Fernandina Beach news-leader
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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 14, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024610
oclc - 33142109
notis - AFA6512
lccn - sn 95026706
System ID: UF00079912:00007
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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,. Since 1858 Absorbed by Purchase. Merger or Succession The Florida News The East FiorMlan The Peninsula, The Fernandina Courier, The Island City, Feraandina Observer Fernandina Express The Fernandina News, The Florida Mirror, The Nassau County StarTOe **$, The Fernandina Record,
.4' Fernindina News-Record, Nassau Coucty Leader, The Outlook. The Florida-Georgia News, The Fernandina News, The Buccaneer .

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/ Miss Diane Howard Crowned Fifth "Queen" .5:: -. .__

Annual Nassau School Contest ., < ,

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I Sparkling crown shining '

eyes a cheer from the audience
Rumors that the Amelia Light and lovely Miss Diane Howard i is
house had outlived its usefulness crowned "Miss Nassau County'' EW W W 'I IW '
and. '\\:ould be discarded by thi" J 963. 1w.IaIII I" '-

Coast Guard has had local residents Crowned by Miss Joan Wells,

up in arms. The rumor was I Iy -z. (tt :Diane, a 15-year-old sophomore at

proved yesterday to have no # ,, Hilliard High School sponsored .
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foundation and Congressman D. we4q rc' < by Stratton Insurance Co. becomes "- ,. -, ,
R. (Billy) Matthews has assured 4 the fifth Miss Nassau

that the light will continue to :i1 County. The crown is placed on

beam out its welcome rays to ir her head, a trophy is held in one'

sailors in search of .a. snug harbor | hand, and resting on the other
as it has for well over) a *tb is of red
arm a gorgeous spray
hundred years. The rumor arose p I i :: roses. Trul/ she is a "Queen."
from efforts of the city to secure Miss Gloria Brody the current ,

adjacent property belonging to ; I bliss Florida and Mr and Mrs..
the federal government t. for beautification Gordon Spotswood were the well

purposes. The govern ;:k ; : AS' qualified judges at this gala oc-
ment has declared this property k -
; casion. In the absence of Clifi
surplus and this action broughton eJf r 4 ft f Hall, Ann Spotswood graciouslyfilled STRONG WINDS AND HIGH WAVES, w.iich pounded the Atlantic beach here, the

all the conversation as many + pi- 1' + in as ,judge. early part of last week, left considerable damage as shown in this photo taken bit

interpreted it to mean the light- p /U> Ik melodieswas North beach. The debris in the foreground is all that is left of the paving of the
house sale. $ Sending the Fernandina sparkling Beach High street that lay between Fletcher Avenue and the ocean in this area. The Egan (

School Dance Band under the direction tare i is left high but not exactly dry as ero ion removed access to the house. -- .
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The Florida Crown Council of : 4-4-4- X I X .1.. -
; :ra ; [ of ,band leader Buddy HilL F' 1\ -
Chambers of Commerce will hold I Ithe' I .
From the stage the voice of emcee "
in Fernan- Commission "' *
February meeting City
p' ': s 4\ < Sw; Bob Springer informed the
dina Beach and I all Chamber
p t* '- attentive audience as each contestant -
,members to make plans to attend I Calls For Bids :
made her
.' and welcome the visitors. If ; I Handsome decorations appearance.provideda : : .: -
yjBi'can be present on Thursday -
lovely background for the girls On Local Projects
Fob. 21, at Seaside Inn for the : ;.
and their beautiful In the
gowns. ,
10:30 a.m. meeting call President ::5Ykt..t 4 ,
Chamber < center back of the stage was a One of the most active and
Chuck Flenniken or I
large red heart trimmed'with lengthy sessions in quite sometime
Ruth Brown.
f Secretary ''white, and two cupids placed on was held last night by the
(Continued on six) Commission '
page City in their chamb.
The Florida Marine Welcome COUNTY OF 1963" the Miss Diane
"MISS NASSAU lovely Howard of Hilliard, was at City Hall.
Station, dedicated here Jan. 13, chosen to reign as Queen for the coming year, from 70 young ladies representing all ers The recently imposed garbage

continues' for to Fernandina bring favorable Beach. publicity The- the high schools in Nassau County. She i h the 5th Queen to reign and was sponsoredby Lasserre Staging service charge, which has createda r- :

of Stratton Insurance Co. Miss Joan Wells, retiring queen, crowned Miss Howardas great deal of local discussionand 4

feature new facility article was in the the subject current a her last official duty. Pictured, left to right, Miss Wells, Miss Dorothy Bedfordof Grand Opening some controversy, was .. .... .

"Outdoors" magazine a publication Callahan High, first runnerup, sponsored by Pinebreeze Pullet Farm, Queen Diane, brought up by Acting City Man ... .
distributed by the kiekhkefer nnd Miss Annette Jacobs of Fernandina 'Beach High. second runnerup, sponsored by Of ager Clayton Sanders as he reported -I : ; -
City Ice and Fuel Co. -. Photo isy T. H. King Service CenterIn that the initial quarterly
Corp. makers of the Mercury l' JIM BEARD, director of public works directs the
__ n____ ____ charge was now 86.4% collectedor I dumping -
Outboard motors. This week I'm a half.page ad in, this issue otherwise of coquina on the North beach as city crews worked
sending pictures to Standard Oil Feb. 20 DeadlineFor Lasserre Motor Co. announces the I to combat the erosion caused by the constant pounding
Commission Asks I Chamber Plans It was revealed that the new
Co. in Louisville Kytor use in grand opening of complete
Securing 1963 a one- source of revenue for the city'sgeneral I of wind and waves. In addition to the many loads ofeo.
their publication, Standard stop. Esso service center as an
quina used to homes in the
protect around 100
operating fund ,has raised
:News',. This publication has a good For Bids Invests Auto License Tags I Of Florida addition to their Ford and Mercury of
circulation here and local resi Meeting agency here on South Eighth over $10,000 thus far for the first -concrete-- -- ---rip-rap-- was- dumped along- thebeach.Four -- .... I

dents are reminded to be en the Nassau County Tax CollectorIra Street quarter. I
the feature in an Tax Accumulation Hall reminds motorists this Crown Council "k A discussion on how to collect
lookout for .' I The grand opening being the remaining 13.6 resulted in'' Criminal Cases And Two Civil
early edition. 'week that Feb. 20 is the dead I staged to coincide with the first % ;

The 'County. Commission, meet,I line forsecuring 1963 auto license I Plans for the meeting of' the anniversary of Esso in Florida a decision to take the appropriate :
p Hutchins,. of 'tags. and their steps as customary with unpaid II Suits Set For Circuit Courf Next Week
Johnny proprietor in Wednesday in regular monthly ; Florida Crown Council to be held Hapyotoringirth-. taxes or service charges 9f this ,,
Motel Seaside here, was signally session, authorized D. 0. Oxjrr I He urges .that those needing i itags"buy here, February 21 at the SeasM .lay Party, Feb. 14-23. ; ..
hono .. .,.1h. .h .'V\S $ krkruf-the' CircuitCourtrto- betore K1isrtay-ro j I Inn, were 'discussed at the Fer* Esso is, offering '$50,000 in (Continued .pnTageSi4 I Circuit Court wllT convene )h.ere mptors -;-<. -. -

named president of Superior Motels secure bids. for furnishing pr.opahe I order to. avoid the inevitablelast I nandina Beac .Yu1ee Chamber of prizes and gifts' during the celebration -' Monday .{or the purpose- of clearIng i I The State versus Eventt. Hill

Inc., an internajonal(:{ group. gas, ,gasoline, diesel fuel-I minute rush. Commerce directors' meeting and local residents may Hearing Friday On a number of cases from the':i Harp and George B, Hamlet on
Now comes another accolade for greases and oil to the county? for I Hall said ('hat he would be in 'I Tuesday. register at Lasserre's for the i fall term docket. Judge William charges of breaking and enteringin
the personable Johnny in the the next year. Callahan Saturday for the convenience Representatives from the thirteen contest. Shooting ChargedTo H. Maness will be on the bench. Callahan.
form of a full page feature art.! Jim Rylant has been jiamed by
Oxley informed the Board'thattax of motorists hi.that Crown counties are expectedto The cases are expected to continue The State versus Thomas. Rob.
ide in Hospitality a widely circulated :' revenue, not scheduled for immediate area. He will have tags for sale be in attendance at the meet'. Lksserre to manage the new ser- past Friday into the next ,inson on the charge of aggravated
magazine for.:. the hotel, expenditure was available at J. W. Higginbotham's :Grocery ing which will, convene at 1030 vice center and he.says there will ExPolicemanArvid week 'Unless some are settled before assault against Paul SobertLong

motel and resort industry. The and recommended that $200- from 10 i.m. to 2 p.m. a.m: President Chuck Flenniken be 'free candy for the ladies and they go to trial. and the State versus Ethel Williams
attlclff carries a large picture and 000 be invested in short that local delegation balloons for the kiddies duringthe Carroll, 28, former Bou-
term Those buying tags are urged to requested a large, Four criminal cases and three on a similar charge against
states that Johnny has been treasury notes. their 1962 registration be grand opening. lougne policeman, will have a 1
bring tag present. civil suits are on the docket. another woman. Both assault
named to the Hospitality Hall of i The ad points out the many preliminary hearing before County
his Between $1,500 and $1,700 slip.Bryant. Director Bob Askins reportedthat The criminal cases are the Stateof cases involve colored defendants.
Fame. 'The feature tells of services offered by the new addi- Judge J. EL Weatherford here
business would be realized on the interest, the annual Golf Tournamentwas I Florida versus Douglas Richards I Circuit Court Clerk D. O. lOX..
in the motel Lasserre's and 'adds thata of
background tion to Friday, on charges shooting a
Oxley pointed out. The Board being planned for the Fall and- John Luther Register on i\ ley said that A jury will be em-
and of his other local activities ReturnsAs complete paint and body shopwilals .45 calibre pistol into the plate
voted that this wa$ desirable and season- due to conflicting activities charges of larceny of outboard )ICharlene's panelled on Monday morning.Organizational .
throughout the years. Congrats, be a part of the center. glass of Stuckey's Shop at Bou-
authorized the investmentTax during the regularly scheduled

Johnny. Assessor Eddie McKendree Store ManagerFor season. -t Weekend l Sale lougne.An extensive investigation i was Presents I Meet
U. S. appeared before the Commission, Board members voted to parti
Coming into Florida on conducted by Sheriff H. J. Youn -
17 Jwas looking at the roadside t6 report on the progress of a pro. Food FairJames cipate in an anniversary ,program Scheduled By blood prior to Carroll being Gifts To WinnersAt For Fishing Club -

signs aimed at attracting motorists gram he has initiated to reclassify being sponsored by a Fitzgerald,' Senior Citizens charged with the shooting whicji I Grand OpeningDuring : Set February 19
all lands in Nassau County. Ga. television station, whereby .
i to Fernandina Beach and it Bryant has returned to occurred last month. ....
again struck me that we take no McKendree said that )he large Fernandina Beach t. resume his Fernandina Beach will be advertised I 'The Senior Citizens Club will Elmer Blankenship, operator of the grand opening last! I The Off.Shore Fishing .Club

advantage of the fact that we'reon timber holders in the county are former post of manager of the on the station for the next hold a Rummage, Cake and the shop, claimed the incident I' weekend of Charlene's, Fernan being organized and, sponsored by
Amelia Island. Islands pos cooperating in this program and local Food Fair store. five days, in return for offeringa Candy Sale on Thursday, Friday stemmed from an argument be. I dina Beach's newest ladies apparel the Fernandina Beach CoastGuard

sess a glamour far beyond that that their assistance will result in weekend here for onE. couple. and Saturday of this week, at jtween the former policeman and shop, two gifts in smart Auxiliary, will hall.its

of beaches: and I believe we consideable saving to the county : \ The up-coming Fiesta was discussed 113 Atlantic Avenue the future himself over an arrest last Dec sportswear lines were presented first meeting Tuesday evening,
should aim some future advertising Mayor Hollis Ray and J. L. E{. l and it was suggested that home p.f Appliance Sales and ember. Blankenship claimed i to winners of a drawing held Saturday I February 19, at 8 p.m. in'"the

to playing up this angle. I vin of Callahan appeared before i a qualified co-ordinator be employed Service. charges of drunkedness and resisting afternoon.Mrs. Game Room at the Recreation

think also that we should add the Board on behalf of the paving t .. '. I due to the extent of time The store 'will open at 9:00: arrest were trumped up W. T. Waas was winner ,.! Center. *-

more emphasis on the fact that of Mickler Street and the extension f' (Continued on Page Six) a.m. 'and close at 5:00: p.m. each and he forfeited a $150 cash I I of the sportswear drawing, and All fishermen and those Interested .

we have over 400 years of history of SR 115 in that city. day. Anyone wishing to supportthe bond. selected a pair of Queens slacks. I I in promoting the clufrffie

behind us, much of it during the Ray expressed his appreciationto i. ; Police Senior Citizens Club in this Carroll and his father Bou-i'Mrs. Waco Nunez was 'the other I! urged to attend. Wives are urnied

swashbuckling era of the buccaneers : the Board for their efforts on Training project may do so by providing lougne Police Chief A. R. Carroll, winner and chose a lovely white ,:. to the meeting, and to Ic
that haunted the Spanish this project in attempting to se- I: : ; I;.: rummage or cake and candy for Sr., both resigned last Saturday, Macshore blouse. members. ,.,

Main' and had many a rendeivou (Continued on Page Six) ,. "' $ .' ....W School Continues the'sale.. -- t !!'--UL:
in Fernandina harbor. Touristsare : 1w- ". ; For further information, phone

constantly searching for ncv Young Evangelist 1 kr > J I Thru This Week Sandy DeSandro, Director of
lI Recreation 261-5261.
and Interesting spots to visit si ,." ,, ,
A .
let's increase Our "pitch" with r To Hold Revival At I I

greater number and more invit Church Of God .1 I The Fernandina Beach Police Rev. Ran HumphreysTo 1iiiiP1Iiia IMiu1A

,ing igns. There arc many fi-a .\ Department, under the directionof I Conduct Revival
'tures that can be added along He,'., David Fernandez, assistant Police Chief J. R. Parker i31

with U miles of unobstructed pastor of a Miami church, wil : conducting a Police Training Opening Sunday .. ..
bathing and driving beach, on' preach in revival at the Churcr : .1rtJ" School which began February 4 ;. Rev. Ran Humphreys, pastor- II. I

of the finest golf courses in th1 of God at 4th and Cedar Streets ii' Lf : and continuing until February 15, evangelist, will bring the mes- II

'state, Fort Clinch State Park beginning Sunday February 17, when the second class will grad- !sages at a revival to be held at i ;,
the shrimp and menhaden fleet and continuing until March 3.' Services Bryant first came to this.city uat I his church, North 14th St. Bap- f'. 1 P..: Ici

the world's first waterway welcome !- will be each night at 7:30 'rom Waycross, Ga.. in 1959 as Classes are held at City Hall, tist Church, beginning February rti. i
tation, just to name a few with an approximate 20 law en- 17 until February i M '_ -
p.m.Rev. assistant manager and was elevated and continuing .. -' '.S,
(Continued on Page Six) I Fernandez is 19 years oi to manager in October of 1960. forcement officers attending the ; .. A

ige and has been studying evan He is married to the former first session completed last Fri 27.The opening service will be

gelism for nine months. He plays.he held Sunday at 11 o'clock and
- Historical SocietyTo Betty Murray of Waycross and day.Taking
guitar accordian: and sings. they are the parents of Sandra instruction were ChiefJ. Rev. Humphreys will bring the

Install OfficersOn Rev. Marvin Johnson pastor of 15, and Patsy, 10. R. Parker H. L Kitchens, V. message each evening at 7:30.

February 24 .he Church of God, extends a cor- The Bryants who are renew W. Guest Nick Smith, Bobby There will be special music anda
jial invitation to all of this city friendships here this week Moore and Raymond Brookins of special interest for; the children -
the January 14th genera' ind to attend the City Police Dept., Emory ,
At surrounding areas will reside on' South' 16th Street. I at each service. Free Bibles jLL
- meeting of the Gen. Duncan La all services. Bryant succeed, John, Boyd as Walker R. R. Geiger, Colon Sikes, I will be given Jo a boy and girl ___ : -
mont Clinch Historical Society of ,S'I Louis McKee and Robert Steffens, each evening. I -- --r-
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A'melfa Island; presided over bj Yulee High Band manager ) all of Sheriff H. J. Youngblood's! I The public is cordially invited
President Bill Webb, a slate o- Dept., H. 0. Hood and E. W. Yar- attend.
to ,
officers for the coming year wa: : Fo Present ProgramAt Prior To boroiigh, Security Officers from I

prepared for presentation at th School FridayThe 3e Celebraitf'A_ :t Cecil Field, Jacksonville, and Ernest Fire BOY SCOUTS, who took over city government for a half-day last Friday are s1tp:

general meeting held Januatf Howell and Joseph L. ; Department at City Hall after being sworn in by Mayor E. J. Smith, right. The event is an annual

24tL Yulee High School Band )t. Peter's Sunday Graves.A I i Answers 20 Alarms feature here of Boy Scout Week. The -Sciuts and their respective posts are, ftfTnt

'Bill Galphm announced installa inder the direction of E. E. Foo- \\iThe Rev. Henrt'W': Prior Chap- luncheon was held Friday at During January row, left to right, Lee Godwin, commissioner; Steve Adams, commissioner; Ted Anderson

tion of the officers will be hek Thee, will present a program oi llin at Jacksonville < University i. Seaside Inn. Present were those t. ,_ commissioner; Chip Lee, city maniger; Danny Fullwood, city i judge; Joe
at the Febraury 24 meeting anr .ight classical and popular music will be the Celebrant rcf Holy attending 'the school, Mayor E. J. The Fernanaina Beach Fire Weatherford, director of finance; David Walters, building inspector; Robert Johnson;
Dr Ralph Wolf is expected tr Friday evening, Communion at St.-. Peter's Epis- Smith Acting, City Manager I Dept. answered 20 alarms in the fireman and Eugene
director Taylor Hank Bailey,
of recreation Billy policeman; ;
the guest speaker. The cODc rt'will begin at 8 Opal Church on. Sunday, February Clayton Sanders and George Me- month of January according to ;
i .
Discussion of projects for th' p.m. at the Yulee High auditor.. 17, at both the 7:30 a.m. and Bride and William P. Kittel from I' a report from Fire Chief Hoyt King: fireman. Back row, left to right, Michael l Leary, mayor; Jerry Bunch, commissioner
Perkins Johnson, fire chief; Billy Miller, sanitary engineer; Frank Fi la,
'Will also be on the prVrrara ium. 10:00: .m. senricesly! the F.B.I. office ,in Jacksonville. I Lofton. ;
rear Time and place for the meeting There will be no admission He will also be-the Celebrant at Diplomas were' presented by Fire loss was estimated at $4- police chief; John- Harrison, city engineer, and. Frank Harrison. On Friday night -all

will be announced. A full attendance charge and the public is cordially Good:; Shepherd Mission at 8:50: Mayor E. J. Smith.Continued t 500 to property valued at. $6- the troons enjoyed a giant campout on the ,vacant lot across_ from Waas Drug Store

U urged. I invited to' attend. ...m..tf, ( en, Fag'e )"*/ 000.. ...1. '_ .. .. '.. and on Saturday an exposition\. was staged for ,the general public -?**<> T'Km


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511 ASH' STREET PHONES 3686 iis1 fK'h' w tjfeur fiwifla Los7 The: fEHiio.r' their jobs this ftnonth' because of ___
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Prepared By l' .Feb. 8, 1963 j "The problem that confronts us j jI 'John Michael Davis 6, TOlit

ff,otft NATIONAL EDITORIAL ; ( THE'FirORfDA'B'AR( omati.s11s4J I today is Adult Education. Almost i j T. Sgt. and Mrs. Ronald E. -{)a-sy
f t1 I 1 Fernandina Beach [I a quarter-million adults' died February 4 in a hospital in _

r c*: L''IAf/S)1c.lTldN. The Statewide Organization of Lawyers-- Judges I News Leader' iI Meeting lir '(fegular _session.t there in Florida "returned to ; San Antonio, 'Texas. Funeral .was
1 Dear 'Sir I | schools last Who are these? fI } held Sunday at -4 at' the?
e U'CfA1O 111IEHrtv1td: s.lt 4' Sponsored by Nassau County Bar Association I : Weanesdjjy( oZj 'at Seaside Inn..1- year. p.m.
.. "' L st' week my ,mother 'and i Rotariaris*heard'' an informative > Men and women of an'ages North 14th'Street l1a tnt Chu>'di, _
'I ABOAUDITED PAID CIRCULATION father were vacationing at the $i those who attended little if i vith Rev. Ran"Humphre7'pa g:..,
... Published 'every'Thursday'and entered" at the Post Office Who Js A, IjiT? i. 'real estate or insurance, : : j urf Motel 'in your .cit7. 'M oth r I address Augustine bl'"At, areas Anderson supervisor. S\of\ school as a child,-.some Y1" tor, officiating. -B\ ral was id _
,> -I FernandinaBeach..-Tlonda, as 'second class mail'xnatter.' A lawyer Is 'an'officer .of the I impossible: for abe non-Iawy tl' Buffered a heart attack and only 'Adult d'4 J tional ;Education finished high school,. -,and I Basque Bello Cemetery _
.. .. 'S bs&ipU Ratn: v tourt 'authorized Ao 'explain the 'familiar with the whole'1 $ived 30 hours., My father called r with the'alg Department of college graduates. For many ft is1! In addition to his parentwhii
nlf", t, '$4'a year -' $2.25 months -'$1.23 3 Months i taw to, his clients and to :represent of law even in a particular'] l: :a11 the children four 'of us, and i Education.. alII Ii a deep personal need, and f91"1 make their home in San Antonio, _
'$4-50 a year out of 'ounty lhem.1in.-court. "'in Tlorida, or subject, not to mention l ii' we rushed to her b&hide. The i I (! nv4 Houston' ,'iapp many the sudden realization! be is survived by. a brother,
other li Introduced ; '
in" order to qualify for'admissionto concerning subjects people there' soon, heard of us I they'are unprepared the task Claude Eugene Davis of San Antonio _
: : .. the''Bar one 'nrjst'he'a citizen to be 'involved.. Jo protect thin., and our sorrow.' ever before in I I progran .Chairman, the speaker of earning'a lliring- itt our present ; his maternal grandparents,
federationAlphabet"!: ijf :the United "States--=arid 'must dividual member of the public my life have I met friendlier I brought.oujLj'1h f impact of auto- society", the Speaker said. Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Davis of Blai- _
.. have completed! at least five i who needs truly expert help the people or have I seen ,the typical mation and change on"the under- In conclusion ':Ande on told ofa shear, Ga.:, his 'patetnal grandparents -
It is'a'shoCking fact that'1,342; :menfarid'women. iirNassaxTCounty years of college training three I right to practice law is vested southern hospitality exemplified educated" and' the resulting' probe program designed to reach and I i 'Mr: and Mrs. Cktuda _

cannot read 'a-newspaperor: 'fill 'oUt 'a'simple t!)>f them 'in'an accredited'law college 1.. I exclusively in trained experts.". .{more sincerely. The :good ',Methodist lems. teach the 260,000 'illiterate 'and Davis of Fernandina Beach; and _
employment 'application. ''Their'eyesight is :good 'and they ; 'then 'his character must 'be What Services Do Lawyers :' ';'' and Baptist ,people called at "Despite the emphasis placedon functionally'illiterate ,ta read and, his maternal great-grandmtitHer!\ ,
'are nentally capable yet 'they 'cannot)read,or write as well approved after 'a searching investigation Render? the hospital to offer whatever education county and ,state write, "Operation 'AIphabet."Thiais Mrs. Irene Wright of West Palm
County's of :his moral fitnessto A lawyer can help wheneveryou wide since 1947 about onethirdof televisionseries .) _
as your. sixth-grade )'oungster.lThey are our assistance 'they could. The Baptist a '20-week Beach.
functional illiterates. practice law; ,and finally, he nave a problem or performan and the Methodist ministers ,our'boys and girls fail to fin 'whf h goes! on the -air February

Until recently, 'America's ,11 'million illiterates\ :have must 'SutCessf lly pass'a rigorou3 business act that involves the law. Any were most kind"to'us.A Mr-'Cox ish high 'School,As a result,statewide 25'at'6'ato."each,weekday.on.Station -I I Beach was,' gueet of Rotamri _

been able to find jobs Without *gr at !diffic lty. : Unskilled examination 'in 'many 'fields, of transaction every -instrument invited my father 'to his home :57 percent of 'the adult pop. ""WFGA Channel 12, and on John Weisner, Superintended 'of _
I labor was in demand. 'That :situation is changing rapidly, law given by the Florida Board you sign or agreementyou the, first night 'for "dinner. Mrs. ulation 25 years of age and over Station 'WJCT, Channel ,7, from Public In fruction. Senk,-s. Brti
and the changes have frightening implications for the'under* 6f:Bar ;Examiners, under the make, any accident you have, 3. B. Newsome of 'South 17thpSt have less than a high school edu. 7:30 until '8 pm. on 'Mondays, Cook, Cha'rles Courson and.. Jim _
general supervision of the Flo- and countless other situations,, invited allot us tor'their :home I cation..'More than 260,000 have_ Wednesdays and"Fridays.VisitingRotarians'were. Campbell were guests of the,cTnb.
I educated men 'and women 'in our'Society.Today's Ida :Supreme' Court. may require the advice of TOO? for dinner the second 'night.Dr. less ',thana 4th grade .education; <' A. 'A. I John L Gregory and Chink

employer frequently demands 'a high school What 'Are Bis Duties? lawyer. He can give ,you adviceon Cecil Brewton and 'the :hospital -' and about'60,000<
J I diploma as a basic requirement for employment. He takesa His first duty is.to see that your legal problems by telling staff were most kind, 'considerate ," 'And rson quoted. Le'db tter, -"Brunswick,' Ga., Herb 'members by, Snap Stone. -' ____
dim \'iew'of hiring a man or woman who may be a hazard persons who employ his ,services you what to do or nbtt to1 and 'efficient in' :their "With'!he increased demand rWinter, Media,' Ohio Breck New- It was announced; .a' Rotary
Jo himself air' others because he cannot read safety: are given the benefit 'of 'all 'the do; he can prepare written In- professional services. My :mother!t for .technicians: and highly skilled ion; '",rid Mr. McVey,' Jacksonville: Fireside Chat would 'be hild

directions! cannot read job instruction 'sheets or information -; legal Irights 'they ,'enjoy ,'in 'connection struments such be as contracts and did not go lacking for anything ( laborers what 'happens .to thi! [tlttach. Thursday February 1 21; at'the
deeds he able to settle
about company rules'and benefits.: Such job ar with the problems they I ; may during her last hours 'and they j segment of our population? They Reuben 'Bennett of Jacksonville-i home, {)f Rqtarian., Harry, -Sahlman.,
I plicants are quickly! weeded out, and the situation of these' bring to him. lie is sworn to with disputes for you of trouble out of and court did everything( make her-com-L.: .. -, .. -. ,---- -_. -- __'_".- .. .. -" --' ,..,-.. 4.iBrfty ,

rejected individuals is often tragic. conduct his cases in an orderly a he saving expense in- fortable., You certainly 'havt 'a tI I "
; can represent you '
""Thanks.. to Station WFGA, Channel 12 .and WJCT, manner and so that .they may the civil courts where disputesover hospital i in your ity to 'be most

$ Channel' 7, the county public school system, and many cooperating .. be decided not make upon their merits. He .property, money, damages, proud l to bf.them We and will'toall ever' 'the be grateful 'kindness -! A s fA iflicture '" .
civic agencies a new avenue of hope will soon be may an agreementsnor and family .relationships determined
incur any obligations which shown to .us.iThe1Rev., 'Mr. .. -- > ... ', ,
open to these undereducated men and women. On February ; and he can render innumerable 'ti Minister -
Jones, the MthOdist r- 1 J .l -
might his client's interests
2o television series Aeop'ardize other services because ..
a unique new "Operation Alphabet, stayed 'right )by 'twr side and '''8S I ;' ;.#p'II ,
will enable them to learn how to read 'and write in the I of his training and experiencein indeed a comfort, 'to ,ray, father, ; '
'privacy of their own homes. Can Anyone Pradite'Law? i the law. Here are just a few the:Rev. Glenn ;Smith, 'a'retired k '

1 'The key to the success of this -all-out 'attack on illiter- No one but duly ,admitted I of the many common problemsin Methodist Minister 'in- South ;_ '

acy 'lies in enlisting the ;''help of all citizens. Illiterates members of the Bar, may prac. which_ a lawyer can be of Carolina. ., : _
darinct, read the 'daily newapaperand other printed mater- tice law '(except that any se- i help; buying or selling'real estate The owners of the. motel were ..

I ',telling about "Operation 'Alphabet." *Sp if you:'have ;,a spdnsible adult may, if he wishes, signing contracts, tax will and kind and sympathetic .and 'made
estate making ,
problems a
friend '
_ f teJHtimabout 'Operation 'Alphabet" -and'encourage"him' to which he 'is a direct party). or property, opinions on 'My request is that you,>please '. .
Before one can be a lawyer and persons of .
notice in Y9ur"pap'er
watch the program regularly. You 'will i I be doirig your another in titles to real estate business organizations write a
friend, and your community 'a realservice.. represent court or I and domestic 'difficulties. how 'much we deeply ;"appreciate t
make of
a practice giving legal all the kindness shown to us
advice he must have met the of'' >,: ,
: in city a ,town ,
your \ '
I while
high standards laid down by the What Is The Best Time ToGo '! :

Supreme Court for admission to I To ,A.. Lawyer? friendly. people.If will publish this notice, ; -it 'Y. ; > .:: '
I her srNo BdttcrBuyThanCar f l 1tParote the Bar. This restriction isfor The best time is before, not 'I please send me ,a copy and I will'' ){. ; > ; :
_ : '
in legal l
the protection of the public. after you are some local
it to our newspaper
: then give
In an incisive speech 'delivered in Jacksonville' cently, .
There trouble. Just doctor can I
are approximately fifty as your : that they 'can' print a ? 44 a
Chairman Roy W. Russell of the Florida Probation and I: different legal subjects or fieldsof better help you ifhe is given 'a i similar so notice. 'I want ,all :the ) \' A& .LAA44 ;,..gat1 b
1 Parole Commission noted the commission's unified efforts law. Any set .of facts may chance to practice preventive states to know of 'the southern .
\Uth judges Having criminal jurisdiction in oping with I I involve one or more of these \ medicine, so your lawyer can I hospitality l in Terna n3fna"Beach, ,I
F rida's increasing crime problem. Throughout its 21-year subjects or fields. While a non- save you both money and diffi- I am certainly going to recommend '

history, one of the commission's biggest headaches has |i lawyer 'might have a good deal ; culties if you consult with him' ,Fernandina Beach to ". .- ; "
I b&n{ ''a shortage of funds necessary to carry its vital share of knowledge about one partic-l j first when any ,legal change in I any vacationers to Florida and"i "S ,,, A :

ofithe load. The 1963, Florida Legislature which will gather -I ular field or subject, such asKjwanjansHeur your position is planned. someday I hope ta return therewith

in April should see that the reasonable requests of the .my family on vacation. .
commission for its activities during the coming bienniumare I I Thanking you in advance for .

gra ted. Tax dollars, are more wisely spent ont proba- : i dersonFuner r your service I am,

tion' than on any other activity, related to ,the confinement Respectully'jours., ,
rehabilitation of those who violate the ,law. ,;Russell Te!U! of f Held .Sunday-At Mrs.. Janet Smith Plyler .
II 1 1I P.S. ,All the names, are as fol- .
Simply to:place an offender behind bars is at best ,a I .
temporary remedy. It makes far more sense to follow the.I WorkInBoIiviBY Chester Baptist :' Jows.. Mr :. ,C. J. Clarfc", : ',Greenwood, .
course offered by parole: careful review of the offender's, .' ,- .. :

I record, his attitudes and potential in a parole situation; TOMMY HALL I Mrs. Hattie Mae Anderson, 82, S.C.Mrs.. Fred E. Plyler, Lancaster, I I .'a, Florida lake, framed ,bY'' spreading trees and! forest I green. Have fun in Flor

as a Ydfmal members decision of the on Florida parole Parole by a well-qualified Commission and group releaseof such At the Kiwanis meeting on : was laid to rest Sunday. in' Chester ,- Ii s. ,c. ; Jr. Chap- i ida's outdoors, ,but, take. caret! Florida woodlands s.and. forests provide employment
; : Glenn Smith ,
I Monday Program Chairman Eddie Cemetery following funeral Rev. '' '
I formore' than 50,000 .
those prisoners 'qualified en a basis providing some con- McKendree presented as guest j,service at '2 p.m. in the Chester j lain, Cherry Point,U. C.I' 'persons. j
trol, assistance ahd supervision well the of Callis Saginaw, When :woods fire strikes? : :
1 as as assurance I speaker Dave ..Russell 'who is Baptist Church. Rev. Harris Mrs. Kenneth <
_I return to confinement if any unlawful activity is resumed. I wOrking in the Tax Assessor's Touchton, pastor, officiated: Assisted -I'Michigan. I I All'FIoridians share in :the, tragic* loss which! comes when forests' are1hitby.costly

__;I Those] are the human reasons but there also are important -.j! office in connection with the reevaluation by Rev. J. M. Drury ,'.bf'. All of us werevtreated royally : and; dangerous wildfire.: During: the 'first/six months of, 191)2 'an average 10,000 acres,
-M financial reasons for supporting'the commission. I and mapping service Jacksonville. and we are, most gratefulThank I
daily ; byforet fire in Fl ridar' .
were swept
It offers the state the most effective and economical method program. Mrs. Anderson the widow J 6f: You*. I ,
a known for handling CO per cent of its convicted felons. The I The speaker entertained mem- George W. Anderson who 'made'' tI "Wildlife is harassed. Human lives are endangered, and traffic snarled in the'blind a

cost of parole is about one-tenth that of putting 'them' in bers with a slide projector pre her home in Yulee, passed atvay I Trade-At: me I kiud..oLdwe :smoke. hanging over 'highways and thoroughfareJ.I. .

prison. The Parole Commission can provide supervision and sentation and talk of his recent;I early last' Friday in a'Pernahdina. .
control over selected offenders at a cost of about 40 cents experiences in Bolivia South America Beach hospital. "J li \ *
a where he with his .She is survived by two '!<6"h3,i 'Guard Your Forest Treasure. "
day for each person. The cost 'keeping a convict in the : : :
family to serve in the missionaryfield. Ira E. 'Anderson and :Alvin 1L ii Dozier & (Gay ; : :
prison system is at i .

The unity of cQmputed action between$3.25 the a commission day. and criminal He. presented many illustrations -' daughters Anderson, both Mrs. Annie of. Yulee 3Iae; 'Cobk iiiuV, Granblite Exterior 'for I ; 1 Pays To :l1e
court judges stands on many foundations. High i of the life of the Inca Indians and Mrs. Vandalia Fresmanbothof Block, Masonry or Asbestos : : .

___ among them is a desire to accomplish rehabilitation. Judges their manner of living i Yulee, Mrs. Corrine Scott,''; Shingle t :.
I help by starting the process early with the pre-sentence investigation II I their social customs and means O'Neil :Mrs. Frances Walters, White or Colors i' o:, .\ I :

_ and by applying the indeterminate sentence. I of providing for the, necessitiesof Jacksonville; a sister Mrs. Elizabeth _,' a, .... OR.DA_ J National I ".B&riic 1' t

i The commission accomplishes its part by careful screening' life. Shuman, Blackshear Ga.ii;Ii $395GaIt'z .,",**;. ," ,,. ., : ,
f "
and post-release control. But to succeed, it must have the II As the slides illustrated, the 32 grandchildren, 40 great-grand : '** Mr.u..l'M 'i.'O..AI'UAI... ( <,.,";! M
necessary:: men! and funds. natives use little clothing and children and one great-great ... : FcntM&RaBeecf -
; Even so, the commission has 'a remarkable record. In : in fact find clothing detrimental ,' grandchild. ,: -I .
V 21 years it has released 13,850 convicts and more than 80 to health. They become sickly! Pallbearers were six of her; -, ec_, 1e.... .v."w.. "":'__ ,,-,,,,, I'
when they attempt to wear the grandsons James 4-nderson.. George < c.' .. .... t
per cent of them have become law-abiding citizens. In contrast t- I .
p clothing of more civilized peo. Scott, Paul Cook, Lindy -
about 70 cent of U. S. '
per prisoners discharged with- '
out, parole recommit serious crimes and return to prisons. I fact pIes. The that speaker while we emphasized.Americans the i Scott Cook., Billy Freeman Conroy il I i L-i

The commission's 1963-64 appropriation increase is for I who are accustomed to soft living '" -- f' II I

A two primary'purposes, hiring 35 additional parole supervis: might consider life in the 'County Cattlemen, irp'i I : ; TE

_ ors and salary increases to> reduce its annual loss of one- South American j jungles some- ...., = :
third of its trained personnel to higherpayingagencies." I thing not to be desired' thereis Can Get Emergency 7,.: ,. .; ,'', ,
The increase should be granted. Few better investments a rare soul-fitting satisfaction Livestock 'feed .
; for tax dollars -will be open to the 1963 Legislature. that one derives in bringing God !
Florida TimesUnionBARBARA'S to these primitive peoples. | Congressman D R. '(Billy) .
-, Russell plans :to return to Bol- I Matthews advised the News- \ ,
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H livia and the Andes Mountains, Leader this week that emergency %_ .
near the vicinity of La Paz, at livestock feed from Commodity .
1KIDDIE IK'AMP( : I [an early date to resume his'work Credit Corporation is available : .

I as a minister of God. through March 31 to Nassau
: .
FOR The speaker said that from an County cattlemen at 75% support .... .
M'ORKING t economic necessity he, as a trained price for foundation herds and ,.., .
SHOPPING engineer, must seek this workto 100% support price for other -... '
tREUAXING'110THERS' provide for his family but that eligible cattle. 4 .

SUPERVISED. ,PLAY STORY TIME LUNGR his true work lies among the For further details cattlemen .
NAP TIMENOW Bolivian people rand,'be' looks for- I are urged to contact their ASCS --
ward to an early return. office. ,
OPEN 7:00 >&IJTO"6:00; P31, I .
The invocation was given by .
I Barbara Bryan, :2109 'Florida 'Ave. Rev. C. Clyde Levergood, a member : Counties lReceive ____ __ ,
Counselor : tf the 'Saint t
Kamp Phone 261.5238 and president -- .
-1 '- : Clair Pennsylvania 'Kiwanis Club, $29,000 'ShorVof 'j I
--' -- who is visiting his brother-in-

I WE SPECIALIZE, IN law Kiwanian, George Bert Hitchcock.'Maxwell was Race 'Track. ifoxTALLAHASSEE State : {BUY {IT"Jnst !FD v lJu E f' :

I receiving congratulations on the Comptroller Ray E Green said a u" 1 i
/Automatic Trflrtfmissron Repairs J arrival of a new son, born Feb. today race track tax checks for put an Oldsmobild Dynamic 88 on the road and New StyleTtO! "d Ughf you PRocket action to exclt yoU I 1

I 5th.Club $29,000 will be mailed to each of watch it win ''you over! Graceful &&*3j j%"/-elegant :

BrdkcJRebuifdmgWheel'Alignment l a President *Bryan Raus. the. 67 counties. appointments full-size. comAliV r,. :280-h.p. ,74g&5' !
Green ,&aid..thiS will the ./ ) :
chest presided. bring
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Rocket N-8 performance. And with* all ,that / .
GENERAL REPAIRS, ON ALL MAKES ;MODELS total received by each countyfor
Dynamic'88 is Oldsmobile's lowest-priced full-size ,
ads and the current' fisea1.to' f821OOO, :
tOur Shop your newspaper r
series smartest,, buy in the medium-price"field! f3.Lt3S.MO: BILE :
Repair Facilities Are The Finest, Best '.Equipped i keep the savings in your own or,500 'more 'than, received, for : .
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pocketbook. the comparable period last year
and 1 loSt\3I dem\In To\TIl !
: Each of the 67 counties received .. There's ?omethlnq.Exlta"aboUlvwnng in'OLDSMOBILEI :

j Do 'Read' Even 'a total of 1203,000 ,last t f .
riii HARREI.l'S"AUTO People year, which was 'the largest*in ------------ SEE YOU,LOCAL AUTHORIZED .OLDSMOBILE QUAUTVMAU --------------- :
tj1tii .SERVICE' It 'The.Smallest ,,Ads the history of the race track tax. "

South Eighth 'Street .In ifheNews..Lead'er.. The best way to combat'afor- :232'South8thStreet Reynold's Motor ;Co.l 261-3122 Phone 1 :

-- "Your Rambler Dealer" ". You :Are est fire is-prevent 'it-fromstart-

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? ___ News-Leader, Fernandina BeachrFIorida.-Thursday, February 14, 1963 Page Three!
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St. Paul's Chapter aa7C r Hostesses: Compliment Mrs. Roy Lentjes .
Little Women and Mothers HonoredAt t. .3 \ I
AhS .Y} .,yE>:'x I Has Luncheom'MeetWith u a. a+n Wy. 'S *' ,, With Shower At Whitney HallA
k ) k w

Tea February 6 At Woman's ClubThe Mrs. .Brooks. ..k?'y,' '. ,1 ; I beautiful\ Valentine 'motifprovided I
St. Paul's Chapter'VI'\ of The the setting Thursday Mrs. Gray Hostess ,

Little Women and their Shop committee chairman: Mrs. Women of St. Peters Episcopal I I ra: evening, 'when Mrs. Roy Lentjes, In' February To
mothers were guests pf honor at D. C. Land, thanked! all who had Church met at the home of Mrs. the: former Miss Gail Wood, way

the regular monthly meeting of helped in any way with the shop Windle Brooks on Tuesday, Feb- (honored at a bridal shower at Annie Brown CircleThe
the, Woman's Club of Fernandina project and asked for good used : Whitney Hall of the Episcopal
12 a.-k with 8
ruary 11:00 Annie Brown Circle of Memorial -
Beach on Wednesday, February clothing, cleaned and pressed, to members present. I Church. Methodist Church met at

6. The Little Women presentedthe be sold at' the shop.! Following the devotional, Mrs.A. Hostesses for the affair were the home of Mrs. Robert Gray for

program. It was announced that a covered C. Markham, 'program chairman I I I Mrs. E. V. Garcia, Mrs. A. C. its February meeting. There were

Miss Judi Hitchcock, president, dish supper for club memo presented a film entitled, J Markham, Mrs. Wendle Brooks eight members present and two
introduced the other officers of bers and their husbands will be "The Bible Is Put Into Writing", I I and Miss Lynn Sheffield. guests, Mrs, Fannis Jones and
th'e.c; Little Women, after which held at the club 'house March 1 from the series of "How Our For the occasion, Mrs. Lentjes Mrs. Steve Spence.
the devotional was given by Miss at 6:30 p.m.Preceding. Bible Came To Ud,"". embracing y,%':';:: wore a becoming candll: !g''t '
Kathy Hardee. the meeting, Mrs. the period from the earliest cen- sheath with a fitted lace bod'ee' !{rs. Toby Powell, circle dta.ir:

.Miss Louise Kaney rendered a Frank Hawks, Mrs. J. R. Hut- turies to our present day revise and a matching satin cummer I man, opened >vith prayer and welcomed
vocal solo accompanied at the chins Mrs. H. D. Cook Mrs. J. the members and gusts.Miss
ion of the Revised Standard Ver bund. She was presenteJ a corsage -
piano by Miss Dawn Garcia. A B. Cleland, Mrs. Frank Butler, sion. After showing the film, of white carnations trim- Lynn Hitchcock presented

fashion show, moderated by Miss Mrs. Warren Cargal, Mrs. Ben Mrs. Markham led the group in } med with ;red hearts, by the hos- the Missionary Education' pro
Margie Brewton, followed with I Clark, Miss Marie Cone, Mrs. F. a discussion of the various reaCt tesses. gram, using a* her subjse: *, 'WfirtIt
the modeling of the favorite L. Cook, Mrs. Louis Bohannonand is. Like To Be Underdeveloped1A
of the in the The table
tions public comparison seryswith was
clothes of the Little Women featuring Mrs. C. B. letter from the mbsionary'1'5
and I whit lace
of the two Bibles handsome
$ a
which told the mission
read of
campus, informal and I hostesses for tea. the acceptance of the public of I i .'(:: cloth outlined with garlands 01 hospital. .
formal clothing, including the The tea table, carrying out the Markham
the new version. I ivy.: Miss Ginny poured The doled with
latest fashion, "petti-pants". Valentine theme, was centered ____ red fniit punch from a large was
The following announcements the benedictioa, after which
r re-
modeled had
Many, of the clothes with a silver candelabra holdingfive month made i ,. crystal bowl at one end cf the
for the coming were t
the : reshments were semd byJh l
been made by girls. white tapers entwined with __ table and Miss Junie Markham
Windle Brooks
Mrs. chapter
.. hostess.
mothers ,
the ;
Following program, red and white carnations. Mrs. H. a:: tiyy; b
Women chairman: Annual Shrove Tues- a@::,,;::.:;;a.:. a: oa,;:;:? ;ixx; Yy: presided at the silver coffee ssr-
of the Little were ?a:':; '?: )
W. Fishier and Mrs. Exteen Cor- day Pancake Supper to be held .avaAwrr.wowvt'::isr..wukxx+xwLWxeaa c'wx.wY.ti"a; s>::eaCab: C vjce at the other end. The centerpiece -
recognized.The bett presided at the tea service. 'a beautiful arrangement Children HC'nor ...
February 26 at 5:30: p.m.; the THE CLUB of the three-act was '
WOMAN'S presented two witty comedy"Adam's
business meeting was pre- members and performances ,
Greeting guestsat of red and *
gladiolas gypso- arents At Dinner
sided over by the president, Mrs.. the door were Mrs. J. C. Bennett usual charge of 50c and 75c luncheon will Evening," last week at the Woman's Club on Jean LaFitte Blvd The talented ena*, flanked by silver candelabra -

G, T Davis and Mrs. E. P. Wilson. be made; A covered dish March cast, starring Col. Walter Preston and Evelyn Rvlant, performed before a cap p holding lighted white tape On 17tK Anniversary:
will be
Mrs. K. W. Robison led the The held will be acity audience Thursday and Friday evenings Seated are, Cissy Carpenter who por s. Dainty, white heart cakes,
pledge to the hag and the club EDNA s. WARD CLASS Mrs.14. Carmen iiiest Ibanez speaker, who will trayed Rozetta Fragoni, the Dr.'s wife; Col. Preston, who played the lead role of Adam centered with a red candied Valentine Mr. honored and Mrs.with Rudy anniversary Vinzantwere !
collect Mrs. J. B. Newsome, Adams and Evelyn Rylant, co-starring as Anna Adams. Standing from left are beautiful an
Cuban ; were served from a -
the refugee
dinner 6 .
speak February givenat
chairman of the Philanthropic The Edna S. Ward Bible Classof
and the work of our Heulette Penton as Mrs. Cokes, Isla Knight as Mrs. Bean, Lewis Bean as Elmer Green, mounted crystal platter by
85 childrenwere Memorial Methodist Church problem their home by their children,
committee having, reported dental defects cor- will meet Tuesday, February 19 Church in the Episcopal Latin- Molly Pipkin as Gertie the maid, Col. Eber, Philips as Casper the butler, Mercury Miss -Susan Baughman. Favors of Laura Marie, Harold .R.ifksj

rected. at 8 for its regular monthly American Center in Miami. Mrs. Kavouklis as Dr. Fragoni, and Press Jameson as Mr. Cokes. party mints, held in white net George and Floyd. The occasionwas
I p.m. Photo By)T. H. King tied;;with red satin ribbons, were
visit twen-
Mrs.. J. H. White, Jr., chair. meeting.The Ibanez is able to only their 17th wedding annlver-
nits of the gerontology committee I meeting will be held at ty churches and it is fortunate presented to each guest. sar] and the birthday of Mr..
,*announced a rummage sale i: the home of Mrs. Michael Pikula, that she will be able to visit St. I Engagement ToldMr. I Mrs. H.: L. Higgfnson Gives Arrangement Appropriate party games were Vinzant. -

anTH&Ve sale would 6e held Feb.. with Mrs.: Kathleen Davis as co- Peters. Time and other arrangements Demonstration For Azalea Garden ClubThe played' with prizes going to A lovely anniversary cake,

rua y14, 15, and 16. The Thrift hostess. will be announced later. s:. Mrs! F. G. Lambright and Mrs. cards and gifts marked the occasion -
The Women were asked to con Azalea Garden Club held Robert Babb. with a special birthdaycake

tact Mrs. Markham, chairman of its February meeting at the Recreation Golden Circle Class lie' honoree received a shower for Mr. Vinzant.Mr. .

Isolated Churchwomen, with Center at 3 p.m. Tuesday of gifts from a table overlaid Hubert Kennedy of >Bwd-
Dixieland knowledge of. anyone who mightbe Each member invited two guestsso Meets Tuesday With with white satin, draped at enton, was present for the 'Oc-

Only ill, and requested that every that as many as'possible could< Mrs. Mary Pickett each corner and caught with a casion. .
alOe one make an effort to keep in have the pleasure of watching a nosegay of red camellias and -- --' ---
very close touch with each otherat flower arranging demonstration. The Golden Circle Sunday fern. Red satin ribbons extended
time. Stewardship conferences School Class of First Baptist
At this Hostesses were Mrs. Nancy Sei from the table to the background
.h' ., Store will be held at Camp M Church met Tuesday night for arrangement, of red hearts outlined
15.17 and at Geor- bert, Mrs. H. D. Lohman and Mrs. its regular monthly session at the
Weed, March : l in .ruffled lace; centered
w'..,. gia Conference Center near LeRoy McMurray. home of Mrs. Mary Pickett. Mrs. with clusters of red camellias. QuaIity.

a"' Woodbine,, Ga., March 2931. Delicious refreshments were Jean Boles served as co-hostess. Among. the guests, enjoying the

L L Men and women are welcome. served preceding the meeting.The Mrs. Pickett gave an i interesting affair were Mrs. Mary Evelyn

Father Neil Gray will be the president, Mrs. Seibert, devotional entitled, "Prayer Wood, mother of the bride, Mrs. for the 1
leader at both conferences. Reservations opened with the club The Works Every Hour" from ,Billy Y. F, Lentjes of Mississippi,

I must be in by March business meeting was prayer.dispensed* Graham's book, "My Answer". mother. of the bridegroom, Mrs. hard of hearing
8th. Mrs. Brooks reported a request \y with to allow more time for the Mrs. Ralph DuBois followed with Bobble 6'Leary, Mrs. Alice Boy i,i "'

F F for one member from each visiting speaker.Mrs. prayer. dine; -Mrs. Barbara Clark, Mrs. ;
w.s r' Chapter please volunteer to help The minutes were read and the Alice .DertT, Mrs. Nell Adams, -
with the covered dish luncheonon H. J*. Scofield announcedthat < treasurer's report was given. It jjrs. Etta Mae Lambright, Mrs. Ii itcUw
the Rose Club
bringingtwo ;
E March 14. and Mrs. Albert Alvarez well was was decided to take half of the Martha Jean Puletti, Mrs. Betty
I qualified speakers
At the close of the meeting a the treasury funds and help some; Gaines, Miss Susan Baughman,
announce engagement of St. Augustine for double
covered dish luncheon was en their a session needy person; and that each member !Miss Junie Markham, Miss HEARING
daughter, Delores program to be held at theWoman's AIDS
joyed. Janet Alvarez would visit at least one 'person ,Mary Cleland, Mrs. Carmen
to Dan Webster
The next meeting will be in Club on February 28th. this month and invite her to Stapleton, Mrs. Dot Baughman, Mr. U. C. Paulk ,
Griffin Jr.
of Mr. and Mrs.
The morning session will be a
S conjunction with the visit I Dan W. Griffin. Sunday School jrs.( .- Edna Daugherty, Mrs. Myrtle Hearing Aid Consultant from
on landscape design bj '
Mrs. Ibanez on March 14, when program Valentines were reassembled by Hammond, Miss Ginny Mark- .
April wedding :
Mrs. George D. White, who holdsa ,
all, Chapters will 'meet together. details to be announced later. Landscaping Appraiser's certi- the ten members present after ham, Mrs., Phil Blacklock, Mrs.I Jacksonville, Fla. will
Mrs W. E. Barber, will be hostess which delicious refreshments Barber Miss <"Birdie"Wood
Alene ,
Mr. Griffin is attending the ficate from. the National Council give FREE bearing tesU-
: 9th meetingfor
at the 'April University of Florida. out the "Val ntine theme, Mrs. Carolyn Vizcarrondo, and demonstrations Monday
of Garden Clubs. In the after-
z Z St. Paul's Chapter. were enjoyed. Iljrs. Betty Phanstiel, and Mrs. Feb 18th., at '
noon a on arranging II. "
: j The next meeting will be March Mildred Babb.Newspapers.
will be given by Mrs. Hubert -
Mrs. Hunt HostessTo Episcopal ChapterTo 5 at the home .of -Mrs. Chris:Haddock -
E K EDAVID Carcaba, assisted> by Mrs. DRUG STORE ? -
Study Works of with Mrs. Shirley Golden deliver more
Methodist CircleThe White, both nationally accredited Fernandina Beach, Fla.

ar tlw:.1 SLq.W9 Gertrude Behonna flower show judges. All interested I as- co-hostess. ready-to-buy: prospects .--- -.. -_. ....-
Edna Davis Circle of Memorial whether garden club membersor ,.
( ALLAN RUSSELL) Methodist Church met St. Gerard's Chapter of the not, are urged to attend., There ;

Monday at the home of Mrs. H. Women of St. Peter's Episcopal will be a covered dish luncheonat ." ',..1'T ,,
BIG 16x20 PORTRAIT C. Hunt for its regular monthly Church met at the home of Mrs. noon. A small donation will be ..
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n I meeting.The William O'Leary, with Mrs. Louis ,appreciated.The '
chairman, Mrs. Edward E. Lowe serving as cohostess.Mrs. program chairman introduced :! ':" i. .

$ Jones, opened with prayer and Lowe presented study materials the speaker, Mrs. Henry"L. ,1 ,
\ welcomed the eight memberspresent and a brief review. The Vedra '" ,..,
of Ponte
Higginson a ,
Only I" Reg. $19.95 I I group elected to study the life flower show judge who has been ',
Life I and works of Gertrude Behanna
The Spiritual programwas in Fernandina Beach several rtW
given by Mrs. J. B. Thompson who write "The Late Liz". Mrs. times to give workshop demonstrations nitLmfyidship {f',
PHOTOGRAPHER WILL BE AT entitled, "Bible." The Mis- Otto Phansteil conducted the business and to judge flower

sionary Education program was meeting and read announce- shows. ..
Your DIXIELAND I I 5 & lOc Siore given by Mrs. T. H. Goolsby, i menta.r She created four arrangementsfor ., .'"'.
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who used as her subject, "The Those present were, Mrs. Robert Week ,
Weslyan Hospital in Seward,r Babb, Mrs. James Lynn, Mrs. the home, stressing suitabil- TH E j a !':,
14 Thru Wed. Feb 20 color and scale. One fora :
Thurs", Feb. Alaska." Otto Phansteil, Mrs. Tom Becton, ity, was 5TOCKING WITH
bedroom, heather and florist's THE TWO 3 .,.
the business session, Mrs. Wm. O'Leary, Mrs. Gil Viz- I
During WHITE 5TRIREi ,
10 a.m. To 1 p.m. 2 p.m. To 5:30 p.m. plans were completed for the carrondo, Mrs. George Mears, mimosa in a slender milk glass
container. Another was of yellow ..
chicken pie supper which will be Mrs. Mercury Kavouklis, Mrs.
I I Limit one per subject. But no limit on in- held February 21 at the church. Ernest Davis, Mrs. Louis Lowe, snapdragons and tulips in a black .

dividual subjects at $1.89 each. Group The meeting was closed with Mrs. Oscar Odom and guest Mrs. container to complement two ,".(" "
beautiful bird figurines, suitablefor ;
the class benediction, after which D. H. Bt ewood. \H'
$1.00 per head extra. the hostess served delicious re The March meeting will be at a chest or buffet in living or ,/iL.; ..

freshments. the home of Mrs. Robert Babb. dining room. A third was com ; ..
i posed of peach blossoms and! ;: .:

Better Times roses in a low buff .t ,4p

and pink container, which, though ,fr "

Stork ClubRecent large, could be used in many : tfA -
places, even on a coffee table because \ .

arrivals at Humphreys I of the feeling of lightnessthe .... ,
I Memorial Hospital: i peach blossoms gave. t.

Stock SaleGOES Patricia and Bert Maxwell are She remarked that the Better : _
Liquidation the proud parents of a baby boy, Time rose was her favorite florist y *

Michael Clay, born 5 because it held well !
February rose up ''
Here's the once-year hosiery sale youVe been waiting for! V
at St. Vincents Hospital in Jack- and to work with. Her -
was easy
INTO 2ND BIG WEEK I It's your opportunity to buy nationally advertised, first
I r sonville. The little lad weighed final arrangement was a tussy- quality Seamless and Full-Fashioned Claussner hoerat
9 lbs. 3 OlS.'I valentine, using vari 1
; mussy
gated and red carnations interspersed LOW, LOW PRICES. Replenish your hosiery wardrobe with'
y SAVINGS UP TO 60 % ,A son, James Curtis, Jr., born with heather around a those extra styles and colors you've been wanting cr remember :

'I January 25 to Frances and central cupid in a white stemmed the women on your gift list plan ahead and '
James C. Muton, Box 382, Fer container. This valentine arrange- SAVE! Don't niss: this finest hosiery sale of the year, but :

I nandina Beach.A door remember, the sale ends insert date). Come in t today! '
i WE MUST SELL $78,000 STOCK FOR $45,000 ment was given as a prize ..

I son, Christopher Brien, born I and won by Mrs. Carl Quattle. r
January 26 to and Mar- baum. : : ..at t
REGARDLESS OF COST! I quard Johns, Rt. 1 Box 130, Hil- The club presented Mrs. Hig FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15 TO

I liard. ginson with a potted foliage FEBRUARY 22 .
INSTANT CREDIT NAME YOUR OWN TERMS I plant, a Dracaena massangeana.

January 26 to Betty Sue and .
James Dunnam, 504 Alachua St. Methodist Circles NO-SEAM Nude Heef, or enforced
Regular $1.35 .
In Pie Heel and To. In ,Plain, Micro or Stretch *' .
Bargains Every Department A daughter, Leisa Lynne, born Plan Chicken *
I PLAIN SEAM, 15, Denier, 60 Gauge or 3
21 .
January 29 Box to Judith and Ronald Supper February 30 Denier, 51 Gauge $1...O. 9 pairs $3.15.
536 Fernandina
Drury, ,
Bernice Lowe Circle Memorial a1LHIsTIa .
A daughter, Renee Suzanne, Methodist Church will hold a : .

RUGSLAMPS TABLES ,PICTURESDon't born January 30 to Nancy and Chicken Pie Supper on Thurs- : : Regular $1.00 .: y
Hugh Sides, 487 South Fletcher day February 21, in the Parish &kCaIs .: NO-SEAM, R..rifOrc. Heel end Tee 14 ; ft ;- !.,
Ave. Hall of the church. 't.. ... Plain or Micro .:'
Miss This Gigantic Sale. Supper will be served from 6 w..sS ,fUU.ASHlONfD".15DcnIoril; .. :"r '. 8'93 $2'60 \ ",I :.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilton L. Anderson ._ : : pairs '
until 7:30 and take-out sup- .
p.m. : t.
are receiving congratulationson .
AT ,; the birth of a son, Wilton La. pers will be served from 5 until it.

Fayette Jr., February 12 at 6.( p.m. The nursery will be open

.MA THER OF fERNANDINA Baptist Jacksonville.Memorial Mrs. Hospital Anderson in is for Tickets children.are $1.50 for adults Mi S. ALLAN'S !

I the former Miss Rosalie Peeples, and 75e for children, and can be

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brow- purchased by calling Mrs. Stan .

329 South 8th Street Phone 261-4383 I ard S. Peeples. Paternal grandmother Tarlton' at 261-3328, or. Mrs.. E. ATLANTIC AVENUE

is )Irs. Lynn Reeves R Jones at 26H846.& '

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Hostesses Honor Mr,.. and M'5. V.ood "" Futur Nuts- : : .' Personals !'I VolentN pgrty _____

Mrs. Hamilton At Entertain' At cff Serving HospitalAnd r I Follows MeM .: -

Cherub Shower Honoring.Gvest\ t -1 Community a Mr. and Mrs. W E, Royal Of Pythian J tIs
; turned Sunday from "
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)[rs.',"Ham" Hamilton was honored Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wood Future Nuriee,, a _service club, I vfhere they spent several After the regular meeting.
Wednesday evening, Febru. were hosts at a Coffee" at I 'was organized at Fernacdina; and attended the wedding of :, Monday night February 12, Ii'I
their home Friday honoring ,their High this school year through( the I thian Sisters were surprised witha
arT J3, with a Oherub shower, Bert Beazy and. Miss Trudy
Eivfti by the distaff employee* of son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and intecest an4 efforts of Raymond field. I delightful Valentine, party pro- _
Container r Corporation, Mill Di. Mrs. Roy Edmund fLeatjes, of Cough principal, who felt such Friends of Mrs. Carl gram given by Sister Edna: Grant,

tlsjon.Mrs.. Washington, D. C., and his moth.er an organization' would be of extreme -, will to hear she is j assisted by Clyde Russell. _
I .. Marvin Connelly hos- Mrs. W, F. Lentjea. of. Clarksdale .- benefit to' the members, ed to Humphreys Memorial The hall was beautifully 1 decor- ______
was '
Mississippi. : school I. hospital 'and community.. I ated by Sisters Cleo Saylor
fes for the event at her apart- pital with pneumonia.
.Mrs, Wood greeted guests, ina With the 'cooperation of Ben Myrtle Crews, using Val reI
m South Fletcher Avenue, I
.tea dress of Persian blue lace, Clarke, hospital administrator, Mrs. Mary Ellen and cupids as the motif. The
WI'Mjs3 Kay Higginbotham worn' with matching slippers.For ,.; ._ such: a club wit organized by i. and daughter Kim, spent witb'I I freshment table was ctatered
itrlUas co-hostess. the delightful occasion, Mrs. Miss Evon Jones, member of th;: weekend ,in Tampa with her I with a heart made of camellia _
\e was gaily decorated Roy Lentjes chose a candlelight 'junior class, who is serving as ther-in-law and sister, Mr. blossoms artfully arranged'by _
In Eand. blue. The refreshin..vle -; 1 linen,' and lace dress, enhanced president of the organization.The Mrs. Jimmy Ragans. Sister Edna GrantSisters -

was overlaid with a with a cummerbund of matchingsatin purpose of the club is to Friends! of Mrs. Gene I Willa Mae Smith, Bet. ______
wlffTISce cloth, centered with an an4 Mrs. W. F. tentjes, a provide a setting in which young ford will regret to hear s tfr Jones and Cleo Saykr w< AHMgement. of pink and blue 1 becoming rose knit sur$ featuring ladies who are interested in nursing confined to her home with charge of the refreshments! of _
blcfettftS surrounded with )lighted I and made cake, and puneh. _
white Angora trim. as a career, can meet together mumps is reported quite I home
--lipers. Refreshments of I I"b Sisters Annie Lou MeKendrce _____
The dining table to share that interest It is to Stuart Davis. student at I
caVe and coffee were with a handsome was whit overlaid lace -..- L_ encourage members to discover dosta State Teachers % : and Ethel Rutledge made and
serrbe ustsl with Miss JunePenuptes1ding donated the candy used in make
what nursing requires, what it visited during the weekend
cloth and held center __
a arrangement __
at the silver coffee of Talisman roses in a low offers, and to grow as individualsby his parents\ Mr. and Mrs. ing favors for each member. SiJ.t : _

ej'rTce.The honoree. silver bowl l, flanked with i ma.tch- THE CANDY-STRIPERS. members ot the Future Nurses Cipb\ p| Fe andina- JUg working together for the welfare Davis. r Josephine favor Goolsby furnishedthe

was presented ing candelabra holding lighted Officers are, front row from left, Miss Evon Jones, president1}t Miss Sherry Lang\ vice of the community. Gerald Wilder left Sunday lovely cup
njanyjovely gifts in a miniature, white Bite size biscuits Members have adopted a consti- Sanford where he is
president; Miss Judy Parker, secretary; Miss Penny Anderson, historian\ ; and Miss
btby carriage, as remembrance '11 ham, Swiss cheese .and_ salamj i L Verne Mock. pafl ,nta.fian. Other members, 2nd row from Jeff Miss Janice tution and operate on a regular stationed with the U. S. 1 I his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F.. _
interested studentsmay
o$ 'tBe"occasion.'Those schedule. All Wilder of NassaaviHe. _
with party slices 4jps' n after spending the weekend
; rye > Meeks, Miss Sue Silva, ,Miss Mellie Beckha, Miss Glynda Duncan Miss Glynda Edwards become members _
by maintaining -
attending we,re Mrs.. chips, 'shrimp! finger sandwiches, Miss Alice Faye Derry, Miss\ Wanda Shealy, Miss Marsha t Pend ton,' and Miss a C or better average .. I'
NaniloaJSjaith, Mrs, Thelma, Howhtjl cake, cookies. 'and i&is' were. Barbara {{ Third ro\ Miss Linda., Hu ggins, Miss Shirley Sheffield, Miss! Jane,
l, Mrs' Marion Johnson, Mrs. served with coffee and ,tea.Miss ; yers. ? Mr Cough is the acting sponsor.
V/rt! t'Boner, Mrs. Eugenia Evans, Lynn Sheffield presided Elliot, Jllsa Brenda Tomisend, Miss Ann Crews Miss Mary Thibert, Miss, Patty There are presently 35 members Davis

Mrjf-: Bett1 McKendree. Miss at\ the: silver service.Approximately> : Thorpton, Miss Linda Scott, Miss Ann Bibb i and .Miss! Bonita Thrift.. Members not. who work at the hospital Tom PA
Jjinefc Terry, Miss Mary Ann one (hundrel present fr (the picture are Miss\ Judy Sheffield, treasurer, Miss\ Louise Church, Miss after school and on weekends. _

ffiitj! >, .Mjss Ruth Waldbusser and and twenty-five guests., callsd: Sharon flu ker Miss Peggy Thornton, Miss Margaret Stqrges, Miss Glynda' Worthington Their uniforms are green and FLORIDA
?MisJ Mary Ellen F tord. during the appointed hotirs.I Jjiss\' Jeanette( Murphy\ Miss Barbara Tpcker, Miss Sandy Bryant, Miss Clarice white, stripe pinafores, worn over Photographer PROFESSIONAL

'ikbrI, | .n4 Miss Sarah Parsons. white blouses. ( PHOTOGRAPHERS umLo ___

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Helen Hayes Circle Circle Members Fete Dorcas Class Meets Mrs. T. P. Hall

-- fJt palace Saloon{ Meets Ar McKee Mrs. MottQyaw With With Mrs Kelly Presents ProgramAt : oAt 402 S. 17 1 Street ___

Home In February Shower At MeetingMrs. The Porw Sunday S1o.Pl\ Circle Meetingi I IFernandinaBeachFlorida
Florida's Oldest and Most Historic i _
Class; of First Baptist Church. Julia Muller Circle of First
"I The Helen Hayes Circle of Joe Parrish was hostessto met Thursday. February 7, a\| --- -----
Church met at the home -
Fernandina Reach's Favorite Meeting Place i baptist -i
First Baptist Church met February the Audrey Cowley Circle of
the home of Mrs. Ashley Kelly a-
P. Hall Tuesday, Feb-
For The Finest In Beverages 12 at 9:30 a.m at the home First Baptist Church when it met I or\ Beech Street, with Mrs.. J. A. 9f Mrs. T. c _
There eight mem-
of Mrs. Leroy McKee with ten in regular,, session February lat Lee serving ca-hostess.. Then uary 12. were :
.... Boiled members the church. bers> present Theatre
-I. Shrimp J-IaniOn ,Rye present. w re 13, members present'fhe. The devotional, "Bifocals of the lion
1 ''',Kosher Sandwiches Barbecue The devotional was given by Mrs. Edgar Saunderson presented -. meeting opened with the Bible," was presented by Mrs. _
Mrs. L. C. Sapp and Mrs. Ike the program entitled, devotional entitled, Our Lives Saylor. Mrs. Hall, assisted
Sammy D. W. Roberts Mgr.
Phone 261-4849 ,
&e-w---w- -y --.. Shiver gave an interesting program "Christian Witnessing". Those I Are Shaped by Our Faith, in God by all members, presented the
w----- r-' -- --.--, -. entitled, "Christian Wit- assisting were, Mrs. E.. R. Bounds, ,! and Through aferflR: with scripture irograra entitled, "Christian Wit- Saturday t & Sunday Matinee At 2:30 QeShow) I
-- ---;:---'"--; nessinJ" Members assisted by Mrs. W. C. Owens, Mrs. Hugh verses from. Mark and Mat icssing."

DON T MISS H $ UNUSUAL reading various passages of scrip Stone, Jr., and Mrs. H. J. McFar- thew Prayer followed. The World Day of Prayer willIe
tures. The program was closed land Mrs. Thad Lee, Jr., president :i Mrs. ... A., Jqtoes< president, \ March 1 at 10:30: am. at the Friday Cr Saturday .,
Tiref 1 with prayer by Mrs. J. B. JJewMrs. of the Woman's Missionary presided at the business! session First Baptist Church.. It was an-
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OFFER 9Ine.. Society, was a visitor and offered wb ch included projects' for Feb pounc,d that the Annie Armstrong "Twojickets To Paris' >: ,
J, C. Bennett co-chair prayer. ru rr" l4{I. Lee gave the secre Week of Prayer will be _

.1 3 DAYS 'ONLY'I I man.,presided at the business The Community Mission pro tary's: report and! the treasurer's .March 4.8.Community. With, Joy Bee, Gary Crosby _
nutting, Mrs. Jack Hamrick urged ject for February .is visitation. report was given by Mrs. Kelly. missions will be 're" Also"RingADing \ q' :
!t ''' everyone to attend the book The Annie Armstrong Week of Seyeragames\ were enjoyed stocking\ the pantry and, visitat- ____
Monday t Tuesday t. WednesdayLOOK study, "The Chains Are .Strong,'! Prayer for Home Missions is to with\ M{s. J* B. Haddock, winning kon will be continued through Rhythm"Chubby : :
I j i ... t9 be held February 26 at 7 p.m. be held March 4.through 8 at the thfe prue. At the cose. pf the February. .
. and taught by Mrs: Orin Stites. church. Mrs. Orin Stites of Jack. meeting, Mrs. Kelly\ and Mrs Checker Dukes of Dixielanda
: Mrs. Newsome reminded everyone sonville will teach a mission book, .Le? served delicious refreshments CARD OF THANKS 0 '
WHAT of the. Week of Prayer for "The Chains Are Strong", February carrying out the Valentine '4f '
ijome, Missions to be held March 26 ;at 7:00 p,m. The names motif of red. and white. The kindness, and sympathy of Sunday & Monday, ; _
through,g .at he.i. church. of the missionaries on the prayer; The March meeting will be neighbors and friends in our recent -: ,
A PENNY' The Community Missions protect calendar were read :and Mrs. Edgar .held at the home of Mrs.: L S. sorrow will always remain I "Gigot"
v Lth' j for February is soulwinningand Saunderson closed with a Grant. At this time,' members with us as a precious memory. .
visitation. The church nursery special prayer for them. will learn their secret pals. Our sincere thanks and gratitude With Jackie Gleason t. ;;

t will be open each Thursday Mrs. Jake; Mottayaw, Jr., circle for' all those comforting acts. I
-WILL ): IJ'OES : I.n-CQlor.
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: : at '10:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m., for chairman,' was honored with a Chapter 55 (Signed) The family of Bob. : ; 'M J i.,4..
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those wishing. to make church surprise Cherub shower and. received : Installs Officers Franklin i -- .Jl I
visitations. useful gifts. -- : --

,! ,_', BUY Delicious refreshments' were Mrs.many Parrish served delicious itt/ Regular Meeting 7"'C -- ::.s-a r :, ', ': : :: ;

served by the hostess. The March refreshments, using a Valentine rernandina.hapt r No. 55, Order :l.
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JUST ONE 1956 PENNY/with a "D'4.< mint meeting will be held at the home motif. of The Eastern, t Star5 held i its, J"i. < .';:4's ___
1 of Mrs. J.. B. Newsome. } -' :
t regular meeting February 5 with i' "
mark shown WILL BUY'ALL, THIS': ;,1...
t as Rose Garden Club ,Mrs. Cleo Brinson, worthy 'matron f /'" '' < :
: !t .r---- Miss Laurie Vinzant presiding.The <' i' :..3'. : 'i- ,, .
; SERVICE.... Jo Sponsor Lecture ; Chapter room was decorat- .. ,.,'<::f"wi't: ,.,:t: ,.
; a Honored At Party Here February 28 ed'f !In a lovel Valentine motif. .

0 Adjust brakes :- On 16th BirthdayMiss i 'Two officers, absent at the reg- .,' f. ,' !
to manufacturer's, The Ros Garden Club i is sponsoring 'ufar installation, were installed. '
.a. specifications andS Laurie Vinzan\ was hon a lecture for all garden They were: Mrs. Virginia Knight, ,
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road test ored with a 'party on her 16th club members and interested residents Ruth\'L and Mr. John Kaen, sentinel : : _
birthday last Saturday evening, to be held February 28 at Mrs. June Stewart was in-
: fjf at her home on South 15th St. the Woman's Club. Guest speak tailing officer, Mrs. Deborah ,
Clean !inspect, repack 0 Hosts for the occasion were her ers will be Mrs. George P. White Stevens' installing marshal, and i___ .. ..
: ;. and adjust front .. \' parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Rudolph and Mrs..Hubert Carcaba, each a Mrs. Ruby King i installing orga'i h "- -* -.._ ; .. ..

: :<,., wheel bearings. L -. .\ Vin} }it.,., ...: "' wel\\ known authority in, .garden., ..i ist + 7 .7'' J. If ..

"':: The.. 'Valentin motif was fused circles. 'The. next regular meeting will ; : -f !
$ *
; \44 brak$ fluid \\l f necessary, throughout the home, with a huger The program will presented! be February 19. AlL members are.

,6 tf'}heart' extending i over) the re- in two sessions, with Mrs. White .urged to. attend., : ,
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I W Check front grease seals and all wheel cylinder.. fragment table which. read, lecturing on landscaping from t :

I *' for leakage. -- -- : .. "LeVs. :Twist!' % 19:15( a.m. until 12 noon, and Irs. Pythian.PIan .': r, ii;, ; 1
-' .' 'i. ;> Carcaba flower ",; i ;" .-t'"ll; !
-' },lrs: Judy Melyin\ \led the giving\ a arranging ;
.; Inspect brake linings and' drums.. ..,' }; gu.tsin several. \ appropriate? i demonstration beginning. at Anniversary,
ga&es Limbpand J15p.m.. District Meeting .
,' alpng! with % .
; 0 Safety check your car from bumpeMoburaper,1 .! Twist, committee, of the St
oedrnusc ", :I : ,Landscaping [
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.. \ rt Augustine Chamber pfCommerce .1 last ,Plistrict Meeting{ for Sister
v.J .. ,
I Those 'D lping the honoree Mary K.Moore... The.meeting will
celebrate. were, Joyce and Margaret i is vice-president of the St. Johns be at Seaside Temple and it is
: Landscaping
County-St. Augustine
Smith, Pamela I and Nickie
fimfon delegation
Assn., Inc, chairman of CIVIC hoped that a large
P tin, Ann Crews, Linda Hug.
Beautification of the Council of from Fernandina each, will{ be
gins, Tommy Carter( Sandra Lee St able to attend in honor of the Dis-
Garden Clubs of Augustine
Judi Mixon, Harold Ricks, TommY -
: trict Deputy.
I NEW TREADS Kings H,nrv Abels, Nick and Certificate holds Landscaping for National Appraisers Council I Anyone desiring transportation

Deonas and DarrelJ' Gihleo. of Garden Clubs. should} contact Josephine Goolsby

: AffLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES O f\ ON YOUR OWN I IRiS Mrs. Carcaba teaches elementary or Mary K. Moore.

WHITfW A LS-ANY SIZE Meets Edith Flood Tuesday Circle With .Augustine flower Y.arranging W. C. A..at the St. will The be first the meeting Temple anniversary.in March $\ t

urged to attend
accredited AH are ,
: N.\MOWOR WIDE CUIGWtUlfLUS OR TUBE-TYPC Each is a nationally )
Mr Franz MitchellThe i flower show judge.A and help honor the Order., .
: covered dish luncheon will >j A special program is being .
P- 4 FOR Edith Flood Circle of Me-
mtfrial Met1odisChurth met served from noon until 1 p.ra., A .planned. I.i'a."l &
will be taken and ,
February 12 ,t the home of Mrs. silver donation .; ,
Franz Mitchell with ten members the public is cordially invited to Bridal Shower Fet $ t, ,

i an4 one visitor, Mr?. J. F. Michael attend. Mr Millard Gillen( ( $ _A 1: 4\\ 4 1
( % 4 bt f
i449 L !resent ,
Mrs. Milliard Gilkn, whose '
The Spiritual Life program was Edna Stertz Circle wedding was solemnized Decem. 4? ; .1,11!

presented by Mrs. L. A. Phelps, Meets'Monday ber 31 in ,Nahunta, Georgia, was c/b -
: whose topic concerned. "EnlargingOur i miscellaneous i' x < ii
-In tires '- With Mr Hazelwood the inspiration! for a yr ,
F ith.M
bridal shower. Tuesday evening
I During the business meeting The Eda Stert* Circle o( First i February 12, athe Raymond -

I LW New Treoft. idtttifiit fty UedaUioi( ajuLt. .,. ._. .;. !!t: tyrs, M ichaels made several an- Baptist Church met_ at the home Cough home in' Fore*.
1 .' GUARANTEED nouncements- concerning future ot Mrs. J. C. Hazelwood on Monday Hill$.
I .Irftttliut defect (I. werkmiuhi tad iuUrul. ferfef lift.f_tnU. I church activities. Members were February m for their, regular Hostesses for the affair were ? :
1 2. Ataiut ornul rod buuit (cinpt rcpainU' puactum) '
Fl Ur 4 U cruy -f CtlllCAta of a4Jl.lltmoL rorat.t4 Ga 1n wear aU MM4 .. lid m'1I"--ftPNd.[ .T" : Day of Prayer on\ March: 1. It was ten members present Skaron Gough.

noted that thf circle's next meeting Mrs. E J. Smith, chairman, The home was filly decorated
will cl4{ Attending the New opened with (he devotional and in the Valentine motif. A large

FREE CAR SAFETY CHECK"" Life meeting on March 11 with a the! program was given by Aft$ hfart was' suspended on the ADD A PHONE ADD A LOT TO LIVING
j short business session following. 0. R. Spainhour entitled, "Soi\ wall behind the honoree' c&afo .
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mad for the M. Y. F. mints and _
Plans were Winning", using scriptures from 'Refreshments of punch, .
dinners for March. John. Valentine cjik were serv 4 f roo* Ai, .
I f j 'tton'fI Miss Kathleen 'Davis presentedthe The project for( Community the. refreshment? table which: wa? Save time. steps, trouble. Add extent details on the low cost and lovely! colors! ,

Missionary Education program Missions is visitation and especially t'covered with white lace cloth. sion phones where your family lives call your Telephone Business Office.
and us d as her topic, John shut-ins. centered with} an arrangement ot

I ..t.I .- Wesley, a founder of Methodist. The next meeting will' ,be. 'white gladiolas, flaoVed with, silver : mo st'. t.. bedroom) kitchen,)workshop .
faith. March 11th.Newspaper. candelabra holding i red Uhttd .. !

I Beach, Supply Thf meeting was closed,with .. : tapers. nodairoom, teen-ager's room. For. 'Southernj.Ifr'(
t the benedi tion, after which the advertising; is The bride received many. nice .

t Atlantic Avenue fJfat 1+1 hostess,served a Valentine- desertto printed salesmanship that bring' .> gifts, .,. in_ remembranc_, .;.. q of,.the .occasion .. I '' :, ...r a1JLj IIlJ'U.t ttJ
: the members. consumers'news:of .products.5 .. ... ..
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FHA GirlsjSloteBake I ;', Junior lHigh.lJigbfs; : ; .I ,' ; C" ',.". .cHHafRatcMns {st te fGftJli, k tr Qx the the roadfDead yellirw'tint.Money ,1s to. th,|u.|: r:jof y.

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The Future BY JANICE 'SWEAT' H fneGartfeft i will buy Vou -+
Homemakers of : ; 'Onil&cr_"W&r $ s
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America will hold a cake sale I Hi! lYe had as our guests' last 1.1 mo! : : Hay E. 6reen about verything.you iwafct kt4t
reported -
from 9:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Mr. George Tyson 1 ? won't buy many of the thlrigypu
Basket Ifht"'t today gaaoline tax collections
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Saturday, February 16, in front Miss Sara Ban Cub Pack 350' Has r ; for i January based ;-on Dec really"need.Safety ..,, .,

of Allan's Department Store. na, Mr. Boo Blue and Gold i ember business totaled 'l1',U ,- r
Proceeds from the sale' will be Springer and 1Ir.ftLouis BY JANE SCOFIEED : JACKSONVILLE _'The'State 945,.'an increase of '2.69, per tent Suggestion of,1 t *t K
used to send delegates to the Future Ferreira. Annual Banquet Board: of Health 'aid 'today 'rabid the from FHP Bossman IL''iUrk.
over comparable month for
: Homemakers of America 1 'i' 6 'They entertained Tin- If any of you" have seen a picture .' .. raccoons ''apparently :are increasing the'. man: Reaffirm that resoftitij .j9
State Convention. .' the seventh and Cub Scout Pac .,:,Jfo. 350 held of the arrangement of roses ..'-,- -- ...., ,in :Tlorida.Dr. previous year. be:'a:good driver in 1961., 'Do.it
I its annual Blue and Gold 1 Green raid collections 'also .'
Banquet .. often
r j which first honor '1862 : # '' _,.
eighth Won for 'Wiskler
g r des "V. U acting'di\ ,
Ihose 's.Jt
on February 5. in' r topped &f December by ->- ;
JYJ Hall
CARD OF'T1I.ISWe with Jiitney in the Sterling Bowl Tournament : 1-.r ," of ihe : '1---- :
a program rector Division lbf Veterinary
of St. Peter's Episcopal\ Church.A II.. 5183: Iper''centVTotal 'gallons sold 1
would like to thank each .T 'v o *composed of mu- : staged during the Festival of' JJ.oJ. 'Public Health, W' moo.'persons In (December"'i2 we're Tl64,232r, t
and tvery one :who was so kind t t' sic. A few of the delicious mealies! preparedby I Roses heM each June at 'Jackson ( t to stay away from any wild 569. "

and considerate during the illness I songs sung were, the mothers of/the'Cubs with and Perkins Rose Company in : animals, 'particUlarly raccoons -i"a

and 'death"of our mother. We wish :I. Moon River, Pennies chicken as the ..feature. of the Newark, New York, you, probably 'which :appear tame or 111 because ''HIGHWAY PHILOSOPHY3y'Trooper
'i from Heaven menu. \ (t. l thought it beautiful add Ir>:RtPlfA1Y : I J '
to especially thank Dr. Bailey Love Paris rabid animals lose the. _
Dickens the hospital staff of j>. and Shake Me I Rattle. Mr. Ferreira A skit was presented by the I clever. You may have noted 'and + On the matter of investigating sense of 'fear. '\ :>11111The.undedared.war _

Humphreys Memorial Hospital, played the Goofer Song on boys of Den 3, explaining the been surprised that this ,honor the :Bay of Pigs invasion snafu ''Dr. Winkler said some persons '

and Mrs. Margaret Oxley. his violin and was accompaniedby meaning of the Blue and the Gold. went to a man, the first man O' kore. and more Senators have believe rabies is 'more prevalentin using'"automobiles -

(Signed) The Family of Mr. Springer on the piano. Otto Phanstiel Cub Master, made win! such distinction. You could gone hog wild. hot weather but he. added as weapons-goes on. How

Mr Hattie Mae Anderson The highlight ,of the programwas the following awards: .John Dres- not have known that this winneris "we ther is not a major factor in many ''will die in 1963

when Mr. Ferreira playeda sler received a Lion's Badge; indirectly connected with Fer- Cuban leaders of the invasion this very dangerous disease.'The KIEP

It's like old Sorehead says; song he had written, "Pale Cliff White and Billy Miller, Bear nandina Beach because of being say:it would'iave succeeded if the reason more cases are reportedin Excuses good or bid'find FROM 'IETWEElPARKED
: few friends in modern world.
When it comes time to do or diea Moon," on the piano. Miss Hanna Badge awards; Ralph Kear, a a"first.cousin of one of :the' cit/s.. J landing force had gotten promisedU. warm months is because met> ., a
lot of folks had rather die thanto sang thesong, and was, accom Wolf Badge award; Craig Mears outstanding flower arrangers .S..air support and animals are more, active out.. ,
Here's a tip to pedestrians: -- ;-t.r"
and Cliff White, GQld and"Silver Bertie Bowers doors then." \
do. panied by !Ir. Tyson who playedthe our own Sawyer.
i Some Senators demand'.an. ,inquiry Stay sober when walk and
I bongos and Mr. Springer who 'Arrow Points; Stanley Stewart We knew about this cousinship Last, year the board distributed you Is The Time-To"-* '
to determine if the the'.driver
promise watch for who isn't'Be .
the and Clyde Davis, Two Year Ser because both hail from South 419 doses of anti-rabies T-*
played Maracas, to give it that we was the vaccine -
reeally given. They say :Remodel
final Latin American beat. I'm vice Pins. Carolina and ,one time discussedhis entitled for humans :bitten by ani.. ; or Repair '.
Hear people are to know. careful 1 when you drive. So
sure that everyone agrees that Three new members, Freddy work we personally having mals to safeguard against possible many others ,are not. !
the song will be a hit! Wilson, Curtis Spainhour and attended one of his demonstrations If everybody else in' the world rabies. Once the-.disease:develops I .3HMonths .
Thc'Pastor'sStudy ; Last week we were called to Cliff Thompson,,were"initiated in- ; so you can imagine .our "reaction has been promised everything they death 'is certain., ''There The :auto did-'away with the I .
to the this month when asked it ain't ,most have ,been .. human in 1
k I the auditorium to pack as Bobcats. weopen- likely our no eases -
Rev.Ran Humphreys meet the nurses liorse and It's doing a l lion's share ;
who dearly love to give shots! Special awards were presentedby I ed a magazine to the winning, picture promising President would deny Florida reported since 1948. toward eliminating man.. I i --=u ';

8:30: ''A.: I. Many of the students now walk Ralph Wood to Charlie Hut- .and name. 'He is Mr.. J. C. the Cubans a promise of air support In 1961 there were C8 laboratory ToTayv

chins Dtfwling Jr., resident of Gaf-. confirmed of rabies
a cases
around with sore arms. and Tony Vizcarrondo' as Money may not make-/ou. happy .t'I'" i
Monday: 'Thru Fridaywp.W, The Library Club met Tues Den Chiefs. fney, South ''Carolina and very The people don't need( fo know. among animals.' In 1962 there but it makes nervcous tension j jeasier' Fernandina Lumber
prominent in South Carolina 72 9 5 'dogs, 5
were : raccoons
day and elected with.
new officers. They already know, Bobby Ken- to live 1 & Supply -
flower arranging circles. His eats, 4 foxes 3 skunks, 14 bats, e
They are, president Debbie Cumberland } 25IgI .
Island > nedy' has said, 'no promise was South 3rd St. Plrne
town was so pleased with his 1 horse and 1 bobcat.
: drive side of .
Vittery, vice-president PaUla Always on
\ 1570 {.C. Kornau and secretary-treasurer Goes To Heirs 'of success that ,it'declared a "Dowl- even given.the That's doubtingest proof ,Thomases.enough for So far this year, 10 cases have your -. -- ... _. .-..-..:... ..
I Van Seagraves.See Lucy.C. ing Day" and gave him a key to been reported among raccoons; 1 J tFfol'DA'Y i

you next week! CarnegieThe the city during special 'pro This ain't the first:faux pas the fox, 1 bat and 1 wild cat ASSOCIATE DISTRIBUTORCOLLECTORt

Carnegie lands 'on Cum- gram. Kennedy boys have fouled up .ex City and county 1 laws require NO SELLING. SPARE TL1 IETOSTART !

Dozier & Gay STICII.\ mT CLUB berland Island Probably there are who plaining. that dogs' be immunized but not
(Georgia) were Opportunity to own a. local wholesale business of your own I.
transferred today to the, heirs of would question this recognition I know the President would face cats. The board has long advo- .Business completely setup for you. No experience needed Male ,
SemiGlossEnamel The Sticha-Bit Club will meet cated that cats be immunized female. Na limit in health ,
Lucy C. if
Carnegie by The First or age gOod
; as being in keeping Avith the many such situations, and I knew
Monday night February 18 allowed
at because
they are more
National Bank of Brunswick II EARN UP TO $400 PER MONTH PART-TIME :
/ winning of flower ar- he wouldn't be able to B bby's I'
mere a keep -
1 j 7:30 pm. at the home of Mrs (Georgia) which has served as but his buttoned.He freedom, are harder to keep You will deliver .and collect from local 'retail stores;>Iust >.ate .
A John F. Knight, 220 Lighthouse trustee for some ranging lip under fence and are extremely auto, references and a min. $1001.17 to $2002.91. InvesUvnt I t
White or Colors I Circle, for the purpose of replen. years. and the name of his club goon a wanted the best men avail- I vicious when rabid. secured by inventory. Write for personal interview, giving mine '

1 ishing dolls and other items for Fourteen of Mrs. Carnegie'sheirs rotating $5,000 sterling silver, able for every jobs. So I asked Al] animal bites are required address, phone no. and past history to: ;

: $3.95 Gal. 'future sale. have designated ColemanC. trophy sponsored by the Sterling George to tell Jack that the man I i by law to be reported to health MORGAN ASSOCIATES '

j It is urged that all club members Perkins, President bf the Silversmiths Guild' of Americanand best qualified to serve as Assistant !authorities because they must be 1628 SAN' MARCO"'BLVD. 'SUITE 14 .

E-Z PIC I be present. Cumberland Island Company, Jackson -and Perkins 'whit h To the President In 'ChargeOf I investigated for possible cases of JACKSONVILLE. 7, FLORIDA 5. :
Inc., to manage their 86% shareof is kept by the Club for one year. Explaining is Casey Stengel. rabies -

I 11TH & BEECH Got a birthday this month 1 t the property which} includes Only outstanding arrangers from n _' ,.( : .. ,. :t":.
( Better buy your driver's license approximately 13,000 acres of different sections of the country '
s --. --- ,--- : land on Cumberland. are selected to compete 'com-' .- .' sit:

.. Contrary to earlier reports, petitors limited to one hundred,; ;,,:,!$;1r4./ '
the group has no plans to initIate we believe. This contest 'was. "

sale of the property. The i first held in 195G. ; i
A, N'D g
,Appliance Sales ,& Service"Your group has agreed on a detailed Mr. Dowling very adroitly\

plan for division and is hopeful created in his arrangement a SATURDAYONL
that a voluntary division of the feeling of the 'modern .trend ; 1* r /

GE Dealer" property vill follow the lines of while retaining the charm l'of the
: that plan. familiar. His' title was ''Th Rose _, y :

Mr. Perkins, 'a grandson of Orbits in the ;Black Canopy of
'New Phone No. :261-5801 Mrs. Carnegie, indicated that the Space", forwhich he used roses: t1I
in tints of pink with klum- .
company contemplates no changes line scrap in'a .black Final Close .OutivERYTMG: : : : : '
in management of the property inum spirals r for ; I t MUST G'o1'i:

which produces hogs, cattle coutainer staged against black ..
: ,
; 'SALES AND SERVICE and timber and has served asa velvet. The container was painted ,.,

i home for several generations six times before it'attained' ", 4 CASH dA"R'R"" 1 ONLY
... ;an '
;blend aaarssa
to :
ALL MAKES"'AND MODELS of the' Carnegie family which the texture he wanted_ : .i.

.'. ". f now includes .more than one l with the velvet and,give the:impression _. _- _.-__ __ h ___ _

i hundred members. that. the I roses and spirals ): MERI NtKITCHEN Coffee and 'Stepend'Tables : '
indeed orbiting. ,
: 1 The Carnegie property on were DISHWASHER .ONL'yt$1'O" 0 AW '.tppI,; + .
"How many times have you

30 .NORTH 3RD. ST. Mrs.Cumberland Carnegie was and purchased her husband by, painted your peacock, 'containers," FRONT LOADER Was :$329.95Used I 26 Assorted Values.To $29.95 V,
for -- -- "- "--- --
Thomas M. Carnegie, in the Bertie Sawyer, and just its As A Demonstrator .

'MOVING THIS WEEKEND TO : 1880's.. Mr. Carnegie was the mere garden 'elubbers?" "' : Simmons .InnerspringMattresses lor ; ,

brother and partner of Andrew Just about the only thing wee REPOSSESSED jT' :; I. $2'1' 5'

,113 ATLANTIC AVE I Carnegie]! a pioneer in the steel don't like about gladiolus is that (:GE WASHER OnlY, :' 5' 0' I ONLY $10.00: Value

have to __
I industry. .we spell and pronoun.' Filter:rlo Automatic' -Was '$299.95 ? h
the name or hide behind the I 8 i
I Springs; '
shortened "glads":, professor $ ea:
Jimmy Hursey 'Watkins and Wolfe in 'their book' 45-Ga1. Mertlond 1 : Single ,Size 25
I In Naval ExerciseAboard "Your Florida Gardener tell .us ,, Water Heater Only :50Electric i II Values! >'UpTo 79.50
that the scientific 'for them;! ----.
USS name Double Element Was $119.95 I Ii I -
VegaUSS is accented on the "I" but for. I Chenille
VEGA FllTNC Jimmy ordinary use the accented ""Q" i MONITOR 'Only ;MfOne
( ) .GE TOP Bed Spread
and 'the same "us" 'ending for; .. : :
Hursey fireman, USN, son On tl \ I ONE ONI YVas $19.93:
Now -" of Mr. and Mrs. I-annie V. 'Hur- both singular and plural is ,ac-r. 'REFRIGERATOR y $2)5 ,- -- .

'(. : sey of Route 1, is serving aboard ceptable. That is the way the, I : .

t the fleet stores ship USS Vega, gladiolus industry handles ihe .One'TV Stand ;OnW'i';
1 / :
i : which was part of the combined situation. GEDSSPOSALL Dn : .i .-.,... : ,., .. .
| --- I \ -- )1'
force of 20 ships engaged Exercise Gladiolus are planted'where y $5. I 4 ;:t : : .:' ..

'1 'FASTER SERVICEAND Saddle' Blanket early in they will, get at least jive hours ,Was'$99.95'PORTABLE II : One 'L.arge ::'0 $
/ ;
V February off'the coast of'Southern sun. ,They'-are" finicky.aboutkbut : : j Picture j... 1 -, nlY .,' "
California.The give them the best you can. k$6.95 Value l i I I II I : J j'
REASONABLE PRICES five-day exercise, held Dig the hole for them six inches SPEAKER ''OhIY$3j5! .

Feb. 4 8 'dealt deep 'put in a tablespoon of good GEl Portable
from Feb.
i through '
; garden fertilizer and cover it Works Off Record Player "Was : I $1SR
mainly with anti-submarine warfare I Only '
:' for ir training. The operation centered with an, inch of soil before 'plac.. r .
,. '. : : ,. around a fast carrier striking -. ing your corms Planting deepin MAHOGANY ONE ONLY Was $229.95' POne

i force, with its wide range of i our sandy soil I is important ,in :COFFEE: TABLEWas :.0 ny', IIS'S. '
detection .and strike capabilities. order to keep the. growing) plants Perfection '
dleantifufly faifflavcdfylcddiny erect and it also provides (mOre $29.95Aluminum 1 -He "'.OMlY'I
Cruisers, destroyers, submarines I Circulating fer
moisture for the bulb. A trick
and' logistics ships also to get glads off to .a quick. startis 'Venetian I $90.00. Value. ... !
engaged in 'the operation.The : 0'nl 'l'9'S I -- ---- ..
tfnvitatiorib were exercise came under the to cover ,the bulb about half Blinds ,y $2' : 1' One "Large"Perfection '
the depth txf the bole and then
operational command of Commander Were '$5.95 Only (
finish filling in the hole as 'it Circulating: Heater $9. Q"
First Fleet. '.
To raise good glads one :
grows. $119.00 Value
/ '
.. .
-- \ must be conscientious i about the PLAY PINS -

Lt. Roy Palmer, Jr. watering schedule, especially 7 Linoleum Rugs

.JlJJJIOflJ1CeJJliJJlIJ. ; Piloting TransportIn ed.when It the is not beds necessary are being to form select' lOne .$895; 'One -$10:95: 6'x9' Now $3 .50

New 'Delhi, India the largest bulbs in the bin .or ,$7.95 Value +

feel cheated if ordered 'bulbs ,_ ---
All Styles And Types Of EngravingWE NEW DELHI, India First seem slightly small for the MAPLE: :.CORNER 2 Bahama.Lounges J .

) Miami Lieutenant is serving Roy E. with Palmer a special Jr. of larger ones are :often old bulbs TABLE! -o1', 3' .r oam T .' ,-, kOnl'. |Y $50"rF :,
and will not perform -.rell&s "
'TleRular$26.95 "
-- I United States Air Force task Regular $99.95 ..
ALSO HANDLE A FINE LINE OF force in support of India's defense a younger bulb One 'tells the ----,- :.. ..., tf
of the corm by the :size of
'I ENGRAVED I Chinese against Communists.aggression' by the the scar plate on the"'bottom, the '7Wo DRESSER ',' '"o'IAL.. :. RoomHedtefs- -, l- :- $10to$2jf|
young corms baring email !:0'MniIfORS' ','
LETTERHEADS BUSINESS CARDS : Lieutenant Palmer's unit i is plates. )9:95: .ValueTwo .J' .
maintaining and flying 12 C-130 Rose Colored ; '
Being preyed upon' b/ thrips! t &
: Hercules transport aircraft on t .0.,1
DcCasional'Cicir# ; .25
loan to the Indian government. is what makes glad tlowers 'dry( Pairs '- r ; ..W
I up and refuse to open. ';Dither $ 149.95 Value :
He is a C-130 pilot permanently fableUmp J\ pr. '
DDT or Chlordane .prevent thrips t -,
See Samples At t assigned to the 312nd Air,Division if regularly used. A .fairly new Regular$15.90 I Sa.-
at Evreux, France I ;....- kl $1&,1
method which is supposed 10 'dQ

The Lieutenant son of Mr. away 'With the spraying ''nuisance I rrwo DUOTHERMBLOWERS : h_ _.____ ._
l and'Mrs./'Roy E. Palmer of 117NE. 5 is to sprinkle Chlordane .llIe -ea tj,5CJS
4 ; .. 5"'StoveJPipc jitegt'5'Oc '. ti
'Crnitn ini\l1ci\thNclliIcau 10'
; .1
r 105th St., Miarnj j, ,received hole when the glad is planted,. I.
a JBJ5. ,"degrTt11"irginia the idea being that ,it is absorb i 'For Heaters Were '$29.95 ,,1 '. :Offjc "Fxtues.-.JMAKEJUS; AN dFFE1We !.

Military Institute. ed into the plant and repels 'the

.PIIONES:2G1.3636--:2u1.3687: .lie is :married to.the former insect Our authority'for "this is 'WiHAccqpt'Pyments.. l0 Acctunts/Aflhe' t : .these ADqysFURNITURE I

Miss Joyce Johnson. pf ;Fernan- a gladiolus catalogue and'we
diva"Beach. hope it works.Advertising.
We Represent One of the Largest and Best ,'fn c'.

I "A polite man today is the helps to reduce ;INGRAM .& ARPIUCE'rco.1

Engraving Firms 'In The 'United States otle who offers a I la'dy a seat consumer demand 'for scarce ,

J when he gets off the tysf S. commodities by dinrt 1g.public

L. Sherwell, Salisbury (Mi) demand, to other more readily Atlantic:4venue FernamJimi1 Beach Florida
Advertiser. available cdrnrccxji&a. ,-,. .' > < ?j.. .
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:P8 !jJX, News-Leader: Fernandina. Beach} ,"Florida -Thursday, February 14, 1963 .

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. :Police TrainingContinued zr i CALENDAR OF LOCAL EVENTSCOUNTY

LJ -
( from Page One) T3 e1 4'I :rTheJirst week's classes con r--w': ".. _i .- Commission Chambers
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aiite .41, Indoctrination, instruct. l \ .I., r ii I A k. CITY, COMMISSION 2nd and 4th Wednesdays 7$0 Cit
p.m. )
edjtyClty Manager Clayton Sand- ;,;:i: .. Commission Chambers I.
- -andZPolice_ _h Chief J. R. Parker, t "4

_ Note-Taking' by James A. MeJBSifil. l. r f HOSPITAL TRUSTEES -*.3rd Thursday 10 a.m. Hospital Din -LI --l

..Interviews and Signed I .. ,i ) in* Room '
Statements, by Edward H. Bar- t l. :' *, -V2K.
lowT7ff.; Crime Scene Searches (!(1 i i ii SCHOOL BOARD 1st Wednesday after 2nd Monday 9:30 a.m.
I Superintendent's Office I l
bjuDalton L. Mayo, Collection and KG !
I Preservation of Evidence by Mil-! rP-TA EXECUTIVE BOARD last '
I Jr
: ThursdayM330 pan. -
. ,tonTfT'Cummings: : Jr. Breakingand fy ... .
I .. High CafetoriumTA \J' _ _
f. s
Entering Investigations by
: '
:&flaCL. Mayo Testifying ir C. g ?- MEETING 1st Thursday 8 Cafetorium .
1 \[! ::; .c;; -atfr.yiigh ++
_ -Cour -bl Roy Porter, Search ant b r :. -raw ANIS CLUB Each 6:45
., Monday p.m. Seaside, Inn
'SetWfWTby William P. Kittel,,
. Fundamentals of Fingerprinting i LIONS CLUB Each Tuesday ::.. 7 pjn.ROTARY SeltsJ4A.lnn _

I.. by George ,A. McBride, Techniques 4; ; : ... '- CLUB Each Wednesday Noon Luncheon Seaside
and Mechanics of Arrest by .i INN

- James-A. McBride, Defensive I ,

Tacti Tby William P. Kittel, 'AYCEES ..- Each Monday 8 p.m. Recreation Center Lounge _

FBI Facilities by Roy Porter, and I k ,* + HOSPITAL AUXILIARY 3 _ I _
Court AssistantS "'% : : Tuesday 3:30 p.m. Hospitai
Preparation by
Room '
V Dining
I 1.
te'l "Attorney. Thos. J. Shave, +.S... --.. .... -'-. '.+" -: I
_ Jr. -.- HIBISCUS GARDEN CLUB 3rd Monday of month at 8 p.m. _

Subjects and instructors are KRAFT ATHLETIC CLUB officers and numbers of the Board of Directors for 1963 CITY PLANNING BOARD "
3rd Thursday Commission ;
the same for the sessions held were installed at the regular: meeting of th? club last Wednesday evening at their new Chambers City

_ the"'week, with the exception of building at Tenacres. From left are, E. H. Mosley, Darwin L. Smith, vice-chairman, ;

I j a class .Friday from 3 until 4 p.m., C. J. Barker, Fred Darling, and Fred O'Ste 'n, all members of the Board, Aaron .Flan. WOMAN'S CLUB 1st Wednesday Woman's Club Bldg.

-I Court Procedures, to be E.instructed Wea-- nery, re-elected president and chairman o' the Board, Alvin Lemack, vice-president, BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, Nassau District 6 p.m. 2nd Friday L

by County Judge J. Jack Bridges, Richard Miner, and Eddie Roberson, Board members, Virgil Lyle, secre. Seaside InnMERCHANT'S .

I .therford. tary, and Howard Wilson, treasurer. Not present were Board members, Richard Gal- GOVERNOR FARRIS BRYANT signs proclamation dcsig'

phin, Frank E. Walters and Roy Hickox. -Photn i bv, Kil12 ASSN. -. each '.3rd Thursday Noon Luncheon. natmg the month of February as Roll Call month for the

Seaside Inn Florida Nurses Association, as Miss Marion McRenna, Presidentof

Session THE SERIOUS SIDE OF CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 2nd Tuesday Luncheon 12:15: the statewide organization: looks on. The Proclamation,
HOTPOINT Training City CommissionContinued SERIALSThe Seaside Inn signed in the Governor's office in Tallahassee, called for state

.. Set February 19 wide recognition of the many contributions made by Florida's
from One long, low sedan stops quickly. BUCCANEER COIN CLUB -.8 p.m. 2nd Monday each month nurses to the welfare and security oi the'.citiuris of the Sun
For Cub Den MothersTom ( Page ) .
GEN. DUNCAN HISTORICAL shine State.Chamber. .
1963Refrigerators The man in the street turns to -
Lannon, district chairman, nature.In flee. day each month 8 p.m..- TV Room at Recreation Center. .
i Nassau District, Boy Scouts of other business, the Commission -
America, announces a Den Mothers' authorized Sanders to advertise From the car blazing guns MAGNOLIA GARDEN CLUB -- 4th Tuesday of Month 8 p.m. .
: for bids for the of Blast the man as he runs- Pinney Antes
Basic Training Session to be paving NASSAU CHAPT. NO. 49 .ROYAL ARCH MASONS 2nd and
held February 19 at, 7:30 p.m. at Ash Street from Second Streetto three on page twenty- 4th Thursdays 8 p.m.. Masonic Temple' ( from Page One)
the Container Conference ,Room. Front Street. This is the approach ) A 19 year-old girl flunked her
IN STOCKHARDEEBROS. All Den Mothers are urged to to the new launching rampat FERNANDINA TEMPLE' 7, PYTHIAN SISTERS 2nd. and 4th and activity required to stage the driving test when she backed her

attend, and all mothers of boys the city marina. "They've got him! They've got Mondays of month at.8 p.m. Masonic Temple. annual event. This matter will be car into the rear of a Florida

interested in becoming Cubs are The city wiU bear the cost, ass Red McClusky! CHAPTER 55, ORDER EASTERN STAR 1st and 3rd Tuesdays explored and discussed at a future Highway Patrol station.
cordially invited. usual, of one-third of the paving They learned that he sang to the Masonic Temple_ date. From the. evidence I'd say she

Cub Scouts ages are from 8 to in this area, with businesses dicks. Director Jack Woodward sug- had been taking driving lessons!
11 years. abutting on the street to pay He was buying a hat SPEBSQSA Lounge EACH TUESDAY -8 P.M. Recreation Center gested that it would not be feasible from her Mother. Had the old

their individual one-third. When this goon with a gat- to attend the meeting of the man coached her she would have

ATLANTIC AVENUE Sanders was also authorized to (Please turn, now, to page fifty- State Road Department Budget plowed into the front of the station -

Miss DianeContinued call for bids on resurfacing Franklin six). Too Committee on March 4 and 5, head-on (at about 70 mph.

._ -. Street. This item was included Late To ClassifyBY since this would not be the pro ,
( from Page One) in the city budget for the cur- Our reader, his goggle eyes glaring per time to present a request con- I Congress, predicts Rep. Hale
; Boggs, D.La. will tax
the heart. Twin candelabras, hold rent year. RUSSELL KAYI cerning the bridge to St. Marys.All approve a
I cut, but do little in the of
ing red candles, and two basketsof Authorization was also given : Leaps up with an ear-splitting members were in agreement.
appreciate the fact that ad- kid changing the tax structure.
shriek stuff in hair that's
white with red bows the my my It was agreed unanimously that
gladiolas to call for bids on paving
; head And explodes with a roar, vertising pays for many pf the business. To put it another some
the Chamber { Commerce under-
added to the Valentine! motif. In parking lot at the golf course and '
splendid radio and television feel slight cut but the-
For this third of fourIs pro Cigarettes and beer are just may a
part write the Jaycees' sports car
accordance with this. theme each for bids for deep well at the
a I I know knife in the back won't be
grams enjoy. that were pulled'out.
to be continued next week. plain cigarettes and beer. I haven't
in the amount of in
girl was recognized by the number golf ,for irrigation races $600, as I
A start course pur- Herbert Luke it not for the tremendous'adver- found a whole lot of difference in the I .
she held in hand whichwas past.On
her ,
poses. tising investment of certain spon- the various brands. None of them trial basis members In baseball both major leagues
on a red heart trimmed- with. The proposed lighting systemat sors I would not have the plea- are '"smooth, smooth, smooth," as a have extended the strike zone.
agreed to change meeting
.# white lace. City Ball Park was broughtup Just Ramblin'Continued sure of seeing, World Series ball the man' says or are they as "cool \ each Not to help the pitchers or hurt
from the of
second Tuesday
First runner-up was Dorothy by Commissioner Ben Sorensen game in full color, and' .I under cool, cool. Wouldn't it be 'nice if the batter, but to make the umpires -
Bedford of Callahan High School. who asked that this work be ( from Page One) stand the importance and value ome honest guy simply said, "My month, to each third Monday. look better.It .

Kids. get a head start on Dorothy was sponsored V Pine- done before Little League and of commercial competition, and i product is good, why don't you President Flenniken presided< will no. doubt help the pitchers --
There has been considerable with Directors Reed Lewellen) La-
rowing up with "jumping breeze Pullet Farm. Annette Senior League activity begins on free enterprise.I try it, thanks for listening, and this season. But it still will
juvenile"life insurance. Protects Jacobs, a senior 'at Fernandina conjecture on the effect the Thio- am of the that mar Perdue, Eldridge Partin,
15. much
May aware part now go back to your program. ]I be more difficult to throwa
now,builds cash values. Beach High School, was secondrunnerup. kd Chemical Corp. will have on constructive Bryan Rauschert, Bob Askins, Dan
- It was agreed that; Sanders advertising has played think I'd buy just from pure gra- strike in baseball than to call
Coverage jumps five-fold atage' Miss Jacobs was one and this area if they succeed in securing in expanding markets, reducing tification. Daugherty, Harry Poole, Clayton one in business.
should ahead with plans
21. at same low prem. of the four contestants interviewed Air' Force"contracts for costs to the and Sanders, and Curt Lasserre, in
consumer The odds about that
this are even
ium. Let us tell you more. the MIDDAY television specifications for lightingand making huge solid fuel missile attendance. -
on program making this
secured country a better I labor leaders will call more
should be
that A
poles Classified
other boosters. And there isn't much Try Jack Woodward was a guest
February 6, The girls in the immediate future so that !' place in which to live. : II strikes this year th umpires..
I 'WOOTEN in the top' five were, Brenda I longer to wait to see if Thiokolis I '
I have adv Their ; the whole
this phase of the work may be no quarrel with season cover
Townsend from Fernandina Beach : consummated while bids are being the successful bidder. Technical tising. I believe in it and r'-I i I Commission Asks year and the strike zone has

Insurance AgencyCALL High School and Janice Grunig, received on the lighting fixtures. proposals will be received tomorrow ,it for what it.is and what it Dozier & Gay I been- increased and extends from
from bidders and cost
ELLEN SHANK a student at Callahan.Assisting Commissioner E. J. Johnson seven I do, 'however, have n bone to'' (Continued from Page One) the east coast to Hawaii and
: .."": 261-5503 each girl as she stepped brought out that similar lightingis proposals will be received on Feb. pick with present-day advertising I Varnish the funds. from Key West to Alaska.the .
Spar cure
I from the stage to begin her 25. Thiokol's site is at Horse Bend methods
being planned for the colored and practices. I strongly Thos. J. Shave Jr.
parade throughout the audiencewere Bluff in Georgia's Camden Coun-I attorneyfor
; Harry recreation area, as requested bya and has 2500 in the Initial I resent the' hard sell program now; the Board, said that he was county prison farm and the
acres -
Phillip Robinson and ty
!iV Johns. delegation of colored citizens ata manufacturing and test sec being practiced and so.dear to the $4.50 Gal arranging a meeting with Road county jail for making improve-
recent meeting. heart of many of the bright young Board Member Ralph Powers of ments he had recommended.A .
tion. An
Providing entertainment while adjacent area, mostly '
: REI'tI1I' the tallies were figured were Miss Sorensen asked that the city marsh land, contains 7,193 acres men Madison Avenue. Lake City for a discussion of the new policy regarding indigent .

Sarah Hanna who} sang "Pale provide additional practice fields and fronts on the Intracoastal I resent. having my intelligence proposed $125,000 revenue certificates patient admission at Hum-

Moon." She was accompanied by; for the increasing number of lit- Waterway. A buffer area, to the insulted every time I turn a radioor E-Z PIC necessary to finance the phreys Memorial Hospital was

; TEENAGERSAT the bongos, Bob tie League teams and suggestedthat West, contains 6,823 acres which television knob. I object to the paving.i agreed to in that the hospital
George Tyson on 14TH & BEECH
Springer with .he Maracas, and the area owned by the cityon will be leased. Floyd Creek runs bad taste in much of today's, ad I i Reports were read from. the board will also be consulted regarding

HOME? at the piano was Mr. Louis Atlantic Avenue adjacent toJgan's through the main area and will be vertising. I am sick of the :announcers I j I state prison inspector praising such admissions.
desirablefor screaming, yelling !'
A'I Creek would be the boosters ----
used to
Ferreira, composer of the transport ,
threatening, finger pointing,:
this purpose. when built, by barge to Cape
song.Miss I The other he proposed is the ing, pleading, imploring and ,begging -
I Canaveral. On the South they
Wl the Carrier booklet Hanna and George Tyson Avenue. trip
area between Atlantic will through the Fernandina ..
duet "Catch A Falling
_ ':/oiffesidential air condiwtioning !. sang Sta.r".a Following, the singing of I and City Ball Park and adjacent' Beach pass harbor. Another Florida *I am a more or less normal' individuaL -

in the March to the American Legion Hut. Both in Miami i I experience the same I
; "Moon River, Mr. Tyson was I firm, Aerojet.General Corp.
issue of Reader's Digest. called back for an'encore, which areas were approved by the Com !, is also seeking the contract. I problems as 'most people I have DID YOU KNOW ?

... .. was the very beautiful, "I Love mission. that The possibility of Thiokol being bad body breath odor, falling hair,' dandruff,
Paris." A pantomime by Mark Sorensen also suggested successful has already stimulated indigestion, irregularity -
: Morris and Sherry Thomas rounded something should be done one activity in the Kingsland, Wood- heart burn, headaches, sniff-

..... CamerL.B. out the entertainment.Many way or another on the proposed bine and St. Mary's areas of lea and a lot of other things on
thanks are extended by natural gas system for Fernandina Camden County and if they get occasions. Experience and common
Beach and that this be on the sense have enabled me to live IT IS UNLAWFUL.
,.... the Yulee P-TA, to all the sponsors the contract those cities are expected with such don't I IFor
meeting and I
of the next regular annoyances
... the girls, principals, Mrs. agenda to boom. '
\'iola McCormick, Mrs Emily on Feb. 27. 6 or worry over them. I j justdon't
1 .. The natural gas system has like being reminded over
Reese Plumbing Howard, Mrs. and Johnhon, Mrs. been the subject of considerablelocal Seems that the AAA just can't and over and over again, that'physically Any Person Or Persons To Engage In Business Under.A Fictitious -
Mrs. Ray
Houston Sapp, let well enough alone in Nassau
,::; &, Heating Co.:110l discussion and dissensionfor I am a total loss and a *
Cough Funds for the County. Bill Wellons, director of danger to society. t' '
f over 3 years. Name Unless The Name Is Registered \ .
:-..,. .:-S.? 8th Ph. 261.4892 system were approved by the traffic, engineering and safetyfor Most pf the products the an- ?
Try A Classified Housing and Home Finance Administration the American Automobile nouncers rave and tear their hair *v 7* :

but strong opposition Association, censored the feelingof about are good, but none are as

: I to the project as proposedwas many Nassau County residentson goood as they claim and in spiteof Read This Florida Law. 'T" *
Interstate Route 95 he
.. raised by the local Junior as what nine out of 10 doctorssay .
Chamber-- -- -of -Commerce and others spoke to the Southside Business or how many fewer cavitiessome ,

::: ffhe Jlla110i and has stymied any progress' Men's Club in Jacksonville 'yes kid had, or how fast ,thisor \

-. on the system. terday. An account of the meeting that pain remedy may be, it all "It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein,' to engage In I

The Commission moved to ask said that Wellons chided adds up to a lot of high pressure business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined, without and

: In .A Magnificent Mountain Setting for plant bids the on present a new city vehicle bus used to sup-in Nassau of IR for 95 opposing to the Georgia the extension line .I get blah right and down baloney to and it, I when am you inclined unless said fictitious name shall be registered with: the clerk of the circuit court of

., ....,. transporting passengers and packages and added that they could not see to feel that the "best buy the county where the principal place of business is, which registration shall consist '
Beach the big picture that a national for any sane individual is
and Jacksonville.It between Fernandina. network of highways is designed I"BRAND X." I am not impressed of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit signed by all interested, persons, ,

E was pointed out by Sanders i I to benefit the majority and not with scientific demonstrations or stating under oath the name of all those interested in the business" enterprise, the
the minority. What Wellons fail elaborate graphs or charts. Theydon't
fine that the service present but bus that has the rendered daily ed to include was that chief opposition prove a cockeyed thing in extent of the interest of each, and the fictitious name under which aid business is

ft,... schedule leaves no time for re- to IR95 was that the my book. carried on. Said registration may not be made until the.person or persons desiringto
""'!' held Aside from the
Nassau segment be up until extravagant
.. repairs necessary for a vehicle of Georgia is ready to meet Floridaat claims and so-called scientific engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised;his or their intention I

;:s.; this He type.also pointed out that a reserve the state line. Also that muchof proofs any sane, sensible individual to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four (4)) consecutive '
the opposition was not to ,the knows that no one soap, or
in this department has been weeks in defined law in the where said registration
i highway itself but a discussion of toothpaste or detergent is super- some newspaper as by county -
that will for more
"I built than half up of a new pay: bus.' It was the route it would take through ior to all others. If that were the is to be made, and said registration shall not be accepted by She clerk of the
Nassau. Wellons also waxed case a lot of concerns would have ,
.. also noted that the bus is sometimes when he quipped that comical he been out of business long ago and circuiLcourt<< i except upon receiving proof of such publication.?* '\v '
used for charter and at such
: wears a bullet proof vest through I their product forgotten Most aay ,
wonderful food BridalS
Old World Charm needed.
gorgeous time two are I don't whether of the popular pain arresters will

lfe, danting, bridge, bingo, movies, shuffleboard( The Commission citing the traffic adopted hazard a resolution Boulougne.the AAA was right argue or wrong intheir. give you some relief in time if If You-Are Engaged In Business, Under Any Name Other Than
stand on the Boulougne you have a headache but I haven'tfound

- .Olympic' size pool, art lesons, and rock hunting near that exists at Five sent Points to and the "speed trap" and I am willing to one yet that is "Fast, Fast, Your O.wn, And Have Not Had This Name Properly AdvertisedAnd
copies were ordered _
Fast" So I wish that screwball
"gull:courses antique and craft shops-Biltmore County Commission and the State let mine the whether Florida they legislature will abolish deter- who stages the race to my bloodstream Registered, See Your Attorney For.All Necessary Information

EWe"":':. Mountain trails drives pleasing .rates. Road Board. It was attend suggestedthat the this tiny municipality or not butI would clam op lor'awhil' ,q JI", II, .<

r--. budget a meeting representative of the Road Boardin do suggest to Wellons that he j.am, old' fashioned' enough, to As To What You Should Do. ...
that bath witha
believe a daily
has made his long since .
V. Write Harry Tracy, The InnkeeperThe early March and stand.emphasize past on Boulougne point'and that I decry ctke of soap will do as much ,for +ri' ;,
Commission's ,
the mV don'tbe'ieve
'. .- further bad publicity he as society I

,. Manor on Charlotte Street in Asheville, brings any Nassau on this subject. a special cream or spray ."I 1-' FERNANDINA BEACH
- Newspaper advertising brings or 'ioU-on is wonderful, and 1 I NEWS.LEAQER'I'f.
.... North Carolina "showcase" into -
the merchants don't worry about my delicate ,
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r- your.home.- : : : AlL 'Jf 1 wist to oie tkafgreuy iip4jr -.- -
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.- ,- I New Leader,:'Fernandina Beach, Florida -Thursday, February 14, 1963 Page Seven
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t i )...... ...., .. ,v.. .- I ; ; :: gt I; FBTMc r Pirates To Meet I CityBowJing 1 -

At Seosid Tcsd3y ... ;.,'. I

I f $ PQrt $ S l qnf |'of The the egul Fernandina r monthly Beacl\meeting W-- :I Maccienny: T.n i.ht I Leaguo ill !"" "

I men/s Golf Association will be To Open T UY II. B. ELLI,, JR.
BY CURT GORDgN held at the Seaside Inn Tuesday., rqQYT WEEK OF' 2-7 **

February 19. at 12Wl( noon. 'S
-, The Pirates. played. their best if the first, two tem scored ) Due 'to the absence of the e Fernandin Beach" Pirates Team Standings L )

_ basketball game cf the feedson enough tq let the third' group president, Mrs. "RoWjt Bryce, traveled to Live Oak today. to ,( Bombers, 'I-13 2 TIt.

.I last Friday night Svhj bey:dfc- pLiy, The third team .is knowu. ; I the first yice-presidejt, Mrs.Hebet' enter the Keystone Conference. } I Mixers 39 31 .

I seated $Stark at the local gyjm, theRenegades! e} and made up : Fishier, will. be in Basketball Tournament. Play j!''Murray's Store 31 39
G 1-51. The boys; took we' floor of .Mjke Conner, frank Bailey, harg ",- I opens at six gun.' with the Mac : 4i811
: ; Paper AIm 31. 45 447b3
full of 'deterninati'ondd3 Charles : w clenny] Wildcats and the Fernan .
( Bipis, C uck; Howard, 54
old saying goes, ;'the y wanted Butch Dur \\ act Duane RQw- *_ 1 Pirqte ScoringCharles dma Beach Pirates playing the I lUh5Team i ; 3-games

to win". Their $bODtjf\g. and' pasing !-, land. Benuec* \sold U| IJonday ,! Ar I Uv first game to get the Tournament. BQmbers
I Paper Mill -
I was the best of the season mg he was going to let the '! + Corbett 2GO officially qndejway., 'mIQ

therefore it was a night 'Xhe.n'verything ( Benega'de} play the.final! quaitcrof I Ronnie Sapp .23'-,' At seven-thirty Thursday night, Murray's, Store' "

went just right. th-e Callah garae: even if J # : \ Steve '-Thomas. 141 Santa Fe plays Green Cove Skidmare High, Ind.,-. 3GamesK. "' :....n
r Probably : the tappies.{ WS 05< te scor.e was tied :Or ,Fernandina i I __ John Crisp : 119,;' Springs and at 9 p.m.: Uve Oak gfa61J 619
H. Ellis
the scene was Coach Bob Stover, was 1)e) |\nd. They played and Ralph Bennett 104,' will entertain Starke in the finalgame i ,
who has said all season the boys scored', 8, points while Callahan : (Joe Thrift 41 of the. first round of action. ,, F. Bbwen )

were eai1e if' th'ojjd! 'just1 e *f*v 19, bu' Fernandina J4 won I Donnie Brazell 40 Play resumes at 7pm.: Friday MftT High Team""'! Game. ,
*"*' Paper 1009
I come thrpugh.'v \\ht ga.. et 46-40. *Steve Beckett 3ii[ night with the winner of the Mac- '
Bombers itfr
I -tf Richard Sapp t 10. clenny-Fernandjna game playing

Maybe the "shot in the arr.}"< Sam Jlernrtv and Nick Tiliakos I Ted Sieger- 8 the winner of the Santa Fe-Green Mixers, 978

for the Pirates wa$ the) fact that were at a duck blind recently! [James yIan .. 21 Cove Springs match. At eight- High, Ind. Game
- they were dressed' out in branjj aiyl Sam Wat boasting to Nickbout SURE TQ REIQ\TE Qk TW of local citIzeis. vho avail themselves .". thirty on Friday night P. K. S. Bohannon 262

new warmup jackets. The following his great abilities as a f 1 faciUy is the n w 1 alt ; yhi h op n aursday night at the Recre4jon -. B TEAM I Yonge, who dew a be. iIthe H. Ellis 24'tF.
- is tie J lUt 'of people malting; hunter. Then a flight of duck! Ccilter. kug iiun 1v' iAie Ii c1l ZU1d more are epected as the Alan CpY r' 160, first round, will play the winner Bowen

the new jackets possible) : Cm- came over, and Sam took care- p, oje t progr ses lho attending ih? opening show off some of the devices whici Richard Scfromaa 134 I'' of the Starke-Live Oak game. Bohannon High Scratch. Bowlers,. 245-557
Cell Club/L. L Bohannon, R.* H. fuf aim. He ''fird.l Not a single ha b en irstlled tecreiion( Di e or and eS.andrQ is shown at left fleung his Benny Alvarez 13? The winners of games Friday K. Skdmor 19i-5t

- Young's, Inc., Y. ET- {Jlall, $''arn duck fell Sam turned to NICK mli !e yItli the pulley weights, L B4ha1don s e health bike. I1erb, White has Jerry Beard, 4 57 82 : night Ayill meet forth? title at WilliamlOn 192-533!

- Merrow, Jr., Paul' Burns, tr.) and with awe in his voice said. he be1f and T4 Sgea medicine b111. Qthers sbovn al the onin are, left Barry Rice eight-thirty on Saturday night, H. EIUs' 21t-52ti

James Stewart'' 'Bob Talton, Mr al;i kk, you-arf no\y ,vvilnessin* amiracie. to right, Howkr4 1amm d, Buddy Burg ra yi1! Burgess, G I yVaas, Bol, Randy Richard' Price Nobles- ',*. 41 44. xuth a consolation game betweenthe. F. Bowen 199523H.

and Mrs. T. R. Sieger*, Mr. Ind- Somewhere in tLal1ikt Young, an unientfficrncmbe Burns' Bau, fioy Key, Chip. \Yood, Jim Melton, Roy Beryl Rice ... losers of Friday night games Wilson i 8
I Mrs. George Sapp, Mr. and Mu. !! of ducks, flies a dead one," Lentjes andNea4son. 4 : 3c being played at seven. .
lira ..* 1 *1vr -Ph th bvPirqtes Xirvg Richard WiHiamsf 31 R. Hadden 181-505
Houston Sapp, }fr.: and Mis. w K .
_ Rylant, Mr. and Mrs, Dave Thomas Fernandinaill travel 1 to LiveOak I Mike Rice '23 {!. FjIkinoit ...: 1 5-SO!

_ Mr.: and MrS. Etteeft... Oor- :Thursday, t 'day to take part Win 645I 1 i Ii Ihq EL.ec KAC Jack Barniak Harrison .t 2Q Name Racing StarsInvite --SimiIa'r

bett, Kenneth Beckett and Char i. 1 e Keystone. 'Conference. Bas \' (' ,. John 14 I Daytona. prize money i is
_ les Kims.I J S ke.tbafl Tournament. Pirates .I Hank. Bailey N? 4 Outsiders posted for several other NAS

*T i play J l accl nny "in the opening Over Starke I IFcnng In.t .. P.irates 60-5 I! 'gqWligghague Charles Howard Burns '. ,.\":" v 4 CAR events at Darlington, S. C.,
Chuck ; -
i Atlanta and Chailotte.
Fernandina and 'Calllhart p1 y-I game tonight" and if they I 4// '
ed a real close garner: here 011 I \1 \hev meet the. Green, Cove Chuck Duren, r' For Daytona 500'DAYTONA I Johnson also said, "We would
I [ t anns fri BY H. B. ELLIS, JR. I
: e Sqw Mike Conner
Ramblers; <<
Monday night: with thtf Santa, Fe winner on Friday 11Jht. gy. ; J11e 1 have a little different situation

besting the Pirates, 60-55. The i? I WEEK OF 2-6 BEACH, FLA. if we were running in their

score wa tied ovejr '*i jx Ump4 Nt.$. ;Skipper reporU a few In their bes performance' of The f ernandina Beach. Pirates \ Total( Bowlerettes Junior Johnson and Bdck Baker, I' races. They're not as strict on
during the game .and the lead catches of fish at Skipper's }o'ishCaw th.s. flso1! the Pirates\ defeatedthe and th Callahan Ramblers battled Team Standings W L Pins .' I two of the big names among the rules in US \C, I hear. So
I changed )iands' j Jtt .iBout as*(,!. ; 'as llarold,"Bennett Droughtfivepoilnd Staike Tornadoes G-5l'ih aKeystone away at each other, i in, typical OrviTle's """, \ BY SHIRLEY\ JACKSON NASCAR's Southern stock ear i we'd probably be at a disadvantage
( 55>
ten. The score waS tied( with '2' n a.1 trout and a few Conference basketball game l last Monday, night and ; '21 53901 WEEK Of FEB. 12 have age until we learned how much,
stars objectionto
minutes to go: inj: the 'g'AE? .ba} sh. t ejljead !t r. and Mrs. Wakes game here I last, Friday night Fer-"* I when the' final whistle' soundedCallaha'ri ijadd Sandbar n Lanes'.. 46% 29%'55091 Tot' racing an influx,of "outsiders"no in the I we could get away with up there.
42% 33 53543
quick scores by dallahan won aught sfve.fal trout and a couple: nandina evidently had nude up was winner, 60-55.: % Team W L Pin Feb. 24' "Daytona 500" race. But I don't worry down herf.

the game. \\fe\ don't ffiak\ the of ftsbermen, from Jacksonville its mind to put together a' good The game was another Calla. The BedorV Vno'1lS"Drugs 27 31 49 45 51374 52519 Hadden Lanes. 60 24 42286, "Let 'em all come down' here," Norm Friel (NA.SpAR technical

Pirates played as4welP'as thly._ caught tw6, ive-pound trcut. performance" and" Starke. was. tb. mn-Fernandina; scrap from the Beach .ar' 'I. 26 50 51574 Setzers 44 40 42325 drawled Johnson, the c celebrated director) is going to see that

- did against Starke on Friday Sh san t ha\ hiding\ \ are bog'.r.-; victim., beginning arid! \he, outcpme, 'was $ Hardee; aW s. 39. 45 4 1363 chicken farmer from Ronda, N. they use the same rules we, rup.
night but* we certainly don't ning \\0 conic in, and with good The Pirates\ jumped out; i in fronton really; in doubt u ..ti.Qpl\ one min- ] IJigh Team* 3GamesBeckerVTDrugs Waas Drugs 38, 46 4111$ C.: "I'can outrun all of 'em as If they can beat us that way,

want to take anycredit away leather. "fishing, should improve a goal by Ronn\e\ Sapp in the ut remained in *the game., The > .. 2873 B ach Loung? 36 48 41192 easx as I can outrun one," fine: But. I'll have to b$ S WQ."
from Cal aban s' they )have 'i soon. '. opening minute, of the game then Ramblers[ jumped ahead* 57-53 at I Sandbar 2856 :
\ aiey\ 35 49 41327 Baker, former bus driver from Baker, one of the old pros p.f
: with a free shot by Sapp'and I The Unknowns 2844 '
ball club their record a that oint.
good as 18-J it High Team Singly Charlotte N. C., and twice NAS- the stock car racing sport, re
for 'the season will justify Herb Potts reports from Potts>> field goal by Charles Corbett, the High(! {nd. 3-Games I
The score was tied at 53-53 Scratch CAR Grand National\ Champion, called his early days and the
We might mfJ'ltiolthe twu' fishing Canrp( on Lofton' Cktha"Warren ,. Chuck Pirates Moore took a 5-0 lead before' with: just two minutes; t9 go in.he L. Flini 668 Hadden Lanes 609 said he thinks the, entry o$ USAC skimpy purees of the 1940s and
the first .
U losses came by Hillfard. s Smith caught: a basket II. Ellis 643
game, but Demon. fereen. scored Setzers 580 drivers in NASCAR events will 1950s. "Getting the top USAC
_ I black& bass last .weeK unihe of the evening for Starke.' three free shots' and,' Mike pook J. Beckett, 610. Baileys 577 help racing, and that ,will. help drivers down here will help thi
Wheq first ended
Danny Griffin' Fernandina' caught one weighing four ; period Cor added a field goal after Doug) High., Team GameBecker's" High Ind. Single. all of us.Glenn sport to draw even bigcR.
gift: to the UniyVsit 'of Florida pounctb along' with a few clian- bett had scored points, Sapp 7, Farley scored from the field Drugs'sri 1012 'Scratch' (Fireball) Roberts, another crowds," he said. "That will mean-

baseball,,' program, Tn'ju.rei *n* oel catfiin weighing) over five, and Pirates Steve a 17-9 Thomas first 2, to giye lead.the while Steve Thomas ,scored only'. The Unknowns" "" 9,79Sandbar' Eleanor F int. 209 top NASCAR driver, recently more% money for: all' of us. I don't

ankle last week and will m' ,ounds.About. ., quarter' once for the Pirates. I : 970'. Gloria Hadden \ ,200 fired a verbal blast at think they can beat us. But Jf
Cprbe, his lest nigb
the entire baseball seaQr. i\\\, '* '* 4 inscoring having, led Fernandinathrpugh The ame opened with each' High, Ind., GameL Ruth, Williamson; 192 I what he called the "on -\\'ay" they can, more power to them"

_ a tough break fo/Da'nny vty Hat 60 football candi.at! a the second with team playing a cautious brand of Flint'1 248S. High, Team Three agreement under, which intern I Baker also voiced his respect
Gainesville for liii first year reported to Coach* Wayne' Benne H points, with Sapp scoring 2, and balL Neither ,team 'scored, a 'field Bohannon X244J. Scratch' : >,x tional (FIA) sanction permits : for the ability of th? top UAC
on a full baseball scholarship. and' Red Bean for Spring Ralph Bennett\ 2. ,$Starke outscored goal until fours minuteg had: elap Bec"ket '"* 230 Hadden Lanes 169Setzers' } 'United States \utp Club (US. : drive;!. "They're good," he safd.I .
-A' practic t.1' Tuesday afternoon Fernandina during the second I sed ,in the, game, when Harold High Scratch Fowlers 162(1( AC) drivers to compete in the I "And that's another reason I

Coach Wajne ,Bepnej has b" it'thU week. With that'numberof ; 8 minUte, 13-12, to narro\'."}o'e -, Davis scored for Callahan. The S. Bohannon, *-* 234565L. Baileys : 1470 rich. NASCAR race at Daytona. I don't mind having them." lYe
) using two B teams all season candidates out for a position, nandina's lead to 29at the end Ramb'lers had built up' a 5-2 leadat Flint 212-560 S High. IndThree.Scratch" Roberts complained that there I have 50 spots in this Daytona

-I although he had another.. r team.* the Pirates h9plI! be ready foranother'fine of .the.fitt: :Jia.lx, -. *".'' 'that, : point.,by scoring on iiya! II-ElIis .- '/ .. 195556J. .. I *' S .,was no reciprocation, \iith the race Th8 '!s no,game; fr> ami*

ready.. for action if'necessary. .. r, or football) season. We Bennett got the Pirates ,off ->to .01 six free shots. John Crisp 'B Ckett 209-547' Eleanor tt'. ,*> 541Patsy I NASCAR' '-driyers getting* a shot teurs, running. ( arpund out thereat

.. .., -" I another 13-point quarter by dropping cored the onJy'point for he Pirates J. Lynn 195-521 506 at USAC prize money. 1G5 mHe per hour. Neitqr
t iI) -field goal after one minute on a free sho in the early D. Roberts 189521W Ruth Williamson 485 Johnson, who said he considers group has 50 drivers capable of

of play in the third stanza. moments of the game. H.. -Cox 172-513... Doris Howard picked up a, 1- tfASCAR's top talent to be racing at that speed. I'd rather

The Tornadoes rallied to even the The Ramblers were ahead 10. 5-10 split\ and a 5-10 split. better drivers than USAC's, hav a dozen of those spots lill--

j score with 13' points\ and the, score. ?J with a minute tQ4 go in, the'openng .-, I noted that then are no usAastofk ed by USAC drivers 'who know)
at the end ,of three quarters of period but, Joe'Thrift sctrou:: ; while S. Thomas scored 3 12, Newspapers are the only medium car r .c.et \\hosf purse what they're doing than" to have

play found' Fernandina ahead. from the field and Ralph Bennett} ,; ant' 6,' Murray- 4'Jones!.rf' 2., Yan-I offering the magnetic: appeal -.compare with such 'NA' CAR lootas them filled'by Sime' amateur."". *'

42-35. dropped in another two-pointer as dock..--. 2. of classified ads. ._ I the. $ Q0QpIus! at lake, in, who might tI1t you up.

I whistle sounded, 'and the- ,
the -
Corbett scored 8, points ", ; k .
Bennett 6, as Fernandia turnedon score was knotted at 10-aiL I ,

the steam in the final eight Fernandina really went to ,work .' .
minutes to score 22 points while ill the second period, with Ben

holding the visitors to 16. -The nett leading, \the way, and wcked .
I Pirates were off and running i in up 25 points while Callahan scor ;

I I the quarter as they racked up 10 ea only 17, and the Pirates en-t' : :
II re'starke halftone. FEBRUARY
straight points bef oyed a 35-27 lead at "
I scored its first goal of the period The Ramblers came out'Iro!.! ... .. \
after three minutes had elapsed. the halftime intermission with 'J '

Corbett racked up 27 points to fire in their eyes inf racked' up \, :-< .- ,.' -
lead Fernandina, while Bennett .I 12 straight points before 'elI,1n ( S.
scored 13, Ronnie Sapp 14, Steve dina scored, and the Rambler had S : : S t :
Thomas 4, Sapp 2, Steve 2 -'S S -
Richard akep; the lead b] a score cf .;
r'A _._____1 4 I[ Beckett 2, and Ted Steger" 2. 35.. Thomas* ,, Thrif: and, Sa!g b :.. :; .');; I. \. '
Chuck Moore made 20"poinfs. to scored to, put the Pirates back: in :
.5 .t
i i -: I lead Starke, while John williams front 42-41. Thrift sadded another .

_ scored 17. fielder and Sapp 'a free toss, ,

The varsity game was the only while Green scored for Callahan, -

_. o4iI4..I.4i 4 action on the local flpoj l as'" the B and at the end of three pens2s.,.. "
team was in Starke for the Key- the Pirates were ahead; '434. ..
.-' 111111 B team Tour-
stone Conference
scored ;
In the final period Sapp
j'J ,. te4t ft f' '' nament' losing.' to P. K. Y'onge''* tWG free shots to hike the Pirate :
w 30-20.() I
WRAP' YOUR HOME lead to 47-43: bu.\ Harold Davis
the first
The score at the end of and George Milligan scored field
of found P. K. Yonge
perjod play
.. .' goals (o tie the score after tWQ
I WARMTH leading 7-3, but Fernandina
minutes of play. Then Cook hit
;- ,. ; fought back to tie the score at to put'the Ramblers ahead 49-47..

WITH'STANDARD: 11-ft, P. K. Yonge outscoyed the Charles Corbett Uotted the were
younjfPirates 11-4 in the third
at 49-49 and Steve Thomas scored -
period to'take a 22-15 lead at the to put Fernandina out in front.
epd of three periods of play. Fer-
51-49 Cook scored again, was
_ nSndlna continued to be outscored fouled while, shopting, and sci(,. gdj
in the final period, S-5 and 'P K.
the Ramblers -
on the free shot to put ..
I the ball 30-20. .
Yonge ,
game 4-
with two '
in front 52-51,
out --
Benny Alvarez scored 10 pointst ,,

I BURNEROIL i" {op Fernandina,' 'while Alan charity minutes toss to go.to make Farley it 53-51 added before 9 .___ -S

Cover/ scored* 6, Beryl Rice.. 2,'and Bennett tied it up at 53-53 : it'S..
Richard Nobles 2.
on a shot from the corner. Farl land

preen scored for Callahan, to
-: "Warms g/jnosf/ like Summer will have a story on the boys niake it 57-53"in favor of the S
: '
I soon derway.after the sessions L. get un Ramblers, with just: one; minute '. Comet! newest fun car..the SPQRTSTE4'H

Fill your hpme whh. c9': warmth all ',: r.' ; Steve Thomas and Ralph Ben, S Again Comet prqves that h has a wonderful way with a roof. Evidence: the clean, racy lines of this .. .

Winter long wift\\ clean, S.1 ady, convenient r few Football*days ago reminds ray. wife ushat says. .. to a nett paced the Pirate Ronnie scorers with S 'luxurious new'S-22 Sportster hardtop with individually adjustable bucket t seats. There's alsp the} new '
each while -
heat from STANDARD BURNER OIL. mj jan, Ladd? "Now "Lad 14 scored points 11, Joe Thrift 10, Charles Sapg Custom Sportster model so now you have a chpice of 14 fun cars from Comet. -jaunty hardtops'

- \Ve'll fill your tank' an4 tya \ij\ full. wouldn't to you that like boy to' that give doesn't jourfootoail Corbett Mike Coot 4, John scored Crisp*2i 2. to' lead ; new. convertibles, roomy station wagons and sedans With Comets classic roofline. And cost-cutting

I Whatever the: of burner orfurnace( you have*fwtbVll daddy!" Ladd"Couldn't!; clutchingthe tie Ramblers: while, Ralph flicks s tyi e.savers Eke, sejf-acjjust'ng brakes, 36,000-mife! major I lubrication '63 MERCURY S.

have for ,_'.'. says' ,, we scored ll, Doug Farlex 9, Demon intervals and 6,000-jnile minor lubes come in'every '63 Comet } S -4
I you can depend on us% prompt, give him paddy instead.. Green 9, Arnold Jones 4, 'George f \

unfailing deliveries of clean- urning, heattiacked ? -fir Milligan i 4 and Harold Davis tIn :' Sound. good? Visit your Mercury dealer and see just, how good! COMfT ,..,.
Steve. Thomas, Ralph Bennetl\

ii.:. STANDARD. v-. BURNER.kW OIL! when you : and Joe .Thr t had \heir &sfstoring scored the a 4640 B: game victory the over Pirates'the, I ; COMET' METEOR MERCURY: PRODUCTS OF (SJSTMSTe. \ COMPANY LINCOLN_! CfJRY DIVISION t I'
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need L.. nights of'the season 5- S' i.. r ** a -*
It. 7jr -
Ramblers with BarrjRice' .:
against Uahln: as Thomas ancBennett young 1 NOW.AVAILABLE. mil AT MERCURY DCALERSfe; .UslVEMflotD PALMER GOlf IfcSTRUCIiON ALBUM-ON TWO IP KfCOiDSf,
A \ with '.
i leading the way .
"" "" "' .W'
; score3 U each : 5-
I points. Jerry"Bearcl scored 6, Alan : ;

'. I while 'Thrift scored fo. \[homas Cover 6,, Benny Alvarez 4. .
.. brought 4own 9 Tefcounda and 12 Chuck Howard .t Richard"} cho.
iri the Stark, game while Ron- Ric(2
STANDARD H. F"Our me Sapp brought down 1\(\ in the ma Hank 4',Bailey Mike Rice 2, John 3Berl HarrfSo .2!;
IQK Jh Agent ;
t and 7 in'e t ssrreMotor Company
OIL \ f Callahan game ".'" utch Duren 5 and" R Ddy'PriCe
ke -
_' Dijint.S. Is Serving You1 Sta game 2. **T I ;

At Hama J. Hfesinbotham I led the *Ramb-****l!* 'South i!;qttt\\ \ \ YOUR FORD DEALER Phone 261-3819 ""eo'
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I 1' High School Echoes. I Jr.-High ElementaryLUNCHROOM '' ...

MENUS r ; /, .-? No Other TURKEYS Could Be So

FEB. 18 -22, .
Hi! The Pirates played a terrific '1 eb. 14, in the Woman's Club Monday: Hamburger /buns, 11 : DIXIE/DARLING BROAD

ball game last Friday night Building at '6 p.m. The meetingis lettuce and tomato salad, buttered BREASTED I

when they beat a 'covered dish supper and the corn, stewed prunes, and & t RAISIN
Starke with a program will deal with our{ mills i pint milk.Tuesday. LkL !,

score of 64 to 51; and the use of pulp and paper. : Meat loaf, mash- '
They were really The Seniors are reminded to ed potatoes, mixed green salad, BREAD ( iT' WeD Brand Turkeys ore especially
,I, on the ball The bring desserts, Juniors salads rolls and butter, apple pie w/ D. A. raised to produce
mighty Pirates and vegetables and Sophomoresmeats. cheese, and % pint milk. broader
w I meatier breast. Unconditionally *---
x ,; a played' their last Wednesday: Corned Beef 16ozLoaf With Purchase "A" guaranteed., ,
home game Mon Thursday the students at hash w/ potatoes and onions, of One Loaf
day night with F. B. H. S. attended an assembly frozen turnips w/ roots, cornbread 1 ,j at Regular Money back if you're nov

Mir Callahan and lost given by Southern Bell Tele- and ''butter, apple wedges, A 't Price of 29* G R AD E ,completely satisfied\ Buy"two. *

1 60 to 55. The phone on Telstar. The programwas yellow 'cake w/ chocolateicing, A Eat one freeze one,
school spirit was most interesting and educationaL
and milk.
% pint 0 ti
great and was extra exciting 0 R
: .viH Steve Thomas and Ralph The F. B. H. S. Thespians are Thursday]: Hot dogs / buns, GRADE It '
baked beans, cole slaw, fruit QUICK
cup '
I Bennett high scorers. planning to attend the district Quantity Rights Reserved I
"Diane Lewis, Junior class I vice- meeting in Jacksonville on Feb. raisin cookie, and3 pint milk. Prices Good Thru February 16th "A" 1--- FROZEN

president, informed me that the 14 and 15. Those attending will Friday: Tuna w/ noodles, COPYRIGHT WINN-DIXIE STORES INC -1963

: class is sponsoring a big Valen- be Glenda Morgan, Laura Lath- candied yams, celery sticks, cut

tttiie Dance Friday, February 15, rop, Carolyn Sutton, Laura Sor- green beans, cherry cobbler,' and w +
A" the Ret Center. The admission ensen, Sue Douglass, Lucy Jones, % pint milk. TURKEYS
r ; is 50c stag and 75c drag. The Ellen Babb, Paul Boles, Tommy

crowning of a king and queen Oliver, J. K. Freeman, and the
: "ariif refreshments are the main sponsor, Mrs. La Taille. Each Age 65 V/orkers
attractions. The dress is semi student entering is required to a 5 TO 22
: formal. Everyone give your sup- do a dramatic interpretation, Urged To Check LB. A VG. 3 9i ,/
1u.rt to the Junior class because poetry interpretation or humorous -
after all, the Seniors do want a interpretation. I am sure the J
On S S. Benefits LB.Turkey
t good prom this year! convention will be educational as tr' .
t The ,Little Women will hold ,well as enjoyable.
I I I i .
t their monthly meeting tonight, See you next week! About a million! people over
i 65 years of age may be eligiblefor .r.. Legs 9 t.6 49jf

I !; FLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTS fits,monthly but have,sociaf not let security applied bene-for : Turkey Thighs u. 590' ,

them.; '

; By Doyle Conner, Commissioner I forces more and more shiftingof According to R. B. Donaldson, .: : rJ I Turkey Breast LB. 69ff I

t ., ?'. Agriculture I agriculture production away social security district managerin .. Turkey Wings 39jJ j
.Mt ...Rapid technological progress from traditional areas. the Jacksonville office, many I .M y w. '
in all phases of agriculture is This is not my view. In fact, people over C5 who are still work Turkey Backs 290
ing have not applied for social LB. ,
: .cresting; a problem of unemploy- I want to see more new indus :
T -iwnt: in some sections of Flor- tries come into Florida. security benefits. These people Turkey Giblets
"ida. However, our agricultural progress may be losing money every day Goverment Inspected Half or WholeS v" u. 290, .

I ,t As a result, the Florida De- I must keep pace with the Just because they are earningover
} pattment of Agriculture is deeply I advances in industry. The need $1200 a year does not mean BONELESS BEAST and THIGH' MEAT .'6r. A Quick fror.

.I i help oTMong-range*interested assure continued in programs the development prosperityand that will ance for maintaining between is paramount.We industry a proper. and bal agriculture some that they you social are may security over not be 65 benefits.If entitled and earn-. to m 0 ,k e d H A M S Turkey Rolh. 79xWD

ing more than $1200 EXTRA
stability in farming districts.It need to inventory our re a year you LFAN FAMILY SIZE PACKAGE FRESH

t is well known that the main sources, set our goals and search social should check with your nearest The sweet, smoky flavor of G Beef.5iTFRESH "'I "
for security office. If you are r -
ways to reach them. We need .. .
: gtirpose of the Florida Council to eligible for back payments, you SUNNYLAND hams has made ,
bring new resources into our .
ef-400 is to promote and encourage rural areas to ,provide new economic may lose some of them f pr evemonth' ry them the first choice of thrifty 't BOSTON BUTTS \
: the development of the state.especially "
.. opportunities. you delay jn applying for homemaKers. Protein-rich, care
in the industrial
I feel benefits. By applying now, you Pork Roast"39xRegular r
certain that
fifld. many i industrial fully selected extra lean hams.
for the
are protected last 12
You might think, as spokesman firms will eventuallyfind months. So delightfully tender and tasty.
it profitable to locate in i < 69* COPELAND SMOKED
for agriculture, I'd take
a And
A social Government Inspected
security beneficiarywho to

.: dim of industries view of continued in Florida expansion which rural needed. areas These where are areas they which are earns more than $1200 in a assure you of the highest quality LB. S ausage LB. 5 9 '
have year gives up $1 of social secur
a surplus of labor that b is everytime. Buy either full half
II being displaced from farming because ity benefits for every $2 that he I LESS SALT BETTER ,
I Institute To Givei of technological advance earns from $1200, up to $1700. I I REMOVED: .- I I
; labor that is- unable to fin For every $1 that he earns over Bacon LS/I 39/1'
$1700, he gives matching I II J71
full-time employment agriculture up J CJ "
i i 200 Scholarships is practiced today, and- $ of benefits. := I ASTOR FROZEN & j

tt must have other work to augment However, Donaldson stated, no 50 Free W Green Stamps -- Ii! Grape Juice 6 CANS $1, mlImI.; I J.
t matter how much a beneficiaryearns
: has been pointed out by the in/ a year, he can still be T--' a Mustard. 6 Sff 89
full benefit for month .
I USDA there is an equivalent of paid a any Ii Iiin
I : Ihe Emery Institute of Winter 1,400,000 under-employed persons which he does not earn wages II IIof Enchilada Dinner t :JP:( DIXIANA FRESH FROZEN GREENS Detergent

t Park, a school for correcting in the.rural economy of the more than $100 and does not GOOD THRU FEBRUARY I6TH Collards 6 K:. 89< ..
: stammering, announced United actively ,engage in. self-employ I AT ANY ft1!
yesterday States. Over half the WINN-DIXIE lh J. IJ
E that 200 free home stud people in this who ment. In addition, a beneficiary "
/ country live I / ro.olPKG9
scholarships are available to in poverty are located in rural who is 72' years of age or older, rF ,: Turnips. 6 : 89" ARROW I11 II

-- Florida junior and senior high areas. can receive his full benefit regardless I DIXIANA FRESH FROZEN YELLOW
school students. Some have of how much he earns. i I fj" Squash d
areas already d 6 !SE 89
: Institute Ices Theodore E. taken advantage of the Area The social security office has I R.IL: r L4/1 .; giant ,.
t Emery said the basis for awarding Redevelopment) Act which grants a leaflet, No. OASI-23c, entitled"You 50 Free W Green ,j
the scholarships is individual funds for new 1 projects to assist Don't Have to Retire Com Stamps I SAVE 11,
: desire to correct stammering and the unemployed. However, there pletely to Get Social Security WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF MORTON FROZEN Chicken, Beef, Turkey
: stuttering. The is made are Benefits," which you can get by ONE FROZEN SOUTHERN
other in
program many areas our P
t possible by donations from many state which do not receive this writing to Social Security Ad I Chocolate Cake 0 t Pi3s I. +5 8-0 Pies. $1 1DETERGENT .., Save 211Tide :

I businesses and individuals ministration, Jacksonville, Flor- !
tUuughout the state. aid.This is why we need ,to injectnew ida. This leaflet explains how]i AT GOOD ANY THRU WINN FEBRUARY DIXIE I6TH MOTON FROZEN Apple, Cherry, Peach, Coconut 58

f The course consists of 10 lessons economic vitality into our earnings affecf'social security I ( Fruit GIANTX F.
Pies 3 *
: A l lesion is mailed every farming districts. benefit payments. sire amily 1.. Limit
two weeks to home study stu Another problem we face is one with $5.00 order or more.
: dents. Reports are then given the lack of semi-skilled and : : + 7L
A r r l r l I rr r/rIr r r !
the institute by the student. skilled labor needed in industryand fWA Y/A ,TWh ,
'Schools received throughout the\ statehwe the kind of agriculture we 50 Free &*C Green Stamps 50 Free :Wf Green Stamps 50 Free Urt Green Stamps ?yy
application forms. have today.It CAPITOL WITH THIS '
Stammerers and stutterers in junior is well known that the PURCHASE. OF WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
ONE 24oz. JAR DEEP SOUTH 1 ONE 28-oz. .
and senior high schools can Council of 100 is selling Florida! CRACKIN GOOD BIG co ONE IS-Cr. PKC GILLETTE
obtain further information by educational development. A train. LETTER Strawberry Preserves : i Family Creme S'wiches Super Blue Blades 'Y I
: writing the Institute, Box 867, GOOD THRU FEBRUARY 11TH I
ing program to give our rural UV JERRY MOCK i GOOD THRU FEBRUARY ICTH COOO THRU
Winter Park.Scholarships. people new job opportunities AT ANY WINN-DIXIE AT ANY WINN-DIXIE AT ANY WINN DIXIE I
: 'TALLAHASSEE Develop s: '
will be handled should be considered.A 23' d.IY1 24
on a first come, first served full work-year for seasonal ment Commission Chairman-Di* i' wt W.. FI1 '
basis. farm laborers could be achieved rector Wendell Jarrard must have
t The Emery Institute' set some kind of mark for stateflobe FRESH TENDER YOUNGStrin ; Say. 12* KLEENEX (Twin Pock Paper
a nonprofit under a properly supervised pro-
school, has been trotting on a recent trip to
Towels ,
gram. 2'
: stammerers and< stutterers correct I The important thing to remember the East when he went,\'U Xoscuw.Jarrard 2 ROLLS .

: their speech handicap by corres- is that our state is one sair he was Helsinki, I 9 Dea. .nS LBS 29 C $o.e 8f Eo. THRIFTY MAID Bartlett '
pondence from Winter Park which presents unlimited possi Finland, in November 'helpingScandinavian S
J ? since 1935. bilities for development in agri Air Service (SAS) u. s. .NO. i SWEET Pears 4 N zY2 1..r .

culture, industry and tourism. inaugurate a new jet service. to 1 1/ 1 qns

4 : gee what you buy before It's up to all of us who hav New York. Moscow seemed to Save Wit Eo. THRIFTY' MAID' CS r.Wtt Gotten ':
1 -|roi buy by shopping the ad'ettiaing i the state's best interests a t close and too good to miss. rotatoes 5 LBS. 49; ;
"" his wife took off Corn
t columns of your hometown heart to see that they are kep Jarrard and 6 alOx
1 1 1 1 1
J newspaper. : in balance. I for Moscow. A scheduled plane '
i proper weathered in TASTY GOLD FRESH FLORIDA Sovo 8, .
---- --- ---'- -- ---- -- flight was so they Eo. DOLE Hawaiian PineoppleJ !
f hopped on 'ajtrain; leaving Intour- 5<
ist, the Russian tourist service,' to 4 46-oz. j
I KEEP AHEAD OF others. I Or J.ul.ce 31. 4r . Cons I 1 V

ft" The Jarrards spent four Moscow and faIt of a day in Len
I I. THE WEATHER ingrad on the way back. ELGIN YELLOW SOLIDS Limit 2 with $2.50 food order or more. Beef St e w 2t-oz.Con 3 91 ,
Jarrard said he took pictures ?
L t without interference and went t BEEP SOUTH .

I. about freely on the train and in i M i ts. 1 01. .: .

i v FOR FAST EFFICIENT Moscow. They saw the Bolshoi argarine i i SALAD DRESSING, Qf. 39c '

Ballet, the opera, and a circuswith
i propaganda sets in favor of J ... .
Cuba. Jarrard, there at the heightof i .f/t
I the Cuban crisis, watched them .
& flash of Castro cell *
SERVICE pictures on .
I ing and re-enact the Castro revolution IDI I ( l 11III'
during the circus. l
: :: BULK I BOTTLE The Jarrards'also visited withU. .< r

: ., S. Embassy officials and talk
L.-_ CALL ed to Stan Wayman, formerly of I Wesson Oil If Max. House rV

Belle Glade, now a Moscow Time- 1
Life representative.
Housekeeping Jarrard said SAS paid part of I
;;; his way to Europe and he made J :

up the:difference out of his own SA;tD f 11 t ,/ 1-lb 9 b a9
pocket. : I
Gas & Appliance Co. t .
Limit JJfWith $5.00 'f' I SAVE 26'
Look for Beverage Director order -.
: Tom Lee to be appointed Circuit foot I; I ',c .. ..
225-5146 Judge in Miami Two likely successors
: H. G. Cochran, a former SHORTENING Save 7< IISSTOR Save 21/ i
P I beverage director under GOT. Le- !I l
: :: : 1yA "ASK ABOUT. OUR I roy Collins; and Joe Simmons, star Ast9r 3-18. Coffee 1 ls. 381 I

r : .., !beverage department attorney. S 1R1EliNi6 CAN S81' t. CAN
.. FULL LINE OF GAS I The office of Coy. Faros Bryant -... ",
Ls.io I admits the' possibility)ol the Lee .,,,: ,,r Limit one with $5.00 Limit one with $5.00

YULEE, FLA. AIPLIAXCES"w appointment but said the big 'ff? ."c/;. r order or mcr4 Y : > order or more. Yo
I problem is a proper successor. y ..... .... "I ...:!t'I' 'I -
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.t. PLYWOOD CAMPER for % ton 1 NOW WE KNOW what make Buy with confidence from, More than a million anHHThalf

pickup truck. 2614381. tic tubes are used by RCA Motorola I i Highway Patrol your hometown merchant who I people ride the famous Ghot.torn -
I I and Curtis :Mathes jadio and services what he sells. Read his Boats each year at Florida.. s

( 4)5) per word .75 minimum 2 LOTS ON NORTH 13th ST. T.V. dealer. Also, GE. See page .i ,. I i Reports Traffic ads in your hometown newspaper. I Silver Springs.LIioTJ3. -:!

Card of Thanks, Resolutions Will consider trade, for what 43 in telephone book, yellow ._.-

;. and Similar Notices have you? Phone 2614888.F14c pages. Your GE dealer. File I

Deaths Increase
t.03 per word $1.00 minimum

t Cal 261.3686 or 2613637or DALMATION PUPPIES -' cute HELP .. Fresh Fish &
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t or place ad at office as a speckled pup! See atBean's I I -
: deaths on Florida highways for
141 N. 15th. tIc
511 Ash Street
-_ I I, GIRL FOR GENERAL OFFICE .j the first month of this year Shrimp Daily

16 FT. GLASPAR fiberglassboat work. Must_ be accurate with showed a marked decrease compared .

FOR SALE 75 h.p. Johnson, electric figures. Some typing. Good to the same period one Special Orders Are Our Specialty

working conditions excellent year ago.
starter, trailer. Excellent con-
dition, $1195 complete. Phone benefits and starting salary. ( The Florida Highway Patrol DOUGHERTY SEAFOOD COMPANYOpen

FIVE BEDROOM, modern home, 261-3174. tic Telephone 225-5122 .for appointment said in a monthly summary that

S near high school, on large lot I tie 90 persons were fatally injuredin Daily 7:00 A.M. To 7:00; P.M.

with fruit trees. Big utility USED BICYCLES $5.00 and Equal Opportunity Employer traffic during January, a 32 One Block North of Atlantic Avenue On Front Street

i house. FIIA mortgage, or can up. All sizes Sand makes. Call -- .--. person decrease from January Phone 261-4811 Melvin Dougherty, Prop. ..
WHITE LADY to live in
: be refinanced. 208 South 17th 261-4482. tIc care It 1962 when traffic killed 122 peo- YOUR BUSINESS IS APPRECIATED
for three small children for '
St. Phone 261-5470. pIe.
.!T. room and board. Phone '261- .; I.
FOR RENT January traffic deaths were in.
: 90 X 130 SHADED LOT tfc
in Pi- ... twenty-nine of the state's 67
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rates Cove corner Gregor Mc
counties with Dade leading the '
: Gregor and Ohio A es. Cuibs NICE, DOWNSTAIRS furnishedapt call regularly WHO each month on to t to) list with a total of 14. DRIVE IN FOR THE VERY BEST '

and gutter and on city sewer. private entrance. 1306 i
$1,000. Phone 261-4851 after Atlantic Ave. Ph. 2614835.I I 'established Studio Girl'Cosme I Names of the other 28 counties IN ANAUTO -

tics clients in and around Fer and the traffic death toll for
.: 5 tic I
p.m.TWO .
: _-_. nandina Beach, making necessary .. each follow: "

BEDROOM house DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT: deliveries, etc. 3 or 4 I Escambia and Pinellas seven ... .... '>. .
:: new 2-RE ... ,, : '' "<.:.. '. .
Unfurnished. Corner of 4th and hours per day. Route will pay each. Palm Beach six. Duval ',...'..' ; .f.r.
washhouse .
: garage Call 261-3054. .large' lot.tfc Calhoun Street, across street up to $5 per hour. Write ASK ,(OUR DADDY TO BUY HIM I five. Broward, Okeechobee, Orange :'t\:.: :'. t: '\.,*, ..

from school. (St. Joseph's Academy -I STUDIO GIRL COSMETICS A GOOD HOME AND HE'S ALL YOURS.! I and Polk four' each., \:0i: : FRONT END CHECK"SPECIAL"OnIy

( : FOAM RUBBER MATTRESS ). Phone 261-4200 or I Dept. 75932, Glendale, Calif. I Alachua, Bay, Nassau and Vol. :

: and springs good condition 3800. 261-1! I usia three each. Brevard, Hills-
$40. Phone 225-5173. File borough, Manatee, MonrOe, Santa
: and care for house apd '
Rosa, Sarasota and Seminole two
newly decorated two bedroom I! children for room and board !
complete house on North Beach, $50 mo. and $15 week. Phone 2255143.tfc: .
.. with all attachments, in leather il Franklin, Hendry, Hernando, Alignmentand
Also, two bedroom apt. on A CAPITOL LETTER
: carrying case. 1fne. 261-3207. South, Fletcher. Phone 261-3658. I I Leon, Marion, Martin, Osceola, $3.00 to
.. F14c Pasco an4 Walton one each.
1 Balance Front
: Lannons Firebird Truck Stop, BY JERRY MOCK _

: COMPLETE OUTFIT, like new. IT'S NICE, 3 rooms and bath. U. S. 17 north WheelsFree
of Yulee. Ph. TALLAHASSEE A reader that have been taken off the Trade At Home
.. 12 ft. run-about Avith controls, 309 S. 6th St. Apply III S. 5th 225-5149. F14c I C

: trailer, and 35"' horsepower St. F14c I who for obvious reasons declinesto merit system is a matter of record Brake Adjustment ,4

: Johnson motor, excellent con- be named wonders about Since Feb. 7, 1961, some 85

.. dition, $450. Phone 2212 FLORIDA AVE. For rent, WANTED Florida going back to the spoils jobs have been taken off the sy With This Big

\ : 2614610.tfc unfurnished 3 bedroom house, system. stem. Of these 65 were taken "SEE C. B. Special.

.. extra clean, nice neighborhood. The reader writes that the off Aug. 14, 1962. These jobs WE ALSO HAVE '

: 1951 PLYMOUTH, excellent F14p WANTED ,USED PIANO, "present administration is break were in the State Beverage Department LOT OF

: about-tcwn transportation. Bar spinet type. Phone 261-5257. ing down the merit system mis- the Florida Development 'Pete' INGRAM"FOR S '

gain at $95. Phone SMALL FURNISHED house tic using funds that have been Commission, the State '
: 2613860.F21c close in, no steps. Just right for salaries for appropriated Hotel and Restaurant Commission k "

for a couple. Apply Seaside per- :
the Motor Vehicle Commission
Found sonal use, taking jobs from under GOODYEARQUALITY
Motel 2614503. F21c 1
Life Insurance
the merit system and mak.. the Florida Board of

M BRICK COLONIAL HOME with FURNISHED APT for rent, I ing them exempt positions to the Parks} and Historic Memorials, Retirement Income I ;

: three bedrooms2 baths, wall- adults only. 501 Cedar St. Phone JOHNSON MOTOR. Owner describe old spoils system can again the.. Florida Racing Commission Health & AccidentHospitaliz.1tion

: to-wall carpet, central heat andnr 261-4652. tic and pay for ad. Call R. blossom forth" 3tI J and the State Road Department. GOODYEAR .

: conditionmVJTin' torner lot. I II; Malone, 225-5300. ;F14c certain The Development Commission TIRES -

: Located at \lf.li and AshStreets. FURNISHED APt ON BEACH "" kinds Putting of malappropriated your finger on I is.the champion in this field with I r Major Medical AT SPECIAL PRICES L
: By 'appB/ntdient only. Phon 261-4944. after' 2:30 PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE the state system often is like 21 jobs converted from the merit I Disability Monthly Income -
: tfc.
Reasonable down payment and p.m. : OF PUBLIC SALE finding a needle in a haystack. system, closely followed by the

: pick up low, .interest Joan with- NOTICE IS HEREItY CIVEN that Iptor Vehicle Commission with L L 80HA NONINSURANCE :
) TWO BEDROOM furnished apt. .
under However the number of j
; out closing ,co)4 excellent by vltrue of a certain Final Losserre Motor Co
Close in downstairs, garage Decree of Foreclosure made and 20( and the State Road Depart-

.. Kingsberry bug and private entrance. Phone entered by the Honorable William H. PUBLIC NOTICE ment with 17.Jther .
-tf '* Maness Judge cf the Circuit Court in .
WE three bed.roorahomeijHfi 261.4227 for appointment to in- and for Nassau County, Florida in NOTICE TO CREDITORS are the State Beverage Phone 261-5269 SOUTH STH STREET PHONE 261-3812

R.-\\j-A.GOOD; .pect. .+ tic Chancery OD,tb.,61llJ day o(.February FLORIDA STATUTES .YIX Department, the Florida Racing ,'..
= Forest Hills in A.D. 1963. and recorded in said c un. I
ty irr TilE COURT 01 THE COUNTy Commission 8 the State
a cause therein docket ,
pending .
.. need of a Vwran. $500 down FURNISHED OR UNfurnishedapt No. 2571 wherein Gerald EL Renegarand JUDGE NASSAU COUNTY, ,1LOR- --
.Hotel and Restaurant Commission
aM posses$f J p' wit1a{ 50 days. upper or lower. 432 N. 3, Neil B. Renegar, husband and IDA IN PROIUTE. UI i ,
wife are Plaintiffs, and Benjamin In re: Estate of in sit and the Florida Board of ,
s' .
Plenty i ( 'II phone 261-4945 after 5. F14p tlrumg and Mildred H. Grunig bus Marian Christopher, Deceased. Parks and Historic Memorialstwo.
To All Creditors and Persons Having
band and wife, et al., are Defendants. .
I. as Clerk of the Circuit Claims pr Demands Against Said Efr '
DOWNfXviLlAMOVE Court of
g $300 you tate:
Nassau County Florida. will at 11 00
k: into a brand new three bedroom apt., private entrance. 421 N. o'clock A.M. on the 25th day of February : You and each of you are hereby Five jobs were taken from the FERNANDINA BEACH TIDES :

home outside of town. $60 3rd. tIc'I A. D. 1963. at the main front notified and required to present any merit system on Feb. '7, 1961,
2 per door of the Court House in Fernan claims and demands which you, or
month. dina Beach Nassau County, Florida either of you. may have against the four more July 11, 1961, and ten

TWO BEDROOM apt. upstairs, I offer for sale at public outcry and estate, late of of Marian said County Christopher, to the deceased Count- more Sept. 5, 1961. The big rush ,COURTESY OF THESE MERCHANTS AND BUSINESS MEN ",
will sell to the highest bidder for
k C6MPJ.ETELY REDECORATED furnished. All electric kitchen. I the property mentioned in said decree cash Ju fe of Nassau County, Florida at came in 1962. \
Phone 261-5269 2613230. tIc and his office in the ccurt house of said
or as follows: further
One ----
bath-and-a-half house. Immediate County at Fernandina Reach, Florida, key to a possible
All of that
certain lot "
possession a4Lsoon as credit parcel of land situate Ijing piece and or within six calendar months from the reduction of merit system jobs
UPPER DECK APTS. time of the first of this
it is checked.! $200 down and $70 Completely being in the William Gibson rant.: rt.>tice. Each claim publication or demand shall came during the 1961 Legislature GeorgesMachine
furnished including TV Section Thirty.seven t31), Township
.. per month. Kingsberry trade-in. One ((1) North Range Tuen- be in writing, and shall state the place with a law which allows the Henry J. Lannon "
Phone 261-3118. tIc of residence and post office addressof Suburban
ty.five ((25)) East, County of Nassau withdraw involving
oft # the claimant and shall be sworn to cabinet to jobs -
and State of Florida, and '
by the claimant, his agent or attorney off without Shop "
LET US BUILD a brick policy-making
you further known and described
TWO BEDROOM FURNISHEDapt. as and such claim demandnot ,CONTRACTOR
any or .
i Kingsberry( home in Pirates being the Westerly part of that prior: approval of the fivemember .
on beach, year round $60 land described so filed shall be void. \ 27 N. 2nd St. ,
deed recordedin
in a .
C ve. FHA or VA terms. Pick mo. Howard Hammond, 261- Deed Hook Sixteen ((16)) at Page administrator Leatta of MitchellAs the Estate of Merit' System Council, which I I Machine Work Gas Co

your own plans from our large 3733. tIc Ninety-seven (97> of the public records As executor of the Last Will and previous to 1962 was required to MODERNIZING

selection and move in within 90 of said Nassau County Flor. Testament of approve this reshuffling.The BUILDING Welding Brazing
ida. and
more particularly described Marian Christopher, deceased. REMODELING SERVING ALL ,
I day*. j* SMALL UNFURNISHED house by metes and bounds as fo(. Dyi Mercury N. Kavoukfcs rub comes in the interpretation Marine
BURNS for rent. 1310 Franklin St. Call lows: I5EUINNINU: at the Northeast Attorney for Administrator of who makes policy, pre Repairs YOUR NEEDS IN
PAUL C; of Lot
corner One ((1)) of a }'ernandina Beach Florida4t .. ,
"Builder of Kin &crrydlome!" 261-5277 for further information. tion survey of a portion of said Sec- 124. 31. 2-7. 14 sumably meaning decisions. If 125 South 2nd Street Special Service To LP GAS AND "
Thirty-seven made
319 S. 8th St. Ph..' 261-3606 tie Ellis, Curtis and Kooker on October you decide which pencil to sharpen Shrimp Trawlers
6. 1932. and recorded in Plat PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE you have made a decision. Phone 2615200mam All Work Guaranteed GAS APPLIANCES

1958 FORD H TON pickup, plywood TWO BEDROOM) downstairs Book "0" at Page Forty.four ((44)) Thus six Florida Development I Open 8 a.m. to5 p.m.
furnished apt. Year round. $55. of the public records of said Nassau TO 'CREDI10r.SnORIDA
,.. enclosed: hack.-Good condi County, Florida; thence South STATUTES Commission information clerks I MondaY' Thru Saturday 7 South 7th St.
126 S. Fletcher. Phone 261-3138
Eighty-three Degrees Forty-five LV TilE COURT OK TilE COUNTY ,
: tion. $600. Ang&s Associates, were removed from the systemin I Phone Day 261-3711
tfc. Minutes East (S 83 degrees 45' E) JUDGE, NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA -,
261-5976. tic a distance of One Thousand Eight IV PROBATE 1962. I Night 2615338TIDES Phone 261.3661
t tWO BEDROOM unfurnished Hundred Ninety-three feet and lu re: Estate of Of 110 state agencies which
: and Twelve Hundredths (1893.12)) feet L. R. CHURCH Deceased.To .
DIAMOND SOLITAIRE house. to a point thence South Sixteen All Creditors and Persons Having consist of most everything from

:: wedding band. Trade for boat Degrees West ((5 16 degrees 00' W) Claims or Demands Against Said Es three-man boards on up, only 17 Complete Line of ,.
a distance of One Thousand Seven
.:. car, or what have ')"ou? Phone TWO ROOM furI Shed apartment. Hundred Forty-eight and Fifteen tate.You and each of you are hereby notified come under the merit system. Of Mercury Parts .,

.. 261-4888. I*. File Hundredths ((174815) feet to a and required to present any some 42,000 state employees, 13- !
point at the intersection of a private claims and demands which you, or I T. H. KING
.. II. F. SAHLMAN road and the graded County either of ru. may have against the 000 come under the merit system.
PHONE 261.3221MISCELLANEOUS Road; thence South Eighty-nine estate of Church deceased late Many of the major agencies do at JETTIES
: years old $1700 ,\,hen new, sacrifice Degrees West (S 89 degrees W) I of said County to1 the County Judgeof BORUM BOATS
---- --- --- merit
: a distance of One Thousand Seven Nassau County Florida, at his of- not come under the system -
for Phone 26H-3343. PHOTO
$1200. Hundred Eighty-three (17830)>)> feet lice in the court house of said Coun. such as the Department of GATOR TRAILERS Add 30 Minutes For SHOP
tic to a point on the Easterly boundary ty at Fernandina Leach Florida, within -
: of Lot Eight ((8)) of the said six calendar months from the timeof Public Safety, the Comptroller's L A'S S ERR E Fernandina Harbor

BUY A HOMESITE on the Nas. survey by Ellis Curtis and Kook.er the first publication of this notice. { employees, and the Game and Roll ,Processing ;
thence North Eleven Degrees Two copies of each claim or demand HIGH
... sau River Beautiful Ligu LOST MIXED BOSTON Twerty; Minutes East (N 11 degrees snail be in writing, and shall state Fresh Water Fish Commission. MOTOR CO.S. LOW
: and dry lots at Nassauville. terrier 20' E) along the Easterly boundaries the place of residence and post office !' Some of these agencies have Developing & Printing
chichuachua puppy in of said Lots Eight ((8) and address of the claimant, his agent. or' 8th St. Ph. 261.3819 Saturday, Feb. 16
Others with waterfront privil. attorney and accompanied by a filiirg their own merit system, although ,
vicinity of Claxton Meats, One ((1) a distance of One Thousand : Kodak Film :
: eges. Small down payment Nine Hundred Forty-five and fee of one dollar and ;any such'claimor they don't necessarily meet \ 1:12 a.m. 7:52: a.m.
Yulee. Brown with white ring demand not so filed shall be void.
Five-Tenths (19455)) feet to the
.. Terms to suit. Phone Francis standards set forth by the U. S.
around neck, black streak Point of leginning. This parcel of p.m. p.ra. Photo SuppliesMovieColored :
: Ellis, POpular 5-2661 Jackson! land contains Seventy-six and Four executor'of the Last Will and Department' Welfare, Health Going Fishing?
down back. Answers to name Testament of L. R. Church de
teen Hundredths 176.14)) acres
m ville. Ifc. less. ceased. and Education, as merit system Sunday,. Feb. 17 & !
of Tiger. Phone 2255174. FileIFYOU'RE more or Regufcr
.. ,
wt.ich shall be sold subject THOMAS U HALL positions 'do.Newspapers.
property Visit Us For .
.. LARGE SHADED LOTS at Amelia to,the lien and mortgage of the Fed Attorney for Administrator I : a.m. 8:49: a.m. Weddings

: ,100 X 145. $10 down $10 INTERESTED in eral Land Hsnk of Columbia as the 11 North Fourth Street Complete Line Of 2:19: p.m. 8:97: p.m.
Fernandina Beach. Florida.
old of record in Official are the only
stamps or coins phone same appears.
per month. Call Howard Hammjnd Records nook 7 at page 422 of the First publication February 14, 1963 med-I Fishing Tackle Portraits by Appointment Onr/
Cora Winans at 261-5421. tic ium where people shop the Monday Feb. Ig .
: 261-3733. t?: I public records of Nassau County, 4t 2-14, 21, 28.3-7 Rods t Reels :, .
--- --- --- ---
b-d; COLOR TONE renews your nat (SEAL) D. 0. OXLEY 3:05 a.m. 9:47.a.m. i Studios At 504 Ash SO
: TWO NEW BRICK, three Outdoor Camping I
clerk of the Circuit Court of Nassau
ural hair beauty. Fabulous 3:19 9:53 p.m.I
p.ra. : .
.. '
room, den, 1% bath homes 150 County Florida. '
color for a tiny price. Vanity By J. Warren Jackson, Sr.Deputy EquipmentFIRESTONE
: foot with $50u Phone 261.4586:
261-4686. tIc ClerkIt NOTICE TODOG OWNERS Tuesday, Feb. 19
.. Beauty Shop,
FlU or VA. I' 2.1 ...J.... ...J.... J_ --- I 4:06 a.m. 10:43 a.m.
.w 1{ '" FLOOR SANDING and refinish-

:.. THREE BEDROOMS m baths icg. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson. PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE I For The Convenient, Of All Dog Owners I BEACH SUPPLY 4:19 p.m. 10:49: p.m

beautiful lot. Not a project Phone 2614609. tIe UNDER FICTITIOUS 112 Atlantic Arc 261-4482
A Veterinarian Will Be At The Wednesday Feb. 20
: $10,000ith $350 down, ( NAME L\1f' .'.... Fei'nanI I :

.. $65; month. tF YOU HAVE a drinking problem Notice ,is hereby pursuant given to'that"'Fictitious the undersigned I dina Beach City Hall On Saturday, Feb. 5:04 a.m. 11:37: a.m. Floor Sanding

: write Alcoholics Anonymous -, Name tute" House Bill No. 1175. 5:18. p.ra. 11:43 p.m. .
\II ATTENTION VETS: Nice 3 bedroom Box 338, city. EL-6-7700]I Chapter No. 20953 Laws of Florida. 9 And Saturday, Fefc. 23-9 A.M. To : .
1941 win register with the Clerk of
home just outside town. tie i I the Circuit Court in and for NassauI 1 P t And 2 P.M. To 5 P.M. Shoes For Men Thursday, Feb. 21 Refinishing :
I County Florida upon receipt of proofof ,
Chain link fence. $8,400, $tOO MEN AND WOMEN NEEDED publication of this notice, the fictitious 5:57 a.m. Floor Tile ;

: down, $55 month.OWNER WORK IN CIVIL SERVICE name to1tJerry's Cost.Of. The Inoculation Till Be $2.00 And 50c Will REPAIRS WHILE 6:12 p.m. 12:28 p.m. .

...-. # No experience necessary, gram- Under which Draperies'I. anjl 1#\.Slip engaged Covers in Be Charged For A City Dog. License Tag. Total Cost YOU WAIT WaxingPaul ;

WILL SACRIFICE -. mar school education usually business Iwl Friday, Feb. 22
: I am engaged- busIness on South $2.50. A I II
three bedroom den two bath sufficient .Train now at home i' Street. Ferus&na Jjeach. Fla. I 6:48 a.m. 12:35: a.m.
home. Choice section. Apprai lot jobs with Security. For details 11th the only.,party interested in ,I J. CLAYTON SANDERS Shoe 7:03 E. Hanson:
Hospital 1:16
J ed $16,500 offered for $15,000. send name, address, phoneno. i said Rowland.business enterprisers. .CeraMlne j .4 l>. ; p.m. p.m.

If Reasonable down payment. j to: NATIONAL TRAINING I 4t. 2-14, 21, 2*. 17 j, '.' ll'i Acting City Manager ; Tides Courtesy Phone 261-4609 :

John T. Ferreira & Sons JERVICE, P. 0. Box 500, Green- I : x'V 9 North 4th Street Ccjt & Geodetic Survey .
I 1.
J Atlantic Arc. Phone 261-55711 web, Connecticut. M28c_ Classifieds: Pay Off I.
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News From : r ..., ,..l. .,..-- n''' *Vf$' ---: --- ---'. :'- _'--.. ...'- .... .........
I At The? Churches/ rr 'I 1ST.

-. :: : The RM'tv- .PETER CIItJRCII CHER'S. I 'FIRST Rev. E.ASSEMBLY 4. Lewis. taster QF cop fh"o"ght/; "is Onl"r '

Sunday Mass' ....., 1st, 3rd<< 5th 10:00: ajn. Sunday School -.t ,w
':- BY SAl:: DeSANDRO. Sunday ......_ 7:30'a.ns.: .t 11:00 a.m. _._. Worship! Service I }O'" ... Jtofr _

Sunday Mass r.---r 2nd,*4th 6:39 p.m. -. C. A. Youth Services. ., \ --... .... .'" .
Sunday 11:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service .
Playschool in the Game Roomat I Playschool the Game Roomat # # Thursday midv ek service ....- -

9:3Q a.m., Joan Bean, Instr. 9:30 a.m., Joan. Bean, Instr.. PINE, GROVE BAPTIST ,7:30 pjn.
Adult Ceramics Class in the? Brownie Troop 355! in the Game. r 'CHURCH,"' # *
Ceramics Room at 9:30 am., Room at 3:00: p.m. Rev. A. Z.wKnight, Pastor ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC

Martha Jean Puletti, Instr.Home Tap Dance Class in the Auditorium Sunday School ...-:!.- 9:45 ajn. CHURCH
Demonstration Club in a{ 3:30 p.m., Julanne. Morning Worship 11 a.m Sunday Mass 2nd, 4th
the Conference Room 10:00 "
: Sunday 7S0'a.m..
Qwens, Il1s1.i ; .-. :Training Union 7:00 p.m.
\.m. Evening Worship 8QO.: ..m.Ned Sunday Mass ... ,..,... 1st, 3rd
Ballet Class ((9-11)) in the Auditorium" -
Ballet Class ((3 and 4)) in the i' -
Night Prayer 5th Sunday, 11:30 a.m.
Auditorium at, 10:00: a.m., J.ulanpfc. : at 4:30. p.m., Julanne 8 Daily 8 a.m. I
(pwens, Instr. i Meeting p.m.. _
Owens, Instr. Saturday ___ Convent Chap t '
Wednesday: :
Ballet Class ((9 m.l) {in tyg Atlantic Avenue* .Playground, I 7:45 .___ __. Prayer Meeting 6:30 Communion in Convent I
supervised play, 330:. 5:30. p.m..
Auditorium 2:30 p.m., Julane 6:30 P.M. *--.. Young People's
Hugh Sides, Supv.
Owens, Jnstr.I Meeting. -
Ballet Class ((5 and 6)) in the Ceramic Class' ((10 and 11)) in i Gadsden Residents 1 .
Julanne the Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m., "
udit9riuDat 3:30 pm. .
Martha Jean Puletti, Instr.
Q wens Ballet, Instr.Class ((7.9)) in the At?4i- Tri 'Hi Y in the Art Room at Join Winn-Dixie] In CHURCH '
Amelia City Near Intersection invited
torlum at i:30 p.ra, Julanne 1:30 p.m.; AU and you're all'
Owens. Instr. Barbershop Quartet in the, 'Conference
Atlantic Avenue Playground, Room at 8QO p.m. Scholarship Funds A. F. Gerbhardt, Pastor
Coast Guard Auxiliary in the 8:00: a.m. Morning Service
Supervised play 3:39. 5:39 p.m.,
Hugh Sides, Supy. Game. Room at' 8:00: pm. TAMPA, FLA. A scholar- 9:00: ajn. Sunday School
and Health Club in Men. and Boys Health Club in *
Men Hoys ship loan fund permitting deserving
the Boys Locker Room, day and the Boys Locker Room, day and.. students to attend the University BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCIf F iiruary1.4 thru February 23 .
vening. evening. of South Florida here 429. South'6th Street
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY: is: WED: jESD\, FEBRUARY. 20: has been established through the Rev.: John O'Neil, Pastor..
Sub-Teen Club in the Game. Girl l Scout Troop i08 in theGame joint efforts of citizens of' Gads- Sunday Services:
10:00: A.M. _._ Sunday School -rSEE OUR All NEW --
Room at 7:15: p.m. Room at 3:00: p.m. den County and the. Winn-Dixie
Men and Boys Health C ub.irt. : Atlantic( Avenue : Playground, Stores 'Found' tion. 11:00 A.M. Morning Worshin"
the Boys Locker Room, day and supervised play, 3:30.. 5:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m. w B.T.U.
It will be known as the James
vening. Hugh Sides, Supv. Love Memorial Scholarship Fund 7:00 P.M.' Men's Prayer Service '
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY is: Ceramics Class ((12 and 13)) in I honoring the memory of James 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship S ERVICENT I E--
Teen Club in the Game Roomat the Ceramics Room at 330; p.m., i Tuesday: '- .
Love, chairman of the Board of
:3 q p.m.Cotillon Martha Jean Puletti, Instr. 7:00_ p.m. Visitation
Control during the it
years was
Club Dance in the I Adult Ceramics Class in the # *
9:00 Ceramics Room at 7:30 Martha planning the.. University of South II FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH "
Auditorium, at p.m. p.m. '
I Florida and member. of the C E R i.
Men. and Boys Health flub in Jean Puletti, Instr. a Rev.: J. T.: ri. .1 amPastor : :
board of ctors of Winn-Dixie "
dir ..,
jhe[ Boys Locker Room, day and Men and Boys Health Club in Stores. i Sermon: A.M.. -: Lovesf Thou
evening. II the Boys 'Locker Room, day and i Me."
evening. The fund represents contribu- I P.M "The True Vine".
Children's Art Class in the Art I THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21: tions totaling $11,900, half of \worship Services. : 8:30 J\.M.
Boom 'at 3:30 Faith Britton, St. Michael's Guild Workshop which was contributed 'by Gads- "' 11:00 A.M. .
)nstr. : p.m. .. in the Conference Room at 9:00 den citizens and half by- the I 7:30 P.M. : ALL YOUR AUTOMOTIVE NEEDSloin
Foundation for which
Winn-Dixie Sunday School 9:45 A.M.
Atlantic Avenue Playground, y '
a.m.PI the Quincy State Bank, pf Which ..._. 6:15 P.M
supervised play, 3:30: 5:30 p.m., a.c oo.l in th$ Game Room : Training Union : I
Mr. Love chairman of the Service _._
Sides 'Supv. 9:30 Joan Bean, Instr. was Prayer Wednesday
Iugh at a.m. .
Teen-age Ballet Class in the Adult Ceramics Class in the board, has been appointed'depos 7:30 P.M. in the Esso Party
Happy Motoring Birthday
Auditorium at 3:30: p.m., Julanne Ceramics Room at 9:20: am., Mar itory. *
:p wens, Instr.Pre.teen tha Jean Puletti i, Instr. The fund, to be administeredby TABERNACLE BAPTIST. {
Ballet Class in the Ballet Class ((3 and 4)) in the the university, provides that CHURCH

jAuditorjum at 4:30 p.m., Julannf Auditorium 10:00: a.m., Julanne; students from Gadsden County Amelia Road Phone 261-3487 In; Prizesisso and Gifts
(>wens, Instr. Owens, Instr. who have been admitted to the Rev. Loyd Chambers, Pastor $50,000
Adult Ballet Exercise Class in Ballet Class ((6 yrs.) in th.' college will have preference in. Sunday School _._..,.._ '10 'a.m.

:{the Auditorium at ::00' p:m,, Juf.lanne .: Audi\mum at 2:30 p.m., Julanne' consideration for loans. Other Morning Worship _...._ 11 a.m. ,

: wens, Instr. Owens, Instr. qualified applicants" : may. be considered Evening Worship __..._ 7 p.m. NOTHING TQ BUY JUST COME IN AND nE ISTER. ,.& '
Island Squares Club square Ballet Class (5 and 6) in.the m the absence of sufficient Wednesday Service _. 7 p.m. .
.dance in the Game Room at 7:30 Auditorium at 3:30: "p.m., Julanne applications from Gadsden '' ,

jp.m.Jayeees in the Conference Room Ballet Class (riP) the Audi- Loans will not exceed $500 per OF CHRIST ,.
it 8:00: p.m.Adults torium at 4:30: p.m., Julanne> tudent per year. Applicants maybe Hubert Gibson, Minister_ "' .r' ?
and Teens Ceramics Owens, Instr new first 'year students whose. Bible Study _. 10:00 A.M. S I :; '
'Class in the Ceramics Room at Atlantic Avenue Playground, high school rank was in'the up- Worship Service 11OC: A.M. .:, S '.' '-'.:

7:30 p.m., Martha Jean Puletti, supervised play, 3:30. 5:30 p.m., per 40 percent or students en- Evening Service 7" p.m. ... .. t'
-Instr. Hugh Sides, Supv. rolled (in the University whose, Wednesday. Bible Study 7:30: p.m.,. : VISIT WITH JIM RY[ANT J ,
Garden Club in the Art Roomat Mothers Auxiliay of Troop 19\ grade point average is 2.0 or. '
8:00: p.m. in the Art Room at 7:15: p.m. better. CHURCH OF Got : :. Our Station Manager i

Men and Boys Health Club in Men and Boys Health Club in "The generosity of the citizensof Cor. 4th and Cedar Sts. ... '
the Boys Locker Room, day and the Boys Locker Room, day and Quincy and, Winn-Dixie, i is Rev. L. Marvin Johnson, Pastor =
evening. evening. an expression of admiration for 10:00 a.m. Sunday School He'll.Ijive" A Gift, For You ai ,

1 and devotion to James Love. I 11:00: a.m. _... Morning Service .

am proud to have been associated y?E. Friday Evening 7:30 p.m. Candy For: The Ladies Balloons < with him In his efforts to I 7:30 pju. ._, Evening Service ,
further higher education in Flor- ; Prayer meeting Wednesday -
ida," said John S. Allen, president I 7:30 p.m. For The Kiddies 4k I

HAPPYVALENTINE .rof the University. I '* # 1
Contributors from Gadsden FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Him About The Many Featuresof
,County were. C. W. Thomas, Jr., CHURCHRev.
I Thomas L. Maxwell, C. R. Shaw, John Dozier, Pastor .
Jr., Lillian C. Love, Love and Sermon: "The Touch of the Our Service. Center.. ,
I Curry, Mrs. Mary G. Munroe, Master's Hand." "" -

First Federal' Savings' & Loan Worship Services; _.11:00 A. M. S :r
I Association of Gadsden County, Sunday School 0:45 A.M. __
Clarice P. Munroe, Richard J. Youth Meetings ...._ 6:00: P.M.

to You I I Gardner, William, Hjgdon. 'Bradley Grocery Munroe Company -, NORTH* 14th* STREET* I I YOU'LL L FIND A $SPECIALIST FOR YOUR EVERY MOTORING NEED,

Duys Leaf Tobacco Company, BAPTIST CHURCH

Love Leaf Tobacco Company and Rev. Ran Humphreys, Pastor I WHETHER IT'S A MOTOR TUNE-UP BRAKE ADJUSTMENT FRONT
Quincy State Bank.. 9:45jura. __.. Sunday School ,
Also contributing to the Fund 11:0T( a.m. Morning Worship

f I were' Mr. and Mrs. Clyde W 7:00 p.m. ---.:..........,___ B.T.U. I END ALIGNMENT,, TRANSMISSION. REPAIR RADIATOR SERVICE, LU- ;
I Fisher of Palm Beach. i 8:00: p.m. Evening Worship

7:30.p.m. Mid-Week. Services CHANGE AND WAX ETC.We're :
rm WednesdayCHURCH ,BRlc1IQ.41! .
I April Deadline< ft .tDi
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To Apply' State Carl At. Five Gold,OF Points Pastor GOD' I .. Also Installing A Complete i ,j "

Phone 251-5333 : :
M di S ol rship is Sunday School _____ 10 a.m. -

Applications, for ,scholarshipsfor )Young Morning-Peoples Worship. Endeayop_ 11 iml' -.. NWBOd.YAIId Paint! !Shop : I IWe're

the study of medicine are 7 p.nt. Sun.
being received two months earl Evangelistic' Service 7:45. Su-i.;,. .L :
usual the
ier this than by
year -
State Board of Health.B. ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL A/so Tire Headquarters.. :
F. Woolsey, M.D., Directorof .' r :
I. Gray, Rector
Health '
Nassau County Department
7:30 a.m. _?. Holy Communion
announced'4ay that un-
10.00 a.m. Choral Eucharist
der the trimester system
11:15 ajn. Church School Classes '
inaugurated this year by state '
universities i i ) h.irst., trimester : CHURCH* OK* GOD* OF :; 40D FAQ

wasTcompleted before Christmas PROPHECYRev. o .
and applications thus were nec- .
H. C Drury, Pastor
essitated much earlier than in 10:00 a.m. Sunday School 'It'.Q RPEOPLE, RIDE, ON GOODYEAR TIRFNAN' ON ANY OTHER KIND :
April 10th the
previous years. _..._
the World's Swiftest inn Women,rte, deadline.Th scholarships. are far $1,009 11:00 7:30 ajn.p.m., Evangelistic Morning WJfB.Service Service '- --.c.-. ... ., ._ '_ __

*The wonderful la ies of Fwnanjlma a who year receivf for four them years.must Students agree 7:30 pjn.; Wednesday Y.LB. Young..* '

will i
p acji an i in Florida '
practice for five year a GOOD SHEPHERD EPISCOPAL.
community. needing'a' doctor. CHURCH! i
Yes, the world's s artest women live Ten scholarships are awarde Neil I. Gray Vicar
each year. To be eligible, a student 8:50 ajn. '_,_ Holy Communion
right hejce You. l now that electric must bv completed his Morning Prayer
)living is better living. You know that premedical studies in an approved '> 'ti "

college or university and. have. MEMORIAL. ,. METHODIST ssQ '
; .., .
is bargain in ;
.. electricity\ Jhe been accepted for admittance to, CHURCH

your household bud el. Th.' proof? as aceredited'scliool'5of medicine. John L. Jones castor .
; '
,_.... Thus, high school graduates are 10:00 km. S.anday'School ;, .: .. \ '. 3W.lh EIDhiN street ,. "'"
Each use more and more el -
year you I .n *. not eligible. I 11:00 a.m. _?. Morning Worship ; 't .
in and The applicant. must have been 6:15 MYF Su & programs .
tricity, more fore ways. pjn. per t '
a citizen and resident of Floridafor : Qi1FL4 S. Ph.. 2613819Ytur ( y )
at lea 1submission five years prior to 7:30 pjn, Evening WorsMp t' ,
of his application, ,. -
must be of good character and. FIVE POINTS BAPTIST .
1 .

Florid Public# in genuine need of financial assistance CHURCHJ. I : OTt! P

for tie study'of medi- W. Keen Pastor : ,, fOR>> MERcURY N r ('i '
tine: The scholarships were setup 9:45 ajn. ---:: Sunday School
by the Legislature in 1955. 11:00 Lnt. Mo Worship r
Utilities Co. 6:30 pja. Training Union .)?'I IN NassauCoqtySwe191O 1

n ,,Y.4M... ...t \!.. th fJN.W I'M PW: 'Evening 1Y orship .
medium people consult for a buying -. Wednesday prayer ,service, 73jPpjn : (j l '

.decision" .. -, .'- .---..
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