Fernandina Beach news-leader
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079912/00100
 Material Information
Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: November 26, 1964
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024610
oclc - 33142109
notis - AFA6512
lccn - sn 95026706
System ID: UF00079912:00100
 Related Items
Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

Full Text
. .

T"''DRARV or


In Over Nassau Of A Service Century County ITeraanhmleach N eW5-1 ea er Your And For Best Locol Advertising Medium News i

"' .. tQ R1n uilFtrnandlni N. Ihe I. ,, "iidin. Roi rd
Tht PenlniuU, Tht Itrnindlni Courltr. Tht Itlind City, rtrnmnUna Obwrvtr Fernandina E pr t Tht l-trnmrdlna N.wi Tht Florida MlrM/\ft
AblOrbed by Pureh.... M.r.r or Succtiilon, Tht Horld. Ne"" .. Tht tart Nt Florid...s,Record, Natsau County LtadfrJTrit Outlook, TTit Florida.Ctorilg Nt' ,,S. Tht Ftrnandlni Nt' ,,s, Tht Burcanirr VlM liV IUlV'''

) 107 NUMBER 12 I

II Silver Anniversary Of Rayonier's Fernandina Division. I IjflslamJ&n

Open House and

.. ,.. _...
I --. -- -
A Few Facts

r"-j' : : : r' :. :) Tour of Mill

1 On

..{, ,J 1 Rayonier'sImpact Set Fer Friday

>1:7 < 1t Here On Frid!!.i Noxemlvr 27 h'inrt'cilsif -

,t Mill Employment 475 I I,101111: ; Coimtv' ('ltl/ 'n<

AnnuM Pn>'roll $3,000000 11'11I'Inl Rnxonicr'i) Fernnnd naDixltilnn
I I II I Prodi:ctlon capacity S"5 tons to help the mill and/ H<-
I per d.ix' rmpliMis ('elibrnle eimnlellin nlthr
Products shipped annually > Divwiuis I lirst (|ii iitir'lenl.nyif .
At lull Tliankmlvlng time, II 2.571 I'Dl'loadsGradcl I nl'l'rilll'llI| ,
we enjoy the bounty of that All.radons '. of chemical cellulose 11': x 1\ill nt.nk the rime, >'r n

(. One, let us toast for a pn'dJcer? li.imilu. fust i' Impli/ In llu eoip.irn'e .
moment the sturdy Pilgrims and Five Ccllunlrr. Hlcolor and ( life nf iiu of the slnlo' most\

imo' thanks for the freedom we Hlcolor-X Floranicr, Alphanler, InipiMl.int IndiiHiiin, they, v.111 alto
tiijoy "the rlKht lo worship aswe ; I II NltrallonXPulpwnod wit in'*. the Htnrt of a mw' c'liipltr.! /

choose to do for ourselves consumption 2111* one 'Im'h prnnniies a brluht tut\ire
what needs lo be done and to I 000 cords annually: 800 cords dally fir Hie mil mill with thin, a cmIliiuliig -

uuross our thoughts OB we choose Value of pulpwood $5: ,793,000 \ Him' of rcomimlc iHiiiflls'
And abc-xe all keep us griteful. annually for HIP inmmiiiiltv and slili.

& Annual expenditures for wages VVexe unma. limn wav' In Ihu
When I think of Rratltiidc 1 am mill puipxxond $8,7113,000 21eira. Kline the mill heitnn'savn \

minded of the strong and sound Water consumption 30,000,000 Mil! M inieer\ liijoii HauKchirl -
t-ionomv we enjoy here In Fer. Our lel.ne (l1'u |I'I'IIIIIk I very
ihinrtina Beaih and take for grantid 111'1./ Held 'lor Ihe qu.irUr conliny -
On the occasion of the silver iiiic.-d,' is hid nplimlHlic rure.l'O..t ,
annlvirnaiy of Kayonlcr Incorpor. /

aled, 1U us all participate in the J.KIMifK;
hospllality offered on Friday In Pioi-reets>> for the Florid) ,i mi'lLvrio '
the open house and 'our of the mill ml' always so bright, MrItauselurt .
and let this great company know OF RAYCN1ER INCORPORATED recalls Ihe Ftrnnndiinj

we are happy they are In Fernan. Division of Rwonll'r'a.. conielvd -
I >ou attend the Open House at Ru>'- '
dma Beach. many miles (rom Its prestnt lo..uliin .
ft ftCongratulallons No. I I. IVpwood utornze yard. .' Blick In 1937, the company's
to the staff! of ; Plant, Including burking drum! and hree oilginil pulp mills In the'araway

Ray-0-Sun, publlcalion of Rayonler plant. 7, PI jesters.{ 8, Pulp stale of Washmutin' were

Incorporated, for the excellent edl- and pulp dr'lnl.'III'hint'. 10, sinking at full capaelly to keep

lion commemorating the 25lh annlversaiy RUSSELL F. ER1CKSON l I nn of the local division And lilt ul crllulohr. These' tnllN had
,1 '' 14, Laboratory and nttin office.
specially to( the excellent photography ] HIher developed! pulplnij protsii -
President of Rayonier Incorporated *
several ; '
by Carl Swanson [Ilir wrslern lumloik wh'chillinium

of whose pictures appear In this sident R. F. Erickson I ( ) a hltihlv pmllled cdlui -
Is.ue, e. by Hun In heavy ilemuml by
ft ft I \ Hie! urox! IIIH riyiiii' Industry,
The ever-active Jaycces are already I Rayonier's President Looks At Awards Dinner I'lunt fur cxpnnsli
In the planning stages forth InUiCht In a ncxv raw 1II.tl'lI,1'UIII'I'e ,,
Golden Crown Prix In \ Iml iiicnllsisbcKan
annual i ennipaii)
nd rcielvo uilil nil'lies In rccuu.nlHi
all / w /
March, and they envision the biggest r rcBiaich on Koiithein p,nuwhUh.
.. wild nt Oils inmplilei2i
sports car races here lo date At Post Present And future I : ; ( sir n>ctrt of continuous yenr sirvlteThlily hy teasf-n' of Its high/ rcMncunlint
C. Campbell and ennsldirul
Best wishes lo 3 was tlicn unusable
co-chairmen, and lo urn ,four Fitmimlmu DIvUlcuitnphyecs >> A hnuk.Ihrnugh .
Beatly as lor Biilphlle piilping
committees, A little: more than 27 years has>> It was not a hasty decision The /iinil lv>ilve Timber UivlHlon followed which made s.slble .
all who serve on *, and Paper Ide 'ior such a mill in the South' I, 14! \ pi
.h passed since Riinier Pulp rmplnveit who have till>> of southern
the commercial use >
V letter>r to the editor Company of the Slate of WashIngton had been born years before and I \ the Fer yiar allaiixd' S.in-132(1.30 or 3yeais and Ihls dlsiovciy bioughl
a pine1
In reply Issue decided to build a new the actual search for a sile tout Homi'iitap: continuum mrvlie will bprvsenled 1
from a teenager In a recent Interest In a southern! mill to fever
mill at rmnthj and covered the Atlanllc Fer award buttons
brought us I a bleached sullite pulp rcrnandltia. many I ncrvlee
an older ager In the of time, the \ seaboard as far Norlh as the< > )'!'... and peak,
course AI to jH t.
of another letter that ap I > 1110 receiving Inijtaliuis Fcintfiidina I Beach I
clipping In the News-Leader some new mill became part of Rayomer Virginia coast It was only attei'I wll. tend are the wives rf the 25 yea \ selected; for tin site :tthhl new

peered months past. Thin I letter walirooriginal Incorporated and th. .aamrof the ',.: possible locutions had been ex. --, ward recipients, 2I>0 other urnfloyees ., mill and In August/ of 1937, con.
with the News-LeMer bu city WaS changed to Fernandlaa amlned and evaluated that of the two divisions not structlM" begtn However, the
a reprint of An Open Letter Beach.Gatchel. I was chosen. The final selec. I I II Rites wcarlntf: servlre award buttons ald I ground'bad barely been cleared
was vital because
tlon was of Importance *
To Teenagers, written by Jude 1 the hopes and asplrallons of! 21 retired employees. for mill\ erection when the threat

Phillip B. GtlUam of Denver, Colo Outlines the entire company rested on the I I At I Wednesday night, December 2, i a \ of unr closed off! fho Japanese
Said letter follow: .It, I right decision dinner will be held at the Peel maiket then buying roughly uncliall -
bear the plaintive High Sehmil/ Caii'loi'him at which of the Ihiee existing mills'
always .
"We ;, 'Where can wt Work .This month marks the twenty.Iflll L tlmo ten Fernandina Division cmployeei production: There was small need
of teen-agers
cry answer Is, Go home. Hani Revetment j ( yeai of operations by the Fer. I will receive watches In recognition fi.r a fourth mill and for a tlmoconstruction

goThe windows, paint the wood nandlna plant and Clyde Morgan, at Ms vf having this year coin I >> I was suspended I Huwi
the storm In selecting
work rake the leaves, mow the For Kiwanions the who Feinandini IIIR Instrumental site and who nowserves following I pie'led its years uf continuous scrvice. i Continued on page Ihieci
scrub the floors, wash the I I .
lawn Chairman of the Board
the sink, build a boat, I as Time! Firnimllni Dlxlslon 1 cmplnvces -
tar repair BY TOMMY HALL of Ra onlcr can point to a quar. employed Fire At BillyTRestaurant
lo cook and Timber Division I

learn two
build an engIne David Gatchel, Fernandina Beach ter of a century of rich and rewarding I t as
job' Help your mother, your mm.istcr.'priebl City Manager spoke to fellow Kl- experience to confirm I ; Sound for I emplmers) will receive service
rabbi. Help the Red I award buttons ranging from S In I
or the I wanlans on Monday night, on the that the choice was a good one, :' prior Causes
Cross the Salvation Army, revetment being constructed along Rood lor Rayonlcr and good for Marine 20 years,
Heart Fund, the T.B, Drive, Help the ocean front of Amelia Island, the citizens of Fernandina Beach ( I I Wives of the 23 yenr nv>Hid reelplenln -
Llllle Uag-c, Babe Ruth I will receive Invitations to Severe Damage
your Amelia
Pop Gatchel was Introduced by and Nassau County.
League. Connie Mack League. attend as well as>> BH otiu-r employees -
Bush and
Warner League Vis,t the sick. as.lst Chairman Jim When: the Company's plant site I of the two divisions now Pissihti* loss of ncnrhy biilldlnitnu <<
gave an Illustrated talk on the .marked off along the bank of at
lessons, wai
the poor, study your I v.earlni,' service award biitluns und averted eirly Till.dllV miirnng -
tired,: manner in which the revetment Is the Amelia River In the summer Church
and when you ere not too 1 retlied employers, bv the pilik adion nf Fcrnuolinu -
I being constructed, displaying maps of 19 8, It was the beginning of a I / offl-
Iteaeh flicnun as a KtnmKViulhi'osl
rea4 a. bo;* and diagrams showing vailous/ clevallons bo'd! aim futeful undertaking by W. W, Kushcl! F, Kriekxon, Presldi
Tour patents do not owe you ol the barrier. In effect the company 1 I of /Kijonlcr, will nueik, ul ilh. affair : wind fanned I lie runluurutlnn -
Raxonicr i which deHtro 'ed the /III.'Iy !
Your city, town or I 0"t" the watch \ > -
entertainment. Gatcncl said that the foundation which was organized/ only a few Belli and present
n.t owe you >x<|iic T Kmlaurunt ul KiKhth: /: and
fcorougn does Tld docs enter'l or footing portion of the revetment years before, was betting everything / ser awards. I Gum SisUninm.
The v
talnment b it Is composed of small rock, some Its resources and Its very I l.n\Hf. \ / I Herbert Unuijlas\ and
you a something.living, You you owe It your parts being almost as fine as gnvel future on the South and this of Dean Blankenship; I \ssl tjiu !Ire thief Jimmv. Gravel

world and your talents, I with the larger rock, weighing / small Norlh Florida community Band To Bo imtWind the alarm ul 2 10 am
time and energy will be at war In up lo 2000 pounds, forming the I (Continued on Page Three* i widow, ; Dance I with No, 1 und No, 2 engines/ All

10 that no sick one or lonely In plain' crest or surface of the structure ; six slslers, Guests At P-TA if the regular flicmm, 7, and l
poverty The speaker stated thai In his I : ;
tho blue'or
iimple language, grow up Qutt I City To ObserveThanksgiving of Miami, welve voluntccn battled
:: baby. Get out of your opinion, Fernandina BeachI as Mrs, I The Fernandina Btaeh Junior I more than Iwo hours' ,
being cry As
world and develop a back getting one of the finest Jobs of Pino Key. I HlBh-tlcmentary/ P-TA will meet Fire Chief B.ll Dnpsnn/ said
dream shoreline protection of any of the ( ) I
bone Start acting and thinking Ilkat Businesses Close Fcrnandma In the Junior llitjh Cafetorlum on lames were shooting
locations In this area where this
I mil the entire building/ was en-
man or woman, of Lou !December 3. st B,00 pm
supposed to b3: mature I <( "You are closed The first half uf) the program will arrlxcd. Cause of the fire
to accept lome ol Ue: responslbility Fernnndlna Beach will be I ; halftlsters, nent
enough your parents have car. Executive Board For the day on Thanksgiving Brunswick, be presented by the IliHh lie hI/III haM nut been determined
Dunce Hand, anil will be- followed chtibllshinenl was owned hy
rled for years for )'ou. They have Also closed In observance of the / of Jack. The
nursed, protected, excused, and Of P-TA Schedules nolidiv will be the Courthouse, ( ) : by an address l>y Deuu Blankeiishlp limmy Blown iiml valued ut ap-

tolerated: )'ou. and have denied Meet November 30 Uty IUII. I'lIht Office and Horida < Gd, und Siiperlnlimlint cf I'ublic In- roxlmately SZO.OOOleeordlnll la
themselves needed comforts so thit :National< Bank.McKendrce. ; I / ( stiucliunDm ireniiin Ciiaxes,
mighl have every benefit There will bo s meeting of the < : .(,c* and I /Iluliirts, >>, program/ hailman. I'uliie, Sirgi'unt Vcinim/ Guest
you They ha\e done this gladly, for Fcrnanclina Beach Junior High- To Attend >> I luges/ nil mi'mix'r. to attend, purled the Hie.
sou are their dearest treasure.You I Elementary p.T.\ Executive: IJoardon
hal e na right! to expect Monday, November 30, at the Annual Seminar

them to bow to every whim and Elementary school : t<
fancy of yours Just because selfish I I All Interested persons arc Invited Tax Assessor Eddie Mckendrcc >>
Instead of common sense, to attend. will be In Tallahassee from Nov.
ego.dominates your personality, think. The regular meeting of the PTA ember 30 through December 3, attending
I will be held Thursday Dec \ the annual Seminar, Tax :
,!! JsSKSfS< NAME CROW ember 3. ksseisor'i Assn. of Florida I

ft ftt I |
used to struggle for A'l In Chamber of Commerce President / I

school and be happy with B s. Now
it seems that the B's came without -
Salutes On 25th
really trying ork. .and. Baldness.BlfocaU Bulge : Rayonier Birthday I :: ;; : ;I
>>, Bridge*
I II F (Hugh) Stone, Jr. presl- 'We have an old saying here,, ,
Fernandina Beach den of the Fernandina Beach that, before the mill came to Fer.
I I Chamber of Commerce, released nandma we bad grass growing '
Weather I the following statement today In duwn tile center of Atlantic Avenue '!

V S, Approved Wt.lher Station I 1, connection with the 23ih annlver. This \\'asn't really just an old I /
South 7th At Lime !SlretlMa sary of Rayonlcr Incorporated In laving It was a fact! i .
._ .
Mm, R
Thursday Nov. 19 U 57 0 I, "On behalf of the Fernandina as Rayonler on our community has I : \ [ OK TASTY II\KIECi( : und the fKiiTx were di-hed! up !SuU'
68 .72
Friday Nov 20 80 1 Beach Chamber of Commerce, I : certainly made the grass dlsappeir in the Junior Mich-
21 68 51 T I I I annual Shrine ( lub biirl-ecne, held thin jeur
Saturday, :Nov want lo congratulate/ Rayonier onI off our main street Soon after the
Sunday :Nov. 22 63 48 0 I their 25th anniversary of operation mills arrival In Fernandina II \las / I : One of the .>.min I <{ "shiftt is Mhovtn alioxe.!! Left to riifht,

Mondix', Nov 23 63 54 T here In our city. As a resldtnl ofFernam apparent that we would have a / Jackson" Mrs. .\. (j.! Me.\rlhur )Irll. Tommy SulliMin, Franz
Tuesday Nov 24 72 62 69 :ina Beach for more than grcut luture, \ I \ und (h.irlen Olitei.\ Second row, left to right Hermit

The ...athir. PihHi l I. tumlthtd> I'lilll.M emirtiiyrior'rt. Co thirty live years I feel that I Iam "We hive seen cur economy expand I (} Sweatl. J. ('. Ilennetl Jim Midkiff, Jimmy Stevens. In background
South 7th lit Llmt Str.cl In e position I to' know what i with a growing, Mine-earn- I Jackson and Harry \\ent. (
I Rnynnlcr has really I meant to us. I (Continued on page t'All)

a..11jjaA/ CoopWdUve Outuvir ,

...,.._ ___ ,'... _.., .,. 4 _.... f-i_.r">*_ "'
,. ..J''',. ... .. .. ,. ., ... --- .- -- -0* ;
. : .


Page Two reres! Leader, Fcrnar.d'na: : Beach, Florida-Thursdayl'ovem! ,cr 20, 1931!) j ,)'or.t'r'l'! rite seedlings! pl r.I. I ----
-- Ing program during the 23 year. OpenThanksgiing
!A Florida Cracker In I
FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER Europe period 1939.1964 has trantplanted,
.. .". R.VI. Parker Retires Day
111 ASH STREET PHONES JG1.J6M 261H87A I to barren or understocked forest,
John H. Perry Newspaper | Edltoi'i NoteMri.: Elizabeth Near Ostende 1i the lovely old Ai we hIt the highway once I II I' areas a total rt 14161JOOO pine
After 20 Years Crutchfleld. daughter of Mrs. Faith town of Bruges with medieval again I settled down tu Serving Turkey
:: Ray Caldwell Editor and :Manager v t"t"r ,i' *ecd1ln... These trees spaced eight I
ABC Al'DITED PAID CIRCILATIOV: Pearson of this city, li currently buildings and canals that remind. I nip and ui were able to
Published every Thursday and entered at the Fort Office As T-U Carrier In Welibaden, Germany with her ed me of Amsterdam! The camera art U sleep. In the middle of thenight I' feet apart would plant a contlnuDJ Bring The
1 rtirnandlna Beach, Florida, ai second clan mall matter husband' Major John Crutchfleld fans had a ball there and 10 did somewhere In Germany the'' row of trees 16 times around Whole Family

Snburrlptlm Rslettf4 and family. I wan privileged to I the kids -. they found an Ice tojr1 guide announced that we the earth at (the equator Trecl ,
a year 2,23 8 months f 1 1,25 3 Month i After do'Kerlng! the Florida read some of her letters home and cream vendor! were making/ luch good time we'd I during the
1450 I year out of county Times Union In Fernandina Beach found them to Intending I pr,. Our ached'ile railed for a step be la Frankfurt too early 10 \\'e'd | Ranted: by Ravonlef Surf Restaurant
and Nassau County for more than varied similar I at the I'J53 World Fair early year of this period are now I
on her to contribute Ground have aa unscheduled rest Hop Ocean Pier
20 yeari R V, Parker said upon news loiters to the News-Leader. I In Brusseli where I had cnither Miry,was too sleepy but Kay andI providing leg material for the new Across From

,, his retirement that hi! plans are hope the letters prove ai Interest., lock at the itcm'num.: The rcstiur- were hungry again. There we I long log wood mill at Fernandinaa
"to lit back and -
now Just read the
Ins to our readers ai they arc to I I, ant at the top was open and appeared int eating b-atwurst and black well ca short wood to this mill I -- -
rest, relax and fish
TcjiaIyj: |, news me) |I.. to be doing I good bullnera 'bread at S a,m. Tailed good: tool operation. Classifieds Pay Off
and the Jeiup Georgia
Parker WB working as a aollcl- I' I
lor for the Jacksonville Journal In (Part I of trip I* London) j+I We entered the city by t fie main Frankfurt Despite our ahead atop of we schedule.arrived Fortunately In. -

1'MO! when the carrier route here Monday we were on our own so ]:rrute, and pawed In front of the there was a train Just
became available He took It and the girls and I had a late breik. 'Royal PUare. The king'! was In
for Wiesbaden
moved to the outskirts of Fernan. fast then took the tube (that'i English residence and guard were rudy to leave 10
every. we got:; home In time to awaken
tot ) Into the downtown
dine Beach. subway -
where but we cud: ice the place
He became (he Time Union carrier area London' subway ay.i and part of the lovely garden, Johnny. I II '
In 1942 and held both Jobs i 1 stem la tldOOI/n: : the girls I For the benefit of those who had I This tour lasted just t long enoughto I" I SWAPPED FOR
whet and I'll J Jut
until he waa seriously Injured Inan enjoyed the ai usual 1was I never been to Brussels we were my appetite ,
most uncomfortable under. I'' have to go back t) London. In
automobile accident In 1953 driven t) the Grand Square for aI
when' he turned the Journal route I! ground j I look at three beautiful guild hall*. spite of their crazy mlxeed-up cur.
over to another carrier Our first atop was St. Margiret'i i We slopped; et one of the larger rency and driving on the wrong II THROUGH THE
Church right next door to the Abi I| tide of the street I fell In love
Mr. Parker was unable to k( tela for dinner which our tour .
carry In and Lon.I
i bey. It la tile "National Church with England general
guide hcd ordered In advance
the route for about nine montha of I
1 for the use of the House of Com- Everyone had heard of the deliI I II don I la particular. I can certainly '
year, and with the exception WANT ADS
with Samuel Johnson who
mon. and Ui history li ai thrill. agree
clous French cuisine to be found
of this confinement and a vacation I I
H'r.1 1 1were aid "When la tired of
leg M that of the Abbey a man
In Hot Spring Ark. In 1947, hai In Bniise'i! and was anticipating he li tired of life "
I, worked seven day I week since I married Samuel Pepyi, I fabulous meal that Is, every 4 I j
Milton and Sir Winston Churchill. one but me, I'd been there before ,
taking over the Job.
Sir Wai'er Raleigh la among those I II W* all expected to be served a I II Rayonler Incorporated has constructed 2
I I His rout once Included the yu. I burled her*. The reredoa and win- I large mound of trench fried pit.itatoei I and maintain a private

lee section but mar recently he. dowa over the altar are georgoua :' end', were dliappolPicd! to .I road system of tome ITS miles of
has covered cn'y the Amelia I.
and the ceiling In the sanctuary; la I lee the plain balled variety One truck trail firebreak. These roads
land area of the county where he I
done In mahogany with gilt painted -
boy dared tot! ask for "pommel I throughout III timberland balding
had more than 1430 customers 'I
flgurei : trites" and received a withering furnish perms for timber harvest
/ I The Parkers have aold their I We returned to the Abbey for I .
1 -
---- -
.look from the waiter. After dinner aa well as public access for recre. ------ --
; 1 I homo her. on South 6th St. and I leisurely stroll: to tee the things we had a few minutes to walk! atlcnal driving and hunting and I

purchased trailer Beaming Mrs we'd missed on Saturday and par. round IP some of ui let out to fishing trips Also maintained for
/ Parker laid that at loon aa her I tlcularly to that Mary eould read
j s find tome french fries but without public recreation are five paved
I husband tin retted the In the Poets' Cor.
they will Inscriptions
up of /
success On the way out tofl boat launching ramps, seven way.
be heading for South Carolina for 1 ner. We discovered also a wax I
we taw a number of small snack aide parka or public I picnic I areai ;
a visit with relatives and some museum which contained, among bars the "Frltei"but Two scout main.
I displaying sign boy campa are WE EXTEND OURCONGRATULATIONS
much needed relaxation In the others effigies of Queen Elizabeth the driver wouldn't! itop lamed on these forest propertlca I
country Later, they plan to travel I and Lord Nelson The museum
extensively. also Included copies of the crown

Regardless of circumstances adverse Jewell which are used at corona- I .Low-Fat, tow-Calorle

'- or favorable subscriber lion rehearsali. '
e could always count on getting their Next w. went to the Abbey book
paper. Parker always exerted every store where I could have spent a Strawberry Treat

effort to give the best In service fortune I itocked up on the rellg- ; or, to
and Mrs! Parker hai been his girl loan book which are not availableIn nT; ,J'r yf
"Friday," assisting her husband the States and also a copy of
r Thanksgiving Day 1964 where needed the Book of Common Prayer according .
to the Use of the Churchof
"We w.nl.1I our friend and RAYONIER INCORPORATEDon
7* In the United States of America, November tradl- subscribers to know how much we England

tiPDally h. the month of Thanksgiving. It h I the time I enjoyed their patronage over the We rode a city but up Whitehall
espetelly .
I yean and that we will never forget Street put Trafalgar Square, noted
< / set aside to !give thanks to our bountiful, loving, all' their kindnesses, especially for Its statue of Nelson and III ..sort'h

providing Father-God. when Mr. Parker waa Injured and pigeons The embassy of the Union their
''': during his period of convalescence of South Africa facet the
It in the time set aside to lock appreciatively at
our ," Mrs. Parker Illd.THANKSGIVING. Square the time we were I t
ninny blessings. It is the time set aside to give thanks In London dltat.,. being picketed;

for! all the things we usually take for granted. The pickets stood across the street 25th ANNIVERSARYBEST
quietly holding their placard while
,-.:: Thanksgiving quicken" a new spirit of appreciation The weary worker pauses leveral bobbles guarded the bulldln .

wyMiin us. Thanksgiving creates joy. Thanksgiving builds. And looks up from hit task. I, Everything was calm and ord-
The itudent lays aside his book.
fa th. Thanksgiving for our blessings never fails to erly.We
open The cobbler quits nil lost I left the but at Plcadllly Clr.I .
Ihj way for more jrotd. Thanksgiving nets in motion '
an I cua, crowing under the street and !
endless cycle of good and enriches us in mind and body I The farmer and the fisherman, made our way to Leicester Squarefor e WISHES FOR
The merchant and the clown lunch at one of the many restaurants > J
Let us make this an unforgettable day of Thanksgiv ... ., "'-
Have each and all, with one ac. In that theater district '
hell I Let us give thanks to God for the glorious world ingJllch cord, After lunch we did our souvenir -.,

we live. Let ua give thanks. ftr our blessings great Their dally tanks laid down. shopping: which Included the par I 'i I I I'I CONTINUED PROSPERITY

(nil small Let us ,say: !? "Thank pod, for everything." 'All nature seem to be at peice chase I had of a a terrible roll of Beatle time wallpaper with I 4k*, |'... "

TPfce Daily Word. The vear'i long task I In done. currency, although every aalesper- iI, DURING THE NEXT

The field are rich with harvest t, ion we met very courteously ex* ,j \1.fJ. : ..: _" 10' ,I'rt ';' 25 YEARSPARTIN'S
Beneath the autumn suit plained It to me at great length, .w -.wwsw. ." 11'

H GOOD CITIZENS The girls didn't experience any .L; '.hI' __ II
Homo li the weary wanderer difficulty after the tint explanation r
t Just twenty-five ago the city of Fernandina Whose absence grieved ui lore. 10 I relied on them. In many No one need feel lorry for the person on a low-fat, lowcalorl .
years diet when he dessert delectable the
Home to the ancient rooftree can enjoy a a* *
Instances I dropped
limply my :
Kjach awoke to find( that a new day had dawned in theerunomlc one shown here Frcnh Strawberry' Vettert e Snare fiuit-
he wander the
May never more. coins on the counter and let iheibet. This marvelous sauce coat the dieter just S
life of the community It had a brand new incitwtry I clerk take! what she wanted The! calories r: per tablespoon ai compared with 37 calories had it been

a pulp mill, the Fernandina Division of Raycnier. With thankful heard we give to girl assured me that we were sweetened with augar Instead of the non-caloric aweetener,
Thee buraryl, used her*.
I never cheated ,
';': The new arrival would need supplies' and services' of O Father of Mankind We had been told that food In I This recipe I I. a sample of the more than 300 low-ht, low.
calorie treat to be found in Intriguing new diet book by
almost every description. Its employees wanted housing, The reverent adoration London was quite expensive Helm Bcllnke. "The l.nw-Fat Cookbook for Gourmet (DavidMcKay
Cod, clothing, transportation, entertainment all of life's or all our heart and mind. not too good ao were agreeably : 64.9oj). Hi*, Bclmka I le an old: hand at the art of caloriecutting I il
I|I surprised! to find restaurant aerv- :t having r'>re\iousy! authored "The Gourmet in the Low.
fl&essities and all of its! niceties! trill I From the very be. ;'I For the unnumbered blesiiugi Ing food from many different land | Calorie Kitchen i .

iT&ining it was apparent that this industry was destined Thy grace and love bestow at very reasonable prices, One of The fat-reduced., calorie-stripped culinary triumphs In herr --- -- -
w cookbook have been accomplished through "minor miracles .
For 'h.alth and friends comfort meal In
tjr! play an important role in the rccnomlc life of the city, I our most enjoyable was In substitution" ]Mrs\ Bilmka URI fate of the polyunaatu-
ui an Indian place where we ate meal rated akin milk instead of whole' milk I and the" calorie-free
county and state.' And so it hull I Who labor here below curry (the mild type>)> and saffron tlrrel In place: of sugar. The author warns, "Don't deny yourself

::: But there have been many other benefits brought bfnis \' Herbert Luke rice. or your family the sweets they look forward to at the end
Tuesday morning at 5am. we of the meal. They can cost you practically nothing In the way of
industry, some not as apparent perhaps, but jut a* started the long trip home Cus. cholesterol, and (can be) controlled in calories a* well."
= Chamber Of Here li Mil. Bclinke'i recipe A HAPPY
l real. hints: procedures were no sin;>kr
I leaving that they had been on on. I Fresh, Strawberry Dessert t Sauce
Firm its
start, the Raycnirr mill drew together its
as {Continued from Page One) terlng the country. The ferry enwhith Makes 1'', cups Calories per tabk-spoon:
employees the flplicl, relmble sort of citizens tb'it! every com, Inn population) linpiovcmrnl if we returned was not so modern Milligiama Cholesterol. per tablespoon
our'' school l ivstims! and city and 1 pint fresh strawberries 2 tablespoon liquid I Sucarjlwashed
Comity!\\ needs to grow and prosper Over the years most and comfortableas the other
county lacllities tlut we never to disembark at hulled and halved( 1 teaspoon lemon juice 25th .J
an we were glad BIRTHDAY
t j: these employees have been) home folks, but in following! !thought could be possible 25 year Ostende. The one redeeming fca- Put ingredients/ In container of electric blender. Cover and

their company careers new people from many places have ago tare about this old boat with UN blend Delicious at high and speed attractive until pureed on lime sherbet Good with assorted

also joined the mill to herome neighbors: and friends "Rayonlcr has become I vital Belgian crew was that It served melon bulls.
part of our community because of that good Belgian beer.
.:: ;
Individually and collectively these Rayonler! employeesfwve
the ccntributloni In every field of ------
\ given the crmmunity much : As members of our endeavor mode by the high calibre to

,i-fiurches, chic and fraternal group*, as city and county I men and women who comprise the
personnel of the I local I division I We
office holders, as backers rf worthwhile community proWti are proud Hint: (lie I pont! In t thin I SPECIAL I I Heat 5 Rooms I '

; of every description, t these people have made many city has served as a training I ;

wntributions to community life! they've been good citiYOna ground for man of. Ttnyonlrr lopnhilon RAYONIER INCORPORATEDand
l I
Beautiful Thermolaire
again TtnvonIcr '
"*, And! good, solid''' citizens are the most important benefit on your 25th' amiivrmiiy nnd

Community can receive I MI bi'luiir of the Fcnmmllna lleiich i'
Chamber of (Commerce let me ex- I
arena our thanks to you for being' RC-40 Gas Heater
in math a part of I ho continuing
:: That Others Be
Might Spared roth and advancement of our :

city," ...;.... .tyL'fi
::;.: When cancer takes the life of someone close to us, rfclative I
Porpoises In the colony at Malmland .
or a friend, the! loss h painful. of Florida require leu Installed Added WishesFor

V; In the sorrow that follows such a loss!!, there I is the ban one second to Inhile and ex-

wish to honor the departed.! There is also the deep need role their breath by exp'oslve

to..: strike back at this disease! to do something so that strata through the blowhole breath-1
their heads t'
na aparatui atop ,
Dithers might be spared.At ___ I ,, With GasJust Many Many

:: times like these, many find solace in dedicating a Smoltey Suyit a t ,

Memorial Gift to the American Cancer Society This con.irtbutlon -

provides a wnv to perpetuate the memory of e 1140P! p6OPtE WIILREADfIiSAN

life that has been lo t. It offers a way to prevent the further REMEMER'p '
suffering of others ;I BirthdaysTo

- A Memorial Contribution large or small, brings the
moment of final victory ever cancer (loser.L saw n
L $7500
When a Memorial Gift I is made, the family of the d". taawrt

(sailed is notified with Memorial; Card This card carrie v Come

the name of the person In whose memory the funds have "aeeai COMPLETE WITH TAX
!ten !given and the name of the person who made< the gift "

An acknowledgement also goes to the contributor.

::- Memorial Gifts!! may IKS sent to the American Cancer ?I- Phone 225-5146

Society, c/o Bill Bursrlun.l: HOC) Highland Drive, Fernan-

d+na Beach, Fla., and should be accompanied by the full REYNOLDS MOTOR CO.
name of the deceased, the name and address of the family Good Housekeeping Gas Co.

member to whom the Memorial Curd should be sent and 1' arcYou

Uie donor's full name and address I and only jjwl Yulee, Florida' L P. Gas The Perfect Fuel

:.Your gift today may spare others tomorrow! j j ,



. . . I

= e Rayonier I President 1 I PI rc(:iH dm>I cird i member; :: of i he forest t I Xei.MuLon.dor.::! : Fermmlina Tionrh: Tlorlih! -Thin_ ihVoxrmlxr: 2C,. IOG1 Page; Three
Wh,1II'\ (' the I!. ; '' of :I
1111'11'1110' other vital wlhit
group our disnliviil( Going.
(Continued From rage Dm> sir"'ess : Fur the cellulose. Johnson
/and miUihiis In I the rimmiinilv Mayor : should bo
I tiv thin Hie snails: -mil reasonably expected
1'hr satabaitl I tin jrurs, KrnimliniHe i liaYo nh'r has
The mill would be the Cnmpinv s always shown Itself
Ill I ml til d ..IIIdI ,
u II. a itir
first ( ',uh hRs bin a Imppv pi I.ire for in hi ((1 in ply conscious of .
attempt at expansion I Ah i ia t I"-. nmk/ is. si""'('llnl" pruliils: \ iCinllniKel I from Pat\ Omnli Its obll.I
Northwest Company RaYtlll"1" i' d pi. nl den 11 tin I'll, nilii providing an atmosphere no. even Hint,Ji Us pei-n' ill" I; us 11 1 cltl/enship. On this 25lh
1 : rn" il
t was now venturing Into a new And S't'ilk ',nlldH tap i| ill 110 I the' \\hit h has made It possible fir UH have been and are. n p'limn p I. .m,.' r, .try, It Is fitting for me as

unfnmlllnr region :Not( only 111 -('ill.11;/ In the' inmdmitcd 11 iiHiiienir mill siircssliillv. lair of the mi.H s ii U n\ 'nn 01( mir Ill l. Knowledge. the com
1 xr ,ra' but the mill It would baud w.' 9.I : i'., "'leiilhr earl rf minv ,,, 1, mil it has b 'en Ih it WilY lirulvbn : equal IlpIII\lI'nnt'r( \ I Is, I I. s', hit liiiivs iiiilrlbillons 1 to educating
pi ; '" ,
be (he! first to mnn'ifiic:u-r Im." .V kl"nci bilk thin ''siof tin ininmer In which bun the culturnt and set <' irlihmint our 'It1I'I iu people through Its sihulur .
purity chemical cellulose [Irom t 1111 vri the. user ( q i iclilni; if f the community haverrsphndad that/ has r 'mi" i .,'rnindina / > up ,in gram. of enhancing! the
in untirv! re-cnl I I if tic 1\
resinous Soul:tern pne' Alth 'u' i ii ullna dvisi' e',mlll I t bp[ (' ( lo the rimixinys needs' Beach Hiroiii.li the pi p'a' r, 1'11111( mil divclopmenls of Fer.
the Fernand' project wan rKlvfor Wh"11 ill'tp'IIS nskid( for It \\ ISrh'l'lI employed by tluvinlir Thro'I'I"t. nnmlnn/ Iluuli, of protecting" and
oil in a \vaiUtv: ( luulatntv Ii'. .
the joiithlul rompnnv, Kivin! : ;; when undirslandlng re.lull'I'rI out this quarter iinluiv. tlusi t Iii add ug( to Hu naluril beauty of tma ,!
vil' In the fun! 1011)11.i tin
ler had then as It hal1"1', in. itn of these l\\'rnl.II\1. t.I i| II wa* there That Ihs! rep citizens of rernandni: hick" hivi( cl prolll! ling! the economic
viuis nse contributed to Raynitler'sxellrre been lntrumrnlal III udl \\1'1I.hl'llllI or our citl/ens and for
priceless asset of able, hard werk 'I 11 hliMiiu.nl of mnnv able /spring
was observed and rxnerUiuid of casing its( rrvuircrs In of
log technicians engineers and operators every aspirt our cumnumdy'stale support
sI evil I cnplivics 1"'l'forllllllll
who hid confidence and a first hand during the plets. Its ,mhoils \'' (',ilmunicipal wiuHiwhlk dvlc projects
labs well mil vours I siivid\ hue Far this faellllks ihiin'ies' And I "Tin
strong desire to achieve siiccim I'I ( pioplc if Fernamllna Beach
I In ui liar I part: if this I pub: lu'"p. l R'I iv'nnli'r I U Imliid Briiiifullo / all other things Hi.il mike .
I I.WETY The rest of the story Is nilIII l'lI t tan: apicnr the pill, grapes: \ every( ItIron of the communlivVi rcrnaiirilna are proud if Ilivoiner. They see!
Beach n (deslrililc plnu III I
.Cliul the' Is here and
known Almost from the moment nIIIHS oi nun who hilpeel put > like. lo think Hut the compimv: live, dimpinv wish
il it hi' 23 of
of start.up on Dot'ember S. I I'M!) tint sheet 1 of pulp Iliruiiuh Hit tan, rcilinrntid bv lulni a worthy tin r years successful
Al It\YOMLIlri: ILUNXNDINA DIVIMON IH not just by chance. Here the Fernandina Division as It uas 2* viiis ago. More than any ( llll/rn, crnsdous of Its obligitions Vte are nil leas Imlibtrd la the i ops'ralions

the Central! Safety Committee is shown as they gang up on accidents. Seated left designed justified even the mniimbittou. irs Ilea oeiaslun belongs la \ natal I ready lo mitt I h'm.Whlll campnnv, for site elup since of

to right : It. II. Shriek, personnel manager; \1 Eason safety! supervisor; J. F. Hooper I expectations of Its builders hetaiiM! our observance if f. if Hie fiituie It should civic responsibility) II has alvvavs 11 ill of lie( slicks of pulpwood

assistant resident manager and rhairm of the central safety committee; B. L. ana the glitter of Its sweets mllislu'c Is cs'enliallv ), he stressed (hit the MrnandmaPlvlklon roc lived by Kayonlcr FcrnandmaTlmlur

Kduschert resident J. W. ]Hunch, representing: union local 766 ; M. F. Full. I has not dimmed through these ;.j lion of their aeiumplishniints) duns much hliJiir quillly ward! Division during 23 yearsof
manager; ;
( 23 In
years, Its contributions to the overall pail/I of She anniversary el'l men years cellulose limn in I tl.1tI.: While the fu. pcrations; were laid end to end,
wood local 1924 and T. A. Kaney local 39:>. Standing left to right : S. L Mathews, '
; ; : "
development of Kayonlcr arc llin It will be my privilege, ex smite. Is not an old mill lure aluavs guards IM S'I'rrl.1'11.. they could reach the moon anti
maintenance supervisor; H. G. Taylor, technical superintendent; W. G. Carman Instrument Immeasurable and It Is no cxaggerallon I hear lei present beautiful g Throughout| the years. the com the lernanillna Division will cnn.l I enough" ) would be left over to circle

foreman ; i I1. L. Sims supervisory chemist t : J. II. I nthince, pulp mill superintendent I to say that Ihls mill has watchei to each emplujee ho pnnv hat spared no effort or expense time for many years as a vital the en'111 Unit' times,

; I n. \\'. Hinder: finishing superintendent, and Otto Smith, local 610.:.... been an essential commitnc in sirvid t'.'.cnly.!five years with Itaonler 1 In( cunlinne nuilirnlzull componinl of Hnvonur and as an

which Cue: company grew to be the ,i and I in.nut,iln the mill In exeilluitloiulilieiii Impiirlant fmltir In She. cciimuny/ atNiitheast Court, Is probably the only sport

'5T Jaycee Ladies Night worlds largest producer of e'IK nil. i I"r) liibiiles amid be me" Palsy, It\ Is mine till-! Flurkla uliiiv (the animal thai gets caught
Ss cal cellulose and one of the most pll'le11h01l1\ aikmwlielnliiu) dent twice the capacity and pro-' trrom I 1tly.n'SIIII', I Il'A'A'Afl'A' has III buy the lleenwI ,
-5S Held November 20
,.'.'I\'I\'I\'I\'I\'I\\'I\\'I\.' 4,{\'h'I\1\1'h'.\ft'I' ,ge' rt'I\fA f."fA1\f\e e 'A' s. f 4 ft'e.,\'t'\'t'h'I1'A'b.r '
At Surf Restaurant "" 14"1(" ,,,,,,,"" ."" .....," '1.1.,'\!.('../'1'1'14'"I,'I.,,..1",'"'.,"'I,'..,'"." ,..'11"I ,'I.,".''I.,,. 'I.."',',.,." "I."' .,,,.,"" ",('\I.,'.." ".,,, '\I ,('1'11.1: "' .,,..,'1.."./".,,,.,,,..'1111'\(1.'\( "M',,

S al Branlky Ladies fluent the :Surf Mkhl;,sneakers!President Restaurant held for on of November the West were Jaycees Duval Lou 20 Terms ( H A IRS BY BERKLINE L I Start Your i

,,a arriii Jaycees: I Don Davis President of $500Per
Jacksonville Jaycees: and Gary I

Frey, State Vice.President DistrictIV : ESPECIALLY PRICED Payment

Jniro cf the Month Awards I January .

were prtRentrd as follows: April, 15
Bill Crane: M ly Farrls Jones: Month FOR THE CHRISTMAS SEASON 1965
June Chui I It.! McKcndivc; July, "J.

Ken Gay: August Bob Flnennnon:

September, J. C. tampbell; and

October Topic AI chosen George by, the speakers I MAKE YOUR SELECTiON EARLY WLl! HOLD ANY CHAIR -' &

$ I
were: The need of a strong wives

club to help back Jiyeee mcm'ter' Many Styles end Colors To Select From UNTIL CHRISTMAS ,

ship: Overall outlook on l Jaycee,
tIES SORENSEN, master pipefitter and Department ?
his community and nation; and
Supervisor at Kajomer Incorporated who was featuredIn Why be a Jaycee .

the Silver Anniversary edition! of R1y0-Sun, discusses Following the dinner members iA .

toith Ray Shrlglev. Personnel Manager( his many: and and their guests were entertained .

varied _actnlt'ts'_ which' were_pointed out _in__the story, with a party at Ten Acres if .y ITt'i1flI .

the ccmponv now' or on retircnintunder '
Silver Anniversary I luc Ravenlcr) pension plan Junior Hi-Lights '

These emplrjces are represented

in In virtually every fleet of crni WIIITE .
(Continued I Iron Pig One) BY LINDA: 5
mimlty; life They gene In )torah> Hello, .
ever, dome'mic demand for ('homl. !government: nn school boards. In Last week class officers for the

ell 1 cellulose inn Increased dra civic and fraternal orginl/atliM. clklith !grade: were elected] they & 'Wlb Y 'A 4 -
malicallv mid l Isle l
2) years ago the now mill wan ov"'n homes, pay taxes purchase Iclint. Eddie Justice: vice.prcsl. I*
rushed to tornplillm goods and services wltliln the eom dent. Pat Pcndlelon! : secretary

During the war years tin fir. mostly, and contribute to com- Irene ball Mrs Johnson:: presl

minima Division aknq! with ethel money cause. dent, LimU: White: vice.presldent .

Rdvonlcr mills, was la play nn Im Iicllvicuiallv: and\ clllleeiwly: they High Siuic: secretary Shan Bar. .

porlnnt rile In tin tuitions\ war, arc iurd! citizens, la Mrs Lee: president, Paul Sch ..
effort A pulp for use In smukiksspovrter rants; vice-president. John Cover,: '
was dl.\'cwllI'rt b\ Ins cum R\10\IFR: .'OlM(> \TiON kecrelaiy, Mirk Mirrls Miss Ro i .

puny'a research stiff and this! and Found In 1K:: :>2. the ItavunieiFcundatiin I belts: president. Loyd Uffleman.;; .

other Important uses fir cellutcse a ninpiofl orvnUa \iI'e.prl'&ldenl. beth Stewart, see .
kept the mill and III people busy: lion' stpprrts various levels of relary, Billy Stewart. \Mrs Webb;:

throughout the war years with the ed,icallen' through annual grant. ,II | president, Billy Giss; vice.presl.
surrender of Japan, mill produc.ttn I Under the Foundation County dent Ernie Davis

shlltcd to the manufacture of Plant Program a four.year col. I The second six weeks period will >>

chemical I cellulose for a Blowing )lego scholarship of (3000 Is be over Tuesday December 1, Re I .
peacetime economy an economy awarded! each year to a grad latlng port< cards will be Issued one week r
which has continued to grow high school senior In Nassau County from that date, I >>

throughout the yean Grants are made on the basis Have l Happy Thanksgiving''! J "

FOREST M \\ArFMEVTIMPORTANT : I of both scholastic and ('"Ir..rnl'rl. See you next week! : SWIVEL ROCKER
eular] achievement Need Is also ""e '
: cinsdered lo sonic extent In es. w FIIIL FOAM: LOOSE 711'1'LRKI mAT (IISIIIOV "

In the first )'I'rs of operation tabllshing cacti jears icelpicnl I Gatchel OutlinesContinued I Soft Attached Pillow link Choice of Vinyl or >>

the teinandina 140.00(1( acres PiviUin of timbcrliindin d..peudf'dupen / To date. nine such sihulaiihlps! ) from Page One) Fabric Choice cf Color Perfect For TV _ DELUXE TV RECLINER >>
Florida and GwrKla I to furnish have 01" in awarded for il'idy In'' ( r Viewing or Just Lounging fi: """"J.-z.'G'!!

the. bulk uf the mill:'i wood reqiiiromcnts such diverse fields as accounting. same work Is underway by the : *\\'.\Y TV MI ('JI'\NISM iP
Over the 'cars these leaching. bud manigcmcnt. fur.e'kn Engineers Soft Pillow Bark Choice of
> Army I ":'" YOUR CHOICE Vinyl or
supply service( and IIv\lernlllcntal ul- I credit for this to nearly .. 'c; /
Increased to He
Holdings! were fairs, pharmacy, commercial art gave riI1l .. M ..... \ Jo'lIhrlcin,1 Foam her( Spring
not only the Fcrnamlina mill but I visit by Col Paul Ramee of ConslrurlionChoice: of Colors.
the company't operations at Jesup I business administration and mechanical the U. S. Engineers Otfice at Savannah '

Georgia \t present, Rayonier engineering (Ithln whose district Ame. ;t''j: *, J

likings! comprise C62309 acres A number of undergrad: scholarships lia Island lies) whO came here : ( $

dither ov) "'ne-d In (fee crminaRed have been avvartol: tu very shortly after Hurricane f! .....,. ( 5 9 9S 1i
under long term !Il'asl' Them lands southern ccilleiet. Including till "Dura" hid subsided for an InSDirtlru H : :.V .1. \ .

are all managed lu insure pcrptt- Lnlver.illes of Hirul'i und Ccrr of the beach damage In. 1 _, I d.-.:;' ;oJ.. d. ...... .. \ ''. 'I
10-' -
ual tire crep yield,. gla, Crndualo Fellowships, rev Hie ted by this violent storm. r. ". IGI
Its forest 1 lands. the search grants' and special wants He also] mentioned I that 'Air- I
To Improve ;/
now operatic two nnscr have also been made by the Foundiitu force One". Preside Johnson I :/ BERitLINE !

lei company, tnc of which In located cta. n in surpurt cf these and other pan' had flown over the area glv- 'j Dr

and Cur: other' nt Glen. unhcrsites Speilal bcliiliishlp leg: the President an opportunity ...
lee Honda nurseries grails tie ass awarded each year to observe the devastation Inflicted .J'> F- .. (} Je rf'rft I
These I
I nvillc. Gcorfcia!: ,\ ""i; 0 ,
Future : {
tin tj Iweve! millien seedlings by the- Foundation through( the on our beach This. he said enabled >>

produce each scar which are used to Farmers tf America Amelis Island to be prompt. I, ] ....... >>

restock company lands. Tree plan:. LOOKING AHE4D ly declared by the President is a. I 1 j IIi'' ... >>
disaster area and thereby rendering ..
!Uigs to date a( tul some 141615000 had "Th past quarter! cf a century our bench eligible for emergency V,,, H-'It4!',.' If/.. '"--.- A' .
If these seedling; .. > .
seedlings .. r'JfJie//I
,. /
has been god: : not only Rayon. relief. II' (1Ji.t .
nis'c! ktraliht
III a \ !
been ptntcel from it. ler but lor Krnnrdnti: Beach. Sas He alms gave considerable credit i "t' '' '.
lett .
sow. each tree six ; >>
tau County and tic Slate if ( lir to the ]lowland Contracting lirm ,
would, : stretch
neighbor! the rrw : ,
Mr Riukdieil observed1 >>
Ida which was awarded the contract ---. .
ndes.The ..
neatly 161.01,0 71
though our future as a company and mention that three genera. I ..
Tmbet Duelon\ uniMiui) I t mlil Is tli'd lo our ability .f". "fJ
and js a Mane of Hew]lands had served In ,I ::4 .... 1
l I.< reel mitnlsors. "". ,
ul I I0011 buyers lo hold and win new markets for currying; on this type of constructs J ".tjf '"
area I'UII"> ," ..nd. fact' m:lnai: r', I iur products. In a veiy real] sense and who have a record of lint g k
.. hrui'ltuitrrtd' (l 'III f""lllinj( : ( the I
Is \ ] cur little emends upon c perilloi performance. In this particular .
frcach: 1\1. air m nm-lnu company aid support we receive field ;

Ijiids. and h.,mill wood prwuri [rim the l: c.mm,wily( thin kind of I The home base of the companyIs ... ._ aloft lir b th ,it I I to urinaiyi, ccrpu.ilnn and 1..ppl'rl. I' have ,' In Sea Bright New Jersey ? .1 tie .x-.I ":"' 'b. e' !!'
soullte .r.rt nM'ralep. ,lM, oil.cefives always. received dating the pastAri Two new Klwinlans were Induct :: .- : IIo.,' .
msistume, ] to Hdvul : ......
mjnai.' men: :3 Jon Zero.
years I ed Into mrmbcrshp, .
.al 11IId I ho.' r' Hin' 'oh-ut the if Suburban Shore Gas .. g
manager -
Hates Stall members me inv I ,., .f. ;
tile\ Co" gnu Dean Blanktnship newly ? .
,>lvcd in tui iniliumrnt pro. Center elected of Public''
i iI Superintendent
frame and the pra tlcc if genet trees." sdcsigutd Instruction of :Nassau' County, They PLATFORM ROCKER 2 = rFOAM

to produce iperior) Paw OneiH were Introduced to the member. _
I Continued from I I !
which. Sill nnti, e' more quickly, "'re. he supports his art by I I sh p by Thomas G Hull I I OVER SPRING CONSTKU) :\ iP
wand yield 1 >> i
jid ollcl max mi m nnd rend mil working aA a ship filter at the I Alter (giving the members a resume Keautiful Tapestry d.vtrsalnut or !II'i

a Fire piutcetiui two of Hit :Navyard instead if by fetching!! of the records and all Iin. hominy finish (holre of ( ol brlde.0 ccnstnicti art paintinii I as meet art 1st i. This I line menls of the two new members :i SWIVEL ROCKER{
winch the
ether funt Ions : :; i
Diany !Jail reviewed the accomplishments
of wrrk l Is more appropriate, I thanit
Timber' Division) (.OOP handlesMIPLOUES UTIZlViIvcarlv :: might stem, as his sculpture Isrompraril of f the local club since Its Incep- I I These Great Values AJI i\RI.Y: AMI-KUAN; ( I II POM) lllKHHihsHiiti !

ot bits! of seel from Ian, and Informed the new members I Carry TheGOOD ': (;.r.rni: /: 'p 'f!!'
: ; 78 (.1 I the mitt's employecs
I of what organization
served" with the companyfur such an unlikely material he the I It'll, loimIppered Kever iMe! ( aniline' ; lie: in* >>
hive .
delicate as well as heroic I Hands (fur and of Its motto and
create '
5 >'l'lIrJ or lorgir! Many have Die purpose' which It nerves In the < HOUSEKEEPING iful( Lirlymerlcun liiliric lo Select limn >>
pieces 47 i
Iron cmplojed at the mill mine its ( hone of Colors
Club members f
community Key
t>giniinu: 23 years age!! Al the hueserved present Mrs The. Jay Praying Hartels Mantis. 11 a on line loin rx by I I 'who woe guests( were Johnny DaVis SEAL OF APPROVAL! ia
:t0; t.tiplcwi
time and Harry Lee Mills r
\\'llh tic tomnany Iwi amp:e cf the n"rmi'r. His paint
110111'0.. ere art. ab" trait the colors DUC10AEAFOIyANC EOfFEOtJ
years have or nh1re.brl.nl'ith 14: men the cnirpniver ) warm and tropical In feeling I -'" e .. I

men twenty vear, 5J have staid This s:low may be seen through ;.T.: ?,TM'.; rt: PINES QoodHou MA: THEE
txtimbir nil; ..j \ "
'.fve < have can
twcnlv years I ( {/1j.iJ/IJ/ltilfl
tlility years with 'the romp my Startm- Sunday, December 13th : {: J.Stand Tall !.-, : .. o '" ..,
and Utica have computed 1 filrtv (hire will be on display a ,elrl'. j!I!!: tNT Oil .('UND i C ssACrM >> ,

live )cars The Jirnandma, Dvls! lion ii email piinnnm approp. J ut In Florida'sFuture 1 .
Ion can boast a number of wcfiiil idle fur Christmas Riving r 329 South 8th Street Phone 261-4383 it.t,

the sons and Events for the remainder of the j /
generation: !: cmplovces 101.unl'ul' be announced j I t If h IJ t; h N l f -= l h'l fi(ft; N Q; Qt ht'tQ; ;&Q: I \WXXA&WW&; : : ; : :\): : :'; :\); ;\\\\l\\;\ ; :\ : :\): :\)t ,:,If h << "


with Y ; rto a

. . . . _
. .....:. :" .I. 1 .r. t t''I II' .b'. I I.. .u. "L v' yp ," -a- .



Iaye eau' ,"n we.1.kRcItss! t C'l'I.ft"l11,1ii'AI'. : I, I Florida-Thin way, KorrmnVr 26, 1964 I
... .. ., .
- -, .- Stork Club
To Wed Friday

WMl ,:To Observe Mrs. Bert Maxwell Presents Program On I
Vows Nov. 7 I

WeekPsf Prayer Repeat! I!I"Younq'. American Mothers". At WSCS Meet Mri. t. R. Church of this city Metti Mr. of and Ttfton Mrs Ga E. ann"imee M. "Butch"the
Dec. e Through 13 I The Women' Society of Chrisi '; -- -- announces the approaching m r.rlane birth of a ion. William David on ,
i tlan Service of Memorial Methodist of her daughter Louise Roberta November 23. Master Melt welfth./ '

The wiwan'i Missionary Unionof Church met Monday Novem Five Points WMU to Michel Turner Chapman f ed Ibs. 13 on. Mri. Melts l li tics

the Wwt" Baptist Church will ber 23 la Parish Hall. General son of Mr and Mri. T. T. Chap. former Diane Mem daughter of.
be observing the annual Foreign Meeting man of Jacksonville Mr. and Mri. W E. Merit. Paternal
Prior to the meeting the Myrtif
MlRRlcn Sut-k or Prayer Dt>et'm. iCbll I Held November 19 The wedding will be an event of grandparents are Mr and Mrs,
Butsesi Circle was hostess for "
ber 6 'UtraiiKh' 13, and many In. ... lor members and guests. Friceev' November 27 at eight /"ti) Emory Melts\ also of this city.
spiring Jljd Interesting program The general meeting of the! Five I o'clock IB the chapel of the First .,. > Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Craig of
are planuuiri for (the week The program under the direction'(rl P"lnti Baptist Church WMU. Baptist Church. : 7 ; Five Points announce the birth ofa
I q fT of Mrs Bert Maxwell was opened] was, held November 19 at the .
RPV. QJ'lhy A Smith missIon. Fe .df No Invitations are being sent .4. ion Robert Todd, on November
with the devotion taken from Proiverbs
try to K. iadiir, will' speak at the 'n "The Young American Mother church- i but all Irlcndi and relatives of the .. .. !. tJ*' 22 at St. Luke'i Hospital In Jacksonvllle. .

Sunday mniiig worship aorvlce T e'Ice president Mrs. Florf couple are Invited' to the ceremcny "' The little lad weighed S
On Mix, lw ay at 10.04.m.{ a spe. Who Is She! was the topic 'nte Carter presided over the I find reception Immediately follow. Ibs. 2 ots .I ,
and concluded with two J
cUl pintirnm will' be presented: by was poema."A I meeting wit hfrs.! Lillian Still tog, I II the Social Hall of the Mr and Mri. Dennis Davis arethe
Mother, and "The Housewife ;
various JJ-dci) and Rev Smith art leading In prayer. church / [lr : proud parenti of a daughter
Due absence of Mrs F,
to the B.
'_ ihnlk Those November
will glv drawing at Ink present were Mrs. Flor. Denis Marie born on '
Dickens Mrs. T W. Oil. .
president ,{ Memorial Hos.pltal.
mooting eqce Carter. Mrs Wlllamena Woman's Club To : 6 at Humphreyi

Tuesday afternoon at 8:43: p.m.. ver presided over the business Brarell.: Mra. Cleo Braddock. Mrs The little lady weighed, 7... .
which she wel.
all Britlirrhood members and their meeting Martha Hleri !Mrs Pat Ly. I I Honor New Members pounds and one half ounce
corned those and
wives \Ol I.U. members and their present requested i poet Mrs. Ruby Emtcrllng. Mrs Mrs. Davis Is the former Miss
that members offer silent I At Christmas Tea
a prayer I of Mr and
husbandw-wlll attend a covered Claudia Hlckox Mr,. Mildred Toni Crosby dauRhler
at the lost of faithful member,
dish followed with talk Hlcki Mrs Margarine Johnson Mrs. T. Y. Crosby Pulcrnnl
lupprr a
rJ4p4 Mr,. J. B. Thompson The Womsn's Club Christmas
and slides by Rev. Smith at 7;80 i Mrs Evelyn Clack. Mr., Pat Bry. Tea Is to be held Wednesday Dec. grandparents are !Mr. and( Mis.
p.m. .., k It was announced the Ella Har. [Icon, Mrs Lillian Still. Mrs. Paul. Claude Davis.
ember 2 3 o'clock and will
dee Circle will M.Y.F. -
At the Wednesday evening wore / serve sup- Ine Galnes Mrs Carolyn Rey. --
ht honor the new members. They,
chip sewlpe: at 7:30.: a special) per In November and the Edith I nolds Sirs\ Mary Harper Mri together with Mri L E. Sellers,
film "Who Follows the Flood Circle In December Beatrice Blalock and Mr, Ruby Miss Sandra To Wed
be shown' King" will ) Mri. Oliver read a letter of gratitude Carter. president, and Mrs H. J. Allison Levy .
chairman of the Membership Com.
from Mlsi Mary Thompson,
The circles will present the pro. I The meeting was closed with a mlttee will form the receiving
In appreciation of the many favors Mr. and Mri. Maurice M. Levy I to follow
gram On.'"Thursday at 10:00 a.m., received: at the recent loss of her prayer by Mrs Brazcll. line. of Jacksonville formerly of Yu-I Slta LeVY Is a graduate of Yu.

and on Friday, Meditation and mother The Senior Citizen will be special toe announce the forthcoming lee High School. The bridegroom-

Prayer services will be held at'' !Mr\ and Mrs.\ Robert WilcoxIn Mri. Hale Sheffield secretary of Gordon Ellis Is guest for this meeting Sirs marriage of their daughter San. elect graduated from Andrew

1000; fcfcX and S:00 p..m. In the Student Work, announced plant are Guest At B. B. Wilson Is chairman of the dra Lee to Paul Edward Rowles Jackson High at Jacksonville

Chapel. All members are urged a lovely fall wedding at the I I chiffon poised over rustling "I Do" being made for a Holiday social Speaker Gerontology Committee. son of Mr. and Mr,. Daniel W.

to take time out for prayer some Five Points Baptist Church on taffeta The fitted bodice featured for all college itudents, to be held Founders ClubThe Mrs. James Dunnam will give Rowlei. "If we expended ai much time

time during. these hour. The nur. November 7. Mini Mary Frances a scalloped neckline retmbrolder.cd December 27 at the Recreation a Christmas reading and the Marriage vowi will be taken by preparing( for success as we dedicate

sery will. be open from 10:00 to Gent daughter/ of Mr. and Mrs In silk .Igurlne designs., The Center Student from all local Founders Garden Club met music committee will present the couple at the Norwood Freewill to the requirements of failure,

11.00 o'clock on Friday morning Joseph Russell Tyson became the ; waltz length skirt, falling In loft churchci are Invited for an evening I at the home of Mrs, Joha Hardee Christmas selections. Baptist Church Jacksonville, on the welfare agencies would be

bride of Robert Eaton Wilcox Va. fullness from the natural w.la"'line. of Fellowahlp. on Friday, November 20, with Mri, December S at eight o'clock. competing for customers." Douglas .

Past Matrons and lied States Army. was Interspersed with match. Mri. W. F. Beugnet! announced T. W. Brown and Mrs Sammy Plan the to Inspiration attend and you need will recelve for- Friends and relatives are Invited Mcador Matador (lTexr) TrU ;

The bridegroom Is the ion of tag designs. Her elbow l length veil the World Friendship Group li pre. Saylor, Sr, serving ai co-koeteea.ea the Holiday Seasons.Hitchcocks you to the ceremony and reception bune.

Patron's: Schedule Mr. and Mrs Jim Wilcox. Sr. of silk Illusion was held to a Crown paring basked to be delivered to _a

Initiation Saturday The Rev. George Robinson to'- of sequins and seed pearle by.I needy families on Thanksgiving Guest for the afternoon was Mr

mer pastor performed the double spray of Illy-of-the-valley. She car- Their next regular meeting will be Gordon Ellis who gave a most Interesting ElectedTo

The Pst t Matrons and Past Pa. ring ceremony at four o'clock In rled a bouquet of white chrytan.themums held December 2. talk about pruning and Office On Han TheatrePhone

Irons and of Chapter 55. Order o( the afternoon and pompons accented Mrs R. E. Flncannon will be In care of shrubbery.The .

Eastern Star will hold an Inltla. Mr. Faye Bats rendered a pro. with white satin ribbons caught In charge of the program "The Blr. I members answered the roll LaGrange CampusTed .

lion of fiiembers not already Inlt. gram of nuptial music at the piano Sweetheart bows thday of A King" at the Decem. call by telling of things for which 281-4849 C. E. Beach Mgr

dated on Saturday November 28 as the guests assembled and accompanied J. T. Carter served as best man her 14 meeting of the W.S.C.S. at they were thankful Hitchcock and Miss Judl _

at the Hftsonlc Temple at 730; p.m.' Leonard Lyons as he and ushers were Jim Wilcox Jr. 8 p.m. The Edith Flood Circle will The reports of the secretary and Hitchcock son and daughter of ,,

All members are urged to at sang/'Becauaa" and "The Lord's and Charles Wilcox brothers of the be hostess for the Christmas Tea treasurer were read and announce. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Hitchcock i Friday fir Saturday
y tend. Prayer" bridegroom. at thin time.Popular. have been elected to office In their ,
;: menti concerning the flower show
respective fraternity and sorority NOVEMBER 27 & 28
White basket of mums and glad. Immediately following the cere. April 10 and 11, were made. The

toH against banked greenery and mony, a reception was held at the November Founder Club will be In charge at LaGrange College I Friday 7:30: Saturday 2:30: & 7:30: .. .
*. Op.nThanksgiving potted palms provided a lovely! kme of the brlde'a pareata. of the Snack Bar Ted Is vice-president of Panhel-
for the Bride-Elect Feted lenlc Council and Judl Is serving
etttaf wedding party.
Mri. Betty Wilcox and Mrs Mrs W. R. Price will be repre. "THE OLD DARK HOUSE"Friday .. .
Day Mrs. Patsy R Bryson was thebride' ai secretary of Alpha Phi Beta.
Grover Conner presided at the At Shower Thursday tentative for the Christmas lighting
matron of honor and
punch bowl and Miss Frankle Gent contest and Mrs. W. A.. Pyron 9:11: Saturday 4:11: & 9:11:
Saving Turkey attendant. She wore I frock of pink sister of the bride and Mri. Mau- Miss Shirley McKendree lovely will be chairman of the Arbor Day
silk chiffon over taffeta. Her head.
served cake. bride-elect of November 26, was PersonalsDean
"'' rene Stroupe program
piece was a matchlag pink bow "SO DEAR TO MY HEART"SUNDAY
Bring The with Mill Gent caught her sister's honored with a miscellaneous !Mri. John Wlllli will be the
accented circular veil and
",hole Family bouquet.For shower on Thursday November guest speaker at the December
the carried a bouquet ef pink car.nations Oxley, Jr arrived today
their wedding trip the 19, In the Social Hall of the First meeting, and will give a demonstration .
Interspersed with Illusion from LaGrange College to spend
Surf Restaurant bride chose a becoming melon Ak. Baptist Church I
on flower arrangements The
poufs and satin streamers. the Thanksgiving holidays with his
line dress of soft wool. She wore The hall wn decorated with
I member will exchange potted
Given In marriage by her father parents Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Ox-
Pier black ftcccisorlei, and the corsage magnolia branches, pink and white plant, not to exceed one dollar In
Actlss Ocean the bride was never lovelier thanIn carnations .' 1 NOVEMBER:\ 29
from her bouquet.Out camelllai, and gladtolas.
I price at this meeting ley.Jimmy
her of white silk
-.1. of town guests Included Mr The windows were adorned Delicious refreshments I Mitchell arrived Tuesday 2:30: & 7:30:
-- were served
and bloc. J. J. Edenfleld Lake with arrangements of magnolia' the hostessei. from Florida State University to

Butler Mr. and Mrs. Grover Conner leaves with white candle White by i spend the holidays with hit par.

PUCE US BEFORE YOU BUYI! Starke Mr and Mrs Jim Wll- wedding bails were placed all/ cute Mr. and Mri. James 0. Mil. "BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI" ?

cox Jr., Gainesville Mrs Robert points of Interest throughout the ,Miss McKendree, shell and family. I
L. Stroupe and Linda Stroupe, room. .01, James Williams Dr. and Mrs B. F. Woolsey were

Jacksonville Miss Boots Robinson, Corsages were presented to the in Orlando on Thursday and Friday
, WALTERS FURNITURE I, Lake Butler and Mr. and Mrs I bride-to-be her mother Mra. C.. To Wed Saturday of last week. While there Dr. Wool. TECHNICOLOR -

Jacob Hampton and Carole Ann A. McKendree and the groom'i soy attended a birth control seminar .
of Miss
11829 NORTH MAIN STREET Waycrois Ga.Popular mother.. Mri. J. A. Williams. The wedding Shirley sponsored by the State Board ----.--. --
: I Ann McKendree to James Anon
I The guests. were entertained' of Health and the Planned Parent. I i ihoodWorld
: "Your North Jacksonville Furniture, Dealer"Name with several appropriate bridal 'Williams will be solemnized Sat. Population; also a pm.gram .
November 30, at
award.ed i to aid healthworker
contests with prizes being designed public
: Brand Merchandise i Bride-Elect Is to Mri. Juanita Campbell and 'o'clock' at the First Baptist Church, I In providing health service Ward
The bride-elect I li the daughterof Montgomery
S We Give Personal Service and Mri Diane Griffin continuity to migrant farm work.
Honored At Shower I The array of gifts received by Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McKendree. I era I
MC. Williams li the ion of Mr. '
: Savings Too Miss Brenda Townsend popularbrlde.elect I the honoree were placed on a table and Mrs. John D. Williams Pfc David Arthur Dunman re.
centered with a brides doll with turned Korea this week and PHILLIPS HIGHWAY PLAZA
| to
: Free DeliveryCall of December was hon. All friends and relative are I
I background of pink and green Mri. Betty Brlce and children to
ored with miscellaneous bridal the
a cordially Invited to ceremonyand
: Collect For Free" Decorating shower given on November 12 at foliage. 1 I reception to follow In the Social their home In Wllllamsburg. Va. JACKSONVILLE FLA. FL 9-2711

: Service the hrme of Mrs r.. S. Grant. Co. Assisting Miss McKendiee In Hall of the church. after spending a month here at the
hostesses were Mrs. Maude Smith opening the many lovely and use. home of their parents Mr. and

4- Area Code 305 Phone 765.5558 and Mrs Frank Lambrlght. ful gifts were her mother and I I Mrs. M. ,W. Dunman Bailey Rd.

The pearly; rooms were handsome. Mri Griffin who kept the gift I II Mrs. Goolsby Has They were called to Fernandina HOME IMPROVEMENT SALE

I ly decorated with amngemenli of I register Class Meeting Ati Beach at the death of their sister
refreshment table was attraetively I II
The Mrs Joyce Dunman Wilson.
and yellow fall flowers.
Upon] arrival the honoree waspresented decorated with lighted I i,I Home I In NovemberMrs. Mrs. E. V. Garcia has returned Complete Installationand

r with a corsage.!! I I white candles In crystal punch holders bowl Thomas Goolsby was hostess home from the Naval Hospital In

Several bridal games were play. with a Urge crystal magnolia leaveland to the Mary Allen Davis Bible Jacksonville where she was con. ,
ed and prizes won' by Mrs. Dar. encircled with Class of Memorial Methodist fined for two months with a bert
camellias. Delicious pink I
win Smith Mrs. Fred Townsend I pink and white :I Church at her home on November condition I
and' pink
punch pretty
mother of the bride-to-be Mrs I Mils Margie Brewton li home
and mints were
CONGRATULATIONS Mike Pikulv, and Mrs. Ken Fore. bridal cakes the nuts guests. 10.Mre. Herbert Luke presided at from Columbia College to spend .,
served to fifty Service
hand Hostesses were Mrs. Homer I the business meeting, opened) with the holidays with her parents. Dr. Remodeling

Refreshments of punch? cake, I Rowe Mrs. Cd Brlnion Mrs the devotional by Mrs. Mary A. and Mrs. Cecil Brewton and tarn '
nuts and mints .were served fromthe
I Ad. ment. lly. I
: TO < : ;"i. t 'it: 1. "' dining table which was cover.)i klnit.Paul hire.totspelch.F"atPII Mri Tomllnwiand Tommy ||I It was voted that the class have Mr. and Mrs Phil Williams ar. 1 j* Roofing I V I I V I'1'
L : : < 'A IMadnLfaJ cutrworkcblltMine <
ytyW i vjtti
I | 'ff.f' ". t( 1't. jd ; the t 1''MnE.| R, Boun!a.G.A.'s a Christmas party and gift exchange rived today from their home InElklns -< .
Townsend was, r
: : 'cep.1 December
v !: at the meeting at West Virginia to spend ,
lent of many beautiful and the home of Mr,. Content PartlnMri. several weeks with their daughter I Kitchens
girts. i I and i T. W. Brown, treasurer, Mrs. R. N. Alday and family.

RAYONIER INCORPORATED Mrs The Barbara following Gray guests Mrs attended Barbara: "Mudoma of !i been reported sent that the a Cancer gift of Society$5.00 had in McCall "Chip" Oxley li home I, Awnings fY fT.

Burton Mrs Frances Lewis Mrs The Lion Country"The I memory of Mrs Thelma Thomp. from Western Carolina College to
Doris Howard. Mrs Carrie Alvarez | spend the Thanksgiving holidayswith
Screen Gr Cabana Rooms
I son. hit mother Mrs. Margaret *
Mrs. Imogens Smith Mrs. Mary | Girl' Auxiliary meeting Delicious refreshments were served II
Thlcrnc Miss Ruth Bryant. Mrs twelve was Oxley. and other relatives.
: ON ITS ji. ages nine through to the thirteen members pre
Walker Ccmson, Mrs Ruth Thorn. held Wednesday November 18. In'' !Mrs. E. P. Wilson Jr. had asher Siding f\\17"

ton. Mrs Virginia Peters Mrs the Social Hall of the First Bap. house! guests on Tuesday of

June Ramsey Mrs Dun Heafner tint Church. ent.Miss last week her mother Mr. Wil. ,
Mrs Mildred Thornton. Mrs. Hat. The study entitled "Mudoma of I Gwen TaylorIs Ham W. Stewart and Mrs. Gait Windows *

a 25th BIRTHDAY tie Morris Mrs Melba Savior, the Lion Country" a very Informa. Feted At Bridal Gook oi Jacksonville, and Mrs.

Mrs E'lzabcth! Fullwood Mrs. Ruth live and Interesting dory of life I Jesse Lambert of Miami I,

i Forl'hand.tn.! Elizabeth Knight! In Akamba, East Africa, was Shower November 16 j Miss Lyn Wilson freshman at : Complete Guarantee on MaterialsAnd

i Mrs Frances Bunch !Mrs Gloria :taught. Akamba li located between I bride-elect Wesleyan! College In Macon Georfcia ,
Miss Gwen Taylor :
Brazell Sir,.
Plkiiln. Mrs Dorothy Nalrobe. I
and Thanksgiving
Aruska the
wlli spend
of December 6. was honored with
i Townsend. !,
: Evelyn Smith and Mrs !Mrs J. B. Newsome counselor a delightful bridal shower on Nov. holidays with her parents Mr. and ; WorkmanshipMAIL

of the nine and ten year girls of. ember 16 The shower was elves Mrs. E. P. Wilson Jr. Lyn was ,

Miss Patty Beckham fered the opening prayer Mrs at the Taylor home by Mrs. Jessie I recently honored In an assembly
: Celebrates Birthday Marlene Heather and !Mrs. Evelyn Wrench, and her daughter/ Sybil. for honor students at Wesleyan. COUPON BELOW TO:

Wilson counselors for the eleven The refreshment table was over. Mrs. Sonny Durham attended a
With CookOutMiss and twelve year group presentedthe laid wllh a white cloth centered Hair Fashion Show held at the

I FOR CONTINUED PROGRESS j study using poster to Him. with the punch bowl surrounded I Robert' Meyer Hotel on Sunday. MONTGOMERYWARDPHILLIPS

Palsy Ann Betkham cele. Irate the customs habit and ways with fern and white flowers. Garlands Frank G. Lambright, Jr., presently ,

braced her sixteenth birthday IIh I of living of the families In thli part of fern caught up with pink stationed at the Key West'I HIGHWAY PLAZA

a cook-out held at the home of her of Africa which Earl B. Martin. satin bows encircled: the table. \ Naval Air Station spent the week. I

f brnthrr-in-law and sister, Mr. and Author and Missionary dlscrlbcd Individual cake squares, Cokes end here with his parents Mr. and JACKSONVILLE FLA.r .

Mrs. Nerle Holland. so poignantly In this book. nuts and) mints were served to the Mrs F. Q. Lambrlghl. Sr. i
Hamburgers, cake and Cokes, The Royal Ambassadors' nine : )'
i thirty five guests Mrs Mebel Milton left Jackson. .
I - -
and their
were served on the patio through twelve years Bridal Bingo and other games vllle by plane today to spend the j I-

BUCCANEER LAUNDRY & Mitts Dcckham opened her many leader Paul Ewing were guests were played and prizes awarded to Thanksgiving holidays In Elizabeth. :: I 310NTGOMERY.WARD I
I gifts after which she and her guests for this occasion the winner town Ky. with her son-in-law and ,

enjoyed dancing for the remainder During! a brief Intermission, refreshments The honoree received many lovely daughter Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Jenkins. i I I HOME IMPROVEMENT:\ DEPT I'
of 1 the evening. of punch and cake were .
I and useful gifts | I I
Alone with the thirty gucsti served to the fifty members and Friends of Ernest Valero will be | :

DRY CLEANERS Mrs Marion Beckham. mother or'' guests present by Mrs. Frances j If all of the pulpwood delivered I glad to know he will return home I NAME.. .. ...,. ....,.. --.,.......... ..... -.. ,
the honoree and her brother Wil- Cooper and Mrs. Melba Sayler by trucks to Rayonler'i reman- Thursday from St. Vincents Hos. '

I Ham were In attendance counselors with the nine and ten 1 dies division bad beea delivered, at pltal In Jacksonville where he underwent 8 ADDRESS _,.... ........ = ...........:. I

year old girls. one lime the trucks: would have surgery.Bualneu I :
Sire C. V. Sheffield returned The meeting was dismissed wKH made motorcade long enough to Icily _?

Monday from Jacksonville where, prayer by Mr. Ewing. reach more than 13000 miles and la a lot like a game. of I L. _ . ..t
she spent a few days following a cover one traffic lane on Ur'r of tennis those who don I serve
I to Orlando and Miami with John Klarer left Saturday '
trip Mrs. all paved highways l In Florida. well end up losing
Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Wood. for several week visit In Tallahassee I I FREE ESTIMATES

She was accompanied home by with her son-in-law and Wise people believe half of what -

/,., w Mrs. Mary Farwell who was her daughter Dr. and Mrs I. B. liar. Trdt At tome.. they hear wiser ones know I,
guest for several days. risen and family. I which half to believe j I


. .. . .. . .
-> L. . . . . .... . .

. . . . . .',

A .i4Nider. !'I'III'HI1I1HI''n' : ; "' ('rcu-: UIIIII\, oseust r.LU, Wf.l4. t'IIJl rI's'
.. .:..: .

I Bureau Adopts ..
.. .
New Resolutions !

I GAINESVILLE: Pollcy-mak. '.... I

Ing derision were the main ordcr ::
I of bunlncxs for delegates to ,
I I he 21rri anneal meeting rf the
1 Florida Farm Bureau Federation .
In Orlando last week.
I Some 500 delegates of Flnrlda'i t
M County Farm Bureau pissed
1e over 50 resolutions, representing /

Ql ex the official I stand of the atatr'i "
largest farm organization on var.

IT WAS A MIGHTY HAPPY BIRTHDAY for Don Lancaster shown at the helm of lom issues.Previsions. lH'I ;

his sleek cabin cruiser, gift from the "Mrs" and the children. The youngest Lan- of the slate's present ,
tales tax law which
aster Todd In helping; Daddy try out the new craft as Herb White stands by. $ collection of sales tax prohibit nn mIll the PI'. I

Wyman Hutches front, holds 14e! ) lookout "n itI"n a* Haslet Thomas maneuvers Ms 111' utilized In the production' or I v; 4"f'

craft alongside/ / Don I I" fine .of the many happy boaters who entoy the recreation manufacturing of consumer pro. 0 ..d''

rfforifed here by the limitless waters' surrounding Fernandina Beach and Amelia ducts, were endorsed by delegates a '

Island!. yIp"6't :_
Along the tame line, members I

tr tural demands In the American society i he I I. considered able to drive a (Indicated they thought an overall s ?1 1
revision of exiting' hnmcslcad '
The birthday celebrated! Sunday/ Is the adolescent' establish car, marry, own property, drink tax laws exempllon Thin ouNtandln terhnico'or motion. picture On
bv Don Lsncs'ter was worth waitIng Ing of Independence from his fam alcoholic beverages, and carry hIauidrer/
: The River Kwai" ,,11be\ shown at the Ilan 11em Sunday -
man hardships i
37 year frr the gift fwrni ily. This usually ends In the e tab. firearms. During adolescence, the )z4 I
I avoided November 29 The movie stars Holden
his wife and children, a W-fnot Ilshment of a separate home Often, family has less and less Influence only
Cobb tPlV cahln cruiser, with however, there are violent conflicts In his actions, while his peer have t In their opinion, a sales tax and Alec Guinness' .
Inhnard-nulhoard Johnson meter before this ultimate separation. In more and more. Parents turningto program la the only equitable way --- -- -

The ,"sumrlie" was delivered! other cultures, separation may be the relled-upon family dishwasher to allow each person In the! state Charles A. ''forces to rapidly transport large
from the factory by Herb White, I easier or more difficult In the prl. suddenly find that he has pressing I the opportunity to share In pro. Loptein i I I number of troops and all their'equipment .

following a birthday cookout at the inltlve Arapesh culture, for exam. homework Some adolescent i 4 :Lcf'(1p 1$ viding/ necessary state services Visits Eurooean Area get them ashore, and'
Lancaster home Sunday evening.A pie, the line Is Invisible between have the curious I ability I to develop Delegates: stated that If additional maintain I them for as long at ne.
lame birthday cake decorated I pedcnce and Independence. deafness at convenient moments. a ct a 1 revenues become absolutely necessary Following Exercise I< cesssry It also trained the forces
with fishermen was served after Ing for Independence begins at de'l Then conflicts! become more specific. I ,, they would favor this approach I'of' both countries In (conducting
the steak dinner cooked on the age of six or seven. The Including: I "provided It applies to STEEL PIKE IFHTNC) )joint operations

['patio spouse I I. selected by eight or nine; I 1. Issues Involving greater adolescent consumer purchases by all the Charles A. tontlen, chief hospitalenrpamnn
I > Ills unit was part of the assaultfarce
Enjoying the occasion with Mr. j by the age of ten or eleven, a girl's demands for Independence; !I&/ people. L'SN son of Mr. and I
'j Lancaster and their children were, I I future husband Is Just like an old. 2. Issues Involving childish be. ,.Rccfftrn On commodity Issues, Farm Bureau Mrs, Cecil C Loptlen of 523 South during the operation.

.'n. Jessie Mlxin and son Kevin er brother to her. In-laws ire havlor on the part of the adolescent delegates urged: Fletcher Ave, Is visiting eorts In

, I}Mr, anc1 Mrs. Ben Sorenscn Mr. I treated by both as an additional 5.: F Formation of a Florida Peanut the European area following parllclpatlot. /Y.4
and Mrs Bill Sutton, Mr and Mrs. family. The boy, supported In his The former Includes argumentsover Communion to promote the sale In the largest amphibious -:
Bunt l Crisp Mrs Laverne Jacobs, I early years by his parents Is expected the time the adolescent gets of this commodity financed by a combat training<< exercise In -N91fw"u
d I Mr. and Mrs Mavhugh Scott, to support his parents In In at night, who uses the family "peanut tax" of tl per ton. the Atlantic since World War 11, "
( Frank Lancaster, Pop Mattern, their old age. He rests secure In car and when, and the right to Vigorous opposition to reduction He Is serving with the First t Bat.
i Glynn Hughes, Johnny Swarm knowing that he himself will be choose his own friends. The latter of tariffs on fresh or processed tallon, Sixth Regiment, Second' I ONLY:
I supported by his sons In his later --- I Marine Division, Camp Lejeune,
Tony Morkasas, Norman Luclo and Includes parental objections to noisiness citrus fruit. '
Mr. and Mrs, Herb White years. untidiness, teasing brothersand All milk and milk products shipped N, C.
On the other hand. In the Mun- sisters, silliness, and shirkingof 'Tis A Month Before ChristmasBY Into the Mate be required to I The operation, called "Steel t 'CANPRENT

dugumor tribe separation Is Infinitely home duties. If each both the meet the same health standards Pike", featured U. 8. and Spanish '
EssaysFreedom more difficult. Mothers are parent and the adolescent, would At'NT MISTLETOE'TIs required for Florida produced Marines' landing from landing )|
hostile toward their own dough- give in a little and form a compromise in full regalia and all Id good milk. I craft and helicopters of a combined .

was the general subjectfor ten, and father are belligerent life would be that much easier a month before Christmas, cheer! The Secretary of Agriculture I U. -Spanish Fleet of 94 vol.els FOREST
<< towards their tons. The father looks for both. On the whole, the ado), and all through the Town Santa In his fur and crimson suit, determines fluc-cured; :tobacco which Included l ships of the
the weekly essays written by with fear his sons as enemies Will be there to hear the children United Slates Military Sea Trans FIRES
upon escenls whose parents have been Not a creature Is ready, not evena surpluses by and administer quotas ,, !
the 91 h grade students of Mrs Ma who are waiting to fight for his overly dominant In the past are clown so rule! by separate types. port Service and chartered ships
bel Milton's English class at FBI1S. possessions when they grow up. likely to be meek and submissive; ; Some will have their picture made; Establishment of a separate To. of the U S. Merchant Fleet.
\ Therefore, the sons ally themselves when Independence Inevitablycomes The stockings are unpicked from other preferring to sell or basso Stabilization Corporation If I The mock assault on the beachesof ,

A number of the essays follow: I to their mothers while the their daughters it will only be after heavy In their hopes boxes that St.with Nicholas care soon Friends trade will meet from near and It would serve any useful pur Southern Spain was staged by -
find sanctuary near conflicts. On the other hand, the !
pose. Marines of the Second Marine Division 1.
A TEENAGER INTERPRETS will be here: far; coming by bus and motorcar I II .
FREEDOMBy fathers. The sons and daughtersare child who has already! obtained The children ire excited knowing I An amendment to the Sugar Act, Second Marine Aircraft ,
mutually suspicious of each some status In his family as an Independent Increasing the marketing quota Wlau ant.; Force Troops, Fleet Ma.
Jimmie Saunderson I full
I well All will exchange good! cheer and
other; therefore, a person of one whose opinions the rlne Force
person from Atlantic
for mainland sugar cane along with a
Our' freedoms limited for I That Santa Is coming to hear fun; enjoying treats and fancy
are a well
sex cannot get along very
are respected, and who Is loved present level to 1,300000! Ions, I biitlnllon of Spanish Marines.
reason. These restrictions are for with a person of the opposite sex by his parent, can be expected to them tell: eataWhen Amendments to the Agricultural "Steel Pike" showed'the ability -
our own good and we should be of the same age. When separation What to bring them for Christmasand Santa bids farewell and the I TRADE AT HOMiCongratulations
weather well the storms of ado) Marketing Agreement Act to per. of the U. S. and Allied amphibious --
glad care enough how good the've been magic spell Is over, ,
our parents It Is violent.American
comes essence mit Inclusion of such Class t base 1- -----
about'us to set them. Often we And Mom In her fashion and Dad Hearts will be lighter and more
culture, however plan In a Federal Milk Marketing
don't agree with the limitations MY INTERPRETATION OF with his cigar at ease;
set upon us; yet, later the reason !I comes apcsh and somewhere Mundugumor between the Ar'l I FREEDOMBy (Have It all planned to attend St. For Santa will know better how Order under as that desired order by the producers

becomes obvious. When this happens I Gordon Dressier Michael's Bazaar; to please -
for of the Florida poultryIndulltry'
Training Independence
looking lit'' Where booths will be laden with His MAGIC EAR will be crammed Support
usually are
we Freedom
Is wonderful but
a thing,
early. The most Important step !II I request that poultry
the present only and not at the fu.1 It has different Interpretations gifts and toys full of wishes: I :: :
comes last but It Is too late and i many sanitary Inspection and regulation
top I II I For Santa to select for good girls Gopd boys, trains, and little girls,
'Some expect
ture. parents may I too big, and there are not any de. If one were to look In the diction : ; be the responsibility of the Florida r .
much. of us teenagers. Also par. !I under the word "freedom and boys; dishes; .
ary one :
finite steps In between The Ara I Commissioner\ of Agriculture.
ents may be too loose with our restrict would find a definition something For Grandma and Grandpa to All will have a souvenir picture To .: .
posh culture has definite steps, Laws be enacted as soon as
.. .
Ions, and spoil us young peo I each step recognizing the adolescent' like this: <"The stale of being freeor shop at ease to keep, possible requiring the labeling., of

pIe. These two types of parents Increased Independence At completely free" One must re Under the mistletoe, II'they Others decorations, baubles, and all Imported meat at the consumer i RAYONIERINCORPORATED
may lead teenagers to Juvenile del allze, of course, that there be please wreaths;
a certain age, a certain ritual Is can level to show country of origin. .
of the :I Friends and Neighbors, all should Sogle will have and .
inquency. These are some performed. Ritual completed, the no complete freedom In the world. gifts prizes That farmers not be denied the
reasons a parent should be "In be. ,' adolescent has advanced to a Even the wild animals that live by make readyTo galore, right to market their products! i
tween" Instead of an extremist. attend the festivities with great Most a toy er more -
higher step In society/ and Is awarded the "law of the jungle" find that everyone because of voluntary membership _
Unless I there Is a reasonable doubt I i I the accorded privileges. they are held back by nature's own endeavor; The Joy'of Christmas will pervade; In a marketing-bargoining association. .
we teenagers should go along with About all American society has to I laws. In democracy however man For Lo and behold Christmas All will be merry and non dis w :

our restrictions and enjoy life made I offer are a number of laws, vary. has come as close as possible to Magic.. will appear _. mayed! I In other resolution actions, delegates and their employees
restrictions --- -
better by these ing from one state. For freedom. Under the Constitution of I supported an amendmentof
A TEENAGER INTERPRETS I'' there are sizeable examPle'1 I the United Slates, the freedom of' freedom than any other generation Isfleld People, In lands where they the U. S Constitution to allow the .: :

FREEDOMBy state to state at which an alodes- '; citizens is guaranteed, This Is very The parents of today's teens place are not allowed any freedom, are stales to apportion at lent onelegislative on
Diane Davis cent becomes legally responsible I good because it allows every clti. too much trust In them; this often house according I to '
still fighting to It, because It
One of the most Important cul for his actions. In the age at which ten to do as he pleases, but when I I leads to trouble. A child allowed gain area; mandatory retirement of all Silver Anniversary :
'I! a person hurts his fellow man and I to go wherever and whenever he can not be "caged or bottled up";; federal judges, Including Supreme' .
I take too much advantage of free. wants usually ends up In an embarrassing It Is an eternal fire on which the Court justices, at age 70; and a'' of the Fernandina Division'
In, dom. It Is then that he Is unjust situation, more often than structure of humanity Is formed redefinition of the meaning
I To prevent this, civilized man has I lone who has certain restrictions on The "wild party" was, In a way, "freeholder" from "property own.Ier" |I
made a set of laws that permit times and places for fun. Also a form of rebellion from parental to "property owners who pay'
J r freedom as long as a person does i teens sometimes get to "lun a- authority Young people are nut fora property. taxes."
I not harm anyone. Enforcement of I I round" because' their parents gym- thrill and will do almost anything These and other resolutions MAXWELL'S 5&10
L these laws Is the only thing that 1 I palhlze with them "All the other to get a, Not only do some adopted at the convention will be
1 I makes this kind of freedom work: kids are going Is a phrase win break the laws that govern" our used, to determine the official ,.
rt I I thus one should accept the law and I fits Into this category. Parents wl land but the laws of God which stand of the 33,000-member organization andDIXIELAND
not be ion critical. We, In demo. were deprived of certain prlvllegi rule our souls. Freedom can be during the coming year. |
cracy, should be proud of our free. as a child naturally, want the used la a way which will make our Resolutions nn matters affecting

C dom and thankful t that nutordered children to have everything thq land one of the strongest, or, Iffreedom national Issues will be forwarded ,, 5&10 .
around by a dictator) as I Is used wrongly. It can .
dldn This Is very unwise. An on to the American Farm BureiU I t I Is
1 some unfortunate people are. child undoubtedly, gets too mil make our country one of the weuk.eot. Federation at ,1patlonal ronjventlon ,1 "

A TEENAGER INTERPRETS I I freedom since his parents' hive : .> Perhaps the only way our '' : atPhiladelphia,: !In Doccm-I::: ", e .i- I > j i e
only one child to rear. This often : country can realize how good our lore. .
FREEDOMBy freedoms are Is to lose them! _.
leads lo.called
to a "spoiled brat"who - -- -- --
Mary Cook throws a temper tantrum ev. Young people of today might be the .

Whether you want a few At our age, many teenagers feel cry time something dorsn't go hit leaders of tomorrow, but will our .. ..
that we don't have enough freedom, I I way. II all teenagers/ were a little freedom last under the present rnf .
"shopping dollars" or a substantial, and sometimes they are right/ about more cooperative and undcrsta ,'.. conditions or will our country '. .

the this !Mont of us are as free and Ing with their parents, It would just fall apart, along with our
sum of money, you'Ulike Independent as anyone our age'I help lower the high rate of Juvenile souls f I HAPPY BIRTHDAY! :
I should be. We can't be as free 811 delinquents to a minimum ,
? way we handle everything. adults because we aren't adults THE FREEDOM OF OUR YOUTHBy l :

1 t So many teenagers complain that 1 I FREEDOM TESTED Mike Thwnan I .

every lime we want to do something ,I By Darlene Obsharskjr The youth of America today have :
someone Is always Interfering the most Important freedom ever TO
: I I Young! people of today have
It Is time that we realize that had by adolescents; the freedomto
this interference Is for our own i many freedoms which their ancestors decide what they're !going to be.

cash you need good Parents seldom deny us anything did not have, mainly because come, and what they're going to
The I except when they know thatIt times have changed Each generation work for. They can even decide RA
can be In your I would be bad for us The major. Is different because of the whether they're going to become YONIERi

almost a. je I Ity of teenagers/ don't want to be advances made by science In which religious or not, If they want to be I
hands the boss of the house, or have their dally life Is mode easier The eiders In certain field of research, thal'aall i
loon a. you ask for It! e every wish granted. Mont teenagers do not understand sometimes right If they want to be'
welcome their parents' suggestions because this age Is so much advanced "bums", that's all right, too. They
The teenager who refuses to I I over theirs; the ways of can decide whether they're going INCORPORATED
listen to his parents Is a child, life have changed Young people on to higher education, or only to
and should be treated as one. Sometimes have the ability to become fine, I have a good time In high school rr
we're given too much free. outstanding people of tomorrow, not to study. These latter fall of ,
dom; then the older generation with the freedoms they are allowed course Some parents give their
leans up toSMO considers us "wild" and wonders The usage of these freedoms youngsters too much freedom, and I MAY YOUR NEXT 25 YEARS ;

what the younger generation incoming depends on how young people ae. this Is a grave mistake !Some let''

.to. Sometimes parents cept them A "wild party" last them have the car any night, some i!
G.A.C. FINANCE won't give us enough freedom, month at the beach when a group! aren't concerned about how their IN FERNANDINA BEACH
then we become "rebels" When we took advantage of freedom to get young people are doing In school
CORPORATION become "rebels" or "110 wild." together for fun, perhaps loweredthe what religious beliefs they have or t
we're really asking for help. By standards of young people. the activities they engage/ In. The BE EVEN MORE SUCCESSFUL :
AMOUNT .YMINfi roe this I don't mean a psychologicalhelp "One bad apple spoils the rest" Is main reason for all this freedom'II. .
YOU on e'1MONTea 20 MONtHS 18 MONTHS 12 ONTHS but help given by the par. what most people believe. Therefore Is that some are too busy to hl'lp'''
S 75.00 SS06 3517 S 7.55 ents. The majority of us don't wantto young people should be alert their youth. This freedom Is really THAN THE FIRST 25 i;

160 00 S 9.9 10.79 .67 It.II be treated like adults, to be to find any others who are misusing unwanted by the youth of today.

25.00 2. U 21.35 3069 .2.50 completely free and IndependentYet freedoms, to help them correct They reed and want another kind
39.3. .26& 59.35 we don't want to be treated this problem. This Is a job which of freedom, the freedom of happl-1 I
600.00 3U9 like children, and have all of our I young people can do, to raise the ness and the right to be helped In'' !
Atlantic Avenueernamstlnu decision> made for us. We want to degree of respect due them, Freedom becoming better citizens They needto THE SANDBAR
308 be treated like what we are, teen. to young people Is a serious be cared: for, not rust by giving c

lash, n.rlll.I.I.phon.261.3611* ages! matter; It can not be taken lightly them food or clothing, but by rOHKEHT:! OZIIURN :
because: the future of our country someone's wanting<< to help them
TEENAGERS INTERPRET depends on It. Freedom Is a need, succeed. If the youth of this generation .
Pine HMHI Duly '.51 WteVmfcT I h_y .11 I FREEDOMBy I inside one's soul to be Independent I tout |ata this freedom. it'I S i
ALSO PlVI rouviNHMT OMICiS IN JACKSONVIIU Carol). Brefdrn! to stand on one' own two feet would be the greatest gift they J I .
1 Teenager of today have more a natural need which must be sat could give to all who, come after .
a f

0 1 !e


( PI* Nww-I/'ft'W"* Frrrninilirm Piwwh, ri'irMa' Tliurcflay, Novi-noW, 10C1MCMItl'IIH !
At The Churches *.. W. C. Breaks .. ...
1- SUNDAY SERVICES: Rev John Doiier, Pastor

I ':45 A.M. ... Sunday School Church School 11:45: A.M.
GOD 6.SO: p.m. _________ BTU
rfl'. 4ik iM !...., M*. 7:30 p.m. Evening! Worship! 11:00: A.1L .... MOI'IIIIII1onb.p Wonhlp Service 11:00: A.M.
Q 6} Re.. J. i. Nrwmaa, tutor 1W:> p m. at III.W.... Services \\I 00 P.M. Uen'a Prayer Servlcu Youth Meetings 6.PO P.M.
1:30: PM. Training Union: l i Church School .?...... 7:30: P.M.
HOW: a.,. Morning Service -.,.
SUNDAY 7.30 P.M. Evening Worship I II
., /ft. Friday Evening 7:4O: pm LAST UK THE Wednesday Services:
wo 7du: jiju. ._, Knemng, 8rvktMOM MONTH
7:30: P.M. ... Prayer Service I lrooperlBisays
'to. .1.31101 7:30: A.M. Holy Communion I w
tit *
uUU: a.m. Sunday School 10:00: A.M. Mornlnf! Prayer MEMORIAL METHODIST
and Sermon I
'ra.rUDC Wednesday :
I cn VRCHNeJ.o.
I 7:10 p.m. 11:15 A.M. Church School ,./
P. Meytr, Pastor
5:00:( P.M. Episcopal Young
fttr FIRS I BArnsr! CtlUK'HIt.
tr ft' tlSPIUNGIIILL TINam. Morning Worship
J. T. On... PutorWorikip
BAPTIST 8.30 p.m. ., MYF Supper & Pro-
war "?, ; Semcea. 1.30: A.M CHURCH/ grams

11:00: AM )'ate Hlw.r phi NatmuTllI '.00 p.m. ...... Evening Worship,
7:30: P.M. RAYMOND 1.. (JUVKR. Pastor ft I-
Sunday !ko..1 948: AM, Pastors PRINCE OF PEACE
Prayer lima
Training tlioD 6:13: P.M.Wtdneaday, (U'or Men) ...._. ._......... 7 am, LUTHERAN CHURCH
Yrayer Service Donald R. IIImmell..... Pastor
Sunday /bchool ._??? 0:45: ..m, .T MI'
,1a 7:30 P.M. Morning Wonhlp _.....? 11 am Phone 2C1-6G34 M

BIBLE -tr Training Unioi ___.... 6:15: p,m. Sunday School _?_ 9.4S: a. m.
BAPTIST CHURCH I Evening Worship ....... 7JO:: p.m Worship Service '' '' 11:00: a m.
42* Souk. Cth Street VV dn..layi: tl '1
I -go; :
J*-7 L. Kiif, Pallorinndy Men'i liour of Power .... 7 p.m, TABtKNAn.a BAPTIST .
t>.rvka: : Pra/er Service: ...... 7:30: p.m. CHURCH '

'; OK ('1111! WOIIT I'ACK" ( :'I.:.., Illttllt: I'AKK.NTH" ( : AM!) JUIHJKH; ;! are pic. of I tu:00 AM. ??-?.. Sunday School : "Whosoever will may coma." I Amelia Road Phon Zil-S487l

lured/ llif.v ct'lt'liriilril, ii-nlim: ,,, Muht" on November II) at the Recreation Center I I'Iral Cub Scout Pack 352 11:00 810: p.m.A.M.______Moraine___..__, BT.U.I! tr: OF Vr GOD-toCHIRCII OF Sunday Hartford School Peeplef___, Pastor 10 am. (1 :
/Hlrum Buddy Mlllard: Dean Illmmelman, Charles .
1 row, Iffl lo right\ It.iiUy 7 00 P.M. Men'e. Prayer PROPIIECY Morning Wothlp 11 ..m.
HI In win. Mli hurl! \*>nti. 11,1\, 'lil ( 'I""hlnd/ loyli HIIII ell. Herond row, kneeling, 'left Has Genius NightAt 7:30: pm. Evening Cor. Mh. and Dale Sli.Mr Evening Worship .._ 7 pm. I I II .

l 10 rightt'Icily! Allan Dimmm. Klihurd I 1111)11I. Teddy Wallace, Carl Freeman, Ray Meet I Tuesday: I Dolly flail Pastor Wedn sda Service _...... 7 p.m. I I I.

(illlnril. Mike Ice, (iary:/ Kfllcr, IMvId Hllvii, Hu( "HI Shank Steven, 'ItoherU Noel Monthly Hun pm. _. .._. .. .... Violation 10 00 Sunday School ft ..
(Ciilltfivvmiil/ 'und Mike Townncnd, l U"n" (Chief. Third row standing/ ,left l I"< right: John Park/ :?l'i1 cell bruited their "GCD i Prayer Meeting! Wednesday 7:30: \H'00 a.m. Morning Worship 8T. .. 'I.ER.b KP1MLUPAL When leaving a parked position

Md('1,1, "I', |lien) ( 'hlrf'loin 1 l'
I 1"ll'I1l1lk"1I 'Bad IIIIII.eI"l> NrwMimt1' '' limit/ mw, standing/ left t 10 rights: "Frank .' 4fr, Qameriuin, Ihurwliy. .' Nov.fmiMr FIVE POINTS BAPTIST i I T.:M p.in. kvantfeiiatic' Service The Rev. James D. Elliot Rector back to determine that it is w

Jerry /Hloiiffrr, "',..Townm-nd./ l.imri'nriShanli' Nrlm" Mayo, (O. It. Himlnhour, I'lih. 'I'll/! marling motored .\'HI'NCHREV. THOMAS HICKS 7:30: p.m. Tuesday Mission i 7:30: A.M. holy communion safe to move into the traffic -

I"V", Mr, NrlMin Mitjo. ll.irncy ('nob' l Judge( Chink I Irnnilu-n, Don ItnherlH and ariiund MCIIH Inmi tin irruiliim I the! Ki'nlun ul various kill of .45: am. ... Sunday School 7:30: cry p.m.and Thursday Prayer Service- V.LB. I 10.UU 11:15 I I :: A.M.A.M. -- Church Chow: School Kuchnrmt; l lI pattern. Drivers who move for. :

I J Nf*'IU"", wmiil!, nails, elm', cons sticks, 11:00: .tn. .?-. Morning Worship Service lor Young People 5.30: P.M. Episcopal Young i iChurchmen ward into traffic without look.. ;=
1:30: Training Union V- ing back and signaling frequently
l'le" I thai ware dlhlrlhiilcd the p.m. I FAlhiIJBAPIIST l
i minlh licfiirp' AfliT viewing the .'30: p.m. ___ Evening: Worship ,; Ull'KUl' : I (This la the schedule of every hit an oncoming car ;
dtsptsys( | from ruih Den and Vadntaday, prayer service, 7:"" Rev Jerold A. Philips, Pastor Sunday: with the exception of the or are struck by a vehicle that
MiliinK:: : 'I: the' work (,if the young Cubl:b I p.m. 16 No 4th St. i (set Sunday of the month) cannot avoid a collision. ':

, h NciiuM, tin, nii'cllnff hi'uan with f fflHST Sunday School . 10 00 a m. ',i -- -
un 11fI1"'c'NHlve1111111| Flag Cerenmny ASSEMBLY OF COI/ Morning Worship . H:00 .m.1 I
by Join I. I Rev E. A. Lewis. Cantor Sunday Evening ,. 7:30: p.m. I
lnlUEI 1000) ..m. ?_._._ Sunday School Wednesday Trayer Meeting i I No Down
r rn I Ir The/ Flag a lift lu . ... Money
/ t I (the I'uik trim the Wnndsincn of 11:00: a.m. _..._ Won hi? Service 7:30 p.m.
Iho World" wan prcucntid lo the 8:30: p.m. ?? C. A. Youth Servicti < -trtr \
I ,, I'utk. A "Trip tu the moon" story 7:110: sum, F.vt.nw..lI.tlc Service, 81. PAUL'S IUTHERANCIICRCH j I
"r and the advancement awards Wednesday mid week service $53.50 pr month
I"im liiimmn 7:8U
were thin presented to the icouti : p.m
Amelia City Near fnterttctkm
'"I'IIIP' null h SUli fun pew'
tr *
Imlimi" On) 'In loitt-h with mi and l hI their partnti, u.
and)dud,, out haw niucli you. may' A Unbent Induction Ceremony CHURCH OF CHRIST Earl E. Prtzcld, Pastor BOND SIDING
MWMvil I was held for Terry Allun Duncum OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 9'00 '.m. Morning Service
and Wolf Budges (Mormon) 9,00 School
were presentedto Sunday
a.m. -
I'ROBLKM FAMILY Dmr Worried Mnlhcri. Nlnre I
MliudonarleiElder 3 Bed Rooms
Deun Illmmel-
toddy Ullllurd tr O tr
Dear HrIcn,,: My )yuunu/ marrlod 1 when was II "pullle" la Ignore uuIminlnpiil Kemp Elder Saloon
mini, and Mike Lee Hour Undue CHURCH OF CHRIST
I Finished For
Hob llnwkln doughier and her husband live Iraiedy In your luau were presented to Ted Klcnnlken 630: N. Fletcher Ave. South 14th Street Living
LI' I N, lib M, with my liihur and elderly, aunt 'lamlly How dci you know a inln.Ulnr and Kay Ullllurd. Gold Arrow Ph. 251.5624 Earl IIIIIH rl. Minister i Oak Floors

: I'hmie It.I) ID! Ilin' yiMinii uses his healinl qllur'l ian'1 help Did you 'try 7 pinch' were rt'ci'lvi'd by Tom 8T. MICHAEL'S PARISII Sunday: Bible, Study ?? 10:00: '.m.
ri'U. Min-lti-law caked Your lullm lighting lor I 0 Tile Bath
My young are "KtmliT Cary: Kilter Mike Lee St. Mlchael'i Church 2nd and Morning Worship 11:00: a.m.
, no oe wnti'h! nil\ nluhl I in my' Isle' umli'r Irfnii-nrtniiH hundirupm 4th 6 lot 3rd and '
Sundays a.m.
ITATSfARMwatldgsdlshanslrggl ___ and I Mould Silva. A Silver Arrow Evening Worship 7:00: p.m. Wall Heater
winililn'l gas out irv, I rl'.1 Ihry're trying/ .lie young murrlid 5lh Sundays, Ham.SI. I
.. INilnl wu* presented lu Ted FoiU'l : Irhh", Mw6ht'. ;owe ,I....... faced, I'm waned, Iliclr merriagol I adults, yrl al Ihv name lime llicy're. I Polcr'a Claver'a Church CALVARY BAI'IIST' CHURCH : Custom Built Cabinets
Ire I limy (in on' dirandchllilrrn lot 3id and 5th Sumluyi 8 a.m. J. C. BYRD, PASTOR I
While Hut held shorlmeellnu
, hove a modeler .or inmiluuo\ \ cunn. In a hounrhiild rulvtNirii ,' In dlNi'iiHii piirenlH the adl a ltlolif 2nd and 41 h Sunday, It '.m. Sunday School ........"....? 10 A.M. I BUILD ON YOUR LOT /
solar winilil help, What cun I dll.II' In with Mime actluu and atop Callahan Church 9:30: a,m. Morning Worship ..... .. 11 A.M. '
I'm, k Iho Cub
( 352 ( played ?
Trade should I piillli"ly luiuiro Mm whet being KU Bolltrl Evening. Devotion! al St. Mich '
At Home I "Hut I'up (tit." : Evening Service -._...7:3O: P.M ; Free Folder !
IIhlll! WUKHIKI\) MOtllKK. ac-l'i Church will be on Tuesdayat trtr 1.\
. ... Tito hkll for the eveiilnn "Three ,
.. IIAI"IIIIMIt.: I+OK Till: A.K1): i IlIv,',," or Jciilun In Keverie", 7:30: p,m. UNITED PENTECOSTAL ,
Dear Hrlrnilniir: I'nluiiiii heroIn 'I wun pi"i'denied by Den 3, The moat CHURCH '
thv |pupa| ninilc niv wuiit In nNWcr exciting: purl of the evening was NORTH 14lh BTKKET South Sth St. Ph. 2614702 QUALITY HOMES
II. I'vv liven Imky, ciways l I I lie ""I'I' I'lIllIlIlIn of (Iho ienliin Kit BAPTIST! rill'KCH' Rev W. W. Roland
found hiniiii fur unllimmcil I Baker School ., . 10 ''
a "'NoI'| nui'd ] An unto by I hi? ci.inniilli'e. Gold Rev S. C. Sunday a
1'.0. Box 68, Ocean Jacksonville: 18 Fla.
eW my HiHh hlrlliiliiy On<> olmy Trophy' ('III"| were presenled lo Interim Pastor Worship Service 11 .m'I'
h, Irlcmlii mad my niniiv In Ililnk. the lollnw Inn Buys and Dcnn,, I'4H: '.m. ................ Sunday School Prayer Medina, Tuesday 7:30: p Phone 764-1070 or 708-6635:
I I would, low card, I ic.rilvitl Morning Worship Bible Study Thursday 730 I
lb,. lull get a I Mudea. : 'Hut Hod" UouttlmNewminiu tl.OO: am p.m
: ::.._ .. .. ..
-- --- --- -- -
niurv Hum I.OOi). W hove : -- --- -- -- --- --- -- ----
o.enDaea' chiirrh ni'ivlooi\ every 1 works I

win In the whou'khalr iruiip. Our and Tlii'inea 1'inUiy""PIIIII"'rlllll.IerdoN, Jimmy :Muyoliilenlu II
nmlnul In lowly, l's crp'bi sly won.
"Oinnlt" John
ni -
Infill, Html thing lit do la to live
Stuuffer I I
INV( by day situ only lino tluy al a
\ 1 Banta Human: Ship 50-70 A,U," i
llntu, Alifilliiniili'ly ANNA IIOWMVN: Turn" Fulrrt'unupruut; I II I
+ I
Knnia, Bank and

1:1.10\: ; J.N.: uv.sr: : noons!! I Slieirlier Jnliiiny' Tuuim'iid ,

OIT THI WORD ll'l earning through loud and IVwr lli'lrn\ AliuMt; I rnjuy your. h'irnnikrn(iwini'ii\"iMriiy-uiMiHiml" Ted I COMA1ERCALPRINTING/
tleor from lolernol Revenue., good record of! ex.l autumn. ', PU-IIHO nand me ymir nut') I
lUieh': Den Gold
when cliil UH| ul l Klcvru llrnl llmiki PHlrlnuie \ i I wan 1111'1'11'
l same It going lo b. well nigh Indlipenilbl and UM-ful tin loud, I Trophy' Cup for I tlulr p.tilleiptitlon.t.uiy .
dealing with. Washington. : hny i'f (he ( .irk who I pnrll-!
:; ; : : ; ::
(tilted li, llw event wiu darn ailip.nm.i
Yow'ie wise to every bill by You're who, hear' liirrriwei I rnjnycd )hairIrllr'I'I
pay .
: ; fur" hit clurln.Tho' (( :
heck bank, Ili'tt'i llwbook. IUI lor you
when on our
too, you
1'aik rinsed\
Ilic ulhi-iii who rcqiu-tlrd II1111' : Meeting was
1"11" ,' Itrllrr lluil\ \ nil Ihliik"'. by Den I In lite spirit of 1 Thllll.....

I by hare Allii-rt. "How 'la "Stiml'| .ivlnii. llcvereud IlimnitlinauliJktf I
k's, 'tie llimltHmri Irlmiiv" hv l>mliMiltklft (ho Uenodicllun
"!\In", lhi !\IlIal l III l .\ mint' I grateful 'Thank You" "
FLORIDA National Bank \1111' Kcllmmiil" by Kr.M>.iiili. oue no lut pnitii'liiittrd In
hard Mnki I |i \uo'iK- (lie evenuiit, avliUtiea, rsin-i'lally I
._......".,................ I .l formmdlna Beach eiI". by l>r, Mnmurl Crimson; MU>| the t.iMiuia Coiiuniltee.: Mr. ainlMia. t

if. Hi hit Ali.rH\ "Ih,. In Hi'.In.. Lauremc hhank Mr and .
Olili-r rrultli by JnllilU 1.h.. Mr. :Nelmn{ Mayas, and Mr. and

a1.._. ,w.w w".r ww.w.www I Iliur 'TifHlhe A.lnn" Itv Pr.rdnmil Mrs D, W K.-borU The Jiidueal
: I.. Kbb, I
lug Old AI" bv: Jvn' f <;. ,.it. O. K iminlumr, and Hi-txTI While, Is A With Us
hurl "Thmv I.II'l'r'ur," byrmnrr : lltv 11101, pveldl tluitkt, howetrr Specialty
I Avery t'.lInl't' "Kitr.ly gtiea' lo the Cuba and their dada
Plus and Fanny t'r..." by: KntllyMmhrwiiih : : who brought forth some marvelous
"111111' In .b* .\aArllve trvalioua\ villlt their genius k''...
i I Cltltrn" by Paul P.....,U* Tae next Pack merlin mill be
LOANS. and Alice MrMaheii "The Mind Drcembcr I?. in the KrcixattvaCeuier .
I I Ilsira IhrnlreH.! t."""" by ll.rry and Umura J4mo Koom al T.JO. Check your supply of Letterheads, Envelopes, Business

Juiliilnil, .Intni yitwr \holler I ire Cards, Office Forms, or any other kind of printing you
IM rradrrt are aU areallv' i's.l.ylag l&ink bat ihouvmd! : of peopleHtld
TO BUY OR BUILD ) Ih* .trw 11.1 l nI l b.wklrt, rent "' bo heaped What'' I duo.' t i may require and if the quantity is low just give us a call.
ebb the rnmnlltnrnl* *r IMi cwt,l.umn. l. uuiHriid( raw husband willietrothinj
T.. ail Ihrm, )JM'.I .1'11.' la nod lo n,,. Then why Avtvnt '
nl NnliiiHiil' S-'itlnr\ ,',nlr. l,'hi bMOKK hone t>> pay M much! l.. burr I

Whether' You're LookIng I ,Ai'O". I'IO. 33M0 liipf: iKtl.rvd. I'a.11yIII": My'
rn a+hr.iaJss pond $1."\' lhi! tynatlo I If we have printed for you before, a phone call will start

At, : MKI: 'M''U RK? U*>. unto bough brr but.MM h--' .... w-r rr ... a
Blueprints, or \ IVnrlUWn: our Ind i club n+* s ( lest a .U1 pmaj tttt "p_S- : our presses turning as we keep -(incomplete file at our
Yve know the I la\ly >* BMW
aunt| Utlirat, I want 1 h' diwtuI.atu.' -
Homes Fir Sole Our :l ": ,"' ta a .dir foil M<<.a. s',:oe a\ rare .1 l vw\ "I\'nll\ nwiflt.ir 0;'
r .
I of all
'I, tradingyvar i fingertips printing produced in our plant.
A \\ Ih. h.h..1 way I* "" *.ft"- nosy
iFinunciiK i) Con t Help .. 1. l'III'Ie'I "klle'rllei I" fat rttr cvtvmai. nuuvy H w* burr uUut I
\:._ hunr I"I'I\IY not 1111"M/ teas dstcuwd tt. You would r
Ytxi 1 Take (Tempt' t., : "K.'ir-MilU "HhiU ,,,,'.1 pcrgraro. to At pub t fItn K* (ia nt-u me
,, .. rate rU-nva to' UW Mib>rct* (4kU.
DIM. Our
printers take pride in their work and are assured
S\>und Action.Lot's t a' .. ... :;.. ).._:.,...:....-r aiaxl.CUB t\'Rr.n'n M I Xv }''' 60'l"R you
I"eor ('tah. 11 w 1'1" .''. t Fo.ans -- TOWA
twist ........ teCllim the. .rare i-a.n.rss ANMItR: I U-U I W1U.NFEP -: I of a neat, clean and accurate job.PHONE .

:10: beaotltul' 1 pwbnroiW.. ".....
Discuss It Before by" She :\allwaal 1'ssartI .. : KELP 0A TROBUM' I
!-... US K Mum- w ,.n r 14 H.-'<1tpm.: .
\I a+ftta" *a. 4. IV C. TWUtklnl .. w M OM..w.as N1Ioo'C' Center L&btab
You Build, Refinance U bran. "tewm >.... r. .... \
\>:"-i> urir ON \ rtJ.I': a raapgaat wll.sdtrrrsat N'f'oU.
Or BuyFernandina wnte M Ilrlra. kT elav.M brew .. .m< l> tlut a*......?(r.
$<'II"-r \''IIIh'"I':' .\'tW. r'r1It'1. 3i ur the free ux vol tvvturttt
lute. 3Ryi is rare d 111.. FpWw'r. ue5 .;:a the 'lr""mU lLsnr.nv 261.3686
wnte kola"" Ar 1IC' ,+ Jrr41hr : :
/ Federal maip. tw'Od1" _I a-, _vserwtade or
to yvas. tw,yc.wao atIhu

Savings & Loan Assn. aalwnna KE12SIOKI1BEAR i

,,\\' \M MHK w11LIN.er .., PREVENT
!kkw. I read a :* .,..
202 Atlantic Avenue ea Wf pwtn' ""ara" 1 M ,, FOREST FIRES J

woe *\.O ......., yta .I", a \J IN THE SOOTB ..-
"w".rtr f\.aaa aa'at. r :a' 1



I.1 I '

:: __ _____ _____ __ ___ ___ --.-News-Leader- .- Fernundinn--Bench--, Florid:i-Thursd! ( iv, No\emlcr) 26, 1961 Page! Seven 1M.
.... wIt
8 .
r 1' '
.. s > ln
. 4er P ,It.yf
.. e
.. a$ ik
.. ( 1
.. 6 1
.. J

. t .
.. .
.. r
Frank E. Arnold Thomas L. Becton Cljde N. Brazell James W. Bunch \\. G. CarmanJames Carson L. Christian! F.. I K. Conner Edwin C. Cook

r.. -' -' "'--
Wt ,
.. .
? y 3yap 1
.. !
: '
.. 33
w 4'. \%,' .) rb s
a 1 'vr
. s ,

I Y> a ASR P

... 69 d-
L'uell M. Crisp Kent C. Crisp Wilton L, Davis George Ode Denham M Drew G. \V. Dudley 1 E. W UUmr1l11 leit L Dunman

.. .., ,...--.. ..- .-
.. -


rt '1 S I

i We've put in c.Liidei

x= A t

1250 yearsat -.r

\v. N Gnlphm Warren Gilbert T. 0 Godfrey Raymond \\, Huddink Chalks A. Hall II. J. Hamilton

-- -- -.


F ::1'1 ,\ ( ABOUT THAT!) H PTa

,' !
IIrN \ 1
.I Looks like one stays a time at Pxayonicr The I

; people on this page all fifty have just

rounded out their first 25 years with the company -
. Joseph harden Clarence Harvey, Sr. "'.'"., ," err. McDonald Howard .JhaoW, Junes
....., ,.... ,; .
) 1 'iIi'i "rR Says a lot about them, doesn't it? Words like

loyalty, service, devotion come to mind. Words st

y yr indicating participation too in growth and development R

ro f bwr of their company and the commu- r Mr
nities it serves.

x'o '"' We thought you'd like to know about our veterans

And to see who they are. Next week we

o formally honor them with a banquet and gold

watches. But we honor them more in our hearts
and by providing the sort of climate good
Joseph L, JoynerH. Frank G, Lambrightr Lenten Lie Clinton 1'. Libby
people want to work and live in. and stay a

while. Like 25 years or more.



1 W /'l/ IJV
\ :. :
; Ifq
Arthur Markham S. L. Mathews William K MerU (;surge '1'. Jliddletona


,. tsR eXrI 4 r n


I ar

R Ri y _. ;

I ,

i r 1. .

An el MooieGcouje! Charles Morris Henry Mutt I I. B Nit kelson Robert :M ONeal( George L. Owens Call Quattltljitum Nolan Randolph: !
I !

t" :-:;'-

r! t }. r

3 i 'zr z

'r k k


s..rl rJ' V W J

s ..1Yf LJ4I.

Ka>'sor 1-'. II. SentellIL. John Silva Charles T. Smith Otis Solomon! O. B. Sorensen S. L. Tarlton ferry Williams



.La AA .- -. ; .. _. -


rlttStttLLttt1 1

G. Taylor I Overseas Aid ;i William Jtogsn JUNIOR'SESSAY ,1 I[ _, __ Pace Eight K WS-Leader, rernandlnn: 'Eencli,'rbildf-rThurSvlij't NTo\pmTor) SOrlWC( ,

20-Year Veteran Orders Filled Native Floridian \I..' -

ft'" By Rayonier .... f ",, '
I dont believe! the 'grod *1i\\I
Foreign: aid financed trtrt for y d'YI" were ft good ai a lot of old
$227074:: worth of bleached lulphltcuncdpulp f people thought they were. George
laid to the Republic of f 1 Wellington Thomas Jefferson,
China Taiwan( i have been cup Benjamin Franklin and my Crest
vc Y piled by the Haynnlor Inc. pi mil Krundduldv, were mighty smart"
/a Nn. ut Fcrnand,na Reach, the Agency' men but not one of them ever saw PREVIEWShop
IMr r? for International 'a TOYLAND
Development announced a sewing machine, and the man
today, who Invented the sewing machine
+ waa The transaction between I firmIn had to wilt 'til tome other man
Taiwan and Ravonlcr wan fin Invented a needle with the eye oa
anccd liirounh U. S. economic alto the point before It would work
Nationalist China providing toIle Benjamin Franklin found out soma
Impotof. eonimi,(titles needed thing about electricity but he didn't
to stimulate the local eronomy know what would do or whet anybody Now While Stocks are Complete
Terms of cconrmlc development could do with It,
ar.n'cII1Iml. administered by AID !None of those men ever sow n ._
I direct must procurement to American telenhnne' or a telephone pale, ant
suppliers I dont think they knew anything

More man 85 percent of All). about telegrams, They didn't bard.
financed commiditcs are! pur- Iy know what a railroad was and
chaw from U S firms at a tome of the big old steam locomotives .
would have wired them to -
current volume of a billion dollars
Harry G Taylor came to the I Although eleven years of company death, I doubt If they knew any "
Fcrnandina Division In 1944 per year service wont $393
match the
upon I re 1 thing about streetcars unless It wan $259
graduation from college He recently I cord of many Rayonier veterans, the kind the hones used to pull In
completed 20 years of com William M Hogan can lay claim
Ann Moirli of Ellavllle. Georgia I'I lame of the cities, I don't known She drlnb end well
'lee. I
pany son His first to
assignment/ a longer stay In Fernandlna the
The couple have three daughter, what any of them would have done I too She' 12 Inches
was as a shift chemist and In 1952, I most A native of Florida he re Now toddlers can have their
Julie 11, Claire S, Harriett 2, and If he had happened to see a 1964 has sleeping
he was appointed assistant chief I ceived his early education In thei eyee and own road race Cars in the
chemist for the mill. In 1954 ) a ton Joe, 8 Fcrnandina public schools Later I automobile, or a radio, or a TV wean her hair in a Cllte"pixie" clear plantic bubble magically
i I
he was appointed I to his present he attended the University of FlorIda In the good old daya" they dld- d style.r .. circle as the big 9''?-
pp.''Hnn I *s 'nnrtntendont t of the If all of the pulpwood reeelvcd and Florida State University-,, n't have a Frigldaire In the kitchen, inch top spins and makes a
an air conditioner In the living realistic motor iota.
mill't technical department at Riyonkrt Feinandlna, division I receiving: hit Bachelor of Science I room or an electric light t anywhere, .row !!.snot I ,If A 3a. M 'M6+ "
A ;graduate of North Carolllna during; 23 yearn of operations was Degree In Education from tlic lat I'll bet all of them would havecrawled '. ..
Stale, Taylor hold .I loaded on railroad can In one trainload ter. 'ebara-.r..n.wa.- r, .
a Degree of under a haystack or hid In
the!' train would be 3,2'J.i
, Before joining Rayonier, he
Bachelor of Chemical Engineering, was the cellar If a jet plane had made
In ItnRlli and cover almost hair of I
a wholesale distributor for Texaco
two or three overhead. I I
lie Is married to the passes
former Jo.r all railroad tricks In
petroleum products, He joined the All of the Ice they had made In'' 11
. -- ------ mill's accounting staff IB 1953, and the "good old davt' was cut on I ;

: In IBM was advanced to assistant some river up In Maine In the win.
office manager. He WAS appointed i| tertlme or cff of tome Ice pond In
Office Manager for the Fernandlna other places and stored In Icehouses
I II 99c
mrn m@IIl $395tld
I Division In 1960. dug In the ground and cov. p
I Hogan Is married to the former | ered over with something that ,, I
Gloria Slapletun The couple have I looked like a big chicken coop I Your choice of a number
H ... I'; two daughters, Carmen, U and )II : If you had told any of those old k t, nf style to dm a doll
.w. Leslie, 7. boys that a min could take oil i I for every poomble occasion 771 e
I from Cape Kennedy In a rocket and I Beautifully made ,
: 1 and elegantly' fashionedof
Ever ready orbit the earth 20 odd limes at 18. 1
:i Jr. High-Elementary, I I 000() miles an hour, and come back rich materials tax Pet In shop hn on wheels! Has 12 assorted? champions,eaehnd-
I L II.D.456' own compartment!' Kennel/ clear
/ '. 'I\\ to help : LUNCHROOM MENTS: : j I to alive,Chnttahoochce they would have Millideevllle tent you I< nsdM I truck! has spring .uaperwion. Length,plantic 134' inrhen Autoitwl -

e .
:d I Matlcwan, Sliunton or somewhereelse .
.. your health Nay 30.Dee 4 t ir'MlffJSSIiCftT
just to get you out of the way.t
Monday: Hamburger / bun, lettuce When tney were fighting their t
1 .. ana tomato salad, frozen I| wars In the "good old dayt" with r MISTER BUDDY ICE CRlAM TRUCK I BUDDY 1 WAGON WTH, TEPEE TRAILER
1 I baby limos, peach tubbier, 'i nintroeks and muzzle-loaders, one
pint milk, man with a machine gun could fS .. -g
i Tuesday:' Ham wgreen bomst have come along and wiped oul'' .
We take pride in our profession\ and I and potatoes, tossed salad, corn. 1 both sides, but nobody would have *w
consider the safeguarding of your healthas bread and butter,, apple sauce, known who wan."i"i. $477II sillttM7n
our highest tru t. Depend on. us forprE'lIcrlptlonl raisin cookies, 'i pint IIlIr I don't think anybody knew whai : "
compounded with Wednesday: Hot) buns, i I II a plumber was In the "good old
from precision, I baked beans, cole slaw, jellow w/ dayt" And I don't think they had
fresh supplies peak effectlvene88.ST.EGER fruit, bunant cake, '" pint milk. many bathrooms where you could I ..
Thursday: Oven fried chicken, lake a bath They had a little house UII'J
fellow rice, sliced tomatoes, English down In the back of the garden thai I f The all,steel I camper" travels flat.., sets
DRUG CO. peas, rolls and butter choc. Homebody said Chic Sales built!, I .fs with, w mnK counU'" and i "n bell'trim gliding'rator',doom Built with and 11 up quickly. Tent him fuM-uut IxtU. Ma- $68. i
olate pudding, \i\ pint milk, but they didn't even hove the lux' ::i.1 spring sspension| I..nllh, 11'/I i'= incite. I two: wagon Htunlily; built with spring'auspenxiua.Overall
ATLANTIC AVENUE Friday: Fish slicks, tartar sauce ury of a hut year'a Sears and Roc: l i length 20'i' inches,
"j'; '
,Phone 2G1.S257' n parsley pitatots, carrot SIlCkS'1 buck catalog for everyday use, I I I r l :: ,r
buttered spinach, rolls and don't think I would have liked I It! ;
('hel ry shortcake, 4 pint much In the "gcod old dny.." 1 .


$499 : l! t' I...lh/Malta. 1
m ii Dttc! Ice c.....


.+r II Mr70 StJ, 11_,('r .hl'f! lee or tee ciihm +'x ,,
K/L and ordinary talila salt In. r
Has powerful rroom roar! Can ho spun In a circle PJ eludes frn>ier, ThocolalD and
and tan steer in and out Length 14 inches, /; Jf vanilla .mixes, cook book and
H, spoon.1
To .. ,
....'N ttrui
1'O 1f ,
'IIta'3 "
; ;rI (:z t..1'!# !Q' rrsnsra rn|

iJ1 ... ..



-Q::: :>

as they celebrate Full double size with

'd t4 .. 0' f : 1 0 contour corners Machine
:1'r t ? ml
a t: 'h ;4/., :! (! II II washable.) :Lighted automatic

the ?' Td.3"0 ._. thermostat control.) Blue,

,green, pink, beige'
i "

25th Anniversary ]) ..J New .44pieceaot.Two.. ,,14 SINGLE F-132..

speed J.dl"l.13.I'e. CONTROL ji .
drill bit set 14.FJ33
Speed ..Paint Mixer.Screwdriver DUAL

of theFERNANDINA 1/4" Drill' Set .13.1".Pc.other sanding items set CONTROL

99 14"


: '?
May your success continuefor


many, many, years to come



r 1 <

: W. E. BARBER Co. .j)1 ; 118 ATLANTIC AVENUE .

Fabricators of Corrosive Resistant Metals: : Ie u' 1! :Your Car's Care! Center'..!

; fII.1 PHONE 261-4482


FIRESTONE Best To ay..Stili Better Tomorrow"Harry .



. I
-' -

S !! !!

jet aw "we Mill have approximately I and tourism "we must moot (' Fernindum flench, Florida-Thuriihy, November 26, 1961 ;
I 50 |per cent of our popular i hl'all.1II1 the major problem of .
--- --- ------- ---- --- --
lion seiveel by (the 'horse and bunny I pollution All wtstes should be Manager Of Mill
I I'lus the auld III f fKates The Commission director. Mmlim
method oflasll.' dlnpnual miffielcntlv treated and purifiedbefore problem : -
Hazards StressedBy Hunters Receive lelt (i'ner'turn' doss, of the trouble
t' rutted septic tanks." Dr. \Ulson>> entering our public bodies open much fin "plain
I T. Sondir, said todivDr woods Ml uflic, aid) livesimk endani'eted unthirkng: cin'!lensm'itn," admonKlieel -
of eater and no risk of creating
I Sowclcr" HIM id '. tulcluulih any situation offensive from the Advice On Good ;' Aldrich! oaill. "wi new hunters In "sit up their
Dr. Sov/dcr j ,..
esthetic atandpnlnt.: Happy To Be "Home"BRA hive a new and more pl'I'IW! un ruler of conduct and Just actlike
ollker made HID remarks plnfiiie This Is tin I Ilhmlldl'l\ I IIII'YlI're hunting on their

J.\CK<;()\VILLE.11t Imurou'mcnts In a ',reeh before the Florida Dr. Sowdir said FUrldai pop. Manners In Field IIl1rrbuflI ho has l h'IIIIHI' 'lilt own' InnrtMdnih,"
ulallon Ins tripled since 11M8! and .. of all elvlh/.a'l" lIl1l'1ulll. the old,
', Stile Clfmbcr of CcmmirceHe *' *' The' rrriunri'ni\' : !Dvisions III'sl.) scourge!
lu FlorId health! Raid If Io'kridot'l lakes end 'llteraly: hundreds of sources of dm Manager: Bryan L Rauseherl, TALLAIIASSEE "We all know aim it\ ihr liter. head In the hunting businiKS
'sate bern made in re'rent years shoreline "are to continue. to belie pollution have been eliminated W I' in Ivk buck on a vailed and In. Hunters received bug. Some of us unkiii inc:vqmllly Knows Vial' often you have been
but there arc more and greater'' main, attraction In our Number But new ego and Industrial aIledllpr.ul tiuwiiig. : career While Mill. a'leud some filcndy advice from and some of 111 unknitwInRly '- :the pirliet ucnl'email alield you
hazards In the future and In this One Industry! recreation problems are most critical tug ihe University of Washington, A. D Aldrich director of the dose the door lo be Invited .hi'..Id oiler tn >harv ur 'game
"t$< '. Game back. A hndeiwmr seldom hs b III uiih Ihr land., wmr and tie
In the dense metropolitan areas As h.'nl( ID work lor the companv and Fresh Water Fish Commission :
-- ----- ." R 111mill i In Shi.II m where heI ax thai their any patience lilt whin he finds slice\ tni: vou i'"!I'nn hs game first

Turning In am (her problem, he e'mi In:..rd lie.ni 1127! lo I 1'1211.' He re lorsnin: often limes mannirs on that hunters have scald'red 1'1'111'1'I so lint little culls tribute' of gri
a lung be taken
HO will
said Today. In resputnwe 'mud to the university and In all over his place snit( hive elei Hide diMinuly'
miny "
Our Very BestTO stand where we did befoie18'I8 1 lim: iiiiivid( ( a llmhelir of SilniceHeprie way toward hmliwmr neiptloin created the landscape" care of

: when the board was established In Chemical tntilneerlnn: /:
In a state cf Ignorance! In IIU\: ho completed his studies I I
We arc building sanctuaries for and reeelved his Master. IXkree
the cairlers of disease and death After tttaduatlim he worked fora
In many residential areas open- shirt pI'rlodI II h a chemical
rrad and streetsldc ditches pro. x company then rejoined the com FREE FREE !
duce vast hoarde. of mosqtiltooswhlcli puny at Its lloqulam mill wherehe :
the St. Louis sieved, from 11J3 lo I'mHi ,, .
carry encephalitis
RAYONIERINCORPORATED virus lilt the company In 1115\ ,:: and
> for (ven >'I'afl'orkl'd for Stand.
"Too little consideration Is givenlady
did Oil at Its Calilornla rellnirlesand
( lo mosquito control The Brownie FIESTA Camera
Liter at the Kalinin Island refinery
mal iiiuklit I /: Is to produce rocrcallun.il -
In the Persian Gulf Sum"
l areas for fishing birdor
after the onlbieak of World WarII UY hOIHK
other animal life and lo provide
storage areas to supply the he' entered the mdiliry suvlie (('ompleleilh I 1''Im..htlul'h ll'nl )
vluie U; served for four yuiis In
ON THEIR SILVER ANNIVERSARY cuter needs of vast metropolitanand 'AN: L. KUSdllUT
ihemiial warfare
UKamiys ser J und a
IndUKtiial areas LestI e for-
111'1.I ateI' can also be the carrier less iiivironnunlal ha/aid die' Ill'I AS discharged from the Merle Norman Cosmetic KirAll
cf t disease to the human race If
to Imreusid Ilh Its ,
populillin: iiinn with the rank of Mijor and
It Is not adequately treated sup. I wastes and the ixpinilun ul thickly Kliiiiutl lo KavonUr, bring assigned -
THE PATRONAGE AND GOOD WILL cruised utilization and maintained for proper 'I popiiiilcd: areas Into less liv In the Poll Angilcs I Division Inatlniuton

arable ere isI \\ : as assistant to the you need do IM dip coupon lnlo\v. anti present at 'I'. II. hang
Hie major obstacle to the II realise that nil of us In stall Kcslilenl hiiKlnur: : and finally lies
RESULTING IS DEEPLY APPRECIATED board In helping to maintain Ihesall.ty aKonelis are suppisid In hive un dent I EII hJl'rr fur the Division, Pholo Shop or Merle\ Norman CoMiielie1 Studio lo he eligible) fur
for the environment has been I Insatiable lienirefor mine\ 'lumN In 1)r!)>2, Itlllsl'lll'rt'IIN' translir.
and Mill Is the shortage/: IIr funds and pi'I'son IK,'! nit bi ciniiililih( lid In the eimpmivi Gray liar. limning Tuesday morning lit !9:00): 11.11I.011' need nol he present
and slJif We have never been deaf and blind to prililims of the bur Divislin where( he served us
able lullv to convlnec our Budget/: poor taxpavir; hut the tixpivii A'Mhl.ml Risiiluil" Mammn ThinIn to win
FIVE POINTS Commission the Leiilslalure and turns out to be (Ihr same telliw lust! he came lo !rirmindini as
taxpayer of the need for more who datlKiiliS the Slate Bind of Kikiileiu Manager/
inMiiiirn, inti niulortisls and other Health Inn Inai'lion and slow, ae- Nov firmly stilled In his ternumlni .
: ChOCH; & HARDWARE rtlcntists to e'lle11th' the mul I' Hem In protecting his envlicimmill home, he and his wife. I r-------------- .
tlplc problems of maintaining a "If do not meet M:irji'rle'. art content lu hove tin
: I we our nnny
healthy environment' traveling over The couples two
NO.() .
"The outlook Is for more, not I problems Hutisfailoilly now'. we daughters. Louise, I'l! and MurjorlcIt | --- I 1N0 1 II
bui'ding' health and ccmoinle,
1 aie ), me a:so satisfied to have thick
hazards fur the Inline when may pile i"s In one piaeeSPORTS I 1 NAME:\ : .............. ..,,"' .. ..... ....................... .. ....1 I NAMK:\ : .. ... 1 II
attain iirinoiiiijblc| pnpirll, nn

Adequate pi.111111111; and zoning Is I ADDRhSS .. ."................................................. ... ADDRESS .........,..... .............. ..., ........"......... .. ...
one mcins toward of moving a liealthlul more cjn Cffcctlvcly .. SLANTS 1 .I I 1 1I II

vironnui't This It needed In ad\ CITY ........ ..................'" ..... ........... ('ITI \' .. .. .. .... ."....
1 t Gas Service
Anywhere BY CIKT .ORUON; I I
Yfa"Wla .: levels of government: and must .1

have political muscle Same: IIr the finest news to greet I I'HONi I NO. .. I-IIOM() I: NO. ... .
Ninth II"liiU In a long time hap- L---I _ J
'J s Try A Classified AdNOVEMBER pencil I ''hlsI l'I'kl'llI'n' Larry Dupi .
'ic, Hirlda! Gitnr biiekfleld star
sus Mlcclecl to I ho touches All-
Ann' football team I Duprie Is
item inin Maeelcnny! and played Sec News-Leader Each Week For Added Free Gifts

ana lust our Funandlna Buch PI
rain until he couple(: \ '\led his high
Ecluol education In I'd!' The PI- ...
-- -
rates had the tuniih task of Irving!
SPECIALGE to felon Duprie, the sane ni all of
: I his i'Hit'r high sdmil oppumnti, NOW ROLLING IN.
s t 1 it butI e doubt there are any of his .
former football inirnles ho are
r STEAM IRONS mt proud of his being sell"did to
1 America's most .
the III'si AHmirlcin Io'Itb'llI(, popular r cars
r le.uin :.le has wry good In high
$1'095Rcgular| icnlmiiid to be..
whirl und very
I geed dining his Io'llIl'hla College career So place your order row far delivery" on tit beautiful _

As an opponent Spurts Writ- new kind o] '65 Chevrolet thai'8 rightor ,you!
1'1'Ie would'" like lo tonuialulali
u Dopier for the honor he. richly deserves

,i 13.95 $14.95 .


: GET MORE for MONEY7during HardeeBros. .,"f.. TT, 1111" PINES -

i your '!r.;; (/ 'Stand Tall I iij IIj

our FABULOUS U i ( In Florida's -
Atlantic/ Avenue Futurel! '
t 'IS Clittrotft Impala Sport'Coupe
BOiJ3 mm! SAlEr' i I

: '65 Chevrolet Impala It'i lonzpr, lower, wider-with comforts that'll have many'
expensive cum feeling a bit enviuun.



;:' f ; VIE SALUTE /fJ 1.

c'Lm' \ ? .

1 \ -- WL a 25 YEARSOF
.... t

(th -'
...,4. GROWTHby '
65 CJitrtUt Mahhu\ Super Sport Coupe
\11FA. ;;

.... No.BtlokCookinr .: Ya.hlo Styling '65 Chevelle Malibu Itl >smoother quiI'r-with! avuiUblu that come on up ,
ti0TEFIC9-LI9:000OKWARE!( No.SoouCleallbalr Nan'Cooking; EueH to 350 hp IItronlf>|[ hat's right-JU. .

-- -

s ti :' ( Ar.AZING! NEW ,,' :1

I {Q\Il\ '

;. : ;l5..

"" / H
: I :
CORNING / ....;. .

GAS BROILER-GRILL ''' Chny n Noca 4-Door Sedan :.

\ \ -CHARCOAL EROIUNQ" Mad. Ea -Ou grill light Your Hash '65 Chevy Nova It' the livchi-st, hmiiHoment. thinK that ever happened to :
: \ 0e.arutits Corporation theft \\'S'III&Vlllluhle up to :JUU lip.Ifint ;
Inatantl1..Do ma..y ..p.II.1"e ebxooJ..no ..b.. .

/ EET; !: Valua 1575 SET Vain 281O .
s a FREE:: : with any range: .ellinQat THEE:with any rang swlllng at I .
$10,oo to $iso.oo .
',. i8iooto aaoooBONUS Factor In The Growthof


: CERCOn BHOILER-C.1ULI.: POHTA3LE Valu.BONUs41OAS *76.7O i. Fernarjdina Beach o i

: V lu. $59.95 F"IEEwith: : any rang. ..lling at CorraiV Curxi Sport Coupe 60'JI'.1 :
p FEES: with any rang Belling/ at .3O1.OO or OTr2J1OO :
: to 300.00 '6& Corval Corsa It'i racier! It', roomii.r-lfs a Corsair revolution all over '
TWWiV7 During The .Past 25 Years again. With more rear-engine power. :

.: ; 1'i.4/T/ -SZVUS, OFFER /13 m i Il/iliE011ME mr-nut. WRITE u mr i 1M imr. Moir lo 111'(', HHHV IH try hi, llie vitro won \*'"/'''' '""/ :

Order a new Chevrolet Chetelle Chevy D, Corwir or Corvette now at dealer's '
....-.-.---....-,......-......----......--.......-..-,," ....--...-........., -your-,..... ............ .



I r_ 7 SOUTH: "lh STREET I'HONE 261-5661: :.. I I'

I. 'I South 8th !Street' FERNANDINA RKACH: FL\, )Phone 26 :3i3i y';'it\\
.4 '
--p---- a a./ t /+ e 'A) +aaaa Ae4e5
- ----- --- ---

'rfl/ffr rlrrrrrrrrrJ/rrNrrrr rt. r/rq+ rlNrflrrrr +r+rr''rrr yrrrvv +lii.

, .. .........t.-I I ---0." -; exEs "" ? W Ten **; News.Lepder, Fcriiandtna)) )flench/ Florula-Thui-sJ.iv. November 2G,1DGtLrm"

ii i B. SbPersonnel I I ,V !ik t sid r.t 115tn r 'JrH. [aChaic@'rliest __.. ........ 'u_ .. -.......... ."
i i "- .

4 News of theBOAT CLUB Manager 'i'! Florida Native Oldtimer I. ;

rr-- ; ,
IJY' >/.

.1S CARSON: MrKUNDRCE) ( I It is with great pleasure ..

r tt11 .,' '.
Fq 'S ,
All members;; of the Fcrnamlliia meeting will begin! promptly at that we extend ,:".

Beach Hoot Hub are urged to al.1 i B;:00 p.m. R
tend! .I he meeting to be held thli This In i very Important mootIng .

Frldiyfllfilit: at DIP clubhouse The _for all you member, for Ihll v+' All Good Wishes .
o to .;... .., .
'", .r

o o ,.


: 25th Anniversary '" ,

__ I,.
i I
B, Shrlglcy joined the Fer. '
o J. H Sweeney' LaChance l I.
Kcnmth "Ken" M Forehand I
nandlna I II
Division In 1943; to become
jdncd: the Fernandina Divisions> I cue of the thinning rinks of Ray.
Manager for the
Congratulations mill
I engineering staff In December 1954 oilier veterans who Joined the com.:
lie .
previously served sales
for an automotive at tool manager company .| Just three years later he was promoted pany at its beginning In 1927 In on the occasion ...
o to Assistant Resident Engineer fact 'Sweeney' LaChance went to
leaving this to
position and In 1959 became the mills work for the company before there
become I
TO personnel director for a
Utilities Superintendent He as.sumed was a company! I IHe
1I large cigar manufacturing firm of their
his present dulits as Resident worked en construction of the 1
I A native of ,
Hunlsvlllc Ontario '
Engineer! In 1 Ir62. romnuny'a original mill at Shelton,
Canada, he received hit early education A native of Florida, Forehand I Washington' and on startup was
I : United:: was graduated from the University employed as a screen tender In 25th
States He studied music, elocution
of Florida In 1950 with a Degree! In 1928 he was transferred to the Anniversaryin
: and foreign language it Ruskin
Mechanical rnglnoriIng! cempanvi second mill In Itoqul-
; College! and later completed) ) L'ulvcrulty Married to the former Rulh Wll- am, Washington, to help In the
I of Florida extension courses Hams, the pair have three sonsi startup and was kept on as a blea.
1 In Industrial Relations, Plant Managemont .i Kenneth Jr.,. 18, Terry IS and chtrman He served In a number Fernandina Beach ;
Our Past Relationship Has Been and Industrial Safety En.| 7, 1
1 ginnirlng, I IShrigley I Danny eif capacities at the lloqulam plant
I and then In MM was called on to
Is married and he and 50 Million Pine : assist In the beginning of still another .
One his wife Jewell have one daughter .I mill, the compnnv s fourth
: of Extremely Pleasant Mem- Mrs, S. S, Shinall, They are i Seedlings Sold By i i'I i plant, the Fernandlna Division.LnChnnce 1
o also the proud grandparents of'
o three boys and a girl Forest Service i| came to Fernandlnaas Congratulations to the employees who :
._ I'I a shirt superintendent, In Mayof .
--- ,
; ories. More than 50 mllllen pine tree 1942 he was' named assistant -. .
Is the lime of the year \l'hl'n1'1' I seedlings have been sold this season pulp mill superintendent and In 1;f.
o elect a slate of officers to pilot by the Florida Forest Service March 1945 was advanced to pulp will be honored on this occasion and to .1If'r :
o the club through the coming year I announced Slate Reforestation Supervisor mill superintendent .
o I Nominal. will be received from Aaron Jordan tnriuv, I II A native of Yakima. Washington 1
'the floor, and If you don't t want to With the lifting of the sicdllngsj j LaChame graduated from Olympia
: We Acknowledge The Suetess of I all others who have contributed to the
serve! as an officer of the club : from their nursery bids due to be< high/ School and later attended St .
i o you better be present for some gin on November 25, only 3' mil.) Martin. college near the state. a
one might nominate you. lion slash pine seedlings remain capital I'
f i The Plant and Sincerely Hope For Several business matters are up unsold. :, ffo Is married to the former Fae success of the Fernandrrra Division :
r for discussion, and some action Sold out are sand pine collon.1wood. \'tecckcr They have two' children, a .' 1w
: will have to be taken by the club and loblolly Among spcclrs| daughter/ now Mrs, G, L. Bryan ,i .
; Its Continued Prosperity. ''on these remaining for sale are longleaf, and a on, Leon J. They are aliarXLotl'dlnrly :
i i So I urge all you members to pine Arizona cypress red cedar proud of their four i ir
attend this meeting, lets get the and eucalyptus ''grhndcnildicn, two girls and two
club rolling, REFRESHMENTS The Forest Service hnd planned a ;
L. ,
.. WILL BE SERVED, on marketing more trees this year},bays' I II i iI 4
but hurricane Dora destroyed about :
1 IV:}, of the seedling crop'at one eit-
o I the states three( nurseries. I
In .Florida tree planting season I HIRED IT A. S. ALLAN'SCongratulations r,
PORTER &LOVEQUIST p 1j BE CAREFUL ,, begins In late November and us. '
ually runs on Into March THROUGH THE :
COLOR CENTER I YOU CAN'T I You cnn Ret your full soilat se. I WANT ADS I i 1 1

w I curtly benefit no matter how miiih :
1 y BUT BACK you earn after you become 72, So''I I
be sine to apply fur your benefits ; ;
1 1 ._ ._
: I at age 72, no mjitlcf how much you I --- ---- --- -------
each ,
cam! year _n_ --.. .. -
I t

I 'data

1 ;

I 0 ',,' .

1 '

..& ;

1 CONGRATULATIONSTO i ,. I .sill.. j

/ I i "' '. = :




.... ''A :. '
1 ,
: : 1 ., ,r1- VVV! 1
; '. : i

Rayon/er Incorporated :

... ,


ON THE COMPLETION OF on their i "'i Ay .



25ffi Anniversary .,, _



,. from I;;: :
: We Also Extend Our AppreciationOf .,", ,i :


A Pleasant Business '

Relationship Container Corporation of America' :

.. .

1 Burgess & Cook Inc. ... -, ..,.

1 j.,. '.
1 ;
"..t...""t :., .. .

. ,. .'Ir.



., .

I ...............
hwe.l.eauel', 1'ernasdna l'.t mh. l"iol'ielit" 'Inuretlay, 1OVelllliel' at;, I;+bl Fags iers,7

. Battle live Oak To 1-PoiltLossl --- -----
Sports Atone Heights to win the pro-lad-,
lea event; with a best ball net of Women's League
FOLLOW THRU I Ic M The JatkKonvllle ::0,; \8 team of
The Fernindlna Brach Pirate down before Miller punted to the off on the Bulldogs SS and return. I Pro Joe Moll'lon.lld.Okle' \ K.notk,
omplpted thrlr 1964 football leaLon Live Oak II. ed to the Fernandlna 45 and again I Alia ]Iktnbrrrv and "IIynn were MEEK OF NOV. 17 -
here I last Friday nluln l and The Bulldogs to-k over on their the li-yard penalty gave the Bull I re..,.. net-end with 63 Eel Mutism who WI I Inurrnmir
ere edged by the Live Oak Bullkigi 11 and went straight down the dogs another lift and they marchcd Slants teamed withalerle hommers of LHIKS 12 a

2019. In probably the most I field 84 yards for a touchdown down the field for another ... (hieHUO, Shhlev Shave, and Faye Wiias Diug Store 12 It
grilling game of the entire tea- 'thanks to a fifteen yard penalty I. :touchdown: with Randall: I Box scar. I I c, WilH.um finished with 0.1: Folk, West F:nil Alit,) Sales til in
n. Nothing was at stake for theo 'which cave the BulMoRs a first leg from 5 yards out The try for Y \ slon Tio have' 1 1I'n-IIIJ'r'l! temp n'' ream No, I 711.
teams other than the fart ol down at one time during the driveon the extra point was not good and ij if CURT con!;JON : lo1hiI'lI'h.\ \ / ), Willie MaltHiin and high Srrulth Bowlers
(inning or Juslng and the two the Pirate 44, Brady scored the Live Oak led. 13-0 : Edna! IXtUKlieity/ posted a 71 Ueltv Betas 4M ,
ami played at If a football title touchdown for the Bulldog from Fernandina could not move the I June O'hteon .11''
I going to the winner I I yards out and Hunt kicked the ball after taking the kickoff and The football season In Fernnn- I thoughts lo basketball as Coach t.. -- --- - Ruth Williamson 4ntl:
he Pirates won the tons and I extra point to make the score 7.0 punted to Live Oak with the ball dlna Beach ended last Friday I, Bob Slaver will bring out his PIrate Try A nslflwl! ( Ad Wlnl Smith 381: .
.clod to receive with Hurst t kick with Uo minutes and 53 seconds going out-of-bounds on the Bulldog r night with our Plratei getting basketball team rn Dicom I
off to Joe Stores on the Pirate I remaining In the first qu rtcr. 18. The Pirate defense was tough dcleated by Live Oak, 20.19, It was I ber 4 when the season opens against : 'dS7 r .
i and Thrift returned the ball to I IFernandlni i Nobles took the ensuing Live and Joe Stores pounced on a Live a good ball game and proved to be Bilker County at Mncclenny. -
45 The Pirates Oak kickoff on the Pirate S and I Oak 'fumble on the Fernandlna 241 I down right exciting at times durIng I I I Fernandina doesnt play a MAKE THIS A GE CHRISTMAS .,, --
]Id not move the ball and Billy returned to the Pirate 18, Richard yard 1 line. The two teams exchanged the content Fernandina play. I I game at home until pt'com her 18 I IIY WIl.u MATTSON
|ler 1 punted' to the Live Oak 37, Srhnmai Kilned, 8. then added 7 punts with Beryl Rice Inter.crptln ed some of the finest football In I I when the Pirates inlertuin Green Shirley Shave has raptured the
the Pirates were offsides I and I before Nobles made a first down a Live Oak pass to give the third period of the ball game Cove Springs, ladies club championship at the
>ice had to punt again alter on the Pirate 43 Schomas raced i the Pirates the ball on the Live I that most tiny fan would like to I rt '* '* l I fcrnunUina Brach Course for the THE IDEAL GIFT :
tng a five-yard penalty Thli' 14 yards for another first down on Oak 46 as the first half ended with witness but Live Oak opened with I I We will have a bunch of good- second straight year, edging Lois
Malcolm Brady dropped the +I the Live Oak 41. Alvarez gained I Live Oak leading, 13.6, a good ball gime and came back looking girls as basketball cheer I Casty, I up, h:' the 3d/ hole flnn.s.
and Mike Rice fell on It for 4, Beryl Rice lost one, Schomas The Pirates came out to play )! In the final quarter to win the I leaders this year with Gall Me. It was on uphill) buttle all the HO DOWN PAYMENT
'Plratei on the Live Oak 35. I gained 1, then Alvarez passed to ball In the third period and after game According to the programour I Kendree serving as Captain and way for MM Shave win made a :
'the first running play the Pl. Beryl Rice who raced all the way Miller kicked off to the Bulldogs boys were about as big astheir. I Diane Poole being co-captain strong! rally on the last nine holes
were offsides again and for a touchdown but Alvarez's they could not move the ball and I ., but on the field Live Oak Nola Lewcllen, Laura Sorensen She grabbed :i 1 l.up Icirt: for the
''a five-yard penalty Beryl kick was not good and the Uull.i I Hurst! went Into punt formation had a I line which I looked as I large )I Linda Edwards, Elaine Rowland: first hue In the match on the XirclVie NO TRADE -. :
gained 2, Alvarez fumbled dogs acre ahead 7.6 early In the but Beryl Hire and Pikula blasted as any college line Anyway, It Sandy Bryant and Diane Bean I and *.M that margin to vie. '
1 recovered for no gain, then' second period of play. I over to block the punt and Fer. was a good game to close out the will be the group with Judy Pipkin tory on the 3 Ivarez knocked Live Oak took the Miller kick. nandlna over on the Live Oak season with and would have beenbetter ,, .
pass took and Marsha Pendleton serving alI .-.
eons I II I Olin, (/lsry hrld a fmir-up lead : .;, -- ,
------ ----- -- ---
-- -- I If we had won, but as they alternates. Now, If those Pirates after the first 18 holes but was onnhle .J4. .... :
I say down In Gainesville "you can'I win with those girls yelling I .
to match lit.... Shave hid on
I can't win 'em all," for them, they should turn In Hull Hie 1.1nllll'' holes

If ii BEST WISHESTO I ft I' uniforms "rat now." The championship 1'0l1allla\lon\ / / 595 lBS.CAPACITY. =
I sometimes wonder why but I
ml/o wont lo Jean llonptr who de '
I we have been an ardent Florida I While we are talking about good. fl'nll'd11'lIy\ Uik. 1 up In the finals : ::
,: fan for a 11:11;: time and:I times 'looking cheerleaders we want to ,
| some of things Gatorsdo .
flKIb'l1I cheerleaders
congratulate the Thr first. winner Willie 1
I WIn ''
To ;
will make a grown man want '\
lor the outstanding/ Job they
M illson. who fouled llarrtelieWuae \
to alt down and just cry, then ,, Choose 1'rom)
the football :
did dating season I up The !first (light innmil.
I again some of the things that happen Laura Lathrop, Judy Vranken,
turn out to be amusing, Over alien prl/e was won IV Lucille GENERAL/
s'r I Artie Stein Kathy Lewis Theta Suenlt when hhe bent Sara Allot = ;
I at the Gator Bowl for the Florida.
Stwboro Wanda Shealey Pit 2 and 1 1Another I. .
i'r Georgia game an ardent Gator fan and Connie
Kornau Kay
r : RA YONIER 1 I was carrying around a sign say. I Gall worked as hard as the football Shave also came Into
lag "Thlk la next year". After the team all season and deservea the limelight at the club this wok( CHEST fREEZER-
Georgia game and after the FSU I when Dottle Shave linmcd up
lot of credit for their work
I game we think most of the Florida I I I with Llhbn Ciordononeile Kclch
I'I fans will agree that this "II situ pit) Lfs SII'IIII'II"ln Irvin Key- I bit proof, chip proof aluminum liner for :
Mike Cook Buck Bibb Richard _. -- -- foster beet transfer
next year It his been
I INCORPORATEDON Nobles, Richard Schomas Call ;
/1 : :I so long In Gainesville that Anderson Alan Cover, Jack Bar,,, rundown on the Pirate basketball e Sliding baskets for storage convenience j
It Is the same as tomorrow. It plavers mid the mhednlo) for the ;
Duane Rowland Mike Rice,
'Just never gets here, but It does Mike, Flala Jerry Beard, Joe coming season The; I'lrnlrs ploy Fait freeslng enywhere In food comportment :
I give us something to hope for. We only lour pontes before the Christmas -
Stores, Mike Pikula and Joe Thrift ""--- --,
I are convinced the only way we Holidays so mnvbe the football :
i 1 : THEIR will ever win at Florida la to bring I played their final football game players will have plenty of
for the Fernandina Pirates If we E-Z TERMS :
Bear Bryant down there because time lo adjust |to the biiskelbnll
could keep these boys for another
if you don't think he can't do evorythlng. floor' Irom the fooihiill fh'ld.
would have It made at I
I : Just ask those Alabama year we : .
FBHS, but maybe most of them t4 Tt t4What i
SILVER ANNIVERSARY I step people out because from under anybody the who football can will carryon for some college in about this for a score? I FIVE POINTS ;
from athletic events In the future. They The Edward Waters College In .
stands and stop It raining :
and we hate to see Jat'ksonIlle delink Frll'ndhlll,1 I '
can certainly put out a winning! are
i' I football team and Coach Bry. them go, S. Coo 142-0, In a football game last GROCERY & HARDWARE !
IN FERNANDINA BEACH ant can do both -tr '* -ft Saturday. We would say I he boys
i I -- ----
I We are trying to stay with foot. .
ball, but we have to change our .

30. Nobles raced for 5, Beryl falli BEST WISHES
i ed to gain, then Alvarez passed to \
Nobles for a first and goal on the .
:, Live: Oak 7. Nobles gained I 5, then I
; C AND DINING Alvarez went over for the touch. I On The :
I down. Nobles passed to Mike Pik
J ula for the extra point and Fernan-
h Hna with six minutes and forty three' 25th ANNIVERSARY'
: seconds toil In the third
Miller kicked off out- quarter'l

; FERNANDINA BEACH and Live Oak took over on
t yard line. Two playa later Alvarez I of :
grabbed a Bulldog fumble on the
iii. Live Oak 45 and the Inspired PIrates ,I
"JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWN were playing their best football .

of the season as on the first I i
BEACHES" play Beryl Rice raced around end I
45 yards for the touchdown The

: Directory Furnished By These Merchants and Business Men pass for the extra' point by Nob I IIll'S I II
Intended for Pikula failed and

[BE WISE.I Suburban I I the The Pirates Pirates enjoyed could a not 19.13 hold lead.the I II I Our Associations Continue To Be As Pleasant

lead as after holding I Live Oakthe
TIDES I : Fcrnan-I: I,
Gas Co. Bulldogs punted to the

."Porcelainize".. Propane lEavING ALL ;hound dlna: 7thrn'ad line as The after Pirates Scho. '' Through The Coming YearsGENE'S :;

TIMES It JETTIES TOUR NEEDS IN I mal picked up a first down on the .
,LASTSGERR 4 If GAS AND 35 Nobles ran for 2, then Scho r
THAN Add 10 MlnotM Fr GAS APPLIANCES mss added 2 before an Alvarez !
ORDINARY WAX JOB I pass fell Incomplete and Miller
Feraaadiaa BarberHIGH 7 South 7th St. went Into punt formation but he
iUSSERRE, MOTORCO. Phone 261.t661: could not hold I the snap from center I :

LOW I I and Live Oak fell on the ball Franz Mitchell, Mgr. "The Biggest Little Store In Town" :
at the Fcrnandma 32 yard line It

. 8th St. Ph. 26L3819 _, Friday, Nov. 27 T.. H. KING I I took .Ihe( Bulldogs six plays with 1' ..
** carry the ball In for a score I'' .
2:52: a.m. !9-02) : am. PHOTO SHbp Box scoring\! from the 2 yard line .

? 3:12: p.m. 9:37: pm. and the Bulldog!! went: out In front rr
Going Fishing ton Weddln,1 I by kicking the extri point, 20.19, .

Saturday, Nov. 2ft musing FDa | Porl..ltl e :, The Pirates. got a break with a .

VI.lt U. For 3:58: a.m. 10:03: am. theta Appolnalmeattupptkd little over two minutes left In the
Complete Une Of 10:31 Oidrp ball game when Steve Beville and
4:13 : pm.
: p.m. "'00'' "
Fishing Tackle aauu."''wu1s Miller pounced on a Live Oak .
I Rod. Reels Sunday, Nov 29 fumble on the Fernandlna 38 yard
line. Alvarez went to the Live Oak
Outdoor Camping 4:5ri: ) am. 11:00: arm Studio At 504 Ash St. 40, thin tossed to Pikula good to eltsleet atttltllw :

EquipmentFIRESTONE 5.06: p.m. 11:20: pm. 'hon.2614586Rowland' the Live Oak 23 Anoint Alvarez w ro ,-
to.Pikula pass was good! to the I
Monday, Nov. 30 Live Oak 18, but three more passes =3
BEACH SUPPLY 5:46: am. 11:51: arm by Alvarez fell incomplete and rl tl eamM
tho I Bulldogs took over on their .
Fill Atlsntie Are 2(1-4411 5:54: p.m. UPHOLSTERYDO
18 yard line with about 30 seconds
Tuesday, Dec. 1 YOU NEEDNEW remaining In the ball game .
How Much Will Your COVF.IIIIIOS n. REPAIa Mike Pikula. Barry Rice, Beryl ,
TO YOt'tnENrrvna
6:31 : am.
: am. Rice Steve Beville, Jerry Beard s
'SOCIAL SECURITY 6:38: p.,,:,. 12:39 pm. NEW situ* COVERSran Joe Stores, Alan Cover and Benny I ,.

| Pay You or Your Fam//yl// Wednesday, Dec. 2 AUTO rout Alvarez makers In were the the game Railing with tackle Buck ,

GULP LIFE'S Planned 7:12: am. 12:47: am. FREE ESTIMATESWe Bibb, Billy Miller Richard Nobles .,
will 7:16: pm. 1:22: p.m. Pick Up and Deliver Richard Sdiomas Joe Thrift t
Security AnclyiSi Mike Rite and Carl Anderson do. i

help guarantee th... Thursday, Dec. :3 Porter & Lovcquist Ing good defensive work :
marked the final
lenefito The game t
Social Security 7:49: a.m. 1:27: a.m. General Contractor football game as Pirates for I

7:53: p.m. 2:05: p.m. SPECIALTIES Joe Thrift Mike Pikula, Joe
May Wt Serve Yod WOODWORKING Stores Jerry Beard, Mike Fiala, ,
Dec. 4
PI.ASTIC !SURFACING Mike Rue Duane Rowland, Jack
,JAMES F. (Jim ) 8:24: a.m. ,2:04: am. CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS Barnlak Alan Cover, Carl Anders r 1
KITCHEN: ANn OATH Richard Sthomas. Richard
8:28 2:46 p.m. IOn
RYLANT : p.m.
REMODELING Nobles Buck Bibb and Mike Cook. I
P. 0. Box ,,89 Complete ShowroomFor Randy Price did not gel to play, | r g
: Phone 26M81.1: : TUM Court*** Color Coordination but Is also a Senior I

Gulf Life Ins. Co. CMM OMNtatle turny Phone 261.3068 Wayne Looking Btnncr to will next have year Billy Conch Mil. I I i Hive you priced I tiger. (lately? ;

ler, John Bunch Jim Young. Bar. ,
ry Rice Beryl Rice, Bonny Alvarez Take the GTO, for Instance Come with' 335 hp, Or 360 at txtra cost. Plus bucket setts. Carpeting Walnut dash. Quick Wldl.Track Tigers. :
and Bobby Johnson with And hit that, Yet It soils for less than a lot of pussycats with imitation stripes Then then's the Le Mans Same FUN IN THE SUN I Steve Bevllle John Allan Gran. kind ol pitittt.' Sam kind ol rackle. Same kind of low pr ca. SUghll/" smaller teeth So price a tiger rOnuiC U "Inl A< t)IU .

: = : vllle Burgess!! Frank riala, Harry We're building Wide-Tracks again I See them all!! at your authorized Pontiac dealer nowl :
AT FERNANDINA BEACH : u ; Mills Kenny Lancaster ar 4! Da.
__ V vld Johnson up from the tenth
I The record for the Pirates for _
GOLFING AND JUST PLAIN "LIVIN" the season was four wins, four 925 South 8th Street Phone 261.4167 "'

j losses and one tie. rr

**, :p't;',

b. i't

. && &' & && ...-..... : ,IPirates t: .1



Pnire. Twelve .' News--Lener! Termndmn: Tench, FIrida-Thur( day, November 26, 1064 I

..- ,, ., Assistant ManagerHas r+ I

Happy Birthday

Rich Background- Prom

Johll! F )Ildipor brings a rich (to heroine the mill. first trchiiral
Judge J. E. (Gene) WeatherfordDon't
bm litio.mj of company cxpcrleiie superintendent!! In 1)31!) he was ap
Ic hs: p,ill)'in 11 Assistant pclnlrd Assistant Resident Man I
ager fcr the Port Angles Division Forget, Your Birth Month Is
HcKldinl Manager for lion Fcriuii
In Pert Angela, Wishing! and
rim, Ditltlcn) lie J joined l Ravcmlerts In 1H3! nan tnnnferred to Jernondina I Tims To Renew Your Driver's LicenseCONGRATULATIONS
a liimisl In 1041 ut the Olympic to begin his present duties i +
I IIt'NI'/m'lI<< / Pixlnlin in Shelton,
r WasltinKlon, As a research chemist Ilex per wi born In Orono, --- .-. -
Be there Ic wan active In many of Maine, and received his umlir. wY
ti-r the important areas of cxploratlcn graduate degree In chemistry from e 7 JR 'tn i16 'v '
Fr carried out by the division, among the University of Maine and later
there the development of a kraft was awarded a graduate degree
pulpIIR pi ness which led to the from Washington Stale University I
iiinslrucln of the cumpjiiy'i Jcs-, lie and Ills wife, Jean, have one
up Division ion Edward. The three are cnthuslastlc .
JOHN F. IIOUPEK- _. In 1:Io3 lie transferred to.Jesup- golfers.

f t t l t d, t, ie

__ ___.__o-<<_ _, ..."......... .". TO
25th ANNIVERSARY THIS SLM] I IV :MARCH\ OF 1918!: shows the beginning:: of construction of the chip I
I oiue\or to the chipping pliint of what \\n now the bustling local mil! of Havonier
Incorporated this week celebrating its 25Ih anniversary!

P' ._ '___'_.

1.1.' "" "
[ ,,,,.
,]f :
}:: .'1 / : ""fNr ,.

TO .' "

"...10'.;...N':..t.;I'u r)'"




I' Ii i ii

,I PAST 25 YEARS; ri f

'1;'. ,1't .' .
,,' ; 't ; I
f ""

V' V': .. ?: .. ;,- ,. .. ..,. ., ?? a... ,. ._...,m..+....".8. i I II
THIS SCENE IN DECEMBER!\ 1937, shows the forms for pouring the floor of what '
FOR CONTINUED PROGRESS Is now the roll storage room at the local mill of Rayonler Incorporated. I'

I Dr. Woolsey Warns 'j len turkeys, a word of caution is I In a hurry, place'I It: In Its crlglnn!'
I In order wrapper, under cold .
, On Thawing Turkeys I Don't t thaw a turkey nt roves Once thawed I, the unranked running woter ti r. PERDUE & BEVILLE
temperature) or In wum water AI. key meat should not be rcfrorcn
I B. W Woolsey. ii!. D, Dlnctor low the bird to thaw In Us original [
: I II wrapper In the refrigerator It RAY BEVILLE
Peterson Nassau County Health Department,
Packing Co. takes an 1820 pound turkey two I I
stales lint stare turkey will be on: or three days to thaw In the re frig.i icrater. I Trod At Home
J the nun at least once or twice- .1- If you moat thaw the bird! ..
this mantle with the muj rlty of .
...- .. -- -. ._house'\ti\cs.most likely) using fro.II ----
- I

On The Occasionof CONGRA TULA TIONS j

1 1t 1
their TO I



On Their25th


wish for

RAYONIER 'INCORPORATED We Are Grateful For The Good Relations .'J ,!


and Patronage We Have En-

every successin
joyed During The Past 25 Years

the futureas May The Future Achievements of

in the pastTftfofte Rayonier Incorporated Be As Beneficial -

As Those of The Past 25 Years.




IIUNANDINV: ) IK! :.Ull. FWUU.1 ) .\
1910 SUHH: Mh MKLhT; FERN.\NDINA lifcAdl.; H..\.

. ...e1 ..11.1..1111......".r. "''''' ...-. e. 0 .. + __ &


,.. .

News.LeiuU-r. Fcrnnmlinn }Touch, FloridaThur+(day. \ember 2C, 19fil/ I Page Thirteen

____ ._. _____ __" _____ _._______.__ .. .xn





i ,

'! . ,

." .

. , .


S.rl! "4flaKM1af 1ja
UYr aOI.1: ;; 00

e:.. J R.
9 .fV
"4.t. "
"NPR"C', Ftoi \

i Fi
6oYember .

>3r ntna= t.ed ida
\ 90x'
Resid Snc
ie :achy

11X"andina and yoUX. ,
you 1 i
to ;
BXY'. x.UJ'J'''
pear) \0 conl .x '
v43 .,
,,0\a t :, a It
ou >. .s5eC '
-- '\ 0'" ..ol "

"9''Y f.xo andi a knw. Whc\ ggnunitya 0 f
th l.9, .
that 10.0
S'm sireDrier 'oye \1 st 9x twe139"y" tn.0"

f eel "lY t.ne 9"O'p..
i, ve cart o i'oo qin9 f o\\ o" ,. _,'.

l g ;;. ." ;did
..ett" .9leo nee'
0 f out /
years 1NF

\ J"


\ I





V r I .
-. ;.!



.,I Ira

/1 14trl

., ,
r w w11ww.4<**?/'*r w nwy w M.MS


Pn!:' 'Fourteen ;News-Leader, Kernundma) Beach, lo'lori Thurnciay, overnberb! t). l'JU\ (
- -
OJ"" "

:: &viok1&L "n.(' _
:: : ( :
'. .,.,j

........... ,
..11 1144 PICNICS'c( )

;:: ,

& : /I .1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 1111111'I
IInIhMl 111 111 .'
lNl -- r wr
.. : .mn n.-ir+ dl PLUMROSE IMPORTED _". r Iwrrr.wwwr '

; PRIESGOODNOYEMBER2lrfiTHRUTHE ( ;A ti SLICED HAM II .7:77 -;"-. .5:11: .6* i Merchants E

... C COTTAGE CHEESE. . .-. .
"1 .
CREENDELL.BR'ANOIBREADED j YIw..E..voioutEal ,12-2-64














; ., 1 t c TREATS REG ",


1 FYNETASe- 72"x'80"CANNON '$ T88 1 WHITE BREAD w 2?


60[ 1LIMIT1
MORE ORDER V ,i!.1141' HUNT'S -

; 19 :10 TIDE or SALVO
'''pple' baui.* 58C
: ( \ CiT PKG

;:. ". '' YU //I / I R I 6 1 + I LIMIT.2 WITH 5.00 .tll" : LIMIT-3 WITH 3.00 :

: ..f.....+.t ." 1' I
.BESSIE LEE Coconut Bon or Vanilla


SUNSHINE Tumtp.Collorj.Muitafd FROZEN SLICED .S 10o PKGS

; f CHILI .
',r I
1 \11TH BUNS
/ I'' + TOWELS ;:r2 FR.FRIES 3-r 5 CANS 100


LB BONUS! Inrt '

: I I / 1 e Mrnhx6s ; ; Mrchrntl
"""""" 1WnhrlN 1 o.s[MSa.Mrrchmb w I axlR nlhrni I I .RU r.h.n
rnnl.nra nwrn4cw4w I Ak WITH tNtl COUfCIV AN*PVVCHAH g | p Mtfta Vrllt*IM< COVKM MKNAU gfI
: FRESH PASCALCELERY' GREEN STAMPSI ...44.blrorv4.rounna.mwu/n......,.._17.2.61 ....wY2Sr..d .,.., ..?..,yron.,, wx 12.2.6/,,,?.,..,.,.,..w,2d1.... *n.r.4xa.enrv4"an..., '"." 12_2.6'a"IInroYn w 2211 1 .. ?? YJ.J44, ._..-.-..".,..
rrrrrrr STALK rr ;1 MxIhMH I Mxehxll I i M" 1 OIRI".IrM. I I onnMS I Io.uN.nlh. I I IaatRww. EI
ritec EXTRA IRE[[XTRA r+ ,, -' 1 1 rRt tT I FR[[ tXTRA 1 1 fRLtXTRA
1 WilH IMit I I J JONES 11 f I'Tl ILACKt WHITE 11 r /I/P / 1 / nnn.I/wa41r nn1..xY
r .. .L PKG 1, ,f. IV SAUSAGE LINKS J | |jx j KODAK FILM J ((2XD COLOR' FILM ; ; PIiiANAPIES 1 1 sLlclD IMroareD 1!
., .---.---- -'-.x-- ..1..... ..W.'.Jw..."._x, 12nn.2.6/..rox..-... 0..1N.-.x.,1..,M 12.a.44Y... 'nro4rob.-MY.,, 12-.22.//--.44M1.Y..6 r..wran 4.oNrp.roMl'Mll..l 11.2.61.xnn TAy4...lut.../

.: 'FOtfdfAIR.. I I I .' ; FIRST FOOD( ( '!FAIR .' : IT1.1iIi1iI' :'

,. .
y .-

...P-.. '" .. ... .

.... ..........................,..., ..."'" .' ........ ..... ... .... -S -
." ;,o- p.4'1

-":" ."' ''.'', ...-. ...- News-Leacier rernanclina Beach Florida Thursday November 26 1961 Page Fifteen
; : ,
I Private Woodlands I '; ',.. '

A.3c R. N. Crankshaw Third Class Robert N, Cranfcthaw
138 % of State's Hunting Reports I Jr. son of Mr, and Mrs Robert
Assigned 1o AFB N Lrankohaw Sr, of 1861 S Flet.

Forest AcreageThe }oRiN' f i1 Indicate Record Trobzon Turkey her the training Ave? has course graduated for U S,from Air

:tp'r Forte Inventory specialists at
AMARILLO, Tex Airman
Private Woodlands of I Year In StateLAKE -- -- .. Amarillo AFB Tex,
Florida amount to 38 r; of theStales Alrm ,n Crankshaw, a graduate
and 5 turkey; Osceli, 35 deer
total forest acreage This of eriiamlma Beach High School,
t.., tar and exceeds other own Cm Hunters liar and tuikey: Lake Butler :3.s;;> deer
away vrall'd t un intimated 223 their and Is bring reassigned' to Trab/on
I rrthlp of Public !!;; Forest and 6 turkey; Gulf Ilanmixk, 40
Air Station,
72 turkeys In the six wildlife Turkey, for duty In
Industries -23%) Farm 28', deer and 13 turkey: Lamp IIIand his
mauaM'nu'nl arena In the mrth- new specialty lie entered the
More than 7,000,000 Florida acres 1 I! fist region during the first two I hug, 4J slier and 34 IUI kl'Y. Air Finer In June,

i are private woodlands which are I I r. va days of the Db4b3! hunting season '
defined as acreage ownership which according to Brantlcy Goodson,
: Is non.farm and non.Industrial It regional manager for the Game
embraces a large number of own. Fish Commls.
and Fresh Water
ers Including merchants. professional 1 slop
men and city dwellers who own
Oixdsnn said that the deer kill
woodland acreage This definition
also Includes people who live in the Is considered high: >, while the tur OUR THANKS TORAYONIER
ERNEST P. DAVIS country but do no farming I key I II rated as slightly Ion Commission .
biologist! simile'Ipatcd a
Along with the farm ownership Assistant Manager !Sou I Mast Timber DiUsion",
Resident lower lurkey kill for the region
Manager! Southeast( Timber Dnlslon grouping, the private woodlands
The Assistant Resident Timber I Division this season due to the heavy
are poorest managed. Both the In. Manager of Ruyonlcri
A native of \asinu County and a RiuduHta of the University rains during the spring) and sum
dustrlal and public ownerships have in the Southeast li Edward K.: Junes Jr, a native of retell.
of Florida with a Bachelor of Science Degree! in Business Administration stir, He also elated as another
a higher degree of protection, re burg, Migmm and a resident of FciHanding Beach for the past
Davis was elfemloed| in the Naval Store. business factor for the low turkey harvest
seventeen (1171)
forestation, stocking, and timber years.Jones
before Joining Kajomcr) In UIO as Assistant Forester, quality entered Mrgmia Polytechnic Institute In 1918: and iiiad that many hunters prefer! cool
H* entered the Militaiy Service in lull, serving in the European uated from there In early 1<>4.J: with the Bachelor of Silence weather and the weather this
and Pacific Theaters with the Engineers, He was dischargedwith tort The by need 19i5 for and wood will will double Increase by degree He went Immediately Into the U. S. Marine Corps and wl''kendla.. exceptionally warm And All It Has Provided, Not Only
the rank of Captain and returned to Rajonier In 1948 as Field The turkey kill should Increase
the year 2000 This create an Immediate served with elements of the Fourth Marine Division in the Pacific
Supervisor Theatre until October 19-15 After discharge from the service when cooler weather arrives.
challenge to farm and private .
Davis was promoted to Operating :Manager of the Timber woodland owners to Jones furthered his education at Duke University School of Forestry I \Uldlilc Officers working outside For Our Company But The Entire
Division In 1155 aid to Resilient: :Manager of the Southeast Timber manage of the ,
their woodlands for maximum receiving the Mauler of lortatiy Degree In June 1947 management areas report)
Division In 1!
l/foO.> growth and profit, The Florida For. Jones also joined Ruyomers Timber Division in June of 1947as the hunter success on all upcclcs
lie Is a Ihreetor of the Ainencan Pulpwood) Association. Dnec- pst Service 1 Is available to assist a forester and worked in vatlous opacities with this Division of game, except turkey, as being
tor of the Hindi. leieitiv A't eluticn, a member of the Society these owners In achieving this goal. In both Florida and Cleoieflu and un January 1, infill received the \ery highHudson; Community.
of American loresteis and a I Florida 1 Registered. Forester assignment of Assistant Operating Maunder with the primary further stated that the
Davis married the former Bittyais, a native of Fpinundma The Agricultural Conservation function of acquisition! of additional acreage In the Georgia opciat success of squirrel and quail
Reach, They have four ehildien. Diane, Ernest Jr, Clyde and Program provides, through the ag huntl'rs81 and
rlculturcl Stabilization and Con. I beg area to furnish substantial acreage for a backlog llf land and very good they
Peggy timber for the Jisup ope i'Htnn of Ravcnier. On January 1, hub' too, should be even noon 811I'1'1'88.
lervatlon Service certain
-- ,
tHigh he to AasixtHiit Manager illative the overall ful during cooll'rI lamp
was promoted to operations I
meals for forestry, soil, water and
wildlife development practices I of the Southeast Timber DiUsion, I Blending reported 9 t hUIII> killed HARDEE BROS. CO.
School Echoes. These payments: are available to Junes U mw's'kd to the former Barbara' King a native of and Gull Hammock reporltd 40 ,
private woodland owwncr Jacksonville! Florida, The couple have (hue daughters" namely I hUll: killed These! arc the only
11\ I Ginger III I.Incla. 14 and Iluilara Jean S, two wlldlilc1 management areas
Forest owner Interested In the .- -age- ; age ; age -- -.--- I In this region In which hogs are 218 Atlantic Avenue

benefits of the Program may ob. Dining 25 years of operating the! I 4300000( cords nf pulpwood hate I clause as game animals I II
lain more Information from the Fernoncllna division, Kijonur hns' bun delivered by railroad Iran*. I Estimated harvest of deer and
Florida Forest Service. the Soil received 1500000 cord of pulp i poll itlon to Rayinkr Frrnmidlna turkey In each minagcnunt area
I Conservation Service, and County wood by truck deliveries to this division during 25 yean of opcral Is as follows: Am'Ilia. 23 deer and I
gents, division; I Ing here 7 turkey: Stelnhatchee 40 deer
---- --- - - --- ------ ---- -- -
C r!


Last week 20.19 loss to the Live with an overal: season total of 87,
Oak Bulldogs brought to a close an Despite the loss of many out standIng .
exciting and successful season for Senior ktlernun, neAt year
the fighting Pirates of *BUS Load. sluuld be1 a hippy one for .'l'rnan.
I'd1'1111 fine ballplayers) and fm dina rool I bill fans With the right
spirit, the Pirates fought/ their way attitude and spirit FBIIS shouldaiam rti
through: an unbelievably tough : (kid a winning combination,
schedule, Thanks to a dedicate! The cenler band members also
coaching staff, which Includes Mr, marie their bows Friday night i
Wayne Binner, Mr Robert Stner and haa their chancei to direct
Mr Red Been Mr Cceri.e Tyson their swan' songs, The Stature real.
and Mi. Earl Burch Hills (Iin. Iv gave the bud a workout, but
(shod the action with a 441 I record Mr, Hi,:Is Jib seems sale for another .
This year' trl.l'aplalnsIlkI'! >cmlA I "

Pikula. Pee \\ee Nathan, and Je,'r. I December approaches, It I.I Is
ry Beard provided" the Pirates I time to put the old pigskin away t ,
with cxccllcntjeailijwlp: and bung out tho rnundball Bas
There was a touch of sadness at kctball practice has already begun LOW HEELED SHOES IMPORTANT':
last week game because. It m.uk. and the Pirates are quickly ready. I
cd the end of many of our Pirate lug mselvcs! for their first game,
high school, football careers Sen which la at !\1acl'lenny on Deccm. ON RAYONIER TOUR
lor Pirates whoI 111 not return her 4. Coach Bib Stover has high
next year are little, Pikula, hike hopes) for this )vears quad, as he
Rice, Joe Stores, Joe Thrift, Jack has six reluming Itttermcn Muchof
Barniak, Richard Sdiomns. Duine these hopes will depend on 8'5" ,
Rowland, Buck Bibb, Mike Cook, !, veteran center Ron Snpp 8'4"' for. Although he isn't about to prescribe wear- 1
Pee Wee Nobles Alan Cover, Jer. ward Mike Cook, and 8' cornerman
ry Beard, Mike Fiala, and Carl Joe Thrift
I ing apparel for the the
Andersen, The Seniors had a thrill, pleas. many guests expected at

Although FBIIs was defeated 20 ant or otherwise, when they' received i
Fernandina Division's house celebrationon
19 by a tough Live Oak eleven, ', the results of their Senior Placemen I open
no one IOn lay that the: Pirates ) Examinations These tests are I
tf the standards for, selectionto Friday November 27 mill Bryan L.
dieln )play root ball as III al meant one I manager
to be plJ>cd, Trailing 13.6 at hatt I Heirieln slate colleges, so the
time, the Piutes stormed back to arrival uf the! scores Is one to the Rauschert emphasizes one point :
score two quick teiuelulowns early most exciting events in the Sen.

in the third quarter, Binnv Alvar.cr lors year
scared on nn mil sweep, and Sell ml will be out on Thursday "Wear "
walking shoes -. is his urgent ,
Beryl Rice who had already nllieh. and Friday, and to liven up the your
cd a TD In the firIialr' scored long weekend' the Student Council
again on an Intuitnilun Hiwever Is )planning a dance fir appeal.
ate was against the Pirates at fioni 8 to 12, at the 'saturdaY'1 ,
Live Oak )pulled In front to stay by Admission Is Tae slug: $1 r
scoring a I'nurlh ncrled" TI), Olfen Music will be! by the Blazers of I Mill visitors will cover acres of ground
sivcly, Richard Schomas and Beryl Valdosta, one of the! most popular many \fin
Rice were out,limling as they made bonds aiouud,
a shambles of the Bulldog ill. See you nl'x.wl'Ck\ or at the inspecting the mill's manufacturing facilities

tense. The clelinsive unit waspenrneaded dance! !M 1
by Steve, Bcvillo and and in the process, walk several blocks as they

Barry I ice, each eollvrtln a doz.
en tackles. Incidentally, linl'back.I I Trade At Home join in helping company employees celebratethe
ers Sorry Rice and Mike Pikula |

Jointly led the Pirates In tackles Fernandina Division's 25th anniversary. .

Guided tours will begin at 9:00: A.M. at the

mill office and continue at intervals throughoutthe

day. Each conducted group will be shown

Happy 25th AnniversaryTO

how chemical cellulose is made from log to

finished product

{'t:. In the interest of safety, children under the

age of 12 will not be permitted on tours.

And .

Best Wishes For A Continuance of

Success In The Coming Years .




6th'" And Ash Streets FtRVANDIVA DIVISION --I


. . See 0 5.5.55.T''T"r..yi, ,.r r

.,' / .: j.tf ... .. .. -t II'r.t '

(".pjzp j: ct!l .'t\lI4.Ll:r, Fcrnnnulaueach, Plorida-Thur\'(iny, IvovemBer 26, 19ti4
-- -_ __ _. __ ._ .. __n_ _r. _...1.- .. ...

1 n r'IP. R nlRn!n nvlryuqt!! Ir rlrtnnnelP, !.IFIIIi?!: !! ::' :
!! }!!! !!! ll: I : ,
!!:' ': : { ? : +wNwSAYE
'''"i!!i {!! lij; 'i .....
RES, 49< COPELAND FRESH : ,;,,,, ,; is

Sausage ".451. .i iii I li !' :f x I f. i

15 BISCUIII i !!ji:: I!ih, e I ? ,,,
Biscuit's I ToACan 1 01 _
., I if STAMPS 1

P.knits 3 La. fAN 1" =

N :'. Small Pork :.:
!!!! : -
Grouper LB. 39xSUNINYLAND o STOa t :' ==

+iuunuuuuEilIiwnuluuuuiuluuumuu: +iliiluiu+ ., Iuwl t
FRESH PORKSausage" I "'a7N N7 ,r
PEG ?7 DIXIE \ Br. r. .1. ., 1 d ..

39 Rolls$ 2V 49' /-... i : ..

I I. ,. .,
: sj:k 49x.,: Twirls 2n,49'

Treets.t Kf.,'29' ,
:. .,
.. ,
: ( 'NINN.DIIII.'ONU. INCCOrVOI -t. r ,yR.T' 1 .,

j y r i1'r
1- .. /} -

r '$ .

/ u. S. No ::1 White f : ;

:, COPELAND .' i I d'N +} 1



/ ,2 O LB. BAG 1 Nf CHIPPED HAM N A EXTRA,.. l .6"M ?: :
lY." '
/ S / N TWO CAN/. wo"O"N jJ"S. '
I' REGULAR 33< JIAii DINT[w.' ANV. .
; Tepplny Tornow ,illOl cf; BarsHAWAIIAN
/ CORNED BEEF .., .aas .
..., ., II
I .r MNx N 011 n .x NmR 11 rt/.NWx" NN, 111
ht1 | REGULAR 33< :
, CHOICE ,,;r*e r/DeIN ONI.dL .O. oNe u.CT.l/N/. .
I / Y r 'J PKG ; Dinners, Ground Be1f Tee i'i. :
0000 TNRY NOV I/TN 0000 TNRY MOV 1/TN .000 TMRY :
4 .f.M wINN DNI MII L 1INWINNaYV, /r. -i __ 11 N'.>Fxp/NDf1 ?.. :

4\' d7.!,"GREEN"..- ..STAMPS.-. i d% GRN STAMPS I ( dx GREEN STAMPS I .6'1i u.GREEN. ....STAMPS._ .:
1 ONE I.,L/ ON[FRON ..L/.IRO. ONI 10.CT. ...' 1
Meryorlne Coconut Coke Cube Steoks Papa Pletn :
: .00 TNRY NOV. IfN .00 INKY NOV. 11TN
l_ ._ .fIMWiNN..I. IIO If 1Nf w NxplN 1'11 :: NNpiNI, III TNr.u/11f {11.' .'

.. .
N, .r11Y S1Y 1 r f F -- --.
i ry r ps
1 1
1 1 1 1 1 1 1
1 1 1 1
4 1 .
1 1 1 1
/ 1 1
1 1 1
r 1 1
1 1 1 r/r 1
1 1 .
1 1 1
1 1I 1 1.
1 1 .
1 1 1 1
I tVAPORAI'l/ / 1 .
1 0 1 1 p w fl .1
/ 1 1I
1 1I .
1 1 1 1
1 1 1


: Reg 3/l", 46-oz.Cans Reg. 31,291.JOoz., (, Jar I Reg $175.. 10-oz. Jar I Ii' 1 Con Reg 3/45 .-Tall Cans Reg, ?9<' ; Giont Box Reg, 59 Giant Box Reg

4FOR::' I I SI19 '1 1 1/1 1 I I I I i' $139 j jI 1 I II I II I II I 1 1 1 1I I 1 59? ::8F01Famous _1 1 58 1 1 1 1 1 ? 1 1 1 1 t'7 !

: Great Picnic and Party Drink I. Comport Quality and Pike I: Good To The Lost Drop :j 'In New Flavor-Saver Con I Quality Low W.D Prlct Famous Quality.Low W-D Prlct Comport Quality and Prlct .Assorted Colors :

(ly n 1 t! rI rr'Ir
)Wax:Papeh r. 7. 2 75-ft. Rolls.35* r -
..., ."JHT1, ,1 \;4M CAHankie;a41#}lr r 1 l y:, -J-\yrtorMv' 111 'yli1: Sauce..2 I Cans 25{
: ,''f' 1fgJ
"" \ J 'I:3: : : 50.ct:Pltgs. r REG. Ityii.. t THRIFTY MAiq CUT' :

I 1 MARCAL 303 .
.. '
Beets 10
',,, ,- / Morton Frozen White Napkins f 80.ct. Pkg 1 10* j


.. 'APPLE MARCAL Pastel Napkins 2 60.ct. Pkgs,2S' Greens..1O'

? : '.'r 2 50-ct. Pkgs.39t .
.., 1r
HERSHEYS Beans..8i.

fPIEs- Chocolate Syrup 23'
:.- 16-oz. REG. 23< e'LYKES (WITH BEANS)

... SUNSHINE FRENCH Sauce SPAGHETTI Mix ? r 7 .. r ),m-o 23' (!hele I I .' 5a'l.MARCARINE. ;1

Crackers 31 //
Krispy '- i.u.pkg.:


Tooth Paste
"- "JKi.
: FAMILY SIZE 7 :* .

3 Bake-Rite ? r.(3 Lb.Can 69 YELLOW ELGIN IB 10

j t .

I. .. ,.EverreacJy ,Cocoa "i-u, ,.car. 55 /

I L 1 i21JFilhhiIfribTIL..- For Bood.Thinfls. To Eat :Iiii:i:: ;': ;;:]!I!!I!:1 _:

..... ....:..... .... .....................

..- 4,
.... ..........".......\.......I' ... A) .. 0. 0111' 111111 1


- -

". MAYOR'SPROCLAMATION :\itti-lA\uKt; 11'/1111:101'.1: ben:! .In ruhIhul uo .'OWIIl'JI:1'' : ;JO: IVul: 1'hytl Outehttror\ !
... wtw

. w,... .. / .. .

WHEREAS, the Femandlna Dv.!'
Won of Ravonler Inrcrponied liKmplcllni
n years of continuous
I oiwaltnns, andWHEREAS
this operation has (5
crntribi;'ted Immeasurably l to the
gN pcrnomlc well bring of Fernanrtina
.. Beach and lie citizen and
I I WHEREAS the Fernindlna DI.
vision of Rayrnlcr Incorprrited f CONGRATULATIONSTO
hat caused social and rultural enrichment .
t I
7w l of rernandlna Beach

Hiyonler Incorpnrat-
ed has displayed throughout this
I quarter of a century a deep concern .
for Its cbligatlons of citizen
WILLIAM M. GREEN ship, manifested In contributions
: to a'l aspects of llle In Fern n.I .
25 Year Veteran Southeast Timber DivisionFred
Office Manager Southeast Timber Division I dins Beach and
I WHEREAS the potpie of Fcr. R. Conner, joined the ranks of Rsyonler in 1819!>> after a
I Wli lam M. Green c'me to work with Fernandina Pule & Paper nandlna Beach appreciate Rayonler cuieer of several years In the logging; and lumber tallies in NOl'thnor'da
1 (BOW lUyonlor Incorpoiatcd) m Dumber 8th, 1937 bruising Incorporated and the Com lie la now rouna.ng tut uii sweaty iUth peer of service: RAYONIER INCORPORATEDON
kh him. eighteen years of expertrnrs as Office Manager and pany's Fernandlia ) lucce8l.1 with Rayonler
khler with ether companies! in Camden, N. J., Norrintown, Pa., wish It continued yean of In the beginning he was employed as a Wood Buyer and held
Ik, Pa, Kansas City, Mo, and Charleston l S. C, (ful operations, that position until 1940, be was then appointed Assistant to the
J While the mill was under construction and until 194,, he. serv- I NOW, THEREFORE, I, E. J, Manager of the Wood Department, and In 1061 lilt was appointedto
as accountant In the "Wood Deimrtment.' When the Southeast JOHNSON. JR, Mayor of the City I his present position as Manager of the Wood Procurement Department. .
nber Division of the Company was Ret up is a separate division I of Fernandina Beach, Florida dot I Ii THEIR
moved to our present downtown Fenmndina quarters, he was hereby proclaim Friday, Novem-I II A life long resident of Nassau County, Florida Conner attend
minted Office! Manager and ban nerved in that capacity to date. i her 27, 1964, as Kayonler Appro-: ed Hilllaid Hlith School: and Massey BUHUI M College
He and his wife Irene, have two sons Robert and Richard I elation Diy and call upon all c'tl1 ': He Is married to the former Ruth N'ewsome. They have three
i hobby U gulf and he hacks around the golf course In about 1 tens to recognize this day In a sons James F. David N. and Marvin G. The couple are the proud
1 strokes. I suitable manner I II grandparents of five boys and five (tills..
Dated at the City of Fernandlna --
I Beach Florida, this 24th, day of I THE SEA AT SUNSETI had sought, SILVER ANNIVERSARYFROM
November 1964MAOR walked al eve beside the silver+I
I E. J, JOHNSON:" JR. soi. The ripples seemed to ,
I whisper
((}UJ3PS/ WiGApS I I Ii To view the lovely selling of the each to each
sun As though a secret passed front
i Nassau Farmers I The quiet waves spoke, gently crest to crest;
unto me As U, liidwd they did essay to
To Get Questionnaires Of other lands beyond the horizon. \teach
I II The m>.stcru'i bid in the otcaas THEEMPLOYEES
I The peaceful scene did soothe my bicast. I --;
i ahaeatOA For 1964 CensusQuestionnaires : troubled mind '

eayunipJ JntUJ I And day cure had the brought mood ,the tiresome For, In the O'lIa'l bosom life
for the I'M Cm- began I
I ass' rf Agriculture are now being For In the golden sunset I did In all Its varied forms, which OF -
mailed out to farmers and ranchers .)I find new wo know; I
: :!II 11,' of Nassau county, according The peaceful haven Hut my sou'' And, yet when life shall/ reachIts
---- -- -
s I to Hugo Leslie, crew leader In utmost span I --
I charge of the census In the count stand and check the form for ac. Hrr tides shall still undaunted ,
I ,. curacy ebb and How.
; 2SIA #nlliuPJsl1Jy I The questionnaires are cxnoclod I the do-it-yourself! aspect of the
I to reach the farmers within a few' farm census Is aimed at living Yea, when the blazlag saD shall
: days. This will allow the firmer time and effort. fade Md die Mather
: In Fernandina Beach I a period of time In which to consult The Census of Agriculture Is And send her planets wandering. of Fernandina
. their 1964 farm business re- taken every five years In the years lost In space, I
. curds la order to answer questions' ending In "4' and "9" to gather The lea shall, still, her final fate
: FromFowler's 'I on the form accurately' before enumeralors .'' fried, up-to-date Information on defy. I
begin calling on Individual the nation's agricultural resources And guard, In frown dignity, her 329 South 8th Street Phone 261-4383
farmers to collect the place.
questionnaires and production. Such Information I'
: I These visits arc scheduled Is vitsl In making decisions affecting .
Jewelry"Christmas I to start on November 23 In / many segments of the U I turn again toward the western I
this county, ,, S. economy, Data gathered Include sky I
I At enumerator will call on I the number and size of farms To see the glory cf the sun's farewell I
Gifting Headquarters" every farmer In the district under acreage and harvest of crops, ; I
his supervision, the crew leader I livestock Inventory, Information on Yet still I hear the wavelet's!
: ATLANTIC AVE. PHONE 261.3420 said At the time of the call, the farm equipment aunt facilities. Coolie all th, '
I enumerator will help the furmrrrllmplrle farm products sold, and use of And lung. : to Know the secrete (limy ,
answers to any quesi ferlili/crs InseUiddts and herbicides '. could. tell I
i lions that prove difficult to under. Herbert Luke
-- -




on the





. I ;
. I

: I !f ? 1 ';'

... w.r ON THE


: "IJ ,k
. ,I

1 A" *II 25th Anniversary

)\ \ We Acknowledge and Salute The Contributions This

.: Outstanding Industry Has Made To The Rapid GrowthV

: .' and Progress In This Area. Of TheFernandlna

: 'if Our Personal Thanks For The Opportunity of Serving

: Both Rayonier Incorporated and Their Many Fine Local Division

: Employees.

: .1I1J'rtfJlfi ;\,

i 1\ w? May The Next 25 Years See Even Greater Success

,. LAND & WILLIAMS, IncorporatedTHE

FLORIDA Na tln.l Bank

; .erntll ..achIHIUMNCI
: .,




r- . .

F Cichleen! News.Leader,, Fernandina Delich, FlorJda-Thurlday! November 26, lOGS "t'r1i f _......- Roxanna Childs phn:( Jr, Academy headmaster, Harris In central Florida Howey
"age ; -__ ,II t; :,1 BlUR I I announced this week, Academy li a non-profit, coeducational .
I On Honor Roll At Gradci are awarded on a numerical .I college preparatory school

x 3 1 E Research Vital 'Howey Academy I rather than letter baste at for resident and day students.

4 f I Ia Ir HOWEY.JN.THE-HILLS Rux- tho Academy, Dr. Vaughn laid | Nlntty-llve per cent of Its gracluatet .
1 1F 1R 1b
To Rayonier's anna Ciillds: of Fernand.na Bach and to attain the honor \ continue their education at
has been placed on the first nine- ctlin: a student must 1'01dlStln'j the college level. Miss Childs lethe
week marking period honor roll at overall average of above' | daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil.
Fernandina MillVitally 1i.8reor;
Howey Academy Dr C A. Van- located on the of Luke1 Ham A. Childs.
-' -
Important to the continued I
successful operation of the Fer.
nandlna mill ire the dynamic reward
) programs being carried out
In Rayonlcn research laborator.
lei As In other company plants,
the Division's cellulose product HAPPY BIRTHDAYTo
and III manufacturing methodsare
under constant research review
Over the yean, process Improvrmenti I
and new products developed
In these laboratories have I
to contributed greatly to the Fernan- STUART H. DAVISLand
dine Division's steady growth
Since the company'i formation Department Manager
development of new end-use applications ., Stuart H. Davis Sr., joined the Ferrmndina' Timber Division
Control Forester Southeast Timber Division for cellulose by Rayonlcr as a forester In 1941 and has completed his 23rd year of company
Technical research people have established I i service, He has served as forester and also as Land Management
Hal joined Rayonler In 1948 after attaining a Master of For. many new markets which tn turn Superintendent of Florida and Georgia forests during this period. Rayonier Incorporated
'extry; Degree at Yale. Previously he was graduated from Rutgers have served to broaden and Increase In 1961 he was appointed' to his present position of Land Department
University and had spent three years with the Infantry in the the Division's manufacturing Manager of the Southeast Timber Division and is
European theatre during World War II. activities charged with the management of. Bayonler'a land holdings in both i
lie has held various positions within the Timber Dlviaon and Slgnlllcally, Rayonler owes Its Florida and Georgia. ;
since IU58 has been in chance of the Technical Control Section. beginning to research. Research A native of Nassau County/Davii graduated from Fernandina I ::.
Hal and his wife Claire have three boys; Jon 15, Tim 13, and led to construction of the com. High School in 1935 and later attended the George Foster Peabody On Their
,Chris 9. pany'i original mill at Shelton and School of Forestry, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia
brought about the first large-scale He Is married to the former Elizabeth Lee of this City. They
commercial use of western hemlockIn have two sons, Stuart, Jr., now With the U. S. Army stationed in
pulping Later research con. Iran, and John Ernest, a senior at Fernandina Beach High School.
ducted at this mill developed a pro. -
I 25th
cess for producing a highly purl. market acceptance for us In tire product use of Rayonler cellulose AnniversaryOf
CongratulationsTO fled cellulose from this tree which cord. "Placetate", another of this and sllvlchemlcals. Of particular!
resulted In establishing Rayonler research center's latest develop. significance Is a new celluchemlcal
aa an Important raw materials sup. ments. Is now being prdouced on' product, "Ethynler", a modified
pller for the growing rayon Indus an expiatory basli by the Fernan Cellulose with chemically built-in I

try.In dlna Division for market. which properties which nuke It particularly ., Operations In Fernandina Beach
the company'i early years, require a product of exceptional desirable In the manufacture
its scientists began experimentation quality for the manufacture of of films and coatings I l
on southern pine and this re clear plastics.A The: staff of this laboratory works
search effort paid off In the devel. closely with the
RAYONIER INCORPORATEDMay new field Sllvlchomlstry draws company'i sales
opment of a method for pulping marked attention from the research and technical service organizations
this abundant species by the sul- Our Sincere Wish Is For Many Many
staff here. The manufacture of sllvlchemlcals In assisting customers In the use i ,
file process and finally led to construction products derived from of Rayonler products Its peopleare
All Your Future Years In of the Fernandina mill. the non-cellulose parts of the trees, often called upon for customer I
RESEARCH TODAY li now looked upon by the company consultations both within the laboratory More Pleasant Associations I In The
From the original laboratory con. as an Important field for expansion and In customer plants
Fernandina Beach Be As Suc structed at the site of the Shelton and growth around the globe. This laboratorynow
Washington mill l the company' At it has from the beginning has a staff of 100 people and
cessful As The First 25. research effort \has expanded Into tha staff at the Olympic Research also lists internationally known Years To Come.FERNANDINA
three separate, but closely integrated Division carries OD.an important scientists among Its members .
research centers. These reward program of pioneering research A third research center, established .I
Fromlynn's canters continue to explore Such research li aimed at develop la Vancouver, Canada, de.
avenues for company expansionand tog radically new types of cellulose votes special emphasis to the field
growth. Their work In the products for future market. The of sllvichemlstry and wood utilisa ''
Dress Shop"For broad field of wood chemistry each program also seeks to build a firm tion. This laboratory also provides
year adds to the world'i store of \knowledge base on which further research services for Rayonler!
knowledge In this Important field. scientific exploration and discovery Canada mills fEDERAL
; Today, one of the world'i largest can build. This laboratory began Since Rayonler'i beginning In
The Finest In Apparel laboratories devoted to wood chem with twenty men; its staff now 1937, the investment In research I
I istry, Rayonler'i first laboratory, numbers 135 persons, including has Increased with each passing
I For Milady"I the Olympic Research Division at many scientists internationallyknown year, reflecting the value placed I
Shelton, still devotes major' emphasis ; In their fields. on scientific investigation by the SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION
I 212 Atlantic Ate. Phone 251-1371 to Improving mill manufacturIng The newest of Rayonler'i research company. & '
processes and the developmentof centers the Eastern Re. The company began with re. I
0 new and improved cellulose search Division at Whippany, New search has expanded and grown
types "Ultranler", a top alpha Jersey covers company Interests through research
pulp for viscose, Is one of the lab. ranging from the creation of new i For the Fernandina mill ai for
Try A Classified Ad For Quick Results oratory more recent achieve. cellulose derivatives and chemicalsto I other Rayonlcr mills research lathe I
ments. This product li gaining wide customer assistance In the new- I key to the futuiel! ,
--- ---- --
--- -
--- -- --- r-- -- -

Suburban GAS SERVICE ,"t',

E Propane ,


Wishes For

: :
'i. ,




'(.. ..
I P ..1


A HAPPY seas


May Our Associations Continue As \ 'p !L. "'i,"... .


Pleasant As During The Past 25 Years


For Many, Many Successful '"'


CHEVROLET DEALER __ Birthdays To Come .


r .:



..... .. .. ."
.. ,. r. .
... rstt. --- ------ -- -

f jr

....- New".Ll'lIdl'r, Fernjimlimt Reach, Florida- Thursday, 'o\'emhl'r 26, 1061 Page 19!
Rayonier's Southeast Timber DivisionIs I

Growing Tomorrow's CelluloseThe

ihtimp.' (iiurnn' lh"mi" of pile' ( run that ivuild\ n'Mch IMOIH! :
drivers selling fotiml.ilirns lor I IRII'rnll'l'l miles, !Sicdllngs for, (This tremendous
l'it' + .4: Hi Fcrnandma Mill was planting!! pre IIrlll1"l'-e smug.plied -
i / r, a N a e. mil I lie only new activity going on oy Ihr company's own' mil',
'{ H '4X l14 YV A nt In Northeast Florida In the Fall of I cries at Yulee, Flotilla, and (Hennvdk ww "Ar < M"gYa4arM+w: dmw.y? +ww.q .
1938 Equally busy wu the com Gl'orllla'hll'h now produce 4i7r. ,-
pany'i newly organized "Woods 10 million plants per year,
DI'purtnll'nlI even then When the company's reforestation .
was netting! nut pine trees to ie. program marled back In the a _

core a perpetual source rf cellulose thirties, much rf the wnrnprrductlve 'M"' ti a.i+.r.+ 'M ,..v. .
s"x for the new mill. And now, 23 tlmheil'nd, or woin n. r.
yean later, these tame seedlings out/ farm acreage Nit t oulv was:
planted In I9J8 are mature pulpwood this land practically worthiest, a l. "."+ .ISryw iraMNr r'rss.r.r ij"
ready to be harvested lor bul ItI as a burden on I Incil economics
the Fernandma ml't Just .s inltnd- thrOl' hout the( region,, It was
rd by Kayonler's foresters a quarter primarily, this type\ of landI hlt-h art Cur.,* .rar.+rw.
of a century ago Rayonier planted to pine and dev.

The Hound of the pile driven eloped! as valuable tree farms By .,. :"+IBi v...r+s.rrw ,..rr.rarxaseM
hat lens been Rl'cnl but the workof developing!! vast areas of unnrodnc, }
the Company's Southeast Timber the acreage Riyonlir returned It
Dlvislin, ai It Will later drsignnlcd to the ccmrmlc rolls of scircs rb( a+e aaaeFIt1131
I has Increased In I'ltcnslly, communities Iliroiigliout Florida
and crpe, and Georgia,
/: Firm Hi. h"dquarlcrB nl Fernandlna "Tree farming Is like any oilier
Beaeh, the division car- kind of f'rnlh'I1'1I'rpt/ >'oi wall
rica cm "tree farming" on a glgnn./ longer beUecn harvests," explains
< .,_. .- tie scale. Its responsibilities today a Uiynmcr lorcMcr, AI their widely
x Include the management of 17 scattered posts, the ccmpany's
1' IS STOCKIMLK'OF WOOD would make a lot of toothpicks but without\ the ce.ise-! company eonlrrlled fnrcbU, or foresters du Indeed mamiL'c the
flow of pulped into the local plant of Kavonler this would only be a few days management nulls, covering more tricts In their charge like any up.todale .
Mi2000 These "tree farmer In addition to an-
for the fcvnsry digesters acres
pply __ _, _
farms" because Ravonlcr grows numb plantings, tl1I'YlI'I'd their

Plans Now Underway Beach trees like any other crop -- are crops b\ taking out woilhlvss trees, 1HK: {'()STIIOI. KOOM)(): of the new knit; lug ollt'ratlonlioIllm'04 to the Ku: nivr
Builder )I located In 53 counties, extending thin them by selective! cutting,
)rmer Boat Installation of Weather Report from Gainesville. Florida to An- !guard tium, from fire and limed, mill run lice; the iO-foot( Ion/:* in they are imlomalicallv unloaded from trucks" und
For gush, Georgia, The Division's 14(1( and halves) when the trees arc conve.ved into n flume where they are debarked, Mashed; and fed into a machine that
d'I lyonier Supervisor Cemetery MarkersThe SIne Rich, Observer employees, many of whom are pro- ripe Their vork adds, up to a well- reduce" (them to chips' In u miller of herincN."
Weather Station at 2661 MacGregot
fesslonul foresters, and 50 InonalI balanced elfuil ID obtain the liiuh- -
Basque Bello Cemetery As. Blvd. I workers ore scuttered throughout cst possible production from their year: to $I'll' ,11)50011)!! This BUI pnnsrshe Fnro7 cdrafV
social km held Ha regular monthly MMI. Rile I this widespread region a lad- acreage the goal of any good Savings and Loan ( $lIi2 niilllnn Imieuse for lie I 'y
meeting at the Recreation Center I Thursday, Nov. 1U! 83 58 0 leal change/: from the 12 men who farm. In Us management program, name pulnd In I'Kil!) and the $:\\H ,JrI 1, I 11rFIRG
xM on November 18I Ith the President Friday Nt'20 83 C2 .bO tailed the original "Woods 1 le- the Company sihediilcs Its land on million In l2' when total livings
' P ; Mrs W H. Sciberl. presiding,, Saturday, Nov. 21 71 SI 0 MIS. Groups Anticipate
s tia partmcnl" 23 years ago a rotating basis to provide a Inc the: year Im'reused hv the Iccoid '-
Mrs. Seibert reported on the sue. SmdayJv); 22 63 47 0 I Kayonler expects much of 111foiestry tallied yield;: )Unit Is, while some amiiinil of $4110 million, { Cb o9SWl
cess of the meeting of the Executive Monday, :Nov 23 67 M T division but It all adds up corns are being planted! to pine, Record Year In '64 While savings ciinlimie to Increiiso ptlE' iC
Board with James A Beard, Tuesday, :Nov 24 72 ((4 _84cd ID rile Ihlng to make sure oilier trees are reaching!! nmlmlty -
City Engineer, and Clayton Sanders there will always be enough wood, and being\ harvested In this wavf ', ill a record puce the lengm-
Finance Director out and us ownership of the I both now and In the future, to sup. 4It Plans are now under way to Install various lots Is established addition I ply the company's mills at Fernnndlna pany's tree farms furnish a sub hIllS Increase In rlorlda's 1)4:) inv. Iliiid MiiilKht month total lending!! ti
the markers on the various al letters will\ bemailed.lt\ the Beach and Jcsup. Georgia. stantial part of the mills' yearly togs and loun associations rontinue volume failed In equal that of the
lanes IB the Cemetery and the Installation earnest desire of the Association I With three operations gobbling up' wood needs al a rciord pace and should surpass .
of new trash cans In convenient to have all owners of lots as membcri pulpwooo' at the rate of 850.OIK) Hut only a part of Ra>'onicr's In IIW4 the I total Increase re. sumo month' laM year, In Oilibertolal
locations The subject of of the Association and If you I cords each year, )that may seem total pulpwood| ( requirements| Is corded last t year along with the all. lending viitunie amounted In
It ItY Iti the Inadequate water supply was have not received your Inter, like! a sizeable order. And, It Is, furnishia by Its own forests. More time record high eslabllHhcd In $7IIUO"O: :: uhlch was loss than' the
i also discussed. Mr. Beard stated please gel In touch with any of the but Rayonier's foresters have been'I than half! sill) comes' from the 1907.This! son! milliun rocoidcd In September
that the City would undertake to officers and your membership will\ so adept it doing Just Ihat over the wind!: bus of bundled iif Independent observation was made to- und $24 million below last toiler's
trace out all water pipe lines and be most welcome. years that there's much more of landowners in Florida and day by William I D' lln.siey, executive )tolal when an all-ifnw high for
where the pipes were too small to It was dl'cldl'd'not to hold a the forest resouce today than there I I Georgia, whose farm Incomes are vice' president of the Florida mortgage lending!! wan' set for a
the water supply, I I II the $17,000000, I Savings: and Loan leaRlleI IlI'n single: month,
carry necessary meeting during the month of Dec. was in 1939, even though trees are greatly boosted by A natural emit for flight!
that new pipes would be Installed, ember, but regular meeting will I being harvested In greater num. expended annually by the company he reported that savings Increased Iliisscv said this decline In mortgage ,
I Both Mr. Beard and Mr. Sanders be resumed on Ihe ,Srd Weclne dav I bets Ihan ever before So, to (he lot pulpwood Because It In October by '26,467,000lhll'h( lending during!! the past few
were most cooperative and promised of January, the ISlh, All Interested old question about "running! out of I II fuinlshcs a ready market for the brought the total savings Increase month of 14!)' can he related to -:
Darrell "Dee" W, Ringer:' came to do everything possible to help persons ore Invited to attend, und I I trees someday," Rayonlcr'l forest. trees grown! bv small farmers, during the__first. __ ID months_ of the the gcncril slowdown In the housing
Rayonier In 1962 from I position ,, the Association carry out Its plans all members aie requested t to I ers have provided a happy answer. Rayonier has contributed to add -Is 111,11 kcl. plus the mine selec. OpenThanksgiving
iil secretory and comptroller of Ibolt I for beautification of our Cemetery bring a prospective member as a Making; sine there's enough/ wood, ing another valuub'e' crop to southern on at the Morgan to live lending policies by savings
manufacturing firm, Ha first The Membership Committee, consisting guest, I both now and In the future, Is a agriculture An Important duly'I II develop a superior pine tree. Thai's and loan mnnigemcnt. lie, sliilcd, Day
[j joined the mill's accounting de. I of Miss Marie Cone, Chairman matter of simple arithmetic to !I I of Havonler fin-ester Is furnishing rluht! Haycnlor believes hat( oid- this slowdown' In niuitgagp- lending,
I !wrtment, later being promoted tClI I with Mrs. George Lowe and Rayonier Incorporated has since Kayonlei forcslers. For every tree assistance and advice la Individual'' (nary pine can he Improved and was ml conlined to Kloildn. hut Serving Turkey
I finishing and Warehouse Suprln'l Mrs. Frank MacLaren as co-chair 1939 planted a total of 2d7, U2 acres cut, one or more Is planted Over farmers to help) Hum develop high ', to rti just that, HIP company Is ratlur II\ sun n niillnniil trend he-
I Cndent. I men, have been engaged In compiling of pine seedlings These plantings the years, Rayonier foresters have yield tree farms, itduclntg" nil Intensive uencticspioitrim Ing l'X\I'rh'UI''lt| across I the nation tiring The
1 .-native of Terra Alta, West Virginia I I I a list( of all persons now cover mi estimated 402 square' replaced harvest 1 trees with more "Tilt-re are pine trees and there designed In develop a bv the siivlngi cold! Inns asm la-
Ringer received a Bachelor resting In this Cemetery A letter miles of formerly, barren lands In than 140,000000 seedlings. Each arc pine trees." Tni seeming bil strain of pine which grows: bigger, lions, \\holc Family
lot Science Degree In Accounting has been composed and Is being )Northeast; Florida and Southeast season, company woods workersset of double talk I suddenly makes a faster, and straighter than exist. As of Ocluhr-r 31, I'M' rlerldaV.
|from Rutgers University, I sent out to all owners of lute In Georgia.( Their nurseries I provide out hundreds of thousands of lot of sense when i mto looks al hug! varieties and has greater Immunity savings and loan association' had Surf Restaurant t.
His wile Is the former Estell both old and new part, as the correct ten to filteen million transplants I pine seedlings as many In the Rayon lei's forest genetics or tree to disease and Insl'rat.). total savings/ nf $t U,8'JO000: and
Dana, the daughter of ,an old Fer. I addresses can be ascertained, I annually and have capacity to past 25 years, In f fact, to plant ( Improvement piogram/ Essentially, lurk total moilgugc loans of $4,447,512- Across' From Ocean Pier
andlna 'amlly\- H.. .w I To date 150 letters have.been mall. 20,000,000 trees per year trees ot six foot Interval along a the objective of this work, curried (Reprinted from, Roy0-Suw- 000, I
--- -
-- -- -
,: ti


Congratulations And Best WishesTO

; ..











.. "

,. J, .n. -' .. .. ... .... .... ... ,,-.----. -... .. ..., ,,

> 20 = New8.Leader, Fernandina Reach,_}'lorida-Thursday, Novrnbrr l 26= 1\)6\) ,

-- be traveling longer dlsaniei teems! Ion or to the Florida Highway
Motorists AskedTo bedding to feeding areas Late Patrol and an accident report!
meson li a time for mating, and I
filed Hlghwtya passing throng
: J2t1u1$ Watch For Deer the mating bucks are on the area of heavy deer concentration!
move are posted with deer crossing!
MntorM ere' Urged /n nee\ 1'1.// ilgnt and molurlsti should drive]
from ho( TAILAHASSFE: : An autim-v feme caution during the coming accoidlnsly,
-11' ''a A Y'a t aI.lhhlarE axs.gr bile li not a legal method or Ink. months. .particularly, from dusk tn I --
e Ina deal however during the dawn Mow dnwn, Be alertl' If
.I : "Rec" Cenlornv Win hunting m'Mnn mare thin VOM "HOP rnp doer there In a ,pond..
: r i tr.o(I Ielilrle accidents Involving irsilhilllv that other air noarbv OpenThanksgiving
: W.r deer will occur In Florida In oddlllon Rprt'ire \nur wd. son 5 nnr horn
1iii I to the Rur" damage In the blink your llihisl: I The deer: you Doy'Serving
vehicle and usually the death of mine may not he the one yen hT-
.1 UNIY) f DBS) .\NDHO I % 'T. .to <+j Ar vMt $' the deer! there I b alunvs, IV l Mil 1"51 t during the deer eason. but Turkey'>
-- ----- ilbillty of Injury la the occupant It Just I may be the one that lines
T111'RSDtY, Not ember M Midget Flag Football name of the vehicleHunting you hundreds of dollars In vctilc'ere Bring The
KwirNlInn: Center closed for (Packers vs Count' at the Ploy season! I In the most t dan. nlr.. Whole Family
\NGSGima D\V ground 4.00 p.m. aeroun time of the year for vehicle A. D Aldrlch director of the
nuus..mhrr nib. In thet I II .dorr cclllslons Pawns bornIn Gimp: and, Fresh Water Fish Commlsulrn I Surf Restaurant
Adult end Teen Ceramics
Sub.Tom Club In the flameRnnm 'I early summer arc now mam. pointed nut hot should a
Art Room at 7:13: p.m., Hank! !Sides, l lucerne Involved In
Inb mnre an they become less dr. motorist a vc.
fit t 'iU: p m Arrtna", From Ocean PierTO
Instructor 1"a .
S\ruw.Jlio'rmbtor Mlh! pendent upon the! doe. Fond crnilltlems hide deor collision, the accident
.Tern" Club In the Game Room at d I' Cub Smut Training In the. name *a are ihnnjlng/ and df'rrVIII should be reported to the Commix i|
715: pm.Student, I Room at fU: p.m", Jim !Rayrn In
Council Dance In the
Auditorium at 00 p.m, December 1stPlayschool .
SlNtm' November Mb.Lut In the Game Room .

\ he rin Church Service In the 9901110: : am, Carolyn Vlrcar. I
Conference Room at 11:00: am rondo Adult Leader r tt ;1h rr"I q
MOM 11, =November' 1Mb. I Midget Flag Football Game
Ceramics Dill, In tile Art Roomat iGiants vs Redskins) at the Play.j|
33t1; p.m.. Hank !Sides, Inslruc. groi'nd. 4 00 p m, THIS VIEW OP THE LOCAL DIVISION OF ROOMER was taken from the No. 2

tor Painting. for Leisure In the Art I was well underway.tower, looking Northwest across Fern lndina harbor in 1937 while construction RAYONIERINCORPORATED


t t 1 1l



25th .Anniversary

: ,,
,O ,
'.k. :u 'ify 4 ht





; of Henry Baron, alias Ranger Hal, at the Naeanu County Student Talent Show held .yi. CONTINUED PROGRESS -
FERNANDINA BEACH on November 14. Back row left to right: Chuck Jones, Charlm Burns and Jim Burns.

Middle row, left to right: Deckle Fox, John Pulettl and David Allison Front row,
left to right : Johnnie Davis, Mike Conner, Ranger Hal, Nettle Peten. and BnnnvPulettl.
Members of the band not visible In picture are: Wesley Poole, Bruce Byrd,

I j--Cherl Edenfleld.- Skipper Hill, Dawn Garcia, and I Fred Michael Puma by T, H xina MR. AND MRS. JIMMY STEVENS

; And' May All The Future Years Room at 7:13: p,mBarbershoppers j three-diy lesslnns In Orlando,
In the Confer Nassau Farm i, Selection of a site for the 1003 YULEE, FLORIDA :
1 enec HIM.m at 8 00 n.m, { ('onvrl1t1onl'a postponed until "
: WEDNESDAY, December tnd AwardedAt I the regular January meeting/ ol
Be Prosperous Ones! Sub Teen Dance Clasi In the Ail Bureau the member beard of directors ,
I torium at 3.0: p m In Gainesville, .
t' .. I Ceramics ((12.141' In the Art Room Annual MeetORt.J'OO. -- -
,, at 3:30: p.m., Hank/ Sides, lust
Midi el Flag Game t
jjfjjotball! ,
Fh F 1Fin/
\ 1
rW at the
I IRidsklns vs Pa Play
!ground: 4.00 p.m. lavion of Greenville hn been reelected .
: "SUE'S Adult Cciamlcs In the Art Room ns head( of the! 13010
MOTEL & RESTAURANT it I 7:13: p,m? Hank Sidig. InstIIHKSIJAY t. member Florida Farm Bureau
r : umber< 3rd I Tide rnllonFinlayson.
\ : I Play ehlJ'l In the Gime Room 'I umnlmons re-l'll'c

19:30,11:30: : am. Carolyn Vlrcariundo ,''IInll( come during the closing session 25th
.. Mi .. I'' Adult Leader i I of the griupi' 23id annualmeeting Anniversary
\ Adult Ceramics In the! Art Room last week In UrKimhiov ... ,
at 3:30: p,m.. Hank Sides InstMidKil 13.171Olhrl' '

I Flag tomb Game rlflcers' nnmed, for 1 1'f'iuere <
.r I 'C Its vs Giiinl.il) at the! lliygrouii Dud'iy' Putnnin Birtiwvice .
l. 4.00 m I
I < p
Waller Ktitz,
Scoutmasters Houndable! In the I ICniifrrtnre
Canal lolnt Ireasuier: Retort
Harm nt 7:30: p m.
Drnllncr( Dade City icrietar: CONGRATULATIONSTO
--- -- -- -- -
7J\\ .
and T K MiClam. Jr Galnrs.vll'i
", cxeiutivelcc pieslddit
Named to the Mate board <'f
dhrelorn fir two years were Richard .
I> H..' Hibv. Joy: and Jim' Ka if-
man Tavans, Fill ZubarthPlrrson .
was named direct ir-at-'
Sincere Congratulations ., large for one year and' Robert
Clint H Laudl'rdale.111 nim
; the rd to till the vacancy caused by .
management : j the! resignation "fllllrm II

Boyd :MnmlReclietid .

: and employees of ..t4 for t Iwo.YI'Ar terms RA YONIER
ueie Iirest Davis. Jr? Quincy:
Walter Wdkcncr Jacksonville:
lljl (Chalies: Old Town: Charles I II
I( Freeman. Okceclnhec: Putnam:
RAYONIER. Henry I Prlne Palmetto: Kiutz:
I and :Mrs, Francis Currlt-on: Bind ,,
I entonDlrerti.
I rs with one year remainIng INCORPORA TEDWe
INCORPORATED I are Wayne M xson. Camplxll
ton; Fiiilayson: Loran Terry
I OBrlcn: E. C. Howell Wildwood:
Art Karst t Vero Bench: Bryan W
Judge): ei'.. Orlando< : R IY I'nr.
the well /ilia 1> 111111111'. aid
on I SpiliiKs: "

.. Mis:\ George. Piilnim Minne.and Q ilnryMnbysin Wciken.,' Salute The Contributions This Organization -

er writ named olfichl delegates/
'In retnescnt Jo'lurl.la's orginl/n:
limn at the December meeting of

the American In Phlhdibhln Farm; Bureau, Vedcratlin Has Made To Progress In This Area.

theFernandina (.'eiir cf Fle>rlda'i 64 countv
Farm Bureaus received special;'
reciRiilliin: < dining the c nxcnlienchlcvcment ,
Division .\ AWIII'ds1'1' prosenl
rd to Lnfavelte Nassau lulhn+
River and David conn les. These
i auards' were based on men hrrshlp' ,

; Your constant contribution to the and >organization: nctlvltlci during
I 1M4!
These count les and 11 other CO.

; economy and welfare of this area is also received special quota: certificates .
for' membership nctivlt cs.
(nuntlcs honored. were Brow d.
; recognized and appreciated. Clay Collier Columbia Duvnl.
Flaglcr Glades Hendry, Indian MARINE AND INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES2nd
River Lafayette, Nassau, Okce
chobee, Pitm Beach and Plnella

I David Freeman 14 representing
P itnam-St. Johns Farm Bureau
WAAS DRUG STORE wen $100 and first place In the an. And Alachua Streets Fernandina Beach FloridaPnge
-.r nual Talent Find Content with his ,
rendillens of Cheipln
l plans
: Second and third places with
i $.jilllIl $.iO prizes went li" Brick
Title'y. Ocala and \Miss Helen
'.. ,'..
: "j I Bretton Arcadia,
I Some :300 delegates attended the |

. .. I' ... 4, . . .p. '. ... ". .
:!! !: 'tattrirrt'.I;fMrN 1
.. .. .
'.' -
I..1. ... ". . 9. 11.11 -
__ ,e..w..MU,1

0' ,

\r\\.t.NItrr., rermnilini: Teach, F'lorlda-Thllr chv, \n\cm1cr, 20, 19CI I titre 21

i' .I .,. A YOUR WEEKLY Sports Afield

it\ ill hi:< n\fi

f The deer season Is upon 111 and
ash It I tu, pn'spill, til "name mliihtv
line ,elision meals Si' w Is a Rx, >e!
::o FARRIS line( Ih"I'I'llIrl' Iu f link't aim''it \pre
Governor oa inn 1:11'1: t tern f'r, tin ib'e t ,

'here a"c' s-veral lilt 'I'.o'd' n
ADULT EDUATIOVenlv ; of a million acl. rl'C'llwB| that were UMil b.khl.'n:
re! lust lIonlllly mm wire run and<) I In- elect rli
Mart ago man minula
Hondas! tonne' n far.didaul contraction
11 list fighter plane which lieu percent uf They are 'm'llhl ""I iipdilet'
1 Id I sir,ko and return Iron ..
a ilHs cuirM' rv where lI\'rc""r\l'\ l 111', Bvrref
1 lrRel< a few hundred miles may. ate 40 .' (' In 1'11Oi'Ii ,bur.: ins 'ic of Spurts
''IIIi l \ man Is prcblns\ oilier spec. pi'runt arc nun Allitd a 9r

1 H;J then: a: ;\:M"I mm' ; there I arc In our To rood n liiumh if vi-nsion
n"I lions ahu |tilt! i hag u., n..,,,. +
Col CIr Ih. kn ckl. Him i'u thus) .r
the maMilflcincc of line: act intUllimnts tv 1ICPc t: Ilgurra at ,fir" 'ti4a,
nnnie the" Ihek' skin in the flank a
because they cannot bit what: Is being
mid ink the jll'1I1II/ Die eramil.bone
rend a tip: cf
newspaper problem
I kme' Split', It, nil II averauh ,
the lo! federal) tills solution Is
census us The
better sprinkle well
i there are no lens thin Adult Education
a quaitcr mil, ecvcr II with a sheet of (tour)
'- 21i1.i2Ii1'n al1dI ,' and again with pnpcr
thin" / with a piste of flour und TlltXJKEP \\ll.l ii: .l\l'N; : ,111,11'' h>' the J'nnnnclin:1:

CONGRATULATIONSAND wiler and IIl1nllllIh piper: lie I Reach Hand J Parents As-ioci.itmn( on Peeemliir 1n\ << .a-
1"I\ > will with a stout string load fund-ralsing promotion! for the high sehool\ bind.
Ki\-O Sun. KiumUr arrrss II: basic 1all\ the time It Is --- ---- -

BEST WISHES ; no of the many pic ronstina, Ut It cook four or five cry ml sni'ill and Three blidis nf Souilisls at :Marinel.inil, if Hor
ns shown lio\c.. horns A quarter of an hour before
miuv. Unit It\ gently for 2''* hums, Ida i have observid. the spiny boxfish
1] I I \\ I I. Sutton J. \\ wring II, remove tin- paste,
Hun put/ in pound of butter, cut iiiviiiel with short prickly
: TO I I I ; \ K.'; Cooper.irrtn throw a hi nd ful of salt on II. 4
n former moor of dredge II wllh flour and baste with small and rolled In Hour, and ''i spiiii. blowing up like a bull I
1hit I If fiesh butter I pint of Port or Mnlerla, Let II when allaeked If under water, hi
t of the tonimuniU'M
Rayonier and U year pipe The gravy should be1 made as bull ''i of an hour longer and send will blow up with utter/ If out nt 1
: fillov.s: Cut two or Ihl'('(' poundsof I II tu the table will the meal in it. liter, In will blow up with air,
the snout Uln- nape of the- neck
or any linn meal remnants. on\ i
: ON THEIR i| 2H pitcinl eif the total,, the linn/ (if a loin of old mnllmIn ?
: sold un Mm'id i nuir 'in-n II on a gridiron. mid put II
slaved under I Ihc' Tibu, with of Our BestTo
I Into a siimipnn: a quart 1 Very
QUARTER CENTURY OF ; )! t / limn Piokinm water: cover It\ clisilv, and simmer .

[ County hnmrs nhiinI II lor /an hour Then umovir

AND IN I I Stale' In pound iiu prodiic It and) slew the gravy to a pint
: ,,PROSPERITY tutu ham'sled nom The S"I"11lnly/ with suit, nnd strain, I

/! vlild In thai iountw,is Anolhit, gravy! Is made with a |
: OPERATION OF THE ( : pir' airc Dixie Connl !pint nf "'111'1I 1IIl', a pint of strung' .
,I i wire second with 2.- muiliii' gravy: : as IIh..vi<, and a I Rayonier Incorporated
,I >> acie, Oilier ccuinllo In Iablispoilt; nf turnout jelly Idllnse :
; FERNANDINA ) five, were11,unlit\ HI "llh merely boil up Or muchli'sa
\ units,' Sim' mine'c with I I.HiO wlm- and mine jelly. may bet
1 : : I
. and Aliilma is lilt ]1.1111 used. Stunned< bi,e,f gravy Is some- ON THEIR 25 SUCCESSFUL :
, \ \ ) '. lit r aire linn preferred lo niull >n gravy, '
I ", ullolmi will be cum Yenalun'aougi'iTake: four pounds '
L. L. BOHANNON relc\ isid' lo funmis\ In of freshly4 hilled vcnslun and cut I YEARS OF OPERATION OF ',: :
. (' '.' ,' otter the }Niilnn-; tuff Pram (he1 bones and nnc \poundof
: UUilSintLI{ HK\I 1 STATE ) has bun elelerniinid him In small slices Pluee on
!! / will be held alien pot, add:. ah onion minced, and '
: 1J; North llh Street 1 Phone : of Die'ember to permit\ bh:ark pepper to your/ ante, Put In THE FERNANDINA DIVISION
Thousands more have learned by 17(19( pounds/ per acre oar 81! fume, ')is to ixpiess. tin'Ir opinion\ only as much water ai will cnvtrIt
r, merely watching the 'Operation pounds per acre less thins the average on vhellier maikolins quoins will and slew gently for an hour,
. -- --- -- ------ remain\ In tiled on Die 1 HI'I crop '
minis keeping the pot closely covered ;
yield or 1.00;; p / In m
the 13! crop, The 4 8 percent il<'. A publii meeting lion bun skim It well, and pour a quart of
crease In yield, !per acre, however' Be'hid lied by Iloiaee Goclfriv, All blllhill'al'r, Add a head of eel- FROM :
was substantially olfset by the muilslriilor nf the Agricultural -----1
. 3.5 percent Increase In tin- average Stnbllizatiin and Conservation 3
price J per pound received by ,, Service, nn rridivocmbir 20, nit Hie quoli mailed direct to the
C f9Jaltllalidfvfn farmers for the 1 1814! 1'1'111Tht' ut Wilson\ Norlh Carollni, for (Ihp I>i'pm tmc'nl In Washington on or JOHN T. FERREIRA & SON
1 l/J / average. price received In 1H4! purx| "sc nf dlse'usmnu the I nice of hi, fine, 111 it) date, rlorlilu AS'S ;
was 1871 cents per pound/ In com tin INI' }Natiinil; r'.L tibieiii ill. Irril-IIII, I and ripiimnlullvis\ Irom
{ paiisnntilh fl74 cent per pound/ liilrient Ihi mi'c'l Inn will' bi ('1111. tin-I 'lIlI'lclll AKileiiltiiral Hxlensioii : ucc.ismtnn; : : ui\i.: ESTATE: HUOI\FUS
r received, for the 11(11! ( trip' The total vend In the' American Leuloii Sirvicc, the Farm Bureau '
r /Bisl Wish value for the 1164! crop: wits Hill IIII\ (110 a m. Provision has and the tommlsslomr of Agrlcul. :inK) Atlantic Avenue Phone 21i-( : :.i71 .
r $13.0 6.6i6, The r<'cords furllurAlphibil aim bun made to consider \\ I'll-I I I lures clflcc are expected'' to attend .
tin flalemints expressingiiwi' tin meeting.

... .. -i
----- -
"telecastsAside -.
: to from the television plan,
thousands nioic nil limning tin'he
skills In the public M'hoi, "Is. Alto,
Fernandina For The Great
: the Slate DipnliiKiil till hiltidi-: ,,
RAYONIER I I INCORPORATED lion under Suinrlnlimlint humps

D Bailey, and the Depuitnunl of,I
. ., Public Welfare, dm'etc'd by Frank Reception You Gave Max- :

on theirS t M Kraft, are coopicrallvily plm- THANK
nlng new pilot projects) and stud

lei to Involve tin many other of welfare basic well's 5 & 10 On Their Grand
rrclplcntr programs
:, SILVER ANNIVERSARY adult education/ Y 0

But/ adult/ 'dlll'lIIon I Is ml only Opening This Past Weekend.
, for the Him'nil Indislilih ii SI)
: of Fh)) IdJ'1 (Ii 7 c", nlliH iiput amid
; LEWELLEN'S for additlinnl, trrhmiit:, train.
for their :'nt unploveis/
Inn pas
: (7 t 6icS Mf'P/iU, fan riLivaa and Maclutttl Florida vlll mid, C;; |III'r"I'nl mon dMaxwell's ( & &
Icihnnluns In the n tintwit I / years +
: merely lo fulfill/ the mids if pit-
: sent Industry ml I i. HIIL\ 'Into account '
I I \ new IndiMrhn! that will move 5 & 10 Would Like To Remind You AI-

Into t"l1I..lda.Th"n .
, nrdt'r, 10 nil rail! mwImliiHtry
-- -I In
thin meal l h.. a uservnir so That Their Grand Opening Sale Will Continue
of (rained \pit'ii', '' trim' which lo
., draw, Many if tin" 'si will 1 be p<'o. r

. ubsolrte pie whose through lilt JM tiiliuli'have hi advin come' Through Saturday Night, Nov. 28th. Cash Prizes :

\'JEfERE\ INDEED HAPPY l'l'rrenTh\ ,; must hi n, .Iraliud s
to handle oilier "Icdinii, voealonB' '
t Courses av, labli' for night Friday and Saturday. $50.00 Free At 6 p.m. Sat.

school also Indmli typing, -burl.
{ TO WELCOME hand, and bnkkupinu for anyone n.
with or without a hIgh school dip. .

High school drop>uul*. In Florid
! Incorporated and any stale, Ix n major muse ifum ,I Birdseye Diapers Boxer Longies Ever Seen .
Rayonier 'mploj, mi'nl and II plant! a
burden on !the' tixpnir; fir payment Novelty Plaids, Stripes ChocolateCovered :
I ) of uiiimplojrmnl, tumntniii. Special $1.29Doen
. '
Sizes! :3 H
; HERE IN 1939 Anyone, any ace, who has drop 47c Peanuts
niliool it lo :
tied nut of oars '
SI I'lll; ,\ IIHOIm\ T
. himself to take night! ('ioursi' and On Sale At :
; AND AFTER 25 YEARS OF earn his Ihpll.ma1": st people EASY: TO WASH Compare At $I.Oti/

vhn return to hurl arc surprised 39c Lb.
. to llnd how few siibluls they

; PLEASANT AND (qulvulimy' Dmlnma Well At :

i Last Star fi.uZi<> adults wint buck MAXWELL'SThats '
to school In .1"rllu to finish their ., 10 or Heavy
IT A PRIVILEGE TO OFFER tilth selmil' dilution at niKlit All :
M Bitter than one In tin if all the' Denim Regular
diplimas Issued last >'l'arlcnt to and West. -pc. If Firsts Would Be You Pay ;

OUR Then ton)) there areiourse ov ern StylesSanforized 39c Lb.
49c 59c 69c 79c
ailable to pri'p" 'ire tin clli/'n I I'i
ANNIVERSARY vote, \Ve mud all bi tapiblp 01 .
THEIR 25th senmblv cimmu out our eonstl- Pockets, Zipper From Famous Makes
tat tonal right. cf, Diinocratic" 'lr. (.
r lion. Along IhiM Inns. hour, Fly THIS SALE LayAwayNOW
include: ('urn'nl iilfnrs. pilitniiliclinie ,
OF OPERATIONS iconomiii. Aniiric.ml invi (ompire ut $1.79

I Cimmunism. law fir I Ihr laf I :Sites r.-lf 27c-37c
.. man, "proilun) if, 'Itimirratt} For Xmas
. Aniorlc"in and I lurula history sod, ,I THIS SALE 47c S7c
rOI''rnnll'lIlII.d' \ ciil/rnohip eelvcalloii j
Small Deposit

j Gulf Oil Corp. \\* a fir:'c riiih/lntf tin' Ion u I Inlay'n l born that llle I $1.00 Save Now! HoldsMAXWELL'S

nbllKution to ,0001I1'alp. ,N not j J"I
for the kids but by ln" na',nK tip 3
. Hitintiiil[ of nny' mil,vid'ml q'
: T. C. HERRING, Agents matter what ace, I is l to uni"rov. Fernandina Beach,

. him <''on'mle'lIlh'' jnd euliurjll 5 & TO Florida
. Education: rnhaniM his viilnf (I""n I
his family, lo society, and to hit' .
, <'state i :



P ILi .\cw.Le ilfr, Fortmmimn Unfit: Flol'jcI\-Thl.1rlJl""Y! 2\oVE'lfliJt 211, luu
Conservation DUrott!
- and Fifth 1

: beaten egg, Pour all at one Into Hunting Reports i opined November 14. according to

HOLIDAY diy Ingredient. mixing Just enoughto Installs Boat L Launching Ramps In County A. D, Aldrich director, Game and
dampen, Carefully fold In chop Indicate Record Fresh Water Fish Commission
I ped nun and cranberries, Spoon\ A total 1 ol 7-rt doer 3.14 tuikcM
RECIPES Into loat (It X 5 X 31. -- and 471 wild( hogs was ported by
greased pan In July of this
lEditot'a Note:
hunters during the first two dugs
Spread corners and tides slightly year the News.Leader ran the Florida: Season
Cranberries American than center Bake In mod. The largest deer, harvest was reported
are as all I higher and !cures of
following story p
Thanksgiving flay! Before the Pll- \ erauj oven ((360 degrees) about 1 1" 1 I I boot launching rampi: construe:cl: from the Ocala area In Marion .
5. \LLAHASSFE Report from and Counties with 3(4: (
prim Fathers landed on Plymouth hour until crust Is golden brown Incorporated Putnam
and maintained by Raylnler .
the Indiana and Inserted out ,I twenty t'vo wildlife management j deer; this wu followed by the E\-
n ck. wore using cran- toothpick crmra F t ti tpR"pv l On (tho occasion cf their the weekend
during opening
aieas In Palm Beach, Dade
cra' dcM area
berries fir food and fur medlelnulprposce clean Remove from pin, Cool, i 2th ainlversay In Kernandnn
<'f hunting season Indicate that the! and Broward Counties with a tikeof :
Ito. The Pilgrim
women Store overnight for easy slicing
learned from frlcnly Indians tbllrfilllbrl'rll'l a Beach It was appropriate 14.05 hunting season may be. 150! deer, The Hshcatlng Creek
fiat we agal.i call:1 attention record for hunters In : .
I I eime( a year area located In Okccchohce County
edible and
wore aoranborrcs
Baked Cranberries to this fine contribution U tue Florida' The twenty-two areas toca 197 wild turkeys and Hit-
; became the First Fruitof I
Americas Cranberry sauce add Wash I cup fresh cranberries II boating and fishing!! In this area !cd:; In the First. Second. Fourth: II Avon Talk area In Highlands and

rd fonll\llv to the First Thanki- and spread them In a shallow layeron T r0ea6 II I I By R.\Y CALIwni. ----.- I Pelk Counties reported 115) wild

giving: and Improved the flavor of a (Ut!. well.groaned baking dish, Last week I took a highly Interesting hogs, __
that lard turkey feast Thui atartrd Cover with 1 cup sugar Cover I I, trip to some of tlis more construction on the St MarY'1River Aldrleh said eight Sue:.;;onu7 w::(I-
a'custom width han become a tightly with aluminum foil Bike remote and scenic areas of the at Orange Bluff later this life management areas will All e

time.hniu red American tradition, In I slow oven <32t degrees I for I + h I I I county year. Others arc staled for the I open for public hunt.m In the Third
hour. Carefully remove berrlei Purpose of the visit was to view future en similar lake and stream' District Voithwcst: .'loridac'gv.I
Cranberry Nut Bread with a flat spatula so that they the new concrete boat hunching/ properties within Rayonier ex I ember 21 The Ajcllla Wildlife
2 cups all.purpose silted flour will retain llulr shape, !Servo a* a ramps recently constructed' by endive( forest holdings In North Management] : Area located In both

'1 cup sugar garnish, Rayonier Incorporated for the east 1 Florida/ and Southeast Glor'l the Second and Third DNiiHi
l'i' teaspoons double.acting bak. a lila,
ao fishermen and boaters of this area openedovember: H, With' lice
Inn! powdery 4. I can still see that largemouth I opening of the addition ar+aia a
Cranberries Stuart
soda Ginger Along fcr the trip were
teaspoon just waiting for an unwary mln total of thirty public hunting areas
H, Davis) Land paitment Manager
4 fresh cranberries II< lb.)
::1 Icaspnnn salt cups
i tl IiiifVM of Ravonier Southeast Tim. now to swim by and wonder Just will be open to the sportsmen.
low seasoning! 1 large orange quartered and I I
I 4 cup cup orange juice seeds removed ber Division operations: ClaudeE what plug orly/ he would take 'I In addition. the regular wildlife
I'I !Nassau; County Re. and how many Jumps he would'make other
1 table: spoon grated cringe rind 1 cup raisins WiiiLOle him, I management areas min-
before I could net
I egg!; veil beaten 'I" cup honey I I preservative, Jim Thomas chairman I aped dHft.U.Ji) ] will\ be open fur
of the Nassau County Commission Better yhurry on out. fishermen, i
chopped null 1 cup sugar
/i cup : dove hunting The season for (jm'ks.g .
.1 to 2 cups fresh Cranberries l'i' teaspoons powdered sugar I .w eSTATE +w : R L. 'Pete' Sehulllng bcfcre the waters are rolled by (>l.'s", and cool opens :Novcmlrtf:
coarsely chopped Put cranberries and orange (Including I I of the Nassau County Recreation other Isaak I Wallons, But remembir I at which time sportsmen will 'Jce)
Sift tOll'lht'rlollr! / sugar baking ilndi' through food chop' Commission; John Meteglf War. one thing, The landing Is a able to hunt fifteen dltlennt II"".
powder soda and tult Cut In shortening per. Mix well with other ingredients REPRESENTATIVE CLAUDE INOATE; chows how he did his fishing r.s den of the Florida Game and contribution by Kayonkr to your )I del of game birds and anlmnlft:
unlll 1 mixture resemble Chill In refrigerator several Fresh Water Fish Commission, recreation and It is your duty to
thin visited the boat at halt I
P. youngster as new Riyonier launching
coarse cornmeal Combine orange! hours to allow flavors to blend, group ramp and E. P, Fachko and Cine Hie- I help keep It clean and avoid any
Moon !landing on Mill Creek. Left to right In background Stuart Ia\is Violate I
Juice and grated rind with well Makes 1 quart. I kcx of the Nassau County Hvaclnlh chnnee of starting a destructive Trade At Home
John Metcalf, "fete". .Schuilinj and Jim Thorn: In foreground are Gene Hickox Ccntrol ; forest fire,
and E. I P. Fuchko. --
The three boat launching ramps
I .
1 1- we visited are located on er adjacent ?

RAYONIER Rlllei, government and Industry tc Pavrmler prlva gradesNo I
I BOAT LANDINGSLocation would no longer have to be scrapped I 24 and No, 26 Access to thesegrades Happy AnniversaryTo

Map each year and we could for- Is from Stile fond 201 or I '.1'
I vet the old nursery rhyme shout Alas It Is more crmmnnly

how many days September hath, known '
r Every month would 'hath the Visitors to the boat ramps will i ",'
'", same and we would know that turn off this read about 5 4 miles! I
ce ,, N gs y s every month would begin on Mon West of Vulee or 96 milts Fast of i

day mid end on Sunday I Callahan depending en whleh way I Rayonier IncorporatedMAY

Like most pioneers Rolhe, has they are travel'ng!, "II
The first rAmp we visited II'n.1
Afw encountered opposition There are
at Little Rocky Landing where
those who always resent change
Boggy Creek mikes a slow', scenic
cr progress of any hind Some religious .
leaders hcsltite! to consider turn and where the prospects for THE GROWTH AND PROS
: Thursday Nov. 26 I' fishing looked so good I could almost
:. 4 ae e.rr.e". the holidays change, because of religious envision a looker black bass "..,

I I irking' In every' weed bed along
I While the adoption of the new the shore Just walling for a lucky PERITY OF YOUR OPERATIONS .. ....
AWLLfLAwpar 'calendar would call for adjustment fisherman plug or llv.
f TURKEY OR In our thinking and with a Larding .
Next ue visited Half :Moon HERE CONTINUE FOR MANY
new month to contend with a bit on Mill .(troh. an even more ,,'''

of confusion particularly as to scenic site. for!!! fishermen,. boaters,
birthdays. but the benefits wouldbe I I picnickers jTr"campers, Although MANY YEARS TO COME. '
HAM so great I It! would be well worth the: waters\*!! IH&linellng( were not: ;; :
:: FcJron while In the long run The bird
so snide 1J1I iff Creek they were
ar .. .
ship would be small and tempor. I even more; Hsliy'toeiMngThe /,
ary and after the new calendar I Rt'"ramp"t'e'Islted was

E' had been In use a few years we Mill Landing! tn.Thomas Creekwhere ASKINS LAUNDROMAT .:";
?W4 Qr4'MAI' would find It so simple and prac. :
And All The Trimmings )',QII 1 rail ,look across the
heal compared with the old that marsh Into' bunt' County and .... ,
I-- would wonder how we put up
.we where nearassiu: ,
you, aw. very "
South 8th Street
with it so long. I I River Into which all the mentioned

: l How. you ask would I know creeks flow. ,
Open All Day 'when my birthday Is with a new These landings provide the fish "
OP THE LOCATIONS of the boat launching ramp! ,month added Here Is how. Sup. crnien v.llh access to lice mere(, Automatic Dry Cleaning Gr Pressing"

; uu sketched by Hal Belcher of the Ravonier Timber 'pose your birthday Is October 9, peipiilir waters within Ravonlirs
.* I INvhion' ,' as an aiwist' in Keith! to and from the areas. This >eor It Is the 283rd lay of Nassau Forest Tree form and I

: the year.. That day In the Universal I. to be cf considerable .
5 'T'I9f .. .. are sure -
L: a.m. I p.m. ", "-yf61t?P'th .I '... '. month 3rd day, or Oct 3. You retrieving them at the end of theI
-.. r,. ,1'1' r I would be the same ago/ of course fishing trip, I
:.:r '; 'I II but from then on your birthday At each of the ramps there are i
; Bring The Whole FamilySentell's I THIS LANDING ISIHSTALLED4HAlNTAlNfD' would always occur on Wcdnes- Jean and cxpnnsivo' pniklng areas, i I

\ i FM; wi. mm\im\ t mmm BY diy'. the 3rd day of the month omplclc slit concrete picnic ..'
I 1 j I July Otis would become Solarlus ables and benches The ptiklnn
I ; ; .5RAYONIER( INCORPORATED' !i lath and! I it! would always occur crew are large: em'.uah for a hae( v We Are Happy ,,,

on a Thursday, lumber of trailers to pork or for .
... .
\ I"O IfOUARITY IS ASSUMED FROM USE tf1 Seund crazy! Get a copy of Dec- umpirs, Convenient' cmtalnrrs
t < ember I look, you'11 line! the newenlendar 'emlnd the campus and plenekrs extendCongratulations .
to :
: :: : 'v ;
Restaurant BY THE PUBLIC V! as outlined and Illustrated t to leave lice coca dean; for

v HELP KEEP'THIS AREA CLEAN something to think about It he next visile rs. '
makes a lot more sense than ourpresent I A fourth A'.(r'i! launching ramp
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT '\1 calendar, and camping N I planned furl' \

t, a ,


sitfns! such as this urge fishermen, boaters and campers

to use the facilities but to asolstUh keeping the areas

clean and in avoiding foretil fire. Best Wishes ,::..
- -


: '" i TO CLASSIFLY i ,

Good new for patient people*_ 1 t', t'C i : .:' .. ,',''i ?:"'::,* > *\ .: Vv25thtgRTHDAY"ty| ,
y of the 'maslnlrrratld/('art':: .
I /r The 05: Bulckfl are In production again. 1 Idles In the Current' linuc rif IOOK

And loin of Ilulckn their to Magazine Is entitledWav' out I
( new are on way UN. of the Calendar Mess and prc ,

spills a new, simple and svmmetrieal < to INCORPORATED
help UK rend your favorite on its way to you. Universal Calendar devisedby "

Cone In and order the llulck you want. Waller F Rothe hO year old
founder and president of the Inlversil I
Calendar Society, Ine of 1
in the celebration
Washington I), C, 5- '. ..a
I RayonierIncorporated
-- \ For Just about as ling as I can
-- t'A 14i remember we hove been lalklfiii
about calendar reform but no one I of their i'

seemed to come up with an aji-.n
answer to the problem
I Anyone who thinks nbout It must t tI I

reali/e that our present calendar 25th Anniversaryin
= I Is Indeed a sorry miss wllh some ,
months of 31 days. oth"fIllIh 30( I
days and one with only 28 some
= \ I years and 21 In others Birthdays, I And Best Wishes For :
.. '"
= religious davs and holidays come I i
on different dates eneh year and I

Ilhe whole thing Is contusion anyway : ..., 0
you look at It, More Successful Fernandina Beach
-. I' !lowlith; Rothe eiilindar. Many
I there would be U instead of 12
months and the days and dales I I
'" '.' May the future hold even
of each month would coniisiwitlv' I I Years of Operation In .urn
f be the same, The< first of every ,
sunlit for example would nhVIvs
fall on Monday and the litt(div: more success than the past .
of each week and month itttild Fernandina BeachMoore'
always fall on Sunday,
VAIih Hiithcs calendar. tMhx.Ira ; "
: or llth: month would bi td. 25 years. :: ,

O wicked In between June and .;.ply()
and would be called S'larlu'tlJn,1,
r have 28 j.Fneh j.
month would I.
quarter would havt'MU

: And you'll soon be driving the cachou waited '.r. day weeks holiday nnd there al the would end of bo the a'JMar'AJie. BAILEY'SATLANTIC .

.... to cimplete our orbit around Jhe 5 Grocery .

I sun .
If such a calendar were p'u F In AT SEVENTHdPi
use everything from noon Iniweh! .
= HARPER PONTIAC BUICK Inc. Inns: through cakulillonsterest fut: \\In.
to household nccoimlilidwould .

: Q y South 8th Street Phone 261.4167I be Immensely stmitllud. ,
.11iW1wditW. fur Mlutuli: and. uulver. i j



. .. ". .
'!'rI. ... .. . vd.wr 5 -' ----
: "-
-.M'.. .f' .

.w.Lcurr.: Icrnundini: Ueacn: 1'I0rICtt'hUI'11:1Y.U'IllIbl'r: : ; 'M: J JI.' t'uwe .1'

,,- -- .
) ) --J ,,'

"r' ::1" ,

''jl n i '.; w 't't '> :j Jj

$ f\ : l 1f r"4
;; t
\ ;\ ) ..

,. ,,.a ,,' ,:. JI ..... .,
-'- -" ''''''"''. !O'- ,-. ::0 < ,,

with top rail. Istalled. .58c ''
... ... .... .n alai... ft. Tel mlnal posts gates extra. WANTED NOTICK FOil Bin* I STATI ." I Notice 1 la herehv (Iven 'Ihnt, nurau- )\ KTATt riCR I The Board, of County Cnmmlaalnn'
Carf tt Tkmta, ***M.teeeaiul First payment March 1965. The n'lard of County Cnmrnlialnn IN THE IMRT OF TIIK >t'NTV ant In a Una I Derree ol Foretlomreunit I IN TIll: cot UT nr THR ml''rrvJt'DlilC era of Naaaau Couirty Florida. Invite
.ri of Na.uu Ciiut.y., Florida' In. JUm.K.: NAUSAl) ('roiINTV H.OKIDA. \- Rule entered In cauae numbered :, NSSl rOtNTV, .LOR. bldi for furnlihlng materialsand ,
ftmlUr NttlcMIt Coastal Fence Co. Ph. vitt bldi for furnichlnij, Creimiie nn4 IN PKOBATK. 3-0 In the Circuit Ciurt nl Naaaau IDA IN rnoiuTK. labor for construction of Launch'Ing

.tf wtrd |LM Blilratm. 2615003.tfe DCT DEPARTMENT of the High Plum' Lumber for Ih* !period beginning In ret ritale ofROHFRT I County' Florida, I Mill aell the pro.nertv 1* ret KaUleJOHNSON: of I I Ramp fur unall boala at Naaaad
School hal several Senior boys December loth. (MM, (nil endIng BKHUMIN'IIRot.L, De.reaoed iltuiled. In Naaiau County MRNNRTT. nerruM. Hound, aald ramp paralleling male' ,
Cal l 261.31''M or 2 l3687or September 30th, 11)69) rinrldi. dearrlhed *.: To All Crellion. and Peraoni Having I Rixd AlA In general area of Interaertloir -
FLEX ALUM CUSTOM MADE and girls available fnr pnrMlmremployment. For the followingS l I To All rredllori and Peraona. Having All that return tract nr parrel nf Clalmi er llenanda. Aialnil Said Kilalei .. lth Naaaau Sound at
pltet ad ftl office DCT X in.is mi Ion* rialms Demaidi Said Kilatet eaat end of hrlriee and on
Jack Wlngo, air Agalnit land Ivlni I and' 'belni I In SertlnnI
Venetian blinds measured and : I You and each nf you are herehvnotified Eaat aide, of bridgeinieclficalii NOrll1'\\
IX 1016 feet Ion* T n hln 3. Nnrth Range CS
Sll Ath 8tret Installed. Wld, range of colors. Coordinator will fooly furnish I X I It feet long I You and ench of you are hereby no. Real Naaaau Florida' and and requires.: tn preaent anvclalmi PIAn., ., and ...
--- more Information 2614274. N26c 3 X a 16 feet long lifted and required to preient" any helnn a c..unl"l : and demandi which you, or work In be pre'nm.d mlV I
PORTER LOVEQUIST Color --- -- Prices per toot to b* FOII. st Job clnlmi. and demandi which V"U, or I trarl of r.I".:;::I :" ; I"n"" \ Deed either of you may have agalnat I the 'I inied bv contacting D. O.lev, ,
tenter.: Phone 2613068. tfe llei In NUSHU County Florida. either of you may have |aln t the Book U". > of puhllcrecnrdi I eatnte nl John FOR SALE .. I Complete deicrlpllon and iDeriflcatlons eitnte of RolMrt tienamln) Carroll of rJ'u: Countv t .h'I ., (me nf laid County, to the' County room 10 N.i.iau Cnuntv Courthouse,
MISCELLANEOUSMOSU1IlENTS of product muit accompany i dereaaed, latt of (aid Countv. to: the and being mnr/ particularly de.ecrlhed Judge nf Naiaiu County, Florida. thla Fernnmlina, Beach. Florida.
Brick Rome U Plratei Cove each and tvery bid \i County Judge nf Naiaau County, Florida. In metei. .. followa-: REI.INNINO office In the court hnuae 'I'aaldCountv i Rlcla ihould' be filed with DO. ,
THREE full Illdi filed llh D OOxley at hla office In the court houae ofanid at a point which li the at Fernnndlne Beach, I 'lor. Onlev. Clerk lo Hoard of Counly IConimlailonrra
BEDROOMS two : dlObe
I ; I Ida wllhln ilx cnlinriar. moniha from room 10 County fCourthnuie
I960 FORD CALAXIE 4 door hard CLEANED. Death Clerk Hoard of CountyCommlialoneri County at Fernandlna Beach. Northweaterly enrner nt the property I
baths large sunken living room riot I later than 10.00 ,1 Florida' within ilx calendar montha herelnnefore referred to In the time nf the ftrat publication ofIhla Fernindlna Beach. rlnr>
top. Automatic Transmission with fireplace birch paneled dates added. Phone 7335243Jacksonville. clock AM. December 16m, 11)64) ut from the time nf the firm publication !peed Book "U', pane 4HT" and r.n. notice. Twn. enplea of eiich' clatmnr Ida, not .later' 'than It no o'clnrk, AM.
Power Steering and Power D3p which lime tune, will, lie opened 'I of thia nnilre. Two coplei of eaihclnlm eeeclind alon' | County road Two drtnand ahull :be in writing, and Dpc.mlier" 10th lit which, time ...meIl
Florida room dining room kit. read and ooniiUtered 'I or demand ahall be In .. riling. Hundred' Ninetv-aeven (207i feet I aknll aiiite the place ol realdrme end I (" be rnnairtered
Brakw. $75000. 261.5664 lip chen garage and storage area. The Hoard remrves the right Id and ahall male the place of realrtenre In an Eaalerlv, direction to the pnit office adilreaa of the tblmantntrd The. Board renervei the right. 10r.t..t
TURKEY SHOOT each Friday blriiDated ahull be aworn to hy the claimant any nr all hldaDATrD .
reject any or and poat office addreaa of the claimant point of beilnnlns, thence continulnR -
I CHICHAHUA Glass sliding doors from Flor mIl of November, hti agent, or attorney and acconvpinled thla !4tli dav of November' ,
PUPPIFS 8 weeki and Saturday nlitht at the Teepee Ihli day and ahall be aworn to by thorlulmant along snld Counly rOlld :
old. 1 male and I Ida room and dining room onto AD., 1064 I hla agent, nr attorney and In an E".t.lv "lre'lIon a dla. hv filing fee nf one dollar IIIH!
female $25.00 Tavern on Highway 17 at Yulce. JIM THOMAS Chairman aicnmpunled by filing fee uf one and inch clnlm,. or demand. not aohied Jnn'hotn...., Chnlrmnll
a Ntnotv
tame nf tOOl eel In.
covered Wall wall
each. Call 2255525. large! patio. to I ahull. he void. /Itonrd Cdiinlv t omintaaloneriNiianu
D3c Get your turkey dead or Board County CoimnlaaloneriNnmuu diillur. and lui, h clnlm or deimmrt not 1"111, thrnr-e In a louthcrlv dtrec* I
carpet In living room and bodrooms. void I DON 1A BFNNFTT SMITH I Cnuntv. rlorldjATTFST
HondaATTEST tiled ahall be .
County ao tlon One Hundred Txenlv five
Ph. 2255129. Aa admlnKtrntrlx, of the E.tnlal I Iof !'! '
5 UOnSEPOWER H D. MOTOR. Central gas heat kitchen allvt"l I if i r.Mlnheth Br..1tEII.h'h (U5l fci-l in a point.;, thence In a JOHNSON IIlr.NNE'I'T: duo I II 0 OKlevClrrk
D O Oxley, Ex-Offltlo Clerk BrinkAa Wralrrlv' dlreillon Ninclv., itni
CYCLE Small 145 Hummer. with all built-in equipment. This i ; ; 12-1 executor nf lite Liut Will nirdTettament I IThomaa .
Good : nan.
FLOOR SANDING Mil reflnUbIng. 21 nf feet to a point, thence In a Northerlv '' -. flrat "uhllcntlnn' :: ; November Illh, I'NU at 1129. 12 \
See .
Is home at
Condition. Phone 261.4536. not a pre-cut direction One Hundred T..an.Iy
Up 2657 McGregor Blvd. or phone Floor tile. Paul K. Hanson. I' Robert Benjamin Ciirrnll rie- 11291 I feel In the nnlnl nf' he.Klnnlni II for Hull AdmltrlitralrlxII u ______ _
I Attorney I
PUBLIC NOTICE ceaaedMercury
tie anld trnc-t nf land' hrlnnhnunded :; '
REPOSSESSED 3 ROOM I CROUP 2615222. Phone 201-4609. N. KavnukllaAttorney aa followa-: On the Went rrrnnnillna North, Fourth Itpiich 81 Florida. for Execulrl fur ciincleicrihed h In hand the anme
complete livlna room hrdroom -- -- iv THE rmcriT rot'RT IN' AND by Imda now or hirnierly nvtnpd 41 111" II III W i ,
24 knulh' 4th' StreetFrrn.mrima pro| proper
nnd Clnrn FBaaa :
hv Connie B aa
and dinette. Only J'lfloo! $294 S'ICE, LARGE LOTS for iae.! WILL KEEP CHILDREV by day FOR NASSAU t'Ot'NTV. Ft.OilRVERFTT I Heach I'lorlda On the North hv a Public- --- ol: aairt: C rdwurd: King' it do ; t. j
or week. Experienced. Larne "' ''. I" t II"''IIrF.R Y. NO. 'SUHAIITFORn 41 II ID. .. 191 10IN a''
down $200 work. Road, On the Fa t hv landa ofFnr4 I PUBLIC NOTICE
Good On
per Mather teims. quarter .:I..RII. SA\'IS',' ___ The above. dMrrllwd property tnalj

Furniture Company So. 81 h SI. South of Five Points on mil'l fenced yard with play gym. Ph tfc ..d 1.0'1'1' AMNOI'IATION. PUBLIC NOTICE hv lunrii L Fvatt.of aalri and Fdnn nn L the FvnltB > nilh. Rntall rialmi roltrl Nanan ronnty, he vtp...ed at the Naaaau County. .all; '

lie Rd. Call 2A1-5421 tfe 261-3981. I .orpor."co.. Plalnll". ..ld parcel of land la Identified Florida rprnmiiina ".Jwh. rlortdu. ,
Dilcd. nt Frrnnnillna Beach ,
I v. riRdiiT rot'RT, roi'RTii' in.IHCIAI ,. aa belne; the aitnie' and lilrntirulriim Hoy L, Moore Iriu. Ihla 2ft'h' d"v of Noveon''..,. IMM.a .
FOR SALE BY NOTICE. WASHING: MACHINE ': R'TTFR and If married rmct'iT' or mmiitA.NAKHAlt >l nf land ronveved lo KerfF Vl. .
OWNER. 3 bedroom J Ynimgblnod .
1957 VOLVO I2WOO I Is. Call 261. D .
as .. SFTXFR hla Wife.Hhoie OINTV' FLORIDA INIIIANCFR : F."Iand hla wife Mivme ( Fdward King.ra I
Sheriff of Nnaaau Cnuntv
1 both home with carport I 5171 or Ice at 665 So. Fletcher and refrigerator repairs.<< Call thrlatlan name li unknown \ Eviilt, morla-nffon h.r.ln.on .e No 27NOTIIK I lorld i *

Shaded lot. Low down payment, Ave. tfc after 7;30 p.m. to 7.30: *.m. 225. ItofenCams.NOTICF HI.till: FHna L, Iv.1a: ( ...1"nw..l.) hy OF mlFHIIF'H BALI!: Hv C. R llennelt "

Last house on left north 19th St I : 5294 Call during day at Milliard ': OF HIT ....tI' """"'nAOA (,OI'NTY' IAV.IN. \v Dooriiti"t the '7th Notice la hereby given that I I. Nnlami Herbert :i'U:1, rl J54t
-- THE STATE!!: Of rLORIDA ... "AHK. a '0.11011. "'" .., ......., ...., ...11 ,___,"ad J. Youngnlnod Hhrrlff of N2 D3. 10, I*
Call 261-5343 after 7.00; pm. tic 8453855. tfc "' Plaintiff .... p...."" "aa..... f ........ Countv. I lorlda.. bv virtue of o -----..

---- FOR RENTUNFURNISHED --- ."''' Urn* n. ,,".....V. ."n,''''. I" n.... I'"k' Writ of Exectiilon lamed out of the.

$50 TO $100 DOWN AND NO BUY & REPAIR old clock Ph RESIDENCE UNKNOWN. DEWEY CROUBV.: JR. el n*.. ".. ., ..... .., 0"" I. '''r'h.' ., Small, Florida Clnlma nn Court the ilrd of: Nuaaau Coun.tv October EVERY TIME A \
YOU ARE HFREBY!: NOTIFIED that nefeito'anttNOTICK ......"" ,, .. ....1... '''p ..m. .not I ., :rno
. QUALIFYING 2 BEDROOM 2614348. D3c a ault hll been filed Maine! you In OP IUTTit ....,, ., .........1 pf ,..... .... ...kI..... wherein I Hov 4 In L. that Moore, waa plaintiff came FOREST FIRE STRIKES I II

buy and move In today. One house the above cauae aird you are required .tf.te nf rlmHda. ."ar" tr- ""'ot.tlOh t''' .,. ard t', hdward King, Jr. waa de.fendant .
garage apartment. One or two LET ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS to file your' answer with the ToDi"'... Trnaby, Jr, Rt S, Half IYnti ,...... t. a_" .._ 0' .. ._I..d In the
have poaaeialiai
located on Bailey Rd, Fern 1D. dulti or couple. Call 261-4132 help with your drink. Clerk of thli Court and to lerve a hur.'. Oen'.I' .".11.1.... to...... .....ell.... ..".... following rieacrllied my property, to wit :
dlna Beach. One house at Yulee copy thereof upon the plalntllf or A".en Crnlhy. lit. I. H..lhur.t.O..r.l. ... ".. _I Ih haha'l "...1 ". One 111' thrre hnraepower" Chryaler
and 2 homes In Billiard. Will Ing- problem Write Bos 8M, Hi attorney. Mahoney Hadlow, ,....It Ollot 10''. "'I" ...""' D, Air Conditions Cnmpreiaor with IYOU I) GET

TWO BEDROOM furnished house. City or Phons Jsx. El: 6-7701. Chambera- _A".m.IUII.LL! National are h rehy notified that anilhaa : "; ... .1 Condenaer,

move If IItce sary. For more In. H. F. SAHLMAN Ph. 1----- "= 1 1h Bank : : nAH.K: f sFla been filed ignlnat you In the _1J n ktto aalo H I : hlrMt an> M.xlrl. No. I KM.III.K, Unit Nn tW,
formation call Phil Black Jax, 2613361.tfc ., later than 1M4" you above entitled cnuae, and that you ht ht i>1 f .h. nt the' front Volt Ml cvcle' Aerial I No, IIC424Saa
fall an to do a Decree Pra. Con,.... are hereby required' to file vour, anuer nnr i t,:'a N".=ntl fonntv ro trlhotix > I nroiwrtv of the aald C Edward
Fla., 3592804. N26c CLASSIFIED will be entered aialmt you for the with Hie' Clerk nf thla Court m tr."nn'<'lnn Be-w* florirtahetv I King Jr. defendunt I. Ihnt nn the aial

relief demanded In the Complaint, aad t" eerve a cnnv thereof upon" the '.*n 11.00( *n., "id lOOp m. daY nf Deiemlier" IIM4 A. D between
:TWO BEDROOM HOUSE with BEACH RETALS winter rates- DISPLAY Thle:: aull 1 li In foreolone :mortgage: plnlntllt' nr n'l'titlfe\ attorney, whom Dacetnher 3rd, 11M I Ion the houra of aale, nimrlv. between I
The real property proceeded afalnttla *iame and ntldreaa laar III O O OxlrvD eleven oclmk forenrain and HURNED I
double ft. unfurnished
garage. Equity, plus $ furnished and apartments ...."r .. Hoquemiire, IDntl HarriottItnnk two o'clock In the afternoon, on the
. O Clerk nf the flrcult
50 monthly payments. Call 2G1- and collages For Information U n PI Building OXLKV I I laid 1 duy ul the North door of the
U II : I nl U IIIUIIIIII oA\I.\ .I'I :: ot.rn'rIh. DIf Court
5363. tfc : call W. I. McCranle 201. I 'I not later than December 30lh, A. Counlv Courlhouae' In FernandlnaHeach
City of ernandlna Beaeh (form 1-. irO'lBT urATnvd : Naaaau County, Florida, I
4642. tfC CHARLES M. erlv named Fernandlna), <.nunty efNanau you fall In do in decree. pro contain N Welli, JrA I __ -
CORNER, LOTS 5th and Broome and Stute of Florida and will he entered. 1 aenlntt you (or ,,nrnevIMS I

All cleared. Phone 261-3373. N26c known and deicrlbed on the ofTklal the relief demanded In the complaint" nira. ..l ""Inn BulldlnnI
TWO BEDROOM HOUSE unfur- COOPER MOTOKb plat of aald City 'laa llthofraphed and The. nature nf aald lull being 'for ...nnviie| I I'll I

nlshed. Extra nice. Phone 261. .ued by the Florida Railroad ComImprovemrnt frireclnaure of that certain' mortgneerncumherln -Morney' for PlalidlffPUBLIC II
3 BEDROOM ONLY $10000 Sales For property allunte In the ,--..- I
hl. \I
5341. N2C.C/ :: y : '::""dl"T:::: r-m...iof Nuiiau. Stole' nf I Inrlda, I
down. The Jim Walter Corp II

' hai nice 3 bedroom house and lot ValiantBarracuda 1:( >II aa part Company of Outlot I In No. IHRT 226 and andfleiirrlbed : ."ixit !Fortv.five. UBI. Rental of Naa.Mau NOTICE

, 1 ROOM FURNISHED APART. an folUiwii Beglnnlnf at Acrea. Unit Two lit, accordt I
for sale near Fernandlna Beach MENT. 412 No. 3rd. St. Phone the Nnrthe
Co to O'Neal turn right on paved NI9c and road go about 5 milci thin 2614945. Plymouth line, "t aald Outlot, No 226 lor rf Nnaauu Counlv Florida' of Nn..nu Countv, Florida, In.
11671 tnt: them* .o at rlaht Phil I.. Wlln. my hand nnd the "aenl nfanld vita, hlita If the furnlahliiM ol thefni"tvne
- you will tee an old church on FOR KENT )MCELY furnished Chrysler and euilerlv for 30 fort t.' the Point Court at FernaniHim nenrh | Fftllnnent|
on left turn left '4 mile pass of Brglnnlnu: ihvm-e. continue easterly "'In-'da "Ma Idlh diy nf NovemlnV, One.llwd. aelf prnnellfd" mlver.powered !
, bench apartment. Call 261.4144 for 12J feet, thrnce eo at rtfhtaniiles A D I'Hlf.sFALl > hv two cwle fottr rv""-
church go 1 block turn left alter 2, ICe I 5 Year or 60,000 and >u again follow rood on around to H"ir I" ., rillh' an lea and .. e.terlv t- (' nf the Circuit Court to hnve 'in m x 20! llrfront Rayonier
, right. House left Only $100- Mile Warranty for 123 feel; (.hence |o at right' (A cnnv of the complolnt HIM hereinhi port |IN nn x 911 Urea rear To hnv. ,*
on the .terly nttached In the of thla notice
LARGE FURNISHED APART. anulm' inrt northerly nlntiu ea copy S atwwta main, nnd two aneedauxiliary
.00 down and $"260 monthly. Call Mobile Homes rlnht of way South imh 11..1'or which K mallnrt In euch defendntfor trnnamlaalon to have
Jim Walter Corp. In Jackson MENT Near town. $5000 monthly. 62 23 feH to ttie I'olnl nf lltglnTnlnit whnm a re ldnnre more ancclficthan I l"'n atireil rotor drive' rotor lo he
Item ahull mil be deemed to atnte. nr county' wna given In .
Call 261-4976. nc and ( a all raat miillenhle line pliilea' ,
ville 383-0161. DIOc 76M75 aqunre feel or 0176 acre, the) avnrn atnlement filed herein. bv Mellon drive with III Imh. diacfrlcllon Their
more 0' I.... Hie plilnllff, hl< 81.nt nr attorney) drive principle, enuhliaanv On
:1 610 and 617 So 15th St. 3 bedroom BRAND NEW. COMPLETELY fur. Camping Trailers T04 ETH'R WITII lb. '"lIowlnll 1\On, *.Ih80'" n.KnemorA..v., pnlr of' tine plulea' to allu In.
, 3-bedroom 41 | u 30 "dependent when, .encounlerlne:
nlshed apartment. 1.le.d :
hall :
homes with extra 'j
masMiry BEECH ft 14th ST. permanently (mulled part of "" .lnn'lInn., Rotor to he efiulpfied" :
bathl. 110.900 with approx. $173 Large living area. Centrally heated the Improvement nn anld lund NOTICE with hevel' edge line lo have aa- f

dowa and $72 monthly. 2785 South Fletcher Ave. 261- Phone 261-1003 apuce heater PUBLIC "hnll nmll..llnh, ",ml"n.."' nllm"II

4767. tfc I Will Trade Boats!! The exnreaa enumeration of the foreign NOTICR': op pnonArr' ) he driven hv arparale'l cyi.Ihll. :
< ., IfI.noml.. 25th
r Item ahall not be deemed to IV TIIK MIUVTV, Jl IMI."< fODliTNA .nln. Ih""h Anniversary
, 1300 Leon Street Forest Hills Trailers or For Almost limit or reatrlrt the applicability: of .M 411 COUNTY STAT Or lion To have Irnckomeler, Illlh..
3 bedroom Vacation Apts. any other lan,uage deairlblng I II' general rutHinA.Fatnte wheel inj aprav bar Hood aneclallv .
Completely redecorated Intended dealinad for mixing and re.mlxlnii .
Anything That Doesn't termi other property
OCEANFRONT APTS. Complel'lyfurnished. olIIAIUEB
masonry home. Prettiest to be covered hereby BEI.I. Avallnhllltv, 0' pnrta amiaervlie .
Day week or month. Eat. WITNESS my hand and the aeal ofthta KKNNFODertaartl. In he within a !Ml mile radlua -

lot In town 111,000Ith approx 584 3. Fletcher Ave. Phone 261. Court at Fernanrilnn' Hearh, The Hale' nl' Florida, To. All l'rr.cmalulfrnud and ao atnted hv Bidder. Mu- Of
$150 down and $72 monthly. 5878. tfe tH It U 111'1 0 III' 0 10| "I X ll I Inrlda: Del 11 4ih day at November, I li the Rilate of laid !>'. chine muat he In food aervliecondition Operations f
D and muil naaa llnipectlonhv
< *
r PUBLIC NOTICE (SFALla' I J. O Oxlev' Clerk cedrnt: hrrehy. nntlfM that a written The Bnnrd, nf Counly tnmtnla. .
BRICK 3 BEDROOM one bath filed You nre ... .
FOUR ROOM downstairs furnish.ed IA copy nf the Complnlnt Inalrumtnl' purpotllng to lie the .Inh. .
Oversized Int. $13,250 with $400 NOTICE OP BIDS herein li .atlarheri the lopv of thin of anld 1 1 decedent Prl". In ha 'n, "..lIv.y 10 1'1.' ..." .
apartment. Phone 261.4645.tic The Board of County Cnmmlsatotiera .. notice" which la mulled In each defendnnt I Laat Will and Tealument COUhlv PllOn "..,m. Hllllad. "I..,.
hm beeaj edinltted to probateIn
down of Naaaau County Florida invite for whom a renldenre moreapeclfle Ida, II dya, deliver'' In Fernandina Beach
frt blda for furnlihlni concrete and that slate, or county waa hereby commanded within Complete deai'rlpl Ion with apeilflrallona .
metal asphalt covered culvert. pipe liven In the aworn atnlement filed aU You calendar are monlhi from the dale nf of equipment and aeceaaorleaattached '
MODERN, SPLIT LEVEL near UPPER DECK APTS. for the period beginning December "he rein br the plaintiff hla agent orttorney the flrat publication of fhla notice to therrlo price of eiulmenlai | |
Idth 111II4 and ending DeuHemlier auth .) well aa net price. mual he ahownen
TWO PRIVATE ROOMS private .. and ihow
Court ceuie.
. 2bathes. in aald
Five Potnta. Three I U ll $. ..19311 ,e c-h' end hid
_. _| | Ipany } every '
..J14.000 ', with FHA entrance ami bath.- Two apart,4irtMii Pipe' M "amaHer. thad"II: Inefleior aVt Court veu t in n,admitting.*! r' tM tald, ,actfcm will >t4pmbvte ln>I la ah.iuld" 'he, filed with D OOxlev JI J JI
.. *4 Inchee" .M dl....> ,
""** **.*" wllh TV: and utUUtaur> larger than should, not atonal ui evok tenT*. kmeleY! ConcretePine- an..* mrt natiphalt PUBLIC -NOTICE .., f Weatherford, not Inter than HI uocknkvAM t
nlahed. Reasonable until May pipe' covered to be furnlah- 'TSealf- r* r Dnaemher Illh. llaM alwhlth I
fr fr: 13. tfc ed aa required by Hoard County IV THF CIRtllT rOl'RT IN Till! }. E. Wenlherford Countv, rlorlda.Albln Countv. JuditeNaaaau lime aame. will be oiiened, L. B. Reese Plumbing & Heating Co.
T. Ferrelri A Bon ,
Commlaalonera Naaaau County, HIIRTH ll'IIKIAI. tlRUIT IN C It.Attorney read and l ronalclered
Florida AN1'011 I NAHHAI) (OLNTV Thompion The Board re.erve. the rlnht toretert
Broker FOR RENT FURNISHED: two Prlcea per foot to he FOB. at Job .I.IIKJIA. IN OIANIKRV: A8E Bench at Lawrernandlna FloridaIt any nr all hKIa
M1-M7J altea Mi Naaaa* County I \ 201-4892
"log AIIMdI At*. n bedroom downstairs apartmentClose Complete deacrlption ond ipetlficatlona J. H <.OUItRF.AI and CLVDB II II. ID. 2B. 11.3 her, A I) lu/4. 1101 South 81 h Street .

In. Ph. 2614227. tic of product must accompany I.CIfIllBREAD. kla wife, Jim Thoinna, Chiilrmnn
TWO BEDROOM house on Raytn each and every bid Plalnllfla, I Patrolmen and Rd. Large lot. Terms arranged. Hlda ahould be filed with D OOxley .".. .aaau Counlv, Florid
ALEXANDER APARTMENTS Clerk to Hoard of County IbWAllb L. IlOObllllF.Ab Ind INEZliOllbaRFAIl. Sunshine State Parkway carry i ATTFST!

Ph 2615421. tfc REMODELED BEACH APART. Commlaalonera not later Ihnn 10 on .; extra gas to ssslst stranded motorlst I D O Oxley
clock AM, December 18th, IIW4 attkhlch riefrndaalaNOTICIC Clerk.
BEAUTIFUL PIXIE DOLLS with MENTS. $6000 monthly with time same will be opened I : OF SI'ITTO '*. n Hzs\ nt .
hot and cold water furnished reid and conaldered INF7: OLANfc: I.OODBREAD .--- -- -- ------ -- ---... -- -- -- --
real hair and other toys. All The Board reaervea the right to No S Mjrtnl VIII,igeAnhevllle
handmade. Also ladies handbags Apply Apartment I, or call 261- reject any or all bldi.Ujted North Carolina
4525. tic thla 17tn day of November, You are hcreliy notified, that lull
and hat I. Cart B. Winans A D, 1W4IM I hut been filed againit you in Hie
Phone 2615421. Will mall any. --- -- -- THOMAS. Chairman I above caune: and that you are hereby
tfc Board Countv CommlaaionersNataau required to file voer Anauer ...lIhh..
where. Help WonNd ATTEST, a copy thereof upon the Plain
ARC REGISTERED DACHSHUND D O Oxley, ExOfflcIo Clerk I tiff' er Plaintiff'a Attorney. ..ho e

PUPPIES. Call :261-4764. Itp 2t 11.28. 123PUBLIC and addreai la: MEIIttJRY N. n.m.1
.'. .
WANTED house salesman Prev. OUKLIS P O IK 462.
; "NOTICENOTICF. Heach Florida' not later than the
STUDIO GIRL of Hollywood cosmcllcs ions sales experience helpful dav of December: A D. ItaM, .

Mrs. Robert Lannon but not necessary. Excellent op. TO CRPIMTimSILOHIDA you fall M do ao, Decree Pro
I",".* will' be entered egalnat you
beauty advl or. Phone 2615357.tfc: portunlty for previous shell RTAfLTESIX TNF LOl'NTVJIDOF. the ,ell.' "'mand.d Ih Ih. Com.I .
THE ('O( liT OK
home. Insurance and other :NASSAU COINIV, FLOKDA pl.lnl.
specialty type sales experience IN PROBATE The nature at the lull being forForecloeure ,
of Mortgage
TWO BEDROOM BLOCK house highest/ commissions quick a p. la re, F.ilate MCU.elHAIOCR KENNARO.Derraird. I the tolkmtng, deeiritied property ell SERVICE YOU YOU NAME IT

with picled dm fireplace on provals low rejection rate. Sell uate In Naaaau Oounty, "ord.00, ,

172' X 280' lot. 238 North 14th St a completed 3 bedroom home Te. All fredltera and Prrtona Hating wn All, at thai certain tract piece erKrcel CAN COUNT ON WE DO IT .
Ha ECla
Clalma er Uemandl Agalnat
Call 1&1.uJ2. N26p no money down $5350 per Hi of land aituute. lying and

month full tile bath oak floors you and each ol you aie hereby :: partly In Section In reclmn SI \ Towmhlp 50 I amiBiirtlv t From filling 'er up to a Our expert, experienced

THREE LOTS at Five Points. Call V shcetrock and many other I notified' and and demanda required l te which prelnt you I'yclaima or Range" 17 Caat: and being complete car check and DEPENDABLE SAFE SURE mechanics check your
M* further deicrlhea1 by meeta arM
2614232. >P outstanding features Send name either of you may have agjlnut the bound* al followa-, Bl.l.lNNN[ l lat car thoroughly, make

like address and qualifications to: eatale of HAIDEE BELL KC.NNAM) the !gflutk comer of Hertion M overhaul, see ui for When It comes to car For your sale, let ua repairs right at mod
CHORD ORGAN: deceaaed late of aald County to the ,
MAGNUS and 'South 41 degree! 00 miutea *-
P. 0. Box 68. Oceanway Jack County Judge of Naaiau County go service faxt and rigrht. Rervicing it pay to
new. Bargain. KxwItaK Clwlst. I' Eait f r l-4 I feet to an Iron put your car'* wheel* In erate cost.
28 ''llII'ld..1 hla office In the court
Florida 32218 N12
sonvllle :
mal Can 261-3b86 days.Moneaar .h>..ae U aald Camity at remandmaBench thence to the cieitmue POINT OlBEi.lNNINH South 41' degreei corne to UM From minor I perfect alifnment

Friday. NC Florldj, within alx calendarmonths 00 S24 1 fret to an iroethence J
through, REFILLING: AND COLLECTING from the time of the fJr.1I mMtutei for North 41 degreea Mmmutea rrpalrs to complete ; Drive In
go her Service
Stop Reliable
TYPE high Two
NEW of copieaof '
from puoucatlon tnla notice
money I Entt for I IT) I feel to anIrnr
3 BSDHOOM: ONLY $10000 each cljlm deniund ahall I be in
dow*. The Jim Walter Corpora- I quality coin operated dispensers. I writing. and ahall ante the pUce of' !10 mtnutea, thence Weal IIn N'irth for S24 4S 1 degrees'leet toan \1a with ease I All Work Guaranteed iti\\ for flUlBerYleer\
To quul.Ify .. _
No selling. .. '"
In this area. .IId pno\ "' South 4.1 <*. We Do The Job Rljht.Automatic .
alee! 3 bedroom .h Hot "hi he to
a the claimant and ahall aworn and
must have Weal for ilM7 .
you car ... .It.... .T* e 00 mlnutl KO ., -
FenamlliiaBeach. "" \lie ('Islm.nt. "I. .pnt
whs BW
h* ror OF By-aN.
feet In the POINT
O'Neal turn right $GOO to $1900 cash. Seven to nay and accompanied. by a' filing fee N1NU 8UIIJECT: TO MO foot rightof Trans emission Repairs
C. to j6'I
twelve hours weekly can net excellent of one dollar and such claim or demand .way eaaement to AT. T Company
on paved road so about 3 miles monthly Income. More not ao filed ahull be void containing I M acrea and ----

then .'HI sec as old Church /a' Hairfee Hell TownaendHilriee !90 foot right-of-way' fur Countv
you full time. For personal Interview Bell TownaendAa Road containing 0 S acre The lundeonveved I
on len. torn left H mile pass write P. O. Box 4183 Pittsburgh, Executrix of the wit Will emuina 31 acrea Iraa
caurrti 1 blotk! nirn left rt.hI.f..y or I 52 acreaWttneaa .
arouad to Pa. 15202. Include phone num. naldee Hell Kennard. deceaaedFlrat my hand and the Hat ofaald
MUln, fttlnw road on ber Itp publication. November 12th |UMAlrnn Court at tenundma. Hearh, NaaHU I I

rDJht.! houe Is on left. Only I : C Thotnpaon: Jr Countv florwu. thia llth day Phon 261-3812 Your Ford Dealer Since 1910 South 8th Street"t. -
down and 34 4M Attorney for Executrix I of November. A. B 111M
10000 monlhIY.\\ 3118 Atlantic Avenue /I / D 0 OXLEY I
Call Jim Walter Corp. Trade At Home Fernandma Beach rlorlda CLERK 0.... ClfCClJlT COUfCT

I _junvllle, 3880161. 44 11.U, U. M leVl .. MM, M earf D3, at,

. .p. .... .
:: .
," "

I I I Page 21 l ( ( I Ii Ij

i I a + '

N Harrison i w to

i M Agent '
I' '
t4 _. 'e'M1t b
2 2j

I I heat until bonded' Add .
j F and Mr" Ir.
milk /nil at mice
constantly until iml-
thickened Then art over .
Add the seisonlngs If "44c ,
Blend In wine Jest before
Serve over biscuits! t asl sIN
fried noodles or rice. 6 s

[# !: it it I st t

A LA KING: Cook '"4
chopped green pepper t
re \
for a few minutes
w ; adding flour Proceed as
Turkey Add 1 chop.
II ; and a smell can ((4 I I
; ) mushrooms with
19J8, this was n scene of> activity In the storage .vitrcl ns workmen were pouring the!'
'' OF : \ & I third floor of the, screen building ut the IOM! division of Ia{ >onier Incorporated.
i t of 1'.) Tl'RKEY' ,
Burn,' I unflavored
/:ess gelatin
water with' broth and season wllh ca>'cn. degrees F.I o> until chase begins t I.< 1 "It's hard to know exactly when
I, '!lm'um. boiling turkey broth no and mustard If desired Top I molt and top' is browned, about 15mlnu's. IK ,ucr.itlrn ends and the next
on each landllch'It' h 3 or 4 spoon-1 i t ( The diluted mushroom lie oCo'ins;: but its somewhere
(pepper fats of the soup. Sprinkle with' soup Is enough for 4 or 5 suns : iroiind 9 p.m.r F. L. Holmlund., I
; i
it finely chopped cooked paprika.! Plaec. In_a hot oven 14,25 i w fiches Marshall dimly (IJllinn.1 i Banner
I \ I
{ finely diced celery I I
finely chopped green pep
Hoscoc I ( I I : or gelatin parsley In thei' I SILVER ANNIVERSARY
t. rounder!! (of : cup
HnlKlils of Add softened gelatin to''
I Intensive I I broth and stir until gelatin
and rre' & I : dissolved. Season to ,,
ben, Induct t l |
1 i Chop and :
.... !: egg yolks
: separately. Arrange In lay. ''
greased loaf pan (approx, i I
( x 3) In this order: half the''I
!):)!] / egg whites, celery and I
: mixed together, egg
: ( remaining turkey. Sea- : RAYONIERINCORPORATED I

i : c t 'I tl ;: ( : and pepper.celery Carefully layers pour with In '
) as not to disturb the lay I
and chill overnight. I
1 and slice to serve' 10'''

I : .* Thank You For The Opportunity!

I I sharp tomatoes toast cheese e'.1of: Serving Your Corporation and

I !: cooked turkey
( ) (10 or 12 oz) cream of Its
i I soup Many Fine Employees'5Lowe's
of broth, milk or water
and mustard, optional .

I, on a shallow baking I I I
Individual servings I GroceryRAYONIE
k with the cheese, to-
with salt and pep I
the turkey Blend soup
r I I -
; .
!) !

I a'i' .A

( ) I 1 1939a"

: :: : : : i


I:I fo1, ,;

( ) '

( : '


( I,, ......

Lww- ( )i : 1 I I I;I INCORPORATED

't .


'I A Quarter Of

II I t ::; d '.".
: A Centuryin

It Fernandina. Beach

+ : '

( 1 rrrr
... .
I 4

H: I '' I Florida Public Utilities Co.r 11

"''u.:,.t"+ I

.. ..... .r "" ; : 'i a' .. ::s : illtSl4414t14atalsaA4n a ,

j Ma(a..w'_