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Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: January 31, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME 20 FERNANDINA BEACH FLORIDA: THURSDAY JANUARY 10 PAGES THE ISSUE 7 &
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/UGIfamJ I jjd t ij j i: Planned Scaeek

1J r _._ Activity For Boy


xk'cs
OiJ s, e Tom Lannon was renamed District *
i Chairman of the Nassau
1 1 \ District, Nth Florida Councilof ,
m .the Boy Scouts of America, at I II I
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the annual dinner Thursday. t I
4fj I night /at Seaside Inn. I I
L1 t I Ik Ay,
Next Thursday begins Boy Principal speaker at the din-

''f Scout Week and it's a goo<| time ner was Florida's top Scouter,
to count our blessings for the k AiLW Ia R. ,E. Phinney, general managerof
fine l local organization. Cone .+ s jhe local mill of Container

out to the parade, the expositionand s Corporation of America.
all other activities! and let a a Phinney is chairman of Sec a

the Scouts and their leaders tion 5 of Region Six of the Boy
know you're interested. The men Scouts of America and holds the

who work with these boys are I coveted Silver Antelope Award.He .

dedicated to their purpose and in told the large number attending __ _
many cases filling voids in _
are _
the dinner of the early _
the life of the with
youngsters/ _
days of Scouting, how it was _
whom they come in contact. More founded
I in England in 1907 by
leaders are needed and it mightbe Lord
Baden-Powell and how it
good time for long look r
a a
'\was initiated in this country in ,
at what you, too, might be able THIS GROUP OF LOVELY YOUNG LADIES from Callahan High School will competefor 1900. rgOFFICERS

to do for your boy or a neigh. I the "Miss Nassau County" title in the annual beauty contest to select a "Queen," "The only reason Boy Scouts ",

bor's. Find out what you can do I Saturday, evening, February 9, in the Municipal Auditorium. Pictured, front row from ever 'go out of business,' 'i Phin ;;",+. -' ,,

to expand Scouting here and vol. I left, Sharon Crawford, Carole Bailey, Alice Lee, Angela Crews, Dorothy Bedford, ney stated, "is because of the

unteer your services. Brenda Smith, Barbara Bailey and Joyce Fletcher. Back row, Lynda Conner, Delores lack of adult leadership. OF THE NASSAU DISTRICT of the North Florida Council, Boy Scouts of

In the '* fancies'* turn to Hogan, Janice Sheffield Deloris Williams, Sharon Bray, Janace Grunig, Fay Willis, He singled out Ralph Wood, America, were installed at the annual dinner Thursday night at Seaside Inn. Left to

many things.spring Young men to Carol Mallard and Janet Brown. I _Photo. by Tom Davis who ha* given 19 years to Scouting right, Jerry Stauffer, advancement chairman; Dr. Ben Dickens, health and safety

thoughts of love, baseball fans I leadership locally, as an example chairman; Tom Lannon, renamed as district chairman; Pete Schuilinjf, organizationand
to and the Chest- of the fine work that can extension chairman; Thad Lee, vice chairman and Fred Townsend, commissioner.
spring training sea. Community 70 Girls Seek
McKendree Takes be done in molding the youth of i
'Other officers in
son opener, young ladies to their I not picture, are listed in an accompanying stop .
our nation.
United Fund Annual i
Easter outfits, etc. But this : Title 'In further citing the need for *
spring, and it's not too far off, ,: Initial Steps OfReclassific'ation Meeting TonightThe In "MissNassau" Ieleaders in Scouting and the i R. B. Bailey To
I that fancies will 'tv
hope
many need for the continued interest \, :. '
turn to thoughts of cleaning '' annual meeting of the \\ \
up :
Contest
and enthusiasm of those already I
the outward Nassau County Community d''W
city's appearancethat active, Phinney said "you show Head Merchants
is. Vacant lots continue to Chest-United Fund is set for tonight As February 9 draws near, a me a unit with effective operating ,f" : .. ::
r be eyesores and it's past time The first step in a programby at 8:00: in the conferenceroom charming group of Nassau Coun- leadership and I'll show you "'''';''', ,'

that something should be done. I Nassau County Tax Assessor at Container Corporation ty high school girls i is, making a unit that goes on and on." For Coming YearR. 1 ; .'w_ \
Which club will be first to volunteer I Eddie McKendree to reconsiderall of America. hurried preparations for an important with impressive {
I The dinner began an 1
their efforts in spearheading I ad valorem ,assessments in the Reports from various chairmen event, Thursday, February opening ceremony by B. Bailey has been electedto '**
a clean-up drive. county began Tuesday with a will be heard and new directors 7, from 7/9( p.m., is the time Scoutmasters Bob Fincannon and serve as president of the Fer
move toward classification of will be ,elected. I set aside for rehearsal of the Ernie Valero. Dick Galphin delivered I nandina Beach Merchant's Assn.
How near are we to becominga all rural lands.DicKendree President Frank Hawks pointsout "Miss Nassau County" beauty the invocation. for 1963, and was installed at a
federal province? Probably a ; met with represen- that all who contribute or contest. At this meeting each After introducing everyone meeting of the body today at 10
lot nearer than even those who tatives of the various timber and work for the fund are members girl will receive a number which present and naming their function a.m. at the Chamber of Commerce Et: Jr'-2! :

are promoting such a move can pulp wood corporations that pro. and are invited to attendj I serves as her identification in Scouting, Lannon recog- I office in the Keystone Hotel. !
realize. Nevertheless the threatis duce pine in this county to throughout the contest..
pre (Continued On Page 2)) Other officers elected to serve
,, present and continues to grow sent them to a system for classifying At press time it was reported are, K. W. Robison, vicepresident W :
with each new bureau initiated the rural lands. Woman's I Club Sets approximately 70 girls are par and Lloyd Wolters, treasurer
in Washington. How long before' ticipating in the contest, which Slate .
He also solicited their aid in Jaycees .
the local problems such as Is an increase of 21 girls over
streets, sewage disposal, water identifying and applying his system Dates For Comedy last yiar. j New directors taking office CERTIFICATES OF APPRECIATION for their contribution
supplies, fire and crime prevention to the lands involved.The 'I Dick Stratton, from Channel 4, Annual Civic for three years, are, Lewis C. to Scouting during the past year were presentedat

city planning, zoning, recreation system, as explained by "Adam's I TV, will Interview ,one beauty ; Kinser, Harry Poole and E. E. the annual dinner last Thursday night. Recipients were,
social services, schools McKendree, is composed of five Evening"IT'S contestant from each high schoolon Awards Lasserre. left to right, Jerry Stauffer, Bob Fincannon, Charlie Har
and other areas are tackled by!I classes of rural I lands that are. his program, MIDDAY, Wed BanquetThe Other directors now servingare rison. Frank Walters and David Rowers. Sandy DeSandro,

the Federal Government. Remember taxable. The lowest, or first i HILARIOUS! IT'S SIDESPLITTING nesday, February 6. Fernandina Beach Junior Bill Bailey, Bert Maxwell, another recipient, was not available at time of picture.
when the subject pf Federal class, la salt marsh or similarly II IT'S A SCREAM! Ushers for the gala occasion Chamber Commerce announce Jr., T. H. King and Rudy York *

Aid comes up and you say "let* non-productive lands. Next is This ,is, what. youll} be .saying I will be members of Yulee eighth edjthis ,week that the annual :E. R. Moore is 'immediate past .
get 'ouMbare" there.Ii-one item hardwood swamps, pine..land ,h after? you've. -seen: ADAM'S, .grade They are Kay-Etheridge, Civic Awards'Banquet will -beheld president. LL Li t.
that should not be overlooked.As .1 third, improved pasture is .fourtFand EVENING, the;' three-act .corned} Becky. Sowell, Sheila 'Claxton, Thursday, Feb. T. at 7iSO; I ) 1
the fifth and highest is land to be presented by the Woman's Burdette.y
surely as aid comes so will and Bonnie Escortingthe p.m. in the ElementaryJuniorHigh j
some form of control Don't let I that is used for the productionof Club 'of Fernandina' Beach, on parade of fair maidens will Cafetorium. Hoffman Dies ) :. -

world crises overshadow the I cash crops. i Thursday and .Friday, February be Phillip Robinson and Harry Guest speaker for the occasion
ever-present problems at home. i Following presentation of the 7 and ,8.You'll. Johns, co-captains of the YuW wilt be Dale Carson, Sheriffof Here
'r i I plan the corporations were asked roll 'In the aisles at the basketball team.Everyone Duval County. WednesdayAdam

The boss, John H/ Perry, Jr., I to supply capable men for the hilarious performances of the is urged to., purchase Each year the Jaycees present ) + ,
of Palm Beach, was on TV Mon. purpose of aiding the assessorin leading players, CoL Walter I tickets in advance. Persons with an award to some individual for Heart' Attack
day night and stumped the panelof the application of the systemto Preston and Mrs. Evelyn Rylant advance tickets may enter the outstanding service to his com I .
,
"IVe Got A Secret", His sec. the rural lands and computing Other members of the cast auditorium at any time, whereas munity. Cooperating with the r j Adam John Hoffman, 69, diedAfter .f_ :
ret "I arrived at the studioin the acreage within each of the which add to the merriment, include I those waiting to purchase tickets Jaycees in the selection are the ; at his home at 429 south 5th St. '' .
submarine", Mechanically\ various categories for each Lions Kiwanis ,and Rotary Clubs. ___
a parceL : Dorothy (Sissy) Carpenter at the door will not be able to Wednesday afternoon following
minded he designed, had built The recipient of the. award y4
Mercury Kavouklis, Red enter before 7:45 p.m. a heart attack. He was a retired
and has sold the first of his Cub- i .The corporations were in accord Bean, lisa Knight, Heulette Pen- Hoops Formal dresses must be between the ages of 21 brick mason. '
marines, 2-man undersea craft. I with the basic tenets of the ton, Molly Pipkin, Press Jame Satin slippers A combination and' 35 but riot necessarily a Jay-
Born in New York State Mr
They will be used for under- proposition and have agreed to son, and CoL Eber' Phillips made for a queen. Her majesty cee.Each 4 ,; tw,.
Hoffman had made his home in
vater exploration and photo- supply the personnel requestedat We hope you'll be on hand for reigns not for .a day, but for a year at this time the Jay Fernandina
since
graphy and the Navy is interested their own expense. the opening curtain at the W 0man's year, An ever-present smile pene- cees select a recipient for their moving here Beach from 'West Palm 1930 I EAGLE SCOUTS recognized and honored at the annual
in their use. Florida was trates the most discouraged on Good Government Award and dinner were, left to right Michael Wood
The actual work began Tuesday Club Building, at 8:00: Beach. He member of St. Leary, Ralph ,
was a
richer after the sale of the first Will be there for the this presentation is also madeat I
looker.
after a further discussion of p.m., either Thursday or Fridayof you Michael's Catholic Church. Jerry Stauffer, Bob, Fincannon and H. L. Uffelman.
by $795 in sales tax and Perry the steps in the procedure and next week. "Miss Nassau County" beauty the banquet -
offered Governor Bryant a ridein contest to name "Queen" for Invitations have been' sent to The Rosary will be recited tonight i
in the
thq small sub. Bryant quipped those initiated involved reclassification program on the Tickets are available from !! 1963 11 members of the local civic clubs at 8:30 p.m. at Oxley Mortuary -i f Funeral l Friday I Requiem Mass
that "with all that is: going on Mrs. B., F. Dickens and her, com and other interested citizens may Chapel. Requiem Mass i J. ,
in Florida now, I have all I can aerial photographs. mittee, and from members of the ;attend by making reservations.. will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Fri "
do to keep my head above water. Little Women..Important. Senior Citizens Those handling reservationsare day at SL Michael's Catholic I For Mrs. Flood Held Today For
I imagine some of the New York Fire Chief .Enters Plan Rummage SaleA Jeannie Gingle at 2613921and Church, with Rev_* William J.I I ,

publishers are wishing about UF Health Center MeetingSet Rummage Sale has been Marge Leuschner'at 261- Holmes officiating. Burial will Nassau Native Mrs. Caroline
3985. Cost of the'dinner is $2.50 Long
now that they were similarly scheduled by the Senior Citizens be in Bosque Bello Cemetery. .
mechanically inclined and had For Spinal OperationFire Monday By Club, for February 14, 15, and per' person, to be paid at the He is survived by the widow, j

some sort of lucrative sideline. Chief Hoyt Lofton'left Band AssociationAn 16, to be held in the building door. Mrs. Mae Lovell Hoffman; two Funeral for Mrs. Margaret Mrs. Caroline S. Long,, widowof
Hughes Flood, 81, will be held the late Captain Nimrod
Long,
Hoffman
Tuesday for Gainesville to enter next to Perdue and Beville on sons, George Adam
Had an interesting, thoughrare the University of Florida Health important meeting of the Atlantic Ave. Former Resident and John Adam Hoffman, both i Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock in passed away Monday night in a
Fernandina Beach High School of Fernandina Beach daughter the Yulee Methodist Church, Fernandina Beach hospital
communique last week Center, where he will undergo a Hours of sale each day will be ; a
Band Association will be held Mrs. Annette Hoffman Hie- with Rev. W. Ray Finklea offi Mrs Long had made her homein
from No. 1 son, currently graduating operation. from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. The pub- ,
spinal
from boot camp at Parris suffered injuryin Monday, February 4, at 7:30 p.m. lie is invited to attend. .Rtfeert S. Griffin kox, Fernandina Beach; and a ciating, assisted by Rev. F. A. Fernandina Beach since 1944,
Island. Seems he sides with the I Lofton March a spinal 8 1962 in the band room 'at the high Proceeds, from the- sale will i\ sister, Mrs. Lena Salina of New ..Picker. coming here with Capt. Long
much maligned drill sergeants, a wreck on local ,fire. school be ysed to purchase a piano for York City.Pallbearers. Mrs. Flood, a lifetime residentof who was with the U. S. Coast
while route to
en a Dies
who are always fair targets for A nominating committee will I the C Conference Room at the Recreation I UnexpectedlyRobert will be Harry I Nassau County, passed away and Geodetic Survey prior to his

those faint of heart and short on be selected at this time and a Center where the club I Poole; Ken Sturges, D. J. Hickey Tuesday morning at the home retirementShe

what it evidently takes to be a TrndeAt Home car tag sale will be discussed. I'hold, its bi-monthly meetings. ; Shorter Griffin; 55, Robert Ferreira, Eustis Sut- tof her son, James E. Flood, in was a member of the
Marine. "They're tough but -r -- -----. I former resident of Fernandina i j ton and. Edward- J, Mahoney. Catholic Church and a memberof
'fair", he says as he lamented a'' t# Beach, died unexpectedly Sunday j I Fernandina Beach. She was the St. Michael's Catholic Church

recent case when one was shorn : a Via. night in an Albany, Ga. hospital. j oldest living member of Yulee Sewing Circle. She was. a member .
-T s>tT Mr. Griffin had made his home $112,939 Foreign : Methodist of Ladiea
of rank and fined for1 failing to I Church, and in past the Auxiliary to
don the kid gloves when hand I :in 'Cordele, Ga. since leaving this years had been quite active in Humphreys Memorial Hwpital,
recruit city 14 ago. .' : the Fernandina Beach Woman's
ling a strapping years I Aid Pulp Order the Woman's Society of Chris
While in Fernandina Beach Club, and the Founders Garden
With all the accent being he was manager of the local tian Service. Club.

placed on weight-hatching today, 1 branch of Mather Furniture Co., Goes To Rayonier \i I She was%born March 31, 1882in She is survived by two sisters,
I can't help but wonder uhy 1j and 'was active in civic and Yulee the daughter of John Mrs. Jane Webb, of New York
doesn't come up with a 7 A 1a j church affairs. He was a, past woodpulp:
someone A $112,939 order for and Mary Acosta Hughes. She City and Miss Loy Clifford of
sure-fire diet that could be utilized I 1 president of the Fernandina being sold overseas' under provisions -! was the widow of Edgar H. Fernandina Beach; and a. number
by restaurant. Not the usual Beach Lions Club and was a of the U. S. foreign aid program I Flood at Yulee for of nieces and nephews.The .
postmaster
starvation kind "but one ]member of the board of stewards has been received by the !
Rosary was recited at
thirty who her
years, preceded
would of Memorial Methodist
the normal hunger
vhere Inc. plant at Fernan-
( Rayonier in death in 1935. Oxley Mortuary Chapel at 8:20
be assuaged and you could leave l Church. dina Beach, Fla., the Agency for I Mas
Wednesday. Requiem
with a sense of fullness and yet a After moving to' Cordele, International Development: reported She is survived by two sons, p.m.
held at 10 a.m. today at :it.1lichael' .
James E. Flood of Fernandina was ,
no anxiety' about too many cal where he was affiliated with the today. .. .
ories.: I'd like to invest a little in i 1I I Griffin[ Lumber Co.. he continued The purchase by a firm in I Beach and K.. O. (Jack) Floodof Rev. William. Catbftlic J, Holmes Church offimUing. with

such a place, not only for n ed public activity until his ,Taipei j, Taiwan, is financed under Yulee; two granddaughters. .
monetary gain but so I could get untimely death Sunday. the U. S. economic development!' Mrs. Eleanor Flood Rice and
lack into last year's trousers.: t In addition to his wife, Mrs. program in the Republic of China ;t Miss Jeannette Flood, both of interment was in Bosque Bello .

off Geneva Harrelsoa Griffin of (Nationalist China)., Development -t Fernandina Beach; a grandson, Cemetery. '
Herbert Hoover established" a (Cordele, he, is survived by six agreements,, administered 1' Allen Harriman of Los Angeles, Active pallbearer were Thomas -
lamentable precedent ,when he sisters and two brothers; and a by AID, provide that American Calif.; three great-grandsons, Miller, fail Kornau, Math
was President by giving aU his H large! number_ of nieces and ne- suppliers have an opportunity to t1 Michael Rice, and Barry and uu ,N Fiala, Louis "A, Ferreira,
salary back to the governmentNow ) ]phews. receive contracts from the foreign Beryl Rice, Fernandina Beach;; E. J. Johnson, JS. and; Kenneth
it seems that they want Funeral was held, Tuesday at I country, j! and a number of nieces and ne Sturges.
else to follow suit he Cordele Methodist Church, phews.
everyone ; identified by a ; F.
Shipments are Honorary pallbearers were
RUUINOFF AND HIS VIOLIN, a top name in entertainment :t'in the U. S. and abroad ;
ft F i' rith interment in Sunnyside distinctive I color emblem! inform Interment will be in Oak Grove F. Paine, John T. Ferreira, D.
The proponents 2:of evolution for well over 30 years gave the usual fine performance at a concert here Friday night.t emete.ry. ing the people of tie foreign na:I Cemetery in St Marys, Ga. Ac- J. .-Hieley, Joseph Scofield and
would have one believe that civIlization lie is shown above with a group of the sponsoring Kiwanians at a luncheon at SeasideInn. Attending the funeral from tion; that the good; are provided tive pallbearers will be T,. 0. Walter J. ;urtfr.

had its start in tree Left to right, Jack Woodward, Rudy York, Rubinoff, President Bryan Rauschert, t his city wereV.. H. Melton andDr 1 through the U. Said, program. Godfrey, H. S. McKendree, Emory

tops.. If this were true they set Reed Lewellen and JC. Dennett* A huge crowd. enjoyed the 'concert at the municipal ][ Cecil Brewton, 'iong-time [ Walker, D. 0. Oxley, Harold,

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FERNANDINA WLEAP$ 1!! I Hiwks tAlks k Scoutlejk Sandy, DeSandro, activities (hair- trainin; J| E, : atherford, fi-
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Klwanjansin H pr. Crawford Frank .
I i r Roy man,# on th? upcoming Boy Scout nance Chairman: Dr. W. t Rod
511 STREET PHONES
ASH 3686 3687
f ,from gaufferas rffer'and Don Heafner, neigh.
week .anid< ; Jtrry ...
A ,John K. P<*.rry Newspaper Speak On Shows Rotarians I To Local Lions 'Activity ScheduleThursday Advancement Chairman 1.borhood commissioners.

Ray CaJ4'e\eU), Fdjtpr. anu MaoWr01i I I { The installation of officerswas During the meeting, apprecia
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i made by Nassau District I.tion certificates for outstandingwork

EDITORIAL A I I Prqctical; Politics : Convention Slides On Waste Problems February 7 Scout Executive Jim. Balers. of I were presented to Frank
i 4:00 P.M. All scoutsselected -
N I I ::Jacksonville. <: i Walters, Bob Fimnnon, Jerry
# ;; I BY TOMMY HALL !I Dr. Norman Crawford, professor Frank Hawks assistant resident to hold offices in the city goy, Installed! l to serveqth Lan-t[Snuffer, David Bowers, Charlie

ocut ; .. : William N. Galphin, Nassau I, of speech at Jacksonville I 1 1 I'0 manager of the Fernandina I ernment are to assemble in front non were Ttad Lee, vice chairman :: Harrison and Sandy DeSandro

it ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION County Commissioner, spoke at' University and member of SonthJacksonville ,I I I 4ivjionlof Rayonier, f ncarporatI of City Ifall jn full. uniform. ; Fred Townsend, district The annual dinner} ended with

Published Post the, KA\an5s Club meeting IJon- Rotary Club, was 1 I I I ed, was: guest speaker at the regular I 4:30 p.M. The above mentioned commissioner; Sandy, PeSandrp, I an inspiring ceremony by Scoutmasters
: Thursday and entered at the Office
Fernandina every Beach, Florida, is second class mail mattEr. (lay night on, "Practical. Poljties guest speaker at the noon l weekly meeting of the Lions i iI scouts will ride ,on the city fire activities: chairman; ,pr. Ben Ralph Wippod and Tom
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Subscription Rates: as a Public Service." I ing of the Fernandina I1eet.1( pub Tuesday night at Seaside I truck for a motor trip. throughthe Dickens health' and safety chair. I Ii Farr.
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1 l\ a year $2.25 6 months $1.25 3 Months Jack Yap, program chairman, I tary Club Wednesday at $ ,I city.5Oo i man; Jerry Stauffer,
ijnn.flanks
I $4.50 a year out of county in introducing the speaker, stat. Inn. : came to Fernandina i ; PJI.Jl scouts be ment chairman; Pete S advance-I' AU. pepartment, of Agriculture -
... ed that Galphin had begun his i Dr. Crawford is well known to_] Peach year ago from Shelton! i!I at City Ifall for ceremonies, and organization and ext study stated; "Newspapers i
t "I political career at the age.of ten I Rotarians here, having visited Wash., where be held an executive I| band concert I ;man; Howard Hanna# camping are the best medium for food I

f. I when he! was elected as a page I the club numerous$ times during i iI 1 position" with the flayonier 5J5: p.M. Ceremonies: pan4 :''fn the State Legislature in Tal the past five years. ,He is a fast J I| mill there. He js a natjve of Tacoma plays National Anthem Welcome! ': city chairman; Tommy Hernan : information on food. The punted.
.i I lahassee. I Governor of the Central Texas j! \Vash., and a veteran t of ;i 07 Jonorable Mayor F. J. Smith des public relations chairman; wdrd can be read, reread, clipped
Citing his longest period in district \ I I, 23 years with R 70nier. Swear In scouts for offices. Band Joe Alen 1 Jones, leadership : and filed.

tIt public office, Galphin stated Introduced byE.. J., Smith, : Subject of the f guest s peak r'i plays final 'number.. .
that his i service with the county' program chairman for the day, 1 address was "Waste pisPQsal" ,I Friday, February 8 I
i of Dr. Crawford showed 'slides o f and the that have :I .
has extended over a period many problems 8J5.11.: All scouts report to
i. twelve years. He also served in' the 1962 Rotary Convention held !' arisen in this field._ schoq}. .j' OTICETOHOMESTEADERS

prior rears on the City Commis- }jn Los Angeles, Calif, l last June. ] Hawks cited that !as long as 9:00 A.M. AH scouts involvedin
lion. He invited all the members to 1 this country was inhabited only fl' city government report to
S tS I 1 Galphin stated that the Com attend the next convention, to beheld :i by Indian and animals the prob- 1 City Hall Commission Room, no

missioners are like the Board oft in St. Louis, Mo., June 9-1311 lem was neglible but that with later ,than 9:00 A.M. for assign- '
I t pirectors of a corporation: ; when 1963., the' increase of the' population In'' ment.' .
k I compared Ito 'private" business, 'andthat He pointed out that those whq '
1[ l jusj 200 years. to the present 12:00 100; P.M. Lunch at,
WWJ* >- 2 X4 .n.W.+yfrfr. **. she voters or ,constituents, could: not 'attendwDUd.; have the'J pearly 200, million the problemhas :,Beach P rive In, courtesy City pf ..
,%g2a,. .if&, = c: f o an extent; resemble the stockholders opportunity t to- meet,: and hear I assumed J large proportions. Fernandma Beach. It j iVa' State Law that each Homesteader -
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y***'')ft vy nit<. tn> ; 4 litfSffJ of .
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.., and have the by Nitish Laharry Calcutta I All involvedin .
power 1:30 P.M. Scouts
[ V '* it y KN.*an;*!* 'I.* h<* *fxV *' rf*<* I Jfe added that t''e, growth; of i I. I.
1 f >* ??,r ,V't-' **ww"rM4's*>* *' ,1 I[ their vote to exercise' control, of I jndia, president' Rotary International <<: : '
t m4.. **.... .. .* )> r>>< t.t< : r 'ri ; cities and the attendant mills city government report to sfgn for
< f"k Application
i > fc.y.s *n y *v> a Renewal
**, Zf lA.. v_ ft. gj V *'llllirT-t*j''rptJKM 4 fl> the public business by1 their :selection I at .an area; wide luncheon and factories add more and more General Headquarters; expositionarea
C* A .A A A 4& i-tf i iM I ri 111 S
i ti..*., .vwt ++hteri < of the membership of the I to be held at: the George"Washington to the waste producing processes for further instructions and j each and
'
i I the Homestead Exemption
1 I Jacksonville
board. Hotel in,' = that include trash and garbage set up camp. .
He 'added, "that officeholders on February, Jj. sanitary sewage, agricultural 4:30: P.M. All scouts in .school '
should ]lend an attentive ear to In conclusion), Dr. Crawford wastes, plant, and "factory report{ by patrols to troop lead. every.yearThe.Application. Forms were
: 1 N .j I suggestions which are made to expressed his :pleasure at. the wastes, exhaust gases from yeh- erg exposition area.

., 1r .%.. .rtr I II them by constituents and to number of fine young studeqfs i ,icle? and prodpcts of consumption 6:00: 7:00 P.M., Late chowK mailed the first January to every per-
r., leave them'with the idea that attending .
.9 .f vA Awp who are Jacksonville at both home and ,factory. ( rations no cooking).
II their thoughts are being consid- University from : .'Fernandina I' Hawks pointed out that} the 7:30: P.M. "District,,campfire b]. son who claimed Homestead Exemption
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i and brushed aside I
red not
just Beach. -
i I latter twoare the principal Troop 89. :
If the suggestion i is good give for the included forms. be signed
., ; Guests meeting pauses of the problem of smog, 10:00( P.M. Taps. .last year. These must ,
the originator the credit for his Wes' Becker of "
: Rotarians currently .harassing ,such cities, i Saturday, February 9
I I wi dom. 1"Availabitity Granville; Michigan and Joe as Los Angeles. I 7:00: A.M. Reville. \ and' returned on o( before April 1 1st.r .
he said, "is a and
Wright of Jacksqnville
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) A.M. chow
The guest speaker also point* 7:15 8:15: EarlY'
fib. rII keynote of being a good. politi- and I 4
Kenneth
Witherington,
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pd out that the principal means and police troop areas.
tI cian. Politicians who ,cannot be Sturges. .." ._ ,We 'Urge"you' to cooperate wittims on this, as
11:30 A.M. Work
of disposing of wastes has always 8:15: on ex-
I 1 reached, by the people who elect Seniors at Fernandina High'who been burying in ground, hibits and demonstrations and we have beet given notice 'by the Mate Auditing

i them, once they; are in-,office, often were also .guests' .were, Albert ; dispersing! in air or dispersing generally prepare for afternoon Department Tallahassee that the, applicationsmust
CHARACTER COUNTS are .net returned. Some politicians Boles, Jr., 'Henjy .Blocker alternativeif
; in water, such as rivers and exposition. be signed, therefore we have no
II I making 'too make, the-promises mistake, most of and Bobby Douglass, :,. '..i ether streams. 11:30 1:00' P.M. Noon chow. we do not have ,the application in the office by

1i of ,which many they cannot fulfil, Hou-eyer, he said! .the' rapidpopulation 1:00: 4:00: P.M. Public invited April 1st, but to strike those from the Homestead

SCOUT WEEK FEB. 713q which creates a lack of confi Just Rnmblin'Continued growth is fast overcrowding to attend scout exposition. roll. This is your' benefit. It \vi\\\\ Dot cost you

.cout. or AMaRIc. I dence. these' natural processesand ,I 4:00: 5:00: P.M. Break. camp. anvthjni to sign ,this 'application, but i il will cost

i "It. makes for a healthy .situation ( .from Page.One) :I the' tremendous projection Special Notice you in taxes if you; do not..' .We. appreciate your
of figures for the future Scouts. not leave exposition -.
population may
:
in if the cooperation.
1 county government, up _an unusual mafrhf from treetop
.... --.--t board: can vote unanimously on to. cave, ,from.! cave to sky!',l' : emphasizes the everincreasing -I area for any reason from without .
obtaining permission Troop
.. ., the matters which come before scraper and'now from"skyscraper> ; problem. .
if
-- > 0" > I Hawks. brought out. that the i Leaders. 'There, are many wjio have not signed, you
i i it, for a, split decision gives rise down fo;"bomb::shen. r. _,' 11 '
1 KEEP AHEAD OF to f iltio1an leaves the public ,, ', ," > subject of haste disposal with I are one of, these, again we, urge you to help us
with 1 jhe feeling of a house divided -, ''It *. 'c' i which he is most' familiar and
which is of the most cQDcern Activity PlannedContinued ;and yourself by taking card of this now.
:
.against itself. Here's the :ultimate, in automation ,
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1 THE WEATHERt locally is connected with, the I
be avaiU 1
i "A politician should and attendant ,laziness, as,' ( from Page One) :
able for service in civic affairsof if this country' :wasn't'Plagued local pulp mills., nized the Eagle Scouts present, E..' N McKENDREETax
He cited that ,the mils as,
the community when in public & ,
I R. Phinney gplder of the
t t 'With enough inertia already. :! mot other manufacturers i in the 8.3
t .office. Above all a politician Many golfers! no p longer: walk l Silver Antelope ,award and RalphWood" '
.I: should conduct himself in officein Instead In golf carts. 1;,j cQqnare'; doing everything as holder "ot the Silver Assessor Nassau County
FAST EFFICIENT I but rid6 'I ,
a manner that will reflect cie can understand this ,as it is but 1 economically feasible to dit upon the people' who elected mad I waste. problems : heard from
i a' symbol of our rtish to com'ipr Reports were -
LPGASDELIVERY him, so that they will be proud te everything we start,. ex4cspt II He added that Rayonier! the E ...
to say that he is the man of shortest entire pulp industry: *..and industry 1 1l
: work, in the pos ,wm I Ir
i their choice." (l in general! has spent and .
,
SERVICE
& Kids who '' \->
sible time. today areheading "."f 1
!: A, delegation of Kiwanians, from downtown to the:r continue to spend many ,millions ,. X. : 1 f i .i' \ I : ,
'I 1 of efforts to disposeof :
dollars in :
roln f the Titusville, Kiwanis Club via their thumb, are ; uti
i beach, still V. .44' f"
BULK BOTTLE : thejr. wastes in a manner
attended as an Interclub meet- ridel when .they are I .
hitching '
whicji will' raise. the fewest _,
in their possible
ing, and had flown here block from their destina :
only a :'I >
CALL objections}) from the citi -
They were, Doyle :.
private plane.
I tion. But back to 'the ultimate, ,
I H. Frfsbee} Jr., Clyde; Grimm, a.1 zenry. I '"j; '
manufacturing firm ,has come :I .;., ;:
Bill Davis An }interesting note was injected -
Rev. Bob! Mattzalhn, but .
powered push
with
a battery .
I !
Good who have by Hawks regarding, the :
Housekeeping and Herb Johnson reel. If ,the trend 1 I r'
ton spinning '
I traveled 12,000 miles,. ,to. inter future generations will 'cost of waste disposal and who I }. :
keeps i
up '
t for it. He said that: most
club meetings in 1963. pays '
little need for hands and I .
1f ; Charles Nims of Keene, N. H. feet.have ', I people feel the cost is borne by !{ ', > '
; Gas & Appliance Co. ; was the pest of Kiwanian Cor- 'r, .I the city, the corporation, the 1 .
: .
bett. Charles Corbett and Wil- *, state or some other big i corpora ;

i I hard Fowler were Key Clubbers!! There's no such place,as Dirty,! tion. ta .: t"'t
i ii 225-5146 attending, and Bob Tarpley wasa Wash., but here, :are a few that I' Actually, he said, the taxpay- gt
I guest of the Club President, do exist: Ash, Kan.; Carpet, Tex.;} er pays for jt indirectly. He

Bryan ,Rauschert, who presided.:, Odear, Me.; .Shoo, FJa) ,{ Kay, 0.; : clarified his statement by point I
i ,rn "ASK ABOUT. OURS Houdy, Miss";'- and' Fiver Tenn ing out that if a million dollars
/ The water of Florida's Silver Then ,there could have been i 1s spent for waste disposal then ry f
!
FULL LINE OF GAS Springs! is crystal clear because Noahs, Ark. Tell me a few you I the company profits are reduced i .i 4 >r al
2255146YULEE it i is filtered through a heavy : can think up equally' as congru-I by tbat, figure and Uncle Sam I _
: FJA. ,AITOANCES"' I layer of sand and a thick natural pus or incongruous as the case! I has lost his 52'4 of the profit. I
i crust of limestone and shell] be. Also it would promote a rise in i '
t may : :
--, -- .. .:- -- -_. 1- i the price of pulpp this would
.., t also find its way'back to the tax I

I payer. .
Hawks concluded by emphasizing
: Best Wishes. i that no one !is more ,aware I
!Iof waste problems than the mills
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i and reiterated that everything

.J to all Scouts and Leadersof ',. I feasible the 13 being done to remedy. 4t
problem.
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.' News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida, Thursday,' January_ 31, 1963. Page Three
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teams competing for the eigh Quarterly Meeting Woman's Club Tea monthly meeting.
NewsSix Masonic' Bodies Hold Joint Installation of Officers The tea will be' at 3 o'clock
Golfing teen holes and five golfers playing SwAwl.'M9M
To Honor Little
the back nine only. Held Monday By and the Little Women will be in

Mrs. L C. Shave's team consisting !:rv4 rA. HJIN Ivor. inv..w.n ..xr. .AU ti.,1,,..>t11. ,s +.K\. Y Women of St. Peters. Women And MothersThe charge: of the program to fol-
low
of Mrs. Shave, Mrs. Cecil

members of the FBWGA Loptien, Mrs. Curt Gordon, anc .. The Quarterly: Meeting of The Little Women and their
'attended the First Annual Wo Mrs. Dan Daugherty posted i q xkz' : ; 4:, Women of St. Peters Church was mothers will be honored at a tea I "She who is absent from the
w. ;, J5" yr' x$:6.s IV s eld at Whitney Hall on Monday, given by the Woman's Club on bridge party gets the most
men's Invitational at San Jose l lew net of C8 to walk off wit) ;,, ; a"cx: ? t.l; +u.
Country Club in Jacksonville last first place. All the other team; \ anuary 28th, with 24 members February 6th, at the regular'.. slams."
week, They were Mrs. J. W. tied at" net 72, but in a playofby )resent -- --- --- ---- ----

Hiers, Mrs: L C. Shave, Miss ( matching cards) Mrs. Clinton Miss Louise Lasserre, worship
Lynda Mattson, Mrs Clinton Herring's team comprisingMrs. :hairman, led the group in pray-

Herring, Mrs. Ed. Mattson and Herring, Mrs Ed. Matt ;rs and meditation.The Ilan There
Mrs. A. S. Allan, Jr. son, Mrs. A. S. Allan, and Mrs 3 :? president, Mrs. E. E. Lasjerre -\

Mrs. Hiers was a member' of Harry Sahlman, won on the Y presided over the business

the winning team Tuesday. In third extra hole. Mrs Bob Bres meeting. Minutes of the last Aux Phone 261-4849 I). 1',. Roberts, Mgr.
the 3G hole event Mrs. Shave ''in won the back nine with a net j ; iliary and Executive meeting,
held at the home of Mrs. Lasser Saturday & Sunday Matinees At 230; One Show
won low-net in the second flight, ; .,
8Vi.All P : rere on Feb. 24th, were read by
Lynda Mattson was low net in members are invited to at-
the secretary, Mrs. Gilbert Viz- ,
the third flight and Mrs. Matt- end a play day at Cecil Field,
carrondo. Mrs A.. A. Bodlne &
: Friday Saturday
son was low net runner-up for Jacksonville, on Thursday, Feb I N
:9 ry 1 7ty4' eiL. treasurer, a financial report -
the first day in the fourth flight ruary 7. If you wish to attend, n i gave

,The women's golf asscciatior olease sign at the club house or I Walt Disney's "OLD RED
i It was voted that the projec'undertaken
held a Best-Bail! tournamen' otify Mrs. Clinton Herring at .
; : from thel proceed.of
Tuesday, January 29, with four 2613186. .. IN TECHNICOLOR
would -
I the 1962 Smorgasbord,
j be to have the velvet carpets in SPECIAL MATINEE FRIDAY 3:30

I the church cleaned and mothproofed 0
t I i and the floors in Whitney -
S r !' Hall cleaned and sanded.
Sunday Monday Tuesday
: :; motion to al-
Also passed was a .
,1'A ; 'f .' :i .L a I locate $5.00 per day to delegate; THREE BIG DAYS
"j from St. Peters attending out of

f 'town council meetings,' exclusive Walt "BON VOYAGE"
\ of Jacksonville. Disney's

I : -. S. \t. / I The president called for Norman committee I WITH
Mrs.
reports.
I
I FRED McMURRAY JANE WYMAN
} 7 Henderson, house chairman, reported r ,
r1i ALLAN'SATLANTIC ) ;f ROYAL ARCH MASONS INSTALLED in Nassau Chapter No. 49, are, front row that the linens in the kit IN TECHNICOLOR -

from left. A. M. Campbell, Principal Sojourner; G. E. Bryan, Captain; John F. Knight,_ chen of Whitney Hall were in
AVE. Kermit C. asked I ____._ _u._.__ _. _. __ ,____ __
Master of 3rd Veil. Back row, Robert F. Carson, Captain of Host; McQueen, need of replenishing and

: King; John ,Yo Joyce, Jligh Priest; Hilton Cook, Scribe; and James Beard, Secretary. that each member bring one dishcloth : \'

I I,. Other officers, not shown, are, Hugh F. Stone, Jr. Treasurer; John Thirsk, Chaplain; to their February chapter ,. .... ,
: S. E. Moore, Master of 2nd Veil; E E. Fooshee, Master of '1st Veil; A. J. Jones, Sentinel meeting or leave one in Whitney \ .- 4 ", :1{ Tf f
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.' this need. Mrs. Las I '" & I
1 Hall to meet ; '" > ; 1-\
and F. E. Walters, Jr., Marshal. S ri "
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'f serre.announced. the appointment : :UMlr6: .r"-MIJj f1L T'
$ of the following couples to serve I 1 .. .
1 ti as the fun committee for 1963: J \\, # .!:.
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1 ," .. :.. *, ... ,.. : '1i.': ..'.,.:., ; 4f Mr. and Mrs. Mercury Kavouklis 1
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and Mr. and
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and Mrs. Joe Stubits
..' t {;; > ,. ': f'.kl' ;)<' : .FREE
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se tr : ::1'N,., tk,,,. ,, Mrs. George Tyson.:
":'
.., '. ,..,,,",,".,:*.*.i Mrs. Lasserre announced that I

A 1 :"' -:''' there would be no Parish Supperin -- CHATHAM
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'.',:. { Shrove Tuesday pancake supper \ A/ "ROSE ROMANCE"
.t would be held on February 26th.
,[ She also announced the nextQuartely 1 BLANKET
.
meeting would be held
i April 29th. (tills fee ovtr $14 la moil iloni. )

The program was turned over I

6 6t to Mrs. Otto Phanstiel, who nar- WITH THE PURCHASE OF A

I II rated the History of Christianity
[" ,.. ,\.i II I .vtT through the ages while the members '
L'i,
I viewed the ChristianityFilm SUBURBAN DYNAIREGAS

Strip from, "Religions:: of

I the World." DRYER'') '
.. fl a.t1 The meeting was adjourned and CLOTHES .
k St. Monica's Chapter served de

.... Ir fFR licious refreshments of sandwiches
1s,. p I cookies, nuts, mints and
1 /i-r j+ C 1 cofiee. Regular .
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as seen in
t I $179.95 0 ;
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I t VOGUEthe I I Stork ClubRecent

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Ii \ OFFICERS OF AMELIA LODGE No. 47, F and AM, are, front row from left. Fred Me. arrivals at IIumphre s ONLY .

"1' ............. r r, '.r'I Lean, Senior Warden; D. E. Nelson, Worshinfnl Master; D. K. Newsome, Junior Warden Memorial Hospital: .

; Dr. G. Ralph Wolff, Chaplain; and S. E. Moore, Tiler. Back Row, Wiley HunterJ .t .
born
Kenneth
A James ,
Senior Deacon Ken Ward Senior Steward James Beard Junior Deacon L. M. Hoilingsworth son,
; / dt'dJttJlllti1 ; ; ; January 9 to Mary and James $14396
ill
i Junior Steward and Laurie c..1 Marshal. Not for
; *on. present picture are, :Thornton, 1132 S. Fletcher Ave.
:- cutaway costume the kind of two.port J. B. Evans, Treasurer; and James T. Midkiff, Secretary..
A daughter, Lora Jeanel, born
of almost
figuring that makes a success any occa
On 8 members and
January 13 to Mary Jeanel and
sion. Dashing lined jacket and sheath skirt in'a wives of Amelia Lodge No. 47, Officers installed for' the com- District Officers January Ira Holton, Pinecrest Subdivision.A \.
M rich silk-look blend of royon-acetote-cotton-silk ... Free and Accepted Masons, and ing year for Amelia Lodge No. '
.. attached bodice in all 'acetate coordinated print. I Nassau Chapter No. 49, Royal 47 were: D. E. Nelson, Worshipful Guests At Meeting son, Dennis Bryan, born January EXTRA BONUS-FREE DELIVERY FREE

Arch Masons,_ enjoyed a banquet Master; Fred McLean, Senior Of WSCS MondayThe 15 to Alma and Allan Russell
Black.white white. Sizes 12)i) to 22>i. CONNECTION TO SUBURBAN PROPANE
i or navy- I preceding .the joint installationof Warden; D. K. Newsome, 1326 North Fletcher Ave.

officers. Junior Warden; J. B. Evans, Woman's! Society of Christian GAS SERVICE FREE VENT KIT FREE
$21.95 I !
wI Treasurer; James T. Midkiff, Service of Memorial Metho- A son, David Harold, born January
: D. E. Nelson, High Priest of '
Secretary; W. W. Hunter, Senior dist Church held its regular 16 to Helen and Wayne VENTING-$25 io $40 VALUE
I Nassau Chapter No. 49 Royal Deacon; Jim Beard; Junior Dea I monthly meeting January 28 in Hackel, Yulee. I r
Arch Masons, welcomed
members -
.. con Kenneth Ward, Senior
-- --_--- -- # and their wives to the installation Steward; L. M. I Parish Hall. A son, Edwin Jerome,_ born Jan- PHONE, WRITE OR STOP IN JODAY
Hollingsworth,
ceremonies and after .a ; : Mrs. James F. Michael, president uary 16 to Jacqueline and Wyman
: I Junior $teward; Dr. G. Ralph presided at the brief busi-
brief farewell address, enumer- Hughes, 411 South 15th St.
... '. Wolff, Chaplain; S. E. Moore, ness meeting. .
ating gains made in York Rite
n ". Ti'er; Laurie Cason, Marshal. A daughter, Fay Regina, born
I ; Masonry, introduced Past High : Special guests were two Florida -
Dr. G. Wolff January 16 to Willene and Billy %
Now Ralph presentedthe
Priest Rodney Price as installing Conference officers, Mrs. LV 20 OFFALL
JamesF. I Crosby, Five Points.A .
0 past masters jewel to
> officer, and Past High Priest I Shore and Mrs. Ella Rains;
Michael
John Thirsk as installing Mar- the immediate past president of son, Paul Emery, born Jan-
shal, for the Royal Arch Mason I the Jacksonville district, Mrs. uary 19 to Ethel and Eugene

FASTER SERVICE AND ceremonies. Art Class Series f r Ralph Perkins; and a number of Beasley, Yulee.A 1.962 APPLIANCESNOW

Officers installed were: John i the present officers of the Jack '
W. Joyce High Priest; KermitC. For Children To sonville district. daughter, Tracey Lynn, born IN STOCK

McQueen, King; C. Hilton Begin February 4th ; District officers present January 19 to Nora and Vernon
REASONABLE PRICES Thomas, Susan Drive,
Cook, Scribe; Hugh F. Stone, Jr., i were, Mrs. H. E. Zink,
PHP, Treasurer; J. A. Beard, A new series of Children's Aft president, Mrs. James H. Rogers, A son, Frank Howard. born GAS
SUBURBAN PROPANE SERVICESouth
Classes will Honda ,
I' begin ,
Secretary; John Thirsk; PHP, on vice president, Mrs. J. R. Tim- January 20 to Eloise and Wayne
for Chaplain; R. F. Carson, PHP, February 4 at 3:30 p.m. in tl 1e mons, secretary of supply work, Benner, 107 North 19th St.
Captain of Host; A. M. Campbell Recreation Center Art Room. Th 5 Mrs. K. W. Jones, secretary of .
Principal'\ Sojourner; G. E. series of classes will contin e Christian social relations, Mrs. A daughter, Michelle, born January 7th Street ; fj .

fJrattlijhlly 8Jw (tl l'(1 Bryan Royal Arch Captain; J. for 8 weeks with'Mrs.* Faih Anderson, secretary of promotion, 24 to Clarissa and Frank Phone 261.3661Lynn's .c.:
Master of Third Veil Britton as instructor.For Tarrant, Rt.,2, Box 62, Jackson CnSmtce
F. Knight, ; and Mrs. J. B. Thompson, district ....... --
S. E. Moore, Master of Second registration or further i secretary of missionary ville.
I
E. Fooshee Master of formation, contact the Recreate n --.- .- ------ --- -
0)1 uilliJ1 Veil; E. personnel of the local society.
eddiJ//I 1 First Veil; A. J.. Jones, PHP, Department or Mrs. Britton. I. Mrs Zink and Mrs. Perkins

I. Sentinel; and F. E. Walters, PUP, I
showed .an extremely interestingfilm
Marshal. Arch Mason Jim Beard Sheriff Youngblood strip which was made dur-
ana Royal Dress
Attends Convention the Sixth of the Shop.I'
,. presented the Past High Priest ing Assembly .
I & 'D. E. Nelson. Woman's Division when held in
jewel to PUP Of State Group |
?jk Worshipful Master James Atlantic City, New Jersey last

lJ JJOl!JICeJJleJl1J Michael, Amelia Lodge, welcomed Sheriff H. J. Youngblood was summer. They also gave an informative '

.. members and wives to the in Tampa last week for the state commentary concerning

'Z All Styles, And Types Of EngravingWE ceremonies AH visitors and convention of the' Florida Sheriffs places the of pictures special, and interest of the to : WE STILL H NICESELECTION
wla members introduced themselvesand Association. 't ; rEt
... at this time all Past Masters Fifty-seven Florida sheriffs' Methodists, which they visited i$ f' t

-- Past Hteh Priest and. Past attended the conclave, held |n in New York City.

ALSO HANDLE A FINE LINE OF Patrons were introduced. Aftera the Tampa Terrace Hotel Climaxing the meeting and .
brief speech commending officers He was accompanied on the program was a delicious buffet h l/ J SPECIALS! .

ENGRAVED and members for their cooperation trip by Mrs Youngblood. luncheon served by the Ella Har- ,
during the past year, dee Circle. The serving table and )JJ) 1J1. /1
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LETTERHEADS BUSINESS CARDS Worshipful Master James Michael The ,University of Florida's off- other tables were beautifully DRESSES SKIRTS BLOUSES

ENVELOPES SOCIAL STATIONERY introduced ,Past Master Rodney campus advanced engineering instruction decorated with driftwood, green- 1Jt .' '
f '< Price as installing officer; is reaching 502 studentsin ery, and camellias, which were SWEATERSSLACKS
and Past Master John Thirsk as I five areas* of the state this tri arranged by various members of /
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installing Marshall mester. the circle. qt ; S Off
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VACUUM CLEANER REPAIRSALL Set February 5 1 GROUP LINGERIE SLIPS BRAS ROBES

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MAKES HOSES BAGS The Nassau District Boy Scout DRASTICALLY
Court of Honor will be held Feb .

PHONES 261-36S6 261-3687 Pickup and Delivery Service ior ruary Hjgh 5 at School 7:30 p.m.Auditorium.at the Jun- Costume Jewelry 1-3 Off

Used Cleaners and Polishers For Sale The public is cordially Invitedto

We Represent, One of the Largest and Best attend.
Kirby Company
"Sooner or later 'the 'man'' with BUY .NOW SAVE AT Lynn's 212 Atlantic

Engraving Firms In The United States 2802 Atlantic Ave. Answering Service pull bows to the man with a puss

.. Phone 261-3412 After Hours William L. Zeigler: New Ox i .
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I '' Mrs. Sarah Matheson To Address ; High School Echoes. iible. *.
Plans Observance of ., The Key Club and the Tri-Hi-
MONEY Y have been helping collect
WMU AnniversaryThe BY SHARON COUGH
money for the, March of Dimes.
iPresbyterian Assembly Sunday Young Women's Auxiliary I The beginning of the new oem I The Band gave their annual t These clubs are really active this

forEvery of First Baptist Church present ester last week and the last lap 'winter concert last Friday night year fulfilling their main purpose -

-MfS. Sarah Matheson, who has speak in the sanctuary, and will She has served on Synodicaland ed its monthly program meeting: of the r o a d and played some delightful which is service.
: Need just returned from two years of be introduced by Mrs. H. J, Al Presbyterial Boards and Wednesday, January 23rd, at 4 ''',:%i for the seniors music. They also made a record I See you next week!

I,I, teaching in Korea, will be guest was president of the Suwannee p.m. in the Social ,HalL tk i also began. It is that will be ready for sale about

speaker at a dinner and meetingof lison.Mrs.. Matheson, who made her Presbyterial from 1956 until Those taking part on the pro- ".H r i" : .|really difficult to the middle of February The major source of radiation

the Presbyterian Church mem- home in Davidson, N. C., as a 1958. During her two years in gram wre, Miss Jerrie Robinson, ;; .'t' realize that half Last Thurssday the studentsat for experimental work at the University -

bership Sunday evening., young lady, attending Training Korea she taught children of Miss Shirley McJCendree, Miss :} 1; of the school F.B.H.S, were honored to of Florida is the Cobalt

,.1 A covered dish dinner will be School and assemblies, moved to missionaries. Elaine Smith, Miss Marcia Peacock :. .t.year i is gone and have Rubinoff 60 irradiator at the. Agricultural
perform during
WITHOUTADVANCE served at 6 p.m. in the Educa- Oklahoma following graduation, I A challenging speaker, Mrs. and Miss Gloria Nettles. .;: j i only! a few Experiment'Station. Through this:

--,. 1 tional .Building and Mrs. Mathe- where she taught in a Presby- Matheson will appear in native Miss Jerrie Robinson, president "..........,.."Jo.1o,.df-, *' | months remain. assembly.most He was The'wonderful students and facility researchers in and are seed inducing
x. r' inspiring. changes plant properties
The Pirates
her Korean dress. The ;; are
will be welcomed by Mrs. terian college. Following membershipis
son presided at a business ,
session would like to their and changing the fact
Florence Millsop, chairman of marriage to Mr. Matheson ,they urged to attend the dinner following the | still busy play- express ap- are
I program. to the Kiwanis Club I of *
% NOTICE World' Missions. returned. to his home in Gaines and later hear this dedicated Flans were made for the February jing i basketballand preciation agriculture.BARBARA'S

At 7:30, Mrs. Matheson willG.As ville. I speaker. activities in observance of lately have had'some Vidor-I
'ies.. They lost Saturday
the 75th anniversary of the W 0men's Hilliard; but in spite of the lose, I KIDDIE KAMF
Missionary Union and
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E't Present they played a wonderful and ., ,
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.We move fast when you tell At WMS Young Womens Auxiliary Focus very exciting game. FOR
Week. ,
I 'tis! you need cash In a hurry. Program TheGarden The Junior's had a successfulsock WORKING
Meeting January 14 Mrs. Thad Lee, president of hop after the' game in the
I the W. M. U., attended the meet- gym and everyone seemed to en. SHOPPINGRELAXING MOTHERS

\ The. Woman's Missionary So- ing. Refreshments were served joy it tremendously
ciety of First Baptist Church Basket by Mrs. 0, R. Spainhour.Personals. SUPERVISED PLAY STORY TIME LUNCH...

1 'II' met January 14 for their regular NAP TIME

WITHOUT monthly meeting, with Mrs. Thad g BY JANE SCOFIELDAfter Jr Hi-Elementary NOWVOPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 6:00: P.M.

Lee, Jr., president, presiding.
Barbara.Bryan 2109 Ave.
': r INCONVENIENCE Mrs.. -James Dunnam opened days of outrageous wea- green yellow. A spike flower in LUNCHROOM MENUS Florida
Kamp Counselor Phone 261.5238NOTICE
with prayer. ther this January 31st has chartreuse is most useful and Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Batteen, of FED ..8 I ,

The .Intermediate' Girls Auxil, dawned as a perfect gardeningday effective _in flower arranging Atlanta, spent the weekend with Monday: -' Meat loaf, mashed I, ,-

T-A iary guests of the AV.M.S., presented temperatures in the sixties We are about to capitulate for a Mrs. Batteen's parents,' .Mr. and potatoes' w/brown gravy, but '

;, the program, "The Storyof no disagreeable, 'wind, and hew introduction called "Early Mrs. Cecil Hall, after a weeks tered spinach, rolls and butter,
1 the soil with the right degree of Green" which is reasonable fora in Nassau Vt and
the Home Mission Board, vacation: and Miami. apple, % pint milk.
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Everything Is arranged to suit moisture to make the gardenerfeel new one, three for a dollar. Tuesday: Bar-b-ctie pork on TO DOG OWNERSFor
Hugh Stone Jr.
with Mrs. } .as
that his efforts will be suc This is very early blooming var- Pvt. Sammy Alvarez, stationed buttered bun, lettuce and tomato
you from start to finish. As a counselor. Those taking part cessful. Moreover, our 'gardens iety in a small type glad size, at.Ft. Bragg, spent the weekend salad, succotash, frozen

I matter of fact, even the pay were Lorraine, Miss Brazelle Ida Ruth Miss Hall,Peggy Miss are crying for attention.The the flower being less than three wjth his parents, Mr. and I Mrs. pop, and % pint milk. orange The Convenience Of All Dog OwnersA
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February gardening guide and a half inches in diameter." Albert Alvarez. Will Be At The Fernan-
hunt schedule Is set up to Thornton, :Miss Beth Hall 1, Miss Wednesday: Ham wgreen Veterinarian
: Kathy Rowe, Miss Kathy Knight, seems to be divided into two Since the'greens are popular, Miss Dee Anna Askins spent beans, and potatoes, ,tossed salad, dina Beach Hall On Saturday Feb.
: I : give you every advantage Miss Alice Cook Miss Lucille parts, chores of maintenance for there are new introductions each the weekend here visiting her biscuits and butter, apple pie City ,
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the early half, and the actual year which, until stock has been. 9 And 23-9 A.M. To
I Duboise and Miss Nell Cook. The parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. w/cheese wedge, and % pint Saturday, Feb.
I planting of of the tender built up, are really expensive.We .
many milk.
1 LOANS UP TO $609 group sang their G. A. song for I summer annuals during the last bought beautiful high crowded Askins. Thursday Baked 1 P.M. And 2 P.M. To 5 P.M.
: Turkey
"We've A to
: : the year, Story half. It is, about the last call, corms in Jacksonville, a coupleof
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I Pvt. Dorothy McSwain
G.A.C.FINANCE( Tell." w/dressing, giblet gravy, cram Cost Of The Inoculation] Will Be $2.00 And 50c Will
, I I probably a little late, for the : weeks ago, of a green glad at spending a two week's leave here berry sauce, cabbage, apple and
The nominating committee pre planting or moving of bare root six for a dollar. If we remember with her parents, Mr., and Mrs.J. raisin salad, buttered and Be Charged For A City Dog License Tag. Total Cost

I ( sented Mrs. Stanley Carden as I plants. They should be moved correctly, this variety was W. McSwain. Private Me- carrots, rolls and butter peas, peanut $:.50. j
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" Sunbeam leader for W.M.S. while dormant before buds beginto 'Green' Ice" a popular varietyof Swain is presently stationed in butter cookie, and % pint milk.

, t-CORPORATION Routine reports were given swell, and given 'a few daysof several years standing and the Washington, D. C. where she is Friday: Grilled cheese sand- J. CLAYTON SANDERS
i 1 t 308 Atlantic Avenue and the meeting closed with a warm weather plants are sure one on sale last year at our local a receptionist to General Wheeler wich, sliced tomatoes, frozen

::1 | Firoindina Beach, Florida prayer by Mrs. Lee. to respond at this season with flower show, which the judges Army Chief of Staff. green limas, plain cake w/straw- Acting City Manager
" J Telephone 261.3681 signs of growth. Deciduous trees found so intriguing that our berries and
I % pint milk.
AllO flU CfflCEJ IN JACKSONVILLE Post 174 AuxiliaryTo and shrubs with the exception of supply of them became exhaust Mrs. Jack Baxter of Panama f ,
the ,spring flowering ones should ed. They had been ordered whole City spent last week with her .
i Meet February 6 brother and sister-in-law' Mr.
have been pruned for size and Mr. Charlie Nims has returnedto
and Mrs. E. R. Bounds.! WE SPECIALIZE IN
while dormant time is
shape so
sale.Mrs.
( e BY ELIZA FLOYD his Jiome in Keene, New
I running out for that.. Broadleaved Edna Campbell Miss Louise Rauschert, studentat Hampshire after spending sev-
Automatic Transmission
),! ee The Women of American Leg- evergreens may be prunednow. 1963' President of Stetson University, arrived eral weeks as the guest of Mr. RepairsBrake
I ion Auxiliary, Post 174, will These notes on pruning do home yesterday to spend the and Mrs. Exteen Corbett and

J I hold their regular monthly meeting not apply to tender subtropical Mental Health Assn.The semester break with her parents, sons, Charles, Jim and Tommy. Rebuilding i -- Wheel Alignment

i Wednesday, February 6, at shrubs that were damaged by, !1r. and Mrs. B. L. Rauschert '
the home of Blanche Williamson cold, for on them any cutting into Mental HealthAssocia- Miss Rauschert 'brought her f Mrs. J. J. G. Cooper will have GENERAL REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES & MODELS
Dade St. live wood might encouragenew tion of Nassau County met Jan Miss Rita as' her guest this weekend,, Mrs.
I L roommate as a guest,
All members are urged to at growth which could still be uary 29 at 8 p.m. at the homeof Glaze, of Ft. Lauderdale. Bentley Rivers of Mayport. Mrs. Our Repair Facilities Are The Finest Best Equippedand
killed ,by future cold snaps and Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Ka'ouk-' Rivers and Mrs. Cooper will '
Most ,Modern In Town
1'1 ..-------M- tend further weaken the plants. One lis. Miss Patsy Malone has returned leave next week for Denmark,

I f .' can try his hand at grafting The association received a let- to Maryville College, Mary- S. C. to visit relatives. Mrs.

camellias now, or experimentingwith ter from Dr. J. T. Benbow, sup- ville, 'Tenn., after spending the Cooper plans to be in Denmarkfor HARRELL'S
i other shrubs that are still erintendent of the Northeast weekend with her parents,. Mr. two or three weeks but Mrs. STANDARD AUTO SERVICESouth
!( \ Tom Davis dormant. Narcissus bulbs shouldbe Florida State Hospital. at Mac- and Mrs. James Malone. She hadas Rivers will remain there with

a fertilized as they finish bloom- clenny, thanking all citizens who her guest, Miss Jane Kelseyof her mother while Lt. Rivers is Eighth Street

ing, in order to produce good participated in j the association's Lockeport; N. Y., also a student on overseas duty with the U. S.: "Your Rambler Dealer"

,; Photographer FLORIDA blooms next season. Young hardy dr\ve to collec Christmas pres- at Maryville. Navy.
PROFESSIONAL ___ ----L: _
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WI-! every ny. I ,
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for the 1963 .
! Officers elected ,
little protection in the event of .
' to which dip into the year _are, president Mrs. Edna T ,
OAt 402 S. 1 17 Street temperatures Campbell, vice-president Mer- '
1 L ocate twenties. Mrs. I' .
Kavouklis
cury secretary :
(i Fernandina Beach. Florida' Bulbs to be planted in February Otto Phanstiel and treasurer I ; '
are: agapanthus (Blue Ladyof Mrs. Mercury .Kavouklis.The .
the Nile) alstroemeria (
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will be Tues-
next meeting
rot lily), amaryllis, calla, crinum,. I I
8 at
26 at
day, February p.m.
dahlia\ freesia, gladiolus, hae- the Yulee School cafeteria. All COMMERCIAL
manthus (bjood lily) hymenocallis invited to
interested are
(white spider, lily), montbretia persons .
attend.
sprekelia, tuberose, watsonia,
and zephyranthes.Last .
TO BEAUTY ..
J. week, we wrote about "
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hardy annuals which would grow The world is filled with loveliness ..t.,; .

,' successfully from seed plantednow

,. ./ Y :. and later in February we For those who choose to see. PRINTING ":
will dwell on the importance of Dame Nature wears her party ;

.' ', I getting .an early start with some dress. .
;A.S. of: the tender annuals. The breeze bestows a warm \.1 ;
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: Our favorite, gladiolus catalogue Caress? ,
arrived this week. There'is And songbirds sing their mer -t. ,., rJ
ALLAN'SATLANTIC
always so little time between the riest, : >

receipt of these northern catalogues In sheer hilarity. "j > ,J : 'Y .
AVE. and 'the optimum planting :
Our fancy may a roaming go; :
t dates for glads in our section.' : : Us ,
the air IsA
I Or ride upon ; Specialty With
However, these houses are very Explore where tropic breezes
11.e' prompt about filling orders at ,
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this season, weather permitting.As Or visit lands of clouds and \ /
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I know, ALL AMERICA : "
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gladiolus are chosen each year, wond'rous I"
To view Aurora's ,
nineteen of them to date. The
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show; I i
new ones chosen for 1963 are; the ':
small type glad, "Frisky", whichis Or sail the stratosphere. 'f Check your supply of Letterheads Envelopes Business

$4t a ruffled deep scarlet with a While our' frail hands toil busily, .-
gold picotee edge around each Our minds may soar at will.

petal; another small type glad, The soul of man will e'er be j' Cards Office Forms, or any other kind of printing you

"Goldilocks", which is a ,waxy free. ,-,
$4tr golden yellow of scultured form There are no chains for such as r '
;: and if the is low call
and an early bloomer; a fairly we; may require quantity just give ,us a

large bloom variety, "Morning Who choose to dare infinity; ,
Sun", a good swede textured For God is with us still

yellow, "Victory" of fairly large "e-
situ blodn lightly ruffled and And beauty is not merchandise; '. If hove for before call will
scarlet in color Some of the Is not sold in the mart ...: we printed you a phone start

ALL AMERICA selections of It's blessed image has no price. I .

previous years have been grownin This born fleeting of love glimpse and of sacrifice paradiseIs f our presses turning as we keep a complete file at our
Fernandina Beach. Mr. Al ,
t hR k Schrantz of Ilan Circle includessome Within the human heart. '" > *"

a of them each year in his Herbert Luke ,fingertips of all printing, produced our plant.

gladiolus planting. We personallyhave -z. y
"A miracle kitchen knife that ,
enjoyed "Little Pansy"winch .Jf:
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foods. is bting
cuts frozen ; d.
lives up to its name and ..
We'd that cuts N' "

+ "Gypsy fled deep Dancer"orange flower a vibrant in a good ruf- tised.frozen, prices.prefer" Lloyd one S. Wat : ::. ? .; Our printers take pride! in their,work) and you arc assured4'of _

size for arrangements. We readthat ers, Mountain' Home (Tenn.) > .. : ', ...'

.. $14.95 "Landscape" which is a News. ," a neat, clean and accurate job. ', : ,:: '-:# :" >
large cream selection of about

two years ago has done so well in t

/1/t2Jit1t1 Florida that Selected Glads, Inc. .WATCHi ',-" '.. / '_ 1 .
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are offering a reward for a ".,- ; .
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likn guielt checkll Black white sport of it, a white glad PHONE I .

and white checks In ono of those perfect, smart, young being a much more popular commercial 261.3686 '. : .

modern cottons that go.go-go! Off center closing, glad than a cream one.

eased bodice, waist ti,.beltedfobrle!: non-wilting, All of the ALL AMERICAS sell or, ..1. ... ,Ji -'. ..' .' ..
textured 2-py! cotton. Sizes 8 to 18. at a set price of 35c or three fora 261.3617): -
dollar. FERNANDiNA BEACH NEWSLEADERi

fi''ii 1F.SiIil Cliliter c.lIectilit The so-called green gladiolus 1\. ';,-. ..... ,. .... .
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I are flower very popular arrangements.very lovelyin Those :::4 :}', "[ .,,. ,' i -
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t IK. as seeR developed so far seem to have de- o.

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Junior HighLightsBY Announces Personnel Driver : where health conditions are fcfd
/ Rayonier ClwKgts Connir To Assist Escapes Woolsey Warns
'Injury; 'In Mishap at best Not infrequently: a ship

1 JANICE SWEATT In Industrial Relations ,with a mixed crew from several

'Hi'! Department With "OptratlinAlptofct" Demolishing AutoA That Smallpox countries has trouT e at sea,
Mr. Powell's homeroom day and 'discussed many things .
|!is reeally happy which included coat racks, the NEW YORK Charles E, I JESUP, GEORGIA P.evantJ. TVT4LLAIASSF 1957 Chevrolet driven by members of the crew'are rescued
| this week as they desks sanded, and dog tags for Anderson has been appointed Purvis has been appointed Cordon Stanton Martin, Jr., was is Still A ThreatB. and brought to Florida ports. No

won the flag in the students. Rayonier Incorporated' General, Assistant Manager of Industrial demolished early Tuesday morn matter how vigilant port authorities

;!(the demerit' I Our basketball season will be Manager of Industrial Relations 1 Relations, Southeastern Operations ( Commissioner ing after overturning when it F. Woojsey, M.D., Directorof are, a person with smallpox
.r .. Standing this six gin January 28 when we play a newly created executive position i Rayonier Incorporated, it of Agriculture_ Doyle Coupe struck a petroleum carrier, land. Nassau County Health Department can escape detection until

,,, .I weeks. The totals the Wildcats. More on that next effective February 1, ,announced .I was announced by W. T. McDan- ? announced today he hag ing upside down. The accident warns Floridians thata too late.
,- for the six weeks week. Russell F. Erickson, iel, Manager of Industrial Relations agreed to assist the Florida pe- occurred on Highway 200, just false sense of security is leading ,
period are Powell Jhe F. T. A. met in the Home President and Chief Executive I I in the Southeast He will partment of Education in promoting outside the city limits. them down 'a potentially A person can }have smallpox
and not realize it for to
0 Tyson, Economics Officer. : the television educational State C. H. Strick eight;,
; Laboratory Friday at be located at the Jesup Officer Trooper dangerous path toward a smallpox "
17; Hollingsworth, second period. They discussed Prior to his promotion Anderson -I Purvis was born in Glennvjlle, program, Operation Alphabet.This 'land, investigating officer, reported epidemic. The fact that we fourteen days. At this time j he
develops a high fever, but
I 17; Johnson, 15; their field trip which will take 33, had been assistant Man Georgia and was reared in'Folk- project wjlj consist of aAeries Martin was traveling to have had no smallpox cases in jiqt
until four five later
or days
Carpenter, 23: ; place at the end of the year.F. ager of Industrial Relations for stun, Georgia,: where he graduated of educational' television Fernandina Beach and in at- many years has led citizens to he break out in the rash characteristic tjbes
I Piechocinski, 30'ortman; 50; T. A. members are reminded the Chemical Cellulose Producer] from high school He attended programs which will reach the tempting to pass a string of traffic forego vaccinations., This' is a of the
disease.
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I Pozega, 57. Semester demerit that the pin money is due tomorrow 261, 43 adults over 25 years of behind a school bus ran up very risky situation.
totals are, Uollingswortb, 2-ti; (Friday). : age who have less than five behind the truck at a high rate Florida is perhaps one of the 1 The disease is highly con ) -
Tyson, 35; Powell, 41' ; Johnson, See you next week! years of formal education. of speed. The vehicle left the iou I( can be spread by dlijt
56; Piechocinski, 60; Carpenter The is being Toad, skidded back hitting the I most susceptible states becauseof particles, a cough or sneeze,
f Gi; Wortman, 79; and Pozega, "It'sbt lter to give than re by program the Florida Education sponsored truck and overturned one-and-a the numerous avenues by !most certainly by personal contact *
.102. ceive. Besides, it's deductible"JVt half times. which smallpox can enter the and even by remote ceptrol-
I Pepartment, with the cooperationof
1;r.9 F& state. One infected letter other such ;
person can by a or articles
TheAdvisory Council met Mon i
) the Florida Educational Television Driver of the carrier truck

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.... spread the disease to hundreds: from an infected person.
Commission and the Flor- was Redding Garrison Curtis of
before doctors even: suspect he
I Almost victim is scarred
k da Institute of Continuing Uni- Brunswick Ga. every
Now Is The Time To ,
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versity Studies might have smallpox. This very for life and one victim in ti\l
Martin, who ]received manor: thing happened in another state
Remodel dies. All this can be prevented !it
or Repair I ,ecr ,t 4- -S.. CommissionerConner, said' that cuts and bruises was charged when a wounded soldier was I will get his vaccinationand
r a. He was informed by Tom Bailey with failure to nave vehicle flown back from Korea. everyone it five
9 i State Superintendent of Public under'' control.Former repeat every years.
36 z The tremendous air travel into .
Instruction, that Operation A1-
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-- I C. Miami, one of the pation's largest ; One of the United State's ear
'' ,: phabet may assist 'as as {,-
rr many '
t Y S airports poses a constant )host entries in the conquest of
Months 066,616 Adults in the state who Mayor
Yv have threat. Members, of the armed space was the Navajo misaile now
not
beyond the eighth
To Pay '' gone services are often flown. into pn disnlay! at Cavalcadio at Florida's -
tt .
r grade. "fhis constitutes
Nassau
group Senator
M 1 I Florida from a foreign country SUver Springs. ">
I r- KEEP oiFIOM 37.5 percent of our: adult population -
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Fernandina
-Lumber BETWEEN 1 I ," he explained In Miami -
& Supply Dies -
f I "I feel that !in
I our routine
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Smith 3rd St. Phone 2G1-3C41 PARKED CARS f i
J' (work within., the Department of James E. Calkins, 82, former l1Il1CC 'aYooiYFlorida's
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5 Agriculture wp can be of great mayor of Fernandina Beach and
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Southeast assistance to' these State Senator from Nassau County .
Operations at Jesup, ed Belmont Abbey' Junior College people by
Georgia and Fernandina "Beach, .Belmont, North Carolina, talking with them about this ,educational for 20 yea., passed.,away Sat- Oldest and Most Historic j
Used IV Safe Florida. In the new post at company and graduated from the Univer- prday in a Miami hospital.
and
Beach's
program encouraging Fernandina Favorite Meeting Place
I headquarter here, he will sity of 'South Carolina in 1953. them to- take advantage of A member of the Loftin Stokes I
I be in charge of all the firm's In and' Calkins law firm in Miami For The Finest In Beverages i
Immediately thereafter he wa -
URGE SELECTION;: TO CHOOSE FROM I ? this opportunity to further theireducation iI
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dustrial .Relations activities. employed by Union Bag-Camp /' Conner said prior to his retiremept; he I

WE FINANCE OUR OWN I Anderson joined Rayonier in Paper Corporation, Savannah, in "The great advantage of this began his law career in Fern n- Polled Shrimp Ham On Rye
1956 afs an Industrial Relations dina Beach after graduating from
the Safety Department and also is that Kosher Sandwiches Barbecue
I Assistant upon graduation from program participation the University of Georgia. He
USED TELEVISION SETS in production work until 1959. will be in the individual l homes '-
Harvard Business School with amaster's was born in Kansas and moved to ...
From 1959 to lt)61) he Safe- through the use of televisionsets
was
degree in Business Ad I Jacksonville as a young man. He .
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ASH AT SIXTH ministration.: He previously had I ty Director and Assistant Per- Le pointed out. had made his home in Miami -----r-------

Chk TV PHONE 261.4491 earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree -i sonnel Manager of St. Marys Conner added that he had instructed since Ip25.

in Political Science and his field personnel l to lIe 'is survived by two sisters, Fresh FishShrimpDaily&
Kraft Corporation, St. Marys,
I--- -. -- -- --- -----.............-- Government at Whitman College, work with local directors of adult Mrs. May Calkins} Randale and
Walla Walla, Washington. Georgia. Prior to his association I education by furnishing names Mrs. Rena Calkins, Jacksonville! ; I .

Trained as a Chinese JJnquist with Rayonier, Purvis occupiedthe and addresses of persons who and several nieces and nephews. .

+ For Best Buys at Yale University during service pos iio Supervisor would like to participate in the Funeral service was held at the .

with the United States Air with Roberts Company, program. Main Street Baptist Church in Special Orders Are Our Specialty
Force, 1 50-54, Anderson saw Jacksonville, at 2 Tuesday,
In Home Sanford, North Carolina. He wa .. p.m.
Furnishings 'I DOUGHERTY SEAFOOD COMPANY
active duty in the Far East -in -- with Rev. Kenneth Hanson off!
responsible ,for all employment People Do Read ,Even I ,
the Korean War. elating Interment was in Ever
; Shop Our Store First! He has been active in, local safety and recreational activities The Smallest Ads green Cemetery. Opep Daily 7:00: A.M. To 7:00: PM.

Chamber of Commerce work, being of this- large textile machinery In The News-Leader. Pallbearers were, Tom Randle, One Block North of Atlantic Avenue On Front Street

Quality /Merchandise At Prices a past Director of the Jesup. manufacturer._ You Are Miles Phillips, Marion Hanson, Phone 261-4811 ,Melvin Dougherty, Prop.
and Wayne County Chamber as Robert H. Hardage, Lyn Cren-
Purvis is member of the YOUR BUSINESS IS APPRECIATED,
You Can Afford. a
well as in several civic organiza- shaw and Charles Young
Methodist Church. He is
Ma-
tions. He is also a member of a --- -- --
Easy Terms Arranged. the American' Society of Train son and Shriner. He- is also a

Free 'Estimates On ing Directors. member of Lambda Chi Alpha
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Draperies. .
Fraternity, Phi Theta Kappa, -.a::
A native of Coos Bay Oregon,
1 and The American Association ol J
he attended Public Schoo1--* in

WALTERSFURNlrURE Aberdeen from, high Washington school,.. 'graduating there in Personnel During Administrators.World' War II Purvis THE FORD 'IDEA: build the .fun in : !

11829 N. Main.st. 1 ]1I. So. Oceanway 1946. ,- '. served for three years :in the I| ,
Anderson is married to the S. Air: Force. He. wars a pilqt .
\ u. S. Iliway 17 .. Ph. Po 5-4808 ',< and held the rank of First ,Lie
former Margery Irene U tts'OfWalla 4'- build the out 1
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White And Colors County Schools equipment for space experiments (or 6,000-mile} Maintenance I '[Jeep!Falcon Station BUS and ciub wagons. t ton ram I

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has scheduled its space mobile other special devices for demonstrating y 4 I

for visits to Nassau County. aspects of space science /.'
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Page Six -- News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida-'Thursday, January 31, 1963 .. <. _:
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: CALENDAR OF LOCAL EVENTS .,> .;. arJ' p Yti_ Don CaldwellCompletes of those vessels and inflict: other view to assist'In' providing+ for
( :;.''l ." serious i injury. upon the insurgents the necessities ''of. those citizens
COUNTY COMMISSION10 a.m. 2nd Wednesday after 1st Monda) ; ." .... Recruit ." :
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Si St. who
of have been
Augtfstine : ,
Commission :'i
Chambers
:. ..: : .:. Training; January 24 February 10 The Florida by the barbarity of the enemy,
pITY COMMISSION 2nd and 4th Wednesdays 730 p.m. City : f>j Sentinel discusses the report recently I deprived oftheir property and
Commission Chambers <; I issued by the Confederate' means oof support and expelled

HOSPITAL .. Treasury Department The Con- !. from their homes,.and now depend _
TRUSTEES 3rd 10 Din
Thursday ajo. Hospital r federate States debt will be $9- on the hospitality of the
ing Room k'-11 956,000 as of July 1, 1863.. If the people of the Lake City vicinity

SCHOOL. BOARD 1st Wednesday after 2nd Monday. 9:30: ajn. \ Confederate Congress levies a and other points in the State or
Superintendent's Office "' tax on property and gross incomes who may be hereafter expelled,
I > Florida's portion will be a committee be appointed by the
P-TA EXECUTIVE BOARD last Thursday 3:30: p.m. Jr. at least "$1,50Ooo, and a largertax chairman to/solicit contributions'

;. High Cafetorium .k bill might' cost Floridians as from our citizens." This com

fVTA MEETING 1st Thursday 8 p.m.lr.. High Cafetorium much as $2,000,000. % mittee includes' Major John-
Florida papers are warning Beard Francis Eppes, Dr. Char
KIWANIS CLUB Each Monday 6:45: p.m, Seaside Inn against optimistic hopes for an les English, J. S, Rust. GeorgeH.

UONS CLUB Each Tuesday:.. 7 p.m. Seaside Inn % 44s early end of the war. One says: Meginnis. and .E. Mi .West as,
z "The fight will continue. There secretary. '
ROTARY. CLUB Each Wednesday Noon Luncheon Seaside j : t 4. x is no hope of an armistice no
INN w ; prospect of recognition and in-
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Says:
; Smoker
tervention. These popular delusions I
;AYCEES Each
Monday 8 p.m. Recreation Center Lounge ,
have all exploded, and the
HOSPITAL AUXILIARY 2nd Tuesday 3:30 p.m. Hospital i general impression is now that .IF VCD PLANT CUE BUT TREE ONLY,

Dining Room there will be no peace until the YJj'IE HAD HAND
= South wrings independence froma lN POSTERITYremenbe /
HIBISCUS GARDEN CLUB 3rd Monday of month at 8 St '
p.m.CITY '
PARIS ISLAND, S. C (FH- reluctant and powerful foe by i* .. ?fires dtiby>ou edlin i
PLANNING BOARD 3rd Thursday City Commission I TNC) Marine Private Don L : her own valiant arms." I

Chambers .te. Caldwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. According to advertisements in I

WOMAN'S CLUB1st\Wednesday Woman's Club Bldg. I Ray F. Caldwell,, completed re- several Florida newspapers the i
| cruit training, Jan. 24, at the Marine A, S. Hull and Company, Charleston :
BOY SCOUTS OF, AMERICA, Nassau District 6 p.m. 2nd Friday Corps Recruit Depot, Parris I S. C., has on hand "a ,++
Seaside InnMERCHANT'S : Island, S, C. large supply of Confederate' : A

ASSN. each 3rd Thursday Noon Luncheon ,, The indoctrination to Marine Grey and Blue Cloth which they 'i 1
I arc prepared to make to
"WY k. up order
Seaside: Inn Corps life includes instruction i in /
CONGRESSMAN D. R. (BILLY) MATTHEWS is pictured on the steps of the U. S. basic military Jaw, discipline, physical in the richest style. Officersin I'
HAMBER OF the Army, at distance will ,
COMMERCE a ,
2nd Tuesday Luncheon 12:15: -
Seaside Inn Capitol Building Washington with the D. H. Buchanan family of Hilliard. Young conditioning and, other military be furnished with a card containing -
David Buchanan (at left) has been appointed as a Page in the U. S. House of Representatives subjects. instructions: for measuring -

BUCCANEER COIN CLUB 8 p.m. 2nd Monday each month and his family accompanied him Washington for a sitht-seeing trip priorto Three weeks are spent on the 1: themselves, upon applica .
the opening session of the 88th Congress. Left to right David Buchanan D rifle range, where recruits fire tion." r
LEN DUNCAN L. CLINCH HISTORICAL SOCIETY 2nd Mon : Mrs. H. the "
day. each month 8 pan TV Room at Recreation Center. Buchanan, 'Melanie and Sara Buchanan, Mayor D. H. Buchanan, Mrs. Sara Walker, M-14 on other rifle infantry'and"receive instruction U, S. Secretary Welles has I 1 j car,
I Congressman D. R. Matthews, and Gary Buchanan. j j weeapons., asked Federal Rear Admiral/
MAGNOLIA. GARDEN CLUB 4th Tuesday of Month; -.8 p.m. U. S. Marine Photo I Bailey ,at Key West to investi- The Pastor's StudyRev.
i gate conditions in the -
Appalachicola
NASSAU CHAPT. NO. 49 ROYAL ARCH MASONS. 2nd and ate attacks against blockading,
4th Thursdays 8 p.m. Masonic Temple FLORIDA 100 1 YEARS AGO iMps have i increased recently.: 11:50 A.M., and Lake City, 4:30: whether River an and expedition to determine for Ran Humphreys

FERNANDINA TEMPLE 7, PYTHIAN SISTERS 2nd and 4th 'The peculiar character of the! P.M. Trains leaving Lake City turing or destroying 'rebel gunboats cap- 8:30 A.M.
Mondays of month at 8 p.m. Masonic Temple. Published by W. Collier'' and McLane Tilton, inland waters" DuPont says, "is I at 4:00: in the morning will arrive on the Appalachicola would
FLORIDA CIVIL WAR from the U.S.S. Potomac, have particularly favorable to such I back at Quincy at 4 that af be advisable feasible. Monday 'Thru Friday
CHAPTER Masonic 55, ORDER EASTERN STAR 1st' and 3rd Tuesdays. .CENTENNIAL COMMISSION been temporarily assigned to attempts, enabling ,him (Confed- ternoon. The Tallahassee railroad I February 11 or Tallahassee

Temple 208 Valencia Avenue, strengthen the garrison at the grates) to, make descents on I schedule shows train lean citizens met today for the purpose WPAP, I
Coral Gables 34, Florida Pensacola Navy Yard. They have weak points and securing to himself ing that city at 7:45: A.M., arnv-- of securing aid for the "ex-
"One large employer is losing The rare book collection in the Edited by SAMUEL PROCTOR, fifty-two men in their detachment a safe retreat from 'pursuit ing at St Marks at 9:30 AJU. iled citizens of St. Augustine." 1570 K.C.
:considerable .money because of I University of Florida Libraries University of Florida The Admiral wants Washington rains leaving St. .Mark's li:30 i It was "Resolved, that with a..
the high incidence of absenteeism contain books printed as early as February 4 A boat crew including (o send him "such reinforcements A.M. will reach Tallahassee 1:15 I -
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"MUCH IS .
'of employees The employer: The the 15th Century REQUIRED" seven refugees from the as will enable me to meet P.M. No trains will run on Sun

;people.The absentees: Members ofCongra .' : Significant Florida Events U.S.S. Sagamore, under command the new state of affairs on this, day.U.
: s s" .Loyd Nef', Overland "The man who's waiting for For February, 1863 of Acting Masters MateH. coast S. Secreetary of the Navy
:Park (Kans.) Johnson County something to turn up might start February 1 The U. S. Bart S. Crain, made a reconnaissance February 9 The Confederate Welles informs Secretary of War Happy BirthdayFrom
.Herald. with his shirt sleeves." Roebuck arrived today at St. Andrews up the St. Johns River. House of Representatives today ,. Stanton that the rebel l gunboat

Bay to relieve the U. S. S. Near Indian River Narrows they passed a bill making it unlawful Chattahoochee i is presently in the

.. Huntsville, which is, returning to came upon the Confederate for any court martial to I Apalachicola River "waiting a
patrol duty in the Gulf. The Hunts- schooner Pride which was cap punish soldiers by flogging. suitable opportunity to run out,
viile's Commander reports that tured. Destroying forty-seven and there are also other gun Judge J. E. (Gene) WeatherfordDon't
.,. I while at St. Andrews he receivedtwo sacks ((188 bushels) of salt, they After this date, the Quincy boats building up that river with..
: ; I contrabands from Marianna.One returned to the inlet with boat extension of the Pensacola and in reach of our lightdraft steamers 'I Forget Your Birth Month Is

.. ',:: .. ::;.t. ;.: a Mulatto, informed him that and prisoners and turned them for Georgia business.Railroad Trains, will be o P ers." Welles recommends "a ,
.., the schooner Cain is lying eight over to the commander of the will leave joint Naval and Military expedi- Time To Renew Your Driver's License
Quincy at 5:00: A.M. arrive in
TREMENDOUS SELECTION'OF miles up West Bay. She has been Union bark Gem of the Sea. ''jtion I upon a small scale, to ef. .
Tallahassee, 7 A.M., ,Monticello
feet the '
stripped of her light spars, sails, February 7 The Savannah capture pr destruction
RECORDS and rigging, and lies at anchor in I -- --- -
NOW Republican today publishes a --- ---
'. the stream. Her cotton was shipped Lake City dispatch listing the -

ATCHUCK'S .. to Columbus, Ga., a few days names of families "banished
from St. Augustine by the Fed-

TV'j;' t ago.The: U.S.S. Stars and Stripes erals. A transport is now expected .
ASH STREET*'). \ ,j, :discovered a Confederate encamp. at Jacksonville with oth.
JG01 .. f
r". ., ment at Long Bar near St." Marks ers. These people were forced to
: 7 this morning and fired on it lat- leave their St Augustine homes
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: : er asmall. Confederate river bcause they have relatives in
;" .. .. steamer was observed coming Confederate service. The dis. TRAD
down past the town nearly to Four patch lists the following: }Irs.P. .

Mile Point where it stopped, apparently Andrew and three children;
; to reconnoiter. When the Joseph Baya and two children;
I Stars and Stripes began firing on Miss C, Baya; Mrs. A..Benet and
the steamer, she turned and hastily child; Mrs. Joseph Capo and
moved up beyond the fort. An three children; Mrs. Capella and
: investigation of the area reveals two children; Mrs. W. Genovar And SAVE On Our Store Wide Reductions
i no other Confederate vessels i insight and child; Mrs. J. V. Hernandez !
r- The commander of the Union and three children; Mrs. R.

gunboat reports that the Confederates Leonardy and five children; M. '
WE'RE .
,1'a I are operating at NewPort Leonardy and six children; G, E. MOVING
yi five miles from St. Marks, Llambias; D. J. Llambias; Jos
; a foundry and machine shop eph". Llambias e and child; E. TO LARGER QUARTERS 113 ATLANTIC AVENUE
i. where shot and shell are being Masters and wife; Gabriel Masters AND PERFER

ASS. +w+ cast Federal Read Admiral. SamuelF G. Mickler and five and children three ;'children Mrs. D.; TO PASS THESE SAVINGS ON TO YOU RATHER THAN MOVE OUR

s DuPont reports that the U.S.S. I Mrs. M. Neligan; Miss C. Neli-

ALLAN'SATLANTIC \ I' Mohawk is at Fernandina, and gan; Mrs. J. L. Philips and INVENTORY ..
U.S. steamers Norwich and Uncasare child; Mrs. B. D. Ponce and
on duty in the St. Johns River. child; Miss F. Papy; Miss D.
AVE. Federal Commander Charles Papy; Miss C. Papy; Mrs. B. / I 40" DeluxeRange
I and two children Mrs.C. .
Pacetty
Steedman of U.S. gunboat Paul l ; Large Selectionof
Jones reports that he has completed D. Segui and child; C. Pom/r, PushButton r BRAN? NEW
I; wife and four children; Miss Ellen Control 1
SAll his reconnaissance of the Records
i'' St. Johns Rjver. Sailing as far as Sanches; Miss Eugenia San- Clock With Timer Lowboy 23" TV
ches Mrs. Williams Miss V.
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1'', 'i Jacksonville, he found "everything" Williams; Joseph R. Pacetty;
and He
quiet satisfactory. put Mrs. P. Leonardy and two Children A Real 99tHiFi
in at Fernandina "for the pur-
$ ; and .Miss P. Masters. The Bargain At $15000
J post of landing three White persons ONLY $199"ELECTRIC !
Lake describes all
who succeeded in escaping City paper .T. and Stereo T.
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these unfortunate people as being -
from the enemy and had takenrefuge
1t under our flag.: l "very poor, though most of
them had homes and slaves of ,
The U.S.S. Tahomoa and U.S.- '
S. Hendrick Hudson today captured their own. Their condition appeals GENERAL I
the and
the blockade running British to philanthropic ,
benevolent find that
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we hope
/ schooner Margaret off S t.
Petersburg. they will meet with prompt relief
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February 2 Confederate
Brigadier General Howejl Cobb, The Gainesville Cotton States', Toasters-Irons-Clocks-Radios- MakersALL -IxkFRadios
commanding Middle Florida Dis. incensed over what it describesas
trict, announces from his headquarters the "high-handed assumption of:
at Quincy, that he will 1 of power by military officials" .
AT PRICE
receive into service "companies, asks: "Is Florida a state! Can SALE .
battalions or regiments, organized some of the authorities inform
in the counties between the us why it is that goods are 13 Cu. Ft. USED TV'S FROM I $302 ..
Suwannee and the Choc taw hat- permitted to go in at Charleston, Door
/ chee Rivers." All persons, whether .. and parties are allowed to sell : b' CASH AND CARRY
subject to conscription or not, them at auction, but goods which !III!;i F rost.F rcc. '
{ may volunteer. Companies, will!1 arrive on our coast are seized by I'! t < <
select their own officers and the government in violation of t: Refrigerator .

I each man will receive a bountyof the rights of individuals, red .$
'$50 after being sworn in for contracts between them? Have ONLY PORTABLE TV 144.95

'l. $21.9St. three years or the van Field officers we a constitution or not? Are 119/1 '*
will be appointed by Presi. we living under a crown head or < -'i"'f. STAND OPTIONAL
dent Davis. General Cobb says not? What are we coming to, )jf i < '

I/f-70 .., '. that the "opportunity is now of. individual rights have ceased to $259" AUTOMATIC WASHER $169.95
!' //, t fered to all! who are able and be respected! Why allow parties I '

'IlIJtjc3IIItnJ( willing to serve the country, to in Charleston a privilege, whichis 'v.T.
likes girl with a busy r.t,. do so in volunteer organizations denied the citizens of Florida? With Trade ,
Ion schedule. Especially for them this versatile costume ; those who are subject to Will Government authorities ex

A slivery block sheath with a floral Wtonp the conscription law and fail or plain Have we a state, or a colony Other Items Too Numerous To
lined jacket Multi-shodes of brown, blue cr green onnatural refuse to avail themselves of the held by a crown head tit Mention--All AT SAVINGS! .

for the print...all with black. In a blend of opportunity, will be promptly According to a Federal Naval
enrolled as conscripts under provisions report, two casks, partly Billed
silky
royon/ocetote/cotton. Sizes 10 to 20. Visit Your GE Dealer '
of that law. with sperm oil, forty-seven sacks Today
frOllllr.silOBS Coulter ctUeelin A U. S. Naval officer, on special of salt and one boat sail were ,
.- assignment reports finding found recently near Jupiter All .
I i several parcels, including forty of these stores, presumed to be '
f one sacks of salt, near JupiteInlet r Confederate were destroyed. APPLIANCE SALES And SERVICE

1, which he has now d February 8 Admiral Du .
.' ed. stroY-1 30 North
Pont informs Washington that Third Street Phone 2615022r" .
Federal Marine .
along the Gulf Coast Confeder .
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i City .. Pkife Trims, To' T ; FLORIDA', WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK f "'r y J HilBird Edges

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Sp'ortsBY Slants Bowling LeagwHY Vie In IF YOU 60 FISHING OK RIQIN6 \ Pirate

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H.' B ELLIS JR. I Conference ?
CURT GORDON PIty s Stay Undefeated
WEEK OF 1-23 SAFETY I.
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The Fernandina Beach Pirates We have Team Standings W L Pins will enter
Conference
Keystone
their
played one of their better games on between Charles Corbett and \ undefeated season
last OrviUe's 64 H 48513 I Basketball Tournament during r here last Sat. night &y edging the
Saturday night, but lost to Ronnie Sapp during the current r BE SURE ,
the undefeated Hilliard team by basketball season.' Sapp was Hadden Lanes' 44&' 23 H 49580)I the next two weeks. The annual Fernandina Beach Pirates, 62-58: ,
Sandbar 35% 32% 4786 f conference for EACH'
four : tournament Vat.I in a non-conference basketball
points. Hilliard has the ahead 201 to 198 through the I
,The Unknowns sity team will be played at Live! 'Z played in the Fernandina
habit of going to the State Tour Milliard game last Saturday I = \ PASSENGER game
nament every year and we don't night John Crisp is third with 28 40 469$9 I Oak OB February U, 15 and 16, &-4V \ II Jcc=3t '? ) IN YOUR High gym.
Beach Bar 23 45 4609Beeker's 4 I j j' with the first B team tournament Milliard jumped off to first
see any obstacle to keep Coach 113 and Steve Thomas fourth a
Dr. 19 49 45C78: to be played at Starke on fS BOAT lead of 18-13 the
Roger Wrench's crew from go- with 102. Ralph Bennett is fifth quarter over Pirates
ing again this year. Hilliard is a with 54. points, but has only been High TnmGames February 7, 8 and 9. I A' HA5 A LIFE as Donnie Conner scored 8-
Class C school, but they play the playing since the holidays. On.ille's' 2037Haddei In their tournament the B points' while Charles Corbett scored -
majority of their schedule against ft P ir Lanes 2904 team drew a first round bye and / r PIESEI Sandbar 2773 will not see action until Friday The Red Flashes
outscored
rff-
teams
of higher classification, Alan Cover is heading the list f1.S. COAST GUARD
High, Ind. 3-Garaes night when they tankle with the VEST JACKET
which certainly doesn't hart of scorers on Coach Wayne Ben- nandina in the second quarter. 15-
them any by tournament time.Wr'have ner's B team with 137 points C.'Hodge 665 winner of the P. K. YongeGreenCove f APPROVE ARE ? TYPES 12,.,to take a S3-25 halftime lead
'* with Richard Schomas second F. Bowen 649J. game. RECOMMENPED'Wi as Conner and Geros scored &
Drury 624 The B Team tournament opensat points apiece to lead the Milliard
often wondered why with 111 Benny Alvarez is third r
with High Team CameOrville's four o'clock Thursday after- .. 11jjj team. Ronnie Sapp led the Pirates
another school in this area, or 105 and Jerry Beard fourth :' .
1031 noon, with Live Oak meeting with 4
points.
any area, had not tried to entice with 76. Barry Rice rounds out Sandbar kbJ: ,
988 Starke in the ,
Roger Wrench to leave Hilliard. the top five with 44 points. opening game The two teams battled on almost -
Hadden Lanes
Wrench has always loved Hi). 983 Macclenny will play Santa Fe at 'even terms during the third

Hard and the fans there and as Sammy Alvarez and Jimmy J. High Ind. Game seven, with Green Cove playingP. PRESERVERS ; :; period, with Hilliard scoring IT,
Drury 242 K. Yonge at eight-thirty to while the Pirates scored 18 and
vre .mentioned above his record Gordon two former Pirate star SEAT ,
probably cannot be equalled. JA athletes were at the Hilliard- C.. Williamson Hodge 227 239J. round ,out action for the opening) MEAN JUST THAT! s"'OAS the visitors held a 50-41 lead. J.

the State of Florida. We hear Fernandina game last Saturday day.Friday Higginbotham scored 6 to tad
however, through the grapevine, night. Alvarez i b still putting in High Scratch Bowlers at seven o'clock, the THEY CAN SAVE YOUR LIFE IN CASE OF TROUBLE Milliard white RalpE Bennett rack

that he is leaving Milliard at the time for the U. S. Army and C. Hodge I 225623J. Live Oak-Starke winner will play OR. ACCIDENT IN THE WATER. / ed up six for Fernaodina, .
end of the year. Some school} b Jimmy is getting ready for a Williamson 211-559 the winner of the Maeclenny- Corbett made 9 points in .the

toing to get a fine coach and a try at baseball at FSU. F. Bowen ., 193553J. Santa Fe game and at eight FLOR.IPA GAME AND FRESH WATER f/Stf COMMIIC } final period but .Conner matched
fine fellow Drury' 212534S. I thirty the Pirates will play the Corbett with 9 points and t)1i.) .etl

ft ft ft Mrs. Skipper of Skipper's Bohannon 199-520 winner of the Green Cove .,- -. Flashes won the game, 62-5\
I Ish F. Mitchell 183509D. Springs- K. Yonge game. Corbett's 19 points topped Frv
Speaking we understand tf basketball: that our schedules own- 'lt Camp help at this Nassauville week with wasn'tmuch news Roberts I7S-5&1: The finals* will be played on Pirate Scoring 200-Mile I i| by David A, Full of Salem, Mass., nandina scorers with Ronnie Sapp-

Pirates will seek some newschools as she says fishing has been slow Saturday night seven-thirty.. Sports has its work cut out for it in bagging 14, Ralph Bennett .10,
her '. In the varsity tournament at THRU IIILLl.c\RD GAME the big road race. Lined up Steve Thomas 8, Joe Thrift 2, S.
basketball out for the week
'next season way past KAC
I Live Oak, the Pirates play Mac- Car Event Opens against it will be some of the Beckett 3, and John Crisp 2,
Bishop Kenny, Bolles, Ribault, except for two days when a Ronnie, Sapp 20J I
fastest
biggest
sports in
Donnie Conner scored 25 point
cars
clenny' at six o'clock Thursday
St. and Palatka couple of fishermen from Callahan
Augustine are a Charles Corbett 19 8 I the .
few of the teams that may' appear brought in some nice catches Bowling League night in the tournament opener, John Crisp 11:3 Races'DA U. S.Douglas to lead Milliard. J. 'Higgjnbothani
on the 19G3-C4 Pirate basketball of whiting and trout. She hopes with, Santa Fe playing Green Steve Thomas 1m Dnytona I Thiem of Milwaukee scored 12, B. Bray 7, G. Copps 2

i schedule. v with' nicer weather that fishing IY H. B. ELLIS, Jr. Cove at seven-thirty. Live Oak Ralph Bennett 5 4 YTOXA BEACH, FLA. .. |swill drive the only ,privately and W. West 1.
In the B the Pirates
ft : will be good again soon. will battle Starke at' nine Thurs- Donnie prazell 4 0() A Corvette Sting Ray! that is I owned Ferrari Dino- in the country game young
WEEK defeated Hilliard
OF 1-24 i 74-47 Alan
t Willie Sweatt was back at his # day night. I Steve Beckett 2 9 capable of doing 165 MPH or and Charlie Kolb of Miami, Cover made 17 as .
Total) points. BeanyAl
The I Friday will find the Macclen- better .in racing clothes will be, II Fla., will handle a Maserati 300
first love fishing -Idst week Keystone Conference is I Team Standings W L Pins winner playingthe Joe Thrift 2 7 r varez scored 13, Richard Schema
end, and as usual brought 'a holding a B Basketball Tourna- ny-Fernandina Richard Sapp 8 lone of the cars to beat in the S. ,
Bombers 41 27 42576 winner of the Santa Fe- 10, Barry Rice 8, Richard ,Nobles
fine catch. We have never heardof ment this year at Starke on Mixers 37 31 42056Murray's Cove at Ted Steger 6 i 200-mile( SCCA-FIA U. S. open Other cars and their driversare 8, Randy Price 8, John Harrison
Green seven
Willie in with February 7, 8 and 9. Fernandina game !Jim 2, road race at Daytona Interna-I Art Habersin
coming Madeira
an em* Store 334 42378 o'clock with the winner of the Rylant 4, Beryl Rice 4, Mike Conner ,1,
pjy boat. Me' bas a'private 'fish drew a first round bye and will Paper, Mill 27 41 39075 tional Speedway next Beach, Fla. (Lister ChevyJ); Don I and Mike Rice L.Migginbotham .
Live Oak-Starke playing
ing hole somewhere out theren meet the winner of the P. K. game B TEAM Feb. 3.The Kirby, Rochester, $ Y. (Old scored 18 points
that big ocean which is a deep, Yonre.Greeu Cove Springs B High Team, 3-Games P. K. Yonge at eight-thirty. Alan Corer 13 7 road race, the first of YallerJj Gordon Richardson, All to lead the young Milliard team.

dark secret. lie must bait the game winner on Friday'night at Bombers Store __ 2942Murray's A consolation game will be Richard Schomas 111 eight this year which will count ston Mass. (Lotus 23)); Bernie I J. D. Stokes scored Id, G, Davh

fish when he' leaves for home]: eight-thirty Mixers I 2826 played at seven o'clock on Saturday Benny Alvarez 105 I toward the American drivers' Keller Mansfield, 0. (Elva Buick. 8, }1. Allison 5, J. Bucbanao 4,
2807 the
they will be in the same spot R night, preceding champ- Jim Beard. 7 6 i title, will be run over the &81 Sports); Harry Heuer, Chicago I T. Conner 2, J. Conner 1 tnd 'L,
when he returns. 'The Keystone Conference Basketball High Ind. 3-Games ionship game *t eight-thirty. Barry Rice I 44 track and road course of the I' (Meister Brauser Chapparal); I Lloyd 1. -.
tournament for the var. F. Bowen 642 Randy Price 3 7 Speedway and serve as the first I Don Devine, Chicago (Meister I .

sity teams will be staged on B\ Joyce 621 Pirates Defeated Richard Nobles 33, major event of annual "Speed ': Brauser Scarab); Bud Gates, In- i circuit in the infield, call for
February 14, 15 and 16 at Live I C. Braddock 612, Richard Williams. >21 Weeks." |dianapolis; Ind. (Apache Roadster speed, skill, st stamina f and a 'lIb

Dozier & Gay Oak, but the Pirates were not as I High, leant Game Jack Barniak 20 The, 200-miler will be preceded )II );' Bob Marvin, Indianapolis, eral portion of plain cour*;}.
fortunate as the B team Pirates. :Bombers 1038 57-51 In Battle Beryl Rice 25 I on Saturday by eight SCCA Central I Ind. (SHE roadster); ,Hamilton The road race, in addition to
SemiG.IQssEnamel' Fernandina will play Baker Mixers 968 Mike Rice 17 Florida Regional races featuring -Vose, Chicago (Lister Buick). the points it carries for the driv

County High on Thursday night Murray's. Store 965 With Green CoveThe John Harrison 0 G f!: the latest Amelcan..and Neither men nor machines will ers' title, packs $ ,600 In cist
at six o'clock with the winner High{ Ind. GameF. Charles Burns '' oJ 4 European 'sports cars in various I be spared in the 200-miler. The awards,' with $1200 gftin. to. the
meeting the winner of the Santa Bowen' 257 Hank Bailey .2: categories" I high-banked turns of the Speedway : first place finishers/in the 2000cc
White or Colors$3,95Gal. Fie 'Green Cove Springs game on B. Tucker I 244S. Green Cove Springs Blue Mike Conner .1 1 The 'Sting i Ray to be driven'i' proper, and the, twisting!, and under 2000"ce 'dust:
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Friday night. The finals will be Bohannon' 230 Devils evened the score with the ,

played on Saturday night High Scratch BowlersF I Pirates* for the basketball season :' '." ', : .... :.

L -. Bowen 227-552 as they edged Ferfiandina, 57- : : .. ..: \. *"
EZ' PlC14TH \ In advertising, America has B. Joyce 191-543 51'ina Keystone;i.Conference ., '- .
I found the key to unfock) the. le- J, Williamson 193-540 game at, Green Cove Springs

&, EECII, \, s fulJJess_ and )ingenuity of, J:S. Bohanmm t 213-524 Tuesday nightAsvu&alfctthen -ii. :
r..f -J ecanomJt 9; riddork't,!r' '. ;-. J'll;5GfT = .i8tftwo teams .1<:: tll'SHARP' I DEALER-

...... meet a real,,battle takes place and ;
.. ihis was no exception. The'first \ .. {;
'I quarter ended with screen Coven ".. ,'w,. "J Ii.;> 1
front, 12-10, and they 'continued { ANNUAL .
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to stay ahead at: the end 'of f .: : / ,

FERNANDINA BEACH TIDESCOURTESY the: second period, 2824. . Ralph Bennett led the Piratesto '"
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a. 17-13 scoring period I r
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OF TIJESE] MERCHANTS AND BUSINESS MEN third quarter with Fernandina mi
I knotting the score at 4141. In

the final eight minutes Green -
\ Cove outscored the Pirates:!, 1C-10, 16ft

George'sMachine ; to win the game, 5751. Fernan w

Henry J LCHIMHCONTRACTOR I diva had only four free throw attempts ..
Suburban I making one, while' Green D .,...

Shop, Cove Springs made 13 of 19 free 'H &..
shots.
27 N. 2nd St. Shore Gas Co. Charles. Corbett regained some ....
MODERNIZING Machine Work of his early season fofm and led .- "

the Pirates in scoring with 18
BUILDING REMODELING Welding, Brazing SERVING .,1...
Marine Repairs ALL points, while Ralph Bennett Tho- AGAIN-JUST LIKE LAST YEAR-COLD WEATHER UP NORTH ALLOWS EXTRA SHIPMENTS OF ::
YOUR NEEDS IN came through with 12. Steve ,

125 South :2nd! Street Special Shrimp l Service Trawlers Td LP GAS AND mas Thrift added 4, and 9, Ronnie Steve Beckett Sapp 6,2.JOI/t/ BRAND-NEW FORDS DOWN HERE-ALL PRICED TO MOVE! EXTRA SAVINGS FOR YOU! IMMEDIATE r'.


Phone 2G1-5200 All Work Guaranteed GAS APPLIANCES T. Clark .led Green Cove Parker with DELIVERIES, EQUIPPED JUST-AS YOU LIKE! HURRY IN-YOU WONT GET STUCK! GET THE POINT? :.: ".

Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 19 points, followed by : -- ---....
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Monday1 Thru Saturday with 18.The -
7 South 7th St. -
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: Pbento' Day 261-3711 Fernandina B team defeated :- r .
Night 2(1-5333 Phone 261.3661TIDES the Green Cove B team in a r.1. .

preliminary ga ie, 37-23, to keep ,.I. oj; ...... .
rolling toward a fine basketball This Falcon Futura is ,

Complete Line of season. A 20point.fourth quart: one.of 6 convertiblesin ,'
Mercury Parts I ter; put the Pirates far ahead. fa 3 sizes from Ford I IAH -

a low-scoring game. .with service-saving
T. H.: KING Richard Schomas led the way features, some withbucket ,
at JETTIES with ,8 points.whife' Benny Al-
IJORUM( BOATS varez scored 6, Beryl Rice 4, .. seats! J',1 ..,.;

GATOR TRAILERS Add 30 Minutes For PHOTO SHOP Alan Cover 4, Barry Rice: 4, I _,

Fernandina Harbor Mike Rice 3, Richard Williams '
LASSERRE Roll 2 Richard Noh- -: '. ;, "
ProcessingDeveloping 2, John, Harrison -
MOTOR CO. HIGH LOWSaturday les 2 and Randy Price 2. Save.on a big FordIEnjoy : ,.::
& PrintingKodak R. Sweat led the Green Cove B 4NsIJ '
Ford Galaxie'snew
261-3819
S. 8th St. Ph. Feb. 2nd .
team in scoring with 12- $10 Million Ride ._. ....

2:29 a.m. 9:02: a.m. Film r. in a luxurious sedan, .......,.

3:02: p.m 9:27: p.m. Photo Supplies BowlereftesBY hardtop I wagon, or
Going Fishing? convertible all with "
Sunday, Feb. 3rd '
Movie-Colored/ 1 & RegularWeddings service-saving fea
Visit Us For 3:37: a.m. 10:07 a.m. SHIRLEY ,JACKSON turesl .._ :

Complete Line Of 4:11 p.m. 10:28 p.m. :THRU JAN. 29

Fishing Tackle Portraits by Appointment .
\ Only
Monday Feb. 4th Total -
0 Rods Reel _.
W L Pins .
4:44: a.m. 11:12.a.m.. Team .....
Outdoor ; Studios At 504 Ash St.
Camping 5:17 p.m. 11:27 p.m. 1. Hadden Lanes 54 22 38075 ,, fMow'sthetimetogetawagon r
EquipmentFIRESTONE !. Setters 39 37 38179 from America's

Tuesday, Feb 5th Phone 261-4586 I 3. Beach Lounge 3G 40 31355 wagon specialist! ..K-c... :_
sgsa.m. .. 4. Hardee Bros. 35.u 31315 Choice of 15 wagons -- - -
5. Baileys 33 43 37365 in 4 si es,' includingthe
BEACH SUPPLY. 6:16 p.m. 12:09: p.m. 6. Was 31 45 3710Hirk '63 Ford Galaxie n:'

li: AUntie Ate HMIK, Wednesday, Feb. 6th Team Single Game Country Sedan illustrated rv
Hadden Lanes G09 here. I.....'
6:413.m. 12:26 a.m. Floor SandingRefinishing Setters 580

7:07: p.m. 1:02: p.m. Hardee Bros. 519 nu.

Shoes For Men High Ind. Single Game i .M.T .
'Thursday, Feb.. 7th Eleanor Flint 203 '

REPAIRS WHILE 7:30:: a.m. 1:07:: ajn.7:5Spjn. Floor Tile Ruth Williamson x 192 192High BE SMART..BUY SMART! P.S. PRESENT CAR DOES NO HAVE 0BE10OR! ,:

1:50: p.m. Shirley Jackson
Team Three Games t
WlxlngShoe -
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YOU WAIT Friday, Feb. 8th Hadden Lanes 1691 ....

8:14: a.m. 2:00: ajn. Paul E. Hanson Setzer Wl .
; : ; Baileys M"
Hospital 8:39 p.m. 2:34 p.nu losserre Motor '
Games Company
High Ind. Three' -- ,:
Tides Courteiy Phone 261-4609 Eleanor Flint Ul

9 North 4th Street Cwt & Gtodtttc Sumy Patsy CotUe .. _' 4 :i *,* 506 ,
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News From Reading, Writing --, -. -

McKENZIE:Fresh Frozen BABY ((4 Full Pounds)
:The Rec CenterBY Classes Slated 5 S AY Er
I I 4'R =a- ; Limas i 2. Z lb. PkgL 1.

On TV Series, ?
i I SANDY DcSANDRO McKENZU Fresh Frozen GREEN ((3Va Full Pounds)
YOU
GIVES
THURSDAY. JANUARY 31: Ceramics Class ((10 and 11)) in "
I the Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m., Think how cpmplicated life 4d BeansMcKENZIE 2. 1t1/.lb. Pkgs.vakLStAI $1. tL
Playschool, in the Game Room Martha Jean Puletti would be if you couldn't read. i
Instr.
at 9:30 a.m., Joan Bean, Instr. Tri iii Y in the Art Room,at street signs if you had to sign i I Fresh Frozen BUCKETED ((4 Full POUlldSPeas. )

Adult] Ceramics Class in the 7:30 p.m.Island. checks with an "x" if you"t 2. $1. .
Ceramic Room at 9:30 a.m., Squares Club in the were unable to els or me. 2.Lb.PkgL
Martha Jean Puletti dicine bottles or fill out an em- -
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Instrti Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. amP" McKENZIE Fresh Frozen ((4 Full Pounds) 1w
E II
i Ballet Class: ((3 and 4)) in the Barbershop Quartet in the Con ployment application. 1 p
Auditorium at 10:00 a.m., Julanne ference Room,at 8:00 p.m. That's the plight of some 1,342, '- Corfl2.Lb.PkL; $1. J
Owens, Instr. / men and women in this County
Ballet WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6: who are classified by the Census _
Class ((6 ) in the
yrs. Bureau as functional illiterates: Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good thru Feb 2 t
Auditorium at 2:30 Julan Girl Scout OD
p.m. Troop 108 in the because they cannot.read or wiite WINN DIIILTOILIINC.-COPYRIGHT-1)13 OR ,
ne Owens, Instr. Game Room at 3:00 p.m.
Ballet Class ((5 and 6)) in the Atlantic Avenue Playground, on the sixth grade JeveLStarting A delicious change of pace.
February 25, a brand 4 ., 'a, .-.xhi Finest quality USDA Choice
Auditorium at 3:30 p.m., Julanne supervised play, 3:30. 5:30: p.m., e j& '
new 20-week television series, ,= Lcmb. Choose from our
Owens, Instr. Hugh Sides, Supv. "Operation Alphabet" will offer lIt3 44.,, plete selection ot the COI1)t t
Ballet Class ((7.9)) in the Auditorium Ceramics Class ((12;and 13)) in these individuals an opportunit7 .' aT I price on top quality fresh American .
the Ceramics Room at 3:30 Grown Lamb. Close trimmed
at 4:30 Julanne
: p.m. ND ,
p.m. to learn these basic skills right in .m,, I w t I of excess fat end bone
Martha Jean Puletti, -
Owens, Instr. Instr. their own homes. The series is being 2 t U. ,IDYRNNINI AD'1 t Before weighing to assure you
Atlantic Avenue Playground Adult Ceramics Class in the supported by, local agencies, *,' #- y .4. '1' of getting more I lean tasty lamb
supervised play, 3:30: 5:30 p.m., Ceramics Room at 7:30 p.m., Martha and will be broadcast over Sta (,, w ., far your money.
Hugh Sides, Jean Puletti, Instr. .
Supv.
tion WFGA, Channel 12 and
Cub Scout Pack 171 in the THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7: WJCT, Channel 7. ,
Game Room at 7:15 p.m. If you have a friend or neighbor .
Ilayschool in the Game Roomat who is unable to read or write
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1: 9:30 a.m., Joan Bean, Instr. well, tell him about "Operation
Adult Ceramics Class in the .
Alphabet" Encourage him to view
Sub-Teen Club in the Game
Ceramics Room at 9:30: a.m., Mar the series. Because of his inability .I V+ L
Room 7:15 &S
at
pm. U. S. CHOICE Whole Half
or
tha Jean Puletti, Instr. to read, he cannot learn ? I
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2: Ballet Class ((3 and 4)) in the about the series from this article, u
Auditorium at 10:00 a.m., Julanne or any other printed material. Leg-0-Lambu. 69x
Teen 'Club in the Game Room '
Owens, Instr., Nassau County is not alone In
at 7:30 p.m.MONDAY Ballet Class ((6 yrs.) in the, having a large population of a .
t U. S. CHOICE Lamb ShoulderRoast"
FEBRUARY 4: Auditorium at 2:30 p.m., Julanne functional illiterates. It i is a shocking S n
Owens, Instr. fact that 11 million adult Am-
M Children's Art Class in the Art Ballet Class ((5 and 6)) in the ericans, 10 percent of the population } 49x
Room 'at 3:30: p.m., Faith Britton, Auditorium at 3:30 p.m., Julanne aged 1.8 and over, fall into SMALL FULL HALF or WHOLE
Instr. Owens, Instr. the illiterate category U. S. CHOICE Lamb Shoulder'
,i .Atlantic., Avenue Playground Ballet Class ((7.9)) in the Auditorium The reasons for their illiteracyare
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supervised play, 3:30: 5:30 p.m., at 4:30: p.m., Julanne various: youngsters 'often I
1,.yg1l Sides, Supv. I Owens, In tr. leave school for economic reasons; Smoked HAMS c9R59CHO ;
Teen-age Ballet Class in the Atlantic Avenue Playground, family background may not encourage '
Auditorium at 3:30 p.m., Julanne supervised play, 3:30.5:30: p.m., schooling; compulsory attendance I
Owens, Instr. Hugh Sides, Supv. laws are hard to enforcein
'"Pre-teen Ballet Class in the Rehearsal for Miss Nassau some areas; many of the illiterates -I Famous quality Sunnyland Smoked C h 7 9/ I
'Auditorium at 4:30 1 J.nL, Julanne County Beauty Contest in the are foreign-born. Hams. No center slices removed. 0 P 5
Owens, Instr. Auditorium at 7:00: p.m. How do these undereducated Buy full half or whole at this low
,
Adult Ballet Exercise Class in Young Democrats in the Conference Americans earn a living, in our price. Protein rich and full of nour U. S. CHOICE Lamb Loin
..the Auditorium at 8:00 p.m., Jul. Room at 8:00 p.m. highly technical society? ishment. Perfect for any meal. A
anne Owens, Instr. "Life is becoming increasingly family favorite that dresses up your Chops IB 98x
Jaycees In the Conference Roomat Smokey Says difficult for the illiterates in this table for company best and makes
8:00: p.m. : treat for left overs. Guar- .
country, says Mr. Weisner local a special U. S. CHOICE GroundLamb
"'a'dults and Teens Ceramics superintendent of schools. "Abil anteed to bring praise for the cook
S Class in the Ceramics Room'at ity to read and write is a basic requirement Money back if you're not com LB. 49"
7:30 Martha Jean Puletti, 1 u
: p.m. ,51ATtiEE I of more and more employers pletely satisfied. ------
/ Instr. I, today. Undereducated men
/1/ TUESDAY, FEBRUARY: 5: I and women fill our welfare rolls I "11I'1I1Ii/.1I/1 /111 III mE I I LAND 0' SUNSHINECREAMERY
/ and unemployment lines. The man
s Playscllool in, the Game Room 111M, Id 4.a I with no education, with no skill,: '50 Free V&C Green StampsWITH
/ at 'JJ30: a.m., Joan Bean, Instr. f rdi'a1 bne, 1 rI is bound to be a derelict in our THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF .;: PLAIN or SELF-RISING ,
1/ Bcpwnie Troop 355 in the Game I I fast-moving industrial world unless I ONE PKC FROZEN SOUTHERN '
/ Room at 3:00: p.m. I s4 ill 8r landau active efforts made to reclaim -
tflrouej ffK year I are COCONUT CAKE Flour
: Tap Dance Class in the Auditorium i. W+h bcauW r..re him. lie is an untapped re- Pillsbury
at 3:30 Julanne +eryriRre. 1 GOOD THRU FEBRUARY 2ND B U E R
,!. p.m., source both to himself and .our
AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
Owens: Instr. 1 society. He needs help." d
: Ballet Class ((9.11)) in the Audi.I M 1 Illiteracy is passed on fromgeneration 10 r I
torium at 4:30 p.m., Julanne 1 ;itI 1 : to generation, education -
Owens, Instr. ; w : educated 5-lb. bag
experts warn. Poorly 39
Atlantic Avenue Playground, 1 PLtvr Hr R rsrrRLs111 -... j parents tend to look upon edu! L ? '
supervised! play, 3:30: 5:30: p.m., I cation with hostility or indifference ., .. I SAVE 20 1..Ib. 49ir
1 Hugh Sides, Supv. 1 a poem as lately as a tree! and this feeling is reflect I 50 Free :&.<6)/" Green'Stamps
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--- - in their children, who become the
I WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OFTwoPKGS qtrs.
1. school dropouts of today, the;I _
c* IDAHO VALLEY BALLARD Plain or Self-Rising
1 0 kayA chronic unemployed of tomorrow -
.. 01 fiR "Operation Alphabet" is the >'> FRENCH FRIES Limit 1 with $5.00 food order
3 9
.. 6 A b xk newest and best TV literacy pio- GOOD 1HRU FEBRUARY 2ND Flour5UBAG II
'Nw"t t6k. Ato gram available, according to the AT ANY WINN-DIXIE h( I h(

nation's reading authorities. It I a..,, Limit 1 with $5.00 food order;
k Q was developed over a period of .ur 50 Free VVC fireen Stamps
}I two by the Philadelphia
; years J7l WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF ..
: Public Schools. It has been estimated t r l I
___ ,,',;, ONE 100-CouNT BOTTLE
J Jf E 0 ii 75,000 men that,and between women 50,000 in and the ,50 Free #;/: Green Stamps 50 Free 2W Green Stamps BAYER ASPIRIN

Philadelphia broadcast area have WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF GOOD THRU FEBRUARY aND I II
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benefited from the course. (MAKES QTS.) PKC .THRIFTY MAID ONE 2LB. PKC CRACKIN'GOOD AT ANY WINN-DIXIE I
.. "The adult who conscientiouslyfollows Insl. Powdered Milk i FIG BARS 14 _._ '(.
Operation Alphabet'
FEBRUARY 2ND GOOD THRU FEBRUARY aND
:. throughout the 100 lessons and or e 9* Each THRIFTY MAID Yellow Cling
I who studies' and practices with I kg"S No. Wi'
the TV I Home-Study Book will I, 1s ( Peaches 5 Cons $1.

; sa sI have a basic reading ability," says
Mr.\ Weisner. "He will recognize,i BLUE or WHITE ARROW Save 11* 5* Each ASTOR Select FRUIT

I R 3. \ understand, and be able to use: CocktailSave 5 303 $1.
S y : i 3.x.. Cons
more words. He will be able to GIANT
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S j a understand common signs and Detergent BOX I. Save 2< Each :THRIFTY MAID APPLE
I directions which confront us daily, S
,. : pt : and he will be able to write bet Sauce 8"" 1
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1.e ;:; ter. lIe will be able to obtain and FRESH POLE
: Keep a job more easily, or move Save 4* Each THRIFTY MAID CS or

II I upward in his present work. Hope- Beans 2 IBs. / O :t$1.
I
II I fully, he will gain enough self-. 29c \Qtn. '. if
I confidence and appetite for learning
Save 3< Each .,THRIFTY MAID GREEN
to enroll in public school adult U. S. No.:-1 MEDIUM SIZE SWEET *
<
'I j education, classes and continue his LlmaS..6Cons
I education." i.Sore .

Television stations in approximate Potatoes 5 LBS 49 7; Each THRIFTY MAID Pineopple-Gr
!/ 100 other cities are either t. S

.. .MELT AWAY WINTER WITH. showing or are scheduled to show Drink. 5- 1.
I "Operation Alphabet"For MORTON APPLE
CHERRY, PEACH, COCONUT
S further' information call Sort 3% Ea. THRIFTY MAID Whole or Cut Sweet
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r STANDARD 2G1-S833. Fruit Pies. FAMILY SIZE 29 Potatoes 5 No Cans, $1 .

Save ]( li. THRIFTY MAID 3 sv. Alaska or Lge.

I ft t! 3 BURNER OIL Trooperfiui SUPERBRAND ALL FLAVORS Swt Peas 6 Cons 3a3 $1.

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... ..i. /e. S Ice Cream HALF GAL 591. '

: "Warms almost like Summer" : r ..N.

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: Flood your home with "sunshine" warmth .... r 3 t

: at the first hint Winter.. Let us fill your i I i t ;it YOUR I II CHOICE

: tank now- and keep it filled- with / 1i'ra I IIBI I I '1 fi'IJ .. VACUUM PACKED '

: STANDARD BURNER OIL. Clean-firing. "

: Economical. Safe- the odorless clean- POLY.UNSATURATED .' .-.--. Astor Coffee r'

.: i burning fuel that gives you maximum heat / Astor 5 1 -
: r I Shortening
i for your money. I
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: \Vhatever type of oil-burner-you have, you I can ,I

: can depend on us for unfailing deliveries of I ;,. 3-lb. can 0' 111 SAVE 211MAXWELL r- .

: STANDARD BURNER OIL when you need it. I SAVE 11 Ifl

II -. I HOUSE Save' 19< ff

I Your own safety, as wellas POLY- NSATURATED Save 15e. Coffee 1LB.lB. 481 I -
I the other fellow's, demands ,

(STANDARD) H. F. STONE.JL Agent i the-.dimming of lftsco Crisco 68 Limit 1 with $5.00food .V

.OIL : :, tj your l lights' so you won't CAN ..., .,, 1 orderrfF '"
,, "Our Business Is Serving You" blind on oncoming driver.If r Limit I with $5,00 .
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FURNISHED APi ON BEACH I i
I PUBLIC NOTICE :
Phone 261-4944 after 2:30 Elm StreetRecrealion ..
E WANT AD RATES LV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE
p.m. tfc. FOURTH JUDICUL: CIRCUIT OF .

: .05 per word .75 minimum I TilE STATE OF FLORIDA LV AM) .; ,
TWO BEDROOM furnished aplClose I OR NASSAU COUNTy- CHAN- .I.IVj CenterBY i
Card 9f Thanks Resolutions CERY. CASE NO. Z280

jy : and Similar Notices in downstairs, garage LV RE: Petition of Samuel Nasby and

and private entrance. Phone his wife, Maria Nasby for the entry HENRY MATTHEWS
..03 per word |1.00 minimum! of an Order of Adoption for ___
261-4227 for to inspect _
appointment _
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infant Sibley a minor and for
: Cal 261.3686 or 261.3687 tic change of name. Friday, February 1: Outdoor ,,
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or place ad at office NOTICE i OF CEEDLVGS ADOPTION PRO- Activities Basketball Drills,

511 Ash Street TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED TO: rIondie: Chatman Sibley. Boundball, and Dodgeball.:
:_ I I 213 South 10th Street. TTTr.:2A
private 421 N.
entrance.
apt., I Fernandina Beach. Florida. Saturday, February 2: Indoor

3rd. tic I Peter Llbley, Activities, Checkers Contest, I

f-: FOR SALE APTS. You Kingslatrd are hereby eorgia.: notified that the ,Card Playing Contest, Table ,
ALEXANDER
I above-named petitioners Samuel Nas. Tennis Championship and Social 1 ,
MODERN, FURNISHED APT i by and his wife, Maria Nasby have Activities. I

-SMALL HOUSE, extra large 337 N. Fletcher, No. 2. Hot I filed an amended Petition in the I: '
I above-styled Court for the adoption of 3 Outdoor
Monday February t
: shaded lot. Near Points, Mrs. water furnished $55 month :I a minor child named therein and you jc: / t :
are required to show cause why the Activities, Skating Hop Scotch, i
Lois round. L Phone
Sheffield 2GM544. tfe.I95G Apply Apt.
?" year
:
should not be
same granted by serirrg ; ) Kickball, and Basketball :
---- --------- 261-3114. tIc
a copy of your written defenses. if I
PLYMOUTH V.8I door I I any, upon Albin C. Thompson Jr.. Attorney Craft Local No. 805 in Lounge I .

::: $100 or will trade for boat I I TWO BEDROOM apt. upstairs, Avenue.for Fernandina Petitioners.Beach.308 Atlantic Florida at 5:30 P.M.Tuesday I' '

: motor., 231-5894, 261-4G87.. J31c furnished. All electric kitchen. I and by filing the original thereof with I{I 0 February 4: Indoor I Ii ____ a ..
--- the Clerk of said Court. on or befre S. ,
3955 V.8 "PLYMOUTH -convert.-- Phone 261-5269 or 2613230. tfe the fth day of February, 1963; other. i Activities, Storytelling Rope f ; ,

wise a Decree may be entered agairM Jumping, and Team Games. r
M ible. Good condition, red and UPPER DECK APTS. Complete.! you granting said adoption. 'ei H''''

.. white, power-steering, brakes, WITNESS my hand and the MaJ! r.f : f Craft Local No. GfO in'Loungeat I _
.
ly furnished including TVV ;
said Court at 'ernandina I>eau. Nassau dw 7:00 : 's' ,
: AT, R & H. 2G1-3932. J31c Phone 2613118. tIc I I i County Florida, this 14 day of P.M. .. :

.r-------. December, 1962. Wednesday February 5: Out I ...
J2 FOOT E-Z KAFT aluminum! (SEAL) D. 0. OXLtY LAF Service &Jfo ,t'
TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED Clerk of the Circuit Court Cepr. door Activities, Basketball Drills, I '

fibbing boats. Just arrived from apt. on beach, year round $60 Fourth Judicial Circuit. In and I 4RETHERE'S Skating, and Physical Fitness. ,'
Z factory. Potts Fish Camp, I For Nassau County. tate ol '>; ...
Yulee, Florida. Phone 225-53C2. mo. Howard Hammond 261. Florida. I NO OTHER WAY OUt MOM AMDDAD Thursday, February 6: Indoor ; "S ,
.
3733. tic I5y J. Warren Jackson. ST. D. C. ..
Activjties, Storytelling Rope
1 F7c I I 4t MO. 17. :*, 31 ARE FIGURING ON BUYING A I ,
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Jumping, and Team Games.
UNFURNISHED house 'I /; .'....
;ONE KELVINATOR electric I SMALL i PUBLIC NOTICE' 3-BATHROOM HOME ".,1':, .' ,1.0...
for rent 1310 Franklin St Call

: range, $25. One igidaire reM 261-5277 for further information. LV CIRCUIT COURT 10URTII Too Late NEWEST INSURANCE AGENCY in Fernandina Beachis
fri;.erator, $15. Both in good .JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. I
I' tic NASSAU COUNT FLORIDA, being operated by James E. Bowers for State FarnVItt.-\
( m condition. Call 261. 7 41. tfc LN

I II\-. !-.-___ TWO BEDROOM downstairs I I CHANCERYNo.. 2607 PUBLIC NOTICE Soil' ConservationBY To ClassifyBy surance Co. Shown at entrance are Bowers, left, and Robert .

: 958 FORD % TON pickup, ply '' furnished Year round. $55. LENA BELLE CORDON,, I IN THE .JUVENILE COURT IV AND E. McCauley, district manager. : '. .
apt. FOR NASSAU COUNTY STATEOF
.. wood enclosed back., :ood condi. I Plaintiff HElD POWELL SCS ,
126 S. Fletcher. Phone 261-3138 MANSUR .1. FA1YWAL and ZAII1EHM. FLORIDAIN Russell Kay
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I
tion. $COO. Angus; ..,: FAttVVAL,his wife, et aL. TilE INTEREST OF,
: 2615976. qciates'l tfc. Defendant BABY "X" White Male, Child I Two additional pond sites are Now that sufficient time has VA Consultant Thomas G. Hall, 11 North, 4th

I NOTICE OF SUIT NOTICE OF FILINJ5 PETITON FOR being surveyed and investigatedfor Street, on Monday, February 4,
.- TWO BEDROOM unfurnished The State of FlArida FERMANENT COMMITMENT OF elapsed since the freeze to check
CONN MINUET ORGAN 2 TO: HERALD ISAKER-and DORIS E. CHILD TO A LICENSED CHILD Hampton Walker in his the damage, it is gratifying to To Visit Area 2to-l p.m. ., .... .
house.
... years old $1700 vhcn new, sac- BAKER his wIfe Residence PLACING AGENCY FOR SUBSE. water conservation anci* recreation Veterans and their dependents
ft Unknown QUENT ADOPTION. find that for the most part our Assistant State Service OfficerJoseph
: rifice for $1200. Phone 2613343. (39.11)) (4a) project near Boulougne. wishing appointment isith
I ( an
You are hereby notified that a suit famed attractions such as Cypress
TWO ROOM furnished j
tic apartmentR has been filed against you in the THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: These are in addition to the 100 II' Crawford will be at the Crawford may arrange one'by
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Gardens, Turner's Sunken Gardens,
above aud Ul.at'OU :
cause; are hereb I acre lake already established.The '
You hereby notified that a peti-- office of County Service Officer calling Hall at 2614200. ,
KJSED BICYCLES $5.00 and H. F. SAHLMAN required to file your arrswer with the are Sarasota Jungle Gardeps, Weeki ,
Clerk of this Court. and to serve A I tion under oath has been filed irt the two new lake sites are on ." ,..
; up. All sizes and makes. Call PHONE 261.3221MISCELLANEOUS 'copy thereof upon the' plaintiff orplaintiff's above styled Court for the permanent small tributaries or streams Wachee Springs, Silver Springs, :!
commitment of Baby "X'', a white The Great and other!
whose and
2614482. tIc attorney name I Masterpiece .
address is: Harvey Mabry, 1025 I'.ar- male child, whose .true name is unknown which flow into the large lake. I *
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nett Dank Building, Jacksonville 2. born on or about the 30th. dayof i Mr. Walker plans to impound as spots where tender tropical :
..CHAIN LINK FENCE highest I Florida not later than 21st day of December 1962 found on January2nd. I growth is in abundance, came :
1963 abandoned in an automobile I much water in these two areasas Western A ,
lowest AD. 1963.If toRepossession "
quality, price. Phone February
in !
through good shape and z
you fail to do so, decree pro con. parked in the parking area in front of J the soil conditions and water very
: Fernandina Beach, 2615032. tIc the "Playbill Cocktail Bar and : ,...
: fesso will be entered against you for are so colorful as ever with plenty I 'p
IF YOU'RE INTERESTED in i,I the relief demanded in the complaint. Lounge". located approximately three supply will permit.
of flowers and of
SINGER SLANT-0-MATIO Sew. I) The nature of said suit being for (3)) miles south of Callahan Florida Technical assistance on the plenty green. i
** old stamps or coins, phone on U. S. highway No. 1. to a Licensed I I' '
machines and I foreclosure of Mortgage encumberingthe two lake sites is being This may sound like a fairytale
supplied
ing
parts
repairs Cora Winans at 2615421. tfc !I following described property, situate Child Placmg Agency for subsequent Sale
: any make. Inquire Mather in Nassau County, Florida, to-wit::,. l adoption. and you are hereby 'commanded by the Soil Conservation Service to the farmers who lost their !! ;

Furniture, Wm. Rhodes, repre. COLOR TONE renews your natural Block All of numbered Lots numbered 16 of 2 the and Townof 3 in court at to the be and county appear courthouse in the above Fer I I through the Nassau Soil Conservation crops or citrus growers who lost : ,

n scntative. tfc I I,i hair beauty. ,Fabulous Billiard, Nassau County Florida nandina' Heach Florida at 2:00 P.M. i io'clock. ,District their fruit to say nothing of thousands j

p. color for a tiny price. Vanity according to the plat of Hil- on the 21st day of February of home owners who saw!

BUY A HOMESITE on the Nas. Beauty Shop, 2614686. tIc hard Page recorded 23 of the in Public Plat Records Book 1, at of said A.D. Petition 1963 and should to show not be cause granted.why most of their plants and shrub 15'I FREEZER REFRIGERATOR "':'::

: sau River .' Beautiful! high Nassau County. Florida. Witness my hand as the Judge of bery destroyed.
said Court and the seal thereof, this
and lots. Nassauville. BAND AVAILABLE for dances (SEAL) SUNOCO
dry at .
16th. of January, A.D. 1963.J.
Witness hand and the seal of day Florida as a whole presents a I
my
: Others with 'waterfront privil. parties, grand openings, dinners, said Court at Fernandina Beach E. Weatherford pretty sad looking 'picture to our : :
12 1 II P. OUTBOARD MOTOR
Judge 'I'
Small down etc. THE DIXIELANDERS Florida this 10th day of January A.D.
eges. payment. 1U: 3. 4T 1.17. 24. 31..2.1 SERVICE STATION visitors right now, and we regr t ,I .

Terms to suit Phone Francis further information, call 261- -S- D. 0. OXLEY FOR LEASE it as much as they do but it is I

.. Ellis, POpular 5-2661w JacliO'i- 5237, 2G1.5324. J31p Clerk of the Circuit Court I.";
NOTICE nice to know there ,
I PUBLIC that are a
I Nassau County Florida I
viIJt. AUTOMATIC WASHER'GAS'
!: "i't;. I ROOF LEAK? Re-roofing and (A copy of the complaint filed hereinis NOTICE TO CREDITORS GOOD LOCAL AND f number of cases where Florida's'noImal ;
3 .-
attached to the copy of this notice -
1'OURIST.USINESS ,
.LARGE SHADED_LOJS atArn repairs, remodeling, etc. Phone which is mailed to each defendant for FLORIDA STATUTESIN glorious charm and beau.
lia 100 X 145. down I Fernandina Beach 2615032. tic whom a residence mote specific thana TilE COURT OF TilE COUNT! CALL ty may still be seen.
$10 $10 I in the JUDGE, NASSAU COUNTY, ILOR I STOVE : ELECTRIC STOVE
state or was
: per month. Call Howard Ham sworn statement county filed bench given by the IDA, IN PROUATE. ** J. J. Morgan j As bad as the damage was, and -
In re: Estate of
.. mond, 2Glt'3733.' tfSHERWOOD : FLOOR SANDING and refinbh- I plaintiff his' agent or attorney.) Marian Christopher, Deceased.To 333-0941 or 387-2931 it was plenty bad, many of the
Floor tt 1.17. 24. 31. 2.1I
ing. tile. Paul E. Hanson.
*- ----- All Creditors and Persons Having: Jacksonville brown, sad looking areas will turn I
FOREST nice Phone 2614609. tIc Claims or Demands Against Said,,Estate TELEVISION SET
green again come spring and summer '
: shady lots, 100 x 100, located I PUBLIC NOTICE You: and each of $ : .- :
iF YOU HAVE you are herebj] ," They will be cut back and
.4 on Amelia Road one quarter I a drinking problem NOTICE TO CREDITORS notified and required to present any.
write Alcoholics Anony.. I ILORIDA 'STATUTES claims and demands whieh you o new growth \viti restore them in DOWN
$J NO PAYMENT
mile from 5 Points. Phone 261
mous, Box 338, city. EL-G-7700 LV TilE COURT OF THE COUNTY either of you may have against the 1 time, but such a freeze is mighty \ /.. 1.
5121. if: JUDGE, NASSAU COUNTY, FLOR- estate of Marian Christopher, decease : "SEE C. B.Pete' ,
the folks who
.. tfc !i IDA, IN I'ROIIATE. ed, late of said County, to the Count discouraging to ( I'

*TWO NEW: JUUCK three bed. In re: Estate! ofMILLER Judge of Nassau County, ,Florida arJ have worked so hard and given $12 Month 'i j
MEN AND WOMEN NEEDED I .JOHN Deceased.To his office in the court house of said I such and attention to their
.:, room, den. 1% bath homes, 150 All Creditors and Persons Having I County at Fernandina Beach Florida i! INGRAM"J care .
foot frontage. $11,050 with $500 WORK IN CIVIL SERVICENo Claims or Demands Against Said Estate I within six calendar months from the I plantings.
experience time of the first publication of this I IIfotice. ON ANY ITEM ,1
: FHAorVA. necessary gram. You and each of you are hereby notified Each claim or demand sha\1J J FOR' Cypress Gardens used orchard : ,
I .. -tr---c mar school education usually and required to present any be in writing and shall state the lad heaters to protect their planting!! 'I
sufficient Train now at home claims and demands which you or I J residence and post office address!
Two BEDROOM HOUSE 5 either of you may have against the of the claimant and shall be sworn to Life Insurance with marked success while Caribbean PHONE, 261-3233 11 S. 8TH STREET
foi joba: with Security. For details of John Miller. late by the claimant his agent or attorney Gardens used .
Pts. area, $j300 with $SOO down, estate : deceased. Retirement Income 70 degree
address of said to the Judgeof and such claim or demand I \? .
Ii" send name, phone County Courtly any water from ,
$3D month. to NATIONAL TRAINING I Nassau County, Florida at his of. not so filed shall be void. &'t i1t: Health & Accident' underground deep ----- -- -- -- .
fc & no. : lice in the court house of said County -Leatta MitchellAs wells, spraying plants and trees
w 3ERVICE, P. 0. Box 500, Greenwich at Fernandina leach: Florida within administrator of the Estate oAs i 1 .. Hospitalization the three ,
DOWNER WILL SACRIFICE 2 continuously through
six calendar months from the timeof executor of the Last Will. ana .
apt house $7500, $500 down, Connecticut. M23c the first publication of this notice. Testament of I Major Medical day cold period. I
Each claim or demand shall be in Marian Christopher deceased. *
approximately $70 month. NOW WE KNOW what make writing and shall state the place of Dy: Mercury N. Kavouklis $! Disability Monthly IncomeL. Both operations are extremely ..... t;

tubes are used by RCA Motorola residence and post office address of Attorney for Administrator costly and while manY'grove own .
the claimant. and shall be sworn to I Fernandina Beach. Florida F
:$400, APPROXIMATELY $70 I, and Curtis Mathes radio and by the claimant. his agent. or attorney .4t 1-24, 31. 2-7, 14 BOHANNON ers attempted to save their fruit '\ rijr y. :

A month buys 3 bedroom house T.V. dealer. Also, GE. See page and any such claim or demand with heaters, the cold was too .

.. with oak floors, chain link fence 4D: in telephone book, yellow not so filed TIMOTHY shall be void.SIMMONS PUBLIC NOTICE' I INSURANCE severe and lasted too long to be '- -- --

connected to sewer. Your GE dealer. F14c As administrate* of the Estate of very effective. ECINGSBERRYNew
pages. I LV THE CIRCUIT COURT, 10URTII Phone 261-5269
JOHN MILLER. deceased
: John T. t".rrt'irllon .
THOMAS G. HALL JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOIl I Attraction operators with a
.508 Atlantic Ave. Phone 2614571 Attorney for Adminutrator NASSAU COUNTY, }'LORID.L'l I,
Fourth CHANCERY* No. Z595MIDSTATE limited acreage to protect were ,
11 North Street.
SITUATION .
Fernandina Beach. Florida. HOMES 'INC., a able to use many more heaters or j.,

; First publication January 17th 1961 Florida corporation water than it for
FOR RENTDOWNSTAIRS WANTED Plaintiff. was J possible
4t 1-17. 24. :31. 2-7 '
USED CARSPECIALS
commercial growers to employ.
5ORE1)i;: TOLLMAN LONELY and MABLE ': HOMES .5.
c'NICE furnished WOMAN wants full PUBLIC NOTICE DOXELV, his wife Fortunately such cold weather :

time \or part time work. 806 NOTICE OF INTENTION Defendants. does not in Florida
2 occur very
apt private entrance. 1306 NOTICE OF SUIT .
TO DISSOLVE
Broome call 2613227. CORPORATION'SNotice
or J31p THE STATE OF FLORIDA often and look forward to .
can
we
Atlantic Ave. Phone 2614853. is hereby given under the *
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TO COLMAN
: provisions of Section 608.36. Florida :MAULE DONELY and 1961 FalconWagon new growth and new plants to re-
tic his
DONELY wife.
Statutes to each of the corporations
I Residence Unknown. store{ the beautiful Florida
we
w- listed below the incorporated $1,695
HELP WANTED same being
FIVE ROOM I HOUSE for rent under the laws of Flor YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED knew before the freeze, and each Kingsberry ,Horn? For Sale. Two bed.
that suit has been filed
One mile from Terminal Bag.: I the ida. Secretary and according of State to the, each records and rt :in the a above entitled' cause against and that you .1960'Falcon 4 Dr. $995 such experience teaches us more rooms, 2 full baths, large family room -

M Phone 225-5153. tIc WHITE LADY to live in and care every such corporation appears delinquent you are required to file your .iIlSW u I about this problem and how to
with the Clerk of this Court and t? 1959 Chevrolet Located in Pirates, ve Immediate Pos
for three ((3) or more : .
---- years meet it .
: for three small children for serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff
"FURNISHED APT for rent I in the'filing of reports and payment Del Air $1095 session. .
,
plaintiff's whose I
or attorneys
The destruction of and \
tropical
room and board. Phone 261- of taxes under the provisions of Section ,
adults only. 501 Cedar St Phone name and address is: ,
6U533.: Florida Statutes. and ,
ornamental did deter ,
44G4. tfc BARKET & S.TELOGEANN1S. 854 plants not 0
.. 1957 Chevrolet
2GI-4G52. tic that under the provisions of said I .
,_------ -_ Section 60S.36. Florida Statutes said Lynch: not Building later than, Jacksonville February 7th 2. 1961 Florida Del l Air II. T. $895 the developers of Sunlake Park, e "

jUUEE BEDROOM 1 home furnished corporations have been classed as If YOU fail so to do, a Decree Pro Tampa's newest development,
to dissolution. and that three '
subject
Mi. carport, utility room, WANTED ((3) months after date of this publication for Coofesso the relief will oe demanded ertercc. in against the Complaint *ou' I! ,1956 Olds. 2 Dr. $595 from reaching for the stars and Three bedroom Kingsberry trade-in, located .
each and every such corporation continuing to command attentionand
electric kitchen Phone 26145G3M This suit is to foreclose a I
WANTED USED PIANO listed below that has not ic the 1957 Pontiac just outride city limits. Masonry houseon
after 5. 0 'tfc meantime filed its reports dur and mortgage. The real property proceeded I attracting thousands of visitors .

spinet type. Phone 2015257.tic paid the taxes due under the provisions against is Hardtop Coupe $895. over the holidays. large lot. $300.00 down and' 60.00 per
The East half (EH) of Lot Fourteen -
-AIT FOR RENT 13issthSL : of Section 60833 FloridaStatutes *
will be certified to the ((11)) on the West side of Oxford 1955 Buick Hardtop < They did jt by erecting the month.
Phone 261-4698. tic Covernor of the State of Florida Street of the Lincoln Subdivision largest Christmas tree displayedin
ANYONE HAVING, PARKING who w ill issue a Prorlamation at in Lection Five ((5) Township (Trans. Leaks) $100
: )lcClUXrI.TS.. facilities for trailer (septic that time dissolving said corporation. Three (3) North, Range Twenty- the United States, a 78footspruce *
Four (24)) East. containing one 1952 Chevrolet .
Nassau County pine from New York'sCatskill
PNE-TIIREE ROOM furnished tank, lights and water) for r.UCCANEER SHRIMP CO.. Inc.. half ('\oJ ) acre more or less. .
:2: apt. Utilities, hot water washing renting purposes, call 2613455. Fernandina Iteach.FERNANDINA WITNESS my hand and the seal of Std. Tr $150 .Mountain Even the We have two, new, three bedroom Kings-
aid Court at Fernanoma l '.tclt. Forida. famed Rockefeller
ICE CO., Fernan- I Christmas trees' at
machine furnished. $10 week J31c dma Beach. S I this 21st .110f December A. D. 1955 Ford Wagon $125 Center and the White House berry homes nearing completion outside

: $35 month. Also beach FRED-MARTIN, INC.. Fernandina 1<&
or rental leach. (COURT SEAL.u.- J. 0 OXLEY Rough As Is couldn't top Sunlake Park's mammoth city limits. Small I I down payment and

cottages. For information, :: i IN<;RAM FURNITURE & APPLIANCE Clerk of the Quoit Court
find.
: call 2614642V.. I. lcCranie.'II Found CO., INC.. Fernandina Iteach. 4NASSAU .t 1"" U 17, 24 1958 Olds $60.00 per month. Call us if you want a
'Super $995 The tree weighed
69-year-old
PELLET & FEED CO.. :
If no answer call 26J-0035 1 y home nearby but far enough out to avoid
t 88
Florida. Extra
JOHNSON MOTOR. Owner describe I Callahan Clean nearly six tons and measured 30

Mrs. Long. tfc and pay for ad. Call R.I TULSA SWANSON O'HAR.INC.INC. Fernandina., Callahan I'.each. Dozier & Goy I STOP BY TIllS feet in diameter at ,the base. City Utility and Garbage taxes. Deep well

CICELY FURNISHED year H. Malone, 225-5300. Florida.It Crews of workmen erected huge pump already on property.
is further directed that of Gloss
a WEEKEND
copy High AND LOOK
round apt Living room, bed. -- ''I this notice be published one time in scaffold :after it was set up to

: room, kitchen, glass and screen 11I the ,News Leader a newspaper pub- I AT ONE OF THESE string 4480 light bulbs and other

t back porch garage. Excellent I People Do Read Even: lished which county in Fernandas.the home office Florida of the in r EnamelsColors USED CARS decorations. It; was indeed an impressive .

view of, ocean. 255 S. Fletcher '! ibove listed corporations are shown sight.So PAUL C. BURNSREAL
The Smallest Ads OR A
to be located. NEW ONE!
Ave. I high the of the
J31c I 'IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have ; was top
6' In The News.Leader.I hereunto set my hand and : giant tree that a sway-pole artist
DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT: caused the treat Seal of toe $5.00 Gal. ESTATE INSURANCE
the t3SKot
I LASSERRE was engaged t? perform -
Unfurnished. Corner You Arc State of Flonda. to be affixedat .
7 of 4th and '=-
Tallahassee. the Capital, this lighting the big.Star of Bethle- '

Calhoun Street, across street .. the 25th.'.*day of January, A.D. Motor hem. This giant emblem of Faith ,. 319 South 8th Street Phone 2GI- 60G':;
from school (St 1963. E-Z PIC : Company "
: Acs-
Joseph's
c '
(SEAL) stands as an example of the faith '
14 demy). Phone 261-4200 or *261. Trade At Home f '- TOM ADAMS 629 S. Sth St. Ph. 261.3819 Floridia'nj have In their state and "BUY A KINGSBERRY HOME"
i" 14TH & BEECH t ,
"3800. tie ." SECRETARY. OF STATE r
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Page fen ---- News-Leader,. Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursday, January 31, 1963 -

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FLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTS'By Church FERNANDINA BEACH CHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
I. OF CHRIST CHURCH >

I T. V. REPAIRS Hubert Gibson Minister Rer. John Dozier, Paster

Fred 0. Dickinson Jr., Chairman man type }industry IB the scientific Bible Study 10:00 A3L Sermon: "Life' Great Rever HOTPOINT

Washing Machines and All The Florida Council of 1W and technical field has poured ServicesST. Worship Service 'll:0fr A.M. sal" ,
AppliancesALL With the rapid approach of the into California at an even greater Evening Service _____... 7 p.m., !Worship Services; _11:00_ A.'M.
.
MODELS ALL MAKES I biennial session of the,.state leg rate than governmental contracts, PETER CLAVEITS Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m. Sunday School .-:..., 9:45 AJI, 1-963
islature it is impeHtiv! that we because of these same factors. CHURCH Youth Meetings _._ 6:00 P.M.

re-examine FlorTijar'position in Because these states have not Sunday Mass 1st 3rd, 5th ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL I
APPLIANCE SALES & SERVICE the field of higher education. moved in this field, Michigan| Indiana Sunday 7:30 ajn. CHURCHNeil NORTH Uth STREET i RefrigeratorsIN

T This is necessary if the private Illinois, Ohio and Wisconsin Sunday Mass _. 2nd, 4th L Gray, Rector BAPTIST CHURCHRev. I
YOUR G.E. DEALER citizens in our state are to be able have lost serious''ground in Sunday 11:30: a.m. 7:30 a.m. Holy .Communion Ran Humphreys, Pastor

261-5022 Any Time 30 North 3rd Street to advise the members of the leg- obtaining defense contracts TIME & 10.00 ajn. Choral Eucharist 9:45 a.m. _._____ Sunday School !, STOCKHARDEEBROS.
islature as to the needs of our magazine on August 10, 1962, ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOUC, 11:15 a.m. Church School Classes 11:00 ajn. Morning Worship i

educational system. stated in part: CHURCH 7:00 p.m. .-.- -....-......_ B.T.u.1
Everyone truly interested in "Already some of the areas losing Sunday Mass 2nd, 4th .CHURCH OF GOD 8:00: p.m. Evening
the welfare of state is most !
.. hopeful that the our special ..studynow ground are beginning to get t. Sunday _, 7:30 a.m. At Five Points 7:30 pjn Mid-Week Services i
the message. In the Chicago area,' Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd Carl Gold Pastor WednesdayThe .
being conducted by team of
... a Northwestern University and Illinois 5th Sunday, 11:30a.m.. Phone 261-553S
under direction of the
experts Institute of Technology are Daily .._.._._. ,_..-.._ "8 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. 1 ATLANTIC AVENUE
State Board of Control will present both planning new research cen Saturday ....__,_, Convent Chapel Morning .Worship 11 aja. three great generals in
to true guidelines along which -
All PeopleTHAT ters. In Pittsburg, six institutionsare 6:30 Communion' in Convent Young People's Endeavor world history who were never ,
our higher educational system defeated Alexander the
teamed up to project a huge 6:30 P.M. Young People'sMeeting. 7 p.m. Sun. were
may be improved so that Floridacan Great Julius Caesar and the Duke
I
education center with _
a bisection Evangelistic Service 7:45. Sun. Trade At Home
take advantage of the
oppor- of Wellington.
devoted to research. Both cities 'r_ ti' v<
tunities offered to her in the --- .
HAVE PURCHASED lope to lure talent as well as keep ST. PAUL'S LUTHERANCHURCH CHURCH OK GOD OF .
space age. I it Politicians have begun to catchup PROPHECYRev.
There is no doubt but what any : both Michigan's Governor H. C. Drnry. Pastor 2, 3, 4, Bedroom Masonry or Brick
accelerated will be cost Amelia City Near Intersection
HOMES THIS PAST YEAR program John Swainson and Chicago's 10:00: ajn. Sunday School
ly, but we must somehow meet AU
Mayor Richard Daley have trek 11:00 ajn. Morning Service
this cost if we are to develop and. A. F. Gerbhardt, Pastor
.. move forward. ked to the White' House to pro- "8:00: a.m. Morning Service 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic ,Service HOMES
test the slighting of their reg W.M.B.
J If:you hove purchased a homevin Nassau And while weighing the .cost ions." 9:00 a.m. Sunday: School 7:30: ,pjn.Wednesday VU,,Young
and the effort needed to developa & & People
Defense McNamara
Secretary
County and you make. that home truly educational fine scientific system and we, technical should- has told Michigan that they are BIBLE 429 South BAPTIST 6th CHURCH Street tt. Completely FinishedOUR
losing defense business because of
CHURCH
OP GO!)
remember and consider the
your permanent residence rtfyen.you are always experiences in other states. their failure to support their uni- Rev. .John O'Neil, .Pastor I Cor. 4th and Cedar Sts.
versities. U. St News and World Sunday Services: Rev. L, Martin Johnson, Pastor PLANS OR YOURS
entitled to the benefits of Homestead May I give you several facts Report on August 20th of last 10:00 A.M.-.,? Sunday School 10:00, a.m. ._ Sunday School Will Build For You On Your Land
and figures' which Governor Brownof I year said in effect that the na- 11:00 A.M. Morning Worshin 11:00 a.m. Morning Service i
California on "Meet ThePress" tion's arsenals of World War II __. ... NO MONEY DOWN
Exemption. 6:30: ( pjn. ; ..-. B.T.U. YP E. Friday Evening 7:30 p.m. .
on October 14, 1962, related I failing to get their share of
are 7:00 PJI. M n'a Prayer Service r:3O pju. __. Evening Service
: One of the'members of the existing contracts in defense and *'. .
7:80 p.m. ::. Evening Worship Prayer meeting Wednesday -
:' People making application, for Homestead exemption panel asked him: "California is space. I say to you this is true Tuesday:.. 730 pjn. Payments $5900from
now getting? 25c' of all of the because they have failed in the
7:00 p.m. ...._. Visitation *
for the first time must bring Deed
: a or an Defense Department expendituresand field of advancing higher educa- l GOOD SHEPHERD EPISCOPAL
Article of Agreement to show proof of ownership 41% of all expenditures for tion. CHURCH Or I

of.; )ropert)'. The Deed or Article of Agreementmust research and development. Do you 'We have given you the facts FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Neil I.: Gray, Vicar All Duval Homes Have These Features and More -
be recorded in the office of Clerk of Circuit not think it is unfair for California -' from other states in similar sit- J. T. Dunnam Pastor 8:50: ajn. Holy Communion

Court before an exemption can be allowed. This'is to get a percentage that is so uations to ours, and we hope that Worship Services: 8:30: A.M, Morning Prayer 1-Solid Poured Concrete Foundations .
your benefit. It saves you money so take advantage much larger than any other state Florida can profit by the successes 11:00 A.M tl Hardwood, Vinyl Tile Or Terrazzo Floors
3 Furred Wall
of this benefit. REMEMBER I you must bring receives? To this Governor I and failures of the states 7:30 P.M, MEMORIAL METHODIST 4--AH Framing Standard 16" On Center )
your Deed or Article of Agreement when you apply Brown replied: "We have an area cites. / Sunday School 9:45: A.M. CHURCH Ceramic Tile In BathS .

for'the first time. of wonderful climate; we have an Training Union ___ 6:15: P.M. John L Jones, pastor Heavy Duty 100 AMP. Electric Service :-.
area where people want to come Prayer Service ______ Wednesday 10:00 _, School 7Tile Window Sills
a.m. Sunday
to live; we have for many years A 7:30 P.M. 8-Factory Custom Built Cabinets
_
devoted the ''largest part of our 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 9-Aluminum Awning Type Windows t'
1 1st
deadline
,April Is the for making *
6:15 _
MYF &
p.m. Supper Pro-
Fixtures
.. budget to higher education; and 10-Brand Name Plumbing
CAPITOLLETTER TABERNACLE BAPTIST grams 1 I Your Choice Of Interior & Exterior Colors
we have more brains, ability and -
arjplicationifor. ..t the Homestead .Exemption. talent than,any other place in Am CHURCH 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship 1&-15-Year Bonded Roof
,:. < ;" : erica. ,He further stated: "The Amelia Road Phone 261-3487 *

t.. industrial 1 effort today is so com- Rev. Loyd Chambers, Pastor FIVE POINTS BAPTIST Will Build And FinanceDUPLEX I

...,. plex and so complicated that itcan MOCK Sunday School 10 awn. CHURCH ;
BY JERRY .
.. J. W. Keen Pastor .
.. only come to those areas Morning Worship ..__ 11 a.m. :
which provide that talent} and TALLAHASSEE -- Employeswho Evening Worship ___ 7 p.m. 9:45): a.m.Sunday School
E. N. McKENDREE
} 11:00 .__
ability. We have it in Californiaand will be moving soon into the Wednesday Service _-- 7 p.m.PINE 5:30 ajn._Morning Training; Worship Union ON YOUR LAND NO MONEY DOWN ,
we are .dedicated to provideeven new state office building from $ p.m. ..Y
.
7:30 TOTAL PRICE S1U00
,
Tax Assessor Nassau 'County more of it in the future. We the Carlton Building will probably pjn. Evening Worship 't
GROVE BAPTIST Wednesday service 7:3P( MONTHLY PAYMENTS $89,00
,
are entitled to be rewarded for do a double tab when they see CHURCH prayer 1 ,
what we have 'created." Governor their "new" building.It p.m.
Brown could have. added that civ-. will be like moving out of Ref. A. Z. .Knight, Pastor i Call Fernandina Beach 261.5802
., .., Sunday School 9:45 a.ra. ,FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
and
the Carlton Building back into the Evenings, Saturday Sunday
I Carlton Building. Except for be- Morning Worship -..,* 11 a.m Rev E. A. Lewis, faster i
blocks and Training Union 7:00 pjn: 10:00: ajn. Sunday School .
I ing a couple of away i DUVAL HOMES INC.
on different terrain, the two Evening Worship _8OO.pm.; 11:00: a.m. Worship! Service .
Wed. Night Prayer 6:30 p.m. C, A. Youth Services ,

buildings takes a fine are tooth practically comb twins.to find It Meeting .. ...,.._.-._ 8 pjn. 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service 5142 NORMANDY BLVp. 387.1668 I.
Wednesday: j Thursday mid week service -- Residential, Commercial Industrial
the difference.This -
STOP l. : is not limited to the out 745 ._.,_..-,.-_ Prayer Meeting 7:30 pjn. .. I
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side of the buildings. One- state r

official who checked on his officein
NOW I the new building discoveredthe

i same measurements, to the
inch, between the walls and the 2-Speed 7 Cycle FRIGIDAIREWClsher
ATlow A window. The doors and other ,
i hardware are the same type.
Walls are the same, fixed, with
no new moveable partitions as
I those used in some of the modern .

up-to-date office buildings.The provides washing

Prices On Brake new, yet unnamed office any
Relining building, is getting its finishing
touches. The Carlton Building was )

completed But that's in not 1956.all The Carlton combination!I

Building looks just like the Borland .
Building. And the Holland .
Building looks just like the Caldwell ;

Building. They were built I
I previous to 1953. The effect is
I that of a prison compound with- sSJ I

out the walls. v .. '
For many of the, pld Tallahas- s /f tT 1 :. _.
seans this probably is a good idea.
It is rather disturbing to see the s.i-
,
I rest of the state grow out from \
I under you. The uniformity of the '. -
tends to reinforce .'i
buildings remembrances -
: )
.
-
of past glories This :
WE DO helps dim the vision of upstarts '

like West Palm Beach and Pana- i
ALL THIS ma City living in the 20th Century -
.. .
as well as many other, fast I -
growing, aggressive smaller ..
New 12-Ib. "big wash" capacity! !

,- ." Clean and adjust spark plug$.... Check coil and condenser!.. towns.But for the upstarts who have r: 1 I Rinses extra-clean in fresh

.
Clean and set Check become citizens of the state capital > T' '
points generator and say, during the past 30 years .t Y running water! i

voltage regulator it can become mighty dull and
Set timing. ,' monotonous. -

Adjust carburetor. @ Check battery. Apparently to distinguish the C 0 I

government buildings from other :::_rrv: -1 3-Ring Agitator action cleans clothes
secular buildings, these
\ more all >:a<< ,<: Inside and out, entl -without blades!
state office buildings are '" I
splashed with white paint. But it :rv '.. Suds saver Model W1AR-63 saves
hardly makes them distinguished. ''
gallons of water a year!
In'fact it sometimes gets downright -

: .coe66 1 confusing. I Ask about exclusive 15-Year Lifetime Test!
When a stranger asks yon '
%N t
"where is the Knott Building! +

all you can reply is, "it's the LIBERAL
white building down the street."

I Y any six cylinder.car The, not visitor realizing looks it at'takes you years strangely of- 4! :kay
ON l : residence to be able to tell one

( H white blob from another.But J. terms
% J Q88 even if Tallahassee doesn'twant : ) ,. easy
4"* I to grow, Florida win grow. J
I i And the Capitol Center will grow.
.
WV any eight :. So will Florida State University.That .
'- cylinder car means that Tallahassee, in -i4- THE: STURDY

spite of itself, will grow. FRIGIDAIREWASHER
paris extra If neededflffOflf -
: i'r
Gov. Farris Bryant has recently -
1 4 t kratxwtt
--- ... =-. .-- -- worked out an arrangementwith 1xs
the City and County gov-

ernments to take over some 60 :a:. : : ,
acres for Capitol Center growth. ,
;
Maybe some heavy thinking will
,
Beach Supply.f18 be done.'about relieving the monotony

and reflecting a vibrant, explosive


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