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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: February 7, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Boy Scout Week Activity Begins Today; Ceremony, At City Hall _


Boy Scout Week will begin f come from Mayor E. J. Smith 1 Friday morning and will then I Bunch, city commissioner. !Eugene King, fireman. I city at lunch at Sue's Beach ; AH Scouts in school will report Taps will sound for the camp

officially today at 4:00: pm. and numbers by the Fernandina : report to City Hall at 9 a.m. for I Trop 171 Chip Lee city Troop 191 Michael Leary, : Drive In. After the lunch they by patrols to troop leaders at I area at 10:00: p.m.
when all Scouts will assemble at Beach High School Band. I their assignments to the respec- I manager; Ted Anderson, city I Mayor; Lee Godwin, city commissioner will report to General Headquarters the exposition area at 4:30 and At 7:00 a.m. the Scouts will

City Hall in full uniform. From During the Ceremony, Mayor j tive posts. commissioner; Joe Weatherford, I ; Steve Adams city II' exposition area. fromf ff'i'r7':00: there will be be awakened by Reveille and
that, point they will take a motor Smith will swear into office all I The Scouts chosen and their director of finance; David Walters commissioner; Danny Fullwood Sandy DeSandro, activities ch
trip.'throughout the city' on the Scouts who have been chosen to'' troops are: building inspector, and Hank city judge, and Billy Taylor, pol chairman, announced today that At be a district the troop areas. ,
fire truck. "rule" the city for a ,half day Troop 89 Billy Miller, sani- 'Bailey, fireman. iceman. all is in readiness for the big cat pop 89 and !1 From 8:15 to 11:30 they will

At 5:00: p.m. they will congre Friday. tary engineer; Robert Johnson, I Troop 213 John Harrison, I After the Scouts have com- campout on Friday night on the Chairman. Lannonlublic :, work on exhibits and demonstrations
gate back at City Hall for ceremonies Those chosen as city officials director of recreation; Perkins city engineer; Frank Fiala, pol pleted their stint in city govern- vacant lot at the, corner' of Sixth I qy that the gene $' is I and prepare for the after-

highlighted by a Wel will report to school as usual I Johnson, fire chief and Jerry I ice chief; Bert Austin, policeman; j, ment they will be guests of the } and Atlantic. ted. (Continued On Page Two)
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VOLUME 105, \NUMBER\ 21 FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA ..: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY. -, 1963-- -- --10 PAGES THIS ISSUE lOc PER, Copy
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I /tl gE amJ Williams! Is New United Fund PresidentOne r


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John Williams, plant manager v
of Terminal Paper Bag Co., was

I ; nl.;R __ County named president Community of ChestUnitedFund the Nassau 3 .-\u___ _V .

1 at the annual meeting V _F _V __ _
_
Thursday night.Wllliams ':

'of the nation's' greatest __ 4--r 1t succeeds Frank J ,

I forces is against observing juvenile the 53rd delinquency anniversary *_ : ____________ Hawks ager of, assistant Rayonier resident Incorporated man- _

beginning today and Other officers named are; Har- I

it behooves all of us to take note : ry 0. Stratton, first vice president -
G. H. Waas Jr. second
of what is being done in this ; ,
field. Take a little time out and_ x vice president; J. W. piers, third r

attend come of the functions of : vice president; Wesley Arnold, r

Boy Scout Week. If you're like IF- treasurer,* and D. H. Buchanan, i i
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I most busy parents today, youll I secretary, iI t.
be surprised at what ,your off- Ira Hall, county tax collector, I
springs have learned as a mem- wac named to succeed G. H. !

ber of this great movement. Waas, Jr., as 1963 drive chair-

Particularly try to' visit the iiii. 0.
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campfire on Friday night ,and New directors are Dr. D. M (t $ "y K

the exposition on Saturday af Jacobs, Mn. Evelyn Rylant, Otis S V VS V _____
ternoon. Who knows you may Higginboth&m, Claude Wingate, \\ ( 1V'
become impressed to the point H. W*'. Fishier, Ira Hall, Mrs. .t C ,
that youll want to lend a helpIng Rex Sikes, L A. Ferreira and

hand in furthering and Ray Caldwell yea o a ;
broadening the Scout ,effort here. Mrs. Jonathan{ Hill executive
i JOHN WILLIAMS was named President o? the Nassau County Community Chest- ,
secretary, read the minutes of
Stamped for somewhere to go United Fund and Ira Hall was named 1963 drive chairman at the annual meeting the previous meeting and, in the k

tonight I'm being a''bit face- Thursday night. Pictured, seated, left to right, Williams, Hall, and Frank Hawks, absence of Treasurer Wesley _
lions of course since so many retiring president. Standing are Mrs. Jonathan Hill, executive secretary, and J. D. read account of the
Arnold
an
the of the nominating committee and REFLECTING THE I'ULCHRlTt'DE to be en parade Saturday evening, is this group
things are falling on same I i Daugherty, a past president. Fund financial status. ,
night. You have a choice: of attending ---- --- I of six of the thirty-three ,young loveliesJio will represent( Fernandina High and trim- .
the Woman's Club play, \Mrs. Hill also i read the resultsof pete for the crown of .Miss Nassau County." Front row from left, are, Miss Linda Tip- 4

the ? P.TA meeting, opening L. R. Church Rites Clarson and Dra'keNew H. F. "Stone Jr. the 1963 fund drive and revealed nins VJ s Marty King, and Miss Blanch Barber. Back row, Miss Jeanette Murphy, Miss /
that $16,884.36 was pledged -I
of the Health Club, and, as Andy ; Owners of with $10,770.04 collected to Laura Sorensen, and Miss Tricia Scarboro Photo by Tom Daviil .

Griffith puts it, "I don't know I 1'1' JI\ 1'1' jill[ jill[ ,
whit all". A little earlier theBoy Set Saturday At Surveying Company Elected President date. ,1'1 J"'f
1:I Retiring president Hawks con- f 70 Contestants : ;/' ..: : "
t :Scouts are kicking off their "Sr\
Vernon Drake and Richard
ducted the meeting and present- :

ceremonies annual! week at with City a Hall parade and dur-and I I 1st 1 Baptist Church I land Clarson, surveying hate purchased and consulting, the' I: Of RotaryH Club : (Continued On Page 2)) ;i To Vie For Title \ f'," t. f.e i:

ing the evening the young lovelies ,I Louis Robert Church, 52, life- engineering firm of ,Angas Associates 1 I F. (Hugh) Stone, Jr., has t ,
of the county will be rehearsing of Fernandina Beach, according Ira Hardee Of "Miss : ,
long resident of Fernandina been named by the Fernandina : Dudley : Nassau"BY
for the annual contest I
Beach, passed Wednesdayin to an announcement this :Beach Rotary Club to serve as ;

( of to 1963 decide Maybe Miss we Nassau need a County local 1 I iIi a Jacksonville* away bospital. week by ,Clarson..* ".' ,4 president !nth*;, 'coming" ?club : Dies In, Automobile I. SHIRLEY SPRIN'GEIUQueens f :, I s sJy
The new firm Clarson year. He Vitf succeed .FrankHawks :
jiamajs
clearing 'Kit'?'foFTsptiUfVrentff1-He Wtowner-8rfd:t wrator of : t! -. -z guests! _',fjiends? '
to avoid' al*'mucn conflictas L R. Church ,Seafoods< and wasa and Drake, and 'the same officeat current prexy. j -= parents! relatives all 1 : .- i it
1"P
I so as Wreck
In Texas
possible. There just aren'tenough member of the, First ,Baptist 319' South 8th St. : will be m 't' ): / !t,1.' w "''f 't: .
maintained.The ) 1 & :
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Church. , of us yet to make each l ? :" : J on .p
of these events a well-attended Funeral will be held Saturdayat new: firm ,will carryon .,. Ira Dudley Hardee of 65''Alice 1',"'. Oh's! Ah's! and surprises
success. I 11 a.m. at the First Baptist work in North Florida"and South 1 : Circle Dr., Brownsville, Texas, are ins ore for YOU. ,
"*.... JL_ JL_ i Church, with Rev J, T. Dunnam, Georgia, as well as in Nassau died last Friday at Mercy Hos- Gloria Brody Miss Florida

How much do you I encourage I pastor, officiating, assisted by ,County. r pital in Brownsville from injures :- 11963, has been' added to the t
your child to read And how Rev. .A. Z. Knight. Burial will bin : received in an automobile accident -' panel of judges for the "Miss t

j careful are you of what your Bosque Bello Cemetery.Mr. Mather Is Staging f 4Y I that day. I Nassau County" beauty contest.
child reads I realize that television ? Born September\ 16, 1914 In j;
Church is survived by his I Sale
maj- Big Liquidation ; r \. Murfreesboro, Tenn., he moved Miss Gloria Brody, Jackson
: viewing consumes a I I i widow, Mrs. Ruby G. Church; '
.x' .." <'.'". to Fernandina Beach with his ville's and the Miss
'Y(< own current
5f Tuition of the time that couldbe I two daughters, Mrs. Sue Church { <'!" "
Friday r ,, ': family, as an infant. He had Florida, has contributed to the '
and
devoted to reading' I l Smith end Miss Louise Church,, of I made his home in' Brownsville for i vast publicity of Fernandina
great
think this is: a matter i both of Fernandina Beach; a ,
With television the Hudlow of in this issue of, the News-Leader, 13 years, where he was in the i Beach recently having made
concern. I granddaughter, Terry MAKING A SlROMb Uil for the of liss Nassau
Fernandina title
Two) I Mother announcesa shrimp processing business. personal appearances here as
(Continued on Page& Fernandina Beach; a brother,,
store-wide Liquidation Sale to He was married to the former! Miss Florida on two important County" will be these comely misses from Hilliard High
I Ernest Scott of O'Neal; four sis-
ters, Mrs Edith Bunch, of Galveston I be staged this week Miss Elizabeth'Claire Morris of I i occasions. School, Miss Sandee Carroll and Miss Fay Davis. ,
Jaycccs Postpone Tex., Mrs. Esther Bunch,,.j{ Roy Key, store ,manager, says Ellaville, Ga. in 1949 and tbey I i She was first here last summer Photo by Tern Dam
Awards Banquet Mrs. Nellie Cook and Mrs. Lizzie I that he and other company representatives became the parents.of four chil- to assist with the groundbreaking 1- *'"
Cook all of Fernandina Beach. have just returned .i dren, a daughter Deborah Anne, I ceremonies for the I Cliff Hall of, WAPE 'radio, and I'I'I Have you purchased,, your

Scheduled Tonight, Oxley Mortuary is in charge from the Furniture Mart in At- and three sons, Harvey Hamil- new Florida Marine Welcome I Gordon Spotswood, photographer. I ticket? If you wait to -jb&y; at

k Due to conflict in community I of arrangements. lanta where they purchased con ton, Arthur Morris, and Dudley I Station, and again on January Jazz, pop, and rhythm will be I the door you may have! to stand
I engagements, tho Junior Chamber I siderable new merchandise.The (Continued ,On Page 2) 13 when the handsome new I supplied by the well-known Fer for the tf&et V sale hate been

of Commerce has cancelled I sale, says Key, is to pass'I I Stone has been a resident of building was dedicated. This nandina Beach Dance Band. To I booming. Only those persons
Woman's Club Play"Adam's II event has been publicized nation introduce each prospective I having advanced tickets will bo
ii'f 'Civic Awards Banquet which on terrific buys tor their customers I Fernandina Beach for 34 years, Senior
]I CitjensSet -*'ide. i "Queen" will be Bob Springer, I II able to enfer the auditorium before *
was to be held tonight (Thursday and make room fpr the new
Evening"Opens here with his
(I moving parents She' will add to the glamourand I assistant principal and teacher 7:45: p.m.Appearing _
). merchandise.
This be Tonight At 8 p.m |Special hours will be kept Fri ,'! from Fitzgerald, Ga. RummageSaleThe excitement of the Miss I l i at Yulee High School. Wednesday on Dick
presentation a part
He is Agent for the Standard Nassau Ccunty beauty contest In the audience, Miss Joan Stratton's program Midday
with the store remainingopen
of the installation banquet which day,
Repeat Performance accommodate : Oil' Co. and holds a 25-year ser- Saturday evening when she Wells will await the moment to were, Annette Jacob from Fer-
i 1 i4 usually: held during the first until 9 p.m. to Senior Citizens Club of, of the I hand down the coveted to High
to title nandina
customers during this big sale. I vice record with that organiza I serves as one judges and Annette Bryant -
week in June. Friday plans
I ,\-- -- -- tion. this city has completed choose the new "Queen." some lucky girL Stepping to the reprinting Yulee High.
-- -- Serving: with Stone, when he for a combination rummage,cake stage at an intense moment, These girt* were interviewed
N
;' < % ;{I', ,. takes office this summer will and candy sale. Proceeds from Serving as judges v th Miss II Miss Wells will give her place along with representatives from
tbis sale will go toward buyinga Florida the throne the Miss Millard
be Frank Hawks as vice presi- are two other well- on to new': Callahan and high
Roomat
.t dent; Ken Forehand, secretary piano the Recreation for the Conference Center. known Jacksonville personalities, Nassau County. (Continued on Page Six)
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t I'k 1 d ,v '' and Emerson Fizer treasurer. The sale will be held February 4

0at Darned as new directors are 14, 15 and 16, at the future home
iI John Duffy and Charles Pea- of Appliance Sales and Service, Shrine Club Gives $100 To Boys Ranch I
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cock. Continuing directors are' 113 Atlantic Avenue, from 9:00:
I Newt Roberts and Lige Smith. Wfr'WStMWWtS'm W a.J t. /-Kan larauM* At
R t am. to 5:00: p.m. tW
The Fernandina Beach Shrine
Anyone wishing to provide Club has donated $100 to the
} 4.s
New Health I II rummage may contact H. S. Florida Sheriffs' Boys Ranch at c

Clubi Luke, chairman, by phoning Live Oak in addition to their annual -
s I 261-4227 for .
pickup.The '
donation of $500 'to the I
I Senior Citizens Club is
To
: Open Tonight Crippled Children's Hospital in
the Gerontology
sponsored by Greenville, S. C.
Committee of the Woman's Club,
i S The club voted to make the H
? Rec Center
andis
t ; Mrs. Betty White, chairman,
donation the first of
at
meeting
under the direction of the Rec
I 1963, held in the Tomociuchi
I CAt T. "Sandy" DeSandro, ': reation DepartmentInvestigation Ga.
Restaurant near Kingsland, t r
Fernandina Beach Director of
1 President t C. Lamar Perdue
Recreation, announces thi; week Hears' presented the cheek for the Boys

that the newly organized Men's End In Boulougne Ranch to Sheriff H. J. Young- +Y

iT'Y and Boys' Health Club will open Shooting IncidentSheriff blood, also a Shriner.

tonight at 8:00.: Perdue announced that the
H. J. Youngblood is I club has a full program outlined 1
Although a project of the Rec-
$ __ reation Department, the Health conducting an extensive investi- I jfor 1963 and that it is hoped a 1ilvV
gation in the bulletriddling"of ; club ,building will be started.I .
be
i Club is designed to self-sup. '
porting and now has 32 members. Stuckey's plate glass window, at I revealed also that club
the Boulougne establishment I members have decided to secure
Others are invited to the open- Monday evening 1 ,* j some type of vehicle to enter into

ing to view the facilities. The incident occurred sometime I the "wrecking crew", which is in

Equipment already secured includes between 12 midnight and 1 such demand at all Shrine parades : t
t 1
weights, dumbbells, a a.m. Tuesday morning Five and ceremonies.
aF health bike, Rowex machine, holes, made from a .45 calibre I Other club officers are Kermit
stall bars, incline bench abdominal I pistol, were the result of the C. McQueen, vice president and
board, medicine balls, pulley i shooting."An I James T. Midkiff, secretary and
R. B. BAILEY, of Bailey's Department Store, was named last week President of weights, a heavy bag and a arrest is expected shortly I treasurer.
the. Merchants Association for the current >ear. Bailey, far right, succeeds E. R. speed bag. ," the Sheriff said today. I C. LAMAR PEKDUE, right, president of the Fernandina

Moore. Left to right, Harry Poole, named as a new director, Lloyd Welters, treasurer, The club was organized for Youngblood is being assisted by I' If your friends let you down ;I II Beach Shrine Club' presents a check for $100 to SheriffH.

K. '\'. Robison! vice president, and Bailey Other new directors not shown, are those who arc interested in keep, I Deputies Jim Sawyer and:Colon maybe it was.-because'you. wasn't I J. Youn ;blood'' as the club's contribution to Boys Ranch

I e>t'i 1a C Kinder and E, La&erre, ;-. ,+,"uto t? X1q In; piyiicall/I i > Sit s.'' t'b,' I climbing fast1- enough., '- at Lire Oak, a project of the Florida Sheriffs Association

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TjI'f News-Leader" Fernandina BeaclL; Florida -Thursday. February 7, 1963S 0... .. ,
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.:. .FERNAISDlNA BEACH NEWS-LEADER ; ---w'- i Ira Hardee': Florida Crown Council To Hold ei
I 511 ASH STREET PHONES 3SS6 :3C87 I : '' Insurance. Has;

S A John ii. Perry Newspaper -5 -

) Calduell Editor (Continued from Page One) Stoflrterty! Here 21 Cash I
I tar andNATIONAL M.atM': Meeting February Value For

f I Joseph. .. . .. ....
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ti. .o; EDITORIAL( ----s Jlr. Harde* !served wHh thf The regular quarterly(" meetIng .
permits, Fort Clinch; State Park. L toan'foney
;:a' I U(( cfi T1dN, ,. :. I eabees in World War II, sta4oned of the Florida Crown Coum Emergency -
Uita u. t; # I mi: j, C? U .:J ':, 14 -4 4 ,; t in Iceland, He was I il of Chambers of Commerce Mrs. Ruth Brown secretaryof -
j4 the local
b ium.u: : : $ :" .. ;, Chamber is ir needed to meet fW.m'al
; t t nembej- of the First Presbyter till be held here at Seaside Innn -
ta :harge of arrangements and
= ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION **.' % : &n Church, Brownsville, Ejlkedge ;\ Feb1., wishing to attend is,' anyone '' emergencies cn be ohtar"'d
.." .. Texas Am The urgedto 'w veterans holding pemMft\.'nt
Published every Thursday and entered at the Post Office 48 *i-- Shrimp Assn., meeting will begin at 10 contact her. -
1 Fernandina Beach, Flprjda, as second class mail, matter.4 I 'riran'Legio7 and J.r enor Club :.m. with coffee and a business. GI life-}insurance without ::"r-
g. Subscription Rates: '. .*' Funeral was. held Monday it3rcwnsville ession:, will follow A large number: /ronr throughout rendering their pol'tka' for -n.,!h.VefetOw .
: with: service 1' At 12 I luncheon the Crown area is expected! Adminmration ;..
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l.:. $4 a year $2.25 6 months 1.25 3 Months noon a will be efciaU -
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:''3 S450 a year out of county : "'m.: {in th<> First Pre. byteriai2hurch. erved. wjtfi i lil)1. Beard, Feinan, .:o"* be S?,in< *,attendance: at the St. PiWsbu1'g-p':
<* Officiating were Hev .r..a Beach Director cf Public!! Counties; t in the t JrhI. Crown 'i'ional Offiw reported todah:!
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*.. -- ------ l rank Walker and Rev. R'chan3opeland. : 7orks,, as speaker. Irelachua, Baker.,. Bradford. in thejx f,holidiy bill rtru: d
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Coast Guard Aids Interment .was in ,-Rose During*the w afternoon: those| i ijittendance" :71ay;! Colurabiw i Duval' .' FJaclerilchrist and the'"t np-coailng I iBcome"tax:
In Search
Auxiliary -. "* *s'.I 4 ',* 4 4L | awn Memorial Gardens. will be conducted 01 ;i Hamilton, Levy, I Nas- ,i! payment time, many For .L&

: : : In addition to his widow an i,, tour of the new Florida Marine .:lU, Putnam, St. Johns, Suwa- veteran Inquired about the"p .
For Fishermen Missing Here Sunday : tt ,14 : i|; -hildren, he is survived by_ tw'irothers .Velcome Station and, if time nee and Union.descriptive I cedure for surrendering\ ,rIong.hekl

: j W, L. Hardee and Ni. I i policies for the' cash
Ii Jl rdee, 'Jr., both of Browns \jtlue without realillng they'4.an

BY HERB WHITE : yule; two sisters, Mrs. T. H, JUst Rambiin' phrases' I invariably j bprrow. u, .to. 94 percent of-tfut;
-j The newly formed Coast Guard 1---- Askins of Fernandina Beach anc think back q'; what .I i Eave always t- ] cash vatee and l leave the pain/

;::j Auxiliary! received a call from I Mrs. Vance Mitchele, LaFayette considered the epitome ,of in force. '"
.i Coast Guard headquarters in Jack.: Williams Is its. 1HE) SAl IG GOES, "a dg]( is a man's best t frtend' Calif.; a sister-jn-law Mrs? .Hj. (Continued from! Page One) lucidity of description by a young I RufusjjL Wilson, IanagS:: of

I and David Bean seems mighty pleased from his Taylor, Jr., Fernandina Beach /iewef usually 1 takes what is
tonville Sunday night to alert expression offered lady on an examination pap r the St., :Jttersbarg P.eiionaJ:Or,
,' members to search that he has endowed himself. The steeply little and a number of nieces and ne but with books have This ,
a for two Dul I (Continued from Page One) pups you miss wrote, in answer to the j fire, pointed out that once Siir-
val County men missing since are 6 of a litter of II, delivered NeW Year's day.of "Clara phews. in unlimited choice. Someone question "what is a bolt and all :
I rendcred.lprgph protection
a.- early Sunday while fishing up i ed an award to Terminal Paper Belle, the 10ear'old mama Dalmatian of the Lewis )nce, said "every revolution, for what is a nut!": "A bolt is .a usurer 'tjP'injwra.we, wases-'"for

.*.. Nassau. ; .Biver.M Bag Co for. ,again leading all Beans. The proud papa is "Manford", owned by Mr and : !Increase I In Sales ?ood or ill, has begun with, a thing like a stick of hard metal, ever, si | t4e. Gl policy i iiCjjin-

Despite, 4he gale force. winds, : other county organizations in .rfo- Mrs. R, L. Jones, who, since the pup's arrival, has decided ,, book and _every child is a poten- such as, iron, with a square I celled and! cannot be ren2weth :* Commander herb White had two nations with: U,85 .50. ,John Wil, he refers to be at the Bean home with hi$ family. David's jal revolutionary or refor er. i!.bunch on one end and a lot of reinstated:' =

4. auxiliary. Jl1ep1ber boats launch 1 1 Hams accepted the award on behalf ,- freckles compete in number with the freckles on the pups. Earnings, Reported This is why, they, of all people,1 1 I scratches going round and 'round However, if loan is obtained
"i ed, toy Tanner and Tink Hard |I l .of his company. -- .- -- --- have an inalienable right to the 1 I th-$ other end. A nut U similar to II a

Si aker. Other members assisting in.t Hawks also exhibited' a plaque f Wi :-bixie !best which can possibly be of- : a bolt, cnly just the opposite,.be- on only the th'cash. value of of the paacv,

** 'the patrol were, Thad Lee, Vice. that goes to G. 'H. Waas, Jr., for Franklin Funeral i W. J.: Crosby 70 By :ered them. That is why anyjthing I jing a hole in a little) squareof: the veteran's tamouftt beneficiaru protectionfor a is
which can possibly be done iron sawed off short
; Commander, Edgar Saunderson'j outstanding service as 1963 drive [ with lings I reduced and
chairman., Waas Increases in both sales and (to encourage, stimulate widen t also around the inside of. the any or all the- a-
'and
i Cecil Prury, Staff Officer was out of town '
))1 T\ ** in charge of Search and Rescue. 1 land' unable to attend the meet- Held Monday At j Laid To Rest InHughes i arnings$ were reported by Winn- work with them should be. undertaken hole." mount may'of be the repaid borrower.at the:. pnvemence -

'! Ing., Dixie Store, inc, during, the 28- w ol heattedly." Let's see [ Jhe
I a. Assisting the Auxiliary'were !, week period ,ended Jan. 12. what can be done to institute JIIk. I only set .charge against the ttor-
:: members of the local Citizens i; The pew slate of officers and 1 st Baptist ChurchFuneral I Cemetery Hew, larger and' modern a Smokey Says: rower is the four percent afljiiul
The which more
.. Band Club, who took charge of directors was read by J.. D. company, operates, interest' charge which mu: tbc

;..; communications, placing themm Daugherty, of the nominating for Walter Bob Frank. Funeral for William James I j number of supermarkets in this can library to. here and then and do, all better we I -'- paid on, or Before the due cI1 e. n
I I promote more
sales
:area, reported of $442,038-
selves: at locations where they j committee, and approved unani- lin, 60, was held Monday at 2:30 Crosby 70, who passed away reading. Shoulveterm oorro\f''IIt' fj
519 compared. with (
could Keep everyone informed. : mously by the 25 officers, directors at Oxley $4U,02(5fo23 12' insurance .
pm Mortuary his
Chapel, i Saturday evening in a Fernan- GI and thenA ei
I Curing, the period last i
Assisting in this of and members in attendance. with same year *
: phase Rev. James
opera Dunnam dina .
pastor Beach hospital, was held before '?raymg the loan_ ifll'1\1l1,
-. tions were, John Sill, Tom Harden o In relinquishing the presidency of the First Baptist Church, I Tuesday at 3 p.m. in Black Rock an, increase of $31,011,996 or 7.55 There's little! doubt that thos i i! tLeouu.nfd ebtednes'iL

-0; and Cecil Row ell.M Hawks expressed appreciation officiating. Interment was in Baptist Church. with Rev. cans I percent.. of us who become old-timers will ; be deducted from the policy .fraceeds -

; The two men were found safe I for the fine cooperation he Bosque Bello Cemetery. Sheffield officiating, assisted by I Earnings after taxes during barken back. to the winter of ;4 before the latter is'iid:

2 though I suffering! from the cold I had received and had high praise Mr. Franklin passed away last Rev. F. A. Picker. Burial was in I' this period were $8,827,233, compared 1962-63 as probably the worst to the beneficiaries. ...
for the work of Mrs, Hill with $8,411,666 last year. ever experienced on Amelia Is- .
in the
and rain. Their I Friday in a Jacksonville hospit Hughes Cemetery at Yul e.. I' -
..: recovery was discharge of her duties al. I A native WalterboroS.. C.. Earnings per common sharp land. And this will probably go I You get along fine bning
"It fpeeded up due to the fact they I On assuming I Mr Crobby had been resident i iI were 70 cents compared with 66 double for those on the line home the b but littl.
ibf presidency, lie was a member of the Men'sBible ; a. eon a *-pplesauce -
had notified fr.mily and friends I cents!!, and represent a percentage crews of the utilities and tele- I
p. Williams stated that he consid- Class of the First Baptist :>f Nassau ,County since 1928, I: l jJewf. with it swans
.::. their destination, and. the time of I II ered it a great honor to If nam- Church; a member of Theodore and was residing in Yulee at the to sales of 2 and 2.05 per, :. phone companies and in the pub- up thingbft. ....
.. cent,., respectively. Shares outstanding Jic works department, who have ....
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their. expected return. ed to this post and that with the H. Hernandez Post 54, American time of his death. I II I -
.... on' ,
;.*, Commander< .f' White recommends usual fine cooperation of all, the Legion; a member of the Veterans ., He was a member ot'Black Jan. 12 were $12-. had some rough assignments' the i Pa passed car =
to
671,442 compared $12,709,620.The few .
*Jthat all boaters and fishermen coming year would be just as of Foreign Wars; and a, I Rock Baptist Church.He past days.Whenever On a curve' -.
I I successful as those in the past member is company now has 601 retail -I & I Lost his fad whfn'lie
.... : of the Fernandina Beach survived by his widow, I =
follow this procedure, and if 'theyJfail I .stores, in operation -. I have trouble with V S '
II I Boat Club. He was an employee Mrs. Mary L Crosby; two ons, compared .. "-- i lost his! nerve. fI '
I to return, the family should Nassau with 547 last year. --- -- -- --- -- -.
County in 1961 led all of Thomas Y. --- -
Rayonier Inc. Crosby of Fernandina '
I I in touch: with the local Aux Floiida: counties in pulpwood production He is. survived by his Beach, and Everett L. Crosby of A sales increase ,was recordedfor ; .. .'.. S S \( i._ :;.; hJ! S.
widow
i or with the Coast Guard followed the 4-week period ended Jan. H. ..
St. John3
by
I Mrs. Velma Graham Franklin Camp LeJeune, N. C.; two ..
.. $ in Jacksonville. ;; 12 the volume totaled $67-
County. daughters when ...
Mrs.
Ray Gebhardt,
J I. two sons Walter .Bob Franklin, S
with\ S '5'5.
... (-w-- : Marux, La., and Mrs. S. J. Li. 613,965 compared $62,639212 ,- S -
Jr., U. S. Army
Germany, Jerry
p* causi Jacksonville for the corresponding period"last Four f different to 'make' i
J* Craig Franklin, Fernandina L ; four sisters, year an increase of $4,974- ways going
1 9"A Beach; three daughters, "Mrs, Mrs. Nettie Avant, Beaufort, S. ,
: ; 'I f je i$alace SaloonFlorida's Majorle Theit, Rosau; Minn.. I! C., Mrs. R. A. Ferrell Mrs. Eddie 753. or 754 percentAn "

....'. Mjss Helda Mae Franklin and I i '| Lane and Mrs. Ottie Lane, all of increase also was registered more fun than getting there ;
for the 52-week period end
:: Miss Sarah Louise Franklin, both i Walterboro, S. C; one brother,, :
Oldest and Most Historic 'I ed Jan. 12 when sales amountedto ,
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J. B.
of Fernandina Beach a. sister I:, Crosby, Walterboro; 14 *
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a ,
i I Mrs. Nell Collyier, Greenville, ;':grandchildren and seven great- 803,260,058 compared': wjth "S S. '. You can see why one of America's will make you think that ice and snow "

e 1 '. Fernandina. Beach's Favorite Meeting Place I Tenn.;. and fopr grandchild 11 1 I I grandchildren. ,$764,128,280, a gaiiwof .$39,131: ,* : '.a, < .favorite outdoor spprts is driving are kid stuff; ;and for pure adventure, ..

'1. For The. Finest In Beverages I Pallbearers were, John TiliaI I 1 Active pallbearer were, Clfd31I I 778 or 512perc4nt, Chevrolets, with four entirely different "America's onIyportskinds ,. ? 7j[ .''te:' i:
of cars to choose from. There's itt two all-new versions.ith1 loofe .
no\\
i I kos Gene Lewis, Thomas Kane/ I Williams! H.: S. McKendreer John *
t: Boiled Shrimp Ham On Rye : Carson; McKendree, Elbert Gill!; Koen, Robin Malone, L. L.' Owens, the Jet-smooth Checrolet,about luxuthat can stop traffic like a rush-hour :

1 KoshcrSandwichesBathuc : and Howard Wrench.McKendree and Arnold Bell. Mayor'sProclamation rious as you can: go without going over- blizzard. Picked your favorite already? ==

| Honorary pallbearers were, S ., board in pricejHhe; low-cost ._ The next thing is to take =

I'i' I ; Jchn Page, Felton Moore, H. B. '.5 S Cry II, a good-looking car the wheel at your Chevrolet ...
: ----- ,. -- -- -- -- ReviewReEvaiuation '! Dickens, Broward Freeman'4liid i that would send any family sz _ dealer's. If that doesn't have -

; I:r J. P. Freeman. "' ".'' i I, packing! ; another famiy.! you thinking, of places to =

I I'F SPECIALIZE I IN I WHEREAS, February 8, 19G3, favorite, the sporty Corrqir, gomaybe )'oq.'d rathequst ..
For 'js the fifty-third anniversary of i whose' rear-engine traction Keeps/ GOIng Great have A ball around town! =

Automatic Scout Week. the founding of the Boy Scoutsof ...
Transmission II
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RepairsBrake ..
I Kiwanians Monday! 4merica, chartered by the I L ; ".j4I' --

R.J. Continued from Congress of the United $tates of : ._.., I ::
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Rebuilding Wheel Alignment ... v. ,. ..
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ne3 America for all : :;
as a .
/ .program \ .. ;i4 ..
BY TOMMY HALL .d.. .' ( .
CEXEUAL REPAIRS\ i noon exDOsition.After boys.. J andWHEREAS /,.{iU.}"Y. I / ..

-- -OX-- ALL MAKES & MODELS! !! Nassau County Tax Assessor I chow at noon, the exposition t t the. Boy Scout J! JOVIIl' -.....
Eddie McKendree will be conductejl jmd(I has affected the lives''; r< ...
Our Repair Facilities Are The Finest, Best spoke to fellow I program : ;
Equippedand to'
the public is also invited this "
iKmanians of boys and ; I{
on Monday night'and I' over 34,000,000 men I ::
Most Modern In Town I ivkas: introduced by Stuart Davis, function. j since; 19JO, and now has an active i ...

: program chairman. I The Scouts will break \pftyl enrollment of ,more than qt. E,' -..
p between and 5 p.m. as the final' '200,000, of whom 300 -. -
HARRELL'S lIe pointed out th? increase in over are : t\ .
I I phase of their observance of the ...
STANDARD | active within North
{ population which has been at- locally our I .
AUTO ...
: SERVICE 53rd Anniversary of their ,
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I tamed in Nassau County during move- I Florida Council. and I JET-SMOOTH CHEVROLET IMPALA SPORT COUPE --

M r* South Eighth Street ; the period 1950: to 1960. He also ment. WHEREAS, the movement I. S .,...
W
s U-. "Your Rambler Dealer" t| disseminated statistical summar- ACTIVITY SCHEDULE* has inaugurated its new program ....
I Ijes. showing the average ad val- Thursday, February 7 of emphasis entitled, "Strengthen ....
1 I .....
.. I 4:00 PM, All scouts selected
----- -.- --- ------ :1 orem millages as shown by the America Character Counts"by ....
(-* .11962 i tax rolls, and population to hold offices, in the city ggy*! which, it aspires to "Build a _. .
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eminent t& assemble in
are front
.;.: gains in Florida Counties dug, ,I Strong America Serve the I .
of City Hall In full uniform. r. -
*. the ten year period., I cause of democracy and I I ....
4:30 P.M. The above mentioned ......
I U I Achieve the of ,Scout I
"The purposes>
most significant gains .
scouts will ride on the city fire -
ing", now therefore be it ....
were in Brevard County where
truck for motor ...
\ I a trip throughthe .
H I struge an increase of 371't was shown, city. RESOLVED, that I, E. J. ....
WhY and in Broward 0'follow, Smith the ....
County 5:00 P.M. All scouts be Mayor ,of City of Fer- ...
ing with a gain of 298 f/i" Mc-, at City Hall for ceremonies and nandina Beach, in the .State of .

JI e with% : Kendree stated. band concert. Florida, do hereby proclaim the .,. CHEVY II NOVA m SPORT COUPE : .;

J ? In comparing population in, 5:15 PM. Ceremonies: Band \week of February 7 to 13 as < ; ...
i BiUs I creases on a national level, he, plays National Anthem. Welcomeby Boy Scout Week, and acclaim its INN

Unpaid I I said, "Florida now stands ninth, Honorable Mayor E. J. Smith. new program since the first line] S jL,' t, S --

''in the Nation among the fifty'states. Swear in scouts for offices. Band I of our nation's defenses, lies in .. ..

I- '. Nassau County has a plays final number. the character of its people andf -

population of 18,000 at present" Friday, February 8 { the oncoming generation. ..,I",
r Speaking of the re-evaluation 8:15: AM. All scouts report to .I do urge our citizens this year ...

P.!" Our Consolidation Loan Plan program he said, "that the necessary school I to recognize the important part ........

1 solve that funds had not been ap-, : 9:00 A.M. All scouts involvedin the, family plays in the develop- M

... can problem ''propriated for this purpose, but city government report to I ment of boys, of Scouting, and I .-....-.

and efficiently that the program would be carried ., City Hall Commission Room, no the American. way of life; fur : ...
s quickly out with the personnel avail-, later than 9:00 AM. for assignment ther: that they .appreciate ,and ....
i able. The Timber Divisions of support'the unselfish patriotic I 4 CORYAIR MOHZA CLUB COUPE =

** I I the two local pulp industries 12:00: 1:00 P.M Lunch at frvice rendered to our community ..

3 i, have made their technical staffs Beach Drive In, courtesy City of i by the volunteer leaders of : ., ..

( loans up to$600A.C.i'INANCE, i I available for this evaluation pro- Fernandina Beach. this great movement; and tlso .......
stf \W1 I gram. This method of accomplishing 1:30 PM. All scouts involvedin the assistance given by religious
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the ,re-evaluation will city government report fo bodies, school organizations, veterans ...

: ; I;take longer (about 24. years) General Headquarters expositionarea associations, 'fraternalgrOPps ........
11 i! but will effect tremendous pav- for further instructions and and service clubs .that :
'4
.... CORPORATION ings to the county, over having set up camp. sponsor our Cub Scout. packs. =
..... '- r'3 ...
.. : an outside firm to handle the reevaluation 4:30 P.M. AU scouts in school 807 Scout troops, and Explorer S ....
I-MOVtiT
: YOU car U MONTHS I 70'AYMeNrs fOI i I I[ program," McKendree report by patrols to troop leaders units. ....
MunS II
MONThS II MONTHS concluded, ....
: S 7'.00 I exposition area. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF I
$5.06 $5.47 I S 7.55 I Miss Louise Rauschert and 6:00: ... 7:00 PY. Late chowK have hereunto signed my ,name t ::
160.00
.. S 9.49 10.79 11.67 I 16.11 Ii Miss Rita Sloze were guests r/-d ( rations no cooking), officially ,and caused the seal of .. .. '< ...

.... 415.00 24.16 21.35 30,69 J .n.so wire introduced by Fred Cook. 7:30 PM. District campfire. by the City of Fernandina Beach" to S i.. CORVETTE STING RAY SPORT COUPE i' =

600.00 3".39 39.3. 42.66 59.35 : J. C. Bennett presented as his Troop {9. be affixed this 31 day of Jan- ..a

"" guest, Herb Bailey of the'Co -I % 1000 PMT Taps, uary, 1963. '., 5'->, S .s '

308 Atlantic Avenue tamer Corporation Timber Division Saturday February 9 E. J. Smith, Mayor N Bonanza- Buys on four entirely- different kinds of cars al.f-<; S Chetrdet dealer

tJiI rnondlna Itath, Florida. office, and Dave Russell was 7:00 A.M, Revijle.} -. .."J :' .. -,- .-------S-' .-..- -.-.--_......._u.n.........._.._ ,.,..
4.
M the guest of Kiwanian Eddie Mc- 7:15 8:15 AM. Early chow ; :ii ...

f cu Telephone 2613681 Kendree. and police troop areas. l to attend scout exposition. .. .,, ; ....
.' .010 laws: ki 1-5: .SJnSs4a, &$.twdsyf4- -!----* 8:15 11:3031.. Work on :exhibits 4:00 :5:00 P.M. Break camp. : lIoN

S ____Aojlv1! CONVENIENT OFFICIS IN JACKSONVILLE "A delegate-at-large is a gentleman and demonstrations and Special Notice r. 'Woodward "Motor Company
9* who attends the convention generally prepare for afternoon Scouts may not leave exposition -
N without his wife." Don 1.Pausehert. .
exposition. ; area for any reason, without, ..
,t Pana (HI) News-Pal USO1:00 PJL ,Noon cbo< obtaining permission from Troop .
t.r ..... ladi m. .. 1:00 4:00 ] .- SOUTH 8TH _STREET PHONE 261-36JC:
,' : P3L Public invited Leaders. ) ._'.., ,a... : : .
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i \\wNiEMgnsmoCStOck\\\q( Liquidation SaleQflCtt I frfq ft.41iit 4 Q


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I Me Up To _"/ MISCELLANEOUSStanley Bedroom


'; .t ,_ 24 Months To Pay s Q to. :: \ Hutch Bookcase DIXiE: 4-PIECE WALNUT SUITE

__ :.. \ Reg. $59.95 NOW $20 I Large Triple Dresser t Mirror Bookcase Bed
__ .. to ------ t Chest (No Pulls To Tarnish) Reg. $329.95 NOW $195 .
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4-Piece
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- is ;f. We Finance Everything ;,.: 9y.Q1 PICTURES 60; OFF '
4-PIECE-'CHERRY-SUIT
Sectional Sofa ; 9x12 Fibre Rug STANLEY ;
Reg. $27.95 t Large Triple Dresser Mirror Panel lied
In I Our Own OfficeSAVE NOW $15
?l .
5 Drawer Chest Keg. $349.95 NOW $185
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Mirror With Frame --- -- -
HI-PILE NYLON .
I FOAM CUSHIONS 175 (UP 10 60%\ .t 1- $34.95 30"x44"Reg. NOW $ZQ, WHITE Double Dresser FRENCH With PROVINCIAL Mirror .Panel 3-PC.Bed I SUITES Chest t
I ZIPPERED COVERS Reg.$199.95 NOW $135
Double Door Metal .
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Wardrobe With Lock 3-PC. CHARCOAL SUITE With Plastic Tops
Living Room Dining RoomSTANLEY Reg. $36.95 NOW $25. 0 Double Dresser With Mirror Bookcase Bed 0 Chest

___ ..---.:-.____u_ ___ Knee. Hole Desk Reg. 149.95 r NOW--.._$110._---
__ BERKLINE EARLY AMERICAN! SOFA OILED WALNUT 7-PC. SUITE Reg. $59.95 PLASTIC NOW TOP $35 KENT COFFEY WALNUT &: WHITE 3-F>C
WITH ROSEWOOD INLAY t Double Dresser Plastic Top Mirror o Panel Bed
WITH FOAM CUSHIONS I China I Buffet .' Extension Table 4 Chairs FISHING OUTFIT i Reg. 169.95 NOW $90

Regular $179.95 NOW $125.00 Reg. $459.95 NOW ONLY $295.00 t.I 2 TACKLE REELS RODS BOX SOLD. 149.95 MAPLE 3-PC. SUITEReg. NOW $75 ,

Berkline Goose Neck Platform Rockers MAPLE 5-PIECE DINETTE NET HOOK NOW
Round D/L Extension Table t 4 Duxberry Chairs Reg. $39.95 $15 4 DRAWER CHESTS
i Your Choice Colors NOW $ Values To $69.95 NOW $20
NOW $ 45 00 Reg. $169.95. 95.00 EXTRA '
Reg. $69.95 to $89.95 CHEST
BLOWING ROCK 5-PC. WALNUT DINETTE SPECIAL 3-PiECE BEDROOM GROUP DRESSER
Berkline Early American 3-Pc., Sectional NOW $75.00 I t BEDkt
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Reg. $149.95 Make Your Own "t !;.;s I : > Walnut Charcoal

I With Reg.: $299.95EARLY Foam Cushions___ N.. .0V__H $220.00- BLOWING ROCK. DINETTE 5PC. CHERRY--ROUND-- -- r MohawkRug Rug t:. While They $jfl '

AMERICAN SWIVEL ROCKER WITH PLASTIC TOP & LEAF Samples25c Last VU

; NOW ,5.00 Reg. $179.95 NOW $90.00
: _Regular_ _. $79.95_ _.J-- Each STANLEY 3-PC. SUiTE-Black With Rosewood
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STANLEY PIECE L-0 DINETTE e 5 Drawer Chest Framed Mirror Panel Bed
While Last
$ FAMOUS MAKE{ CLOSE -' OUT SOFA WITH LEAF They Reg. $199.95 NOW $85 ;:
100% Nylon Cover- Solid Foam Rubber Zippered Cushions Reg. $159.95 NOW r $80.00! 9 Nylon t
3-PIECE SUITE Solid Select HardwoodGREY
Regular. $269.95 !! 0$75.00 STANLEY 9PC. WALNUT DINING ROOM Wool FINISH
SUITE With Plastic Top Table and, Buffet t Double Dresser With Tilting Mirror I Chest.
I I China I Buffet I Is.,Extension Table (Seats 8) t Rayon 6 Bookcase Bed
LIVING ROOM SUITE
2-PC. .
I 6 Chairs Reg. $159.95 NOW $90
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Reg. $469.95 NOW $310.00.. f MAPLE BUNK BED OUTFIT
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t r ij1iie PIECE OVAL DINETTE WITH SERVERri.nsTtc 2 HEADBOARDS
; TOPS ;; 2 FOOT BOARDS
NOW $85.00 2 SPRINGS
$159.95
Reg. \ 2 INNERSPRING MATTRESSES.

5PC. ROUND, DINETTE WITH SWIVEL" '' ,
CHAIRS 4 '
PLASTIC TOP AND SKIRT Sq (l 7 NOW $9 S.

_ NOW $95.00 qt Reg.$iJs.ssHIDEAWAY----,. i'
Reg. $179.95 ---------- t J

BED For Any Room j jR1sf .
SOLID FOAM CUSHIONS FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIAL Fy
85 .
: e CHOICE OF COLORS 2-PC. SOFA BED SUITE A
FOAM CUSHIONS $7S''YITII Choice of Colors "
LOUNGE CHAIR AND OTTOMAN
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Re
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Regular $69.95 NOW $35.00 ,DESPERATEEverything $249.95
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MAPLE SEWING ROCKER In Used Department Must Go! \ .-->.. I I

Just A Few of The Items That Must Be Sold
Regular $24.95 NOW $15.00 1 --- --------- -- ---- ._- ti i. NYLON FOAM CUSHIONS
LARGE 5-PIECE WOOD DINETTE $6.00. SOLED FOAM MATTRESS $150
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Kroehler Lounge Chair and Ottoman SIMMONS_ SOFA BED ., '$10.00 Wide Selection .
I
r WITH FOAM RUBBER 9-PC. MAHOG. DINING RM. SUITE $50.00
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Regular $149.95 NOW$80.00_ SOLID OAK CORNER TABLE $4.00 5 ,, TABLES- TALESTALES |%
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COIL SPRINGS $2.00OCCASIONAL ( *
Platform Rocker With W Foam Seat CHAIRS $1.00 WE MUST HAVE A THOUSAND! & <

I and Back Assorted Colors FLOOR LAMPS 3.00 2ForThePriceOfl/ 7IF 7

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: Regular$59.95 NOW ONLY $ 30 LANE CEDAR CHEST .. ." $rs.oo ':q4H) YOU THINK THIS IS TOO MUCH. 4,
LARGE WALNUT BUFFET -_$5.00
IFS MAKE' US AN OFFER! v PIlather
f Early American High Back Lounge Chair OAiTp'RESSERANb- MIRROR $,SAO
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FULL PANEL! CRIB MATTRESS $15.00.
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Regular $109,95_.: NOW $45.00 2PC., SECTIONAL SOFA .. .$10.00 ;
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--- Ferilauhlilla
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'I DRESSER BASE $6.00:
; ALL PLASTIC CONTOUR CHAIR
CHROME HI-CHAIR $5.50 ..

Regular $69.95 NOW $35 OAK DINING ROOM CHAIRS, Each $i: o 329 South 8th Street Fernandina Beach, Fla.
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t Page- Four. -" --. --(1ewsEeader- Fernandina Beach, Florida--Thursday, February, '7,',1963. _. ... ,' .- __-- ... __ .j. .. ._ ,_ .. ., _. _,. -t.. _
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J I Miss Hilda 1 Lb t I ,lt::.., .,:w'1':. 'rln'w
- lilT Feted At S [ January 27 I W. R. Ho ?r.i j granddaughterPamela :
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: I icf'gWQ Of Houston,
Birthday.,. ,art I' bars Frieda Elder and children Mrs. Lucile Townsend Scott of ; Texas; news .' \\fl. C. Mau-,
\I, M 'bliss Hilda Lovell left last weekend for El, Pasco, Manasota Key, Englewood, pass I rice Ktfly.several :' lAti tl, Ga.; and
: honor at ft $ ; t Texas where they. will mace ed away in a Venice hospital t tdkes" ;'nephews and
t party last Friday : : their home. Sunday January 27, following a I cousins. '. -"'.

i home ,of .Mrs, I Mr. John Sessions!, Major Don brief Illness, '
Broom Street, I t Sessions and Mrs. ,Geraldine Mrs. Scott lived in Fernandina I I

occasion were TGene Scott, of Daytona >Beach, visited\ Beach before moving to Mana
i Little., ... I' Mrs. J. C. McJunkin and Bill I eta Key and has many friends WATCH ) .
: The guests I Scott and family last weekend. I
N I here who will regret to hear of
and
-4 I limboing. The r.
table wai centered r L Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lentjes ar- her death. She was. the youngest I
cake ; I I'rived Wednesday from Washington daughter of the late Col. and
birthday '
row buds, topped. : II I[ D. C. to spend the weekend Mrs. S. C. Townsend .of.. St.I
Birthday Hilda" with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Marys, Ga.Funeral i

... The honoree rec Ralph Wood, and brother, Chip. was held January' 28,
1
: nice gifts in I I They were joined by his mother, tn .Venice with Rev. Tucker of i .. '
occasion i I I Mrs. W. _J. Lentjes of Clarksdale Englewood, former Rector of : ... : "
i i Mississippi. -Christ Episcopal Church in '..: .' l'
FOR .
the ..
Enjoying
i honoree were, Tom J I I Mrs. Lee Morgan has returned Brunswick, Ga., officiating. i 08
ni Barker, Phil r. from a week's visit in Mexico She is survived by her husband I TURNING CARS

t: Hall I. Johnny Crews I I! City. She made the trip by plane.! Penn C. Scott of Mana- '
,ham,"Carl I I .
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M and I Johnny Morris, student at the
ry, Kenny I t'
Becky Jones, University of Florida, visited
l Ted Comb', Ernie last weekend with his parents, .
lI Turk Lewis Wilder M Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris
tf ,
I .. hams, Rufus A :.f .. ASC David Pickett, presently WItt:1
-. Davis Bonita '''stationed! at Pensacola with the :
I
on, Ano&Jfcwell, '' 6 I.' USAF, spent last weekend with
.. nei, Broc Smith, i t. : :
t his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
: Frank, .Jones and, 1 ,,,' :. ,.. ,.:1 Pickett Sr.
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\ :r set have loads of fun at the ballroom Ft. Benning, Ga.' Sunday aftera -
I. : F FI Bean' on'Fridays at her studio at 141 North weekend }here with his parents, ,
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1111 .l .r
are,, Martha Par.tinLind4 &ipp, Caro, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Bowers, and r+ ; ;
I !!, Joe Weatherford, Floyd 'Lewis Gramille brother, David. *->**f <*t jK*... .., *)UyMr .,h... .-.* .
"J i***"* y iiM JS fc >i..iii.i. iiiir I : Mark and Mason Bean .Absent when the
, i Ginger and Linda Jones and Sandra Beug-: Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Pickett
r i it' and children, Vance and Paulette,
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I I I returned home Wednesday after .
a few days visit with relatives .in .akwa.wf-

Theme Marine Welcome Spartanburg, S. C. .
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Mr and Mrs. Dewitt Weaverof
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' l + M : Station Hostess Mobile, Alabama were here { ...
-I 1 for a brief visit Sunday with her 4cw wnwr :.e

'i I Up sister, Mrs. Cecil Pickett, and
__ I Speaks To Lions family, and brother, Shiell Sheffield '
and family Mrs.' Sadie T' 't\
On .
Play Sheffield, who had been their s.wMN _
: : Nis!. .Arline Hull manager of
guest in Mobile for ten days, re-
l the new Florida Marine Welcome -
n's Club turned home with them. vi
Station here
was guest i .
I:* : FEB. 12 ,speaker at the.' regular weekly Mr. and Mrs. Rudy York and ww.wc. $
: 2:00 P.M., Club will pre meeting of the Lions! Club Tues- Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Waas, Jr., '

/ .; 7:30 P.M. most entertaining! day" night returned; Friday from a Carjb- S'S+
; the curtain, Miss_ _Hull was presented b y bean. cruise. Among the ship's w.
n \ : on the thre ,-act ,Harry Poole, program chairman. pom of call were Kingston,
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\ I Evening. The guest speaker fold the Jamaica and Port au Prince, CHARACTER COUNTS
hilarious spectacle Lions of the Welcome Haiti. .
i Stationsat -

I eM k We are one Preston and : all entrances to Florida and Fire Chief Hoyt Lofton, who SCOUT WEEK FEB '713
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In the
.f I sup of their functions hospitality, I ,: ,
j tli ff :Sponsoring' 1 I Dorothy (Sissy) !orange ,juice, road maps, bro- week underwent, at the spinal University surgery of Florida lastI, Q y: .0' l' '& ., .K'Xft: IJ. -
Kavouklis
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I chures and the like.
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Assembly of I Knight, ,Heulette Health Center, is reported fo -

I t '.. J'South 14th : Pipkin, Press Sbe, said that the waterway be improving steadily. If he continues _. -
Eber welcome station will perform the to improve, it was report.
c ( e ; Philips. same function, only this time for
ed, he be permitted to return -
be presented .to may
r I ;i. e ; Friday evening-, boats that ply the Intracoastal : home in a few more days BARBARA'S KIDDIE KAMPFOR t
; : .re t) t e $ Waterway.Miss ,
t. Club on -Jean
-- i Hull, a veteran of a number ANNIE BROWN CIRCLE
of with the Florida WORKING. '
: be purchased for Development Tears,Commission,.,told of The Annie Brown Circle of 'I, SHOPPING ,
full l'epjGy1te! t1 'Memorial Methodist Church will'
nany: interesting and amusing)( RELAXING MOTHERS
her .
Dickens and
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meet February 11th at ,8 p.m. at
J'1" iiperiences, she, and other hostesses
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SUPERVISED PLAY
I '" from members of the home'of Mrs. Robert Grayon STORY TIME LUNCH
had experienced in their
: Tape :official capacity.A Highland Drive. ., NAP TIME
I I : lengthy question and answer All members are urged to at NOW OPEN 7:00 A.M. TO 6:00: P.M

\ '; r period attested the interest tend. Barbara Bryan, 2109 Florida Ave
Tube : ( ,Ir+ shown by the Lions in Miss Hull's CIRCLE Kamp Counselor Phone 261-52J3:
I '. P 0 subject. :MAMIE MILLS

: I ,Quinton Rumph, district gov- The ,Mamie Mills Circle of the --
Clock R
ernor, attended the meeting as
Woman's Society of Christian
.. did International Counselor Will
.. : ; Wasson. Rumph met with, the Service of Memorial Methodist Tom Davis
Used AM- Board of Directors immediately Church, will meet Monday, Feb

following the regular session. ruary 11, at 3:30 p.m. 1

: :: 23" CARD OF THANKS All members are urged h to attend Photographer FLORIDAPROFESSIONAL
; the meeting which will beheld
; Tedious hours during my recent 1 PHOTOGRAPHERSPHONE
tGO1NC ,
at the home of Mrs. W. IL I .. wmI
.. illness and hospitalizationwere
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by the many acts of kindness by,
: friends and loved ones. My heartfelt The habits of the weather Located oAt 402 S. 17 StreetF.ernandina.
r } 7) thanks for the beautiful san't be changed by man but

'" flowers[ and visits. man can change his habits 'when Beach, Florida!
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(Signed) Mrs. Jriving .
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II I + '* .i.iI Estes Addresses QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED PRICES GOOD Thru FEBRUARY 9th

m fiieGarden Local Rotarians SAVE WINN-DIXIE. STORES INC.- COPYRIGHT- ild



Basket On Club Magazine'!! i f ,p You con depend on Winn-Dixie C{( ; iits

S to hove tie} finest for your famil .

The Fernandina Beach Rotary ,' ,. .r 1 This week, take advantage of e
i BY JANE SCOFIELD club heard a program 'on the tL: n the low sale prices offered on 1

2nd birthday of the club's pub.. these top quality Swift premium
This week we attended the' and Into November he made a iication, The Rotarian, as they products. Another Famous Famous .
monthly horticulture class sponsored practice of giving his camelliasand met Wednesday for the weekly Brand feature.

by the Jacksonville Garden azaleas applications pf a luncheon at Seaside Inn. ,

.Club This meeting: free and j I hardening- fertilizer such!: as Guest speaker was Glen E. 3 a w SWIFT'S PREMIUM CANNED,

open to the public, is held the 2-12-12 and 0.1212and that he Estes, vice president and genera! Li'
fittt Tuesday of each month had found that this hardening manager of the Jacksonville '

from October through May. For off .produced better and longer branch of W. II. Curtin and Co.,
the last several years it has lasting blooms. He also said that scientific equipment and sup-

.' been led by Mrs. A. W SimpSon he root pruned-his plants that insisted plies distributor. .\ r u M NTT ..

I an intensely interested and on putting on winter Estes used as his subject 5 U 0 E
1 experienced horticulturist, who i I growth.He "Read It-Use It-Share It" in regard .D STOR E 7 I LB. $ 99

always cornea up with a timely stressed having plants in te The Rctarian. ,
and most worthwhile program. good physical<<= condition as theygo ,
He pointed out: that the magazine -
I .'.w..We mention her name because into cold weather and well has a circulation of 9ver CAN
FULL
quite a few Fernandina Beach watered. Watering plants and 400,000 and goes to 11,404 clubson CUT ROUNDSteaks
gardeners know .ber.in different in is
lawns winter very import. 128 countries. The publication
plant, society circles. In our ef. ant he said, remarking that more is printed in both English
". .Sorts to keep well informed for lawns die from lack of waterin and Spanish. 8W PREMIUM BAKING
the sake of this column, we try winter than from cold wea- LB. :
Estes emphasized the impact!:
.to attend everyone of these ther. 'H
the has
magazine on variou?
monthly classes that we can. In regard to covering plants '
SIRLOIN
PL: Because of the real l interest in with a. sheet of ice to protect clubs in passing along ideas that or T-BONE
have beneficial to other
what to do,for cold damaged them during extreme cold he proven

;"plants, the planned program I said gardeners with just partial clubs. .
Visiting Rotarians were :MayorW. ; GRADE "A"
gave way to what seemed a information about it often do Steaks J
98 ,
Wilson McCormiek ,
pressing need. Mr. Ralph King, more harm than good.rTo help and J.D. R. McCormick, J. T. of Jacksonville LB.. 'f4 'it QUICK i FROZE

District Inspector for the Divis- the plant he says the sprinklers Beach. .. 4 to.:6: Ib. Avg,
Jon pf Plant Industry of the should be started before the tem- 't, 4
:..State Department of Agricultureand reaches and John Gregory of Fernandina 1' LB.
perature thirty-five
Beach and ,
visiting
was a guest
Mr. E. II. Brookins, Presi. sprinkling should continue until
";::3ent of the Northeast Chapter of high school seniors were Larry
the plant thaws out. If the temperature CHUCKpast '
Donald Brazell
Brewer, and :
*the Florida Nurserymen andy has already dropped be- John Crisp.Court LB. 59.1. SWIFT'S PREMIUM SLICED
r : growers Association, were pro. low the thirty-five degree mark,
dired to give the group help forget about it, for more harm

tperience.k"lrom- their. knowledge and ex than good will be done. Of Honor EXTRA LEAN, FRESH GROUND NP

Mr. Brooking said that the I ,
*'" Mr King handled the 'subjects I
*, :, of palms and citrus, in addition theory of cutting off cold killed Opens ActivitiesThe 9
wood for fear that the
sour sap
:
*Kto giving information about the I j Beef 5 $19 BROWN SUGAR
'' from it would enter the living Week G. ., -
'State' Plant Board of Florida: and For Scout
parts of the plant and cause them CURED
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"':wit. work. In the case of the cold
to sour and die has been exploded -
4"he said I Nassau District .
'damaged: palms only Boy

;,,,.e pletely dead fronds should He; living said cells that don't it would sour.be August Scouts of America Court of W. Boston ,Butts. \ LB.
M.6c removed at this time; those 'i Honor led off Boy Scout Week
J '"Jartially green should be left j know or if azalea September plants before were kill-we activities on. February 5. 50 Free .
MMMintil warm weather.. He said thej I ed that apparently the tops of Ceremonies were opened by WITJJ THIS COUPON! AND PURCHASE OF ..' YOUR I mmDetergent
**"* palm .needed all theeen ; No. 171 and brief out- P .k R '
amazed| Troop a FOUR 6-oz. CANS
the plants will go on as usual, FROZEN t ,
,,,, leaf surface it could have bloom, and put on new growth, line of the' new year's- activitieswas Astor Orange iC8. or oas '
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motor its chlorophyll value until prese ted. Fred Townsend
but in late summer the plant
f :::i'arm weather jjien new fronds gave a resume of the activities GOOD THRU FEBRUARY THAT
may begin to die. One may geta ANY WINN ,
the bud Scout Week. -DIXIE _\ '
In
-s eould grow regard tq during Boy
.... pretty good idea now of whether is
.be said: that a completely dead: I not azalea plants have Troop 191 was presented per NAM ,
...bud should be removed ,and the i or manent possession of the 1962
been fatally damaged by examining
"cavity should be generously ; Attendance and Advancement ,tro i.
"A.
trunk the
the near ground.If ou Lb. 9
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sprinkled with chlordane. Do not I.I.i' phies. ARROW -
: the bark is split there, the
*.. .:ull the bud if there is any sign plant is damaged. If it is split Ten Scouts were presented the 50 Free .<1. /: Green Stamps' J -

v.of life 'Or if it does not lift out all the'way around the plant will rank of Second Class: Reed WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF '
0
,;; ..eel easily. He said it would be succumb in August or September Ruclcer) Scot Austin, Robert Bed FOUR PKSf, FROZEN IDA GOLD giant I box

:. :;:;.June, or July before new buds ; if split only on one side, ford, Cecil Bennett, Randle Cow- Taler Nuggets DIXIE DARLING Enriched SAVE' iu
little difference Harvey
Ferreira
came in. There was a Art, Robert Billy
there is chance of saving it by
of opinion between him I Kenny King, J. Ryals, and At"y" :01 TH 1 14 .
with extra good
I pampering care. WINN ''EBread 2 291.DFTERGENT.
and Mr. Brooking as to whether Last week we mentioned tha) 'J. Smith. '16, ( .. :. Save 2U 1 F
: to give the palnis, a little fertil broad-leaved evergreens could be John Paul Allen was presented _
I izer now or wait until March. the First Class rank, and James
pruned for shape now, and we Tide 581.
GIANTBOX :
I r Mr. Brooking added that a cold took our information from a Saunderson received the rank of W\\ F
damaged paint that was oozing Star Scout. = /
at the bottom (sweating is.|guide written'by Gainesville au- Merit Badges were presentedto :=: Limit one with $5.00 food order.
juice .
.
i thoritt&}-Mr. Brooking does not 50 Free ZffC'Green, Stains 50 Free IAAGIJ'0' .'
seen Stamps
I the,gur. ery, term for it) is dead Ted Anderson Steve Adams,
that it
right now. agree with that, saying Danny Fullwood, Lee Godwin, WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF WITH THIS COUPON AND,PURCHASE OF l lHBBBBKliJttlMFrw
is better to wait until March. It .
We asked about the damaged Reed Rucker!: and Frank Fiala. FOUR 303 CANS THRIFTY MAID Out 40-OZ. JAR DEEP SOUTH

leaves of the sago palm, which opinion may be comes that the about difference'because our of The rotating trophies for Advancement Green .Lima Br'*,s' Peanut ,Butter Y .v/: Green Stamps

a I is not a palm at all but a cycad.. recent winters have tended to be and Attendance for GOOD THRU FEBRUARY >THAT GOOD THRU FEBRUARY_ iTHAT WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
I The answer was to leave the only 1963 were presented, to troop 213 ANY, INN '
colder'and the guide we followed W -DIXIE. ,ANY WINN-DIXIE ONE: FAMILY Size TUB:
}partially dead fronds of these on for the month of February. 11 !'( 18
We certainly d Crest Teeth Paste
seven old. -
years ( :
: the plant until warm weather'I March 21 was noted as the date it .: TT' .-..
ly try to make no statement in .
/ also. of the next Court of Honor ;-\yY f'p- GOOD THRU FEBRUARY ITH

__ .,' Mr. King was very optimistic The.do Garden not have Basket good for authority.whichwe FRESH, 'TENDER. :YOUNG 19 AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
'
I about citrus trees coming back Jr.-High Elementary .

I, even though, the 'leaves were I LUNCHROOM 1 MENUS Pole Beans 2 29c .tllIay
't gone. He said many of them I, Smokey, Says: FEB. 11.15 Jns Save 314 n.c."sjANDARD

were 4 already fuzzing out and he : Monday: Hot dogs / buns, **** "

thought that the established baked beans, cole slaw, cherry URGE, .FRESH y, FIRM a HEADS. Tomatoes Can 9x
of fair size had not been
plant a I cobbler, and % pint milk.
I .materially damaged. In North 'I II II I Tuesday: Spaghetti w/ DARLING' Long Groin Save 8
Florida, he said, citrus is on trio I 'Cqibbage 10Potatoes :
beef, and tomato
ground sauce 3 lb
I
: r: *.F :3,5
foliata is understock deciduous ,and which goes rootstock dor-- green salad, apple sauce, rolls ." Rice ;
and
and butter, lincoln logs, %
I 1 :want in winter even though the S
I pint milk I '.U. S.; NUMBER 1 SW ET. LIBBY'S CS or WK Golden Save WitCorn..229x.
is which cold
I top green, gives a Wednesday: Bar-b-cue porkon
reistlnjr attribute to the entire buttered bun, ranch style
; plant. Walt until spring to trim w/dress-j i
I beans, chopped lettuce
off dead wood and then cut., 5 LBS 49'
raoair ing, fruit salad, chocolate chip j : f \$of 4: \, Each ASTq Y 'Cli t..:'j."iJ
I -li htl1 into"thriving wood. st\ .; J'
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,. t.f \
cookie aud) % pint milk t' f!'" ) .
Mr. Brooking said that he .to I .,.
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1'1- I Thursday Oven fried chic- 'Ot'C: ''S1'
SCENERY
r would experience very little loss THE ken, potatoes w/ cheese sauce, SUPERBRANDJGRADE '"A" FRESH,FLORIDA K I e" I ,J ns a
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IS I ::4u1lFUt .
of camellia the loss being
plants '
a green peas, tomato wedges, rolls Save 5* Each ASTOR Fruit
buds.
t only the On or two and butter, Valentine cake, and
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varieties suffered, he said among milk. Lge. Eggs 2 89 303
Vz pint DOL Cocktail 5 .
1
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them the variety Blood of China I Keep it that way Friday: Fish sticks (tartar nl"

1 However, he said that in October Present Forest Fires! sauce), cabbage and carrot salad, .. ,
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------ Son 4* Each DEL MONTE (PHieeppIe-Gropefruil; )
z green: beans, rolls and butter, I MORTON_ Salsibury,, Meat Loaf, Chicken Tu tom
I rker, 4 6cr,
jello w/fruit, and % pint milk. ks 4 $1.

i I KNOW YOUR HOW BEAUTIFUL TilE ROSE Dinners.. .1 89 nfl 111 Cons

I How beautiful the rose ; FOR ,:. BLUE BAY UsM Meat Chunk!; No. 14 r

1 And sweet the songbird's note, Tuna .4 CansYOUR ,' 1.

HSS-1 HELICOPTER But dearer still is an infant's MORTON Lemon, Chocolate, Banana, Coconut, .
smile, .IkVffVlltUII 'I S..( J( tick VAN CAMP Por i mi ,

l Or a lisp from it's tiny throat. ; '

1 ) A tinkling waterfall Cream Pies 2 Family Size 89 r Beans. 81.

1l Is nature's music, rare.
( .\, But a mother's crooning lullaby --:iIt
", Is a chaste and holy prayer. -

.. ( The golden moon o'erwhelmsThe .. i :. ..._
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F shadows of the night; .. .. t _
Butrthe love and trust of a little l Y'

child .
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Can make the whole world. .
bright. r I EEP ,,,/ CHOICE
SouTN. ?

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,. ire and self forgot I

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f I MANf UYOAWfc. IS.USED RMURJIY $5.00 Gal. KraftLimif T ; CAN
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News From ,. .. to indicate the Senate strugglehas TALLAHASSEE j '':'' Some ofFlorida's

I I High School C. Reports From Washington as its ulterior motive one governmental operations -

thing: power. It was a struggle are handled in the "Sun
1 .
BY SHARON COUGH The Rec Center I., By Rep. D. R. (Billy) Matthews between two power blocs for shine," i.e.r open to the public.

control of the Senate. Cabinet meetings are as
open
IIi! This week has really been tickets to the play, "Adam'sEvening ; ANNUAL QUESTIONNAIREThe
The fight on the first day of are Development Commission
a busy week at ," which will be
presented BY SANDY DeSANDRO
', F. B. H. S.I I by the Woman's Club Thurs- National Debt of the Na- A the special session gives an illustration meetings and State Road Board

Bright and early day and Friday evenings. This THURSDAY FEBRUARY 7:' tion now stands at $301.3 billion, of this theory. The meetings. Not that all this business -
T
,I and the interest on th Debt is proposed 42-member Senate is done openly. But at least
Monday morning play holds special interest for
7 Playschool in the Game Room would have put control of the they make of lettingthe
the students received F.B.H.S. students because two 70 ContestantsContinued f 9.9 ,billion a year. The Presi; CAPITOLLETTER a pretense

.. their report members of the cast, Miss Molly at 9:30 a.m. Joan Bean, Instr. dent ,has recommended a tax cut Senate in the hands of some 14 public know what is goingon
Adult Ceramics Class in the per cent of the voters. Under freedom of the .
.. of $13.5 billion "to expand the through press.Howevcr
cards and Mr. Press
or, as Pipkin Jameson,
: ; teachers F.B.H.S. Ceramics Room at 9:30 a.m., ( from Page One) long run strength of our econ the .38-member proposal controlof ,.' there are many,.
some at .
&tudentsl are Martha Jean Puletti, Instr the Senate would be in the important '
obscure but equally
schools. omy" and "to move along the ,more -
Ia I call them, the
p: Sharon Hall, an outstanding Ballet 6ass ((3 and 4)) in the oath of a higher rate of growth; BY JERRY MOCK hands of some 18 per cent of state bodies that trans.

"happinesssheets. senior was awarded the :petty Auditorium at 10:00: a.m., Julanne Two beaus, Phillip Robinson and full employment. I ,have the voters. What that four per act the state's business unnot-
The TALLAHASSEE We have
i j ma. Crocker Homemaker of Tomor- Owens, Instr and Harry Johns, will assist tried to be objective, in ,this cent difference has to do with iced. They are unnoticed largely
of the had Porkcho
jority report Lambchoppers
-- award. Sharon received this pers
row each
contestant as she descends equality under the law is a because their business is
Ballet Class com
cardi were good. ((6 yrs.) in the Questionnaire, and have not and Goatchoppers in Flor- per-
very award by making the highest from the
Last Friday was club day, and score on the test administeredto Auditorium at 2:30 p.m., Julanne the stage to parade down lanted the questions either for ida politics If that isn't confusing tinent question. plicated and they get little press
the aud
walkway through
Owens, Instr. or against the President's The spokesmen for the attention.
all the students were encouraged pro enough, a fourth group is group
the girls m the F.B.H.S. Home
to1 join a club this semester. The Economics department and received Ballet Class ((5 and 6)) in the'' 'ience. Greeting each spectatoras posals. Please give me your fast developing in the Senate: attempting to -gain control of Such a body is the State Board,

clubs meet every two weeks, and loyely award. Auditorium at 3:30 p.m., Julanne they enter the auditoriumwill frank opinion on the major national Mugwumps.To the Senate were Sen. Verle Pope, of Medical Examiners which
a pin as an be
talented
ladies
Owens, Instr. young issues involved, and return from St. Johns County, one of performs rather obscure but important -
are very active. She is to add the confusion is the
now qualified competein from Yulee's eighth grade. Serv- to
the the smaller counties in the state, functions for the people
I The' Pirates are still busy the state contest. Ballet Class (?-9)) in the Auditorium ing as ushers and presenting Questionnaire as soon' difference between what has and John Mathews of Duval relative to the medical profession .
j' as possible.
playing basketball, and the I The National Aeronautics at 4:30: p.m., Julanne programs for the occasion will been going o'n in the Senate County. House members from I such'as approve licenses

cheerleaders are looking betterat Space Agency gave a wonderful Owens, Instr. be Kay Etheridge, Sheila Clax- I. DOMESTIC PROPOSALSA. these past few months and that Duval County have admitted I for doctors'and decide whetheror

each game. The senior cheerleaders assembly this Tuesday on the Atlantic Avenue Playground, ton, and Bonnie Burdette. ,little lawsuit down in the Federal their constituents probably will not a doctor can continue to

Susan Bailey, captain I supervised play, 3:30: 5:30 I Reduction and Revision of Court in Miami.
; p.m.,
operation of missiles and other Glowing, charming, smiling. Federal Income1 be ,satisfied with whatever re- practice legally in this state.

Chris Hall, co-captain; Sharon space projects. Hugh Sides, Supv. Each of the five, finalists will Taxes Those people down in Miami apportionment wins in the end. The board recently heard the*

Hall; and Susan Butler, are real Rehearsal, Miss Nassau County which 1. A permanent reduction in talk about the 14th Amendment, of under criminal
The "Hurricane, our school answer one question helps A member of the minority bloc case a doctor a -
Jy giving it everything they sale Mon Beauty Contest in the Auditorium determine her fate. Tension always !- tax rates, as' proposed by the i.e., equality under the law. The 1 charge* hi Bay County. Pre-,

have! These girls do not have newspaper The ,girls went of on the ShorthandII at 7:00 p.m. invades the audience as President, which would lower good Senators in the Legisla- I readily admits the purpose of I vious to 'the hearing the doctors

many more games to cheer for, day.class this and Young Democrats in the Conference | the judges make a final decision, liabilities by $13.5 billion phasedover ture might tell you that's what I the drive: "Can you imagine went into what is called with

so they are making the most of prepare paper Room at 8:00 3 years. ... all the legislative fight is about
they publish an issue tri-annual- : p.m. and when the votes are counted, t some of those people runningout some kindness an executive session -

very minute. ly. Official opening of Men andjj the emcee names the runners-upf Do You Favor? Yes- Noa -. Unfortunately, the facts seem state?" i.e., closed to the public..

The Key Club and the Tri-Hi- Boys Health Club with business and then the "Queen." ( ) to be represented by reduc Another member of the minority They explained that some rou-

1 y held a joint meeting last Tues- We would like to welcome Mr. meeting in the Game Room at Will YOU be an eye-witness tions from individual tax .rates, bloc said: "I'm interestedin tine busin &' took place.

day night at the Recreation 'Cen John Hartmeyer to the facultyat 8:00: p.m.FRIDAY. to the crowning of the 1963 which, now range from 20 to 90 their higher academic pursuits. good government. This reporter obtained permis-'

ter. They had a panel discussion F.Ef.ILS. Mr. Hartmeyer comesto percent, and which would be Do You Favor? Yes- No- sion to attend the hearing
(one
"Miss Nassau County? The issue then at least'in the
us from Zanesville, Ohio, and FEBRUARY 8: 6. A restoration to ,
"art" of dat systematic
dating and the lowered to from 14 to 65
on range Senate Doctor said he had been a member -
somewhat removed
is presently teaching Social Stu. was
the States the Federal Government
ing. The meeting was very interesting Sub-Teen Club in the Game percent.Do by from the'real of the board eight years and

and very well-received.! dies. Mr. Robert Stover, the Room at 7:15: pm. Gale Force Winds You Favor? YesNo: of at least a portion of which faces rcapportionmentstruggle the Federal this was the first such request
former Social 'Studies teacher, the tax which it has ,
The Little Women are selling (b) to be represented by, reductions resources Courts. One (rom a newspaperman to attenda
has moved to the position of SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9: taken away earmarked for educational argument,
And in corporate tax rates which probably has some merit, board meeting.)
assistant principal.See Tides .
High from 52 to 47 percent. ',> purposes.Do I The attorney for the doctor
Teen Club in the Game Roomat You 'YesNo was that with a new bloc in
you next week! Do You YesN Favor? --
Favor
I II 7:30 ? *- whose license was under judge
p.m. further efforts to increase
Hear power, -
D. Health and Welfare
Miss Nassau County Beauty Rip North BeachThree (c) cuts to be coupled with Legislation popular representationwould ment requested! the hearing be''

The Pastor's 'StudyRev. I For 1963 Contest in the Auditorium at selected structural changes be- more likely be successful. in private* ps he wanted to exclude -
Signup : 1. To expand the fight against .
in 1964 such broad- who
8:00: p.m.MONDAY. days of gale force winds ginning as a This might be called a slight anyone does "not properly
mental illness and mental
re
ening of the tax. base, ending of have an interest in this
Ran Humphreys evasion of the truth that 18
constant rain and high tides tardation.Do per
I i FEBRUARY 11 H' .
Feed Grain : unfair or unnecessary Dreferen- case.:
Program I cent still is 10 cent short of
,have taken their toll of the north You Favor? Yes- No- per
8:30: A.M.\ ces, and removal or lessening of The doctors immediately went
I Children's Art Class in the Art area of the Atlantic beach here. certain'' 2. To broaden the scope and| Baker vs Carr, which broughtthe
hardships. under cloak of to decide -
'Til March 22 Room at 3:30 Faith Britton, authorization original Supreme Court suit. a secrecy
Thru the for
Monday Friday Open p.m. This area, long a trouble spot Do You Favor? YesNo- enlarge con- whether or not to make the'
Instr. I medical facilities in The not a new
struction of mugwump
in beach erosion
was severely 2. A permanent reduction of tax hearing private. This reporter
I Atlantic Avenue Playground, political phenomenom, is theoretically -
the Hill.Burton ActDo
damaged by the fall storm that ,
WPAP be worked
Farmers who grew corn, grain rates, to out by Congress left the hearing.A .
their supervised play, 3:30: 5:30: p.m., ripped the entire Atlantic Seaboard You Favor? YesNo- a bird which sits on the later this '
sorghum or barley on few minutes reporter
Hugh Sides, Supv. and the 3-day Northeaster 3. To authorize a*new programto fence with his mug on one side
1570 K.C. in 1960 effective his .
farms 1959 or may sign (a) provided an reduction was invited to surprise
Teen-age Ballet Class in the assist construction of medi- and his on the other.
up to participate in the 1963(; feed furnished the clinching blow. in expenditures ',below in wump back into the meeting by
Auditorium
at 3:30: p.m., Julanne These are agile. balancers who,
.. --- -. grain program Dewitt Conner, Owens, Instr.Preteen The asphalt street that lay this year's level'can. be accomplished cal schools.Do during that first day of the an attorney-"who was conductingthe
You Favor YesNo
chairman, Agricultural Stabilization between Fletcher and the beach exclusive of defense and ? hearing, later identified as
Ballet Class in the third special session in less than
: insurance for
and Conservation County has been demolishd and the space budgets. 4Health aged an assistant: State Attorney General
Auditorium at 4:30 p.m., Julanne be financed a year, managed to vote in favor I
L\HOTPOINT Committee, said today. The signup .* Owens, Instr. bro'ken up paving is now a part Do You Favor? Yes- .Nob persons to mainly of both sides, for both plans. !, Joe Nesbitt from Miami.

\ I period for the voluntary feed Adult Ballet Exercise Class in ( of the beach) in that area. Several ( ) regardless of budgetary. through with the benefits Social for Security those System not- They 'were: Sen. Dempsey Bar- After everybody had settled

grain program bas been set for the Auditorium at 8:00 Jul homes have been damagedby expenditures' back down, Nesbitt inquired of
: p.m., be ron of Panama City; Sen. Emory
covered Social
I February 1 through March 22. anne Owens, Instr. the erosion. Do You Favor? YesNo-- by Security to this reporter if he was a news
Cross of Gainesville; Sen. L. K.
il 1963 I The chairman listed the following Island Squares Club square City crews have been at work (c) by structural changes paid You from Favor appropriations.Do ? YesNo- Edwards of Irvine;' Sen. Elmer man. When Nesbitt got an affirmative .

principal features: of the dance in the Game Room at 7:30) | constantly hauling in coquina which will offset' tax cuts ( ) 'In view of the current Friday of Fort Myers; and Sen. reply he personally
a
1963( feed grain program: ((1)) that had previously been stock Do You Favor? YesNo- I Harry Stratton of Callahan. invited all newsmen to leave thq

Ref the program is voluntary; ((2)) it p.m.Jaycees in the Conference Roomat piled and a bulldozer has been (d)' only upon obtaining a bal move underway by members of room. It makes one wonder what
I ioerators the Florida Legislature to implement Some of these people are now
applies to corn, grain sorghum, 8:00 p.m.Aaults pushing it up against the beach anced Federal Budget.Do the Kerr-Mills Medical !I in the enviable position of having he would have said if he had

and barley, for which crops the and' Teens Ceramics edge to prevent further erosion. You Favor? YesNo- been confronted, instead of a
Care Program in the next session favored whichever side fin
base acreages are added togetherinto Class in the Ceramics Room at Pictures of the' damage will (e) a tax allowance: coveringcost newsman, by a plumber, another
IN STOCK. of the Legislature, would ally wins in the power struggle.
one "feed grain base" for 7:30 p.m., Martha Jean Puletti, appear in next week's issue. of maintaining a' child or attorney, or even a doctor.It .
this of Barron from the
the farm ((3)) participants Instr. children in an institution of ,higher you prefer type program finally toppled probably is better, however,
; program
Florida Public Utilities and if implemented. fence nearly when he
properly or sQl
must take at !' least 20 Historical Society in the Art learning, not to exceed $2,000per that the attorney pinpointed the
Bell Telephcne line crews worked Do You Favor? YesNo-- stuck with his guns in voting
I if dedu tion is The That is the
percent of the total base out of Room at 8:00: p.m. annum such sore spot. press.
almost continuously during 5. Creation of National Ser- against the constitutional amend.
I a
.
devote such not otherwise provided for by a way things get into print and
and acres
HARDEEBROS.ATLANTIC
production TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12: the storm as the winds that general tax revision bill. vice Corps (similar to the Peace ment, even though he voted in all kinds of people get to see
to conservation use; ((4)) a pro-
a reached 68 miles per hour wreaked Corps) to help by 'example to favor of a similar'measure by look cold and factual
exceedthe Do You Favor? Yes- them. They
AVENUE gram participant must not Playschool in the Game Roomat havoc in most areas of the is- '' strengthen the volunteer spiritin statute. In the end, he stayed
the and it sometimes difficult
f amendment In. is
feed base for other ( ) an to ,
grain any
9:30 a.m., Joan Bean, Instr. ,
the provision of social servicesto with the minority bloc.
ternal Revenue Code of 1954 to to disguise them from what they
farm in which he has an interest Brownie Troop 355 in the Game land.The

y -- -, I in the feed grain crops; ((5)) Room at 3:00 city public works department increase from $600 tQ $700 the local communities.Do Others have attempted to play really are.Although. '
p p.m. has also been hard pressedin You Favor YesNo- both sides but have for one rea. didn'trealize
diversion' payments will be made Tap Dance Class in the Audi- personal income tax exemptions. they probably

''to f participants for shifting acreage torium at 3:30: p.m., Julanne cleaning up operations. At of a taxpayer (including the exemption Transportation son or another fallen off the it, the doctors put one

:I from production into conservation Owens, Instr. I II many points on Fletcher: Avenue for a spouse, the exemption Increase by approximately one- fence. Mathews showed signs of more small nail in the coffin for

and in the beach recreation area, for a dependent, and the half billion dollars revenues to being an arbiter during the November 'freedom of the press.
; ((6)) price-support pay- Ballet Class ((9.11)) in the Auditorium : construction
sand from the beach states for highway session but voted
completely against -
for old
additional exemptions
ments ((18 cents a bushel for I at 4:30 p.m., Julanne I age
covered the pavement through the self-financed highway the bloc Tues
'torn, 14 cents for barley, and 16 I Owens, Instr. and blindness, provided such: de- majority IN OUR COMMUNITY the

cents for grain sorghum) will be Atlantic Avenue Playground, I II Gale warnings have kept all!! uctions are 'not otherwise' provided trust fund. day. Pope hesitated on the fence tuberculosis: association plans for

made to program participants on I supervised play, 3:30: 5:30 p.m., boats in port.Pinney \ ,( for bt'a general tax re- Do You Favor? YesNo- before showing his trump card I better health for \ you and yp.ur
F. Urban
the normal production, of their Hugh Sides, Supv. II vision bill). ,, ; 1. Federal Development aid to help- urban during the final session. family.. '
< --
1963 feed grain acreage, no matter i Ceramics Class ((10 and 11)) in Do You Favor? Yes- NoB. -
in the solution of their
AntesA 'J areas
what use is made of the the Ceramics Room at 3:30: p.m., I Agricultural Legislation !
transportation problems.Do
Martha Jean Puletti 1. A reduction of our excess
11 Instr.
grains ((7)) regular pricesupportloans
; ,
d
Read You YesNo ,
the Carrier bookleton Favor? -
and purchase agreementson Azalea Garden Club in the I dispatch from Moscow reports stocks and grains td ,reduce i :,f".t" -
2. Establishment of a Department I ; .
residential air conditioning the three feed grains will be Conference Room at 3:00: p.m. I I a young Russian woman storage costs. of Urban Affairs and Housing Now. .

I in the March available only to participantsand Barbershop Quartet in the Conference can read a newspaper blindfolded Do You Favor? YesNo- at Cabinet levelDo I

t issue of Reader's Digest. they will be available on the Room at 8:00 p.m. II by running her fingers over i 2. A continuation of the' food You Favor? YesNo- ,

ntire 1963 production of 'tb.e) the pages. I i stamp program. ..'
WEDNESDAY G. Veterans Affairs
FEBRUARY 13 -
: : No- .
You Favor? Yes
Do
three feed grains. In one way that ain't so re- increased benefits '
Providing ,
:
3. A broad land-use} adjust- FASTER SERVICE AND
Girl Scout Troop 108 in the markable. Blindfolded is as goodas such as cost of living increases,

A fire tower operated by the Game Room at 3:00: p.m. any way to read Russian news- : ment program and implementation for the children and dependent i

Florida Forest Service in good Atlantic Avenue Playground, papers. It's the fingers feat that of an, enlarged loan programof parents of veterans who died as '

visibility can cover approximately supervised play, 3:30: 5:30 p.m., is outstanding. the Farmers Home Administration !a result of military service.Do REASONABLE PRICES
19G2.
authorized in .
Hugh Sides as "
Supv.
150,000 acres nearly 200 There may be many more You Favor? YesNo-
square miles. Ceramics Class ((12 and 13)) in Russians that can read a newspaper Do You Favor? YesNo- II. FOREIGN AFFAIRSA.
L. B. Reese Plumbing 4. An effort to increase the : I
the Ceramics
t Room at 3:30: p.m., the way she does. But not Foreign Aid for
Martha Jean Puletti Instr. role of private financing in the .
,
& Co. one New Yorker has done it .
Heating The Florida forest industry recently 1. A continuation of foreignaid ,
rural
Adult Ceramics Class in the housing program.
includes nine pulpmills, 171 saw- anyway. and military assistance to
1101 S. 8th Ph. 261-4892 Ceramics Room at 7:30: p.m., Martha The other day the Moscow gal Do You Favor? YesNo- the security of the free
.. mills, 21 veneer and crate plants, Jean Puletti, Instr. C. Education Legislation promote /JJeaulijltllg B1(7red .
and 21 wood treating plants. began to giggle while fingeringher educational world,' with appropriations of ,. :}
St. Michael's Guild in the Conference 1. To provide opportunity ,
copy of Pravda. Since Russian $3,750 million ($100 million less -
Room at 8:00 p.m. rags don't print comics official from grade school than the current ). i.
Teen Club Committee in the through graduate school for year ,
l "
observers m6
were puzzled. YesNo OJletldiJlfhwlt
I Do You Favor? (
Office at 7:30 child or individual to the -
p.m.TIIUnSDA every
One official moved her handto 2. Emphasis on and imple- .. ,
.
flhe Jlla1l0i fullest extent of his capacity: IJ'
Y, FEBRUARY 14: ( see what was so funny. She mentation of Alliance for Progress
(a) at Federal expense.
.
was fingering a statement by Program, with appropriations '
layschool in the Game Roomat Dean Rusk the Cuban Do You Favor? YesNo- aliaiJilI0elICe1J
on situa t of $1 billion for these coun ,
9:30 a.m., Joan Bean, Instr. (b) at State and local expense.
In A Magnificent Mountain tion.Another I.c I.tries.
Setting YesNo-
Do You Favor?
I Adult Ceramics Class in the trick of the Soviet Do, You Favor YesNo-

\ Ceramics Room at !9:30) a.m., MarI I dame is distinguishing colors ( ) by a combination of both 3. An expansion of the Peace tJ

tha Jean Puletti, Instr. Federal and State supportDo
with her toes. Her accuracy is Corps with increased appropriations -

Home Demonstration Club in amazing. She described a copy You Favor? YesNo-' from $47 to $80 million
All And
I the Conference Room at 10:00 of Khruschev speech as more 2. To provide for a continuation during the next fiscal year. Styles Types Of Engraving
of Federal subsidies for
'I'
a.m. beautiful than
a rainbow. Do You Favor? YesNo-
Ballet Class ((3 and 4)) in the Then in a real test she gave schools: in federally impactedareas. IlL NATIONAL DEFENSEA. ,

Auditorium at 10:00 ajn., Julanne Bobby Kennedy's invasion state- National Aeronautics and WE ALSO HANDLE A FINE" LINE-OF
Do You Favor? YesNo-
Owens Instr. '
ment a good toosie scanning. It' Spice Administration -
BaHet Class ((6 yrs.) in the said she 3. Federal aid for construction ENGRAVED '
was, a poor job of A $2 billion increase to maintain -

Auditorium at 2:30 p.m., Julanne whitewashing.You purposes -. schedule and supremacy
space
Owens, Instr. are probably not reading (a) loans only. in the space race. LETTERHEADS BUSINESS CARDS

Ballet Class (5 and 6)) in the t this with your.fingers while Do You Favor? Yes-r: No- Do You Favor? YesNo
ENVELOPES
SOCIAL STATIONERY
Auditorium at 3:30 pjn.'Julanne I blindfolded. But that's the best (b) loans and grants ll. Military Budget ,

Owens, Instr. way to read this part of the'' Do You Favor? YesNo- A $51 million budget to mam- .

Ballet Class: (7.9)) in the Audi. paper. (c) public schools only. tain superior global nuclear ,

Old World Charm-wonderful food Bridal torium at 4:30 p.m., Julanne Do You Favor? YesNo- forces, and modernization and See Samples At

..,n. ...,..... ......... .. -. gorgeous.. Owens, Instr.Atlantic Forests occupy 21,015,800 Florida (d) public and privately sup- expansion of smaller fighting

Suite, dancing, bridge, bingo, movies, shuffleboard? Avenue Playground, i acres 60.5 per cent of the i ported schools. :units for use in non.nuclear attacks -

supervised play, 3:30 5:30 pan. total land of the Do You Favor YesNO- ; and disturbances.Do .
area SunsaineState .
Olympic size pool, art lesons. and rock hunting -near Hugh Sides Supv. 4. A continuation of the National You Favor! Yes- Not ]rcrnan ina]}Cadl.Ne si'ca cr

->%., & +.t *-..**. uit Senior Citizens Club in the" Defense Education Act for ;
C t The United Nations -
golf courses antique and craft shops Butmore -
Conference Room at 7:00 p.m. the training of a national reservoir Continuing U. S. support for

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*: Estate Mountain trails- drives -pleasing rates. and billion of competent scientists 1 the United Nations and strength PHONES 261-3686 2 l-3681
One one-half educational
pine of
through a system
ening its role for the service of
I
seedlings have been planted in ue i scholarships.

: Write Harry; Tracy, The Innkeeper Florida since 192 I Do You Favor? Yes- No- world peace. YesNo

j&i' WANT 5. A national merit scholarship Do You Favor 4.? We Represent One of the Largest and Best

I : The Manor on Charlotte Street in Asheville, Florida is a leading state in designed to 'aid and

I ...__ commercial tree-farm acreage, improve program pre-college education NAME* AND ADDRESS ((11 you Engraving Firms ,In The United ,States
North Caro1ina'I
with 6,000,000 acres under cer j generally by recognizing and 10 desire: .

tiJed"tree'' turn management, our'iinr superior students in;. ,, <0.:.,."C.. _. ,......... "L' .-->:. --2

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..-:=:_' --- '.___ ? News-Leaderernaa'Beach._ Florida-Thursday,. Felruary 7,1963 Page Seven
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CifrBowling \\qtYJ! f r'ettesfly oca1riast'- ) Gunrd'AuxiliwyFishing li I Guh'Accldents .:;


League IiEK SHIRLEY OF FEB.JACKSON 5 oi $ iO: Ifshore) 'Club l I Ii I Result' in 259 ,:

b BY H, B. ELLIS [ *
JR. -
WEEK OF 1-30 I Team Total a' i The U. S. ,Coast Guard Auxil- I expected to be of immeasurable CasualtiesfTALLAHASSEE 62
W L .
Pins iary 'of Fernandina Beach is in the I ..
Total I j : help organizing of the
1. TCadden Lanes 57 23 40172 .... i,4
sponsoring the organization of local Gun "aeci-
Team Standings W L' PinsOrville's : i I' group. .
55 17 51149 I 2.Setzers Hardee 43 37 40345 : I I f 1 an .of(-shore fishing! cldb here. The need for such a club has 'dents resulted in 359 casualties
3. Bros. 36 44
39351 '
An organizational faceting has in Florida during 1962 ,of vrhich
Hadden I been
Laires 45H 26H 52328 i ; long felt locally since Per- I
t 4. peae'h. Lounge 36 44 39330 : I Ibeen.set 73 of the
accidents ip4h-ed
:/6r Vbj,19 at 8 in
Sandbar 38 k 33!i 50C87 pm. nandina Beach 'is nearer the bet- ,
The Unknowns 28 44 49675 5. Baileys 34' 46 '39303 y ZY. : c : the :Ternandina. Beach J Municipal ter fishing grounds than other hunters according to the official
6. Waas Drugs 34 46 39J27 Anditoritfm.'fteceivW. i Firearms '
Casualty
Beach Bar 2G : 46 4882| dubs to 'the 's uth. Report fttn-
High Team Single Game i t special invitations I piled by the Florida Game and
i Becker's D. 23 49 48501
The Coast Guard
Auxiliary
i, High Team, 3-Games Scratch j A" I to altenS the initial meeting will Fresh Water Fish Commisslon.p .
feels that with the
assistance of
be members :of the Jacksonville :
Becker's Drugs 2823 fladden Lanes 609, ; There were 55 fatal gun accidents l.
Sandbar 2820 Seders 580 \ : Offshore I ) Fishing 'C ub: and the other boating organizations, they j of which 19 involved

Hadden Lanes 2748 1 Bard ee Bros. 519'.Hig'hjnd. tf ypqtnglers/ ,Club. The ex. !will 1 be able to organize the club I era.;
High, Ind. 3-Games ; I II I I perience of [these two (!groups i is ''before.the fishing season begins. fatalities were youths under 18
.,! ., ingle I I IttU' II
r
I of Seven hunters died
J. Drury ((525 \ rears age.
B, rider; '612 Scratch from .22 caliber rifle wounds and
D, Roberts 603 Eleanor Flint 209 w 4 l..w flf: e gue i Stock Event I II ISet'forSunday I four from .410 gauge shotguite
Williamson "
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High Team Game Ruth 192 I Four hunters were killed while
Sandbar -. 9/75 Shirley Jackson 192 t x ; BY 'CURT GQRPON < I rabbit hunting, three bunt&g
:
Beach Bar 356Becker's High Team Three l animals other than game, oae
Drugs 95G 1 r KAC and the Southern States while hunting deer, three while
Scratch I I
High, Ind. GameJ. 1 ,|!team of the Women's 'City Basketball At jj Drag Strip turkey hunting and eight hunt
Drury 2CO Hadden Lanes 1691 League met in: the final i ing small game animals.
tzers'
S. Bohannon 223 S 1626 i game of the season last Thursday -I The Game and Fresh Water
D Roberts 222 Baileys' 1470 1(I night ,in the Junior High What is hilled as "the largest Fish Commission sets as clearing
High Scratch Bowlers. : l High Ind, Three P'i.-: '" ,". .',., ,'Gym. KXG remained undefeated |i stock eveht, ever staged at the I house for firearm adftty

D, Roberts 204549S. Scratch r # for the second season in a row I II Buccaneer Drag Strip" is set for instructors Lack of training( in

Bohannon 213,-540 Eleanor, Flint 541 ::1 by downing; '"the tough Southern Sunday at the municipal airport. firearms safety is the catfj of

J. Drury 231-538 Patsy Cottle 506 A "SECRET' WAY TO TRAVEL John H., Perry, .Jr., of West Palm Beach: Fla. I'Stated "team, 5740.> Eloise, ,Min- Over $GOO will be awarded to I many accidents every year.; The

R Qnder 163-516, Ruth Williamson 485 : designer of' the Perry Cubmarine, was the, centerjof interest! for New Yorkers he .ton led KAC, to victory by rack winners with $200 going to 'the I Commission is eneouragitof "all

J, Beckett 150515Rifle Ruth Williamson picked up a traveled' .along! the streets on his war ':to Studio,52 ,and an, appearance_ on '.'I'qot ing up 35 points Tauhce Smith, victor jn 'the Stock Eliminator; parents to require their ehildffti
f laying Vifh a bad ankle, scored to have firearms training before
4-7-9-10 split. a Secret" Monday, Jan. 28 ((8:00-8:30.EM: : I, ES-T ) ..on. the CBS Television Network. event.
17 "points while Audrey Mullis giving them access to guns.
Pistol Club Velma Hodge a 5.10 split Ierry'I arrived at the 'studio in 'a submarine' stumped t h''p. -el. rounded out the KAC scoring Other prizes' are $100 each in
.Perry is owner of the News-Leader. the SS/S and the SS/SA classes,
To Meet FridayThere Shirley' Jackson a 7-6-10 split. with 5 points. : ".
$75 in the SS/A class and $50 ..
62 Ford from Atlanta, Ga
will be of the
a meeting Nanilou 'Smith former Yulee
1 I for 'the S/S. Cash will I also be
II The feature
1I' trophies,
Fernandina Beach Rifle and Pistol In 1962, advertisers have again I High basketball star, topped the races
awarded in other
Blue Wave races.
Club, Friday, February 8th spent more money in newspapers i Wins Flashes:in'scoring with 22 points cloeksand 6,000 feet.of asphaltTime
at 8:00: p.m. in the Conference than in any other medium,i while Merrylene Nelson scored .Advance publicity says that trials are at 10:00: a.m.
Room at the Recreation Center. and the newspaper remains overwhelmingly ': 'Sp or4fs Slants 524.9 As Pirate 13',and' Rhonda Guest 5. the fastest S/S's: in the South I and Elimination H at 14)0) pjn.
Members! and interested parties dominant as a local / : The Flashes took the lead in will be on hand with Don Nichol'son's A huge crowd is expected to
"
409" and Phil : .
Bonner's attend the event.WA'NT'
are urged to attend. advertising medium. I the and, held the to
game score
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Rally Falls Short : . .
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BY CURT GORDONYou 13-11 at the end of the first -
I
quarter.. The KAC defense 'wentto

I know if our Pirate basket- Pirates will play Starke here The Fernandina Beach Pirates work in, the second quarter tohold [ !
I Han Theatre ball team could do everythingjust Friday night "and will entertain !put on a spirited fourth-quarter the, Flashes to 4 points
comeback in an effort to while scored 11 and: took "
right for one entire ball Callahan here next Monday night. overcome they "
,:
ANY GUNS EXCEPT JAP
game, theyV uld tear some They will) be the final games at the P. K. Yonge ,Blue Wave the lead at the end of the first" RIFLES

Phone.61-1519: D. W. Roberts, Mgr. 'team completely up. Last Friday home before playing at Yulee ,last :Friday night but the rally half, 2247.. I Cash Trade For Other -
night they threw the ball and Santa fell short and the visitors won The teams, battled 'Pay or
away Fe, tQ complete the two on
Saturday & Sunday Matinees At 2:30One.. ShowFriday
at crucial times and missed crip basketball season. the ball"game, 52-49. The victory close terms for the first half of Sporting ,Goods ;r
shots, then turned right around fa ft was the twenty first of the the 'next period, but at the end!' 1

Saturday and tied the score, after trailing Johnny Morris, for season for the Blue WaVe, with of the, quarter KAC had scored Will Buy Single Pieces or Whole
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14 points. They ,finally lost fy the: University Florida basketball only three losses, while the Pi 21 'points while the Flashes I CollectionsWANT .

'-'Man Is An. :Island"WITH 3 points to P. K. Yonge, but team, was in the stands last- 'rates have a record of six wins scored '13. The final eight minutes I
,, against 11 losses. MUZZLE-LOADERS MUSKETS RIFLES
proved they can play basketball.It Friday night to see the Pirate. was close as 'KAC scored 14 ,
JEFFREY HUNTERIN seems to be the case of not P, K. Yonge game and we asked II P. K. Yonge scored first in points and the Flashes 'came PISTOLS, AUTOMATICS DERRINGERS MILITARY
COLOR jelling at the right time. Johnny \vhy he wasn't with the 'the game and held a 5-0 lead before through with 10. :The final scores i WEAPONS, SINGLE SHOT RIFLES, QIA1y''ORbS

ALSO ifft team on the trip to West Virginia 'Fernandina scored it's initial to6d '57-40 in 'favor of KAC. SABRES, BAYONETS, KNIVES.POWDER .
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The season is swiftly comingto Kentucky and Tennessee goal and the score stood 5-2. Thelma Howard, June Perry, HORNS, POWDER FLASKS, BULLET

"6 Black ;Horses" a close and the Pirates will) tie said he just could not affordto I The Wave scored six more points Annette Perry, Deasy Mattox {MOLDS, OLD HOLSTERS, OLD LEATHER MILITARY '
be Involved in tournament play. miss that much school and I. during the final four minutes 'and Ann, Hewes turned 'in steller I' OR SHOOTERS EQUIPMENT, OLD UNIFORMS .: :' :

AUDIS MURPHY ,DAN ,DURYEA The first one will 'be the Keystone had to stick with his books. He I. while Fernandina' scored four andP. jobs again ,on defense for theKAC AND BROKEN 'GUNS FOR PARTS. ....
IN COLOR Conference Tournament to said he plans to go with them on K. Yonge'led at the end of the while Virginia Brewer; I

'0 be)held at Live Oak 'next weekend the trip to Alabama on the com I first quarter, 116. Edith' Evans, Susan French' and WRITE OR PHONE ..
and 'on the 't\v rify-sixth of ing weekend. After learning the The visitors continued-to be in Elsie Brown did fine defensive "

Sunday Monday- .. ,,February, Fernandina_ .. will flay 114-67 drubbing the Gators took command of the, game, during ,the 'work for the Flashes. "JJfA'VID: I :STUNS PHONE
Palatka in the, District Tournament 'af 'he flan S 'of "West Virginia, second period of play and helda 26L3200 (Days) '

Walt Disney's "Moon Pjlot"IN to be held at Starke. Johnny said ,he was glad he stayed 19-12 lead with six minutes S Box 346 261.5978
home. remaining in: the second quarter. K'A"CBowling.Leqgue I
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TECfIti1C0tARFERNANDINA: : To keep youfans posted on J ,' ;' ".Vi. -, After the 'halfway point of the I Fernandma- Beach, FJa. (EveningsVeekepds)

__ .. I It' the remaining schedule L the The Pirate B team will be in front quarter,. P, ,K. 'Yonge was outscored out in .1.1BY. r : -- ..i;
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tourney.: They will play the win Tour minutes of the second ,quarterfio H. B. ELLIS, :lit[

ner of the Green Jove-P.. K.I t hold a 27.19 halftime lead. WEEK OF 1.31
Yonge game at eight-thirty. We I{i P. K. Yonge continued to )increase
BEAQ I TIDES think the young Pirates have a''l their .J lead _over ,the Pirates Total :
good chance of winning the titleas Ii t and. held a 44.311ead .in the Team Standings W L PinsBombeis 8

Coach Wayne Benner uses a !third' quarter.. 45 27 45590 :
COURTESY OF THESE MERCHANTS AND Bt USINESS MEN platoon system with his team. I The Pirates started playing Mixers '38 34 '' 44775 I' 5'

.& ft $ ft : ball after a 49-38 lead by the Murray's Store 34 38 45045 .

---- ... Charles Corbett 'has taken l. Blue Wave and quickly scored <6< I I Pa er Mill 30 42 42002 ,, } 1
over the lead in ,the scoring race points before the visitors could I. High Team, 3-Games
JGeores for the Pirates, with 229 points. hit the basket. The score was cut Bombers 3014 '
Henry J... a.n"on Ronnie Sapp has 212, Steve Thomas to 49-'44 at the halfway point "of Paper .Mill 2927

Machine SuburbqnShore' 123, John Crisp 117, and thy final eight minutes of play. Mixers 2719 I II
CONTRACTOR :Shop Ralph Bennett 77. Alan Cover With three minutes to go, the High, Ind. 3-Games I

'27 N. 2nd .St. continues to lead the B team Pirates had pulled within a ,49- B. Pilkinton 709 II I 1
Gas Co. with 148 points while Richard| 48,; score, but a field goal l and a J. Drury '682
MODERNIZING .MachinejWprkMarine: Schomas has 130 and Benny Al free toss by Gainesville spelled H. Wilson 654 !

BUILDING REMODELING W e J4i"g, B .rgxll'g SERVING ALL ,I varez 113.Speaking. defeat for the Pirates. High, Team Game
''I ft ft ft Charles Corbett led the Pirates Bombers 1033 I

Repairs YOUR FEEDS IN of basketball, the I with 13 points and had 5 I II Murray's Store > 986 ",. '.

125 South 2nd Street, Special Service To LP GAS AND local 'Seahorses entry in the I rebounds to his credit, while Paper Mill 981 ,I "

Shrimp. Brawlers f Metropolitan League in Jacksonville Steve Thomas came through 1 High Ind., GameB. "
Phone61.500'Complete All Work 'Guaranteed .=; GAS APPLIANCES \wi
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Is doing an outstanding job. I with 12 points and brought Pilkinton 254
Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Seahorses have won five 8 rebounds. Ralph Bennett scored J. Drury 246 I

Monday Thru Saturday 7'South: 7th St. i straight games from their Jack- 11 points and cleared the 'IB. Tucker 236 S
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Phone Day 261-3711 sonville opponents. boards 4 times while} Ronnie High Scratch Bowlers a I r ;: ,# % i ,i

Night 261.5338TIDES Phone 261-3661 -:. Sapp scored 5 points and brought I J. Drury '217-595 f l
Coach,Wayne Benner informsus down 11 rebounds ,Steve Beckett 'B. Pijkinton 215592H.
that Spring football practice scored 4 points and John Crisp Wilson" 212585S.
Line of will begin Tuesday. He' indicated 1 scored 4,'to round out the Pirate : .' Bohannon 199-549 r '

Mercury PartsRORU1f there will be more than 50 boys game. -'B.! Joyce ,195.;530

T. H. KING I reporting for practice on Tues Dempsey Springfield toppedthe R. Hadden 201-521 :Get the jump on Jack Frost with
.. which, will be the B. ;,192-521
at JETTIESAdd ..- ;, I'day 'he thinks 1 P. K. Yonge boys with 21 Tucker
IZOaTSGATOR "" largest turnout in the historyof points while Mike Hoskins scored "F. Bowen\ :182-. 513Charles

TRAILERS !O-Minutes For PHOTO SHOP -'' Fernandina. His main concern 10 for the winners.

Fernandina Harbor I is getting enough equipment to The B game was also excitingas f I'Piratq'Scoring!
LASSERREM070R, Roll 'Processing outfit the prospects. It appearsto the P. K. Yonge DOS bested E STANDARD
CO. HIGH LOW be shaping up for another good the Fernandina B team, 40-36. Corbett '229

i Developing '&. Printing ... football season in 1963. Fernandina took an early 9-6 Ronnie Sapp ;212
s. 8th St. Ph. :261-3819. Saturday, Feb. 9 first quarter lead, but 'could Steve _Thomas ..1.
8:53 Kodak Film In checking with Mrs Robert score only 3 points in the second John CriSp ..117.. BURNER OIL
: 2:45
ajn. 'a.m. Skipper about fishing news this quarter while the visitors scored Ralph' Bennett :J1
9:18: pjn.: 3:15: pjn. week, she said she "hasn't seen a I 40
Photo Supplies 9, and the Pirates trailed at halftime f- Donnie Brazen
Going !Fishing? Sunday, .Feb lO fisherman or any fish the entire I by a score of 1512. Steve ,Beckett 35 "
.- tt t MovieColored'Regular t week because of the bad weather The Blue Wave increased their, Joe ThriftRichard .X31:
almost/ like Summer1'Don't
Visit Us For 9:31 ajru. 3:27: a.m. Weddingsa'' Before the bad weather took lead to 29-20 at the end of the Sapp 8 Warms
Complete Line Of 9:54: p.m. 3:54: p.rtf., over there were some catches of third quarter. Fernandina rallied Ted Steger 6 "

Fishing Tackle Monday Feb 11 Portraits by Appointment Only I sheepshead and she hopes fishing to outscore the Gainesville, JamesRylantTJ ; ,oj-, let the first real cold-snap catch you
Rods t Reels V will return to normal at the boys 16.11 in the last period but ..TEAM. .4-
1005(); a in. 4:08 a.m. Studios At 50iiASh'St.Phone 'jNassauville camp as soon as the the final score stood 40-36. Alan Cover > 1130' with your fuel tank empty. Be ready for

Outdoor Camping 10:30: p.m. 4:31: p.m. II weather, clears. Richard Schomas topped Fer: Richard Schomas cold weather, whenever it comes, by letting
EquipmentFIRESTONE '* nandina with 11 points ;while Benny Alyare'z 1J 18
Tuesday, Feb. 12 261;4586 Potts Fish Camp1 on ,Lot ton Benny Alvarez and Alan Cover Jerry Beard 76 us fill your storage now with clean-burriing" ._.

I J9:40 a.m. 4:48 Creek reported good catches of scored 7 points apiece. Richard Barry'Rice 448Richard heat-packed STANDARD BURNER Om
BEACH SUPPLY 11:06 a.m. bream before the bad weather. Nobles scored 6; John Harrison Nobles .'41. ,
p.m. 5:09. p.nt, .. '\ set lit ,and.Herb Potts is also anxiously 4 and Beryl Rice 1, to account Randy, Price $9 'The combination of STANDARD BURNER

112 Atlantic ATC 26M4S2ShoerForMen Wednesday, Feb. 13 I awaiting good weather. for the Fernandina scoring. Beryl Rice 30Riehafd ::OIL and deliveries "
dependable
Herb is handling the E-Z Craft I John Harrison, was a demon Williams 29 ., our prompt,
Floor .
11:16 a.m. 5:29: a.m. Sanding I Aluminum boats which are unsinkable -{i iI on clearing the backboards_ for, Jack Barniak f 20 will ,put an end to your heating worries.
11:44: p.m. 5:47: p.m. I and he invites you fish. the Pirates as he hauled down Mike like 20
,. Call us now for your fuel-oil requirements .
Thursday "Feb. 14 Refinishing i ",ensen to stop by to see them as 13 rebounds for the Pirates. John Harrison -.12 r
well as trying your luck fishing. Charles Burns 4

\REPAIRS \VHILB Jlp: Jl.in.. 6:13: a.m.- floor Tile ft ft ft i "Confidence is that quality Hank Bailey 2

-:-:- 6:32: p m:. The KAC women's basketball which permits an individual to do I Mike Conner 1
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IT. Waxing" teams eap'tufed) the City Bas crossword puzzles with the aid ,c:f -
II"V Friday, Feb. 15 ." ketball League title for the second a fountain pen." =- J, "W, Richards
12:25 year in a row and have gone Pageland (S. C.) Journal Wopple po Read' :Even' H. .
: a.m. 7K:() ) a.m. PwI I. ; 1 STANDARD
Shoe Hospital l lt 2:3S.'p.m.. 7:12 p.m. ;; HiitsiH through the two seasons und* The Smallest Ads H. F. STONE JR.JtgeA"Our )
schedulewas
feated. The
seven-game "Progress inv9lves some ,JUYOU'tn't I'h-e ''N' Lade OIL /i ,
Tide Courtesy Phone 261-4609 completed last Thursday steal first and
t stay 01second.
9 North, 4th Street Gout Jk: Geodetic 'Survey Business Is Serving You"-:
when defeated South You Are
night KAC Harold ;; Bla chkArcadia .
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Pare Eight News-Leader, Fernandina Beach Florida Thursday. February 7, 1963 >i !


Hurtubise Woodward I Is HostIn FLORIDA LT SCRAPBOOK .:-
I To Vie
Aston Martin .
New Quality :: Sports Afield:; I

For Pole Spot In Dealer ProgramWoodward f dOW Again SeekingSebring .
7HS 6ILLS OF THE FISH fi5EIIAr. BY TED RESTING

Motor Co. was hostto ,, 5EPAIITE DISSOLVED P

"Daytona 500"DAYTONA a group of local customersat r. .," OXYGEN FROM WE Mm .Honors Although boat models for brushed on or molded in, have

I a luncheon at Seaside Inn 1 0 SOME SPECIES OF FISH .''iJ 1963 will set a new high for undergone more changes in the

BEACH, FLA. last Thursday.The CAN LIVE ON LESS OXytilll 4 ; Sebring ''Florida Aston- trim beauty on the water, styling past few years than in the pre-
changes are now being emphasized vious
The battle for the pole positions event was the first in a a 3Q.
I
THAN OTHEKS 9 FISH f 1 Martin one of the top names in less 'An occasional
II in the "Daytona 500", always a series that will be conducted by WOULD SUFFOCATE IN t 1 j the history of British" racing manufacturer has of l The great variety in boats

bKstering duel, will be even hotter Woodward in a Duality Dealer BOILED OK. VISTILLEP cars heads---spectacular list model a program shows no slackening. For 1963,
no yearly changes, while
: fh'is year with the addition program WATER 0Tf1ERElSMO.PE s: f I,a ,- I ,i of entries iHffbe. internationally many others do not stress annual manufacturers are building cab-
-of Jiav Hurtubise to the field. Chuck Diebel, district managerfor S &tfR
.' DISSOLVED OXYGEN IN famous 12 ENDURANCERACE changes. There are some in cruisers, houseboats, sedans,
I The 30-year-old Clifornianj i the Chevrolet Motor Division here at March utilities
COLD WATER THAN IffLONEK50XY&N ; : Sebring changes easily appreciated on runabouts, platform-
.who -.qualified for the I960(; In- of General Motors, was presentat WA.M W ATE R I Po/.lllTlOJ/ A S It Ids" 23rd, 1963 taking for their the showroom floor; these are pontoon craft, auto-tops, din-

)dian$$lis 500 with a speed of the meeting to hear sugges- : 7HS FISH 6ULPSWATER. choice of world, champion road chiefly new utilities and arrangements ghies, rowing skiffs, canoes, kay

149.056 MPH, has been signed I. tions and criticisms. He said that COHTEWOF : S INTO 7NE racing drivers at their disposal, aboard, such as the aks, collapsible boats and duck
:bYu.veteran Lee Petty to drive I constructive suggestions often r WATER. AND FORMS Bruce McCarenj New Zealandace walk-through front deck hatch boats ranging from 7 feet to 70,
!onjTef the three 19G3 Plymouths helped promote better service to GASES NNICIIll DUTII AND T/IEUTNE ?
FISII
picked itf Jtfce F.I.A. (world designed by 'one manufacturer, from simple flat bottoms to
'he-has entered. Petty's No. 1 customers. &LLS HtVCtf ABSOK&OM6&I governing 4>9dyuoj auto racing) that offers a different way into twin-hull catamaran styles. Andthat's
|and No. 2 will be handled Jack Woodward was host at AND EXPEL 'tJiJ-\op'
cars s/Ll coVE1 as one of eight en drivers the cabin or forward cockpit, not mentioning sailing
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.by Peity's son, Richard and Jim the. luncheon. oPEeCVLUM) CAR&QN i DIOMDS on tKejroaJ'racing circuitsof and the sunken, forward fishing craft either. For all styles,
:Paschal, both top-ranking NAS; the nor a'McLaren deck of another. there'll be building plans and
.Grand National Scale models of Florida beaches REMOVED TO !
CAR pilots. 17n ? golYG/U A.cCIlu5 's ("ct!driver, if thereIs kits too.
J help University of Florida en- SUM GILLS h :: % The chief changes for 1963
Iiurtubis will have to travel
e to be one, tar this years' reg-I
ci'Y
of are mostly where you can't see
determine the causes I
gineers
much faster to gain a pole spot ulations do not require a relief them structural changes for Of 2,058,749 cords pulpwood
in:""t1i'the "Daytona 500" than he I erosion which causes Florida to I : in Florida in one
driver) has as yet, not been strength design changes production
lose more than 300 acres of its GILl.SAHSOFT\ greater ;
did in qualifying at Indianapolis. NEr named. year, 95 per cent was pine. Re-
each rr for smoother operation; a
most valuable real estate !. FUMY FILAMENTS
The poles for last year's "Day- s. John Surtees, England,. one mainder was hardwood.
WORKOF S metal in
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new alloy a motpr; an
UFQeTED dYTNi E
year. ,
|rtori'L 5'00" were won by Glenn t 1 time international motorcycle the
GILL altered curve in underriding
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Fireball( )' Roberts with a speedof Gltl AKHES s driving champ and now also one surface of boat. ,
Y i QAKERS a
: 158.744, and Dare Dieringer Ireland of ; M4NYD1w8looPPRE'VENT' of the top 18 drivers of the Dozier b Gay
Dan Innes ;
Gurney, these
7//E Just how vital are out-
VESSELS GIVE |
with 155.925.S \
world will be with the Ferrari
r Scotland, Fred Lorenzen, Paul I ., of-sight changes is the question!'
GILLS PROM 8EiNG OnekoieWhite
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1 : na expects the pole to be Goldsmith and Parnelli Jones. ,, 1 factory team entry with their that Willard Crandall, Boats ,;
won this year at a speed under driver who licks these, Ch066EDBYDEBRISINrfl Mf4 RED COLOK.FLORIDA effort to again take back to
Any Editor, Sports Afield Magazine,
:JlGO MPH, any many authorities and the many other topflightmen CAMS AND F&SH WATER FISH COMMISSOI /% Modena, Italy the coveted Alita- asks. If nothing else, he says, i); Enamel
.betfeve that a speed of 162 or lia Airlines Trophy.
who will be hand with
on I the number of them is imp res- I
1. '1 ev rr1 Higher will be required. the latest Detroit iron, deserve United States road racing fans sive. But some consideration of

Hntubise will make his effort the pole spot. has produced the Pontiac win- will see Bob Holburt of War. modern boat manufacture will $5.50 Gal.

4 |for a pole spot on Sunday, Feb Also scheduled for Sunday, Racing I Talent ners of the past two Daytona 500 Soil Conservation rington, Pennsylvania in a Por perhaps create a picture of the /

: .10, when 25-mile races will bet Feb. 10, is a 25-mile race to de- events. Yunick is yet to name a sche. Holburt is rated by inter- importance of the hidden changes -: E-Z PIC

fruI-- 8r that henor. Lined upasainst termine the pole spots for the Begins driver, but has indicated he'll BY HElD POWELL, SCSA national automotive magazinesas in hulls. I
ArrivingFor
: be of the of the Jive best drivers of
him will one
many "Daytona Continental" for grand come up with a relatively unknown At one time, plastic boats : 14TII & BEECH
fastest drivers of America and soil and woodland correlation the world. Bruce Jennings of I
and the 25-mile pilot. asI
I touring cars, sometimes described
J Europe, including three Indian Race For Champions, which will 'Daytona 500'DAYTONA The first competition for the study is being made this :Towson, Maryland, another top were having an oatmeal-like surface.

: 'apolis champions Rodger I pit the 14 winners of the 1962 American passenger cars is week in Nassau County by i United States Porsche driver The methods of fabricating
:Ward, A. J. Hoyt and Troy Rutt- Frank Hill Farm Forester Flor- will also be on hand in a Por
,
: NASCAR Grand National races BEACH, FLA. scheduled this weekend. Two 25- I fiber-glass plastic boats and the
man. against one another. Several new developments were mile qualifying races and a 25- ida Forest Service and T. B.I sche factory entry. material l in them, as well as pf

tI r ) Others who will be on ,the For pure, stand-on-it speed, shaping up in gasoline alley as mile "race. of champions" will be Houston, Soil Scientist. Soil Conservation I I i Even with sales advance running ticket far above reservation forming and curing the hulls, I' I
I'
r, "ling for these flat-out: runs: are the races of Feb. 10 are likelyto auto racing's top talent began staged Sunday on the 2% Service. This is partof there still are constantly changing. your
I' figure are
last years'
Fireball Roberts Junior Johnson be the best of the entire full force this week mile a state wide effort to deter- '
\ arriving in speedway, on a program hulls of
and Aluminum are house
choice seats parking
{ Rex White, Marvin Panch, 1 "Speed Weeks." for preliminaries and practice that includes U. S. MotorcycleClub mine the specie and growth rate some available. For information course, made of aluminum, alloyed -'I
of and
pine timber spaces
: leading. to the Feb. 24 "Daytona races on an infield road the various soil hardwood types. on write Automobile Racing with other metals; and alloys i theirhome

500" late model stock car race. course. ; Club of Florida, P. 0. Box 71, for marnie use, strongerand I
Bill Stroppe of Long Beach, Winners of the qualifying I Soils vary in their capacityto Sebring, Florida. more resistant to corrosion, I
Fresh Fish &
Calif., boss of the Mercury fac- races will earn the front row I produce timber crops as well i I! are constantly being offered to j

tory team, notified officials of positions in the two-abreast line- I as row crops or pastures. This I II I boatbuilders by the large metal ''
If
: Daytona International ..Speedway up of a 50-car field that will 1 something happens
Shrimp DailySpecial study is designed to measure the 1 1 producers. I to you there can be money
that his and !I start the 500miler.The 1
crew seven race boats
wooden
As for new
to
difference in ,soil capacity and I help pay off the mortgage
Orders Are Our Specialty cars were en route and would be "race of champions" is I ways to use, fasten and protect with low cost mortgage re
provide more accurate estimatesof
on the 'premises by Wednesday. open to the 14 drivers who won that most workable substance are ; demption life insurance.
: DOUGHERTY SEAFOOD COMPANY They're expected to be the first races last season on the NAS timber production on the various : constantly being found. For '63 Leave your family a home,

full fledged factory team to ar- CAR Grand National circuit. soil types. There is. several I there's a wider use by manufacturers -I not a debt. See us now.

; Open Daily 7:00 A.M. To 7:00 P.M. rive.A. That event and the 25.miler hundred major .soil types in Flor- fli j of the miracle-type of I

: One Block North of Atlantic Avenue On Front Street prime topic was the filingof for the No. 1 starting position in ida. ; wood preservatives. There are WOOTENInsurance
entry for a 1963 Chevrolet by I new coatings of all sorts. Can- I
;I Phone 261-4811 Melvin Dougherty, Prop. the "500" were won last year by When completed this informa- for
YOUR BUSINESS IS APPRECIATED I car builder Henry (Smokey) KEEP o vas was once standard Agency
.t I Yunick of Daytona Beach, whoAmerican home town favorite Glenn (Fire- tion should be useful as a guide FROM BETWEEN j decks; now there's vinyl. Painting CALL ELLEN SHANK

--- --- I ball) Roberts, who drove a Yun- for complete woodland manage- I I and outer coating of all 261-5503

f r ment plans. PARKED CARS i kinds whether
___ I:I I'I ick-built. 'Pontiac to a record sprayed on I,
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.1 I : IF Roberts is entered again in a

Pontiac, with Banjo Matthews of

I Asheville, N. C., as crew chief.. GET A ';.
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STOP. The 25-mile record on the 1 41 Wi 'W' .1.

xD R speedway is an average of 160.- I ,:, .I" <. / BUY YOU .. > .
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108 miles per hour, set b.jT a {' <
/ NOW Et! Pontiac driven by David: Pears.?n' :> ) f WON'TFOEGET
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i of Spartanburg, S. C.,. in a qualifying l- :1:1S

II event for a 250-mile 'r'.,f.ce. ,. \. ? '

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I I : .: Low Prices On Broke Relining 0 : Says Cause'Little'Tragedies Errors. ',li, ; FORD. DEALER ANNUAL



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TALLAHASSEE The Florida r

: Highway Patrol warned to-r

0 I: day against committing what WNER SEJAtS

.. seems like little errors while

driving, pointing out that ,the
}j Yn result is often tragedy. ,;,, ; .

....:,; ..::. ... 1 There are several common REMEMBER LAST YEAR? ONCE AGAIN, COLD WEATHER UP NORTH ALLOWS EXTRA SHIPMENTS OF
.: :. :. ,"
.h :: : errors that just about everyoneis BRAND-NEW FORDS DOWN HERE-ALL PRICED TO MOVE! MAMMOTH BUYS FOR YOU! IMMEDIATE '
: ; !5r guilty of at one time or an-
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., II My: .:..::.,:,.'..:..:........:..:..:.::... I,i other II. N,", declared Kirkman, "and Patrol the Comdr commission 'DELIVERIES! EQUIPPED JUST AS YOU LIKE! FOR A TRUNKFUL OF SAVINGS HURRY IN RIGHT NOW!

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4t of these errors have in
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:":'::h.: the caused .
:: ": I past many a tragic
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: It Car"+ death and injury dealing crash." Trade now tor a hal' .

I One of the most common mis- ''I_ some new middleweight !

: ; I takes the motorist makes is fail- y--- Fatrten i Big-
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) ure to heed a stop sign. car advantages at

,' "Just rolling up to a stop compact cost. Nine .

Adjust Brakes, and Repack street without coming to a complete modelsincluding
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I, :HearingsInspect halt aid looking for traf- -L_ 1, new middleweight '

front Grease Seals .' !I fic in both directions is not a wagons, and hardtop
enough to insure safety for you r #'
: : ,t 1 and the other drivers who may ';' c', ',.. "

be approaching from either direction -
350 ,.. r 1"1;: ,
said.
Kirkman .
41. I f ; Save on a big Fordl I
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: Turning from the laneon
::: .r wrong __ : Enjoy ford Galaxie'snew >

e 'C. ': :,......... .. .'- .;,... .:.. f". .{ high speed roads can bring $10 'Million' Ride
sudden death failure
: yt ; to signal in a luxurious sedan,
\\ Align Front Wheels ;p your intentions before making a hardtop wagon or

: turn in traffic is dangerous. :r convertible all with

o Replacement : Sudden stops, especially when service-saving feat <-
'\ 1" '. 5 0 parts if needed I ...
't rear lights are not in tip top tureff :
and torsion bar
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I order 54 '
: adjustment not :>.: working cause many S
included :: wrecks that bring death and in \
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Passing on curves and in no-
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passing
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crashes many times a year in .aa. Ford pUkep. Handles -

: Florida and in almost every case and rides like a

-..: I there is serious injury and big car, twftt like the

: :::" I : property damage if not death. big tritfkg. Extra

:. t 1 ; Another common but seemingly durability of lord

\ small error is to drive, even Trucks keep your
: : / : : i for a short distance to the left S costs do-\\11. : : i

of the centerline. Pulling out .

: : f'ust: : say "Charge it" r sl x .. pax... ::. from the curb or off the shoulders
of a highway into traffic f.U.l,,

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"To survive in today's traffic 4 -d.BE. SMART.BUY SMART! RS.'YOUR PRESENT CAR DOES NOT HAVE TO BE PAID FOR! J

you must observe every safely .
precaution when you drive i-
: -Vi li'$1OflBeachsuppIy
I obey gested.and live," Kirkman cud, ': .


Lasserre Motor Company

:. .or-'" 118 Atlantic Avenue Phone 261-4482 .
Trade At Home
South Eighth Street YOUR FORD DEALER Phone 2614819'

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L4 4 fellow governors, is now the only strong leadership in its field.

FURNISHED APT for rent, i, I organization of its type working All of these, and many more, Now Is The Time To '
adults only. 501 Cedar St. Phone Found the in which the
AD RATES with state government anywherein typify manner
261-4652. tic 1'i the nation. As the word of people of Florida are giving of I Remodel or Repair"it
.05 word .75 minimum JOHNSON MOTOR. Owner de-
,per ,
APT FOR RENT 131 S. 8th its effective work through their time and money to make
scribe and for Call R.
ad.
Card of Thanks, Resolution, pay :
St. Phone,261-4698. tfc F14c such efforts as its "Smile" pro- this state grow and prosper. 36"Months

and Similar Notices H.MaIone,225-300. gram, its support of recreational They move in areas where government ,
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j03 per word $1.00 minimum TWO BEDROOM furnished I development, and its tours for should not go, and they

'Cal 261-3686 or 261.3687 house for rent at Five Points. CLASSIFIED 4- 1 -' 'r- --------- interested industrialists give support and encouragement :

or place ad at office Call 261-4663. tic spreads, I expect we will see it to government when it is sorely To Pay1; :

DISPLAYUNUSUAL widely copied. I hope that other needed. !
511 Ash Street FURNISHED APt ON BEACH '
states will enjoy the same bene- Florida's citizens are meetingthe
Phone 261-4944 after 2:30 Fernandina Lumber. VOl
; fits the Florida Council has ,.
p.ra. tic.TWO responsibilities of their citizenship & Supply

FOR SALE 9PPORTUNITV ; given us, for such happy partnerships and we are all the bene South 3rd St. Ph-nc 261-3611.
BEDROOM furnished apt. FOR SALESMAN OVER 30 of business and government ficiaries. I

Close in downstairs, garage are often sought but .,
Opportunity for quick advancementand I ......
1963 CADILLAC, 4 door sedan, and private entrance. Phone high commission earnings witha seldom achieved. I 0.

new tag, excellent condition. 261-4227 for appointment to in-
growing 59 year old company I I'i Another example is our rela- .
Phone 225-5113. F7p specL tfc selling world famous Goodyear oJ'"
with the Florida tourist
tionship '
i
maintenance products. Many exclusive ,

FL-YWOOD CAMPER for % ton i FURNISHED OR UNfurnishedapt and noncompetitive repeat .. :.::: industry. This giant economic ALL Used CarsOn ;

pickup truck. 2614381. tfc upper or lower. 432 N. 3, items. Age no barrier. Diversified WAU.94 force had the desire, but not the :

I phone 261-4945 after 5. FlIp winter and summer line. We take I : ? mechanics, to band together for
: y : ::: ::
NEW KINGSBERRY home fort care of all financing shipping and : _ U) common good. When I became
sale. Three 'bedrooms TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED collection New salesman 0. M. I called lead-
2 full governor together : Sale This Week!
baths, large family room. Lo- apt., private entrance. 421 N, Rath earned $358 commissions his : ers from all segments of the industry -
tic second order. Paul Rausch new
tat d in Pirates Cove. Immediate 3rd. salesman, earned $608 on one sale gf and from that meeting

I possession. TWO and now is No. 5 volume 0 AI, grew the Governor's Tourism I :
company
BEDROOM
furnished. All electric apt. upstairs kitchen.,II leader. Fringe benefits include life U Steering Committee. TluV organ- Ask Us For A Spec/a// /

THREE BEDROOM Kingsberry Phone 261-5269 or 261-3230. tic insurance, sales bonuses. Write I RL I ization developed promotional

trade-in, located just outside I consolidated Paint & Varnish Corp., programs, industry betterment
I East Ohio Bide., Cleveland, Ohio. I'' WELL AH NO MAM WE DON'T GIVE
city limits. Masonry house on I UPPER DECK APTS. Completely programs, 'and served to providea

large lot. $300 down and '$60 furnished including TV j I GREEN STAMPS ON A HOME PURCHASE." much needed link between gov- Trade If You See One

month. Phone 2613118. tfcj II I EIREPOSSESSED ernment and all segments of the ...

0(:( I I tourist industry. /

WEJIAVE TWO, new, three bed- TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED I So successful was its organ I

room Kingsberry "homes near : apt. on beach, year round $60 I ization that within a little more You like. ...

I* i!?? completion' outside city mo. Howard Hammond, I 1962 CHEVROLET PUBLIC NOTICE Florida than a year I was able to recom- : :::

1Ii itL Small down payment 3733. 261-1 IN TilE JUVENILE COURT IN AND mend to its directors that it
a awl' $60 month. Call if I I SPORTS COUPE I. FOR NASSAU COUNTS STATE .
per us could be effective
more as an .
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: you want a home nearby but I SMALL UNFURNISHED house I 425 H.P. OF TilE FLORIDAIN INTEREST OF, Council ReportsBy independent organization, free .
for 1310 Franklin St. Call
rent.
far: enough out to* avoid City I BABY "X" White Male, Child from the crutch of gubernatorial
NOTICE OF FILINi PETITON FOR
261.5217 for further information.
S
Utility and Garbage taxes. tic $2,000 FERMANENT COMMITMENT OF Governor Farris BryantI appointment, and the inevitable :

Deep well pump already on PLACING CHILD TO AGENCY A LICENSED FOR SUBSEQUENT CHILD. have spoken often in recent restraints that go with official Lasserre Motor Co.: 1

property.it TWO BEDROOM downstairs MUST BE SEEN ADOPTION. months of the responsibilities of governmental connection. Todaythe

furnished apt. Year round. $55. I THE STATE(39.11)OF FLORIDA((4a) TO: citizenship in Florida and in organization is growing and
TO BE APPRECIATED
U PAUL C. BURNS 126 S. Fletcher. Phone 2613138tfc. / WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: America. performing a valuable service to Phone 2613812. :
'319 S. 8th St. You hereby notified that a petition '
Ph.
261.3606 are
tourism and to Florida's
econ- or '
CONTACT under oath has been filed m the This is because I believe that 629 South 8th : :

'SMALL above styled Court for the permanent we cannot afford a "let Georgedo omy.'I 261-3819 ..
HOUSE, extra large TWO BEDROOM unfurnished commitment of Baby "X a white .. .
Florida National it" attitude when it ,comes In the field of education citi-
shaded lot. Near 5 Points, Mrs. house. male.,child, whose true name is unknown ,- .
born on or about the 30th. dayof to managing the affairs of our zen support, freely given, }has .
Lois Sheffield, 2614544. tfc. Bank December 1962, found on January2nd. .
I TWO ROOM fur&iShea apartment 1963 abandoned in an automobile communities, our state, and our been a major factor in the development '
parked in the parking area in front ofthe nation. of new educational
12 FOOT E.Z CRAFT aluminum .
'r "Playbill Cocktail Bar and
:i fishing boats. Just arrived from H. F. SA&LMAN Lounge", located approximately three That Floridians in ever increasing plans and concepts which will en- KEEP AHEAD OF .
1 Potts Fish ((3)) miles south of Callahan Florida, numbers are facing up able Florida to meet with confidence .
factory. Camp,
PHONE 261.3221MISCELLANEOUS on U. S. highway No.1 to a Licensed
Yulee, Florida. Phone 225-5362. I 'SEE C. B.'Pete' Child Placing Agency for subsequent I to the responsibilities of citizen- the challenges of the
F7c adoption and you are hereby com ship has been brought home to space age. Citizens committeeshave THE WEATHER :4: ;
.. manded be and the above
,. .. appear in
... court at the county courthouse Fer. me with a special force in the worked long hours with ":
1958 FORD % TON pickup, plywood I! I INGRAM"FOR nandina Beach. Florida at 2.00: P.M. several weeks since I announced professional educators and sUt3
i o'clock. the 21st of :
on day
February t
: enclosed back. Good condi. A.D. 1963. and to show cause why plans for a special and continu. staff members and consultants .
tion. $COO. Angss Associates, IF YOU'RE INTERESTED in I said Petition should not be granted. ing program to bring to our citi- to evaluate eVery aspect of fast- .t'

261-5976. tfc old stamps or coins, phone said Witness Court my and hand the seal as the thereof Judge, this of izens the facts relating to the developing new programs. Their FOR FAST EFFICIENT .. ...,-,

Cora Winans at 261-5421. tfc Life Insurance 16th. day of January, A.D. 1963. Cold War in which we are en- suggestions, based on sound '

2 LOTS ON NORTH 13th ST. Retirement Income J. E. Weatherford Judge4t gaged. business sense and a thorough L.P GAS ; :
WILL KEEP CHILDREN in
{
Will consider trade, for what my 1-17, 24. 31. 2-7 Literally hundreds of Floridians knowledge of the state, have improved .

have you? Phone. ..2614888.FUc I home for working mothers. Health .& AccidentHospitalization have written me to say: both the aptness of our DELIVERY & SERVICE
Ages 1-6 years. Phone 261- :
PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE "How can we help we are efforts, and the suitability of -
I 3447, Ann Fullwdod.F7p .
Major MedicaJ) TO CREDITORS concerned with the threat that our planning! to tile state. ** I.- "

DIAMOND SOLITAIRE and COLOR TONE renews your nat- Disability Monthly Income FLORIDA STATUTES faces us today but have not Similar support has been given BUIK t BOTTLE :
band. for boat .
wedding Trade LV THE COURT OF TilE COUNTYJUDGE .
ural hair beauty. Fabulous NASSAU COUNTY, 1LOR- known how to seek out the knowledge the Florida Development Commission -
car, or what have you? Phone color for a tiny price. Vanity L. L. BOHANNONINSURANCE IDA IN PROBATE.In that will make us alert in promotional pro CALL :

261.4888.( F14c tic re: Estate of it zense" And in their letters
Beauty Shop, 261-4686. Marian Christopher, Deceased. grams by chambers of commerce
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To All Creditors and Persons Having they have shared with me their for
and tourism
DALMATION PUPPIES cute WILL BUY American and for Claims or Demands Against Said Estate groups every Good
concerns in other areas state section of the state. The Indus Housekeeping
See atBean's Phone 261-5269 :
speckled I II
as a pup eign coins. Buy, sell or trade ) You and each of you are hereby government and local conditions trial Commission depended on
141 N. 15th. tic guns, swords. Centers Antiques -' notified and required to present any interestin
all
indicating lively
I claims and demands which' you. or a local support for the success of
CONN MINUET ORGAN 2 2125 Pearl St" Jax., Fla.: I either of you, may have ,against the matters, which are the proper its Operation Space, a revamping
PUBLIC NOTICE Gas &
EL 5-0917. F7p estate of Marian Christopher, ,deceased of all citizens. Appliance Co.2255146
years old $1700 when new, sac. I IN CIRCUIT COURT FOURTH late of said County, to the Count concern and updating of employment
rifice for $1200. Phone 2613343., WILL BUY old dolls, china,, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. Juige! of Nassau County, Florida, at liI have sought to respondto service practices, and is now relying ,.
'I his office in the court house of said
tfc glass, lamps, jewelry, coins,, NASSAU CHANCERYNo. COUNT1, FLORIDA IN County at Fernandina Beach, Florida these letters, other instancesof on nongovernmentalgroups '

etc. 2615316. F7p 2607 within six calendar months from the 'citizenship in action in Flor- to make sure this year :
16 FT. GLASPAR fiberglassboat time of the first publication of this mind andI (
LENA BELLE GORDON, notice. Each claim or demand shall ida nave crossed my goes down in history as 19-Safe- .
75 h.p. Johnson, electric FLOOR SANDING and refinish- MAXSUR J. FAWWAL and ZAHIEH Plaintiff, be in writing and shall state the place would like to share some of j .

starter, trailer. Excellent condition ing. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson. a!. FAHIVAL, his wife, ft aL, of residence and post office addressof 'these in this column. ty3.Also :
"ASK
the claimant and shall be front Flor- ABOUT.OUR
sworn to on the safety ,
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$1195 complete. Phone Phone 261-4609. tic Defendant is .
NOTICE OF SUIT by the claimant, his agent or attorney Perhaps the best- example t
idians will be hearing much in
261-3174. F7c The State of Florida and any such claim or demandnot the Council of 100, whose reports FULL LINE OF GASAPPLIANCES" :
) IF YOU HAVE a drinking problem TO: HERALD BAKER and DORIS E.DAKER. so filed shall. be void. fill this 'The Council the months ahead from the Florida 235.5146
dsually
MiLK GOATS for sale kids write Alcoholics Anony. his wife. Residence Leatta Mitchell space. Council
As administrator of the Estate of, Traffic Safety a :
Unknown has reached a plateau of service YULEE, FLA. '
and milking stock. Phone 2613048. mous, Box 338, city. EL-6-7700 You ale hereby notified that a suu As Testament executor of of the Last Will and even higher than I antici- new citizen-support group which :
F7c tic has been tiled against you in the.b'e will work closely with .
Marian govern- .
Christopher deceased.
causei Outou pated when I invited 100 leadersof "
hereb \
; are -- .e
-- By: Mercury N. Kavouklis toll of .
reduce the
ment to rising
USED BICYCLES $5.00 and MEN AND WOMEN NEEDED required to file your ansuer with the Attorney for Administrator I Florida industry, finance and
Cleric of this
Court and to
serve death and destruction on the
All sizes and makes.: Call WORK IN CIVIL SERVICENo copy thereof upon the plaintiff orplaintiff's Fernandina Beach. Florida I education to band together in '
up.
2614482. tIc experience necessary, gram- attorney, whose name and 4t 1-24 31, 2-7, 14 voluntary partnership with their highway. I am proud to have 2, 3, 4, Bedroom Masonry or Brick :
address is: Harvey Mabry 1025 Bar I I
had a part in creating this organization
mar school education usually nett Hank Building. Jacksonville 2. I state government. We sought
BUY A HOMESITE on the Nas- sufficient. Train now at home Florida nqt later than %lst. day of PUBLIC NOTICELV assistance in the promotion, of and look to it for

sau River Beautiful hign foi jobs with Security. For details February.If you fail A.D.to 1963.do so, decree pro con- .JUDICIAL TilE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH tourism, procurement of new Industries HOMES j

and dry lots at Nasauville. send name, address, phoneno. fesso will be entered against you for NASSAU COUNTY CIRCUIT,, FLORIDA.LV AND FOR conservation of our natural -

Others with waterfront privil to NATIONAL TRAINING. the relief demanded in tne complaint. IN CHANCERY NO. 2585 and
: The nature of said suit being for resources waterways,
Read E'enThe
Do
eges. Small down payment Box 500 Greenwich foreclosure of Mortgage encumberingthe DIXIE ACCEPTANCE CORPORA- People
3ERVICE, P. 0. and in dealing with the multi
following described property. lit TION, a Florida Corporation, Finished 1
Francis
Terms to suit. Phone : Connecticut. M28e uate in Nassau County Florida. to wit: Plaintiff tude of current problems that Smallest Ads 'Completely
Ellis, POpular 5-2CG1,, Jacksonville I .'5. i'
AU of Lots numbered 2 and 3 in '' can often be more effectively In The News-Leader.
ifc. NOW WE KNOW what make : Block numbered 16 of the Townof RELiCS RANDALL and 'I' .
RCA Motorola Hilliard. Nassau County, Florida I WILLIE MAE RANDALL, approached by private sources
used
tubes by ]
are You Are OUR PLANS OR YOURS :
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LARGE SHADED LOTS at Ame- according to the plat of Hfl- Defendants than by the government._ !'
and Curtis: Mathes radio and hard recorded in Plat Book I. at
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NOTICE Will Build For You On Your Land
lia, 100 X 145. $10 down, $10 T.V. dealer. Also, GE. See page I Page 28, of the Public Records of OF SALE The Council, I am told by my ,
Notice is hereby -
Nassau County Florida. given pursuant to I
per month. Call Howard Hammond 43: in telephone book, yellow (SEAL) a Final Decree of Foreclosure dated NO MONEY DOWN
261-3733. tf: Your GE dealer. File Witness my hand and the seal of January 31, 1963 and entered in .
pages. said Court at Fernandina Beach i Chancery Case No. 2385 of the above

TWO NEW BRICK, three bedroom -- --- ib Florida 3, this 10th day of January. A.D. described entitled Court persons wherein were parties the above that DRIVE IN FOR THE VERY BEST

den, !% bath homes, 150 HELP WANTEDWHITE .S- D. 0. OXLEY I will sell to the highest bidder for Payments $5900From
foot frontage. $11,950 with $500 Clerk of the Circuit Court cash at the North Front Door, Nassau IN ANAU"'OL
Nassau County FloridaA County Courthouse Fernandina
FIIA or VA. I copy of the complaint filed hereinis Beach. Fla. between the legal hours :
*' LADY to live in and care attached to the copy of this notice of sale. on Friday the 15ta day of. ', '. .
which is mailed to each defendant for February, 1963 the following described : w ,
THREE BEDROOMS, 1H baths for three small children for I whom a residence more specific thana real property situate in Nassau : : All Duval Homes Have These Features and More -:

beautiful lot. Not a pro room and board. Phone 261- state or county was given in the County, Florida, and described in ', ':. :; i :.t: 1BI'}
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sworn statement filed herein by the said Final Decree, to wit: i' -- 1-Solid Poured Concrete Foundation :
ject. $10,000 with $?50 down, 4464. tic plaintiff, his agent or attorney.) The East ISO' of the North 150 of. ; Hardwood, Vinyl. Tile Or Teirazzo Floor* ,. .
1'1 IU N E U P
the
$65 month. M7 24. 31. 2-7 following property: 3-Furred Wall e
part of the &>uth 10 acres of sub-
WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE to 4 All Standard 16" On Center
lot two of lot one. section 1. Township Framing 1
ATTENTION VETS: Nice 3 bed. call regularly each month on PUBLIC NOTICE 2 North Range 26 East as To Give Your Car Long r I Ceramic Tile In ,Bath ;
( established Studio Girl Cosmetics NOTICE TO CREDITORS described Deed Book 78. page 4. -
room home just outside town. I I Nassau 6-Hearj Duty 100 AMP. Electric Service
LORIDA STATUTESIN County Same property described er Life and Get Better
Chain link fence $8,400, $tOO clients in and around Fer. THE COURT: Of TilE COUNTY in Deed recorded in volume '. 7-Tile Window Sills S

down, $55 month. nandina Beach making neces- Jl'Dt.E NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA 14!, page 133, Official Records .- ... Mileage, Let Our Expert I 8Fadory'Custom Built Cabinets !
IX PROUVIE.In of Nassau County. Flonda. 9-Aluminum Awning Type Windows t'
MILLER, ,Deceased. \ 1963. t
hours Route will i
$400, APPROXIMATELY $70 per' day. pay To All Creditors ul Persons r .s- D. O. OXLEY Always In Perfect Con- 11-Your Choice Of Interior & Exterior Colon 1
month buys 3 bedroom house up to $5 per hour. Write Claims or DeDwuls'Awt S %i Es CLERK OF SAID CIRCUIT COURT 12-15 Year Bonded Hoof .
with oak floor*, chain link fence STUDIO GIRL COSMETICS, tate. ,*.Y<:Tf: I. Attorneys dition.! .. .
You and each of rarare her* notified Wemstein. Weinberg & Weinstein .i. .
connected to sewer. Dept 75932: Glendale, Calif. and reqWed.Jo prese any 161 SL George StreetSt. at' Will Build And FinanceDUPLEX t
John T. Ferreira & Son claims and demadsiluch 4. or Augustine. Fla. An Engine *Tune -Up < I ,
MIDDLE AGED WHITE lady tolive I Il either of you. &ay2&aaf the It 2-7 r I
508 Atlantic AT*. Phone 261-5571 estate of John Miller, deceased late Just What I
l in and care for house and of said County to the Couirty Judgeof MayBe i iO

children for room and board I Nassau, County. Florida at his office Your Car Needs To Help i. \ I
in the court house of said County It To
FOR RENT and $15 week. Phone 225-5141 at Fernandina teach Florida within Pays Start It On These Cold, YOUR LAND NO MONEY DOWN ,
tic j six calendar months from the time
of the first publication, of this notice. Wet Mornings! TOTAL PRICE S1UOOMONTHLY f

NICE DOWNSTAIRS furnished I WAITRESS WANTED, apply I!'I Each writing claim and or shall demand iatehe shall place be of'in Trade At Home PAYMENTS $89.00 ';

apt private entrance. 1306 Lannons Firebird Truck.. Stop, residence and post ##&{. address of ONLY $6.50 6 CyL or 8 CyL -

Atlantic Ave. Ph. 2614835.I I U. S. 17, north of Yufee. j i the the claimant claimant.and his shall agent be sworn or attorney toby -I Plus Parts Call Fernandina Beach 261-5802 ; :

tfc 225-5149. Ph.I I and any suthTlaim: or demandnot Evenings, Saturday and Sunday
so filed shall be void. People Do Read Even :

DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT: As administrator TIMOTHY SIMMONS of. the Estate ofJOH.'l The Smallest Ads '
Unfurnished. Corner of 4th and WANTED DUVAL 'HOMES INC.
t MILLER deceased In Lasserre Motor Co.
Calhoun Street, across street THOMAS G. HALL The N ,ws- ader. ,

from school (St. Joseph's Academy 1 WANTED USED PIANO, .I.11 Attorney North for Fourth Adminwtrator Street. You Are 5142, NORMANDY BLVD. 387-1668:

). Phone 2614200 or 261. spinet type. Phone 2615257.tfc I Fernandina Beach. Florida. ::1 .J 629 South 8th Street Phone 261-3819 Residential Commercial Industrial .
1563.t
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Container! Reports ciencies company brought during- the about year.by the ,At The Churches .- 1 _flfdb'Late. : ,'.would objects'.enable.a'nd measure+i its.to see their smaller location .,. ..'11'<''1- .:.. ;t

The board cf directors of Container OTo .Classify; and distance more accur. ;Best :Buys '
Record Earnings Corporation of America '$T. PETER CLA VER'S I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN ately. .
today declared 'a quarterly ;di ',CHURCH 'CHURCH more

Sales In I 1962 vidend on the preferred stock. in': Sunday.' Mass ....?, 1st, 3rd, 5th Rer.. John' Dozier, Pastor By Russell Kay accurate means of tracking sateli'' In Home ,/FurnishingsSlttpJyr >>
the amount of dollar '($1.00)) _, ,. 730; Sermon God in II
one Sunday : a.m. : "Forsaking Scientists at the University of lites. Laser could convert electricity ;(
Store First
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per share.... payable on March: 1,. Sunday. Mass 2nd, 4th the Face of Grace." Florida as at other universities 'into light beams sending {
CHICAGO, January 29 Con 1963' 'to shareholders 6f record Sunday Ili30 -ahn.ft Worship Services; ___11:00 A.M.' !and* :"research" 'laboratories them long :Hbtances. Its beam

wlidated net sales for Container at the close of business Febru if Sunday School *:45 A.3f. :! throughout the country are might be used to destroy missiles 9 Quality Merchandise. At'Prices

Corporation of America ,were ary '20, 1963; and a regular ST. .MICHAEL'S' CATHOLIC. Youth .Meetings __... 6:00: P.M. studying and experimenting I in fligjit# I ;

approximately $343,000,000, a quarterly dividend on the common CHURCH. ,:with a hew-'light Veam IVown as These areTbut a few of the future -1 You Can ,Afford. \ I
l w.)hifih for the company and stock in the amount of Sunday Mass ... 2nd, 4th NORTH 14th STREET Laser.It I uses tjiat scientists see for I II ..8. EasyTerms. Arranged. j
an i increase: of four per cent over twenty-two and one-half cents Sunday -. 7:30 aon. BAPTIST CHURCH i"
lfe<51, Leo II. Schoenhofen,. president ((22-c) per share payable .on Sunday Mass J.:_r 1st, 3rd Ren Ran Humphreys, Pastor gets its._name from the Initial 'j this 'new scientific i tool. Let us''1 .0 Free Estimates On Draperies. '

announced today in a preInuinary February 25, '1963, to shareholders -' 5th Sunday" 11:30 a.nt. 9:45 am.-..*,,.. Sunday School letters' of its scientific 'description 'hope its, use will i be :developed .
report. For the previous of record at the close of,1 Daily '8 ajn. 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship "Light Amplification l i ; for t'he benefit of mankind .rather

Jar, f2es totalled $330,098,000. business February 8, 1963. I Saturday Convent! Chapel. 7:00 p.m. ___ B.T.U 'by Stimulated Emission of Radiation than his. destru ti i. I ;;W1\L T1tlR'S :FUJINITU'RE I '
or L-A-S-E-R. Remember t > : ,
6:30 in 'Convent
;Consolidated earnings for 1$62 The board also fixed the.. date I I: Communion 8:00: p.m., Evening Worship 'f!
6:30, P.}!. Young People's 7:30 Mid-Week Services < that name"for it promises to 1182'9
p.m. N, JIain St.. 1 ML So. Oceamvay
were 1963 for the taking
approximately $18,670,000 of March 18, became ;as familiar in the futureas .
Meeting. '
compared with $18,298,000 in of a record shareholders of/the preferredand entit- ft if *. WednesdayCHURCH are X-ray and radio: today. j' Wholesale v forest lue"of products primarymanufactured i in '.U,, Hbiay.17 : Ph. Po 5-480S
:
1(61..au. increase of' two per common ST PAUL'S LUTHERANCHURCH 01- GOD :Perhaps you have read about j j Florida! has increased five timed .
the annual share. -- -
Jed to vote at I
share At Fire Points it 1 in some of the scientific
Earnings
cent" per equal holders be held ;I iin 25 years, according to the I
$1.72 in J962 compared with meeting to on Amelia City Near Intersection Carl Gold, Pastor < magazines or saw the' feature article Florida Forest rvice. -r-ry- -Classificd.Ad! For Quick Results

11.68. in 1961.Schoenhofen. April 23, 1963. I .llA Phone 261-3333 describing it in a recent is- .- -----, -. --- ----10.-. -.______ -
I A. F. Gerbhardt, Pastor Sunday School :. 10 a.m. sue of Life :magazine !\I- it .
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"' said the 1962 A rustic suspension bridge over, '
!goo a.m. Morning Service Morning Worship ,. 11 a.m. Its of future
-- promise develop.
dies' record was achieved in the the river is one of the scenic at- 9:00 a.ri1. '
Sunday School Young Peopl 3 Endeavor is
ment and use startling. Initial
most competitive climate the tractions 'of Iiillsbor ugh, River I. if '.
7pm. Sun. indicate I
experiments a wide
var-
comporthas encountered in recent State Park south of Zephyrhills. I I
BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH Service 7:45 Sun.
years. He attributed the I Evangelistic : iety of uses, some of them soamazing 1
'429 South 6th Street 1
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if
rbmp ny's earnings gain to The Yulee Sugar Mill Historic I Rer. John O'Neil, Pastor ST. PETER'S. EPISCOPAL as. to surpass beJi f.
J Higher .sales volume a modest Memorial was given to the State Sunday ::Services: CHURCH Laser is the simplest possible I I

price increase in some product by the Citrus County Federation 'r 10:00 A.M. '_ Sunday School Neil I. Gray Rector kind of light; it contains only a

Wies' "fcnd manufacturing. effi of Womans' Clubs in 1955.. 11:00 A.M. Morning Worshin 7:30 ajn. _Holy] Communiont0:00 single color and hence all its '

6:30 _, B.T.U.. : ajn Choral Eucharist waves are identical in length :
!. .. 7:00 P.M. Men's Prayer Service 11:15 a.m..,Church School Classed whereas sunlight is a disorderly I :_ = iiJiIIi!* CHEVROLETS
mixture of! many colors each
7:30 p.nv Evening Worship I
'Uk M with a. different wave length,
-NOTICE TO DOG OWNERS Tuesday: CHURCH Ojf GOD OF '
.. : 7:00 p.m. ____ Visitation PROPHECYRev. diffused in all directions. ;BRAND :NEW 62 MODELS LEFT :IN SIO.GK
if if H. 'C. Drury,;Pastor I The ultimate source :of this I ,

; For,'The Convenience. All Dog ,Owners. FIRST BAPTIST' CHURCH 10:00 a.m _. Sunday School Laser light' ''is :chromium, the element "

: A Veterinarian ,WilUBe. At ':The, 'Ferna'ni Rev. J. T. Dunnam Pastor 11:00 a.m. __ Morning Service that -gives the'precious -CORVAIR STATION WAGON!!'
Sermon: AM. "The Danger 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service stone known as ruby used in the .
dine i Beach City ,Hall On Saturday, Feb. ', of JJ.elay/' W.MB. jewelry trade its red color. <

: 9 ,And Saturday Feb. '23 9 A.M. To P.M, "Excuses! Excuses! 7:30'p.m.'Wednesday< V.LB. Young 'Through 'the use- .of what-is' Model 735 Retail Price $2647.85 '.
"
Excuses! People termed a ruby rod this red light
1 P.M. And 2T.M. To 5P.M. i Worship Services: 8:30 A.M. if. .if .if can be controlled. I and amplifieduntil SALE "PRICE "$2295.95CHEVY
11:00 A.M. GOOD SHEPHERD EPISCOPAL it becomes a powerful intense -* : .
\ Cost Of The Inoculation Will Be $2.00 And 50c Will 7:30:: P.M. CHURCH i beam that can be directedat -

; Be Charged For A City Dog License Tag. Total Cost Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Neil I. Gray, Vicar any object and for, 'any dist; .i I'
;
: $2.50. Training Union 6:15: P.M. 8:50: a.to. T--. .Holy Communion ance. \

Prayer, .Service Wednesday Horning Prayer In one experiment this beam II 2-DOOR
: ... .. 7:30: P.M. if if if
; i J. CLAYTON: SANDERS directed against a razor blade, .
MEMORIAL METHODIST ,.
if *
blasted a pinpoint hole in a Mode! 311 1 1 Retail Price
$2473.40
: ':: Acting City Manager. TABERNACLE' 'BAPTIST. CHURCH 'thousandth of a second, heating

CHURCH: John L Jones pastor: the steel to a temperature of.
r Amelia Road Phone 261-3 1ST 10:00 a.m. .__._ Sunday School :SALE PRICE $2045.00 .
. 10,000 degrees F. ;
_______ .- ._. ____ __ ..__ H Rev. Loyd ,Chambers, Pastor 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship ; ; ,.
The beam directedat .
Sunday School _,_ 10 a.m. 6:15 pjn. MYF 'Supper & Programs- same light .
!' MorningWorship 11 a.m. ,the dark side of the 'moon, lit II

Evening Worship 7 p.m. 7:30,p.m. Evening Worship up a dark crater when engineers o'k
Wednesday Service 7 p.m.PINE if if if CHEW II 4 DOOR
at M. I. T. released a beam 12 -
if if FIVE POINTS BAPTIST 1 ,
INTERIOR() LATEX11'hite
\ inches in diameter, using special
GROVE 'BAPTISTCHURCH CHURCHJ.
W. Keen. Pastor equipment in connection with a Model 269 Retail Price $2402. tA

$2.95 (Gnl. Rev. 'A. Z. Knight, Pastor 9:45 a.m.-__.. Sunday School telescope. Two and a half seconds
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship later, the returning light, SALE PRICE $1995.00SpeciaIs
11 6:30 Training Union
Morning Worship a.m p.m.
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streaked into the telescope indicating
And Colors Training Union 7:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Evening. Worship s 't
Evening Worship ,- 8:00 p.m. Wednesday prayer service, 7:2(' the Laser's future use

Wed. Night Prayer p.m. in space communications.

: t Meeting ..,, ,? ... .. ._, 8 p.m. it if if Scientists foresee countess .fin Also ,In, Used CarsWoodward'Motor
; !
rte. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Wednesday: ture uses. In medicine At be
7:45 ...._,. Prayer MeetingFERNANDINA Rev. E. A. Lewis, Faster I It may
MtLt) 'h if if 10:00: a.m..r_., Sunday School I i able to burn out and destroy

) .Porch & Deck BEACH CHURCH 11:00 a.m. _.._. Worship Service I I tumors. without. the use. 'of the
Latex I OF CHRIST 6:30 p.m. C. A. Youth Services knife. In biology, as a microsur- CO

'$3:95 Gal. Hubert Gibson Minister 7:30: p.m. Evangelistic Service gical. tool it may destroy single
: Bible'Study 10:00 AM. Thursday mid week service selected chromosomes within
Worship Service 'll:0f:: ( A.M.: 7:30 p.m. .. living cells. 'In metal work it

For Concrete & Evening .Service 7 and drill "YOUR CHEVROLET. DEALER
JHlOUIKK. Wood p.m. can cut,. weld any met -
Wednesday Bible Study 7:30: p.m. CARD OF THANKS tal, quickly, easily and ''precisely; ; -

..{ ;: Patios -fr.:4 if We wish to express our deep It might effectively replace i 8th)yUpk3ts, .phone 2613636aH
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CHURCH OF GOO est gratitude for the many expressions radar, since its far shorter waves
Cor.,4th and.Cedar Sts. of sympathy extendedto .
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I Rev. L. Marvin Johnson, Pastor us during the long illness and .._.uuu '_..L..muuu.uu ".. ... .".... ...... '.'U .. ... -
Shieli's 10:00 am. Sunday School loss of our loved one. ?Rfj'i'i. ., *A v ,*... *,+'Uf1 '!' ; ": :: ;:<;:' :
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Swap ; ;; ; r ;
11:00; a.m. Morning Service Our special thanks for their : : ';1 r 4:4 %f'{
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Y.!?>>E. Friday Evening 7:30: pm.: and / : t. .ir-; : '. .:.
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thoughtfullness to Mrs.B. l. I' l5t : : .L ,;.., n : t{ : r.: ;ji ; :
511.So.,Sih St. Phone 201-4572 1:30 ('.rh. ._ Evening Service .F. :Dickens Mr. and Mrs. J, TAILOR. 'HEAT ;:(:: }ll! '' :. 't 4 :' >
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Prayer meeting Wednesday '
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'-- > 'GOALS OF ATHLETICS '

For. Any Person :Or Persons To 'Engage. In B sine.ss. Undcr A, Fictitious i there FOR too CHILDRENIs much emphasison Z .:::i ] < i < / ,


Name Unless The "Name. Is Registered national and international .. 1111
competitive sports for children? /.5J.i }, it/ '',1,1,1'1111,1111.ftyrrryr ',
. .." And what constitutes desirable :. ; ,1,1 1 p'.
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, athletics for children? These { ; ;o.:4 f' /1,1'111/
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Read ThisFlorida Law..i; .. thoughts and programs are of physicians Dries full 12-pound- w.,;. ...x: i !f .r e' /,1111,,/1/l"/d,,,11//,d f.
I who specialise the J
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health of children. washer load! ::.L ;' Y d ,/1111,11,11,11,'
.. They believe that physical education ,,111,1 11,111,1r
. "It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein, to engage :in and athletic programs ....<.; > :: '' ': ::' 1,1",'1,1
,. should be for all children rather }. ...).. ,..::,'; ', .>t.. .v. .: 11
': business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined, without and than for some children. Provision ; r
is needed not only for the .PJj ) _
unless said fictitious name shall be registered \\jthlhe clerk of,the"circuit court of talented and physically adept #
child but for the sldw learner :
; the county where the principal place of business ishich registration shall consist and the handicapped. There :

:. of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit signed by all i interested persons, dren should to be be more opportunity'than spectators.For _for chil-. ENDS LINE DRYING! )4-1: ,.

:: stating under oath the name of all those interested in.the business enterprise, the the young child activities WEAR AND TEAR :;4
should be geared to help him '
: extent of the interest .Of'each, and the fictitious name under, which said business is grow and develop, and they. Exclusive Flowing Heat > J: .
should be a part of the joy of "('"+;;
. carried on. Said registration may not be made until the. person or persons I desiring living. In and out of school"throughout dries breeze-fresh. t. #':.>.f'tj...... 'l' '.,
. the year, the child I even safer than sunshine I ". .
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"--to.'engage in business under a fictitious'name shall- have advertised 'his or I,their intention I needs opportunity, for action. ; / fi

j > to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four (4)( ) consecutive -. ,Suitable as a wholesome!athletics will outlet serve for him his :- _. ...

; weeks, in some. newspaper asdefine bylaw in the county where said _registration ,i natural energy.Before taking. part in a for- \\1f; ;: Y

is to be made, and said registration shall not be accepted by the 'clerk of the I malized athletic program a child i11 ,:r r..if r.w T11
should have a complete medical
circuit. court except upon receiving proof of such -publication.** I examination 'to be -protected < .. ..NI
f'. ; against activities which might : -
Ii
% I cause injuries pr illnesses. For ENDS DRYING TIME'GUESSWORK p PORCELAIN ,. ,
children the to be dtI I
If You Arc Engaged In Business i Under Any. Name 'Other Than I surd is activity program in which the > f *. I ENAMELED DRUMWon't SPECIAL
community takes an interest including !;t. WASH
I Automatic dry control & WEAR CARE
the combined efforts of I snag
.. .Your... 'Own.' And Have 'Not- Had This Namcj, Property. Advertised, parents teachers. schools, recrcatiob I measures moisture, shuts even delicate lingerie! Wrinkles.Away'dtying
leaders and physicians.'Jvery '
,j} And Registered, See Your Attorney For Ajll 1 Necessary IjiJFormation athletic: program should elf automatically. .' when Iii Rust-resistant, for all Y/ash&' Wears.
have behind it adults who can clothes are 1u st-right dry! ,.: smooth glass! Saves ironing!
see to it that then are proper facilities . :. )
i As. To YhatXou.ShouJd. ; PO. ,necessary safeguards and .- -

..,., fair play.The primary. objective of an ,


j / .FERNANDINA- .BEACH :HEWS-!' LEADER. physically total athletic well-being program,. mentally should of socially the be child and the: }} :Florida, PtfW/c/ !Uf/7/f/es/ / $ {moany,,

..spiritually This isa high goal ilkaNFS **.
. "." btrt-one'"w'ich shochi! -fct'' ktpt f .--.5.- .. I .. '
. constantly in sight.
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