Fernandina Beach news-leader
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 Material Information
Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: January 24, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024610
oclc - 33142109
notis - AFA6512
lccn - sn 95026706
System ID: UF00079912:00004
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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Since 1858 Absorbed by, Purchase, Merger or Succession, The Florida News, The East Floridian The Peninsula, The Fernandina'Courier, The Island Qty Feriaodma Observer. Fernandina Express. The Fernandina'News, The Florida Mirror. The Nassau County Star, Th 's, R
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Interest MountsIn 4yh

f "Miss Nassau

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y ri County" Pageant

J The Recreation Center in Fer
i; nandina Beach will be the settingfor
i 1 p the fifth annaal'1Lsa' Nas-

4.i ?au County" high school beauty
contest to be held February 9.
f \ Many sponsors have been contacted 'v ,L
and girls from each of the \ : :
I ,4 __I h 'our high schools:: have entered 4, L I Iex Is

the contest. The coveted title be-
;, I stowed upon some lucky girl Lone y L \t
d+ ex a
to be worn with honor and

x Ski dignity; As ticket sates increasethe ;

,t ; anticipation of each prospec-
tive winner heightens.
r. I Interested girls: who have not)
entered may still be in the contest i' L
Girls in the Fernandina area #

1 NINETEEN EMPLOYEES of the Fernandina mill of Container Corporation of America j' should contact Mrs. Emily How 4
the celebration of the ard at 261-5008; those in Yulee
were honored last week during silver anniversary opening ,
I should in touch with Miss
of the, facility on Jan. 14, 1938. Citations were presented by R. E. Phinney, general man- Anne Hewes get in Callahan see as; t s

ager of the mill and also .a '25-)'ear veteran, at a meeting of the Concora Club last Wednesday Mrs. Viola McCormick or Mrs. a.

night. Those honored Vere, left to right front row, Tyler Jones, S. R. Steen Kathy Brown; and Mrs. George

son, L. ,G. Futch, C.. .A. Hamilton, J, E. McNeil, L. L. Edwards, and, K. E. Keiter. Sec Geiger and Mrs. TJene CoVer are
ond row, I to r, L. ft. Durden, W. E. Reed, M. B. Brannon, J. A. Bruce, K. C. Haddockand the, representatives for Hilliard. ;.

J, W.. Bah y. Third\ ,row, 1 to r, R. E. Phinney, E. R. ,Bounds, K. I. Syze, Marvin Added to the 'already distinguished -

&c Sawyer, M. R. Pikuja, and H. L.0 Baughman. panel of judges is Gordon
Spolswood, a Jacksonville photo-

j.wtftmwn' ;; !'McKendree Is Engaged I elected grapher.To Palsy enhance president He.in has the Jacksonville.of occasion recently United, 'Cerebral 4)lissNassau been- a

II County 19, 2", better '
known as Miss Joan Wells, will COMPETITION WILL BE KEEN in the annual Miss Nassau Front row, from left, Linda Crist, Annette Bryant t, Ma-

In Revaluation ProgramTax I be present to hand down her title. County" beauty contest to be held Saturday eening'is: Crapps, Shirley Sikes, Dahla Jones, Lillian Connor, and
Miss Wells% a graduate of Yulee February 9, at the 'Municipal Auditorium. Lovely )'ounglice Hagan. Second row, Elaine Garrett, Ida Balis, Beth
high school class of 1962, has represented ladies from all tie high schools in Nassau County will vie Grower and Maxie Beasley. Back row, Marie Clement. ,

L Assessor E. N. McKendree I be considered will be unimprovedland. Nassau County on many for the coveted title. A number of charming young, misses Connie Belcher, Patsy Metts, Frances Rigdon, Pat Cati\a,
announced this week that a program McKendree said ,that he intends occasions, including the dedication in the competition from Yulee High School are pictured and Jerry Nails. Photo by Tom u..vis
is underway to revalue and to determine the value of of the Marine' Welcome Stat -,-

old saying that 'the proofof equalize all of the property in each parcel of land by first determining tion.Lights
: the pudding is ,in the eating" Nassau County. He stated that he the amount. ?,of pine dim A hush settles Rauschert Says MillIs !! Department Of Education Plans Band To Appear' '
I Ii over the audience The spotlight
has hired additional for land, hardwood land ,and waste
has a counterpart in that "the an man a Shut Down For .
proof of the publicity is in thecoverage" five i month period to assist him I land in each'parceT;.apd then to focuses on the stage as the curtain Iin -
t and that's just what in this work. \ apply an assessments" value to' opens his'r Emcee Bob Springer Inventory.Adjustment. "Operation Alphabet" On TV SeriesStarting Fall-Winter
I call the
vrftVe, getting in regard to the Hugh Sloss, a recent additionto each type of land. This type of begins then ,
the assessor's office, will also classification will be: used becauseof parade of beauties begins. The Fernandina Mill /of Rayon. '
Marfne{ Welcome Station dedicated on February 25, the sizeable group classified as total Concert Fridayr
Will be to \he ier shut down Wed
present Incorporated
you see
'i here Jan 13 People from as be involved in the reassessment, its permanence.\Once determined 1,342 men and women of Nassau, illiterates, who cannot read or I
? crowning of "Miss Nassau County" nesday and is not scheduled to reopen I
far away as Weisbaden.Germany, McKendree said. it'will rarely change, with County who are unable to read write at the first-grade level..
school of
high 196S? until Feb. 3.
The Fernandina Beach
have sent clippings from variouspapers The first clau'of property to time. rf ahd write English well can learn High
Contrary to popular
B. L. Rauschert/ resident man School Band
information will its
With this file present
I annual
carrying the story that these. skills while sitting in their I I
announced that the shut. these men and women are not Fall Winter ,the
ager Concert in
future revaluation
l went out via United Press. International programs Luke Addresses own homes watching television. .
necessarily unintelligent. Their
I down is for the purpose of an inventory high school auditorium
would Friday
require'the application
Commission only I
The clipping from City The opportunity will be given
lack of schooling is frequently due j
to"the adjustment. I night, January 25th, at' 8:00
in :
of new values I p.m.
Weisbaden came from Major and i acreage them by Station WFGA, Channel i to forces beyond their control: a ,
Mrs., John L. Crutchfield and was !To Push each land class. Such a system Kiwanis! Club On 12 and Station WJCT Channel 7, I need to help support their families Guided by, the theme, "iOmeI -

S t dt to Mrs. Crutchfield's mother, Re-Paving will give the assessor background Island Residents whose new series "Operation Al early in life; illness; or the I.I thing for everyone," the band has
Mi*. ,Faith Pearson. Major. Crutch! I information on each parcel for i Of Affairs phabet" has been designed by fact that English is not. their native selected B group of compositionsthat
the Of North 14th I the first time and will provide '
fvel Is with 726Qth Support ; educators especially for the adult tongue will be entertaining and sat
He Elizabeth and two permanent continuity 'between future Give 890.05 In
Squadron. who lacks these, essential abilities.
I t BYState TOMMY HALL I I "Operation Alphabet a new isfying to all those attending. This
$ children, Kay .15 and Mars;' 10, I The City. Commission voted assessors., ki .According to the most recent approach to helping adults learn I will be an opportunity to see and
I The acreage i in each "class will At the Monday nigh meeting of
hav\J rei\, ir> 'Germany .slnce _tigust" -: tmnv'JSrofcsly brt night to*>lend from ; 1 j 3 :ithers Mard reports of the. Bu Census tgr read and write comUU.ofJM, Ileear oaroupaf; !: Fernandina h
be determined current" her Club, Fred ook
I that they reld ) :;r -pro
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the News-Leader from cover to every effort to secure the resurfacing -I (Continued On Page 2) : chairman, presented t as i ..- '-, -- -- --- 1,342 so-called functional. illiterates half-hour ,television lessons. Th, .I ot1nl'people at their best'
and then it is in great demand of Fourteenth Street. The speaker, H. S.- Luke, hose Monday, January 21, was an (men land women' who progran was" developed over a Tickets can be purchased from
coyer with the other boys In thetoajor'a street in question runs from the I topic was, "Looking Backwardand i important day on Amelia Island. cannot'read and write on the period of two years'by the Philadelphia I, band members,"at the high school
office. Their clipping wasfrom city limits on the South of the I Kiwanis Club Brings Looking Forward", Sometime during that day, almost sfxth-grade level!), live within our I Public Schools. It has office, and at the auditorium ticket

the European edition of the city to Fort Clinch State Park i The month of January, he said, i, 100 mothers had a door-to- county. Among these, there is a (Continued on Page Tiro) .I I. window Friday, night
is traveled. ----- --- -- -- --- -- -- ----
Stars and Stripes. Another clipping and heavily Rubinoff Here In was named for the two-faced god door campaign to collect money ----- -
I for the March of Dimes, awl the '
received! locally was from Re-surfacing will have to be who Jooked backward and forward : .
Joe ;Spmers,.friend of the Ed Mat. okayed by the County Commission ,- and suggested that it was island residents responded ,to the A. .. fqy
tsons at the golf course and a and the State Road Depart Concert TonightRUBINOFF timely to take such a look at our Marching Mothers' appeal with a .. a -l(., 4:fix 4n
frequent visitor here. Joe is night ment as the street has been lab. : present state of affairs. total collection of $89005,

Vdltor of the Chicago Daily News. eled a secondary road. I and his Violin wil1 Showing how the changing Mrs. Marvin Jenkins served as w r
', In other business the Commissioners I I appear in concert tonight at thr times of our present day l life affects chairman for the 1963 Mothers ;
The high esteem in which the passed a resolution: com Municipal Auditorium at 8:15 I the lives of individuals, the March. .h
mending Mrs. Teresa Castro "for I the "A staggering amount of money
speaker compared early daysof
(Continued On Page 2)) ,p.m., under the sponsorship of
her genuine interest and, coopera his childhood_ when he changedfrom has been collected by the Marchof
,Duvol Homes, Inc. tion with the City of FernandmaBeach" I the Kiwanis Club. city life to life upon a farm. Dimes since its beginning, but .. .
Sets "Open House"Model in the use of her yacht I Rubinoff's colorful career date He recalled 'some of the downto an equally staggering number of ., 'vtt e '; J
"Southern Trail" for the ribbon- I back to 1911 when 1 he graduated earth experiences which had people have been helped by it," 9a
At Home cutting ceremony at the dedica I with distinction from the Royal helped him in later life to see Paul Bibb, Nassau County Chair '

1:Duvul Home:", Inc. is holding ,tion of the.. Florida Marine Welcome I Conservatory of Music at Warsaw Continued On Page Two) man, said today. '
''Open House" this: Saturday and Station here. I He was urged by the immortal "In our county alone, 40 persons
Sunday afternoon, at their first I The resolution cited Mrs. Cas Victor Herbert to immigrate to '' have benefited from, our Lti .
completed! house: in .Fernandina '''tro as an unofficial hostess and Pittsburg, Pa., where, as a boy. ':.. :Jl(: ,..:" .:' ':.:::: ::::. March of Dimes chapter, and an : a. ,
Beach. ambassador of good will during I prodigy at 13, he endeared .himself '" : untold number have been saved _
The masonry home was built the weekend of the dedication. I into the hearts of music lovers W' ''' '':':.':. .,:' j,i from' death or disability by the 1.. _

for Mr. and Mrs. Wit! ? flI'. Anderson Mrs. Castro held virtual Open i and later became known polio vaccines. ____
and is: located otp Amelia House on her yacht for local and through radio as RUBINOFF and Now, that the fight to conquer t: -l
Rd. just past the Five joints in. visiting dignitaries. His Violin. olio is almost won, the need f* L
tersection.The I Considerable discussion ensued As his musical borizon enlarg-I' noney for the March of Dimes is. :

public is invited to inspectthe I upon presentation of plans by ed he became nationally I greater than ever. The March of ....L. _,,,, .
home between 12 noon and the Auchter Company for utilizing soloist-conductor with theatre and j Dimes, founded by Franklin D.
5 pm on the appointed Mays, space around the concretearea symphony orchestras as well as I Roosevelt, himself a polio victim, JOHN V. SPACHNER, vice chairman of Container Corporation of America visited
Further information may be of the Welcome Station for on the radio and in movie musi- i has begun a campaign to aid those the local division last. week on the occasion of their 25th anniversary Spachner is

found in an ad in this:issue. (Continued On Page 2)) cals. In this capacity he won the ki (Continued On Page 2)) shown as he' addressed, a dinner meeting of the Concora Club at Seaside InnAt left

admiration and friendship of John I is R. E. Phinney, general manager of the local mill, and right is Wesley Arnold,

Phillip Sousa, Will Rogers, George Shave On ProgramAt president of the Concora ,Club, who emceed the occasion.
J Gershwin, Al JoLon, Eddie
"I" ", Cantor, and scores of other musical Short Course I

: greats.A For CommissionersThos. T
7 Chicago newspaper acclaimed
him "The People's Choice" with J. Sha\5 Jr., county at-

good reason, having heard him at 'ornejr, deliver&d1an address on .: .
an open-air concert at Grant Parlin Limitations and Duties of Count .: :
Chicago which drew 225,000 Commissioners al a short cours.(

people, the largest audience in in Tallahassee ifie early part of
the annals of American concerts. the week. '
x \ Tickets for -tonight's performance I i 1 R The short course i if a joint effort Jf4'p

are on sale at the Florida of the General l Extension Division ,
ational Bank and at Lewellen's. of the University of Florida ir

and the state organization of (, Y. I
Roy Key Returns county commissioners. 4 4 ) q r
Also attending*the two-day session __
From Furniture Mart; from Nassau County were .1 Ari

Commissioners Harry Poole, W.
Plans Annual Sale 11I
'i .J V/Galphin] and John Higgin-

Roy Key, local manager of,l botham.
; Mather Furniture Co., returnedlast .e
weekend from a visit to the Yorks Given Cruise e'.
Furniture Mart Atlanta, where DAVID KENNETH STURGES, f /
I Caribbean
he observed all the new lines for member of Boy Scout Troop 213, To CitiesFor

a 1963 and assisted in the buying was presented the Eagle Award,;i' Sales Record x
of new furniture. ". the highest rank in Scouting at f, I
Key states that the trend today the Nassau District Court of Hon I. The Rudy Yorks will leave Sunday .

REV. JAMES T. DUNNAM I, left, Is shown presenting a is: to Colonial and Early American I or in December., Scoutmaster Er. I for Port Everglades to embark .
furniture and that Mather.: '! nest Valero made the presenta. r| on a cruise to Kingston,
certificate of license, to the gospel ministry to Joe Lynn
i! 1 ice Chair Jamaica and Port an Prince, Haiti
t purchased a large quantity and tion. R. E; Phinner, I
Joyner, member of the First Baptist Church who has : I York, district manager for
wide variety of this design man of Region 6, BS.and, member ;
surrendered his life ,(fo' preach the gospel. The presentation I He stated further that the local I of the executive board of the I Suburban Propane Gas Co., received
was made several weeks after Joe Lynn came for- store will hold the annual stock North Fkrida Council, presented i, the trip 'as an, award for

ward to answer the (call; after counseling with Rev. Dun. liquidation sale soon in anticipation 'I Sturges with a letter of congratjuUtioa i the highest rating in 1962 sales SPACHNER ALSO SPOKE at a luncheon when he and company officials here met
'n am. He will enter'college this fall, after graduation of the arrival of this new from the National Boy i quotas of the Florida divisions of At both
business and at The Sandbar "
with a of local professional men m e>
and will later the !* the group
High School con Council Following
?rom Fernandina Beach stock. Scout company.Mr.
his and Mrs. G. H. Waas, Jr, ings, Spachner painted a rosy picture of the outlook for Container Corporation during
Uinue his studies in a Southern Baptist Seminary. Lynn: Key accompanied Alden Clark, award Kenneth presented
I fkc t f. >t;hoto VI T. U. CZ nel to Atlanta, Mother'! Pio ::le. '' .' and for R.. E, Phinney's outstanding management t, ... t : r ',.. __-" -f(..,

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FRt4 l flA BE ACH H W .L AP ..Jl. church; Asks For United Fujid Sets McKetdr" .. : ''Thfif't ShoR Mgvii I: $t'$ 11 ft".l! | 1 j

2. AH STREET. PHONES 3684 '368] .. I !Tq '
'., ,' Children's Clothing; LtrgfiOn r fat ens Held Jinyary 11 i

f... ..'\,,', t.J\.trey. ;' .Ray A John Caldwell n.,.Perry Editor and Newspaper SJanarcrNATIONAL 1 I An appeal for children's cloth Annual Meeting iaj\ (Continued photographs from already" Pag, Oae i ia,)5.tta Fourth Street In DoytQQQ, |each h '::: head

: made this week the assessor's office. Sirs. Aaa Sessions gnu&dmo her
I I ing is by These photos The Thrift Shop, a project or' \
; Church of God of Prophecy. For 31 will be available for public .inspection the Woman's Club, is moving to of Bill Scott, passed away January -

:t k : I EDITORIAL Needed is apparel for boys, age i January at anj time. larger quarters, it was announced : 9 .Ta, Daytona Beach h<$rj 1 start '

IC.d UsgbcgTiSnv 11 9 and 11, girls, age 5 and 7, andA I McKendree said that the pulp this week by Mrs. D. C. Land, pital. Funeral. was held January'I e
+ \ M, a JI :: one-year-old. I The annual meeting pf the companies having lands in ,the '!, chairman. '11 !at Baggett*and Mcintosh"Fun* ,'

I I members of the Nassau County county are cooperating with him The move will be made from eral Home in Daytona Beach;
The clothing) i is needed for *
I a
v \ AUDITED ,PAIU CIRCULATION Community Chest-United Fund by furnishing the information tha building back of the Western with interment in Belleview Cemetery -
whose clothes
Published e>*TY.Jteky ,nd entered at the Post Office family route while here' to make were their lost I' wilheld\ at the Container. they already. have available "relative -|I Union f ffice on Fourth_ Street to ," :. i
Feroandina Beach, Florida-ai' second class mail mattEr en Corporation of America Conference to their own lands. The I a building! owned b7 Harry SaM 1' :She had resided i in. Daytona Kids gets head start ongrowing
and who bis been with
home burdened "jumping
Subscription Rates: with the- illness and hospitaliza I Room on Thursday January companies involved are .C ntin-; man on the same. street and i in : Beach .f four years, moving here juvenile"up life insurance. Protects *
$4 a year $2.25 6 months $U5 3 Months .. I :31, at 8:00 pan. All persons ental Can Company International the same block.;: !' from Jacksonville where she had ; ,builds rash values. I
tion of the mother'since their arrival now
$4.50 a year out of countys I who have either contributedto Paper Company, St. Marys 1 The larger quarter; will enable made het home for many years. Coverage jumps five-fold at

-s-.. --n -- P Donations will be picked b or worked for the Commonjty -! Kraft Corporation and St. Kegfe;, thq Thrift Shop to handle larger i iI { ,She'ti survived hy her husband) I' age 21, at same low premium
calling 261-5119 or 201-5436.up ? I ; Chest, are considered numbers. Paper Company, i in. addition to J'Item, People bringing in clothes ]I J. !J, Sessions; a daughter" Itr$. j I Let us tell you more,
locally based. Container Corp ph consignment are asked to Geraldine Scott; two sons Major .
:u'CoIVbO; and Engines Ly Irwiu,! C ,llal] An election will be held to replace oration of America and Rayonier: I please: have such items cleaned. Don Sessions j all of Daytona WOOTEN

., ,. those members- of the Incorporated. Proceeds. of the project goes to Beach, and William Sessions; !
-- '.-"'- Just Ro"Llin'j, j I Board of Directors whose term I Container and Rayonier have : the club's. building fund. ,Jacksonville; nina grandchildren I i Insurance AgencyCALL
has expired. Anyone wishing tomake ,
/ i .also offered McKendree the set-i I and nineteen great-grandchildren i
V additional nominations can vices of their technical forestersto i, I'ELLEN SHANK
(Continued from Page One). do so by $submitting their nominations determine the land classifications -;i Highway Patrol stunt or race on. the public !I 261-5503' '

Fernandina Beach High School i in writing either to the for the remainder of the streets; and avoid busy streets. j .-.. .. ... .
Band and its director,' Jonathan j! secretary of the organization, f county. These men will' work --- ------ -

Hill, is held has been evidenced I Russell Johnson, or to the chairman under the direct supervision of Urges Education
.. i in two very complimentary invitations -I r I of the Nominating Committee Assessor McKendree and his VACUUM CLEANER REPAIRS

extended this group. Judge J. E. Weatherford, on staff. iOn'Bi I ycle Safety
before January 25. I I;
One is from the parade committee or

Ernest P. Davis, of
I A of the organization'sactivities C HOSES
of the :famous Indianapolis the Rayonier Timber Division 1 TALLAHASSEE The Florida

I. Memorial Day car race and the presented this to the year membership.will also be It j i stated that the offer: ,of technical! Highway Patrol today re- Pickup and! Delivery Service
other is to participate in the :!
!f-bclp was originally proposed at I minded parent of children with
7 ., : Daytona Beach "500" race acti will include a report from the.; it recent meeting on financial new Christmas bicycles to teach i| Used Cleaners and. Polishers For' Sale
Drive Chairman, Glyn Waas, as I :
'. vity. This excellent marching' ,troubles: o{ the county school system their youngsters safe bicycle rules j E
the of the Drive
band has won many honors$ for I to. jesults ; lit report I I called by the Schools Committee and habits. I Kirby Company
.. from the Audit Chairman, ,
this city and more recentlyere' :; .
; of, the Fernandma Beach. At a time when there arg .thousands -
1I acclaimed for their outstanding and a report from the Budget I P.TA. of brand new bicycles being I 2tf2 Atlantic Ave. Ahsyverin\g. Service
t and Admissions Committee, to
performance at the dedication I'I'
ridden all over Florida by youngsI
the disposition of the funds. Phone 261-3412! After Hours
the Florida Marine Welcome Sta ten whose delight and enthusiasm 'V' .
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tion. I Luke Addressesfrom -
I vehicles ,
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I ,. for the gift seems end-,! --------.. -
State less, the patrol warned that these i
The Jaycees are iIa flurry of Department ,! (Continued Page One) same gifts which are the source

I advance activity in anticipation things in true pprospective. He pf so much happiness can spell 'I
of the third annual running of I (Continued from Page One) inquired whether or not life is tragedy when used improperly. Used TVSateLARGE

the Golden Crown Prix on March. been estimated that between 50- too soft for the present 'genera. "It is, evident that many parents i ,
2 and 3. If early efforts are any tion, thus failing to provide them who :are careful with the
000 and individual in the
0l criterion this year's sports car 75,000 .I with the tough outer skin which storage of poisons and who will SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM \
: fLlfttlui/ to be far and I Philadelphia broadcast area have needed to with the current I II
l I' races promise away .1 cope i pot allow their children to play
benefited from the Television I
superior to the two previous I course. problems facing us as individualsand with firearms think nothing of allowing WE FIN4NCR OUR OWN
: stations in approximately
years. The Jaycees are confident '!I II as a nation. I children to ,ride a bicycle ,
other cities either are using USED TELEVISION SETS
'U1'MI WLUC AGAR,$11,WHEN I Fill MY AIM OUT UU tHIS fM WGNAUN8 that the weather on race dates I I I' The' speaker stated that it was in violation of basic safety rules,"
rot A WT TVIIt. could not possibly be as bad two or plan to use the "Operation I his belief that the Russians wouldbe declared Patrol Comdr. H. N.
I Alphabet" series. I .
1 years in a row as that experienced I the losers if our country 'did Kirkman.The SIXTH
According to Mr. John T. Weis- AT
last March. An intensified not occupy the place of prominnce patrol emphasized the need I Ch k'S .TVSlt 261-4491
The frof/tri SpM/ Strict ner, our school superintendent, the U R :
I advertising campaign should insure which it does among the nations for motorists to drive with caution -I "
adult who conscientiously follows .
.11 a much larger attendancethis of the world. He added, that wherever} there are youngsters : -- -. -- --. ,--_.
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Carelessness and indifference to the rights of others is year as well as .a much "Operation.Alphabet"100 lessons and who studies India and China have one-half of riding bikes, but stressed the 'I
the cause larger field Qf competitors. the world's population and 'create need ,. effort
greatest of highway accidents. and practices with the TV Home- tqo for a. greater on WE SPECIALIZE IN '
basic a threat to the Russian populations I the part pf parents to teach
Study-Book, will have a
-- --- Proudest grandparents in town well as to non-communist countries -I youngsters tq,share safety responsibility

The famous Glass Bottom Boat "The reason they don't have are Fire Chief and Irs... Hoyt reading ability.: understand I with. drivers. Automatic Transmission Repairs
"He will recognize, ;
fleet at Florida's Silver Springs I women for after-dinner speeches Lofton if an outward display is I words. Charles Limb :was a guest of Some safety rules for bicycle
; and be able to use more
evidence. A large sign, "It'sA his brother-in-law Exteen 'Cor- listed the Brake Rebuilding Wheel Miqpment
travels more than three times is because the women can't wait any I operation were by patrol I
He will be able to understand
around the world annually, but that long to tell it." George B. Boy" was in front of the fire and I bett, A report, was given: of {the : .
directions J
never gets further than a mile and Bowra, Aztec (N. 31.) Independent station bright and early Monday I' which common confront signs daily, and! he Interclub meeting held. at, the Ride on .the.: right side next to GENERAL REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES, & IODEI.SOur I,
'a half from it's dock. !i Review. morning after the birth Sundayof us I Southside .Kiwanis Club in Jacksonville the curb or pavement edge; stop

young Dandee to Harvey and j will be, he able will to write gain better.enough Hopefully self-- *last Thursday. ,.which was I' for red ,lights: ,and stop signs ,and ; Repair Facilities Arc 'The Finest(, Best. Equippedand

Linda Lofton at Tallahassee Memorial confidence and appetite for learning attended by Evert. Elvin. Lonnie I' do. not prQ9eed' until the way is I Most Modern In 'awnHARRELL'S !
Hospital. If Hoyt had his i Hollingsworih, Fred Cook, Tom clear; if ,i it ;is necessary to ride at
school adult
enroll in
t C f I way the bassinet and layette were education to classes.public The seipu} Digby and Gordon Butler, who night use a .njiite light in. front II I
probably in fire truck red. : was guest speaker. and a red light or reflector .on the
student of Alphabet:! I '
Kilvanians wer g' urged. to sell AUTO. SERVICE
I should reach, nearly cht I : i
wa Vandals who have been breaking I i or very tickets to the Rubinoff Concert rear.Give hand signals for turns and I
:I the glass in parking meters a third-grade" reading and writ- vhich the dub Is spfccsoring atthe stops use the left arm for signals J South. Eighth Street I
'introducing s face stiff if ing level says Mr. Municipal Auditorium tonight cling to "Your ,Rambler Dealer"OUR
: a penalty they areapprehended I The series has been most t successful ; never any moving I .
according to Police friendl.and at 8:15: p.m. _vehicle; don't ride double; don't t 1
in areas where the _. .
Chief J. R. Parker. The -- -' ---
has gone- .eyran4> the\ annoying I neighbors of these underedo- : u ,J : 'I-- (
r caged Americans. tolithem, ,about. : ,_ .. )
point and''violators, will be prosecuted "" and -- -- ... ""' ,...
tne series, urgedthem
to the full extent>of the program ,
... participate. This fact was
law Not only the $1.50 piece of '
revealed by reading experts who I j
glass and the cost of replacingthem I'I studied "Operation Alphabet'" in :
is involved but the clock

JAMES E. BOWERS inside is left bare to) the $le-I other The cities.educational series will be EXPANSION I
ments and rain
causes a great
rt t 314 Atlantic Avenue leal of damage. Also causing : broadcast every weekday morning
for 20 weeks on Station WFGA
:oncern is the practice of bend- Channel 12, from 6:00: to 6:30 I
a 261-3982 ;!ng stop signs around the city.
A.M. and on Station WJCT Chan-
it might be pointed out 'that tax r
nel 7, from 7:30: to 8:00: P.M. on PW
newly appointed to serve you with the payers' money pays for such installations Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri .' I
I and those ,committing S I II
best in auto, life, and fire insurance. the acts are not ,only virtually I days. "?'
S but themselves -*
robbing others as 4I # i

>I TAT* FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES .,....... well. City CommissionContinued
Home Offices; Blcpmlnjton, Illinois tit "
If you're interested in insurance ; R-E-A-L-L-Y BIG !
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you may want to attend a

:--------- .. !I I I1 joint House meeting and Senate of permanent the Florida In tieing to up small also boats.check It with was the decided :i, Response To General Electric Appliances Has Been So

f surance Committees in Jacksonville I Florida Development Commission !

Monday, Jan. 28 Purposeof on the advisability of a safety
the meeting is! to discuss pro- rail around the portion of :

posed session legislation of the for the legislature.upcoming water.the hand station that ( fronts on the i Gnat, We Are forced To Move To larger Quarters )

Nassau Senator Harry Stratton The Commission accepted deeds j I ,
will be in attendance as vice from H. V. Burgess and Mrs. |

chairman of the Senate committee. Sarah M. Cooper to propertythat ON SOME
The meeting is set for 10 would extensionof
permit an IOFF
a.m. in the George WashingtonHotel Division Street The deed .UP TO
banquet will permit a 344 foot extension ,
from the existing South end of ,. .
In recognizing individuals ..mak- this street. If opened up the extension f'

I, of ing the contributions dedication to of the the 'Florida success building would in that permit area. ..additional Wf DM') Want. To Move Our inventory and Scratch It Up, So WeA.re

I Marine Welcome Station l here we The Commission discussed erosion ,

4 / ; failed to mention of the Jocal the excellent police force cooperation aid that of the is local being beach given and other the I T kiM"" A Loss On All White Goods and TV's

and of the Highway Patrol.
/ 4r Corp'I'j beaches. It was approved to submit -
YC. Amasou had several !
I aid for
a petition for similar -
patrolmen here for the event. Also ", '- v-, ... "
this city.
c | we failed to acknowledge the fine I E. J. Johnson, 1 -.
c n i Commissioner '
I help rendered by Gil Becker and the of the Thank You--Fernandina Beach Yulee -
i a other employees of Fort Clinch I balance Jr., brought of the up money subject that was j i Wt Sincerely ,

It l 1\1! State Park.Island I the secured Waterway along with Welcome the funds Station for Irunswick,, and Jcicksonvilb For Your Patrwwg and ;? .,

I CLAMP DOWN Residents and Johnson City Marina.suggested' that the Gwd Will|| Cecil Elvida, Danny and! Joey now 1I ; .

: Commission determine at an ear < Your G.E Dwler "
'(Continued from Page One) ly date how' much of the money :

.. According to the word from Washington, Internal who suffer from birth defects and secured has been expended for __ .- 'L ', '. or.

I enforcement Revenue has of spelled the new out tax the laws.policy Actual for the proof rigid of arthritis."The March of Dimes has and the to welcome that the the various station balance projects and be allocated marina lor- IN ORDER TO SERVE YOU MORE EFFICIENTLY IN THE FUTURE .THAN

: your deductions will be more necessary than ever proven itself with the development

before. of ,polio vaccine, and with which it was secured. ABOUT THE 1ST FEIRUARY WE
.. the financial and! physical help of These projects were an irrigation IN' PAH Of ARE tOYING
for the golf course
That's why you're wise to pay every bill by check.! system
volunteers it will do
That's why you're wise to ppen an account, with Bibb concluded. so again, I lighting at the city ball park and TO A LARGER AND MORE CONVE H.ENLOCATION.J
to the beach area ,
: us before another week goes by. f "Amelia Island has, as alwajs, I improvements read by Acting Y
A letter was
"stood up to be counted" during I City Manager Clayton Sander : At 113 Atlantic l Avenue '
the Jlbt&en March and the
: Nas- from the Chamber of Commerce' ... ... . J" ." ..
$au County Chapter of the March I >
., commended the
in which they
: Ja af Dimes is truly grateful for this I: work of Jim Beard and his ;Pub

., ( NationalBankI I rear's response," Mrs Jenkins lie Works Department for" the :. "
; said in making her report. work they performed in readying Appliance Sales & Service
j I Mrs. Bryant Tucker, chairmanof ,
the dedication
for -
fcjl p M MM m\.N .. the dock area -
I I WI& F enl_.II INI leach the Mothers March in 'Yulee, of the welcome station. ,.' : ,
reported today that Yulee resi-
i ,
L. L. Bohannon served as chairman '
lents had responded with a total '30 3rd Strr Won 261-5022 Anytime
f of the Commission in: the Nprfh ,
: r1- ntww prom ---.cI ea.rourar of t122.9O. This will boost area absence of Mayor E J. Smith..

: collections to date to lQl2.05. GE, Tubes Are So Good, Even Qur Competitors 'tyse Them/ .:,-
( .1r county areas were not repotted t .. ** -- *rm
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l Hibiscus Club Hears Celebrate 40th Wedding Anniversary Mission 'Program, Eastern Star Holds Public Installation Bernice Lowe Circle

Mrs. Rauschert On Held. January 9 By Meets Wednesday At

"Home Landscaping" -' Audrey Cowley ,Circle Sheffield HomeThe
'ujii 1'
Mrs. B. L. Rauschert was guest ;:Mrs, Bartow Haddock was hostess Bernice Lowe Circle of Memorial

speaker for the Hibiscus Garden! to the Audrey Cowley Circleof Methodist Women's Society

,Club on January 21 when mem- 'First Baptist Church January I of Christian Service met last
ben met at the home of Mrs. J. : < 9th- There were eleven members Wednesday morning at the homeof

fJt Hutchins. Mrs. J. D. Daugher. I present ,' ,fiY > Mrs. Hale Sheffield with Mrs.

,ty and Mrs. L. K. Nolan served as I "Christian Witnessing" was the to 9e v i G. S. Lowe as co-hostess.<<

'co-hostessea. topic of the mission program and I Preceding the meeting, the hostesses

The meeting was called to order I those taking part were, Mrs Ed- ''I served delicious refreshments

by the president, Mrs. Carl gar Saunderson, Mrs. 11. J. Mc- I : to ;he twelve members and

''Quattlebaura imembers who welcomed the Farland, Mrs. James Kitrell, Mrs. ka dC CIa / rir me visitor, Mrs. James: F. M eh.

:22 and guest speaker. 2.. .r .y u, q Joe Parrish and Mrs. Gene Coker. kels, president of the WSCS.

,Mrs. Hutchins read the club Mrs. Jake Mottayaw, circle Mrs. P. R. Entuninger, cochairman .

"prayer., in the absence of
chairman, presided over the business 4 presided
The secretary's report was ,session and reports were the chairman. The devotional was

,given by Mrs. D. 0. Oxley and given by the committee chairmen. I L si?.. r ( given by Mrs. B. F. Wool J. who

treasure's A letter was read from Mildred __ ___ also read, "The Recipe of a New

report. was an-i I House, the circle's adopted childin Year". The spiritual life was pre-
swered i Mrs. L L. Hall, using
by naming potted plants the Children's Home, thanking sented by

which were exchanged later on in them for the useful gifts sent to I as her subject, "Russians and

the program. I s .i e.lo her at Christmas. The circle vot tti Their Religion".
Committee reports were given. ed to send Mildred $100 per t Mrs. H. J. Bailey announced sht
i had received a card from "Care"
Mrs. Jack Hamrick
corresponding I month spending money and also
'secretary, told<< of the two plants I % increased their gift to Christian i f ,, acknowledging the receipt of the
which the club' R xwy I II check sent by the circle at Christ
were given recently Education, which helps young
and the hospital chairman, people who have recently dedicated mas. Tentative plans were made
Mrs. J. J. G. yr "or a chicken i pie supper; on February
Cooper reported their lives to Christian service j5
that the I I' 21st, to be sponsored by
hospital grounds and
I A Mission Study will be heldin I !! :
plants were only lightly touched ,I the church February 26, at 7:00 the circle, assisted by the. Edna
'avis Circle. "
by the recent freeze and that the p.m. ,Mrs. Joe Stikes of Jackson
Christmas Mrs. Hall gave a report on the
tree this
purchased ville will be and = '
the teacher the ? \\\
sale of stainless steel knives
year was packed carefully and book will be;entitled "The Chains
stored. A word of thanks was Mr, and Mrs- C. P. Rutishauser, Sr. Are, Strong." members voted to order another
given to her committee. supply of spatulas to be sold by

Mrs. Arthur Markham, chair- 'hlr. and Mrs. C. P. Rutishauser, hawser, worn with matching ear, Th name of the, missionaries the circle. Mrs. Michaels announced -
of Sr. celebrated their 40th wedding rings. 'on the prayer calendar were read I the general meeting of the
the Fair
man Nassau County
committee, read a letter from anniversary Saturday, January Mrs. Stevenson chose a dress and Mrs.' Hugh Stone, Jr. closed, IN A PUBLIC CEREMONY January 18, officers of Chapter. 55,, Order of Eastern WSCS will be held January 28th
19 at reception at the Woman's 'of powder blue taffeta overlaid with prayer, after which deliciousrefreshments Past Grand Matron. at 10:30 and luncheon will be
Mrs. H. H. Lucas, president in Star, were installed by Mrs. Frances Gray' of Jacksonville Beach,
Callahan, who stressed that the I Club. Hpsts for the occasion were' with matching lace, with sequined were served by the Taking office were, front row from left, W. E. Brinson and Mrs. Cleo Brinson, worthy i served by the Ella Hardee Circle.
their children, Mr., and Mrs. S. skirt., She wore blue sequined Clippers hostess, District officers will be guests at
cooperation from the Garden patron and worthy matron; Mrs. Doris Beard and James Beard, associate matron and
and white orchid this meeting and all members are
Mr. and Mrs. E. P, a corsage.
R. Stc\cnson,
Clubs' in Fernandina Beach made : Mrs. Fachko selected 'sheath associate patron. Others taking office, from, left, are, Mrs. Ruby King, organist; Mrs. urged to attend.
Fachko and Mr. and Mrs. C. P. a Clough HostessTo
the flower exhibit &\. the fair a Rutishauser, Jr. of led brocade satin. She wore' Flora Mitchell, treasurer; Mrs. Ann Midkiff, Electa; Mrs. Stella Sloan, Martha; Mrs. The February meeting of the

club success.in $10 was received by the at the door gold slippers and a white orchid Circle' No. 4 Of I Bobbie Walters, Esther; Mrs. Marjorie Sap i, Chaplain; Mrs. Martha Mitchell Ada; circle will be held in the home of
November for their ex' Guests were greeted
hibit at the fair. by Mrs. W. H, Russell. Mrs. A. corsage.A Presbyterian WomenCircle Mrs. Gretta Campbell, secretary; Mrs. Dorothy Joyce, conductress; Mrs. Yillia Mae Mrs. L. L Hall with Mri Carl

t, G. McArthur kept the guest book. handsome wrought iron I Smith, marshal; Mrs. Lorene Moore associate conductress; and Mrs Lillian Koen, Quattlebaum as co.hostew. .
In discussion ,
general '
was No. 4 of the Presbyterian.
screen entwined with ivy, showered warder. .
voted' to participate in the spring Ih the receiving line were Mr, .
with red camellias, formed Women of the Church' met on R "A' 1t: Mrs. Guest Hostess
flower show this season. Mrs.' and Mrs. Rutishauser and their the' background for the receiving Thursday, January 10, at the i Dorothy Mrs. Willa Mae Smith, mar.
Mrs. Cleo Brinson and Ed Brin tron and worthy patron. re.s:: ; .
Owens thanked the club for the daughters, Mrs. Stevenson and home of Mrs. L. C. Clough Nine I To Baptist Class:
line. Beautiful arrangements of son were installed as worthy matron Joyce presented Mrs. Sapp shaY; Mrs. Marjorie Sapp, chaplain
beautiful plant sent her, during Mrs. Fcchko. red and white carnations were members were present.An and worthy patron of Fer ,with a gift from her'officers and Mrs. Martha Mitchell, Adah; The Married Women's
here recent illness. I' Young
Mrs. Rutishauser greeted guestsin used the room. Beard Mr. 1Its./Eula Peacock, Ruth; Mrs.
throughout inspiring Bible entitled nandina Chapter, No. 55, Order of Mrs. Doris presented : Class of Five Points
:Mrs. J. H. White introduced the a becoming frock of ,rose lace, ThE: honorees' table was overlaid "The King Demonstrates i the Eastern Star, at a public installation Hollingsworth with a gift from Bobby Walters, Esther; Mrs. I Church held its monthly meeting Baptist

guest speaker, Mrs. Rauschert, organza and starched net. The with an imported cutwork his Power", was presented by Mrs. Friday night, January the officers. Stella Sloan, Martha; 'Mrs. Ann I Tuesday night, January 14, at the
lace bodice,. featuring a sweet clot and centered with ornaieanniversal' Robert ,Stover after which business Brinson installed Midkiff Electa Mrs. Lillian Keen, i
who gave an interesting and informative an 18, at the Masonic Temple. After Mrs. was, ; home of Mis. Gloria Guest.
heart neckline and short scalloped ] cake embossed ,in transacted. beautifully she was escorted to the East Warder; ,and John Koen, Sentinel I Ii
talk on, "Home Land The Chapter room was, A brief business meeting and
sleeves, extended from the fitted white, accented with red rosebuds. by her nephew, Lee Hewitt. ,Another i I
,. scaping." Mrs. Hamrick presented Items discussed were: Forthcoming decorated with red glads discussion was held, followed by
waistline into a scalloped peplum Three white wedding bells holding joint program, Women. of and greenery. nephew, Gerald Hewitt honored The past, matron's jewel was I the of refreshments.

the guest speaker with a camellia deepening into the back skirt. ,red rosebuds, nested' in white the Church\ and Men of the Church,I Mrs. Frances Gray, Jacksonville her with a beautiful solo. presented to Mrs. Sapp by Mrs. I Those serving present were, Mrs.. Diana
remembrance from the Lace.appliques were reimbroider- adomed the Balancing Brin Gre ta Campbell Mrs. Hollingy
plant as a lace, top tier. on '"World Missions" and Family James Beard presented Mrs. II Tyson, Mrs. Florence Carter, Mrs.
ed in sequins to the flared organza silver Beach, past grand matron of worth the patron's
dub the table were matching Night Supper; Plea for member. son with a beautiful' bouquet of presented past I Lucy Hickox, Mrs. Sue Thrasher
"Southern Charm" arrangements and net skirt, falling in soft candelabra entwined with ivy, ships! in Columbia Circle; Requestfor the grand chapter of Florida, was red carnations from her line of jewel to' Mr. Hollingsworth. Gifts I Mrs. Pearl Hull, Mrs. Claudia
folds from the' peplum. She wore Silver officer Mrs. Deborah escortedto from the matron's and past
I were made by each member and holding lighted tapers. appointments volunteers to roll bandages; installing ficers. Mr. Brinson was past Hickox, Mrs. Pat Townsend, Mrs.
matching rose ,slippers and a corsage the Stevens, Yulee grand Ruth, sister Miss patron's' club were presented to I
I voted upon, with 1st place goingto completed setting. Pktures\ from Christmas cards to past the East by his Paula Goodbread, Mrs. ....J/iflda
of American Beauty roses. M, Tillotson sister of marshal Mrs. Ada Mrs. and Mr. Hollingsworth
Mrs. R. installing ; Annette Brinson. Sapp
Mrs J. C. McJunkin, 2nd to, be sent' to missionaries for use in I Brazell and the hostess, Mrs.
Mrs. D, 0..Oxley, and 3rd to Mrs.L. Her necklace was a single strand Mr. Rutishauser, from Jacksiln- their' schools. Dyal, Jacksonville,' past grand organist Other officers installed for the by Mrs.: Simms and Mr. Beard. Gloria Guest '
of pearls, gift from Mr. Rutis- ville, cut the cik'e.. installing, chaplain; Mrs; ensuing year were; Mrs Doris An' impressive and beautiful .
B. Shank. The door
'prize, a The reports of the secretaryand .
the silver coffee King Fernandina James "Candlelight" courtesy was pre.sented
Presiding at Ruby installing Beard, associate matron;
potted plant donated'by Mrs. Me- the treasurer were read and
service were, Mrs. B. J. Sloan .and organist / Beard, associate patron; Mrs. by the new officers to Mrs.
Junkin, was Won by Mrs. L. K. !. Tarlton co-hostesses. approved. Recitation of the Mizpa1 Stork Club
Nolan. as << I Mrs. G. ,H. Waas, Sr. Pouring concluded the business meet- The officers of 1962 presenteda Gretta Campbell, secretary; Mrs. Brinson.
During. the social hour, the hostesses punch were, Mrs. J. C. Bennett, "Friendship" courtesy to Mrs. Flora Mitchell, treasurer; Mrs. :After the installation, delicious it- *

The February meeting will be served delicious refreshments Mrs. W. A. Davis, Mrs. J. R. ing.A Marjorie Sapp and Lonnie Hoi- Dorothy Joyce, conductress; Mrs. refreshments were enjoyed by the Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Loftonof:
at the home of Mrs. T. J, Corbett, after which the meetingwas social hour was enjoyed, at 1
'lrtrs.C. members and visitors.
and conduct.
Lynn, Mrs. T. R. Steger lingsworth, Outgoing worthy ma-, Lorene Moore, associate Tallahassee are receiving congrtit-
;; with Mrs. Lockwood and Mrs adjourned. which time ,the hostess served refreshments
B. Brewton. ''I.1 '. ulations on the birth of a son,
-- -- --- of homemade cake
Serving guests were Mrs; R. M. regular busin ss meeting.A Dandee Bivms, Sunday, January
I coffee,*nuts,"and.decorated mints. Mrs. Burns Hostess HD County Council
Gough Miss Margie Brewton. : I ,covered''dish luncheon will 20),. in Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.
Miss Susan Bailey, Miss Mary The" February meeting of the For January Meeting Meets I In fioulougne be served at noon and Mrs. Cora The little lad weighed 7

Ilan Theatre Anne Dickens and Miss Chris. circle will be held at the home of Johnson, County Council president IK, 9k ozs Mrs. Lofton is the

Hall Mts.!I R. G. Bailey. Myrtie Burgpss CircleThe The County Council of Home ,,urges everyone to share the former Miss Linda Graham,

.I During the evening, Thos. ,J, Myrtle Circle of Demonstration will meet at 10:30 hospitality and ideas presented. daughter of Mrs Jane Bibb. Paternal
; Phone 261-4849 D. W. Roberts, Mgr. Shave, Jr. entertained with a solo, Ella Hardee Circle Memorial Methodist Church met a.m. on January 25th at the Bou- grandparents are }lr. and

"0, Promise Me." He was accompanied -. Plans Luncheon at the home of Mrs. Paul Burns lougne Baptist Church for its Patronize. : Our Advertisers Mrs. Hoyt Lofton. :

at the piano by Mrs. Lewis last There thir- ,. .
Thursday. were
I Friday ,& Saturday Nolan.Approximately. For W.S.C.S.: Meeting'The .
I c two hyadred teen members and one guest, Mrs.J I
F. Michaels; present.
friends called during thl: appointed regular meeting of thEn
"PHANTOM OF THE OPERA"ALSO ; Mrs. R. E. Phinney, chairman,
<< hours* of eight a;1 id ten Hardee Circle of Memorial
\ o'clock. Methodist Church was held at the opened the meeting' with prayer.. .

t 1'I : } home of' Mrs. Frank C. Hawks, Mrs. D, G. Bowers gave the Spiritual .

'I Circle January 15th at ten o'clock. Life program entitled; "A I ..
1 Presbyterian Kind of Glory," also, a New .

I "PIRATES OF BLOOD RIVER"f Meets At ,Home Of Butler The opened chairman the, Mrs.meeting Gordon witha Year's Resolution by'a Methodistminister's .

wife, taken from the n
f I Mrs. B. L. Rauschert: prayer and Mrs. W. T. I Methodist Woman. .,

0 jewski presented the Mierze.j
\ I i I Circle No. 1 of First Presbyterian .Life program entitled, I The secretary's, report was read I .
Sun d. Church 'n tik.'the' home of i Happiness". I and approved. The treasurer's report IN THE NEW
> Mrs. B. L. Rauschert For the ,
on January Missionary Education, was given and pledges col- 4

lOih. Refreshments were servedto Mrs. Exteen Corbett gave an ex- lected by Mrs. W, L. Beugnet, Younger Set's Department
:, "THE INTERNES"WITH the members as they arrived. planation of the Peace Corp and who also gave a report on the

, Mrs. Rauschert,circle chairman, discussed its likeness to Missionary Christmas basket, delivered. Mrs. .,
opened the meeting with some work. The group received sev- Burns. reported the circle had At Ednarae's

j SUZY PARKER CLIFF ROBINSON "Spiritual Thoughts" for the :day, eral letters and expressions of furnished, an evening meal to the -

NICK ADAMS and welcomed the thirteen members appreciation from those who had Bythewood family during their
present. been remembered by the circleduring
recent bereavement. ,
i Mrs. Henry Allison gave a very the Christmas_ season._ The circle has been in' chargeof For "Baby Sister"i i ii GORT FROCKS FOR THE

inspiring Bible lesson, taken from Mrs. Ella: hardee, for whom the M. Y. F, suppers duringthe

the book of Matthew, entitled, ,the circle is named, thanked the month of January. Plans were .

FOR A LIMITED TIME "The "King Demonstrates His group for her Christmas present, made to prepare and serve a dinner % For "Little Sister LITHE MISSES
Power. a potted fern, and for her birth. to a local organization.The .
Mis. R. S. Adler gave an interesting day party and presents. Mrs. '
W. S. C. S. meeting will be : .t
9 Mos. to 14 Yrs.
report on "Christian Ac Mierzejewski reported that 565 I
held January 28, at 10:30 a.m.
tion" and "Our Unity in Christ". pounds of fruit, cake had been
with the Ella Hardee Circle
3Room A short business meeting was sold and expressed her appreciation as $2.98 $6.98
hostess for luncheon. The
:ed by Mrs. Rauschert, at which to all members who helped a program
will be presented by the
Allison how sell the cakes.
I time Mrs. mentioned .
District officers and all are
i :nuch "The Pioneers" enjoyed The circle agreed(! to purchase to attend. urged f For "Big Sister"
Group visuing shut-ins during Christ. yardage to make hospital gowns 'f
Mrs. W. T. Oliver missionary
for Brewster Hospital and to give

I, mas.The meeting was closed with $25 to the Week.of Prayer Fund. education chairman, gave a very

I the Mizpah benediction Plans were made for the W.S.C.S. interesting talk on the. Second

luncheon Monday January 28th Vatican Council.

$ 00 Couple Celebrate at which time the Ella Hardee The hostesses for'the next meeting f 4//f y

Circle will be hostess for a lunch. will be Mrs. W. L. Beugne
Rrst AnniversaryAt eon at no charge. and Mrs. T. L. Davis. 'See "The Silk '

The meeting adjourned with the Look"
Surprise Party
class benediction. Faithful'Workers .
25'O Mrs Glenn Kitchens was hon In'PeddiePusher
Meet In
ored with a surprise anniversary Eda Stertz Circle January '

party January 12th given by her Meets In With Mrs. EdwardsThere Sets \ (k. '
husband their home January
at on South Sizes 3 to 14 .
11th Street. were ,fourteen members .
With Mrs. \\i.
The affair was an oyster roast present at the regular monthly -' ( /

and hamburger fry combination, The Eda Stertz Circle of First meeting of the Faithful Workers Piques-Rayons- i.. '

Room-Bedroom-Dinette held on ,the lawn. The two tiered Baptist Church met at the homeof Sunday School Class when they I .
Complete Living cake was a replica of the couple's Mrs. Ethel Rutledge for its met at the home of Mrs. Hazel Drip-Dry Cottons ". -- J

wedding cake and read "HappjT January meeting. There were Edwards on January 15th. Border Prints t '
HERft' j j
I Anniversary", fourteen members present. Mrs. Dorothy Welters gave the .

$4.00 $' 00 Those helping the couple celebrate Mrs. E. J. Smith presided over devotional and prayer. It was Embroidered and > SPRINGWARDROBE W. V p '

were, Mr. and Mrs, George the meeting and various reports voted to give $5 to the Lottie ,

'" Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. J. *r. Carter were given on the community missions Moon Christmas offering. The AppliquedBroadcloth" ... ......

Week. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Boles, for the month. It was voted meeting was adjourned with NOW! -, .
Down Mr. and Mrs Leon Kitchens, Mr.zfad to replenish the church pantry prayer. .." ;.' .j \ \

... Mrs. Melvin Cook, and daughter with canned goods. During the social hour games, t' ...:; .. '

Alice Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mrs. Spainhour presented the and refreshments served by Mrs. -

I fhens Alsept,,Mrs Mr.,, and Ina Mrs Mae Henry Kitchens Kit which program was, "Christian taken from Witnessing Acts 10:3$, I i Edwards, were enjoyed by all SIn/1l/d 's fas/urn

( l Mather of Fernandina Mrs. Audrey Mullis, and Miss 22:14-15 !

I Juanita Kitchens. The February meeting will be i Enrollment at the University of "

Many gifts were presented the held at the home of Mrs. J. C. ''Florida is expected to reach the
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HD Club Uses"Ki'tchens" Episcopal Women Hew .. .. "A' University.:Florhis bctan": ,A newly acquired high sped
Solemnized '
II taWedding
For Plan Quarterly_ I High oe.s ;. ist studying the; leistfrely reproductive RW 300 digital computer at tie

f cycle: of the orchid. in the University of Florida \ul) nu .)
January Program Meet January 28 :Mr. and Mrs. John W Joyce of nandina Beach High School, Classof BY SHAftO
i GOUGH hope that its method of cell ditisio possible the only nndergMdut i
this city, announce the marriageof I 1961, and is presently employedat } I
:The Fernandina Beach Home The Quarterly meeting of the their daughter, Janice Loraine Afl the students at F.B.tf.S. The FJJ.14.S. Band is planninga $. and the development of systems laboratory in the lutic \

Demonstration Club held its first Women"of St. Peter's Episcopal Hewitt, to Terrance Eugene; Loh Florida Public UtiIit Co. this week have been frantically wonderful concert tomorrow differences letweeft .' individual The computer, valued at over u

meeting of the new year in the Church will be held Monday, Jan- man, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. i Mr. Lohman graduated from taking' exams, and some* of the night in the High School Audi shed these ll quarter of a million dollars 1a:\
Lounge of the Recreation Centeron uary 28th, at 8 p.m. at Whitney Lohman of Amelia City. i Fernandina Beach High School) .+ students are overjoyed torium. Tickets are on sale from I cells might light ,oa gift from the TRW Compute. ;

January 10th at 10 a.m. Hall The couple was united in marriage and is attending,Jacksonville. Uni :'' ":4 with the all band students at both schools, same problems in the growth of Company at Canoga. Park ('OL..-

.. .Due to the absence of the president The executive board members Saturday, January 12, at the versity. :1 results, while and the prices are 50e for stu-I cancer ,in humans. fornia.
Mrs. Carl Quattlebaum, Mrs.A. will be hostesses for the meeting.Personals home of Rev. E. H. Morgan #in The couple will make their '' dents and $1.00 for adults. The 0', .
W. Panke, vice-president, pre. Nahunta, Georgia. home at -223 South Fletcher Ave- ,::,;::J others are not concert will begin promptly 'at -- ..".. .I ->

sided over the meeting. The devotional I The bride is a graduate of Fer nue after February 1. ..,xt so happy. 1 am 8:00 p.m., so plan now to be'on I t .

was given by Mrs. J. B.h' ,'. ,u' l: t sure I can speak time to-hear. some beautiful music. ..:, : : -; '

wsome. The program for the > ,,,,....,.. :' Jfor all the students The Junior Class is sponsoring .
k :
Honor'At :::.:,:w &
month was" "Kitchens Are Tin.1ortant Mr. and Mrs. H. J. McFarlandhad UDC To Award Cross Of '.. ::: t'fti S":, ';' in sayingthat a dance this Saturday night after I .

as their guest last weekend, :.i.: "' we are happy the Hilliard Game in our own .
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After the meeting, the members Mrs. Harry Smith of Jacksonville. the exams are gym. The admission fee will be
a meeting of' the Amelia wishes to the for "
and I chapter a successful .. '
guest, Mrs. M. W. Edwardsof over!
Barry Rowland is spending the Chapter, United Daughters of the r' year and Mrs. Fishier announced 50c stag or drag and a good turn TREMENDOUS SELECTION
Jacksonville, enjoyed refreshments semester break with his mother held The Pirates have been busy out is expected, so everyone join ., t:
: Confederacy, January 16th, that the chapter had :
Mrs. R.served by the hostesses, Mrs. Dupont Rowland. Barry is a decision was reached to locate a made, the honor roll, playing Basketball games, and in on'the fair and support the juniors : JOF; RECORD NW '.y-
C. !
Harvey Mrs. A.V.. :
Panke. student at Chipola Junior College. descendant of a Confederate vet. Mrs. W. H. Seibert was appointed the cheerleaders have been just !! I : *<: : ,
The next meeting will be held Mrs. Sadie Sheffield left Wednesday eran to whom a cross of honor recorder of crosses' for the as busy supporting them The Pi- The seniors are planning their :, : AT' nCHUCK'S ,.;'
by plane for Mobile, Ala. :will be awarded. Mrs. W H. Sei- annual senior trip. This year is c -. .' .l< '.
the second Thursday of February, chapter.The rates lost to P: K. Yonge last TV/
to attend the wedding of her bert and Mrs. B. J, Sloan will be sure passing fast, and before ;. ; ,
with the program", being, "Bed grandson, Dewitt Thompson Wea asked. to locate the qualified per. president gave an inter- week, but won ,the Orange Park I everyone ',realizes -it, graduationtime ,'604 ASH STREET <
to ;
rooms Cherish. g
.. ver, Jr., to Miss Sherilyn Louise esting account of the recent general game 68-34. They also defeated will be here and another ,

.. Busbee, at St Joseph Chapel of son.The meeting was held in the U.D.C. convention which was Sante Fe in their home gym Sat- year gone by. ,-' t;

Mrs. Winans Elected Spring Hill College on Saturday home of Mrs. J. J. G. Cooper, with held in Richmond and showed urday night, with a score of 39- See you next week! .. '". ,- ,
35. We
I President Coin Club morning. She will remain in Mo Mrs. Cecil B. Brewton "and Mrs. pictures of the ''Florida delegation.Mrs. I Ralph Bennett are happy to the to team welcome, and .I, '
bile for visit with her son-in
a E. P Wilson, Jr. serving
as eo- ,
Norman Richard of Jacksonville as it looks the that '
now, Pirates are onseience is something "
The Buccaneer Coin Club met law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. hostesses with Mrs. Coopejr. ,
January 14 at the Recreation Dewitt Weaver, Sr. and Miss Marie Cone!, both ,I in line for many, more victories makes a kid tell his mother before- '.. '
A which was offered by in :
the -
-, :Center for its regular meetingand Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Fishier hadu'thej'r the president prayer general at one of charter members 'Of.the Amelia I I future.. J his sister does.? ,---"-"-.;.... '. '

.election of officers. guests last weekend, Mrs. the sessions of the recent general Island Chapter; attended' the<<, con .
Mrs. Cora Winans was elected Eunice Copeland and Mrs. Har convention in Richmond, was read vention with }Irs.,Fishier. '

president, replacing Paul Ulsh, riett Lux of Birmingham, Alabama by Mrs. J. C. Bennett; Jr.
H.D.. Lohman, reelected vice. .
president, Ed Mahoney Jimmy McFarland will return The pledge to the. American An Atomic -Energy Commission I
treasurer. Mr. Ulsh,'will secretaryand serve Sunday to Chipola Junior College flag and the salute to ,the Confederate depository library 'on the University "GOOD THING WE SAW THESE

on the board of directors. after spending the semester break flag were given. of Florida campus, is one of I .
To promote better attendance, with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Minutes were read by the sec two located in the state, and con. I ..

the. .club will present a proof set J. McFarland. retary, after which the treasur- tains over 51,000 authoritative :
of coins to the member attending Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Loptien of er's report was.given 6y Mrs. W. documents from the AEC. The library -
the most meetings in a six month Ashland, Kentucky, visited last F. Miller. serves Florida industry and I BARGAINS IN THE
period. An auction is planned for weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mrs. H. W. Fishier, president, University personnel working in ADVERTISED
the next club meeting. Loptien. read a letter from the new presi- the fields of medicine, agriculture,
and dent general, Mrs. Wilson L engineering and physical sciences
Mrs. H. D. Hughes of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Sharp
two grandsons of Jacksonville, Baker. Mrs. Baker extended good and the biological sciences.
was a guest for the evening.
were guests last Sunday of Mrs. "

Miss Oliver NamedTo Lee Morgan and family. attended the Southeastern China Math major at Appalachian State I NEWS-LEADER THIS WEEK!

Paul Hanson, student at Chipola and Gift Show in Atlanta last Teachers College in Boone, N. C.,

Dean's List At Junior College, is visiting! with weekend.Mr. is among the 150 members who I ,

of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul and Mrs. William F. Kelly are active in the Baptist Student ,..
University GeorgiaMiss Hanson, during the mid-term va of Atlanta, Ga. spent the week- Union at the First Baptist Churchin
cation. end here with Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Boone, according to Barron .
Mary Ann Oliver, sopho
Pikula. Lee B. S. U. President Miss -
more in the School of Arts and Bill Scott and Mrs. J. C. Me- .
Sciences at the University of Junkin were in Daytona Beach on Jack Barniak and Mike Pikula, Cooner is the daughter of Mr. and ., ", .
Georgia, has been named to the January 11 to attend the funeralof Jr. spent the weekend at Camp Mrs. Norwood C. Cooner of Y lee. I .r 'J-.

Dean's List for the last quarter. Mrs. Ada Sessions, the form- Echockotee where they attendedthe Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Lofton : :

t The daughter of, Mr. and Mrs. er's grandmother.. Order of the Arrow Winter spent last weekend in Tallahassee '; :

Tom Oliver of Amelia City, she Mrs. Joe King of Asheville, N. Fellowship Meeting. I with their son and daughter- -,.,..>..:
U a graduate of the Class of 1961 C. arrived Tuesday for a week's Friends of Louis N. Johnson- in-law, Mr and Mrs.' Harvey Loft ,
Fernandina .Beach High School. visit with Mrs. J. J. G. Cooperat Sr. will be glad to know he returned -I ton, who are proud parents of a ,: ....

her home on South Fletcher home Tuesday, following son born Sunday morning at Tal] ", "...,

...=- CARD OF THANKS Ave. eye surgery at Baptist Memorial lahassee Memorial Hospital. The : ,'<,."' ,i.', ..
Ww Mrs Lee Morgan left by plane Hospital in Jacksonville little lad has been named Dandee \ .....
May we take this opportunity today for 'a week's visit in Mexico Mrs. L. N. Johnson spent 1 last : Bivins.
t9 thank our friends and neigh City week in Jacksonville with Mr. and I -qc : t

bors for their kind deeds and Jimmy Fox arrived today to Mrs. C. C. Zetterower. "If the world' is getting smaller ;

comforting expressions of sym spend mid-term vacation with his Friends of Mrs. Beatrice Min- why do they keep raising post. *, ,iaf i\
pathy., parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fox. shew will be glad to know she is al rates?" Willian L. Kinney' r 4
+ They are deeply appreciatedand Jimmy is a student at. Chipola home after several weeks in a Bennettsjille .(S. C..) Herald-Adt )
.. will always be gratefully re- Junior College. Jacksonville hospital. vocate t.. 1- : '
membered. Miss Patty Clark, student at J. D. Daugherty returned Sun- "
(signed) Mrs. W. J. Gaines, Valdosta State Teachers' College, day from a week's visit with his

\ : Hinton! and Wanda Gaines. spent the weekend with her parents father, Matt Daugherty, in KU- Dozier & Gay

: Barbara and Cecil Gaines. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Clark. gore, Texas. Dan also visited in \\\ t : ,
:- Stuart Davis spent the weekend El Paso, Texas, and Tulsa, Okla. : 11 ctt( \ --.
"Heavy water", valued at $224- with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. on his trip. .Iitdustrial'I -' -
; 000, has been furnished the University Stuart Davis. Stuart is a student Miss Marcia Towascna, st'ident I t

-. of Florida by the Atomic at Valdosta State Teachers Col- at Georgia Southern' College "
-..-. Energy Commission for a researcl : spent the weekend with her par i iS\tt'4\ :

: :: program designed to ultimately ege.Terry Baughman is visiting for ents, AIr; and Mrs. R. E. T wn-I I ..
reduce electrical ,power costs in i few days with his parents, Mr. send. Miss Townsend brought as $3.85 Gal

t _w.,. Florida by one-half. Heavy watei, rfid Mrs. H. L. Baughman. Terry's her guests, Miss Carol Margaret I t7.c' ii ia'e" .
t, is a non-radioactive type of water 'vacation" i is due to the semester Ward, Johnny Lawson and Jim. E-Z PIC I ,. :4
:: in which hydrogen, one of its ele reak at Chipola Junior College my Brantley, classmates at Georgia I ii 'i

-.. mental components, is replaced by where he is a student. Southern.. 14TH&' BEECH f .. J*
:' a heavier element, deuterium. Mr. and Mrs Lloyd E. Wolters Miss Sharon Lillian Cooner, I

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I March Dimes Makes Gains in Birth Defects Arthritis The !"Wews-Leacfer Is '

.:::: People say everyone talks about the weather but no \ .

:_ one doe anything about it. i Watt! We Still Have Fight on Our. Hands" I .-

: Until just recently, a similar observation could have ;

been made about birth defects. Not only had; no one

,I -::: done anything much about the problem but, in truth, "

I people have always been reluctant -&__ you1'SHOPPING I

-- or afraid even to trained manpower, equipmentand r f a .
c J :: talk about the subject. time-and, of course, the tEFECTS '-.
substantial funds'that these de
: The tragedy of this affliction mand.
-- has beset mankind since the
-- dawn of recorded history. Yet Research into the physical
.-- no organized attack on birth calamities that birth defects
defects was launched until represent costs stupendoussums. tTres.
_.; 1958 when The National Foundation The cause of a type of l '
-March of Dimes entered disaster that has bewildered
C -'.- this medical area. mankind for uncounted centuries .. 4 '.
is unlikely to be explained rsy.g
The reason for this historic GUIDE I ;
overnight at bargainsale -
was that birth defects prices or its prevention ; ,
constitute the world's greatest quickly found.In .
prob.lem } ; -
I the areas of birth defects,
today. Meeting problem arthritis and virus diseases, .
: moreover, entailed fund -;
i \\I ; scientists supported by the ;J
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raising on the same multirail- March of Dimes
weje responsible In the of
I lion scale as was required by for important research : LtiOtt newspapers news better ard.
the long costly but successful ,
advances during 1961 For example /
_. fight zation of the same health organi in birth defects: PUetic products and services is as important There's much significance in this
against polio. Certain white blood cells in 1 ,

i _. The Marks March: 25th of Dimes Tear now the the mother infant's were blood found stream to enter before N to today's modern family as that of '. ,:' <. for i local advertisers. For only in the

::,, marking its 25th anniversary, birth. The possibility ex tr
_. last year appropriated more ists that such cells may harm PppRi current events or features concerning newspaper can people of all and
than $4,000,000 for research in the baby later in life. This was age
birth defects, arthritis an reported by Drs. William P.
.. other baffling: disease which is Creger and Rejendra C. Desaiof home and family, food and fashion, income groups find the information
; the nation's No. 1 crippler Stanford University.
= and on certain aspects of polio Nucleic Acid and Protein .w hobbies and health. i J. '- ', ,:, ; and '
/ 1rV V b inspirajion so necessary for good
_" and other virus diseases. On Belief that the hereditary : : _
.- birth defects research alone material called nucleic acid << ,r. ''
.- the March of Dimes approved carries the blueprint for the For newspapers are the medium by citizenship. and for the enjoyment of
grants totalling $1,200,000,with production of protein was considerably ,-

_=?: about marked another for regional$800,000 treatment ear is the strengthened.basic stuff of living(Protein which most people shop. No other ',, a better way, of life. ,

centers. Directly financed by 1tJ .
material) This was reported
March of Dimes chapters these medium supplies the variety and de- #: And because their
I by Dr. Norton Zinder of the R. If. Palmer in the Springfield (If a.) Leader & Prea. ,. newspapers gain
"grass roots" centers today Rockefeller Institute. 4 '
number 31 and are located Experiments with pregnant ered by Dr. Robert A. Good at closely to connective tissUe'c- tail of advertising by which one '"\, :; friendship and regular readership
= across the nation. guinea pigs established that the University of Minnesota diseases in man, such as may ,
\r-' The need of funds for these certain hormoneS (such as that the mysterious thymus arthritis.In .
March of Dimes-financed treatment hydrocortisone) can provoke gland situated behind the virus diseases: L\\f compare prices and benefits andnewspaper. advertisers are provided
"' centers particularly in birth defects in offspring. This breastbone, is responsible for Studies of a tumor-causing :
t = the area of birth defects, is was demonstrated by Dr. Richard the functioning of the body's virus disclosed how it changes choose the comforts and convenienthe medium
w urgent In the 50 states the full M. Hoar of the Universityof immunity defense mechanism. normal cells in tissue culture, ,.. ,most-productive of com-
1 extent of the problem was not Cincinnati. Abnormal working of the immunity to cancer cells. This significant :
.-. appreciated until March of Further evidence on hormones -mechanism is believed finding was reported by Dr. A ces that make for a full living I stand iritiniication with customers.
( Dimes medical advisers reported obtained by dipping involved in rheumatoid arthritis Renato Dulbecco of California 13 i4; f ,.r. .
: that about 250,000 in. unhatched eggs in a hormone Institute of Technology.; X.M i i "'.? .-
I. ants were born yearly in this solution led Dr. Gregory Pin- The discovery that there Is The ultimate significance of ?4 *
country with significant birth cus of the Worchester Foundation a similar groin plan of chem these and numerous other i
defects-almost 700 a day, or for Experimental Biology icals in the connective tissue of March of Dimes-financed research I
one every other minute. to conclude that the many animals ranging from studies may not be fully I Fernandina Beach News-Leader
= Birth defect cause at least problem of what causes some the horseshoe crab to man was apparent now. But these find ,.J
t I 21.000 deaths each year. The infants to be born with mixedup reported during the year by ings are valuable clues to future '
chief requirements in the sex characteristics may bea Dr.Albert Dorfman and his as- progress.*If no one does
1 battle to save these lives in matter of hormones rather sociates at the University ol anything about the weather, at
== the future and to lessen the than heredity alone.In Chicago. This means that research least something important is I PHONES} 261-3616 261-3697
I ...: : damages that birth defects as arthritis: in the connective tissueof being done today about diseases I :
ll( I. 'well as arthritis inflict are Key evidence was un ov- animal can be related that cripple children.. '_... -", .. r

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I want, and-get them planted now. Pyh..Isaac wi9i,1( ; ; exception, of Indian and Siamese
/ Stock is one, of our loveliest and 7un/or( t Herd
Highlights Ie.b. f fejngles. The sjqjie attjeption 13Qia.montlj
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useful I In STRAC
!i TheGarden most hardy annuals which ExercrseAt th a cPr Affifan male
stands cold weather beautifully Ft. St Wgrt, Ga, BY JANICE, SWEATTHi Provides Thrill performing with any eatus.
/ iVe invested in a few stoci: plants r. ;
a ": Tickets fw all 9 performances
before the cold snap of Decemberand AHTXC This week has really been Carpenter's Janie '
ii FORT HOOD, TEX. ( ) I room Parker
I of $iDghng Bros and %mum
w Basket these are now full of buds. ,- Army PFC Isaac M. Wise J,r.. ,, filled with many I lof Mrs. Pozega's room, Mark For "Big Show"Big Bailey Circus are available at the
= We also have younger stock 23, :Son of Mrs. Cynthia M Wise t'; y xciting things. Bean"of Mr. PiechocinsU's room; ... Jacksonville Auditor.
ii BY JANE. SCOFIELD I plants coming on. Keep them Route 1, Yulee, recently returned, The Junior ; Lee Key of Mr. Holhngsvorth's, within ium, Hemming Park and, out of
I growing with a little top dressingof to Fort Hood, Tex., with other 1 1f f r): "..z<:: High Band : on-i room the two patrol captains, ,: attractions That best a biggerattfactiolk town ticket offices, prices at $1.50$150 -
AVhat of our hardy annuals this ng conditions and the weather > a good fertilizer, lightly f members of the 1st Armored Division .I II f. ':* cert, under the 1 i Barbara Vaughn and Harry Mills, that describesthe ( and 350. Evening perf9nnancw -
5 elephants' perform with
scratched in, at two weeks inter- i ">RA direction of Mr. and the Future Teacher's of America
after in
r participating a .1 I
of here becomes too hot for good I t are se.hedu\ed\ for Wednesday -
yar disastrous cold weather the :Singling Broi, and Baruunv
vals. We also have fall planted Jonathan Hilt, ', president,. Kathy Allison.
I Strategic Army Corps STRAC( ) .1 -
performance after the middle of r Thursday and Friday
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and seemingly more to come! In lupines which look good. Our early I exercise at Fort Stewart, Ga., : started the week I Their goal is to improve the atmosphere I Bailey Circus coming\ toi the\ .
Ma] On the whole we do better nights at 8:00 P.M. and Saturday,
Jacksonville Coliseum from
i l'off I \Ve4nesday -
addition to the very hardy items, planted petunias were damagedby :during the Cuban Crisis. with a real 1 ; of the school They collect
with them when t 2 8:45
we plant February at
T\e in this section have been able earlyin the cold but many of them are I During the exercise President. : s bang! The band, I suggestions from the other January\ SO, tbrpdgh Sun ;
spite of the cold. This shouldbe
to revel in.growing the half-hardy green again. Snapdragons like '. John F. Kennedy the dim before a f u 1 1 members of the student body, then day, February 3. Matinee performances will be
flowers However, our climate a year when cool weather cool weather. We have some re- praised House, performed i at a meeting of the advisory .I Elephants are a synonym of the held Friday, February 1 at 3i0P.LII. :;
with far into vision ,at an inspection at Fort I
stays us April, for .1' I' 2 and
circus and these huge beasts always ; Saturday February
limits us to a very tight schedule. cently set which we tucked moss Stewart for its high state of I Ii -- beautifully council, advise Mr. Fixer what the >
faster is late this
Most of them require cool grow- fairly year, around before this week's low readiness. : Thursday night, Their program I students have suggested.. Some of receive more attention than Sunday February 3, at 1:06 PM.
April 14. The earliness or lateness I temperature just in case they i was composed of Banners Aloft these cannot be .done for various any of the other features of The, and 5:00 P.M.Children .
I of our spring being determined by would succumb to the cold be- Wise, a driver in Battery C of March by Gregory ,Martin, Ceremonial I. reasons, but others can, such as Greatest Show on_ Earth. When it .( admitted for half
the date of Easter is a fact we cause of recently disturbed roots the division's 73rd Artillery.entered March by Philip Gordon I sauce being served in individual comes right down to analysis, it price at the 5:00 PM.: matinees).
y have stressed in this column each 1 in planting With the rising temperature the Army in November'1961 (cornet; solo by Celeste Hardee), I bowls on the lunch room tables. is very difficult to overlook an
A year. With the cold setback i ip however, we were careful and received basic training-- at Side by Side, an old favorite by Another suggestion i is that when elephant and It is just about i impossible "Quite a lot of i&4tf$8tion is
: well-planned December, it is well to have the to! immediately remove the Fort Gordon, Ga. )Parry Woods, Melody of Love: it gets warmer, the school is going to overlook an entire herd .caused by people having to eat
prolonged'eool growing season moss. He attended Yulee High. School.i (saxophone solo by Bunny Puletti I to try selling ice cream as a .of probosidians with their ajnaz- their words." ..
that afford.; the late Easter date should' Bells of Ireland are always and, clarinet solo by Kathy Allison snack for the students. ,If it is ing array of tricks. "

LOANCosts lovely in arrangements, a spike SI:. C. M. Monson )' by H. Englemann, The Trumpet found that the students use their While elephants may appear to
It is too late for planting seed Jets (trio composed of Celeste lunch money for ice cream or be clumsy, they have the abilityto
of nearly all of the hardy and flower ;jn a luscious ,yellow-green In. Germany On I Hardee, Janice Sweatt and Bruce have been throwing their trashon perform many feats that are SPECIAL!

Less semi-hardy annuals if we are to hat blends well with so many Exercise! Sabre Knot : Byrd) by' Mark Winter, Jubileeby : the grounds, it will be stopped.As beyond the realm of other animals
have best results. However, if one flpwers. This fall we let the time Leroy Jackson, Andante and a note from' me to you, in try. including humans. f
than has seed on hand by all means slip by without planting seed,,.but u.os.. FORCES, GERMANY Allegretto by John, Blow, Here ing to keep our school well kept The capacity of an elephant JOHNSON'S
\ 4 youthink plant it immediately, for such .were lucky to find l plants\ the! ((AHTNC) Army Sgt. CharlesM. Comes the Show Boat by B. Ross, and extras provided for us, too, continues to be a. source of won*
: seed rarely keeps from one year other day, but in bundles..Bells ,of: Monson, of Yulee, recently including a wonderful show boat I stop anyone from abusing the derment even for'old circus hands.
.. to another and one may as wen Ireland' are notoriously hard to participated' with other members whistle solo by: Ginger Jones} an grounds or school equipment.Even I Each grown animal eats approximately FLOOR POLISHER
pt the 8th Infantry Division in American Folk. Suite, (a collection if the person U your best '
transplant because
gamble on planting it now. Thereare of their long : a bale of hay each day, as
exceptions of course, for there tap ,roots, but we couldn't: resist. Exercise SABRE KNOT in Ger ot'three songs with one solo\ ,I friend, tell him to clean up the I well as about ,25 pounds of grain, ,
,- arc items 'which germinate quickly trying some. The .p.ants'equire. many. in each. First solo was by Celeste mess he made because it's for his 25 gallons of water, plenty of pure $37.50
and come into bloom within a lot of space in the garden if The week-long field training Hardee, second by Bunny Puletti i own good too. dirt and all the peanuts that_ can
I two or three months. Alyssum is well grown, so we chose about maneuver, designed to test winter and third by Kathy Allison, written I Exams started Tuesday and be begged; from the kiddies. r
t. in'this class, also the California ten spots! where they could 't. encroach combat readiness, involved ap-. by Peter Williams.. For the\ 'didn't have a royal welcome from i Veteran trainer, Hugo Schmittbaa At
poppy. Other poppies require on other plants, and set proximately 30,000 troops. f grand finale; the band chose to I any9ne. I hop everyone, -did their i spent\ many years and thou-
about three weeks to germinate about three or four plants ip Sergeant Monson is assigned as play a march called "Second Con- best and passed.See 1 s nds of hours in training them i
but bloom in less than three these small areas, with the idea squad, leader in Company; A of the neticut March" by D, W. Reeves. you' next week. todonic creatures, using his
When you borrow I months. Nasturtiums should be that we -would get a percentageof division's 504th Infantry in Mainz, Thanks for a wonderful 'program, i"elephant talk," a mixture of HARDiEBRQS.ATMNTjC .
J from G.A.C, the planted in early February and one living plant for each area. Germany. .' and to those_ who were present, I "Disc siol\ is an exchange of I English and German to get; his AVENUE
bloom in less than three monthsbut With daily watering and also pro Monson entered the Army in we thank you for your contribu: knowledge.: Argument j s an exchange ,commands across.,The huge Ring-
entire transaction Is fold up with' the onset of hot tection from the ,cold with moss September 1957.. He is a 1956 tions. I of ignorance. i ling herd is composed, with one
geared to your pock. weather. Both nemophila (Baby. they are still green after a week, graduate of Andrew Jackson High The faculty and a few membersof
etbookAmountsanddates Blue-Eyes) and linaria are color but we are keping' ,our fingers. School and attended Jacksonville the student body have organized .. '. '- ..; I
ful border plants which bloom crossed. University. advisory council
of payments an consist ll'Pete'
I quickly from seed. Arcotis (both In shopping for plants look for ing of the eight homeroom presidents C. B, BEST WISHESTO I '
art arranged to suit the blue-eyed daisy and mu1t1- some of the out of ordinary flow Jr.-High I Elementary from the seventh and eighth ,
you ) ers. They are hard to find but
satisfactory grade rooms. They are, Paula INGRAM"
they certainly add variety to one's LUNCHROOM MENUS Kornau of Mrs. Wortman's room, '
"' germinate quickly and bloom in. garden and make conversation JAN. 28-FEB. 1
Diane Bean of Mr..Powell's room,
late May and on into the summer. plecvV- At present we are waiting Bulba Williams of Mr. Tyson'sroom FOR
If tfye plants are kept well pruned ft,"small seedlings of clarkia Monday: Spaghetti wgroundbeef
Wesley Poole of Mr. John Life Insurance
LOANS UP TO $600 they last for at least two year to grow into banded plants! and a'nd tomato sauce, green \
son's room, 'Tony Bruce of Miss HOMEWIRED
salad, rolls and butter, apple Retirement Income,
All of the above are items whose be offered for sale at a Jackson
G.A.C..FINANCE- seed should be planted where. ville nursery. Clarkia holds up cobbler w/cheese wedges, and '#'. Health &; Accident

they are to bloom. We probablyhave well through June, and is a very pint milk, ken, mashed potatoes C wbrown HospitalizationMajof ,
overlooked some but usually graceful and colorful spike flowerfor \ Tuesday; Hot dogs / buns, gravy, stuffed celery wpeanut BY
( instructions on seed packages give arrangements, usually in rose, ranch style beans, cole slaw, fruit butter, English peas, rolls and ,Medical ,.
CORPORATION. information as to germination salmon, and: whrfc cup!, spiced! i cake, and % pint milk, butter, pineappple chunks, and Va Disability. I Morrjhjy! Income
time and blooming time. Wednesday; Browned pork milk.Friday .
pint Nassau
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Feriundina\ Beach Florida For other loved spring annuals A University ,Florida scientist .. and gravy oven steamed rice, : Tunafish salad, tur- L L.BQHANNQN
Telephone 261.3681 plants are now on the market in at the J, )tfiliis' Miller Health tomato wedges, green bean, rolls nip greens w/roots, hash brown
,ALSO FIVE MflClS IN 1icKsosvluA banded form, and in some instances Center is conducting research and butter, pumpkin pie, and %,1 potatoes, ,rolls and butter, strawberry INSURANCE, 31 South 4th Ph. 261-3888
the less expensive bunches: which maylle d&.': ah effective pint 'milk, jello w/ fruit, and k pint. Phone 261-5269

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road running through South Geor. the limper the l line,,the less inclined

March of Dimes Scientists Find ,.,t J;,
there is room or not. Express lines the spool and give backlashes.On .

'. : >; : S fey Rep. D. Ik, (Billy)' Matthews have been abolished, and no pack- TED KESTING the first cast, this line soaks

Armadillo Helpful : ages can be sent with safety to I full of water, like a'sponge. And
Twin/ Study RULES COMMITTEE yUle will be from 10:00 ajn.to. Savannah from Tallahassee or any Many beginners at angling : urface tension of all this water

2:00 i.rn. on weekdays, and the other place in Florida. The government and, indeed, many who have fishI I. makes it cling to the spool beautifully .
An oddball research animal that looks like a cross iJ:. the The 88th first of considered business that telephone number is Franklin should certainly have ed long enough to know better I on a cast, so that it is not
between an anteater and, an 'armored 'tan'k' ,is causing Zi.1l J1h. Congress of House 6-4215. preference in using transportation confuse what's best for spincastor inclined to leap up in coils and
identical scientists to wonder if "j nUcal'P! humarf,,twins are so jl ,,)'ffi: '.. Committee, membership oh Rules. During the Washington_ office will be facilities," but the paper sees no spinning tackle with what's yet 'till peel off with no drag

I after all j ______ staffed by Don Ladd of San Ma- reason why "private individuals best for casting tackle. Though during the cast. And the fact thata
] lt"f' eJJ'yeal' I have been in Con.
,... \ $
The nine-banded armadillo, which is a. native of .;. j.\ :"-it: .., the, membership of the tea, Administrative Assistant; should not receive the benefit of braided line is useable on a spin- very little use makes this line

-Texas and points south, has several h11d-bearing 'characteristics ,' ''. 'tit ::* gress Rules Committee has been 12, un: Miss. Bobbie Hood of Gainesville, the road also." Because of increased cast or spinning reel, monofila. flat, ribbon-shaped, gives all the

I ....::. that are similar .to th se of, humans. t .;'! "-"-,,. til two years ago, when 'Speaker my. Personal Secretary; Tom Laddof transportation costs salt, I ment is far better, in all! ways. more wet surface tq cling to that
-For this reason, Dr. Kurt Rayburn recommended that for a San Mateo, Staff Assistant; pork, corn, beef, syrup, and other But those less-expert anglers I below and makes it cast still more
Benirschke and colleagues at two-year period the membershipbe and Mrs. Mercedes Milton of Mac. Florida commodities are sellingat have also been brain-bashed into ideally. "
Dartmouth Medical College, lenny and :Miss,Katherine 'Knadle higher prices on the Georgia that monofilament is also
thinking far is known
Hanover N. H. increased to 15., 1 voted to keep At pTesenJ, as as ,
t ,jnaaillos, for studies. are using of preg ar- the membership at 12 two 'years of Gainesville, Secretaries. My I. markets than would be otherwise best with a casting reel. It isn't; 'only two companies put out soft-

nancy and birth defects under : ago' for the, reason that if the Washington'office address is 1320 necessary. it's worst braid untreated casting line. However -

a' National Foundation-March Rules Committee refused to cooperate ,I Longworth (New House) Office The Florida Sentinel examinesthe What's best is a soft-braid, i here's .a trade secret. Most

of Dimes research grant. with the leadership, there | Building, and the telephone number problems caused by the increasing coreless, non-waterproofed line, squidding line, which you can buy

,length It takes of about the same were several methods _by which'II is Capitol 4-3121, Extension amount of Confederate partly because there doesn't seem '! easily if youVe near the coast, is
: time-nine months- desire
30 & If to receive this
for baby armadillos or baby I the majority could work its will :i you currency that is circulating.: It to be even a remote possibility of practically the same thing, except

humans to develop in the I One method, for example, is by Newsletter! please drop us a note. says that it is not ."the want of making a line of any other type that it usually has a mild water

.womb. And jn both species, the means of the Discharge Petition I S confidence in our government thatis that will be nearly as limp and proofing that soon wears off with
Placentas are structurally sim. impairing the value of its notes
where a simple majority of the FLORIDA
ilar.But and obligations, but it is their use.Why
a quirk of nature has: House can bypass the Rules Com I squidders should have
made this odd mammal : mittee and bring multplication beyond the wantsof Tallahassee, a public address is .
eyen a message up made for them and be taught by
more useful for medical re : for consideration. I have seen a 1 100 Years Ago the country." The paper says being delivered "for the benefit I II ,
search. It always has a litterof L :_ bill passed by this method in two that the problem can only be solv. I of the poor" "The subject," according 'I line companies to use the type of

four.come The from four the baby armadillos days time. Although the Dis. January 19 Judge William ed "by borrowing or by taxation, to the local paper, will be I line that casts best by miles, while
same '
and are therefore always egg of charge Petition may not be the Marvin at Key West has today or by both* together." It then I appropriate to the occasion! and users of casting tackle are misledn

the same sex. most desirable way to consider ordered the schooner Mont Blanc wonders whether the country .is I will be an interesting moral treat I', the matter, is too deep to fath

What has this to do with legislation, I still believe that it and cargo restored to her owners. prepared for a direct tax and 1- but as it will be her first effort I om.

human twins? makes ,possible. ,the appropriate'; The, Moat Blanc was' captured whether the people will submit lo I she will appear in cog asI l Next in order, says Jason Ideas,

For years that, scientists identical have twins-believed check on the Rules Committee' December 25, 1862, by the U. .S-; it. "In short, can Florida pay a I Miss Nora Marshall, in suitable .: Angling Editor,' Sports Afield

those who develop through division without making: i ii necessary to I S. Octorara oft the Florida Coast- tax .of $1,500,0000 to the Confederate i costume. It is hoped that a large Magazine: but considerably infer

of the same egg-are increase! its s1z e." This was. my: near Bah na Cays. government? We think not, Dumber of ladiecs and gentlemenwill : ior,' is the stiff, wiry, waterproofed

exactly alike down to the very position .two 'years, ago, and nothing -. '. Can she pay $1,000,000Not will- be present and it is expectedthat I stuff almost invariably sold as
last gene.They've assumed thatit has, happened: since to convince : January 20 H. B. Fitts announces ingly. Can she pay $500,000? We the young gentlemen of the I. casting line. When it is new, it is
was this genetic similarity Or, Kurr'Btnlmhh i ; March"of Dimes grantee at Dartmouth,'Medical hi the, local paper that be will amateur band I
that ,me, o eiwlse. Therefore .I think so; and upon the whole, we city get up an maddening to1 the expert angler,
permits successful
Co1I.g' Hgnom N. studies is continuing his blacksmith shop
H., the
f' Grange-looking armadillo. i think that well of music for the'occasion to as-
plants of skin or of organs saw no' reason, if I am to remain Tallahassee.. He to Congress may as who, of course, will {not want to
between identical twins.If wd blood elements.. Whiles stances? Could such reaction consistent, to change my vote this fn' work with neatness promises and meet the. issue at once and pi/;! on sist the young lady in her public I I make his casts short and tiring

this theory were wholly rb differences are 'minute, lead to spontaneous abortion year. I,voted to:keep the membership. "turn out" Particular the tax. If the people are afraid spirited and novel enterprise." by, using: the antibacklash deviceon

correct it should .be easy to they may: be' jiist, enough to or defect inthe: offspring? ..-of the Rules .Committee at dfspatch.( 'attention of a tax now, what will they do January 31 -, R. A. Shine is offering I his reel. After an awful lot of
exchange skin grafts between individualize( will be paid to horse shoeing,
each animal's development
identical of the Or could. it be that the exchange 12," .but the House approved, ,the when we gq back to the sterner for sale at his Tallahasseestore I fishing with it, most of the waterproofing -
young same :s6 !he won't accept of substances (arriage.and' buggy work, farming -
through of 15 by times of gold and silver? We of and washes out of
armadillo litter since they all grafts and transplants from the placenta'permits the mother permanent; membership implements, such as turning say, today 25,000 pounds wears
came from a single egg. his own littermatek\ "accept" the embryo? a.vote of 235 :to 196. and lay on the tax, provided Congress plough iron and '1,000 pounds this line, so that it casts reason
shovels seutors
But Dr. Benirschke and his .Human twins,. pn J the other Does this exchange also plows, possesses the power to levy a tax scrap iron.According. ably well. If you can't hold out
associates Dr. Alastaire H. hand PRESIDENTS STATE OF THE both of iron and steej',
sometimes share Sleeps
common it possible for some ; (pn the property of the states. to field returns sub that long and, since this line of
Imre and Dr. John Anderson, placenta ach getting exactly mothers.and children to tolerate 1)Nl0 MESSAGE civises, rods and, heel screws, cut
This denied under the is obtainable
mitted there the type
power was today presentlyon
have found that such the wrong
grafts same nutrients for each other's skin or ting and expanding salt kettles.
often fail to "take." development. Thus" ,they become grafts later in' life? organ President Kennedy made the Terms are, ppsitively cash: on delivery bId government, we know'not how duty in the Confederate Dis. everywhere the best type being
This paradox has led them favorable,candidates forany'.necessary' These are questions which finest talk I. have' yet heard him of work." ft may be in the new" trict of East Florida, 810 officers so difficult to find you can

( to suspect that the answer to organ, exchangeor have "stumped scientists for make in his' 'St te.of. the Union January 28 The U. S. S. and men, and in the District of :.I umvaterproof it but that is
graft tolerance cannot be skin in later l The
A graft' life. many The January 21 -- following
years. anwers;
His ,'excel Sagamore Lieutenant Commander Middle Florida, 751 men. I another story.
phrases were
10und solely in genetic make If graft acceptance in twins though still to come, nay message. notice appears in a Tallahassee ---
The March of Dimes related to lent and, I thought his English, reportedly captured and -
'up. researchers their. sharing-or throw a bright new light on progtain piper.. "Wanted. )homes for seven
think the key may not sharing-the, same placenta many problems of pregnancy, covered many desirable recommendations destroyed the blockade running
,lie,*at least in part in the relationship some 'other puzzles of the causes of certain birth defects that'should be enacted orphan children, between six, and British sloop Elizabeth at the BARBARA'S KIDDIE KAMPFOR

of the embryo to pregnancy,may,also be little. and the success or failure into law. 'The President stated thirteen years ci!, age. They will mouth of Jnlet today. .
theplacenta-the material closer to solution. at organ transplants. 4 be apprenticed till 21. Apply at \ pjtj tf
which nourishes the unborn Why,. for 'example, doesn't And it .may be one of, the that.his thief domestic; recommendation Probate Office." Being offejid : oy public sale
infant. a pregnant animal "reject" its nature's more incredible 'creatures :- isa 'tax' reduction to take today at LaJcJ.Cify are 30 Ne' WORKING .
Each armadillo quadruplet own embryo, which is actuallya .:. dasypus novemcinctus place, over,a period o"f three year?. ,frn: ensign aboard the 'Federal groes. Accordfng-t< ihe announbe-: SHOPPING
has its own isolated segmentof "foreign" substance) made (known steamer Uncas in the St. John'sRjver
up familiarly as Mrs.: i From the standpoint. of our.National ment $80stly '
placenta. This means that of cells quite'' different from Armadillo theyMrf: : men -' RELAXING MOTHERS
: ) who will help Defense, ,the President pictured was seriously wounded today -
each gets a slightly ,different her own?, turn the switch Railroad fAtibd'Hands, some
on lamp. 'while' firing a rifled, Parrott\ SUPERVISED PLAY STORY TIME LUNCH
supply of nutrients, hormones .Or does she, in, .'some,'in- of knowledge.. our situation as having improved good Wagoners and, two tolerate
but he ptressed the need gun :at some Confederate pickets Plantation BlacUnuths.} 'There is NAP TIME

:" for continuing a. strong defen near' Cedar Creek. The gun burst ,also some ex lknj Cooks in the NOW OPEN 7:00 A.M. TO 6:00 P.M.

..' ',.; ; ', The: President's 'program. was and shattered his left ann so badly lot Terms of sale, cash." Barbara Bryan, 2109 Florida Ave.
: moderate in most:of its. respects, 1 : that amputation was neces.
I t Hussey, ohseryct.tttbe! record Governor NamesW. January 29 This evening in Kamp Counselor Phone 261.5238
And believe with generallf sary.
Savings Loan Inflow .0! savings .provided and I met a the HouseJHlentatives in
assurance to the 'state that these R. Perry To favorable, reaction on the p i't..ot ',January 22'- The U. S. Steam. -

Associations Set associations were prepared to supply UnitW. the majority of Congress. ef Bib leaving the St. John's
Hyacinth "
ample finances, to meet theupswg Rjver today' for Port Royal.
AGRICULTURE COMMITTEE' :,' Aboard, is blind white refugee,
: in ,Honda's space age R. Perry of Fernandina a
Records In 1962 economy.' S Beach has been named to the MEMBERSHIP S named, Jackson, who arrived last

Total !lending' volume by these Nassau County Hyacinth Control I have been a Member pf the Sunday under a flag of truce I

ORLANDO, FLORIDA. The thrift':and' homeownership 'associations Board, according to an announcement House Committee on Agriculturefor from ,Jacksonville. He reported"that Lb

124 savings and loan associations ; amounted, .io $S26, 65OOO yesterday by. Gov. Farris, eight years.. Thfs year I have there- is 9 Confederate man STOP
,jn' Florida set new savings and whieh was "$133"S65,000" over the Bryant Perry will'succeed Yen- reached the 'Number l posftfon of-war; ,' mounting1 eight, guns, on.

mortgage lending records ill 1962, prmous"record: for ope year set nis Pipkin. out of 21 Democratic' members.I Chattahoochee River, and the

the' Florida Savings and Loan in:.1901" From. this record total, Reappointed to the agency were feel that { should keep my membership steamer' Cuba, loaded with cotton, NOW FOREXPiRi
on the :Suwannee.: This information
League reported today. $281,597,000; went for the construction E. P. Fachko, Fernandina Beach, ,on this, important ..Committee
!In releasing this information, ,of 21,974 hew 'homes in Henry Wood and John Falana, because of my' seniority, is, ,being dispatched 'to Key

tyilliani. Hussey, executive vice Florida, during:: J962. As: of the Callahan, and Eugene Hickox, and because Agriculture is such West. .. AT
president of the Florida Savings I end: of )962:these.associations had Yulee. an important industry in our District January 22 Federal .Brigadiel CAR

and Loan League, reported that 379,000 'mortgage ,account\ holders and .throughout all of Flor General Adam J, Sl mmer

Bating*, increased by $48Gl 4OOO : with, t mortgages s, 'of $3,552,. ida. 1, shall continue to do my utmost was captured recently at the 'Bat.

or 146% during 1962 which wail 818,000.: ., S Pinney AntesThe to serve the best {interests tie of Murfreesboro, according to

? |31>,301,000 over the previous record Commenting'on this record year of our peopole t and thVh le State reports, reaching Florida' today.

amount for one year set in of,growth,.. Hussey said, ,he felt amazing thing 'about Atty. on' this Committee, assignment., Slemmer,' commander of the 1st
U, .S. Artillery, was stationed _at* Prices On Brake
199. in these institutions Relining
Tglal savings !this w4 particularly outstanding Gen. Bobby Kennedy pleading his BILLS INTRODUCED_ Fort Barrancas, .Pensacola when
now total $3,812,180,000, :achievement on 'the', of
part first case as a lawyer before the '
.. Florida, seceded i in January, i61.S .
which is represented by 1,468,000 these savings associations sinceit ,One. 'Ihe first bills 'that i
5 Supreme, Court is that he )kept a ,Of ; ,Federal, Rear Admiral Bailey,
dings account holders.HEALTH. was 'achieved 'during* a year' in straight face.Kennedy have introduced would set. up a -
l learning that the 'C. S. S, Florida
which the f savings to store '
competition 6 Supply Depots "
system '
urged the court to from 'Mobile few
and, home-1 lending had 'definitely uphold food mi 'other, items ln hag escaped a
'a ruling that Georgia's coun crjtical nights" ago,' is fearful! that an at BRAKE and FRONT END JOB
more of lemergeney.
the event a .
ty-unit voting system in electionsis tempt may be made to'iraise the
At the lose'of'1962 total'assets Cuban crisis
The, recent emphasized .
unconstitutional 'discrimination.
blockade of Gulf by captur. .
in the savings and loan associations ,the importance of this ports -
TOPICS in Florida reached an all- The county-unit system ,is too ing the small blockading steamers *; :f' "
similar to the presidential election billAnother 'and sailing vessels scattered < IJ
time $ which
\ high of 4Z01,87OO0 *
bill of mine proposes Therefore he, i'
system. But what's good for along the coast. ,
& ranks Florida as the, sixth largest
the Kennedys is constitutional.What's raising the. amount of personal in dispatching the Huntsville to St. :
and loan state in
A Service ol Youi Doctor of Medicine savings the na of
come-tax exemption a taxpayer
good for the Talmadgeain't. Marks and Apalachicola as a pre
Your Local Medical Society and the tion.
llondfilcdicil AUOC'l tIOL from $600 to $700. I introduced caution., He urgently needs reinforcements 1

BODY TEMPERATURE: RAIN Then, without a smile, he told another bill of importance to Agriculture of "steamers of speed ; 1
which would provide for .
INTRIGUING TO Hear the roaring, hear the pour the court it couldn't do what it transfer of tobacco and force to, pursue and capturethe i:95 .;
the lease and
MEDICAL MEN ing of the )JustY'summer rain, ain't been doing much else but Over rebel steamers, as well as protect :
since acreage allotments. 22,000 line of blockade." He ,ha
Some animals are warm. This cupbearer to th flowers ahd it began making decisions farmers in the tobacco helt including my ... n' ..
blooded and others are cold. the fields of growing ,grain; based on psychology and not judicial over2,000 in Florida, took learned that Confederates art ii.. ,? *' 'I
blooded. Man belongs to the precedent.Said building '"four gun-boats, on the "
( As it marches to the music of it's of this legislation l last ':.'. ,. .
advantage .
*\'arP1. looded croup although thunder o'er the lea; Roberto: For the Supreme Chattahoochee River and two of :: C: ",i ,;I.'
ionic persons;> believe there arc Court standard for year, and without new legislation, them armed readyto '
Ans its flashing sword of light to set up a heavily are : :
exceptions to this rule. Characteristic the authority to lease and transfer -
of warm-blooded ampuls ning sets the thralls of winter various states is impossible. The tobacco allotments come down to engage oui > ANY AMERICAN CAR
is a fairly constant free people of the states know their acreage blockading vessels." :: /
after this 'S '
temperature regardless of the background problems. As for will not continue year 24 Rear Admira1 -' ,
Hear the lashing, hear the dashing and January .:;
surrounding temperature. Fish of the rain.' Georgia, we feel'that as men"of AGRICULTURAL PROBLEMS Samuel DuPont orders Commander .
and classified cold ; FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT
reptiles as good will the legislators will passa Charles Steedman, U. S. S.
animals have
blooded a temperature
that varies ,with the Hear the patter, patter, patter of law that is.fair." I had a conference ,recently with Paul Jones, to proceed .on trans, J'.. .l tj!
temperature of the medium intvhich the silver autumn' rain, It may be several weeks, or Secretary of Agriculture Freemanon port? duty to the St. John's River I' ,, Returned to

they live, be it air or As it comes to :slake the thirst months, before the Impossible doing the use of MH-30 for the con. delivering "ammunition and store I originalmanufacturer's I

water.As everyone knows the normal of parched field and dusty Supreme Court announced the trol of suckers on tobacco pl hts.. for vessels there and, at the same ,.. 1
temperature of humans is plain.DisPt'rsing. decision reached before even' hearing I am optimisticthat our farmer time, making a reconnaissance as
986 decrees Fahrenheit This summer's cruel heat Mr. Kennedy's tearful, heart will .be permitted the privilege far as you may, deem necessary." I'' specifications :?

temperature remains fairly conSktnt. with it's myriad dancing feet, rending appeal which almost end of still using MH-30 in pro/i; Afterwards the Paul Jones will .

due to a balance between This gay herald of the harvest ed with him singing "Dixie." proportions. I attended a conferr join the blockade off the Florida k.'
heat produced and heat lost.
Meanwhile in Gawga and Mis. in Raleigh, N. C. on this sub
ence East Coast
The maintenance of balance singing to the golden wheat. I'. _
within the body is likened to Hear.the patter of the shining sissippi, Bobby has 'em rollin" in ject in late December, and have ,January 26 Governor Join fH'
the thermostat that the aisles streets and 'cotton emphasized to Secretary Freeman
governs autumn rain. : Milton has received the following i BRAKE ADJUSTMENT
temperature in a house. In a Hear'the trickle, trickle, trickle." of fields. that beause of labor shortage, statistics on the Florida Hospita'at '. :.' .
fold climate the body is knounspeed
farmers feel that it is abso-
our Richmond Men admitted toil
tho :
W up its metabolic rate. icy winter rain, :nji ff on all 4
the metabolic rate increases Falling like a witch's curse upon lutely necessary to use MH.3f1.Due ) hospital as of January 26 f':<: ,: 1- wheelsfluid
f fs body's heat loss is reduced Smokey Says the recent freeze in deaths from wounds i -
; the bare, defenceless plain. : to 186.3, 360); or ',
a minimum of by a decrease in Hear the beat, beat beat of it's Florida, the Secretary of Agriculture diseases, 34; average patient .;. : ; included
the rate circulation of bloodo H needed
the skin. People react to cold cruel, leaden feet. has requested the .Interstate treated each ,month, 171; percentage
by shivering, unconscious tensing As the northwind thills the droplets IPS MAKE SURE VXR CAMP-1 Commerce Commission to of deaths, 9.68; furloughed, }h{:t'I: repack front 11 11Jwstsay

.of tht muscles exercising. into cold and ,heartless 1? -JEE r8 DEAPCUTJrv authorize the railroads to reduce 75; discharged from service, 15; ,. .K.,.... wheel bearings
and increased appetite.Man sleet, / I/ freight rates 'on feed for livestock deserted, 1; sent ,to Small Pox '

i wide can range survive:: of temperatures.exposure to And the day retreats before the I know this is good news for our Hospital, 12; returned to regiments :. "Char&ff1 ( /

He'can' adapt himself to living icy rain. livestock producers. from hospital, 79; present. ,-
in climates that range from ly in the hospital, 106. 3S Take six months to pay

yell below zero to more than Hear the lilting 'elfin laughter of OFFICE ITORIATIOSOur January 27. In an editorial,
100 degrees Fahrenheit In j R pJac meM parts if seeded Md f f&ft fear adjustment not
frnost- -Climates the body tem the dancing ,springtime rain, Gainesville office will hive the ,Florida Sentinel supports the 1ficfudedJ
fceratnre of warm-blooded ani- That dispels, the gloom of winter my Special Assistant James Confederate government's action

malf is higher than the with it's beautiful refrain. Quincey of Trenton working on i in\. "taking possession of the manufactories

Surrounding atmosphere with a See the sparkling droplets marching a part-time basis while windingup of the South for the

balance bv a continual maintained heat in loss the body from with their lances 'shining his legal studies at the University clothing' 'of our soldier and all Vi i 't$1.0 n t Beach

the surface. bright, of Florida; and the office others where they aid in furnishing Supply

The temperature of a human To o'erwhelra the hordes pf win. will be in charge of Miss Edith material for the war." However

)being has intrigued medical ter that are fleeing .in the Pitts, who was, my Administrative it opposes the monopoly of

men 2.000 ever since Hippocrates night: Assistant in Washington be:' railroads exclusively by the gov

an over increase years in body ago'recognized tempera- That are fleeing'from. the.... l laugh- S D2-7 fore.: Teturning to Gaine viUe.:.Office ernment."Already no freight 118 Atlantic. Avenue .. Phone 261-4482

tare-termed ver-aa a. sip,, *; .ter.ofUle. rain. i :; .. boA let., fir* uaUtatWl hours inf" the..D 4ttid Office belonging, to private individuals :6
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Pirate Varsity, Pjrqtes Edge *Women's I Six Local Golfers i!'Mattsen To Play/ I been Every March/of-Dime-Jana\ ,1f15 lace* month.1938 Jol fe TI;,

: In NoHonil Seniors. I the aSth''!Anniversary March -rrf

r Sorts Slants iIyYNs Win (Ovir I I." Santa,. Fe Rebels, BasketballBY Playing In San PGA Tournament\ birth Dimes defects.in 13, arthritis and fight and crlppl poU&" i

Ed Mattson head pro at the .....
BY CURT MaccleMy_s liClose Game CURT' GORDON Jose Tournamenti Fernandina Beath Golf Course,]
GORDON ,1 The KAC Women's basketball I T : will leave Sunday for Port ,St.' flow Is The Time To .... '
i continues undefeated for the j
We thought we had some Had i teems to add that necessary spark In what was probably the, low- 1 'The Fernandina Beach Pirates team season as'. they downed :the Flashes I!i Six local\ golfers are at the San I II Lucle, where he will compete in j Remodel or cp&rbtonth :
of eat scoring half on record at the I surprised Santa Fe last Saturday Jose Golf 'Course in Jacksonville the National Seniors PGA Tour-! ;
scoring record here Tuesdaynight In helping the Pirates win BenKett I 60-41, in the opener of a J -
when the Fenmhdina Beach I ijas 'averaged over 10 points local gym! happened Tuesday: night by:.edging the tall Reb- doubleheader and edged 'Hardee's, | today for the second round of the ,Tiament :
night when the Fernandina Beach els, 39-35, in a Ktrsotme Confei women's Mattson will attend 1 36
Pirates golf tournament being
and the Baker his !
County per game during term as play. 30-27: in the nightcap.. '
Wildcats met on the'basketball :! ing and seems to hold the team I Pirates and the Baker County ence game played. on the local !I I KAO took a 20-9 first quarter played there'this week. I first part of the week, including -

floor and the first period ended i together ,on the floor-something Wildcats got torethtr with the floor, Neither ,team' burned up the I lead in the opener and ,scored 18 Members of the Fernandina, !: election of officers on Tuesday I .
with 65. A j that has, been the final score at 46-42 io favor at i' nets but the scote was doe Beach Ladies Golf ,Association and the annual dinner on
Macclennt leading I I I missing during the Pirates.At the points %-bile holding the Flashes I J To ray.
tremendous rally by the Pirates season so far. | throughout game. I l to 5: in the second quArter. They playing in the tourney are Mrs. I Wednesday night I:
brought them tq only 15-14 half. ok '* the end of the first period I' The Pirates held a' narrow 9-8 held ? commanding, 38-14 halftime I Leighton Shave, Mrs. J. W.'Hiers? Play will begin Thursday and
time lead. To us that was an all. Willie Sweatt, fisherman deluxeof of play the Pirates trailed ba margin at the end pf the first :I lead. The Flashes bounced Miss Lynda Mattson, 1 rs. T, C. : continue through Sunday. Fernandina, Lumber
time low for basketball I score of 64 The second period 1 eight minutes of play ,as Ralph < Herring, Mrs Ed' Mattson and ) &
a game Fernandina Beach returned to |. back in the second half to outscore i Supply
did not produce tremendous Bennett led the six1 j
Later on kow- a Pirates with Mrs. A. Allan! Jr. All have I South 3rd SU Pb ere 261-l64
t during the night S.
the fishing wan last ,week after i at 27'22r but could not over- Trade At Home ,
amount of the half j Fernandina increased itsi "
accounting : ,
ever, we talked to'one of our I having to take an unwanted vacation -J as I II points. [: 0me> KA ended with the Pirate ,. lead in the second t
leading by] '
sports friends at'the Time quarter I II the first round .
writer Smith led the KAC yesterday.Net
because of injuries and [ scoring -
came I _
1514.The. I scoring 11 'points while Santa Fe i, 'n _-- ___
Union in Jacksonville and he) said, {la with three bass his I with 28 points whit. Eloise follows
on trip two teams battled away scored only 4 points i and Fernan scores were as : TICKETS ON SALE AT CIRCUS SITE
"think nothing of it because the to the Jetties. Willie won't giveaway at each other during the third dina enjoyed a 20-12 halftime Minton scored 17, Ellie Rice 8, Mrs. Shave 86,. Mrs. fliers 88, I Jacksonville" CeiiKvm, 114J L Atoms J t, ?
of the I Or tt Door leforc tech PerfofmftctS3
score LandonJackson fame his Molly Fipkm 4, and Audrey Mul-
secret for successful Miss Mattson 82 :Mrs
stanza and the end of the period lead. Ronnie Sapp's 4 points were Herring
tonight at halftime! 34 4 in I
favor of Jackson with was the fiftal I fishing, but he usually brings found the score tied at 2727. The high for the Pirates during thf 1is3.NanfloTi Smith scored 17 88, Mrs Mattson 82 and Mrs. AIIan I
back nice catch pointsto
every 84.
Pirates outlasted Macclenny in second ,quarter.In ;
score at 12-6, with Jackson the lead the Flashes while Her- I
winner. In the final eight minutes, to win I ( the third quarter, it. was Best round carded by a local'i
should have our books that and fame Mr*. J, W. Hiers, Mrs. Andrew the ball game ,46.42.The Santa Fe's turn. They made 13 relene Nelson scored 9, find Rhcn- player was a 44 on the front nine I II l
been called glnijto I da Guest S. Virginia Brewer cross
the i Allan, Mrs. Leighton Shave and final period provided 'some points while the Pirates scored by Miss Mattson but a 10 on the
team that bad some define ed the 'lin 'from her guard posi- I (
to Mrs T. C. Herring entered the exciting moments for" the fans I only 7. Fernandina found the lead tenth hole dimmed her chances I t rt
backto I
score or the money gi ell tion to score 10 points for the
the paying fans San Jose Invitational Golf Tour. with the score tied at 37-37, with cut to 2 points at the ejid ,of three Flashes.", : fora: spot.among the leaders Z
ft lament last Tuesday in Jackson.i three and one-half, minutes temaimngr : quarters of play, but held on to 1 Z, al No .
Pills' These four fine golfers 27-2o Deasy Mittox, :June Perry,
represented in the game Then a. score. but KAC back to outscore
Ralph Bennett, newest additionto in the Tournament. Ron"l Thelma. Howard; Annette Perry came
our city nie Sapp tossed fa) a In: the final period the Pirates the, losers, 15-10 during the final
the Pirate basketball tam.. to pat the Pirates out in scored 12 points 'and the Rtbrfs and Ann Ifewds did the defensive half. : I
'-tr '* .:r 39-37. Marcus Rhoden sent a field I: scared only 10, giving the Pirates' work for: KAC while Edith Evans, '

Mwy, schqols have football goal through the nets to again the ball game, 39-35. Susan French Elsie Brown and Eloise Minton' topped the KAC
Pirates Bow To coaches dedicated to providing a knot the score, 39-39, but Steve I I Ronnie Sapp scored 12' pointsto Virginia Brewer worked on defense scorers with-10 points. Taunce
', Smith Ellie Rice 5 Mol-
scored 9, ,
for the Flashes.In ,
winning football, team each. year Thomas added a tree throw to', lead Fernandina while Ralph I
ly Pipkin 4, and Audrey Mullia 2.
or at least once in awhile. Eloise put the, Pirates ahead by 1 t*>int Bennett came through with'l the' nightcap KAC edged
P.K.YogiByT6k58 and Wayne Benner are helping and, then Sapp dropped another Steve Thomas scored S, Steve. Hardee's, 30-27, as neither team Bertie Garrison scored 11 pointsto '
Beckett 6 and John 3 woffcfd up any kind of otfense. lead Hardee's with Betty Herbert -
their own cause as they came up field goal in to make the score I Crisp! *
Sctre wit} their fourth boy this week 4239.' Rime added "e Held goal I McFarland scored 14' to lead"' the Hardee's ,l led .at halftime 17-15, I scoring 9 and Judy Evans 7. :

Tin eight pound halfback: for Baker to make the 'store 12- Rebels. Juanita Knight, Annis Moore

he P. K. Ywg Blue Wave of Among the four }boys is: one cheerleader 41, but Thomas came through with Coach Wayne Benner's B team bigh for Fernandina, with Jerry I Wilma Carter and June, Roland .50 rows M7 Jan. 30-31, Feb. 1, a rM. r
Gainesville downed the Pirates the Benner'js) one girl. At 2 points to make the score 4441. boynced back from their second Beard and Richard Nobles scoring did the defensive work for liar. II j $2,SO rowi U-:' ,,\.2.$ 45; MATI NUS:
CG-58, fn a clew contest at Gain- the present time Benner has his A free throw by Baker nar defeat on Friday night to score a I' .11 points. Benny .Alvarez I dee's while Thelma Howard An-i $1.50 w.)0-3J Feb. 1,3:30. Feb. 2-1,1,1PM. R
Children under 12. loll vice Feb. 1, 3.30; Feb J.", S P M.
esv'lle: last FjWay, night. The backfield for future years, with i rowed the rcore to 44-12 as Sapp 54-37 victory over the young scored 9 ,while Mike Rice Barry '" netie Perry June Perry, Dea y Ticket Reservations May Be Made In ternand.na: Beach \Ii'.
i I fouled when the whist Rebels. Rice, Randy' Price bnd Richard Mattox and Ann Hewes worked
game was close from the begin one cheerleader. Anyway congratulations was .( At Win' Drag Store On Atlantic Ave.
ning and the outcome was in ; to Eloise and Wayne Ben sounded and he promptly droppedin I II Alan Cover's. 1& points were 'Schomas scored. 2 apiece. on defense for KAC. .
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doubt until late in the final per. ner new I -
lod. they desire wt hope they have the store, 46-42. _. ,. .:

P. K. Yonge led at the first seven more boys. Ronnie Sapp scored' 15 pointsto I

quarter but the Pirates took the '* lead the Pirates with, ftatph f

:Jead at the end ol tkc fiat half Bill Hancock, B team player for Bennett scoring 14. Steve Thomas'j

of play and the scare vas tied 4 the Baker County Wildcats and scored 5 and Charles Corbett, Joe I II
the end of three period i! son" of Donald Hancock, former I Thrift and John Crisp scored 4

Charles Corbett the Ronnie'* esW9 of Fernandina Beach I j points apiece. .

Sapp scored 5 points piece in the J wanted to be sure that we had hisfiamft Marcus Rhoden, All-Star footballer -II III R !

first quarter and Steve Thomas j ,straight in the paper and I headed for, Goorfcia Tech, ; :: H\'thatrllhave you ravjckL'.FO'R'DDEALERANNUAL\
came through with 4, along with not written up as Bobby ,- his topped the Macclenny team with I II. = et t: a sa

Ralph Bennett's 2, to keep Fete!|I. brother Since Bill was really serious I.1 118 points. j i \.. '. ,
nandina close to the Blue Ware! about the matter we consulted The Fernandina B team downed '

but Gainesville led 20.16 at the !, him at halftime of ,the var. the Macclenny B team, 48-37, in j
end of the first eight minutes. sity game when the score was 15- the Benny]
14 for his comments. "Just forget ore11f'poInts!
Alvarez to :
s top
Thomas scored 5 points to JEt) ,
the Pirates in the second quarter that,! says Bill By the way, Han. the young! First:;)c01eS. Richard

as Corbett added 4, Johnny Crisp cock scored 3 points ja the B. Schomas scored 9, Alan Cover 7, ; .

4, Ronnie 'Sapp 3, and Benftftt it I ram" to put the Pirates ahead at the ft ft ft 5, Beryl Rite and Randy Price 4

halftime 34-30. I The Keystone Basketball Tour-, and Mike Rice 2. _

Ronnie Sapp .KWtJ '6, '0'&rfctt'\ I i 1 I i riameaOrU) be February staged in.15 thg and Live 1&At J Sv Porterfield'scored l6 pointsto I "

.4, Thomas 3 and Bennett 2, In tip I Qak' Gym on J.lead the Macclenny B team in

:third. period, but ,P* K. Yohff J II Wild the,be p a.rent Dark time Horse the capture Pirates 'scoring. j jrt I I (
scored 19 aid the third quarter

ended \\ithvthe $cor e' knaU ia !f! *title* M.-- .t' ".' = Pirate D
4949. ,*< ,i tl R-r1f f mtei"j .. Scoring. INTERHIGH
k its. Skipper"' informs ,f! '
The Blue Wave word 17 peblts Ronnie Sapp 187
l N assaui8 fishing camphat
in the final efcht .winutes whll4 Charles, Corbett 179
the ,Pirates jrowld mstir .tom' I whiting art:beginning to come ia John" Crisp ill'
and trout are still being caught ,
and P. K. Yonge won therame', Sieve Thomas 95;
although there Is a shortage of i .

CC-58.Ronnie Sapp led the. Pirates 2 I Hva Bennett tali caught'flor trout 8 nice f ish.nf trout, U*last.,E. I Ralph Bonnie"Bennett. 'iel1' 44 4b 1 PRICES ARE .FOR THE BIRDS! JUST LIKE LAST YEAR, IT'S 'COLD UP NORTH AND

with 17, while Steve Thomas wasa Steve Beckett 23 -

I forbett close scored second 13 with, Ralph 1C Bennett Charles I I brought week and In 10 his, with brother some Harold weigh- Joe Ricliprj1Salle.Thrift 25;8 EXTRA TRAINLOADS OF'NEW FORD CARS AND TRUCKS ARE ARRIVING DOWN SOUTH I t

,8, Dempsey and Johnny Springfield Crisp 4. led the ing men' ,over from five Jacksonville, pounds. Two brought fisher.in 'ted Jerry Sterer Kight' 4 6''i ii PRICED AND. EQUIPPEDAS YOU LIKE IMMEDIATE DELIVERYWHAT'S! ( YOUR PRESENT

.IS Jarge trout over the weekend I ,
P K Yonge team with 20. otnts. '
James Eylant 2 i iI

,team In the handed B game the tbt"Pirate P. K:y'thelt Gegv I .Mrs.f dead SUp bait.er, saj-b which: she is has: good plenty for i I B TEAM I Ilan It :, CAR WORTH IN TRAEQUOTH|\ THE RAVEN: ,"NEVER MORE THAN'RIGHT NOW !1"1)

second loss (I the season, 40-32 whiting so you fishermen can con- t.\ Cover, 120 1 ___ .
,Jerry Bear| scere4 10 point t. tinue to fish until live bait for Richard Schomas 101 i Q, :: ;

lead Fernandina} in scoring wick trout is. available' again. I Benny Alvarez 92 I : ::: :::4 ;
Alan Cover 'arorlns t, Benny ,AUvarez ft ftRonnie jjcirj Beard* 76i k :: $39.83
fi, Richard Nobles 4, Barry Sapp has taken\ the lead i Barry Rice 36 .

Rice 2, Richard Stlionm' 2 and j' in the Pirate scoring race with J Randy Price 29 I II -'./' :month
'per after down
while Charles Cor-
Mike Rice 1. 18J points I Richard Williams 21 '
l 1 belt is a close second with 179. 1! Richard Nobles 25 I .' ,, ) .:;'x payment ,
Alan C:;\Tr:is leading the B team }Beryl Rice 21 i '! : 63 Falcon I 2 Door

BowlerittesBV b hi scoring with 120 pointsith' Jack Barniak'*. 20 ,Sedan Whitewall, tire
t i Richard Schomas second at 101. I Ij '
: Mike ttlce; 16 c.- I _ B t'optionll at extra
SIIIRlKY; JACKSON j Chailes Burns 4 __ cos;. ,
WEEK) or J.\S. '21 I I Hank Bailey 2 .
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Team V L. Pins / of
lIa den Lanes II 21 85873 i k Bowling League *
I Sellers sa 33 3G138

|,t ti Hardee Bro*. 3,1 S8' $S3U I I nv II. IL ELUS, 'jn, Ming Ltogv ,I :'; K $43.15 1 '
Beach Lounge $3 3D '15U1
WaRS 30 42 35107 WEEK OF 1.16 per month after down'. ,
BV:'H. a !PLUS, Jr. j : '
;Baileys 29 43 35267 Total payment .
High Tram )tingle j Teem Standings W L Pins WEEK OF MT i '$3 FairUne 2- D 0 0 r"' ,
I IHatldtn 50 14 45576 Total
Scratch OrviUe'i &.vL1n. \\7iitQwaIl tiles
Lines > KS4Hadden r Madden Lanes 40H i23U 4W7GSano ,Tram Standing. W L Pins : a're optional at extra 1 ,

Land 581 >r 32, 31 3 45094 Bombers 38 26 39634Mfofers cbst. '
.Setzers 580 The Ifcknowas) 27 3741228 1 36 28 39249 ,'. i
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WI hI'\' '.' :i Reach Bar 23 41 43397 I MurraY' Store 32 36 S&S.: : '. ", '

Madden Lanes T68JSeUers Becker' Drugs, 19 45 43088. Paper Mill 25 59 36315 ,, s'
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756 High team, 3-G amrs High Tem, 3-Gimes J ... >:a
Hadden Lanes I .r'
high'lnd. BrittleScratch \ Hadden LanesOrrilie's 2'\ Murray Store ?. 2892 I ..,:,";0;P' 'y' .
2828 Paper Mill 2S23

Eleanor Flint 3M l Sandbar 2784 Bombers 2S11 ., "|Save _on this husky

Ruth Williamson 1W iUrh, Ind. 3-Gamrt' '-Ut1h, Ifid. 3-Gifaes I a, : : 'Fbrd Pickup. Handles

Shirley Jackson 192 J. Beckett 656 S. Bohannon 676 i an d'ides like a' car, -

W/hcp 240 T. Tilman 623 R. Whitaker 631 built like the big( 4nicks.J '
Shirley Jackson
P. .Roberts H. Ellis 619
Patsy Cottle 239( I Extra durability of Ford
Grace Joyce .' 238: llitk,' Tears, GaaeHadden High, Team GameMumy's j I L Trucks keeps coats 4
(High Team Three G..fl :,- : Lanes ;..;,;_?" .1002 Store 986 ; -
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Sandbar 078
Scratch *v v : Paper Mill 979 '-.. ,
Hadden Lanes 1691 Oisgfe'a 977 Bombers 914 0 ,.. -
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Setzers: 1611 Hit*. IruL, Game High. Ind. Game ;II .tf-. .
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It RoberU\ 246 Bohannon 274 j ':... .
WfccpHadden 1118: J, BeHett 224 IL Bllis 255J. ... -.' .
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Baileys 2124 i tlifh Scratch Bowlers High Seratrfc Bowlers ,
High Ind. Three Gt.* J, Beckett 204-590 S. Bohannon', X619 0 0 '
Scratch ". I I D. Roberts 3C1-W6 R. lIacldrn' 187-530H. I BE SMART... UY SMART! R S. YOUR PRESENT CAR DOES NOT HAVE TO BE PAID FOR '.
Eleanor Flint $0 C. Hodge 194-439 Ellis 21-526 I

Eleanor Flint 510 W. M. Walker 18..r331'P. J. Drwy *_ 2eS-523 1 .
Patsy Cottle ttt TilmaE. 191-SM R. Wbitaker *' 181-517

WArp S Had4en 190-530 C. Hodge 212-508 I ,
,Patsy Cottle Ml J. WiHkrnson l9l567
'Grace Joyce 548 Apt raaat.4y 12 per cent o< LASSERRE; MOTOR COMPANY

Eleanor Flint *W the U,8M 8t_*U enrUltd at HM $2.4 mil!!.. nuclear sciences :
Mary Jane Wilson picked op a the University( of Florida !hold bidding beifi( constructed on i ij .
5-10 split Margaret Roblioft(: a.$* IWt-ttoe jots on lb cams, Of the University of ,Pterida tarapus SOUTH EIGHTH STREET. PHONE, 26J-3819'
'7 split, Eleanor,Flkt a 3-6-7 split these 1,258 are men students andPSitIfC" j with!, provide almost a city blockof

and 'Shirley Jacbca, a i-t,WUtr pace for nuclear,,,raearch.
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CAPITOLLETTER '.' No Other Turkeys Could Be ,So' w w.EGR '



flarups and harsh words have
I been sounded among Florida's
> t a yMk higher education*, circles three
I times in the past few months and

1aIr a government official predictedmore ..
to come.
The first could be considered 'a
rather moderate argument overprofessor's /
n salaries. A controversy
that: still smolders over academic fTAMYSw
,, freedom shook the state's higher """!
14/1 E
edu ation. .
p4rx r, a, The latest flap involved an alleged /
art w attempt of censorship of -
universities by Dr. Broward Cul-
pepper, director of the state Boardof ci FRESH _
was brought to public.attention -
by Sec. of State Tom Adams, PORK '" tJ5 t I
a member of the state Cabinet
Board of Education. According to 'rff(
I twJ;
h ,
Adams' office the document ,
volving the alleged in-I
turned up in an agenda sent HAMS
i ; ,GfrrfS FOR HOSPITAL PATIENTS Mrs. Arnold Rob to interested parties in advance

I, intftt,chairman of the gift project of the Mental Health of Board of Control meetings. I
Association of Nassau County, is shown with a number Considerable talk ensued as, to .

ofJQiristmas; gifts sent to the State Hospital at Macclenny the document being released to* W'. fTAMNS
tAN !
( am! presented to needy patients. Assisting Mrs. RobinBojijvere the"I public understand prematurely.," said Jimmy I; 39IUiTi r1

I Sirs. la\is Campbell of Yulee, Mrs L. N. Kynes, aide to Gov. Farris Bryant LB. ? r.I

I I T son of' Callahan, and Miss! Janina I Pikula Fernandina "that' this' is but one of several ...-,..-..- -----.--. S
Beach. Mrs Robinson extended ,thanks on behalf of the alternative proposals to be I 4 TAMIM

aviation. to all those citizens who participated in the considered by the Board on Friday ; W.tt T.'j, WHOLE or HALF 18 to 20 Lb. AverageTURKEY
cause. and it is not intended in any way : : t: r < .
to restrict the flow of information
f to infringe on anyone's free GREf."
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,;0, .. dom." _
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soften Kynes'the statement impact of did the little document to 100 Free /::Green Stamps 5 wfAwvt

: be nlnce SaloonFlorida's itself. It was a strongly I WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF GHEE"
worded directive, causing one $1.00011 MORE WORTH or {
newspaper to accuse Culpepper of @aeaw Aids WeD Brand Turkeys are especially raisedto i
: Oldest and Most Historic. an attempted "power grab." produce broader, meatier breast. You ww.E
"They are trying to infer," said get more moist, tender white meat and more /
Fernandina Beach's Favorite AT ANY WINK-DIXIE .
Meeting Place
one observer, "that the document S juicy dark meat. Unconditionally guaran GRELP.
)' For The Finest In Beverages didn't say what it said." teed. Money 'back if you're not satisfied. {TAM/N
) The document was condemnedby ,Of all meats, turkey is lowest in cholesterol w Gist
Boiled Shrimp Ham On content. Serve turkey often and know.your
Rye Dr. Wayne 'Reitz, University of ; /
family is getting the most nutritious, health
Kosher Sandwiches Florida president, who said that
BarbecueTom protecting meat you can buy., I Insist on GREE"a
... "I am pleased to note that (Board W-D Broad Breasted Turkeys.The finest LB iTAMfN
of Control Chairman) Baya Har 50 Free WC Green Stamps turkey you can buy. '
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rison has stated' that the board
: would not support policy proposal SWIFT PREMIUM f
1r of the board staff.
After the furor, the documentwas SHRIMPBURGERS Picnics; ; 3 l6r S f9 ,
Davis CAN
1 \ omitted from the agenda of 60OO THfcU'JANUARY SITH ,

I the That Board Reitz Meeting.was one of few edu- AT ANY'M 1NN-DIXIE 25 EXTRA STAMPS CHOPPED, SHAPED r, YELLOW i io.

,i, Photographer PHOTOGRAPHERS PROFESSIONAL FLORIDA problem.-ators to speak out, points to the .r1 Cube Steaks 3 BOX Lb. 1" .r SOLIDSWD

"Who will speak for the uni.
: PHONE 261-5486 versities?" asked Dr. Juanita G111. FRESH, EXTRA LEAN

Located.. .Studio At' 402 S. 17 StreetFernandina t. years Gibson aaa spoken,a aide college as to! one Adams professor.voice and for for"Who the 13|, WITH 50Fr'ee.d. THIS CFOaoUyzPulON UGreeDStimps'Gr oF.lOAhND!:; PURCHASE Of .. Beef 5 PKG.DD $f9 .t OLEO

; Beach, Florida j ; universities during the past three I ONE X E SUPERBRAND ., I
.t -.- .. .---- -- -- crises Dr.?Gibson: said until the universities PIZZA+ PIE Cott. Cheese 1 :' 29 .
i r Ttl t J A NUJ A RY2/TN Cu
get a spokesman during 1 O
crises such that academic LB
as over
f freedom and censorship, these _,e.rr r....
: outbursts will continue.. . Pim.CheeselpLS91.'

; L I M ItrtT.l M EON Lf Sen. Ralph :Blank' of Palm _..oT ..4A S Umk 2 wkll 52.50 food order

'.,it. Beach County recently had drafted ,. ,
: '- legislation to allow blind beau- 'V.. t.,. 't'n '", "'" 'it'' -'c'" .it'f....:'J"r" :_" _"__.J<
licensed in the All PURPOSE Oil "
ticians to be
\ ; Save 4%< Each ; WAX PAPER
state. A beautician, has devised a ltT
i FREE method, Blank said, for blind
beauticians and will explain it at WESSONCutRite..2 ,12HI.Roli 49?
a forthcoming convention. Legis-
I : -, CHATHAM lation includes provisions for an / N
i : X Z. oral examination, rather than the G0.IE A
"ROSE ROMANCE"BLANKET required written test, and for {TAMNwlwlt

I :. r. certain* specialties, BTALLAHASSEE in the field. 24-0. t I Napkins.26p.Cf.PkcL25: ;

( ) I Palm Beach Bottle Save 2/ Each FACIAL TISSUE /
County finds itself in the midstof STAN/M

: things a political, trading dispute stamps.over, of all 4 Umit2With$5.00faolOrder..f Scotties.i 2.400's .49; wtiE

I It's not exactly a partisan .

'I struggle, but in general the Republicans 4AI.Alimit T Save 8* Each Limit 2 pkgs. with food order. {uMNw
have lined againstthe
stares up P
Democrats in the verbal scuffle ,
w u.t
: .... Soft-Weve..2H19x
The gimmick is to give each IU

new vote registrant trading R Save 4*, Each GREE etAMINwJumbo "
stamps to- spur voting. I
The Democrats think this is a .
r x grand idea,, probably partly because Scott Towels Roll 29* /
i $17n.95 # it came from Al Zalla, IIlIlllJ I!914 GREE"
w Democratic Executive Committee ', Save 8* Each..imil 2 HEINZ TOMATO ftAMV '

} f Republicans" have called it "un-I K e t '<,oz. Bottle 19 /

:, ONLY american.Since Atty. Gen. Richard Ervin i| i DETERGENT \ c.up. . {GREk"uMIN

has indicated it is a legal maneuver I f MORTON Chicken, Beef, Turkey, Ham, Salisbury, Meet Loaf
LJ a the stamps probably 'will I G, Bx 1u .
14396 r be given out as planned.It Qfy
1. does seem a shame that i II For
ill SAVE II* e e e e e GRk."
H so many people in the world unable
I : to cast a vote for a candidateof : :j NEW BLUE Save 21< MORTON Apple Cherry, Peach, Coconut ""v'Gionl
their choice, trading stampswould

t, 1.: EXTRA BONUS-1 FREE DELIVERY FREE stamps the be polls.apparently necessary But to then have lure citizensto trading taken: \ Cheer Box Fruit Pies Family Sits 29/( irREE"ITAMaf

:, : CONNECTION TO SUBURBAN PROPANE their place in our folklore along Limit 1 with $5.00 food order, -

I with popcorn, peanuts and Bossa ,

:. "''''VENTING-$25 to $40 VALUE ;' Nova.the One affair observer shows pointed what this cut statehas that; ....1...! w. -.....

t SV
been missing for all these _
years: a two-party system. < .
Municipal and county officials '
i may be called to account for

{! 20% OFF ..traveling legislation expenses passes the if coming proposed 1963 Astor Coffee k

I session in April and May. .si' WI \
1 I I Ken Ireland of the Legislative bye

: ALL 1 1962 APPLIANCES :I Reference up figures Bureau on has the been revamping working s].Lb. I
I ; : NOW I IN STOCK I of expens ,*,account allowances. : "I
i it I One of the loopholes in Flor : ,IL Can I
I i ida's laws said Ireland, is that I f 'tl
I ; ; there is no ceiling on expense accounts :SAVE 21' i
i for city and county offi. : I
t 1'1'tr SUBURBAN PROPANE GAS SRVICE I cials. Ireland said so far resistance \ A Pounds

: to,the idea has not been :.:... MAXWElL HOUSE Save 19 c ,
: South 7th Street fn,ul I I strong. Individual! i limits could be 2 stalks 25<
Wh Fresh
1b: l! raised through local legislation. Coffee % 48 V Celery I.
i I Some of Ireland's have
; 261.3661 SllISarrl: ; .proposab
... : not received committee UmilI I # Sweet Potatoes 4 Ibs. 49'J
.; .- ... -- proval yet., '-"" ap- .. with$5.00mlonlcr
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The NevCeader! Salutes the I les E. Williams was the "bjg gun" 1ms'ireetRecreation A carriage used by Clark Gjble l :

FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS for the "Dragons" with |2 points, : and, Vivian Leigh \in the motion S ..

AD RATES [I1TIUPLartIW of while the losers high ppinter, .c. picture, Gone With The Windy is

05 per word .75 minimum ;:: Adt WeekFURNISHED Williams, tallied with' 8 ,points. Center now on display at Cavalcadiajit
HOUSE for rent.
BAND AVAILABLE for dances, The Dragonettes of J], A, were '
Cud of Thanks, Resolutiaai One mile from Terminal Bag. parties, grand,openings, dinners, :==:::: stunned in the closing 'seconds 'Of Florida's Silver Springs. :' _

and Similar Notice Phone 2255153. tfc ; etc. THE D1XIELANDERS tlc 4L their game by the "Lassies" of BY.'1IE'4Y' MATTHEWS S S ,-.-\ ...

03 per word $LOO minimum further Information, call 261- REULT 1Cft yearrpibdapt. Anderson Jr. High, to the tune : I
furnishedor ( Outdoor
APT. FOR RENT Friday '4iBir2i:
I (
Cal< 261-3686 261-3687 5237 '261.5324. J31p living room bedroom, first de-
or { of 23-27. This marks the I
unfurnished, year round. 2 'Activities'S: ::30. ,to 5.30 p.m.
or place ad at office apts furnished, winter rates. I kitchen, glass and screen back feat of the "Dragonettes" in their Basketball, Boundbafl: and Dodge I USED CARSPECIALS

I ROOF LEAK? Re-roofing and % S view last 13 starts, and the first of the ,
511 Ash Street Call Mrs. Thad Lee at 2613174. porch, garage. Excellent baIl.'s' ;
repairs, remodeling, etc. Phone Irene Kimble sank 15 -
J24c of ocean. 255 S. Fletcher: Ave.PUBLIC season. Indoor 4ctivity- Record Hop. i !I I
Fernandina Beach, 2615032. tIc points, followed closely by .Geneva I: '

FURNISHED APT for rent, ---- _Palmer with 10 points. High pointer Saturday, January" 26: Qutdoor I
-. FOR SALE S 1961 Falcon
adults only. 501 Cedar St. Phone FLOOR' SANDING and refinish. for the winners was ft. Jenkins Activities 1 t
2614652. tfc ing. Floor tile, Paul E. Hanson. NOTICE with 14 points. fcaketball, ""Boundball,' 'Physical Wagon

TWO "BEDROOM, completely fur. j './--- ,Phone 2614609. tIc Bryant Dragons Coach Thomas Blue figur
THREE BEDROOM home furnished IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND Fitness and Do dgebalLCLOSEDSVNPAY, 1960, Falcon 4 Dr. $992
nished, 10 x SO modern house FOR NASSAU COUNTY, FLORID. that the games between the'two -.
trailer with awning patio and carport, utility room, IF YOU HAVE a drinking problem IX CH\\CERY. CASE NO. AndersonThe schools will be even tougher'' in 1959 Chevrolet *

fenced in back yard, with or electric kitchen. Phone 261.4563 write Alcoholics Anonymous FRANK S PRATT, Down Lawtey, Florida, on .Thursday f Monday January 28 r Indoor Eel Air $* *?-. --..
Plaintiff, ,
without 100 100 shaded lot. aft r 5. tfc Box 338, city EL67700tfc January 24 19 r7:30 : Rope -
x i_,_ vs11EULAII- night, Activities -, Storytelling: ,
Inquire* 261.5929. tfc APT FOR RENT- 131 S. 8th: I R. PRATT Defendant victory starved Bryant p.m. jumping and' indoor-learn : 1957 Chevrolet jjr: "-
unleashed 16 Bel Air H.T. $895"
i I Academy Dragons a gameS'I'
St Phone 26MG98. tIe MEN AND WOMEN NEEDED NOTICE OF SUIT Pec'k 'high'Boos'ter
14 FOOT COLD-SPOT combina- I \ STATE OF FLORIDATO. point scoring attack in the first II

tion refrigerator and freezer. McCRANIE- ----AITS. S WORK IN CIVIL SERVICENo UEULAH R. PRATT quarter, to coast to a 15-26 score P-TA News Lounge at 8.00: p.m.. I 1956 Olds. 2 Dr. $595'
experience St.
I necessary, gram- 872 Goguac
Perfect condition chean. 210 S. ONE-THREE ROOM furnished scbool'education usually Battle Creek. MichiganYou for their first basketball win in Tuesday,. January,;29: Outdoor !I 1959 Pontiac "'' "

14 St. or phone 2615119. J24c I I apt. Utilities hot water, wash- S 'st mac fieicqt.: Train 'now at home has been are hereby filed'against notified you that a in suit the the last three starts. There seemed Academy Activities ;{:30( .to'5:30 Skating, Hardtop Coupe $895: : J

-- ing machine furnished. $10 weekor foi jots'with ecurity. For details -.: above entitled cause, and that you arc to be 'no contest in the first- Bryant Hop Skotch.andBoundbalL n "-

BEAUTIFUL PIANO. Brilliant $35 month. Also beach rental ; : hereby required to file your answer half, but the fighting AndersonJr. 1955 Buick Hardtop .
send n the, address, phone will} the Clerk of this Court and to Wednesday,_,Jaiwdry" $9; Indoor,
Spinet type console. 43" string cottages. For information, ha .NATIONAL* TRAINING I serve -a copy thereof upon the Plaintiff High awakened in the second- The January meeting of .the Activities\ _- ::3q' to 530.; Table $195': :;,

lerigth, gorgeous tonal power. call 261-4642, W. I. McCranie.If I or Plaintiff's attorney whose nameand" half to start a rally of their own. Bryant Academy Parent-Teacher '
SERVICE P. 0. Box 500 Green- Card Checkersand
I !, address is: Mercury N. Kavouklis Tennis, playing, ChevroletStd.
Fully guaranteed. Personalised call 261-9035, Time, plus a big first-half lead, Association was held recently in "
no answer, wlch: Connecticut M28c P. ,O Box 462. lernancLna Beach. flop'Jumping.',. $1 O. :
terpis to 6f good credit. 2, cafetoiium with'the ; Tr. ;J
party I Mrs. Long, tfe I I Florida not later than February .was the determining factor. Char- the school 4"

For inspection without obligation NOW WE, KNOW', what make I 13IMIf you fail to do so. decree Pro Con- I president, Mrs. Lillie Favors, pre- Thurday,1jw. it''31;., Outdoor Bound 1955 Ford Wagon $150
write Piano Co. NICELY FURNISHED year A tiv1tie. i ,
: Joplin fesso, will be entered against you for siding. ,
used RCA Motorola
-tubes: by -
Joplin, Mo. J24c'" round apt. Living room, bed-,.. and are Curtis. ,Mathes radio and ,the relief demanded in the complaint PUBLIC NOTICEAUCTION There were two visitors in. attendance ball, pdgeb11an41dkbaIL t 1955 Ford 2 Dr.
of suit being for
The nature said
room, kitchen, glass and screen T.Y. Also ,GE, Sec divorce. Mr. C. T. Smith president -, ,' V-8 Std. Tr. $175 "
:dealer* page '
12 FOOT E.Z CRAFT aluminum hand and the seal of I
back porch, garage. Excellent Witness my P.T.A.
I will sell to the highest and of the Nassau County -
.4:) i in telephone ,book, yellow said Court at Fenrandma teach. Nassau : !
I ;
fishing boats. Just arrived from view of ocean. 255 S. Fletcher cash bidder one 1961 two door Ford William Webb Dozier4 Gay
Council and Mr. ,
3rd .
S pages. YotirGE dealer. F14e: County Florida, this dayS motor No 1D53X102514 Friday, January ; STOP BY THIS ;
factory. Potts Fish Camp,I Ave. J31c of January 1963. 25 at 10 a.m, at Five Points Gulf Nassau County Supervisor of Ele- : :
Yujee, Florida. Phone 22553G2. ' D 0. Oxley Station. Fernandina I'.each. Fla. High Gloss WEEKEND AND LOOK
F7c I TWO, BEDROOM furnished house PUBLIC.: NOTICE Clerk of the Circuit Court4t L. A. McKendree mentary Education. AT ONE OF THESE : :
l 1-3. 10, l\ 24 3t MO, 17, 24 Mr, Webb spoke to the P.T.A.on .
261.5205 in-
at 5 Pts. Phone or USED CARS ,
TYPEWRITER PORTABLE Re. quire Five Points Grocery and ,.JUDICIAL'CIRCUIT, IV AND FOR NOTICE'S "Operation Enamels, \ .
,. ,
s PUBLIC will television OR A NEW ONE! .
mmgton tfc NASSAU COUNTY; FLORIDA. ,IN PUBLIC NOTICE begin as a programon
Rand Hardware.
practically new., No 2533MIDSTATE "
CHA. ClaY :
will be dolors
25th. It
\ ; ,
February .
L Call 261.3160 or 2613689. J24p -- -- HOMES, INC., a NOTICE OF SALE 4
FOUR ROOM FURN. apt, all f FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF televised on Channel 7 at 7:30.to
Florida. corporation Notice is hereby given that pursuant I
St Information Plaintiff.roLMAK THE STATE OF FLORIDA. LV AND to a Final Decree of Foreclosure entered I Mr. ''Webb stat $5.00 Gal : :
Oi KELVINATOR electric private. 15 S. 3rd For: S FOR NASSAU COUNTY LV CHAN in cause numbered 2590. in the 8:00: P.M. briefly LASSERRE -

range, $25. One Frigidaire re- call 2613308. tfc..I WNELY and MAnU; CERY. CASE NO. 2280 Circuit Court of Nassau County Florida ed the importance of' this programin \ .
DONELT hU wife, IN RE: 'Petition of Samuel Nasby and I will sell the property situate that it will help all that :are 1 Motor .
frJterator, $15. Both in good THREE HOUSES 'for rent, near: : Defendant his wife, Maria Nasby for the entry in Nassau County, Florida described E-Z PIC14FH'&BEECIL Company' :
NOTICE OF SUIT of Order of Adoption for willing to take part. ,
condition. Call an as: I
261-3744. tIc
FivePoints.. Phone Mrs. ,Lois l THE'STATE OF, FLORIDA' infant, Sibley, a minor and for ;South One,half (S%) of Lot Nine Mr. Smith urged all P.T.A. I 629 S. 8th St. Ph. 261-3819. _: I

Sheffield, 2614544. ', J24e, TQ: COLMAN DONE Y and Change of name. ((9)), Block Two Hundred t'lxty.three I --- -
SIX ROOM HOUSE, three' bed IIAB.LE.DONELY,. his wife, NOTICE. OF'ADOPTION PROCEEDINGS (263)), FERNANDINA according to members to be present at Pine .
rooms, one bedroom has two APT round., Residence Unknown. S official map of said City as lithographed I Forest School$ on Friday and Sat > L __
FURNISHED year ,TOU ARE.HEREBY NOTIFIED and issued by the Florida ,, .
built in bunk beds. Hercules[ Apply 725 N., Fletcher! 261-S that suit-has been filed against you"in TO:, Blondie Chatman Sibley, Railroad Company in 1857 and en urday to take part in the, P.T.A. -

fenced, Old Town. Call 261- 3218. tfc", the above'. entitled cause, and that 213 Fernandina South 10th Beach Street.Honda. larged. revised and reissued by I. Workshop.
I you are required to file your answer the aTown Improvement Fresh: Fish & !
41t3.; J24.C with,the Clerk of this Court and to Peter Sibley.Kingsland *Company in 1887 and 1901; I Among the more important
FURNISHED APi ON BEACH t serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff -\, Georgia. at, public sale: to the highest and best items of business transacted were
notified that
TWO BEDROOM SHINGLED I' Phone 261.4944 after 2: : -or plaintiffs attorneys whose I above You.named are hereby petitioners Samuel Nas I adder for cash at the front door oi the workshop and the organization -
name and address is: sau County Courthouse in Fer Shrimp Daily ;
P house for sale, Five Points. On p.m. OI BARKET & STTELOtJEANNIS, 804, by and his wife. Maria Nasby. have the I a' :Beaeb. Florida between 11:00 of adult basketball teams.
filed amended in
: an
Lynch Building Jacksonville 2. Florida I 2:00 on February 4th.
100 150 wooded Phon !
x lot ? above-styled Court for the adoption of and the Orders Are Our
GARAGE not'later than February 7th 1963. 1963. The president principal Special' Specialty :
UNFURNISHED child named therein and you :
2G1-5510. J24p If you fail so to do, Decree Pro a e'rSD. OXLEY and
-- --- Mrs. D. A. Kelly, 214 S. 7th Confesso will ,De' e tertc. against yub are required to show cause why the TW O. OXLEY, made customary comments
ON5 1062 RAMBLER Ameri- St .tfcDOWNSTAIRS for the relief demanded in the Com same should not be granted defenses bf ser, if I j&Hy JCLERK CIRCUIt, COURT closed with a lively discussion DOUGHERTY SEAFOOD COMPANY :
of written ,
Ing a your
This suit is to forecluse a copy ( Seal
Court )
I_ I :r to the basketball teams-
,_ At. pertaining
can, 2 door DLX 8 mos. old. mortgage. The real property proceeded any. upon Albin C. Thompson Jr BhMlUKincaid Poucher I .Harris

Excellent condition. My equity J APARTMENT: against' is- Avenue torney for rernandina Petitioners.Beach._ 303 Atlantic}'lorirt3.1 I 1112 'Damett? 43ank Building? The P.T.A. banners were won .Open Daily 7:00 A.M. To 7:00 P.M. :

$300 or trade lot car of qua Unfurnished. Corner of 4th and The teen East(It) ,on half the(E'ii West) of'side Lot of Four Oxford and by filing the original thereof. with : Attorneys Jacksonville,. 'for 2,Plaintiff Florida .,',?*:,\!. by the first grade, section two,', Oul Block Nprih( of Atlantic Avenu$ On Front Street
Iwfirethe i
of said 1. .
the Clerk Court. on )f -- .
value and take up payments Calhoun Street across street Street of, the Lincoln Subdivision 6th day of February, 1963; other- n" : ", : ": 1.24 Mrs. McKinney, sponsor; and by Phone 2614811 Melvin Dougherty, Prop. .- ,

$!7.12 per month. Phone 26$- from school. (CSt, Joseph's ).ca., in Section Five ((6)) Township >Vise' & Decree may be entered agaltst '. \ --":\. the seventh grade Mrs Pleas..' 'rQU BUSINESS IS APPRECIATED '

3775. ,..' .' J24c, demy). ,Phone 261-4200 or 261-: Three Four ((24),((3J), North East.: ,, Rang containing* Twenty.one. you WITNESS granting my said hand adoption.and the :s.eal r.f l'r'pJBLIC NOTICE ants, sponsor. : .

tic "half '(*) 38.00. said Court at Fernandina Beaa Nassau TO CREDITORS -
1958 FORD % TON phyvod WITNESSrnyhand' and'the seal of ilW VOTICE -,' '
pickup, County, Florida. this 14 day of "TT-LFLORIDA, STATUTES I :
said Court lernanoina. iUMdv :tV- December, 1962. : it.1I1IFcOCBT'. S S ....
enclosed back. OF. 'THE COUNTY
e'ondb< :
Gwjd 1tien. BEDROOM furnished apt.: .
TWO December A 11.2L5' ,
Ida this.21st vday of SEAL) D. 0 OVLLY ..yE. NASSAU COUNTY, 1LOR f
$600. Angus Associates, Close in downstairs, garae S Clerk of the Circuit CourtS IN PROHATE. -

2615976. ,. 'tic and .,.prnate entrance, 1hon ,(COURT. SALt ol tie' 'QI:;j.J..,.ut..wrt.' 0, OXIEYUrk Fourth Judicial Circuit fn and 1 I _Estate of '
t >S S -> For _Nassau County, tate of Ia jChristopher, Deceased. BEACH j
to id- : 1-J. U), 17. ;4aitjBLIc FERNANDINA TIDES
CO&N MINUET ORGAN 2 261-4227 for appointment :.L. : Florida. To All Creditors and Persons lining ,
tfcTWO : I By J. Warren Jackson. Sr,. D. C. Claims or Demands Against Said Es .
years old $1700 when new, sacrifice ipect NOTICE ,4t 110,17.24,31 I tate: _, .
-- ,You and each of you are hereby .
for Phone 201-3313.

," tfe -BEDROOM entrance., FURNISHED: 421 N S IN JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT: '.,CIRCUIT' COURT OF,. FLORIDA.S FOURTH. PUBLIC' NOTICE I I.claims Notified: and and demands required to which present you any or COURTESY OF TrfESE' MEU'cffANTS, .Ail BUSINESS MEN :

private .
S < NASSAU COUNTi, FLORIDA .LN IN TH&'JUVENILE COURT IN AND I either*pyou..- may have' against the -. ". :
3rd. tc estate QMar 3n Christopher, deceased. : -
----1-._: IIU FOR NASSAU COUNTY- ,- STATE- late of said County to the'Count ,,' ..-- --. ... -. .. ,
tuge a real buy. Term* -- S OF "
of Nassau ,
Judge County Florida at I
ALEXANDER APTS LENA BELLE GORDON. \ TilE LVTEREST bF, his office in the house of saidI '
Avenue :
Fletcher )
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rear '" S I :
Plaintiff '' White Male Child j '
-S :\ BABY George'Machine ,
County at Fernandina Iteach.
Write Mr. Geisel, 425 N, W. MODERN, FURNISHED APT' HoV MANSVR 5 ., .FAWWAL and :ZAIIIEII NOTICE OF FILINtJ PETTTON FOR I within six calendar months from Florida.the Henry J J. LonnonCONTRACTOR ..

122nd Str et, Miami{ Florida 837 N. Fletcher, No. 2. > M. FAWWAL', his wife"tt aL, FERMANENT: CHILD JTO A \,COMMITMENT LICENSED CHILD OF time of the first publication of this: SuburbanShore :
furnished $55 month: S S J S DefendantS notice. Each claim or demand shan
water ; .
1. PhW NOTICE oF. SUIT ADOPTION be in: writing and shall stat the place :
S round. Apply Apt
year (,f residence and post offict addressof -
USED BICYCLES $5.00 and tfc 'the'State :ol FloridaTO (3911) (4a) the and shall be S -:7N..hdS .
2613114. sworn toby .
the claimant, his 'or attorney o. : :
agent -
up. All sizes and makes. Call S RAKER, his. wife: Residence, WHOM" IT MAT CONCERN: S S kA11LtiAi5 rk
and such claim
any or demandnot .vuCssiflCyyO:
upstair* Unknown You are hereby notified that a peti. MODERNIZING .:
2614482. tic TWO BEDROOM apt. so filed shall be void. '" --
.. electric kitchen. :You are hereby notified that a suu. tion under oath has been filed in the .Leatta MitchellAs Welding
furnished. All hat .been filed against you in the above styled Court for the permanent administrator of the Estate of BUILDING REMODELING ,., SERVING ALL ,'
Clt.\IN LINK FENCE highest Phone 261-52C9 or 261-3230. tfc above 'cause!; avi, Jut von are hereby commitment of Baby "X', a white As executor of the Last Will and Marine
quality, lowest price. Phone required ,to' file your answer: with the I male child whose true name is unknown Testament of Repairs YOUR NEEDS IN
Clerk .of, this Court., and to serve t born on or about the 30th. day Marian Christopher Special 'Service To
Fernandina Beach, 2615032. tIc DECK'APTS.. Complete. deceased.By !
UPPER of December found on January
1962. ;
125 South 2nd Street
copy thereof upon, the plaintiff or By: Mercury N. Kavouklis LP GAS AND .
ly furnished including TV plaintiffs attorney. whose name and 2nd. 1963 abandoned in an automobile Attorney for Administrator Shrimp 'TrawlersAll (
SINGER SLANT-0-MATIC Sew. address is? Harvey JJabry 1025 Barnett parked in the parking area in front of i rernandma Beach, Florida4t
$18.75 per week till June 1. Bank Building Jacksonville 2. the "Playbill Cocktail Bar andLounge" Phone 261-5200 -: Work Guaranteed GAS APPLIANCES :
ing machines parts and repairs 1 24. 31, 2 7, 14
any make. Inquire Mather Also room and board. Phone Florid not A.D.. later 1963 than '21st day of ( ) miles, located south of approximately Callahan Florida threeS _ _ Open 8 :a.m. to 5 p.m. C

Jurmture, Wm. Rhodes, repre. 261-3118._ tfc February.U you fail to do so, decree pro con- on U. S. highway No. 1. to a Licensed PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE S Monday' Thru Saturday 7 South 7th St.
fesso, will be entered against you fotthe. Quid Placing Agency for subsequent Phone-s.- Dar 261-37111uTi14q'iL'I'
sentative. tic FURNISHED relief demanded in'the complaint. adoption and you are hereby'com'
manded to be'and in the above FOR Nif Kt 2510533TIDES. Phone 261-3661
The nature of said suit being for, appear S TAX DEED :
BUY A HOMESITE on the Nas- apt. on beach, year round $60 foreclosure of ,Mortgage encumbering court at the county courthouse. Fer See. nUl, F. S. : ; _h .
River Beautiful High mo. Howard Hammond, 261. the following described property, situate nandina Beach, Florida at 2:00 P.M NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
iu the % of ,
o'clock on lst. day February
Nassau to-wit
in County : Afro-American Pension Bureau the< :
and dry lots at Nassauville. 3733. tIc All of Lots numbered 2 and 3 in A.D. 1963. and to show cause whys holder of the following certificates has Complete Line of : j
Block numbered It of the Town >ld Petition should not be granted. ;
filed said certificates for
Others with waterfront privil. a tax deedto ,
Witness hand as the Judge of MercuryParts
UNFURNISHED h of Milliard.: Nassau County, FlorIda be Issued thereon. The certificate
eges. Small down payment. SMALL se I to the of Milliard said Court and the seal thereof. this
according plat numbers and years of issuance, the
Terms to suit. Phone Franca for rent. 1310 Franklin St c.\l recorded in Plat Book' 1, at 16th. day oof J.January.E. Weatherford AD..1963. description of the property, and thnames < T. H. KING :
261-5277 for further information.1 Page 28, of the Public Records of in which it was assessed areas
Ellis, POpular 5-2C61,, Jackson Nassau County Florida Judge4t follows .
ville. Tic. tIe (SEAL) 1-17. 24., 31, 2." Certificate No. 154 Yeu"of Issuance BORUM BOATS S :

S Witness my hand and the seal of i 1954"Description GATOR TRAILERS Add 20 ,Minutes Far PHOTO SHOP
BEDROOM downstairs said Court at rcrnandina Beach, I PUBLIC NOTICE of Property: Block 1. Lot !
Florida this 10th day of January, AD. 8 American Beach Firnandinl'Ilsrbor .
100 X 145. $10 down $10 furnished apt Year round. $55. irf3.! i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE Name in which assessed: Afro-Ameri LASSERREMOTOR Roll Processing *
S- '
i can Pension Bureau. -
per month. Call Howard Hammond 126 S. Fletcher. Phone 2613138tfc. Clerk of the Orcuit Court I flORIDA I\ AND FOR NASSAU Certificate No. 125 Year of Issuance CO.HIGH' LOW : :- :

2G1-3733. t'; Nassau County, Florida 1 COUNTY. IN CHANCERY CASE 1952 S S Developing & Printing
_...,-- -i- IA copy 'of the complaint filed hereinIs I NO. 2603. Description of Property: Block 5, Lot S. 8th St. Ph. 261.3819 Saiurday Jan. 2 h' :
SHERWOOD FOREST nice attached to the copy of this notice' IERNNDINA FEDERAL SAYINGS 35 American Beach. ,
TWO BEDROOM unfurnished which is mailed to each defendant for I AND LO\\ ASSOCIATION a Name in which assessed: Elizabeth Kodak Film
shady lots, 100 x 100, locatedon house. whom a residence more specific thana corporation, Tucker S 842; a.m. 2:29: a.m. :

Amelia Road one quarter statt or county was given in the. Plaintiff Certificate No. 215 Year of Issuance 8:57p.m. 3:13
sworn statement filed herein by the i vs. 1944Description : p.m. Photo SuppliesMovieColored :
mile from 5 Points. Phone 261- TWO ROOM furnished ipartmenl plaintiff, ,his agent or attorney.) I. LENNOX i. BRANCH and LA DONNA ,of Property: Block 5. Lit Going Fishing ;
$ 5421. I S 4t 117,24.31.27 BRANCH husband and wife. 41 American Beach. Sunffaj, Jan.. 27th :
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ifH. Defendants. Name, in which assessed: AfroAmeri'can Regular ;
NOTICE OF SALE Pension Bureau. Visit Us For 9:27 a.m. 3:18 a.m -
t TWO NEW BRICK, three bed.JI F. SAHLMAN PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE Notice if hereby given that pursuant Certificate No. 108 Year of ,Issuance : : ; Weddings
final of foreclosure Complete Line Of 9:44: p.m.3:59
to 11 decree 1942 p.m. .
room, den, 1% bath homes, 150 PHONE 214221 '
entered o numbered 2603 in
TO CREDITORS cause Description of Property: Block 8 Lot Tackle
foot frontage. $11,950 with $500 I'LORID.stATl'TES the Circuit Court of Nassau County ,H American Beach. Fishing Monday t Jan. 2dtn Portraits by Appointment Only '

FHA or VA. IN THE COURT Of THE cot'NtY'JrDGE. Florida. liWill'Itsaau sell the property situated Name in which assessed: AfroAmerican Rods .' Reels .
NASSAU FLORIDA .! In County Florida described Pension Bureau. "
:* HELP WANTED ,. IN LVPROBATE COUNTY. as ( Certificate No. 112 Year of Issuance Outdoor Camping 10:14 anl .: 4:07 ajn. Studios At aEquIpment Ash St.
TWO BEDROOM t HOUSE 5 la It: 'Estate of Lot Nineteen (19). RAYON TERRACE 1958. 10:33 p'-m.; 4:46.jp.m.
I JOI1X MILLER. Deceased Subdivision according to Description of Property: Block 16, Lot
Pts. area, $4300 with" $S00, down, I WHITE LADY to live in and care T' All Creditors ltd Persons HavtafCUlas plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 12 American Beach Sub No. 2 Tuesday' "Jan. 29th Phone 261 -A586
3. 31, of the public recordsof ,
$3P month. If Demands Against Said Et- page Name in which assessed: Uljsses G. I
I for three small children for Nassau County, n rida. # I room and board. Phone 26i.4te.t. Ute.You and each of you ,are hereby notified -. at public sale to the highest and best C Lficate No. 110 lear of Issuance 11:02, (un, 4:58: a.m. J :
4 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, builtin and' required to, present any bidoer for cash. at the Easterly North BEACH SUPPLY; 11:26p.m. \,5':36' 'p.tri. .
tfc of Nassau
caiins and demands yhich'1ou.. or Front Door the County Descton; of property Block 15. Lot .
$500 range down,, $oven lOt frigerator"j I estate either of of John you. may Miller., have deceased-late aeainst the Courthouse Loa, between In 11:00 Fernandina A.M and Beach.2:00 Flor P.M.. Namem 1 American which Beach assessed Sub No.: 2 Dorothy' 112 Atlantic Are '2 MI82 iVedftesday\ Jan. "30th' .. :

the 4th. day of ISO.s. '
of said County to the County Judge on February Livingston.
SITUATION of Nassau County, }florid at his office .I. D. O Oxley Certificate No. 114 Year of Issuance 11:55 'ajn' 5:52 a.m. Floor Sanding ;:- ::
D. 0. Clerk. :
OWNER WILL SACRIFICE 2 in the court house of said Coun.: 1958 I ,
apt house $7500, $500 down, I WANTED ty at Fernaadma Reach Florida with-! (SEAL) Description of property Block 13 Lot -'S 628pm.: C S
!I iavsix calendar months from the time: It 1-24 5 American Beach No. S See Na. 2
approximately" $70 month.S .- of the first publication of this notice. I II Name in which assessed: Sanyiel (I. Shoes For Men Thursday! Jan. 31st Refinishing :
ftt: I wants I Ii I Each claim or demand shill.be in PUBLIC NOTICE"NOTICE ,Lewis.iui .
RELIABLE girl Titin& and shall state the place of of said property being in the 12:22, ajn.6:52 'J :
$too, APPROXIMATELY $70 regular' days work. I residence and, post office: address of IS HEREBY lIVEN that County of Nassau. State of Florida. a.m. Floor TileWaxing
mb'nth buys 3 ',bedroom ,house I;i 2614814.'J24c I l the claimant and shall be sworn to an order dated December 31 1962 has Unless such certificate or certifi- REPAIRS WHILE, 12:52:. p.m.;' 7:25 p.m.: : :
oak S by the 'claimant,"his-agent, or 'attorney been Issued by the undersigned authorizing tate> Shall 'be redeemed according to S "
with floors, chain link fence and any such claim or demand the name of the OIL SCREW law the property described in.J. clJ YOU WAIT :'Friday :
:F& 1stl:23
-.; connected, to. sewer. COLORED GIRL desires five day j!not. .-filed shaU be void. PATH official number 264,915 owned certificate or certificates win be sold lfl.
TIMOTHY aMMONS by SEAFOOD SERVICES INO, of to the highest bidder at the courthouse '
John T. Ferreira & SoD wcek \\ork. 1230 Beech St. or 1 S As administrator'of the Estate of which Fernandina Beach Florida is door \m the first :Monday inJ40nthl i >Ja.' 7i55 ajn.l4"p.w. Paul E. Hanuit

508 Atlantic Are. Phone 2'\-5571 call 261-5360. J24p :. S JOHN MILLER..deCeased, : the home port to be changed to February ISO which. is the Shoe Hospital, : 8:25 pjn. (
THOMAS 0; HALL HA WIC. of February 19&.1.iWs .
Attorney for' Administrator THOMAS G BALL 3rd. day January, 1961 : &'
QUAIL LIVE or dressed $1.25 U North Fourth Street Deputy Collector of Customs In D. O. Oxley I 'TldisCotsntej Phone 261-4609
each. 100 of for less. Fernandina Beach. Florida. Charge Port of FernandinaUeach. of Circuit Court of 9 North 4th Street Coast&, Gsndette'urvej- ;
more I Trade At Home First publication January 17th. 1963.14T4,3I.23, S : florida S. Nassau County. Florida .... .
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ST. PETER CLA VEK'S ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL News From; :: -- ----- rialms-Claim-blanks were'mailed I' igh-- pecd'eiettronic'computers
Church ,
CIlURClIh CHURCH a-, '-f''' out 'to all permit holders, January I' the University of/jjlorida are

Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd, 5th Neil L, Gray, Rector L j: ,used to predieY'the state's

Sunday 7:30 am. 7:30 ajn. _...... Holy Communion The Ret t Farmers and. commercial fishermen -. University;j: pattern. Recent com-

Sunday Mass ., ...._. -. 2nd, 4th 10:00 ,a.m. __ Choral Eucharist ServicesST. Centeri.: ., : receive'_a four-eent refund 1 analysis shows December to
Sunday 11:30 a.m. ,11:15 ajn. Church School Classes I i.! from the gasoline tar. The total I an increasing rate of em

I PAUL'S ,LUTHERAN BY S.NDYnrSANDRO' !t.-, refund last year was $303,903. I over. other months
T. V. REPAIRSWashing Amelia City Near IntersectionAU >
Playschool in the Game Room January',Deadline 'v. (

A. F. Gerbhardt, Pastor at 9:30 a.m., Joan.Bean, Instr. For Application of iFft1ri:

Machines and All AppliancesALL gOO a.m. Morning Service Adult ,Ceramics Class in the, .,;
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Gas Tax Refund +" -
9:00 a.m. Sunday School Ceramics Room at 9.30 a.m..1 ,4

MODELS ALL MAKES Martha Jean Puletti, Instr. I TALLAHASSEE ..:.. 'State .
BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH Ballet Class ((3 and 4)) In$ the I Comptroller Ray & Green today ,

APPLIANCE SALES & SERVICE 429 South 6th Street Auditorium at 10:00 a.m., Julanne yarned slaje farmers and com : .,. 1

4 I Rev. John O'Neil, Pastor Owens, Instr.T": mercial fishermen to file applications -

YOUR G.E. DEALER I Sunday Services: Ballet Class ((5 and 6)) in the for gasoline tax refund '

261.5022 Any Time 30 Northed. Street 10:00 A L Sunday School Auditorium at 3:30 p.m., Julanne 1 claims by January ,31. I
11:00 A.M. Morning Worshm Owens, Instr. The Comptroller l said.unless the ,

6:30 p.m. _......r.- B.T.U. Ballet Class (7-9)) in the Audi applications were received by ,his ,
/, 7:00 P.M. Men's Prayer Service torium at 4:30 p.m., Julanne. office by hat: date those eligible i I .

.rt 7:30 pjn. Evening Worship Owens, Instr. for' refunds'would lose that right nu x

Tuesday: Atlantic Avenue Playground,1 as prescribed by Florida law.

R 7:00 p.m. Visitation supervised play, 3:30., 5:30 p.m:,. Green said'e'nly farmers and. ,
commercial fishermen ''who Jiave
Hugh Sides, Supv. ,
1962 permits are, eligible to file
Senior Citizens in the Conference ,:
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PAINT Rev. J. TV Dunnam Pastor Room ,at 7:15 p.m. : ,
w- Worship Services: 8:30 A.M Rubinoff Violin Concert in the
WALL (tO OC PORCH & QC 11:00 A.M. Auditorium at 8:00: pm. Playschool, in' the Game Roomat ;< J

LATEX- ?*.7 J Gal. DECK. FOR $3.7 JV Gal. 7:30 P.M. 9:30: a.m.v. Joan Bean,' Instr.
'. Morning '"The Power of Pente- FRIDAY, JANUARY 23: Ballet Class_ ((6 yrs.) in the
WHITE & NEW SPRING CONCRETE AND cost" Auditorium .at 10:00: a.m., Julanne. '
Sub-Teen Club in the Game: ,
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COLORS 'OOD PATIOS Owens, Instr.; t
_. Evening "The Shadow .Of .AMan" Room at 7:15pm.: : t d I
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Brownie'"Troop$55 in.the'GameRoom ,
NE1AND USED ,FURNITURE] Cancer Society in ,the Confer .. ;.," ;-
at 3vOa;to'm.;: r \1 '. ,
A.M. ;
School 9:45
Sunday :
Room at 7:30 t
SHIELL'S SWAP SHOP Training, Union 6:15 P.M. ence p.m. Tap Dance" .Class' :"'in' the' Auditorium : .'

Phone 261.4572x Prayer Service .._..._.. Wednesday SATURDAY JANUARY 26: :.at 3:30. ; p.m., Julanne'
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7:30 P.M. (Owens, Instr., 1'4;
- Teen Club in the Game Roomat Ballet.Class ((9-11) in the Audi, .
. 7:30 .
. p.m.MONDAY torium at 4:3Q'p.m., ., Julanne
Owens, Instr. .
e Atlantic Avenue ,Playground,
2nd 4.
. Sunday Mass 4th
Children's Art Class in the Art supervised play, 3:30: 5.30 p.m; ;
Sunday __ 7:30 a.m. f
Room at 3:30: p.m., Faith Britton, Hugh ,Sides,:Supv. :
Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd ,
. Instr, Ceramics Class (10( and} 11)) in .
5th Sunday, 11:30 -
a.m. r
II Y t Atlantic Avenue Playground, the Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m.:,' ) ;>
nor $ ,M t yc Daily Convent 8 a.m. supervised play, 3:30.5:30: p.m., Martha Jean Puletti,, Instr. ; I
. Saturday Chapel
Hugh Sides,' Supv. Island Squares Club in the ,
, \k 6:30 Communion in Convent 'I .. .
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. I ?N l V Teen-age Ballet Class in the Auditorium: at 7:30 .pm. I
6:30 P.M. Young People'sMeeting.
Auditorium at 3:30 p.m., Julanne Barbershop Quartet in the Con
Owens, Instr ference Room tj 8:00 pm. I "

.. TABERNACLE* CHURCH* BAPTIST* Owens Auditorium. Pre-teen, Instr.Ballet at 4:30 Class pjn., Julanne in the :WEDNESDAY Girt Scout Troop, JANUARY l08"in'30r" the' f @ FAOTOflY'FRESHBATTERI'

., < s Amelia Road Phone 261-3487 Adult Ballet Exercise Class in Game Room at 3:00: p.m. @

.. Rev Loyd Chambers, Pastor .the Auditorium at 8:00 p.m., Jul Atlantic Avenue Playground,
. \ % Sunday School _.... 10 a.m. I anne Owens, Instr. supervised play' 3:30- :: 5:30: 'pm.,

.. Morning Worship __.._- 11 a.m. Jaycees in the Conference Roomat Hugh Sides, Supv. ES
. Evening Worship _.._._ 7 p.m. 8:00 pm. Ceramics Class ((12 and 13)) in
. Wednesday Service _._ 7 p.m.FERNANDINA Adults and Teens Ceramics the Ceramics Room at. 3:30 p.m.,
Martha Jean Puletti, Instr. .,
. Nw r a in'the
fa Class Ceramic Room at 730 .
. ft Adult Ceramics Class! in the
. BEACH CHURCH p.m., :Martha Jean Puletti, Instr
ftoom ,
. Ceramics at 7:30 p.m., Mar
. OF CHRIST tha Jean Puleiti,:Instr. '
. Hubert Gibson, Minister
. Bible Study 10:00 A.M. .:;
t'J Worship Service 11OC A.M. CHURCH Playschool. in the:.Game' Room'
1 I Evening Service 7 p.m. Rev A. Z. Knight, Pastor at 9:30: a.11LJ Joan Bean,. Instr., ':
L I Sunday School __, 9:45: a.m.
, Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 Adult Ceramics Class in'tbe
( 1 p.m. Morning Worship ,_ 11 a.m i Ceramics, Rqwn:at',93Q; a.mn Mar: !?
1 r 1'GetthejumponiackFrostwith,1 '* '* Training Union, ,.......... 7:00 p.m. tha,Jean Puletti, Instr., '
Evening Worship 8:00 p.m. Ballet Class '((3 Jmd '4)) in'*the
PROPHECYRev. Wed., Night Prayer Auditorium .10.00"' Julanne 1 EXCHANGE, EXCHANGE
at a.m., .
II. C, Pastor
Drury, .
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Meeting '
.. ... I p.m.. Owens, Inatn. :
10:00: a.m. ., Sunday School '
Wednesday: Ballet Class. ((5 and t) in the. V :
': 11:00 a.m. Morning Service 7:45 .., ,. ... Prayer Meeting Auditorium' at :3:30 p.m., 'Julanne: OIL
7:30 Evangelistic Service
p.m. "r Owens, Jnstr. : *;
W.MB. FIRST, ASSEMBLY OF GOD Ballet Class ((7-9)" in the Audi-';
STANDARD 7:30 p.m. Wednesday V.LB. Young Rev. E. A. Lewis, Pastor 4:30 .
torium at pm, Julanne
People, 10:00 ajn. __ Sunday School Owens, Instr,. ,1 ;,_'., Lode's Standard Service Station
11:00 a.m. ,__ Worship! Service Atlantic V Avenue Playground. .

CHURCH OP GOD 6:30 p.m. C. A. Youth Services supervised play,. 3:30; ,* 5:30*.plmr "
; BURNER OIL Cor. 4th and Cedar Sts. 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service Hugh Sides.' upvf .. South 8th Street
i t Rev, L Marvin Johnson, Pastor Thursday mid week service -: Cub Scout: Pact) ":Np, t1.1in., the '
10,00 a.m. ._, Sunday School 7:30 pjn. Game Room' 'at ,715.p.m... '. '''I<'.; ..XY(1'.', .: _

,.... 11:00 a.m. Morning Service -- -- -'-... -- --r-- ---- --- ----.- --.' ------ '. --- 1
YP>>E. Friday Evening 7:30 p.m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN

"Warms almost/ like ,Summer"p 7:30 pjii. ._. ., Evening Service CHURCH
Prayer meeting Wednesday Rev. John Dozier, Pastor Everything piles up handsomely in Chevy E including savingsImagine .;

N 7:30 p.m. Worship Services; _.. 8:30: A.M
Don't let the first real cold-snap catch you 11:00 A. M.;; a low loading wagon roomy enough to this one goes and goes on n gallon. They grow

with your fuel tank empty. Be ready for GOOD SHEPHERD EPISCOPAL Sermon: "The Inscription For The 1 handle most anything=you can heft-and still CHEVY I with brakes thatadjust themselves'An exhaust

CHURCHNeil I Heart" trim enough to slip into cramped parking spots system that lasts, longer. And a Delcotron
cold weather, whenever it comes, by letting L Gray Vicar Sunday School 9:45- A.M We.imagined it, built it and called itXJhevy I I. generator that keeps battery reserve power up. -

: us till Yheatpacked our storage now with clean-burning,' ) 3:50 a.m. Holy Communion I. Youth Meetings _00 6:00 P.M. Made:'it as dependable as a wagon can get, crWEVao r Want to hear more? How about a low price,

STANDARD BURNER OIL. Morning Prayer1EMORIAL .1 And, made it so it'll keep piling up sayings natty interiors,Body by Fisher craftsmanship,
rf I NORTH 14th STREET over'the-years. Those snow up in the way Keeps Going Gr at _and a talk with your Chevrolet dealer soon! ;,
The combination of STANDARD BURNER .
CHURCH Rev. Ran Humphreys,'Pastor :
: ....l:. ,OIL and our prompt, dependable deliveries .;; 1 John L. Jones,.'pastor I 9:45 a.m. ___ Sunday School)
10:00 Sunday School 11:00 Morning Worship
: a.m. : a.m
.; .. will put an end to your heating.. worries. .,.. 11:00 ajn. __ Morning' Worship I 7:00 pjn. ._,_......._ B.T.U.

, : ." Call us now for your fuel-oil requirements.STANDARD 6:15 p.ra. _' MYF Supper & Programs S:00 p.m. Evening Worship FYt dy *fyi .
I. Mid Week Services
1:30'p.m. -
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1' 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship Wednesday
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CHURCH At Five Points

.-.- ,.-- J. W, Keen, Pastor Carl Gold, Factor
9:45: ajn. Sunday School Phone 26145 '! =i 1 o

.w [ ] H. F. STONE/JR. Agent 11:00 a.m. ,,.,.t Morning Worship | Sunday School 10 ajn.i __ "

. w .OIL 6:30 p.m. _,... ., Training Union i Morning Worship 11 aja. i:1 jV V _
... "Our Business Is Serving You" 7:30: p.m. Evening Worship Young People's Endeavor
,. w I Wednesday prayer service, 7:*r 7 p.m. Sun. V '

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