Fernandina Beach news-leader ( January 3, 1963 )


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Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title:
Fernandina Beach news leader
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John H. Perry
Place of Publication:
Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date:
January 3, 1963
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Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
30.669444 x -81.461667


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Commission To Abandoned Baby': '

Reorganize At Night Found Club In Auto Patron',By, Marine Welcome Station Dedication

Abandoned babies are. often
Meeting TuesdayThe left on doorsteps 'but'rarely in i

cars parked at night clubs ,as
Nassau County Commission happened last night at the PlayBill

will hold the annual reorganization -I on U. S. 1 South of Callaj 13 Will Feature Boat Races
meeting on Tuesday Jan. 8'j ban. January
in chambers at the court house. i! Leaving the Play Bill about 9 .

As' usual the first issue of the ,.... ,,, .... I p.m.. a patron was greeted' with ,
year, & pretty skinny. Most merchants ,, '..).'#, "".' ) I ,., "'"" JIt, ,,. 1 a bundle containing an infant '
are taking inventory or recovering : : fI.' boy about 5) or 6 days old. '
from the hollda7 rush. L. 0' < t" ". '1 The, Florida Highway Patrrl :

Look. ,however, for a number of I ;, t" : was notified and an officer carried Fish Dance Wide TV Attention
after-inventory i or January Clearance I j ( r : '?; the baby to a ,Callahan doe- Fry
\ sales advertisements to be'Ij ,, p 4 tor's office. The doctor said that ,
News-Leader dur-t j ,
carried in the the baby should be in a hospital,
m.t.he..remainder of the month. : ; :; !i' and Deputy Jim Sawyer broughtthe

fr infant here to Humphreys '* Dedication of the Florida Marine

4 ,Crusty Teddy I.oosevelt has 1 L Memorial Hospital, where it is Welcome Station here bids
probably been resung mghty! "uneasy j reported in satisfactory condi- I: Mrs. Clara Steger, Top News Photo In. News-Leader During 1962 fair to be one of the most impressive

in his grave over our handling % tion. j celebrations: ever held here.
# of the Cuban situation and County Judge J. E. (Gene) : Native Daughter I I 'to ,:.. I Confirmation of Wendell Jar.
I ; especially over the paying of A4 Weatherford said that a search t rard, chairman-director of the
the liberationof U being made to locate the pari Florida
blackmail to secure ; ; :i Development Commission,
the Bay of Pigs prisoners. The ents. The only clue is a note Succumbs At 82 I' a:? the"main speaker at the dedication .

nye men who fought with TeddyIn telling of the baby's formula. ceremony is expected mom

In Cuba's behalf and followed him Funeral service for Mrs.. ClaraE. entarily.

Up( San,.Juan Hill are probably Youths Held Steper, 82, was held December Gordon T. Butler of Fernandina
I resting just as badly What hasapei By I 22 at 2 p.m. in Steger Con gregaI Beach; executive secretary of the

) ed to our once pi'cud stand, 1 I tional Church, Steger, Illinois, aI Florida League of Municipalities,
'millions for defense, but not one F.B.I. After Arrest I suburb of Chicago. Interment was will serve as master of cci emon.
cent furs tribute!'' While JFK ami i. | in the family mausoleum in Ever- ies and Thos. J. Shave, Jr, l local

others are eugolizing the returned JOHN a HIGGINBOTUAM i green Hill Cemetery. "...-. attorney, will introduce visiting

prisoners we might also remember Here By Troopers | The widow of George F Steger, ,. dignitaries.The .
: short time. we John B. Higginbotham, new !: I celebration will two
Ou\JJust a ago I son of John V. Steger, founder ofa : cover
I were similarly eulogizing one Fidel Commissioner from Hilliard, will I I Four Virginia youths are being i piano factory in 1832 and the days with activities beginning at
Castro for his liberation of ,Cuba also be installed in office at that boat races on Saturday afternoon,
I held under $1500 bond each by I village of Steger which grew
I from Batista. Could be there is time. He succeeds Kelly Walker, Federal authorities in Jacksonville around i it Mrs. Steger was born 'F' Jan. 12. The races will be a 2-
another Castro in the : that who served three terms with the day event with the feature race
group following their arrest in March 5, 1880, in Pensacola, and
stormed"'the Bay of Pigs beach in Board. Nassau! County last Friday by had lived in Steger for 70 years.A on Sunday, preceding the dedica.
their hopeless effort Of course: The Commissioners will choosea Florida State Highway Patrol daughter of Henry Johnson, tion.
this i is'a chronic American weak- chairman and vice-chairman of Troopers Robert S. H9ward and the first Internal Revenue Agentin 44: The races are being staged, by

pe3 build them Up and stren. that body for the coming year. C. H. Strickland, San Fernandina, now Fernan. : the Water Patrol of Nassau Sheriff .
gihen them fight Harry Poole and Walker servedin H. J. Youngblood and are -
today expected
so we can Thomas Lee Whitfield, 18, of dina Beach, she was a charter
those respective capacities in
to attract the outstanding
them'1omorrow.. Portsmouth, Va., and his three member of the Steger Congregational
: rhere's ; Church and active in ., *. drivers in the Southeast.
1962.Also '
J teenage companions, ages, 14, was ( "
to be named are an attor. 15,1 The free-for-all
real switch water event on SuiuUyafternoon
a on with the Ladies Aid Society of the '
16, were charged ,
pollution that should bring on ney for the Commission, a county I, church. : .- will carry a $250 first
of 1962 sedan in Portsmouth, <.,
a "
some' local conversation: In Pen- prosecuting attorney, a veteransserviee'officer : ,' 1j.f4'YC.J .. ?! prize, donated by Hugh F. Stone,
J following an arraignment beforeU. I' She is survived by two daughters > ..:; : .. '.:
a cola chemical wastes, dumped and 'a county road 'S. Commissioner T. V. Cashen Mrs. Grace Clarren of Steg. I ,_ ( :,.' ."", t. ., '.4 Jr., local Standard Oil distribu
killed destructive superintendent tor. Trophies will be awarded taU
ii into bayou,
in Jacksonville Friday evening. er and Mrs Gertrude Hughes of TOP NEWS PHOTO FOR 1962 in the News-Leader has been chosen as this signing of
oredo worms which thriveon Thos. J. Shave, Jr., is current Jacksonville three Theo races.
wood. After the pollution was Commission attorney, Mercury: I Troopers Howard and Strick- dore 'R.. Fernandina; sons Beach, George an agreement between the Florida Development Commission and the City of Fernan- The Saturday races will feature
land intercepted the youths as dina Beach for the construction of Marine Welcome Station here, first of its Kind in
a boats
?' cleaned'up by order of the Health Kavouklis is county prosecutor, F., Harvey, 4U. and Robert of with motors ranging from
they drove into Yulee at 8 a.m. the world. Seated Wendell Jarrard director-chairman of the Com I 40 h, maximum 100 ,4-P-
ptts.the worms, returned,. and Thomas G. Hall is veterans ser Steger; 11 grandchildren, and are Development a p. to
aw' attacking logs stored in the vice officer, and A. ,L. Scussell is Friday, after a high-speed chase. : eight great-grand children. I mission as' he affixes his signature to the agreement, and Russell Nahm, local city The unday f ee.foral1Yi11 be 15
water by a mahogany plant there. road superintendentThe They had eluded Wilbur Sheffield, I manager at that time.. Standing, left to right, James Sumpter, head of the FDC's I laps ove the 2-mile race cOurse
Officials: of the plant are ponder Commission will take care owner of the Georgia-Florida Motel tourist division as' he holds an artist's conceptipn of the now almost completed building 1 in the Fernandina, Beach harbor.

ing a move to another .city with of the first routine business' of after, just the south youths of Kingsland suddenly ,sped Ga. ; W. L.Kight: Rites ; J., E. (Gene) Weatherford, who was Chamber of Commerce president at that I i' (complete racy program( will be'carried

the possible loss of .400 jobs to 1&6? jft the regular'monthly meet when he had put $.t.55 worth time; H. 'V. Fishier, city attorney; Morris Cummings of the architectural and engineering I 1 in ne rl weeks News.

Prnsacola. Since water pollution ing' on Jan: 16. away of gasoline in their car. Held Sunday Atds4atJsLChurch. I firm retained for the project, and Roger Stake, assistant to Jarrard. ThepkUrern'intheJu1y I Leader.) the
hAs long been a subject of some 19 issue of the News-Leader. I Following Saturday races,

controversy here, the Chamber Of ) Officers said Whitfield, driver ---- - <---- _ the Fernandina'- Beach- Boat Club
Commerce might well take rte Tkievesansack li the stolen vehicle, attempted I will l have 91 fish frjr thti11b;
... ol.thls.bew.tMst., .,_..aApplianceSt'oEe 1 t 0f.1L..s..11..to ; No*,CurrentPicturesIn '*** pei J .$ .-AMJ. igbt
'4.;* /t nandina/JBeachl,! but lost control t "Juvenile-Staff J I Stiff Sentences : a free dance scheouie a'ftor the
News Leade '
Tbe/clmmcnts this and struck 'a culvert, causing $300 Municipal Auditorium.On .
in column
the tack of :contest damage to the car. I Kight, 70,. was'.held Sunday ,at 2 Pistol' : Sunday the visiting digni.
deploring .a p.m&i thVFirst Baptist Church Antique The News-Leader goes to press By County Judge
ftfr/Christmas decorations and the Thieves who broke into Appliance Whitfield was also charged with' with Rev..JjRme&;,Dunham\ pastor, today with no current pictures of taries will be honored at a lunch
attendant failure of many to dec. Sales and Service Tuesday reckless driving offkiat/ng/ kSi f&ed bjrJPvev. Jehn From Fort ClinchAn l local happenings. Reason: theydidn't Warn Violators eon at Seaside at 12:00.
night made off with merchandiseand I At 12:30 the feature race will
much us\ial brought a
ora\e as as Two hitchhikers who were rid O'Neil, pastor of the Bible Baptist -I airive from the engravers.
*wilt reply from several who went toob worth approximately ing with the four youthi/were re- Church.. I Missing: a 'picture publicizingthe begin.At .
.all out. I took a look at the decorations I $l OO. according to owner Cecil leased. Masonic services were held at', antique .22 pistol, partof a Marine Welcome Station dedication I County Judge J.. E. (Gene) 1:30 the crack Fernandina
of some who were quickto Rowell graveside at 4:30 p.m.. at Shiloah display belonging to David Stone, I and boat races, several Weatherford, alarmed at the increasing Beach: High School Band will entertain -
defend handiwork and Rouefl his back door had I stolen Monday afternoon number of traffic viola- ;' with a concert at the WelI -
i their found Automobile License Cemetery in Homerville, Ga. I was I' wedding pictures, pictures of so.
the '"had every reason ,to be proud been forced open when lie arrived Mr. Kight passed away December -I from its case at the Fort Clinch i! cial events during the holidays, tions in the county, meted outj I come Station site. Following the
of their Chrutmasy look. Let's early Wednesday morning and immediately I Tags Go On Sole 28 in a local hospital. State Park Museum. :! pictures of the giant Christmas some stiff sentences' this week to I,I band concert, the local chapter of
the contest next ,year and I notified the police. I The theft occurred at. 2:30 offenders. i I the Society for the Preservationand
renew Here This Week He was a member of the First I p.m. I cakes baked at the school cafeterias -
t stimulate more decorating. I'' Missing were two portable television Baptist Church and Amelia Lodge and at 7:30: p.m., the pistol was I I a picture of Santa at the Coming in for.the heaviest Encouragement Barber
I Shop Quartet Singing in Amer.
1 "fa sets, two radios, a record Nassau County Tat Collector 47, F and A.M. He had, been a recovered after a 13-year-old boy : Jaycees Christmas party for chi! tence was Nelson Williams,sen-I I ica will render several numbers.
(, A ,good! resolution forall offi- player, a repaired radio, a tube Ira' Hall reminds the public that member of the Masonic order I confessed to taking it and showedthe I dren, and others.Rotary year-old Fernandina Beach
At 2:00 the actual dedicationwill
I daIs who handle public funds: : repair kit, a filament checker and the 1963 license tags for vehicles! since 1918. investigating officer, Deputy j gro,' who was given $225 or 90 :
"Spend like you're parting withyourown I'other tools. are now on sale at his office. Mr. Kight had made his home John Bodine, where he had, buried I I days on two separate counts. 1 begin. A highlight of the de*
dication will be the
money and remember Police Chief J. R. Parker said February 20 .is the deadline 'for in Fernandina Beach for 19 years, it in the sand. Club Hears Williams was convicted of striking -! of the colors and a presentation flag raising
wheji I that no clues to the identity of purchasing tags but Hall urges I by an American Legion Color
.1 pays the bilL" It'| startling when lived in Callahan for number of nished the information that the' ''reckless driving and of leaving
I the thieves has been found but the public to buy early and avoid a I II Beard On Welcome Guard. :*;
think that the Federal debt I I boy had shown the to him'
you He former gun the scene of the accident. I
: employeeof
hat the: investigation is continu- the usual last minute waiting in years. was a I (Continued on Page Two)* -
runs ,to $17,690 every minute. And I ing. J line. I Rayonier Inc., retiring in 1953. before burying it. (Law forbids I Ii Listed as a kn'own violator* :
onlr22 years ago the entire HP i* survivp/1. hv his widow. I publishing the name of -juvenile Station Dedication Williams was also relieved of his :
ernment was operated on:: iov-I I I !Ii;;: Mary 'Kight;;" two-sons'-,- W.: I delinquents). I i I driver's license by Ju ge Wea : Masons To Install

I now-takes to meet interest Top 1 1962 Human Interest Photo I J. ,Kight and Elroy Kight, both of I The boy appeared before County ,' Fernandina Beach Rotarians '' therford. 1 1I
,[ ments on the debt. :vIi ; J. Weatherford who I Deputy Curtis Telfair the I
J Fernandina Beach; a daughter, i Judge E. heard one of their own members, I'I was
Mrs. Irma Ruth Burbank of Tam. I also, serves as juvenile judge. He ;I Jim Beard, Wednesday as he told investigating officer. Officers For 1963
The ''man who said he was taking pa; a sister, Mrs. Dolli Mae Cor- I was sent to, the Child Guidance I of the plans for the dedication of I:! Another case saw Alva\ E. King, !I
his money out of Wall StreettpuHt bitte of Homerville; eight grandchildren I Clinic, at the Duval Medical, Center the Marine Welcome Station here I white 50-year-old Jacksonville Tuesday' Night ::'
in taxes: because that and a great-grandchild. for a psychiatric evaluation.The Jan. 13.Beard. I'I resident, sentenced to $162.50 or ,
was sure to go up, was putting itniIdv'JFK Pallbearers were his nephews, pistol, damaged by its burial I I 60 days in jail, I I
} eays he is going to' Reva Claude Christopher, Haskel I ,w..the sand, is being restored a member of the dedication | King was convicted of riving Amelia Lodge No. 47 F.&A.M
cut taxes in '63 but if you ,happento Smith, Lamar Smith, James Williams I by ',Stone for ,return to its place steering committee, briefly i'I while under the influence of intoxicating !I will hold! its annual installajjpji
notice that your pay check l la Is: W. M. Kight and Norman in the prized display.Domingo reviewed plans to' date and revealed !i liquor He had ncr previous -:: of officers Tuesday night &Utbe
little slimmer remember that Kight. that the event will cover : record. I Masonic HalL -

on Jan. 1 Social Security taxes t two days with boat races on Jan. I I James W. Moore, 35-yeaf-old I I All Master Masons and ihSr

took another hike. Besides that, ,- t Costa 12 beginning the celebration.The Negro of Brunswick, Ga., found wives are Invited to a dinner at
I Increases are also, slated for 1C Two Local Youths i boat races, said Beard, will that running two cars off the', GOO: and the installation ceremony

I: and %8. You/re now paying three Are "Slightly" Late : consume most of the afternoon highway can be very costly, especially i! will follow at 7:00.:
Passes 'I
'f and five-eights percent and so is Wednesday, ,;I with a fish fry and dance follow. when one of the care Officers to be installed are: P.E. .
I your employer. If you're self-em- 'kh Returning From Hunt ing the activity. !jOn happens to be that of a deputy : Nelson, Worshipfal Matter;

I jloyed it's 5.4ft. It's rapidly approaching \ When two local youths, Larry Funeral Friday Sunday, he revealed, visiting i I sheriff. i iI Fred S. McLean, Senior Warden;
( the point where you'll Brewer and Billy Duncan, dignitaries will be honored at I Moore was convicted of driving I Ilj D. K. Newsome, Junior Warden;

( (Continued on Page Two) failed to return Tuesday from a Domino Costa, 69, passed a luncheon at Seaside Inn. II: while intoxicated and having no W. W. Hunter, Sr., Deacon;
At 12:30 the feature race of i driver's license. lie fined;James A. Beard, Junior Deaon
1 hunting trip in the Crandall area, away early Wednesday morningI was ; ;
G I the sheriffs department was notified I at his home here after an ex. the two-day card, a free-for-all, (Continued On Page Two} Kenneth Ward, Senior Steward;
list Commission will be staged at city docks. I
and a search instituted. I I tended illness. Funeral will beheld \ Lonnie Hollingsworth, Jdifor
Deputy John Bodine and Bob 1 Friday at 2 p.m.at the North At 1:30 Beard continued, the i Steward; G. Ralph Wolff, Chaplain .
Session of Year I II Carter and Roy Jackson of the !J14th St. Baptist Church, with Fernandina Beach Hgh; School' Kiwanians Will ; Laurie Cason, Marshal; jgjta-
band will entertain with a con ford Moore, Tyler James T. Mid-
James E.
Sheriffs Water Patrol hooked Rev. Byrd and Rev. Ran ;
: cert, followed by several numbers i' I kilt Secretary, and John B.
onto their boats and headed for Humphreys officiating. Induct OfficersAt .
I Quiet by the local chapter of the Society : '
I Relatively Crandall after notifying Deputy Interment will be' in Bosque Evans, Treasurer. : ,
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for the and En-
Emory Walker in 'Yulee. i Bello Cemetery. The ceremony: will be a joint
;.IIt The(" last meeting of the City Walker was first on the scene i Mr, Costa is survived by his couragement of Barber Shop Ladies Night installation with the Nassau

Cq pJ];,ion was brief and rela round 11 p.m. and found the widow, Mrs. Nellie Crews Costa; i Quartet Singing in America. i Chapter No. 49 Royal Arch Ma
At 2:00the' Marine Welcome! j
tiwlf" quiet Wednesday night of boys on the bank near Crandall, a: stepson, Theron Buchannon; Station will be dedicated) with an' The annual induction of officers -!< sons.
Ja t week. waiting: for the tide to come backin and a stepdaughter, Mrs. Emory and ladies night of the Fer.
Health insurance on city employees I : and float thei; boat which was Mobl y of'MaccIenny address by a distinguished ;guest : nandina Beach Kiwanis Club isj i i Fire Damages Homo

was transferred from 'S'S stranded high and dry by the out- I Pallbearers will Be Mathias Ro.,; speaker.Gordon T Butler executive I set for Monday night at the Sea. On South 5th StreetA
B&e. Cross to the Prudential Insurance going ttde.Young I i land, Tony Pitas, Claude Oliver, side Inn. I

Co.AMpaije4 Duncan's father Roy ,( Clyde Higginbotham, Dominic of secretary Municipalities of 'the,,Florida will be League master :I Bryan Rauscbert, resident manager i' frame home at 405 South $lh

I ] on the first reading was Dunes.; with his own boat in tow Vrsino and Tony Tringali. (Continued on Page Two) of the Fernandina division of ; St., belonging to Rebeeed Foster,
B'Tesolution to permit bars at the also arrived on the scene just I I jRayonier, will be installed a! colored was heavily damaged by

bu)} to. remain open until 2 a-nu, after the boys were located by !I VA Consultant president for 1DC3 and WilliamL. fire shortly before >9> a-ra. today.!
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a*.wa&' recently approved for similar Walker. Former Resident Webb ai presidentelectReed I Living in the dwelling were
I establishments in the county. : TOP HUMAN INTEREST PICTURE in ,the Newsreader The boys were assisted in get ', To Visit AreaAssistant i Dies In Savannah Lewellen it the retiring Marie Roberts and children.ted

Downtown bars will adhere to in 1962 was this picture of young "Rusty" Burton, :three. ting the boat back to the water State Service Officer' I president, Ora Lee Hall, also rabred. o. ,
their-regular hours as the ordi- year-old son of Mr. and Mrs Marvin Burton of :Citrona and to the Crandall landing for :: Joseph Crawford will be at the'I Trends of E. Michael Gilbert, :1 Abo to be inducted are the following The fire was spotted by Frank

,' _eo.mdj that establishments Drive. "Rusty" was spotted on the outskirts of dangers loading on their trailer. I j office of County Service, Officer, I: former resident, will regret to I directors.:>Wesley Arnold, Mayer, local contractor as he was
must be 3000 feet from a school I at a street ,dance for the Muscular 'Dystrophy 'fund, raising Tides, it seems, are just as important ..:; Thomas G. Hall, 11 N. 4th St, on :;: hear of his death December '16 in I J. C. Bennett James ''M. Push, driving past He notified those in
or church if they are allowed the the to hunters as to fisher-, Monday, January 7, 2 to 4 p.m. |tSavannah f Ga. Funeral, was held I II Thomas G. Hall, D. 0. Oxley, S. the house and the fire department
and to where
brought he
4 late closing Inside the city limiU.JJext campaign was platform! men. (Check {he News-Leader Veterans and their dependents December In Pembroke, da.Mr. I L. Tarlton and Rudy York, 'was called 91 tSwi
: meeting of the proceeded to do his stuff to the wild delight' of the each week for the J hoars of I Kiwanians
i j J higbi wishing an appointment with Gilbert was owner and operator AH and their wives t act1oq4qd the complete
sion i is set for \ .COinmis.j 'crowd. He didn't really get as tired as his tongue looks, I and low tides, jponjorw by local Crawfyd may arrange/ one by of'a downtown business j are urged to attend. the annual l j loss ,,of .the JMefe/fvnd poll'WfttUinai'

JE '0" !t 7iZO; pm thai\ NPS Just t part; pf iis act. flwu nowi a & ,I rnrcbai. ,) <:: \... a at htre'i number of year*.ago, function. S, to nearbyPKY housea. .

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J Two Xews!Lea jer,. Femandina! Beach.... Elorlfo. \ 'Thursday.- January' 8,. 19C3FERNAND1NA \. .
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.- ... FLORIDA DIMES'! CHILD'iV Soil Conservation
BEACH.NEWS-LEApER. ,1 J Florid Rite I v

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.51 1j1SUEET\ : .
.. .lbIL \ John K. Perry Newspaper ,.' As Thi Fastest ji T I1 BY F: J. DAVIDSON, SC&J'
... .. ; \.1'Hj1adweU. J Editor and )1'"ltf'lf .;/. 1i1i Mr. Robert W. Murray, BaI g.

'. .. ---- State 1st, \rfth the .Fkri4a -Gameaid
NATIONAL COITOfiUl Growing k. Fresh Water Fish CbmmVt'ibn,
\ a tf &'vi kvI Chipley Florida, advised'thaf
; .T : 0 .tA .c8TJ Florida is gaining bew residents planting materials &r vyJdUfe

i 1M1 from other states .Sat, a net tate ,, food plantings Will be available
noI J1f1uL1tJ1IjABc
..... ..... AUDITED PAID_ CIRCULATION; of 2,836 per week, the Florida ; 'iIi' for land dwners' 1n SflB Con.s.'r &-
State Chamber of Commerce has tion Districts, at the following
Published.every Thursday and entered at the Tost OfficejFeroandina reported. ,
,..; Beach, Honda, as second class mail natter. I prices: S
[ 1 I This weekly gain figure is computed lespedeza 'v.00-
V% Subscription Bites: Shrvb per.
: \ 14 a year $2.25 6 roontba f U5' ?3 Months : from the lateit official1 es* thousand"Common: .
I :r .outot! I timate which placed Florida's! Icspcdeza s 'duflU8
; $t5Q a year > -cOunty
I I I total population at l 5-1"59tOOO on L'r.'tt1rt' : per pound. \: 'h

July 1 of this year. It compares Partridge pea s<*d;*_* 't.I5) per
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i with 3,308 new residents 4' "' *
I H HRbinoff perweek M poubd.
!II I IS' I 1 1I ,, in the 1960-61() () year and 2- L- i Shrub Lespcdera seedlings
I 824 in 195960.
t 1 1i r ., should be planted in rows three!

-- .. i addition to the net gain from feet apart and tfto feet apart jn
migration from other states, _ drill The rows should be four to

.. .. Transcribes Great Works in Florida's natural increase (thatis f _ _ five hundred ft. long and at l least

the excess of births over five rows to each planting. ...

r ,SMILE..BeHappu/. deaths) stood at 1,260. new Flori.I Common Lespedeza seed should
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'. ,. ** 'i;: : Musk To Violin For Concert Soles .j I dians per week during' the past ILrI ,be planted' on well prepared teed

,,,,: L\; ; ... its 1963'Smile. I fiscal year., This is a drop from I,bed at the rate of 20 pounds per

.. i .l :4A t When Dave Rubinoff appearsin sympathy and has been likened tol 1 the previous year's figure of 1- I,!cre in stripes at least U aerin'alie.
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'e 327. Adding gains from migration I ; .
I 1 Cannons Buried in Tlowers". I IRubir :
at the Municipal "
popular concert i-1 "off knew: George Gersh-' and from natural increase, ... f ,. : I. Cartridge pea seed should 1 be
.,.. I Auditorium on Thursda7, \ the total,weekly gain in the stitets! '{planted The same way but use
'. win and heartf him perform the' Florida State March of,Dimes Child for the 25&-adversary year :
'1j ... .. I i January 24 lie will perform ,as .Rhapsody in Blue for the first' population now stands at 4,096 of 1963 is Kenny Norconk, 7, DeLand, Florida born with meitiple :'only 15 jwunds per aere. ,:l$$&
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j : .,' !! violin 'solos the full stores 6fI II time in 1924. Gin, wrote the.|.persons. birth defects, including hydrocephalus (water oa the.brain). Pictured ,tanners interested in these plant-
f :, .1 I ChopinY ,Polonais :"the Warsaw great jazz classic. {ina few.tveeksj Since 19CO, Florida has 'zrdded i: with his good friend, Mayor LQuis A. SkOraan: of DeUad, }vany '!'Sngj should contact F. J. Davidson
... I ,J L I Concert / ind Rhapsody, in Blue. but In transcribing1,!!, for viplia.Rubinoff I 50,000 new residents, to chalk: upa ': ,symbolizes the thousands of .American Children,*.ho need fceto finder at the Soil Conservation Service -
.' : h of D .to fight t'rip-
i I'I ,The National Fou'ndation-.Yal" aea. program
1 I The American! public has ..grown j spent months in perfecting 10.3 per cent gain, the fastest ,I ling birth'defects, arthritis .ard polio 'through: -the best in scientific Office in Callahan, not later
1 Ito 1oe. these numbers arranged II i the arrangement. to \, is;sathj.!| rate of any large state and way ': research and medical care. {than January 12th. to place their

I for piano,,and orchestra but Rub. : faeti n. : above tie national .increase of 36.! !loider. ..
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... inoff feels .they lend themselves I He ""as'more fortunate Jn preparing -I per cent. i t. -- .

)''1. ,to violin,,equally as well I' the soulstirringVarsaw' : The annual rates of gain in I Patrunjze Our Advertisers

A graduate of the Royal Con- Concerto as the composer,'' i b.-1 Florida's population started out ; .

sei-vatery. in. Warsaw, Poland, IR11 i ard Afldinsell, worked with fej the past decade with 5.1 per cent CAPITOL LETTER

.. 1 t inoft knew,as ,a child the m l'i i on, the tryicribed \;o1in. version.: : in 1951 and peaked at 7.7 per 'A First ,Family Record
'cL I %bS .oI.l ,tial feeling inspired by the immortal Mr. Addinsell felt aftet hearing I I cent during both! 1957 and 1958 ,, Reg I Price $3.98 .
I Polonaise Even with free- 1 Rnbinoff play the Ccneertq :that fiscal years. From that high rate, I BY JERRY MOCK '
''Idem today'eonfronte4 .with tyyanny -; it was a new revelation in jdep'tli\ I it dropped to 4.1 cent during I $2.98
... .. I' : the violin 8d per : Candidatesand is gathering forces for a With\ this ad
4 and treachery as Chopin knewit I of feeling as only e the 1961-62 year. I TALLAHASSEE -
the opus is appropriate as a express it. : '"Ifi, I' The new estimates of Florida'spopulation potential candidates for governor -!! paign and there is talk 'al1\-1 I Chuck's! TV6Q4 Ash St.

'.. current, 'theme of the times. The j' You may purchase ticket$ at'i' place the state officially I appear to, be, multiplying like I II $250,000 kitty ready for .
'. ,'\' The Florida National I when he makes his move. --- .... -- -- --- --
: .I ",9 | Polonaise wa$ written by Chopin I I, Bankj apLewellen's. 4 at ninth spot among the | rabbits, I Ii \
: with a burning spirit of national ;'J :: ;1')1 ',states, just ahead of Massachusetts i i Of course, no one has committed \ You could ,hardly talk about a I' Doiicr & Gay

Be'Happy it's 1963. Enjoy Friendly Flor-, --- .."., and below New Jersey. himself yet, since the election governor's race without ,notice of ifc<

Ida.. j Ststiw I is two years off, but the list of ex-governor Leroy Collins, now a Latex or Flat

This i Is the message that more than five million Flori-i JvstRamblin': 1 1j WeIt'Me I potentials is growing so fast that I radio huckster, who commands a ,
Rotary Club Hears I if things keep someone will large following and who, if he
diaiw hope to convey to those millions of you, very wonderful j up I Wall
: people who are doing us the honQr of. being visitors in (Continued from Page One) i (Continued from Page One) I I II need to issue a catalogue so the i iI decided to run, could upset the Paint

our state. I Iw I work the .first half of the day for Albert Hirth, Commander &e (Continued from Page One) I voters can tell them apart I trend of things.. White or Colors J

: Some 15 million of you from throughout this great : the government and the second local Legion post, is: in charge of I I Most prominently flamed thus I II Most .recent mention has beenof I

country of ours will be with us for varying lengths time I' half for yourself. .I'!: this' portion of the program; an4 !| of ceremonIes and Thos. J. Shave, I, far have been Fred, Dickinson of I Max Brewer, former legislatorand $3.15 Gal.*
: j jI I local .
climate living I has arranged a unique --ceremony. attorney, will introduce ;, Palm Beach, a former legislator State Road Board member
tO'.enjoy pleasant resotssport.s;
S our easy
i If you're in the'restaurant business Legionnaires will be dressed in I guests. and candidate; Sen. Scott II from the Melbourne-Titusville-
: I governor \::
and fun and wish to add ri 1fld.cheerful
we a ndly'smi1 \E Z
i 'area.
run a motel or service station -1 costumes depicting the eras'ur- Wendell Jarrard, chairman-di Kelly' of Lakeland; and Mayor Cocoa: Jils
I greeting because we want all of you to b3 our friends, long. 1 or, 'deal i in any way with Ute'1 ingvhich Fernandina Beach has I rector 'of the Florida Development Haydon Burns Jacksonville.. This is obviously not a complete '
: tirae/.friends: who will be happy to come hack1 again. tourist trade, then I urge you to' been ,under eight flags. Each Commission is expected be the II Rep. Fred Karl of Daytona lists but then that cataloguehas : I & BEECH

; The Florida Council of 100 is 'a gro'up'ot Je ding businessmen send for your 'Florida Greeter:kit. Legionnaire will carry a replica : guest speaker.Mayor Beach. has been. .mentioned as a not been written as yet. !; ;' ,

: industrialists and educators .in our state who rededicated T ey'r .available. from. the Florida -I f f the original flags. E. J, Smith will give' a potential candidate,..and a. recent : Dr. Charles Forman of the I,

% : to the general upgrading of'o r economy,. and ; Development Commission and 10! Following the dedication i .address j resume'of the ;history of the Welcome speech he made in Pensacola indicates : Board of Control said recently \

these men are spearheadirigNa courtesy campaign iquhich I include official Florida Greeter I 'the public will be guests,at Station. '. his hat ,is in his hand i I Palm Beach County would be an ,

5; .millions of their fellow Flcridians .have joined to make your membership cards car stickers, i Open 'House at the .Welcome Station -i I 'Beard also revealed. a.t, in conjunction ready to toss into the ring. Karl I, ideal site for a oceanographic
day just a bit brighter by showing you we really are glad Florida'maps'and vacation guides t I the first waterway facility 1! with the 'dedication: Container talked about a four-year college'I laboratory being considered by the .

: you ure here. ,- 'I and tips. on how to treat Ansitors I of. this kind in the world. Corporation i observjngj f fI ,'Jn Pensacola (as did .Kelly recently I state. Such a lab would be pear "

Florida fabulous. Florida '1'is' fun-filled, but, m to the' state. Over 2 ,OOO have already !i la the station, visitors will find I their 25th anniversary jn..f? n.a. ), and nobody qualifies! as a I I I I the University of Miami marine. INSURE YOUR.MOITGAGE'. .

; all, Florida is friendly, and we believe you will find this out gone out but the supply is a display provided by Container I dma Beach. They will have an in- bonafide candidate until he gives laboratory, Forman points out, .
ample -so :get yours to for yourselves fn the words of Fred-Dickinson, chairman I II i Corporation of America.: Th local teresting'and beautiful display, \ :
I of the Council of 100, "in the city where,you sleep, where j I colorful and attractive and are i division of Contan will be observing the Welcome Station To r the ce'reimony. In Pensacola. i I The proposed rite would have a 1, .
\ aimed at promoting greater Another'latecomer jn the poii.fcat I small) airfield which would accommodate -!<
shined their 25fh annnersary of ,
you eat, shop, get your hair cut. 'our: shoes your i : '
suit..cleaned, ride a bus, flag a ,taxi or ask a local citizen 411 friendliness Yisiter. Just and' card cpurtesy letter toward'fs.I''manufacturing parr; 2.{producfs}t ,The local Legion post is,,an.tj ll\ pundits; mull qyer is Sen' plaries-, ,now being' II
simple .,' "' t a : or here. .< *, charge -01a ll g.i' ising ceremony :John Mathews Jr.:, fef'Doval Ma-,!used in .this work, tnat fly along
question. I I all it takes .to get yours. Ours is ( ,'thews showed, his political agility I l'the ocean"as slowly is 15. miles
Low cost the
i The dedication will receive during the dedication and j policy provides
: Gov Farm Bryant has pcinted out that the stateand ""window. Have :
I' already on our a fn the November r reapportionment an hour.: that help the
its many agencies are concentrating on displaying kindness look and well .also show you, the I widespread press' and television La Post Commander'' Albert' Hirti::,{ Session of the Legislature by 'remaining jnony mortgage can the breadwinner pay
; and :hospitality because tourists like: stickers official coverage with segments of the $ revealed that an impressive I dies Plan to leave
"yesterday's are car greeter |17.- on friendly teims with One of the more appropriate now you
tefl. y's flowers the i is sweet bnt their' yes-I II cards, etc.. ceremony scheduled for viewing ceremony is in 'Store.n \' home debt-free. See us for
: memory maps '! 'I 4 both the bIg' and small county holiday cards was 'sent by Rep.
'on television show said f ) details, obligatighj
the Today The speaker also { was no.
and hew garden be I '
gone, a must planted blocs. i Jerry Thomas and family o t'alm !|
1 That\ is why we say through the smile power of our ordinary I notice that the kids have gone j| from New York. possible that'some of tie better I, With all the fuss by the big I Beach County: ,, II. [ '\
back to'ihe 'o and maybe it'sa Reed Lewellen and Thos. J. I known entertainers ,currently in WOOTEWInstira'ncC
citizens we are more pleased than we .can..express : 70-} I cities over reapportionment, Miami's I. lOB/ the Spiritual Decree vested
1hat good thing.' Who was it that ; Shave, Jr., co-chairmen of the Miami may be Heie" for the dedica Mayor Robert Kmg High in by .the Tribunal l of Santa I
'ou are here. Have fun, stay with us ,as long as you. I ; us ,
'- said it teaches them that pulling dedication steering committee for tion. I I AgencyCALL
I can and do come back soon. j has popped up. [ Clans, we do how gleefully apportion ,
j strings has its and downs but the Chamber of Commerce. Invi. ,Bill ,Hogan, new Rotarian, I
Happy New Year From Friendly Florida. ups i was I Sen. Charlie Johns, a former to you and yours, a fair ELLEN SHANK.
; I have out 'to state, ,
'tations inducted I
never gets you 'anywhere. gone by Ken. Forehand. I
and most"recently and share Success and
: just :
governor a candidate of
: From Florida Council_ of_100 I [county and city officials! and other I for that office reportedly I Happiness for the New Year. II |
dignitaries throughout the state j : ,_ 1 [
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Appeal i to attend the celebration and a I
: [ huge crowd is' expected to be in
t T. Y. REPAIRS (Continued from Page Tjne
For' Safer Driving'InStuteburing I attendance.I I ) I II I Statement of Condition "k' ,

$325or12O4ays. 'I I ,
Washing Machines and All Appliances Deputy Sheriff Colvin :Smith : '
'63 Florida Forest. testified that 3IoQQ ran his and ;, ''' ,, FERNANDINA FEDERAL SAVINGS & :LOAN
ALL MODELS! *. ALL MAKES i 'II 'I another car off U. S. 17 on Sua- ;

TALLAhASSEE The Florida Service Still Has ": day. Smith said he gave chase, : : ASSOCIATION. .1. :; ';

: APPLIANCE SALES & SERVICEYOUR I Highway Patrol 'issued an (after almost turning over, and ., : /
i Moore refused to heed his siren .. L .
urgent appeal today |j Some ''or : h; :
0 G.E. DEALER' : drivin? in 1963 to avoid repeating i SeedlingsTALLAHASSEE blinking lights. .j i .' j DECEMnkn ..c I'

the, record breaking highway January H- ': Only when Smith found an open I II 'AT THE'CLOSE OF BUSINESS, :t 1titlG2...... :

26t. 022 Any Time 30 North 3rd Street : death score that Florida 'motorists though all available sla&n pine stretch and pulled alongside with ;, \ ; '
rolled' up last year.. t solda'ccoflUing a drawn gun 'did Moore pull off !" .5 : ,
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i II the highway. Smith said Moore I Cash Hand and in Banks ,. .._J..L... .4481,87O
"It was 'the worst year in our to the, Florida Forest Servkfc : :. ,on :
I history aid Comdr* H. }L Kirk. I Ii limited! supplies of some._ other wa! highly intoxicated. U. S. Government Bonds ._, ,'_,..? ,: ,._' ?_ ._, _- t; 66,717.19 .

i man, Patrol Commander, "but seedling species for Florida 'm!y Judge Weatherford said similar j .,' First: Mortgage Loans L., ._'__:" .__ ,,r ... ___ ...4428694.54 :

there 'w no -reason,why we can. not,.still be had. I I j sentences way be expected by ) ". Loans on Savings Accounts ,_,_. .,.., :, .,____.__ 29,202.85 .

ONLYATRID1sS produce .bfer'rear': than last by j Florida Forest Service: .nu sery- : other violators. i Federal Home Loan Bank Stock___, 't Jr_ ; r'f 54200.00 :

,. !following safe and sound driving I men said the total selUdif I i j Real Estate Owned ....._... ,_-rr_:..- '__. -- I 2, 12.94 1
rules and practices when behind )I some 65,000,000 slash pine j seeot- CommiffeeJrgesHunters ( I Furniture and Fixtures :
I the wheel." |I II I lings during the current seaso'h Exercise ) Less Depreciation ,,_- ... _. _,. _____'_--.-.... 5,178JO'I'" sf
By the first week in December': 'I was the first since 1956-57. Yo- I '
had been esters believe Ihfc current .e ;:r. Fire Precautions f Charges: :
more FJorida tra{- I j' Prepaid Ins. Prem. .r '
fie: deaths in 1<52 than for the !!demand f6r planting stock: b; trO I ".. .
whole year of 1$61 when the fig.j I farmers and landowners ma: ..Silit- 1... 'BY B. C. LEWIS (Fed. Sav. &.'Loan Ins,,Corp.-- ) ._. ,,_ ,. .-.__...- 16,174/16. ..
: ure finally rose to 1,203. gcst a renewed interest in corraercial : S : -.
I t The Nassau County Fire Prevention -j .i"" ,, i5 OtH 84' '"s I I
reforestation. I I. #
The mileage death rate at the 1 Committee warns alII f '
the 'of ,
Though total nunil r LIABILITIES ;
end of the. first six months of the sportsmen ;and hunters of the : "
year was.also a,little over a comparable ,lash state nurseries pine seedlings was slihtly-at theOUT, riilit1: I present .fire hazard conditions in ;, 'I Savings Accounts __._ .. ',f""n.:1'1;":'.r' t'' ... 4599632.57 ----'I
period for the year before j I Nassau County. I ,
Advance Payments by Borrowers for } '
ler than
during the previous i .
this of j
.. figures for part I son, peak demand came t fro-1.1 I Due to the lack of rainfall in Insurance and Tares' -, 1[LtF' '< ..,.- -,- -..... "- 9Q3g. .

\ : available the highway immediately death story for were 19C2 not t months earlier than in 1001 : the past several months, fire danI ; Other Liabilities _' .. .. ,, .r .., -, _.... 293:00:
\ but take $1,112 of them i when the Florida Forest Service I I per has increased. Fire 11 oar : Specific Reserves ..._ .. 240,41 I
but there was fear that this total "'1 lf tyn. I AI' -- .' ,
I I[greatest enemy and residents art .' t
and you've covered a mile- would outdistant the year before.f filled orders through February.Still General Reserves J .

I f Comdr. kirkman.. poined out on hand are 386,000 'long* I'I lirged to be very careful. i i Contingent Reserve io,U.J,_ '. .,' ,, ........... '. ]19.5,483113 :

that there are an increasing number leaf pine seedlings; 203,000 lob- ; Fire destroys needed timber, iI Federal Insurance -&,.. ,1 ..... 269fl53.O1 t i\

of super. hways and four 'i lolly; 167,000 Arizona cypress; I i wildfire, game food and helter i I Undinded: Profits. .. .. t.. i' 89,239.38 :
: lane highways going into service 490,000 red cedar;. 39,000 catalpa; as well as our children's future j j '
and 439,000 "South Florida tlashT needs when forest fire ,
so a .
all over the state which: means i ; ; ; *i $5, 44rj.78 ;
A DOLLAR ; All seedlings arc sold at cost, strikes, we all lose. j '- -:
fONLY easier and safer driving. I I
Vehicles safer than :: from $4.00 to $8.00 per thousand ::: Our appreciation to all sport-J; :,', ., IL V, Burgess, President I
are today depending on variety, f.o.b. nur.. throoghoit the 1961 hunt 31I Attest: ; '.
men .
i but ? .
many dollars, deposited at any time in the history 'of the AU seedlings for shipment :
sery. I season, for being careful vfejle: Johh T. Ferreira, Secretary : *
: automobile, said the officer. ,
: I regularly at thislrcnlc, can help I are one-year-old stock. I I i hunting in our forests. We hive .

I you build security, end have I thing"So we it would need most seem is that safer the drivers. one. I ended During, indications the holiday are season that just demand -i i had BO fires resulting from'hunt.I ...:,;Jn ,URRE i DIVIDEND RATE 4
the other i era, so pleare continue to be careful I
good things you want. A combination of improved ; for Florida-grown Christmas !: this season. E BER" '
j roads and improved rthldes tould i trees increased: markedly : ;r9i'1 3.m '
j .I You cant be too careful when I "tJ M :' Fe4et'Meftse Lea RR& &J'clvft|
hardly produce an increase iai i over previous Demand for
I have much to I II. lose. : Federal Savings and Loan Insurance
we so iram': Corporation
I, death dealing. accidents, unless, led cedar and Arizona cypress 1.f ..
we have an increase in driver er.I seedlings i h also stronger, as reflected ni -.Lkil '. FforMa)Sfivkigs and Lean League
lLORIDA National Bank I I ron," he concluded. in orders by Florida I I.| The University ,of Florida mel United Slates Savings. aM Lean League

-,... '_I...._..-.._ I heu' Christmas tree growers.A I one of the Nation's largest 'agricultural ':5't f t5A.1S1 I1t' : iwFifiHHHl S
I : .tFel1NlntlilHl' "Heard a fellow say irradiaton to pnxnce i
.r putting all of his money in taxes rattlesnake or moccasin does 1 new_ crops varieties with higher.! : '; a Styiwjs i LOIN Assoc'wtwn

because it's the only thing sure not have to foil before striking, I yields per acre and disease resistance. I
......O{o.a CKXMb* MOUMCt tOMOMTVM to Ross Allen is : 2 Atlantic Avenue Phone 2C1SS02J
to go up.- A. J. Steibing, Hoili according herpeto.logist I An example a new oat l 1 ,, .

,- ., .-.' ."' : ,. aysbur (Pa.) Register. : of Florida's. Silver. Springs.. variety: released last year. !S__ }..,'Oi,. .2.' #- I ,, - S .
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:L ;:1. .. .. r '.Ne Leader, Fernandina! Beach, Florida.--:Thursday,' January! 3,. 1963 j.I' ., Page Three
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Miss Gail Wood Mr. and Mrs. James M' Tripleft Honored -3' Jr.High'Elementary i

Becomes Pride of At Open House I In Cleveland! Tennessee PERSONAL! s'.: The1"'P LUNCHROOM: R MENUS

"JANUARY 7.11 .
Roy Edmund Lentjes ,Mr. ana_ Mrs. James Marquis .
} and Mrs. James Bounds of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald ,
Triplett, whose wedding was sole. fr. Hays: steak,
Monday: Salisbury
, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Newton Camellia. Club Has Miami and Bounds and of the fam
, mnized November 24 at the First Mr. Mrs. Joe owners operators Garden Basket steamed rice w/brown gravy
,Wood announce the marriage of Christmas Meeting Presbyterian.. }ureh, were hon and son, Chuck, of Gainesville, ous "Hays House" in Gatlinberg, t stewed tomatoes green beans,
their daughter, Miss Gail Lorene I Mr. and Mrs. Bounds and Tennessee of W. D. .
Roy were
ored ,Decen4>efV.t.t a reception rolls and butter, >H and
'r J orange
Wood, to Roy Edmund Lentjes, With Miss Lasserre at. the home"iof ibis. )parents, Dr. son, Jimmy, of Jacksonville, and Hays during the holidays. I BY JANE SCOFIELD I I H pt milk.,
of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Lent.
son Mr. and Mrs. J. G. England of
jes ojf Clarksdale, Mississippi. The Camellia Garden Club met and Mrs. .Jlarqulaj Triplett, in Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haddockand i I Tuesday: Bar-b-cue pork on
united in Monday, Dec. 17th, at the homeof Cleveland, Teai&seOpen : Marion, North Carolina, spent the children, Rita, Jeanne, and A happy gardening year to you! has been well raked. The soil in buttered bun, dry black-eyed peas,
The couple was December 21 marriage in Miss Louise Lasserre,: with Hoiw'fww\held\ at theirhone. Christmas holidays with Mr. and Cathy, of Calhoun Tennessee, We have found a few quotationsabout the hole must be completely discarded I cabbage and carrot salad, cherry
Friday, Mrs. E. R. Bounds.
: D. C. and bless. Mrs. W. H. Melton and Mrs. L. E. on Centenary'; (Avenue be.tween spent the holidays with Mrs. Had gardening: to pass on, to you&_ and a suitable soil pro cobbler, and H pt. milk.

ed Washington in St. Peters, Episcopal was Church Sellers as co-hostesses, to the the httjrjffjpf-Jtwo and five Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Burgess returned dock's parents, Mr. and Mrs. tho- i random thoughts as you restore; vided. Preferably, planting holes I Wednesday: Pizza pie, toss,>d

Christmas morning by Father II twenty-two members pits.cn*, o'clock. and ifii yjf rwt'nme o'clock. home Saturday from a two mas Crosby, and Mr. Haddock's order and beauty in 'your garden should be' prepared well hi: ad.. )1 salad, frozen green limas, French

on Neil I. Gray. The home carried out the ,A large number of friends called weeks visit in New Orleans with mother, Mrs. Dean Haddock of after damage from, both the prey vance of the purchase of the bread and butter, % apply| and ',-=

Christmas theme with poinsettiasand during the appointed hours to their son-in-law and daughter, Hilliard.Mr. Christmas cold and the pressuresof plant Dig them ,deep, a foot or I pt. milk. '

The couple will' make their holly used in the hall and living meet the young couple, who were Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Skipper, and the holiday' season. more and wide enough to spread 1 r ''Thursday: Oven frif3 chicken -
home in Washington, D. C. where room. A Christmas arrange visiting in! Cleveland until December family. Mr., and Mrs. Burgess and Mrs. Sonny Crisp of "Gardening constant suc the roots of a bare root plant or I f mashed potatoes, English

each' is presently: employed with ment with a large candle sur 27. Mrs. Triplett is the former greeted their new twin grand. Rock Hill, S. C., and Mr; and Mrs. cession of new beginnings. twice the diameter of the balled I peas, sliced tomatoes, rolls and
I rounded Miss Elizabeth Ann Roberts of Edwin Crisp of Pensacola spent "Gardening can be such fun, cr canned plant. Fill the' hole '
I the Federal Bureau of Inve tiga.I by hand made children, a son and daughter, born : butter, peanut butter cookies, and
tion. was centered on the ornaments'l this city.Senior. December 3 to Mr. and Mrs. the holidays in Yulee, with their just like, a game thats never with as good a mixture of humus 1! K pt. milk. '
table. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Crisp.Lt. done." and top soil.as you can obtain,
I Skipper. "He who hath he has using compost, peat, and' well I Friday: Fish sticks tartar
Hospital Auxiliary Mrs. F. C. Hawks" Jr., presi.1 Citizens' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hamm returned and Mrs. Bentley Rivers oi joy 'i"Look a garden, rotted manure with a handful ofa i I, sauce), cheese and macaroAi, tur-
dent, presided at the Mayport, were guests of Mrs. nip greens, carrot sticks, corn
Complete'Plans home last Sunday after amonth's good commercial fertilizer.
to the tree and the flower
Postpones Meeting J. J. G. ,at her beach home
welcomed Mrs. Hugh Stone, Jr. Cooper bread and butter fruit salad,
visit with their son, J. F. for beauty and serenity of Water welt Never let the roots ofa
;s a new member, Mrs. J. W, For. Rummage SaleThe last week. or be- spiced cake, and % pt milk.
The regular monthly meeting Hamm, and family, in Aransas derly living." bare rooted plant dry out
Humphreys Memoriai Hospital Hiers gave the 'secretary's report Senior Citizens Club met Pass, Texas. While there they enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. Carl Quattlebaumand "He who makes a garden works fore planting, letting it stand in
Auxiliary i has been postphoned and given the by Mrs.treasurer's R. J. Breslin.report was in regular session Thursday even. a sightseeing trip to Mex children, Bonnie and Bubb, I hand in hand with God." :water for a few hours but not for TilE PEACEMAKER

from January until February.AU Judges for the Callahan Christmas ing, December 27, at the Recrea ico. left last Thursday for Denmark, I There have been many defini. days of neglect. One can tell by Amidst the crowds of citizens,
tion Center. Plans for the forthcoming S. C. to visit her mother, Mrs.. M. the discoloration line on the trunk
ladies who have volunteered lighting contest, which was Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Drury tions of a "green thumb" and I Who search to find their place>,
just how the shrub tree
>service are still urged to fill held December 27th, was judged rummage, sale were completed both students at Florida Southern? K. Kearse, and other relatives. some actually believe that it is an has been growing.deep Plant the or shrubor 'j tn mass confusion, ag,Tes%- tate

in.,their) hours at the hospital. .by members of the Camellia Garden at this' time. College, returned to Lakeland this Cot and Mrs. E. V. Garcia and exclusive- attribute of those who tree that this line is A challenge each one faces,
An is made to the SQ even
appeal public
Club. They were, Mrs. F. C. for contributions of ,unneeded week after spending a few days daughters, Beth and Daron, left seem to have some mystical success with the top' of the hole. Remove I Behold! A great Peacemakef;iks
Hawks, Jr., Mrs. H. D.. Cook, Mrs. with his Mr. and Mrs.' with plants. We think a 1 And seeks to slow their paces.
clothing or other articles suitablefor parents Saturday for Denmark, S. C. to enough of, the soil, from the hole .
R. J. Breslin and Mrs. J. W, Jack Drury. visit relatives. They will also green thumb is a matter of dis effect this and it is
sale. The sale will be held to to" good practice His plea is for serenity,
Hiers. raise funds for the purchase of a Mr. and Mrs. Carol Bradley, visit their son-in-law and daughter '. learn cipline about, a willingness plants and their only care to to form the soil in a moundin And calm in every heart :
Door prizes were won by Mrs. piano to,be placed in the Recrea of Som- Mr. and Mrs; Charles Kelley, the,'center of the hole on whichto lIe strives to create harmony,
Jr., and Gerald Bradley, but to practice thoroughness in
J. J. Shave, Jr. and Mrs. J. W,
in Liberty, S. C. place the plant so that there And each in his
v tion Center lounge. with cast part;
Hiers. Each member erset, Ky. spent New Years our care for them at the right
I was given'a Articles be' left 'with Mr. will ,be no tendency to settle Therefore to find in life's
: may great
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bradley.
'Y. hand made orrsment from the Mr. and Mrs. Tom Goolsby and time. Correct timing is such an
DeSajidro ,at the Recreation .Center Spread roots out naturally and play, '
W. D. Hays New Years in important requirement for success
I table centerp.ce. ,, or, ,a call to ,261- 227 ,will ,Johnnie ,Mprris .student, at the Miami where spent they attended the with plants but so hard to shovel the soil in around' them, Success, right from the start
I The prog am, "Wreath Mak- bring Someone to ,pick same up., University of Florida, visited during :., stopping to' wash the soil around
0I ing"* was enjoyed by all members the holidays with his parents, .Orange Bowl game practice.It the fine roots with a slow streamof Butthis) peacemaker of the world

making tie holiday wreaths which Mr. and' Mrs. F, C. Morris, and was recently suggested to us water from, the hose. This is Can ne'er see vktory wenT
-II were placed on public buildingsin Gaines Couple family. ANNUAL MEETINGST. by a reader of this column thatit iI insurance against i t. air pockets Nor dedicate his dreams u all

the city.Deliciou; Honored On 5th PETER'S CHURCHThe would be helpful if we repeated which would leave *the And for his own save none,
.,.- \ refreshments were Mrs. Sadie Sheffield left SatUrday -' 104th annual meeting of information over and over againin forming ,For 'till he finds peace with hinr
,. served by ,the hostesses during Wedding Anniversary ,for an extended visit in Jack. St. Peter's Episcopal Church will accordance with the gardeningyear roots without food or moisture. self,

the socialCouple Qur. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Gaines, Jr. sonville with Mrs. Walter' ,Weaver, be Wednesday, January 9th, at so I bring up the subjectof I When the,hole is about half filled, It simply can't be done.

I .a.e. of Jacksonville were honored December Sr. and family. ,7. :30 o'clock in Whitney HalL shrub and tree planting and pack the soil firmly, water, and Jan Reynolds

.. :Honored 25, at a surprise party honoring Mr.. and Mrs. Russell Neal of that} fifty dollar, hole. I when the water has soaked in fin.

At them on,their fifth wedding Jacksonville visited during the Completes Marine There should be no .delay now ish filling the hole. Make a basin
: e Surprise rut IY I in putting in bare rooted or balled Hear
anniversary. The affair was held holidays with Mr..and Mrs. Shiell i of earth.around the margin of the
On 25th Anniversary the home of' his Mr Training and burlapped trees and shrubs.
r at parents, Sheffield and family.,
I (( : ((((9 and Mrs. F. F. Gaines, 'Sr. Make sure that your selections hole to facilitate future watering.In The Pastor's Study
1. r r i Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mullin were Gay, holiday decorations were Mr and Mrs.,Jimmy Ragana of are not only suitable for the planof the case of a tree, it is a help

I. surprised with a silver wedding used throughout the rooms. 'A Tampa spent the Christmas holidays r'i 1t t your lot or property but are to wrap the trunk with some protecting Rev. Ran Humphreys

anniversary party December 6, at beautiful three-tier anniversarycake with her parents, Mr. and suited, to the growing conditionsyou material such as burlap'or

a: THE UNVARNISHED- the home of Mr. and. Mrs. lAo centered the serving table.A Mrs. Kent Crisp, and sister, Mrs.Mary j can give them. The best planis even Spanish moss until three ? 8:30 A.M.

Freeman. shower of gifts was received Ellen Earnhardt. :Mrs. Rag I i 1It I to browse through a reliable Monday Thru FridayWPAP
,- TRUTH ABOUT Hostesses for the affair were by"the couple from, the more than ans is a student at the University : : nursery and not ,be afraid of ask. starts growth.

their daughters, Mrs. Ken Black: tweet -one relatives and friends 'of South Florida. :ng questions about plants that ,
welder and Mrs. Royce Lawhorne. attended. ,: ,. appeal to you. The nurseryman The average depth of the Silver "
who .
A handsome lace cloth covered Miss Margaret Durshimer' ofBrooksville will be able to tell you the ulti River at Florida's ''Silver Springs!

r arwids J'alsP I the table, centered with a large and Miss Eleanore I I : j jI mate size of the specimen, the a- is from 12 to 40 feet, the deepest I 1570 K.C.
: Christmas arrangement flanked F.. W. Galphins Durshimer of Alexandria, Vir :nount of shade or sun required, !'Spring.. being eighty-one feet.
-... with silver candelabra holding Adopt Baby Girl ginia, spent the Christmas holi ,I the type of soil, whether it will I II I i -=-nn.-- __ __ __ __ -- -- ----
A Woods i Just love (and need) Valspar lighted tapers. A beautiful anniversary days with their brothel and fam .. j I stand beach conditions, and its I II

I : "Vfr rrish. From map I t mahogany, cake was served'with cof Mr. and Mrs., F, W, "Tuck" ily, 'Mr: and Mrs. Frank Dur I I ease culture.{ It is his business !
:Dapple to ash,Yakpar adds beauty ,
fee. Silver appointments were Galphin of Norman Park, Ga. are shimer t'to have satisfied customers who i Tom Davis
-.I I fir depth with truly lasting protection.
I t i ; 'I 5 Famed for more{lfi han 150 years, used. receiving congratulations on the Miss Patty Clark left, Tuesdayfor will return for other items. Nun-' rJ
.Valspar-the finest f clear finish-is Guests included Mr. and Mrs. adoption of ,a baby daughter, Valdosta State College after : sery plants have been raised under -

h ,)Jiflicnditionally! \ guaranteed not to W. A. Lawhorne, Mr and Mrs. Angle. Etta, born December 12, 'spending the holidays with her a rigid regime of care sucb Photographer FLORIDA

I a 'turn white (honest!). Orbin Crim, Mr. and Mrs, R. A. 1962. Mrs".Galphin is the former rand' Mrs. T. J. Clark, ..s transplanting cultivating, root PROFESSIONALPHOOGRAPHERS
t '-"i\c.-J;. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Steven Miss Shirley: Ann Jones,. daughter parents\ pruning, spraying and fertiliz I
In 3 marvelous son, Ken Blackwelder, Royce Law. of Mr.. and Mrs. A.. L. JoneSof and ,brother, Tommy. I ing, and should be off to a good PHONE 261-5486 wm

I finishes-dear horne, and Master Jimmy Mullin. : Callahan. Paternal l grandparents Mike Student at North start on your property with proper
,., glass. soft gloss,,. Mr. and Mrs. Mullin received ',are Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Gal Carolina State College,, visited PARRIS ISLAND, S. C. ((FH- planting. Nothing is more
: low lustre. many nice gifts in remembrance plain of this 'c tj. with friends here during the TNC Class) -Carper Marine D. Hayes Private, son First of wasteful in time, effort, or'' ext L; d+ OAt ,402 S. 17 Street,

: Porter & Love i ox the occasion. Christmas and New Year holiday Mr. of Billiard pense than to fall for bargain)
1 4ustI and Mrs. Mack Hayes Ferrtondino Beach Florida
The University of Florida !began !. plants. It is better to buy a younger + ,
More than fifty varieties of sub. its activities in educational completed recruit training first class plant and wait the, ,
I COLOR CENTER life be in television in 1058 November> 19, at the Marine Corps for it I .
tropic plant can seen 1954. By WUFT. Mr. and Mrs. Charles 0. Smith extra year or two to. grow '- '
PHONE 261-306S the beautifully landscaped itK TV of Channel Five had signedon and children, Phillip, Phyllis, Recruit Depot, Parris Island, than to buy an inferior l larger '
South 8th St. At 5 Points acie park at Florida's Silver the air to serve the area communities Mark and Donna, returned to South plant that may only give you
The indoctrination to
Springs. as' well their home in Marietta,. Georgialast trouble and finally have to be dis
I ._
instruction in
Corps life includes .
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Friday after spending the carded. Trees and shrubs trans ." '
.. A, replica of the Astronaut's Christmas holidays with Mrs. basic military law, discipline, phy planted from the woods, if available _: ,.,

VACUUM CLEANER REPAIRS Space Capsule is featured in the Smith's parents, Mr and Mrs.: sical conditioning 'and other military are not satisfactory for the t. ,
special space exhibit at Caval- Thomas Crosby. subjects. inexperienced gardener, as their ": : <; J 1
cadia ,at Florida's Silver Springs.elr Three weeks are spent on the roots are far reaching and it takesa :. %-1:_, -,:TREMENDOUS: ; SELECTION
: ALL MAKES HOSES BAGS Mrs. Adam Johnson spent the rifle range, where' recruits fire special procedure to get them ., ,',,,'l::,," "or- '. '
holidays here with her sister, the M-U rifle and receive instruction ;"." '- ." -' RECORDS, NOW
with adequate root systems to ,
I : Pickup and_ -Delivery Service Mrs. D. R. Lyons, and in Jesup, on other infantry wea grow off fast Of course, you can < -t'-..'-i'" ATCHUCK'S :. ',

Georgia with another sister, Mrs.L. pons. 1 grow your own trees and shrubs j ( ':
Used Cleaners and Polishers For Sale
: L Rice. While in Jesup, Mrs. from seeds, cuttings, and layer- TV !

\ Johnson suffered a fall. Friends CARD OF THANKSWe ings, and with the added sense of .. ;"' :

: KIRBY COMPANY may write her at Route 2, And are sincerely grateful to achievement, but it is much A}. 604fcASH( STREET ,.,;

: 2802 Atlantic Avc. Answering Service :;; 1 0- IOPIC$ erson Subdivision, Jesup.Mr. friends and neighbors for their slower. \I'Y :

: I and Mrs. Billy Pickel of many kind acts of sympathy du- Don't stint on the hole for your '.', It '
Phone 261-3412\ After ,HoursPAINT Morristown, Tenn., where he is. ing our sad bereavement. Our appreciation new plant. If the plant is acid -

A Serf ice of Your Doctor d Mediant. personnel manager of the Magn-I cannot be ..dequatelyexpressed loving and you wish to plant it ; .; :
-- -- -- --- Your Local Uedical, Society tad the ,., ,
home, remember that .
near a new
of ,W. .
Florida Medial Association. avox Corp., were guests r
D. Hays over the New Year week.; ". (Signed) Mrs. W. L. Kight I it will not tolerate residue plasterand -!-
t j EXPECTING A BABY? end. While here they enjoyed the and family. cement, not even if the ground

$ Is someone in your household Florida-Perm State game in the
expecting another addition to Gator BowL -
the family anytime soon? If so.
yours is one of tome 120,000 Mr. and Mrs E. H. Junck had' .
: such households each year in their through the \.jt J.. .
Florida. as guests 1963" SPECIAL I
Christmas holidays, Mr. and ?Mrs.
: WALL Birth is a completely normal '. '
$ 95 Gal. ECKiFORb3.9 Gal. process and in the big majority Forrest Junck and sons, Eric aril: ::'t17, L :
: LATEX A. of cases causes no special prob Forrest, Jr. of Jacksonville, Mr. J .. .'" .!. ;Lt J'r
lems. Such problems as do arise Ponte "".:,,', 4... ,
and Mrs. Reid Saunders of : .f/Jt
; WHITE & NEW SPUING CONCRETE AND quite often could have been ,
I COLORS WOOD PATIOSNEW foreseen and offset if the Vedra, Mrs. Ting Hendrix and ', tIN
mother-to-be had consulted a Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Robison ,of > 'r f> k/r -
: '" "
physician during early pregnancy Fernandina Beach, Mr. and Mrs. :

/ : SHIELL'S SWAP SHOP As soon and followed as pregnancy his advice., is determined Charles Tuten and children, Charles FREE "ROSE ROMANCE"1: :

; Phone 261-4572 ,. the doctor mill givean Jr., Larry, Richard, Jamie
expectant mother a careful and Donna, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
I, .- --- -- -- -- physical examination.. lie will Rahn and children, Tracy, Maurice ;<: : 1f"

.I answer her and questions birth. Measures on pregnancy Bonnie, and Judy Warren, CHATHAM BLANKET : ,

Mr. and Mrs. Kicklighter and .
which be ..
may necessary to ... i
prevent possible later difficultywill daughter, Brenda, all of Savannah. ? '
Han TheatrePhone be discussed. Monday they had as their fc f. :
with the of \.l.
She will receive instructions guests, three nephews, David, purchase < .
on diet, exercise rest bathing Michael, and Donnie Robison, of :=
261-4849 D. "'. ,Roberts Mgr.\ and clothing. Any unfounded -
Norfolk, Virginia, the sons of Lt.
fears she may have can ,be discussed
I _- __ explained and dispelled. and Mrs. Caughey Robison who SUBURBAN DYNAIRE CLOTHES DRYER

During the first six months are moving to Brunswick, Geor ,' .
; b of pregnancy, the doctor may gia to make their home. -
:. Friday Saturday wish to see the mother-to-be AND LOW '
: "
I once a month. He will check I Mr. and Mrs. of '
Roy Lentjes I995 ;
: ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S"Rear general condition blood Only Down .
sure, pulse and weight and Washington, D. C. visited duringthe : ;
hare 1: necessary laboratory tests Christmas holidays with her '
Window"IN performed.. These checks will parents, Mr. and Mrs Ralph '
give the doctor a chance to pick Wood, and brother, Chip. Mrs. ,
TECHNICOLOR up early anything that might .
be wrong. Lentjes is the former Miss. Gail AND VENTING. -

: GRACE KELLY JIMMY STEWART, Later ding pregnancy the WoOd.
doctor may ask the expectant .
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Emery Jr.
o mother to come more often. 'Ie ,
will listen to the baby's heart and children, Beth and Eleanor, WASHDAY WEATHER WORRIES WITH A GAS CLOTHES DRYER.
beat and follow its growth of Winter Park, visited duringthe > : ::
Sunday b Monday
progress., holidays with Mr. and Mrs.
Proper prenatal care under Shiell Sheffield and daughter
the supervision of a doctor is ,
.. "Roman Holiday" J highly importaAi to both the. Lynn, and Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne

raother and tj;: \>w baby par. Crisp, Suburban Propane Gas Service
WITH bcularly to the baby. The
I guidance, and idvSce of a physician Terry, Babb, student at Florida ,
AUDREY HEPBURN GREGORY PECK will help to prevent any State University, spent.the Christmas --

.'. pens.Itassiblc.trouble'hUore.it' : -hap. holidays with his, parent,,I. 7 South 7th Street '. < Phone 261-3C61 l .

i b*. and Mrs. Robert B bb. __
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Fage Four ----- News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, January S, 1969 1


.. ,( ,J. Cakes';: t ntlJesCommem.oratrons.6- [lady Golf l Pros. ". Again, : : I I

1Spo r s Slants Light March of Dimes 25th, Year ;Jo StlM) Ink,' Of The On a. .t\e-!\ : ::

j Throughout the n' Uoi < St !lixhibitNN HereTwo In Yet the

I this nonth csndlcs will b
:: ., I That
lit eta' birthday cakes to ;; ir'b of the top lady golf professionals We I

holiday season is over aaceveryone The Gator Bowl game went S.VJ} xilfzi: the 25th annivers are scheduled to givea Though
is about to get back to along to the delight cf many Fer-
.ry of the March of Dimes. ..a8ie clinic and exhibition at the Caused
the normal routine of everyday Gator fans, as they failed to let nandina Beach:,Golf Course on I II
living. The Fernandina Beach the Penn State ranking get them The cakes will range from I Scars ;
real ones of conventional size 4 Saturday January 12. Mute

High Pirates. will get back into down before they met on the foot. to monster multi-tiered models .s, The two pros,. Betsy Rawls and I tion,

basketball action Friday night ball field. Florida could have held 'as much as 12 feet in height Judy Kimball, will represent the I To those

Qe Lthey travel to Starke to play its own with any team in .the nation and 10 feet in diameter-the Wilson Goods Co. The
dimensions of the Sporting Upon ::;
the that day. We approximate ynC I i
the Tornadoes. From on particular
grape. one to be erected in New York y clinic will begin:)at 1:00 p.m. and Where
vine, 'we hear the Pirates will be guess: the discontent of many, City's famed Times Square the exhibition will follow at 2:00. Our I

in for a tough night as Starke having the Gators selected to play Guests at anniversary events n !
Head Ed Mattson today
has indicated they plan to blast against Penn State, simmered around the country, where C Cr4 pro \ May we

all' Keystone Conference athletic down quickly after last Saturday.Mrs. cakes will be of more modest 4 Wy that competition will be ,afforded Upon
proportions, will be invited to 'I I for the ladies in the nine-
foes in the future. And
decorate them with 'coins for : hole exhibition.
the March of Dimes. ?, r 'ri I But,
&r &r > Skipper informs us that
Both Rawls and Kimball have
Danny Griffin and Billy McRae the trout didn't take a holiday at Many "parties" commemo "yqs I been here before and are popular Of our
,have other former Fem Skipper's: Fishing Camp at Naj- rating a quarter of a century of And a j
joined n- disease fighting will be held at }i with local golfing fans., A large In our
dma. athletes in the college; cir- sauville. Clyde Haddock has been special treatment centers for :4- crowd is expected to attend the Aspire I
.Griffin has enrolled at the enjoying good catches day.U. birth defects arthritis .: r Y I'' ,
cca. every and polio ; r' E = >y II clinic and follow the.nine.hole exhibition -
j -University of Florida and hopes E. Bennett caught C trout which March of,Dunes contri- s I:I !

:to begin a successful career with while his brother Harold, broughtin butions are financing today in air ;t,1t II In our I
more than 40 cities across the Rawls, from Spartanburg; S. C., A more '
8 trout. Mrs. Hilda Davis and \
the Gators on the baseball diam- axe re I
,U.s. Other gatherings will be has been a touring pro since 1951
ond. McRae has enrolled at South Mrs. Bill Farnell caught eight held in county chapter officesof l lI
and is consistently near the top And a
:Georgia in Douglas, and he also nice trout and Luther ,Smith of The National Foundation. I
hopes to be successful on the Yulee has been bringing in good March of Dunes, in the homesof in money winnings. She was tops i

:baseball diamond. Both of these catches each day. Mrs. Skipper volunteers and elsewhere.In in winners in 1952 and 1959. the
Little should improve by many instances, guests at She has won ,the National Open Thus l
boys helped get League says fishing these campaign "kickoffs" will
four times and the LPGA championship -
the weekend and trout
'baseball started in Fernandina are com- include governors or their
Beach and went on through Bale ing in close which makes bank wives, mayors and outstanding I once. She has the highest And our I

Itath; American Legion and the fishing good. authorities in health fields. I record of winnings in a single
Other guests will be Americansof o8, xw sees. .I season with J2G.774 in 1959.
high iphool baseball
programs. ft *
all who received Marchof
Ixal..fans will be interested in ages Extremely popular with her fellow
The Fernandina Beach Pirates Dimes aid during and after -
the progress of. both Another will entertain the Yulee Hornetsin polio epidemics and outbreaks. Y A pros and galleries every- "'E
boy going in for baseball is Jimmy Also present will be childrenand --I where, she is president of the
Gordon, who is working outwit what should be a good basket- adolescents with birth defects Jimmy Boggess, 5, of Coy( Ark., the 1963 National March of Dimes Ladies Professional Golf Associa-
Seminoles ball game next Tuesday night at or arthritis who have been Child, blows out candles on birthday cake symbolizing first 25 yearn' tion and contributes golfing art
Florida State
_?Jhe the local gym. treated at these March of of aid to the crippled by the health organization.
Gordon came up through the Dimes centers.To i ides to all leading magazines.
ft *
ranks along with Griffin and Mc. raise the millions required Child-who this year is Jimmy which is "Give for the Life of a Since 1951 she has won 43

.R:1: One of the most interesting Charles Corbett is leading the every year for patient aid and Boggess, 5, Coy Ark.-with Child," will be stressed in all: LPGA tourneys for a total of

onlookers will be Pete Schuiling Pirates in scoring for the first research in birth defects ar President Kennedy at the these special events, and the $128,469 in cash prizes.

jpres/JInt of the 1 local 1 Little Lea- few games of the season, while thritis and polio, each March of White House and with various story told of the,first 25 years'of !
Dimes campaign is carefully Senators and Congressmen and the organization. Highlights, Judy Kimball a relative new Our
Ronnie and John
Crisp are
'gust l IFe is really! proud of the planned many months ahead. other dignitaries .as well as of that story are: : comer besides! the veteran Rawls

oy3"Tiho make good by getting making their share of the points. There are millions of contribu- with personalities t>f the stage, Patients aided, 338,000;' expended but she has lost no time, in esta .-

started with his program Steve Thomas is probably the tion envelopes and coin collectors screen and television. for the medical care l listing herself as a top contender.
best rebounder for the Pirates, as to be distributed around Special events for the Marchof program $385,500,000; for scientific :
: ". well as getting his share of the the nation: hundreds of thou- Dimes are staged in all the research,. $73,600,000; Born in Sioux City, Iowa, where

ThWe were plenty of athletic points. Donnie Bratell rounds out sands of posters to be erectedin big cities many lesser ones and and for professional education?J her father is'a sporting goods

events available for the fans in the five for the Pirates every hamlet, town and city; in some small towns. These include $38,000,000. dealer, she began her professionalcareer
starting two million volunteers to be March of Dimes bowling Basil O'Connor president of I
this area with the Gator Bowl in November of 1960.
who have won three and lost four organized for the Mothers' tournaments; with "roll-oils" to The National Foundation-

Basketball Tournament getting for the season. March (the climax to the cam- select a national man or woman March of Dimes, referred in a Her big win to date was the

the fans in the mood for the Gator paign at the end of January), champion, fashion shows, auctions recent speech to the 25th anniversary I American Women's Open in 1961..''

Bowl football game. VPI, Georgia and March of Dimes films to I teleramas, Coffee Days, of the,health agency.!, In the fourth round of that tour .
Tech, Florida and Rice were PIRATE SCORING exhibit to explain the work of Tag _Days and street sales, "Most certainly we take pride I j she set record for the
4 tJt-f for the
and a long list of But down LPGA with only 21 putts
tion.Arrangements sports rejoice. deep we! '
Basketball Tournament with Tech Ronnie Sapp.
must be com activities.The really think of that quarter of 18 holes.
coming out on top to win the title. John Crisp \ 38 pleted for the visit in Januaryof theme of this 25th Anniversary a century as only the spring-] Judy'had local fans oohing and !

:The engineers had a couple of Steve Thomas 48 the National March of Dimes March of Dimes, board for our future." aahing on her visit here with

close games as VPI played them Donnie Brazell 31' Betsy in March of 1961 as she
the first night and lost in an over Joe Thrift 16 -"'"'- hit the booming wood shots that

JCators time battle.put up Then a real battle the Florida before Steve Richard Beckett'Sapp I 14 G Damage Suit A Moving? Notify are Pros typical.Mattson of her and game.his assistantat

Dosing to Tech by 2 points, with Jerry Kight 4 that time, yasco Land rum,

just,(tour seconds remaining in Ted Steger 2 CAPITOLLETTER >hitters
inI I Filed Against Social Security both relatively long were
VPI the title
the :ame. won hard ,pressed to get the ball out
*11, but failed to win a game in There are over COO buildings in front of Judy off the tees.

their return this year, although of Gothic and Modern architecture Callahan Officials Thousands of people who are In the 1961 match, Betsy and

they were pre-tourney favorites, located on the 1,800-acre University I collecting social security checksdo Judy had identical 38's on the

.ainly because they had defeated of, Florida campus. Its build TALLAHASSEE. That "great not get them as promptly as tough local front nine that has a

Kentucky t>> and Mississippi state ings ',represent an investment of A damage suit for $100,000 has influx"\ of foreign visitors pre. they could simply because they of 37 for men. 'ro'1
filed in the par
Circuit Court atJacksonville
in regular season games over $90 million. dieted by Development Commis- move and fail to notify social 1 se. Local golfers and interested
against the City ofallahan's .
offices of their addresses
-- curity
r sion Chairman-Director Wendell
J citizens are urged to attend the
mayor-judge, prosecutor in showing the Social l Security Ad
Jarrard has been ,tardy free clinic! and exhibition.
; and two policemen, charging ministration ]has announced.A .
unlawful and malicious arrest. up.
notice to the post office will
,The complaint was filed on be;, Jarrard"made this prediction, m
half of Harold Waters of Coral April warning the state to brace not get an address changed on
social security records, R. B,
Gables, and names as defendants, for this mass tourist migrationfrom
Hollis and other countries. Donaldson, district manager,
Ray, Jacksonville Social Security Office
Callahan; Lanas Troxler, Jack Jarrard even gave instructionsto -
said.: The best of
way insuring
sonville attorney who is Calla- Florida's cities as to how to
the prompt and safe del-
han's prosecutor; and Callahan handle this invasion:
ivery of your social security COURTESY OF THESE
police officers George Courson
downtown travel in
"Operate a
check each month, he said, is to
and Ralph Hicks.According .
formation center'equipped to
l let the Social Security Administration
'" t4 to the complaintant's serve both foreign and other vis -._ -.
know address
your new as
i / attorney, Waters was enroute itors. Maintain a schedule of arrivals -
: soon as you flan to move.
jtty from his former home in Long and itineraries of visiting

p Island, N.' Y., to his new Coral tour groups, conferences and con- A notice to the post office of Henry J. Lannon

p- Jk a o. / Gables residence on Oct. 14 when I ventions. your change of address will take M

he was involved in an automobile care of having any checks already CONTRACTOR
"Alert the mayor's office police
collision. Waters was charged on their way to you, but
force and other city officials:
with failing to have his vehicle it will not insure the prompt delivery
when they can be of service in
under control and causing an ac of those to follow MODERNIZING
cident at the signal-controlled welcoming or assisting groups.
intersection -
Maintain roster of private citi you may report your new ad- BUILDING REMODELING
of U. S, 1 and State
k, Jaeakrt zens who will volunteer to meet dress to the Social Security Administration
Road 200 in Callahan.
visitors and who bilingual. by filling out and
are !
The complaint saM that actuil- 125 Sout'h !
"Assist tour in plan mailing the: post 'card which is 2nd Street ,

3'minor operators f ,
ly, Alexis Courson fe- .
given to :you when you begin receiving -
Ding local activity\ for yisi ng'groups 261.S20a
y rcale and niece of police officer 'Phone AH '
1 :ti I, and in contracting for bil. ; your cheeky Or :send a,
i .Courson, droye her, Corvair into shprt note 'to your Social''Security Open
service transfer
ingual'guide service -
the left side of Water's Plymouth.The .
and other needs. Assist in Payment Center, giving your
complaint stated that while for visitor to name and address, your claim P
arranging see
1 I Waters was on the stand, when
.t tj model homes visit local industrial number, your new address, and
the trial began Dec. 14, Ray, Trox- the date you plan to move.
1 ler and Courson held whispered plans and see other attractions.
/ tft"iI "Assist visitors in making per The ,address of the payment
conference in which they "unlaw Complete Line of
son-to-person contacts. Provide center is on your "Certificate of '
fully conspired and agreed that
suitable signs in several languagesand Award. If you prefer, you may Mercury
Jack with they should interrogate the plain skilled call your I loyal social security
Get the jump on Frost tiff on matters not related to the personnel to assist
district office to get the ,address.
I offenses charged and being tried, foreign visitors at airports, depots

but on matters that would enable and other arrival points." BORUM BOATS '

: them to, arrest Waters on other Many of those who were wait. PUBLIC NOTICEIN GATOR TRAILERS

charges while he was still subjectto ing expectantly to try out their THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
Spanish have been sadly disap- COUNTY, FLORID I
.e their power. IN ClIlNCEJir. CASE NO. -I HIGH
The complaint next said Waterswas pointed. The Development Com FRANK PRATT, MOTOR CO.
mission reports the. increase in Plaintiff
required to produce current -
foreign' tourists in Florida from -vs. S/Sth St. Ph. 261-3819
New York driver's licenseto
, : BURNER Oil Troxler, who handed it to Ray, 936,000 in 1961 to one million in Defendant 2:50:
1962, about in : :
a seven per cent
who in turn handed it to Courson. STATE OF FLORIDATO.

After another whispered conference crease. .' HEULAH R. PRATT ? .
r 872 West Goguae St. Going Fishing
Ray recessed court. Considering all the effort the Battle Creek Michigan 3:56

"Warms almost like Summer"Don't During the recess, the complaint Development Commission has an- You are hereby notified that a suit 4:26
nounced on this program, it could has been bled against you in the Visit Us ForComplete : .
charges, Ray ordered Hicks to arrest above entitled cause; and that you are
S Waters for the alleged of- hardly be called a sensational: re hereby required to file your answer Line Of _

let the first real cold-snap catch your fense of having an imprcper driv- sult.The serve with the a copy Clerk thereof of this upon Court the and Plaintiff to E i Fishing Tackle 4:59:

er's license. Bond on the new traffic Commission) has been ship or Plaintiffs attorney. whose name Rods Reels 5:29

with your fuel tank empty. Be ready for ticket was placed at $25 and ping in foreign travel agenU by. P.and 0 address Box 462.is: Mercury Fernandina N. Kavouklis Beach.I Outdoor

: cold weather whenever it comes, by letting Hicks formally set a hearing on the dozens to look around the Florida not later than February 2. Camping.
state. Display material baa been 963. Equipment 5:58
: the, charge at 10 a.m. December :
fail to do decree Pro Con.
: us fill storage now with clean-burning, If you so.
14, some two hours before he was translated into seven languages. fesso will be entered against t you for 6:25 :

; heat-packed STANDARD BURNER OIL. arrested. After court reconvened, Jarrard himself recently went to the relief demanded in the complaint.for FIRESTONE
The nature of said suit being
i ( t Ray held Waters guilty; of causing Sweden to line up some 400 more divorcej BEACH SUPPLY

: The' combination of STANDARD BURNEROIL an accident, finedWters $150 travel agents for next year. Witness my hand and the seal Nassau ol i 6:53
Fenundina Beach
and deliveries and terminated the proceeding.The According to findings on a recent aid County.Court at Florida, this 3rd day 112 Atlantic Are 261- 48% 7:20

our prompt, dependable complaint said Waters was trade mission to Europe by of January. 1963- {

r will put an end to your heating worries. unlawfully detained at Callahan the Florida Ports and Foreign D.Clerk O. of Ozley the Circuit Court4t

Call for fuel-oil City Hall, and his $25 check was Trade Council, any deluge of I 3. 10. 17. 24cold 7:44
us now requirements.
your 8:10
refused as bond. European tourists is a long way Sh.t4F.r Men

No date has been set for the off.The water on a projected use by

rr preliminary proceedings in the mission report said that any the.Development Commission of a <
.- .. .. -. suit, which has been assigned to attempt for Florida, for the time Greyhound bus in promoting REPAIRS" 8:56
7. Judge Edwin L Jones. being, to develop a "pure" Europ "ptll'r." tourism from Europe. People YO J WAIT C : :

r can tourist business is impractical who would visit, the bus Inmost !

"In some cities they tear down and that such money would! of the squares and streets in 9:15 /
' H. F. STONE JR. Agent buildings to save taxes. They be used to lure international congresses Western Europe, said the mission, HtsjNtal I I 9:40:: :

; LIAHA9D might try tearing down some or for persuading busi- "are not those who can afford

' "Our Business Is Serving You" taxes to save buildings B. J, nessmen visiting the U. S. to even $290 for a 15-day visit to

Dahl, Chewalah (Wash.) Independent make Florida port of}ill the U.s.A..,let alone the ordinary 9 North nth Street ;
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I __ The mission reportalso threw, air transportation. -

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- 1 -Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, January 3, 1968 PageE HveS

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PUBLIC! The Mews-Leader Salutes thetI11AP. !I CHURCH OF GOD OF NORTH 14th STREET The Indian name for Sua-Mk-aiu F1oridaaSilver
PUBLIC NOTICES I Springs was ,
NOTICE' Sun glinting water.

WANT AD RATES : FOR BIDS ... It. of Her. II. C. Drury, Pastor lIe,. Ran Humphreys, Pastor

: *:J05) per word .'5 minimum 4 NOTICE Board of is Trustees hereby of,.given Humphreys:, that Memorial the- Ad Week 10:00: ajn. _. Sunday School 9:45 ajn. _...__..._ 'Sunday School I

Card of Thanks Resolution ROOMS FURNITURE Hospital will receive bids until djW : the 11:00 ajn. _--- Morning .Service I. 11.-00 sun. ___. Morning Worship First Family RecordReg.
40.XX A.M.. January !?>,::1!& for the ,
-,- and Similar Notices &; APPLIANCES furnishing of DISPENSER 7:30, p.m. Evangelistic Service' 7:00 p.m. __..__..._.. B.T.U Price $3ilSChuck's
In accordance with the law we hereby! MILK to said Instituion'On' a IULK-j W.M.B. 8:00 _._ Evening Worship
JD3 per word $L00 minimum advertise for -sale the following tonerchafidise .""basis. Details and specifications f 7:30 Wednesday V.L.B. Young : p.m. Price $2.98

Cal 261-3686 or 261-3687 left by ewner transferred tate *I* $btanie4 from tne office S01S aid 3025 SOUTH FLETCHER p.m. 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week Services with this ad
state: nylon Covered sofa fc; jnaWn-1 Administrator. All bids must be sealed t People Wednesday
0 or place ad at office ing chair sofa'sleeps 2)), 2 step tables dearly marked and filed *ij3i the New, modern, fur *. # Chuck's TVGQ4 Ash st
& matching cocktail table with 2 tall I I Administrator within the time allowed. rtments. V *
511 Ash Street lamps i pc. bedrm. suite in sandtone The Board reserves the right .to reject nished ap Electricallyequipped. ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL
with Mr. and Mrs.. dresser, mirror any and all bids. Phone 261-5439. CHURCH GOOD SHEPHERD EPISCOPAL
master chest & handsome bookcase i I DATED THIS 21LT DAY OF DECEMBER CHURCH
headboard Arttn sliding funels. 7 '.pc j j .. 1912 I Neil I., Gray, Rector V VV
dinette -set inclouing 6 cnairs. family T H ioolsby Chairman i Neil I. Gray Vicar :
7:30 arn.4... Holy Communion
: i'FOR SAtE bAdlM rffngeratcr *ith cross C Board of Trustees : i "SEE C. B.'Pete'
I !
I ;. top freezer with shelves in door full Humphreys Memorial Hospital ---- to.OO'Lm.. .-,..: Choral EucWisl 8:50 a.m. Holy Communion .

sized with overt broiler and 13PUBUC Morning Prayer V I
range 2t J227. HO.TICE '1:15: a.m. Church School Classen

:TWO BEDROOM, completely fur- I beds separate compjete.storage mattresses drawer maple springs.bunk P.UBL1C : Church? Adult Bible Class' t INGRAM"FOR

nished, 10 x 50 modern house guard rail & ladder. This mdse. orig. NOTICE TO THE SHAREHOLDERS ANDBORROWING CHURCH OF GOD
trailer on 100 x. ICQ shaded lot
with awning patio and fencedI $267 LOAN ASSOCIATION Services
'nIE I IIUDGE. Cor. 4th and Cedar Sts.
in back yard. Inquire 261-5929. NASSAU COUNTY, FLOR. Notice is hereby given that the annual V Carl Gold. Pastor Life Insurance
tfc NATIONALFurniture ;1* te: EateofPATRICK members .of .The Fernatiiuta TABERNACLE' BAPTIST 10:00 *.ra. ,_ Sunday School Retirement Income
I C. KELLY, JR., Deceased federal Savings and Loan Association: Sunday School .__ 10 ajn.
win t>e held at 202 Atlantic Avenue CHURCH 1100; a.m. Morning Service Hdalth & AccidentHospitalization
'CIIAW LINK FENCE highest .Warehouse To All Creditors and Persons Having Wed Morning Worship __ ._ 11 a.m.
Claims or Demands Against Said Estate Fernandina .Beach Florida .411 Amelia Road YPE. Friday Evening 7:30
] quality, lowest price. Phone nesday. January. 16th._ 1$63 at. 2OPP.M. V p.m. Young Peoplp's Endeavor
:2/22: Beach Ilvd.: FL 9-25C1 ; 261-3487 '
I Hon 7:30 __ Evening Service
Fernandina Beach, 2C15032. tic Open daily 9-9. !:.at. 96. Sun. 126 You and each of you are hereby V _5 pju. 7 p.rn. Sun.
--_._- notified aird: required to! present any This meeting is tar the purpose of Safiday School .._..........10 a.nu Prayer meeting, Wednesday Major Medical\

'FREIGHT Jacksonville, Fa. claims and demands which you or .' hearing reports of the association1 ..........11 8:111.rl 7:30 Evangelistic .Service 7:45: Sun. Income
Morning Worship Disability Monthly
DAMAGED automatic of for f ? p.m. j
Delivery Assured Anywhere eiiber. of )'ou, may have against the election of a board directors
-OR-washer.: Brand new and estate IIf PATRICK C. KELLY, JR. 'I. the ensuing year. also any other business Evening Worship .........._._ 7 p.m. # *
1 deceased, late of said County, to the as may properly come before MEMORIAL METHODIST According to the latest scienti L. L. BOHANNON
mechanically perfect. $50 off Wednesday _Service .?........_ 7 p.m. I
County Judge of Nassau County, same. rl -information the Ar.aconda is
regular price. Appliance Sales I Jda. at bin office in the eourt Flor"j I 2R1ERT V. BURGESS, President '''iJt CHURCH ,

& 30 N. 3rd St. JSc USED BICYCLES 5.00 and said County at Fernandina JOHN T. fERREIRA Secretary. V BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH John L. Jones, pastor the world's largest snake, and a i INSURANCE
Service, Florida. within calendar months i 2t 1.3.10
six I J' length of as much as :30 feet has
and Call2Gl.t48 .
,up..All sizes makes. from pie time of the first publication 4425 South '6th Street 10:00: a.m. -\ Sunday School} \ Phone 261-5269 V
!. tie of this notice. Each claim demand I been recorded, according to Ross
'COLORED HOUSE for rent or or Ijler. John O'Neil Pastor 11:00 turn. __ Morning Worship
shall be in and shall' state PUBLIC NOTICE ,
writing Flonda's
Allen of Silver Springs.
;: Wiii ,
I-I tale 436, Beech St. Apply 12 the place of residence and post office I. 6:15 y.m. MYF Supper & Programs

- N. 2 St. Phone 2G1-3442. JJ7p NEWLY DECORATED APTS., address of the. claimant and shall te', : NOTICE FOR BIDS Sunday Services: --- -. -, ------- -- -_-__ _u_______ -____-_ -

#---I AvitH garage .$20. Apply lit I $uorn or attorney and any such claim or Board of Trustees of Humphreys Memorial A.M. Morning WorshirO p.ra.

(SINGER SLANT-0-MATIC Sew- S. 5th St.. -- '. tie demand Helen not so Criffm1 filed shall be void. I Hospital will accept bids until HiM: : B.T.U. & & Fresh Fish & _______________________________
jug' machines parts: and repairs E. 1000: A.M., ,Jinuary 17, 1963 for the p.m.J FIVE POINTS BAPTIST
SMALL UNFURNISHED house As Administratrix of the Estate of furnishing uf one (I* ICE CUBE MAK- '74.00, P.M., Men's Prayer Service
tny make Inquire Mather Patrick c!: Kelly. Jr.. deceAsed I INi MACHINE Details and pecifi. CHURCH I S .
_ I for rent. 1310 Franklin St. Call THOMAS *!. HALL nations be obtained from the of !7:30 p.m. Evening Worship
i .Furniture, AVm. Rhodes! representative. may J. W. Keen, Pastor Shrimp DailySpecial
11 North Fourth St.. fiee.of the Adnuc trator An bids Tuesday
2C1-5277 for further information. I : V ,
.. tte1 Fernandina Beach. Florida. must be sealed, Nearly marked, and VisitationI 9:45: a.m. i-. Sunday School !

tfc Attorney for Administratrix.First I filed with the Administrator within '-.7:06,; ; p.m. 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship Orders Are Our Specialty
; publication December 20. 1962 j the time allowed. The Board reserves .
KENMORE AUTO .waing : :* VfST. -
machine .
4t. 1220.27. 13. 10 and all bi '. TWO ,BEDROOM downstairs the right to reject any
furnished apt. Year round. $55. PUBLIC NOTICE I lER 1962 ', \
FOR flUICK 'SALE '20 acres 12C S Fletcher. Phone 201-8188 ,'I I'! T H Ooolsby, Chairman Wednesday prayer service, 7SP ,
DJ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1 Board of Trustees V Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd,. 5th p.rn. Open 7:00 A.M. To 7:00 P.M.
just off Suwannee River Banks!, -;. tic.t FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Humphreys Memorial Hospital '7:30 .' Daily
low $500 down. Also ILORIJU, IV AND JOE NASSAUCOOX1' I 2t' 131oPUBLIC14OTICE Sunday -
_ $2250, as One Block North of Atlantic Avenue On FrQnt Street
... 2nd 4th .
\ IX CII4NCERY. .V ... ,j *
: 80 acre i 4 mile U. S. highway TWO t DEDROOMlnJurnisbed'
NO. tWO V Sunday 11:30 a.m. ST PAUL'S LUTHERAN V Phone 261-4811 Melvin Dougherty, Prop.
frontage. $150 per acre. AH or house. NOTICE OF SUIT
part by owner, B. W. Deese.Phone Plaintiff IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, JOCRTO 3* V ,
JUDICIAL: CIRCUIT, IV AND FOR CHURCH Amelia City Near Intersection ------ ------- --
FO -143, Jive (We, TWO ROOM funuhed apartment vs FERNANDINA UEACH
. ftFIr: .JlOt & ft Corporation, et aL Y. No. 2595 OF ,CHRIST
H. F. SA3LMAN Defendants.TO MID-STATE HOMES INC., a Hubert Gibson_ ; Minister V ,A. F. Gerbhardt, Pastor .

) :BUY A HOMESITE. on "the Nassau -j1 PHONE 261&1MISCELLANEOUS : THE LACKSHEAR BANK. Honda corporation Plaintiff. Bible Study 10:00 A.M. g:00 a.m. Morning Service KIDDIE (AMP

River Beautiful Ug\} A Georgia Corporation 9:00 a.m. Sunday School
Blackshear. PierceW. -vs. Worship Service 11OC A.M. V FOR
and dry lots at hssauvUle.I P. STRICKLAND and fuLM\N UONELY and MILIEDONEL1 ; Evening Service _,,___ 7 p.m. '# :
Others with waterfront -I- MARIE W. STRICKLAND. his.wife his (,wife, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH WORKING
privH- '
I Delenflants Bible 7:30
JUack!>hear. Georgia: p.m.
eges. Small 'down payment. PEARLE R. WARD NOTICE OF SUIT Rer. J. T. Dunnara Pastor SHOPPING

Terms to' suit.. Phone Francis lUaekshear; feorgia.: t THE STATE QF_FLORIDA I Worship Services:. 8:30: A.M. RELAXING MOTHERS ..,
1 Ellis, POpular S- GGl", Jackson- adm.inistratars. TO: COLMAN DONELY and ST. CATHOLIC : 11:00 A.M. SUPERVISED PLAY STORY TIME LUNCH
trustees. -
legatees. grantees -
i ,i ilJ!. j Ti c. Re-roofing and creditors or other parties Residence Unknown. .. CHURCH Sunday School 9:45: A.M. NAP TIME V

___ j repairs, remodeling, etc. Phone claiming by. through under or againstthe Sunday Mass 2nd, 4th Training Union __ 6:15 P3L VV
of J. i;. WARD, Deceased YOU ARE HEREJJY NOTIFIEDthat ? '
LARGE SIIADFJ LOTS at Amelia Fernandina Beach, 261.5032. tIc and estate if living and if dead. all unknown; a 'SUit has been Wed against you Sunday ._..::- 720; a.m. PI'I, rService w..1... Wednesday NOW OPEN 7:00 A.M. TO 6:00: P.M. J'

- : 100 X 145. $1Q down, $10 heirs. devisees. legatees trustees assignees I in the above entitled cause and tbat Sunday Mass _"__ V V 1st, 3rd 7:30 P.M. Barbara Bryan, 2109 Florida Ave.
LOST "CINDY" brownish Henors, successors in interest. you are required to file your answer
per .month. Call Howard Hammond 'Creditors or other claimants claimingby I with the Clerk cf this Court and to 5th Sunday, 11:30 a.m. & & Ramp Counselor Phone 261.5238:

I 2613733. t'iSERWOOD red, female water spaniel. through. under or against any of serve 4 copy thereof, upon the plain- Daily ,- -V '_ 8 a.m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
About old. Tan collar. 215 the abo\e named Defeadants who maybe tiff or plaintiffs. attarnejs: whose j
1 ----A year '
Saturday Convent Chapel _ _ 'C
FOREST nice dead and not_ known _to be dead or; name and address is: '- ----- CHURCH -------
-. N. 17th. Phone 2G1-4722. J3c u
I aaye, and ALL PERSONS or Unknown ; BARKET & !.1TEUXJENNIS 804''ncb 6:30: ,Jommnnion in Convent Rev. John Dozier Pastor /
d shady lots 180 x 100 locatedon 1 --- otherwise having or : ,
parties ; Building. Jacksonville 2, Florida
Amelia., Road one jjuajrter SAVE $5.- SPECIAL IIELENE claiming any estate right. title, claim I i not later than February 7th. 1963.' 6:30: P.M. _, Young' People'sMeeting. Sermon: "The Cup of The Lord.
or interest in 6r lien upon the follow.I If fail so to do, a Decree Pro' V
you Services _... 8:30 A.M.
Worship :
mile from 5 Points. Phone 261- Curtis permanent, regular $15, ing described property to-vnt: i Ccrfesso will be eaeru. against iOU if 6 & ; Used TV Sale

5421. tfc for only $10. Vanity Beauty The East Half (E4) of Lot numbered I for the relief demanded in the Com 11:00 A. M.
Twenty-Five ((25)) of a sub- plaint. This suit is to foreclose a PINE GROVE BAPTIST Sunday School 0:45 A.M I
I Shop, Phone 2G1-4G48.: JlOc division made by W. L. Beugrtet The real
- TWO NEW BRICK, three bedroom January 28. 1928 of United States mortgage.against is- property proceeded CHURCH Youth jileetjngs ............ GOO: P.M. LARGE SELECTIONTOCHOOSE I FROM

den, l\a ath"home, 150 I AFTER THIS DATE I will not Government Lots Eight 18)) and The East half (E>,) of Lot Four- Rev, A. Z. Knight, Pastor if # *

foot frontage.* (11, 52 \tith. $300 be responsibly fur any debts inourred \ Seventeen HO .C4SI |.Tallahassee In.> Section.Meridian.Twelve ford teen Street(111 on of the the West Lincoln side Subftivfc of Ox.. Sunday V School __. 9:45: a.m. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD w FINANCE OUR OWN

_j nIA or VA. :I by anyone other than Florida, a Plat of which subdivision ion in Section Five (5)) Township; Morning Worship ...-- 11 a.m Rev. E. A. Lewis rastor

myself. (Signed) Norman C. In the was PublicRecords recorded on August of Nassau 6. 1923 Three ((3)) North, Hang Twenty- Training: Union 7:00 p.m. 10:00: a.m. Sunday School USED TELEVISION SETSChuck's
Four ((24)) East.
DISTRESS SALE Modem Henderson.. flOp County. Florida., in Plat Book 2, half ( > acre more containing or :less one- Evening Worship ___ 8:00 p.m. 11:00: a.m. -,_ Worshi!:? Service -- --

S Leach duplet worth $14,000 for at YOU Page AND No.EACH 24 OF YOU are no- WITNESS my hand and the seal of Wed. Night Prayer 6:30 p.m. C. A. Youth Services

Reasonable down SANDING refinish- suit has been filed against said Court at Fernanoina Poach, For Meeting 8 7:30 Service ASH AT SIXTH
$8,700. payment FLOOR anfl tilted that a Ida. this 21st day of December A. I). I V i V p.m.V p.m. Evangelistic TV
: yov by RAYMOND P. CE1SEL: to I : I PHONE 201.4191
iLg. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson. quiet "the title to the above described l1fi"l.! Wednesday Thursday mid week service -

John T. Ferreira: & Son Phone 2C1-4G09. tfc property, and you are required to COURT Clerk SEALj of the Quoit- J.Court 0 OXtEY 7:45 V____ Prayer. Meeting 7:30 run. -
serve a copy of your Answer to the i! ..
4t W.JJ.17.J4PUBLIC -- -------- -
Log Atlantic Ave. Phone 2G1.5571 Kill of CompUint on Plaintiff's ,Attorney I
IF YOU HAVE a drinking problem Con.
--- SUSAN KIRTLEi. at 1612 : 1-
'$15 FREE RECORDS with purchase .l write Alcoholics Anonymous gre& Building Miami 32. Florida and NOTICE
thereof With the Clerk .
file the original
- any stereo record player. Box 338, city. EL-6-7700
before the
I I of the Circuit Cpurt on or NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
g We finance our own. Appliance S tic' 15th day of) January 19C3, otherwisethe TAX DEED .

J Sales and Service, 2GU022, tIe allegations of the Complaint! uill Sec. 19116. F. S.
confessed I
be taken as by you.
t DATED at Fernandina Iteach. Florida NOTICE IS EEREP.Y GIVEN, that Frigidaire automatic at
JQUAIL LIVE or dressed $.25 HELP WANTEDWOMAN this 17th day of December. 1962 Afro-American Pension Uureau the oven _
-s-D O OXLEY holder of the following certificates has
each.: 100 or more for leas. ,
said certificates for deed
filed a tar
Clerk of the Circuit Court
_ j t6 be issued thereon The certificate V
Phone 2G1-42& tie Sosan Kirtley
numbers and years of issuance. the low low price!!
.. WITH CAR to call reg.i iu1arly Attorney at Law > a
I 1612 Congress Juilding.! description of the property, end the : ,
: each month on established Miami 32..'Florida *:"> names 'an which it Was'. assessed. areas I q>

l S
FOR RENT follows ;
L. j.t I Studio Girl Cosmetics clientsin 4t 12.20, 27.. 13. 10 : V
I. 1 Certificate No. 154 Year of Issuance .
and around Fernandina 1934Description ;' I' j ;

!iTWO BEDROOM FURNISHED Beseb, making necessary deliveries PUBLIC NOTICE of Property: lllock 1, Lot SCook.Masterautomaticovencontrolstarts
apt, private entrance. 421 N. etc. 3 or 4 hours per day. FOR NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA ,. Name in which assessed:Afro-Amen- [. .- ....:;; V and stops the oven-minds the cooWng .
Route will to $5.00 car Pension Bureau. V .
It8nL tfc pay up per IN ,CHANCERY NO. 2549 '
125 of Issuance '' while
Certificate No. rear :
you're away
APARTMENT FOR RENT COSMETICS, Dept. 75931, a corporation, Description ef Property: Block 5, Lot t a .
"-- furnished. 1740 S. Fletcher Ave. Plaintiff 35 American I'.each.: : d- Roomy work cook with
Glendale! Calif. J17e Name in which asSessed: Elizabeth V V ." --j top large pans

I I_Phone 261-3781.' tic ------ HENRY vs.B. KtOVTFORD, JR. and Tucker. V I .1 VV :i' ,, on all four units, two 8" two 6".
-. --It BETTY L. MOVTiORD, Us wife Certificate No. 215 Year of Issuance "" :
8015 and 3025 SOUTH FLETCHER SITUATION .Defendants. l4Description t"i V

NOTICE OF SALE of Property Block 5, Lot + :: Unlimited heat from simmer to
sew, modern fur- WANTED Notice is hereby given that, pursuantto 41 American Iieach. Vj. V cIV V settings (

I nisKed apts. Electrically eqUIp. the Final Decree of Foreclosureand Name Pension in which Bureau assessed: : Afro- merl V: high) for every surface unit. V

_ ped. Phone 261-5439. J3c -- Safe entered in the cause pending can V
Certificate No. 198 Year of Issuance
__ in the Circuit Court in and for :
Nassau County. Florida, case docket \ .
,\ALEXANDER TS. 'wants days work. III N. 5th. number -. the undersigned Description: of Property: Block 8 Lot V : V 5 .',..,zi Exclusive Radiantube surface units cook

MODERN, FURNISHED APT Phone 2G1-422G. JJp Clerk In said will rotir.ty sell described the property as: situated Name 16-1 American in which Beach.assessed Al -Ameri. :. .. .V evenly; built' to last the life of the range.

337 N. Fletcher, No.1.. Hot 1 Lot Ten ((10)) AZALEA TERRACE can Pension Bureau ; I '

water furnished $55 month NOTICEDIV Unit One ((1)). according to plat recorded Certificate No. 112 Year of Issuance : '
( PUBLIC 1 in Plat Book 3. page 63. 1953V \ S Extra storage space with 2 drawers- 1
year round. Apply Apt. 1. tIc records of Description of Property: tad 18. Lot I )
of current
a____ COt'RT OF THE COUNTY JUDGE.N.tSS.tU Nassau the 'County, public Florida. 12 American Beach Sub No, 2 .11 ==;==:==:. full-width, 1 at comfortable, waist height.
COU "fn.TE OFIWIUD. Name in which assessed: Ulysses G.
: FURNISHED APT for rent I .\. 1'ROllATE FILE NO. Together with all structures and hereafteron andInprO.ments c:ito\er ,
Adults only. *01 Cedar St. Ph. 1S27
- IN REESTATE OF said land; also all gas steam. Certificate IS53 No. 110 Year of Issuance Enjoy Frigidaire dependability!
161-4652. Uc : electric water and other heating,
cookurg. refrigerating lighting. Description ol property lock 15. Lot
Deceased. 1 American Reach Sub No. 2
I 1WQo BEDROOM apt. upstairs, I NOTICE OF INTENTION JOEFZLL plumbing and power systems ventilating machines irrigating., appliances Name in which assessed: Dorothy
furnished. All electric and Livingston. }j
fixtures appurtenances
Certificate No. 114 Yet of Issuance
S Phone 261-52G9: or kitehen'l Notice is hereby given that Kather. which now are or may here 1958 f!
be Used vith.
ine H. Astans filed her final report as after pertain said to. or even Description of property Clock 13 Lot \ easy terms
in. or on premises.
JlOUSE AT 9 PTS Parthflyfurnished. Admin tratrix of the estate of Frankka though they be detached or detach 3 American Beach No S Sec No. 2 V
Curtis Estfs. deceased; that she Name in which assessed: Samuel. U.i .' .
S Phone 2G1-4944 after able. -
filed her petition for final discharge.
'I at public sale. to the highest and best LeAts.AH .. ."
and that she vril to the Il
apply ner.
_ 2:30: p.m. tfc able i. E. Weatherford.. County Jodfev bidder lor cask between the hours of of said property being fa the' .. "
.. eleven o'clock in the forenoon and County of Nassau, State of Florida ; LIBERALTRADEIN
of Nassau County. Honda on the V
THREE ROOMS AND the afternoon the 40" Electric Model RSD1563FRIGIDAIRE
BATH 21st dy of January. 1963 for approvalof two o'clock' in on Unless such certificate or cutifi-j
furnished ('()ha *. Electrically saiue and for final discharge as I 14th day of January. lOOt at the cates Shall fee redeemed according to i
.____ Administratrix of the estate of Frank. front door of the Nassau County law the property described fat such
equipped. Lone Oaks, 261- 066, Im Curtis .stes, on this ttst day C t Oourthaase in Fernandina lteacb.1 certificate or certificates will be sold 1 : ;
tfc January. 1361Kathenne Florida. to the highest bidder at the courthouse ,
----I H. Askins DOVE AND DATED at Fertrandina door on the first Monday in :
Complete" Administratrix of the estate of Beach. Florida this 26th day of Dec Month of February. 1963. which is the :
VPPER DECK APTS. Franklin Curtis Estes. deceased., ember. 1962t1OURT 1 4th day of February. Kd V S
I ly furnished including TV Albin C. Thompson, Jr.. SEALa- .D 0 OXLE.YJ Dated this 3rd. day'cf January. 1361 ALLOWANCES
Clerk of the Circuit CourtIt D. O V V
Attorney for Administratrix,
$18.75.per week till June
3C3 Atlantic Avenue. Clerk of Circuit Court of
Also room and board. Fernandas Bch., Fla. Nassau County. Florida V

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- FURNISHED BEACH COTTAGE I PUBLIC NOTICE I aa order dated December 21, 1962 has I V
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two bedrooms, sleeping NOTICE OF LEGISLATION orraof- the name of the 'OIL SCREW

I porch and pati Call 261-482 TO is WHOM hereby IT given MAY of CONCERN.intention to notice apply --I by PATtI SEAFOOD official number SERVICIX 264.919 J INC owced, of i CfL" .

.*' after 5 p.ra. tie to any special called session, anj which 1 Fernandina teach, Florida is (f IL ffRl Florida Public Utilities
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- '$two BEDROOM FURNISHED ular Session of the florida Legislature HAWK. fJ .
for passage of a bill abohsfemg
THOMAS (3 JWUX.rDeputy
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I mo. Howard Hammond, 261 / Sen. Harry O. Strattorts Charge Port of Fenundsaalieach. mcrarc GLASS I T10M I '
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Page SixNews ---- News-tea'der, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, January 3, 1963
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Prom_-- Florida Becoming I .

.JThe'R.Ree Center Melting Pot For TOWN DURING < :

BY SANDY DeSANDRORed Foreign BornFor WINN-DIXIE's' .. & SpyEgt '

Swimming Cards Owens Instr. .
Cross are the first time in recent his-
being held at the Recreation Cen Adult Ballet Exercise Class in make : )!
ter office for those who have com- the Auditorium at '8:00 p.m., Jul tory foreign-born the We give you ,
up a larger proportion of : for
pleted the swimming course. anne Owens, Instr. permanent residents of' the state more your ,
Sandy DeSandro, Recreation Director Jaycees in the. Conference Roomat money plus
than the foreign-born in the nation -
requests the following pick 7:00 p.m.Adults .
i as a whole, the Florida State
up their cards: and Teens Ceramics '
Chamber of reported JW
Basic Aquatic: Barbara Eunice, Class in the Ceramics Room at 'I yesterday."By .
f30 p.m., Martha Jean Puletti
David Gray Bobby Gray Randy
the 1960 census, 272,161 GREEN STAMPS
Hendrix,. Susie nstr.
Kittre! Steven Floridians named foreign countries -.
Rodeffer, Mike Harper, David TUESDAY, JANUARY 8: ; as their birthplaces. This r
Grumpier, Paul Sapp, Raymond ,Playschool in the Game Roomat '
number is 5.5 cent of the total I'
.Gough, Tony Stubits, Linda Kaney, 9:30 ,a.m., Joan Bean, Instr. population of per the state. In 1940, f._ 1 '
Kim Stewart, Ballet Class ((6 : ) in the
Peggy Galphin
yrs. the proportion stood at its lowest
Quantity Rights Reserved .Prices Good thru January 5
Marsha Geraghty, Drew Bean, Auditorium at 10:00 a.m., Jul. this 4.1 .,
point during century percent I - .
WINN-OUII'TO.IU. 1Nc: CflWIfiHT lift
Bobby Sanders, Christy Bohan. anne Owens; Instr: .Since that date the Florida
non, Mary J .Brewton, Ann Jones, Tap Dance Class in the Auditorium trend has been upward as the
Lorry Davis, Margie Hickox, Ma- at 3:30 p.m., Julanne state's population becomes more COLONIAL BRAND LARGE ;. QUICK FROZEN :'. ,
rie Hickox, Larry Fullwood, Linda Owens, Instr. cosmopolitan in character. The "')
Fiala, Billy Morris, and Bobby Ballet Class ((9.11)) in the Audi- national in 1940 was 8.8
Morns.Beginner: Melvin Broadwater, Owens torium, Instr.at 4:30 p.m., Julanne in per 1960.cent, dropping to 5.4 per cent Baking Hens :: 'Lb. 29

Billy Broadwater, Wendell Mel Brownie Troop 355 in the Game "The British Isles were the native -
ton, Jeff Urmanec, Cecil Gaines, Room at 3:00: p.m. lands of 38,532 Floridians residing -
Ceramics Class ((10 and 11)) in
Mary Olivia Patrick, Rod Turbot,
in the state in 1960; from
BcLy Philips, Jackie Harper, Judy I the Ceramics Room at 3:30: p.m., Scandinavian countries ,and northern SUNNYLAND'S BOB WHITE BRAND
Winde: Martha Jean Puletti, Instr;
Harper Carolyn Snyder
with over
Europe came 46,704
Higgmbotham, Bobby Pope Karen I Island Squares Club in the half of these from Germany. The
Humphreys, Donna Cooper, Marlene Auditorium at 7:30, p.m. Mediterranean countries contributed Sliced Bacon 2 Lb. 75
Nickelson, Lisa Stone Donna : Barbershop Quartet in the Con 23,855 with ) 'o.thirds of that
Jackson, and,Joy Jernigan. I ference Room at 8:00: p.m. I number from Italy The balanceof Box '
Keith Osborne, Jeanette Law- WEDNESDAY JANUARY 9: I Europe, including Russian satellite -
rence, Debbie Adkins, Marilyn Girl Scout Troop 1Q8 in the countries, contributed 41- REG, 59* : ROSE ASTOR PURE VEGETABLE Limit 1 with $5.00 food order.Canadian .
Lannon, Emma Lannon, Nancy Game Room at 3:00:: p.m. !906 to the state's population..
Tuten, Cynthia Humphreys, Steven Ceramics Class ((12 and 13)) in I Floridians born in Russia proper IB.
Hendrix, Richard fiance, Barbara the Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m., i numbered 18,183. Bacon.Pkg.. 39i Shortening 3 CAN 58
Eunice Rachael Lawrence Martha Jean Puletti, Instr. "From Canada and Newfoundland I ,
Adult Ceramics Class in theCeramics' \ .
Johnny Watkins
came 31,905 Floridians. From REG. 59 ROSE SAVE 16t BLUE BAY ALASKAN {
Room at 7:30 Mar
Bohannon ,
reys Kay Kelly Beverly p.m. Central America and the Caribbean -
Mike Flannery Stephen Star. tha Jean Puletti, Instr. islands came 51,079 with
ratt, Sue Kelly, and Troy Davis. THURSDAY, JANUARY, 10: 45,274 of these Cuban-born as of Sli. Pork Loin. Pkg.. 39 Pink Salmon Tan Can "49
Advanced Beginner: Roy McKee Playschool l in the Game Roomat the 1960 census. Asia, Africa, .
Wayne DuBois, Russ Perdue, 9:30: a.m., Joan Bean, Instr. Australia, South America coun- ....
Ralph White, Barbara Bioadwater, Adult,Ceramics Class in the I tries and islands around the world REG. 98* .SMOKED SAVE 3t AUNT JEMIMA REGULAR orImo.
Jane Philips, Linda Tuten, Pam Ceramics Room at 9:30 a.m., Martha furnished the balance, 19,997. .
Kittrell, Wendy Melton, Pat Fiala, Jean Puletti, Instr. Neither resident aliens nor refugees Pork Chops Lb. 79x Quick Grits 1.LU} 7 i
Marsha Miller, Tommy Burbank, Home ,Demonstration Club in are included in these figures. .
Cecil Gaines, Martha Partin, and the Conference Room at 10:00. "It was also in 1940 that Floridians .
Clyde Davis. a.m. I born in other parts of the REG. 49* FRESH PORK ROAST \ SAVE 4ft A CAN THRIFTY MAID
Julie Lee, Julie Anne Dressier, Ballet Class ((3 and 4)) in' the nation out-numbered those nativeto '
Jimmy Bush Cliff White, Ken- Auditorium at 10:00:: a.m.., Jul. Florida. The proportion of Boston Butts : L6. 39 Apple Sauce X03 can 1.01..
neth Snyder, Joe Rodeffer, John anne Owens, Instr. Florida.born that year stood at .. .
McClane t Stanley Stewart, Diane Ballet Class. '((5 and 6))' in the 49.5 per cent, down from 61.5 per t. > .- .
Dockery, Lauren Lowe, Mary Patrick Auditorium at' 3:30: pm.., Julanne cent in 1910. ,By 1960, the figure W-D FRESH .EXTRA LEAN. SAVE6'/a< A CAN THRIFTY MAID Whole Kernel or Cream
Janice Tiner Earnie Davis, Owens, Instr. had dropped to 38 per cent and
Diane Henderson, and Dene Hen only three other of the 50 states IB. '
derson. torium Ballet at Class, 4:30((7,9))p.m.in,the Julanne Audi- had a' lower proportion Ground Beef .5. PKG. T Golden Corn 303 Can 101.

Intermediate Swimmer: Robert Owens, Instr. "Florida's population' at the (
Lee Andrews, Connie Entzminger, time of the nativity check numb- SUNNYLAND GA ,BREAST/ SAVE _lOt, EACH. THRIFTY MAID FAMILY'SIZE BOTTLE
Marjorie Ann Cook! and Janice Senior Citizens in the Confer-I ered 4,952,788 of which 4,680,627 ;. (wth ribs) or LEGS ,

Lovequist.Lifesaving; ,and Water Safety: ence Citizens Room Band at 7:15 Radio p.m. Club in were Of these born, 1,783,039 in the United were Florida-States. Fryer Parts. .L 49x Tomato Catsup 20-oz. Bottle 191. .i:

Billy Miller, Fred Michael, and the. Game Room.at 8:00: p.m. I born; 1,275,735 were born in other ,, ..,, .
Carl Wolters southern states; 741,988 in northeastern
These cards: may be' picked up W. E. Blankenship, Jr. states; 610,498 in the GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN CHICKEN{ '* SAVE Wit EACH ALL,FLAVORS 0' 46-ox. CANS 'I: '
between the hours of 9:0012:00: : north central states; and 58,091in
a.m., 2:00: p.m. '- 5:00: p.m., and Aboard Submarine western states or Hawaii Bornin Backs & Necks 2 & 25 Hi-C Fruit Drinks r 3 For 79
'7:00: p.m. 10:00: put. Tender USS Nereus U. S. owned islands, at sea or
while parents were traveling
Adult CeramiC3 Class in the William. Blankenshlp, Jr., elec- of 179,623 were U. S. born '
Ceramics Room :at 9:30 a.m., trician'a ,mate fireman, USN, son but the states were undetermined. Bacon: 39p Deluxe Cake Mixes 25p
Martha Jean Pulctti, Instr. of Mr and Mrs.. William E. Blank- ." I ; Lb. Pkg.
Young Democrats in the Conference enshlp of Hilliard, is serving .< .

Room at 8:00: p.m. aboard the submarine tender USS ETERNAL SLEEP YOUR, CHOICE DETERGENT .limit '1., with $5.00 food order BLUE or WHITE ARROW
FRIDAY, JANUARY; 4: Nereus, a member of Submarine .
Sub-Tcen Club in the Game Squadron Five operating out of Through the mighty halls of '
Room at 7:15: p.m. San Diego, Calif. slumber, Giant CO.Giant -
People wander,, tired and weary, .Ide ., .
: The N ereus, often called a < 48'
Rest to face the new tomorrow .0
al Jeen 7:30 Club p.m.MONDAY in tho. Game Room mother considered ship by a submariners mobile, floating, couldbe Or escape the dark and dreary.. e ',. Box 9O Box

JANUARY 7: submarine base.. She is capable of
walk there with. the
Children's Art Class in the Art repairing ,nuclear submarines. Would latter you YOUR CHOICE COFFEE Limit < with $5.00 food COFFEEFolgers.
Room at 3:30: p.m., Faith Britton,
Would fit into this story
In.tr. The idea of a hoop snake that you
Teen-age Ballet Class in the rolls is only superstition and no Would you' dare to place yourself 1-Lb. 48ASTOR
Auditorium at 3:30: p.m., Julanne such reptile exists, according to thereIn 381
this lonely category? .
Owens, Instr.Pre.teen Ross Allen, veteran authority on Can ,
Ballet Class in the I reptiles at Florida Silver
'Twas a time you were contented, .
Auditorium at 4:30 p.m., Julanne Springs. I
Something started, something
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f fje ffllace' Saloon And Then finished palace your the clouds dreams! fell were o'er.your all. hfirwlthESBeans 300 Can 19; I mix 'em or match 'emSAVE I


'- One Block From City Docks 10 EA. :. DEEP SOUTH
Then along that ,endless highway ,
Dancing Nightly To Your Favorite Tunes Footsteps echoed, drawing near, Grape Jam 2"- 39x GolilelHominy

In Air-Conditioned Comfort Till step they, stood upon your door Blackeyed Peas

Serving The Finest Of BeveragesBOILED Bringing anguish, causing tear! DEEP SOUTH o Baby Butter leans -

SHRIMP 'KOSHER SANDWICHES But tomorrow Oh, tomorrow Great Northern Beans BUSH
HAM ON RYE BARBECUE Ne'er again you'll toss and tumble, Peanut Butter 4o'- Jar 99 x Navy Beans,
For where you'll be !lives no 300
nightmare, t Pinto Beans 7.
Not a whisper, not a numble. SAVE 5* EA. ASTOR t Pork and Beans cans

There you'll walk among the Fruit Cocktail 5 303Canss1. Spaghetti : T ,

fJ7te JltatJlOiIn noble, .
::. And the kings of yesteryear,
Who stand bold as mighty oaks SAVE St EA. ASTOR CHOICE FRESH RED

A Magnificent Mountain SettingOld Never do,crumble, never sere. Bartlett Pears 5 303 Cans l. Emperor Grapes 2 29x

Lives a deep and peaceful quiet,

Where you'll travel one day nighNe'er SAVE. Wit! EA. '. THRIFTY MAS FRESH .
again to fear the l living;

When bye you! Jan bid sweet ReynoldsThe earth good.j Cut Beets : 30. Can W Sweet Potatoes 4 49


s, f _' 4 \ I Ida's the Allen's world's Silver. Reptile largest Springs Institute is producer currently at Flor-of: Loaf Bread 214.oz Loaves 29 Red Apples 2 LbL 39

i venom for medical purposes. This
4 laboratory furnished 90 per cent ;
of the venom used by the U. S. .
/rmed Forces in World War II.
World Charm-wonderful food-gorgeous, Bridal

Suit dancing, bridge, bingo, movies, shuffleboard, Dozier & Gay JLari. Eggs 2 Doz. $ !

Olympic size pool, art lesons, ,and rock: hunting-near OnekoteWhite .

golf courses-antique and craft shops Biltmore Enamel :

Estate Mountain trails drives
-pleasing Crates.

Write Harry Tracy, The InnkeeperThe $5.50 Gal. ONLY 1,200 STAMPS FILL

.tft Mar! Charlotte Street in Asheville, .. E-Z PIC YOUR %$ COLLECTORS BOOK
: Tiorth Carolina

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