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Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: January 10, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Since 1858 Absorbed by Purchase Merger or Succession. The Florida News, Th East floridian, The Peninsula The Fernandina Courier, The Island City Feriaadina Observer Fernandina Express The Fernandina News. The Florida Mirror, The Nassau County Star, The News, The Fernandina Record w
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E Huge Crowd Is Expecte J toAOend Dedication










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largest and most gala cele- The Chamber of Commerce announced

bratipn ever stayed in Fernandins today that plans arc, J1r77ii
k; zK I Beach is set for Saturday and complete for the two-day celebration / \

Sunday of this week with a hug ,. CA of the dedication of the
crowd expected .to be in attend tL Florida Marine Welcome Station
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( ance.The occasion is the dedicatior here.Activity will begin on Saturda

(/0.t11Mt of the Florida Marine WeTconi< feiat"<' afternoon with boat races at the

: Station, first of its kind in the city dock area. The races are be
/essaM { c world. ing staged by Sheriff H. J. Yo ngblood's -

/.4 ; nOfC l'ft.k ; The Welcome Station and ar Nassau County Water Pa-
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> adjacent Marina are being constructed trot
1 1. by the City of Fernan The Saturday races will be for c ',$

.,. .,.: dina Beach at a cost of over a Family Boat classes with motorsup f 1
; <<< < <;$ / quarter million dollars. to 100 h.p., and racing class

The Welcome Station, after dedication boats with motors also up to IOC

will be staffed and operated -
: :: WENDELL JARRAKD h.p.The
.. -- ....+M .. : by the Florida Development feature event of the 2-daj
.awn. --
Commission in the same I race program will be a free-for-all
I ERXANDINIIKACH WAS IN THE EYE of many, many New Yorkers and visit-t tOt I I: manner as the highway welcome : Mrs. Now just prior to the dedication cere

$j plhat city tost week who looked into the Florida Showcase window in Rockefeller stations.All Sawyer mony Ion Sunday The drivers ,will]

Center. The display dwelt entirely with this city and the upcoming dedication l types of craft that travel be competing for a $250 first

of'the' Florida Marine Welcome Station here. Pictured are the old anchor and ship's the Intracoastal Waterway from ; Assistant Veep At prize donated by Hugh F. Stone,,

wheel along with some netting from Standard Hardware Co., that was sent up for the the East to Key West are expected Jr. Trophies will be awarded i in

exhibit. At left are 'pictures of Ben Sorensen, local mayor at the time of the groundbreaking to avail themselves of the services ; Florida NotionalMrs. all races.
for the station, Wendell Jarrard and Miss Florida at last summer's cere- offered, including the proverbial Following the Saturday races a THE FLORIDA MARINE WELCOME STATION is just

30,000People a day are supposed to pass the window. free Florida orange juice,, fish, fry will be held at the city; another of the many firsts that have occurred in Fernan
....9.n1pproximately navigational charts and maps and Bertie B. Sawyer has docks. This event is open to the. dina Beach. See below for a number of others, as com*.'.
general information on the water been promoted to Assistant Vic< public and is being staged by the piled by the local American Legion Post: '

February 9th Set Commission ways and other features of the President of the Florida Nation:: Fernandina Beach Boat Club.
E il/faml/III' City stata. I Bank at Fernandina Beach, according Following the fish fry a free TilE FIRST and only city in the United States to have served under"
"Miss NassauCounty"
For
The Florida Development Commission II to an announcement bj dance will be held at the Muni eight (8) flags.
I THE FIRST city in Florida to record a deep water harbor. _
ContestThe Votes To Request has invited a number ol I L. A. Ferreira, president, imma cipal Auditorium, beginning at 1{S) THE FIRST city in Florida to be invaded. by Federal Troops, Civil
I dignitaries, entertainment celebri diately following the regula) p.m. and lasting until 1 a.m. II War. -
date for the 5th Annual 14th ties, leading boating editors and 'I' meeting of the Board of Director George Ludwig's Orchestra, oi THE FIRST Municipal Organization in the State of Florida under
School 1 St.
Miss Nassau High M
County ; Paving members of their staffs, news on January 8. Jacksonville, will provide the the dominion of the United States
fi Beauty Contest has been set for I men. TV and radio coverage and Ferreira stated, "that Mrs music. THE FIRST officer elected, M. A. Mot, in the United States by Universal -
February 9 at 8:00: p.m.' at the suffrage and to have his election recognized by the high
The Fernandina Beach City members of yachting and boating; Sawyer has been a valued em On Sunday visiting dignitaries
Fernandina Beach Recreation Cen I'Commission, meeting last night in clubs all along the Waterway.The ployee cf the bank for the past I will be guests at a luncheon at< est Judicial Authority of the Nation.
THE FIRST Florida Mayor. M. A. Mot, of Fernandina was liYt'crn in
ter.Plans for another regular bi-monthly session, voted yacht of Mrs. Teresa Cas thirty thrEe years, and has giver Seaside Inn. office by Chief Justice Salmon 1). Chase of (the United States
underway
iW i- WC-Wf That's about all I ca? I event are and all girls in grades i unanimously to request the paving tro (of the Castro Convertible of herself to the bank and the I At 12:30 the feature boat race, Supreme Court.
for the possibilities the big i of Fourteenth Street. manufacturing family which has: general public far beyond the .call i a free-for-all of 15 laps over the I THE FIRST Cross State Railroad terminus was in Fernandina, whichran
.! say dedication Sunday of the world's I 9,12 who, are interested in entering ; The, street in question, which considerable holdings. in Florida) l' .ofdutyJ'x I 2-mile harbor race course, will be between Fernandina and Cedar, Keys, Florid.
the should. be making :A I
first making welcome,jtation. Miss' ; contest} i leads from the South city limitsto will be one of the largest craft He t'other added, "we are exjiremely run.. THE FIRST Regular U. S, Mail service was between, Fernandina and
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? plans now for a sponsor. _. Florida. < _, >> :
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UZ.Yiss Florida and Miss the West entrance "bf 'Fort' here and 'will' have important. I happy to announce this. t ff
1 \ THE FIRST Custom House in the United .States. at foot 'o( CenterStreet
Seminole should add enough Clinch State Park, has been declared part in the ceremony. I promotion and )look forward tc' High School Band, rated "as tops commanded by Henry Johnson, "grandfather W.,TjpJL,,
) glamour for almost anyone but I Port Authority a seconary road by the The 100-ft yacht is rated as a many more years of pleasant association throughout the state, will present Steger.ilocal pharmacist. ;. T.

there will be lots, lots more for Names New OfficersAt State Road Department and funds showpiece with its mink-trimmed with Bertie." a concert. They will be followed THE FIRST Tourist Hotel in Florida was the Egmont Hotel", said to'
everyone to see and hear. Press, for the paving will have to come interior and plush fittings. Mrs. Mrs. Sawyer is a member of the by the local chapter of the Socie be the finest furnished and best equipped in the South: <-

TV and radio coverage will maKe ReorganizationThe from the Nassau County Commission Castro will have as her guests, National Association of Ban] ty for the Preservation' and En 'THE FIRST and only newspaper I recording a bull .fight held !.Flor,

national event and it behooves while here, Florida Commissionerof Women, and has served as chair- couragement of Barber Shop ida.THE .
this "a Ocean Highway and Port i naval lumber and 'general
and singing in America in FIRST shipment of cotton, stores,
Conner
Agriculture Doyle of the Jacksonville Group. Quartet
)+ every local citizen to join Authority met this week and In other business the Commis- man merchandise by sea going vessels was made from Feriundini.;''
rend
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Inand swell the crowd to the named officers for the coming sion okayed the use of the muni Mrs. Conner. The yacht is expected A lso appointed ttf serve for the several appropriate numbers, THE FIRST shipment of arms and ammunition consigned to Cuban
bursting'point cipal airport for the third run- to dock here Friday night. ensuing year were: Charles B ered in their'inimitable style. Insurrection made from the Port of Fernandina, also the
year. Beauties who will be here for Norton, Chairman of the Board At 2:00 the dedication ceremony
C. B. (Pete) Ingram'was named ning of'the' Golden Crown Prix. I ;; first seizure of such cargoes.
to marvel at the occasion include Miss U.S.A., I L A. Ferreira, President; Rudolph with Gordon T. Butler, executive I THE FIRST commercial ice plant was in Fernandina.
I never cease chairman E. E. (Gene) Lasserre. The annual sports car races are
Macel "Leilani" Wilson of Hono Hardee, Vice-President; James N. secretary' of the Florida League THE FIRST*long distance telephone call in the State of Florida was
Wendell Jarrard and Company: at is secretary and H. W. Fishier, staged by the Junior Chamber of
lulu, Hawaii; Miss Florida, Gloria Melton, Cashier; Helen E. Griffin of Municipalities, as master'of frcm Fernandina to Jacksonville. .'
the Florida Development Commission. Ben Sorensen is the Commerce and they requested use **
attorney retiring will with Invocation THE FIRST city zoning planning in the United States.
Brody of Jacksonville, who also and Helen Robson, Assistant ceremonies, begin an
These think and act at of 'the from Feb. 28 Fernandina..
boys chairman. race course Dozier THE FIRST sweet potato flour plant in Florida was at
John ,,
Rev.
mile-a-minute pace and Florida's Charles Bennett was installedas through March 4. lent her loveliness to the groundbreaking Cashiers. by THE FIRST driving and bathing beach in Florida. ."
rapid growth i is a tribute 'to their a new member of the group. Jim Beatty and John Thompson ceremony here last Summer At the annual ,Shareholders pastor of the 'First Presbyterian THE FIRST shark skin and liver oil plant in the Southeast part of
and Miss Seminole, fairest also held January 8, Robert Church of this city. -
soul Meeting the United States.
constant efforts. If there is.i a He successful in last year'selection appeared in the Jaycees behalf.
was
ii> the USA who doesn't know I for the seat held by Pete The Commissioners heard the flower of the Florida Seminole E. Phinney, John T. Ferreira, Next will be the Presentation THE FIRST Menhaden Fish plant, manufacturing fish oil .and poultry -
be Indian nation. L. A. Ferreira, Charles B. Norton of the Colors by American Legion feed was established in Fernandina.
aboutflorida theywon't un- Jones. D. Johnson is the final reading of an ordinance extending
Harry Continued Two THE FIRST canning and glass packaging of shrimp was in .Fernan-
With Miss Seminole will be and Rudolph Hardee, were re- ( on Page )
'I' ziWar for long They've al l>o in- fifth member. the hours of bars at the ; dina. *..
i ift&tO foreign: campaign andlMft.isitol'S The body discussed plans for beach from 1 a.m. to 2 a.m. and i Billy Osceola, head of the Sem elected as Directors for the coming THE r1R T drying! of shrimp heads and shrimp shells ***

from other nations increased efforts to secure a the,. ordinance was passed. inole nation, in full ceremonial > year. McKendree; SpeaksAt -.-- ...

$ ejected to soon; be a com- bridge from Fernandina Beach to The Board voted to authorize costume. Timber Grower's

<.*'(Continued' on Page Two) i St. Mary's. (Continued on Page Two) Rocky 3Iarciano, one time and "Stork" Rauschert Takes 25th Anniversary =

... ... '- -' '. heavyweight boxing champ Delayed Monthly Meeting

;. .__ '.,...-. ",.. .' .. owner of travel agencies in Flor I i
1 o' "i''t''v', :< ;,h ''- ..! r :i''t" t''1" : .Lii'' for ida,the is expected dedication.to fly in in time I Delivers 1 st Baby Eddie Nassau McKendree County, ,tax was assessorof guest I.. Office Monday As March\ Of Dimes .r-

: \ i : (Continued On Page Two). speaker at the monthly meetingof

.., ,N. .' ''.. Of Year January 3 the Northeast Florida Timber Kiwanis President ,, Opens In County JM Iii
; ',' ".'.f::; Growers Association. *
.i :'." :., 't'. II. 'i.:j$>, ';<..,r:\s". Chamber Hears "Mr. Stork" was evidently delayed Howard Hammond, president of BY TOMMY HALL I "The 25th Anniversary Marjji:

'.' ,. ;r : in Fernandina the body, presented McKendree to The Fernandina Beach Kiwanis. of Dimes this January promise
reaching
,' t .tV' v ':' Final Dedication arrival of the the association members.The Club held its annual installation to be the most successful *ra
Beach after the
: .' "< :.y of meeting was held in Callahan of officers Monday night at Seaside III years," Paul Bibb, Nassau Coun
first
; the baby ,
as
new year
of Kiwanians
at the Fairgrounds. Inn, with the wives ty Chairman, said today. -*

( ." 1 ". Plans TuesdayMeeting January 1963 was 3.not delivered here until present for the occasion. :I "Our campaign this year -is
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r t The proud parents are Ruby and Rummage NeededFor Bryan Rauschert, incoming I I'Give for the Life of a Child1

;. Tuesday in regular Carlos Carter of 403 South 15th president for 1963, was installedand Bibb said, "and we're asking residents -
monthly session, the Fernandina Sale Slated received the from Reed.
.. I St., who received their 3rd child,, gavel of Nassau County to do.
Beach-Yulee Chamber of Com a 7 pound, 7 ounce boy, John For Piano Fund Lewellen, retiring president, wao just that. t.
t merce heard a discussion of the the club with distinction
arrived i served : needs than
Paul The little lad at I I "Nobody help mere
final plans for the dedication of DeSandro Recreation the 1962
Sandy City for year.
children and
Memor
crippled to
4 rD 10:45: p.m. at Humphreys I maay
t \ Y. the Florida Marine Welcome Station ial Hospital Director, has asked the News Installing officer was past are not able to obtain the kind

r. on Sunday. The baby's sister is Sharon Leader to assist in a request for president, Stan Tarlton, who ,pin. ,'of care they're entitled to. Bit
Members of the dedication steering articles for a rummage sale for : ned a presidents button on Rauj- .
fits Ann, 6, and brother is David following the pattern of iU tri
age t
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'm! committee Thos. J. Shave, Jr., the Senior Citizens Club. chert and gave him a resume: of the f
old umph polio $
Michael, three years I : over March :
4 Reed Lewellen J. E. (Gene) Wea- Mrs. Carter is the former Miss Proceeds will be used to purchase the many opportunities available .Dimes is working to solve this
therford and Ray Caldwell reported for the at I Kiwanis in the civic life of this :
i j Ruby Tomlinson, daughter of Mrs. a piano lounge to I problem where the need is greatest
on a trip to Tallahassee Monday the Recreation Center, where the : community. !
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> I i Millie Tomlinson and the late Mr. I in the folds of birth defects
I t ; I for a last minute discussion I Tomlinson of Hilliard. "Daddy" is club meets and group singing is Tarlton assured his fellow members : and arthritis Bit.. de
t of details with the Development of enjoyed. The piano will be available I that the club was being clared. -
: \ I employed by Container Corp. ,
4 (! Committee. I America. for other groups who also launched into the new year in i The appointment of Mrs. Marvin
T:1 : i Albert Birth, Commander of I: use the lounge for meetings and capable hands, as he also installed : Jenkins &i chairman of He

I : American Legion Post 54, reported _socials. I Bill Webb as pres. elect, and Jack 25th Anniversary Mothers' March
on the Presentation of the A. S. Allan's Staging Articles may be left at the Recreation Vann, a* the new secretary. 1 nor the larch of Dime, has bejn

r Jfr'Y a I Colors' ceremony for the dedication Annual White Goods : Center, or will'be picked i Coming as a surprise to Exteen ; announced. Mrs. Jenkins said her

.s' and presented A. M. 'White, up by calling 261-5261 or. 261- Corbett, retiring secretary, was lint task is to recruit as my
lI i Jr., of Jacksonville' Post 88, who And Clearance Sale I 421.I : I the award which Tailton made, ; volunteers as possible to maiden
will be captain of the honor I citing him as outstanding Kiwan- !
; : In an advertisement in this Issue I January 21. She naked the

1 guard. A. S. Allan is announcing thetore's : Open House Sunday I ian of the }ear. wishing to serve to call her home
Both assured that their part'of
I annual White Goods Sale ( On Page 2)) (Continued On Page 2)) -
: Iw the has been worked out Palace Saloon ntinUed.
t. ceremony I .
I .,, ,: I an January Clearance. I ,
and should be impressive.
.. : The ad cites big reductions and Blue Seas Will I -
I I Claude! Wingate reported on the Immediately following the dedication I Church Requests ,:
bargains in all of the
departments
: fish fry to be staged by the F store.
oChildren's
said Welcome Station Sunday afternoon .
Beach Boat Club and i on .
I rCilECK FOR 3-30, as first prize in the boat races here this weekend, is handled togfeJcJff i '
i that all was in readine f. the Palace Saloon will hold j In an advertisement in this Issue : Clothing
H. J. Yoiingblood b)y Hugh: F. Stone, Jr., local Standard Oil Dealer. The $230'will Curt Lasserre also gave an ,affirmative : other Furniture Co. Open House. : Jeff Bowers announces that wA

'go to the winner in the feature race, a free-forall; on Sunday just prior to dedication report on arrangements In Clearance : In an ad in this issue, the gen.'eral : the Blue Seas Restaurant will reopen I request is made this we k by

of the Florida Marine Welcome Station The races are being staged by the I for the Saturday night dance ; January public is invited to visit the on Friday. !the Church of God of Prophecy,

.i i ( Sheriffs Nassau County Water I Patrol Left to right, Sheriff Youngblood Deputy Clayton Sanders is in charge of ; Mather Furniture Co. is advertising ; Palace, oldest and most historic The beach restaurant has been :''I for the donation of childiyu

JotoBodine, Chuck Flenniken, Chamber of Commerce president, J.: E. (Gene) WeatheVfofd Ae luncheon on Sunday for visitng : a January Clearance in this 'saloon in Florida, and view the. I closed since before the holiday 1 1I clothing from infant sizes to age

ThoSe J. Shave Jr., and Stone. Weatherford and Shave are members of the + dignitaries and said that de- I. .sue. Roy Key store manager, : famous paintings and bar. while the Bower vacationed at j 12.

I Chamber's' steering committee for the dedication ceremony. Pictured also are trophies ails are being worked out. I aye that bargains may be'found t No alcoholic beverages. will be I various points in Florida and attended -'I Donations will be picked up bj

that will be awarded for other. winners.: in .t h e 2-day, race., program, _" : (,Continued, OnPae:,'2))...: OP all.'furniture ia the store.. soli :. : t _.. the'Orange', .. .Bowl... in' ,Miami. calling 261-5119 or, 261-5436.
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FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER' .. Bodies hr Coming yell' MrS4 JulNf 'MiNer First Family Record .

511 !SIt STREET PHONES 368. 3C87 .. County Reorganize RegStfrice( $3.9$ { '

A John ii. Perry Newspaper Laid To 'Rest Here Chuck's Price $2.98

JUT Caldwell, Editor an: hlanPf I :<
of three county bodies and !! Mrs. Julia Wiles Muller, S3, I; Chuck's TV6QJ Ash StI .
EDITORIAL, the installation of two new board
was laid to rest in Bosque Bella
@IMI---1 1NATIONAL A C TI N r, $ ty members.r Cemetery last Friday, following
li UL: P t ,.. 'f r7t"NE Tuesday morning: the County i funeral service at the First Baptist ;

nogABC r Commission! was reorganized for Church at*3:30 p.m. The Rev. Now Is The Time To I

--. AUDITEb PAID CIRCULATION ., the coming year and John B.; Hig 1 James T. Dunnam officiated. He I
Repair
:mUshed every Thursday and entered at the Post Office ginbotham was installed in office : was assisted by Rev. Loren Williams Remodel or

-Eernandina Beach Florida, as second class mail matter. ar Commissioner from the Mil- I of Jacksonville: ; .former pastas I
-- 1 1' Hard He succeeds Kelly .
Subscription Rates: a area. I here,, .; ': 1 36
=. $4 a year $2.25 6 months $1.25 3 Months -' I(,1 Walker veteran of 12 years ,on : '" 1I
Mrs., Mullet,_ the oldest member
= $4.50 a year out of county l ..: the Board. :
e tr i' Harry Poole was renamed of the First, Baptist Churchpass I ---J" Months
!I ed January 2 at Humphreys
away
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rwc .1|chairman and Jim Thomas was -- To Pay
l a r Memorial! HpspjtaL She was also I
Mi5SU.S.Ai'iss: : Wendell Jarrard named vice-chairman. Other members a member of the Woman's Mis- I I s i
I} ''a r fd. are W. N. Galphin and! Herb I I sionary'Socfeti
I Lumber
McKendree. I Fernandina f
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i y ? I The Board renamed' Thos. : J. She Is survived by a sister, Mrs. & Supply h

Ted-Williams- baseball'and fish Post 54 of Fernandina Beach, 'I Shave, Jr., as 'Board attorney,II Grace Grimm of St. Petersburg. I" Sooth 3rd St. Phne 26i-3fi41
under Commander. Albert Hfrth, brother, John S. Wiles of New
a
fng gTftt, who has adopted Flor Angelo Scussell as road superintendent ,
ida aa.his part time home has ex- | and the Jacksonville Post 88. \:4er ,. Mercury Kavouklis as Smyrna Beach; six nieces: including I --- -
Chaplain A. M. White of the Jacksonville
Sirs. Arnold
Md' Dena Mrs. Geneva

press+ a desire to accept his in- ( county prosecutor and Thos. G. I
Post and the Northeast
,'itatiQLand will probably be in 1i Hair as Veterans Service Officer.On Tomlinson and Mr*. Rebecca
\ Area of Florida will be of
captain
attendance. : Tuesday night the Board ,off : Strickland, all of FernandinaI
the honor guard. i i IIAUKY POOLE FRANK WALTERS CLIFF BRANDIES f Public Instruction held its annual !i i I Beach; and four nephews.
Macity managers and The local has Commission! Chairman School) Board Chairman Hospital Board Chairman head.t
post arranged a
with Pallbearers members of
Chamber officials from all along II I ___ reorganization meeting i I I were I tI t-
the I.1neoastal waterway have unique ceremony as a feature of I---- n : School Superintendent John Weis- i I the Board of Deacons of the First i iL

ainounttd intentions to attend the Presentation of Colors. 'I I Ramblin' I I per I I: Baptist Church. Fi

and nfjffly! have promoted flotillas Legionnaires will be dressed in D. H. BythewoodS Just Gaines Funeral : Frank E.. Walters' of Fernan I ,
costumes depicting the eras Fer- I II I i ding Beach',was named chairman,
from 2Eur clubs. : : t
yacht
1 nandina Beach was under 8flays. (Continued from Page One) Held !succeeding J. W. Higginbothamof i City Commission
Held I At
rvices
medication ceremony will be At I monplace site in Florida. Their i Tuesday ,
Each Legionnaire will carry I. '' Cailnhan-'Charle. : B., Jones, of.
carriednational television efforts for Fernandina Beach ill' >
as a
oMbe show with a replica of the original flag. I the Welcome Station I i 'II the Fiye Points area, was named (Continued from Page One)
part Today regard to
Methodist I Five Points Church Fishier
Following the Presentation of i!! ChurchFuneral : ;I'vie& chairman: ; and H. W. ; i
HuglOSwns narrator. It Ii and attendant deserving ,
as is Colors, Mayor EL J. Smith will publicity are was renamed:&s attorney. the city manager ,to sign an I, Kids get a bead start on
also rprobability that one or ; of a heartfelt "thanks". I i I the 1 l growing up with "jumpingjuvenile" '
: with Seaboard
more Jfifmbers of the Today show II issue a' welcome to all in attend j was held Tuesday at 2 l i Funeral for }William J. Gaines, !I' VanZant'of Other members Hilliard are and Hubert Walter I agreement Railroad Co. whereby an, ease- life insurance. Pro

may boJn attendance. ance. p.m. at Memorial Methodist We're sure to be famous after I i 55, was held Tuesday at i:3 0 pm.! ment that' had been granted the tects now,ballets cash values
3acksonville TV stations I Thos. J. Shave, Jr., local attor- Church for Daniel Hardy Bythe Sunday but Boulougnais getting at the Five Points Baptist Church,. Murray of O'Neal. A AE| railroad would be returned to the I' Coverage jumps five-fold at

will have crews here as will :' ney and member, of the dedication wood, 80, who passed tway Saturday about equal fame but in a less i I with Rev. J.' W. Keen, pastor. ,. of I Wednesday noon the 'Humphreys' E I icity. The easement concerned a I age 21, at same low prem-
steering committee, will handle! i' night. Rev. John. Louis complimentary vein. I d'a call ficiating. Interment followed in Memorial Hospital Board ium. Let us tell you more;
WESH-TV of Daytona Beach and 'I i dedicated street between the new
I' the introduction of all visiting and I II. Jones, pastor, officiated. Interment from United Press-International I Bosque Bello Cemetery. i net: and reorganized, after seat
Orlando, marina and ,the railroad'and the '
Fox, ..Movietone News will havea I.' local dignitaries. I II' I tery. was in .Bosque Bello Ceme I yesterday and they wanted a rundown I I'i Sunday Mr. Gaines morning.He passed. away here ing Fernandina T. T. (Tommy Beach )as.Hernandez a new memo of I property is j necessary to the. new WOOTEN'Insurance .
The dedicatory address will be on the efforts of Senator installation I
appear new, here and the event will I' given by Wendell Jarrard, chairman Mr. Bythewood was a member Harry Stratton and State Repre was a member of the Five ber. Hernandez was elected to the i A license was granted to Caroline :I Agency
theatres the
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I Points Church and Hobein seat vacated by T. H. (Tom) t
I -director of the Florida De- of Memorial Methodist Church I sentative Claude Wingate to abolish Baptist I P. Smith for the sale of beer I CALL ELLEN SHANK
country. velopment Commission. lIe will be and of the Dave Partin Bible that city. I told them all I Lodge, Knights ,of Pythias.He Goolsby, who did not seek reelection I and wine at 2045 S. Fletcher AVe-

Jack Seville, associate editor of presented by Nassau County Senator Class. I knew of the situation as has been is survived by hn widow, I' i nue. I 261-5503 ,
Rudder .Magazine, will be here as Mrs. Pauline Morris Gaines Cliff Brandies, of Callahan, was
I Harry Stratton. previously run in the News- I ; one
He is survived by his widow
will j pajp Phillips, art director of : After the address by Jarrard, Mrs Hanchen S. Bythewood;,: Leader. The Jacksonville Journal son, Hinton Gaines, Fernandina 1 named as chairman of the Board. I-
Motorboating magazine and many t i I Beach two grandchildren, Cecil I Louis Ferreira was renamed secretary '"
and the Times-Union have also ;
a novel christening will three daughters, Mrs. M. V. Jordan
ceremony -
others in this field are expectedto and Barbara wines sister I and Thos. J. Shave, Jr.,
see the mayor of Trenton, New Portsmouth, N. H., Mrs. R. picked up the story (carried in the ; one : Ii
sltloat.up. All hive carried full I Jersey, (northernmost end of the W. Mack, Newtonville, Mass., and News-Lea er in Dec) and aired I Mrs. Carrie ,Bozeman of Ocala; was renamed" attorney.
page color ads on the Welcome two brothers, Ernest and Frank .Other members are Emory i
it this week. I have been given to ,
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Station and the dedication.The I certain both of St. Augustine; two half- Walker pf'tfulee and 'B C. Lewis, <
understand that Boulougne .
mayor of Key West, Fla., (Southernmost Beach; one son, Daniel Hardy '
entire Florida Development I end of the Waterway) Bythewood, Jr., Watertown, Mass.; i residents are prepared to battleto I I brothers, Dennis Stembridge of I of- Hilliard. PAINT
Commission staff will be hand !
on St. Augustine and ,J. W, Stem
bottles of .. the finish to their "
simultaneously break one sister, Mrs. J .. Q. Hodges, preserve I
with their usual fine film and Question What was one thing ,
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bridge, Jr. of'T Gal
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water from their respective locales Savannah, 'Ga.; one brother, Rus- municipality. Stratton and Win- ; WALL < A ? PORCH &
news'Torerage, This group includes i iover foster sisters Mrs. Aline which! Franklin. Roosevelt, Har- $2 9S'
maintain that the small Phelps, $3
Gal. .
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the Welcome sell M. Bythewood, Kansas City, LATEX .7 J .
DECK FOR
Jim Sumpter, head of the i Aftr the ceremony Open House I Kan. 16 grandchildren and eight municipality is not in the best i in Mrs. Verna Hannan and :Mrs. I ry S. Truman, Dwight D. Eisenhower I
tourist division: John Ward, head ; Maggie Ward all 'of and .and John F. Kennedy WHITE ,
will be held at the Welcome! Sta: great-grandchildren. terests of Florida and they will i Tiftonj: & NEW SPRING CONCRETE AND
of the"'Welcome Station division: tion.. Inside,. visitors will find a Pallbearers were Carl Borges, introduce bill in the next sessionto two. foster brothers, May' Stem- agreed. upon? :COLORS WOOD PATIOS
Bob Mcllenry, Jake Johnson, 'Elgin bridge of Savannah, Ga. 'and ] Answer The March, of Dimes. ..
abolish that ,Bu- .
display provided by Container K. E. Keiter, Dan Griffin, Cars} city. : NEW AND USED FURNITURESHIELL'S -
White and others.A '* '* rfe Stembridge of Tifton. AH four Presidents met March of
commemorating their
; Corporation Schmidt, Howard Vanzant andCuy
number of entertainment "Dim!!! children< and praised The .SWAP SHOP 4'
25th' anniversary of manufacturingpaper Dudley. Congrats to "Uncle Bob" Tarl- Foundation for .
celebrities including singer Julius National\ its accomplishments. ;
and its products here. Honorary pallbearers were ton, veteran baseball scout for Chamber Phone 2614572T. ,
LaRosa/- are expected to come Hears % ;
up ::1 The program has been arranged members of the Dave Partin Bible the :Minnesota Twins on his 82nd .
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Miami .
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Beach if schedules can be worked by the Chamber's dedication Class. birthday Tuesday. Best wishes (Continued from Pae_ .One)), j\ .' I
steering committee ,and the FlorIda for' many, many: more. ,
out. ?;,. Other Hear .
Development Commission.Reed phases of the ceremony :L
Ed Sullivan was invited but his Leuellen and Thos. J, Lambert J.J Louy "i I George Tyson told me of visit- were alsok;discussed and it was the V.REPAIRSWashing.
show live from Miami '
jjl be The Pastor's
}} Shave, Jr., are co-chairmen of ing in Newberry, S, C. during the ,I concensus of ,opinion that all 1s. in I Study

expected Beach that to night.acknowledge However his* he: invitation i il- the committee On Monday' I ew- '! Passes In ChicagoLambert holidays and going hunting -with readiness for the. event, ,i Ret i:'flail; Humphreys Machines and All!! Appliances .
Gene Wea- tIn other business PresidentChuck' ,
k ellen Shave, J. E. ( l !. Ralph Rowe and Billy O'DelL +II I' : i iI
during his program. I therfoid and Ray Caldwell were ]! i I expect to see Ralph and all ,the Flenniken called on Dan i I 8:30 ,A.M.. ALL MODELS *. ALL MAKES
in Tallahassee for a last minute J. Louy Industrial!I other Minnesota Twins baseball ,Paugherty for,a report on the advance j\ \ .
conference with the Development Relations Manager. Container i I membership drive and bei i I : '
I I managers, coaches, scouts etc, ,. Monday Thru Friday
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IC Commission to discuss late devel I CorporatioA of America, suffered j! soon ,as spring training is almost< revealed that about 50.
v opments. a. fatal heart attack in Chicago,.', here. Ralph, managed Fort Walton their memberships, I I
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The dedication program is ex- Illinois( on Sunday, January 6.. ;t; Beach to 2nd 'place in the 1 I 'I ,WRAP. 1 YOUR G.E. DEALER
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pected to receive nation-wide''I Mr. Louy had handled. the labor | Florida-Alabama League last sea F d'Af < .: 1570 lc.C. : 261-5022 Any Time 30 North 3rd Street .
press, TV and radio. coverage ,I negotiations at the Fernandina j son and has hopes of managing :; Jr Home. ,1 1 4- ,? ,

II I Beach properties for the past. Orlando this year in the Florida ., .. J ; --" ---- !... --'-'-- ,. ._ ._
L f 1' yy The National foundation-March ,; eighteen years. State League. Billy O'Dell had -- -- irraflt ---

4 of Dimes} marking its 25th anniversary j Funeral services were held at fine year last season with the : :......N.NN..N.u.u.. ..........!....... .!.... .,!....!........... .!.........................................................................,............. .......
of service to the American -' St John of the Cross. Church in I Giants, winning 19. Ralph says he ::

1KEEP o people this January, now finances I Western Springs, Illinois at 11:00: I can hardly wait for some of those. ..

0'If FROM BETWEEN research and patient aid A.M. Wednes y. I Il fine Fernandina Beach oysters. : ::1': I. CHEVROLET Keeps Going Great "
I programs in the areas of birth de'I '* "

PARKED CARS feats, arthritis and polio Patronize Our Advertisers 1 1I Jeff Bowers has a large numberof ., '
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I .n official Florida greeter buttons i ;i.; No wonder Chevrolet! is so popular with a choice like this: the luxurious Jet-smooth; .
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.:. the beach Stop by and, piCKup I1 i ; ,,. Chevrolet. ,r lively 19wprfced'Ch. vy II,. sporty rear-engine Co rvalr, and ,. .'

one to wear Saturday and Sunday $I i ::: : two new versions, of.'America's only all-out sports Corvette.
the dedication of the Waterway % : car "'
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Tom Digby installed the directors .: ; I
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/ill r I to award the perfect attendance ,

tabs to a long list of Kiwanians. 4l ,

FLORIDA MARINE I Fred Cook program chairman,
presented Miss Lucy Dyal and i '

.r.. I Miss Louise Rauschert in a music :. .: 't

MM i I recital chairman Jack for the Woodward Rubinoff general concert i.i beauty Chevrolet ride and Juipda Sport Coupe- i Chevy 11 Nova 400 Station Wagon- i .

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Jo s.Hewitt Nuptials Held December Meets Helen Hayes January' Circle 8 Miss Arnold Weds Robert Lee BarberMrs. Mrs Hostess'Monday Leroy Jones. =, united In Marriage DecenbeV21P


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With Mrs. Bennett For Circle MeetingThe -

i i The Helen Hayes Circle of ihe 2 yy Julia fuller 'Circle of First< 1 :::-"', ,:

J 4 kY :First Baptist Church met Janflar Baptist Church ,met.January .8 ,at _, .
A v kY? b.Ya N 3 at the home of Mrs. J. C. Ber be! home of ,Mrs. Leroy Jones. !

w' nett, Jr., with Mrs. Roy Key as ere were six members presentnd 1t ;

cohostess.The one visitor, Mrs. James' Dun

:: devotion was given by Mr: MY ram l p
y ,y .tY | W. G. Carmen, taken from Ephesians r-t The devotional, "God's OverrulTJ %k' ,
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4:13. Mrs. Jack Hamric Problems,? was given by Mrs. ,
opened with prayer. Ms Hig 'nbothant, ,She' closed by I Y
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The program, "Christian Wilnessing eading an inspiring prayer. 'I an

I ; ," was given by Mrs. lke The program, "Christian Witnessing -I
j Shiver, Mrs. Leroy :McKee, Mr30; ," was presented by Mrs. r Vt

r y J. C. Bennett, Jr., Mrs. Roy Key f a2r Philip Stewart. A special offering t ... .

and Mrs. L. C. Sapp.In I 'o be presented to the Church .e..

absence of the chairman, the Building Fund, was taken in me : ; ,
co-chairman: Mrs. Bennett, pre a loriam for Mrs, fuller, ""'J'"- '

1 sided'over the business meeting Mrs Willie Watson. "reported ,on &' M,*
Committee reports were given and :.he birthday, gift and Christmas I
discussed. Mrs. Hamrick announced check which was sent to the cir-

there would be a mission stud; le's, adopted child at the Baptist I

book, "The Chains Are Strong' ; y Children's Home..' .

to be taught at the church in Feb : A book study' of "The Chains
r Yoa + Strong" will be, held February -
k : ruary. Ia' .re S y
All members who have not f ; : 19, Four members volunteeredto
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:Wv given to the Lottie Moon Offerin,; < serve. as,hostesses for. the Sunbeams ',,, "

':; are asked to please do so. The I! : during the. coming' month. \

.' : cation Fund was stressed and the y Dorcas Class Meets '
I 5 I Community Mission project for: Jt 1? : Ii ':\ "
i With Mr Haddock
K f. January is to replenish the church $. $ .<

j1 % pantry. All members. are urged< r The Dorcas Sunda' ? School Fe 'J .
I to participate. Class of First Baptist Church
The hostesses served refresh met Monday .January 7th,, at'the ;. ': t. ;' ,

$ ments during the social hour, to< home of Mrs. J., B. Haddock r with ;: ; :

the ten members' present Th< I Mrs. L, A. Jones :as .to-host ss, v;.. '

Mrs Harry R. Hewitt February meeting wpl be held at I for their regular business:and ,social *r' """"' ',.. J.,,
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the home of Mrs. Leroy McKee. A d yk l I hour There were eight members ,, : 7' ,

In one of the loveliest petals from a dainty white bas and one guest present
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ding of the' holiday season, wed-I ket. Mrs. Baughman Has r ro a Mrs. Haddock gave the: devotional Mrs. Robert Greene, Jr. .

,Linda Anne Jones Ringbearer was Master Keith St. Monica's Circle which. was, taken from the ,The First Baptist Church provided veils, and carried cascade bpu-i "
Mr. I and Mrs. Larney Edgar I Tarpley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert ,'14th Chapter ,of St. John. This beautiful setting quets of bronze chrysanthemums

Jones, Became the bride of Lt Tarpley. Meeting January 8 I ras followed by prayer. .led .by day,afternoon a December 27 Thun-I I I showered with satin ribb" n'
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Jlarry R. Hewitt. The couple ex. John W. Joyce served as best Mrs.0Yera ftambrick Miss Linda Ruth Edc streamers.
chan ed' vows Sunday afternoon,, man for his son, and ushers were St. Monica's Chapter of St. Pet Robert Lee Barber I The short business session was
came the bride of Robert Greene, I Little Miss Angela Lewis,
December 23, at the First Baptist Lynn B. Haddock, Dean 0. Oxley, er's Episcopal Church held its 'led by the president! ; Mrs. Jones, I II
Dunnam H.,
I I Jr. The Rev. James per- of Mr. and Mrs. C.
Churchr'The Rev. James Dunnam, Jr. and Kenneth Jorishie. first meeting of the year at the Miss Nancy Stiles Arnold, maid of honor's, with matching!: at which, time a Pollyanna was I daughter '
formed the double ring and cousin of the bride,
pastor, officiated at the: double Given in marriage by her father home of Mrs. H. L. Baughman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dar! headpieces and bouquets. planned. Bible contests,were played o'clock., ceremonyat Lewis, frock
flower She
ring. ceremony at four o'clock. the bride chose for her wed Tuesday, January 8th, at 10( Sutherland Arnold of 2612 Nortl M. C. Hamilton of Tallahasseewas and enjoyed I by) all,after which 4 I of was white velveteen girl. and wore carrit a "a' "
The bride is the daughter of
Mr| Hewitt is the son of Mr. ding, an original gown of white o'clock. Ocean Boulevard, Ft. Lauderdale, best man for Mr.. Bather ana the hostesses served delicious. 're white fur muff adorned with
and Mrs. Wilbur Hurley
and Mrs.,John \V. Joyce. Chantilly lace and silk tulle. The Upon the arrival of the members became the bride of Robert Let ushers were Roy Acord of Talla- freshments. Mr.
Edenfield of this city. The bride bronze mums. She wore a matching ,,.
t beautiful arrangement of fitted lace bodice featured a Sa- a delicious coffee, consisting Barber of Fernandina Beach, Dec hassee, Tory Harris of Miami and The February meeting will be .
gold A.unagnolia leaves provided the brina neckline edged in opalescent of fruit cake, doughnuts and cm- ember 29 at St. Pius X Catholic Dan S. Arnold, Jr., Ft. Laude at the home of Mrs.: 'L. S. Grant groom is ,the, son of Dr. Robert fur headpiece.
and
nimon buns, were served. Rev Greene, Sr. of Gainesville, I Ringbearer was Master Ricky\ ,
background for the tall standardsof sequins and seed pearls, and long Church in Ft. Lauderdale. dale, brother of the bride.
the late Mrs. Greene. of Mr. and Mrs. Wm-
During a short business meeting double Portier, son
sleeves ending in lily James Cronin performed the -
and tapered her father
in
white poinsettias chrysanthemums Given marriage by Set
Sisters
the following chairmen were Pythian Mrs. Elizabeth Smith was organist dIe Portier.Dr. .
showered with greenery. points at the wri&t. The bouffant ring ceremony at eleven the bride hose for her wed-
Branched candelabra were placedon skiit of ruffled silk tulle was elected: chapter chairman Mrs o'clock. ding, a magnificent gown of ivory Public Installation. and rendered a programof Robert Greene, Sr. servedas ; :,.
H. L. Baughman, worship Mrs nuptial music the guests as- best for his Ushers '
as man son.
and held poised oVer layers of starched net, Barber is the of Mr
each side of the altar Mr. son Duchess satin and Chantilly lace. Of Officers Monday
Howard Hammond, telephone sembled. The traditional wedding were Herman Green, Al Lambetb,
I and extended into a sweeping this
lighted Cathedral tapers which and Mrs. C. E Booth of city. The fitted, buttoned bodice fea-
I Miss Katherine Whitney and Mrs marches: were used. Mrs. H. C. I and Randy Clark of Gainesville-'
train. Her fingertip veil of imported Pythian Sisters of Fernandina
cast :la soft glow over the setting. of red tured a Peter Pan collar and long I
Matching arrangements of white silk illusion was caught to E. V. Garcia, and publicity Handsome arrangements sleeves. The voluminousskirt Temple 7 will hold) ,:a public installation Lewis, aunt of the bride, was and A, C. Greene, Jr., Jack p !- ,
crown of sequins and seed Mrs. Ben Sorensen.An poinsettias and native greener tapered of officers Monday soloist and rendered "Because," : ville. ..5, I'
and mums were used a extended into a long .
poinsettias throughout 3 the church. II pearls and she carried a cascade executive board meeting were used on the altar. As the ing train. Her bouffant veil sweep-of evening at 7:30 pjn., at' the Masonic "Whither Thou _Goest," and "The Given in marriage by her faUi- ,

the assembled, Mrs. I bouquet of feathered carnations was announced for Thursday, January guests assembled, a program oi tiers of French illusion cascaded Temple. .'' Lord's Prayer" as the couple er, the brunette bride was radiantin
Aai guests 24, at 8 o'clock at the homed knelt at ,the' altar for the benedic-
satin bows.
Ike Shiver presented a programof showered with white organ music was rendered, including fr6m' a matching candlelight sat- A cordial invitation is extendedto her floor length gown of white

nuptial organ music: and accompanied Mrs. Jones chose for her daugh- Mrs. Gene Lasserre on Atlantic. Christmas hymns, "Ave in bandeau. She carried a bouquetof all to attend the ceremonies. tion. bridal taffeta. The fitted bodice

Mr. Claude Haddock as ter's wedding, a dress of fuschia ve.The- Maria," and "Panis Anselicus." white cymbidium orchids and :Baskets of white chrysanthe featured a scoop neckline with ap

he sung "Because" and "The I brocade featuring three-quarter quarterly churchwomen'smeeting The bride had as her maid oi white roses showered with satin Coin Club o.Meet : mums and greenery, flanked with pliques of lace roses and bridal
a length sleeves. She wore black accessories will be Monday, January honor, Miss Mary Lou Sedlacek leaves,,and ribbons. branched candelabra holding lighted pearls. The cummerbund at. the
Lord's: Prayer
28! at Whitney Hall at 8 Stfonica's Monday formed the
p.m. cathedral tapers,
Mrs. Lynn Haddock was matronof and her corsage was 'a of Ft. Lauderdale. Her dress was Immediately following the cere- waist terminated at back with

honor, and chose a gown of white orchid with purple throat. and members Chapter asked will be to hostess of Christmas red satin styled mony, a wedding breakfast was The Buccaneer 'Coin Club will 'setting for the exchange of wed two fabric roses and a soft bow:
bell Mrs. Joyce, mother of the bride are pleasee Sabrina neckline and bracelet ding vows. Pews were designatedwith Long tapered sleeves ended in lily
with
7 greed brocade satin with a at Whitney Hall at 7:30 a held in the Tapis Rouge Room of meet Monday eight, January ,J4h)
white
groom, was attired in a princess p.m. sleeves. The beii-suap- of the sprays of chrysanthemums points at the wrist, fastened with,
skirt, The: fijtfd bodice was en- The Bible study ,began with the length the Seashore Hotel. at 7:30 in the Game Room tied with
dress of champagne brocade, with of f and greenery self-covered buttons. The
hanced with a large pouf bow at I ed skirt featured a large bow Recreation Center. tiny
levdtional given by Mrs. Howard Mrs Arnold chose for herdatghter's
the lack waistline. Her headpiecewas i scalloped neckline. She wore greenaccessories red satin at the back waitline. An election of officers will' beheld white satin ribbons. controlled skirt was \ enIihmrd"
i and her corsage was iammond. The biblical passage wedding costume of ,Maid of honor was Miss Cherri with a panel of appliqued "O :oi..,
a cap of green satin cabbage. Her headpiece wad a cabbage iu j at this tin\e.\ It 'Is'utged that
hosen "Faith" and'lace
Hebrews 1C
: holly'green silk
on :- designed
roses with a circular face veil. green cymbidiums. of red satin enhanced with a oouf- all members 'and anyone, wishingto Edenficld sister of the bride. centered with bridal pearU. 'fer"
: 12-11:4: was read and studied, foi- with\ -a brief jacket. Matching accessories -
the Mrs Peggy
following cere- of silk illusion
She swore matching slippers and I Immediately fant matching veil bru. i.mi"l a join the' club attend, Bridesmatron was veil was cauga
carried an arrangement of bronze mony, a reception was held at the I owed by a group discussion tailored cascade bouquet of white} completed her attire. Hearlson of Jacksonville, and tiara of seed pearls and frri. .- i

chrysanthemums interspersed with home of Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Brew- led by Miss Katherine Whitney. Fuji mums and English hoi'y Mrs. Booth, mother of the The National FoundationMarchof bridesmaid was Miss Betty Greene cent sequins. She carried': a "w B" '

gold 4ewves and satin ribbons. ton at 1612 Atlantic Ave. Members present, with the hos leaves. bridegroom, selected a jacket' Dimes, which marks' its 25th of,Gainesville! sister,'of the bride Bible centered with an orchid,. '
Miss Margie Mrs. Brewton greeted guests in ess, Mrs. Baughman, were Mrs. dugs' of blue brocade, worn with groom showered with white carnationsand
Bridesmaids were in January was
Bridesmaids were Miss: KityMillerl anniversary ,
of silk ,shan Ben Sorensen, Mrs. Wendy matching accessories.For ribbon streamers.Jeer :
dress Kelly satin
Brewton and Mrs. Peggy Hearl- a green Brooks, Mrs. Howard Hammond of Sarasota, Miss Patti founded in 1938 by President The attendants wore identical
son They wore gold brocade satin tung. She wore gold accessories Krs.. David Blacklock Mrs. Dan, Childs of St Peter:lurg, and M,* their wedding trip, the Franklin D. .Roosevelt JSfnce then, gowns of forest, green, dull-luster i only ornament was a single strand
dresses made identical to the matron and a white orchid corsage.A paugherty) Mrs. E. V. Garcia Carol Booth of Fernandina Beach, bride chose a red wool ensemble each succeeding! President tias'honored satin, featuring bell skirts and I I of pearls, gift of the bridegroom.

of honor's. They wore match- handsome arrangement of Mrs. Carmen, Stapleton and Miss, sister of the bflt loom. trimmed in black fox, with match the Dimes Drive by: meetingthe fitted bodices with scoop neck- j Immediately following the ceremony r...-..

ing headpieces and slippers and white chrysanthemums and Talis- Katherine Whitney frxr1i Ghriatnaared ing fox hat. March of Dimes, children who lines and tiny cap leeves. They a reception was held in.the
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carried bronze chrysanthemum man roses The satin made identical to the The, couple will make their symbolize the thousands of. .pa wore matching slippers and headpieces I -
next meeting of St. Mon- '
in crystal '
bouquets. Motta- Matching compotes were arrangements used on each end ca's Chapter will be with Mrs I home in Tallahassee. tients being aided. with short circular nose]---(-Please See Page 4)). .--
Little Miss Laura Lynn -
of Mr. and Mrs.J. of the piano in the living room. Dan) Daugherty, 200 Lighthouse .
yaw, daughter flower girl. All white arrangements of Circle, Tuesday, February 5, at Joint Birthday
C. Mottayaw was
She was dressed in a Kelly green I chrysanthemums and carnationswere of .0:00 a.m.' Party Honors JANUARY ;; Ii
\ velvet frock with an insert panelof used with garlands na
tive throughout the din- Little MissesWendyLee ,
soft white lace. Her headpiecewas greenery' .
vith .
an exquisite, imported white
ing room.
cabbage
a cap of matching The bride's table was overlaid lace cloth. At one end of the Durrance, two-year-
white rose ;
roses and bhe dropped- able: was placed the beautiful old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Austin I i

'ourtiecake topped with, a cluster Durrance, and Starr Sparkman -

of yellow-throated white orbids. six-year-old daughter of Mr

Crystal compotes of nuts and Mrs. W. l H,.. Sparkman, Jr., i iI I :
and bridal mints honored with birthday .
Aana'sOPENING were used at the were a .
ther> end of the table. A large party given at the Sparkmanhome
t irrangement of white blossoms December 29th by Mrs. Dur- .
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ompleted the background. rance and Mrs. Sparkman.The .

SOON Pouring ,punch were Mrs. Kenneth living room was gaily dec- .

Jorishie and'.Mrs. Jonathan orated with balloon clusters. The r.

A 310 ATLANTIC iilL Mrs Wilson Davis and Mrs, birthday cake, centered on the refreshment .
\ Select AVENUE Bobby Walters served cake. table, was beautifully .
airs J. J. G. Cooper, Mrs. Arthur decorated in pink and white and ,
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B lie Bids Markham and Mrs. J, P. was encircled with many gifts. A '

: ? fustice assisted Mrs. Brewton in "Happy New Year" doll stood by \' ,- .- L'J. : ; < .
wring for the guests. the table to add to the attraction. -

From The New Spring Mrs. F. R. Hahn, sister of the Several appropriate games were THREE-PIECE TWO-PIECH
ride, kept the bride's book. HIDE-A-WAY BED t
played and enjoyed by all
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Collection : Mrs. Ike Shiver provided soft SOFA BED
Refreshments of hot chocolate BEDROOM : I
tackground piano music during
$14.98 I rake, candy, and ice cream were $65 $80
$2.98 to he appointed hour.
served the little TL $ :
; For their wedding trip to New I I to guests. SUITE( SIZE $138 SUITE

UNE York and Connecticut, Mrs. Hewitt I Those present were, Sherri and MATTRESS i
THE FASHION chose for travel, a white wool Gary Jones Gnearl Jones. Melindi 11'aL or Gre- Choice of Colors

SOLD BY MAY-COHEN fIf! : suit featuring a white fox collar. I Baker, Terri and Jack Sparkman,

VOGUE She wore alligator slippers with Kevin Melogy, Joyce Ann, David .

PUUCELL'S matching bag and a matching and Wesley Manning, Shirley, SAVE 59.95 VALUE ;
AND NANCY SCOTT brown hat. II Kathy, and Del Durrance, Bever $12

Out of town guests were, Mr. 17, Shirley, Johnny, and Ronnie< TABLE

We Will Carry A i and Mrs. Gus Garner, Webster; i toper, Stan, Melody and Tracy $2.88 SWIVEL BOOK ::
Mrs. Nita Kelly, Mascot; Mr. and I Sparkman. $23 $2E

Line / i Mrs. F.'R. Hahn, Mrs. Ida Jones Mrs. Effie Durrance of Yule, LAMPS CHi\lR CASE :
Complete ., and Miss Vicky Lynn, Orlando. grandmother of the honorees, was .

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I F (. First Baptist Church, Saturday :To Elect OfficersAt POLE BUNK $98 PLATFORM ;

evening,. December 22, with a buffet Meeting TuesdayThe $12 $36

I supper preceding the wedding ,BEDS ROCKER :
Queen rehearsal. regular meeting of Chap LAMPS : .
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I I The hall was attractively decorated ter 55, Order of Eastern' Star Complete With

i Sportswear ) for the occasion with red I will be held Tuesday, January 15,,, 'VITH TABLE Innerspring; 31attresses1th 4-Inch Foam Seat & Back .
'I pyracantha berries and foliage. at 7:30 pjn. at the Masonic Tem .

Lighted tapers in branched can- .
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Stacy Ames delabra completed the setting. election of officers will be

I Enjoying the affair were members held at this time and all membersare
I t Dresses of the wedding party im- urged to be present. SEVEN- PIECE {. .001 Mather Of Fernandina j jI
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I 1t friends. January 18 and the public is DINETTE SUITE 7U
INSTANT CREDIT
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HIGH FASHIONTOT s During the evening Miss Jones cordially to
and Mr. Hewitt presented their South Sth Street Phone 261-4383 ;

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(Continued from ..J, _. .. _' multi-million dollar. fprests ha,,
page three) Lamar Peidue and son, BY SHARON GOUGH I been extended to 6t counties andtwo

Social Hall of the church. Russ, visited with Mrs. Perdue's fi \ will be protected in tf:j

Mrs.:' Edenfield brothers and sisters-in-law, Mr. __ This .week.... the F.B.H.S. campusis more .
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greeted guests ..... .. returning future.
in a sheath dress and Mrs G. C. Wright in Savan- .'." .: ':''''::::.<.x<:t-,::{ .near ,
and '
jacket of i '> :t .v-the groove of a Pine Seedlings With accelerated ,planting cf
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bone nah and Mr. and Mrs, L. I: __
green brocade, worn with I 4. d ail t yroutine, j seedling trees, and more. intensive
matthi Wright in Keying, Georgia dur- 1:; i
accessories.. A corsageof J4t / '. :.:' Everyone seem Florida could tni le\
ing the New Year holidays. :: >>< ( I Sold In State f forest care,
green cymbidiums complement. .. .. i' to have enjoyed its. present growth.
'hef"costume.. Lamar Perdue and D, ((3. Dyal '.':: !c='" ': }. i I:a grand vacation .. ...
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The bride', table was overlaid attended the Orange Bowl Gamein '. ,4 and are now Total l 65,000,000All
with :f.:. t C 'J"ties cease
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an exquisite white cutwork "'
Miami during the New Year ::gW: ,.: ready to get back :
cloth, .and was center*! with a holidays. J; "' .,' to work: I $IS OP Shale In
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four tier wedding cake, topped .V1\.. Coming soon slash pine seedlings to
with r miniature bride and bridegroom Mrs. D. A. Kelly recently spent J ;. .' are the dreaded talling some 65,000,000 -- have I Rice Track Tax

.. Three branched silver : five days in Newnan, Georgia 0 iNvZ Y Syoa mid-term been sold, according to the Florida !' LLAHA'SSf.E State
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candelabra adorned with. white I with her daughter-in-law, Mrs. y I Forest Service. Most 1962-63 !
inations. will be
They given
ribbon streamers and mums,' holding Dan[ Kelly, and children, DorothyAnn i4j around the middle of January and planting by private landowners i Comptroller Ra"? & Green said

lighted unite tapers, flanked Larry, ,and Buddy. rim -1L I none of the students know quite I will be completed in January. i:! today: checks for $13 J OO. are be.

i the cake. Mrs. W. II. 'Neel, aunt Friends of Roy Cox will be gladto # .(' '4 what to expect from the teachers. i State nurserymen report fair : {ing mailed to each of the state
of tbe'bride, served. supplies of other type seedlingsstill
hear he is resting comfortablyat The Pirates played a great bas a i 1 61 counties as their share of the
The punch table, with matching available: longleaf pine, lob-
home after undergoing major ketball over the holidays, fund.
i cutwork cloth, was centered witha r. game lolly, Arizona. Cypress, Red Cedar, race track tax I
at St Vincent hospitallast with Starke. They lost the ball I
total of
surgery Comptroller said a
handsome and South Floilda slash The
crystal bowl( flanked Catalpa,
week. ya $ but really plugging
game were
with silver candelabra and light. d Orders for these will be filled I $53,000 has been sent to the counties

ed 'tapers Silver compotes of Pvt. John M. Griffin left Thurs- hard for a victory. through February or until sup- thus far during the, current

wedding mints and nuts completed day for Ft Gordon, Ga., after a Lucy Dyal, Skipper Hill, Richard I plies are exhausted.Pine I fiscal period. This fc an inCl'ea1I' :;
the service. Miss Jo Ann Eden- Sapp, and Beverly Jones will the' same period
visit here with his mother, Mrs. seedlings are vulnerable of $4$00 over
Johnny at'agi one after, first operation ., and today, leading normal life at age, four. all accompany Mr. Hill to Daytona -
field presided at the punch bowlP Malcolm Griffin. He has just .completed to freeze damage when bare roots I' during the previous year._
rty sandwiches were served basic training and is now his fourth, birthday and causes the head to swell tion set up for the study and Beach over the weekend for are exposed. Care,given tree seedling ----
by Miss June Neel and the Misses attending Signal School. Bison's enormously.. This is what had treatmeht of birth defects,, : a clinics The F.B.H.S. band will I II before and during plantiug i iI
Rita and Teresa Lewis.Miss ,Johnny big happened ,to Johnny. (If shunt At the center. trained. specialists I play Sunday for the Waterway is one secret, however, to good o I
: Pat. Gorman of Lakeland Dr. and Mrs. B. Fred Woolsey eyes ,sidled l as his stirgery is not performed in work together to .help I Welcome Station Dedication cere- 1 survival :o"t C. B
rates. Especially important -
time, mental retardation and ,children with kinds :of _
the many monies.
had their luncheon last earned most I
the bride's book table as guests m. '
kept at a .. blindness ensue, even !birth defects. They include a is the need for seedling roots
enhanced with silver candelabraentwined Saturday Rev. and Mrs. Richard cent,', ke he had death,.in certain may .cases.) neurosurgeon orthopedic surgeon -. l We are sorry to 'report that to be kept moist at all tunes after 'Pete' INGRAM"

with satin ribbons show- James, Mr. and Mrs. Robert 'seen. Since 1958, doctors have Performed internist: psychiatrist. Mrs LaTailte. is in the hospital lifting from the nurseries. Small .
ereq..wjth white mums, holding Garth, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Clark, two other shunt opera- physical therapist and medical I However; she seems to be recovering root hairs will dry out in short I
lighted tapers. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wright, Mr was shaped.like Its-way: .;through a }huge tions and haves treated Johnny social worker. They .gave: 'put. very well. order if exposed to air, sun, or FOil
plowing gastroenteritis and septice- their' skilled hands 'and minds
f for
and Mrs. Louis E. Byrd Mr. and '
it Recorded wedding music was waVe of whipped to work on Johnny's beh l1.- ; The Pirates also played a very wind. I Life InsuranceRetirement
played softly in the background Mrs. -Charles Adcock, Mrs. E. and icing. 'Johnny's win, mia.Today,,Johnny leads a rela- Every four months, J ohri ly's' good ball game Tuesday night jn Stored seedling trees- looseor I Income
during the reception hour Whit and Mrs. S. G. Chumley, smile beamed at friends tively healthy. happy and carefree mother drives him to the center' their own gym, but lost with _a bundled should ,be watered
all of Jacksonville. he gave' out kisses all life Like any other little for his check-up. A doctor all... Health & Accident t
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i score 46 to 49. The Jayvees and
three
the the every two days, keptin
During evening or
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yc ng couple left on wedding Pvt James D. Mock and Pvt. was a happy affair. Yet'at I loves to hug lambs, chase cows< make sure there is no"change also played a game and obtained a moderately cool place. HospitalizationMajor \

trip to South Florida. Mrs Greene Marvin Cook left last Thursdayfor Johnny's parents had and tease chicks on the family's in size... Since 1959 his head another victory with a Damage to seedling stock is Medical. "'"
chose for travel, a suit of toastbro.vn Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Ind. hope he :would live 'to 100 acres near Columbus, Ohio. size has remained' relatively'. score of 73 to 28. As you can tell, most likely in handling or in car. I Monthly Income
t wool with matching with even his first birth He is.a good example of constant. by the score, this was quite a i Disability ,
worn after spending two weeks tying to the field. Carry seedlingsin
was.b rn.with'the
he
For thousands of afflicted children Johnny Is growing up to be an !
accessories, Her corsage was the their respective parents, Mr. and fatal birth t defect of'wa- being helped to live nearly impish, energetic and friendly game a container of water or moist L. L. BOHANNONINSURANCE
ordiid lifted from her bridal bou- Mrs. J. L. Mock and Mr. and Mrs. on the brain; or hydro- normal lives through a uniquemedical little boy who likes to do every The Pirates play in Life Oak material Plant in a hole deep I

9uqt. Allen Cook. care program financed thing and go everywhere. specially tomorrow, night. Everyone is urg- enough to prevent bending the tap .*'
Upon their return, the couple treatment saved I by The National Foundation- he likes to.wheedle rides ed to follow the team .and support '
Mr. and Mrs. J, 0. Otto of Mac- life when he was March of Dimes. on a pony at the next farm. them all the way! root.Since Florida's reforestation Phone 261.5269
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will reside in Gainesville where .
clenny spent last weekend with months old. At that time, Babies with birth defects are He'll settle,. though, for a tour: The Yulee P.TA.: is sponsoringtheir I
the
they are students at the Univer- Mr, and Mrs. James L. Mock and performed what is born every other minute in the on the tractor with his'motheror program has included
sity of Florida. as a shunt operation. United States, 250,000 of them father, Julia and John'Wil annual Miss Nassau County I
daughter, Laverne. inserted in Johnny's head each Beauty Contest which will be held
(Jut of town guests included, each year almost 700 day.
t astie tube which allowed Johnny goes regularly to a son.Like Johnny, other afflicted February 9 at the Recreation Cen-
oT U. S.
and Pfc. the
MR and Mrs. H. C. Lewis Carper Hayes
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fluid from the brain to Birth Defects Clinical children who receive ffiftnt
I special : proper ter. The public is urged to sup- ;
daughters, Angela, Rita and Ter. Marines, left today for San 'Diego, absorbed by the Study Center at Children's treatment may live to enjoy them.

I esas Pompano. Beach; Mr. and California where he will enroll in body. Hospital, Columbus, supportedby shooting cap pistols, watching port. See next week!! Regular $15
Mr.*, W, II. Neel, daughter, June, ,Electronics School after spending the 'operation fluid March of Dimes funds. television, singing songs' or you !
1\ and son, Bill, Mrs. Ida B. McMil several days with his brother, and the, brain i$ prevented It is one of more than 30 playing a toy banjo-with the For Limited Timel'
lan Miss Jo Ann Edenfield, Mr. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Newell taking its normal course, similar centers across the na- best of four-year-olds, Arthritis and the rheumatic diseases 'r ) ..

and Ridge Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bear 1 has just completed basic trainingat ple in this country, according to
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gram soon ta be scheduled, enm-I DAYDREAMFar the 1963 March of Dimes, which 1
11 I Jacksonville Parris Island. P-TA Sets
sod, A. C. Greene, ;
led, "Operation Alphabet" JOYCE AND BELLE
and seeks funds for medical care for :
Rev 'and Mrs. Fred Laughon down the corridors of memory
More Society on Page NineWomen's Meeting I program is concerned with teach- patients and for research against
Graham I SHOP
BEAUTY
Mrs. Raymond VANITY
daughter
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ing the masses to read and write. r.
Mils Patsy Graham, Judy Pofahl, 10th I The scenes of my youth still live.I these cripplers.
John I. Wilson, principal, will Pone 261-4686 14 South 6th Street 'iBARBARA'S
MrJ: ail Mrs. Don Esry, Jim yet, can see the great oaks
Parent Teachers As give a report on how Yulee School :
Kronmiller Al Lambeth, Marty That their branches .
spread
,, will meet January 10 at stands in the new State Accreditation i Of the coming years? .
and Randy Clark, Gainesville; I Far above my head, .
Basketball in the Yulee School program.Those Was the flowing spring,
Miss Jane Greene, Raleigh, N. C.; To shield me
i U r and Pat persons interested in the From the That gave life to the green. meadow' KIDDIE KAMP'FOR
Guy Germany, Trenton; fierce, unsmiling sun; '
1 BY CURT GORDON Fincannon, presi welfare of the Yulee Communityand J .
Gorman, Lakeland.! As I lay, dreaming, .
\ UKIIEARSAL DINNER KAC and Hardee Bros defeated Classroom Teachers the future of Yulce Schoolare 'Pillowed on ,their gnarled and In the valley far below, w
entertained doubleheader of the Nassau County urged to attend. Whose luscious life would fade,
j I>r. Robert Greene the Flashes in a shapeless roots, w WORKING
i i.:: And lie forever in. the timeless .., .
r, with a dinner party at Seaside basketball attraction in the \V 01 -' 'Association! will report And soothed by the tinkling music '"'
Inn, Wednesday evening follow" 1 men' League on Tuesday nightof .l'M, ram Action CommIt- "The man .who 'has everything Of Tthe clear, cold spring death, ,' %:4... + < t SHOPPINGRELAXING MOTHERS
rehearsal this week, Harden ros.! --Florida Education As. usually has a calendar on' the If the spring should. cease its:* ; '
ins the as I wedding} = That issued from the hillside .v. SUPERVISED PLAY STORY TIME =LUNCH .. \
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Twenty.thfee member of the 'downed the Flashes, 5( -2S, In' the wall to remind 1iim'when; the Where I lay. r .
vending party' and out of town first'game and the KAC1 defeatedthe Sapp, ,General Super- payments are due." Ray S.'; A symbol of my duty ... NAP TIME '

guests shared the delightful occasion Flashes in the second game, will: report on Francis, Cberryvale (Kans.) .Re- ,.The dying embers of, the waning To those less fortunate than I? NOW OPEN 7:00 A.M. TO 6:00: P.M.'

. .' 4341. Educational T. V. pro- publican. I day If this be so, Barbara Bryan, 2109 Florida Ave.

Judy Evans scored 2(5( points to ,Lit up the forest glade.. May the spring of my compassionNe'er Counselor Phone 261-5238
Island UDC lead Hardee Bros in the first .I heard the distant "cawing of a Kamp
Amelia run dry; .
while Bertie Garrison scored '
game crow. -
To Meet January 16 A 18. Betty Herbert added 8 for !i News of theBOAT The soft clouds, floating above, Neither about be impeded, nor bound- -. t

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With Mrs. Cooper the winners. s Did please me greatly By the selfish cares ... 1
Nanilou Smith racked up 30 CLUBBY With their everchanging shapes. Of my own life, ....
The Amelia Islam<| Chapter of points for the losers with Rhonda At once they appeared to be Which is of small accountIn oiIII
*y the United Daughters of Confederacy Guest scoring the other 8 pointsfor Gentle cattle, the immortal designOf

will meet Wednesday, Januvy the Flashes. y Grazing in a sky-blue. meadow; the infinite. .

Pith( at 10:30: a.m at the Annis Moore, Junita Knight, i I Or, again, fierce horsemen Herbert Luke A"-: ,.. .:' :
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home of Mrs J. J. G. Cooper. June Roland and Wilma Carter < Charging, madly, A.O'er -< TREMENDOUS ELECTION', '' "'
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k11 .members are urged to at did the defensive work for the |f I a misty battlefield; I .. .
tend. \ Hardee team while Susan French, I Or yet again, a lovely face, Dozier & Gay OF RECORDS NOW ; ,.- ..
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Virginia Brewer and Edith Evans elected officers of afternoon at the Welcome Station, Fatherly benign,. I ;.
: EDNA WARD CLASS did the defensive. work for the I will be installed this the installation will be at the Am- Who might be God; OnekoteWhite AT ". j. .....

1 Flashes. at 7 pan. at the.Am- erican Legion home on the corner But, when I looked again ; .
The F.dna S. Ward Bible Class In the night cap, KAC put on : CHUCK'S$ TV .
of Atlantic Avenue and Eleventh There was only a cross, .! -i
or: Memorial Methodist Church a rally in the final frame to score, of And sad. Enamel ,
the past, 'a covered dish Street, instead the boat house. I was strangely : ASH STREET
will meet Tuesday, December 15th, 10 points. while the Flashes were. be held in C04 :.
at 8:00 p.m. at the home of Mrs. held scoreless, and went on to installation. conjunction This is I: Our special thanks to the Leg- Could these dreams that,come to : .. ... : : : :
a Gal. : ,
$5.50 ..
James Bush, with Mrs. Fred Cook defeat the Flashes, 43-31. where all the moth; i ion for giving us permission to me -iV ?ft. .
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.s' co-hbstess. Eloise Minton racked up 24 together and cook their I use their home for this occasion. Ere the broadeping of. ay. .shoulders .: ::. .:: \ .:: : .(. .' ... :
1 kll members are urged to at points, Taunce Smith scored 11, dishes, place 'it' on the Members} please read the bulletin PIC

tcnd.. and Molly Pipkin 2, to account dad proceeds to par I 'that was mailed to you for To receive the burdens of maturity 1E-Z ..

for the KAC scoring while Rhon. '. '"Gastronomic'! Treat" complete details, for Dotty? Love- BEECH ,

da Guest scored 16, Nanilou note that due to the pre quist has covered the subject very I Have been prophetic shadows .
Smith 15, for the Flashes. :
Stork Club taking place at the club thoroughly. I '

Deasy Mattox, June Ferry, An- the fish fry Saturday ,i t See you at the Legion Home! "
nette Perry and Ann Hewes'were !
Carolyn and James (J. T.) Carter the defensive standouts for, the j :

announce the birth of.a son, KAC while Susan French, Virginia 1963" SPECIAL // \ .i'; .:>.... ..
Joseph Lloyd William Carter, born Brewer and Edith Evans t' I YOUR : :;'r' I IIN
December 2Cth in St. Lukes hospital worked on defense for the :
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The little lad weighed 7 Flashes "!< i' : : ::4 ,

lbs 8 oza.r. /
Rifle Club Members I POLARIS (lRB") I / t' Jti ';: > .' .t '

); .-LUNCHROOM Ig Elementary MENUS To Hear ProgramAt t FREE BEAUTIFUL }' } > 'fIlI

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ROSE ROMANCE" 7
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Spaghetti w/ground :
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boef, and tomato sauce, green J. Bayard Erittou presidentof ;
halves, cheese rolls the Rifle and Pistol Club, an ;
salad
peach
aid butter, raisin cake, and U nounces a meeting of the club't CHATHAM BLANKET = r : : /

piht milk.Tuesday. will be held Friday evening at[I

: Turkey pie w/vege- 7:30: run. at the Recreation Cent t ,

tables, and pastry topping, fresh ter. I I with the of '
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cranberries pineapple salad on lettuce Aft informative program, on purchase '4/ .. ; !
shooting and range techniques
rolls and butter, chocolate target
and milk I will be presented i by David I
cookie i pint
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,Wednesday: Hot dogs i buns, Stone and Douglas Odcm, : iF ..1NtDYNAIRE CLOTHES DRYER :,

i b.( ed beans, cole slaw, jello w/ AH members are urged to attend w w. .' 1 .

fruit, banana cake, and % pint and new members are cordially AND LOW : '

milk invited.Course j ji I S-1995.

:Thursday: Ham loaf, !Spanish; i I Only. Down MONTHLY PAYMENTS :

nee steamed cabbage, candied Slated ; ... .
)'inu. rolls and butter, peanut i ...
butter cookie, and H pint milt For Leaders In THIS OFFER INCLUDES) DELIVERY, CONNECTION, COMPLETE VENT KIT : :

>'riday: Cheeseburger, sliced Girl Scout ProgramAn :

tomatoes, buttered corn, apple J; THE NAVTC Q 1Ei64iF. AND. VENTING.' ; ...
cobbler, and 4 pint milk, (Grilled important notice to mothers RANGE BAUtfTJC MSStE. .
cfeese for Catholic students). who want their daughters to be..i IS DESIGNED PRIMARILY .
in the Brownies or Girl Scouts- SUlMAWNE V3E TO ltE FIRED

\ ; CARD OF THANKS A course for Scout leaders will .f SUSMOGSN A SOLID NQWASHDAYWEATHERWORRIESWITHAGAScLOTHESDRYER ;
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begin January 15, and continuefor WS&E WITH A ...
I vroald like to express my sin- a total .of seven sessions. OF APpKHUWraY ISOO .
cej* appreciation for the sympathy -. Two hour classes will be held PQUftlS'ff GUIDED BY ITS

,.tfomers and food from my each Tuesday and Thursday, from fitW MEC1u'sYSTEM; S,

friends and neighbors, also/'spe- 9:30 until 12 noon, in the base- ROM UUNCHNG All EXTOKAt SUMUHNS CONTRA' tss. Suburban. Propane Gas Servicery:
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di&ing the passing of mother, Church.
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Homestead Exemption AppliCants Arnold Appointed Hilliord Yourks 11' '. "Baby -
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Can File Now At Court House Region ControllerContainer I. Nabbed By Sikes .."IO'1' _' : .:''. '- : the papers.vessel If everything shall be permittedto is in order } Jacksonville \

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Homeowners in Nassau County sized. Corp.Carl On Robbery ChargeTwo .:.s.-":: r.: ,.-. uncertainty, however, the "in has captured the hearts of all the
can now make application for MeKendree urges all home own ': ,, petting officer shall search the nurses at Humphreys Memorial: i

Tax homestead exemption in County ers to make application for their M. Blamenschein, Senior Hilliard youths confessedto i \ vessel Scaled letters and packages Hospital, win be sent to the Chil ;!
Assessor Eddie McKendree'soffice f 4'- of
homestead .the home of Mrs. Loree : may be opened and inspectedand dren's Home Society in Jacksonville .
(in the Court House. The exemption as soon as Vice President and Controller, robbing ; :
I Funderbark- .Hilliard teacher, after the cargo checked. If capture until investigations are completed
deadline is the Tax As. possible to eliminate waiting in '
April 1, Container. Corporation of Amer- J: lJ.k'.
they were picked up by Dep- :'t : 's made, a prize crew will be on the child's parentageand -
lessor said. line as the deadline nears and to ica Chicago, Illinois, has announced t uty Colon Sikes on suspicion and placed aboard and the vesse(' sentto a decision is made by the court

All homeowners who filed for be sure they do not overlook this that effective January 1, Wesley booked for investigation.The I. ; i Key West for adjudication, as to his future. .
homestead exemption last year item and let the April 1 deadline _."..". -{ .mless circumstances of a con ,
(
have W, Arnold is appointed Regional confession came Monday ) .... J.1 The infant boy was found .on
received in the mail application slip b?. "It represents a consider. Controller of the Corrugated when they were taken to Jack t.- \,..To.... ,., .. ., trolling character compel the ;he automobile seat of a night club
blanks
for this anda .
exemption .
sonville to face lie detector 7".; sending of them to some more patron near Callahan last Wed"nesday
able tax savings to homeowners, a ,
,
blank for filing their tangible: Southeastern Division. This division !'
and test. At the sight'of the polygraphthe ,... ,t.., t'. ot Northern port. Captured .prison when he left the establish
McKendree added.
intangible! personal property is composed of the container ,- ers are to be "treated with kind.
youths, Carlton Hand 18, and tr ment about U p.m. The baby wi*
tax and these may be filled out plants of Chattanooga, Knoxville, Wayne McKay, J7, confessed before :. ness, and irons are not to be used, taken to a doctor immediately for .
and mailed in, MeKendree said. "It is said that one finger on t. except when imperatively necessary
the-
Nashville Winston Salem and taking the test. t. examination, then placed in
Those who have recently pur- the right hand of a neighbor of "" for the*safety of the cap-
With the infant
Fernandina. The stolen articles included a t' hospital was a.
chased homes and wish to file for ours has been worn down 'nearly I ft.ilKi turers and prizes." complete layette, a bottle of milk ..
an inch since the advent of the Arnold is a. native of Feman- hi fi stereo, a steam electric iron; .,.
homestead exemption for the first i The U, S. gunboat Somerset reports and a can of formula.
dial in Brace." J. Den $30: in records and an electric fan.
phones Beach and of the
dina a graduate .
time mast have owned the home nis Losness, (Cornell, Wis.) Courier All the items were recovered front Jt, ... that a small auxiliary vessel Nassau Deputy Jim Sawyer-
and University of Florida. He joined, and individuals in / capsized :In a squall a fewnights" brought the baby to the hospital
occupied it by Jan. i, 1963, pawn shops I ': t,1
and Container in November of 1958 Jacksonville.Both .yS4 ago in the Gulf and four where he has remained while
must bring their recorded deedor T .
', men '''were. drowned.Their bodies Sheriff H. J. Youngblood and
contract for proof of owner Did you know that both the and bas'been Plant Controller of are in county jail with
.;,'+ ,. have not yet been recovered. Judge Gene Weatherford continued
ship. Those signing up for the Salk and the Sabin polio vaccineswere the Fernandina Beach property bonds set at $1000. 1 .
their
first time will also be required to developed solely with March since July 1959. r I w January 2 The commander investigation. .. '
make a declaration of domicile if of'Dimes funds Join the 25th He will headquarter at the local Florida's Silver Springs was an ?" 3 ,. ., of the Sagam6re is informed that :
.f.0' ( ..... ... _. he: can,. expect abtertf. lis vessel ,The Sagamore is ordered to "rer
they have recently moved to Flor- Anniversary March of Dimes in property. He, hb wife Sarah and ancient Indian shrine of the Timu j I
ida from another state. ''This ua January and fight crippling birth I their daughter Allison,. reside at quan Indians more than 500 years ..I' .'.. !, 'aa' supernumerary volunteers' main" i in the vicinity or at Jupiter .,
J t I .... '\ .. seven 'fefuge .from 'thein Inlet for approximately a week'or t
state ?
law
MeKendree defects arthritis and 1 S Fletcher ,Avenue. ,. .f.'
......... ....---- -empha- -- -polio.----- -_707 *_ _-.........._ ------u_ -_ ago. {, ,,! dian Rjyer. He will proceed with t$n days to determine whetheror :.
.'., .., J. A'.... ,.. W. '4.0 them the mouth of river. has ;
.'4;" ..:..... 'j..if'\. <,11.i' t. ". to that. rtot the enterprise succeed
: .:. and. allow tbnv. to leave at ed. the not return!
,...... :t.J''. oft. fi.. .. "<. : night Should party ,
-; \ M..a.itI '
< :' in a. boat \\iich-they wijhcariy l!by that time the comma4detd'of
'I WENDELL JARRARD, principal speaker for Sunday's with 'them, .oh an enterprise aimed i[''the bark Gem -of the Sea is directed

'GOOD THING WE SIN THESE dedication ceremony, Miss Florida, Gloria B.rody'of Jack. at rapturing a rebel{ steamer. .... to organize a search. '
-- --- -
sonville, and Ben Sorensen, former local.mayor; are'shown ------j,
"'I
at groundbreaking ceremonies' for the Waterway Welcome

Station last summer. Miss Brody will .appear-again "

Sunday for the dedication. Ilan Theatre

BARGAINS ADVERTISED IN THE

FLORIDA 1 100 YEARS AGO: Phone 261.4849 D. W. Roberts, Mgr.

1 .M ,*. : '.
Published by it." .
"
WEEK FLORIDA CIVIL WAR CEN. The U. S..bark Gem. of. the.'Sea. Friday, & Saturday ..
I NEWS-LEADER TENNIAL COMMISSION at anchor off the entrance to the .
; -
I ,. 208 Valencia Avenue, Indian River. -captured "the Confederate Pearl Buck's p"
...;'.' Coral Gables 34, Florida sloop Ann six miles east
Edited by SAMUEL PROCTOR, of Jupiter Inlet. Aboard were "SATAN NEVER SLEEPS" ." ,, -
three Negroes; and -one .white boy-
University of Florida
:: : :' '; : : BLOCKADE NET TIGHTENS all British subjects The Ann, hada WILLIAM HOLDEN FRANCES NUYEN- ..

,..'. : : : Significant Florida Events for cargo, of 76 bags 'Bahama salt, CLIFTON WEIJB
:
3 bags coffee, 'gross'
"' 'matches, .
,. January, 1863
.
: :<
,
tl C' one box pipes, 2.J>ag garlic .one IN TECHNICOLOR .. .'.
; .; ". ;. : : January 1 Federal Rear Admiral barrel potatoes, 12 small tin cans, ....
'I' w;. -', v'''''' S. F. DuPont, commandingthe 9, tin pans, one box_ soap, and.. one ., ;" o .-.. t."
'\ \ .- South Atlantic Blockading barrel flour. '
;. the U. S. barks Sunday & Monday
Squadron, reports .
'.-, All officers commanding vessels .. .. ,.
o! ;j Midnight and Fernandina and the
'A U. S. S. Mohawk at St. Andrew attached to the Eastern Gulf "IF A MAN ANSWERS"IN '
: .,,;iiI /. ...
S. steamers Blockading Squadron reminded
Sound; and the U. are ..
Norwich aid Uncas on the SC: that they have ,the obligationto TECHNICOLOR ,:.
John's. The Water Witch and "stop, visit, and search" any r

.. I Hope are being used as dispatch vessel regardless: of ,flag x>r registry SANDRA DEE __ BOBBY DARIN, 10'.
I -- vessels of the Atlantic Coast. that. they suspect of block I." "
.
f. Federal Rear Admiral Bailey, I ... --.... .- ... -- -- -' ..
commanding the: East Gulf Block.xding .

Squadron, reports the stanb -
I s&k \ ; I P of the following vessel of 1

I \ iis command: Tohoma, Pursuit, .
and Beauregard, Tampa, Bay; i
Magnolia, and Huntsville, cruis- STOPNOW t
"ng off Tortugas; Penguin, Charlotte 1
:
Harbor; Somerset and Port

Royal, Apalachicola; Fort Henry,
Cedar Keys; Stars and Stripes I FOREXPIRI-
: st. Andrew's Bay; Ethan Allen,
'I \ ?t. Joseph's Bay; Amanda, and J'I AT "
S. Chambers, St. Georgo's Sound; CAR SERVICE WORK

I Gem of the Spa, Indian River;
I i 'I.Tupiter Inlet! and Cape Canaver*
\ I;? Ariel inside Florida reefs; St.
Lawrence, Wanderer, and Eu-

genie Federal, Key General West. Neal Dow, com Low Prices On Brake Relining

manding Union forces at Pensa-
\
1 '-1.: cola, informs General Banks, Commander . .. -
Department of the Gulf, <
v.< The News-Leader Is that "many houses of Rebelsare .

( ) abandoned, with all their BRAKE and FRONT END JOB
I contents, by the owners, who had i
gone into Alabama." Furniture ,
will be "distributed among the officers .. .. .

hospital at"their Otherwise quarters, Dow and to says the, I [; I pt :t[.., t ; j (1I

it would be seized by "anyonewho : .
.
.
'
YOUR SHOPPINj" hi* '? :U"ri < :#; .*. .: ;
: chooses tq take it, as the city I t.f\t."t t ;4.ff': : :- <; :- 'wfr .1
i is,, occupied almost exclusively] .y.t9. ,:9. {t.f.Fl;: ''l 'b. I.y I. ,
,\. ,. poor 'whites- echo: have coiie in I ;,;xf' '..:;. : .>M":w :, ,,:t.if4.'ii. '. ,u, "-':.' .' ,'I tli ...'j
.;::i';;:' 'A: ..&:
from the surrounding country to y t ::
avoid starvation and the conscription. -
Very few of the Pensacola 'i i K""I/.J" :
people remain in the place.

; Reports have it that the' 1st a :
___
: : 3rd and 4th Florida, brigaded under f '. : ..,f. t"; u..t" .Ilo
: GUIDE t' .
<." +
: General William Preston, were y. t, .l :;-': .:;
'
transferred yesterday to the west .
l '
x .f.Y'V CAR4#
: side of Stones River, Tennessee ::;. ;;:: ;. ,A : .fEt1ICAN N.f." .. ;
Z"4'
where they made an unsuccessful L. ,. ..d."' ''' ; <1
i
assault on the Federal center. The '

: I In newspapers the news of better ard. 4th suffered very heavy losses- t ;' ., .a_ FRONT WHEEL. ALIGNMENT :
'
I 55 killed and wounded, but captured .: i.:

I j: products and services Is as Important There's much significance i in this Lt Commander 250 rifles. A. F, Grosman, i l'l't'.'' <; -' lit Returned to .. .


1 to today's modern family as that of : for local advertisers. For'.only in the I I U. S.at Navy Apalachicola, reporting, says on conditions that. l i'':,..: original manufacturer's 1 .


,, current events or features concerning. newspaper can. people of I all age and I impressing Confederate all conscript men between officers are the ,....i"...... No'..: i- specifications 4%t;y"! -. ..


: home. and family, ,food and fashion, :. income groups find the.: .information, : here ages are of 16 starving and CO.but"The I have people not ,.r .:1. : .. ,

.
.
i provisions enough to make reg. 1:: )?
; hobbies.and health. and inspiration so necessary for good ular issues of rations to them. .- .- BRAKE ADJUSTMENT 1i"
They are all nearly women and '
: For newspapers are the medium by citizenship and for the enjoyment of children it seems hard to wit
ness and not alleviate, their suf on all 4' J
: which most people shop. No other a better Way of life. ferings." whees.JfttOftt.Beach( -

j, The United States is contem 4 fluid included! :;
: medium supplies the variety. and de- ".. And because newspapers gain their plating a second occupation at .:} need
Apalachicola according to reports repack front

; tail of advertising by which one may _- friendship and regular readership, reaching Confederate. The Federals commandheadquarters. are '':% ; wheel bearing i u',


: compare prices and benefits arid : ". newspaper advertisers are provided. in checking Georgia railroad, Alabama communications, and Florida $t Char a it
f *
choose the comforts and conveniences .>-ff. the most productive medium of com importance, ascertain of Apalachicola.the commercial] ;; : o pajw

,
I .. w ude4'
The U. S. S. Huntsville arrivedin lnc
:, that make for a full living standmunkation with customers. I Key West today-

Captain J. W. Pearson, com
nding the Oklawaha Rangersit

j Fernandina Beach News-Leader iffering Tampa a reward announces of $20.00 that he"fai IS :

he arrest and jafling1 of any ol Supply
he fourteen men who have re-
\ 'ently deserted his company,
.. :,
-...,... s< men, Pearson says, "Ie.eivea .
: PHONES:' 261-3686 261-3687 our money in Bounty, pay, '.118 Atlantic Avenue. ,.... ,,. Phone 261-4482

: :loth4s, tnd" rations, and baTE ... .... ,; .'. ''M-1 '''' ';..i' ..1 .-4..... .- '.. _.-.;... .., .
tew! but very 'little.tto'pq.fol r
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rag' Six News-tea'der, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, January 10, 1963 ;

.

Hi t tf; -- I Rubinoff To Play |11 1962 Forist' Fires ; f



f. 4F Treasured ViolinIn ;1 In State Worst : I

i

i f \", Concert Here :ln Seven YearsTALLAHASSEE t


t I January 7 -

So far as Florida's forest firefighters -"
?I I'A concerned 1962 will
,
are
..,
K5 ,
_._+- rY : r be remembered as the worst, fires,

rr + ;1.S.? I wise in seven years. <
G r In 51 counties of the state under -'

organized forest fire protection -*

s. '' 1L a total 8,635 separate forest

.w fires swept 263,000 acres. Acre,

.wf zT-- L of triple timberland the year burned before was according almost


< wtc I r + acwzT .. to State Forester C. H. Coulter. '

f I' In 1955, a total of 8,009 fires

t a y a eared 404,734 acres mostly iif
7.TQJL:
\ the northern half of the states;

)< Last year's fires accounting for
I II .. 'LV/'S
I .1Y the largest acreages were i idroughtstricken in|
South Florida.
I I When Rubinoff appears i in Fei-
I I nandina Beach in a program of'' Coulter cited drought and "'u s t ,

IT TOOK A, LOT OF THIS, and lots more of that, but particularly the fine\ talents of popular concert music on January I Ii ) plain carelessness" as the twg) :

| the ladies pictured, to make this beautiful Christmas cake served the students at Fer- i I 24, he will play on one of the main reasons for the 1962 forest'

Inandina Beach High School for the Christmas lunch prior to the Yule holidays Members I most precious instruments in the SOME MIGHTY GOOD EATIN' resulted from the fine efforts of the cafeteria staff at fire situation in the state. He]

| of the staff are from left, Mrs. Susan Sylvester, Mrs. Edna Porter, Mrs. Evelyn world, the famed Romanoff-Stra- Fernandina Beach Elementary-Junior High School, who are shown with their finished ,i urged extra caution at all times I

Fowler__ __ _,_ Mrs.__ _Sara Smith, Mrs. Mary Souls, and )Mrs Jennie Courson, manager. I divarius violin insured for $100- product, a beautiful 200 lb. Christmas cake. It was a part of the menu enjoyed by students 'by residents and visitors alike, tc( I
L - ----- --- --- 000.() at the Christmas lunch served befpre school closed for the holidays. From left to guard against forest fire hazards,
:
The violin is famous for its right Mrs. Bell Mock Mrs. Thelma Thomas Mrs. Beverly Sweat, Mrs. Helena Skipper
I i in group singing. Protected acreage hit by forest
Dr. R. C. Polk Addresses Woman's Club Hostesses for the tea were, Mrs.D. silken, lustrous tone, its full Mrs. Dorothy Roberts, Mrs. Marie Crosby, manager Mrs. Juanita Ryals, Mrs. Renner fire in 1962 was less than two pen

G. Bowers, chairman, Mrs. W. range and almost unbelievable I Ryals, Mrs. Maggie Lou Thrift and Mrs. Cleo Braddock. Photo r.y T H. King I cent of the total. Representinssubstantial < I
__ .
I
Legislative! Medical Care Issues F. Beugnet, co-chairman, Mrs. C. depth. Made in 1731 by the master --- loss m raw lorest material d
: n E. Beach, Mrs. T. L. Becton, Mrs.J. of all violin makers, this par tional average support prices of and future timber growth? f fit
I
M. Bird, Mrs. T. H. Blatchford, ticular 'Strad' eventually found its March Deadline $1.25 per bushel for corn, $2.00 Groundbreaking was fractional however if coma \
Dr. Rothwell C. Polk of Jack- called Medicare whichis into the hands of the Rom- I
commonly Mrs. W. H. Hanna Mrs. Fred way per hundred weight for grain i pared with the burning of unprotected ,
onville was guest speaker Wed- supported by the present administration Bond and Mrs. Ray Caldwell. anoffs, one time rulers of Russia, land during 1962. .
I sorghum, and 96 cents per bushel i J JAn
esday afternoon at the January : and the KerrMillslaw Mrs. William Hogan and Mrs and still bears the bejeweled crest For Signup In for barley. These farmers will Ceremony Sunday estimated 40 cent of th* ,pstate's I
faceting of the Woman's Club. He sponsored by the A.M.A. William Russell presided at the of that family. Daring the revolu- receive per I
no price-support payment 3,000,000 unprotected forest {
)vas introduced by Mrs. J. C. Mot. "The basic differences of the silver service. ti6n it was smuggled out of Rus- '
63 Grain Program since they will have no 1963 feed i At First Baptist acres was burned. Hardest hit I
$ yaw, Jr., chairman of the Leg- two bills are that Medicare would Mrs. R. II. Adler gave the de sia and eventually was purchasedby i I I Collier Polk Brow ,
l i ii acreage. were Hendry,
Jslatiye Committee.' provide maximum health benefits votional and Mrs K. W. Robison, Rubinoff, : t
The signup i period in Florida for For other feed grain farms, the Groundbreaking ceremonies for I ard, Dade, and Osceola Counties
Dr. Polk is a graduate of the for those over 65 "who are eligible led the Club Collect and pledge to Sensitive to heat, humidity, altitude I Last Collier and Polk
Medical College of Georgia and for social security. This would be the flag.. and the risks that beset 1963 crop*corn, grain sorghumand payment on the first 20-percent the new Educational Building of i. November voted in favor of
will be from the First Church will beheld Counties coup
February 1
barley, the base Baptist
reduction from
served two for Mrs. Davis, president, of such value acreage
Jias years as an Army compulsory those eligible, at George any treasure vast ,
fire control
1 March 22, 1963 Emery { immediately follow- I ity programs. *
through will be at 20 the Sunday
percent coun-
)Physician lie moved to Jackson- the taxpayers expense, and give presided. the Stradivarius is guarded and .
I Williams, chairman, Agricultural ty support rate on the normal pro- ing the 11 o'clock worship hour, Last month's near-record freeze\
f ill* in 1952 where he establishedis the Federal government power to handled with deference and ex
Stabilization and ConservationState Rev. J. T. Dunnam, pastor killed underbrush deep
diverted On and
duction of the an- grass
acres.
in control the of medicine all times. The
} practice specializing sur- practice treme care at an-
Committee, has announced.The nounced this week. into South Florida. Coupled witi
Band Members any acreage diversion above the )
gery. At present he is serving as he added. cient instrument still retains the I
voluntary diversion minimum requirement, paymentwill Lloyd Wolters chairman of the prevailing dry conditions this
Chairman of the public relations "The Kerr-Mills Law passedby original varnish and is the acme program -
of the Duval Medical in musical instru- for feed is be at 50 percent of the county will i highly inflamable underbrush:
Committee Congress in 1960, is a joint Director Attend of perfection I grains generally Groundbreaking Committee
could forest
i support rate. The maximum diversion trigger a most serious
'Assru fund i ments. the in Of break the and will be
matching program enablingthe same as previous years. ground as-
I fire situation, according to the
is 40 percent of the base
t Dr Folk's topic was Medicare. individual, states to providethe I State Music Clinic An certain interesting fact of is that"WarsawConcerto" during -I a few provisions which are slightly .acreage or 25 acres, whichever is sisted by Thad Lee chairman of I Florida Forest Service. \
lie discussed the history of soc- necessary health care for all passages
different, the principal one is larger. I the Plans Committee.The .
Forest fires since Jan
laliztd medicine in England and aged, with each state adopting .a Rubinoff exerts as reported
its ramifications, stressing its plan best suited to its needs. The Florida State Mutic Educators much as 60 pounds of pressure on I I the price-support payment which For feed grain producers who I new edifice will be of red I uary 1 this year are nearly double

jidous growth and increase in in-I "For better legislation, every Clinic is being held today the violin. It takes tremendous I will be available to farmers participating -, sign up under the 1963 program: I brick and constructed at a cost of I the number reported during the.

ation.. Friday and Saturday in Daytona strength of highly developed muscular I in the program,. in addition Eligibility for diversion paymentsand $275,000.. George D. Auchter Co. : same period ont year ago.
individual should inform themselves I
action draw certain price support in 1963 is con- of Jacksonville has been awardedthe .
Dr, Polk said, "I feel that socialized I I I Beach. to tones to the regular price-support ,
of the basic issues of the I from one of the world's most loans and purchase agreements. tingent upon the farmer's divert- contract and the company of- I '

medicine causes an increaseof problem, inform others, and use Attending from Fernandina delicate instruments. I Williams these highlights ing an acreage equal to the total 1 ficials will be on hand Sundayfor Dozler & Gay
and Mrs. J. H.
Beach Mr. gave
admissions to hospitals, resulting their right and privilege to reg- are Rubinoff will appear at the intentions shown on his agree- the ceremonies.The .
of the 1963 feed grain : I Granolite Exterior
Hill, Skipper Hill, Richard Sapp, program for
,
in overcrowding and re- ister and vote he concluded. Municipal Auditorium on January For small farms with total ment. 3-story building will be
--
Miss Lucy Dyal, and Miss Beverly I
)trietion!!* of, treatment." Preceding his address, Dr. Jones. 24th, under the sponsorship of the I feed grain base acreages of 25. Advance payments will again be constructed adjacent to the church Block, Masonry or Asbes

lie then discussed and comparedthe Polk's father-in-law }lr. Jack Kiwanis Club. I acres or less on which the pro available at the time of signup. on North 5th St., on what is tos Shingle
King-Anderson bill mote Dew, led the members and guests This clinic is held annually for Tickets are available at The ducer diverts the entire feed grain Final payments under the diver- known as the Burgess property I White or Colors
the benefit of the music teachersin .
---- --- Florida National Bank and at sion and
base ((1959-60 average program price-support and will house 650 people for Sun-
acreage
.. Florida and demonstrations are Lewellen's. I. acreage, as adjusted) the pay- payments will be made after com- day School. It will contain a Fel $3.95 Gal.
of all the techniquesin
given
new ment rate will be 50 percent of pliance has been determined. lowship Hall and'a Chapel seat

F' Tom Davis teaching music. the'.tounty; support rate en the I Williams urged farmers to get ing one hundred. '
New of music will Improvements Are E-Z PIC
I compositions normal production of the divertedacres. in touch with their ASCS County The congregation, and the gen-
the teachers and
be for
.I previewed I The county support rate reflects Office for further details about eral public, is invited to attend
14TH &
Photographer students will participate in demonstrating Ready At Sebring the recently increased na the 1963 feed 'grain program. the ceremony Sunday. BEECH

PROFESSIONAL FLORIDA this new music. Mem- : : .... iI'. -
f
MOTOGR1PHEfl3PHONE bers of the Fernandina Beach i I I
For Classic
261.5486 High School Band will take partin Racing f

the Concert Band the Reading ', ,
Long awaited improvements to -- -,. .
Studio Band and the Dance Band. '
.
.
,
Located At 402 S. 17 I Street Miss: Lucy Dyal and Richard the famous at- Sebring 5.2 mile Florida auto, race\iiij: ,

Sapp will rehearse with the Con- course : /' -
Fernandina Beach, Florida cert Band Friday and Saturdayand greet the racing enthusiast Saturday t. ',:- ; :: ;: -
I March 23rd for the 13th Most ,
will play a concert Saturday : : .: ,
evening. :Miss Beverly Jones will Annual running of thl1'interna- > /
tional classic of road racing 'H',4q
't.-
Band and will
play in the Reading '
.I '
read new compositions during the events. IIk
IN I. Erection of new bleacher seats I.
\YB\SPECIALI2E:: entire clinic. There will be composers :
t directing the Reading Band. along! strategic stretches of the
Automatic Transmission road will give
Repairs twisting course Appreciated '
I Skipper Hill is a member of the
Dance Band which will rehearse added spectator viewing of the I I I

Brake Rebuilding Wheel Alignment and play for a, dance for the at- tortuous tricky bends and curved x
tending students.Ringing that make this high speed auto

GENERAL REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES & MODELS racing course one of the hardestin
the world of racing for car a

Our Repair Facilities Are The Finest, Best Equippedand I Bros. To and driver alike to conquer. The
famous 'ESS' bends and the time
Most Modern In Town I consuming 'HAIRPIN' as well as

a i Appear For 3rdColiseum the sharp right and left corners \ ". .. '.'!* ""-t I
HARRELL'S o-r the Webster turn will all have \ -- -

STANDARD additional bleachers added for the the FRIGIDAIRE
AUTO SERVICE Year in spectacle 'motor racing that Dryer

i South Eighth Street has no other like it in, the United
The 93rd edition of Ringlin6 \ for SMART !'
t "Your Rambler Dealer"J States. ._ a Buyer '
.__ --
i Bros and Barnum & Bailey Circus Rough stretches that have Long \N _-
--
comes to the Jacksonville Coli- been the bane of the fastest driv- < -

.. ._-. seum from Wednesday, January ers in the world are being leveled ;.,. .

30 through Sunday February 3. out and repaved. Although the ..\,. .>;.::.::,(' I i .

Thrilling and unusual acts from Sebring road racing course represents : ,,:' '}ii

J- all over the world and scores of actual travel on normal

WELCOMETO performing lions, tigers, bears highway it is felt that the } : '

camels, dogs and horses all con- smoothing of bad spots will bring; I Wonderfully simple! One dial does
tribute to the success of "The new records of speed to this fam- < : -
; 'i'Y it all gives just-right
I you
-:
Greatest Show on Earth.1tThis ous racing circuit. .,.>:'
..:: ; drying for every fabric!
will be the third year for On some of the less hazarduous <;:. >
Bros. and Barnum & parts of the course fencing will '* \ I }
Ringling : '
.
; has
: .' Only Frigidaire flowing Heat
Bailey Circus to at the be moved in closer to the actual
Fernandina Beach beautiful Jacksonville appear Coliseum, road racing area itself. Although A1' that dries breeze-fresh

an ideal setting for the thrills and i, protection to the spectators is .. .... K; -even safer than sunshine. \ I'

brilliance of the world known I l still the prime aim of the organizers .: :f':', i Ends line-drying wear and tear!
AND THEDEDICATION spectacle. it b felt that by letting the : lit.I
spectators nearer to the actual ;::;r' -.I lint the
Again this year new and elab- No-stoop screen on doorl! .
racing cars in action, it will add _
"P1 orate costumes have been designedfor T "
greatly to the actual thrill of this! I' ',! S Snag-free Porcelain Enamel drum!
J the "Big Show; a show thatis ; ,
of kind spectacle of speed.An "
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always pleasing to audiences of : .
: .. OF THE all ages all new victory lane arrangement ?:; -.... -, Insist on Frigidaire Depepdabilifyl'f!
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Five matinee performances will chance to see the drivers and\ cars lt t.

.. Florida MarineWelcome be presented; Friday, February 1 finishing the more than 1000 .'ii __' __
at 3:30 p.m.; Saturday February miles necessary to take home the 1

2 and Sunday, February 3 at 1:00 coveted ALITALIA Trophy, each: .. -7 ..
arid 5:00 Children ad- .t .,
p.m. pjn.
year awarded to the drivers and (
StationFirst mitted half price at matinees. I cars covering the most distance j ", LIBERAL.: r M

The evening performances are and in the fastest time between ', '
scheduled for Wednesday Thurs- .10:00 A.M. and 10:00 P.M. Saturday 'E I TRADEINALLOWANCES
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( of Its Kind In The World) day and Friday nights at 8:00 March 23rd, 1963. '

":. ... i p.m. arid Saturday, February 2 at i For advance sales ticket information :

8:45 pm.Tickets. concerning the only II ..
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Terms
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Be A One
% Happy Coliseum, Auditorium, HemmingPark mobile Racing Club of Florida,

and out of town ticket off P. 0. Box 71, Sebring, Florida. F Mode! DOAS'f, electric FRIGIDAIREFLOWING

I fices. Promenade and boxes $3.50; I (1 ,
Mezzanine 18th through 29th row CARD OF THANKS ... HEAT DRYER J. >
A. S. Allan's $2.50 and Mezzanine 30th through I We wish to express to our kind .',

I I 33rd row $1.50. I i neighbors and thoughtful friends
IrOuffitters our heartfelt thanks for their

: For The ,Entire Family "A space trip would be a bad I many expressions of sympathy Florida Public Utilities Company'-
i one for politicians. They wouldn't 1'1 he beautiful floral offeringswere ...
ATLANTIC AVENUE I be able to throw their weight especially appreciated.

; I I around." W. H. Goldthorpe, Ii (Signed) The family of .

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im4 I BY CURT. I GOPDON'I


I Coach Bob Stover was an unhappy Union three years ago/ that he
f rfrx A. man when his Pirates lost vould have a great team when his .

I 'A'' to the Starke basketball team x>73 became seniors. We admit it,I L .
\ last Friday night. They jumpe-' ok three years to be named the '' ''!';, ;
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) off: to a commanding 13;5 lead in "jmber one>team of the, nation. :' .:

,the game, but went into a "dee] 'nit, his youngsters won football I .l'
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by the Tornadoe, 4541. The< honor. They won 39 straight' _
.g nuest.on is, "what causes ;a ?amesf and some are returningnext
team to be going great and then year to try to extend the
all of a sudden freeze on the< streak: 'I' '

court?" A few years ago we were I if if: *
( interviewing Coach John Baldwin Coach Bob Stover and his Pirates -

!p! y:: of Bishop Kenny and we asked aren't enjoying a winning I 4::

him why He said if he knew the I basketball season yet as they are. -

I' if p answer he would be coaching at I. on the"'line with' an average of _

Notre Dame instead of Bishop 51.7 points per game, whiles their X _

Kenny. opponents have averaged 52.1 .
'* ft points per game They have lost a ,F
Two big days of boat racing i is three games by less than a totalof

in store for racing fans this week 11 points. I #v .
I t R end when the Sheriff's Water Pa- if ;II :_ .

1 II trol sponsors the two-day boat Highschools in .the state have I -

.. racing in conjunction with the :I been)reclassified this year for the Franklin L. Jones, General April 1, 1960 to December 21, and a 2000 day award on June
dedication of the Welcome Station -i i basketball tournaments. Class AA Superintendent of the Mill Divis I 1962. 19, 1955.
at the foot of Atlantic Ave i is schools with 451 boys and 'more, Jones offered his congratulations Pictured left to right are: A, L.
of I
ion Container Corporation
nue. The two-hundred'fifty dollar I while Class A is schools with' 151 I to all the employees of the i Sether, Safety Engines; F. L,
i, prize will probably draw plenty I I to 450 boys enrolled Fernandinawill America is shown presenting a Yard Department, pointing out I Jones, General Superintendent; L.

i S 'J of racers into town. be.in Class A Group 2 with Safety Award of Merit to L. R that this excellent record had I.i R. Durden, Woodyard SupeHntcndent -.
w Green! Cove Springs, Bishop Kei.ny .. Durden, Woodyard Superintendent been achieved though the safety ; and Peter Blair, President
WHAT PIRATE ''WOULDN'T EXERT every effort for victory)y with this group of I Thinking of races reminds us, of: Bolles, John Gorrie, Kirby for operating the Yard De- cooperation of all the personnel I of Local Union No. 06,' International -

( lovely young ladies cheering him on to win during the 1962-63 basketball season. the Annual Jaycees' Sport Car: Smith, Lake City, Live Oak, Pal- partment for 1000 days withouta I in the department. This group I Hod Carriers, Buildingand

Kneeling are,' co-captains, Chris Hall and Susan Bailey. From left, standing Patsy i iI I races to be staged at the local airport atka, Perry, St. Augustine and lost time Injury. The period j had previously received a 10001 I Common Laborers' Union ol-

Bailey, Baba Bryce, Susan Butler, Sharon Hall, Sue Selph and Gretchen Hall. 'I on Saturday anti Sunday, Star e. If our boys begin playingthe covered by this record was from day award on September 23, 1952: i i I America.
Photo Uy T II King March 2 and 3. Just wanted to< basketball they are capableof ____n._ ___

remind fans to keep that ,. we can't see why they can't
you with a 15 point second quartet
period for Yulee, although Philip Bennett scored 8, and Robinson 7 i iI 'I weekend open for another fine win in this group. Bowlerettes Pirates Blow and the halftime whistle found
Pirates Bow To. Robinson ,scored of while Johns added for the Hor- ,
i a pair charity I 44 : I two days of racing. # # Fernandina l leading, 25-20.
tosses. I nets and Sapp and Crisp scored i Mrs. Skipper: reports that fishing /
As The second quarter found Yulee I all 9 points for Fernandina in the Probably one of the finest basketball ; has been a little blow at Skip- BY SHIRLEY JACKSONJAN. I 10 1 Point Lead Starke outscored Fernafidma in
Yylee Jayvees I 8 1963 I the third stanza 15-8, and took a,
outscoring Fernandina, 11.9, as last 8 minutes. games to be played in this: per's Camp at Nassauville, bu ;
Total l 35-33 lead in the going into
Johns scored 4 points, Robinson Ronnie Sapp scored 19 pointsto area at 'this stage of the season, I there were a number of nice cat In Starke WinThe game
W L Pins the final eight minute of play.
Teams
jrijn OpponentsThe 5, and Mallory Wilder 2. Sapp lead Fernandina hi' scoring will take place Saturday night in : ches. Dan Ellis and Sam Jones
with John, Crisp scoring 14. Cor Red 1. Hadden Lanes 46 18 31741 Ronnie Sapp scored 5 points in,
scored four for the Pirates while the Hilliard gym when the I brought in 16 trout, Athens Walters
\ I Ferna'ndina Beich' PirateBtaVetball Steve Thomas scored 2, Crisp 2, bett scored 8, Steve Thomas 4 I Flashes entertain Callahan. Hil caught 26 trout, Jack' Stal- 2. Setzers 36 28 32160 i Fernandina Beach Pirates the third quarter to keep. the Pir
Ii ( II 3. Beach 33 31 31352 blew 10 lead the ates in the game, with Corbett
Lounge' a point over
I and James Rylant 1. and i
I team lost another lose and Corbett 1. The halftime Hard always'has a good team naker brought in 8 trout, two fishermen I
4, Hardee Bros. 31 33 31416 Starke Tornadoes in the first scoring 2 and Thomas one.
I ,as the Yulee Hornets Banded) whistle found the Pirates ahead 1 i Philip Robinson scored 18 Callahan has come up\vith' prob- from Jacksonville didn't I ''
garni I i 5. 23 41 31326 i then out the The final quarter was evenlY'
them a 49-46 setback '(Tuesday 2618. ; points and Harry Johns 14 to lead ably its best team ina number of I catch many, but ,brought in 2, Baileys quarter, came on
6. Waas 23 41 310&1 short end of the Brad- matched, with Fernandina goingout
score as
M pight. As the pattern; goes, they The two teams battled on even ; the Hornets in scoring Lajry years and'at the present time ii 3 five-pound trout in their catch I'I'I ford edged the Pirates, 45-41fin a in front late in the quarter,
10 Wilder undefeated. It should inter Kenneth Wilder, Jr. caught 3 I High Team Single i Game
Bennett added
Mallory
jump off to a commanding :lead terms in the third stanza as each I prove Conference II'but Starke battled back in the
ft the game then before'VcuVknow team scored,. 11 points. Corbett, I scored 6 and Don Higginbotham esting and"'if you plan to attend' trout, and Mr. and Mrs. Watley 1 I Scratch I Keystone game. ,l final moments of the game to' '
1. the it will be beneficial to from Bremens, Georgia fished'' 1. Hadden Lanes 583 I The game was played in the
it the opponent fs out nufrpnt.I Thomas, Sapp and Crisp scored game ', the victory.. The Tornadoes
score
I The Pirates held a' 17.9': first I from the field with Sapp and In the preliminary game the get there early if you want a three days last week and brought 2. Setzers 580 5741 I Starke gym last Friday: night as scored 10 points in the final quar-
Pirate Jayvees trounced the young seat. in a' number of trout each da/ 3. Setzers the two teams opened the 19631
adding charity for
Quarter lead as Charles"Corbett." the Crisp Pirates, while Johns scores, and Hornets, 7330. Richard Nobles: They were proud of the five- w/hcp 1 part of the basketball ter while Sapp scored four for the
oit for five point bnd-Ronnie 'I I Pirates and John Crisp scored 4,
Hadden 768 I
Wilder scored 2 field goals apiece Alan Cover and Randy Price scored The Valdosta Wildcats wen pound bass they caught. Lanes Charles Corbett and Donnie
with 7. John to account for the 8 points by the'
Sapp came through and Robinson scored four points 10 points apiece to lead "Ben* just named the number 'one high I 6 Setzers 764 Brazell each had a good scoring I .
Crisp added 4 and James- Rylant from the foul line for Yulee. ner's Bombers" t: the victory. school football team of the nation 1 Last week when we attended Setzers 751 first quarter racking up six points ; Piiates. 14
'with
Corbett man
with Tree shot was top
tame through a i Mike Rice came through with 9, last week. Think of the number I the Gator Bowl Basketball Tournament High Ind. ,Single Game apiece to put Fernandina out in
The final stanza told the while Ronnie scored:
Bennett Johns storyas points Sapp
tarry and Harry, I Jack Barniak 8, Richard Schomas of high school football teams in I with our good buddies, Scratch I front of Starke, 15-5, at the end
the Hornets able to Yulee racked 19 points 111, Brazell 8, Thomas 4 and Criftf
only '
were .. up 7 and Benny- Alvarez 6. Jerry the natiod and you can realize the I Claude Haddock and William 1. Ruth Williamson i 192 of the first eight minutes of play. i .
from thE field in the first while Fernandina scored only 9. I 4. '
?core : 1 ,. .... ,. I Beard scored 4, Bairy Rice 4, I tremendous honor it is. Coach I II Sweatt, we saw a familiar trainer j jI 2. Shirley Jackson ,192 Corbett kept his pace by scoring J. Williams scored 19 points to
1 Baryl ,Rice 3 and John Harrison 2 II Bazemore of Valdosta must be i a {I sitting .on the Gator team bench. 3. Hilde Lawrence 189 j six points in the second period, I: lead the Starke team. **'
I for Fernandina. fine judge of his talent as he told : It was Johnny Morris, former w/hcp and Steve Thomas and Brazell :I
R. Crews scored 24 to lead the Bob Price of the Florida Times Fernandina athlete, now servingas Shirley Jackson 240 scored the other four'points made II I II

H SERVE FROM, THE Young Hornets in scoring. B. i trainer for the basketball team. Patsy Cottle 233:) by the Pirates in 'the second per- !I TradeAtHomeFresh
Jones scored 4 and Platt 2. John he had to'I Hilde Lawrence 224 the_ .
: I 'Independent League was kept busy 'as 'I iod. The Tornadoes closed,, gap ,. I..
',"' NEW I tend to a couple of injured Gators High Team, Three. Games. T

i* y.Seafood. '. .' If you know t a .family,.with.. ,,a I j during. the game( :% 'y' 4, ," Scratch- r -...; .
child born rv'th.a defect, ask them Basketball : : I II "' ,1* > ** ." 1. Setzers 1611
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; to seek'aid through their local I t We don't know just who the 2.. Setzers 1611 i Fish &

Market chapter of The Natiohal Founda I BY CURT GORDON I golfer was, it could have been 3. Hadden Lanes 1550 .
tion-March of Dimes Join the Gordon's Automotive team, con- i Slim Askins, Jimmy Hufchins, w/hcp
25th Anniversary March of Dimes I tinues to set the pace in Inde- Jake Bunch or Tom Michael, but Setzers 2154 :, Shrimp DailySpecial

in January and fight crippling pendent Basketball as they cap- we understand that this particular Baileys 2125

AT birth defects, arthritis and polio; tured two victories last week to golfer sliced the ball into a large, Waas 2120 ; Orders Are Our Specialty
increase their lead. The leaders ant bed. In his attempt to knock : High Ind. Three Games

:" defeated Young's in a real dose< the ball out, he missed it about Scratch DOUGHERTY SEAFOOD COMPANY
PORTER'S FISH CAMP 1- battle in the nightcap of a double- I six' inches. He missed his second 1. Eleanor Flint : 510 .

header last week, 71-68, after I try by another six inches on the 2. Patsy Cottle 506 Open Daily 7:00: A.M. To 7:00: P.M.
., ON EGAN'S CREEK opposite side of the ball. About 3. Eleanor Flint 493; '
SPECIAL!
}holding a 40-34 halftime lead. In
... One Block North of Atlantic Avenue On Front Street
that
i the of the night, the SeaHorses time one ant remarked to another w/hcp .
opener I I Phone 261-4811 Melvin Dougherty, Prop.
I blasted KAC, 81-60, after 1 one, "We had better get on Patsy Cottle 671
: FRESH DAILY JOHNSON'S holding a commanding 41-23 half- the ball,.before he knocks out Eleanor Flint 591 i YOUR BUSINESS IS APPRECIATED ,
I of us." June O'gteen 586 I
time lead.. ti.
Rd AT I FLOOR' POLISHER In games Monday night Gor- i. -- -

/ourN1 don's won over the KAC, 69-54,
lie ,, PORTER'S I after leading at the half 29-16, I
while Young's Inc; defeated the<
RE-LIVE THE
*- ../ $37.50 Sea Horses in the nightcap, 72-
i 64. Young's led at the intermis-
Ocean *. 45c Lb.
Troufy- sion, 46-31.
; AtHARDEE
Jerome Spence with 23 points:
Il e Bass ,"- 25c Lb. and Lloyd with 22 led Gordon'

I to the 71-68 victory over Young's, GAY NI1NETIES !
Roe Mullet : 35c lb. BROS.
while Crump scored 15, Evans 1 9

and Steve Spence 2. Carl Jones
Whiting -' 20c Lb. ATLANTIC AVENUE led the losers in scoring with 18

points while A. Cooper scored 15, fj

-------- Jim Roland 13, Dallas Reed 8,
Wayne Dotson 8 and Jim Horn 6-

s....r...,. .' i Arthur Renshaw scored 19 to
.I ..... 'i lead the Sea Horses to the 81-6C "I OPEN HOUSE

win over the KAC while Kirk :
ATI N 0 U, N C I N G : '. scored 16, Oley King 13, Glee

Kitchens 12, Lewis 13, Stan Car-
den 6 and Tiner 2. Jim Thornton AT THE

Our R 0 i J7. Gerald Robinson 22, Sleeks 13,,
e. pen n 9 ,i Mullis 6 and Gene Mattox 2 to

: ,. account for the KAC scoring.
I ,";;0 Monday night Lloyd racked: cy i PALACE SALOONI
I 25 points to lead Gordon's to tic I
11th '
:L RM FRIDAY JANUARY 69-54" victory KAC. Crumpsscored

I : 16, Jerome Spence 13,, I
Steve Spence 8 and Evans 7. '
tE Gerald Robinson scored 26 to lead I :

KAC in scoring while Thornton AFTERNOON

I I" '''. BLUE SEAS scored 13, reekS 8, Labigang* 4,

Mattox 2 and Hughes 1,
... Nat Smith's 23 points topped '

.".. ..- Young's scorers in their 72-64 : ; .
FOLLOWING DEDICATION OF THE WORLD'S
r... "i.I win over the Sea Horses while : ,.w:i -."
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i. FIRST WELCOME STATION
James Griffin 2. Kirk scored 2J ,! WATERWAY .
to.lead the Sea Horses while Bib! '' '.
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F/ie/ ? Fines Quality Foods : :' Sea Young's Horses 10 7'MO 7 I And The Famous Paintings At Florida's' .

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:. ;.It ,' 1. KAC 4 13 .
Oldest And Most Soloon /
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.::111 Fred 0. Dickinson, Jr., j Bratirg with the Council in the Announces New I i SAVE qT lI -- ,

Chairman the Florida I I distribution of materials, part! .

w-.r-- 100. Council or i"|I and lpiting earning. in the out actual.tie myriad campaign of ,, Mail! Limitations i r' A l i \ : CbPEUIND FRESH J llTil k. (I ( ELGfN YELLOW. soLiD.s

--Under i the direction of Counril';I ISm&ers details required in such an opera- I I
Bryon C. Shouppe, presi 'tfcgtiTi i If you are a proud parent about Li'i SAUSAGE: MARGARINE"
Southern Tours, Inc., St.1'etetsbwg | Also participating are the hotel to announce a new birth, & mother j i ..
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and Benjamin H. ,and motel associations, various { about to send out YOUl.thild's ,
:evert:: Jr., vice president, TheeeeCola attractions and many,. many other birthday invitations, a friend ofbridetobemailingshower.in :'
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Co., Orlando chairman :organi ration*. a .
jjnjjjrtce chairman respectively of Arrangements have teen bade vitations, or a recipient of a gift "
4ha. about to send a thank-you note, p ...
ourtesy campaign comnilUct |for the1. Good/ear blimp to be at I i
will want to, know about She M
'Tt' lewide drive to touto you
greet \the disposal of the courtesy campaign -
Florida tot underway Jh:. j committee throughout the! new site and shape requirements ( I lB. (B ? ;,;:::

.1. I jI I two-month period and many individuals ,!,for mailing pieces prescribed ,by -,-.. .'* --

=.:Jie massive campaign involve already have eeen the!: [I the Post Office Department FRESH COUNTRY'ST1.fLE- limit 2 with $Z.SU tood, order. ==
-eU-ews media in the stkte along ,]blimp flAsh} the messages of According to the Postmaster ......
-"ttttr official tate agencies, vat* greeting at both' 'the Gator and l these. ,are the flew limitations ef 2VIR6INA'STIYMAN /,
:r L civic organizations and Orange Bowl games respectively fective January i, 1963, for all WINESAP -
"Ttraps, business associations andHGJflTmany Radio and television stations envelopes, cards, and self-mailers: I ,
individuals to attempt i and\ newspapers all over the state They must measure not less than \ AppIE"$5 BAG 49/ :
to l list I have been asked to conduct "Miss 3 inches in width or 44 inches in \ IU..
Some 15 billboards have! been Smile" contests as we attempt to length, and they must be rectangular .
or are being placed at strategic locate the young! lady with the I I : in shape., In'addit on, envel- Quantity.Riga's.Reserved-Prices Good Thru.lanuaq/12fh MORTON Chicken, Bed;,Turkey, Ham, Salisbury, Meat l of.i
highway locations throughout prettiest smile, since a smile is a opes more than 9 inches in widthor '
Florida welcoming tourists to this real sign of friendliness, the be' 12 inches in length or those Dinners 2 Fot 79? ;
friendly land of sunshine! ginning of courtesy. which have a ratio of width to
*,r:,All l daily and weekly newspap All of this is designed -to !impress ; length of less than 1 to tAU ((1 t,..,
ern .tn Florida were requested to i,:: on the visitors who are to the square_ root' of 2))0, are not 13} MORTON Apple, Cherry Peach-, Coconut ;
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'.ttl flocking into Florida in recommended' y j
even
j -"e(d i torials': greater numbers-that we trulyare I "I mention birth announcements Fruit Pies F :Y 29

"tft'close- New Year's Day as: glad they are here and that I II birthday and shower invitations ., .. .;!*!
"possible. The newspapers were I we hope they will return to visitus and thank-you notes 't"1 : _
specifically .
,supplied with a suggested editor- again and again as the. years ," the postmaster said:, TREADO' Family Size : :._ .-IJItt,
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n1iH 'ds well as mats and photo- pass I '
graphs depicting friendly Florida. We decided to conduct this "because quite often these items aiS' 9 g
Peen Pies t
Television und radio stations all ;'campaign after we discovered in I are of unusually small dimensionsor I R. ,
-H.9YW the state received filmed or surveys of other tourist areas odd shapes. Although these restrictions --
taped 'greeting from that the !
messages one thing which consis '
are minor ones, full cooperation ASTOR Fresh Frozen
LIB.BY'S or
'.. Goy Farris Bryant and some 30 : tently left a favorable! impression F _. *****
member of the with the I' i' of the public will assist $
V $ Council en tourists was the friendliness :
fequest 'that they be used as a with which they were treated by ) materially in enabling post offices GreerPeds l. ., s
,,..fpublic service during January and the residents' of the state in to mechanize and economize." APkgs. .
.--February to welcome our millions I which they 'were visiting Envelopes, cards, and self-mail j' .-
'. of"_tourists.I I It was, therefore, the decisionof ; ers which are smaller than the .,. ASTOR Chopped or Spears Fresh Frozen \, ::- ff
I Some 500,000 "Smiling Or- the Council to try to instill in
I minimums indicated >
above, or 10-oz I
ange" buttons and posters are bell i Floridians the importance of good which are not rectangular irr Broccoli. .5 1
::* l ':"dlstributed for wearing or I old-fashioned courtesy: as a stim 'I Ii shape are nonmailable. Post offices Gov't. SmokedHAMS 0 Pkgs. .
posting in ,.and II Insp. :
conspicuous places i ulant to what still is our state's will therefore not accept ,
all of them carry the theme offriendlines's I greatest industry tourism.All I i them for processing and delivery. 1. ASTOR Fresh Frozen Mixed ::
of Floridians. of these .fine efforts will "
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..Uoj'.* The Florida Development Com- fail, however, unless you, tic individual News From ; Vegetables 5 a9 _
mJsSlon, the State Chamber of"Co1mnerce cooperate. Please smile, \ : .
'- and the State Junior be friendly and make our visitors
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Bryant Academy
'Chamber
of Commerce are coop- glad they are here. i I AST OR Fresh Frozen Cream or ? w

: I Bryant Academy held its first 10-oz. ,....
I ::: SPORTS light tackle; this species the Cut Corn 5 $1
AFIELD basketball December 17 w
4I4)::1...r. I dolphin.piece that Nature no artist created has a master-I I in the "Dragons game on Den" The Academy FULL .HALF. Pkgs. .

I ... nv TED RESTING to equal The golden rays of a I girls were victorious, with or WHOLE ASTOR Fresh Frozen Fordhook or '- "
the game ending 29-19.:) Irene w,
tropical sunset the I
blue-green of
If is difficult to describe in detail the sea, the royal purple of an {I Kimjble, Co-Captain, was the highest LB. : ff 5 o-oz.s(|- SK
the many methods for catch- early morning sky and the lush scorer, making 14 points fol- : -baby Limas Pkgs. ,
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f lag the various lowed by Geneva Palmer .
pelagic and migratory green of a South. Sea island are scoring"I ....
'j fishes that inhabit the warm 10 points Our boys lost with the j ,
just few of the colors blended '
caters\ off the Florida coast and i i together a in the dolphin. game ending 35-20. Captain Har- ': W-D 'FRESH, EXTRA, LEAN Save 9* Each THRIFTY MAID Yellow Cling J : =
"thrcughout' the outer islands of the I ry Glover was the highest scorer ': $499
*, ahamail. But there i H one specie I Dolphin are usually caught among both teams making 12points. G"round'Beef 5p 'Peaches 5"o.2STj1 t. $
"' when anglers are trolling for sail- .
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J 'of sportsmanship =
fish that outshines all others fish, kings, bluefish, mackerel and Very good + f- .....
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with its beautiful coloration, ,' ether species that inhabit offshore 1 1I was exemplified by both teams< > w.
its spied and fight whfn taken on !1 waters. It is the belief of Robert On Friday, December 21, Christ-i CHOPPED, SHAPED, CUBED .' Save 8* Each DOLE Hawaiian
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fast pace that it konly:by chance I II homerooms At 2:00: P.j: ,f? )I.. .j ,. ,
I IIIP hat you cut: acrgs r' $air path I if., the Christmas Program?::was ''i..:. SUNNYLAND GA. BREASTjw'ith( ,ribs), or." LEGS .,. : Save 2t Each VAN CAMP : '
held in the
cafetorium.Miss,
edge When jf-ouVe the QuIt trolling Stream along for sailfish the- I Carter was chairman of the Helm Program _! Pork&Beans 8 i
Parts 49x s1.
it is not uncommon to find Mrs. Mattie S. Bryant Fryer 'Lb. ,
of
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dolphin, iI1 the ,"icinity'hel't Principal Bryant, .
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brown sargassum! and other seaweeds I I for sence.Miss We Carter exchanged during gifts her and 1 TALMADGE FARMS Country"Smoked Hams Bacon;or Save lOt 'Each LIBBY'SSausage ,
are usually floating
in rows
along the edge of the current. fruit was given to all present.; -
.Ae1rI Dolphin are known, to inhabit I Visitors present were; Mrs. Bryant 79, beef Stew 2t n.39Les "

areas around, flotsam, floating Mr. and Mrs. Eric Wilson, ..
planks, boxes and other refuse.In daughter and son-in-law of Mr. .
I! more northern waters, dolphin and Mrs. J. B. Bryant and their I Ii s Salt ,. Better Tasting BLUE BAY Light Meat ''':'' '

I are frequently caught ,near lob- |.guest a ninth grade student from 1
I Pahokee. At the end of our Tuna 4:1..
sfer-pot buoys. They are very fond' Whit Bacon. 39, Chunk ,
fn of flying fish and wherever you Christmas Program, ;school was .
dismissed for the Yuletide Season.
fish
see flying skimming the sur- j '
face of the water, you may bej! The instructional and non-in. CR CKIN" GOOD 'Sweet, or 'Buttermilk. Saye 8< Each DEEP SOUTH ;
... DOORS AWNINGS I fairly certain dolphin are in the' gtructional staff of Bryant was
vicinity. entertained at the home of Mr. ie'S'A'tS. @ : 25 '
TfTey seldom refuse' to.take a i'and Mrs. James BrJitnalong 6 Cans 49' Apple Jelly ..2 : ,
j' with their daughter and her husband ,
k\ : movfn bait and their eyesight U' i
itt incredible.! Dolphin will rush a as guests. S ERBRA: P. Save 4* Each, CRACKIN' GOOD ',. r
marlin bait from a djstanc? of Thirty-six members of thd Honor
f I over 50 feet from the *lde of the I Society for the second six weeks Saltines f
Cot. 19
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boat. The, erratic action of a skip I will be honored during the first. : :- .
BOATS. FENCES bait darting out of the water as week of January. ,

it reaches the nest of a wave, Annette M. Bridges Chairman 6 MAID _
I OLD FASHIONED Sbve < a Con THRIFTY .
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may a flying Public Relation

with I are fish.green Other-and-yellow successful feather baits or ,,I Daisy Cheese Lb.. 49, Tomatoes Cans 25F

I nylon jigs, pearl spoons, a yellow. I I, speed and. fight when taken on

painted metal squid and numerous light tackle So when your fingers YOUR CHOICE, Limit'1 with:$5.00.food order. ASTOR, MAXWELL HOUSE
other bright-colored ,lures. are numb from catching cod, remember "
III.IIIP. Few game fish can match this I that one of the most beautiful -,
spectacular and colorful specie, I game fish awaits you in a Mb. 1 ..

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It must be admitted that the The growing of these vegetables

t.,- recent cold rather dampened ardor of easy and quick culture is a fine a

for gardening, but once the project for juniors, one in which

i gardener ventures out for a few they can take pride.

t I f:" I hours of actual work his spirits
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the posterity of last year's plants '
PROPANE GAS SERVICE employees enjoyed their annual Christmas I which reseed themselves. Among r; .,:. 't'A' i ,ca e
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Party at Sue's Beach Drive In during the holidays. In attendance at the festive occasion these are larkspur, poppies, phlox,. I I': : '. .: :

were, left to right sitting, Mrs. Rudy York, George Troke, Mrs. Howard Al- I, linaria, and the yellow daisies that it'f.". "., >,,'..>..>,0.'t->#,". fi'i
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Mrs. Robert Carson made the initial ..".F*.....,".' ,\,' :)i"'"
sept, Leo Cryder, Bobby Adams, Mrs. Bobby Adams, Mrs. John Marsh and John .1 >
Marsh (former local manager now in Tilusulle). Standing, left to right, Mrs. Leo start of locally and shared '?: ''' ) tl

Cryder, Mrs. Winslow Ennis, Howard Akept, Mrs George Troke, Rudy York, Subur with neighbors and friends. Wehaven't 1": % '.;. ,. I t + iR

ban district manager, Winslow Ennis, Mrs Dewey Switzer, Richard Lo\ell, Mrs. Lovell seen the petunia reseeds t

Dewey Switzer and Mrs. Ray Caldweil. Mr.-and Mrs. Caldwell were guests at the yet but they will be coming along.' .: ONE OF THE HIGHLIGHTS of the Florida Public Utilities Christmas party was the

I sumptuous dinner and the ensuing festivities / As choice you know flowers, reseeds do do purchased not make ":{ M. recognition;: of employees! hating 15 or more years service with the local division

I I as seeds which. have as been scientifically 'lijt Those so honored were, left to right, James Tuten, Irvin McKendree, Lewis Nolan,

Mr. and Mrs Joseph C. Peacock, crossed and,, kept up to set W. E. demons Carson .McKendree, Elizabeth Nolan, Dan Daugherty, division man
Miss Claxton Bride of Daniel W. Peacock Jr., all of ,Yulee standards. However, we can learn # J ager who made the awards, Mrs. Cecilia Cone, Chester Lovell, Elbert Gill and Herman

The Rev Francis Picker, pas- from these reseeds that had we I Roper. Following a delicious buffet dinner, catered by Sue's Beach Drive In at the

tor, performed the double. ring broadcast and raked in fresh seed Jetty Lodge dancing rounded out the gah evening. "'ift.e: ht employees, wives or

ceremony .at 7:30 o'clock. a couple of months ago we would il I hwt husbands: and guests enjoyed the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Caldwell were invited

An arch of holly and white have quality seedlings appearing l' guest ? ..
chrysanthemums flanked'r with
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\ candelabra 'holding lighted tapers, now.Did you make. a compost pile I : no to control the juvenile
3 way
provided the beautiful setting for last year when you raked leaves z roblem in these counties: ,
the candlelight ceremony White and have added to it your non-
)f you I In some counties, violation of
fir trees in the }) addedto
background
ACAPITOLLETTER
kitchen ? Putting
r- V greasy scraps i I the law is flagrant. The 'whisky
the Christmas setting. ,Potted
those kitchen aside and '
scraps in 'eabI
contained 4rht
I s large -
;. poinsettias were used at points journeying out to the compost Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Jones o'u1ce I inside
with
inets prices posted
N f throughout the church and'lighted pile with. them can be a pretty big \ { announce the engagementof BY JERRY .MOCK I
a he door Cost is: little more than
I 1 t1s tapers illuminated the windows. How her daughter, Miss Judy Hyatt, 1
n nuisance in our busy lives. BY JEURY MOCK ta 'Rosa, Suwanee, Walton Wash- I'at a licensed store, about 25 to
Mrs. John Page rendered a program ever, results justify such efforts to Joe Steven Cottle, Jr., son of I '
TALLAHASSEE Three state ton and Wakulla.A 50 per cent more.
of music. Rev Mr, and Mrs. Joe Steven
piano nuptial when one sees and feels the won- Cottle,
Beverage raids over federal tax of $10 and a
Department
Picker "Because *' Sr. In these counties, said Lee, "if
1 sang accom- derful humus now on, hand for our
the netted estimated state tax of $2.17 gallon has
I holidays an per it weren't so ,serious it would be
panied by Mrs. Page. ,.
flower beds. Remember that this The bride-elect is a student- at $160,000 in tax paid whisky and been paid on the whisky involved. '
Matron of honor' was Mrs. Joseph humus is a soil Conditioner to en Yulee High School. II highlighted a department problem Seiz.ures have been made on from funny.

Sylvester, who wore a floor able our sandy soil to better retain Mr. Cottle is a graduate of Fer the I Ii five to 1,760 bottles.
dry county.
length gown of rustling gold.''taffeta moisture and fertilizer and 1--- I It's still too early to tell how
nandina Beach High School and i "They vote dry and drink wet," In many counties agents have
featuring a fitted bodice with : 1 the trimester will work out, butit
the amount of plant food in it is
e is presently stationed in the Can- said Beverage Director Tom Lee worked up what they thougnt
rounded neckline and has caused complaints.
: tiny puff dependent on: ,just what material al Zone with the U. S. air to many
Army. !of most dry counties. were tight, cases, only see
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sleeves. The bouffant skirt was went into the compost pile, suchas Florida State University reportsa
them thrown of court.
Plans for the wedding will be The Beverage Department out
poised over 'a hooped underskirtof manures, fertilizer etc. It is I i iI 12 per; cent increase in dropouts
Y ruffled net. Her headpiece wasa not a complete substitute for the announced at a later date. I claims up to now it has been unable -I If, state and federal tax has to a total of{ about three per
to stir public interest in the I been paid, why all ,the fuss? The
soft bow of matching taffeta elements our plants need for good cent of the student body. But with
I'i. MAMIE MILLS CIRCLE problem, and thus its efforts, have beverage department gives two I
with a circular face veil.. She carried ,- growth and we must apply a I a tremendous influx,; of college

.. a cascade bouquet ,of, white good garden fertilizer to cur beds The Mamie Mills Circle of Wo- I gone for naught. major .reasons: I students expected in the next few

;: it cyclamen blossoms and mums. for best results.: man's Society of Christian Ser I Beverage officials cite offhand I 1. Loss in license revenue. A years, the trimester, or something

t.: 1' 4 Tf Bridesmaids,! ,were Miss Norma We like to buy the January and vice of Memorial Methodist some 65 cases were made against whisky license costs a retailer I like it, Is here to stay.

Jean Campbell, Miss Sheila Clax February' issues of garden maga.. Church will meet Monday, January : alleged offenders but they were between $300 and $1,500. Cities,

ton and Mrs. James Tucker They zines. The January ones always 14th, at 3:30: p.m.. at the thrown out of court. counties' and the state share in During the past 25 years, The

wore gown made identical to the carry descriptions of the best home of Mrs. Q. A. Dyal, with The situation invclves some 18 : this. National l Foundation-March of

<$ matron' of honor's, in irridescent newly introduced plants, and the Mrs. D. 0. Oxley. serving as co- i dry counties in Florida Alachua, 2. There U no way of conduct- Dimes has spent $385":>00.OPO fora
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green taffeta. They were match- garden of course should not be hostess. I Bradford, Clay, Calhoun, Gadsden, i ing business by law. The violators medical care program to assist

:: ing headpieces and carried cascade neglected when it comes to keep- This will be the regular business I Hamilton Hardee Hernando, Holmes -, have nothing to fear, said the department I patients Afflicted with birth defects -

f bouquets of iceberg chrysanthemums ing up with what's new or at and social .meeting of the Jackson, Jefferson Lafayette because they are violating I arthritis and 'polio. Join the

n showered with touches of least trying out what's new. The club. / I Liberty, Madison Polk, San- i' the law anyway. Thus there 1PC3'; March of Dimes.

I Mrs. Daniel "'. Peacock red and l silver. February issues usually carry --- 1-1'
I [ Little Miss Vicki Nessler t articles which
good gladiolus
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'Miss Anice Claxton became December 29 the Yulee t Daughter and" -
Joyce : at Baptist of Mr. Mrs, Frank right r
I are up' our personal alley.
H i $ the bride of Daniel W. Peacock Chuch. The bride is the daughter ; Nessler, was flower girl. She I Gladiolus. planting time begins .
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in one of the loveliest weddings of Mr. and Mrs. Brodie Clax i I wore a floor length irock of green locally on January 15th. and con v 7 ....

I I of the Christmas. season, I I Ih ton. The. bridegroom's. parents. ate r! taffeta and carried a dainty white tinues through most of March .,
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{. holding petals.
rose Later plantings are more subject .
''I Ringbearer was Master Curtis to thrips at blooming time. The

Crider Crider.son" of Mr.' and Mrs.: C. E. glad bulb dealers do not commit I .. If you like 'em solid,

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themselves definitely as to the t
M- Ronald Peacock served as' best length of time from planting to' sure-footed and quick
man for his brother. Ushers<<: were II bloom because of the differencesin ,

Robert Peacock anfl Carl Peacock: .
soil and '
temperatures growing _
+ brothers of the bridegroom, and conditions Faitlane'sj'oiirkindofcar/ EPS
but the
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.. Joe Claxton, cousin of the bride. NpIII r
sixty-five to eighty-five days
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The petitie brunette bride givenin
1<1 ., 'marriage by 'her father, was for the early blooming varietiesand SLAM THE DOOR-and listen to the

.. I never lovelier th'an in her floor eighty-five to one hundred solid thunk of a car that's all muscle.
Ii twenty for the mid-season and,
.1 length. gown of "white silk organza late blooming ,varieties. The small GET BEHIND THE WHEEL-and discover

.'and taffeta, featuring a Sabrina. type glads are on the whole early I this hot new middleweight gives you the
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neckline and appliques of lace, enriched bloomers. As those interested room of a big car MOVE 'ER OUT-
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with seed pearls and irri- know and learn how Fairlane unsnarls traffic
.. one must really force gladsto
I descents, extending down the Bodice make our April flower shows ... (It'soverafootshorterthanstandardcars.)
front to the uautllne
scalloped -
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C3 / 1 L4c The back bodice was dosedto from'midMay until mid-June ;;; HIT THE OPEN ROAD-This i tight i trim i
to t the hipline with tiny, sel :-cov. ." "
Fairlane has the solid feel of
... Our comparatively cool January "" Fairlane a big carl
Bred. buttons and
.. the long tapered soil does not get glads off to a Door Sedan
sleeves were closed at the wrist Choose from two lively Challenger V-$'s
quick start,. so that those planted
t with matching buttons The 'voluminous several weeks. later bloom equally aN. with up to 164 horses..9 models: hardtops -
skirt fell in soft: foldsto t
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chapel train. Her
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We stopped here for lookseeat .'
veil of 'iUusion was caught to a a "as .. AND REMEMBER-in any Fairlane, you
.j' some stock and snapdragon .
.. .I jgr k. { I crown, of seed pearls and ae uins, plants '''e' set out this week and ., enjoy the kind of care-free driving for i

;and she carried a cascade of Red to sprinkle an additional supplyof which Ford cars are famous (maintenance
Delight rosebuds and hotly -fol I
I chlordane around them. We = stops are reduced to twice a year, or
iage. Her only ornameat'was f P
t lost one yesterday to a cutworm*, 1 every 6,000 miles).
a cultured pearl pendant, a giftof
HIM the'bridegroom. the very plant that was shortchanged ,

Immediately following tie cere- on chlordane when our America's M, ,most care.free cars!
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1 supply ran out. We annihilated the
mony, Mr. and Mrs. Claxton entertained -
I If worm, however. These
I with) a reception: in the culprits FORD
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;I Claxton chose for h r'daughter's scene of the crime and one can '" rrc arwwlt +ao.rw+wnar o
pull them out of the top layer of aavehest +cawr '

: i'MELT AWAY WINTER WITH two piece navy wedding silk shantung, a becoming dress soil around the plant. They usually FairlaneSquire n x .?

... : worn with navy and white acces I cut the plant at about ground

; sories. Her corsage was: a, fuschia I level, and some gardeners find
: placing cuffs around the F
dendrobum orchid. paper { 9 a
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STANDARD ,. : Mrs. Peacock chose a handsome I base of plants a preventative. The
chlordane acts as a good deter
sheath dre s of champagne brocade 9
'with matching Aiaist length :': rent, however

a wA jacket accented with gold sphere-I I Most of us lack the space for ..
BURNER Oil I shaped buttons. She wore match. extensive planting of vegetables, r : pP
ing accessories and her corsage but we can all tuck in a few salad i

"' was a varigated lavender vanda' items in the flower beds, such as

r III W .., orchid. II onion sets, radishes, lettuce seeds
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; .. "Warms almost like Summer" 'Presiding at the punch bowl or plants. If you have not already
1 Mrs. planted such dainties, start now
.. ,# were Dorothy jHigginbotham i
and Mrs. Larry Jonrs..Mrs. L L. and continue at weekly interval
: Flood your home with "sunshine" warmth Owens and Mrs. llarion Jones for the next month or six weeks.

: .'i'at,the first hint of Winter Let us fill : served the bride's cake Mrs. Jos
your
eph Herring and Mlrs. Jewel Dawson ding were, Mr" and Mrs. T. E.

: tank. now and keep it filled with were in charge of serving. Danson, Mr. and Mrs. W. Combs,

STANDARD BURNER OIL. Clean-firing. Miss Joan wills kept the Jim Jenkins, Mrs. George Lar h, .. ti 9 6 Fairlane 500 Sports Coup*

bride's book. Henry Larsh, Mr. and Mrs. Nor- .

: Economical. Safe- the odorless .clean- Mrs. George Sutton entertained man Rodgers Mrs. W. P. Courseyand .,

: burning fuel that gives you maximum heat guests at the piano during the re daughter Mrs. Nollie Coursed .
ception' hour. Mrs. Jane Anglia and daughter .
: for your money For their wedding trip to Ft. and Sandra Rogers, all of .
till I / .
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Lauderdale, Mrs/ Peacock chose a Jacksonville; Mrs. Andrew Cat- 's y .

: Whatever;type of oil-burner you have, you sheath dress oljj red wool, worn tie and daughter of Woodbine, '.. ," ; 1 .

: : can depend on us for unfailing deliveries of ; with black patent, accessories and Ga; Mr and Mrs. Ted Fiveash ,,' : {:-
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.' a white! orchid. i !and daughter Diane, of Bruns- '.'
:r ;. STANDARD BURNER OIL when you need it.' ; The bride graduated from Yulee wick, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. John Me- : ,, .
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.. High School in.!' the class of 1961 Collough of Kingsland, Ga.; Janet : J

r. and is presently employed at the McColIough and James McCol-

Federal Reserve Bank in Jackson. tough, Kingsland; Rev. and Mrs.

.. ville. Ray McKendree and son, Baldwin; Losserre Motor CompanySouth

The bridegroom is a graduateof Mrs. Thas S, Crisp, Rock Hill .

: [STANDARD! H. F. STONE JR. Agent Yulee Higfi" class of 1962, and S. C.::; Mr. and ;Mrs. H. H. Blood-i I

OIL is now serving in the U. ,,S.'NaVf. worth and children of Sanford; Eighth Street YOUR FORD DEALER Phone 2O-3S19

.,.... Our Business Is Serving You attending. Aviation Electronics Mr. and Mrs.. James Tucker and I

School in Memphis, Tenn. son of Savannah, Ga.; and Mrs. Set Sail For Your Ford Dealer's ,. The TRADE WINDS Are Blowing
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.P R'e Ten --- News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida -Thursday January 10, '1gG, _- A

-..- .. .. .- .. .-. ._. rooms, .reading and. wriitng.munity I -- -Facilities- t Administration: :

Too Late : To Classify I I rooms-m.lt 'antt- televstoitfree! 't of he Hu sing"and Home Fuiar.e

I I tije: fatoce' g>afoon r T TI : ',community: bus service*,water and t Agency. \
grounds
I BY RUSSELL KAY I care. You pay extra only As a unit of the splendid L-
FLORIDA'S OLDEST AND MOST HISTORIC i I II :for gas and electricity. ;f high Acres development Golden

One Block From City Docks 1 have just finished reading Alan and myself have been tresblled -, Two> type. of unit are available fj i Age ViHag| enjoys. all community
Alan King's amusing book entitled .with this problem and I ata i :- One bedroom garden apart.I advantages; sidewalks, stret::
"Anyone Who Owns Hi.'*gratified to learn that efforts are ment with and fire
Dancing Nightly To Your Favorite Tunes I living room, dining ;lighting, parks, police-
I I Own Home Deserves It." In his i now b.cing made to solve it. I area, kitchen,. bath utility and I protection, shopping center, community .
In Air-Conditioned Comfort hilarious vein he recounts his experience -I Down in Lee County at Lehigh storage rooms!; and studio efficiency i.. i center private lake fish

in giving up a comfort- I Acres they are doing something apartment AH units are ing, country club golf link,

.:.... Serving The Finest Of Beverages able apartment in the city and I about it. They have established equipped with!* stove refrigerator, church and civic organization.

., BOILED SHRIMP KOSHER SANDWICHES moving .to his own home in the Golden Age Village where folks space heater, bathroom heater and j membership if desired.

BARBECUE i M j 1 y suburbs. "like Alan and me can rive up out lot water heater and'city wateris Golden Age Village seems to be

,. HAM ON RYE Moil of us don't know when city apartment or white elephant included in. the rental as 13 I the answer to the oldsters' prayer -
1? we are well off' and Alan karncdthe i i home if we desire and enjoy"fe landscape maintenance'and use of I '

I" .. ._ hard way about such annoyances on a fixed budget without worrying all Lehigh Acres facilities. if they are seeking & Florida

as upkeep, repairs, gardening I about mowing the lawn, or This marks! not only the first home within their means and inspection

...... J2 ** lawn mowing, utilities, garb- being hi-jacked by plumbers, eleeitricians such project in Florida but also at any time is invited.
1+ 1 age disposal and what have you. i carpenters and the like. Lehigh Acres is located 12 miles
MATCHES 00TT Less O?LI6HTJO OftiES' H CKMKETTES Or 1wTU I the first in the eight Southeasternstates east of Ft Myers and enjoys a
Used TV Sale FROM CARSTKES / As an oldster myself with an i Golden Age Village invites you
to be
I approved by the Com of 3,000.
population
.::. : ,* old fashioned two story house, to rent a modern comfortable
four bedrooms, two baths sun I home at from $55 to $65 dollars

LARGE SELECTION: TO CHOOSE FROM Y, II parlor, den and all the rest, in I a month in a cooperative nonprofit -

4 f which my wife and I rattle around I setup sponsored by the Le- VACUUM CLEANER REPAIRSALL -
WE FINANCE: OUR OWN t r rah ?" 1 and try to "keep up" I know whathe I high Acres Senior Citizens Foundation -

y ya is talking about. Bet Maia i : You enjoy all the advantages MAKES 0 HOSES BAGS
USED TELEVISION SETSTV f ti r likes (ft, she wants extra rooms that the actual home owners -

*, '1I IKg rd# : to entertain guests attract I enjoy without the upkeep Pickup andDelivery_1 I Service
BR grounds to impress the ntighDois: ,I worry at nominal rental
ASH AT SIXTH OONO W SN OM Ar
Chuek's PHONE 261-1491 ) i and a lot of non-!saentia.s tJ+:iK5 1 I The two types of retirement Used Cleaners and Polishers For Sale
: ,all eostljr, that gowith -cale!
., sc- renalhbines\ about
offer you just
I gracious! living, but she idbcc': KIRBY COMPANY
everything you could ask for ata
have to about pa/irt the
worry
fixed rate and give you all the
: r i ,; plumber, the carpenter, too electrician advantages the home owner 2802 Atlantic Ave. Answering Service

f and the ga dener. i joys such as air conditioned en-I i Phone 261- .n2' After. Hours
I AND GMS Ki'TfW OOPS.WHOFlWS z \isI I
7 ; Evidently a lot of folks besides I Imunity center arts acid
I I DESTROY BOTH9 CUTK7 :d ., .
Short of Cash? I PIPES AE=MAN CAUSES-BT 62INS -- -" -
I CAREFUL WITH FIRE JN THE fOScSt
I MAN CAW HELP PRrVEKT THtS uv A OON A CAMPFIR:
J : YOU CAN STILL'PAY YOUR,BILLS NEEDLESS W ST@.' UNLESS CIPLETELX tOU'CESJJg/IT ISOUT ;




...... r Its AH !So Slm p lei :. .x .- CAPITOL LETTER 1 JI: B'II/whorll DUALITY!

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i G.A.C, Consolidation Loath TALLAHASSEE One of the I at a press conference he: was ix;, d

big questions about the recent I asked: i7 s.;

i, 'M Florida deep freeze may not be j "What sort of reaction did you YGY.;

Under our plan, you can. combine any number of bills. answered for months: What effect have from those travel organization 1
Into a single loan.What's more,the entire transaction will it have on the .tourist people last night in Boca !:
business tTourism Raton r"That's
: can be completed in a jiffy on terms to suit your
of course, is Florida s rather amazing
a
pocketbook. business, and can slash ..T:ir'Na'i ::r..R :
biggest thing," Bryant replied. "They '
the deepest into the state's poc- weren't disturbed about this at

ketbook. Many remember the all. And t I pointed out to them .;: ,
Loans up I to $603 freeze of 1957 and how it adver that this hadn't happened since zwy

sely affected Florida's income. 1899 and on that basis wouldn'thappen
"What a year this has been," till 2025. So they could 3

G.A.C. FINANCE said Sen. Tom Whitaker of Tam send their clients ,down with confidence ;;

pa. "First, the encephalitis, then for the next 63 years."
r CORPORATION Cuba, and now this. mt
The tourist figures will be

!1 AMOUNT PAYMENTS FOR However, the eneephilitis out- watched closely by government officials % evIg
:xr
/ : YOU GET 24 MONTHS 2J M msI MONTHS 12 MONTHS break affected mostly Whitaker'sarea in the months to come, for
r centered) in St. Peters. have ..
S 75.00 S 5.06 $5.47 S 7.55 those figures will a' strong 1
,I burg. And apparently tourist recovery influence on the financial situa
160.00 $9A9 10.79 11.67 16.1 was rapid after the Cuba tion, including how much money i-1-1; )
I
: 1; 25.00 2".86 28.3.5 0.69 _42.50 affair died down. the 19C3 Legislature decides to 4

; :: 600.00 34.39 39.34 2.66 59.35 There are some indications the spend for the 'next two fiscal Except
northern tourist i is getting conditioned years. >' :: LI LI L11 s' Saturdays till 6

: ; 308 Atlantic Avenue to minor setbacks and may -' r ',,"'! ,....:": .,: ?. y< ; ,. .:.. ....,,. '. -'.." .:< "" ,C''I''''>_."..
l1t! fl
realize that a freeze in mid-Dec Palm reach County Rep. 'Em-
: Fornendlna Beach, Florida ,
tw.+ 1. 6.00-13 fits most Chevy Us, Comets and Falcons "*H IL I : :
ember doesn't necessarily mean a mett Roberts run for the : :
: ":: Telephone 261-3681 may @ ; ;. Nylon '500*, Tubeless, Blackwall.............$19.63Kylon y .. 'r, ",,.
cold winter. State Railroad and Public Utilities g ,
........... '
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: :;:t 500', Tubeless, Whitewall 22.66 ,, i
0Tie? Hours: Doily >-5; Wxinttday Sato/day! Ml Gov. Farris Bryant visited a Commission. lie said recently .j': j De Luxe Champion, 'Tubeless, Blackwall.......* 18.66 /. qtIOI' :
ALSO FIVE CONVENIENT OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE convention full of northern travel he has made no decision but has :i 6rtat::: : De Luxe Champion, Tubeless, Whitewall....,.,. 21.66
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M. .UM bees Tubeless, ,...... 15.66 .
Blackwall
agents at Boca Raton during the considering the idea. : g Safety Champion ; /
; / 11500"
$F Safety Champion, Tubeless, Whitewall......... 18.66 /
worst of the recent freeze. Later : $ r
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._ -- -- William G. O'Neill reportedlywill lI.f>' ? '6.50-13 fits most Buick Specials Corvairs, lancers, J I I / NYLON ;
/
J Ramblers, Olds F-85 and Valiants / ,
not seek another, term as >>>>
::$ r3 Nylon '500', Tubeless, Blackeall........(21.6a ,:,& O'd-F4mOUS
State Representative from Mar- }m j ;:; Nylon '500', 1'ubelessWhitewall....'. .......... 24.66' f i $ eedwas .
ion County. During the past two ,.;:1 De Luxe Champion, Tubeless, Blackwall.,...... 19.66 / /
special sessions: of"the Legislature ::;,&J. 1 De Luxe Champion, Tubeless, WMtowall ........ 22.66 f.f Proved
BEACH TIDES 0TCeill has teamed with Rep. \\fHl Safety Champion Tubeless, Blackwall...r...* 16.6 6 If' &fty TIrA
: FERNANDINA Bill Chappell, former House .i,.," >> p Safety Champion, Tubeless, Whitewall......? 19.66 : '

saeaker in guiding floor activi :g x;,) 670-15 fits Chevrolets, Dodges, Fords, Hudsons, Kaisers, '
I ties. '*I-ij Mercurys Plymouths, Pontiacs and Studebakers r-' ''
: COURTESY OF THESE .MERCHANTS AND BUSINESS MEN -wm Nylon '600., Tubeless, Blackwall.$25.63. ..,.
.. .:mu /' Nylon '500', Tubeless, Whitewall..;........? 29.66 ;" '" .
C. H. (Chuck Coulter, state M De Luxe Champion, Tubeless.Blackwall.*,.,..* 22.68 : .
forester, said the Florida Forestry I jt De Luxe Champion, Tubeless, Whitewall.......* 26.66 'i.f
( L--: Service is getting "more work I l1fi f Safety Champion,, Tube-Type, Blackwall.,,,,.. 15.66
Georgeks. 1 :::.:j' Safety Champion, Tube-type, Whitewall.....*.* 18.66 h ,
and less talk" out of tie new aircraft *:; !
it: Safety Champion Tubeless, Blackwall........* 18.66 :
Henry J. Lannon Suburban maintenance center in Ocala I ,@t.: Safety'Champion, Tubeless, Whitewall........ 22.66 ... Tres oMe

: Machine Shop since its reorganization early' in : ::+ : 7,50-14 fits Chevrolets, Dodges Fords Hudsons, Kaisers : i
the fall. Coulter said before ,the DE LUXECHAMPION
: CONTRACTOR : I ri? :,. : Mercurys, Plymouths Pontiacs and Studebakers ;
27 .N. 2nd Bt Shore Gas Co. I reorganization: Forestry figures .f$ 1 Nylon '500i. Tubeless, Blackwall............$25.6',; .
: =* Machine :showed; maintenance costs at.,the I 'ttj; Nylon '500', Tubeless, Whitewall............. 29.66 t r 5
J MODERNIZING ; Work recently opened center were.higher ?: t De Luxe Champion, Tubeless Blackwall........ 22.66 1st choke
....... as
WeldingBrazing M De Luxe Chanpion, Tubeless, Whitewall 26.6&I ,
: BUILDING; REMODELING SERVING ALL than they were previously whoa I i A'' 1 Safety Champion, Tubeless, Blackwall......... 18.66 II 4 original

: .: Marino Repairs YOUR ;NEEDS IN I private service was used. I :+,avvs l Safety Champion, Tubeless Whitewall.......,: 22.66 equipment *
Special Service To Coulter said it Is too early to .Kt s k .10-15 fits DeSotos, 'Edsels, Hudsons, Imperial'Vel'ctu'7s, on America's
125 South 2nd street Shrlmn! Trawlers LP GAS AND., make concrete comparisons under; itw.1 .'., Hashes., Oldsmobiles, Fackards, Fontiacs and ThuQ or bsrdi finest Scars
: APPLIANCES the new setup, but the center has ff1t : Nylon "5001, Tubeless, 'D lack..all.,2 7.e& .
Phone 261-5200 AH Work Guaranteed GAS possibilities in major mainten ,H li lon'500', Tubeless Whitewall..........,; 31.63 1 d
Open ,8 a.m. to 5 pm. i l ,. De Luxe Champion, Tubeless, Blackwall.....,., 24.66
:. Mv 1 "da\r Thru Saturday 7 South 7th St. ante sus I t De Luxe Champion, Tubeless, Whitewall.,....,. 28.66
I ...... 19.66h
ct.37tl ii Safety Champion, Tube-Type, Blackwall. *
Phone Day Todd ServingOn xm Safety Champion, Tube-type, Whitewall........ 22.66 ;.
: Night 26K333TIDES Phone 261-3661 ?In Safety Champion, Tubeless, Blackwall......... 20.66 .
USS EnterpriseUSS i>'. I Safety Champion, Tubeless, Whitewall,......*. 24.66 :
.
:[.?;. '8.00-14 fits DeSotos Dodges, Edsels, Hudsons, Imperials, YercuryS ,piJ.ii
Complete Line of ENTERPRISE (FHTNC)( ( Washes, Oldsmobiles, Packards, Pontiacs and Thim4C5. lr4J '
Raymond E, Todd, damage 'l i. t Kylon 500', Tubeless Blackrall............427.6a TiN.tone
: MercnryParts ............ Ar .
controlman third class, USN, son Ali Bylon 5C\0I, Tubeless Whitehall 31.63 + I
T.H.KINGat of Mr. and Mrs. Milton I. Todd 'AA t De Luxe Champion, Tubeless, Blackwall...,.... 24.66 r __ SAFETYCHAMPION
: %aa De Luxe Champion, Tubeless, Whitewall......*. 28.66 S
Route Ynlee
JETTIES lot 1, is serving
'' .% f: !'! Safety Champion,. Tubeless, Blackwall.20.63 i
: BORUM BOATS Add 30 Minutes For PHOTO SHOP aboard the nuelear-powered attack >ft: :., Safety Champion, Tubeless, Whitewall....,.., 24.63 ,
I
aircraft carrier USS Enter.
TRAILERS
GATOR {fil 'S.00-15 fits most Buick Electras Cadillacs, Chryslers, -America's i
LAS S ERR E Fernandina Harbor prise, which was among: the i# J Continentals Lincolns, Oldsmobiles and Packard Favorite
Roll Processing quarantine: forces in the Caribbean .W 1 f Nylon '500, Tubeless, Blackwall.$32.6& ,Replacement
: .... : MOTOR CO. HIGH LOW. recently. !\j B Nylon '5001, Tubeless, Whitewall............. 37.63 t !> Tire
Developing &7 PrintingKodak The forces under the De Luxe Champion Tubeless Blackwall....... 29.66
S.8th $!t. Ph. 261-3819 Saturday, Jan. 12th were com- q l .., De Luxe Champion, Tubeless: Whitewall.......: 33.66 '
mand of Vice Admiral Alfred
Film G. i : $$. > Safety' Champion, Tubeless, Blackwall.,....... 25.66
:. ... 3:50 a.m. 9:56 a.m. Ward, USN. ,; Safety Champion, Tubeless, Whitewall........ 30.66- It '

..111.1 4:24: pm. 10:23 p.m. Photo SuppliesMovieColored The largest ship in the world I. OJ .' '111 prices plus tax and trade-in tire off your car* )

6' Fishing? the Enterprise is powered by ,
I. fl' Ding Sunday, Jan. 13th & Regular eight nuclear reactors, which can I ::111

: ..-. Visit Us For 4:35 a.m. 10:36 a.m. ... Weddings push the ship through the water. .i1,rt Every new
at more than 35 knots (nautical ROAD HAZARD GUARANTEE ? worhmnfl66
: Complete Line Of 5:06: p.m. 11:05: p.ra. N''
miles hour .
Fishing Tackle Portraits by Appointment Only per ) ? ,.Afunsf defects fa
Monday, Jan. 14th ':I (plus famous Firestone Lifetime Guarantee) hip and material*lor tb.lib Firestone oLRA
'11 t Rods d Reels of the oriciwl tread.

(IS ."' 5:19 a.m. / 11:16 a.m. Studios At 504 Ash St. mo ey Says: j :..};');:@g' honored at over 6 0,0 0 0 I locations.' 1(/except ainrt repairable Bonn*! R.pmctura 4 lum Tires PlIII and tu
Outdoor Camping
11:47 moon kkred hi everyday pa -
""'. 5:49 pm. p.m. iWt I f$} in all 50 States and Canada. teottt tu we tot the manberRfpfecemeBts Priced trade.1n
Equipment"FIRESTONE 2614586Refi'nishing Y
ee amcbs
IIiWim
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Phone tut oaf
Tuesday, Jan. 15th :. i \ prorated co tread as low as .
MAKE SURE YOUR CAMPFIRE :' ': wear sod baaed on lut poccecamot tOW CII
+ 6:05'a.nv 11:57 a.m. 15 CCMHXIT/ !j You know what you're getting wfien you buy Firestone. -t torn.adjiatiaaU j "

BEACH SUPPLY ( :32 p.m. .
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i 112 Atlantic Are %61.tt8'tdnesdav. Jan.16th 1 4 I .rfi'! : .. ..

"" FI.- SciIiu.
6:53 a.m. 12:33 a.m. '

rm; 7:17 p.m. 12:40( p.m.

1 S ,Jhoes For l Men Thursday Jan. 17th i ntM.L :';7 'Beath ..

: 7:44: a.m. 1:19 a.m. Floor Tile fi ttfO" Supply

REPAIRS WHILE 8.0p.m.: 1:26 p.m. WaxingHlEH 4

: YOU WAIT Friday, Jan. 18th t

1 t 18 Atlantic Avenue .Phone 261.4482
S 8:38 a.m. 2:10 am.t P DISIII

s Shoe Hospital 8:54 pan. 2:17 pjn.Tides .
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: Courtesy Phone 261-4609 ..,.iJr- > _' .. ... ., ..
:. 9 North 4th Street Oust A Geodetic Survey fire unattended ': .. .. x.., ./ .
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The News-Leader Salutes the f Six cents for airmail postcards.The I ends. The additional reverfue (s

FOR RENTONE I PUBLIC l NOTICE Postage Rates ,For : hike will raise the normal I I expected to reach $578 miU 'n t,

WANT AD RATES NOTICE TO CREDITORS \VTF1 AP.1 -1 I family's mailing bill to about ?9 I fiscal 1964 and slash the post office
FLORIDA STATUTES :I
.05 per word .75 miiilmnm APT FOR RENT furnish. W THE COURT OF THE COUNTY AAd tWeekTWO Average CitizensUp a year but Postmaster GeneralJ. .' deficit to about $100 n illioa.

Card of Thanks Resolutions ed or unfurnished, year round. JUDGE, NASSAU COUNTY, FLOR. I Edward Day said a stamp "stillis One small benefit to the Jwblfc
,
IDA LV PROBATE. of the consumer's best bar of the rate change wilTBe that
and Similar Notices 2 apts furnished, winter In re: Estate of one
I rates. Call Mrs. Thad Lee at PATRICK C. KELLY, JR., Deceased.. $1.80 Yearly gains." stamp booklets sold by post ot-
.01) word $1.00 minimumCal To All Creditors and Persons
lining
per flees will face value f
2G1-3174. JIOc I Claims er Demands Against Said Estate BEDROOM, completely fur The cost of living has jumped cost their |

261-3686 or 261-3687 : nished, 10 x 50 modern housfi WASHINGTON Starting 118, per cent during the past 30( $1 and $2, no longer a penny e--

or place ad at office UNFURNISHED GARAGE APT You and each of you are hereby I 7 the American said but thE(cost oi tra. '
I notified ami required to present 'any I frailer on 100 x 100 shaded lot, I January ,. average years, Day ,
511 Ash Street Mrs. D. :. Kelly, 214 S. 7th claims and demands which you or t : family's annual bill for postage mailing a letter has risen only 60 The new bisie stamps -are Ji
'I either of you. may have against the I with awning patio and fenced '
St. tfc estate of. PATRICK C. KEiii, JR.. J, went tip about $1.80. per cent from 3 cents to 5 grrfyish-blue, 5-cent George Washington

deceased. late of said County to the ; )Jn back yard. Inquire 2GJ-5929. The reason r Postal rate hikes cents.
stamp the 70pi Qi the
DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT: County Judge of Nassau County, Flor _
FOR SALE Ida. at his office in the court house of -, approved by Congress last fall The new rates which also apply ; Washington series and a red! ,
4T Unfurnished. Corner of 4th and '
said County at Fernandina Beach I went into effect at midnight. The third fourth mail that shov&
Calhoun Street, across street Florida. within six calendar months to second, and 8-cent air stamp

CONN. MINUTE ORGAN$1700' from school (St. Joseph's Academy from of this the notice.time Each of the claim first or publication demand PUBLIC NOTICETO 'PUBLIC. NOTICENOTICE card cost rose of mailing by a a letter, making or post-the I class mail -rare. designed to pro- a jet airliner flying over the. :U. 3.

when new, sacrifice for $1200. ). Phone 261-4200 or 261- shall be in writing. and shall state THE SHAREHOLDERS AND F OF LEGISLATIONTO penny. duce about $260 million in new Capital.. .. : -

Phone 26U343. tfc 3800. tIc the place of residence and post office BORROWING MEMBERS OF FER- WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. notice new rates: revenue for the Post Office Department -
address of the claimant and shall be NANDINA FEDERAL SAVINGS AND I is hereby given of intention to apply Five cents for first class letters friend
and
sworn to by the claimant. his agent LOAN ASi-OCIATTON' between Jan. 7 June "It's smart to pick your .

FOR SALE OR TRADE, for FURNISHED APT three rooms or attorney. and si/ such claim or I Notice is hereby given that the annual extraordinary to any special session called or the session.1963 Regular any- 30 when the cfurrer/t/ fiscal l year but not to p1eeea." : ;
Fernandina 3 bed demand not so filed: shall be void. of the shareholders and bor. Session of the Florida Legislature ). I
property. and bath. 111 S. 5th. tic Helen E. r.riffur meeting (one ounce '-,
members of The Fernartdina for of a bill abolishing
rowing passage
room, 2 bath masonry home. 4 As Administratrix of the Estate of I.
Federal Savings and Loan Association the City of Houlougne, Florida.
w years old on paved road. Callo.p TWO BEDROOM furnished apt. THOMASIS Patrick C.HALL Kelly. Jr.. deceased will be held at 202 Atlantic Avenue. /s/ Sen. Harry 0 Strattort I I :

: Way Dr., Yulee, }.1a. 115 x 100 Close in adults. Phone 201- 11 North ,Fourth St, Fernandina Beich. Florida. on Wed /s/ Rep. Claude .E. Wingate PUBLIC NOTICE I
1963 at 2 00 :
I nesday January 16th
4t 12 20. 27, 1.; 0.:4'T
Fernandina 1:leach. Florida. 10I
lot beautiful '
yard and fruit 4277 for appointment to inspect. Attorney for Administratrix. P.M. I I\ THE CIRCUIT ,COURT IV AND -

frees. Must be seen to be ap tic First ,publication December 20, 1962 This meeting is for the purpose of I FOR NASSAU COUNTY FLORID, 'N .-
preciated. L. L BOHANNON I I I 4t l227.. 1.3. id hearing reports of tha association1. PUBLIC NOTICE IS CII1KCERY. CASE NO. I : .
: "- ------ election! of a board, (of. directors for FRANK PRATT- .
ORDINANCE &UMBEK I .
phone 2GI-52G9. J17cLEFTOVER TWO BEDROOM FUKNISHEt the ensuing year also any other business I MOAN Plaintiff, .

"" apt., private entrance. 421 N. PUBLIC NOTICE as may properly come before ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION .TSliCULAH-, .
same. 226 OK THE REVISED, ..ENEKAL R. PRATT,
UNCLAIMED 3rd. tie Lv TilE CIRCUIT court OF TIlE I HERBERT: V.. HURHESS, President ORDINANCES! OP THE CITY Defendant

XMAS LAYAWAY fOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I JOHN T. FERREIRA. Secretary OF FERNANDINA UEACH. FLORIDA NOTICE OF SUIT FASTER SERVICE AND :
HOUSEFUL of Quality Brand ALEXANDER APIS. FLORID*. IV AND FOR NASSAU I 2t 1-3.iO RELATING TO THE HOURS STATE OF FLORIDATO. .
COUNTY. IV CHANCERY. IJUfUNU WHICH SALES OF ALCOHOLIC UEULAH RPRATT
New Furniture, Includes Sofa. MODERN, FURNISHED APT .- NO. 2600NOTICE I BEVEHAUE2: ARE PROHIB 872 West Uoguac' St. .
"PUBLIC
bed, Nylon Covered with !latch.l I 337 N. Fletcher, No. 4. Hot RAYMOND* OF SUIT I I NOTICE trirnBE- EXACTED Bittle Creek. Michigan 1\.11'1\111" r rirslrra'.
P. LE1SEL
IT BY TIlE PEOPLE
l lag Chair has Foam 1'illow and % furnished month I BIDS I You are hereby notified that a suit'I :Ui1AaLC ritiu'S : :
water $55 Plaintiff, NOTICE FOR OF THE CITY OF FERMAN- has been filed against in the ,
Zippered. 4 PC. Bedroom Suite, year round. Apply Apt. '1. tIc ..-. vs NOTICE is hereby given that the UlNA LEACH. FLORIDA: above entitled cause and that you you arc I ,,- .
TIlE BLACKSHEAR B\VK a Ceorgu Board of Trustees of Humphreys Memorial SECTION 1. That Section 2-26 of the hereby required to file your answer
Includes Large Dresser & Be..I I I :. :
Corporation, et aL Hospital will accept bids until Revised deneral Ordinances. of the withthe Clerk of this Court and to ;. .. ..
veiled Edge Tilting Mirror, .. FURNISHED APT for rent I Defendants.TO 10:00 A.M. January 17, 1963 for the City of Fernandina Reach Florida. serve a copy thereof upon the' Plaintiff 'S for : .
Chest and Large Bed. Also Has Adults only. 501 Cedar St. Ph. ;A THE I5LACKSHEAR BANK furnishing of one (lJ) ICE CUBE MAXI relating to the hours during which or Plaintiff's attorney, whose name : ,
leorgla Corporation .
I, I I IN Dinette Set in New Exciting; 2614652. tie Blackshear Pierce may be obtained from the of. be and the same is hereby P. 0 Box 462. lernan&na Beach. .
Color Appliances Include 1963 I W. P. STRICKLAND and I fice of the Administrator.: All bids further amended to read as follows. I Florida not later than February 2, '
I MARIE W. STRICKLAND his Wife &1fltVCI
I : must be sealed. clearly marked and VIZ 163. h/I/ftlw$ :
Admiral Refrigerator with TWO BEDROOM apt. upstairs, Rlackshear Ceorgia i I filed with the Administrator within "SEC. 226. HOURS PROHIBITED. If you fail te do so, decree Pro Con-

Cross Top Freezer, and 4 Burner I furnished. All electric kitchen. PEARLE Blackshear R., .Georgia WARD j!I i the time allowed. The Board reserves It shall be Unlawful for any :vendor I fesso mil be entered against you for .
the right to reject and all blli,. the relief demanded in the complaint.
any
Phone 2613230. tIc whose place of business .is located
Gleaming White Range with 261-5269 or ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS? devisees. DATED THIS 23TH DAY OF DECEMBER The nature of said suit being for (
within three thousand (3.000)) feet of tfnwfafionbAll :
legatees trustees administrators I
grantees I -
1962 divorce
Lifetime JletltllJlfJ
Guarantee on Finish. any church or school within the corporate I'
creditors
HOUSE AT 5 PT& Partially! or other parties T. H Uoolsby Chairman limits of the City of Fernan- Witness my hand and the seal of.
Sod! I| '
Original nl.td: $899.50 claiming by, through. under or againstthe .
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said Court at Fernandina Reach, Nas I .I -
Board of Trustles dna! Beach Florida hereunder licensed .
;pfow Only $499.50. Low Month. furnished. P;\one 261-4944 after and estate it living of and J B.if WARD.dead. all Deceased ur&nown; I I 1 Humphreys Memorial! Hospital. as a vendor of beverage containizg 1!I san County, Florida, this 3rd dayof I. ,. r. '. I,
2:30: p.m. tIe 2t 13,1O alcohol of more than one cent January. 1963. S.
I 17 Payments Arranged.FURNITURE .. heirs. devisees legatees. trustees as. per : i
D. 0 Oxley allit :
by weight and wines regardless of al: .
signets lienors interest,
I successors in
CITY USA Clerk Circuit Court
UPPER DECK APTS" "domplete- creditors or other claimants claiming cohol content. whether for consumption of the .. t $.. a
PUBLIC NOTICEIN 4t 13. 10. 17, 24 'V .
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r.... 5107 San Jose Blvd.i by through, under or against any of on or off the premises to sell, of. V .'.' ; I
ly furnished including TV Il fer for'sale, give. or dispose of any r r
the above named Defendants; who may J/J
JacksonvjllfXEJa. THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTh NOTICE"IX :
8-&G4 '$1175 per week'tin June 1. be dead and not known to be dead or JUDICIAL CIRCtlt, H: ANti FOR I the beverage hours containing of twelve o'clocft alcohol midnight between PUBLIC tj JJf JiCeljlJJtlJ :
; Phone Ex,
alive and ALL PERSONS
; or unknown -
Also robm and board. Phone otherwise NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA IN each Saturday and 7:00 o'dcck A.M TIlE CIRCUIT: COURT OF tIlE:
: tf J' flOe< 26i-3il8. tfc J claiming parties any estate, right title having:!, claim or I I CHANCERY. No. 2595 the "Moving Monday, arj t>*ere I FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT: OP .
Min-StATB hOMES, INC., '
4-------- ; or interest in or lien the follow. a o'clock midnight and 7.09 o'clock :A.Mon THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
2,5' ACRES uiftDwith house ing described property upon, to-trit Florida corporation. all other days, and the premises in FOR NASSAU COUNT I.V CHANCERY Styles And Types Of EngravingWE :

: plans for'threr ed/ctTm founda- FURNISHED BEACH .COTTAGE The East Half (Eli! of Lot numbered i I Plaintiff.vs which such alcoholic beverages are I CASE NO. 2280 ,
kept shall be and remain securely IN RE Petition of Samuel and
: Nasby
bedrooms Twenty.Five ((25)) of a subdivision .
i tion pour d." SdutrV of Hance two sleeping made by W L Beugnet, I ruL5UN DONELY ani M4MEDO.N'ELY closed during such hrfurs and no per. his wife, Maria Nasby for the entry --- .

Fjah Cam oJjaved): 2G14281 torch and p tlb. Call 2Jl-4824( January 23 1928, of United States his wife, son shall be permitted therein for any ef an Order of Adoption, for I ,

joad. after: 5 p.n4 tie Government Lots Eight ((8)) and I Dtlendantt purpose whatsoever except td clean up. Infant, Sibley a minor and for ALSO HANDLE A FINE 'LIKE OF ;
or 'inquire 114 Citrona Seventeen ((171. Section Twelve NOTICE OF SUIT aid premises; provided. that airy person change. of name. .
I engaged primarily in a business 1 NOTICE OF ADOPTION PROCEEDINGS .
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Dr. Jl7e ((12) East Tallahassee Meridian.
: .FUItNISHEtJhpt THE STATE OF FLORIDA otter than that of Vendor of alcoholic ENGRAVED :
TWO BEDROOM i !
i I Florida, a Plat of which subdivis. ITO COLMAN DONELY and '
V ion was, recorded August 6, 1923 : beverages on the same premises.. t TO; lilondie: Chatman Sibley, '
beach on
OCEAN, FRONT LpT with cot- on year round $60 in the Public] Records' of Nassa\i II Residence MAP.LE DONELY.Unknown.his wife shall be allotted to UCi. cnen tort |xr- 213 South 10th Street. LETtERHEADS BUSINESS CARDS

':ge a real buy. Terms mo. J1 ward Hammond, 261. .County, Florida, in Plat Book 2. lion of the premises not devoted td or Fernandina1 Beach Florida. .
tie at PagNo. 24. IOU ARE HEREIY; NOTIFIEDi used for the sale of alcoholic bewJ'j Peter tribey! ,
: 216 Fletcher Avemje (rear). :3733. .. YOU AND EACH OF YOU are no you ages upon securely screening RmgslarJ: Ceorgid.h : ENVELOPES SOCIAL STATIONERY .
: Write Mr GefceU423:N. W. tiLed that a suit has been filed against in the above entitled reuse and that beverages upon said. premises' You are hereby notified that the ..
ROOM DOWNSTAIRS furnished you by RAYMOND P. JEISEL: to II I you are required to file your answer from public view. I abovetiamed petitioners Samuel Nas .
12Jnd
I Stress Mianyj .Florida. I witS the Cletk of this Court ahd to by and his wife, Maria Nasby. have
... Phone tIc quiet the title to the above described It shall be unlawful for any vecJor t
t, .*. : .121p apt. 2C1-4645. property, and you are required to serve a copy thereof upon the plain. I whose place of business is located I filed an amended Petition in theabovestjled .
U-tf II I-- serve a copy of your Answer to the tiff or pldr.tiif'g attorneys whose more than three thousand ((4,000) f, e' ,. Court for the adoption: of At
USED' BCYCLE$5.0o and I SMALL UNFURNISHED house RIB of Complaint on Plaintiffs Attor. name and address is: any church or school within the cor I I.a minor child named therein and ycil \ V See Samples :
ney SUSAN KIRTLEat 1C12 Con.I I BARKEr, & S.TELOCEANNIS, 804 :) te limits of the City of Fernan- are required to show cause why the
tip. AU sizes and makes.: .... Call for rent. 1319 Franklin St. Call gresj Building, Miami 32, Florida 'and I I Lynch Building. Jacksonville. 2, Flor. lof Beach ficnda. -hereunder *cen-- .same should not be granted bsen I
: 2Gl (8? r '261-U27T: : further information. file the original thereof with the Clerkof I Ida. not LAter than .February 7th 1963.! as a vendot of bererages contain '. irg a copy of your written defenses. if I .
+ ]' the Circuit Court on or before the', If you fail so to do. a Decree Pro alcohol of more than one per cent I any, upon Albin C. Thompson Jr.. At- I
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BEDROOM 15th day of January, 19C3. otherwisethe Cocfesso will be e ter.c. against sou by weight and wines regardlesS. of tomey for Petitioners. 303 Atlantic '
TWO completely, fur.. allegations of the Complaint will :i for. the relief demanded in the Com- j alcohol content, whether far consunp-I Avenue Fernahdina Beach. Ilorid I .
pished, 10 x 50 modern house TWO BEDROOM 1 downstairs be taken as confessed by you. I plaint This suit is to foreclose a I lion on or off tr.e premises to sell offer and by filing the original thereof with .
DATED at Fernandina Heach. Flor. mortgage. The real property proceeded for sale, give or dispose of any the Clerk of said Court, on of *>et h e '
trailer on 100 x ICO shaded lot, furnished apt. Year round. $55. ida this 17th day of December. 1962 I against is' beverage containing alcohol between I j the 6th day of February 1963; ether I .

:JMth. awning patio[ and fenced 12G S. Fletcher. Phone 261-3138 (SEAL) / -s-D, 0 OXLEY ,,I The East half (E1t) of itt Four. the hours 'of %:00 o'clock A.M, each, vise a Decree may be entered agaa.:.t T. PHONES 2G1-3C80. 2G1-3G87. :
in back yard. Inquire 2615929. Clerk of the Circuit Court teen ((11) on the West side of Ox Sunday and 12:30 o'clock P.M. ot the I! you granting said tJoption : ) '". .
I tree Susan :Kirtlev ford Street of the Lincoln Subdivision same Sunday at:1 2 00 o'clock A.M. \fl'1 NESS my hind and tire beat rfs .
: tic ... Attorney at Law in belInn live ((5) Township and Too o'clock AM on aU other I <.id Court at Fernandina lieach. Nts ,.
; 1612 Congress I'.uilding days. provided. however, that any per sad County, Florida this 14 day bf
TWO BEDROOM unfurnished Three (3)) NorU.: Range Twenty. We Represent Ondof the Largest and Besf
in which such alcoholic i December 1962. .
(JlfAIN L1XK FENQE highest Miami 32 Florida Four ((24) East. c6ntaihutg one- son in the premiseS
'home. 14t 1220. 27. 1-3. Id half ( '",l acre more or less beverages are kept may at ( SEAL D. O QVLLY
I quality,,, )lowest prke. Phone WITNESS my hand and the seal of the final hour of closihg remain therein Clerk of the Circuit Court Engraving Firms In The United States: :
Fernandina. b. 2 15032. tIc NOTICE"NOTICE taid Court at jernanoina lUrach. For for an additional period of tune not Fourth Judicial Circuit m.e ftd :
TWO ROOM {urn hed apartment PUBLIC Ida, this.21st day of Dw.'ember A. D.1Mtf I exceeding thirty minutes or unol 2:30: For Nassau County, state c: I
I o'clock A.M., but such persoa i.ra.1 Florida.
COLORED HOUSE for rent or I IS HEREBY lIVEN that (COURT SEALj) J U OXtFY ,not .be permitted to purchase any al--; Iy! J. Warren Jackson !.'r. D CI I _

sale 40G Beech SUlApply 12 I IL F, SA3LMAN been an order issued dated by December the unders'gned: 31.;! 1962 auth.has t Clerk of the Cu..jit .Court4t j'icoholic beverages whatsoever duringaid It 1.{io. ifv} ._! .: 3* ___ --_________------------- --a.--- ti -__
1 J, U, IT. ?J thirty-minute grace period. ana ..
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N' 2 St. Phone 2 tt--3 jli of
< J17p PHONE 261.3221MISCELLANEOUS orizing the name the OIL SCREW ( thereafter, the premise in which such
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I PATTI official number
o'n'edby
2C4.913 'alcoholic beverages are kept shall be
SINGER SLANTTMATIC s'ew.iif SEAFOOD SERVICES, INC.. of PUBLIC NOTICE I and remain securely clsocu: liur..gSuch I
which Fernandina He cli. Florida is \ 'I
hours and no shall be permitted
| ) machines -{fl( pu1.Aand repairs I-- I the home port to .be changed to NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR therein for person any purpose wont I

cny mlk: :l 'r..ire Mather I HAWK TADEED soever except to clean up said pre I

Furniture, Wnt, Itfiot; reprc Deputy THOMAS Collector G. HALL of Customs in See 19411 F. 8. I ir.kes; provided that any person engaged .
I
in business other
a
Charge Port of ,Fernandina NOTICE IS HER tHY GIVEN, th tAlTOAmt'tican primarily II DID YOU ?
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acntative.! I than that of vendor ,of alcoholic beverages j i KNOW :
: ..-' ., Leach: Florida Pension liureau: the on the same premuss shall beIathed j!
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holder} of the following certificate .has
FOK QUICK SALE -t O'nrl'es BAND AVAILABLE for dances,.I 4t, J-3-, -10,...}.7'.,-24 I filed said, certificates for ',a, Ux;deedto j to keep open that portion usetf of :
not t
:
the" premises devoted ? or
'jlist j off SuwanncV: er Banks, parties, grand openings, dinners, PUBLIC NOTICE t be issued and thereon of The' certifIcate. the I for.ihe.:iflte jot alechoidheerageS) : ; upon i: ; .
THE tUXIKLANDERS numbers years issuance: .
alcoholic
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all
.$220low as $500 .d M& AlsoJ80 / tetc description! of the property and .thenjme securely screening '

: acre H milo IJ, S. highway further: Information, call ..261. IN'COt'flT OP THE,COUNTY' 'Jl'DtjE. IB which, H' was assessed .areas beverage': uport..,'. :said' ,.-premises from I I1i I I :
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523f 261-5324. NASSAU COUMT. STATfc OF follows' *v *v v3tj: : .**t. yj" 'f "
:frontage, $150 per acre. All or J31p FLORID, PRORATE FILE NO. Certificate No. 154 Year of Issuance .The distances referred to in thiS sec ITISUNLA.WFUL11 '
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part by owner, D. W. DecsS.'Phone 1927 1954Description tim eh U u ir.e IN RE ESTATE OF straight line from building to building
WILL KEEP SMALL baby In my : of Property: Block 1, Lot or
FO 2.1613 Live Oak "
FRANKLIN CURTIS ESTES at their clotest points.
home for working mother. 502S. 8 American Beach .
.Fla. JlOc Deceased. Name in which assessed: Alro-Ameri- SLCIION 2. AU ordinances or parts 1 I -. .
.. 15th St. J17p NOTICE OF INTENTION FOR Of ordinances in cornlict herewith or
cat Pension.Bureau
t BUY A HOMESITE on the Nassau ALL FiNAL WHOM DISCHARGETO IT MAY CONCERN: Certificate No. 125 lear of. Issuance inconsistent with the provision of this i: For ,Any Person Or Persons To Engage In 'Business Under AJEiriitioiis :
ordinance. are hereby repealed.
River Beautiful ni I&aTind I ROOF LEAK! Re-roofing and Notice is hereby given that Kather. 1952 II ..
5
Description of Property: Clock. Let SECTION 3. That if section or
any
dry lots at Nass&uville.jQihers repairs! remodeling, etd. Phone Ine Administratrix H. Askins filed of the her estate final of report Frank ai 35 American Beach. portion of a section of this crdmanc"* 1 Name Unless The Name Is Registered :
Name in which assessed; Elizabeth be declared invalid void such hold
with waterfront privil. Fernandina Beach, 2615032. tIe lin Curtis Estes. deceased; that she or .
Tucker. shall not invalidate other section
ing : any I
--- filed her petition: for final discharge
eges. Small down payment. Certificate No. 215 Year of Issuance or provision thereof but the *ix<' I
; AFTER THIS DATE I will not and that. she will apply to the Honor 1944Description shall stand as if the inv !.1 part had ;:
Phone
suit Frandi
Terms: to able J E. Weatherford. County Judgeof
of Property: Clock 5, Lot been incorporated sercin.SECTION I I
nev t
for
be responsible debts incurred ,
-Ellia JaeksO'I. any Nassau County, Florida .on the Heach. Read This Law.
popular 5-2GClH 41 American Florida
sha1!
21st dry of January 1963 for approvalof I 4 That this ordinance .
by anyone other than Name[ in which assessed Afro-Ameri-
,
Mill, Tie. saiue and for final discharge 91Administratrix take effect thirty (30)) days after Ks
myself (Signed) Norman C. of the estate of Franklin can Certificate Pension No.Bureau.103 Year of Issuance final passage and publication..s. .

URGE: SHADED LOTS at Ame- Ue dcrson. JlOp Curtis Estes on this 21st day of 1948 E. J. Smith ', .

1i&, 100 X 145. $10 down, $10 January Katherine, 1963. H. Askins Description M American tit Property Beach. : Block 8 Lot MayorCommissionerATTEST (SEAL) "II: shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein to engage i it$
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j> r month. Call Howard Hamjaund. FLOOR SANtHfcG and refinishin Administratrix of the estate of Name in which assessed: AIr -American T tJ: -". -:" cw: ""r' .
business herein defined under fictitious herein defined without and!
Franklin Curtis Estes deceased. as a name as
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261-3733. t'j Floor (ile. Paiil t E. Hanson Albin C. Thompson, Jr., Pension Bureau. City Auditor and Clerk (Acting) ,

Phone i61.-16. tic 1 Attorney for Administr trlx. Certificate 1953 No. 112 Year of Issuance 1st.. hedouig Reading: uec and .Passage.oer "'u.i.w22nd. : Janara unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the clerk of the circuit court of(

SHERWOOD FOREST. .nice.., 308 Atlantic Avenue. Description of Property: mock 16, Lot 9. 1963 .

*h'adjr lots, 100 x 100, located' .IF, YOU HAVE a drinking prob= 4t Fernandina Ben.. Fla., 1220. %T. 13.10 12 American1 Beach Sub No. 2 G. Date of Publication: January 9. 1963It : I! the county where the principal place of business Is, which registration shall confisl
which assessed
Name in : Ulysses
tm Amelia R03d'one quarter: l"m, write Alcoholim Annnr- Clover -r. -1-10 j!i of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit signed by all interested person,

jnite front 5. Polrts PUohfi 2515421. .' 'mo s, Box 338, city. EL-6-7700 PUBLIC NOTICE Certificate No. 110 lear of Issuance :

tie tie JC O .T ICfl Description 1958 of property: Block 15. 14 PUBLIC NOTICE j I stating under oath the name of all those interested in the business enterprise, the;

> NOTICE IS HEREKY rIYEJ: thatD. 1 American lieacfa Sub NO, 2 AUCTION .1 I extent of the interest of each and the fictitious under which said business 1
T\\'P NEW BRICK. three bed- 0. Oxley Clerk Circuit Court. has Name in which assessed Dorothy t will sell to the highest and best 'I name l1

room den m batfci homes, ISO on hand surplus fuels covering the Livingston. cash bidder. ocs 1961 two door Ford, j' carried the
sale of property at the Courthouse Certificate No. 114 Year of Issdanee motor No. 1D53X102514. Friday, January on. Said registration may not be made until person or persons desiring
fdot frontage. $11,910 with $300 door. said property havIng been ad- 1953 :
frllA or VA. .- .1k' HELP WANTED, vertised for Tax Deed as per law of Description of property mock 13 Lot I Station.23 at Fernandina 10 a.mat Iieach.Five Points Fla.L.A. Gulf j i to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or their fni;
Flonda. Chapter 194. Honda Statutes, 3 American Beach No..3 Sec No. 2 ,
p. ir 1961: Name in which assessed: Samuel (I. ., McKendree3t ,119. IT, 24 j tention to register said fictitious name at least once "a week for four (4)) consecu*
D tRESS SALE Modern Description of Property Block 160 Lewis.
WHITE MIDDLE-AGED lady to Lots W 4 a & 1 31 City of Fernan Au of said property being in the ,-. j tire weeks in some newspaper as defined by. law in the county where said ,regLstra'lion
butch worth $14,000 for
duplex live in and keep two small children dma Reach: Date M S'le. August 7 County of Nassau State of Florida. ,

|8700.| Reasonable' down payment for board and $15. Apply 1961.Description Amount of m Pr hand:perty$1 N',00,, of NEH Unless such certificate or certificates CLASSIFIED I is to bemade, and said registration shall not b accepted by the clerk of. the.

211 S. 4th SW4 of NE Section 34 Township2N Shall be redeemed according te
Saturday or Sun. 4 DISPLAY "
J : John 'T. Ferreira & Son Range n Date of Sale NOT. C. 1961 law the property described ur cuch circuit court except upon receiving proof of such publication. ;
day. sold
flOp. Amount on hand $1.03. certificate or certificates will l be .
SOl Atlantic Are. Phone 261-5571 Description of Property mock 172 to the highest bidder at the tourt .t [ .
(_ a- :_ WOMAN WITH CAR to call Lot 28 City of Fernandina Reach Dateof I house door on the first Monday itt -

lk FREE- RECORDS with pur- each month on established regularly : t141.Sale Majr 7, 1962 Amount on hand 4th Month day" of February February, l963.tich, 1963. is the If You Are Engaged In Business Under Any Name Other Tharr

chase any stereo record player. Studio Girl Cosmetics clientsin Description of Property Lots 3*. 39 Dated this 3rd.. day of January ISO- SECRETARYHigh

We finance our own. Appliance and around Fernandina Section of i-'ale 42 May Township 7. 1963: :3 Amount Range on 23 Date handt$59.4& of Circuit D.O.Oxieyf1erk' Court Of Your Own, And Have Not Had This Nome Properly Advertised: :

Sale* and Service! 2615022 tIe Beach, making necessary deliveries Nassau COWtty. Florida School Graduate, .

QUAIL LIVE or dressed $thS He. 3 or 4 hours per day. I tion Description 5 Township of Property 3N Ran.e Lots 24. Date 23 Sec tit I 4t -13. 10., H. 21 I Business College or And Registered, See Your Attorpey For All Necessary Informaticn.s -:

Route will pay up to $5.00 per Sale Del 1, ISO Amount on hand Equivalent Experience. .
each. 100 or more for less. $51177 .. .: ,
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Phone 2614285. tic hour. Write STUDIO GIRL Unless the owners call los the above I' Permanent Position To What You Should Do. :

COSMETICS, Dept. 75&1, funds orf or before February lstH 1963 First Family Record .
they will be turned into the General Apply] .
Calif. J17c
Glendale Funds of the County. Reg Price $3.98 I I
Witness my band and seal of oCice. Personnel] Office
It Pays To WIIITE LADY to five in and care at Fernandina Reach. Nassau County Chuck's Price $2.98 FERNANDINA BEACH HEWS-LEADER
: Florida. this 4th.. day ot January 1963. -
with this fed
RAYONIER INC.
for three small ehildren for (SEAL) D. .0. Oxley I

Trade At Home room and. .board. Phone 261- : Nassau clerk County Circuit Florid Court: Chuck's TV601 Asi 'El ) : ,.

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Page" Twelve ; N eRa-Leader, Fernandina Beach,,Florida Thursday, January 10, 1963. .4 .;:-'t '. ., .' .. /" ., ,' :'" ::, "":

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....... ST., PETER CLAYER'S GOOD SHEPHERD EPISCOPAL FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Wed. Night Prayer:! =
News From : .
Sales Increase ,. I Church ; .j: "CHURCH- 'CHURCH?," CHURCH'' *" ..' Meetin "48. pin,
Mass 1st 3rd; 5th Vicar John Dozier **
Sunday Neil 1 Gray, Rev. Pastor Wednesday;

The Rec: Center Is RegisteredBy ServicesTABERNACLE Sunday _____ 7:30 "a.m. 8:50 ajn.. Holy Communion Worship Services; ?...... 8:30 A.M., 7:45: _,? Prayer: Meet pi
Sunday Mass __ 2nd, 4th Morning PrayerCHURCH I 11:00 A. M. '$,1* ..,
Sunday 11:30 a.m. a a Sunday School __ &::45 A.M FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD' '

,. BY SANDY IVSANDRO.THURSDAY Winn-Dixie BAPTIST .* Or GOD OF Youth Meetings _* ... 6:00 P.M. Rev E. A. Lewis, Pastor .'
CHURCH 'ER.''ANUlNA BEACH CHURCHOF PROPHECY a a a 10:00 a-m.- Sunday School
JANUARY: i 10: tha Jean Puletti, Instr. Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc., which Amelia Road CHRIST J Rev H. C. Drury, Pastor FIVEPOINTS BAPTIST 11:00 a.m. fL:_ Worshi? Service ,

Playschool in the Game Roomat THURSDAY' JANUARY 17:' operate( a number of supermarkets Phone 261-3487 Hubert Gibson Minister 10:00 a.m. _. Sunday School CHURCHJ. 6:30 p.m. .__ C. A. Youth Semwa
9:30 a.m., Joan Bean, Instr. in the local area, registered Sunday Scnool; ?..,_,.?? 10 a.m. Bible Study ,_-._ 10:00: A.M. U:00 ajn. Morning Service W..Keen, Pastor 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Servc
Adult Ceramics Class in the : Playschool in the Game Room a sales increase of 6.19 percent Morning Worship .._.w. .11 a.m. Worship Service 11OC A.M. 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service J:45 a.m. Sunday School Thursday mid week service **.
Ceramics Room at 9:30 a.m., Mar. at 9:30: a.m., Joan Bean, lutr. (;during the four week period \?id, Evening Worship ...- 7 pjn. Sverang Service _, 7 P.m. W.M.B. 11:00 a.m. ......., Morning Worship b30 pjn. f
tka Jean Puletti, Instr. Adult Ceramics Class in the ed Dec. 15, compared with the I Wednesday. Service ...-,.....,7 p.m. }Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p'.ii. ./:30 pjn.Wednesday V.LB. Young 5:30 pjn. Training Union '.. ...
Home Demonstration Club hi Ceramics Room at 9:30: a.m., Mar..; II contsponding period a: year agoThe ft'ft ok u a a People 730 p.m. ...u< Evening'Worship ; STREETBAM :;:
the Conference Room at 10:00 tha Jean. Puletti, Instr.t. BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC a a Wednesday prayer service, 1:(' NORTH 14th
: a.m. volume was $64,795,461 CHURCH *
$ Michael's Guild in 429 South Street I' .1ST f
the Conference 6th p.m.
CHURCH MEMORIAL
METHODIST
Class in the
Ballet
((3-4 )
yr compared with $61,015,671, .an increase -
Auditorium at 10.00; a.m., Julan- Room at 9:00 a.m. I of $3,779,793. Rev, John O'Neil, Pastor Sunday Mass __ 2nd, 4th CHURCH a a Ret. Ran Humphreys, Pastor--
ne Owens, Instr., Ballet Class ((3 and 4)) in the Sunday Services: -I $ Sunday 7:30 a.m. John L Jones pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 9:45: a.m. ...-. r_ Sunday SchoUtOO '
Atlantic Avenue Playground, Auditorium at 10:00 a.m., Julanne I A sales rise also Was''recorded 10:00 A.M. Sunday School! 3unday Mass _._.__ 1st, 3rd 10:00 a.m. Sunday School Re,. J. T. Dunnam Pastor a.ra. __ Morning Worship-
Owens, Instr. for the 24-week per. d end.Dec '! Services A.M 7:00: _....:...._...... B.T.g;
supervised play, 3:30-5:30 p.m., 11:00 A.M.: Morning Wontf) ; > 5th Sunday, 11:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m., __ Morning Worship Worship : 8:30: p.m.
Hugh. Sides, Supv Ballet Class ((5 and 6)) in' ,the 15"when the volume amounted ,to 630pm. B.T.U. Daily 8 a.m. 5:15 p.m. MYF Supper &: Programs 11:00 A.M. 8:00: p.m. ...... Evening Worship.
Ballet Class ((5-6 yr.) in the Auditorium at 3:30 p.m., Julanne $. ,!2,555 compared with $348- 7:00 P.M. Men's Prayer Service i Saturday Convent Chapel Sunday School -_ 9:45 A.M. 7:30 p.m. Mid Week Serview

Auditorium at 3:30: p.m., Julanne Owens, Instr., 387,309 for the similar period last 1::s0 p.m. .:.- Evening Worship f:30 Communion in Convent 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship Training Union 6:15 P.M. Wednesday!
Owens, Instr. Ballet Class ((7-9)) in the Auditorium year, an increase'of $26,037,246 or Tuesday: ,"i .*6:30 P.M. ,.._ Young People's a it Prayer Service, _.. Wednesday a a a :;
Ballet Class ((7.9 yr.) in the at 4:30 p.m., Julanne 7.47 percent. 7:00 p-ni.1*_ Visitation' Meeting CHURCH OF GOU 7:30 P.M. CHURCH OF GOD -
Auditorium at 4:30 p.m., Julanne Owens, Instr. For the 52-week period ended < :":' Cor. 4th and Cedar Sts. a a a At Fire Points

Ovens, Instr. Atlantic Avenue Playground, Dec. 15 sales were $798,285,308 ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN. .*'. ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL Rev. L. Marvin Johnson, 'Pastor PINE GROVE BAPTIST Carl Gold Pastor :.
Senior Citizens in ,the Conference :supervised play, 3:30-5:30: p.m.,J compared with $762,809,553, an CHURCH CHURCH 10:00: .m. _, Sunday School .'' ClIURCH' Phone 261.5538'
Room at 7:15: pjn. ?4 gh Sides, Sujjv. -I increase of $35,475,750 or 4.5 Amelia City Near Intersections .| Neil I, Gray Rector 11:00 ajn. Morning ServiceY Rev A. Z. Knight Pastor Sunday School ____._' 10 ajo*

Citizens .Band Radio Club in Bothers Auxiliary of Troop 191 percent. .A1A '" 130; a.m. _.. Holy Communion P E. Friday Evening 7:30 pjn. Sunday School ...r......_,. 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship .._. ._ 11 a.Mr
the Game Room at 8:00: p.m. in the Art Room at 7:15: p.m. I Winn-Dixie now has 601 retail A. F. Gerbhardt, Pastor : lb.00, a-ra. ._,-. Choral Eucharist I i 7:30: pju. ', .... Evening Service {: Morning Worship ___ 11 aja I young Peoples Endeavor .,_
Young Democrats in the Conference (stores throughout the South comI : 8:00 a.m. Morning Service ';:15 a.ni. Church School? Classen j I I. Prayer meeting Wednesday [;Training Union 7:00 p.m. 7 p.m. Sun.
FKIUAY, JANUARY 11: Room at 8:00 p.m. I pared with 545 a year ago. {9:00 a.m. Sunday School Adult Bible Class 7:30 pjn. Evening Worship 8:00: p.m. Evangelistic Service ..' 745 SiC
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gub:Teen Club in the Game "
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Room at 7:15 p.m.

SATURDAY, JANUARY 12: I

Teen. Club in the Game Room WHITE
at 7:30: ,p.m. !I :
Chamber of Commerce. Dedication L =
Dance in the Auditorium at

9:00 p.m.

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MONUAYJANUARY 14:
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Children's Art Class in the Art FOrt THE HOMETwin '
I' 1FoXc1o1ir( SHEETS & PILLOW! 'CASES I
Room at 3:30: p.m., Faith Britton,
Instr. ,, and

Atlantic Avenue Playground, A breath-taking array of colorful pastels and whiter than white sheets &: cases. See Full Size + '. '

supervised Hugh! Sides,play Supv, 3:30-5:30 p.m., for yourself how "ma ing 4 bed" can become an exciting decorating adventure with F' CottonMattress # t R*, *!4.' v..* *v- *er*,., 19A ,.

Teen-age Ballet Class in the .luscious color coordinated sheets &P luow cases. L*A* :: ,* *

Auditorium at 3:30: p.m., JulanneOwens Covers
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Instr. 11 iinforizid *. ,
1 bury en # >*
Pre-teen Ballet Class in the 111'1 lnq with r ," e .y 4
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4:30 Julanne J'PP' ol Strongfy -
Auditorium at
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p.m. GUARANTEED NOT LESS THAN tipid sums. 'i **"5
Owens, Instr.
Adult Ballet Exercise Class in 100 Washings* 4 1 $ s {
tte Auditorium at 8:00: p.m., Jul Printed Terry eachQuilted '
anne Owens, Instr. Foicroft Shuts & Pillow Cuts irt6urtntttd .... /f
I W l IUr for 100 ,. Dish n ,
Buccaneer Coin Club in the by Ely r, Z t Q7c eta
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Wuhings, *na if then till to qvt! t. 71 Bleached Muslin
A for .
Game Room at 7:30 p.m. Mir! mifliunum o! Uundtring. you nuf '; .. Towels
,,tuft them to Ely 1 WJk, it. Louis flash Cotton Mattress Pads ,, 1 on o o '
Jaycees in the Conference Roomat J, Missouri for rtpUeiment, u D.Ts, Assorftd florif.' fruit i t 't
\ btorbtnt -
8:00: p.m.Historical. itcrv.Vl9It.b Lloi! .prints G... Frlnatd en thirsty tads lockfilched s'g-119, flit reds U Tv'a end Full rise DACRON .f ILL OW
Society in the Art
Room at 8:00: p.m.' i 't .. TWIN SIZE,39" x 16". ..'..$2.47 each ;oty.;;., fib r' fil1in9,/ti1e<*$?1 97
Adults and Teens Ceramics : """ ", 20"x24". Non.II. g.nic. Fiqutlity
+ !
Men'sHandkerchiefs FULL SIZE 54" x 76". ,.? $3,47 each each
Clan jn) the Ceramics, Rm at 7:30 I fancy ticking corded.

jyn., Martha Jean Puletti, 4r I Bleached, Cotton Muslin, Idgl.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 15: Initr'j' I I ". "_ I Combination Mattress Pads '
aD white 10 for Pillow Protector
I \ Crisp, /locksti't c h.d. Sinforized si'dewillf, contbliitiot wIMuslin l !
in the Roomat .
Playschool; Game ,
tress fti i cover. i i
9:30: a.m., Joan Bean, Instr ,. t cotton hemstitchedhandkerchiefs. Clottty wovu bliicktd '
87 TWIN FULL music! wtk! tipper clown, $100
1 :
Ballet Class (G yrs.) in the : ,, SIZE $357 51ZI'$457 .- e ISO% whoa She. 2li2LFlour -I or I
Auditorium at 10:00: a.m., JulanBC -
Owens, Instr. J.' -- . -- J. --, '- .- '.- -' -,
Brownie Troop 355 in'the Game t "
Room at 3:00: p.m. I -
FOE THE BATHROOM
Dance Class ,in the Auditorium
Tap !
at 3:30: p.m., Julaime ,Fine Muslin White I Sheets and Pillow Cases Sack Type Dish Towels A
Owens, Instr. Cotton. bleached white tnuslia: laundry fresh kitchen towels. Site "f for 97cAll Luxury Home
Ballet Class ((9.11)) in tV Auditorium 72".x IDS" 81" x 108" PILLOW CASES 27".40" 3-Piece Bath Set

at 4:30: p.m., Julanne 'TWIN FITTED @ DOUBLE FITTED @ 42" x 36" ,@ 2 for FOR HOME SEWING Ltrgt tin mat 21" i 34", Contour $
Owens, Instr. f Mat i I lid Covtr. Plus pie, heavy
Atlantic Ave. Playground, sup- .$ 64 100% Cotton. Non-slid foam rubb.r'"
wised play, 3:30-5:30: : p.m., Hugh' I $179' 84e t '; rJ r r paifel back. Sparkling shades white and biautifi)! lit Ii

Sides'itistr. each r ,. ,
'
Ceramics Class ((10 and 11)) in a r' // .\
the Ceramics Room at 3:30: p.m., _

Martha Jean Puletti, Instr: lJ 1 s 1
Tri Hi Y in the Art Room at / r
'lfoO p.m.Island l/1
Squares Club in the Ill i: s s ltY %s '

Auditorium! at' 7:30 p.m.
Barbershop Quartet in the Conference TE.RRIFICBARGAINS c; f' tI
Room at 8:00: p.m.

UEU.NESDAY.: ) ( JANUARY 16: '
s '
i I {I of 'IMULTISTRIPE
Girl Scout Troop lOd in the '. tl t'1 .. COMBINATION 2-P1ECE BATH SET
Gan\e"R6om at 3:00: p.m.
Atlantic Avenue Playground, I I t t e Lint free, tufted 100% cotton, dainty floral cvirlay.24"x36" .

supervised play, 3:30-5:30: p.m., I rug & lid cover Fashionable decorator col-
Hugh Sides, Supv I f ors Non-skid latex back rer s+r
Ceramics Class ((12 and 13)) in ,
the Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m.,
Martha Jean Puletti, h :str. LuxuriousTowels ;
Adult Ceramics Class in the

Ceramics Room at 7:30: p.m., Mar."HEALTH IN All DEPARTMENTS !

'
Novelty Debby Checked
ti ia
T.w.11 Wash Cleft r :
mm OUR \/\
,, Eeseseble ftr
\ t tM & SOLID COLOR

r! Fluffy absorbent towels.
0A a
TOPICS I ', f.: \ TOWELS with with ,cloths lo mifcli.
\ I A rind; Mortmtnf of' colon ',:,
s I, rr to add beauty fo your
!' J A N UARYCLEARANCE. c \ '\ With "Uircking Webb T. ,WI'I bith! \
SEr t oj Your Doctor ol Utdicme ,
$ 00
lour Ftarifo Local Medical ilcdical Associauon.WHArS Society. and the t ., ', 1,. Cloth Turkish. .'To...tkserb.at !s. siu2i44" 2 for 1 EOWEL11z44sr.: t. . .97 c each

/ t, Uatchlifaskd HAND TOWEL 16 *27" . . . .57c each

"* IN DIETS IMPORTANT FOR .+. j w .th,du Irz12". Matches, WASH CLOTH 12" x 12" at. . . 27c each
r: Afl cotto Uultkolorstrp _
.
OLDER PERSONS i; ,, all "'
I c r' 11 U / colors. ::riG TERRY WASH CLOTH ,
1;),\\he quantity, not so much '
the quality, that* important ,. Teach of. 5 popular Pastel colors banded in a per

The..,-wmc apply nutritional to diets during principlesthat the .handy package of 10. Size 12" x 12" 97' pkg. ,

early years of life apply in the
later >'ear$. People never cease k
to/ gpire food of Rood quality ', -
but ,the quantity pf food they SENSATiONL.gEDtJC.T.1OtJS '
eat u too often uncotrolled. Wash and Wear Prints and Plains IDEAL'
The need for valor, intake
decreases with ajre. But the Riguhr 5c io 79c Y 1yes. Al purpose lugfc tfyfo. wjsi Wtfibrici ,,, I
necih of the older body for u a *Id+ vanity of pitterns ineluo ng bright, nut ,.
protein, mineral and vitamins 9fom.trk tfrtctivo floral designs ood the most wtnttdpUm 37c DIAPERS "'1
da not lessen. Because of the sJiiJet.' Outst+i ABf; ''Color eombi *tloai U this MWfwortment '
continuous loss of protein from of coeorf st, ail! cottoo. ftbrics. 5
+ rL
the 'body tissues throughout A 5 ALLAN'SATLANTIC Comfertitle" : fist dry.
life; protein intake must .be, Ug. VeickeJ ncivyJjtf s P .
maintained. '
soy ibwt t, $1 '
Some older persons believe I PRINTED OUTING FLANNEL vhH: cotton Ji.pa,
they do not need much meat Fun ir t ir Sqll.r. ,
or other protein foods. These A' sp+cia! 111.4" of 34" vtfo prints' la Juvfnfo, SYo+Erj i 0,0 j ea (ey
food| pjtve the body substances : Geometric and Rant p Hero. Tko perfect fibric, for For'$1 t
necessary to good health whichno AVENUE l sewing soft, eomfortitlo w t5uWe g nBents.
other foods can supply.
Protein, of high quality cia be .
obtained from meat milk, eggs
fish poultry and cheese. .
Forthose who can't chew or


'have aid food afford ice,recommended many cream.nutritional of. Milk the milk is protein authorities'a leading cheese-rich BIG VALUES Every item made in AMERICA _


source pf'calcium and riboflavin

and. provides high-quality pro- _. .
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