoa;
MATHER of ,Fernandina I I time to get back to the good old If : f:

I ways of celebrating Christmas.?' .... .. '..... ..,l..... .' ,. ._ <. .
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News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday-December 26,1963 Page Thirteen

Two Container Corp. Heads RetireCHICAGO

What About After Christmas ? I"Ad Altare Dei"Award

December 12 directors of the Corporation and Company into Container Corpora
Wesley M. Dixon, chairman, and members of the executive com tion. Dixon had been president of What happens the day after Christmas? I Given Two
John V. Spachner, vice chairman, mittee. the former companies and became' Is the spirit of Christmas "spent" in lavish preparation and an-
Container Corporation of America Dixon joined Container in 1930 vice president and director of ticipation, enjoyed but briefly, then thrown aside with the wrapping i
will retire on December 31, with the merger of Dixon Board Container Corporation after the paper and colored ribbon? Troop 213 Scouts
1963. Both men will continue as Mills and Sefton Manufacturing merger. He became president in What happens the day after Christmas?

1946 and chief executive officerin Does one breathe a deep sigh and inwardly say, "I'm glad that Sunday Saint Michael's Cath e Z a, \ C
1960. In 1961 he it's over for another year"? a)
was elected olic Church was the setting for
chairman, and was succeeded by If this happens, then certainly we are not "keeping the Christmas. the presentation of the "Ad Al ',,, $a
Leo H. Schoenhofen as presidentand ." The Spirit of Christmas is superficial Oar Christmas symbols tare Dei", the Catholic Church's t ___ M '
chief executive officer. Dix- and ornaments many of them pagan in their origin, are only decora- highest decoration awarded in .
tive trappings for creating a festive spirit. *
*'t.
on is a director of Harris Trust Scouting consisting of a gold '
and Savings Bank, The Pure Oil But Christmas is not superficial. Christmas is REAL And so cross fastened to a tri-colored
a must observance of the holiday be REAL and nut the l
Company, nd United States Gypsum mere matterof I ribbon with a gold pin.
He I observing customs and practices as a matter of conformity.The ; ?
Company. is also
dent of the board of trustees presi of glitter is gone from evergreens and holly wreaths on the day I'j The presentation of the religious :'" .::- .f
after Christmas. The medal to Boy Scouts John
B 4WESLEY Northwestern tree suddenly becomes old and drops its need- I
r University. les upon the carpet. No longer does the _bright figure of Santa adorn I and Frank Harrison, members of ,
S Spachner has been associated the mantle or doorway; it simply hangs there, bereft of glamour and I Boy Scout Troop 213 was made .i 3ca 't' ; -
I with Container Corporation and stirring little anticipation. i iby the Reverend Father William
its predecessor company since I Unless we have "kept the Christmas" in preparations for, and jj.! Holmes, pastor of Saint Mich- 8: Yxs, ,
1918. He served as president of observance of Christmas Day, then we have observed a meaningless I I ael's Catholic Church after the
I Pioneer Paper Stock Company a holiday. + last Holy Mass Sunday morning Y.
wholly owned subsidiary of Con. This year, let us keep the Christmas in a spirit that will beep; { In making the presentation 0
tainer' Corporation, and later be- the profound meaning of the holiday deep in our hearts for the remainder I j Father Holmes reminded parents 'S.
0 came a vice president and direc- of the days after ChhristmasAs I and the troop that "scouting reveals p!! S'.y' _

tor of the parent company. He i we observe the Christmas, we must find time to meditate :I to youth and puts into action '
was elected executive vice president upon the great reality that, upon this day Christ was born, bring- I all that is naturally good,
in 1946 and vice chairmanin I ing to all mankind the promise of eternal salvation. This is the mes- noble, healthy; simplicity of life, THE HARRISON BROTHERS, John, left, and Frank,
of Christmas and the secret to the i I right, are shown with Father William J. Holmes, pastorof
1961. Spachner has been di. sage successful keeping of Christ: I I love of nature, love of country,
--M.---DIXON- JOHN V. SPACHNEU rectly responsible for Container's mas forever and ever : the sentiment of honor, self-dis- St. .Michael's Church, after they received the "Ad
expansion overseas and is chair- I cipline, obedience, dedication to Altare Dei" award, the church's highest award in scout
man and a director of many of Meals Of I "In the old days more than one i the service of others scouting ing, following the morning mass Sunday.

the overseas subsidiaries. He is TodayAre 'I kind of meat at a meal was a'j' gives to the worship and services I .--. --- _. Photo by .T. 11. KingS
L, cl : a trustee of Sarah Lawrence Col- I necessity often for breakfast, !! of God that pre-eminent place it -

lege and of the Aspen Institute ComparedWith even. Certainly this was true on ought to have. in human life ..
for Humanistic Studies. festive occasions such as Thanksgiving but scouting is more than a series '
1 Along with Walter P. Paepcke, 1 I and Christmas. Now we ; of outdoor events for these i'
Container Corporation founder, 1 Grandma'sJACKSONVILLE normally have one meat or a meat I Catholic youngsters; it is a way ;
these two men- ere. largely re- <; I I substitute but we have a choice I of life which they consistently
ttt :sponsible for developing Contain. Are we i!. of any kind of meat, fish or fowl jj ii j I observe at home, school, church ,
C er from a $11,000,000 business in more healthy today by eating less j j i no matter what the season. The I and in their community." I A RRY ME1RV .
c,4 I I the early 1930ytb1a, 'world-wide l but perhaps better than in grand- j'[ same goes for fruits and vege-! Boy Scout Troop 106 of Jack. ,
business with_s.t\: s of $350,000- ; ma's day? I: tables. We can stock up on quan- ,; sonville sat together with memo .
000. Production -facilities include j, "We could be," says Mary Brice 1 i titles, not have to buy little byj I ii I bers of Troop 213 attending in a f'
i 171 domestic plants, located in 51I,! ]Deaver, director of the Divisionof j I '
w rsT : t cities in 23 states; and 52 foreign I Nutrition of the State Board spoilage. ii i jj And AIlappy
: ; ( } I installations, located in 29 major I II of Health. "But some people j i "A generation or so ago whena I HEARD IN APRIL I
cities in seven Western European I might be better off at a table like housewife thought of potatoesshe Handel's "Messiah," often heard j I1etP
I and Latin American nations. grandma's I than grabbing a sandwich thought of them fried, baked, at the Christmas season, was begun y fear a'yr.'
Container Corporation manufactures ; boiled, mashed or in chips. Todayyou :
or a slightly-heated, hastily- I in August, finished in September
folding cartons, solid fibre I gulped TV meal. can buy potatoes in over 150 I and first performed in
containers corrugated shipping different forms and preparations. I
: "Years ago many: breakfasts ; April.
containers, set-up boxes, paper-I consisted of more than most of us "We can have food from almost j
board, displays, fibre cans, and 4 eat for dinner nowadays; but of any place in the world at any time j GROWING HOLLY a
l plastic packaging. As of May 31, | 4 course a lot of people led more of year but with all this at our j I A holly tree grows 15 years
1963, a total of 19,425 men and j, :active lives then. fingertips, what do many of us I before it produces, but its life maybe
r .W1ka women were employed by the i "Today we know about vitam do? We settle for an over-cooked I as long as 125 years. 0c1 '
: Company and its overseas subsi- : i;ins and more exactly what kindsof I hamburger on a cold bun with j|
[ diaries. Of these 12,859 were in I: 4 food the body need to keep us greasy fried potatoes, limp cole | some meat or fish, some dairy
_ y the United States and 6,566 over.J J\healthy The accent is on quality, slaw and dream of the golden : foods, some raw and cooked veg-
i, seas. \ not! quantity; balance, not mass. days of long ago then unconsciously -I etables; some bread or cereals.
At a meeting of the board of "We have a fantastic choice of get out an indigestion I This is simple and easy but it's Hoyt and Pauline Lofton
j directors this week, the offices of almost everything the year round. tablet. surprising how many don't do it, j
TTfr chairman and vice chairman were And most of us are or should "Each of us needs every day and li>Y. to regret it.". ..
I' eliminated from the corporation I
1 by-laws. Leo H Schoenhofen,
.
1"f; I president and chiefVfexecutive officer .,', :. ." ..
will assume the duties of
I
I a-,-:,' The scene is set for gladnessand I j chairman; and Harry E. Green, . i.;, '._ "
j senior vice president and general .
cheer. .so we send our brightest { counsel, will assume direction of

r ; wishes with a happy overseas properties, formerly under

//'Thank' )'0lor allowing us to serve )your the vice chairman.

...., '_ i IM.Earl Uhraeus P. Kaufman were elected and Lennart vice ; If -
*p* took the
presidents of Container Corpora. you away Rayonier Cellulose -<
'#-. I tion. Kaufman is in charge of the
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CLAUDE WINGATEYour ''is Latin headquartered American subsidiaries in Cali, Colum-and what do'you suppose would be left? 1

m bia. Ulvaeus is in charge of the i : .
i West German subsidiary, Europa '-\ .-,.' '.
State Representative I Carton A.G., and ,the Italian properties (TURN THE PAGE AND SEE .
and is headquartered in
I I Hamburg, West Germany. ': :
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Twelfth Night, I

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7yv Traditional' End

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? Y 1 L'y Of Yule Season


I MN Twelfth Night, or Epiphany, is

marked with many customs, ceremonies
and legends throughoutthe
world. French and Swiss

children, for example, look forward
r y1G
.::: ? / J to the pastry they receiveon F
d1 llrk that day in which a bean, coinor
: china figure is hidden. Whoever h I
;:
gets the prize is crowned king of '

the Epiphany family. means "appearance"and 'Jf J Jt.

commemorates the visit of .
the Three Wise Men to the infant I -
a.r Jesus. Their arrival_was proof to .. _, i i'I I
4 believers that Christ the Saviour
$$ had been born. 1 / '
y.HC S/ ...
a x The visit is told jn i a. Matthew 2: : ifr ______ _.
w 1.2, "Now when Je'suswas born -
s. rl
in Bethlehem of Judaea in the I ? ) ,I! I dl /
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days of Herod the king, behold $> .
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there came wise men from the ,
cast to Jerusalem. rq. ,/

1 eti "Saying where is he that is iiiJ I ,1 '
born King of the Jews? for we : ; :
have seen his star in the east, I .
and are come to worship him."

During the middle ages, Epiphany I
Twelfth Night, was commemorated -
or j
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with plays presented !
>r r l'l f c !n churches. Solemn observances j H

aY largely disappeared in Elizabeth I ..
an, England, and they became a
t time for reverly.Shakespeare's I.
-!-
i "Twelfth Night"
reflects this mood. It was prob-
ably presented in a command per- ; / _
f i ?
r
:ormance at Whitehall Palace on -
( .Str ,,.
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i. January 6, 1601, according to his-

torians. f,4;
Today child "kings" crowned iI

\fAw.2Th with golden paper coronets roam
the streets of Europe on Epip- /5E

Q hany, singing hymns and carols. I' 11+ M ?a.i-. i .' ? P, II 'w 3
In Italy, millions of children ,} :t -
., i awake to find their stockings ; i l ..
wrlrnlnr filled with presents from La Be- /

tijte npjmrtinutij In >r / fana, the good-hearted witch who \ 1- ;*f Ix,7 I
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takes the place of Santa Claus. -5'---' ._; tj S ; _
rxi*no nlihag misljw Jfl cur frlrnR cljank.gnu In France, a portion of the !. i A'. S V 4 Zrr
Epiphany cake is often set asideas
.> far 'gmir palrunajf, gaflli will unit Icijalfy. "la part de Dieu" God's ,
share. It is given to the first poor'
S person who comes to the door. i

Sue's RestaurantYOU'LL In Greece, three pieces of cake ,
are cut; one for Christ, one for s
Mary, and one for St. BasilIn { a
FIND A CHEERY WELCOME HERE Britian Twelfth Night cakeis

DURING THE HOLIDAYS washed down with Lamb's
COMPLETELY REDECORATED I I Wool, a drink made with hot

I strong ale spiced with nutmeg

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rltyfa Fourteen News-Leader, 'Pernandlna :Beach, ,Florida Thursday, December 2G, ;19631 PJNNEYANTEJ' I t,


.." I tdo roughly the following: I| Sen. Barry Goldwater aid! f
Bar and unions I
employers
: from discriminating the when he got back to saying that Jr t fI i
on .
' I A 'CAPITOL UTTER he is "in a position of major re- *' r
ground of race, color, religion or I assessment. I
i r aa r
national origin; provide for desegregation I i ., Ra
I
When he said that thoughthe 1
of hotels, motels, '
.BY ,JERRY :MOCK\ I lodging places with more than I had given up as a presidential ," .
I candidate and was the new foot-
.
: (First of two parts) Taylor; ,Rep. Welborn Daniel of i five rooms for rent, restaurants, ball coach at Vanderbilt
j cafeterias lunchrooms soda fountains :
Lake,County; First District Courtof i Asked if he thought Lyndoi; .
...
1 : movie houses \
stations
TALLAHASSEE A .state I
gas Y
John Rawls
Appeals Judge ; Johnson would be easier to defeat)
agency II i giving at least moral : j theaters and stadiums. Also desegregated -.
'Sen. Johnson of Gadsden
=Dewey than the late President Kenned; '
; to 'fight against the would! be state and '
support a : I _
'County; and Sen. Tom Whitaker Barry said it was hard to say. .
-civil rights legislation now ,before I Ilocally licensed, authorized or ,'I'' I \
I lot> Hillsborough County. Part- 1 1 1J He said one thing in Johnson'sfavor
regulated businesses. _
nhe U. S. Congress :,time director of the commission: Exempt was a small family.
The is coming J would be retail stores which doj I K Ttla) your holiday' be bltued 6>' ike .
moral .
I
support !is ''George Prentice, a public relations -. With a small '''family, said tin ; ; t peace
not offer food I (
service beauty
:from the legislative Commission ,'' man. senator, LBJ may be ab:e to sur oj thai first Chrulmas t/i Befkld etr. E
won Constitutional Government. I Those fighting the legislation ,I shops, barbershops (except hotel :I vive endorsement by Grew Fear \e\ ; /* As And heart and home bf JUM fM '
barbershops may jour j ,
clubs law
: loney, however, is furnished before 'Congress say it is "10 percent ,' firms, private), medical private clinics, and some. ______lt1. ...... iif: .
state business and farm;. civil rights and 90 cent :
-through
per
i' schools. Asked about the chances of E ',
private! tth
extension of Federal executive ; y It ii: rt a i
!
:urbanizations. I I Richard Nixon, Goldwater said,
An individual the U. S. atjtorney
j or &ERRYCHRJsTNAtS
... Head of the Commission is power. .! "Richard Who?" ,yf
generd could initiate ac- r
-Millard! Caldwell, state Supreme' The legislation, which passed I tion' to integrate such as public "Nixon? I know a family! of'' ,1 tJJ
:Court justice. Members are 'Rep. the House Judiciary Committee Nixons out in Phoenix. But his I t ; r ,
parks, pools, libraries _____ :
swimming
,
of Marion 23-11 and at this writing before is Sylvester. ''I don't know
--Bill Chappell County; | was I name
other public facilities operated'in '
:Leon County Circuit Judge Hugh the Rules Committee, would or behalf of a state, county ort i' no Richard Nixon." II I GENE'S
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M- I city. Federal aid could be cut off, This is puzzling. Senator. Dick I H j
eo- I Nixon Eisenhower's vice-. \N
was
k 5
could be
which
w in case an appeal
Little
"Biggest Store In Town"vj
.. made to the courts. I president for two terms.
Well, why don't ask r
you
... i The Civil Rights Commission ; .guys
I wou'd be a permanent agency. Ike about Mr. Dixon? He may
r' i The legislation has been called recall him. If he's a friend of Ike;
r I'd like to meet him.
.. i one of the most far-reaching pro-
... posed. Maybe you will, senator. You |
the civil just by chance might. .,
.. The campaign against j '
.. rights legislation has been a has-1 Y
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..... tily arranged one of only a few :' weeks and probably will end ,
about February 1. s W r
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i It is currently aimed at 19 &
I
.... Ii I states where some or all legisla i A scene Srcm the movie "In Search of The Castaways," a I ,( oI -

i tors are vulnerable! to persuasion Walt .Disney ,production which will\\ be pla}-ins. at the llan ,
1a the The states i ( '
legislation. '
against \ ;
\ p Theatre Friday Saturday and SundayvV: :1.1.; I
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f are: Colorado, Delaware, Idaho, : : I
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.-. Illinois,.Kentucky, Montana, New I i 'Ill+ ,, u I

Hampshire, New Mexico, Ohio, I J lIeayyhl'MttJ\ white: or yellow ,

.. Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee -! SPORTSAFIEID bucktail lures' are' very successful )l I' 4 0 Ij

jiftg + I Wyoming, Alsaka, California, l i for a great many .fish that are : /1 *
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:: r w x < 6t Connecticut, Indiana and Mary I BY TED RESTING found in the upper'section of Flor- j+ f f

t, oI I The northern angler who ida's Ten Thousand Islands. There j
0CMRISTAIAS only I .
I
... .. -- R. ih i i land.The function of the Legislative occasionally fishes the warm' wat- lures are available in various col- I 4t Y.i Jt

iI Commission, said Prentice, is to II ers of Florida, often confuses the I or combinations and weights to''

v JJI o I o disseminate analytical informa redfish,.'or channel: bass, with the I! match the action of any rod. A4 .' ( i(9&t t this glad Christmastide, we wish :
tion about the proposed legislation | red These are two different I toounce bucktail can be hand- :
A'Ap snapper. -
for
the
C vnd you great gifts of faith renewed and spirit
t, :, and to coordinate a cross species. The red snapper is II led very nicely on an average- ,
1 I II GREETINGS section of committees in an eduj I I i usually abundant over the whole weight, 6!-foot, fresh-water spinning uplifted by the joy and promise of His holy birth. .
1I I II between trade rod. For casting % to 3a- '
I I cation program
I I associations. :1 j "I j I I caught over the deep, offshore : ounce plugs, a heavier rod shouldbe COOPER'S LAUNDRY
I I Prentice said only in Florida, I'banks.i There are seasonal migra-i I used. In fishing this particulararea : _

: With grateful l thanks our friends Maryland and Virginia wash government :, tions of small red snappers, when'! of Florida's west coast, it I Ii KATHARINE AND CHARLES COOPER t

for the pleasure and privilege of serving you.LLBohannon participating in ;the I I they apparently more from deepwater I II i is a good idea to have two rods,
i I drive. In the other 16 states, he,f( toward the shore. 'j one for plugs and another for DORIS HOWARDu

c. said, participation was strictlj The redfish is easily identified 'I! casting % ounce lures, says Ro- : .
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I through business trade associations i by its more streamlined body and | bert D. Mall, Salt-Water Fishing

1 and the like. .1 one or two black ,spots on the base i( Editor of Sports Afield Maga-

NEXT Part two of Awo of its tail. It is fun to catch on : zine.

j parts: Where the money comes'spinning gear and will strike1moreartif 1 1I The inshore waters along tha

i' from, where it goes. ,.(' I ICI.Ii lures. I!I outer edge' of the mangrove covered 1 ,y 1S

--- '.- .. ., islands of the Everglades are

. .. fairly shallow; the Geodetic Survey a a Sw

/ !.t chart shows a depth ranging c

1 I :'. .'. from two fJrlf et oatside th. 1 _______ __
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: : '. /&J / /' ; : : :. channels. The bottom formationoff : -i \t

.= Horse Key for 200 to 300

'.j -:' : yards are rocky, and the icdfish
Ii I : .
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,. r. '..- S are usually found feeding near

11l ; ,. .. ::', ;""t. ., '. ,' the bottom between the rocks. This ,.* 3m
; },'. .. ..' .. \ ? : makes fishing somewhat difficult, .
'
( '' ; : r. ;.1 ; ,
-I.
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-Thursday, r tiona that have sprung up around t HANGING STOCKINGSStory I stocking hurt tip to dry i
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I gin in rites. .' of the first Christmas of "gold"
pagan custom tucking
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i { with today's date for Chris i I II ; 'tcholas, a fourth cntury -' the tee of a Q .tfttmda(taking.
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:pictured as traveling by i many .centuries after his death on I II countries, Santa gets an assist ;i Yuletide Scenesi burning of a giant leg during 1 Even when Christmas wasn't i iI kind'deeds". Wishing to present who remember
an i "Anyone
rocket or by jet plane, his favorite December 6, about 342 A.D., he I from St. Lucy who is responsiblefor i | the twelve days in which it was I merry, history shows that the. emu
mode of transportation still I was honored as a friend to the I the distribution of gifts on I thought that the sun stood still. ;; holy holiday has brought comfort -:anonymous gif; to help the daughters when there wasn't a Berlin crisis

seems to be the famous reindeer. young. December 6 became "Chil- I her day, December 13. J I' hare cast a glow over I From this stems Yule log tradi[and hope .into the midst of sor- : :t of an impoverished merchant,ri 1id eJjJiWe.&r nwmketbip in the

( drawn sleigh. The only wonder is I dren's Day," and St. Nicholas, : Christmas comes after Christ- Christmas. festivities for centur- I tion. '] tow and hardship. (,:he threw a bag of gold down the loW timers' club. -rK; w7 Bennett -

that he can remain as jolly as he traveling by horse, brought giftsto I mas to many homes in France !jies.f I In medieval Europe the custom I Such was an early Christmas in chimney,, where it fell into a t Grwncastle (Ind.) Graphic.

traditionally is, when he has to reward children for good behavi6r. and: French Canada, where the f One of the very earliest of leg arose of also lighting a giant I the New World, observed in 1535 I' ---......, ------ -- '
cover the world in one night, delivering I old tradition of giving gifts to ; ends tells of the Christ Child Christmas candle that would burn I at a small fortress on the banns i I -- I

gifts by the billions. Although Santa has to a large 1 children on New Year's day is ''wandering the streets of the I brightly till Twelfth Night ''of the St. Charles river near I

Perhaps the explanation maybe extent replaced St. Nicholas, in observed. There's a resemblanceto !' world in search of shelter ,oji i During their Saturnalia Romans ( what is now the City of Quebec,1
found in the number of helpershe Christmas in the placing of Christmas Eve. Lighted canflleJtrs r fastened candles to trees to i Canada. i i
some European countries children I placed in windows to welcome I
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gifts beside the fireplace ofteqin the darkness thus indicating
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day delivering gUts on the night of December 5, Even then, the Santa: season Germany comes a similar i ij
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St Nicholas, a real bishop, was I and set out shoes filled with hay isn't finished. Many Spanish: belief that the Virgin Mary and Luther brought an story fir tree into j tiers were beset by cold and han'gtr ': '

the first 'Santa." Many legend and carrots for his horse. I children expect the Three Kings! I a host of angels pass over the the nursery one Christmas a Eve as well as fear of the nearby 0 o t

--- ----- ---- -- --- ---- to bring them gifts on Epiphany countryside each Christmas Eve for his wife and children. To show { Indians, whose friendly atti _
Candles in the windowsOf
January 6. They, too, set out I are put them the glory of the night when tude seemed to have changed. e _
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r traditionally left for them. the colony suffered from scurvy.
Whatever the gift-giving date, stars. ..
Many of the Christmas tradi- Bravely, the men celebrated
I Santa has a host of helpers to I' Today, electric lights have
I C ... <,t. I lighten his load. In addition to taken the place of candles on I Christmas. Mass was said in a'i -1 ,Ft
;. ". ) I countrieshave I I Christmas trees, but candles still i log cabin, at an altar made from
3 / I. I St L\: y, Scandinavian scribed as a benevolent fairy and
I !!& '-t-1 I I the Tom-tar, little gray- sometimes as a witch. Legend burn brightly in churches and ''a wooden table; evergreen branch-!

t .! i bearded who said to hide I homes throughout the world. decorated the walls carols'''
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one of our happiest holiday in carol !
Kriatkini brings the gifts ;around the world, in repentance, candlelight and comm non
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spell ruin to manya dieting plan. With a little calorie curbing in the spiritually inspiring Christmas. .4nd may all the days

i kitchen, however; calorie-wise cooks can turn out caloriestreamlined to come reflect the peace and joy of this blessedHoliday.
: I versions of favorite holiday foods, every bit as delicious as I ,
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be enjoying at this year's Thanksgiving Day feast. Sweetened with i SsVisjss! And I Loan Association;1
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Blooming in the heart of win Y Journeying T. Bethlehem Wording Off Witc es season Giving has gifts many at precedents'the Yuleisde I.GYM.

ter and sometimes even in the SETTING THE DATE e 'Led To Candy CanesOne I I the years before Christ, g u'

snow, the Christmas rose is a i December 25 was first assignedas gave branches of laurel, olive a"n .
plant famed in legend: I of the most popular sym myrtle to each other at the Saturnalia -
According to an old story, a the date for the celebration of r #4 k bols of the Christmas holidays,< a pagan festival that"oc

poor little shepherdess had noI I: the Nativity in about the year K 4: Y ys% i candy canes; began with an old curred about the sametime as the

gift to offer the Christ Child?; 320 AJX Since the. New Testament t' } i iP superstition during the Middle present date of Christm; lj '.

_ and so she wept. When her tears : was written as religious instruction I Ages. European of that period England and Northern' Eurep|

_I touched the ground, flowers I rather than history, the ll llGChristian carried glass canes filled with ;; Druid worshippers tied gifts on+,
II.' colored candies to distract evil
sprouted. trees i the Yule tes
during .. ..
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Delighted she plucked, an. arm. known. s. ;.,.a I held at the' winter solstice.Roman ., .vnl.vnl.I '
ful and hastened to the Infant. Belief wasthat the' evil ones I I often
The caress of His fingers turned I The present day was selectedas become so interested in sorting i iI emperors
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Botanists class the Christmas I I of Christmas "the spells was forgotten? reports ,the I 1 silver from their subjects, and'. s
rose as a member of the butter I mass of ChristROASTING 4i Three Celebrations of Christmas Candy, Chocolate and Confectionery i! did the kings and queens of mod ,
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cup family. Native to Southern ; PEACOCKRoast Pilgrimage to Bethlehem is for masses on Christmas Eve, December I ,
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Europe and western Asia, it has ,%'' F y r, ,t K' +"," thousands of Christians each 25.Eastern. AT THE 'HITE HOUSE Queen I 0%
leathery, dark green leaves and peacock was a Yule delicacy P 'A.;:t''' _:;1: y s :' year the focal point of the religious churches observe I her wardrobe through these 'Cjm i i
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white or rose-tinged sepals, according of the peacock's head and ffiitIII.i ,; "PI, trip to Bethlehem now a part. of still follow the old Julian calendar I placed on the White House I3Wn,1 in a spirit of kindfieartedf! .
to The Encyclopedia Am- : { skin so that the roast' bird can be Jordan, to the Church of the Na- Holy Night is January 6, generosity developed.
ericana. sewn back into it before serving The holidays are a merry time, and never merrier than the ivity above the Grotto of the Nativity Christmas Day January 7. Arm- was President. The tree :
--- moment a marvelous plum pudding comes to the festive table. where Christ was born. I enian churches celebrate both !, spruce from Coolidge's native: :
This ancient English custom is a pleasant one, for who does not I state, Vermont. ., 'I IN BETHLEHEM, GA.
The manger so familiar to all Christmas and Epiphany on Jan i I **"* t.
the wonderful of the the handsome
enjoy aroma pudding-and .
sight it makes on the platter? Our version is a new way withan who know the Christmas story uary 19.Those.- I In the following year Coolidge I| A 60-foot star lights thetoun-

-v old favorite. It derives much of its wonderful flavor from was an improvised stable in a of the Protestant faiths presided at a ceremony under the | tryside' around Bethlehem (Ta., at .
unsulphured molasses-the kind with the most mellow possible cave hewn out of rock, near the sponsorship of the American For Christina A carol l service ]s held :
taste. Another modern note is the use of chopped Brazil nuts. center of the hill town of Beth gather in Shepherds Fields, the estry association, to urge the use underneath the star on Christmas .
These sweet, delicate nuts add superb texture and flavor. All neary site where, according! to of living Christmas trees. night .
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Molasses Brazil Nut Pudding at I ,
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displayed in any CBrstmas shop; silver knife. A white bull was: .
the wonder nd jo of the I i and almost any bauble one picks I considered the only fitting sac- :t
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night 1e'w3s born, ,.; ;back of it. Take the little pinecone I'' tree' and the mistletoe was divided ? S. ..:

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: with toadstool represents Wod to the mistletoe. The Germans
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en's helped; the one carrying the I required that it be knocked down I' + ,'.
.t / lantern is naturally the helper of with a bow and arrow or a stone
the Sun God, Raider, and the onei I and that it must be caught and
with the bit of evergreen is Thor's i never allowed! to touch the ground. IQ

helper. The evergreen tree was From then comes our idea of being
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supposed to belong to Thor too, kissed under the mistletoe K1 :.
L i and holly was dedicated to Balder. I but the original meaning' has become

BAILEY'S I Traveling through South Caro- I quite twisted. They held : 'I Ypt ,
lina this week we found children that all enemies had to be for. '

along the roadside selling mistle i! given before the new year and to 1 4\ : s
toe, mistletoe with bountiful and show forgiveness they were kiss. L. 4)1
i beautiful berries. Of course mistletoe I ed under this miraculous plant. 1 r 4

I is. rich in history.- -Its-me--- I 1 Besides mistletoe bought from 1 : ii4 iiiT
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( the children who gathered it in
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{the South Carolina swamps, we .
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I have in our car: to decorate a i' k

? I New Jersey home, two kinds of : S ,
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1 # J very beautiful holly, one the Am.! .

t erican !Holly, Ilex opaca, which isj J .

r x J found' in our Eastern woods and I I i j I .
j is on Florida's conservation list; ,
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: the other the Chinese Holly, Ilex I t. ..vXr :fTM. .. 3 .1
burfordi, which we are accustomed
mt I .
j to buying from the nurseries.The .
stories of these hollies is in 1 ,

t I line with what we wrote last .
,
week about planting our own .
Christmas greens. Years ago (we .;: ;;: ...J"4: ; ;. ; :

the would American say in Holly the early was twenties carefully: ) 'I, 4r! -S / ;.: '!: '> ffi1un@ A @ at : .; .;.

dug from the woods under the .
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l i direction of an aunt because her I :
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t mother wanted holly tree in the'yard. mnm =
G I I a \ &; &;njt ffi A
At first it did not thrive I III .. .
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t and after several years was mov

', II I ed where to a it different has been part a of the thing yard of \ 1 W A1f @ffi 'iIiI @&; trOi ; : _

r { beauty through the years, and ,. 'i4 S ,
r erry i this year the branches of this I : i :.. -4

)t l I 1 i now tall tree are bowed down .

\ with berries. Chinese Holly years c I 1rr ..
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MI % ago was not as well known' as it ..
1 is today, and this bush belonging I 1I -

Christmas to our aunt was very special This I !y ,.,.
aunt had seen this, to her, unusual -
type of holly growing in r rI rI ? ; r

o :1 'I I the garden of South Carolina's | I I

$ @ ''toallt i J'r Smith long ,tame" a gift senator to him., "Cotton From Ed it { a' a f jw m $Q)1 _

she was given a tiny cutting to ... "
r root from which for years she '
1 had a most gorgeous shrub, and .: @ A U'U'ij tr@ :
: for years she has shared its berries .. ___
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This Christmas she is ninety-five I '
stet h'full
I and very weak and sick, but her I rE' wm nAm:, ::

( a of warmest wishes for \i: JU Pa I face lighted up with a happy P _

], smile when we told her we wantI 4. i .. _. -- .
aPPYholidaY. MaY ed' to go dut and snip' some holl?'.' r 7' I I'l

1 We own a daughter holly 2 .. AWV tHR 1" E I
+ the Christmas season .., r
a by her but still too young rooted.j

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shed. If leaves curl, try a little o:/ GEORGE DEllMAR: MASTER MACHINIST I _
this spray on the underneath side .
only. Croton leaves will keep I
SUBURBAN PROPANE longer if given a plastic spray PURVIS DIESEL SERVICE't

treatment. If no plastic spray tf t
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!! :; Twelve 1 News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursday, December 26,1963 ---. -.--..,T. would be no music for Christmas, Loafer .A*man.who: likes to
Most Red Green Set Yule Scene : I f sang "Silent Night" to a guitar I mow the lawn'in.the winter and


I ;For Christmas Enjoyment T ypicalMusic With Symbolic Meanings It I accompaniment. shovel snow in summer.



United States President Sought "Good Old Days" Of ChristmasOf Christmas} The traditional season colors are red of and the ,I ban.ing to Mecca wear a green tur -

green. Yet these colors have I -*
At Christmas time nostalgia home-grown and home-cooked, the felt to make Christmas merry. all the music associated with 'I.meant different things to different Santa Gets His Garb I
for "the good old days" is as gifts and decoration always lovingly : He and his family, he declared,'I Christmas, perhaps no composi people over the ages. Color'bs I 4\

prevalent as turkey and handmade and the tree itself were going to have an "old-fash' lion so well embodies the spirit 'I; been used as the symbol of I I II From Poem, Cartoon !, Best
tangs, decorations and gifts.trim-j I always chopped down by the : ioned Christmas tree. I of the holiday as Handel's '"Mes bstract ideas from time immemorial d

Everybody had more fun or i I head of the house on a personal A search through recent newsI !I siah. The great oratorio has enthralled Santa first appeared in his "
to hillside lot. I or even through recent i countless audiences. It" *
foray some or traditional
papers rpw- guise as a plump !
the feeling during In early and medieval Christian
so those good old-fashioned goes Christ. I Christmas nostalgia has even history, would provide no details I has been said to have brought art|t colors had a mystic or symbolic jovial white-bearded and pipe-i I : -.
however about this resolve. For i more for charity than "a ,
money any smoking old gentleman Wishes LA
noises when life was simpler and been known to affect heads of meaning. Red indicated pas-
the President was Benjamin Harrison -!other single piece of music. And i right jolly old elf in the'
according: to tradition the snow state to be specific a sion. In its good sense it was a I
drifts were always piled high the dent of the United States. Presi-I who, on December 22 in j marked a rebirth for its com; symbol of divine energy and love I I poem "A visit from St. Nicholi'i ;
1891, announced to reporters his *
foods for feasting were always everyone's duty the I' poser. I and the creathe power of the I as, written by Dr.
plan for "good old-fashioned I
a
George Friderick Handel was Moore in 1822.
I holy Spirit; in its bad sense it c.1
I
Christmas"Most "virtually a has-been in 1741. was a sign of hate. In the meanIng I Earlier "Santeclaus" had to
I people today whose I London had grown tired of his I it became an emblem of Satan. I pictured dressed as a bishop
thoughts turn to Christmases of Italian operas and him. More : I a book called "The' Children's i
.. ... .; .:' ;.<. yore would certainly settle for a than once he had barely missed Emerald green is often the I Friend" and in Washington Irv-i: 0
ay .- I I symbol of hope and growth in
4a :.. .1.. date much later than 1891 as the I being thrown into debtors' prison many Christian paintings. ing's "Knickerbocker History of !
: I Ii ; time when the "good old-fashioned and his health was beginning to I : New York" published in 1800 ;
II I i Christmas" had ceased to exist. I I, Colors played an important role I Santa was said to wear a broad- all
t fail.Then in medieval magic and superstition. -
i i brimmed hat and huge breeches. !
of old-
But if the spirit an came a commission from i
fashioned Christmas didn't van- the lord lieutenant of Ireland : For example" the famous"philosopher's Even Dr. Moore's poem did not, ,I : ,

ish as early as President Harrison and the governors of three char- i i store which the apparently clothe Santa in a red .i
alchemists would turn I
hT feared it had, when did it go? itable institutions for Handel to thought suit. "He was dressed all in fur H
I
base metals into gold and cure all "
Or has it really disappeared forever conduct a series of charity concerts I I from his head to his foot, says
be colored -
diseases was thought to I for a
reports World Book Ency the poem.
red, according to the Encyclopedia
Santa he looks today was
Most of all, an "oldfashioned"Christmas clopedia. lIe began to compose a : Americana Red also as ;
was
piece for the tour. first sketched by Cartoonist Tho *
: is made up of tradi- I a favorite curative color in more 'Nast, in 1869. The cartoon ;
tions. Even in northern climates Handel was not an especially I recent superstitions. mas
showed Santa in his familiar red I
only hope luck and the weatherman I religious man. but something
I In Indonesia, the people thinka garb, smoking a pipe. Merry "o
each whetherthe seemed to him
can say year possess as he
: .N. a piece .of bright red coral will I .
traditional drifts will be worked. For 23 -
snow some days he 'I .
I keep its owner's teeth in good : *
s forthcoming. Other traditions kept to his study refusing to see order and there are people every- i When Organ Broke I II 1 .
:
however, may not necessarily be- .any visitors leaving his food untouched -
where who are sure that
'p. to the and working the a person "Silent Night" was first sung I 3
1 Y long only past. through Christmas.
I
owning a ruby will live to a I at Christmas 1818.
i Not All "Store Bought" ,night. Now he played the harpsi ripe old age. I
The church in Aus-
organ an
foods for feasting chord, now he sang then back to
:
Lk Preparing Green was a sacred color i'trian village had broken down _
; I I the writing. His servants thought I
doubtless fun and hard
I
was among the. ancient and medieval : impaired by 'mice. so the story
the I i mad. Often 0. Stratton
was going they
work in the good old days. But Harry
r r S I Egyptians who wore it as a sym- goes. Father Joseph Mohr wrote
found him in tears. When he finished !
not all Christmas cookies candies I I I
The Mullims carried this I'I
the and his
Franz
s]m- poem organist
the "Hallelujah Chorus, he
1' and fruit cakes today .I
are "store !
: The Muslins carried this symbolism Gruber, composed the music. Your Stale Senator
cherishes declared "I did think I did 'see all
family
bought Many a I
I throughout the Middle The congregation, which had I
the tradition of having the chil- Heaven before me, and the great
I I I East, and the faithful, on return- been saddened because there
: dren "help" Mother as the holiday..God himself. ,
goodies are concocted. i t On April 13, 1742 700 people I 1 J JI ,

1jPer I Even the ready-prepared foods I crowded into a Dublin music hall i
have their traditions. For instance, for the premiere of "Messiah." Its I

:, some families deliver gift pack ,was a resounding success. I
,
-
ages of cakes or candies to friends At the first English performance I i:. : ;: "'

'i, when they make Christmas calls; II a year later King George II .
v
/I '. '\ others set forth a table of treats I was so overwhelmed by the "Hall .
r in the home ready to share with lelujah l Chorus" that he rose from .F : v at of fit.Y

JI callers. I his seat and stood throughout the ..
I
'11'; I The same is true of that "good section. The audience of course I r1..
1 I old days" habit of making gifts. :. followed the example of their Y ( aI ire > Vy'a 7O

y*.: w : In this "new day" of increasing king and so began a custom I i /

interest in sewing many loving 'which survives to our day.
-w Ii '
I I ly home-crafted gifts are found Despite the king's appreciation \

Hai;; : under Christmas trees and however, London was not ready a' 4t tj
an 1 Handel and the concert |
..; i yesterday's Mom would no doubt to accept ,
I have been glad to trade her| failed. It was not until Handel I
m treadle sewing machine for one of [ began directing annual benefit *
As the Star shone on the Babe ol Bethlehem, !! today's electric models. ) performances of "Messiah" at the Across them

so may the peace and promise of His wondrous message i Can't Chop Tree | London Foundling Hospital in the Jr

shine brightly on you and yours, this I While Dad may not be able to 1750's that his adopted countrymen -
chop down a tree for the family came to recognize it as a
C hristma s tide, bringing happiness in abundance (conservationists of our "good masterpiece, and once again gave % a Ir 1 .
I
old forests" wouldn't, approve), a his their acclaim.Holiday. II

look at any place where trees are !f
sold in the days before Christmas i M t tile Cfirtstnids

T. H. King Photo Shop reveals that choosing. the tree is Recipes,_ stoCVi

still ,a personal all-family matter r
;involving plenty of old-fashioned (Furnished courtesy Nassau C"unfJ'
Home Demonstration Agent Mary 1
fun.Almost Harrison)
every nostalgic dream 4 t r 1'P \\\//I
-- BACON-OYSTER SCALLOP
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Yield: 6 servings Vi\fl ayes tV1t1O lIZ 1'
9 to 12 slices bacon ,
z wD 18 to 24 oysters in natural liquor I Iw


1% cups crushed, cracker


f crumbs margarine 3 tablespoons melted butter or (tqthrthusJroithel 1


1 cup milk
2 teaspoons horse-radish Wt f. w SE
1 teaspoon parsley flakes 1 ,
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1Y B8Sfflg8 Partially% teaspoon cook pepper bacon. Cut slicesof ii& i i Y

I rs ; i'everentl I bacon in half. Drain oysters lind tie

x I ani o'ece' save of bacon oyster around liquor. each Wrap oy 1 rtj : mCf ?

M ster. Place cracker crumbs in 8

./ f inch plate. Combine melted but- t I
[ prayerfully
I I
er U cup oyster liqucr milk,
",.\ r S we celebrate the \ I ,oi-e-radish pars'ey! flakes, and '
repper. Pour over cracker crumbs.

birthday the hotYti /*r Y Dress, bacon-wrapped oysters in- mess
cracker crumbs. Bake in a
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Child May this truly be moderate oven ((375 degrees F.)

for 25 minutes. Serve hot with

for you a blessed roast turkey. I' fhw.sc
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Christmas. SAUSAGE STUFFING rr ;3 fromtfosctcrd

Yield: 4 to 6 servings
8 ounce package Brown 'N
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Serve sausage I
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; fing 8 ounce package seasoned stuf-


1 cup water

... I % cup butter or margarine
'; 6 1 egg slightly beaten s t
t I U cup finely chopped celery
1 a I Brown directed
sausage as on
4 a / package. Cut into % inch pieces I t a, -h

and combine with remaining
s gredients. Spoon into 14 in-I

o i ; I casserole. Bake in a slow oven I
.
% F. about 45 minutes
I ((325 degrees ) i


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Nr a \ 2 quarts apple cider
,
x Y rt' 2 cups sugar ever Bring 'tf

2 teaspoons whole allspice
9gL5 2 teaspoons whole cloves '
6 cinnamon sticks S 1 1i

: I I 1 quart cranberry ,juice
1 pint orange juice

1% cups lemon juice 4 iThj&andj'ojitojioi4
Combine cider and sugar in } I

large saucepan. Tie allspice, cloves
r \ I
and cinnamon sticks together in I
I porous cloth; add to cider. Cover;
simmer 15 minutes. Remove

spices. Add remaining ingred-
ients; simmer 10 minutes. Gar-

:nish with orange and lemon
: slices. Serve hot Makes about 1

; gallon.of ...... :."


ROY KEY EDMcQUEEN ELIZABETH MATTHEWS Christmas long ago seems to Bank
have its counterpart in the present FLORIDA National :
And all the while new tradi-
I tions are building up, as each [at Fernandina Beach
EUGENE RICHO ALEXANDER DAVISMATHER 'I'family, each community creates

and treasures its customs.In B

another 70 years, perhaps "
some public figure may say,$It's tarn rtSCUl o tout IHJUtXJiCI COIfOIAtlO. *

of Fernandina time to get back to the good old .. .. t..- .
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ways of celebrating Christmas"So .. ', "
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I News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursday/December 26, 1963 Page Thirteen

Two Container Heads RetireCHICAGO

Corp. f What About After Christmas ? I"Ad Altare Dei" tl'I

December 12 directors of the Corporation and Company into Container Corpora.
Wesley M. Dixon, chairman, and members of the executive com tion. Dixon, had been president of What happens the day after Christmas? 'Award Given Two
John V. Spachner, vice ,chairman, mittee. the former companies and became Is the spirit of Christmas "spent" in lavish preparation and anticipation & '
Container Corporation of America Dixon joined Container in 1930 vice president and director of I enjoyed but briefly, then thrown aside with the wrapping i 'I 1jq1
213 ScoutsSunday
and colored ribbon?
will retire on December 31, with the merger of Dixon Board Container Corporation after the ; paper {Troop
1963. Both men will continue as Mills and Sefton Manufacturing merger. He became president in I What happens the day after Christmas? i
1946 and chief executive officerin I Does one breathe a deep sigh and inwardly say, "I'm glad that Saint Michael's Catholic S
,- 1960. In 1961 he was elected it's over for another year"? Church was the setting for ,.
chairman, and was succeeded by If this happens, then certainly we are not "keeping the Christmas. the presentation of the "Ad Al a oth V
." The Spirit of Christmas is superficial Our Christmas symbols ':"vi _
Leo H. Schoenhofen as presidentand tare Dei", the Catholic Church's i'
chief executive officer. Dix. and ornaments many of them pagan in their origin, are only decora- highest decoration awarded in ,
on is a director of Harris Trust tive trappings for creating a festive spirit. Scouting consisting of a gold
But Christmas is not superficial. Christmas is REAL. And 1,4:
and Savings Bank, The Pure Oil so cross fastened to a tri-colored
must observance of the be REAL and
holiday the
nut
mere matter
nd United States ribbon with gold
Company, Gypsum | a pin.
I of observing customs and practices as a matter of conformity.The .
Company. He is also president The presentation of the religious
vai glitter is gone from evergreens and holly wreaths on the day I i
of the board of trustees of
medal Scouts John
to Boy
after Christmas. The tree suddenly becomes old and drops its need- I __
Northwestern! University. les the ; does and Frank Harrison members of I/
upon carpet. No longer the ,bright figure of Santa adorn a
Spachner has been associatedwith the mantle or doorway; it simply hangs there, bereft of glamour and I Boy Scout Troop 213 was made .
Container Corporation and stirring little anticipation. I by the Reverend Father William t ,-..
s I
kki its predecessor company since Unless we have "kept the Christmas" in preparations for, and J. Holmes, pastor of Saint Mich-
1918. He served as president of observance of Christmas Day, then we have observed a meaningless I ael's Catholic Church after the

G. Pioneer Paper Stock Company, a holiday. last Holy Mass Sunday morning. t t"aar ;
wholly owned subsidiary of Container This year, let us keep the Christmas in a spirit that will kreep I In making the presentation
Corporation, and later became I the profound meaning of the holiday deep in our hearts for the remainder -I Father Holmes reminded parents
a vice president and director of the days after Chhristmas I and the troop that "scouting re-

1 4JOl1N of the parent company. He As we observe the Christmas, we must find time to meditate i veals to youth and puts into action -

was elected executive vice president I upon the great reality that,upon this day Christ was born, bringing I all that is naturally good, THE HARRISON BROTHERS, John, left, and Frank,
in 1946 and vice chairmanin I to all mankind the promise of eternal salvation. This is the message -I noble, healthy: simplicity of life,
shown with Father William J. Holmes
of Christmas and the secret to the successful keeping of Christ- right, are pastorof
1961. Spachner has been directly I I love of nature, love of country,
WESLEY M. DIXON V. SPACHNEU responsible for Container's I mas forever and ever the sentiment of honor, self-discipline St. Michael's Church, after they received the "Ad
i Altare Dei"* award the church's highest award in scouting
expansion overseas and is chair- obedience, dedication to
man and a director of many of I "In the old days more than one I I! the service of others scouting following the morning mass Sunday

the overseas subsidiaries. He is Meals Of Today kind of meat at a meal was a I j gives to the worship and services I II ----- -- - -- -- -- Photo- -by ,T-H- King
: a trustee of Sarah Lawrence Col- necessity often for breakfast, I of God that pie-eminent place it ,
lege and of the Aspen Institute Are ComparedWith I even. Certainly this was true on II ought to have. in human life ,.
': for Humanistic Studies. festive occasions such as Thanks- but scouting is more than a series '
N giving and Christmas. Now we of outdoor events for these I
I Along with Walter P. Paepcke,
r !
d Container Corporation founder, Grandma'sJACKSONVILLE normally have one meat or a meat j Catholic youngsters; it is a way ;
lf these two men ere. largely responsible i substitute but we have a choiceof ''of life which they consistently
I ; Container any kind of meat, fish or fowlno observe at home, school, church .
n I for developing Are we : I I
/ I. matter what the season. The and their community.'' A IRRY ME1YdA
from a $11,000,000 business in more healthy today by eating less | I in !
a. I r % 't 1 the early 1930'".,*.to.1a world-wide but perhaps better than in grand- same goes for fruits and vege- Boy Scout Troop 106 of Jack ,
/ 1 r business withies of $350,000 ma's day? tables. We can stock up on quantities -! S
I : 1i i members /
not have to buy little by
I
include "
000. Production facilities i "We could be, says Mary Brice i i I
Ei Jt I located in 51 I little because of the possibility of I body for the ceremonies.
_ ti 71 domestic plants, : Deaver, director of the Division I I
I cities in 23 states; and 52 foreign of Nutrition of the State Board I spoilage."A L \ \ Anr t
I installations, located in 29 major of Health. "But some people ') generation or so ago whena HEARD IN APRIL 1
at cities in seven Western Europeanand might be better off at a table like I housewife thought of potatoesshe Handel's !essiah," often heardat i ., Happy New
t QI I Latin American nations. grandma's than grabbing a sand thought of them fried, baked, the Christmas season, was begun !.. h \ l ear
manufactures boiled, mashed or in chips. Today in finished in
Container Corporation wich or a slightly-heated, hastily- I August, September I
I I folding cartons, solid fibre gulped TV meal. you can buy potatoes in over 150 and first performed in t

.. I containers, corrugated shipping "Years ago many breakfasts different forms and preparations."We I April. I c
containers, set-up boxes, paperboard consisted of more than most of us can have food from almost I
displays, fibre cans, and eat for dinner nowadays; but of any place in the world at any time i GROWING HOLLY
I' As of 31, of but with all this i A holly tree 15
plastic packaging. May course a lot of people led more year at our J grows years
1963, a total of 19,425 men and active lives then. fingertips, what do many of us I before it produces, but its life may
'i women. were employed by the "Today we know about vitam- do? We settle for an over-cooked ibe I as long as 125 years. .o .
,.- WLUtI i company and its overseas subsi- ins and more exactly what kinds I hamburger on a cold bun with ii!i- a
4 ; diaries. Of these 12,859 were in i of food the body need to keep us greasy fried potatoes, limp cole i some meat or fish, some dairy
I the United States and 6,566 overseas healthy. The accent is on quality, slaw and dream of the golden : foods, some raw and cooked vegetables .
I \ not quantity; balance not mass. days of long ago then uncon- i ; some bread or cereals.
At a meeting of the board of "We have a fantastic choice of sciously get out an indigestion II This is simple and easy but it's Hoyt and Pauline Lofton

I directors this week, the offices of almost everything the year round. tablet. surprising how many don't do it, i j '
3r ,f J'r : chairman and vice chairman were And most of us are or should "Each of us needs every day and li'" to regret it." '
rr I eliminated from the corporation I ,
by.laws. Leo H Schoenhofen,
I I i president and chie( xecutive of- fS
I ficer, will assume the duties of ,

chairman; and Harry E. Green, .
The
2 scene is set for gladnessand .
; senior vice president and general \: \
cheer. so we send our brightest i counsel, will assume direction of

.' Dishes with a happy overseas properties, formerly under

Lwrhan1i: )"0\1" for allowing us to serve ) the vice chairman. I. ..
you

..... -.. 1 f M.presidents Earl Ulvaeus P. of Kaufman were Container elected and Corporation. Lennart vice ;: If you took away the Rayonier Cellulose >':" ', :

Kaufman is in charge of the


1 i 1J CLAUDE WINGATEYour is bia.Latin headquartered Ulvaeus American is in subsidiaries in charge Cali, Colum of and the what do you suppose would be left? :


I West German subsidiary, Europa
State Representative Carton A.G., and ,the Italian properties TURN THE PAGE AND SEEJ
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and is headquartered ..
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Hamburg, West Germany. '. .
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Traditional' End
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Of Yule SeasonTwelfth

i1
iX Night, or Epiphany, is ;,
marked with many customs, ceremonies -
3
and legends throughoutthe u
world. French and Swiss I
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children, for example, look for- : a -st ,
ward to the pastry they receiveon .\ ? s
that day in which a bean, coinor ,
rKkF: china figure is hidden. Whoever a
gets the prize is crowned king of 4 i
R"
*
r q,1 the family. :
Epiphany means "appearance"and 1 *
commemorates the visit of t\ 14t'1

the Three Wise Men'to the infant ,
Jesus. Their arrival was proof to

t'j e\ believers that Christ the" Saviour
e 'mow 5 ,1 had been born. ,
The visit is told in,.Matthew 2:

1.2, "Now when Jesus,'was bornin II 7., 11' ,

'-'I .\$ Bethlehem of Judaea in the !# ;
days of Herod the king, behold \ : !' iirr l !

L there came wise men from the
cast to Jerusalem.

)1 ax' "Saying where is he that is I, ,:
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born King of the Jews? for we /

have seen his star in the east, I I -
d and are come to worship him." I cUt ni! '

During the middle ages, Epip _
iiaala, hany or Twelfth Night was com- !
memorated with plays presented !
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ffiqr 'n churches. Solemn observances I 1 '
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largely disappeared in -
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Jtpii time for reverly.Shakespeare's ,
"Twelfth Night"

Deflects this mood. It was prob- S
: ably presented in a command per- ; S / 1. f 'k P/4'/ .
;ormance at Whitehall Palace on
January 6, 1601, according to his

,a\ r P torians. crowned
ti Today child "kings"
with golden paper coronets roam
\ ? the streets of Europe on Epip-
4\ hany, singing hymns and carols.In I
Italy, millions of children !
31I ,,, awake to find their stockings:
r lutltnlnr filled with presents from La Be- I

1' fana, the good-hearted witch who
Ujtfl Dppcrtunitu In +
takes the place of Santa Claus.In I ys %
rctrnD IjalibaH tart rn in cur friFn g. hank France, a portion of the /
Epiphany cake is often set asideas
jjmt far ijflur palrnnan f n will and In nit "la part de Dieu" God's
share. It is given to the first poor
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person who comes to the door.

Sue's RestaurantYOU'LL In Greece, three pieces of cake
-- are cut; one for Christ, one for
: Mary, and one for St. Basil.
FIND A CHEERY WELCOME HERE In Britian Twelfth Night cakeis
DURING THE HOLIDAYS washed down with Lamb's
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a fourteen News-Leader, fernandlna .Beach, Florida Thursday, December 26, 19Gt, ; i
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i HNNEY TANTE'lSen. (
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I do roughly the following: I'
j
Barry Goldwater paid
Bar employers and unions
i when he got back to laying that
from discriminating on the
: ; he is "in position of major c kI'a
APIJ01IEJTER j a re-
ground of race, color, religion or I
assessment.
national origin provide for de r
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:; When he said that I thought
segregation of hotels, motels,
13Y .JERRY :MOCK i lodging places with more than I he had given up as a presidential
{ candidate and was the new foot-
(First ,of two parts) Taylor; Rep. Welborn Daniel of !, five rooms for rent, restaurants, i ball coach at Vanderbilt. aTf
Lake-County; First District Court !)cafeterias, lunchrooms, soda foun- | Asked if be thought Lyndon
1 tains stations movie houses p
TALLAHASSEE A state gas k Y
of John Rawls '
.Appeals Judge ; Johnson would be easier to defea; 1fa
agency U giving at least moral I theaters and stadiums. Also desegregated 1i++t a
'Sen. Dewey Johnson of Gad den j, i than the late President Kenned
the would! be state and
:support to a fight against
'
County; and Sen. Tom Whitakerj j I Barry said it was hard to say.
-civil rights legislation now before locally licensed, authorized or !
HilUborough County. Part- ,
tot | He said one .thing in Johnson'sfavor
|Jthe|" U. S. Congress regulated businesses. Exempt min .1
"time director of the commission was a small family.
M The moral support is coming is George Prentice, a public relations -| would be retail stores which do I|; With a small ''family, said the i iI I .4. .; a f t I II ja} your holiday be blessed by' ike peeccof
y
not offer food service, beauty I I / J ,
from the legislative Commission ,' man. j hotel I senator, LBJ may be abe! to stirI P ,fs7" ) a,+y ?ion 1 ; that first+ Christmas in Bethlehem.+ '
shops, barbershops (except
Constitutional Government. Those fighting the legislation j jbefore'Congress I vive endorsement by Grew Fear
urn barbershops), private clubs, law JAnd may t'ourheart and home be fed/ with MXGENE'S
Money, however, is furnished say it is 10 per I !! some. i "
firms, private medical clinics and stW
state business and farm .kent civil rights and 90 cent ,
through per schools. Asked about the chances of
private
:organizations. .extension( of Federal executive I Ipowe I Richard Nixon, Goldwater said, I I
An individual or the U. S. attorney l'JE[ yC
.
.. Head of the Commission is | "Richard Who?"
genert.l could initiate action -
-Millard Caldwell, state Supreme :The legislation, which passed':! to integrate such as public I "Nixon? I know a family of I II RR H RISTMA! ,
:Court justice. Members are ''Rep. the House Judiciary Committee I JNixons out in Phoenix. But his I .
librariesor
parks, swimming pools,
.Bill Chappell of Marion County; I 23-11 and at this writing was before I other public facilities operatedin I name is Sylvester. 'I don't know''f ; : ,

:Leon County Circuit Judge Hugh the Rules Committee, would behalf of a state, county or | no Richard Nixon." ji j
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I I city. Federal 'aid could be cut off, i This is puzzling. Senator. Dick I

.r. ] in which case an appeal could be i Nixon was Eisenhower's vice-i! s sly "Biggest Little Store In Town"VJ1
president for two terms.
; made to the courts. I
'' i The Civil Rights Commission Well, why don't you .guys ask r

I would be a permanent agency. Ike about Mr. Dixon? He may :
1 The legislation has been calledone I recall him. If he's a friend of Ike<' +
I I'd like to meet him. r
of the most far-reaching pro-
,, posed. Maybe you will, senator. Touj iI i

The campaign against the civil ,I t just- by chance might. ': N
rights legislation has been a has- i
.. i tHy arranged one of only a few I weeks and probably will end: I
,
about February 1.
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r t ti'w I i! It is currently aimed at 19' iiie'18i ,
I i a
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.-. i states where some or all legisla- : A scene /rem the movie "In Search of The Castaways," a 7

I tors are vulnerable to persuasion Walt :Disney ,production which will bet, IayLng. at the Ilan I 1I
against the legislation. The states i iI
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a Theatre Friday,. Saturday and Sundar../ ),
are: Colorado, Delaware, Idaho, | :nij.. I
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.. I Illinois Kentucky, '"
r Hampshire, New Mexico, Ohio ,I I lIeavy.heMf .J white: or yellow I
.. Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennes-! SPORTS AFIELDBY I bucktail lures, are very successfulfor I 4

I : I' see, Wyoming, Alsaka, California, a great any* .fish that are !
Y r Al Connecticut, Indiana and Mary I TED RESTING I II found in the upper section of Flor- j ji i

r J 1 I! The northern angler, who only 1 ida's Ten Thousand Islands. There jI I
o li land.The lures available in various color .
f"y/' I! G function of the Legislative occasionally fishes the warm wat- : are I
Commission, said Prentice, is to I: ers of Florida':. often confuses the !Ii combinations and weights to I ,

,jf/ I II I disseminate analytical information i redfish,. or channel bass, with the 'I match the action of any rod. A4 i r it this glad Christmastide, we wish .
1 ap I I about the proposed legislation ::red These two different to %-ounce bucktail can be hand
are I
snapper. for I
,9at' the of faith
CwJ you great gifts renewed and spirit
f 0 :; and to coordinate a cross species. The red snapper is I II led very nicely on an average- '
I CHRISTMAS oI GREETINGS section of committees in an edui.1 I[ usually abundant over the whole I II weight, 6 -foot, freshwater spinning i I uplifted by the joy and promise of His holy birth.

.. Ii i cation program between traded: 1 I Gulf of Mexico, where it isj! rod. For casting % to &-

1 ti associations. :'l 'I I I caught over the deep, offshore i ounce plugs, a heavier rod shouldbe COOPER'S LAUNDRY
1 Prentice said only in Florida, I'!banks. There are seasonal migra-i i used. In fishing this particulararea .:

: 'With grateful thanks to our friends I- Maryland and Virginia wash government tions of small red snappers, when of Florida's west coast, it KATHARINE AND CHARLES COOPER I _

for the pleasure and l privilege of serving you. participating in ; ;the ]I\ they apparently move from deep ]I II is a good idea to have two rods,
0
I, I II drive. In the other 16 states, he i I water toward the shore. I'' one for plugs and another for DORIS HOWARD

'. said, participation was strictlj The redfish is easily identifiedby 1 casting % ounce lures, says Ro- I .
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I through business trade associa- its more streamlined body and bert D. Mall, Salt-Water Fishing

LL.Bohannon:1 Q tions and the like. I one or two biack spots on the base I.i iI Editor of Sports. Afield Maga-

,, NEXT Part two of ,two} 1 I of its tail. It is fun to catch on : zine.
.1 i parts: Where the money comes I,spinning gear and will strike The inshore raters along tha
from, where it goes. :if' .moreartificial I. ; lures outer edge' of the mangrove covered .

...
-- r." islands of the Everglades are
... fairly shallow; the Geodetic Survey -
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f chart shows a depth ranging
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: .- from two toIl< !\tlf feet outside the

. : ;, t f' ; p. :' :. channels. The bottom formationoff

;1: Horse Key for 200 to 300
A1P'I yards are rocky, and the redfish
I are usually found feeding near

0 : : ii, 1 > : (- \i.ti.: ) the bottom between the rocks. This

: 'h. t. 'I, ,.... .,(<..I;,; '..:..,... .. ; < makes fishing somewhat difficult, ) ,p aiit1
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lure the where the
w.:.:. .-. .'t' ,. i 1 covers bottom
'it ';.. ', .. .,. I f fish seem to congregate. : 1f 1 6"f"e"z
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N' ., "" \: .tf.; -- i! will run, taking off line at a live
: 'i 1/ clip, aniJicai for deeper wat- 1J'f
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Arise mock
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w: ... .a { I Of the inflexible laws of nature;
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Must .we return again, from wishes for your joy and contentment at f
: I. '.. 1 whence it came.I .
was not aware of my own in- ;this happy holiday season. We greatly enjoy. i,
significanceIn
the .illimitable universe.I our pleasant business relations

Everything else in the picture on the preceding page was made entirely or ; could not evaluate time 'with you and hope that they may long ,
In terms of eternity.I .
partly of cellulose-one of nature's inexhaustible raw rr alerials. It grows. : .
: was mystified ;: :
'continue. To you, our most grateful thanks.
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: ? and it grows: abundantly. (Just see the hemlock on our Olympic Peninsula tree I By the miracle of birth <: [ .

: ''" ", farms.) With sound forest management, Rayonier continues to produce nearly By And the appalled cruel necessity o:/ death. io .

: 2 billion ,1 pounds of cellulose year after year, much of i ii, in our mills at Porte I. Yet, as I pause j( i.

\ Angeles and Hoquiam. Our customers in the United States and all over the To look hack upon life, ;I :

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6,000 other useful}, plentiful products. Take away the Rayonier cellulose? It By Which my the unsure mighty:groping hands;for of truth the! j:: ASSOCIATE STORE ;

would be almost as easy to take away the people! I Creator 'I
May have used to His purpose,
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Dear Santa Claus, -- -; --r Fern&ndina ..3rd'grade I News-Leader, Fern 1dina Beach, Florida-Thursday, December 26, 1963 Page Fifteen
: Please bring me a tool set, Dear Santa Claus,

Letters To Santa. army men, army trucks and a fire You are a good man.I .
engine.. would like to have this: Signs of ChristmasThe
Chad Anderson 1. A Kitten doll -
2. A soda fountain appearance of holiday decorations .w.

2344 South Fletcher Ave. Rt. 1 Box 66 December 17, 1963 J31JMarsha 3. A sit on pup on streets and in win- .-. -
dows of stores and homes is a
Fernandina Beach, Fla. FernandinaBeach Dear Santa Claus, Hadden 4. A golden crystal ball. I
December 9, 19C3) Fla, I think you are very jolly. Dear Santa Claus.I your friend, sure sign it's Christmas time. i
But there also other !
Dear Santa Claus, Dear Santa, Sometimes I wish Christmas was want nancynurse for Christ- Sherry Harrison are ways :
to tell that Christmas is not too
We're two little redheads, aged My name U Pam King I am 7 everyday.', These are some pres. as. And slippers, I would like an I
3 and 4, who both have birthdays :i years old, and I would like to ents I would like: little doll Please come and get Elem. School far away. You can count the days

before Christmas. We recently I: have a chatty carthir doll, 1 large A portable dial typewriter, a some cookies and milk. Did you Dear Santa Claus, until when Christmas on your fingers

moved from West Virginia, and I tea-set, for my sister and 1 car : million dollars. (sometimes all hear the news President Kennedyshot I would like a speedometer and :
don't even know the ZIP code I riage nurse-kit and magic sketch the money in the world) I would I Friday Nov. 22, 1963 June crash-mobile a pair of skates Department store clerks are
here yet. I Board, Mother has a bible for me like a bow and arrow set, a cow- the fourth 1956, Thine forever, white, camping set, train set, tent "extra" friendly and courteous. t.
For Christmas, Brenda wants a and thanking you for Readingthis boy suit a plane that really flies, God love! Hear us from Thy and any thing you want me to Strangers begin to smile and .
3-year-old size doll that walks. '! letter. Dear Santa and hoping four real turtles, a bat and ball, throne above: Thine forever maybe have, I know theres a lot of other speak to you on the street. I -
"Nappy" you will bring these things. and and some cars and trucks. Here and in eternity. I'm a people in the world that want Children never fail to say "sir"
dolls in a stroller. We also ) thanking )'ou again and a merry Very much love, good girl.I something and there a lot that and "ma'am." j' .u
wants some surprise toys and a Christmas Mark love you dont get anything at all I love I The grouchy neighbor across I
stocking full of 'candy and nuts. your lovein friend Steven words you Santa Claus. the street smiles and waves as .. ..

We love you Santa. Pam M Kingone Tomes Christmas your friend Paul Sapp you go by.Someone. I II

Brenda and Sincerely Sandra ,Bell purse* # Christmas Marsha .. *Age *8 I do the dishes.offers to help Mom I, 71zaHM $w A %a ibzlltL Ijean .'. ,

304 South 17Str.. Dec-6.1963 Mar&he : December 17, 1963 You find yourself suddenly feel.
Dear Santa, Clause. ing fine and looking at the world' M
Christmas Fernandina Beach Elem. School
Dec 9, 1963 Fernandina Beach, Fla.
Dear Santa, November 30, 1963 Please Santa. bring these toysif Marie Dear Santa Claus, through rose colored glasses. II

I want a new bike a vacum Dear Santa Claus, you can Christmas You are a jolly fellow. I want a CHUCK'S TV
form, a Tiger Joe, building bricks, Thankyou for the things that 1. Bonomi doll clothes. Haddem doll and a dress too. I want a bi- NAMING THE DAYAs "\

a Gaylord. I been a good boy andI you brought me last year. This 2. petitcellin Doll clouths cycle. a holy day and a holiday, ., f.
like you very much. I want my year I would like a racecar set 3. Barbie Bunk Bed Fern. Elem. School Yours truely, Christmas means both prayerful .' '".:' .
3 front teeth cause I already gota and a hunting knjfe. 4. princess doll Dear Santa Claus Debra Wallace worship and festive merry-mak i I
new one in da bottom. ThankyouSincerely 5. blue Barbie and Midge doll You are a very, very good manI ok ing. The holy meaning of the dayis i '" .. ,.

Love, Yours, case want a football suit, I want a Elem. School expressed in its name. j ; > .
Paul Puletti Wayne Du Bois 6. are c ordpl aye r Radio please Dear Santa Claus, I .
for my sister Judy and Name Barry McKendree Christmas is coming and for The Latin name for Christmas : i
I translates. as the Feast or Birth ,
brother PhilI Christmas I will like
friend Barry. a type .I .
hope every Body has a nice your* ok (writer) and book and Barbi doll day of Our Lord. The English I|I .
cristmas' and you too, Santa, and thats all I would like for Christmas means the Mass of .
n WE APPRECIATE I Beth Alday Elementary School Christmas. I love you Santa Claus.I Christ, a meaning which is close ..
Dear Santa Claus, ly paralleled by the Dutch "Ker i
# am 8 years old. I love Christ .
Even though you are very mis." In German it's "Weihnacht,"I, .
YOUR Christmas is favorite
BUSINESS
AND mas.
.d 304 South 17ih Street my
plump I like you. Youre alwaysso sacred .
or night. ;
I Fernandina Beach Fla. (time of the) year. .
Santa I would like
jolly. you
The French "Noel" has several : .
Your friend :
TRY HARD TO November 30th 1963 ,
to bring me a doll buggie and a .
Sylvia Jean Beugnet possible meanings news birthday t
I' Dear Santa Claus real and Delux Crib, .
piano a
"" I ":( '* or a "s shout of joy". Whatever .
y f PLEASE. set and bathinette anda
I This year would like a Tam Carriage a Fernandina Ele. School the exact origin, theie's no1! .
I my Doll and.a. Spinning wheel and : metal folding high-chair. Please Dear Santa Claus, question that Noel now means 1r
Holly Henderson, Mgr. a typewriter and a baby kitten. I'' bring me a set of luggage for my You are a jolly looking man. I Christmas. i .

wilt| try to save you some birth- doll and me. think you are very nice. For ..
_ day cake because my birthday is Love, Christmas. I would like a recorde .
ESSO SERVICE December the 7th. I hope you I Elaine Jones player. Also I would like a barbie i
have a nice Christmas and a hap '* 'tr doll. ;'"; .

629 S. 8th Street py New Year. Elementary School Your friend,
Thankyou Dear Santa Claus, Debbie Grace Thornton 9'VOU'B6 I IA
I Sincerely Yours, I think you are a jolly man andI ok I
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Kathy DuBois think its very nice to give us
December 17, 1963 .
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I toys. These are the things I would 0 Dear Santa Claus, .

I like. 1 I want a football and a suit. ..
:, 1. transistor radio
2 I was a good boy. .
j 12. record player .
3 I want a cowboy gun.I .
: 3. skeleton key to open all doors
Love
you.
4. stuffed lion Clayton Carter

6.5. doctor typewriter kit and bag Elem.-(: School* I i iea4s1U t tt

I These are all friend the things I want. Dear Santa Claus, I
Your
We are going to Georgia for
I Penelope Britton, age 8 I
Christmas. I think you are a jolly
2002 Highland St. man.

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to Santa Claus fromI Stephen
t May your home be bright
I HanKFiSHer
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{ .N with i joy.all through : Dear Santa Claus, Stanley Benner
\ December 17, 1963 107 N. 19th Street
e : % this most festive of i! Please bring mea Fernandina Eln. School

f | boat Dear Santa Claus,
holiday seasons. To all
I| a horse I hope you will Bring me some
I > t \ of our friends we a book of santa Clausan walky talkys and 1 ar '

i army suit with a toy guna ouM have a merry Christmas. MAYOR' AND MRS. E. J. JOHNSON JR.
tr r \wish the merriest Daisy B. B. gun me that _

1 Love Hank Fisher Your friend, I, -_
ever.
\Chri5tmas ... 6 Stanley Mac Benner .
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I luve you
Tony Brown
(Anthony chlan Brown.)
SEASON'S GREETINGS

Fernandina Elem. School j jT
Dear Santa Claus,
I would like a Combat set and a
football set and best of all I wold

like a Chemistry set.
1. With loveBobby
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':" ., the fruit and God punished them. 4Zj i -

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Fernandina elem. school Dec. 17, 1963 Elem. School, December\ 17 .1 hugs THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26th. :Room at 7:15 p.m... f t'r .
Dear Santa Claus, Dear Santa Claus, DEAR SANTA CLAus 00000000000000 Adult Ceramics Class in ,the Adult and Teens Ceramics in I
I wish I could kiss you. We Please bring me a wagon, army YOU ARE NICE. it Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m., Hank I the Ceramics Room at 7:30 p.m.,
might get to see you in Jackson suit, a transistor radio and -lita I want a watch,. DEAR SANTA I Dear Santa' Sides Instr. !::Hank.SidesInstrr -
ville. I never get to see you. I tle truck in th army. CLAUS. ,I want some' boots and I Please bring me a blue byckle 'Men and Boys' Health Club in ; Island Squares. Club in the. \ k
love I With want a cow girl suit too. dear and a Tumbelina. I also want a !
just you. hope you see our the Health Club Room, day and I Auditorium at 7:30 p.m."
Christmas: tree. It's in the living love Santa, I want some books and blue electric blanket. We will evening. I ,Men and (Boys' ,Health Club in
room' add we will not lock the Don Heafner some horses, too. And I \yant a leave you some Santa Claus cookies Teen Club in the Game Room 'the Health Club Room! day and
door. You can't go throu The 1l # Barby doll dear Santa. .I want a and milk. at '7:30 p.m. I evening
ChTnJh. Any way, you would Ray Smith cow girl hat and .I want The newborn ''I' Your friend, Donna 'Ragan FRIDAY, .DECEMBER 27th. 'TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31st.
burn yourself because the heater Dec, 17, 1963Fernandina baby and I want some guns, Sub-Teen Club in the GameRoom I ,
Club Dance in
will be Elm School too and I want so me swings and I Terpschorean
by!lots on. and lots of love. Don- Dear Santa Claus, some Brushes end combs too. I I JlolidayRecips College at 7:15 Party pm.in the Conference the 'Auditorium at 9:30 p.m. I
Teen Club in the Game Room
ald Wilder 1008 N. 15th Street 1. Santa Claus, I would like to went a BiBle and I want some Room at 7:00 .
p.m.
.. have a red bicycle! and a socks and some new Bed spreadsand (Furnished courtesy Nassau County I at 7:30 p.m. I
Men Health Club in !
# and Boys'
I' Hank Sides, Instr.
shoes and I Home Demonstration Agent Mary I
2. football suit and. a "zoom"football I want some
"fern ldina Elem School l shoe. want a new room and I want a Harrison) the Health Club Room, day and I Ievemr.g. Men and Boys' Health Club in We take' this opportunity to extend warmest

Dear Santa Qlaus, '* '* brum and I want a Television! andI I RUM BALLS SATURDAY. DECEMBER 28th. the Health Club Ropra, day and wishes 'to our many friends. Hope you are
Mr. Santa, please bring me a Fernandina Elem. School want a new dresser drarwer. I 1 cup crushed vanilla wafers ,evening.; 1
in Room
Teen Club the Game !
bicycle and a set of besteks. And Dear Santa Claues, want a record player and .I wanta 1 cup confectioners' sugar at 7:30 WEDNESDAY, .JANUARY 1st. heading for the happiest holiday.season ever!
please bring my mother a sur That bicycil that I wanted. I Transistor- -- radio and record. 1-% cups finely chopped nuts and p.mMen Boys' Health Cub in I NEW Y AR'S DAY :- CEN--
prs'of{ Christmas. I have been Your friend 2 teaspoons I I FER CLOSED
cocoa
just want one built for one. I the Health Club Room, day andevening. I'
studying in school. And please want a play talking horse. Linda Faye Thornton 2 tablespoons light corn ,syrup 'THURSDAY, JANUARY 2nd.
bring 'me Barbie and Clothes. Your friend 1-4' U cup light rum or 3 .tablespoons DECEMBER 29th. I Adult Ceramics Class in the ATLANTIC STORES INC.
SUNpAY
Please bring me a dog for Christ- Cynthia Allan, again Elem. School cream and 1 tablespoon I Lutheran Church Meeting in Ceramics; Room at 3:30: p.m. ,

mas.. '* December 17, 1963 urn flavoring the Conference Room at 11:00 a.m. I ]lank[ Sides, Instr. P. L. Pappas
Your friend, 1. Combine fine crumbs confecloners' I
: ,
Elem. School Dear Santa Claus, 'MONDAY, DECEMBER 30th. I' Adult Ballroom Dance Class in
Joann Boyett December 17, 19C3 I think you are a nice ,man andI sugar, nuts and cocoa. j Ceramics (age 9-11)) in the I he Auditorium. at .8:00 pan., 3r.} I
'" 2. Add and and --- - -- -
Dear Santa Claus, I like a bike' am looking forward to Christmas corn syrup rum I Ceramics Room at 3:30: p.m., Hank
Eve. Santa, I will be at wy I nix well. I
Dear Santa, for Christmas and. Sides, Instr.
3. Form into balls about in
0/-1"
Ypar.a.: nice jolly fellow, We havea I f like to have a B, B, gun and. Grandmother's house on Christmas I Sub Teen Club in. the Game F
new baby sister. Her name i b I like to have tn airplane that so come there; And, Santa, C liameter.
Jeanne this is what I would. like for 4. Roll balls in chopped nuts pr I
Allyson Flenniken. She runs By Batteries.my ion two, Martin one, Monroe two, ,
ranulated and <
joined :us December 4, 10G3 Till friende, Santa: Clause. Christmas! I would like a Tam-I sugar serve as an 1vered' I Nassau one, Okaloosa three, .Okeechobee '
mbakcd Store in
with 5 outfits here ate 1 1 cooky. a tightly
her stocking with rubber to5.Don't f rcm Jonathan Williams my doll
I Orange five, Osceola
one
_
container. Yields 5 dozen.
give her hard toys. We if the outfits. Her underwear out << ) three and Palm Beach eight. I f> ;

think ahe is a nice sweet baby. Dear Santa, fit, Cuty Co Ed Sweater girl, HAM SLAW Pasco three, ;Pinellas ,four, Polk
Charles and I have been doll Walk her pet, and her!! Cheerieader. -
good Please bring me a bride
St Johns St. Luqie
tjiree, one,
}
diced cooked ham I
2 to 3
I would like for her .hair cups !
And
boys. with a white dress. I also want & 2 two, Sarasota three, Seminole two
Signed Ted and Charles Flen! Password game and a pair: of to be blond if you can. And eggs and 'Volusia. four ) ,
.. niken skates. I Jumping shoes or either ante 2 tablespoons sugar I \ : k

,.. 'GOI Ash StFernandina Your friend, ; skates. Santa, see if you can guess \\k teaspoon salt .Ez Tike's spn is' an optimist i : ., r
+ Beach, Fla. Annette Ragan this riddle, .0. .K.! What .aboveOLDFASHIONED 1A teaspoon pepper He went looking for ap part-I t V
1-3 cup vinegar -/
--- --- ment with ,a saxophone ;iI'

........, 1-3 cup water I ;arm. i > \ rra..v.
3 cups coarsely chopped cabbage

i 1 medium carrot, thinly sliced .. .. f fYou
% cup chopped green pepper
D 1A cup chopped onion Can Help I .
I Beat eggs. Add sugar, salt, pepper

iIr I vinegar and water. Cook slow Save Lives i.
ly, stirring constantly, until mixture I AY
thickens slightly about 2 to 3 Respiratory diseases are: I
minutes. Chill. Combine ham, cabbage the fourth leading cause

carrot, green pepper and on I ,of,death, \ in the U. S. II
ion. Add dressing and toss .togeth Your Christmas Seal

.T er lightly. Serve in lettuce or capbagelined I dollars, .
control
,
help respiratory I Y 9
r'+ .M av
k t salad bowl. 6 servings.
I' diseases (sicknesses I

SAUSAGEEGGPLANTCASSEROLE '0'' of breathing) .. vvjpy
I' J.

I II 1 pound pork sausage, links Answer.letter your today ChristmasSeal i! cusrgq'

II 2 tablespoons water I

I 1 medium ,eggplant (about U!* :'.

- pound I I ufere comes Santa'Claus,with a pack full of cordial wishes
I
i 1 cup water ,
fYv ,1 teaspoon salt 110 i o I for a Christmas thatbrings the best of everything to yoiiHI

'' }chopped onion 'ij I __ ..t.1' _..: -" '.
1t' ,:$' Christmas sentiments coming to 1 cup coarse dry bread crumbs ... t----- :- .

i you with sincere gratitude for your kind patronage. I 2 tablespoons butter or margarine : GainING' ,
V : FASHION DEPARTMENT STORE

1 can ((16 ounces) tomatoes Fight
..: .: Gordon Automotive Service 'i4% cup teaspoon dry bread pepper crumbs Respiratory .Diseases; FERNANDINA 1J2 .ATLANTIC BEACH AVENUE, FLORIDA'

3 Parmesan cheese
tablespoon _.... ....
,Place sausage links and 2 tablespoons --- _p .n. __.___----u-- __ __ -- __ ---
4' 3fP'c.., > p< ._ .. water in cold frying-pan. (
Cover tightly and cook slowly for: ,
r i 5 minutes. Peel eggplant and cut
into %-inch cubes. Cook for ,10'
minutes in 1 cup water seasoned .
I with 1 teaspoon salt. Drain.
)
Brown; onion lightly in butter or' .
N '( j i margarine. Combine eggplant, ,on- I V
WE WANT TO WISH YOU ALL ion, 1 cup crumbs, tomatoes and
: pepper. Place in bottom of a !
j\ greased 1%-quart casserole. Com :
bine 1A cup crumbs and Parmesan i r
e A cheese and sprinkle over top. i I
Arrange sausage links on top.
Bake in a moderate oven ((350 .degrees -
F.) for 30 to 35 minutes or''

i j until\ sausage are browned. 4 .
; servings. .h. W.V..
t .. ; y' .
4.ilia'
SALAD r
$ GRAPKFRUIT-SHR1MP

;,, 1 cup grapefruit section, cut in r
pieces ;
!
1 1-3 cup cucumber, diced

: 1, 1-3 1 cup cup shrimp mayonnaise, cut in pieces. j l I :.:

1j 1 i %lettuce cup ,celery pimento, diced' j I II IIi :

I Add ingredients in order given.
I
I Chill in refrigerator and serve on
crisp lettuce. Garnish with small !r
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r t 'y ,, S 1 > '
.t sixservings.
pimento strips. This makes ,
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Crashes In Florida I II I "l I I y" ..

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During Novembert: ; g txtwuhJ1iJ\ :E .

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I TALLAHASSEE One hundred i

: and eighteen persons ,died I| b'L
as a result of traffic crashes on ,: ,
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of Flor-
the streets and highways i( T.
ida last month the Florida High ,
way Patrol said today. ,
y
Patrol Comdr. H. N. Kirkman I Y Y
warned motorists that "we have
laff.
r entered the 1963 holiday traffic

rush which could send our fatality .... ,
ML
Ilwr'y., ,rye. x :I total to a staggering final ''un- -- :::::: ,.w
J less one drives to observethe ; _
i every .
the Yuletide, oate ofn 1 ; ; ,
'laws of the highways. V

.., .. Col. Kirkman said that every ,' ,. cur greatest pleasures is ..

kf the available'highways Trooper and will be around kept the on : to greet t our many good f' .i

ND TO EXPRESS OUR. SINCEREr + I clock vigils will be the watchword I' ; friends with mm:wishes V

r. i, to save lives, but declared: ,Air- 1 foraswjonnthinthequielpestejfflwmter s! t -
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planes and troopers observing on 1
!. GRATITUDE FOR GIVING US TIE I:' the roads below "will be of Ijmit-{ \. | g '
ed .effect unless we get the coop- r-
: OPPORTUNITY S RVE YOU. :I I eration of YOU the driver." I I 1 Iffljdf.ope..the ) r R,.

Here's the way the death score ';I II i r jubnanJJQf of clinging T .. $5
I shaped up in the state, county-1! *
: by-county, in November: !t .J. .'. ,hlL And may oil! the .
e+ Alachua two, Baker one, Bay
,
#! happiness of ChristB ie 1.S.TANDARD.
,. : four, Brevard two, Bro"ardt i! yours .
three; Citrus two, Collier \one, i iI ;
Dade 12, DeSoto one, Dixie tone,i iI ,
''Duval six, Eseambia Eight, gad: i
'sden two, Gulf two and Hardee HARDWARE CO.V
BEACHSUPPLY '
two. I
irestone ;
L. Hendry one, Highlands ,two, '
Hillsborough seven, Holmes tree, ,
I 2ND AND ALACHUA'STREETS ,/ JJfI 11.,
.. Jackson one, Lake one, Leon one,

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THREE BEDROOMS, 2 baths,
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breakfast nook, dining room, I WANTEDWANTED I Too Late T / Sales And Use Tax

WANT AD RATES large family room, cedar lined Classify

storage room, large double garage I
TO BUY used Collections Rise"During
word minimum good In
.05 .75
per 5 covered patio. Lot 136 x 194. BY RUSSELL 'KAY
Card of Thanks Resolutions I I trumpet. Harry Poole, 261-
1803 Beech St. Phone 2614167.tfc. fThehfl. I
and Similar Notice* I IptI' 3601 or 2613805. tIc : Most of us are inclined to I on it she would lose it.

word think! of prophecy as related to I Let's look at her record as ,described November
43 $LOO minimum
.
NICE, LARGE LOTS for sale. PUBLIC NOTICE Bible Times. While the Good in Jess Stern's book, "The

Cal 261-3686, or 261-3687 Good terms. One quarter mile IV TilE COUNTY. JlDOE'S COURT Book tells us that all events are I Door to the Future," published by TALLAHASSEE J. Ed.

or place ad at ,office South of Five Points on AmeliaRd. IV AND FOR NASSAU COC : foreshadowed and we are familiar Doubleday & Company. Stern is Straughn, Director of the Florida

511 Ash Street Call 261-5421 tfc LV FLORIDA RE: ESTATE OF "T\"j. :. with the quotation, "Coming no crackpot He is a feature i Revenue Commission, said today

EMM NAUEL SUHRER. deceased. events cast their shadows before", writer for the New York Daily I that November sales and use tax

I ISOTICE TO CREDITORS Christmas! we find it difficult to accept the News and a former associate editor collections totaled 18,258,955, an
FOR RENT !i) all creditors and all persons have j
FORSALE tot claims er demands against said C fact that anyone might be able to I of Newsweek Magazine. He increase of 24.26 per cent, or $3-;

estate. foretell the future. unmasked the "Mad Bomber" in 565,405 over the same month last
You and each of
FURNISHED efficiency .apartment -.;notified and required you.to present are hereby any While seers in the twentieth I 195 and disclosed the recent year.

SEIGLER OIL CIRCULATINGheater on beach. Phone 261-4944 ',claims arid demands which you, or Century are classed with Gypsy payola scandal. "This improvement in collectknis

fully automatic. 50,000 after 5. tIc either of you. may have against the fortune tellers and science I "
laughs
I estate of EMMA NAGEL SUHRERII He tells us that Mrs. Dixon most encouraging, Straughnsaid.

BTU. $195.00. Call 2614851 -, i j i 'deceased.. late of Nassau County, them off as do most of us, occasionally -:has predicted the outcome of "We are beginning now"tor
after 5, tIe :SMALL HOUSE, furnished. On Florida to the Hon. J. E. Weather- to
p.m. something happens the full results
national election for the expected
get nearer
Atlantic fordS County, Judge of Nassau County, I every
I I Ave. across from Keystone County Courthouse in FernarrdmaHeach : cause us to question those hidden last 20 years. She predicted such from the expansion of the.

FOR SALE Gifts and morel I Hotel. Phone 2614689. I : Nassau Ccunty Florida within powers we do not understand. events as the death of Chief Just sales tax law by the 1908 legis
gifts for Christmas at I tfc cue months from the date of. the first !! '
giving, I I publication of this notice. ''Few people know that the deathor : ice ,Frank Murphy, 'Dag Ham- lature."
Robison Jewelry Company tfc I Each claim or demand must be in 4PUBLIC assassination of President
of the United Nations satisfactory
I TRAILER SPACE, near O'Neal :writing and must state the place of I marskjold "Compliance is still not
I
PIXIE DOLLS with real hair, and '!I Large lot; plent room for chil'residence and post-office address of Kennedy was foretold many the revolution in Brazil, the Korean in certain aspects, but ,,'e'

other novelties. Handmade. Call I dren. Phone 2614423. tlc the claimant and must be sworn toby months ago The !prophecy 'was War and stalemate, ,Russia's are working 'on these oraiss1oH
the claimant, his his %
j ------ -- I agent or published in ,Parade Magazine putting the first satellite ip I of the
space A 'vast majority taxpayershave
261-5421 or come to house attorney, or it will become. void according I
Five Point next to Gulf Station ati I I ALEXANDER APTS. to law. I and in Fate Magazine as well as and at the personal request of I been most cooperative, for
..
I i MODERN FURNISHED APARTMENT Each creditor shall deliver suffi. but paid "
no one "
some newspapers the late Franklin D. 'Roosevelt I whichve grateful.
,
enable are
tfc cient copies of his claim to
mmm 11v I 337 N. ,Fletcher. Hot the County Judge to mail bne to each much attention to ,it. Why should I predicted his death and told him Collections for the current fiscal

CHIHUAHUA! PUPPIES regis.I I water furnished.: $CO month year I personal Dated. representa December17.i v AD."; 1063. they? Who has 'time for such how much ,time he had left ,to period total $85,226,351, an"in*,

tered. Call 261. 341' or 261.1 round. Apply Apt 1. Phone I JAMES HARTMAN, SUHRERAs nonsense? I complete his work. I crease of $12,525,9, or 17.22"per*'

5186. tfc I: 2614525. tfc Executor .of,Uie Lest Will !IHowever, facts are hard to ,refute I She has been consulted by such cent over the same period last
i I-- and Testamentfof/i f' and Washington D. C. .
.: '
EMMA NAIJEL .,: de celebrities as Winston ,Churchill, year. :
I FOUR ROOM downstairs fur .
i has been making -
FLEXALUM CUSTOM
MADE ceased. an amazing woman Estes Kefauver, and Everett Calendar year collections fotal
nished
Phone 261-
Venetian blinds measured and apartment First publication: December 19, predictions for
many years
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1963 I Dirkson. $188,318,068, up $16,403,983, or
4645. tIc
installed.! Wide of colors. I I 0 and in practically case they
range Larkin, Lewis &: Decker Attys.4t every so-called she 9.54 per cent over last calendar
Unlike most
I 12-19. 26. 12. 9 I seers
PORTER &: LOVEQUIST Color APARTMENT FURNISHED, 2 have come true. period.
Center. Phone 2Gl 0G8. tIc I I ,She is known the Capital does not go into a trance, information
as wholesale.sporting
bedrooms, private entrance, PUBLIC I NOTICE Charles D. Hagan The five per cent *
I I Seer and her ability to foresee I seems to come to her
Phone 2614227. tlc tax collections for
goods
garage. I IV THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH ,
REMNANTVINYL ACCOLONin ,I NOTICE IS HEREBY'mVEN that J'DICI\L CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR Reports For DutyAt the future is uncanny. Her name from out of the blue. As an example November totaled $71,427, an in-.
stock. 9 ft. width. $1.65 sq. an order dated December 5. 1963 has NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN frankly she seated in Holly
she
bedroom I is Jane Dixon and will was a *
I[ UNFURNISHED, one I of $4,234 030 cent
been issued by the undersigned authorizing CHANCERY PatuxentRiver crease or per
yd. Porter & Lovequist Color I home. Conveniently located. $30 I.' the name of the (rig) Cas NO. 2160hARLEY I tell you that she does not know [wood beauty parlor when she over October 1963. Collections for*,

Center. Ph. 2613068. tIe I I i month. Phone 261-4109 tIe L'crew (name) PATSIDOL official ROWE, joined by from whence her power to zee I heard a woman in the next seat the current fiscal total
I number 289.791 owned by WARRENJ. MINNIE ROWE, his Wife, Patuxent River, Md. (FHTNC) year
comes she has state that she was planning an
I BAKER of which FERNANDINA the future or why *
Plaintiffs $212,953.
,
40 HP ELECTRIC start Johnsnn! Charles D. I
Hagan
FLA. is the home to seaman apprentice She did not know
I FOR WINTER beach rentals, call liEACH.: port vs been blessed with this strange airplane trip. November gasoline tax roller-
outboard motor run only 3 I be cnarf ed to TAMARA SUE. HEIRS OF JOSEPH ELAM ROWE, USN, son of Mr. and but she lean.
who the
W. I. McCranie, 2614642. tfc gift. I I; 'person was, which
THOMAS o.i HALL tions totaled $11,325,154
deceased,
Mrs. Oscar of 2
hours. $395. can be' financed. I Hagan 'Route ,
Deputy Collector of Customsin ed over to''touch her arm and
Defendants. socialite and
She is a wealthy was an increase of $455,246 overj:
Mr. Connelly, 2615751. tIc SIX ROOM, downstairs, beach Charge NOTICE OF SUIT recently reported for duty at the urged "Do not make that trip."
__ I Port of Fernandina business woman and while she November 1962. ..
duplex. Unfurnished. Ph. 261- Beach The State of Florida Naval Air 'Station, Patuxent 'River ,
NOTICE: ONLY Four more shop. Florida. TO: M. II. Rhiite Esquire Md. makes her ,predictions as the in. TKe lady was the unfortunate C
days until Christmas I II 3118. tIc 4t 1212. 19. 26 1-2 Committee for Henry Parmenter formation to ,her she will Carol Lombard who did not heed --- -- t
ping comes
Patuxent River is air test
,
also known as Henry Ernie Par an
just enough time to select a''I FURNISHED APT. % block PUBLIC ,NOTICENOTICE menter. center for the Naval Missile Cen not accept an money for her ser I her warning and ,was killed in a dained could our knowledge of!

gift of lasting beauty for every. :.I ,of Post Office. :Private entrance, TO CREDITORS New 125 West York 40th 18, N.Street.Y. ter. The station assists civilian vices and -states that she believes plane crash. them in advance enable us to*

one on your list, at Robisons. electric kitchen. 314 Alachua. FLORIDA ATUTES You are hereby notified that a suit contractors during research and I her gift was given for the wel.!t All this leads us to wonder if avoid the danger? Fatalists 8nV-

tIc I Phone 26J-5186 or 2614341. tIc IN THE COURT OF\\ THE COUNTY has been filed against you in the development of, flight tests. j fare of mankind and she contends knowledge of future events could I no but suppose Carol Lombard: ,*.

(, JUDGE, NASS.\U'.eoU"* IY, FLORIDA above are hereby entitled required cause;to and file that your you an I that if she tried to commercialize be 'helpful. If events are preor- had not taken that plane? fl
BEDROOM 1 bath IN PR015ATE.
THREE %
.
NICE THREE BEDROOM unfurnished swer with the Clerk of this Court,
home. $13,500 with $500 down, home at Five Points. In WILLIAM're: Estate CLARK of OWEN Deceased. and to serve a copy thereof upon the TRIMMING TREES PUBLIC NOTICE' t

$90 month. Not a project I Call '261-5421. tie To All Creditors and Persons Having plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney whose Trimmed Christmas trees first ,
I Claims or ,Demands. Against Said Es. name and address is: :NOTICE OF .COMPLETION OF ASSESSMENT ROtL FOR PAVIN1 OP STREETS ON THE .NORTII. SIDE,
'trtr tate: A. M. Crabtree. Jr. appeared in the United States, ,A"D O* THV I1'U1'HIInE'OF:- AMI STREET BETWEEN SECOND STREET AND SOUTH FRONT STPF.FT %
ONLY $7,350 BUYS neat, three FOUR ROOM unfurnished apart I You and each of you are hereby Suite 104 Baymar Building, probably during; the American 'AS AUTHORIZED HY RFSQLUTtOV "O. 31* A OPT D.,BY THE CITY COMMIsc"ON OF TilE CITY OF FER- .
Jacksonville 2, Florida
bedroom home outside town. 'ment-at.beaeh. ,$55 year round. notified and required to present any NANDINA HEACH. JLORIDA. ON TaE THIRTEENTH DAY OP FEKRUARY 1963. ,
I not later than 1964.
January 3. Revolution. Hessian soldiers with
claims and demands which you. or Notice is hereby riven to all persns interested that the Assessment Roll for Street construction on the Nnth t
Chain link fence. Nothing downto Call 261-4602. Us I either of you. may have against the I fesso If you fail to do so, decree pro con. the I British forces started the' side and on the South side of Ash 'Street ,between Second Street and South Front ,has been completed and that k
for
Veteran. I estate of William ,Clark Owen deceased will be served against you :liens will be claimed.therefore against the abutting property esoeeully benefitted to the extent of tl.38122! : All
relieve their ,
ONE 'BEDROOM and two bedroom late of said County. to the the relief demanded in the complaint.The practice to nostalgiafor ,such special assessments will be payable in cash sixty days after final approval and.confirm tion of the..Assessment
furnished County Judge of Nassau CourTly.I I nature of said suit being for their homeland.An Roll by the City 'Commission or at pie option of the owners of the abutting property especially' benefitted ,
iWO BEDROOM cottage in town. apartments.North Florida. at his office in the court house partition of Real Property situate in early diary, written at Fort. .in three (3)) annual installment, the first installment will be due and payable ninety days after final approval
I FJ tcf1er. Year, round of said Courrty at Fernandina Beach I I Nassau County Florida described as' and confirmation of the Assessment Roll by the City CDmmission; such installments to bear interest at the r Corner lot. Just $2,200. rent. Ph. 2613595. 'tIc I[ Florida within six calendar months follows: of Dearborn, ,111., in 1804 relates the of 6 per tent per aanura. Beginning sixty days after final approval and confirmation of the Assessment Roll by *
Parcel No.1: That part the C.
[from the time of the first publication I practice of trimming the Christ.' the City Commission. *
Section TO11ship
I Griffith: Irart in 38 -
two ( of this notice. Each claim or demand' Notice is also ,given to all persons interested that the City Commission of the City of ernandina Reach, *
BEDROOM
THREE masonry, BEACH APARTMENTS year shall be in writing, and shall state' 2 North. Range 23 East of mas tree with ornaments of the Florida, will sit as an Equalizing Bond to hear complaints with reference tq said assessments on the 8th dry *
baths, family room. 1600 square round. $35-$55 month, furn'sh-' I the place of residence aed pest office I II the Tallahassee Meridian, described time. of January. A.D., '1964. irt the City Conmhsion: Meeting Room City'Hall at 7:30 PM. O'clock, and '..at-uid.
as followsBeginning at a cypress Roll and assessments will be finally corrected, if approved and confirmed by the said ill
feet. Beautiful lot at Five I address of the claimant. and shall be Assessment necessary
ed, electricity included. Ph. tree marked x. c. as described -
I the claimant his Commission on this date.
I sworn to by agent 'City .
Points* $13,500 to Veteran with 261-5445. tIc or and such claim or in the Government field PUBLIC NOTICE
attorney any STREETS ASSESSMENT
notes as the Northeast corner of
low down payment. I demand Anita not Patricia so (iled Owen shall be Hall void. I said Grant. thence North 70 degrees IV TilE ,CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH I I OWNER OF :PROPERTY BLOCK LOT FOOTAGE ,PER ,FOOT TOTAs.'Seaboard J

6 DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT As executor of the.'Last Will and West alory the Northerlyline JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IV AND FOR: Airtine"RaUroad 268 16. 17 & IS 150' 3.0716 400 'J.Ir
ONLY $350 DOWN $63.50 a en furnish! cd. Corner 4th and Testament of > >i jl of said irant.: 1227 feet to NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN r :i Mrs. Rachel 'lru.1i: 268 10. 20 &: 21 1S' 3,0716 2JO.J7! ,
set said line
lightwood post in
month buys small three bed. Calhoun across street from William Clark Owen. deceased thence South 20 degrees West; CIUNCERY. Case No. 27M.FFRN4VDIVA If'ernandin1 Coea Cola, :30..31. 32, 3.1. 14 & .
FEDERAL SAVINCiSAND
I First publication December 12, 19C3. Bottling Company 211 'DastlO' bUd 'Its' J.o'll8 SOUl .
1320( feet to thence ..
lightwood
room two bath home. Pan. Fchool St. Joseph's Academy. Thos. J, Jr., Atty, post LOAN ASSOCIATION, a corporation
Shave
I ,r< South 70 degrees East 1300 feet to ''Seaboard'Airline, Railroad, 2'11 West 60' of I 60' 30718 1114.30
eled living room. Fire place. rhone 261-4200 or 2613800. tic 4t 1212. 19. 26. 12 a hghtwood.post. set in the_East Plaintiff,, :CITY OF RERNANDINA blEACh a
line of said claim: thence North vs. IW: !>AVID M. ClATC'lIEL .
ONE FURNISHED unfinished PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE I 20 degrees East 1327 ft.st to cypress W. B. KifTRELL and DOROTHY VKITTRELL. City Manager. City Auditor anti Clerk
John T. Ferreira & Son one .
tree and place of begining. husband and wife, I 2t 12,19 25
log Atlantic Ate. Phone 2G15571FOREST apartment, oceansid FOR KIDS Parcel No. 2: The South one.half Defendants. .
Year round. 126 S. Fletcher. The Board of) County Commission.I of Lot 1. or the Southeast Quarterof NOTICE OF SUIT -.
ers of Nassau County Florida, invite the Northeast Quarter of Section TIlE STATE OF FLORIDA I
_ HILLS Phone 2613138. ifc sealed bids for furnishing all labor 11. Township 2 North. Range II TO W. I!. Kittrell and Dorothy v.1
tfO'i' Stanley Drive -.. 3 bedrooms, --- -- and materials for the construction of I 23 East. Kittrell. husband and wife,
UPPER IiECK APIS. i "County Building" on County proper. Parcel No.3: Lot 8. Section 11, c/o Mrs. Daisey Reeves I'
living room, kitchen, dining I ty at Yulee. Florida. according to Towrship 2 North Range 23 East. Route 1. Box 54
room, utility room. Hardwood ly furnished comp1ete-1. plans and specifications on file in the I Witness my hand and the seal of Osborn South Carolina. ION16r-I'IIII71i I IInDt
floors. FHA $11,000. $350 I i Phone 2C1-3118. !. office of said Commission said Court at rernandna Reach: You and each cf you are hereby
I tIe1 I II I Copy of plans and specifications Honda this 5th day of December, Ratified: that a suit has been filed '
down, no closing! costs. may;: be obtained by contacting D 0. I A D. 19G3. ag.1inst'OU in the above entitled ,,
-if .I I TWO ROOM furnished apartment I Oxley. Clerk to Hoard County Com. (SEAL5/ D. 0. OXLEYD. cause: and that you are hereby ,required ''
missior'TS. Room 10. County Court. 0 Oxley, to file your answer with the
FIVE POINTS I I I I hou e. Fernandina Beach Florida. Clerk of the Circuit Court Clerk of the Circuit Court. and to
SHADED CORNER lot, 3 bed- '* '* '* I Sealed bids shoald be submitted to Roard: County Commissioners c/o D. tiff or Plaintiffs attorney, whose
THREE ROOM furnished II
and:
den with garage
rooms, carpet 0. Oxley: Clerk Room 10, County, name and address is:
drapes, 2 baths. $8,453ith:>> i h apartment. Courthouse. Fernandina Beach Flor. PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE Herbert Wm. Fishier
ida, not Liter than 7:30 o'clock P.Mon 2151z Atlantic Avenue
New '
$750 down, $57 month. i I H I I
January 6th. 1964, and marked FOR KIDS Fernandina ,Reach. Florida. ht
well and pump. NICE, TWO bedroom house, un I' "Rid for constructing County Build. The Board of County Commissioners rot later than January 6. 1954
it & & I furnished. I irj at Yulee, at which same will be of Nassau County, Florida invite If you fail to do so. decree pro con- I IGet
'* :'opened, read tabulated and consid.I sealed bids for One Automatic Copier i fesso will be entered against you for
SOS CEDAR
erect according to specifications as I the relief demanded in the complaint ,
Five bedroom, two story frame 11. F. SAi1L: A. Rid.Bond or Cashiers check in follows: The nature of said suit being for t
home. $4,500.PETE PRONE 261.3221MISCELLANEOUS amount of 5 percent-j5cr must accompany One automatic copier, projectiontype i foreclosure of mortgage on the follow I
each andeverxbid. capable of making high quality log described property situated in the !
INGRAM, SalesmanL The Hoard resef'c'tc.&ight! to reject photo copies both negative and I City of Fernandina Beach. Nassau
or all bids:fyM 1 and to X 14"
any positive up 84" County Florida. to-wit:
L Bohannon, Broker I Dated this 11th day/'of j December. with variable wind down from 54 The following described lands sit
13 North 4th Phone 261.5269 A. D.. 1963. ,."/W( to 14", Will copy from side ope* uate lit the City of Fernandina NOW
Jim ThOmas. Chairman ing and end opening binders Reach (formerly City ,of Fernan Ready
QUAIL dressed. $1.00 each.' Hoard of Count$1brnissioners makes one to five hundred copiesin dina), Nassau County Florida, and
LET ALCOHOLICS ANONY. Nassau County Florida. less than nine seconds each. known and described on the official __ _
WITH
Ph. 261-4983 or 261.524. tfe MOUS help with your drinking Attest: Exposing. winding and procssitfg plats of said City (as lithographed "'
D. 0. Oxley, Clerk is automatically controlled. and issued .by the rlor-
FOR SALE OR RENT problem. Write Box 338, 12-19, 26. 1.2 Sealed bids should be submitted to ida Railroad I Company in 1E57 I I
City or Phone Jax. El 6-7700. I" Roard County Commissioners c/o II and enlarged revised and reissued THERMOLAIRE I
HOMES[ IN Five Points area. No tic PUBLIC NOTICEIV D. O Oxley Clerk Room 10. County. by Th. Florida Town Improvement -
down payment $62 month. One Courthouse. Fernandina Beach Florida Company in 1387 and 1901)as
TilE COURT OF TilE FOURTH not later than 7:30 o'clock P.M.. .the North Half 'IN( ',) of LetTwo
month free. Renovated inside FLOOR SANDING) and refmish JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE: on January 6th. 1964. and marked ((2) in mock One Hundredand iiMIllhi'1 GAS HEATER
and out Phone 201-54'9 after STATE OF 1LORIDA IV AND "Rid: for Automatic Copier", at which Forty (140)).
ing. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson.
FOR NASSAU COUNTY. LV CHAN time same will be opened read, tab "
I WITNESS hand and seal of said
C. tfc Phone 2614609. tIe CERY. Case No. 2712 ulated artJ considered. my
In Re: Petition of Cecil Law ton The Board reserves the right to Court at the City of Fernandina II1 You get all the best features in
I Beach Nassau County Florida this
RED CEDAR, living Christmastrees. PERSONALS Dear Santa Hodge and Vtlma IS. Hodje his wife, reject any or all bids. 2nd day of December. 1963.! r-

.50c foot Select your. Just a final: reminder to help- II for Dillard the a adoption minor. of Barbara Loraine: A.Dated D., 1963.this 11th day of December 1, (WEAL) /s/ D. O OXLEY the Thermolaire of your choice.

own. On 200 at Yulee. W. H. you remember to go to Robi NOTICE OF ADOPTION Hoard of County CommissionersJim Clerk of the Circuit D 0. Court Oxley
PROCEEDINGSLV / Thomas Chairman
Flood. D26c sons and pick out that watch I TilE NAME OF THE STATE OF Nassau County Florida. Nassau Ftrnandma County.Beach r I
LORIDA: Attest
for me. Signed You know Florida.
TURKEYS Alive dressed. .
or TO: UILLLiM FRANKLIN DILLARD D. 0. Oxley Clerk
who! tic BEAUTY
Turkey Shoot at Nassau Tavern Fitzgerald Georgia 3t 1219. 26. 1-2 ECONOMY

each Friday, Saturday afternoon -- You tie hereby notified that the low cost plus certified heater '. Thermolaire heater is
I WILL KEEP CHILDREN in above named Petitioners have filed a PUBLIC NOTICE your

'til Xmas. 3 p.m. until my home day or week. Call copy Petition1 of in which the is above hereto styled attached-Court. for a PUBLIC NOTICE K THE COUNTY JUDGE'S ,COURT performance that converts every styled like fine furniture with
8 Sponsored Nassau ,LV AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
p.m. by
2619046. After 4 Call
261-
p.m. the adaption of the minor child nam.
NOTICE CREDITORS FLORIDA bit 'Of into attractive saddle brown finish to
TO
body warming
Meat Packers. tfc 4775 Mrs. Mary Fullard. ed therein and you are required to your gas
D26p FLORIDA STATUTES IV RE: ESTATE OF
show cause why the same should of not IN TIlE COURT OF THE cot'NTYJUDCiE LAURA BELLE JEFFREYS, .comfort.. ;. blend with any color scheme.
be granted by serving
a
WILL TRADE copy your
your good credit _
Deceased.
WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS written defenses. if any upon AlbmC. NASSAU COUNTY, FLOR. .''"
for a beautiful gift at Robison any make. Stoves cleaned. Thompson. Jr., Attorney for Petitioners. IDA, IV PEOIIATE.la .FINAL NOTICE
re: Estate of Notice is hereby given that the undersigned (
Jewelry Company. tfc Buy, sell, repair used furniture.Ph. dina Beach. 303 Atlantic Florida Avenue and by Fernan filing MYRTLE M CLCMMONS. Deceased.To I on the 19th day of December CONSTRUCTION ;

261-3442 or 225-5294. tIc .. origins thereof with the Clerk of All Creditors and Persons Having A. D. 1963 fUed -* futal accounting '
CTD 14A Bulldozer with winch .e Said Es of her administration of the estateof I .
the Circuit Court of Nassau County CUims or Demands: Against I beautiful 'enameled cabinet '
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Laura
Relic deceased.
blade harrow tate: Jeffreys
lowboy trailer Florida. at Fenundina Beach. Florida
You and each of are hereby tntf notice is further given that after .
before the 15th of January you lifetime cast iron '
on or day "burnervjpermanent '
and
1959 model I
Internationaltruck
HELP WANTEDWANTED 1964. otherwise a decree notified and required to present any I publication of this notice, once each '
with new tires. $7,500 or be entered against you granting may said claims and demands which you. or week for four consecutive weeks.' .application ,. ; aluminized steel air-flow.: J"" ; Check Our
either of you. may have against the I will be matte 'to the Honorable
will exchange for house trailer, adoption.WITNESS hand as Clerk of said estate of Myrtle M. Clemmons. deceased I J, E. Weatherford. County Judgeof interior. -
my
home or mortgage. Contact FEMALE TO HELP Ciicuit Court of Nassau County, Florida late of ,said County to the Nassau County. Florida. for approval New TankPlan
care for invalid by day. Live in f County Judge of Nassau County. of said accounting and for fin
Jack Taylor, Rt. 2, Jesup, Ga. and the seal of said Court at Ferinandina -
walking distance 1604 Broome Reach. Nassau County Florida -I Florida. at his office in the court house el discharge of the undersigned as ..
or phone GA 73068. J2c on the 12th day of December. of said County at Fernandina Beach. Executrix of said estate.
St Phone 2614653. tIc 1963. Florida within six calendar months Laura Relic Jeffreys Hofcomb I .
D. 0. OXLEY from the time of the first publicationof Laura Relic Jeffreys Hoteembe .
SHETLAND PONY 3 tbeal) /s/
I I I
years,
D. 0. Oxley this notice. Two copies of each As Executrixof I .Good
gentle, ideal for any age young- WANTED FOR IMMEDIATE Clerk of the Circuit Court. claim or demand shall be in writing the Estate of Laura Belle .
ster. 261.5869 after 4 p.m. or employment 2 service station Fourth Judicial Circuit in and and shall state the place of residenceS << Jeffreys It's Less
address of the claim
see across from Key's Auto I attendants. Lannon Firebird Albffl for C Nassau Thompson.County Jr. Honda ant.S post and shall office be sworn to by the TO THE Deceased.EXECUTOR OR ADMINS- I

Parts, O'Neal Pony and $75 Truck Terminal, Yulee. Phone Attorney for Petitioners claimant. his agent or attorney airS TRATOR: Than You
I D19c Atlantic Avenue accompanied by a filing fee of one The above notice must be published i 7LHovsekeepingYULEE
2255149. 308
saddle only '$200. Also small Fernandura Beach. Florida dollar and such claim demand not so in a newspaper published in Nassau ,
Go-Cart 2ft! h.p. engine $35. 4t 12-W. 26. 12. 9 filed shall be void.Joseph Countv once a week for f"ur (4) publications I ThinkNewste
WANTED -FOR IMMEDIATE E. Weaver and the proof of such publication I
i As executor of the Last Will and (which will be furnished
TRY DIADEX TABLETS (formerly employment, 2 experienced you Gas & Xo.
Testament of by the paper) filed in this office. FLA. ,Applwuce
D.A.Diet) New name, waitresses.Lannon Firebird Myrtle U. Clemmons. deceased J. E Weatherford ,
formula. Only .98c. LOCK. Truck Terminal Yulee. Phone Trade At Home First publication December 12. 1963. County Judge
same Thos. J. Shave Jr.. Atty. E. K. Me nrath. Atty.

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CHURCH OF GOU 01. PAUL'S LUTHEKA: 1'AbEKNACLiJ: BAPTlbl evVJe :;1'. l't:1'tJi: .t'l>t'UPAL JUST ASSEMBLY OF GOD FIVE POINTS BAKTlbl FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
: Cor. 4th and Cedar Sta CHURCH CHURCH 7:45 __...._.. ..,_ Prayer Meetin CHURCH J JI CHURCH I
Rev. J. T. Dunnam Pastor
R.". L Marvin Johnson, Paator Amelia City Near Intersection Amelia Road Phone 261-3487 Tuesday: Singing Practice 7:30 I The Rev James D. Ellisor, Rector Rev E. A. Lewis, faster __ J. W. Keen, Pastor I I
.. Phone 261-3807 AlA Rev. Lojd Chambers, Pastor pm.r 7:30 A.M. Holy communion 10:00: a.m.Sunday School Worship Services: 8:30: A.M.
A. F. Gerbhardt, Pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. 10.UO A.M. Choral Eucharist j:45 a.m. .- .. Sunday School 11:00 A.M.
10:00: a.m. ., .._. Sunday School 4:00 a.m. Morning Service Morning Worship ........ 11 a.m. PRINCE OF PEACE 11:15 A.M. Church School 11:00 a.m. Worship! Service '11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 7:30 P.M.
11:00 am. Morning Service Evening Worship 7 p.m. LUTHERAN CHURCH 5:00 P.M Episcopal Young 6:30 p.m. C. A. Youth Services 5:30 p.m. Training Union Sunday School 9:45 A.M.
Y.?E. Friday Evening '1:30 p.m. BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday Service _____ 7 p.m. Donald R. Himmelman, Pastor Churchmen 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service ::30 pin Evening Worship :Training Union ....'___ 6:15 P.M.Wednesday.
T:30 pjiu .__ M Evening Service 429 South 6th Street Phone 261-5634 (This is the schedule of every Chursday mid week service Vednesday prayer service 7:30 I Prayer Service __
Prayer. meeting Wednesday Rev. C. W. Page Pastor PINE GROVE BAPTIST Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Sunday with the exception of the 7:30 p.m. p.m. 7:30 P.M.
7:30 p.m. Sunday Services: CHURCH Worship Service 11:00: a. m. last Sunday of the month) I
10:00: A.M. Fanday: School Rev. A. Z. Knight, Pastor !. ...
CHURCH OF CHRIST 11:00 A.M. Morning Worshir Sunday School 9:45: a.m. (Held at various members homes) FIRST PRESBYTERIAN i 1
South 14th Street 6:30: p.m. ___ B.T.U. Morning Worship 11 a.m Wednesday: Mid-Week Bible CHURCH I.
Kenneth L Jones Minister 7:00 P.M. Men's Prayer Service 11:00 ajn. Morning Service Study 7:30 p.m. Rev. John Dozier, Pastor' t

Sunday: Bible Study... 10:00 a.m. 7:30 p.m. ...._.. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service Thursday: Ladies Class 10:30 a.m. Church School 9:45 A.M. '
Morning Worship ,,.11:00 a.m. Tuesday: W.M.B. (Held at various members homes) Worship Service ___ 11:00 A.M. 9,4.
Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. 7:00: p.m..r., ,.._. Visitation 7:30 p.m. Wednesday VJB. Young b .J.., h Youth Meetings 6:00 PM. :
--. -- -- --- LAST 'SUNDAY OF THE Church School 7:30 P.M. ) GREETING
MONTH I
7:30 A.M. Holy Communion CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH I
10:00 A.M. Morning Prayerand Bailey Road !
Sermon J. C. BYRD, PASTOR I '
j At Christmastime we raise our voices to
11:15 A.M. Church School Sunday School 10 A.M. I
5:00: P.M. Episcopal Young Morning Worship 11 A.M. '' t. ; irish you all every happiness, and
Churchmen Evening Service 7:30 P.M.SPRINCHILL .
# # .. & express our sincere gratitude for ,

3 .f CHURCH PROPHECYRev. OF GOO OF CHURCH BAPTIST your kind patronage and good will '

II. C. Drury Pastor State Hi*ay 107 Nassaurille
r.v 10:00 a.m. __. Sunday School Rev. Dan E. Wade Pastor I k .. ::LLL: 11
11 a.m. Morning Servke Pastors Prayer Time .
w 7:45 p.m. _.._ Evening Service (For Men) 7 a.m.1 I I ,
7:45 p.m. Wednesday, V.LB. Service Sunday School 9.45: a.m'i
+ I for young people. Morning Worship 11 a.m. '
Training Union 6:15 p.m. I
bf Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.1 "

Of Carols Wednesday '
Men's Hour of Power 7
a+ p.m. I
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,. In England and France the custom Prayer Service _._ 7:30 p.m." FLORIDA ABSTRACT AND TITLE INSURANCE CO.E .
of carol singing at Christmas "Whosoever. will may come. j

'.a. stemmed from the songs sung -- -
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between the scenes of the med- NORTH 14th STREET
., BAPTIST CHURCH
ieval "mystery" or "miracle"plays
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which were created to 9:45: a.m. Sunday School T4ta 111r
I teach the Bible to the people of ll:00: a.m. Morning Worship 4
ra.
I the time, few of whom could read. : 6:30: p.m. .. BTU I
The early miracle plays por 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship 1
trayed the coming of Christ, in 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week Services !
simple drama. Later plays be. Wednesday
came more elaborate, with fictional *
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added.
scenes \ vR' y e
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''N NORWAY Nelson P. Moyer Pastor
9:45 a.m. Sunday School
1 .. Norwegians hide almond hithe
an 11:00 a.m. ___ Morning Worship
0.t + t tI Christmas pudding. Tradition 6:15 p.m. MYF Supper & Programs- I
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t I the next year.DENMARK. 7:30 p.m. __. Evening Worship I
if I Carols ring out e
IN ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC I ? gladness fills heart 1c
+j every
A Danish Christmas custom is CHURCHRev.
and the air is astir with the
the "Jul-bock a long pole witha .
I W. J. Holmes, Pastor ? f4'
goat's head, whose duty it is to Sunday Mass 2nd, 4th lively spirit of the Christmas Season. I
butt in when the children misbe o
I have. Sunday 7:30 a.m.' May )ou enjoy all of it to the utmost! f
t Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd JS

5th ,Sunday, 11:30 a.m. :_, '. .
.h CARD OF THANKS Monday, Young People 7 p.m.

There were so many words of Daily[ -, ..-.,.... ... 8 am THE HUTCHINS FAMILYSEASIDE
I kindness and sympathy, and Saturday Convent Chapel 4-
1 f prayers for us and our loved one, 5:30 Communion in Convent INN I MOTEL SEASIDE
fltL'Vzq 0 for which we will be ever grate- 6:30: P.M. Young People'sMeeting. :

ful during the recent illness and _. _. .
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1i loss of our beloved husband, father -
son, brother, and son-in-law,
James Everett Bryant. % .. ... .,,. .... .. ;
We will never forget the kind -2--S 4e
i ness and prayers of Rev. James
T. Dunnam and friends the %
Up hill, down dale we go to spread glad tidings \ _. thoughtfulness and many; kind

of joy and festivity! It would take ten coaches to hold ; r expressions shown by Dr. Cecil
Brewton, Dr. Bailey Dickens,
.f all the good wishes we have to give our good .i nurses aides and orderlies, and
entire staff of Humphreys Me
friends and patrons for a most happy and j ,
i:. hearty holiday; ,:,-, morial Hospital. \ .
Words cannot our feel ax,
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this town of Fernandina Beach
,. S Our thanks also go to Rev. Loren Christmas
ASKINS LAUNDROMAT : j Williams.
May God be with you and bless, ...7. ,
you always. s: 3r.

Ruth And Bob Askins Kathryn Abels (Signed) Betty, Sandy and Patsy,,,
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Bryant !
I .". and Ronald for eucryone
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hand.
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