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 21, 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
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System ID: UF00079912:00008
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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I., 1858 Absorbed by Purchase. Merger or Succession. The Florida News The East Floridian, The Peninsula. The iernancuna Courier, 'me Island City, Ferdaittaa uoserver. Fernandma Express The Fernandina News, The Florida Mirror, The Nassau County Staty7bCTtevts, The Fernandma Record,
I Fuoandina News Record, Nassau County Leader, The Outlook. The Florida-Georgia News, The Jernandina News, The Buccaneer.


;i :/tlsl JamJ/ J II.I.i I.Interest Mounts For Golden Crown Prix, Mar. 2.3 I

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io ,....,' BY BILL LEUSCHNER *
( Activity among the Jaycees is

: reaching a fever pitch as the date
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of Northeast Florida's racing

classic rapidly approaches.Final h
arrangements for the
I AJLtbe last meeting .Qf? the City Sports Car Club of America Divisional E. _- -.

Commission one of the. members, J' races, which will be held .
Ben 'Sorensen, asked that the sub.. the
Municipal Airport on :
ject of natural gas be put on theagenda ,) March 2-3, have been completedand
and that it be decided '
the are rolling in. \
once and for all whether the city The Golden Crown Prix is the t t .
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will proceed with the proposed : : \ .
largest community development
system for Fernandina Beach or "
project undertaken by the /Jaycees '
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whether it will be dropped. With, and is.directed not. only toward -' '
this I 'heartily agree. The matter additional
bringing revenue
has been hanging fire for several .
into the county during the normally -
'and has been the of I
years subject winter
slow season but also:
considerable. controversy. The toward publicizing the name of
City Commission has, approved .;
: the community throughout the
the system and financing has Southeast.

been arranged with the Housing I I i4-:: Reports from local motel pro-

and Home Financing Agency. prietors show that reservationsfor

However, the Commission approv.. the weekend are already flowing
al was not unanimous and other I
I in with one motel booked
local bodies voiced disapproval so | A ',. '. .,>?' solid at this time. '
the-project has been stymied. Although > .4:;t" i '
This year's Golden Crown Prix,
both sides have voiced q ;' .
; ,; as those in the past, is sanctioned -
arguments I considered worthy I : : bv 'SCCA which imposes strict Roaring down the straightaway in the early stages of the 1962 Golden Crown Prix are the speedy ._

have remained as objective as ) .:: ... restrictions for the safety of the Porsches, MGA's Austin-Healeys, Lotus, Alfas, AC Bristols, Triumphs Fiats, Maseratis, Saabs, etCn.
possible in the matter, often to ,iII k. ., ..,. '
; .. drivers and spectators as well. 1 as they jockey for positions. .. .
the chagrin of those'on each ,! 9"; : ,, ___ ___
iu .:; .." f 1 I In order to qualify to compete,
side 1 have been criticized by
SCCA members must have
many who favor natural gas be. PAUL_ HADDOCK veteran Sunday School teacher. is and passed a series attended of Jim Beard Speaks I I
did take the initiativeand Hiking Fad Invades Fernandina Beach
cue I not shown receiving an award for loyal service from Rev. driving and safety courses which
through favorable publicity, James of the Church.
Dunnam pastor First Baptist I are conducted by the Club. ,
pave the way for public approval.On Haddock, l left, was guest of honor at a dinner arrangedby I All vehicles entered must passa At Quarterly Meet -
the other hand I have been mechanical The current hiking fad has will not only display their physical from their efforts will 50 into the
his class at Seaside Inn. severe inspectionwith
taken to task by those against for Of reached Fernandina Beach and a I fitness but will give the hike : Fernandina Beach High School
4. 4. + 4. 44- the accent on safety.A Crown Council '
falling to take a stand againstthe r\ r\ r\ /\ r\ /\ differs from group of the more rugged feeling dual purpose by plugging the attractive I Band Association fund.

proposed system. I did not I Haddock Is Honored For 1ongSivice stock sports car or car drag race races in that boys have seta hike to Jackson I features of Fernandina Rather than use the heavily

push the proposal for several the of the machine is not r The regular quarterly meeting ville for Saturday Beach. 'traveled U. S. 17 from Yulee to
reasons, the first of which was power i of the Florida Crown Council was The 14 and 15 year-old boys ;I Any proceeds they may glean Jacksonville the hikers will go
His School ClassPaul of the utmost importance. The held at Seaside Inn __ -- _. I down AlA Fort
that I thought that the city fath. By Baptist Sunday competing vehicle must also be I noon today at u to George and
ers should be able to sell the system with around thirty members of travel Hecksher Drive toward the
the its capable of holding the hairpin the various Chambers of Commerce World Day of Prayer Service Set city.
to people own
Haddock was honored last I jof 1960. He is a veteran of 40 turns which are located at strategic -
merit and through their own ef- of teaching in Sunday I in attendance Instead of carrying knapsacks
Friday night with a dinner by I years places along the 2.8 mile
forts. ,I did not openly oppose the members of the Bethel Sunday. School and has been a deacon Circuit. The driver's skill is putto The Crown Council is made up March 1 At First Baptist ChurchThe for their lunch, the boys will take
because naturalgas of 15 Northeast Florida
proposed system since 1926.Members. ; the test as he gears down from counties turns pulling a small decorated
is, rated as a desirable) facility ; School Class, which s he teaches at of ,Haddock's class 00) mph on the straight to Jthe 35 with promotion of this area as its World Day of Prayer, observed red wagon that will hold all the

for'any city, and any opposition I the First Baptist Church. attending the dinner at Seaside mph needed to navigate the ele. purpose. world-wide the first Fri lunches. The wagon wil carry*, i Identification

I might have felt would have The event was a pleasant sur., Inn were V, E. Selph,: Ross Libby, (Continued on Page Two) Herb Shelley, of the Jackson day in Lent, has been set for [ Guilty Verdict of the boys' effort"
stemmed from a few objection. prise to Haddock and he expressed E. J. Smith. Joe Joyner, James ] ville Beach Chamber of Commerce March 1. Service will be held in and their home town. ,

qble ,features of the feasibility gratitude at being so honored J Kittrell, Rosco Moore Tom Ad- is president of the Crown Fernandina Beach at the First Boys making the trip will l"be

report and not from an inability and for the pin which Rev, James kins, Oris Higginbotham, L E. $5,000 Invitational Council and acted as master of Baptist Church at 10:30: a.m. : Returned By Jury John Puletti, Elliott Jones, Tommy .

to' recognize the part such resources Dunnam presented him for out. Jones, Gene C ker, Archie .Law- 'I ceremonies: at today's meeting This service is sponsored by Theobald, Jim Young, Danny

play in our economy. standing and loyal ervice. home, Raymond Haddock, Phil Golf Tournament I and luncheon. ,. the First Baptist Church, in Larceny CaseAfter Crisp and Donald Jacobs.

There is one objectionable featureto The surprise dinner was in recognition Stewart, W. 'L Pavis, Robert I Chief item of, interest* on the ial Methodist Church, Memor"l; Frank Puletti, John's .father!
which I have been opposed and of Haddock's record of Fussell and Eddie Brinson.H .. will the hikers
discussion indus- Church and to
agenda accompany set
was a oj byterian Jhe Episcopal -
that was the fact that the engi.. not having missed a Sunday as F. Stone, Sr.. was an invited Set For Apr. 11-14 1 I try and the ways and means of churches. : j two hours of deliberation that all goes well.
firm that prepared the I Monday night the jury returneda
neering teacher of the class since October gqest. The destination point fw the
feasibility report is also the firm J .' .l .. .. .t" :i j': attracting additional industrial World Day of Prayer, with a I ,verdict of guilty ot grand lar
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.:; .. '- t o' Fer.. plaits ttf'Northeast Florida. ,history of : )hike is Hemming Park in .4htheart )
that vrvoliiKbe ldlttif the -, 1 "$ -: ' >' t, more ::1 an. 75 years* I tenyuf hfr case of 4olrn Lyfieg, -'where '
: Df Jacksonville
constructed. I thata nandina. Beach Invitational Golf Principal speaker at the luncheon has traditionally bro'ug-ht peop"Ietogether ister and' Douglas Richards. transportation
system {is Drivers s : _
erFrJayceeThird will
Top Regi / Tournament 'ias l 1en set for was Jim Beard, Director of across den9minational, waiting to bring
prospectus of this type shouldbe Register, and Richards $0, the boys home.NewsLeader. "
April 11-14 and posters: entry Public Works for the City of racial, national, and cultural ,
firm ;
at set fee by a
prepared a
of Fernandina Beach, were charged
Annual Golden Crown Prix blanks and advance publicity are Fernandina Beach, and following boundaries to pray for the needs
In the mat.
with_ no___ other interest I' with the theft of outboard
nter that bein!' worked out this week.- is'a resume 6f his address: of' the world, and to make an offering Offers
giving a This -ea;' tournament will bea "We here in Nassau County, for the carrying out of the i iChurch's motors.
would, reflect well on their ability As the race date of March 2-3 1962 Southeast' Divisional Point > with the Crown The jury recommended Published PicturesAt
54-hole affair with working together mission the world. mercy
$1,000 first across
and' integrity. The 'matter will draws( near the names of j Champion. In l last year's GCP I
manyof Council stand meet the aiding with their verdict.
ready J.o PriceThe
prize to the winning professionalAnd The public i is cordially invited Special
come up, no doubt, at the next the East coast's top driversare Bencker copped two, first places
William H. Maness
,of Judge named
challenge increasingly competitive -
I $1,000 in prizes going to the and urged to participate in this
Commission meeting, Feb. 27, and the Golden driving his Porsche! Super 90,
appearing on j top amate rs.Lastyear's. tourism, and the search service on March 1. The church Thursday, Feb. 28 as the date >eg Leader is again offering
I,I like Commissioner Sorensen, Crown Prix's registration list. Charlie Kolb' of Homestead, for suitable industrial sites. will be for the passing of judgment and individuals, organiza..
tourney was won nursery open.
suggest that the matter be re- Among those already registeredare Fla., a former National Formula I 'by the veteran Pete Cooper of '"A recent survey amplifies the sentencing. tions, clubs, schools, etc., the
Bol\' d. This long delay I am : Junior Champion, Kolb narrowly I Palm Beach, Fla. and the amateur fact that tourism in the Golden Mercury Kavouklis was attor- opportunity of purchasing pictures
sure, does not put us ,in the most Bill Bencker, Jacksonville's own missed taking :first place in last division was won by Bill Scar- ((Continued on Page Two). SS ManchesterCity neY' for the defendants and Thos. which hire been used in

favorable light with the Federal ,ear's feature, 20 lap race when borough of Jacksonville. loads 500 Tons J. Shave, Jr., assistant state attorney news stories, social items and
Power Commission, who approvedthe his 2 liter Masersti was edged out handled the state's case. features, at a greatly reduced
'project nor with the Housing who Officers Complete just. three l laps from the finish. Cooper title but is Scarborough expected to has defendhis since'. Mental' EscapeeIn Of Rayonier -PulpThe Etha Williams appeared in price.A .
Home Finance Agency
and George Robertson, Locust Grove, been transferred from his service S. S. Manchester City arrived court to answer a charge of ag large assortment of 8 x 10,

have agreed to the financing.. Course At Police Ga., who placed sixth overall in post Jacksonville.. County Jail at Rayonier docks Monday gravated assault and entered a as w'ell as smaller size pictures -
S; 0 W 'last week's Continental at Day. Other top pros in the Florida morning and loaded 500 -tons'of guilty plea to assault and battery are being offered. The

U'seems that Gordon T, Butler tona. Robertson will l be competingin I and Georgia area. who competed. pulp bound for the British Isles. Judge Maness placed her under a public is invited to make their

is: not only one of the best known Training SchoolThe a 1963 Chevy Stingray. last year were J. C. Goo&ie, Don : On Theft ChargeDavid The ship sailed late Monday I 1-year probation. selections at the News Leader

,Fernandinians in the State ot : John Fulp of Addison, S. C. Bisplinghoff, Vasco Landrum, C. Allen, who escaped I afternoon. (Continued on Page Six) office at 511 Ash St.
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Florida but is also held jn rather annual Police Training who is a member of the North Henry Castillo, Tommy Jenkins, from a mental institution at

bib repute in neighboring Georgia School's second week of instruction -11 I American Racing Team will be Denny Champagne, Emory Lee, Whitfield, Miss., was picked '
.. Gordon received top and billingin St. was complete last Friday I competing in his Dino Ferrari. R. L. Miller and others. by Trooper Bob Howard this weekon up'I lions Begin Rehearsal Far rMin-strel I

both the Kingsland when attending officers were presented -I The Cannon Racing Team ot (Continued on Page Two)' a charge of selling stolen pro..
when he was guest
Maryspaper5: certificates at a luncheonat i 5 Daytona Beach which consists of perty.

speaker last Saturday night at of a Seaside Inn, by City Judge H. George Cronelius Dana Kelder, Judge Weatherford Allen attempted to sell a TV The major portion of the reg- *

banquet honoring members W. Fishier. and Anthony Mannino will be set to a service station operatorin ular Lions Club meeting Tuesday .. .
Camdtn High School athletic the second week of racing their TR3s. This fine To Conduct HearingIn Yulee and when the he .. fI J'r. '
Attending price night at Seaside Inn was taken :
t\ afci moved'and to cheerleaders.the Eastern A Texan Sea., instruction were C. E. Hudgins, team placed first, second, and Shooting IncidentA asked was ridiculously low, the up with plants and sidelights onI I :.f j: :. '"' "' : 1 I ItT:4
he third in their class at the Day ; ;
board and was an educator in Robert Mott, Joe Leeper, Ed. operator became suspicious and the upcoming minstrel show. '''1fl : 9ftf "
ward Yawn, city police officers; tona Continental preliminary hearing for AN notified the Highway Patrol Lion W. H. Melton, perennial \ f-
Camden County during those younger hal.. Roy Jackson and Burley McCall, Linley Coleman and Bob) Stod. vid Carroll, 28, former Boulougne Howard apprehended Allen\ I director of the minstrel, announced ; ; : l : S l'
a1s. It was during to }f Sheriff H. J. Youngblood'sWater dard who will also represent the policeman, charged with shootinga near' the Duval 'County line on I that the annual show is set for : I r l
clan ,days that he paid court Bumos-Porsche Racing Team at .45 alibre pistol into the plate 1 ; } j .
fairc Patrol; and Robert E. Bur. U. S. 17 from a description of the March 26 at the Municipal Auditorium I ,
and wed' one of St. Mary's' pee, J. R. Paris and William B. : Sebring. glass winodw of Stuckey's at suspect and the car he was driv I and urged all Lions who t 7 ; 1

flowers, Grace Arnow. A formei Tyler, security officers from C. K. Thompson of Birmiifg. Boulougne, will be held Friday ing. will perform to turn out for re- .t

popular mayor here, he ii Florida now. Cecil Field at Jacksonville.A II ham, Ala., will be racing in a morning at 10 a.m. before Coun- It was later'determined.that. the I hearsals. h '. I
of the .
executive' secretary three-day firearms ins true. Lotus Super 7. ty Judg, J.: E. Weatherford. car, a 1963 Chevrolet Impala, had I: Mrs. Aileen Marell, who has : "t
of a
league Municipalities, Dave Tallaksen, one of Allan Elmer Blankenship, operator of been stolen. in Clinton, Miss on arranged the musical scores and ; !
post he. has held for 12 carritxlaYge years. ion class was held Tuesday, Wednesday ,i ta, Ga.'s, best drivers will be competing the shop, claimed .the incident i I Feb. 6. Howard became suspicious played the,-piano, for many of the \ : V-i':
Both Georgia papers and Thursday by FBI in- I ;
in a Porsche RF Spyder.H. stemmed from an argument between that it was stolen when he I minstrels,* attended the meetingand
pictures of Gordon considerable ant structors. Wick Williams, Chattanooga, the former policeman and treated his visit: with than The training school was sponsored Tenn., will be down with !his 4.5 himself over' an arrest last Dec been by-passed with wiresa a com- immediately followingthe :

more pomp and ceremony after- by the Fernandina Beach liter Maserati. ember. I (Continued on Page Two)) regular session. I e'-
that usually an Police Department, under the direction T. Howard Fowler of Miami Sheriff H. J. Youngblood con- Mrs. MarcH, a well-known ..t.. : ....
dinner speaker. of .Police Chief J. R. Springs in his Porsche Speedster. ducted the investigation of the in- Jacksonville musician, brought .,(

arker. .(Continued On .:Page Two; cident. I.Appliance Company along a singing group, The Play

a1Tfie unwelcome culd and blustery Moves To Larger "Bills"", and they entertained the

weather that has plague .. -"i '.:, ..:, Site Lions with a number of songs.
has ..Ji; _,., .. ,- i .'r
of the .
most ) Bill
this area :, ". ,, I The quartet was made up. of i
slowed a lot of local activity: but ." <:"1"it i Cecil Rowell! owner and 'opera Nichol, Bill Thornton, Bill Milton

U you think things art' quiet in j.. ,:s ,.. i tor of Appliance Sales and Ser and William "Lucky" Simp-
Fernandina Beach right now h ; vice, announces the new location '

Just.isn't 50. The Jajcees are in a 1 .. I of his business is noW' 113 Atlan.I'I'I son.Melton said that. the minstrelwill

lever of activity in preparatiol.tor .'. ,,: I tie Ave. He moved to the larger adhere to the old established I

their rapidly nearing sport quarters, from 30 North 3rd St. : pattern, with blackface performers ,'

car faces. The Golden Crown I Appliance Sales and Service u end men, a chorus, an interlocutor -
Prix (the third annual) is onl) : distributor for all GE productsand t and other variety num -
a. week away from Saturday ant 4 ; ; I the new location affords I bers.

this year's running bids: fair tt r ; 1I 'x more adequate display space for Lion Ben Clarke presided in the '

far,overshadow the first two. Get I rc1rLJ'H. both the large and 'small appliances Absence of President: John Tilia- : .
get 'now for a gala weekend ano in the GE line. kos. t .
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lend any effort you can to assist: An import product being .featured Visiting Lions were James A. .j+ ."'..,. .. "
the' Jaycees in this big effort. is a compact combination Browning, Brady Bryan and Har .,).,I...',; ..........-...

ft ft"Mirth : radio, short wave radio, and record TJ Belflower of the Jacksonville THE UPCOMING LIONS CLUB MINSTREL brings back I
the annual player for 33-45-78 records, Riverside Club.
also neraios '
memories of other minstrels of the past and pictured
trek of the baseball clubs to FlorIda I affording stereo soumL which Holmes Melton of Mayo, Fla,
'. I above is Thos. J. Shave, Jr., as a featured performer in a
and local six flash bat of Melton.
W. H.
fot spring training operates on was a guest
enthusiasts are looking forwardto BUSINESS WAS RUSHING LAST WEEKEND as Lasserre Motor Company held the teries. Harry Poole, program chairman minstrel of a number of years ago. Seated at right of I

the arrival of the farm director ., grand opening of their new Esso Service .Center., The grand opening is being staged Rowell! has tentatively set the II announced that a Weather Shave are performers Hex Dudley and Max Wesley. Advance j .

*, the managers coaches,I in onjunciio with the first' anniversary of Esso in Florida,' Feb. 14-23, with many date for hU premiere opening on Bureau representative will speak publicity rates this year's minstrel as an equal of I.lIie

{Continued! on Ftge Six) prizes and gifts beIng offered, : . -, .p March 8 and 9r ... '. *:"_- J at nest Tuesday*!.metIng.,, -t beat of bygone years --=+'.TI'U -


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Page Two n '"- News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday,. February 21, 19G3 .. -. n .t
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FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS.LEADER Florida Development, Commissionand board dock* andjheiarea .immediately .
r- I staffed by themT.:" "' I' East of the Welcome Sta.
511 ASD STREET PHONES 3686 3611 +7 -
Know Your Florida. Laws "Miss Arlene :Hull\ whom youwill I tion ..will be landscaped' with'a
A John K. Perry Newspaper I Ii 4 'rys k: R. | 'all meet later il in charge' small formal garden in the cen
... T Rat Caldwell, Editor andINATIONAL: Manacerof i of the assisted
.' ,0 Prepared As A Public Service By ; facility and is by I ter. _,.'
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Florida beauty. i I, "This is but one more jewel in
; ., EDITORIAL I 6 THE FLORIDA BAR "These ladies dispense free I the Golden Crown of Fldfida
"' ",'" ; o t a..( UsS) C TI N'; I I : Florida Orange juice to all transient 'I which will enhance the .entire
'.! ,. ::, q (] :J I The Statewide Organization of Lawyers & Judges boats and see that they fe-I I crown" I.
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.t." OCIA't\o ceive brochures of the wonderful
l Sponsored by Nassau County Bar Association Following the luncheon the 'visitors
f.I .: ABC AUDITED .. .. :,. attractions to be found in Flor -
PAID CIRCULATION ? were carried on. a t$ of
Published every Thursday and entered at the Post Office How Do Lawyers Charge For : pends upon unswerving loyalty I' ida. 4' the new Florida Marine Wekwmc

.,.. Fernandina Beach, Florida as second class mail matter Services? I I his client. He may, however, see'. "The area in which: this facility I Station and otner ,points i of"ib-
.... Subscription! Rates: A lawyer generally makes only weakness in a particular ease'and ; is constructed, has l long been envisioned : terest here. v :
I to $4 a year $2. 5 6 months $1.25 3 Months ar nominal charge if any, for a he may know that a court fight as a site for a Municipal ,.

-1.50.3 year out of county first visit to his office. Only ; will be both expensive and probably it I Marina by civic leaders and Cost of Thinking r
when he spends actual time in' futile'for his client. In sucha I : r+a < : ]local boating enthusiasts. f used to we*
I Folks say pay
'Ik, I working on a case does he charge case, he may advise the clientto r ro'a I Immediately adjoining the : for thoughts.
a fee When a monetary settle. bargain! or, with his client's : Welcome Station a marina is un- you a penny your
Kiwaninns Given 'Interest Mounts I Ii I I Now it costs $25 an 'hour tTfct \
spent is involved, he may chargeon permission, he may bargain for der construction which: will beI a psychiatrist to l listen to } gpp,
(Continued from Page One) a percentage basis. More of. ; him It has, with truth, been said : capable of accommodating t the County Leader Post, '
Picture of County i ten, he charges for actual time I. that a settlement, even though_ : j largest yachts and the smallest I II Medina, Ohjp
yen torturous and tricky turns on spent on such details as assemb- for an amount less than claimed, : outboards, I
Forest Protection the Fernandina Beach track. ling facts and lookng; up the I maybe far better than an expensive I "On the outboard side there is i iI and still
The City Commissioners hate many 'possible I laws affecting the' lengthy lawsuit, the resultof I a minimum of 250' of docking;' Are you 65 or over
shown their usual splendid cooperation case. When a lawyer charges for which is uncertain. Litigationcan i space. This means that two 60' ;, working! Ask for social security
,BY TOMMY HALL I in making the Municipal "advice" he does not mean an be a luxury. Lawyers r*.I Jg- zz\Ks :::;wwr oaHn ouctaad; i yachts and three 40' yachts Ii j leaflet 23e and see if you can get

Nelson Blocker of Lake City, Airport available for the Golden offhand personal opinion. He is nine .this and pursue conciliationand i could be comfortably docked. some social security benefits -'

Distrtft member of the State Crown Prix and arranging for talking about a conclusion reached : settlement wherever possibleand WALT DISNEY'S "PINOCCHIO" will play Friday and I -"There is water and electricity I(
BoarcUof Forestry, was presentedas the mowing of the grass which after perhaps hours or days of advisable. available for each.: On the in- j
Saturday the Ilan Theatre together with "Damn The b
principal speaker at the Monday : surrounds the runways. This combing through volumes of law What Is A Lawyer's Duty In at,:Both I board side depending upon the Dozier Gay
night' meeting of Kiwanis I maintenance will assure the spectators to be sure he has exhausted the Criminal Cases? pictures are in_color. size and placement there is ample. OnekoteWhite 0
'1 i the same excellent view of authorities and found all the law It is one of the glories of A n- I room for eight 25 to 30' boats :
Davis program chair. ,., the races from the comfort of affecting your case. considered Jim Beard 1 or one case of extraneously Induced and from 30 to 40 12 to 18'
man, in enumerating the accomplishments their own ears as they have hadin Can A Lawyer Tell In Advance. Speaks : racial. disunity : boats. The adjoining launchingramp Enamel
of the speaker, men. I the past. What His ,Charges Will Be? Therefore, every 'defendant in a: .. .. I' "We'must protect our own interests is 50' wide ,and is placed at.
tioned his long and continued inter'e'sf I The FAA has again approvedthe Sometimes. For example: be criminal case has a right to all (Continued From Page, One)l in order to present a 'united a 14 degree angle which has ;, Gal.
in forestry. Airport fir a fly-in for any can usually set a fee for writinga the protection which the law Crown area i is below, the averageof 1 ands: :la'ralonious organization. been found to be the most efficient $5.50
Speaking on the subject, "His I interested, aviation clubs and a warranty deed, but, on' the gives to an innocent person. It is many ether' areas fn Florida.'j "The. newly 'dedicated Intra, Adequate parking for.boats \
tory pf Forestry in Nassau County I large crowd is anticipated from other hand it may be hard to seta ( the duty of an accused person's This is a p.ro'blem'. iat each Coastal, Waterway Welcome Station and trailers' is adjacent to the H PIC ;

,, ,"> Blocker recounted the early this source. definite fee in advance in such lawyer to see ,that this client has Chamber Commerce'and', coni-j constructed by the City of ramp. i "
cf4) -of fire protection of our Assisting race Co-chairmen :I matters' as representing you when the benefit of all .his rights un- munity in the. Crown' area. ,. Fernandina Beach and operated "Picnic facilities are. plannedfor 14TII'& BEECH :
.I der the Constitution of the United solve noiv. the Welcome Divisionof parallel to the in-
forests, saying "no other County Jim Beatty and John Thompson you are a defendant in a suit. Of by Station the area I
reflects the history of fireprotection -I I in preparing for this year's races ten neither the lawyer nor the I States and of the state the "I realize that;;each county' in the Florida Development Com. I. _h_
in forestry like Nassau I are DeWayne Crisp Dance; Bob client can tell at first how much f laws passed by duly elected leg- the Golden, Crown has cert iJ mission' is but another indicationof

i County., ;I Gingles and Bill Leuschner, Publicity work will be involved, so that! islative bodies, and the decisions problems, which if resolved,.would, the readiness- of the Florida i II
"The State's first efforts to as- I;i ; Jake Mottayaw Grounds; I I I setting a fee would be like set. i, announced 'by the courts over increase tourism and' Industrial Crown:to enhance the natural I
sist in this program began with J. C. Campbell, Tickets; Don ting a price on an automc/il centuries of human experience. location. beauties and attractions with T All People
the construction of fire towers Brownlee, Concessions; John Tester without knowing whether or a I A lawyer must see that his client "We here in Fernandina Beach which 'we'are so richly'' blessed. 5
I I j receives fair trial and is tried believe that the albatross aroundour "We believe this installation to
and the erection of telephone lines Crowd Control; Leon Jones new or. used a limousine or"a a ,
to aid in the control of wild fires. I. Program; Don Roberts and Jim car in the lowest-price field. However for his alleged crime' only on the neck is the delay in, the construction !be the first oi its kind in the
A considerable contribution By Bowers, Finance; Pete JIartsfield, you can tell the lawyer- how basis of competent evidence, pro of a bridge from Fer- world. I THAT HAVE PURCHASED

private, timber landowners in ;i Car Service; and George Hillman, much you can spend and he may I, perly produced. nandina Beach to St., "Mary's, "We engaged the architectual
Nassau County gave impetus to !': Aviation. agree not to do anything over i I Why Do Lasers Sometimes ObJect -. Georgia. I assure you 'that ,this and engineering firm of Hollo."a7" -

the ,protection effort," Blocker i I I that amount without getting f To Testimony Witnesses Wish project is, receiving" .our concerted Register and Cummings of I HOMES THIS PAST YEARIf
said. IAmQng your approval. You may discuss I To Give? I "' attention.; Jacksonville to design the Welcome ). ,
: $SOOO'lnvitational I Trials conducted under "We must Be certain that our I
these he mentioned : the matter of fees with your lawyer ;i are Station and Marina.
I rules of evidence which have been i camping areas, state parks', "pub-
f were, L. A. Davis & Brothers i in .I at any time. : "The focal point of interest is
(Continued from Page One) I the centuries fo. 'tic beacheg: and other recreational '
developed over ,
I Welcome .station itself. Some home in Nassau ,
Eastern Nassau County, McAr- What Is Your' Duty To you have purchased a -
produce fair trials. Witnesses 'often areas are expanded_"to' ,meet: the
; of the 'natives refer to the structure ,
thur Naval Stores at Callahan, The first day of the golfing Your Lawyer? '
(I I to make statements rfe-: Wands of the immediate fiiture. : '
Carson Naval Stores at Kent, activity will be given over to a You should give your lawyer] attempt as a "feepee" or "wigwam". County and you make thgt hO"1your
I '1 garding facts of which they'-do "Our coastal 'counties l have be-: By 'whatever 'name call it, ,,
Bell and Oliver from St. George, pro-amateur event with players all the facts concerning the case you
not have personal knowledge.; tome mor acutely aware of the
Everett Mizell Davis and Tomp- competing from scratch.On you take to him and make a full Such testimony is called hearsay i problems r'beach: erosion. This.,beautiful this is a l example most distinctive of modern and architecture permanent .residence, then) you are
kins, Hilliard Mark Johnson Friday the 54-hole tourney
I and fair disclosure of the entire I
Musselwhite, and Logan Bryce in I will begin. Amateurs will play situation. He needs all the facts become evidence.a If part it of were the allowed records i..ofI toI I is always one of believed my. pet that peeves"the Federal 1' have" be,recognized and a picture anywhere of in itwduld entitled to the benefits of Homesteq the Callahan-Brycevill: areas in flights. II
I him because the
you can give ap- the trial, the result might,be in* Government is "morally and legally the world as. the Florida Marine .
"The advent of the Pulp and The tournament committee is' plication of the law may vary damages I Exemption. '\ "--
I consequential
of evidence
Rules there* responsible '
I justice. 'Stallon."Th .
Paper industries, to this county made up of G. H. Waas, Jr. and with each fact and circumstance ._. ;;. ..
tell to the beaches result of I
I fore, prohibit a witness as a station is leased to the
Bob' Young, co-chairmen, Bob'skins
was' great boon to the fire-pro- 'I concerning a case. The relation of j ing what someone else, who is not Federal aids to navigation. ,-
twJTdn effort and these large I A *udY York J. E. (Gene) lawyer and client is confidential,.I present in court told him. Similarly "Some of these" aids, such 'as People making application for Homestead exemption
landholders now make a major 'I Weatherford and Pro Ed Mattson. and any confidentiaF information testimony: regarding a con- jetties and groins prohibit the I for the first time must bring a Deed or an
centri&nation td the fire-control that a client gives his )lawyer, j versation with, a person who is lateral movement' of, sand there-1 !! Article of Agreement to show proof ot ownershipof
efftrts with their heavy- qujp- eel Alysnabben now visiting the 1 even the confession of a crime, 1 I, *
i dead at the time of the trial maybe by depriving portions of certain Property. The Deed or Article of Agreementmust
meat, the maintaining of fire- Port of Jacksonville. Johnny Da-i' is considered a 'privileged communication -* ruled out because there is no areas from ,natural l replenishment) : be recorded in the office of Clerk of Circuit

lanes through their timber lands, 1,I vis and Bubba Quattlebaunx wr.i and the lawyer can. one who can prove that the te ti. of sand. 'Sometimes ,the dredging; yourhouse Court before an exemption can be allowed. This is
and in the assistance rendered to ,I Key Club guests at, the ., not divulge it lvithout..the client i
meetjn i is. true false. A. of !harbor entrance ibo, causes i
or lawyer : '
mony take
other land holders" the. speaker Olin Mercer, County 'TForebt j'consent. A : lawyer;'. "furthermorej I protects his client by seeing, in a depletion. of these natural de-j) I ; ,.your benefit [ft laces you moneY | .. p
I ben :
of tit REMEMREH'yoH) < ubrl'ogyour :
both ,
concluded. I I Ranger assisted the speaker in cannot'represent sides ex; their
court, that the rules of evidenceare posits. is a' state wide prob.
J. C. Bennett introduced Herb I i't; presenting the program. I 1 cept by express consent of all con followed and enforced. lem and should be. given immediate I I Deed or Article Agreement when. you apply,
Bailey as a Baby Kiwanian attending President Rauschert announced cerned given after a full disclose. I consideration: i: home II for the first time.

his first meeting. Kiwan i there would be an Oyster Roast ure of the facts. "Of equal importance and' 'of'I' I

!ian Evert Elvin introduced two I i on the night of March 11, at What Is Lawyers Duty Mental Escapee prime concern to ,all of us is the 1 1st is the deadline- for making
Cadet members of the crew of : Woodward Motor Company, this In Civil Cases? I formation of' a 'well organized, : If something happensto I April :
the Swedish Naval Training Yes- being a ladies night. A lawyer's whole career ..xle 1 you, there can be.. money
: f
,1i! (Continued from Page One) highly centralized> news to help pay off the mortgage I application for the Homestead xemp-
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I Ij ination center" The : sole reason'
--.;---- -- -- -- --- ------- -- -- with low cost mortgage redemption
mon practice of car thieves unable for the extstpnce'of'sucha center
j ,: life insurance. I
... '" *.o secure the proper key; would be the promotion 'of-> the'j' Leave your family a home, I tion.
II.i Also the spare tire was missing 1,1 1,1I Florida Crown ahd\the protection ; ,not,a debt \See us now. .
I apparently having been sold by. of this same area against any 'adverse 'I
: ;'
0" "DON'T BREAK THE CHAIN" -.i ;'Ailen. i national publicity affecting i WOOlENinsurance I 'e-"N..: rMENDREE /

'II' Allen gave Howard a us. f'f \j I .
tion and bill of sale for registra.1 "We ark air aware .of, the .readiness -'': Agency

4 i i but it was determined I of other. -interests, 'to .magnifY I CALL. ELLEN SHANK Tax Assessor, Nassau County.
been forged. He' had no driver'license. Qf-" 4 -
". : the importance one frQzenorange 261-5303,.
{ :
I off-breed .mosquito
When After questioning. Allen admitted ---- .-
someone advertising I --
stops : he was an escapee from Whit- -. - 0
..I field but said that he had no memory -1-wa-
Someone I" of the escape nor of stealing MOTOR TREND EXPERTS ON THE '63 RAMBLERS
stops !
r' the car in Clinton. '
He was dressed in expensive L' inside
clothes when picked up by How- "Lean clean Unes..more room

"; ', i i': When someone slops buying:, #, ard and: had motel keys from Holi- 0 ---
day Inns in Macon, Ga., and Clan- f Y .
I ton, Ala., as well as a receipt : '

: : I Someone stops selling. : from a Birmingham hotel. .
; ::1 .ri..; After it was confirmed that"he
had 'escaped from \Vh'tfield, he
to the FBI' and
was over
When someone stops selling, : = : will supposedly be prosecuted' ina I'T 4sl'

Federal court. a MQ
: He, had only been at Whitfielda
: Someone stops making. short time and had not been

judged mentally incompetent'br' -..
the courts. !
When '. He was lodged in county1 jai(r. ..-.iNrx .
someone stops making, : to await a transfer by the FBI. ;i .. -

Someone stops earning. .j -: Top Drivers '. -r 0 'r ..-...

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: When someone stops earning, ; /<: The by Golden the Crown Fernandina Prix is B sponsored ad. f4

"' '' Jaycees and will be held on S arcjr J :7

".\, No one can buy, sell or :- I 2-3 at Airport the Fernandina which: has Beach Municipal -' y xsI

'; proved by the FAA for
'r Make advertise! c I this weekend. beenf-,
even I
I Practice starts at 9:30

.. ,..,..', Saturday with the first race M at' a Rambler 63= AWARDs Car of me Year

.. 3:30 P.M. On Sunday the races'will t

So advertising greases the wheels in the chain of I 4:30 P run JI. from 10:30 A.M. "until qi e.\ : i' The award read?, "for outstanding*design? achieve.

ment and engineering i leadership/' Motor Trend experts

events that enable our making a living' and that spells Patronize Our Advertisers' 1 ;-' saw i it in the "lean, clean lines with "more :4

} '1 room inside for increased comfort.:*Hailed Advanced t
out the of this community. Don't break the
progress .
I x', Unit Construction! .. will take punishment longer -

chain. ADVERTISE!! .. Hear ?. hold resale value." In ride, performance, long-life' -::

i The Pastor's Study., 4 features, they found 63 Ramblers outstanding. See

( the value of the year,at your Rambler dealer.Eullroomforsix6footers"Plenty .

and do it regularly in the Rev. Ran Humphreys Cunedglasssidewindows, American A/Oroll-Dedlcate Excellence
of headroomlegroom."j amaantfy caster entrance.

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I .,- ..." '. Ne rs-Leader, F Fernandina Beach, Florida'- Thursday, February 21, 1963. Page.Three.

: ; :;" keting;, and. Foreign Agricultural, ity Credit Corporation feed grain Lucy Lang of Trenton; 'County

I, I Y: Junior High-Lights Operations. at 75 percent of support price Commissioner and Mrs. Earl

for their foundation herds, or at Byrd of Elkton; Dr. J. Wayne

BY JANICE SWEATTHi LEGISLATIVE ACI'IQNThe 100 percent of support price for Reitz, President of the Univer-
only main legislative action other eligible livestock. For further sity of Florida, Gainesville; Col

This week, the F. T. A. that has been taken in the Information, farmers shouldsee onel and Mrs. J. E. Boat of

members are proudly wearing House during the past few days their local ASCS Committee. Gainesville; Mayor and Mrs. D.
their new club pins. Some of the MeeY-Club II. Buchanan of Hilliard; and
concerning better control of trips
,, i pins have '(63 on that Congressional Committees COMMON Mr, Tom Knotts of Yankeetown.I .

them, while flu.I Plans make abroad. These recommendations MARKET hope my friends who
I.officers have officer I HomecomingEvents 4
;' 1 '. .. ; \ ; were unanimously sup This past week I attended a pe visiting: in the Nation's Cap-
- guards in- 1k' b __ 1 ported by the Members of the meeting of about 60 Congressmen -
stead of the Weekend ital will be sure to 'drop by my
rr [ ba ::: House, and they represent a with Senator Byrd of Vir! I
,year. These pins office in 1320 Longworth (New)
46yyJk' tightening of the rules of pro- ginia serving as Chairman, to,
represent a won The Yulee Y-Club is in a rush, % rye. ? Y a 7E cedures that have been long talk about the problems of our I I House Office Building to say

.derful organiza- making plans for its Homecoming. >;a overdue. Credit for this legislation poultry exports to the Common "hello"!

n 's4' ,1 on. We hope' that everyone will must go to the leadership of Market. We have had a $50 million (P.S. If you have not already
The has
patrol take up the "Ole School Spirit" t the House and to the Chairmanof a year poultry export business I done so, please return theOu t.
|welcomed two and make this a grand occasion. : the Rules Committee, the Hon to the Common Market but 'tionnaire! sent earlier t this month,

new members The first event of the Home- i orable Howard Smith of Vir- now tariffs have almost tripled I as we are now beginning to tabulate -

Paula Kornau and Kathy Allison. coming weekend is the parade, % _ _ Y ginia. I and we are in danger of losingall I the results.) 7V_'.
Congratulations girls! Friday at 1:00 o'clock and we of that market. We express.
Wednesday was a happy day know there will be some fantastic RESEARCH GRANTS ed to the Secretary of Agriculture .-.- --- -- .....

for us as the teachers went to a floats. The parade will travel yv-; Several important Federal. most emphatically that we

meeting In Hilliard and we were around the unusual area and will 4 grants have been made to the have to have some hard bargaining P

excused from classes at 1:30. return to the ball field. There will Ih :F Y tpy M'{ ? : '. Cp' University of Florida in recent to keep our poultry in the USl* f @

See you next week! be a Pep Rally where the Hornetswill weeks, including: export market.IOPPOSITIOS .

burn Lee High School in ef 'F AC'yq! ,...: WANT
1. A grant of $152,532 from TO CHANGE IN
diL'm"11ee'b'h D +ns. w.au a+y' fl 'u l dNayyY
Business uses advertising to figy.The the Division of Water Supplyand +QUARANTINE,, NO.. 37.
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maintain and increase, its outlets\ next event will take place OBSERVING WORLD FRIENDSHIP DAY last Saturday at an aIl-day program at Pollution of the Departmentof I II -ADS

1 Friday evening February 22, at Tenacres, Girl Scouts and Brownies of Fernandina Beach presented a colorful flag Health, Education, and Wel- This past week/I had the plea-
for Unless such outletsare
I maintained and, increased,, 7:00 o'clock in the auditorium.This .. ceremony. Presenting their colors, from left, Anita Cook with the flag of Italy, Lucy fare; for research involving a sure of appearing with a very I

.the Income on which'taxes; are is the Hornet Buzz, consisting Libby with the flag of Canada, Cheryll Cannnon with flag of Colombia, Marcia Miller new method of water. disinfec- fine group from Florida oppos- I I
of skills clubs and
'based will not be forthcoming.t 7 through 12.by First prize will grades be with the Swiss flag, Diane Davis, guard, Julie Steffens, flag of England, Kathy Alli- tion' ; ing any changes in QuarantineNo. The

I--- 1,1I. $5.00, second prize, $3.00, and son, American flag, Dene Henderson, Girl Scout flag, Barbara Alverson, guard At 2. A grant of $175,000 from 37.Florida High Commissioner tribute was paid of Ag to

....' third prize is $1.00. Let's: all get extreme right, not seen, are, Kathy Piper, presenting flag of Japan, Vivian Harvey the National Aeronautics and our riculture, Doyle Conner, and the Little Lady Dress]

People Do Read Even up a good skit. with flag of Germany, Kathy Babb with flag of Mexico, and Amy Crumpler with flag Space Administration for pre- Florida Delegation, headed by -by

The Smallest JAds I The highlight of Homecoming of the Phillipines. Photo by Tom Davis doctoral fellowships in the Grad Florida Plant Commissioner, Dr.

c In The News-I ader will be the game Saturday, Feb- uate School of the University to W. G. Cowperthwaite, made a Qndereila.j
be awarded to graduate students .
23. The Junior Varsity
ruary to the Department
presentation .
-.. You Are"HAPPY" !' game will begin at 7:00: p.m. The Approximately 150 Girl Scouts Reports From Washington ,whose study research programsare of Agriculture. ;

Varsity i game will follow. We joined hands in a "Golden Chainof space-oriented;

; -- --- -- hope everyone will attend. Friendship" at the close of a By Rep. D. R. (Billy) Matthews 3. A grant of $185,321 from GREEN COVE SPRINGS !!:.
The gym will be gayly decorated day of fun at Ten Acres last Sat the Public Health, Service for NAVAL BASECongratulitions .

for the Queen of 1962, and urday. February 15, 1963 I Gerhart. Served by a series of studies of normal and abnormal to Governor j :

the candidates for 1963. The girls The occasion was in honor of radar "fences" stretching across speech patterns.COMMUNITY .
for his cooperation
running for Homecoming are: "Thinking Day", Girl Scout the northern borders of Alaska
making possible a bright
Twelfth grade, Paula Livingston; Founder's Day, designated as and Canada to Greenland and FACILITIES
Base at Green y
Eleventh grade, Ruth Ryals; World Friendship Day, February In this period of uncertainty, Iceland, across the' center of LOAN FOR LAKE BUTLER for Cove our Springs Naval! The State of # 2

Tenth grade, Linda Jones Y- 23. Canada, and entirely, surrounding
; Lake Butler has been
it was very reassuring to me to given a Florida will buy this valuable
Club, Jerry. Nails; F.H.A., Mavis A colorful program on international the United States mainland, $9,000 advance loan from the
wr.I visit several military installationsin property, and I want to promise
Crapps. the high these warning designed
friendship was systems are Community Facilities Adminis-
.' The Miss of 1962 of the ,after .our country, which together to almost instantaneously my wholehearted cooperationwith
.I Homecoming light day, a morningof provide. basically the appraise us tration for preliminary planningof 'our State officials and citizens
Miss Juanita Johnson, will crown games and "nosebag" lunches.An ingredients of any "surprise" and im
of what we might call our war water sewer system of that area to promote the
the new queen. impressive flag ceremony, nuclear or air attack made a-
deterrent. I first visited the Tac provements. The project, callingfor industrial use of this splendid
led by Color Sargeant Marilyn gainst our nation or Canada.
construction of treatment
tical Air Command sewer facility.
',n At Fort JacksonI Miller, opened the program. A report Langley Field, Virginia.(TAG) This at The Canadian Armed Forces are and water purification

on Thinking Day was given force is under the direction ofthe part of this complex and extensive plans, is expected to cost '$693' POST OFFICE NEWS
n. r by Susan Hardee. Mistress of defense organization.While .
capable and experienced Gen 000. I have been advised by the
IS HAPPY ceremonies was Barbara Alverson -
at Colorado Springs,. I
M TO BE INFERNANDINA and each troop presented a eral Walter C. Sweeney, and visited at the Air Force Academy GOVERNMENT GRAIN FOR Post.Office Department that Mr.
forms the conventional and flex. A. M. Moring of Bronson has
BEACH song, dance, or skit from a for. and had a pleasant hour LIVESTOCK FARMERS
ible arm of the Air Force which been given the contract for the
eign country. with two of
Have You Met Him? I : Brownie' Troop 355 represented was mobilized to meet the recent Larry D. McCormick my appointees of Calla.- Livestock farmers in many new Bronson Post Office. Also,
in Cuban crisis. counties in our 8th District have a site has been selected for the
I Colombia with a singing game han, and James M. Jefferson of
t --'- -, Spanish. Dressed in bright kirn- Next I visited the StrategicAir Gainesville.I been declared eligible to purchase Crescent City Post Office, and a
Intermediate Troop 251 Command (SAC) with Head government grain under plans new contract has been awardedfor
onas '
rI rI am convinced after this trip, announced the of :
sang a Japanese lullaby, after quarters at Offutt Field near by Department construction of the Post Office -
''IA I even more than ever before, thatwe Agriculture for the of East Palatka.
i telling about scouting in Omaha, Nebraska. Located un purpose at
hi f x Brownie Troop 330 J.J1pan.1 derground in 'a steel and concrete have a defense organizationsecond relieving the feed shortage caused VISITORS .,.
,, II armored nerve center, General to none in the world. We by the recent freeze. Qualified I sizes GX ,
Yukon Territory of Canada, and 3:i to $5.95 '"
in Congress must make final decisions farmers in these counties will be Recent visitors to my Washington ,
Thomas S. Power directs the I I
performed "The Northern sizes 7 to 14, $7.95
r, and dance. I most modern and destructive warmachine this year concerning the permitted to purchase Commode office have included: MissBARBARA'S
Lights, song state of the defenses or'this nation --
The Mexican Hat Dance was in the history of the
t by Brownies from world. Prepared for any surprise and I am determined to New and pretty for .
presented attack.: continue my support of a defense and rows .
493. Intermediate Troop and in constant com KIDDIE KAMPFOR spring: rows '
i Troop .
munication organization that will keep us in of
175 demonstrated an unusual with the North American embroidereditowers
Air Defense Command the lead. and inserted lace
game from Italy, "Apron Making on >
," and representing the Philiippines (NORAD) at Colorado Springs COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTSOur WORKING the bodice of apetalslee'ed

Brownie Troop 179 did a General Power, at the com SHOPPING dress.

i song and dance, "Planting Rice." mand of President Kennedy and Committee on Agriculturehas RELAXING :MOTHERS With nylon marquisette"1

I Intermediate Troop 158 repre- the Joint Chiefs of Staff, is pre. completed its organization, SUPERVISED PLAY STORY TIME LUNCH petticoat,In a light-as.//
JACKSON, S. C., Feb. sented Switzerland, singing and pared to release a nuclear attack and I am Chairman of the Subcommittee NAP- TIME air no-iron cotton.
I, 15 Private Robert E. Wilcox, Swiss Polka, and a that could destroy all potential
dancing a on Family Farms, anda NOW OPEN 7:00 A.M. TO 6:00 P.M.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wilcoxof folk dance was enemies.I .
1 I clever German
Fernandina Beach, has begun done by Brownie Troop 497. Intermediates next visited the North Am- member of the Subcommitteeson Barbara Bryan, 2109 Florida Ave. A. S. Allan'sAtlantic

: 'his Basic Combat Training at from Troop 108 presented erican Defense Command, under Forests; Livestock and Feed Kamp Counselor Phone, 261.5238'

Fort Jackson, S. C., where he a skit on scouting in } ng- the command of General John K. Grains; Tobacco; Domestic Mar Avenue .
tk has been assigned to CompanyB .- '-- ---- -
Blue. ------ -- --
land, and sang "Lavender
\\\k\\ kLii \ 19 Battalion, 5 Training Regiment Janice Parker told about the '
of the U. S. Army Train FriendshipFund
Juliette Low World

:.' will ing During Center be introduced his, Infantry.basic to training a wide he ,, friendship gift for and the each circle fund.troop Songs concluded presented and the the a I I .gives you back See It Today! This

I variety of infantry skills, along

: y with intensive physical condi program.bpecial guests were Mrs Betty I MORE LIVING ROOM !
tioning. He will attend classes in of
Ingle and Mrs. Dorothy Siegel I BEAUTIFUL 1963 MODEL
the traditions of the service, is
Jacksonville. Mrs. Ingle present
Q character guidance, and the role Council
of Gateway Girl Scout
P of the in the world I
Army today.
and Mrs. Siegel is a staff member.
Many of his instructors are com TV
Hostesses were Karen Brewer I CONSOLE
bat veterans of World War II
.kJ. Brownlee. Aides for
and Peggy
and the Korean conflict
Julie Steffens,
Fort Jackson uses the U. S. the games were

I_ .1(1the i iNH e ulating teaching Army's actual TRAINFIRE rifle markmanship.battle method conditions Sim of,I 1 Carolyn Marie Heape Breeden., Cleste Hardee, and BIG 23" One Only At A Give-Away Price

TRAINFIRE enables the Soldierto Eligible Workers SCREEN-

traditionalfavorite become a better rifleman in .

:_ less Other time.highlights of his inten Often Retirement Overlook Benefits OTS""dII' "" I NEW SUPPLY STERO AND LP RECORDSWASHERDRYER I II

sive basic training schedule include I
e drill According to R. Donaldson, i I
squad tactics bayonet I
LEVI'STRIM! hand to-hand combat, and a night District Manager for Social Security "'
. problem against an "agressor" in Jacksonville, many people COMBINATION

I force. During his seventh week lose money because they '0

i I of training, he lives in the field don't check on their social secur-

I under conditions similar to a ity when they reach retirement Model
combat In most cases these peopleare
zone. age.
Basic training is climaxed bya still working and believe

graduation review before the they are not due any benefit pay-

CUTSJust i commanding general of Fort ments unless they are complete.

Jackson. Outstanding performances ly idle. '
in Donaldson said this is not true. N $35000
+ are a cere GE ERAL' .ELECTRIC
workers can earn .
mony that is open to parents and In many cases
invited $1200 and still get some so.i
In guests. over
cial security payments. The

New Spring Write today for social security amount of social security bene CONSOLE TV WITH PURCHASE OF COMBINATION

leaflet 23c if you are 65 or over fits that can be paid depends on GET A FREE CERTIFICATE

Shipment and still working. Find out if the worker's exact earnings.As FOR BATTERY OPERATED -
you can get some social security an example, Donaldson cit. This slim design in rich Mahogany finish willharmonize
Wide Selection, if WRIST WATCH.
benefits now. ed the case of a worker, who with any decor. stand out whileusing NEVER NEEDS WINDING
would collect $100 a
retired; a minimum of living space. Model WA500X
Figure out for yourself if you month from social security. If he .
can receive social security bene keeps working and earns $1700 "
fits. Write for leaflet l 23c if you for the. year, he can still collect t Big 23"square corner"Daylight Blue"stroen, -
AT are 65 or over and still working. $950 in social security retirementpayments. Glarejector _." COMPLETE STOCK OF GE TAPE RECORDERS --
------- --. -- If he has a wife and 2 '
tronsrorm'er -
young children, the social secur. t Full power chassis

ity payments to the family would RADiOS; ALL SMALL APPLIANCES
t Controls:

f fjc gatoce i>COldest 11o'on-! if total he about continued$2400 to work a year and, even earn Top-Mounted ,

',Florida's and Most Historic file$1700.for If three this worker years neglects he would to t NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION TO SERVE YOU MORE EFFICIENTLY

lose $2850 of his own social security
;> Fernandina Beach's Favorite Meeting Place payments.

:agesBoiled! past Donaldson retirement urged age every, who person has APPLIANCE SALES AND SERVICE --113 Atlantic Ave."GE .

> Shrimp Horn On RyeBarbecue not applied' for social security

r-I Kosher Sandwiches benefits it with, the to come people in at and the discuss social TUBES ARE so GOOD OUR COMPETITORS USE. THEM" New Phone 261-5801 Any Time

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I Bernice Lowe Circle Hostesses Entertain Y p rn I, Y t .. Demonstrations r s Give Miniatures Judged Chapter'55'OES I :Pvt Charles Edwards, presently
stationed at Ft: Gordon the
Makes Plans For Church Classes At. Emphasis To Program At Meeting of Observes Birthday U. S. Army, will arrive ton wrtjf kr;w

Cfi ken Pie Supper Party Saturday Of Camellia Club Hibiscus ClubThe Tuesday Evening family to spend Mrs.the weekend Suzanne with Edwards La

JJjs?February meeting of the The Primary and Junior Sun- The Camellia Garden Club held Hibiscus Garden Club met Fernandina Chapter No. 55, Or. I and daughter, Cheryl.
Berejce Lowe Circle of Memorial day School Classes of Pine Grove a Gx yL its February meeting at the home February 18th. at the home of der of the Eastern Star, held its I
Methodist Church was held Wednesday Baptist Church were honored with of Mrs Franklin Jones, with the Mrs. T. J, Corbett, with Mrs. R. j regular meeting Tuesday night Pfc Don Caldwell, presently]

morning in the Parish a party Saturday, February 16, O6 M {z t business meeting conducted by B. Lock-wood and Mrs. S. L Tarl- with Mrs. Cleo Brinson, worthy I stationed at the Naval Air Station
HaIl of the church, with Mrs L. at the church. the president, Mrs, Frank C, ton 'a$ co-hostesses. matron, and Mr. Ed. Brinson, I'with the U. S. Marine, arrived

L Hall and Mrs. Carl Quattle- Hostesses for the affair were, Hawks, ,Jr.Reports Mrs. Carl Quattlebaum, president worthy patron, presiding. I today to spend the:weekend with
his Mr and Mrs,
baum serving as hostesses. Mrs. Evelyn Dixon, Mrs. Ida May ;fir fy' were given by the presided and the club prayer Fernandina Chapter was instituted : Caldwell. '
Delicious refreshments were Williams, and Mrs. Betty Sreso- chairman of all standing commit was read by Mrs. S. L. Tarlton. in 1912 and in observance of :
setV d. preceding the meeting. tees. A proposed: change in the Roll call was answered with the Chapter's fifty first birthdaythe .

Mrs.' S. L Tarlton, circle chairman vich.The refreshment table was > e constitution will be voted on at each member telling what they worthy matron read a short I Ii i i i
welcomed the fourteen memo gaily decorated in yellow and the March meeting had planted this month. The pro history of the Chapter and a II I

berr-present and preside during blue. A beautiful china pedestal r o.\. Mrs. Hawks announced that the gram was a Flower and Shrub I beautiful and impressive courtesywas

the:bjisiness meeting. container held the punch, and Camellia Club was invited to at. Qujz prepared by Mrs. Quattle i presented by the officers.

Mrs G. S. Lowe presented the was surrounded by blue and yel- ,tend the workshop to be spon- baum, with prize; for the most : Mrs. Barbara Walters, who was
Spiritual} Life program entitled ow sweet peas. A revolving mer ; sored by the Rose Club and held correct answers going to Mrs. installed as Esther, left Tuesday
"1Jg 1t Unto My Path". The Mis ry-go-round was centered on the .k ; tL i at the Woman's Club on February Pauline Elvin, Mrs. Ellen Shank, I fo join her husband overseas. tItuff

sionary Education program was table. Refreshments of cake, ice i 28. All member were urgedto :and Mrs. Dorothy Hutehins. I Mrs. Ruth Conner will fill the
given by'Mrs. Hale Sheffield,
us ream and punch were served. 0 attend. "Little Darling", miniature 5" I station of Esther for the remainder -
ing as her subject, "Seward'iWesleyan
Hospital. Those attending were, Yevon- < s 43y Mrs. J. C. Bennett, Jr., Mrs. i overall arrangements, were made I of the year.
A. G. McArthur, and Mrs. T. W, I by Mrs. James M. Bird, Mrs. T. i After the meeting adjourned a If
Final plans were made for the ie, Shiela, Sherry, Faith, and
Oliver Jr. Interesting I J. Corbett Mrs. Flora Markham T "
presented a most delicious birthday cake and coffee !
chicken! pie supper to be held Keith Aldridge, Barbara Janice
program. Mrs. Bennett and Mrs. Frank MacLaren. First I was enjoyed by the members.On .
21st the church.
February at
and Judy Collins, Brenda and
I discussed flower arrangementsand place was won by Mrs. Flora
Mrs. Tarlton announced the March 19, past matrons and
.. Linda Braddock, Becky and Kathy
stressed that, whereas there Markham, 2nd place, Mrs JamesM.
be honored.Let's .
World Day of Prayer will be held past patrons will
Williams, Pam and Darlene Dix- t are rules for arrangements in 'I. Bird, 3rd place, Mrs Frank ,
M4rA 1st In the First Baptis: t.'t # see how many matrons and .
jn, Melinda and Marceil Baker,
flower shows, they need not apply MacLaren, and 4th place, Mrs. T.
Church. Members were also reminded Judy Brown, Brenda Gill, and patrons we can have present for ," "
: I to arrangements ,for the home J, Corbett.
of the New Life meeting* this meeting.
?am and Barbara Melvin.
where the only criteria is that i
to be held March 10-10th. The door'prize, donated by Mrs. '

The meeting was closed will Your local merchants keep the s. pointed they give out pleasure.arrangements Mrs. Bennett placedin L K. Nolan, was won by Mrs.I Annual <"Hat's :Off" : I J'3 :
I .
the benediction
'conomic wheels of Virginia Higginbotham.
your com- appropriate spots through the Luncheon '
Set By
The March meeting will be hek A.
4 nunity turning throughout the : house and commented on com- Following the meeting, the hostesses -
at the church following the New 'ear. See their advertising iJ} served delicious Hospital Auxiliary
P9sition and line. .
Life ,meeting. this newspaper. KING OF HEARTS Wayne: Libby is shown with Queen I cheese cake' topped with cherriesand
Melba Buice, of Norcross, G&, at he annual Sweetheart Mrs: McArthur: had made a ; The annual Hat's Off Luncheon 4 ea
..... coffee, to the 21 members
Dance at West Georgia College in Carrollton. The selection number of interesting and attrac- given each year by the Hospital -

was based, on,a rote of the student, body! Wayne tive miniature arrangements, using present. Auxiliary, will be held on
: : Tom Davis 's the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Libby of this_ city. a- wide variety of containers Thursday March 21, at the Recreation
rJ which she used to illustrate her Edna Ward Class Center from 12 noon until -

talk on,. miniature arrangements.As 2pm.Mrs. .
Rose Garden Club To Sponsor. Lecture By '$he discussed them, Mrs. Mc- Plans March Party B. F. Dickens Is general

-a 1 Photographer PROFESSIONAL FLORIDA' Gardening Authorities''' Here February 28 Arthur ,placed each miniature in For Carol ChoirThe chairman, Mrs. E. C. Burgess,
PHOTOGRAPHERS the appropriate size niche so model'chairman, Mrs. Ann Pow-
Edna S. Ward Bible Classof
PHONE 261-5486 The general public is invited to :I Mrs. White will present the that proportion and line could be, Memorial Methodist Church ers, tickets, Mrs. R, B. Lock-
i join with garden club members,in program for the morning session, appreciated. wood, chairman of menu, Mrs.
met at the home of Mrs. M. R.
Studio attending a lecture and demon- lecturing on landscaping, begin- ; Horticulture was the subject of Ben Clarke and Mrs. Vizcarrondo -
Pikula with Kathleen Davis
Located At 402 S. 17 Street stration to be held in two sessions ning at 10':15 a.m. A covered dish I Mrs. Oliver's talk and she chose serving as cohostess.Mrs. door prizes, and Mrs. Tress
Thursday, February 28, at luncheon will be served at 12 no nand the planting and cultivation of Carson and Mrs. Winnie Smith,
Fernandina Beach, Florida the Woman's Club. at 1:15 Mrs. Cmaba ;will roses for particular erapJLasis in J. R. Hut hins, president, table favors.

The program is being sponsor. give flower arrangement demonstratfon. -, her field. Club members were opened the meeting and welcomedthe The hats will be shown throughthe
ed by the Rose Garden Club, who i given many helpful suggestions nineteen members present. courtesy of Roux Hat Shop.
will have as guest speakers, Mrs. A silver donation will be taken based on our own local needs. I Devotional was given by Mrs. Tickets are $1.25 and may be
George D. White and Mrs. Hubert and the public is cordially invitedto Mrs. Oliver also asked for a discussion L. K. Nolan entitled, "Going to purchased from any auxiliary

; Han TheatrePhone Carcaba, each a well known I attend these informative and on camellias in relation Church: and How to Go to I member or from Lynn's Dress -

authority in garden circles. interesting sessions. ,.', to' cold weather and observationswere Church/' followed by prayer. Shop, Sonny's Beauty Nook, Roux .-...

made concerning their pro- 'It was voted that the class Hat Shop; or from Mrs Winnie

261.4819 D. W. Roberts, Mgr. Methodist Circle Founder's Club tection. would give the' Carol Choir a Junck, publicity chairman. --
Delicious refreshments were in March with the date
Saturday & Sunday Matinee At 2:30 One Show Meets At Home of Offers Memorial To party ,
served by Mrs. Jones and her co- and other plans to be announced. Meeting Tonight

Mrs. W. L. BeugnetThe Mrs. Caroline LongThe hostesses, Mrs.. J. H. laChanceand Following the business meet Of Little WomenThe
Mrs. C. P. Rutishauser. LEVIIDOUBIEKNEE
Friday SaturdayWALT ing, a social hour was enjoyedand
Myyrtice Burgess Circle of Founder's Garden Circle it was announced that the regular meeting of Little
DISNEY'S"PINOCCHIO" Memorial Methodist Church met met Friday, Feb. 15, at the homeof Methodist Circle March meeting, will be held at the Women will be tonight (Thurs t I

Thursday, February 14, at the Mrs. B. J. Sloan with 16 mem- home of Mrs. G. T. Butler, with day) at 7:30: p.m. at the Woman's
,. home of Mrs. W. L. BeugneJ*, with bers and two guests, Mrs. Evert Meets At Home of ?\In.U. R. Hutchins serving as Club Building.

IN COLOR Mrs. T. L. Davis serving as co- Elvin and Mrs. Lorne Goulving, Mrs. R. W. Galphin I co-hostess. This will not be a covered dish I f mm KMTOUGHER
hostess. Delicious refreshments present Co-hostesses were Mrs.
( -Also- Delicious refreshments were supper as originally planned. i i
I were served as the members as- Ira Hardee Sr. and Mrs. John Mrs. R. W., Galphin entertained
served by the hostesses, using a i
Damn The Defiant11 sembled. Hardee. members of the Ella Hardee Circle
The chairman, Mrs. R, E, Phin- The meeting was called to order of Memorial Methodist Church George Washington motif. I Harper Daniel 87% THAN

WITH .ALEC GUINNESS *..' ney, opened witty prayer and 'welcomed by the president, Mrs. Phil- Tuesday, February 12th. Engagement Told f :
IN COL.ORSunday .' the ten members present. lip Jackson, who led the membersin I The chairman, Mrs. Gordon Legion Auxiliary : ORDINARY JEANS J
The Spiritual Life was circle and The engagement of Miss Mattie -
-1)i -- prayer. Butler, opened the 'meeting To Meet TuesdayThe
i i Monday given by Mrs D. G. Bowers, us- A ,memorial for Mrs. Caroline Mrs. H. R, Penton presented the Delores Harper to James Dennis -
i ing as her subject, "Bible Teach- Long, who passed away January Spiritual Life program. She also Theodore H. HernandezPost I Daniel, son of Mr. and Mrs '

_i "300 SPARTANS"Shows ings On Love," 28, 1963, was read by Mrs. D. A. lead a discussion on, "The Beau 54, American Legion Aux-, James Daniel of this city, is announced BAILEY'SATLANTIC
The secretary's report was Kelly, as follows: ty We don't See or Hear." iliary, will hold its regular monthly by her father, NJ.. I

The Battle of Thermopylae One of The 12 given and approved. Mrs. Beug. On January 28th, 1963, one of For the Missionary Education, meeting 'at S p.m. Tuesday, Harper.A AT SEVENTH.
net gave the treasurer's report February 23, at the American March wedding is planned, I
Most Important In World's History. our dearest members, Mrs. Caro- Mrs. W. T. Mierzejewski read i '
. and pledges were ,cbllected. Mrs. I Legion Home. details to be announced later .
STARRING RICHARD EGAN line Long, was called to her Heav- several letters from missionariesin ,
Sherman Matthews was in chargeof r ----- -- -
IN COLORIn enly Home. It is with-sincere regret India and Africa.
the Upper Rooms. ,
that we accept the loss of Circle members made arrange- -
CoopeniUon With Schools A Special Matinee Mrs; Phinney thanked all who such a loyal and faithful member. ments for serving MYF suppers
Monday At 3:30, helped with the Rayonier dinner Her pleasing personality and and the making
gra- during February
and the M. Y. F. An. Dacron'and Cotton
SUNDAY & MONDAY MATWES ALL SEATS 23c nouncements were made of the revival ciQuS manner will always be a lof a dozen hospital gowns for i' Lovely
ADULTS INCLUDED cherished By her pleas- It also .
memory. Brewster hospital. was '
to be held in March, and it
i was decided that the circle would ant smile and amiable disposition,I voted to purchase yardage and '
attend the Thursday morning she endeared herself -to all who make seven tablecloths for the LINGERIE'
knew her. '
church. ,
service as a group, with a, brief I
business meeting to be held following Our deepest sympathy is extended Mrs. Butler announced the next
the service. to her family. WSCS meeting will be February I Slips$2.98. Petiter5lips$2.98

-.. 4f -.ti The Missionary Education, en- The Founder's Garden Club. 25th at 3:30 in the church par 't Size 32 44 Size 5 7 -9
...: lors and Friday, March 1st, baa I .- .,
titled "Our Churches Mission", The roll call was answered ,by ,
i ; was' given by the, chairman, Mrs. naming some favorite annual. been designated as World Day I Half Slips $1.98 "

.. i. T. W, Oliver{ ,. who .'also read; a' The minutes were read and approved of Prayer. Doll Waltz -
; .Baby Length
poem, entitled, 'Qod Who Dressed and the .treasurer's s. ::tepsrt, The meeting adjourned with y

the Earth in Beauty." was givenl .: .-. .' : ,f the circle benediction. ,' )a Pajamas ,' GpMS; '.
Spring The meeting was closed with A short business' meeting was 'S. / 4 3.98 : \$28'
'wardrobes the benediction. held. Mrs. Jackson reported that Five Points WMS :
the circle was invited to attend a Matching Sleep Coats
start with Mrs. Justice HostessTo workshop sponsored\ by the Rose Meets At ChurchThe :

Circle, to be held February 28 at Woman'i Missionary So. 3.98 T f r- T
i Circle .
ilia t Cinderella the Woman's Club. Points Baptist :
ciety of Five
The Nita }McCollough Circle of Mrs. H. S. Luke, program Church met at the church Wed. : 'c"f(. 1;(
esses First Baptist Church met for its chairman, introduced Mrs., E. J. nesday, February 13, .with 18 ., -'.
February session ,at the home of Elvin who gave a very informa- members presentMrs.

Mrs. Faye Justice. There were tive talk on Mental Health, stres- Joyce Johns opened with THE MANY LOOKS .' M |I.X AND MAJCH .
nine members presentMrs. sing the need for a better under. the devotional taken from James ,

Justice gave the introduc- standing of conditions and help- 1:5-17, followed with prayer by OF ,
tion to the program, "Christian ful interest in the Nassau County Mrs. Mary Ann Keen. Mrs. Flora .

Witnessing". Those taking part Mental Health Association.The Barber, vice president, presidedat

_ were Mrs. Ernestine Greeson, next meeting will be March the business meeting.The '
Mrs. Sonny Durham Mrs. Dena 15th at the home of Mrs Adam minutes were read and the / &aduI

Arnold, Mrs. Sybil Haddock and Millsop. A demonstration of Flower treasurer's report were given by oeFULLY

Mrs. Pearl Johnson. The pro- Arrangement will be, given by Mrs. Pat Lyons. All memberswere

gram was closed with prayer by MrS. J. IJ. Higginson of Ponte urged to attend' the boo .
Mrs. Durham. Vedra Beach at this time. Study, "The Chains Ate_Strong", LINED

.Mrs. Haddock, chairman, presided to be held February zb. airs. COTTON KNITS j' f' ,
of Prayer .s
and goals for the Annie Stitch-A-Bit Club Johns reminded everyone (
Armstrong offering and the Mis- for Home Missions to be held i
Shorts . . $4.98 .
2 4 sion Study book during Home Announces Officers. March 4 through 8 at the church.

Mission Week, were discussed. All For Year The Annie Armstrong offering
Coming Slacks . $6.98 .
members were urged }o participate goal wat set at $75.00. ., .
in Community Missions pro The Stitch-A-Bit Club met The meeting was adjournedwith '
jed, "Christian, Witnessing." Monday night at the home of sentence prayers. Skirts .-. .. . $6.98 T
Following the meeting, delicious Mrs. John\ F. Knight on light Pushes :

'.'fc. ; refreshments were servedby house Circle. Mrs. Orin Stites Pedal. $5.98.
Mrs. Justice, New officers for the coming

I year are; Chairman Myrtle Teacher For Book Shells . '. $2.98

All the very prettiest I '\. >, Shrove Tuesday Crews; Co-Chairman, Betty Study February 26 .
dresses you'll see anywherethis Jones; Treasurer Leota Swear Over Blouses $3.98 I
spring.All with bouffant Pancake SupperAt ingen; and Secretary ;..- Virginia The Women's Missionary Un. :. GREEN -, BLUE> .= BLACK
skirts and delightful fashion., Whitney HallThe KnightIt ion of First Baptist Church will Jackets ,. .... $6.98' Size 5 15
details.All in marvelous was voted to meet every first have a mission study Tuesday, .
easy-care fabrics. Women of St Peter's Episcopal and third Monday night at 7:50 February 26, at 7:00 p.m. at the ',. .
Church will serve the an- p.m. at the home of Mrs. Knight church "
r dr f nual Shrove Tuesday Pancake the other members to furnish the The book, "The Chains Are

Supper, February 26 at Whitney refreshments, rotating alphabeti- Strong", will be taught by MOrin I I'
Hall Serving will begin at 5:30. cally. Stites, wife of the Associational -

Co- hairman are Mrs. Ben S.r- After the business meeting tie Field Secretary of Jack (nall/dnd S .. HIGH FASHION NOT
; ensen and Mr*. E. V. Garcia. Mrs. members had an enjoyable time sonville.ThJ .
rt S. A/fan's Ralph Wood is chairman in stuffing dolls for future use by book study is ,in prepare ". HIGH PRICED"

charge of tickets. the club. tion for the annual Week of Pray., ... \;.
Supper will be served at ,75e Refreshments of cookies and er for ,Home Missions, March 4

Atlantic Avenue for adults and .40c for..children coffee were served to the seven through 8.- 310 ATLANTIC AVENUE_ *. y' _tJ : ., ___

,"under" ,12...-....... 1f<<_' '<_,..... members.. "'. ... and....one...'#,visitor.. ..present..... Everyone. ,.-is.'-invited' to.- attend._.... .'" -lIfc J S, _."- .I.-i;:;', .-..:" ,: '. -.

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I I' \ ,_ _h etrs.Leader" Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, February 21, 1963 -.Ja je.ive:

Seniors To Sponsor % I the need and desirability of plant-I j

Fish 'Supper For PERSONAL' ings practiced in the past. Young I II

j{I home owners who feel that the 4v
Y uee Homecoming .
service of a professional Jand.t

I Mrs. S. L Hadden of Live Oak j Glenn Beugnet, Gil Hadden, '''scape t architect, is .more than they
ti ash Hush Baked
puppies spent last week here with her! Joe Tringali and Harry Lannon 'tan I swing should be particularly
beans Cole slaw Coffee or sgns Gil and Roger Hadden and spent last weekend in the Bahamas interested in attending next !
tea Dessert! This is the
for the Yulee Homecoming menu Supper their families. making the trip by plane. !Thursday's program. b ki

'which traditionally is sponsored Friends of Mrs. Nellie Costa Pvt. Sammy Alvarez has re. ; I The Rose Garden Club has
by the Senior Class to be and Theron chosen the Woman's .Club build- A+gY
son, Buchanan will turned to Fort Bragg N. C. after j
given 23 in hear of the her ling for this program in order
Saturday February regret to death of spending the weekend with his
the' school cafeteria. sister-in-law and family, Mrs. parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert k I that there will be ample room for ,
Preceding two ball games serv Celia Todd Taylor her daughter" Alvarez. t' aU who wish to attend feeling'I.that
ing lasts from 5.7 p.m. Yulee Mrs. Mary Ellen Holebrook, and ; |. this opportunity should be
plays Lee Junior Varsity of Jacksonville son, William. They passed away I Mrs. Sadie Sheffield left Sun- ;j !fhyrwide and not limited to gar- .
day for extended visit in Jack- den club members. They ate even !
in the second game of Monday and another daughter, an :1 \
the night. Marleen Taylor expired yesterday sonville with Mrs. Walter 1Vea- I I providing some fun In the form ;, r 1S4 'ta'
; ver, St.Mrs. ; 1 of a covered dish lunch and after
Tickets for the from
supper are on injuries received in an yeti
sale If want to eat accident. A lunch there is to be a flower ar- : r
QOW. you help auto daughter Bar- Ruby E. Rice visited this jl !
the delicious there before ranging program by Flower Show
fish be bara, a granddaughter, Terry I 4M
week with her son-in-law and j!
Mrs. Hubert Carc&banho
'time. Members of the Sen- and Judge
e\me a son-in-law Tommy Holmes
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Tommy :
ion" Class ar selling tickets. Your are in St. Mary's Georgia Hospital. t I is accompanying Mrs. White from j I
$1.09 cannot buy better food else. Hall. : St. Augustine. It is a nice outing I

where.! For children under 12 the Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shipes and for a group of neighbors or

price Is $.75.. The class will de Tommy Brazell, son of Mr. and children, Terry and Shiela, of- 1 I friends and the cost a covered
liver orders. Mrs. J. A. Brazell left Wednes- Jacksonville visited last weekend 'I dish and a silver donation of
day for Ft. Jackson S. C. 'where I one's choice. .
Funds from this will with Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Shef
supper : "
help the seniors go to Washing. he will undergo recruit training field. With the struggle gardeners 300 SPARTANS", playing Sunday and .Monday at the

ton on their class trip.Don't with the U. S, Army have had to keep supposedly Ilan Theatre, shows the Battle of Thermopylae, one of
Danny Griffin visited during I :i the 12 largest in the Vt'orld's history. There will he a
cook Mothers. Bring I _
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Durshimerand in the
the family to Yulee. Let the Sen- the weekend with his parents Mr. hardy plants growing I special matinee Monday afternoon for school children!,
Mrs. Louise Stuart spent last and Mrs. Dan Griffin. Danny is wretched weather of this winter, Special prices will be offered at both the and
ior Class feed you!!! 1 I it, is hard ,to realize: that the !fle I II ) Sunday
weekend in Richmond Virginia a student at the University of I to plan for hot weather .flowers Monday matinee. The spectacle is in color and. stars-

Mental 'Health Assn.Tuesday where they visited Mrs. Durshimer's Florida. I of salvia Richard Egan. .
I i is here. We art thinking i
and Mrs. Stuart's -- ,-'----. -'---
sister and .
Pvt Tim Swanson, ''I'I
presently I I marigolds celosia (cockscomb -
To MeetY At family Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Bel: I stationed at Ft. Benning with the ), coleus, etc. We will not I You. may be losing benefits! .l Ii r cal! Metrky bertefitft. ;; Write to I

Yulee High SchoolThe cher. Mrs. Stuart also visited her U. S. Army spent the weekend 1'- I want to put plants of these in you are over Co, still working I your social security offtc"e Way I

son and daughter-in-law Mr. and with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. the open until after March 15th., and haven't applied for your, ,1 0- for...leaflet 28c, aid see. .,
Mental Mrs. Wayne Stuart. REV..RAN HUMPHREYS of the -"---- -
Nassau County Carl Swanson. pastor 14th St. but if we want to raise our own ... .. .
Health Association will meet Baptist Church, is bringing the evangelistic !
,messages in flats in a window
Mr. and Mrs. Robert .
Tuesday, February try< at 8 p.m. Green Misses Kay Cover, Sharon Gor- each evening during a revival i '., '
students at the University of I now underway at the or protected cold frame, the .
in the Home Economics room of Florida, visited last weekend with don, and Pam Gibson visited with church, continuing until February 27 There; is special last of February is the time to

the Yulee High School to make the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. friends in Tallahassee at Florida State last weekend.University music and a special interest for the youth at each service. I plant. None of these plants are Appliance Sales & Service"Your ;

re-organizational plans.- W. H. Edenfield. Rev, Humphreys extends nn imitation to all to attend difficult to raise from seed and
The program will be presentedby Friends of Mrs.% Melba Thorton the services nightly at 7:30 p.m. they will be mighty useful to .
Miss Janina Pikula who will Roy N. Ward is spending the will regret to hear of the death have as the cool ,weather plants GE Dealer" "

present the results of an interview week in Washington D. C., wherehe of her brother Winston Daniel ;. .. collapse with the heat. Coleus are '
with Mrs Helen McKay, is visiting points of interest. Black who passed away last Friday easy to raise from seed and somebody .
nursing consultant of the Florida lIe is expected home this week.I in Jacksonville. Funeral was must raise the plants in or New Phone No. 261-5301
State Board of Health, Bureau of
end. held Monday. TheGarden der for others to have cuttings.The .
ksonvtlle. ,
Mental Health in last of March will be time

All interested persona are cordially enough to plant zinnia seed; then .
News From 'i
invited to attend. \ them outside where .
Basket plant SALES AND SERVICE ,
are to bloom. The ground'must be .
W* warm for them or they sulk and ALL "
refuse to grow off well. ,, T.--

SANDY DeSANDROAY The Rose Garden Club is bringing Earl Roberts' of Atlantic Beach; Over 65? Still working?
to Fernandina Beach a program Mrs. Jack Dunlap. and Mrs. Gordon Haven't applied for social secur- MOW IN I OUR .NEW J ;

WANTCASH TIIU ( FEBRUARY 21: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23: which the interested public Sandridge,. both ot' Orange ity benefits? Write to your so- .
both men and women should Park; and Mrs. George D. Whiteof cial security office today for leaflet t :
St. Michael's Guild Workshopin Teen Club in the Game Roomat take advantage of. We refer- to'- a St. Augustine our speaker for 23c and find out if you are LOCATION I- !
the Conference Room at 9:00: 7:30 talk beheld
p.m. on landscape design to(
next week.
? eligible for some benefits. .. ...
a.m.Playschool Men and Boys' Health Club in at 10:15: A.M., Thursday There is no doubt bat what all -\ '
...... in the Game Room the Boys' Locker Room day and February 28th. at the Woman's ''of at times in "The 113 ATLANTIC AVE.
taxes today
us are a quandaryas way are you
....... at 9:30: a.m., Joan Bean Instr. evening. Club; The speaker Mrs. George'D, "
to what to do about well for love.
landscap might. as marry -
S .: Adult Ceramics Class in the White, heads the landscaping I I
Ii7Ii ing. The architecture of our I Fred W. Grown, Edgewater (N.
-.... Ceramics Room at 9:30 am., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25: CiChildren's of the St. Augustine l
houses has changed and with t' J.) Bergen County Citizen.
Martha Jean Puletti Instr. Chamber .of Commerce and i is ... .. ..
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Art Class in the Art ---- - --- '---" .. .
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You'll like Ballet Class ((3 and 4)) in the vice-president of the St. Johns I 17
Auditorium at 10:00: a.m. Julanne Room at 3:30 p.m., Faith Britton, and St. ,
nstr. County Augustine Landscaping .
Owens, Instr.. Association. She is one : .. .
MS1M-the way Ballet Class ((6 yrs.) in the Atlantic Avenue Playground of forty-five garden club mem- .. .
:mow Auditorium at 2:30 p.m., Julan supervised play 3:30: 5:30: p.m., bers in Florida who hold land- .
ne Owens Instr Hugh Sides Supv. .
: handle Ballet Class and in the Ballet Class in the scape Design Appraisers Certificates
-we ((5 6)) Teen-age
from the National Counql i

Jiah1 a' Foantransaction r 'If" Owens Auditorium Instr.at 3:30 p.m., Julanne. I! Owens Auditorium) Instr.at' 3:30. ,p.m., Julanne. qualified of _Garden to Clubs serve, on thereby park boards being :! ATYOURFORDDEALER'SFRIDAY! ;:,1'i: : 1

Ballet Class ((7-9)) in the Auditorium Pre-teen Ballet Class in the highway commissions, zoning ,

at 4:30: p.m., Julanne Auditorium at 4:30 p.m., Julanne boards, roadside development A The Liveliest of the Lively Ones _:

Owens, Instr. Owens, Instr. committees school ground committees : ; i
Atlantic Avenue Playground, .
Adult Ballet Exercise Class ,in and civic state
r on any V t
supervised play 3:30: 5:30 ,
p.m.i .>, '
Hugh Sides, Supv. the Auditorium at 8:00: p.m., Jul committee concerned with land a Meet Ford's all-new Command Performance cars fresh from their world premiere in 1 ; .
t, 1 Owens, Instr. These of j 'f:
anne scaping. appraisers,
::And last too Senior Citizens Club in the Jaycees in the Conference Roomat course, judge gardens in flower Monaco! At center is the hot new Falcon Sprint V-8 that won first in its class at the famed : ; '1i :.
Conference Room at 7:00
,., Mother's Auxiliary : of p.m.Troop 8:00: p.mAdults shows and home tours. Monte Carlo Rallye. Bucket seats, sports-type steering wheel, 16+}'lp V-8 and ,tachometer, _.

191 in the Art Room at 7:15: p.m and' Teens Ceramics In the past ten years 'gardenI I, are standard. More news! V-8 engines now available with any Falcon!* Top:the newjairlane .. : ,i.
i Class in the Ceramics Room at
,lOANS UP TO $600 Lion's Club Minstrel Practicein 7:30: p.m., Martha 'Jean Puletti I clubs have more and more realized 4hiv 500 Sports Coupe that took AJpine! grades like a native. There'sa

'1' 1-G.iA-! ( the Auditorium at 8:00: p.m. Instr. .the need for better landscaping a choice of two V-8's and a vinyl covering in black or white for America Ih/ofiest'
Men and Boys' Health Club in Historical Society in the Game and the lack of knowledge in ; : !:r: most care frcp cars!
the Boys' Locker, Room day and Room at 8:00 p.m. regard to it. Acting on this need .n+: its Thunderbird roof. foreground: new Super Torque Ford

: FINANCE evening. Men and Boys' Health Club in the National Council of Garden i".,.t.: .. Sports Hardtop with V-8 zoom up to 425 hp and sleek.new roof- FORD '

:. CORPORATION FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22: the Boys' Locker Room day and Clubs paved the way for the set- r line. This beautiful new hardtop looks like a convertible! fAlCOI"f *rwo.IMUKOM: ,
evening. ting up of landscape schools in \"I t.:. Eicept Falcon Station Bus and Club Wagons
308 Atlantic Avenue Sub-Teen Club in the Game a series of four spaced at (feast >

Fernindinj Beach, Florida Room at 7:15 pm. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26: four months apart, to provide i in- :'
TilifliH 281-3611 Men and Boys Health Club in struction for the general public I
:! AUI flit emeu IN JACKSONVILLE Playschool in the Game Roomat
the' Boys' Locker Room; day and I and; at the same time train garden
9:30 a.m., Joan Bean, Instr.
evening. club members to become land r)
,------ -- ----- --- Brownie Troop 355 in the Game hading .
cape: pprs1s! ew* loom at 3:04 p'm.; g '.to.:. .passtV: xa' ttWffl&> VKiKl: 's '" \1 7r

Tap Dance Class in the Audi complete specified; p Ping rptead.' \ .,- '. tr"1, 1
torium at 3:30: p.m., Julanne before obtaining certificates. ; = 1 .

NOTICETO Owens, Instr. The Florida Federation is now i ...-0....". \I I

Ballet Class ((9.11)) in the Auditorium sponsoring its second series of WILD PlEIIIUE MONACO I IfOI j r -
: at 4:30: p.m., Julanne schools, the first school having fOlD'S IIEI COMMAND ,.% ''' ,
Owens, Instr; been held at Jacksonville University .p
HOMESTEADERS Atlantic Avenue Playground in the fall of 1959. IM

supervised play 3:30 5:30: p.m., Northeast Florida has four of

Hugh Sides Supv. these garden club members! who
Ceramics Class. ((10 and 11)) i in ) _j A( -
It is State Law that each Homesteader are certified appraisers: Mrs. _
the Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m..
Martha Jean Puletti Instr. .. 111 I
sigrf Renewal Application for in the Conference -
\ a Barbershop Quartet Martha Jean Puletti, Instr. .: ,' ..
ip Room at 8.00: pjn.
Adult .Ceramics Class in' the
the, Homestead. Exemption each and Lions Club ,Minstrel Practicin Ceramics Room at 7:30 p.m., Mart i- .
m the Auditorium at 8:00 p.nu tha Jean Puletti, Instr. "

every year. The Application Forms.were' Men and Boys' Health Club i in Square Dance, Refresher Course>

the Boys' Locker Room day and I. t(4. weeks) in the Game Room ai t ..
mailed the first of January to every per- evening. 800, p.m. ':'\

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 27: Men and Boys' Health Chib in v
son who claimed Homestead Exemption the Boys' Locker Room day and '1.J'Jftf.
Girl Scout Troop 108 in the evening. J

last, year. These forms must be signed Game Room at 3:00 pjn. Y r
Atlantic Avenue Playground,, ,
qnd returned on or before April ,1st. supervised play, 3:30 5:30 p.m., Playschool in the Came Room

Hugh Sides Sup; at 9:30 a.m., Joan Bean Instr. ;f
Ceramics Class ((12 and 13)) i in I Adult Ceramics Class fa the

"'e urge you to cooperate with us on this, as the Ceramics Room'at 3:30 p.ni.,, Ceramics Room at 9:30 aja., Martha .

we have been given notice by the State Auditing : Jean Puletti, Instr. 1 5' '

Department in Tallahassee that the applications Ballet Class ((3 and 4)) in the l., "If'

must be signed therefore we have no alternativeif Auditorium, at 10.00 a.m, Julanne :.,tI.I .. .
we do not have the application in the office by Owens Instr. : ;
April 1st, but to strike those from the Homesteadroll. HOTPOINT Ballet Class ((6 yrs.) in the .

This i Ia your benefit. It will not cost you Auditorium at 2:30 p.nu, Julanhe. f'l' .,

anything to sign this application but it will cost Owens Instr. :' .-
1963 Ballet Class ((5 and 6)) In the .
.r _
you in taxes i if you do not. We appreciate your s
-- Auditorium at 3:30 pja, Juknne ,.,r KaHnnlsnasrnsstoraruwa1
cooperation. "
Owens' :. '!
RefrigeratorsIN Ballet Class (7-9)( ) in the Auditorium -

\ There are many who have not signed, if you at ..::to'p.m.., Julann- aICIMEAN ,.
Owens Instr. -4
are one of These again we urge you to help us STOCK Cub Scout Pact 171 in the Atid

and yourself by taking care of this now. itorium at 5:30* pjn. .> Motor

Atlantic Avenue PUygrooiui Company

supervised play; 3:30.5:30 p.m., ,
E. N. McKENDREETax Hugh Sides, Supr. -- ..

HARDEE BROS. Senior Citizens Club in the Con- South Eighth Street YOUR FORD DEALER Phone.2G1-3S19_
ference Room *t 7:00 p.m. M .
Assessor, Nassau County ATLANTIC AVENUE Men and Boys' Health Club' in SEE THE 63'A' FALCONS. '63'/2' FAIRLANES. '63'/2",FORDS '

''' ; -1" ; ..... -:; ....... ..I evening.the: Boys'.. Locker Room.,. d.*y\a'>:.id f.r ; A r: YOUR FORD DEALERS!l ....- *,.1F.L :< : .t
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:, Page She News-Leader.' Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, February 21, 1963 1. .; I ,; __y.- --..,.

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:Committee.. Urges Operation Alphabet' \ CALENDAR' OF LOCAL EVENTS Too Late Cub S'c ut Pack 191 1

;League Equipment ; COUNTY COMMISSION .10 a.m. 2nd Wednesday after 1st Monday To ClassifyFrom Charter

:Returned For Repairs TV Series To Get Commission Chambers) the day he became identified Receives

I : CITY COMMISSION 2nd and 4th Wednesdays 7:30 p.m. City i with the Florida State
Fernandina Beach Base. : 'At Awards Night
bait League Equipment Commit. Underway Monday Commission Chambers Fair the great heart of J. .c.

tee, requests that all penons who ;';. ,. HOSPITAL TRUSTEES 3rd Thursday 10 a.m. Hospital Din Huskisson throbbed with a dual...1 Cub Scout Pack 191 met +ti

'have in their possession any A completely new avenue to ing Room purpose, first in the performanceof Friday evening at 7:30 p.: a
.tflu.i znent which belongs to either learning Monday for its normal task and as an instrument the KAC building at Tenac",:3.
opens up SCHOOL BOARD Wednesday after 2nd Monday -, 9:30 ajn.Superintendent's dedicated by the mind ,
.the Little League or the past Nassau County's 1,342 undereducated Highlight of the evening wa. .:
Babe Ruth League, to turn thisn adults men and women Office that controlled it, to the promotion presentation of the Pack Chana:

? to their respective managersor who cannot read or write on the P-TA EXECUTIVE BOARD last Thursday 3:30'p.m.- Jr and development of a great by Fred Townsend on behalf cf
- directly to the Equipment Com sixth-grade level It is the 20- High CafetoriumPTA exposition, the Florida State the Boy Scouts of America, u

jaJUf. c.listed below week television series, "Opera- .' Fair. Jasper Murray. of; Kraft Ath: ..;
)Equipment consists of all uni- tion Alphabet developed e)pec-j MEETING 1st Th.\lcsday'-: p.m. Jr. High Cafetoriura The duties and responsibilitiesthat Club. '

lorciv.' including shirts, pants, ially for the adult who lacks ) KIWANIS; CLUB -:Each Monday 6:45': pjn. Seaside Inn attend the management of I Following the presentation
socks; catchers equipment, suchas these basic skills. The first half- hI such an organization are difficultand Cubs made an excellent rating t 'r

* ...mitts, catcher's masks, chest hour program goes on the air j I I I sp. HOSPITAL AUXILIARY... 2nd Tuesday 3:30 p.m. Hospital trying but they are alsc I uniform inspection. An imtiatoa:;

.protectors, and shin guards; also, February 25 at 6:00: A.M. on H__: I Dining Room, stimulating and challenging. and advancement ceremony fol

1st base gloves, balls, and bats. Station WFGA, Channel 12, and 'AYCEES Each Monday 8 p.m. Recreation Center Lounge "Husky", as he was affectionately lowed.

? Your Equipment Committee has will be broadcast every, weekdayat known by all who knew Receiving year pins and advancement
been assigned the duty to completely the same time, enabling these I* LIONS CLUB = Each Tuesday 7 pan Seaside Inn him, eagerly accepted both responsibilities awards were: William

inventory, repair and clean men and women to learn in their ROTARY CLUB Each .Wednesday Noon Luncheon Seaside and challenge. Giving W. Broadwater, Bobcat and \\tJ
all equipment and uniforms, be. own homes before they leave for I INN I' everything he had to the award; Michael Waybright, Bobcat .

lore starting the new season onor work. The same program will be I task, he became the symbol; of ; Robert Duff Cover, Bobcat,
about May 15th. repeated in the evening over CITY PLANNING BOARD -L 3rd Thursday City Commission! I the organization and the dynamothat Mike Malone, Wolf; and Melvin

The usual full cooperation is Station WJCT, Channel 7, from Chambers kept it moving ever forward. It Broadwater, Wolf; all of Den 2.

urgently solieted in this matter.M. 7:30: to 8:00: on Mondays, Wed- WOMAN'S CLUB 1st Wednesday Woman's' Club BIdg. Picking up the torch when his Wayne DuBois, Golden Arrow
R. Pikula, Chairman, H. D. nesdays and Fridays. predecessor relinquished it, Hus1- and 2 Silver Arrows; Steve En
:Johnson, J. P. Ewing, and D. G. 'Operation Alphabet' is a new e N BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, Nassau District 6 p.m. 2nd Friday kisson with courage, energy and I sley, Lion award; Terry Davis,

Dowers. ,_Equipment Committee. approach to helping adults learnto Seaside Inn i'MERCHANT'S I vision achieved marked successin i Gold Arrow; Mark Davis, God

. read and write," saysIr.. 1g. ASSN. .... each, 3rd Thursday No n Luncheon enlarging, expanding and ad- Arrow; Johnny Stouffer Wolf}
Deathless Prose Weisher, County School Superintendent Seaside Inn vancing the fair. and Mark Joyce, Bobcat; all of
If want to write something world the He instituted improvements .
I you "In today's changes and Den 1.Danny. .
. that has a chance of living man or woman who cannot reador CHAMBER OF COMMERCE : 2nd Tuesday Luncheon 12:15: that were noteworthyand Tullwood and Steve

tra forever, sign a mortgage. write with ease is at a tremendous -. Seaside Inn '. in the face of many ,adverse Adams are Den Chiefs..
I:- Franklin (La.) Banner-Tribune disadvantage. Fewer and I situations saw the fair he loved of thanks was extendedto
,COIN CLUB 8 p.m. :2nd= Monday each month
, fewer jobs are available to him grow and prosper under his: direc Cubs and parents for their interest -
and his plight will become more, DAVID FERNANDEZ, 19-year-oId Evangelist from Key GEN. DUNCAN L. CLINCH: HISTORICAL SOCIETY '- 2nd Mon., tion.Even and efforts. "

rather 'than less, difficult here West and talented musician and singer, is conducting a day each month 8 p.m.. -: TV Room_ at Recreation Center. before Huskisson became
IW in Nassau County. manager, the fair had outgrownits dials a short time ago.
revival at the Church of God, 4th and Cedar Streets, NASSAU CIIAPT. NO. 49 -,ROYAL ARCH MASONS 2nd and
"The adult who sticks with bringing messages and music of special interest to the 4th Thursdays ,8. pjn, --. Masonic, Temple cramped, although centrally Not content to await the, development
k located, grounds. In the heart of of this new fair,
this TV series, works at it
new Marvin Johnson
youth of the city. Rev. pastor, extendsa ,
FERNANDINA TEMPLE 7, PYTHIAN SISTERS 2nd and the for vis- the need of something *
seriously, and uses the TV Home- cordial invitation to the public to attend the services 4th city, parking space "Husky" saw. '
Study-Book will be able to understand Mondays of month at,8'.p.ra. Masonic Temple. itors was practically nil, ground new and different for 1903
common signs and directions nightly at 7: jO p.m. The young evangelist will concludethe space did not permit the additionof The improvement took the formof
err revival March 3. CHAPTER 55, ORDER EASTERN .STAR 1st and 3rd Tuesdaysfaso -
that confront us daily. ic TempleSPEBSQSA ,' needed new buildings and a foyer forming a combined J
It.- He will be able to obtain and 1 I H. there were some who said the new entrance' to the cultural

flt. keep a job more easily, or move Conclave of CountyCommissioners lust Ramblin'Continued EACH TUESDAY.-: : PM. -. Recreation Center fair had seen its best days. i building. ,
upward in his present work. Lounge :': .: Not "Husky", he never lost ; With i the opening of the 13

"lie will have a good founda- Set ( from Page One) '' HIBISCUS GARDEN CLUB ,.:- 3rd Monday' of month at.8 p.m. his vision of a greater, bigger, Florida State Fair scheduled for
tion for enrolling in public For February 24.26 scouts, trainers and the like who I finer fair and he passed that vision 10 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 5, Huskis-
school adult classes and continuing have become old friends. Two : MAGNOLIA GARDEN CLUB 3rd Monday' of month'at 8 P.M. on to the officers and direc son had assembled fair officials

'his education. I hope that County Commissioners from all new teams have been added to the ; ROSE CIRCLE r1st Monday _,.,.. ..._ ',_, 8 P.M. tors.Projects and a Shrine delegation headed
"I AIPY".IS HAPPY in this with of Florida will gather at Tampaon Minnesota Twins farm system, and plans were pro- by the Imperial Potentate for the
TO BE'IN1FERNANDINA friend everyone or acquaintance County who can-a February 24-26, for the Annual Fort' Worth-Dallas 1 and Orlando; FOUNDERS.GARD'EN CLUB, -- 4th Friday. _. ..._. ....,. -,l 3'P.M.. posed tot moving the fair to a dedication & the new cultural
BEACH Spring Conference of the and six tems will have spring MAGNOLIA GARDEN CLUB -,4th new location away from the cen- building and official ribbon cut.
not read or write will tell him Tuesday ... .....__ 8 P.M.
and State Association of County Com- workouts here at City Ball Park ter of town, but surveys and ting.

Have" You Met Him? about him'Operation to tune in Alphabet'on the first missioners.The Here's hoping they have sunshine AZALEA GARDEN. CLUB' :! 2nd' Tuesday.. ..... ... .. ._., 8 P.M. careful study by all. concerned Stepping to the microphone hI<

,. lesson urge which begins February 25. Hillaboro Hotel has been like that today for the entire per-" STITCII-A-BIT'CLUB fist- ''tt.and 3rd Monday' :........:..._..... ... 7:30: P.M. determined that the proposedmove called for-dignitaries 'to take ,
.!t designated as headquarters for iod. f 220 Lighthouse Circle was not practical their places. It was an auspicious"
.. Operation Alphabet" was developed the conclave. '* fl- Undismayed "Husky" urged moment and the heart of J. C.
over a period of two Nassau County Commissioner; The late Robert Benchley, who f consideration of expansion in the Huskisson L'eat with pride 'of ac'

I years by the Philadelphia Public W. N. Galphin is a director in ; always said that when he was News From Vehicles DemolishedAs present location and after addi- complishmerit and hope for the

Schools. It has been estimated the state association and is Chair- assailed by notions to exercise he Auto Rams Into tional study and consideration it future. Butt\ was more than the
CLOSQU1R between 50,000 and 75,000 indi- Bryant AcademyBY determined that 'such a plan overburdened heart could stand
man of the County Government managed to repulse them by taking was
viduals in the Philadelphia broadcast Truck On U,5,1 1 I
; Committee.At a good long nap, would probably was feasible the wheels were set and it ceased| beating as M : ... at area have benefited from press time it was not deter- flinch in horror at the cur- ANNETTE, BRIDGES Deputy Sheriff Jim Sawyer was in motion to acquire the necessary slumped to the platform. J. C,

: :todies' Casual the course, which educators say mined how many commissionersfrom rent hiking fad. For'that mattermy On January 31, the 3rd .six Investigating officer at an auto. I additional grounds, while Huskisson i U dead, but the hearts
" '- .' is the best, most up-to-date this 'county would be in at feet ache just a little when I weeks' honor students and' 1st truck crash last Sunday night onU. the designs and plans were prepared that carry on will be implied be.
literacy program now available. tendance at the Tampa meetings. think; of the local youngsters and semester honor students' S. 1 near the Duval County for a new modern fair cause of him and all' Florida
were en-
WEDGESGrace Television stations in approximately line. The accident occurred about I. to fair offi- his loss.
: 100 other cities either are the; jaunt they have slated for tertained by the principal' and 7:20 plant were presented mourns
Saturday with Jacksonville as faculty, with an informal treat in' p.m.Frankie
"'alker'sWere using or"plan to use "Operation.. Guilty VerdictContinued their destination. The boys' hikes room 5. At this time 34 'six weeks Hazel Norris, 25, Jacksonville
Alphabet. was admitted to Jacksonville WE SPECIALIZE IN
certainly in contrast to the familiar students and 13 first a
( From Page One) hospital 'with head and !
Atlantic Ave. with :
scene on .
students were honored. '
$8.95Going the of the state kids'still hitching rides when I chest injuries after his automobile Automatic Transmission _Repdirs
I. In case versus On Sunday, February 17, our
Now Is The Time To block two from 'theach. : crashed into a' stalled truck operated I
r Everett Hill Harp and George D. only a or annual Valentine Tea was held:: in
Remodel or Repair I Hamlet on breaking and entering Good luck, boys, but have the school cafetorium at 4:00 p.m. also of by Jacksonville.Bishop E. Sheely, 46, Broke Rebuilding Wheel Alignment
At a medical clinic in Callahan, the; hot water and liniment handy An outstanding ; I

I Harp's[ case was nolle prossed for just in case. Especially you, rendered and enjoyed program by ail'1.. present ;was )- Sheely received a minor cut on I GENERAL REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES & MODELSOur
the head
and a passenger in the
Frank. '
36 insufficient evidence and Hamletwas I
The, program was as follows:
'. $4 sentenced to 5 years after a .* The Creation by Barbara, Burns, truck was uninjured. Repair Facilities Are The Finest, Best Equippedand

-= rj &: MonthsTo guilty; plea was entered.On Here is a gem of yesteryear, Prayer by Thomas A. Blue,. Welcome '' headed. Deputy north Sawyer and said Sheely was :Most Modern\ In Town
.. Tuesday, Thomas Robinsonwas author unknown, which I think Address by Annette Bridges making a left
Pay declared not guilty by Judge worthy of periodic reprinting: turn on the highway when his
r Song (Audience) "Have
: I truck stalled. Norris who HARRELL'S
Maness on a charge of striking Thine Own Way" by
: Reading,
**. t? Fernandina Lumber Paul Lang with a ,hammer. A bed but not sleep; Audrey Terry, Occasion" by,James alone t of' the at'the truck, and'time,then struck veered the side into STANDARD AUTO SERVICESouth

Atlantic At/Seicnth & Supply Robinson, a colored employeeat Books but not brains; B. Bryant, principal of Bryant drainage Eighth Street '
South 3rd St. Phone 261-3641 Lannon's Truck Stop north of Food but not an appetite Academy, Guest Speaker, Willie! a" ditch.
involved with Finery but not beauty; Both vehicles were total losses, "Your Rambler Dealer"DID
r Yulee, was allegedly -M. Ashley, instructor 'it' :Peck
Lang, night manager at the station A house, but not a home; High School, Selection by 'Bryant t Sawyer: reported.

f. .... in an altercation. Medicine, but not, health;; Academy Trio -. Margaret Pleas-
Judge Maness ruled that there Luxuries, but not culture; ants, Frances Holliday, and Clara
,'\: 'f- to the altercation Amusement, but not happiness;
were no witnesses M. Jenkins, Remarks "by James
and insufficient evidence was A Crucifix, but not a Savior -' .
B. Bryant.
.I A Church, but no Heaven.A .
Now.: / ." ;' presented. I The' speaker's topic for this ,occasion I
Mercury Kavouklis represented !
"It's Time to Take
; ,,1'.' Robinson and Thos. J. Shave, Jr., was YOU KNOW?
f Time for ,Living", a dynamic
: handled the state's case.
: I that were supposedto
Civil cases
come up this week in Circuit The Bryant Academy Trio was
so enjoyable the audience requested -
Court were deferred to a .

: .,w REASONABLE PRICES date.On hand ,Monday morning for ? .i was, "This a second Train"selection. Guest which hose IT IS UNLAWFUL. .e 4' J

4 tesses were: Gladys Henry, Maggie -
possible jury duty were: Burley
Sendee of Your Doctor of Medicine Green, and Marie Favors. .
McCall, David Blacklock, Charles Your Local Medical Society and the .n
forSReattfifuUy Franklin Nolan Florida Medical Association. We would like to take this time
,.'- ...:... j Jones Eugene, Martin Bryan,L Taylor, Elmer DO YOU HAVE A to thank everyone that helped to For Any Person Or Persons To Engage In Business Under A, Fictitious

.,' Norman Knight, Louis Leroy McKee FAMILY DOCTOR? make our Post Valentine Tea a .

.. : Charles Clinton Cady, Elias great success.. Name Unless The Name' Is Registered -
:?i &rrJtaeerlY I Julian McClelland, Simon Carlyle Do you have'a family doctor? On February 18, the Bryant U',40: .
; If have recently moved '
to '
Sweatt, Frank C. Butler, Jr., a new you community, have YOU Academy Dragons and Dragon- ij"'I .
Raymond Clark Brookins, Duncan contacted a doctor? One who ettes met a stubborn Keller High .f
Y tyleddiny tfnvitationb Cummings Brady, Johnnie Felton can become acquainted with School The Dragons lost their Read This Florida Law..h w

Layden, Raiford Wilbert Johnson, you and your family to help 6lh game of the season, 2310. ,
; with all those problems ,
I Bobby John Andrews, Winston you which only the ,ddctor can The boys in blue never got in the -

,H': ana Fred Beugnet, Roy Donald Jack solve? If you establish this relationship game. The Dragonettes won their "It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein to engage In
son, Morris Cullins Crews, PompD. you will have a 5th game of the season at 375.
Joyce. friend who will Jake a sincere Irene Kimble was outstandingon business as herein defined, under /fictitious name as herein defined, without and
interest in and entire
iJZJIOllJICelJleJltJ Stanley Roscoe Bunch, AmosII. family. In you case a specialist your fat offense with 25 points, Jean unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the clerk of t the, circuit court of
: Robert P. Van Alstyne, Thomas outstanding at
Cook, needed he will know which was
the county where the principal place of business is, which registration shall consistof
Robert Gilbert Hadden, Clarence ones are best qualified. guard. The next. outing -will be

All Styles And Types Of Engraving Marion Gordon, James Laurence Too many patients make the?- February 26, at Peck High Gym filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit signed by all interested persons, ,
Alvin Luther Anderson, mistake of not having a family against the Peck Jr. Varsity.Mrs. .
Anderson, doctor of making their own slating under oath the name of all those interested in the business enterprise, the
Clarence Russell Brown, Raleigh( diagnosis and going to the Annette Bridges, Chairman
Arnold Mallard, John Kyle Crisp, specialist they: feel is needed. Public RelationsMr. extent of the interest of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is

WE ALSO HANDLE A FINE LINE OF John Hazel Whittemore, Jr., Cullen Because medicine is so complex : James B. Bryant Principal carried' Said "
on. registration not be made until the or desiringto
Jack Kennedy, Vernon Diel we all know that no one- may person persons
ENGRAVED Smith Harry individual can be an expert in* in business under fictitious shall have advertised his their i intention
Drake, Miles M. all lines. This is why we hut engage a name or -

LETTERHEADS BUSINESS CARDS Ralph Peters, Robert Merril Hul specialists, men trained in speWcific to register said fictitious name at least once a week for' tour ((4)) consecu
Anthony ; fields. The
ing, Lonnie R. Carroll, family phyv cjm4tm.
ENVELOPES SOCIAL STATIONERY Richard Hebron, James Henry sician has a much broader: tine weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county where said registration
outlook and knows his limits;
Fouraker, Preston Lee Pitts. tions. It is his responsibility to*; ONLY { is to be made, and said registration shall not be accepted by the clerk of the
.. Junior Jefferson Hamilton, Robert see that you receive the finest ,
,... Phillip Hursey, Joel Malcolm of medical care. He takes pride' CAM: circuit court except upon receiving proof of such publication."
See Samples At Cason, Grady Ridley, Henry C. in doing this. By constant study YOU
such as attending postgraduate'
Nicks, Walter Kelly Green, Milford }- '
Boyett, Charles Dannoror courses journals and reading be keeps professional uP-. PREVENfPOREST If You Are Engaged In Business Under Any Name Other Than

I New, Oscar Emory Coot, Paul with new advances. .
lcmanmm Elmore Bibb Adran Parnell Davis There is and a great effort deal being of consideration Your Own, And Have Not Had This Name Properly Advertised
undertaken *
Buster Crews, John Guy Barrow
\ at the present time to
4t .". and Virgil Columbus Davis. improve the quality of the family FIRES And Registered, See Your Attorney' For All Necessary Information
.; PHONES 261-3686 261-3687 Of this number those chosen to doctors being graduated .

-J -. serve were Burley McCall, PompD. from our are medical being schools.made aware Educators As To What You Should Do. :

Joyce; Charles Eugene Bryan,' of the need for this type of SMBLtY i
:" Represent One of the Largest and Best Robert P. Van Alstyne, Amos H' physician Residencies are being f /1, ::
Cook and James Henry Fouraker. offered to give him the extra

: :Epgraving Firms In The United States training for the wide needed variety to prepare of his him responsibility. : FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER,

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. ,, & S .etificial. .
'I Baker Wildcats reefs. ..
I !/Offshore Fishing E."thusiasts Meet I White said that the next: meeting -

News _If :the \: t would be held on either March
Sports Slants Defeat Pirates In nor : \ To Discuss Formation of Local ClubA j I 5 or 12 and that notice would t>e

I 1OA'TLU8N | given through the press." ie add-
Conference j ted that if sufficient enthusiasm
BYsJCURT. : CORDON ,J Twrney number of local fishing en,< best spots for fisMng reefs. It '!'is generated the slab will be organized .
I The Baker thusiasts met'Tuesday pight i ii ikwas agreed that two reefs, one
County "Wildcats"of BY aad officers ejected jn
the at the recreatioi I 11 inshore 'and one".offshore, would
game room .
The Fernandina Beach' Pirates for League, High School and American .. Macclenny defeated the Per- ,I' ,i the near future.
center for <
to discuss plans or be desirable so as to please both
nandina Beach Pirates, 50-43 i in CARSON McKENDREE -
will the basket k' .
complete regular Legion to ep'us' busy S
J ganizing'an offshore fishing dut those who prefer the more shel-
ball schedule on Friday night The Little League, under the di, the opening game of 'the Key here. tered,water and those who prefer t .
when the team plays Santa Fe .rection of Pete Schuiling, is always .: stone Basketball Tournament in I' S.. I ,
:The U. SI: Coast Guard Auxiliary to go into the' deeper and rougher
there. On Monday night they for the Live Oak last Thursday night ..1 Meeting Night 22nd E ,
go ready season .to LF;' rrlday ropndings) and we will be ready of Fernandina Beach is areas. nC21)
to Starke to play Palatka in ,an I gin and everything is well organ Macclenny took a 15-10 first 1- 8 P.M. That's tomorrow for pne.at'. 'the largest boating sponsoring I :
: quarter lead as the Pirates scored I the move to organize sueta L- Phillips, who 'is a member of
elimination game to see which jzed. This year in place of the'only: 4 points. Ralph Bennett i night, and we want a big Turn out season Fernandina Beach has club and Commander Her I the Mayport Anglers Club, told I ( ) :
team will enter the Group Tour- Babe Ruth League, a Senior Lea It t
I for this Our commodore ever \ White conducted the meeting. of of his fishing experiences. -
: made a field goal and two free one. some .
nament to begin next Thursday gue has been organized with th, The ,club house will I
night. Lake City and St. Augua- cooperation the Little League! shots in the eight minutes with Kasley Thomas, 'hag 'some' news welcome station for all boaters as a, White ,disclosed that a numberof He cited the effect a local

tine play on the ,same night with officials and a most successful l I :Macclenny scoring only two held be wants to pass on to the members Jarge, and small (as it has in the Georgians Jacksonville resi club could have in attracting out .
the the goals but cashing in on .three free dents .and local fishermen have bf-town fishermen to this area Ii .
winner returning to awaits them
tour fine
season as some and if
past) and with the facilities of-
you can a
yp and suggested that brochures be
shots the
to Jack 7 interest in formationof
nament I haven't heard which have been recruited up points. .
men to head I guest, bring him along. If : fered, without ,a doubt Fernan-
The two teams looked' you such.a dub and .that provided to show ,the best fishing .
better man
team is the favorite but imagine it One first ?
of the '
up. things the have been by the City Marina dina ,Beach will be the rendezvous area.'
U Bishop Kenny, Lake City or Per. new League is ,doing, is calling on during the third stanza as the lately! you can gee that a lot of poTnt fpc many boat clubs over have offered to lend assistance. spots in
ry might be the favorite by Tour. boys to bring in all equipment so Pirates scored 17 points while I progress has been' made in these the weekends. FAMILY CRUISESwill The initial project of the club Phillips said also that otherS .
nament time. be made de Macclenny scored 18. Fernandina will be to,locate suitable spots off- clubs such 'the he eJongs '
an jnventory can to I past two weeks. The bulk-head ,is be ,a big item ,on this year's as one i
% irAs termine the needs for the ensuing came 'back to outscore Baker in:In place now, and it's 'about ready agenda, according to Commodore shore for artificial fishing reefs to, would be glad to assist in organizing .
the final eight'minutes '12-10, but and to secure the -suitable mater- the local club. -HAPPY1 1 IS HAPPY
know it won't be longuntil year. Thomas
you for-capping. and it promises a lot of,
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ial form IN :
story. to the reefs. TO BE :
baseball will take over most -tr tr' nIt The launching ramp will be fun for all the family. It was agreed at the meeting I
of the space on sport pages and was Saturday morning and Ronnie Sapp scored 14 points able to accommodate four boatsat The boat club 4s famojis for. its White said that*a large number that a $5 membership would ; FERNANDINA BEACH :

we will have Little League, SenUKBYOUR ,, while they were. having breakfast, to" lead Fernandina, with Ralph' a ,time 'if necessary, and the covered dish suppers and.a.. big of old car tires can be secur- be assessed ,and that the money j
Met ?:
Have You Him
: Buell Crisp luddenly'told his Bennett scoring 12, Joe Thrift 6, floating docks will be there to tie one is in the making,when we cele- ed in Jacksonville and that J. W. would go to defray the cost of','i .
I wife that he did not have to go Steve Beckett 4, Charles Corbett to after you launch your boat. brate the grand opening of the Hiers Concrete Co. here will ,as- labor involved in creating the ar !
the mill that morning. "Well, 2, and Richard Sapp 2. sist with -- --- -- --------- T -- ',.
to We hope to have the club house club house at ,its new location. concrete to go into the --- -
don't think said his wife "that Larry Combs made 20 points to tires for hold them in
moved within the' next month, You members certainl want to weight to .
you're going to run off to play lead the Wildcats in scoring with and that's ,where we- enter the be in on this one. place as a reef. He said that old
golf today and leave me alone Marcus Rhoden making 14. picture. This promises to be another i cars: ice'boxes and the like that KEEP AHEAD OF .

with all this work to be done." have been used other have
'The building will undergo a' big year for the dub so come on places
JL JUUJt I 4JtV4iUl<*vAT "\Vh] golf is the furthest thing shrimp and oysters, also, and he face lifting, after it is'set in placein down land ,join .jn the fun. See 'proven objectionable and that the THE 'WEAfHiR
from ,my mind,"" replied Buell, invites people to stop by for p ( order to conform with its sur. you Friday night! tires seem to be the best answer.
HOME0Kead )gnawing at his breakfast, "and visit at his camp. He will be give Howard Hammond and a num-

please pass me the putter." ing us reports soon on the fishing I her of';other local skin divers at- S =

activity from his camp. j i Pirates To Meet Pirates Bow To ended the meeting and' Ham-

tKe.Carrier bookleton Fishing has been off again 'I{ 'I{ 'I mond, as spokesman, volunteered .FOR FAST EFFICIENT ;
this week. Mrs. Skipper says thata Ralph Bennett had his best their services in helping to locate .
residential air condi.tioning few catches of whiting have 'scoring night, since he joined the Palatka In Class A I Yulee 2nd Time the most suitable spots for the LIIPGAS .

in the March{ been the only activity at her Pirates in basketball, Tuesday I I reefs. Hammond cited that a number : .

issue of Reader's Digest.L. Nassauville Camp during,the past I night at Yulee when he scored 23 District Season > of old wrecks in this area ,
few days. Herb. Potts reports that I points, but Philip Robinson of'' TourneyThe During have promoted! good fishing.spotsas DELIVERY & SERVICE t ;

Dr. Bailey Dickens brought in a Yulee outscored him by racking I will an artificial reef once it .
couple of nice bass, but fishingat I up 28 points. Yulee defeated the Pirates will play Palatkain Philip Robinson racked up 28, has attracted marine growth that BULK t BOTTLE ::
his camp on Lofton Creek has I Pirates 64-52 t? rack up their : the second game of the District -I, points to lead the Yulee Hornets attracts fish.

been slow because of the wea- ,I second victory of the season over I II, Class A Basketball Tournament i to a 64-52 basketball victory over White asked Gene Lasserre, E.B. CALL' .
ther. I the Pirates. Yulee edged Fernan- which gets underway on the Jernandina Pirates Tuesday I. Phillips and Hammond to act

I dina 49-46 earlier( in the season February 28 at the Starke gym. I night in the Yulee gym. It marked as a committee in locating the
here at the local gym. Two elimination must their second win of the season
We want ,,to bring the Amelia, games .Good
: B. Reese Plumbing to '* '* be played before the regular over: the Pirates. HousekeepingGas
the drawbridge
Fish Camp at :
P. K. Yonge won the Keystone Tournament opens, therefore, I Fernandina took the lead in the --5
all fishermen Dozier & Gay
_; & Heating Co. the attention you Conference Basketball Title again Fernandina meets Palatka at 8:30on : ball game, 11-8, but the Hornets

in this area. Cooney Claxton is i this year. The Blue Wave comes I Monday night, after Lake City put on a 20-point scoring spree in Gloss & C .
h. 261-4892 in High Appliance 9.
1101 I S. 8th I the operator and specializes
the second rind to take 28-22
},' live or dead bait. He handles II up with a good basketball team I plays St. Augustine at 7 p.m. I leach p a ,
every year. Fernandina lost out I If the Pirates' ,defeat Palatka halftime Yulee continued to '
-- ---- -- in the opening game to' Macclenny I they will ,meet Perry at 8:30: I lead in :the game after three per- Enamels :
iods of and held 43-36 lead 225-5146
and the Pirates next Tourna- Thursday night, while the winnerof play a
me.nt chance will be Monday at the end,of three quarters. Colors
the Lake City-St. Augustine
Fresh Fish & '
night' at Starke. match will play Starke at 7 p.m. Ralph Bennett was the big $5.00 Gal.
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'W that night. scoring threat, making 23 pointsto "ASK AROUT OURFULL .. -
Ronnie Sapp closed the scoringgap lead Fernandina, while Ronnie J.suti -
Shrimp Daily Thursday will be the busiest -
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with 9. Char-
for leader of the Pirate day of the tournament with Sapp came through' PIC '

Special Orders Are Our Specialty squad during the past week when i teams, except the losers of alii les Corbett, Pirate's leading scor- YULEE FIA. APPLIANCES"Prices
he scored 23 points ,while Charles games played on Monday night I er for the season, made 6 points, 14TH fr BEECH 1 ,

DOUGHERTY SEAFOOD COMPANY Corbett was held,to 8: Corbett getting into the action. At 2:30: I all in :the final :quarter. Williard -
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continues to lead the pack with Thursday afternoon Bishop Ken- ,
Open Daily .7:00: A.M, To 7:00: P.M. 268 points while Sapp has 2CO. I ny will take on the Bolles Cadets action for Fernandina during the !

One Block North of 4lIanliceAveflUe On Front ,Street Steve Thomas ia third with 149, and at 4 p.m. Live Oak will play campaign, came through with 6 i

Phone 261-4811 Melvin I Dougherty, Prop. and Ralph Bennett moved up to Green Cove Springs.The points, while Steve Thomas scor-
BUSINESS IS APPRECIATED. fourth with 139, ,racking up 35 semi-finals will be stagedon ed.5), and Joe Thrift 3. iI
YOUR points during;.the 'past hv ".games.. '.Friday' night with the' winner*- Harry Johns' scored.16 to,share I '

_:.- of the Live Oak r Green. Cove the lead with Robinson, with .STOP : :
I game- playing the- winner of -the I Michael Cook scoring 8, Larry
'Benn tt. 6,..and Lamar Murray 6.
Starke Lake CitySt. Augustine
FERNANDINA BEACH Dinner, and at 8:30: the winner of TJie Fernandina B team down- : .NOW -
I.the Bishop Kenny-Bolles game : ed the young Hornets, 51.40, in i

r' a will play the winner of the Per the preliminary game as Richard
Schomas led the way, with 10
Fernandina Beach Palatka
JEWEL yr winner. points. Benny Alvarez and Rich-
ard Nobles scored 8, Chuck How-
The championship game will be
BEACHES" played at 8:30 p.m. Saturday ard 7, Randy Price 5, Barry Rice
3, Mike Rice 2 and, Jack Barniak
night, with the winner travtjng .
Directory Furnished By These Merchants and Business MenGeorge's on to Gainesville the following 2.
week for the State Tournament. .R, Crews led Yulee in scoring a
with 20 joints while Bryant Low On Brake ReIlningiiiuia'i'1

FLORIDA'S Suburban Tucker scored 9.

FIRSTGOLF District Tourney .

Machine Shop r COURSE Shore Gas Co.SERVING City

EXCELLENT ALL 'j 1 Gets Underway I
27 N. 2nd 6tMachine
18 IiOLEMoult NEEDS IN Bowling ;League
Work j1V' LINKSTIDES- LP GAS ANfr At Peck Today

Welding, Brazing GAS APPLIANCES I BY,ii B. ELLIS, JR.
Marine 7 South 7th St j Group III, Class B, of the FlorIda WEEK OF 2.13 -

Repairs Phone 261-3661 : Interscholastic Association, is .. '. : ; Total '
Special:! Service To : I holding its District Basketball Team Standings W L Pins

Shrimp Trawlers !I tournament at Peck High School, .Orville' 57 23 56792 1 -
All Work Guaranteed T. H. 'KING I I today and Friday, February 21 I! Hadden. Lanes 48i4 31%,51 -t3 __ ,

Open 8 n.m. to 5 p.m. at JETTIES and 22.The Sandbar 46% 33% 56346: I II
Monday Thru Saturday PHOTO SHOP itouroariient u ,expected to The Unknowns 33 47 55339I .ai

Phone Day 261.3711 Add 30 Minutes For Roll ProcessingDeveloping be close competition between both Beach Bar 28 52 54334 i ,
Night 61.SS3! Fernandina Harbor' & Printing the boys and girl, who will be Becker'i Drugs 27 53 53931 i WE DO 4I :

Kodak Film fighting for top honors to compete High Team, '3-Games .
'IIIGI! LOW in the State Tournament. Orville's 2891 -I '
.Photo ,Supplies1I.7L.L.4 Schools participating in the The Unknowns 2820 ALL: THIS.
Feb. 22 3lovie-Colored .& Regular will be, Peck, Fenian- .
:# S Friday, tournament Sandbar > 2803 .II.t4: .:. ( :
6:48: a. n. 12:35 a.mr Weddings dina; W. E. Harris, Hasting; High Ind. 3-Games' :., tJ.J; r. : r . .
J Complete Line of i 7:03 p.m. 1:16 p.m.Saturday Portraits by Appointment Only Pine Forest, Callahan;' D & B, K. Skidmore 617 <<5)) Clean and adjust spark plugs Check con and. condenser.'
Studios At 504 Ash St. '
Bunnell -
Mercury Parts St. Augustine; Carverr ; C. Green 617 -
Feb 23 Phone 2614586G. Middleton, Cresent City; and Dun- C. Hodge 607 Clean and set points. .. ',' "* ,!. Check generator and : :

7"Ga.m. 1:.).4 a.m. bar, Green Cove Springs. High Team Game voltage regulator. '
Peck High boys received the Orvflle's 1010 timing.

GATOR TRAILERS 7:53: p.m. 2:03: p.m. E. (GLENN) one bye in the bracket drawing Sandbar 982) 0 carburetor. (j) Check battery. ,

Sunday, Feb. 24 I because, of their conference record Hadden Lanes 970 Adjust
LASSERREMOTOR of 6 wins and 1 loss. High Ind. Game
823 2:14
: a.m.
Conference record of the other Skidmore 243J
CO. 8:40: p rm. 249; p.m.
I teams are: Williamson 229 -

S., 8th St. Ph. 261-3819 Monday, Feb. 25 ElectricalContractor I D. & B.. 4 to.3; Hastings, 4 to R. Hadden 224 *
5; Green Cove, 3 to 4; Callahan, High Scratch Howlers
9:10 a.m.3:13
: a.m. 3 ,to 5; Bunnel, 1 to 3; and Mid- C. Hodge 199565J.
0:28: p.m. 3:36: p.m. 21-HOUR SERVICE dleton, unknown.In 213559K.
Going Fishing; ; ? Williamson : fOR
Tuesday Feb. 26 Phones the bracket drawing for the Skidmore 221-551 f r
9:57 a.m. 3:52 261-5194 or .261. 379 .1 girls' division, three teams received R. Hadden 207-538 _
Visit Us For J byes. Top team of the conference D. Roberts 210-532
Complete 1 t Line Of 10:17 p.m. 4:23 p.nuWednesday I was, Pine Forest with a C. Green 184-524 ,

'. Feb. 27 7-1 record, followed closely by the I tiny six cylinder car
Shoes For Men
Fishing Tackle Y
girls from Peck with a 5-2, and N l LY /
Rods 0 Reels 10:46: a.m. 4:43: a.m. Hastings with a 4-4. Other pitti- Smokey Says: ; I

Outdoor Camping 1107: p.m. 5:12 p.m. REPAIRS WHILE I!i cipating school records are Green II I .

Thursday Feb 28 YOU WAIT Coye 2-4 and D & B 1-5. 88
Equipment : ,, S 8
officials will consist of M XE S 1 Sbtli fAMDRRg
11:38 is DEAL CuT!
a.m. 5:37: a.m.
Du- any eight
FIRESTONE R. Sullivan and '
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; 6:04 .p.m. Shoe Hospital val County; E. Vickers, S. Kelly, cylinder carr ,
BEACH SUPPLY ; St. Johns County; -
D. Milligan '
arts extra If needed
11% Atlantic.Are 26144S2 Ce,st it Geodetic Tides Courtesy 9 N ort'h.r 4th Street find W. White, who hill serve as f. .
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Page Eight News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, February 21,1963

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Sports Cars High School .Echoes. u'I" -

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Gearing For WinsAt' BY SHARON COUGH .. .. t.b .
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Hi! The Valentine dance held I owing. students: Cirol rSchuett, -:--- I' :ii.,:<.. ,{$ ,4':.J. '
1 Sebring Race last Friday night at the Rec. Center Marsha Hanson, Judy Sheffield,j ",.- "
was a great success. The King. Kenneth Nolan, Fred Pahke, -.-'

Sebring Florida Ford's and Queen of the Mary Ellen Harvey Elaine Smith, o> C e YOUR DOLLAR GOES FURTHER

new Cobra is gearing to take a affair were Miss Carolyn Dunnam, Helen Mums,I

win here at Sebring March 23, in Baba Bryce and Judy Campbell Carol.Gragg, Ben- WHEN YOU SHOP AT .
the internatitfcally famous 12 Jim Campbell, jie Lyons, Toni Crosby Ljtfn
,llQVR ENDURANCE RACE. selected by the Joyner, Kathy Walters Richard :
y1 attending crowd. DeSandro Patti Thornton, Ken QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED HI
....Already living to its name, jJ t3
%" the sleek new 300 HP engine a : ;; All the students Lawhorne. Robert Edens, Judy PRICES GOOD Thru FEBRUARY 23rd 'I ',r
has already set its fangs into seemed to enjoy Parker, Steve Thomas, Jerry ... WINN.DIXIE STORES. INC. FQ 7
V the occasion tremendously Kight, Linda Little, Katie Mae COPYRIGHT- lias Op StOa J
.. other American road cars,
racing .
Sterling, Glenda Morgan, and
sending them down to bitter de
The Seniors Bobby Douglass.
: feat. "
were given a Mr. Benner has begun the anual \ 1L-
t West Coast in road
top aces
the Wo-
party Saturday night at spring football practice which

:t racing, Ken have Miles already and set Dave new McDonald records I man's carried Club.out in The a decorations Valentine theme were will last for 5 weeks. Approxi- HEINZ KETCHUP 50 Freei. r Green Stamps 50 Free &wr Green Stamps _
have turned
mately 54 boys out
t in the Carroll Shelby built and all the Seniors had- *W WITH THIS,-COUPON' AND PURCHASE OF WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
a very and are working hard U-oz. BOTTLE'' J
road racing cars. enjoyable Hostesses for ONLY, FOUR 12-oz. CANS Faun
The Pirates lost their in l ff Jt
I With all of the Ford Motor the affair were the parents of the the Keystone Conference game last WITH THIS COUPON AND YOUR N1BLETS CORN iBi'iYi sUN

Company options as to gears and following students: Carol Schuett, PURCHASE Of $5.00 OR MORE GOOD THRU FEBRUARY S3RD
Creek however the '
boys played a GOOD THRU FEBRUARY (3RD
: power plants the Sebring 12r I I LIMIT ONE COUPON rut CUSTOMc AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
great The winner of the AT ANY WIN N-DIXIE
may BowleretfesDY tournament was P. K. Yonge High I 65 3 1 r
: finally have a contender again
School. The boyS! will play their
European opposition of the past
i last game Friday nightat
few years. FEU. 19, 1963 Santa Fe and the district tournament J'Ji
F The Cobras, under Chief Shel-
Total begin.'Monday nightat I

i :. next bf'ttre week due for in final Sebring tests during over the the I Teams Hadden Lanes W 61 27 L 44327 Pins Pirates Starke.will will It do is their certain(best that. They the 50 Free JtflC Green Stamps i 50 Free' HVf Green PURCHASE Stamps OF 50 Free #tf Green Stamps
: actual 5.2 mile grueling road racing WITH THIS
". I Setzers 47 41 44445 have been playing !some; great : WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OFATANYWINNDIXIE WITH COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
t % Hardee Bros. 42 46 43294 basketball this yeat.anq: the Senor ONE 100-CT. BOTTLE Two PKSS. FROZEN RICH'SCHOCOLATE
!??({rowing international fame' .ot BAYER ASPIRIN PEANUT BUTTER
t Waas Drugs' 39'49 43025 players have only a few moregames. ECLAIRSGOOD
; the .Sebring 12 Hour has each n
Baileys 38 50 43443 I The Seniors playing their : GOOD THRU FEBRUARY 13RD
increased the advance sales GOOD THRU FEBRUARY 23RD THRU FEBRUARY IUD
year Beach Lounge 37 51 43236: last season "are: Johnny Crisp, AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
of the spectacular seating spots -
on the action packed corners,withthisyears' lligh Team Single Game Captain, Steve Thomas, Wilard! i|' S 4 ..... 2cu.w
Scratch Bennett .Charles ca
4 Fowler Ralph j
sales out in front,
Hadden Lanes COO Coibett, James Rylant, Donald
t nowtis: the time to write for ret "! t,
RacfigClub Setzers 580 Brazell. COLONIAL BRAND FROZEN LARGE ,
servatigns to the Automobile QUICK
577 The Little Women/ will hold j
: 1 of Florida 1*. 0. Box 71, Finest quality USDA Choice
High Ind. Single,Game their meeting regularly scheduled
r Sebring, Florida. ; CutU Hens. ..' 29x Lamb. Close Trimmed of excess '
Scratch for last week, tonight at 7:30
r f P fat and bone before weighing. c
209 will .
1 Eleanor Flint I p.m. The covered dish Supper
- I From Swift Premium, another ,
: Gloria Hadden 200 be held next month.
KAC '. . name you can trust from Winn
Ruth Williamson 192 See nextJr.High week! ..
High Team Three Games you ,vJ"v." .... <',.."" v ', 'X', .. \\: ]I. ''''''''' '. .:. .. t ." .'.. .: Dixie. .
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Bowling League Scratch Elementary

Hadden Lanes 1C91 Brown Sugar Cured ..

I .. ..... Baileys 1561 FEB. 25 MAU. L
WEEK OF 2-14 High Ind. Three Games { -
: Total Scratch 1 Monday: Spaghetti'wground I
S -Tram_ Standings W L Pins. Eleanor Flint 541 beef, and tomato sauce, cole slaw,j (fl i I I 0
rolls! and butter, i .<
51411 English peas "'
50 30
: Bombers Patsy Cottle I 506 i< .
: Mixers 41 39 50252 Ruth Williamson 485! apple wedges, and % pint milk. II ( ) .\. I ?
Murray's Store 39.u 50670 We have four girls who picked Tuesday: Bar-b-cue beef on ,_ i; U. S. CHOICE Whole or Half
Paper' Mill \ 33 47 47635 splits this week, they are: buttered bun, pinto beans, lettuce I
High Team, 3-Gamesr..II.rmbcrs up Carolyn Rowland a 5-7 and 5-10 and tomato salad,. peach cobbler, i .:r ; ; Leg-O-Lamb Lb 69t. .
2884 Dot Odom a 310. and % pint milU'..*- !i .

i Murray's Store' 2859 Ruth Williamson a 1-240 Wednesday: Meat pie w/ ,; : U., S. CHOICE Loin Lamb
: Paper Mill 2352 Velma\ Budge d 3-10. \ vegetables, and pastry! topping "
: -= High Ind. 3-Games cabbage, apple>nd, ,raisin salad, @ t Chops Lb. 98,
i Bohannon C63CTTSieen High Scratch BowlersS. rolls: and butterabrovnie'' ,and. Vj ;( .
C52B Bohannon 237-C15 pint milk. \ I II" .
; Baked ham, U. S. CHOICE Rib Lamb '
I Joyce C44 B. Joyce 222-5C9 Thursday: : I ,:
High Tram Gr,me J. Williamson 223-545 mashed potatoes, buttered .spin- [' .rI Lb. 79?
ach lime, pineapple and ch ese, Chops
: Bombers 1005Murray's C. Green 181532F. .
S Store' 978 Bowen 201518B. congealed salad' on lettuce roils Swift Premium Canned':.. Swift Premium

: Mixers 971 Pilkinton 181-518 and butter, peanut butter cookie. Shoulder' Lamb
S High Ind. Game R. Hadden 191-515 and k pint milk. 1 C'h"p
lb. 5 91.
; S. Bohannon 253 J, Drury 175-511 Friday: Egg sandwich HAMS e .
B. Joyce 247 A!',Schrantz 190-:-505 potato* chips, frozen green "
U J. Williamson 238 K. Skidmore 181-504, limas, .fresh>fruit salad, spiced'!' :! U. S. CHOICE Shoulder LambS
---- cake and \a pint milk. ? i iForestry :
i ROaSt.Lb. 491.4.Lb.

1 Board I {,$' 99 .d

> a j ,U. S. CHOICE Lamb
s _> RewardsIn LB I .
Breast 19
i a' Can .
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Woods/Arson I J. ':' U. S. CHOICE .
Sko .. ... .' ....-_. .- -........ -'''''''' : ...J;-- 7"'"' i"" ,jgs"way'_ !J; ..
.. \ v A v. Fire bug,. woods burner, or !iiik.! ..' ;,. .. Gr. Lamb.Lb.39 .

woods arsonist whatever his; .
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1 n yS title his worliftoes on with its i
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jirests. I I I I
toll of Florida I j
destroy thousands of acres i i

in Florida timber and pulpwood,jl' FRESH, TENDER
worth hundreds of thousands of

: sI dollars. I Beans fj'razen foods .

During 1962, when 8,608 forest i Pole 2 29;
fires occurred in Florida, 3,094 I

,. were set purposely V- more than I MORTON Chicken, Bad', Turkey, Ham, aliJLury
xlb. one in three. I U. S. No.1 SWEET
.5. In spite of rewards: offered for I Dinners 2 For 89x
t information leading to his arrest

and convictionthe dirty work of I II Potatoes 5 49 MORTON Apple, Cherry,
I the woods arsonist continues. Th LBS.
offer of rewards' however, is a I Fruit orS1

powerful deterrent to incendiary ,
'"' ,| action. I PLAIN or SELF-RISING FLOUR Limit 1 with $5.00 food order. LIBBY'S fish Frozen Florida ((6- x. Cam)

.t b i i The pay Florida rewards Board up of to Forestrywill $250 to h. IIL Or 9.e Juice4 For 991. ".

t 1 any individual in arrest for information and conviction resulting insDury I 5 BAG l6. 39 i Save 8f Toilet Tissue ? Limit 2 please, !

of woods arsonists. The Florida 2
Delsey 191
\ Rolls< 'I
Bankers Association also main- SUPERBRAND
I MELTA'MAYWINTERVIITFI' tains a fund for offering cash rewards FRESH FLA. Save 10* Eoch DEEP SOUTH SALAD
) with 10 rewards of $100

each payable during any one Calendar rpi i Dressing Qt. 29/

year. A third reward source I
i : STANDARD is the Florida Forest Arson Fund, I / Sore Wit Ea. STANDARD | '-!

t :. provided bj a group representing f j doz. Tomatoes t36c.91.:: :
landowners and the forest indus- I 1

:. try providing for payment of Save 9( Ee. THRIFTY MAID Yellow Cling
.f rewards to
Under Florida law, malicious t r'-ri Peaches 5 2Yi Cans St
starting of fires on the lands of S I

: .t'I ) others is a felony. .The offender, -...- : A...qI : -

on conviction, may be subject to ;
: J uWarms almost like Summer"Hood five 'years' imprisonment. Inten-

i. tional starting of fires on the I ;!dtl. '

x your home with "sunshine" warmth lands: of others is also a felony, I .r., /
to fine to $1,000 .
subject a
: at the first hint Winter.. Let us fill your and/or imprisonment up to three lIfT

: tank now and keep it filled with years.

: STANDARD BURNER OIL. Clean-firing. Rewards are not paid in the : Detergent t Astor Coffee ,
TJ case of careless woods. burning I
; Economical. Safe- the odorless clean- .' violations.

i burning fuel that gives you maximum heat Recently- in one Florida county ARROW .

for 19 "set" fires whipped through I 1-lb. ..
your money. can
600 acres of land in one day. The .
t :. day 18 fires I gt. box 5: I
: Whatever type of oil-burner you have, you scorched an additional 700 acres. J I SAVE '211

: can depend on us for unfailing deliveries of Twenty of the fires: 'mere on forest SAVE ;ills ,

: : STANDARD BURNER OIL when you need it. land. When guilt' ,is established .
: chances are reward money I =. H'W DUTY Save 21* L5 )2 MAXWELL HOUSE. Save 19*
will be paid to sqme individual .
,. whose information to officers I 1.26.
fFab/i Gh Box 58sif' frNL Coffee 4811
.. helped sojve the case.During i CAN '"
I. I ; 1962 there were six Limit I with $5.00 v M.L&41iii. .. Limit 1 with
: : .I $5.00
/ H. F. STONE JR. Agent persons rewarded with total payments "
food food order
1 ; I of $500.according to the VIYL i.iI '

t "Our Business Is Serving You" Florida Forest Semes. Of 383 .. _

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.. V-.t PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE I Don't lose social security T6 e-
BUY A HOMESITE on the Nassau I i Highway Patrol
-- FOR BIDS I fits if you are 65 or over and still
River Beautiful high The Board of County Commissioners working. Write for leaflet 23c to
: WANT and dry lots at Nassauville. of Nassau County, Florida, invite : ..
bids for furnishing gasoline, diesel Reminds Drivers day.
.05 per word .75 minimum Others with waterfront privil CLERK 18 to 35 fuel lubricating oils and greases for

: Cud of Thanks Resolutions eges. Small down payment. period March 6th.. 1963 to March
Apply in person Friday after- 15th.. 1964 inclusive, in approximatelythe
and Similar Notices Terms to suit. Phpne Francis j Of License Laws I .n'
: noon, 2 to 5 p.m. Suburban following quantities during the
Ellis, POpular 5-2661 J acks 1. period of tune stated heretofore:
.03 per word $LOO minimum ville. S 'tIe. Propane Gas Service, 7 South FOR DELIVERY TO NASSAU I

Cal 261.3686 ,or 261-3687 7th St. COUNTY PRISON CAMP, BILLIARD I TALLAHASSEE Thousands

or place ad at office LARGE SHADED LOTS at Ame- FLORIDA 23000 gallons gasoline first grade of Floridians will trek to :their ..
GIRL FOR GENERAL OFFICE regular nearest driver's license sales office i "
lia X 145. down -
100 $10 $10
511 Ash Street ,
16.000 gallons diesel fuel grade No.
I- month. Call Howard Ham work. Must be accurate with 3 to renew their driver permits
mond, 2613733. tfc figures. Some typing. Good 1,500 gallons motor or lubricating. every month.of this year. I .

working conditions, excellent oils lbs. The Florida Highway Patrol
1,000 grease. I
H FOR SALE TWO NEW BRICK, three bedroom benefits and starting salary. f FOK DELIVERY TO NASSAU calls to the attention of all driv- ,.." .

den, 1% bath homes, 150 Telephone 225-5122 for appointment COUNTY COURTHOUSE and/or NASSAU ers that since the birthdate issuance -I

1919 FORD, 4 door 6 cylinder foot frontage. $11,950 with $500 tfc Beach COUNTY Florida: JAIL. Fernandina plan went into effect in '"

'with overdrive, (cry clean. Ph. FHA or VA. Equal Opportunity Employer 12,000. 2. gallons diesel fuel oil. gradeNo. 1961, people are required to get

261-5718. 1 J21p 6 --- their driver's license renewed
; In conformance with a ruling of the
THREE BEDROOMS, 1% baths WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE to Attorney General: State of Honda, all very two years during the monthof
LARG; DINING TABLE, six beautiful lot. Not call regularly each month on .5 prices shall be firm for the durationof
a their birth.
project the .
chairs, $45. Dinetfe set table, S with down S established Studitj. Girl Cosmetics bids contract shall period.All
$10,000 $350 give grade of eah "HAPPY" IS HAPPY
For instance
6 chairs, $25. Phone 2614572. $65 month. clients in and around Fer item to be furmshed as well as price you were
I.IN S .5'V after deducting Federal Taxes (exemption an even numbered year, like I TO HE INFERNANDINA
SPECIAL BARGAIN .* nandina Beach, making necessary certificates will be furnishedby
1932 driver's license BEACH
purchased a
deliveries etc. 3 4 purchaser).
t' 2 bedrooms!, bath, kitchen. : Successful bidder shall furnish store fast year 1962, that is good
Water :'available.. House piped room home just outside town. hours per' day. Route will payS '. age tanks at Prison Camp as follows; for two years or until" 1964. I Hove You Met Him?
: to $5 hour. Write 1 1,000 gallon tank with electrically -
I and \yired.{ Nearly. new. Shadylot Chain link fence. $8,400, $400 up per operated
pump. However if born in
little down fL w, easy down, $55 month. !I II 2 550 gallon tanks with electrically -
pay # Dept. 75932, Glendale, Calif. operated pumps for each. an odd numbered year 1933 I
ments. BIG DISCOUNT. Call I Rids will be received up to 10:00 for
example you may your
collect, Jacksonville FL 9-C644 I Service o'clock A. M. March 13th., 1963 at
t MIDDLE AGED WHITE lady to first license this ,
three bedroom, den, 'two bath which time same will be opened, read two year year
or Brunswick, ME 82432. F28c live in and care for house and I *MARY DID and considered. Bids should be submitted one that will be valid until your "SEE C. B.'Pete'
home. Choice section. Appraised EVER ACTUALLY ADD to D. 0 Oxley Clerk Board I .
EXCEPTIONAL VALUES children for room and board County Commissioners, Nassau County birthday month in 1965.Driver's .
Your $16,500, offered for $15,000. UP ALL OUR RENT RECEIPTS?" I .
and $15 week. Phone 2255143. !I Courthouse. Fernandina Beach
choice of licenses be
: two 3 bedroom houses. Reasonable down payment. : Florida. can purchased INGRAM"FOR

.. Hardwood floors, aluminum John T. Ferreira & Son tfc The Hoard reserves the right to reject at any of the state's 67

;. awning windows. No. 1 con: 508 Atlantic Ave. Phone 261-5571 Dated any or this all 21st.bids., day of February, county judges' offices or agencies -

: crete block, carport, high dry WANTED PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE A. D. 1963.BOARD and if motorists are not sure
N lot. No. 2 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, of those locations the nearest
S new. spacious PLYWOOD CAMPER for % ton TO BIDDERS NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA, Life Insurance

: not quite finished, but hv- pickup truck. 2614381. tfc j Sealed kids will be received at the FOR BIDS 1Y Harry Poole, Chairman highway patrol station can give Retirement Income
WANTED' USED PIANO office of the Amelia Island The Board of County Commissioners Attest:
able. Mosquito directions.
lilt Large, high lot. Paved I
of Nassau County Florida invite D. 0. Oxley, Clerk.2t .
I Control District of Nassau ,
road SPECIALS spinet Phone 261-5257 sealed bids for issuance ofdriver's Health & AccidehtIospitalization
S : well. Huge Discount From I type. V Florida at 7 North 4th Street Fer.I furnishing approximately 221. 28 "The birthmonth

.. Original Cost. Call collect, I GOLF CART AND clubs, $25 I V / tfc ,I.nandina teach Florida until 10:30 tied petroleum 7,000 gallons gas of for Propane delivery liqui to ..-- licenses is for the pur.
AM.. March 5th. for the follow
I. Jacksonville FL !9-CG44 or dining table and chairs, $45 : log Nassau County Prison Farm and/or PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE pose of avoiding standing in {lines Major Medical

k ,: Brunswick ME 8.2432. F28c dinette set, $25 -*- child's red | One ((1)" New Caterpillar D-4 Crawl- Nassau County Agent's office at Mil OF HID once a year as under the old
I liard Florida, Nassau
and/or County
Dids win be received the Nassau IncomeL.
MISCELLANEOUSIF | er-Tractor with Model 4-A Hydrauli- by Disability Monthly
: rocker, $3.95 stack tables, cally controlled Angledozer, or equal Civil Defense Headquarters building, County Recreation Commission for plan, and it affords greater convenience -
1956 MERCURY, 4 door, radio $4.50 each Bahama lounge, i i i, DESCRIPTION Of MACHINE DESIRED at }Five-Points Fernandina Beach. one used 1.ton Jib Crane with 8 ft. 5 to the driver," the pa.
I Florida, during the twelve month period in beam. Model LC SSJ in' L. BOHANNON
and heater. Excellent condition. ; One New Crawler-Tractor Farquahar .
: $35 large, carved buffet redecorated beginning April 1st., 1963 and end trol said.
YOU'RE INTERESTED in I Tractor to be a 60" gauge Diesel Engine Machinery Co. catalog No. 36. Send
N $495. Phone 2G1-3848. F21c in white, $17.50 old of not less than 350 Cu. In. displacement -. ing March 31st.. 1964 bids to L D. Conner Callahan, Fia.Uids .
stamps or coins, phone : and developing not less! Successful bidder will be requiredto to be submitted no later than 10 INSURANCE. ,
: NEW"'ca RAMBLER" station houshold items paint Cora Win .ns at 261-5421. tfc than, 100 H.P. at the flywheel. 24.volt I furnish one .(I) storage tank of not a,m. Monday March 11. The Commission What a pity we don't have car
: factory conditioner tables chairs, etc. See atSHIELL'S I direct electric starting; blower fan less than 250 gallon capacity at Civil reserves the right to reject any brakes that would stop the one Phone 261-5269 ,
wagon, air I oil type clutch dry type air cleaner Defense, Headquarters Building Five. and all bids.3t .
.. automatic transmission. Save COLOR TONE renews your natural transmission with five forward and Points, Fernandina Beach 'Fla. 221. 23, 3-7 behind us too. .

: $800. ,Take up payments. NoN I South 8th St. I hair beauty. Fabulous four reverse speeds and a forward. It shall be the responsibility of successful -- -- -- ---- --
lever for fast shifts Tne
fevers undercarriage bidder to see that an ample
equity, perfect condition, still 16 FT. GLASPAR fiberglassboat I color for a tiny price. Vanity is to V have at least ten supply of gas is on hand at all locations I
: 'in warranty. Phone 261-5757. Beauty' Shop, 2614686. tfc lifetime lubricated bottom rollers and at all ,times to insure operationsof
75 h.p. Johnson, electric I the carrier rollers and front Idlers are all, gas equipment

N I tic starter, trailer. Excellent con FLOOR SANDING and refinish- also to be. of lifetime lubricated design. Bids should be filed with D 0. Ox-
Thirteen inch wide full grouser shoes.
: FIVE- BEDROOM S-, modern home, dition, $1195 complete. Phone ing. Floor tile Paul E. Hanson. I I The track links are to be of the sealed ley Clerk, Nassau t9 Board County County Courthouse Commissioners -, PASSBOOK LOANSON
type Equipment is to include heavy-
: near high school, on large lot 261-3174. tfc Phone 2614609. tfc duty idlers, heavy duty guards, hydraulic Fernandina teach Florida, before
I I I 10:00: o'clock A. M. March 13th., 1963.
: with fruit trees. Big utility I I track adjusters front pull at which time same will be opened,
: I IF YOU HAVE a drinking problem hook an angling dozer with hydraulic read and considered.The .
house. FIIA
m'ortgage or can
FOR RENT control and a heavy duty Cab Guard.
: be refinanced. 208 South 17th write Alcoholics Anonymous GENERAL: Minimum specificationsfor hoard reserves the right to reJect OUR SAVINGS LOAN PLAN YOU DON'T ::
all bids.
Box 338, city. EL67700tfc Leasel Purchase of new Craw Ic;. any or .
.. St. Phone 261-5470. I Tractor: Proposal for equipment Dated. this 21st, day of February
.. McCRAXIE APTS which does not meet the minimum 1963. V S
: 90 X 130 SHADED LOT in Pirates 3 FURNISHED APTS. Utilities, specifications will be rejected Equip- .BOARD COUNTY COMMISSIONERS V _
MEN ,AND WOMEN NEEDED ment offered shall be New, the manufacturers jNASSAir COUNTY, ILOR1DA
N Cove, corner. Gregor. Mc hot water, washing machine, latest model and shall care. Oy Harry Poole, Chairman '
: Gregor and' Ohio Aves. Curbs $8.75, $10 'and $11.25 week. WORK IN, CIYIL SERVICE ry the standard factory warranty Attest V
No experience Said machine shall have all accessories D,. 0 Oxley. Clerk. S BORROW WHAT YOU NEED AT SVz % ;
p and gutter and on city sewer. Monthly rate cheaper. Private necessary. gram-. listed as standard by the man&; 221. 23 \: .,; .

$ ooo. Phone 261-4851 after baths. Also, beach rentals. Call mar school:.5 education usually facturer plus any optional or extra :- V
: ,
Is 5 p.m. s,. f," *.* W. I: cCranie, 26f-4642. If V sufficient. Train now at' home accessories specifications.as Proposals'will called for lit be these considered PUBLIC NOTICNOTICE' ;, S REPAY V S AT ONE. TIME- r''tiJi: '-
foi with details r
jobs For '
II : no answer, call 261-9035, Mrs. Security. only on equipment which can _
tfc send' name, address, phoneno. be quickly serviced'and maintained TO CREDITORS V ln :
: POLAROID CAMERA, complete Long. upon the request of the purchaser. LV TilE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT (- OR IN INSTALLMENTS _
N with all attachments in leather -' II to: NATIONAL TRAINING The bidder must maintain in his service LV AND FOR NASSAU COUNT, .

NEWLY DECORATED, two bed. 3ERVICE, P. 0. Box 500, Green- facilities an adequate supply of FLORIDA. LV PR01UTE. ,. .
Phone 201-3207. .
: carrying case. -
repair parts for the machine offered File Number 2011. 5*
South Fletcher. :
room apt on wich Connecticut M28c
F14c and shall also maintain personnel and In re: Estate of Elizabeth
.. Phone 261-3658. tfc I I equipment to provide such service 'as Hardee Ojilvie, Deceased.To V
may be requested to keep the machine YOU GET THE FULL AMOUNT' OF YOUR LOAN
: COMPLETE OUTFTIike: new. NICE DOWNSTAIRS furnishedapt PUBLIC NOTICE in operation with a minimum of delay. Having: All Claims Creditors and Demands All Persons
or Against
12 ft. run-about with controls! HOUR METER: An electric hour S
private entrance. 1306 NOTICE TO CREDitORS I Said Estate:
meter Hobbs. Model MI 968, or equal
: trailer, and 35 horsepower Atlantic Ave. Ph. 2614835. LV TilE FLORIDA COURT Ot STATUTES TilE COUNTY shall be cushion-mounted on the instrument You, and each of you, are hereby IMMEDIATELY

.. Johnson motor, excellent condition tfc JUDGE, NASSAU COUNTY, FLORID panel or if room does not notified and required to present any .
permit shall be mounted in some claims and demands which you. or
t- .
$450. Phone other location convenient for reading. either of you may have against the
-, 2014610.tf DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT; L. re R.: Estate CHURCH of, Deceased.To The hour meter shall be connected so!: estate of Elizabeth Hardee Ogilvie Deceased WITHOUT DELAY DISCOUNT PENALTIES OR
V V record hour late of Nassau County. Florida -
as to engine-operating ,
I Unfurnished. Corner of 4th and AU Creditors and Persons Having
'i, Claims Demands Past experience in Honda in per'I to the Honorable J. E. Weather-
or Against Said Es-
: LARGE MAHOGANY drop-leaf Calhoun Street, across street forming arthropod control work with ford County Judge of Nassau County
tate.You the machine offered and the record of and file the same in his office in the I SERVICE CHARGESSuburban '
I table opened seats eight. A from school. (St Joseph's Academy and and each required of you to are hereby notified I I service and maintenance will be taken County Court House in Nassau County. ,

: bargain at $20. Phone 261-4571 ). Phone 261-4200 or 261- claims and demands which present you.any or into consideration by the hoard inV }'loridaithiIr six calendar months .

3800. tfcIT'S either of you. may have against the i reaching a decision concerning the from hereof.the Each date claim of the first demand publication . '.
or shall "
estate of L. R. Church deceased late bid award.
1951 PLYMOUTHezcellen I be in and ;.f
shall the
writing state
i of said County, to the Courtly Judgeof TOOLS: The machine shall -be delivered -
: about-town tranIlPQrt tion. Bar NICE, rooms and bath. Nassau County Florida at his office 1 with sufficient tools and place of residence and post office address '
with $30. 309 S. 6th St. in the court house of said County equipment for field adustments; greasing of the claimant, and shall be S
garage I
N ut t5. Phone 2614860.KINGS1JERRYIIOMES I sworn to the claimant,
gain $ by his agent
at Fernandina Leach. Florida, with and maintenance. At least two Fernandina federal ;
111 S. 5th St. F21c and
F21 Apply in six calendar months from the tune copies of the printed Manual Instruction or attorney any such claim or Savings
of the first of demand not so filed shall be void.
__ publication of this notice. I Dock and also one catalog parts
2212 FLORIDA AVE. For rent, Two copies of each claim or demand for the machine will be provided. Dated February 18, 1963.
unfurnished 3 bedroom house shall be in writing and shall state I DELIVERY: The bid price for the s- Ira William Hardee Jr.
BRICK COLONIAL IE with the place of residence and post office machine shall be the delivered priceto As Executor of the 'Estate of
't recently painted, clean. F21c address of the claimant his agent, or the Board of the Amelia Island Elizabeth Hardee Ogilvie,
three bedroom, 2 baths, v\all- -- -.- -- attorney and accompanied by a filing Mosquito Control District. Nassau L i Deceased. And Loan Association
E to-wall carpet, central heat and SMALL FURNISHED house, fee of one dollar and any such claim County. Fernandina Beach Florida at .Herbert Wm. Fishier ,
or demand not so filed shall be void. their Yard on South Eighth Street. Attorney for Ira William Hardee Jr.
:I air conditioning, on corner lot. close in, no steps. Just right RUBY OPAL CHURCHAs The machine must be serviced adjusted as Executor of the Estate of Elizabeth
e Located at 18th and Ash for a couple. Apply Seaside executor of the Last Will and and demonstrated to the satisfaction Hardee Ogilvie Deceased.4t I I
Testament of L. R. Church de of the Hoard. All Bids must state 221,28.3-7.14
I _ _ _
Streets. F21c
By appointment only. Motel, 2614503. ceased. >' the earliest guaranteed delivery date. .
Reasonable down payment and THOMAS 0. HALL The equipment will be accepted only
Attorney for Administrator sufficient. satisfactory demonstration -
FURNISHED APT for rent, after
,p. pick up low interest loan with. 11 North Fourth Street. has been performed and compliance
: out closing costs. An excellent adults only. 501 Cedar St. Phone Fernandina Beach. Florida. with all specifications assured.
261.f652. tfc First publication February 14,- 1963 TAXES: Amelia Island Mosquito Gas Service
a Kingsberry buy. 4t 214 21, 28, 3-7 Control (District) (County) is exempt Propane

: '* S FURNISHED AFt ON BEACH from Federal Excise and Transportation1 -
.. WE HAVE A GOO)) three bed Phone 2C1-4944 after 2:30: Tax. Do not include these taxes in

: room home in F esHil; in p.m. tfc. wvti7 UNDER I" tur FICTITIOUS I I your.- will bid price.be furnished An--exemption on- remiesL certificate CLEAN SAFEECONOMICAL FAST AUTOMATIC

need of a Veteran. $500 down is RESERVATIONS: ; The Commissioners -
Notice hereby given that the undersigned -
: and possession within 30 days. FURNISHED OR UNfurnished pursuant V to 'Fictitious reserve the right to accept the DEPENDABLE EFFICIENTEach

Plenty of shade. apt, upper or lower. 432 N. 3, Name 'tatute" House Bill No. InS Lowest bids.and/or best bid. or to rejectall Suburban Gas Service installation is
No. Laws
Chapter 20933. of Flonda V
: phone 261-4945 after 5. 1941, will register with the Cleric of PAYMENT OP LEASE/PURCHASE YOUR GAS carefully tailored to best fit the requirements

.. $300 DOWN WILL MOVE you P28c County.the Circuit Florida Court upon ia .aid receipt for of Nassau proofof AGREEMENT Purchase will :be Contract for two. jears.for Lease/Tradein I Ideal I For :V of the individual customer. Your installation '

: into a brand new three bedroom FRESHLY PAINTED publication name. to-of'it this: notice the fictitious will and be balance accepted will as be full in dowh two equal payment 'I INSTALLATION may be Cylinder Exchange Service, Metered

: home outside of town. $60 pei TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED Jerry's Draperies and Slip Covers parts. first payment due id March. Home Farms and Businesses Service or Bulk Service.
month. j entrance. 421 N. I Under which 1 am engaged in 1964 a and second payment due in ,
.l apt, private
business.I March. 1965. Under no conditions will
3rd. tfc am engaged in business on South interest be paid on Rental/Lease Beyond Gas Mains and For Industry When one cylinder is completely empty, the

:COMPLETELY REDECORATED, 8th Street. Fernandina teach, Fla. basis.THE CYLINDER reserve cylinder is put into use. You notify

N batt-and-a-half house. Immediat IWO BEDROOM apt. upstairs, said That business the only enterprise party interested is Geraldine in ERS OF BOARD AMELIA OF ISLAND COMMISSION MOSQUITO Anywhere. Suburban Propane by mailing a special order

: 'possession: as soon as credit furnished. All electric kitchen. Rowland. .' CONTROL DISTRICT OF '. EXCHANGE card, and a full cylinder is then delivered to
.. is checked. $200 down and $7C Phone 261-5269 or 261-3230. tfc 4t 214. 21, :a. 3-7 NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA.By *V J., I
G. Ralph Wolff. Chairman K H you in exchange for the empty one. In this

: per month. Kingsberry trade-in. UPPER DECK APTS. Completely PUBLIC NOTICECALL %to 221,28 Your Suburban Propane Gas Service SERVICE S way you always have a reserve cylinder of
'" *
furnished including TV handSuburban .
: you a 261-3118. tic BEACh FLORIDA '
Phone Comes To You From A Mod.
Sealed bids will be received by the r LV COURT OF THE COUNTY JUDGE S
Kingsberry home in Pirates Propane is delivered to permanent
Board of Public Instruction of Nassau I NASSAU ;
: Cove. EllA.or VA terms. Pick TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED County. Florida at the Office of the .1 FLORIDA, IN PROBATE. FILE >O.W43 I era Office, Salesroom and Distribution stcrage on your premises by a regularly scheduled .

your own plans from our large apt. on beach, year round $60 Courthouse.Superintendent Fernandina of Public Ueach Instruction.Flor ,I INRE: J METERED- tank truck. Your gas consumption is

-I selection and move in within 90 mo. Howard Hammond, 261- Ida. up until 5:00 P.M., E. S. ,T.. Wednesday I ESTATE OF R.OBY BLANTOV ED- V Plant Located In Feraan-, registered on a meter, and you are billed ac
: days. 3733. tfc February 27, 1963. for furnishing I WIRDS. Deceased. SERVICE*
up to 1500 cubic yards ofheavy.type NOTICE OF LVTENTIOV TO MAKE dina Beach, One of 96 Suburban S :; cordingly. You pay only for the gas you useS

: PAUL C. BURNS SMALL UNFURNISHED house fill dirt and grading thereof I V APPLICATION DISCARGE FOR FINAL .S V,. after you use it. .

N "Builder of King berry Homes" for rent. 1310 Franklin St Call Fasmtoe for the Street.Southside Fernandina School located Beach.at 1!i I! TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Propane- Gas Service Centers In: : V ''.

:315 S. 8th St. Ph. 261.3606 261-5277 for further information.tfc Honda I I. Notice is hereby given that Ruth This service is provided for farms, Industry,
Any bid received after the specified j Evelyn Edwards filed her final report 17 States. Each Center Is Operated commercial and
.. I. philanthropic institutions
time and date will not be considered. as Executrix of the Estate of BULK
1958 FORD % TON pickup, ply. The Board of Public Instruction of I Roby Blanton Edwards deceased, where large quantities df gas are used. No gas
j ; Skilled Local
downstairs1 Nassau County Flonda.. reserves the that she filed her Petition for Final By People
: wood enclosed back. Good condi \ TWO BEDROOM I
is "too big" to be served Propane
right to waive informalities in any Discharge and that she will apply to requirement by
4 tion. $600. Angus Associates, furnished apt. Year round. $55-| bid and to accept any bid which it I the Honorable J. E. Weatherford. Who Take Pride In Serving You.SERV.ICE Gas Service in an efficient, economical
: 2615976. tfc 126 S. Fletcher. Phone 261-3138 considers to be in the best public interest County Judge of Nassau County, Tlor\ S
_. i and to reject any or all bids. Ida, on the 22nd day of March. 1963. and dependable manner.
.. tfc:. E elopes to be sealed and plainly for approval of same and for final da- "
r.er left.hand corner charge as Executrix of the Estate if I -

: years old $1700 when new, sacrifice TWO BEDROCK unfurnished of the envelope: "KID FILL DIRT Roby Blanton Edwards deceased oc. i J
N for $1200. Phone 261-3343 house. OF NASSAU Ruth Evelyn Edwards V j
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: as aBean's speckled pup! See at V H. F. SAHLMAN ., :i 5Veflt BY: John_ T. Wt15fl SU1>!rintend-f Attorney Fernandina for Beach Executrix.Florida. m* A FEW 1962 APPLIANCES AT 20' OFF -

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At The Churches FLORIDA) COUNCIL REPORTSBy Wildlife Officers and their Unit other Leaders Scout, are Troops invited with to

attend. A review of' the first

NOTICE TO DOG OWNERS. FIVE POINTS BAPTIST FERNANDINA BEACH CHURCH M. Lewis Hall Jr., Vice Wellman, Lakeland has devoted, Instruct Firearms course will be held for their benefit -

CHURCIl' OF CHRIST f ,Chairman i! needed attention to development I .

For The Convenience Of All Dog OwnersA J. W. Keen, Pastor I Hubert Gibson, Minister The Florida Council of 100 ; of waterways, conservation of No repeater rifle I will be allowed
9:45 ajn. Sunday School Bible Study ____ 10:00 A.M. The basic philosophy of The i forests, land reclamation and I Course For Scouts 'but Shy Scouts can bringa
Veterinarian Will Be At The Fernan- 11:00 a.m. .._ Morning Worship Worship Service .__- 11OC .A.M. Florida Council of 100 is ,that I prevention of air and water poly 22 rifle or use firearms f ,r-

dina Beach City Hall On Saturday, Feb. ,6:30 p.m. Training Union Evening Service 7 p.m. private business. must also make i lution, throughout the state. Each Boy Scout Troop No. 213 attended nuhed by the Florida Game and
7:30' p.m. Evening Worship Wednesday Bible Study 730 p.m. government its business if Flor- subject is vital to the develop- I the first of a series of Fresh Water Fish Commission.
9 And Saturday, Feb. 23-9 A.M. To Wednesday prayer service, 7:3(' ida is to attain maximum pro- |i ment of our economy. Committee courses on conservation and the

1 P.M. And 2 P.M. To 5 P.M. p.m. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN gress. Accepting this philosophy I.findings and recommendationshave proper handling of firearms, Unenlightened people are t-!
have work already received state and ways sure their way IS the b.s t
# iflr 'CHURCH we private ,enterprise sponsored by the Northeast Flor-
Cost Of, The Inoculation "'ill"Be.00 And 50c Will ST. PETER CLA VElt'S Amelia. City Near Intersection ing with government .promote. federal recognition.It Ida Sportman's Club at their club way and are ready to back it
Be Charged For A City Dog- License Tag. Total Cost CHURCH AlA our great stat is evident that" much has grounds in Yulee_last Saturday. up with fists or dabs, at the

Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd, 5th A. F. Gerbhardt, Pastor And, the purpose of the Coun been accomplished to effectuate Area Supervisor, Leon J. Bar- drop of a hatKenneth
$=.50. and AdvertiserKenneth
Sunday u 7:30 a.m. 8:00 a.m. Morning Service cit is to assist the Governor and I both the philosophy and purposeof He Jr., and Lee M. Crews, Wild- 1- News

.:J.: CLAYTON SANDERS Sunday Mass _..-..-,..-._.., 2nd, 4th 9:00 ,a.m. ,Sunday' School state agencies under his direction the -Council since May 26, 1961,. life Officers of the Florida Game Square, Pa.
, Sunday ..._, _.,11.30 a.m. in attracting new industries i the date'of organization. This, and Fresh Water Fish Commis-
Acting City Manager # # "- stimulating the tourist economy, I then, is haw an experiment in sion, instructed the boys with an I
Florida, a novel approach among of old and
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH aiding higher/ education and instituting impressive array new
PINE GROVE BAPTIST Rev. J. T. Dunnam Pastor new programs to develop I the fifty Mates, has worked ands firearms in the hunter's safety I
k CHURCH I Sermon: A.M. "The Great Con- the almost untapped natural working. course, and showing a movie film I W: _
Rer. A. Z. Knight, Pastor "
entitled "The Gun Workshop.
fession. resources that bless Florida.
Sunday School ..__9:45 a.m. i p.M, "Wounded And'By The. Coordination of philosophy and Ice"To The officers informed the boys I
Morning Worship 11 a.m I Roadside." j "Holiday On that at the next meeting of the
Training Union 7:00 pjn. purpose required an active mem-|,
Me' Ja110i Evening Worship 8:00 pjn. i Worship Services: 8:30 A.M. bership of leaders in industry, i group, the first Saturday in
11:00 A.M. ; Present 18th March, they would be allowed to
Wed. Night Prayer business and education as well .
I' use 22 rifles, receiving 15 roundsof
Meeting __._: 8 7:30 P.M. as representatives of '''the profes-
pjn. Sunday School ....__._ 9:45 A.M. sions. How well, the Council has ammunitions each, and would
: EditionHoliday
In A Magnificent Mountain Setting Training Union _6:15: P.M. take their first lesson ..in. marks
7:45 _._.._._..., Prayer Meeting succeeded is, best indicated by
Prayer Service .._.. Wednesday selected results> manship. i
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., 7:30 P.M. In the search for industry, On Ice of 1963 will be Scouts taking the five-week ;
BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH Fred 0. .Dickinson, Council at the Jacksonville Coliseum from; course will receive credit towardsthe
429 South 6th Street TABERNACLE BAPTIST Chairman ascertained that Gould Tuesday March 19 through Sun- Marksmanship'and Conservation

Rev. John O'Neil, Pastor CHURCH National Batteries, .Inc., St. Paul, day.March 2-J with nine performances Merit Badges. "HAPPY" IS HAPPYTO
Sunday Services: Amelia Road Phone 251-3187\ Minn., was interested in estab scheduled. The meeting was opened and BE INFEItNANDINA
10:0d: A.M. __ Sunday School Rev. Loyd Chambers, Pastor lisping a plant in the Orlando This is the 18th annual editionof conducted by the Boys' Rifle Club BEACH

11:00 A.M. Morning Worship Sunday School ___._. 10 a.m. area. Arrangements were made the world famous Attraction': of Callahan.The .
t 6:30: pjn. B.T.U. Morning Worship __ 11 a.m. for a company official to "meet that features top skaters from next meeting of the group Hove You Met Him?
7:00 P.M. Men's Prayer Service Evening Worship '7 p.m. with Orlando area members. Sucha all sections of the United Statesas will be held Saturday, March 2nd,

7:80 p.m. Evening Worship Wednesday Service ._...._ ,7 .m. meeting was held' and one ,of well as from eleven different' at the Sportsman's! Club in Yulee, i I
Tuesday: off -* ,VT the members, William G. Haynie, nations.
7:00 p.m. Visitation. Selection of the
CHURCH OF GOD spearheaded efforts to secure top production
Cor. 4th and Cedar Sts. this new industry. The required number is' just about impossiblewhen
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Rev L Marvin Johnson, Pastor information assistance and ad- there are 18 feature num-
Rev. E. A. Lewis Pastor bers on the Holiday' The
10:00: a.m. --.f Sunday School vice were provided. The result was program.
Old World Charm-wonderful food-gorgeous Bridal 10:00 a.m. Sunday School 11:00: a.m. Morning Service that the company V;LS sold on youngsters will thrill to the sightof
11:00 a.m. Worship! Service their storybook favorites in
YPE. Friday Evening 7:30 Orange County and purchased a
Suite, dancing, bridge, bingo, movies, shuffleboard, 6:3(&p.m. _C. A.Youth Services I 7:30 pjti. ,_. Evening Service p.m. plant site. The construction is "Holidayland" and the "Sleeping SAFE

Olympic size pool, art lesons, and rock hunting-near 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service I Prayer meeting Wednesday = scheduled for completion this Beauty." The skating pirates and DEPOSIT
Thursday mid week service 7:30 p.m. the dancing Kangaroos will keep
golf and craft Biltmore 7:30 them and "The Sleep TRAVEIER SCHEC BANK
courses-antique shops p.m. '* ok ok To stimulate the' tourist economy wide-eyed
& FIRST PRESBYTERIAN the Council 'has carried' out ing Beauty" will take them into KS BY .MAIL
Mountain trailsdrives pleasing rates.
ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC CHURCH many projects. One such pro- the land,of enchantment.As .
CHURCH Rev. John Dozier. Pastor gram now in full swing is as ef- in the past, Holiday On Ice

Write Harry Tracy, The InnkeeperThe Sunday Mass __ 2nd 4th Sermon: "The Touch of the fective as conducted in any state. is family entertainment, featuring -

Sunday ,_, _- 7:30 a.m. Master's Hand." Heading this program are mem- accomplished skaters beautiful MONEY
Manor on Charlotte Street in Asheville, Sunday Mass ,_'_.._.. 1st, 3rd Worship Services;' ..11:00 A. M. bers Byron C. Shouppe, St. Pet- costumes and dazzling production CHECKINGORDERS'
5th Sunday, 11:30 a.m. Sunday School 9:45 A.M! ersburg, and Benjamin H. Oeh- numbers. Stars of past ACCOUNTS
North Carolina Daily 8 a.m. Youth Meetings ,_ 6:00 P.M. lert, Jr.,,.. Orlando. The program years, Alice Quessy Ray Balmer,
Alfredo Mendoza, The Williams
.- Saturday Convent Chapel. encompasses a message of friendly
y NORTH 14th STREET ,Family John LaDue, Tommy Allen -
. 6:30: Communion in Convent Florida., The emphasis is: on
BAPTIST CHURCH Jane Morris and the Max
6:30 P.M. Young People's residents who are courteous, cordial -
Try A Classified Ad For Quick Results Meeting.NOWSEEWHATSNEW of Rev. Ran Humphreys, Pastor and who greet visitors and wells will return better than ever. SAVINGS LOANS
-- .- \ 9:45 a.m. Sunday School tourists with a smile. They will be joined by newcomers, ACCOUNTS ALL Tl'P ES -

/ 11:00: a.m. Morning Worship Aid of the Council to higher Ted Deeley Barbara Martin and A NIGHT
.: 7:00 pan B.T.U. education is worthy of attention. Johnny Leech, to name a few. DEPOSIT
8:00: p.m. Evening Worship The scientific i and technical higher Tickets for Holiday On Ice of
i' 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week Services education committee, under 1963, are now on sale at the Jack

,, Wednesday chairmanship of _Stanton D. San- sonville Coliseum and Auditor
ium, also the Hemming Park office -
AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'SFour son, Miami Beach, has. proposeda
r CHURCH OF GOD far-reaching program to gear and the out of town box of
.- At Five Points Florida higher education to the fices. All seats are reserved with
'" Carl Gold, Pastor Recommendations pf promenade and boxes $3.50 lower
: kinds of sport-all There's the Chevy II Nova, also avail Phone' 261-5538 this space committee age. have been consid- mezzanine $2.50 and upper mez- ,
. super able in an SS version. Special instrument Sunday School ___.._ 10 a.m. with favor by both Gover- zanine $2.00. Children half price Call us.about any.banking.service:. you.:might i
,Want to make spring come in a hurry? cluster. Front ,buckets. All-vinyl trim. Morning Worship _.. 11 ajn. ered Saturday and Sunday at the
nor Farris Bryant and the State on have in mind, or.stop in. We can take care of
whatever Distinctive identification.. Fourteen-
Just pick a new car with you Young People's Endeavor 5.00 matinees. ,
hanker for in performance and sporty trim. inch wheels and tires with full wheel 7 Sun.. Board of Control. p.m. all financial needs promptly and will
? Member R. F. Raidle, Palm Evening performances are your
mings-like bucket seats, 4-Blfeed: ( J shift, disk Thre. peed shift or Powerglideiith Evangelistic Service 7:45 Sun. 4*
of horses-and start driving now with floor-mounted shift console. '* -* Beach is chairman of a commit. scheduled Tuesday through Friday, consider it a privilege to be helpful. %**"
,Chevy's got a lot of sport in four entirely Or the Corvair Monza Spyder with complete ST. PETER'S EPISCOP.ALCHURCH tee raising $100,000 to finance a at 8:00: p.m.; Saturday March 23
different kinds of cars. instrumentation, special identification special study for improvement of at 1:00 p.m.; 5:00: p.m., and S:45:
First the Jet-smooth Impala Super and an air-cooled Turbocharged Six. Florida's higher educational sy pjn. The Sunday programs startat
..Sport with your choice of 7 And for a real wallop see Neil I. Gray, Rector stem. On December 20, 12 he 1:00 p.m. and 5:00 pm.
different engines that range up the stunning Corvette StingRay 7:30: a.m. Holy Communion .presented a check for $35,000 to The opening )performance of 1'IWRDA 1
to 425 hp and that include the SUPR SPORT winner of the "Car Life" 1000 a.m. Choral Eucharist Governor Bryant. He anticipatesthe I Holiday on Ice of 1963, on Tuesday -.
'popular Turbo-Fire 409 with 1963 Award for Engineering 11:15. ask Church School. Classes balance will be raised soon. I March 19 at 8:00: p.m.: is for
1 k Nion ft Bant!
340 hp for the ultimate in Excellence. substantial
is Uni-
of Jacksonville
This a the benefit
Gol success
.smooth, responsive driving in All told, four beautiful conmoderntratic.Optionalequip CHURCH Or ) OF
contribution to the present and versity with all profits going to .. ,...... .
vertibles four handsome \
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ment, including Comfortilt coupes. You'll get a four. ReV. II. C. Drury, Pastor future welfare of the state. J. U.Bulldog. ; c. reri1a ";tI :C Quac

steering wheel that adjusts barrel kick just looking them 'I 10:00: a.m. _. Sunday School Not to be overlooked is the .

to your convenience makes it .O\'er-and a whole lot moreas 11:00 a.m. Morning Service' commendable work of the com- Tenacity we!. ,fDIIIt super a sport as you'd like fun out of driving one! 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service mittee on natural ,resources and A dogmatist is often one who
'Optional at extra cost. W.M.B. waterways.. This committee, un- doggedly pursues the wrong.
7:30 p.m. Wednesday V.LB. Young der chairmanship of James M. The Sacramento (Calif.) Bee .
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John L. Jones, pastor
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February meeting of the

) \ Bryant Academy Parent-Teachers '\ ; :. ,'
Association was held recently in { ti -
the cafetorium of the school, with .
Gladys Henry vice-president, pre r '
siding. 5." Automatic cooking With Cook-Mas.t
.. The president: with
along sev- ter oven control
eral other members, was unableto
attend because of illness.
6 Instant heat with ed-Heat sur
Highlights of the meeting included LIBERAL
an interesting and informative faces unit .

.... account of the P-TA District '. c b :: TRADE IN

{ Council meeting held at Pine 0 Storage galore with full-width. storage .
1 ,., rL in Callahan. '' '
ti c :, Forest Reports were drawer ALLOWANCES
i given by -delegates, Emily Gil- t'

.... I yard and Julius Henry; Group .:
Fully f''N .Clean Oven out like
.. Leaders, Frances Holliday and e pulls easy terms

Frank Owens; and Consultant, drawer, cleans like ,dream no u

,. James B. Bryant, principal. t. squat, stoop, stretch or strain.
Audrey Terry was named alternate
: Top-Contfte Sting Ray Sport Coupe and Corsair Moats Spyder Club Coupe BelwItjl delegate to the State P-TA .,
: ttmoW IMpala SS Convertible;rijW,Ckerj 11 Non JOO SS Cmutrtille. (dll f our evadable Convention being held in Fort -'. '.
:PIGIDAIREidependabihty. ,
.... ia both 'ttMfrtiUt And eonpt models. Super Sport end Spader equipment optional at extra cost) Lauderdale. Enjoy- 30" Electric Model RD-39-63

See "Operation Alphabet" seems to .'. '_ ,. '- j Choice of four colors white
: Jour entirely different kinds 0}cars at your,Chevrolet dealer's Showroom \ : .__ or
have gotten off to an excellent
t1\' : "'. > start through cooperation of PTA "t.. \

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Woodward Motor Company Banners Grade,were Barbara won Barns by the, Sponsor Second Florida Public Utilities -
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-'. seventh .grades, a tie, Manptr
SOUTH 8TH STREET PHONE 261-3636 Pleasants and Frances Hollidajare
I sponsors of these grades. _

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