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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 28, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME 105 NUMBER 24 FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA T THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28,1963 10 PAGES THIS ISSUE lOc PER COPY
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!(I \Over 100! Top Sports Car Drivers Expected









All! roads will lead to Fernan For Golden Crown Prix Saturday Sunday


dina Crown Beach Prix on and Saturday the Golden and''' I

Sunday, and, if today's weather
will just hold through the week I' -
end an overflow crowd is ex Third Annual Event I *

pected. Motels are already bulg Tentative List For Golden Crown Prix '
ing with reservations and hous Entry Scenes From 61 and 62 Golden Crown Prix'sRoger

ing for participants and visitorsis Entries for the Golden Crown Prix were coining in fast at press time and the bulk of Expected To Draw

already a problem. If you have .. .. ....' ..... .
accommodations Available and the drivers are expected to register on Friday night as they arrive for the. races. Over -- r"f. ''','''''-et;' : :- : i \0.

would like to have ,them occu I 100 race drivers are expected to compete. Entries at press time follow: Overflow CrowdBy t t. ,.,.- :I Ii -- .' ,. :t- .

pied Friday night and Saturday '
i CAR ,.Att'a; ,
night, call Ruthie Brown, chamber N'0. DRIVER CITY & STATE CAR. ; CLASS BOB GINGLES
secretary, and tell her what All the sights and sounds of

you have. The Jaycees have put 00 Carl Stringfellow Birmingham, Ala. Austin-Healey EP big league sports car racing will rt. .,
in a tremendous amount of workon 1 Fred Glaesner Charleston, S. C. A.. Ii. Sprite GP be here this weekend as the flag ; '
this annual effort and it behooves 2 Bob Staples Miami, Fla.Charlotte Porsche EP drops on the third annual running } --

every citizen to lend them 3 Jake Mclaughlin N. C. Merlyn\ GM of the Golden Crown Prix. The 9'j' '

any possible support. Sports car 4 W. T. Lucas- Augusta, Ga.Birmingham .. Porsche EP race program has attracted 62'' t :c- ''...
racing is an exciting sport that 5 Karl Everett Ala. Lotus BP entrants to date, with more than "" h .
continues to gain each year in C Jack Morse Charleston, S. C. I A. H. Sprite HP 100 expected by Saturday .
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international interest and the 7 Howard Fowler Miami Springs, Fla. Porsche. EP '
Tlie
Divisional
local races may well become justas 8 James B. DeBrine Sanford, Fla.Birmingham Renault' s'. Sedan Jaycee-sponsored
races are staged by the Central !
famous as Florida's other big) 9 George Barber Ala. ? Porsche BP '
Florida Region_ of the Sports Car'
event, the Sebring Grand Prix of 10 Arnold Davis Orlando, Fla. Nardi : F-V
Club of America and held at the
Endurance. Come Saturday morn 11 Ray Newman Augusta, Ga.Charleston ,', Lotus F. Jr. Fernandina Beach Municipal Air- .....",.w_ ......_._
ing 111 be heading for the trackat 12 John Deering S. C. Triumph \ FP < : ;: '

the airport. See you there. 14 William Hamilton Augusta, Ga. Porsche ;J EP port.The ...:"\ .:.<. .. : ::; : ;iT.
vT 15 Bill Ticktin Augusta, Ga. .\ Lotus 7, Super. BP busy program begins at 7 ;:

16 Gerald Young* Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. : Porsche EP p.m., Friday, with driver regis. '. ".' .
Did you notice the colorful effect 17 C. K. Birmingham, Ala >"Lotus 7 BP tration and car safety inspectionat
Thompson Super
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achieved by the flying of the ',' the Recreation Center.On Ii\\c\\:
22 Wick Williams Chattanooga, Tenn. ', ; 'Maserati CM : '' ,i
8 flags of Fernandina Beach in : :
front of the Florida National 24 Peter Marinelli Madeira Beach, Fla. I. Lotus A7Ferrari FP Saturday' practice session
26 J. R. Fulp, Jr. Anderson, S. C. Dino EM will last from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00,
Bank Monday. My hat is off
on 29 Jet Stevens & Alice Miami Springs, Fla. Porsche EP and the first of 3 races starts lat _
bank Louis Ferreirafor
to president ,
this appropriate way of blend 31 Larry Perkins Eau Gallie, Fla. >. '' Cooper F. Jr. 3:30: p.m.

ing the rich history of Amelia 32 Jesse Emerson Gainesville, Fla. '.4s Alfa Romeo DP Saturday night there will be
Island in with the bank's saluteto 33 John Hill Cocoa Beach, Fla. > ( MG (DOC) I .EP dancing' athe Golden Crown
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31 Ralph Odom Atlanta, Ga. J Porsche EP the Recreation
the 100th anniversary of the Prix Ball, 8 p.m. at -
37 Jim Bolanger Maitland, Fla. Porsche' EP
/f Center.
signing of the National Bank Act '
39 Don Michalove Hendersonville, N. C. ; Lotus XI GM from 9 I
by President Lincoln. I wish there Sunday practice runs
were more of these colorful flags 41 David Reaves Gainesville, Fla. Fiat Spyder HP to 10 a.m. and the first of 6 races ,
34 Bob Stoddard, Lin Coleman Jacksonville, Fla. .. Porsche BP I
and that they could be exhibited starts at 10:30 a.m. j
47 George Robertson Locust Grove, Ga. Corvette Sting Ray AP I
on more occasions, if not permanently : Also on Sunday, the JAYCEES
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48 John Thornton Atlanta, Ga. AC Bristol CP j
in some strategic local -, will host 'an FAA approved FLY-
49 Jerry Morgan .' Merlyn F. Jr
IN and much air is '
activity ex-
spot. 51 Ted Tidwell Augusta, Ga. *" I ; Porsche DP "
55 Dave 'Pearl Atlanta, Ga. J Fiat-Abarth : HP pected. j I

I've had a great deal of sup 57 W. G. Dunn Orlando, Fla. : B IC.; 'l F. Jr. The 2.8 mile track is laid out ,_ _
port for my recent suggestionthat 59 George Cornelius Jacksonville'Fla. Triumph.-' FP on ,the airport's runways. and taxi- _

publicity for this area should i 60 D. S. & D. F. Sammis Valparaiso, Fla. Lot sjXI?, GM ways. The asphalt surface and no t
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emphasize the island angle more 62 George "Pogo" Avent Kingstree, S. C. Begra : 1 HM banking. .. on the eleven tricky x
and my strongest support to date 67 R. H. Smith Eglin, AFB Porscbe' :'. 'i4 EP- turns should provide plenty of!
comes from none other than na G8 M. D. Smith Eglin, AFB ':' Porsche 1 'EP thrills for the sp /.tators,

tive son T. Howard Kelly As 69 William Tyler Charleston, S. C.. Formcar F-V |Refreshment: sl' n4s will be, _

most local residents know, T. 70 Walt: Hane. f Maitland, Fla.Jacksonville :, .. .FOJ n ar If .: F-y manned! ; ;(or should\it. b; ladies] : '_
Howard began making a name j 71 Bill Bencker v /r Fla. 'i Porsche" :'; .' ..' :.' ,DP bi ,the Little Women. and are
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for himself as early as World 77 R. Powell Thompson \Birmingham, Ala.' ',' Lotos s"7, Super .- BP' '' strategically'placed .'throughout Pen ke,.shown, ,here after winning (he, first GolHen tTrowrt-I Prix, went on to win

War I with his full length war \ 85 Dick SutherlandBirmingham,'Ala: ,1 MG Midget ''JGP the spectator areas. *" *,* the index of performance at Sebring and was named national champion sports car
book "What Outfit 'Buddy?" and 86 Roger West Birmingham, Ala. 'MG budget t. GP' (Continued on Page Two) driver in his class in 1961.City .

since that time has achieved national 87 Tommy VanHoozier Knoxville, Tenn.Birmingham ZinkPetiteFerrariChev. HM .

recognition as a top-flight 88 Tommy Charles Ala. CM .. ... ,
journalist, novelist and public relations 96 George Taylor Orlando, Fla. Lotus XI GM Mrs. Thompson Laid ; "., "'
expert. He maintains a 97 Richard Weis Oak Ridge, Tenn. Alfa Romeo FP -"i

home here, Kels Isle, on the lower 98 Elliott Robinson Brunswick, Ga.Chattanooga r Triumph ), DP I :'
end of Fletcher Avenue and man. 99 Wick Williams Tenn. MGA FP To Rest Following I : *

ages to make periodic visits des 111 Charlie,Kolb;._ Miami, Fla. J j.' Porsche RSK FM _
pite his still heavy schedule in 115 Tom DuPree' Miami, Fla. BMA Sedan Services Today 'L
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Chicago. In a later issue we will I 117 John Taylor Jacksonville, Fla. I Triumph S EP I : ,
reprint an article he had publish i 122 John Belperche Maitland, Fla. Porsche I EP { .
ed in Esquire in the middle thir : 124 Dave Kelly Marietta, Ga. I Porsche BP Mrs. Mollie Hardee Thompson. I J1j I
ties. The article, later reprinted : 132 Albert: Hildebrandt Chamblee, Ga. Porsche EP 50, was laid to rest today in Bos-i .fig>a? i v
in Reader's Digest, was titled I 144 W. Bowman Palm Beach, Fla. Porsche EM que Bello Cemetery, following j'I'
"Going Native, American Plan" 147 Dave Tallaksen Atlanta, Ga. Formcar F-V funeral at Memorial Methodist j

and contains a great deal about I 169 Robert McQueen Atlanta, Ga.Melbourne Formcar F-V Church at .3:30 p.m. Rev. John L. ,II

the geogrrphic and historic features I 171 Fred Minning Fla. Squirrel Cage HM Jqnes, pastor, officiated at the rte

of this area. Look for it, ,' ,I service and at graveside. I :
you're bound to like it if islands I Mrs. Thompson, widow of the -- --

and their attendant glamour fascinate !I Jax Auto Club late Lester G. Thompson, passed

you myself as they(See do Letters most, including to i: City To Observe Wo rid Day of Prayer I I Plans To Attend away home.. Tuesday afternoon at her Renews Natural Gas Discussions II


Editor) 'r Golden Crown Prix member of Memorial
With Service FridayWorld At First Baptistfrom She was a
I I Methodist Church, the Woman's .
vim Cyrus King, president of the Society of Christian Service, and Natural gas was the chief I The discussion was promotedby tion of bonds for the financing
with vigor
Here's a man John Day of Prayer will be 10:30: until 11:30 a.m. Fri Corvair Club of Jacksonville has I Humphreys Memorial Hospital item of interest at last night's' Commissioner Ben Sorensen, of the project and proceed with

and vitality to spaie.resident E. J. here i observed in Fernandina Beach day morning, with a city-wide announced that about 25 members'I Auxiliary. City Commission meeting and who has long been a strong pro. calling for bids. r" C

son, Sr., longtime service to be held at the First are planning to attend the Golden well over two hours was consumed -i ponent of the proposed local sy Sorensen added that be would
and more recently of Jesup, Ga., I Baptist Church. Crown Prix this weekend. She is survived by two daugh- in a discussion that, at times, : stem. He urged that the Com- like to see the project initiated
retired a few months back from. Tornadic WindsNassauville ters, :Mrs. Jean T. Lindquist of threatened to become heated. mission proceed with the valida- I right now so as to be ready ( '
I The club is about
his post of purchasing agent for The annual service is being j composed of i Monterey, Calif., and Miss Sue
Rayonier Incorporated After so sponsored by the First Baptist I j 100 members, all of which own Thompson of Fernandina Beach; the next winter season er Ko ;

many years of successful activityhe Church, Rev. J. T. Dunnam, pas the same type car, who are young I three sisters, Mrs. D. A. Partin : Florida Public Utilities Hall abandon the discussion e...
Rip Discusses pletely until a later date. -
has found retirement can ; tor; Memorial Methodist Church, business and professional men I and Mrs. T. S. Anderson, both of I
weigh heavily and has returnedto Rev. John L Jones, pastor; from the Jacksonville area. They Fernandina Beach, and Mrs. J. G. Slates Demonstration :, Commissioner E. J. JoS-on,

more active fields. As new : Big Property LossA First Presbyterian Church, Rev. meet socially and take weekend Steele of Belmont, N. C.; four Of. Cooking Friday Preservation For Jr., who has furnished the-only
manager of the Wayne County I John Dozier, pastor; and St. trips to various 'places of interest brothers, Noble Hardee of i opposition on the Commission- i

(Ga.) Chamber of Commerce, with heavy rainstorm that pelted Peter's Episcopal Church, presently through-out the state. Brownsville, Texas, Lewis Hardeeof Mrs. Alice Buell of West Palm I the proposed system as set up

offices: in Jesup, he should findan ''the North Florida area last Sunday without a rector. Many of the cars will actually I Southport, N. C., Marvin Har- Beach, home service director of Historical GroupThomas in the feasibility report by Harry
outlet for the 'drive that has: I morning spawned a small Women of each church who I be coming home since they were dee of Morgan City, La., and Dr. the Florida Public Utilities Co., II Hendon and Associate,' wRo
marked his career. As Buck Has- I tornado that swooped down in are coordinating the program :' purchased from Woodward MotorCo. Howard Hardee of Tampa; and will conduct a cooking demon-I will be engineers for the project
Hall in
kell, C of C president, there and | the Nassauville area and created and assisting the pastors are, here. I her mother, Mrs. John R. Hardee, stration at the company's offices the? G. for was the February chargeof if and when it is initiated, reit
another former local resident, puts''considerable havoc. Mrs. Edgar Saunderson, Mrs..! i Sr. of Fernandina Beach. here Friday morning.The meeting program of the General Duncan erated his previous stand in that
it, "with Jim's vast experience ir James Dunnam, and Mrs. Thad !! Pallbearers I. W. Hardee, ad he did not oppose natural, gu
The tornado picked back up Stratton Wingate were public is invited, in an | Lamont Clinch Historical Socie-
I for Fernandina Beach
public and industrial affairs, h I fter striking Nassauville and Lee, Jr., First Baptist Church, I Jr., Edward Wilson, Thomas H. in this issue, to enjoy coffee, ty, following brief words of wel- the facts and but only
will have little trouble adju tin i 'imped the Intracoastal water- Mrs. Gordon T. Butler, Memorial To Attend Public Askins, Eldridge Partin, Walt doughnuts. cookies and samples : come by the vice-president, William I the figures, set up in

to his new duties and this exper Ii vay as it leapfrogged over Fer- Methodist, and Mrs. Mercury I j i Meeting Here Friday Mierzejewski, and Paul Burns. of Mrs. Buell's culinary skill L Webb. I; proepectttg.
lence should be of great benefi i tandina Beach and went on outo Kavouklis. St. Peter's Episcopal;. ] She will be assisted by Carson ; fong Commissioner John Tiliakoa
to the Wayne County Chamber.: : sea. Church. Mrs. Ike Shiver will be I! State Senator Harry Stratton i McKendree, local company repre-j! Hall, ,a time resident of 4 said that he had expressed his

I The only effect felt in Perundina organist.The and State Representative Claude I 1 Dr. Smith Slates sentative. this of city, spoke on the and possibilities I approval of the proposed system
history, display
1963 theme for the World I, pre'nervation I several times already but that he
The growing number of unsightly Beach was a few minu- Wingate will attend a public i I McKendree is also assisting i) Fernandina Beach,
is "More I thought at the moment it wouldbe
Than
beer cans that dot th< 'es of almost gale force winds Day of Prayer from Ro meeting Friday night at the I II Credit Course Here !Mrs. Buell in a demonstration toj! in relation to the work done at better if the vaHdatUnufcfbond
shoulders of our highways lead md added precipitation. Conquerorsaken I Municipal Auditorium to answer the home economics class at'.: historical St. Augustine. I I
to wonder why the brewing The chief damage in the area mans 8:37: | prepared for use ': any questions concerning the up-I' Peck High School today. Mon- were held up until the
me
around the world by a, of Following the discussion, Hall matter be brought more clearly
companies can't come out with tvan eset by the tornadic winds was group i i coming session of the Florida In Anthropology day they will be at the Fernan i
Christian women of Korea. The i I presented the new slate of officers to the citizens through the necessary
that' blends in a tittle better to trees and roofs of several Legislature.The dina Beach High School and I
better houses. Although the primary purpose of the annual meeting is being stagedby for the socfety as follows: space in the local newspap.
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with nature's colorings or propertyloss Tuesday at the Junior High
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service is to lead the participants local Dr. Hale Smith, head of the I Mrs Jay BarteU, president; ere
ant'cglored was rather high no injurieswere a group of interested
still why not a can shaped School
to resemble a flower. Or suffered by those living in into an active experience of citizens who have some questions Department of Anthropology and I l I Louis A. Ferreira, vice-president; ': Tiliakos also said that it
Mrs. Evert Elvin
better still, why permit them the area. prayer they want answered concerningthe Archaeology at Florida State recording secretary might be best to hare some other
even It was unanimously voted by local and current University, will conduct a course, Merchants I In Favor ; Miss Alma Shuffleberger, I
to be there at all In some countries scene firm run a survey on the
the Merchants 'Assn. that all Anthropology 375, trimester III I I' corresponding secretary; and Ira proposed
events. Move
stringently enforced penal- Jr. Deputies To businesses; be ciosti during the A, in Fernandina Beach from Of Statewide Hall, treasurer.At system, presumably as a
v obviates such littering. I check the furnishedby
ties Get Profits of hour of service so that employeesmay I April 29 through June 14. I On Sunday Closing the introduction of 'each officer on figures
Spainhour Promoted Hendon and Associates.
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participate. "Summer Field Work in I Hall related a little of the "
I noted with interest that the March 10 Races The public is cordially invitedto i To Sales Engineer ropology" will be a six Anth-I The Fernandina Beach Merchants background of each # Bohannon, who ajumeaVnis

Tinles-Union chose Jeannie Solo- Profits from the Drag Races attend. I I course to be held Monday through I I Association voted Tuesday Born in Victoria, British Columbia post on the Commission tatter
mon as the first of a series ofJax's scheduled Sunday, March 10, at j In West Palm Beach Friday, frpm j7 a.m..until. noon, in favor of a statewide move Mrs. Bartels is extremely the green light had been given

fairest to grace the front the Municipal Airport Track,I Jack Murphy Dies [r Walter Spainhour, veteran of and 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. I:I to promote Sunday closing of i 1 interested in archaeology and 'I the project by the Federal .fewer
cover of the relatively new T-U will go to the Nassau County I Ij [seven years service here with The cost .per pupil will be $72 business establishments. I history, following a natural her- 'er Commission and financing had
magazine section. Jeannie is well- Junior Deputy Sheriffs' League, i j On Atlanta VisitI' ;.Florida Public Utilities Co., has for the entire 6 credit course, or' President B. B. Bailey said J itage from her grandfather who i II been arranged with the Housingand

known locally as a one-time member it was announced today. Friends of Jack Murphy, retired i been promoted and transferred $36 for a ,S credit course (minimum that he will secure additional information collected Indian relics in the Ten Home Finance Agency of the
of the famous June Taylor Gates will open' at 9 a.m. with < Army Colonel who made his to West Palm Beach as engineerin four hours daily.) I' on the move. i f Thousand Island, the Florida federal government, said that.be
dancers and for performanceshere time trial set for 2 p.m. The i I{ home at 2243 South Fletcher Ave., : the sales department. Anyone interested' in archaeological -. The group also discussed the I Keys and the Everglades for the backed up the prospectus are.
in the Lions annual minia- public is requested to use the : will ,regret to hear of his death I Spainhour's line foreman duties field techniques, identification i-I proposed removal of parking I Smithsonian Institute. She has pared by Harry Hwvdon and
trel. This fair miss is a niece of main entrance to the airport. 1 February 23, while visiting in Atlanta I will be assumed by Irvin and classification of Indian 'meters' from the downtown area I displayed a keen interest in. excavating 1 Auociates and those to go",along"

Bill and Winnie Melton and thereis I' Recent races here have attracted Ga. [ McKendree in addition to hi and colonial artifacts, is as a stimulus for business. Itj I and collecting artifacts with the venture. ti
a good chance she will be a I large crowds and the Funeral.was held Tuesday in I I present position as service de- urged to attend. I was cited by Bailey that Starke I since making }her home on Amelia i I Bohannon revealed that he had l
feature of this year's minstrel public b cordially invited to at*I Atlanta at Patterson Funeral partment foreman. McKendree For further information contact has just made such a move and i Island. studied the prospectus sad;(bat ,-

aliO, 1 ten4 March '10 Home:,_ ...*'-:, ; t j.--ha* been with FPUC tinci 1913 Mr?. jay Barteli at 261. S1. j (Continue on .fa.a Two) (Ccutod Qa ,Page two) I (Continud on Page TWP)) .

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:, P ra. Two -"- News-Leader, Fernandina'! Beach, Florida Thursday: ,February 28, 1963 : ,' __

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that some very serious consideration -1 For Colored:
FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER I Merchants In Favor
City Renews is in order "before proceeding ...
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511 ASH STREET PHONES 1686 3687 Know Your Florida, Laws with this. matter. ', leftist (Continued from Page Onet
A John H. Perry NewspaperRay Continued from "My position has been previously -
( Pages One) that Jacksonville Beach
removes
Caldwell, Editor and lnuI"t' I Prepared As A Public Service By I he' had secured first hand knowledge I I each based presented solely on point the by economic point, Plans ObservanceOf their meters after Labor 'Osy
from Lou HoffMan, an official j and only ont them back up 3&$
of this I cannot
I NATIONAL EDITORIAL, I I with Hendotf and Associates I aspect question. the tourist iiuibe
THE FLORIDA BAR the project 'in its ,present Women's season reopens
approve
: id: !A i and from former city Manager form, since it does not to DayAn Summer. -
C8T1 appear
; I IOCIJ.tO Russell Nahm, who also" : .
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: c-: The Statewide Organization Lawyers & Judges I be economically! sound. With this : observance- Wonren Day Harry Poole reported oatha
: : H;" ,jtvJ Iti I S.. Sponsored by Nassau County ,Bar Association was a strong and conducted proponent. of series the I j I conclusion, it is impossible to en- I will be held at the New Zion I quarterly meeting of the Florida
system a :1 vision any manner in which sucha Baptist Church on Sunday, March 1 I Crown Council here last S\ .
ARC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION of meetings with local to '
groups venture could be of benefit to 10. Industry, he said, was the *hwf
Why Such Complkated Laws? of lawyers and judges and have t
Published every Thursday and entered at the Post Office I promote the system: ,
4 ; topic of conservation an&"ii'ecited <<
community or to the people Emiy Marie McDonald acting
our
Fernandina Bach Flonda, as second class mail mattfr We have thousands of the same purpose as The Florida .
many Vayor E. J. Smith also expressed who comprise it." superintendent, will be i in chargeof the fine speech by ..jja
similar committees
with
laws. Our legal system in Amer. Bar, his approval of the. S]. Beard, of this city, to those -tn
still remain as tHey were in the working oA the local level for the The discussion then became Sunday School at 5:30 ajn.,
LETTERS TO ica is more complicated than stem and said that he consideredthe attendance from the other Ticountie
followed lesson
'of
I Beginning lovely and lonely rather general with several citizens by a review I II I
of the law and for
most because we have a systemof improvement tie-ins to 'other communities council ..
of the
I by Mrs. C. the 11
places of primeval mystery enchanted in attendance contributing I ?t. Bradley at i I ,
-The EditorFeb. I state governments within the the public welfare. as the chief selling point for the a.m. semce. ; The merchants ersdorse4 *
: by the wild immortal their views.
federal government. This means I What Is Meant Bjr Legal Ethics I system. I i Mrs. C.T Smith will be mistress I I World Day of Prayer and..*aid
21, iaf. music of sea and wind. And Professional Conduct Don Roberts, who beads a Junior
a double system of laws. Both He added that after studying that local stores wit J be rred
Mr. Ray Caldwell, Editor- Igr.. Have you ever driven' southward I I I Chamber of Commerce committee of ceremonies and Mrs. ,fe.;
Fernandina Beach News Leader on the beach beyond Ran- state and federal governmentshave As members of .a. profession, the feasibility report and checking that has furnished active Albert will introduce)the speaker, from l :30to 11:90 a.m. onm

Fernandina Beach, Fla. chito, my little beach house whichis separate legislative and : lawyers have' ant obligation to his own gas bill he found and strong opposition to the pro- Martha Owens, instructor at!I day. ......

Dear Ray: the last man-made thing on the judicial branches, as well as various maintain a hfgh_standard of pro 'I'hat natural gas would save him I I posed system, emphasized the Peck High School and a member 'z..

Speaking of the strange, ocean front for several miles? If departments, bureaus, and fessional conduct Legal etbJcs\ I $60 a year or $5 month. Jaycee stand and asked why the ; ef the First Baptist Church : Yawning is usually the aet of

str.,nS': sure-fire lure of islands i not, explore that saimitar-shaped commissions. We live by a systemof I are those rules of conduct adapted After hearing the other Com.'I city did not enter into bonded of this city. Alice Smith will"'I a person who inadvertently opens p

and you did so in a recent Just I stretch of silver sand someday.You legislative laws, directives,, by the profession to profit missioners express their approval i indebtedness if they considered render a solo. his mouth when he wishes others

Ramblin Around columa you may feel as cloistered as I regulations, and constitutional both the public and profess a, of the project, Johnson read ; the system feasible rather than The evening Worship will be 1'would shut theirs.

are so right. We are certainly often feel there between the I provisions superimposed upon the and to preserve our system: rb: I a, prepared statement which ,is securing the money from the Ii held at 6 pjn. with Easter Mary The Langford (S. D.) Bjgje
missing a great opportunity to I duns and tireless tide; and that vast'common law and rules of justice. A l lawyer's primary duty : carried! herewith in its entirety: i federal government Goston as mistress of ceremon-I.

attract tourists and residents tFjJaJigina I you have left the nearby artificial equity (fairness) developed over I h. loyalty to his client, and absolute -l "We stand at a crossroad on I R. B. Bailey, president of the ies. There will be outstanding
Beach by failing to world of other men fa! behind. centuries of time by the courts in I honesty is the, fundameBlJ r the question of natural gas for ,I Merchants' Association, said that musical selections from membersof Hear
advertise the romantic fact that I Then drive on past American England and in this country. The al l of .the lawyer's code. ij* 'Fernandiw Beach Shall we I the present .directors had been the Peck High ensemble and -
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The Buccaneer Trail (AlA) leads Beach to the elemental, virginal system cannot well be simplified Committees of The Florida B; I proceed, or should'the- matter' be. polled on the subject and that Melodian Singers. There will b The Study .

directly to legendary, historic and beauty of our island'sbrooding, because each law or rule was work constantly to mainiaijthese i dropped? 5 were against the proPQsed system -, readings and solos by Willi Poster's ,. II

enchanted Amelia Island. primordial places on South End. framed to govern some situation public service standards I "J.. t's review Itq'e' background.Some as opposed to 2 for 2 that I Mae Session and Daisy M. \Vhite. ReRan Humphrey ,,

I am sure I need not belabor Long ago in a fiction story, I arising in our very complex modern While exclusive jurisdiction 't>f : :ye rs' _ago,, when 'natural ,did not choose to vote at this I Beatric Walker is ,beautification I

the -unfailing appeal of islands to wrote i "Coming upon them gives commercial and social life. discipline of attorneys is ves !din gas made its t appearance in the time. -' [ chairman and the- .finance I 8:30 A3!. .
the fanciful feeling that you the discussion had committee is, Mrs. M.1. E Peck, .
everyone, especially mainlanders. you What Is "Preventive" Law? the Supreme Court of Florida, Northeast Florida section After the open <
Being an Amelia islander-by have unexpectedly reached island the Court has clothed the Bar pipeline owners., and promoters t waned somewhat, Sorensen moved Lottie Williams and Susie Dasher. I Monda| Thru FiidayWPAP ,
birth blood, breeding and !.flings shores at the tip of a tropic rain A person too often thinks of with authority to !investigate, try were forced :to 1'e'atemarkets.- for that Acting City Manager Annie B. Wade is chairman

I have always been fascin- bow far beyond the scheduled call his lawyer as a "last resort," to and enter judgments in disciplinary their pr duct; Toward this end, Clayton Sanders contact Hendon of public refations committee of I

ated ,by the abiding interest of of ships and planes. Enchantment be consulted only when a dispute 'I matters. The Court disbar -! many communities were' contacted -"! and Associates and determine if I Ester M. Person and Mae Ola }
mankind in islands, esoeeially loiters in these languorous, palm- seems likely to result in litiga. may and the then 'existing commission the original figures for construct Watkins.Rev 1570 K.C. .
semi-tropical or tropical isles that guarded places which even in repose tion. .Many disputes .could be- suspend or censure a lawyerfor I feeling that this mfght t of the system were still in C. J. Watkins is pastor. I :

offer some, escape from the crowded seem mysteriously awake. avoided, at small cost to the unprofessional conduct or le of benefit to Fernandina r effect and that, if so, they be I .
There is an ardent promise of romance for acts involving moral turpi agreed to- look further,at the instructed to for the has Ij j--
places. Every time I have ever i client, by agreements. and contracts pos: prepare The cost of the system
told. anyone that I was born on in the salt-sweet'. And correctly and properly tude. sibilities. Since no funds were city to call for bids and that been set at $1,870,000.
: tAr linger in their lights and shadows What Is "Unauthorized PrarticeZ"Una.uthorized available concern was enaed I when bids opened and evaluated -
tEe sea island of Amelia just offFlorida' drawn and phrased in the first were In other business the Commis
northeastern coast, I is to fall beneath a spell of place. An ounce of prevention is practice is the to studythis; matter, make a report -' the city proceed with validation II sion named Bohannon to the seat

must tell much more. And when. : sediction that holds you -r as it worth of in the rendering of legal service or advice and receive their fee for the 'I of the bonds to finance. on the Board of Adjustment pre
ejer I. Jay I am going back home holds us natives -* to the very a pound cure I by a person, ,not admitted by project engineering only 'if the I the project. ; viously held by T. H. GoolsbrA .
t* my native inland! people look end." I spend a great deal of time courts..Lawyers have, experienced the Supreme Court to the practice matter proved feasible, and was Here again, Tiliakos urged A request from John T, Barnes IiSUH1iOU11L1-
iJbtlfVffvious and wistful, then down there when on the island, the futility of trying to protect a I of law. Lawyers object'to the installed. I that the public should be fur- I. to transfer a lease agreement
I sometimes I still camp ,therea client who has carelessly signed "Theresults of' this all the facts in the feasibility -
bj>g for directions. : unauthorized practice of law, not prospectuswere nished from his name to C. La- '
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I Foisome forty years, I have la a beachcombing Robinson I away his rights before ever seeking because of self-interest (for:' frequently received' ,and accepted as report and what has been mar Perdue and Ray Beville for :
\ rittetf scores of island fiction Crusoe* South End's spellbindingeffect I legal advice. As a service to j they could make higher presented by the' 'engineering ''to date before such action is trampoline property\ at the beachwas MOR1GOEIILw .

mid fact stories whose reception on me has never attentuated i the public, The Florida Bar and I fees in correcting the work done group. Upon the, recommendationof taken. passed.

has proved all over again that 5sIJnds j through the years and I knowit :local bar associations have undertaken ..J by untrained, unauthorized persons the' engineers, and with the Sorensen held to his motion Following the regular session

are most men's secret, never will : a program designed topoiit 1 ), but because l lawyers know concurrence' of fiscal agents' the I but failed to get a second. ,the Commission studied a pro

super '(dream places. Today mores I Quite sometime ago, ESQUIRE j out, through leaflets, plat. that the rendering of legal service matter was ,presented to 'a government After considerable further discuSsion posed lighting system for the cost policy provides the""

than ever, the inner yearning r published my inclosed "GOING form and radio talks, and other I advice by such constitutes agency for a loan, since, Bohannon moved that City Ball Park. Sanders and Director money {hat can help pay the I
of mans weary from his own selfcorroding I NATIVE, AMERICAN PLAN," :means, some of the situations I or a real danger persons to members I in the opinion of the City's ad I the acting city manager 'be instructed I of Public ,Works Jim )Jf the breadwinner kmortag4 :

civilization, is: to reachan which gave Fernandina, Amelia where "preventive" law will help visors, the project was too marginal to contact Harry Hen. Beard revealed: that they had dies. Plan now to leave your I
-island beach and tarry there and vicinity much glamorous "is people avoid trouble and loss. j of the public. Lawyers know that to secure money) from private don and Associates and the I visited the Jacksonville Ball home debt-free. See us for j

fiuLiHittle while perhaps forever I'I. land" publicity, particularly as it I'i Why Bar Associations? while a non-lawyer may have! I sources., The government I HHFA to find out if .the economic Park on Tuesday to study the, details no obligation! .

was reprinted in READERS DI- I some knowledge about one ,phase t tI. agency approved the loan application -, factors have been changedas system there and secure' information '

Georgia, our sister state, has GEST. I inclose it and the cover I All persons, including judges, of the law, in any given instance 'on the promise that all i to cost, and to, secure the price that would.. be helpful
successfully glamourized and pubcized I I of the READERS DIGEST issue entitled to practice law in Flor- I. the facts may make applicable facts had been studied. locally i of an engineering report from a locally. WOOTEN
I I in which it with the ida are members of The Florida other laws 'of which the non-law and correct. this and that stud '
)$ her golden sea isles. As appeared were concern on system The Commissionhas : ) a :
you suggest we should do likewise thought that it may be of some Bar, although only those engaged : yer is ignorant It is far: safer "At this point, the commission I. this report be :made to the city number of applications for the Insurance Agency. I

with our Amelia Island I interest or help in your efforts to : in the practice of law areeligible, I'' for the public to rely on an ex. approved by a "4 to 1 vote a m' commission when secured. post of City Manager and it is CALL ELLEN SHANK1 :.

Klonda's FIRST golden, sea is I emphasize the AMELIA ISLAND I; to vote or hold office, The Florida pert in any field of endeavor, be it tion to proceed. with tonstruclion, Bohannon's motion was seconded expected ,that an appointment I

land. Before Spring and Summer angle of Fernandina Beach advertising I I Bar was created "for the purposeof I, law, medicine, accounting, or any on the- promise that the government I' by ,Sorensen.. and passed. will be .made jn ,the near future. -
are upon us again we should and publicity. If you. inculcating in its members the other technical field. II: and engineering concerns --- -- ------..-- --- -

erect signs at strategic road sites I have any ihterest in running any.'principles of duty and service to I I| Why Do Young Men Choose' The I were expert in this field, which I.

proclaiming that storied Amelia:parts of the article' please feel the public, improving the administration .|i Legal Profession? !I overode the objections voiced. i

Island, lies only a few miles aheadin free to do so as I own all re-print : of_ justice, and advancing -I Lawyers nter their profession I "What jvere the objections? 261.5503'I

the southern sun and sea. I rights. the science of jurisprudence". : because they are drawn by their Basically, fiat the'economics were
Such signs would certainly I As ,ua.1..1 plan to come back Committees of The -Florida_ Bar J temperaments into work which not sounclt The engineers admitted iI
work their magic on thousands,of 'to our ISLAND'sumetime' in* working constancy ,for the on sevwal occasioai tit var- :
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are calls for patient'study! and ability
motorists who would, as you indicated i April and remain two or three .improvement of the law and for to and analyze. -Prospective ious isterelted groups, that we I STOP
"Fernan. months which time I i reason to sell this :
pass by mere I during .certainly the- public welfare. In addition, in law students warned could not expect product
dma Beach" signs at CO miles per want to see something' : are te users' of Keros n and I
hour. I know from experience I you. each of the, 16 judicial circuits, I' against taking up law to get rich. I!: fuel oH, :because our price level I p
tpat island seekers who come to.. Best wishes, and keep pushingand into which Florida has been divided A lawyer sells! }his time and ad- was not tompet tive. This leave NOW
I ; one or more local, (that Is,, | vke. It is an honorable, ancient
Amelia will not be disappointed. pressing the ISLAND angle. the LP, gas :consumer as our
Ijecause, except for our settled, I It's a winner! ,cityt county, or circuit) bar asso-. (profession and the chance to, be major potential. customer and yet I t'I
inhabited places, much of white. Sincerely, | ciations have been organized..1 1 of service to the public is indeedan the prospectus shows all types of AT

btached. green jungled shores. I T. Howard Kelly These are voluntary organizations attraction' to young men. .1 I fuel consumers' as potential cus I I'' 1 1I
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1 revised j>rospectuss wa: ,
answer a
: The' (Continued From Page One) submitted, paring the rates, 'cutt I
0 I and low Prices O.h Broke Relining
to the bone ,
One of the 'special features of showing ting a return any to ,revepue pay .rff the I, .
I the Golden Crown Prix is .that
investment onlyif .all of the 'pro- r

; The. Florida National Bank I' from spectators their may cars view and ..with.1ieir the races* jected a growth customers basis could'outlined'be fn servedon the I 7i I

radios tuned to WPAP, hear complete _
i survey. ,However, the new rates
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coverage. competed only fef.a very limited .
Golden Crown Prix admissionis
: Of Fernandina Beach I $1.00 Saturday $2.00 Sunday without areaand'eouI4 further' jeopardizing nt.b \reduced the :'

children under 12 free. .
entire pro5 cE. This! was dismissed *-
Jaycee Wives are assisting the
I the engineers, with the comment
,,, Jaycees in staging the, races and by
could '
; that,LP. gas prices 1
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Golden Crown Prix ball.this.
p .. "to.. ,tI .... '" :. I weekend. Meeting last Thursday not be reduced to competitive .*_. ,
is .not
I in regular sessipn, plans were levels.. Such a statement I _ _5'r 1MY 1' ififi! 'J .. a '
completed for their assistance in borne out by conditions in ther ....,...,
,Salutes'l 'where .
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for this. commodity, I I .LI
The Jaycees wish to express of distribution, have F1 L I I IIWEDO
: -T-t; TheSigningofThe- : their appreciation to the Little the point
two ((2)) cents '
I Women for their work with the run approximately less. than ,our cost at )1 I
gallon
: National Bank Act '" concessions, the West Nassau per ..
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and the Fernandina
Jaycees "The major part of, our invest ': I .' t.
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Beach High School Key Club "
$1450,000.00 (f-
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: *- 'February 25, 1863 for their cooperation in planningfor covers a trunk pipe I line from ;' -
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crowd control and the Cityof
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Jacksonville, to connect a
\ Fernandina Beach and Chamber distribution system estimated at Clean and adjust spark plugs. Check-coil! and condenser.. ..
By' of Commerce for the valued $675,009.00. Two- I ..-,

assistance they have rendered. approximately thirdsof ear customer potential : Clean and set points Check generator. '
And is offered '
t President Abraham Lincoln all equal others appreciation who have assistedin is in Fernanama yet tlie cost of I' voltage reguktor__ 1
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reaching them, in proportion; to Set timing.
.. '- any way. the customer pot lltia\ available :, () Check battery. --
along the route, is completely i iI Adjust carburetor.
'. : Hall DiscussesContinued I I backward This fact establishes I '
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II I our rates at ahigh ; .
: \ ., cannot compete ,
( from Page One) I attractive rates, we : -
i. t, :. Mrs. Bartcls leda discussion for customers, and without i t *
: We Are Proud To Join With Other Bonks i I on the aims and projects of' the customers we cannot survive. I

-' .- society for the coming year,' followed "Each of us has glees eansid-:
; .I In Celebrating! by the announcement that erable thought; to- this question, ] cOR66 '
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I a membership letter would be inthe but our conclusions have net been j

mails after March 1. All par the same. History seems U bear |I

A of Banking ties interested in the history of I out that ,the majority ,! the pee- .1
; Century Community
i i. matters
the Island are cordially. invited to I pie are usually right I .
become members.Smokey this nature It was' suggested
I'f a previous occasion that the any six cylinder car
: This Centennial Is An Event of Which All Americans Can Be. Proud, For : public be asked their ophuoa bat II III ON l Y
Says:
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\ this was rtf us 4 by the commis .
: It Is The Basis of The Stable Monetary System That Protects Our, Sayings I sion. In the face of this obstacle, j *

made to register a H
:. and Dollar Values Today. It Has Injected The. American- Principal I II tross-sectioa attempts were of public thinking, I II ; 888

I which was unanimously against I
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: of Free Enterprise In The Banking System For The Benefit Every I I '
Private meetings '
the project j' cylinder car ,
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1 (>ef whom had the fportuatty to 'parts extra if needed
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FLORIDA National Bank I i 18r purpose the of proposed tis meetings program.was The te I

flOut i secure support of the individual 1
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whogt you expect ter serve as customers. -i iI' .

lii.t.tU KfttUl tWCJIt IMUUKCt .COWOUtlO, r They are also responsiblefor
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News-Leader,;;Fernandina; -Beach,. Florida 'Thursday. ,February 28, 1963, ,Page Three
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Sr., 63, was held at 3 p.m. ,
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c I Mr Buchanan who passed J ;f'J v, ..'
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was a native of Lawtey but had 'h \ ""L
made his home in Hilliard for 30 .... "':
S years. He was a member of the i S :' ",:,....:.,. : ,," \ft: : ; .i ,;., .,.,, ,, : ...,' r

r4 I. First Baptist Church
He is survived by three daughters aAI

Mrs. J. H. Harvey ?Irs. J,
C. Nicks and Mrs. R. F. Stokes, -I hiJIJ\l
all of Hil'iard! ; a son, Mayor D. ,
t H. Buchanan Jr. of Hilliard; a _-: :, :
? cS sister Mrs. Ivy Scott of Jacksonville .
.'J1" ; and 15 grandchildren.The ATTENDING HIS tflRST HOSPITAL BOARD MEETING Pita Cliff Brandies, Louis Ferreira, Bennie

\ J '. ,' Rev. Vernon Moore officiated I Jast Thursday, after being installed as a new member at Lewis, Hernandez, Thos. J. Shave, Jr., Ben Clarke and
:no :.1 at the service and at the January meeting, was Tommy Hernandez. Shown at Emory Walker. Shave is attorney for the Board and

JIM BEARD, Fernandina Beach Director of Public Works, was featured speaker at graveside in Oakwood Cemetery. the regular monthly session at Humphreys Memorial Hos Clarke is hospital administrator

last Thursday's meeting of the Florida Crown Council of Chambers of Commerce.The Active pallbearers were, J. A.
Michael M. F. Duce, K. E. Walker
quarterly meeting, held at Seaside Inn, was attended by our thirty members of Ella Howard, Wade Hodges, wrong if anything or wherein
the 15-countS y organization. Left to right, Hamilton Gordon, of Palatka secretary I! Sr and J. B. Crawford. Hammond Relates they failed to accomplish the mission "Ministries of Marcy" Is Study Course

;treasurer of the Crown Council; Herb Shelley of Jacksonville Beach, president of the Honorary pallbearers were Bill should this be the case. I

Chamber Crown Council was host; Beard for, the and meeting.local Chamber President 1 Chuck Flenniken. The local Johnson Robinson Daniel Jack Thompson Chabro Arnold Garland Diving ExperiencesFor i such He discussions said that in revealed most instances that the Subject of Interest Shied March 5A

difficulty with
rests human
Wade, Hubert Vanzant error
Nick Smith C. J. Walker, C. C. Kiwanis ClubBY of the individuals rather than study course "Ministries Of !'ration in an institution.

Fuqua, Walker Haddock, C. L other factors.At Mercy*', will be given at' Memorial -, Lurchecn will be served at A

Stalwart Hikers To Take Short Route L.Hendrix Clarke., Ollie Vanzant and M. TOMMY HALL program the conclusion the of speaker the regular re-- Methodist. on Tuesday i!I'be nominal open.Politiral.cost and the, nursery will

Stuart Davis program chairman ., mained to display to interested ,March, :beginning at 945 a.m. :,
for the Monday" night meeting Kiwanians other, films which he and concluding. at 23b. 'I Transition
In Determined'Effort To Reach Goal Lions Club Hears of Howard the Kiwanis Club presented -I had made during the time he has Mrs., Harold Penton leader, I!I
Hammond local been associated with the .Scuba One thing that causes much of
Scuba Diver who gave membersan Divers has planned an interesting and i(f
Organization. the world's
BY GEUIir SHEFFIELD Donald Jacobs accompanied by the Puletti home taking the AlA Jax MeteorologistOn illustrated talk on his exper- President Bryan Rauschert reminded varied presentation on this important increasing sorrow -
There was never a more John's father Frank Puletti began .I route through Ft. George and up iences on various .diving expedi- Kiwanians of the oyster subject which concerns the liberal of today is the con
commendable motto than "if at a long trek to Jacksonville Heckscher Drive. This route was tions in which he has engaged in roast 'which will be held on the persons of special need. servative of tomorrow.

first .you don't succeed, try, try last Saturday. chosen to avoid the heavy U. S. On Tuesday both local waters and in the Flor- night of March 11th ,at Woodward Mrs. Paul Burns will speak on The Thomaston (Ga.) Times

again and that is just what a They departed at 6 a.m. from 17 traffic but proved to be their r ida Keys. Motor Company.. This will "Children and Youth". Raymond
determined group of local 14 and downfall, being a much longer Roger G. Plaster meteorologist Hammond presented color films be' a ladies night. Cough. principal of Fernandina I
lj je r-old boys are doing "try distance to their destination. in charge of the Jacksonville of .the coral bottoms in the Key The newest' Kiwanian Herb Beach High School, will discuss
ing again." Club Affairs Day Lunches together with bro Weather Bureau Airport Station West area and showed views of I Bailey was formally inducted by "Juvenile Delinquency". "The Now Is The Time To

Taking up the current hiking chures and pamphlets advertisingour was guest speaker at Tuesday wrecked Spanish ships which he: i Kiwanian Thomas G. Hall, who Physically and Mentally Ill", will Remodel or Repair
fad these six boys John Pulctti, fair city were pulled in a night's meeting of the Lions the together with other members of provided neophyte'Bailey with a be 'presented by Mrs. T. J. Cor-
Elliott Jones Tommy Theobald Follows Rotary decorated red wagon. Proving to Club. Scuba Divers, have investi resume of what Kiwanis stands bett and Rev. John L. Jones Kill

Jim. Young Danny Crisp and be somewhat of a setback the Plaster who was presented to gated.Using for both nationally, internationally discuss. "The Disturbed Persons", 36
Fireside "little red wagon" will be abandoned the club by Harry Poole pro- underwater camera and locally which concerns alcoholics, narcotics -
; MeetingAs for' the trip planned this gram chairman, enlightened the able equipment to obtain he stated, they are Kiwanian Bailey is in charge addicts, unwed mothers, etc. _
,:See Saturday. Since refreshments will Lions on many of the functionsof with natural unusual picture of wood procurement with the One of the highlights of the Months
a follow-up to the Rotary be available on the more populated his bureau. I from light in depths ranging Timber Division of Container program will be a play "Walk To Pay

,'flLIVING WORDSIJI I fireside meeting held last Thursday U. S. 17, the boys' knapsack Using ''a hurricane tracking He further fifteen stated to twenty feet. Corporation and has lived in Fer- Without Fear", which is being arranged
I evening at the home of Harry loads will be lightened.. chart Plaster plotted the course I the Scuba that within' nandina Beach with his family for by Mrs Bob White. The Fernandina Lumber
Sahlman the regular Wednesday! The hikers made an excellent I that the disastrous Hurricane practice> organization, it is a eleven and one-half years. He play is an understanding accountof
to hold
4 thru luncheon meeting was designatedas record on their first effort with Gracie took before she pounded :ing a pratique follow. holds a Bachelor of Science Degree the difficulties encountered by & Supply
March 8 Club Affairs Day, with President -> two boys of the group and Papa the' Eastern Seasboard last year. to a determine diving expedition what in order in Forestry. from Syracuse a mental patient and his family South 3rd St. Ph-ne 261.3641

At 6:30 A.M. Frank Hawks presiding. I Frank being picked up at a clock Plaster told how the periodic they did University.. when he returns from hospital-!
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Dispensing with the usual guest ed distance of 30 miles a point are .
;'with, speaker program, discussionswere almost to St. Regis Paper Co. at news media so as to keep the
held on club affairs of special Eastport., The project was aband- public informed of the progressof I A versatile open lock collection, thai p rmH a wide choice of pieces t
I Rev. John L Jones interest. One of the most oned when they decided that even hurricanes.The .
Il l 'i Pastor of Memorial I favorable and interesting reports successful if in making the remainder speaker cited the fine

Methodist ChurchIn i was on the attendance contest of the trip the hour of work that has been done by Nassau Un IItIlltluJ_D..t .T.&aT FJe nr.-r"..109.95a Roomy
Fernandina Beach I. Civil Defense. Director Wale AOQi CI Cb&ir ._L._wtr Hifh Bo t ChMtMCtttlllirtwtn '
now underway. Only two absentees arrival would be too late due to .. .
rllMl.&iI&iac'Wmr. : 34.95 ( )
were recorded for the month misjudging the time element in ter Preston in keeping the pub- 99.95 : .. 1 99.95 .. 39.95 ,
,onPOWERFUL !' of February with the strong pos- taking "the long way 'round." lic informed on what to do in the
sibility of one absence being I Despite aching'muscles, a few event of disasters of this nature. t
CHANEL : 12 !'made-up' before- the month expires blisters here and there sunburn A lengthy question( and answer I

I" WEGA TV ;t'; Following. disc 4 ssion.s, member4 'the.and. boys a few are other in high inconveniences spirits making generated period by attested Plaster'. jfye in' his interest' ad. 1 lloultt k Thai ot iw'A/ oeatifo to Mow mm f j.1

Jacksonville 1 heard a personal;message recorded t ready totry again Saturday dress. \ {] \
jJ j by Nitish Laharry of India morning In an impressive induction Q Q
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president of Rotary International. "We've learned from experience -
J dree initiated Lion Cub Jimmy
for the
Members were happy to welcome a spokesman group
: 1'err said "and believe make Graves into the club.
I as their guest, Henry Wardof we can
Minstrel director Bill Melton
better time second .
Baltimore Md., formerly of on our try.We're
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all Lions in
urged to participate
I i Fernandina Beach. Retired from gonna do. our best any
this; year's show and announcedthat
Container of Ward way
Corp. America
a rehearsal would follow
"1 I was an official of the company, A reverse order will be used the: regular meeting. CBI.Z CTI ,: ... .
''I first assuming duties when the for the com.rg trip, with t..r"rt staking President John Tiliakos con '
mill was opened here In 1938. the boys to Jacksonville ixt
ducted a short meeting of the
lr I Also welcomed were visiting where they will begin their trek Board of Directors after the ;
I Rotarians Brack Newton and back here. The psychology of o'h
regular meeting.
Pete Dickinson of Jacksonville this plan will more than likely do .
Beach, Dick Ellingwood of the trick, with the boys anticipating Poole announced that a representative -
I Spokane of the office of the ; aza a f ,
Wash., and Wes Becker of the "home folks" welcoming
Collector of Internal
Revenue ,
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Grandville Mich. them when they finally reach would address the club next fi /
I R. E. Phinney, who lead the home. _
Tuesday. I _
I I"HAPPY" members in group singing during The determination and effortsof ,
IS HAPPY | the luncheon session had as his these boys are to be commended ARGONNE FOREST "

TO BE IN.FERNANDINA : guest, Phillip Reinertsen Econo reaching a 30 mile mark by 1918 M--- : ,
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mist Specialist from the and the -
Chicago foot proves younger: generation
BEACH I office of Container Corp. of Am does have "what it takes" Among the storied hills of France xaz ._'.. r,.,,
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:Have You Met Him? erica. in our age of automation. A shattered forest stands. :1//
i Other guests were Dr. D. M I. Good luck boys, we're bettingyou The skeletons that once were .,
II i Jacobs and H. C.. Hunt. make it Saturday! trees

Lift up their twisted bands. If I ,


Among the branches, where the J Mda ry
NOW
mm 12 POUND CAPACITY birds -

Once nested in the spring,
There hangs an airplane's riddled
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FILTER FLOW wreck, ,t. -
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A broken' helpless thing.A .
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pius sea of shel1-chumed'mud CHIIT AND CHAtiUACK ISO 1 vMy .

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,- Deluxe Where men once crawled, and 22995 The 1776 Collection make toy aiza "bed*.

High SpeedDrying hid, and died; M.i h.g .,h pl"M. 1)On) room glow with Colonial beauty and
Their[ refuge and their tombs. 1_.O have wide of individual
=:: VIWf charm. You a variety .
F q ., :1.u.1.us Nile Tables 34.95 ea. pieces choose from in makbf up
System A field gun smashed. It's blastedcrew r!' '':'"1M "sk'Mi a group to suit your own taste.There are .

coordinated pieces to make full use of wall
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I, Lie rotting where they fell space, including cornen. You MUST lee
: Dries Big The horrid stench would halt the I this unusual furniture to appreciate iU ,
I loveliness and value!
12PoundFamily chargeOf warm exceptional ,
.. legions straight from hell.
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a-i4:" : / .r Wash Above, on black wings circling
1S. J low, 1 S and Its from the Fashion Trend Line which means Qualify

t.p! f :. With eyes so bright and still .

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To stoop and gorge their fill. 0 CHOOSE INDIVIDUAL PIECES .
YourLaundry O J OR GROUPS Aft YOU PREFER. .
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greed 0 d 0'n' 0 dd

; Problems That blight a land so fair. d .

4 That drink the blood of a nation's Oraa3as....... 69.93.Inuac..a
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;Models This GECombination $31 J O Tea, love is driven from the .
WA 500X ? earth. >wt??,.. 59.95 Now On Display :

DA 510 "'..T.Appliance Peace from her throne i if hurled. : ':
Behold the wreck these twain
IN OUR NEWSHOWROOMS
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Sales And A grieving ravaged; world. '
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AT OUR "Private enterprise is where an
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individual does a lot with little
NEW LOCATION : money and government enterprise

I I is where little is done with a lot 3 MATHER Of FERNANDINA on'
s,81hs .
NEW PHONE NO. 261-5801 ANY TIME of money." George B. Bowra, 26143831

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1 Women Jo I Miss Mayer Engaged To Samuel Alvarez Mrs. Bailey HostessTo Milady's Thoughts New Chapeaus Stir :;' I

I Assist' Jaycees At : PresbyterianCircle As Spring And Annual Fashion Show NearsBY f PERSONAL'

RacesThe 1 H
Weekend Pamela Boatwright February WINIFRED JUNCK How much! only $125 including -
t J Mrs. Bella Peroau of Gary j parents, Mr. and Mrs Hoyt Lof. .
February meeting of Littler Weds Tommy Duncan : Mrs. R. G. Bailey was rates Well! -' it will soon be that luncheon and Hat Fashion : Indiana, arrived ,by plane Sunday I ton. ,
Women was held Thursday at r; to Circle No. 4 of the 1st Presbyterian time again. Time for what? Show, with table prizes galore i''to spend several months with her

7:30 p.m. at the Woman's Club, Here February 15 Church on Thursday evening why, the annual Hats Off Luncheon and door prizes out of this world! :daughters and their family, Mr. Friends of Robert Leon Pope

with Miss Judi Hitchcock, ))rui. February 14. Six membersand of course, given by the ''\Yo. Watch for our displays all over I and Mrs. Nick TiHakosand! Mr. will be glad to know his condition -
dent presiding. Mrs. Pamela McGee Boat. I one visitor, Mrs. Pauline El-, man's Auxiliary to Humphreys and Mrs. John Tiliakos. is reported satisfactory, after
Miss Sue Selph gate the derc- wright, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. vin, president of the Women of Memorial Hospital. town made by Mrs. Betty I undergoing surgery Monday ,at

tional, followed by the treairar- W. B. McGee, exchanged weddingvows the Church, were in attendance.The When! Thursday, March 21. White and her committee. PIe Gorge Cecil Pkkett, Jr. I Baptist Memorial Hospital

eJ:'. report given by Min JudySheffield. with Tommy Duncan, son meeting was opened with Where the Recreation Center. Watch!! More to come later. visited last weekend with his parents .
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Duncan
the Bible Lesson, "The King Mr. and Mrs. George Cecil CARD OF THANKSIt
February 15 in the chambersof
Pickett, Sr. Cecil is stationed atKeesler
:The president apologized en behalf Judge J. E. Weatherford, who I i .N Practices Compassion", beautifully Miss Lynn Hitchcock Miss Diane Little Air Force Base in Mis is with gratitude and deep
of the executive board for presented by Mrs. John Dozier .
performed the ceremony at five appreciation that I extend thanks
cancelling the covered dish sup. o'clock. i i.i Scripture reference was Matthew Presents Program: Honored At Party sissippi. to my personal friends co-work

per:' >lcheduled l for the February The bride chose a handsome, I. '\ 93538. Following Mrs. Dozier's For WSCS MondayThe On J 11 1 th BirthdayMiss Mr and Mrs. J. K. Crisp of I' ers, and the many who were sinceiely -
due to the fact there presentation, discussion .
meeting, winter white wool dress suit for group Yulee visited last weekend in concerned during my recent
was no beat in the building. her wedding. Her accessories were was enjoyed. Woman's Society of Christian Diane Little was honored Pensacola with their son and confinement for surgery at

I Under old business, it was reported in black and she wore a purple- I ,,:# The chairman, Mrs., Margaret I Service met in Parish Hall with a party on her 11th birth. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.I the University of Florida hospital

I that the Christmas Dance throat orchid corsage. j ,X." ti <:&Jt ;:,, !Clough, then took the floor and at 3:30 on February 26, with day, last Saturday evening at. her Edwin Crisp. _. .
\ was 'a 'tremendous success. Miss Attendants Miss Gail announced that the World Day of 'Miss Lynn Hitchcock in chargeof home on Broome Street. Hostess Their many expressions of
were 1'4"l 1 Friends of Nick Tiliakos will
Margie Brewton, chairman of the Duncan, sister of the bridegroom ;' Yt Prayer, Friday, March 1, will be an interesting program entitled for the occasion was her mother, be to hear he is resting sympathy and acts of kindness
glad

dance, the refreshment and dec and Stanley Scott. ., >. :". .....' 'N observed locally at a service in "Missions in the Modern Mrs. Florence Little. at'home after being comfortably will always be remembered.
confined
oration committees, and the sponsors the First Baptist Church, at World". Pink and white decorations (signed) Hoyt Lofton.
Immediately following the Mr. Mrs. Frank to Baptist Memorial .Hos
and Mayer
announce

10:30 A.1l1 members ,
thanked for their were
-were help. She was assisted by Mrs. W. T. were used throughout the home.
ceremony the couple left on a the engagement of their urged to attend, and to invite I ;,. pital for ten days
The Little Women who collect Mrs. refreshment
Mierzejewski The table
Winston
Beug- was overlaid
wedding trip to Birmingham, Lillian No less than 32 different kind
ed, money for the TB Seals during daughter, Agnes Mayer, others. net, and Mrs. Fred Bond. Mrs. R. with a white lace cloth witha Jimmy Gordon, student at the
of United
interestIn the
Alabama points of rattlesnakes inhabit
and
the January drive were thank. to Samuel Pasco Alvarez, son of Each member is asked to par. W. Lockwood gave the Devotion. floral arrangement of cameliasand University of Florida, visited last

ed'' by the president and special Following West Florida.a six-week's, special Mr. and Mrs. Albert Alvarez. ticipate in the effort of' the Mrs.: James Michael president, fern placed. at each end. A weekend with his parents, Mr. and States Ross, according Allen's to Ross Allenof

appreciation was extended to the at Miss Mayer is presently employed Church to have all families subscribe presided over the business meet. lovely white birthday cake, trimmed Mrs. Dick Gordon. Reptile Institute
training Pensacola,
members who helped with the Duncan course and his bride will with the State Farm Fire to the Church paper, "The ing.' Members were urged to attend in pink rosebuds and topped at Florida's, Silver Springs.
Mr. -- -- -
Mr. Mrs. Tom -
Sorensen of
Wpman's Club program in Febru make their home in Homestead and Casualty Insurance Companyof Presbyterian Survey1: Chairmenof the, Study Course to be givenat with "Happy Birthday Diane", and I
ary. ,Those who ushered and sold where he will be stationed with Jacksonville.Mr. the five circles will be glad to the church on March '5, be centered the table. Wild Rose, Wisconsin are visiting
with their son-in-law and daughter -
,tickets tcr the Woman's Club play, receive subscriptions. ginning at 9:45.:
Alvarez is his Several appropriate games were
completing
the U. S. Navy as a Communications Mr. and Mrs. Gil Hadden and
"Adam's Evening", were also, Technician. training course in Special Forces A card of thanks for the good The president announced that played and the honoree received family. "
thanked. wishes sent her was read from I
the annual District wouldbe nice
Meeting gifts.
II with the U. S. Army at Fort many
Under new business, Miss Judy. W.M.U..TO Present Bragg, North Carolina. Mrs. Roe, Mrs.fElvin's mother in held on ,March 18 at the Avon. Those helping Diane celebratewere Lt. Dee Lofton of Ft. Bennin .

Kear, 3rd vice.president, reported California, who recently was injured dale Methodist Church in Jack Alice Cook, Barbara Harris, ,Ga., spent the weekend with his
that a new project, the selling of Week of Prayer Wedding plans will be. announced in an automobile accident. sonville, and asked that all officers Gary and Bobby Sanders, David RESIDENTIALAIR

Katharine Beich Candies, is now I. at a later date. Other announcements includedthe in particular, plan to attend Scandoliato, Linda Gibbs, Bobby
underway. The candy will be in' Service March 48'The fact that the Mother's Day this meeting. All W.S.C.S. members Turner, Sharon and Carley Lee, Five-Points WMS CONDITIONINGL.

three assortments, to be sold by YWA Presents Play Offering this year will go to the will be welcomed. Francis Little:, and Ann Cook.
Woman's Union .
Missionary Bradenton Home, and that Mis- Hears On I
all members, of the Little Women, Members were reminded to consult Program
I of First Baptist Church will On Annie Armstrong sion Haven is in need of various
for,one dollar.It The Messenger, the church'sweekly i I
present the Week of Prayer for articles which may be purchasedwith Miss Carolyn Sheparc Oriental{ AmericansThe
bulletin for the
At news ,
1 was announced that the Lit Home Missions, March 4 through Prayer Service
tie Women will assist at the green stamps. Members are schedule of Cottage* Prayer Meet- Becomes Bride of Woman's Missionary Society
8, at the church. Theme for the
I Grand Prix Cat- Races to be held The Young Women's Auxiliaryto asked, to contribute stamps for ings to be held during the weekof of Five Points Baptist
week is "If My People Pray". this Dalton D.
worthy EptingThe
t Mach 2 and 3, by working in the 2 Chronicles 7:14 the Women's Missionary Union cause. March 4 through March 8, in Church met Wednesday, February
It was also that the
( concession stands and by selling of First Baptist Church presenteda announced preparation for the New Life 20 for its
Schedule for the services fol. First Baptist Church of Royal Service Program.
Circle Meetings will be held .
t most interesting play at the n. Meetings to be held at the church
programs. lows Hilliard the setting Sunday "Witnessing to Oriental Americans
: the third Thursday in March instead was
Wednesday night serviceon during the following week.
The next meeting will be a covered prayer "
Monday, March 14th 7:30 of the customary second when Miss Carolyn Joyce Shepard was presented by Mr. Wil-
All members asked
13. to
dish March 14, at 6 February were
t supper p.m. Nita McCullough Circle Thursday, due to a meeting in of Eastman, Georgia became lamina Brazell. Assisting her
pjn. at the Woman's Club Build. Tuesday, March 5th 9:30 The play, entitled "Annie -Armstrong Jacksonville- the regular date. make a special effort to attend, the bride of Dalton Drayton Ept were, Mrs. Katherine Williams I B. Reese Plumbing
and the World of
ing.: Seniors are to bring deserts, a.m. Helen Hays Circle Daughter of Destiny", Mrs. A. E. Taplin, church librarian support Day ing. The Rev. Frank E. Corry Mrs. Lillian Still, Mrs. Flora
Juniors salads and vegetables, Wednesday, March 6th 7:30 was presented in four scenes, urged that library booksbe Prayer to be held in the Baptist performed the ceremony.The ber, Mrs. Mary Lpu Ilidox, Bar-I & Heating Co. .
Church March
Friday 1.
on ,
and_Sophomores meat dishes. p.m. Selma Kindig and Mary telling of Miss Armstrong's life returned promptly.The bride is the daughter of Joyce Johns and Mrs. Pat .
Kteder Circles and how'she grew in Women's Leaders of the seven Circles Cmdr. and Mrs. C. H. Shepardof I 1101 S. 8th Ph. 261-4892
meeting was adjournedwith Mrs. Cleo Braddock closed with
announced that their March
Could meetings i
you use some extra in- Thursday, March 7th 9:30. Missionary work. Miss Armstrong prayer. A social hour followed Patuxent River, ,Maryland.The I the devotional and prayer
would be held in connectionwith
i cote! Leaflet 23c, available at a.mJulia Muller Circle I dedicated her life to work on the at which time the hostess bridegroom's parents are ..
the services of the
your nearest social security of. Friday, March 8th 9:30 a.m. home mission field and the annual served delicious and attractive refreshments New Life worship Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Epting of
ikt, tells how you may get some Audrey Cowley Circle offering'for home missionswas carrying out the Valentine Meetings.The Hilliard. I
\ social security benefits, even if All W.M.U., members and the named in her honor. motif. meeting was adjournedwith Immediately following a reception -

I I you, are C5 and still working. public is cordially invited. The cast pf characters was as in the the benediction.group :joining" together- held at the church, the I'I Ilan TheatrePhone
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follows: Annie Armstrong, Elaine Sisters To t couple left on a wedding trip to
I Pythian
I Smith; Alice (her sister), Jerri Gatlinburg, Tennessee. They will
I II Robinson; Mrs. Armstrong (their Celebrate Temple Mrs. Roberts HostessTo make their home in Fort Ben- 261.4849 D. W. Roberts, Mgr.

HideAway Bed I mother), Shirley McKendree; Circle 4 ofPresbyterian ning, Georgia.
i Stephen Garrett (missionary to Birthday March 11 Saturday & Sunday Matinees At 2:30 One Show

:China), Lynn Joyner; Saunder-Thomas Pythian Sisters of Temple No. WomenCircle John Thomas Cone SPECIAL MATINEE FRIDAY, 3:30
(orphan boy), Jimmy
t ; Son; Miss Kelly, Gloria Nettles; 7 met Monday night, February 25, I of the First Presbyterian V/eds Miss Rich \
SALE. in, ,regular session, with several Church met at the home of
Mrs. Myers, Gwen Taylor; Mrs.
Friday Saturday .,
Schrimp, Marcia Peacock; Pianist members absent due to illnesses.It Mrs. E. N. Roberts on February Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas

> Joyce Coker;. Narrator, Richard is hoped they will be recoveredby 14, with M is. W. E. Pryon as co- Cone, who were married Febru- TWO WALT DISNEY FEATURES
.
I 1 : i iI Sapp. March li which.is the Temple's hostess. 'reshments were// served ary 14, will be at home after

1 Alt participants in the play birthday.Mrs.. to the (twelve members present March 1 in Orlando, where Mr. ,"ALMOST ANGELS""LADY

r\v"ore costumes of the 180&'s, Edna Grant has %planneda \ Cone is affiliated with WESH- i. i....,' .
special program for that night. Mrs. B. \u Rauschert openedthe Als 0- i. f
I made by Mrs. 0. R. Spainhourand TV.The
The All members are asked to bring meeting with prayer, and the bride is the former Miss '
Mrs. J. B. Newsome. play
their home made hats to the A1D THE TRAMP' ,
was produced and directed by Bible lesson was presented by Sarah Ann Rich daughter of -
Tha.d'Lee meeting, which will be sold fora Mrs. Henry Allison entitled, "The Mr. and Mrs. John M. Rich of
Mrs. Jr.
aominal fee. The monies collect.. BOTH IN TECHNICOLORo
King Delegates Authority". Chipley. Parents of the bridegroom -
Following the presentation, a ed will be used toward purchasinga "
The monthly emphasis for February are Mr. and Mrs. J. B. --
party celebrating the 50th Anniversary tabl cloth for the Temple. World Missions, "was given I Cone of Fernandina Beach. ',' SundayMonday

I GefOne'1' I of the Y. W. A's was enjoyed Sister Mary K. Moore's last official by Mrs. R. S. Adler.

\ in the social hall of tho I visit as District Deputy to Mrs. Rauschert presided over a Program, for Revenge I
"I THANK A FOOL"SUSAN
Jacksonville Beach is tonight
church. short business meeting and reminded -
Of .
These
I ;. (Thursday). Several members are of the World If you want to get even with I
II I Week of Prayer for the Home to her at everyone HAYWARD PETER FINCH ,
( Tremendous Values f expected accompany Day. 'Of Prayer. somebody, try getting even with
Missions, and the Annie Arm
this time. TECHNICOLOR
f! On Sale NOW! strong offering, will be from The meeting was closed with those who have helped you. .
M On March 25, the Pythian Sisters the,Mizpah. Pana (III) News-Palladium
March 4th through 8th. All W. -
-
i I I'I will be honored with a visit
it i.WITH M. U. members are encouragedto from the Jacksonville Sunshine I

'I FULL SIZE $79.95 LNNERSPRING I f attend and the public is in. Girls who will display some of

vited. their work to show the young
\ MltITRESS- I CUSHIONS I girls of Fernandina Beach just

Sale Fund what be gained from member. OTTTWI1UL
Candy can
Dunn ne $129.95] i
$5.00 r$229.95. ;
ship in this organization. A large
i Project UnderwayBy attendance is urged to take ad, '

Little Women vantage of this excellent exhibit !
NYLON UPHOLSTERY FOAM CUSHIONS I and show appreciation for the cooperation L & S.

FULL SIze FOAM MATTRESS The Little Women of Fernan- of the Sunshine Girls in

dina Beach are selling deliciousand this effort.

$5.00'Down Regular $2G;.95 $149.95] i iJ unusual cans of confections The Pythian Sisters are collect iD
j made by Katherine Belch Candies ing old hose for Pinecastle School j ,

c for Handicapped Children in Jack Classics You'll. i

Cans of butter toffee, party sonville. Anyone having old hose I'
; MATHER OF FERNANDINA I nuts and golden crumbles may be to contribute may take them to ANO / D D : '","*' *. t, .f- sLive : I

purchased for a dollar from any Mary K's, on Atlantic Ave., or
1: 329 South 8th Street Phone 261-438=\ member of the Little Women, or the Ocean Isle Motel at the corner in and Love! :

by calling Judy Kear at 261-5284. of Atlantic and Fletcher Avea. ,1r
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Miss Harper To Wed I F t-l (

Dennis Daniel In ; sk 1IriJ1' I -
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You're Invited..too: Ceremony March 6 i 'y 4,. Handsomely tailored, beautifully i detailed,

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Miss Mattie Delores
Harper
will become the bride of James -1L -, shaped to feminine perfection fit! In San E


Dennis, March Daniel 6, ,at Wednesday 7:30 o'clock evening at- -\1\ famed cotton twill naVy/white, red, *,

COOKING DEMONSTRATION : the Memorial Methodist Church.
black! All with stitched
Miss Harper U the daughter of creases, side pock

Mr.. M. J. Harper of Fernandina:
.. Beach. The bridegroom-elect is i _eta, Conmatic zippers, in sizes 10 thru 18 :

the son of Mr. and Mrs. James

.. At .:,, Daniel, also of this city.
All friends and relatives of the .

: FLORIDA PUBLIC UTILITIES CO. couple, and are reception invited to to follow the ceremony ,immediately Cuffed- Pedal users. . -. .. $2.98

"
l at the home of Mr. andMrs. i Ben udas . . .. -. <2.49 "
116 ATLANTIC AVENUE James Daniel at 406 South .r-

.. 3rd Street. Jt aic-as t t . '. ,$2.49
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: Friday, March 1 1-- 8 a.m. To 5 p.m... Woman's Club Plans i..

,
; Luncheon I In Lieu .

Of March 6 TeaThe I .. Benitd Pick! foners otjJfecb ,;t.' .

1 mi&b I k sizes 31-44.
Woman's Club will hold
a .
Mrs. Alice Buell luncheon March 6 at 12:30 p.m., i

-. in lieu of the tea and meetingscheduled
for 3:30. The regular I

Home Service Director For Florida Public Utilities Co., meeting will follow the luncheon.An I -As advertised in A" S.ALLAN'S i

experimental project, the CUM R 1. '
Will Conduct The Demonstration and Will Answer luncheon will be served for a do lADi
; nation of JLOO. To assist the rll E! .
committee in charge of the Atlantic Avenue /
Questions Anyone May Have Concerning Electric, Cook members are asked preparations if ?

convenient, to make reservationsfor
There'll Be Coffee With Doughnuts orCbokies themselves and their guests '
ing. Welcome The Golden -
Crown
by calling Mrs. Joan Taylor, 261- / To Prix: I

3164, Mrs. C. M. Lovell, 261-4634, ,:
Plus Samples of Mrs. Buell's Culinary Skill.,, ,
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f. : "
,_ or Mrs. J. M. Bird, 261.3163, no May Your Visit To Fernandina Beach Be So easant : '
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_ later than Monday evening.. .:... ; t
: Those who are unable to make .I
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: Favors For All Who Attend reservations however, are cordially : .i, ,You Will I Return Again and Again *. U-r'.,>' '. .

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., -_ .-_ News-Leader, Fernandina' Beach, Florida Thursday' ;,February'28,1963 Page Five I

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Board of Health I Mental Health Assn. Too Late invitation tie newsmen had received I
High School Echoes.eeBY advised them that the trip
!1 Hears From
Report TheGarden To Classify f would include a landing at the

Alleviates Fears i i State Technician SHARON GOUGH : Naval Base in Guantanamo, and
this too, they were informed had
The Nassau County Mental Hi! The Pirates lost the district or relates to. scientific or technical A newspaper man's dream is to been called off. .
On Ceramic Content Health Association met Tuesday, Basket I tournament game in Starke last I phases of the pulp and paper be there when it happens. The Evidently something big' was'
February 26, at 8 p.m. in the : Mpnday. night when they played industry A few suggested topics dream came true for 22 Tennessee -

According to B. F. Woolsey, "Home Economics room of' Yulee BY JANE SCOFIELDAs .. ..... -...; :K."i Palatka. This i are; Why I Am Interested in A'r newsmen, when the Cuban were going as on much but in the the 22 dark newsmen as far

M. D,, Director of Nassau County High School. -'f\..:.1 ends the basket. Career in the Pulp and v Paper crisis developed.! information was concern"-
Health Department, The Mrs. Janina Pikula and Mrs. ::::: ball season fort Industry, Interesting Scientif' According te the Tennessee as any
a new month begins most they have finished blooming. Give ed as they were stumbling about
Florida J the Pirates. Next Aspects of the Pulp and Paper
State Board of Health Edna Campbell reported on a recent I I1 Press, official publication of the
gardeners want to know the specific amaryllis fertilizer now to improve k .. VV' and The Role of : the blacked-out ship.
for Industry
knows of no glass or ceramic interview with Mrs. Helen ,, the Pirates i Paper Tennessee Press Association, the
plantings to be made in bloom size.. Then must : *
we in Our Present Standard of I Then they called Into the
ware being marketed, or used, will be baseball Day 22 scribes invited by the were
MacKay, nursing consultant for that month plus other seasonal oecome just as active in wielding were
in The from wardroom hear
the state which might be injurious which will begin Living. winning essay Navy to witness a planned to an announcement -
the Florida State Board of gardening procedures. With this oar spray guns as the garden each school routine of the United
will receive the President
$50
because, of too much uranium ;: as soon as spring a and I by -
landing operation gathered
r years freakish weather it i if hard pests are in emerging and chewing "' football cash award then will be his
President's
content. Health, Mental Health Bureau. practiceis judged : States. The .
where
at
the an Atlantic port
jto Reconcile monthly garden and sucking at our
A number of investigationshave Mrs. MacKay advlacd i the association guides with what should actual.ly plants. If you managed away to save completed. against all other winners from they bqarded Navy ships which toric message gave them the first
the
been made over the state to study different phasesof Clubs were Southeastern area. The winner I would authentic information as to what
be done to the garden. Probably green cuttings from your poin- of carry them to the area
that will receive
following a newspaper article mental health, and school sit the answer is "to make settias, they can _be heeled in held on Friday additional cash area award of an where the exercises were sched was going on.
that a Hartford, Connecticut uations.It haste slowly." It takes experience where the plants are to grow. V ef last week. The day was run
family had discovered radioactivity was voted to form a trans. to judge the correct tim.ing. The guide suggests that after on shortened periods, with the' contest are, Lucy Dyal, Katie It was looked forward to by the front line, a part of the blockade,,
in a set of nationally mar portation committee to take is difficult in club period beginning at. seventh
pa. Gardening March 15th, tender annuals and Sterling, Kathy Walters Judy newsmen interesting with no idea as to how long they
as an
keted exper
ceramic ware. tients to the Child Guidance Clinic our climate because we can have tropicals can be ,set outside, but period. Kear, Judi Hitchcock, Jerrie fence but nothing in the nature of might be there or what would, .
Dr. Woolsey also stated that. and other mental institutions, for such winter which The Student Council purchased the
warm days this is a peculiar year and it may Robinson, Johnny Vohnnah, Charles a big Then Mother happen. Then word came that
uranium is one of the world's those who cannot afford trans- causes plants to respond immediately oe better to wait a week or two a new typewriter which will Courson, Lee RoY' Anderson news story. newsmen would be transferred to
most widespread elements but portation. W. N. Galphin Mrs. and not be in physical: longer. be kept in the- office for any James Rylant Elaine Smith,, Nature got in the act and conjured another ship which would take
that it is spottily distributed in 0, Phanstiel and Mrs. M. Kav- shape for a sudden plunge of Bulbs to plant in March are: ,student to use at any time. up hurricane Ella so the boys them tG Puerto Rico or the Virgin
any concentration in clays of ouklis were appointed to investigate forty degrees. So often our fruit ilstroemeria, calk, dahlia, euch- Many seniors are busy writ Mary Ellen Harvey, and Richard would get a taste of what rough Islands where arrangements would,

commercial worth. Certain clays the possibilities.The trees blossom too early and the aris, gladiolus, blood-lily, the native ing a 500 to 1,500 word essay on DeSandro.' seas were like. I be made to get them home.
with sufficient uranium ere desirable next meeting will be heM fruit for that year is killed iris, montbretia, tuberose,. Pc1p'and Paper. The contest is The Key Club held a general Even playing around the fringe
because the7 produce effective Tuesday, March 2G, in Callahan. There is a saying that pecans ant ind zephuranthes. sponsored by the Southeastern business meeting Tuesday night of a hurricane couldn't be consid- I Reports of unidentified subma-
colon in the glaze, es hickories never make the mistakeof If you did not plant nasturtiums Section of the Technical Association : at 7:30 in Mr. Cook's room. The red anything outstanding in the rines lurking in the area gave 'lite!

pecially tangerine red or burnt putting on blossoms until the in early February on ac- of the Pulp and Paper i Tri-Hi-Y also held its regular way of a, news .break. Ships have I. boys an uncomfortable ,feeling
oranges show that the most active of chance of freezing weather has ount of the cold, now is about.he Industry and the Iccal Pulp _and meeting Tuesday night. The been bucking through storms for and the sight of helicopters and

In accordance with,, national I ceramic ware examined would passed. last chance, for they are fin- Paper .MQL Any high school sen meeting was short and concerned years and the fact thai a group planes darting about above addedto
standards, the State. Board of have to be, held in direct contact This year, peaches have fin- .ck] things that want it neither ior may enter the contest. The I general business. of landlubber' newsmen were-do- the excitement, :

Health regulation on .radiologi with the skin from one to four, shed blooming, the height of the JQO; hot nor too cold.Matthews subject. of the theme deals with See you next week! ing so, didn't call for any black The transfer to another sbin.." ,,
cal health exempts as" unharm- or more, hours to produce ef- -- --- ---
an plum blossom season is past, anthe headlines. ; -. the most thrilling
was probably
ful material contained in feet of interest to health. ,
source i pear' trees are bravely flaunting -
glazed ceramic tableware pro In view of the low uranium their loveliness in spite M Cites .. Junior HighLightsBY Then suddenly and without experience they encountered for ,
vided tie glaze contain not more I content of old ceramics and positive stiff cold winds. The early azaleas !- warning{ the Cuban situation de it called 'for agility and careful r

than 20 per cent uranium, and I regulations governing pres and spiraeas are peeping cut Plans EstablishConserv1ti veloped. The .press' of the nationwas attention instructions. Lowered
glassware containing not more ent production, it would seem and buds are swelling on many To JANICE SWEATT featuring headlines while the

than 10 per cent that ceramic tableware containsso shrubs. A pearl bush in view OJthe ; Hi! The Junior High Band had ed with the new rule just put nation and the world stood by in small boats that bumped the

Cartful, examination by state I little radioactive substance as- kitchen window is a joy to us n Fund M (two concerts I force. It is that all personal inj with its fingers crossed. ship as they went down to meet

anti federal health physiciasts to pose no cause for alarm. each spring and just today w< .t ". ; fuesda One I coats, pocketbooks, hats, ., Something big was going on. the restless sea made them realize "
;. spied several pearly buds at th t V be checked ic the coat room. The Tennessee newspaper boys that naval operations not
Congressman D. R. ()Billy) Matthews :; .y [was for the 5th: may are
there but didn't know
were
very top.There t '. Upon doing so, a numbered ticketis they .
7 '( [and 6th graders all beer and skittles. Then grab-
announced from his Wash-
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is an occasional wile W ;;. ,;:.. : and the other for I given so that no one can get anything about it. On shipboard .
-Tom Davis blossom too, which reminds us of ington office that he has, along introducedtwo with+ ,. .he 7th and 8th that certain item until the presentation no information was available. Then bing a ship ladder and hanging on
the account of its history we read other Congressmen, .y'- readers. Janice of the number is shown. the announcement came that the for dear life as your boat dropj.ed! ; .
bills of vital to
recently. Here in the East we importance I V 3weatt gave the This is a very good idea becauseit planned> exercise had been. called out from Under you offered little
lis District and to the Nation. i V
consider it a garden flower whirl ievotional andntroduction protects everyone'3 property. off, because of hurricane Ella. tom! rt. to weak heart or weak
Photographer PROFESSIONALrnotocrt.rMens FLORIDA I has escaped to the wild to the One bill deals with a program A V' and All 7th pnd 8th graders are ask- Following this announcement stomachs, but they made it, and,

extent that it grows along roadsides to establish a Land and Water Kathy Allison ed to attend edch Friday night orders came to darken all ships I boy did they have stories. to write
PHONE 261-5486 and railroad tracks, but itcame Conservation Fund to assist the [presented the for some great fun. Officers are, and courses were changed. The I when they got home!
to our roadsides in a roundabout States and Federal agencies in president Ted Anderson, vice- .., .
The
songs. concert was a portion :
It is a native flower: neeting present and future outloor Hall Jr. '
way. president Young sec
oAt 402 S 17 1 Street of Texas which years ago so pleased recreation demands and of that which was played for the i retary Margaret Harper, and .
Located a botanist named Drummond needs of the American people.As public on January 17.wThe I treasurer Steve Beville.. It was NO'W STEP

' Fernandina Beach,. Florida'ARMSTRONG that he sent seed to England to a Member of the House students in junior high these officers who proposed the V
be planted at Kew Gardens. From i Committee on Agriculture, Mat. which attended Sub-Teen night at new rule. I

: .L __ __ ___ these English! grown plants seed Lhewa stated that he had long the Recreation Center are pleas- Se you next week!. ""V
.- was brought to our eastern gardens been interested in the promotion UPTO
and the these better recreational
through sf
years oppor-
garden plants have graduallyelfsown tunitfes in our National Forests, Jimmy Beard With Clyde B. EvansCompletes J ....

;...... ... .. ....._,........... ...."' __._ .. themselves into a semi: particularly since the 8th Dis- ROTC RepresentingFSU Navy .
wild state. Our annual phlox is trict has all of the Osceola Na- I -
ii 'iiEt1"i.SALES '. named Phlox drummondi for the tional Forest within its boundaries At Mardi Gras Recruit TrainingSAN .

.. man who started it on its travels ,. and a portion of the Ocala ,
from its native Texas.In National Forest. Jimmy Beard left Florida DIEGO, CALIF. (FH-

AND INSTALLATION the woods the ycllow-jas The other bill is to establish State University Sunday morning TNC) Clyde B. Evans, son of .
mine is beginning to bloom, and Water Resources Research Centers for New Orleans and three Mr. and Mrs. John A. Evans of
we cannot refrain from givinr at land grant colleges and exciting days at the, Mardi Gras Calfoway Dr. Yulee, completed I
PORTER & LOVEQUIST our perennial warning of hand state universities to stimulate f es tivi ties. recruit training, Feb. 15, at tie,
off. It is on Florida's Conservation water research at other colleges, Jimmy is a member of ths Air Naval Training Center! San Diego BIG
Color Center I List and therefore picking i it iniversities and center J) of competence Force ROTC Drill Team and Calif. i

Slh St. At Five Points P.Vit! 261-3068 i without the permission of the and to promote a more they: represented Florida State During the nine-week indoctrination 23 INCH :
,- Downs Carpet Valspar Paints Wall Paper owner is, a violation of the law. adequate national program of University in the Krewe of Pro- to Navy life, recruits ;;
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It: happens to be not a very satisfactory water research. r teus and Mystic Krewe of Comui! are trained in physical fitness, "DAYLIGHT BLUE"
Matthews stated that water parades Monday and Tuesday basic drill
-- -- ---- flower to pick anyway, military law military ,
for, like so many wild flowers, i it will be a scarce commodity in nights.; customs and etiquette of the naval
wilts too rapidly to tolerate the the United States within the I ,He is the son of Mr. and. Mri. service, swimming and sur- .TV.'aL

I short time 'to carry it home. Do next 25 years, unless- tremendDUS James A. Beard.Highway i vival, first aid, and 'semanship.1 ,
Junior PetftesaOeBMOA pause to admire its clambering research is made on this I Each recruit receives tests and *' ...m1! PROOF
golden sprays and sniff its delightful precious commodity to insure its Patrol interviews to determine future "Daylight Blue picture is in i the '

fragrance. We are fort continued availability. i training arid assignments. gives sharper contrasts -

unate to have this wildling to en. rIC1UREI r
joy[ and must conserve it. Urges Pre-School :
and Loan Jr.-High Elementary .
The garden calendar for North Savings y
powerfronsfotmer.
: ; Florida shows March to be a busy LUNCHROOM MENUS .

month. If one' has a sizeable gar Associations Cite Safety Education MARCH 4.8 Model M720X .
den he could keep busy just fertilizing Monday: Meat loaf I brown Big' square movietypescreen.

it. The one thing that we TALLAHASSEE The Flor- gravy, mashed potatoes, buttered .
can think of offhand which we January IncreaseORLANDO i ia| Highway Patrol today appealed peas and carrots, rolls and butte, | '
Dacron and Cotton musn't fertilize is the azalea to parents to start early raisin cake, % orange, and k OttfoD fojoicf mtiwremcnt $ 22990"NOW
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) which hasn't completed its blooming
FLORIDA to teach their children the valueo pint milk.
Sizes 5 To 11 i season in March. Azaleas are< Following a year which saw being alert. in traffic to stay Tuesday: Roast turkey w/ ONLY ..
until after WIT
not fed in the spring savings reach an all time high,I alive. dressing, giblet gravy, succotash, .
I the 125 savings and loan associations "Pre-school age children are not tomato wedges, rolls and butter,I
$9.98 To $11.48'r' V I in Florida picked up where t .0 young to be taught the need jello. w/ fruit, and % pint milk. I I LOWBOY'SCONSOLES DECORATOR, :
they left off in 1962 by recording fir being careful where traffic Wednesday: -' Sloppy Joes on .'

Mint Blue' a a $$69,227,000 increase in savings i s concerned," said veteran Patrol bun, tossed salad wAll American !I MODELS ALL IN G.E.'s 1963 LINE :
Apricot during January. This was a record 1 Comdr. H. N. Kirkman, dressing, baked pears, peanut ,
amount for the month of: whether it is the need for safe butter cookies, and % pint milk. i
Pink Yellow riding safe walking Thursday: Hot dogs / buns,
January and the second highest or jractfces. APPLIANCE SALES & SERVICE
I amount recorded in any single< ." r'; |>aked beans, role! slaw, cherry I ,
i cobbler, and % pint milk 1 I
month by Florida associations.This (And the patrol stressed the
as ,
I releasedby Friday: Fish sticks (Tartar Now Downtown At NEW PHONE
information about the
< child
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\ A Service oi Your Doctor of Medicine. William D. Hussey, executive need for of the auto sauce), parsley potatoes, green'
\, respect 113 ATLANTIC
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Florida Medical Association. vice president of the Florida Savings mobile, the easier it will be for pineapple I I
cake, and % pint milk. i '
THAT VALUABLE LITTLE and Loan League who revealed him to be better student when I I
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i BAG increase in January, total savings comes in high school years.

The: little black bag is an.extremely have reached an all time The child pedestrian is most
Backwraps valuable tool but more high of $3.8 billion. This record often involved in accidents by

': important yet is the physician's! amount of savings is represented crossing the streets between intersections P PASSBOOK ANS"- "
knowledge of\ how to use the 1,497,000.savings account :
by and darting from between
inside.A
items found
iac Culottes I symbol of the medical profession holders. parked cars.. ,

r 't, for years, the little black Mr. Hussey reported that although Parents are urged by the Patrol .
tr 'h bag represents different thingsto new construction lending I to stress such safety rules "
different people. The hidden was above that recorded in Jan ON OUR SAVINGS LOAN YOU DON'T
as: :
contents have been imagined by uary 1962 and in December, total i PLA.N,
\ ; ; Bo lte31001 the wary to be evil smelling lending volume last month totaled Obey all traffie officers, school I i.
:f ; $ drugs and bitter tasting con- $61,807,000 which was the lowest patrolmen, traffic signs, signals I WITHDRAW FROM YOUR SAVINGS .
'. coctions and instruments of tor- and street markings.Don't .
I' ; Children' of !less lending volume recorded by these .
Sizes 5 -13 ture. a en-
> \\4k4.l\\ lightened era were mysteriously associations since April 1961. use roller skates, tricycles
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if : $7.93. informed that in the little black Construction loans made in Jan- wagons and scooters on the '. BORROW WHAT YOU NEED AT SV2 % .

.,, ., bag the family doctor might uary totaled $23,156,00,0 which streets or highways. Only the
Green Brown NavyHipStitched bring a new baby brother or accounted for the financing of 1- sidewalks if this is permissible. : ; -
REPAY ,
.isttr. : AT ONE TIME :
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810 dwelling units. Follow the roles learn in ..
new you '
The contents of the doctor'sbag ,
'* are assembled with careful As of January 31, 1963, the school about crossing the streets OR :
IN INSTALLMENTS
'4, attention. Equipped with medications savings and loan associations of and playing in safe places. ,.
SkirtsIRORR3 and instruments and Florida had assets of $4,340,648- Always take the safest route ;.: '.
Using them with full knowledgeand 000 and total mortgage loans of between school and home. i. { :
AND GREEN understanding, tbe physi-
$8.98 cian can bring relief to suffering 3576084400. And, always walk on the left YOU
GET THE
FULL AMOUNT OF
YOUR LOAN
and on occasion provide the side of the road, facing trafficif :
Matching Blouses means that makes the difference there is no sidewalk.

t' between life and death. Smoker Says: "These soundlike, and theyare .
$3.98 To $5.98ATTENTION As is natural the young doc- II simple rules but if they: IMMEDIATELY. .
tor beginning to practice is apt are obeyed the result will be

ft ft ft to will carry be called more upon articles to use.than The he iddKESt IyCURW4D fewer traffic deaths," Kirkman WITHOUT DELAY DISCOUNT PENALTIES OR :
physician long experienced in FlRE tS DEA1) UTfptM said. ,
Sizes 38 To 44 practice has acquired knowledgeof a
just about what medicine and :
: Skirts Pedal I Pushers equipment be is going to need Dozier & Gay SERVICE CHARGES
Culottes
from day to day. The contents I ,
GREEN AND BLUE $4,99 To $7.99 vary, of course according to the i I Ij i :
type of specialty practiced. r a I IndustrialAluminum .
Tbe black bag goes along on
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Matching Blouses $3.99 To $4.99 regular' calls and emergency 1

calls who emergency Far must the treatment have stricken immediate in patient orderto w j Fernandina/ Federal/ / Savings

"Our Clothe live until he reaches the hospital 4A :
the doctor's bag is an indispensable $3.85 Gal V I It
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GAall S Are High Fashion- aid. That is why :
( the physician makes every effort And loan Association
Not High Priced" to carry at all times those E-Z PIC I :
that can relieve / I '
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Delma Robison ,. CALENDAR OF LOCAL EVENTS Too Late '..'' .,
: FLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTS [ I ; ; _
t tens. Course At COUNTY COMMISSION 10 a.m. 2nd Wednesday after 1st Monda 'To Classify

CRISIS IN OUR CITIES no matter how hard Naval Base Commission Chambers
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.J be> unable to solve \ CITY 2nd and 4th
COMMISSION 7:30
Wednesdays p.m. City I GENTLEMAN DESIRES small
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By Secretary of State GA. FHTNC
-*- ''Iems. It is equally GLYNCO ( ) -,
Tom Adams Commission Chambers .furnished apartment or kitchen
from a moral and Lieutenant Delma C, Robi-
-Florida's cities need help. point that help must ; son of Mr. and Mrs. Delma 1! HOSPITAL TRUSTEES 3rd Thursday 10 a.m. Hospital Dining 766A ette. ,Must Fernandina be clean.Beach.Write Box
w the state which Robison of 223 South Flet- Room
Suffering from cities. Ave., Ts attending a course< t small
growing pains "Conscience is the still
carrier-controlled approach SCHOOL BOARD =1st Wednesday after 2nd Monday 9:30 a.m.
brought on by an unprecedented I For too long this voice that makes us feel stfll
population explosion hampered by I with other states, has at the. Naval Air i Superintendent's Office smaller." Van W. Davis, Hunt*.
inadequate financing neglected by sovereignty, has failed ; Training Unit, Glynco, ,' P-TA EXECUTIVE BOARD last Thursday 3:30'p.m. Jr. ville (Mo.) Randolph County.
the state government which creat- its responsibility to
Cafetorium Times Herald.
The course covers the methods High
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e8_"them, our cities are finding it This failure has ; Fq. a 4 3
to overtures by the "talking down" aircraft to t'-TA MEETING 1st Thursday 8 Jr. Cafetorium
increasingly difficult if not impossible flight decks under ad- I +: \ p.m. High .
their mushrooming ernment to by-pass:
to !
needs.The :. meet establishing direct conditions. A complete KIWANIS CLUB Each Monday 6:45 p.m. Seaside Inn Dozier & Gay

with the cities. ; of communications and tV HOSPITAL AUXILIARY 2nd Tuesday 3:30: Hospita
result is a nags 4g, press equipment is required for a p.m. Varnish
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This is disturbing Dining Room Spar
a
ing problem not simply for the } air control work. -
haps even a dangerous
communities involved but for the 34; AYCEES Each Monday 8 p.rn. Recreation Center Lounge
if we, either by
state per cent as a of whole the citizens since nearly of this 75 hy: force our citizens other public uses. a0 k v i LIONS CLUB Each Tuesday 7 p.m. Seaside Inn $ .50 GaL
ies to look to .
state reside in cities. will Fourth and finally we should a y j ROTARY CLUB Each Wednesday Noon Luncheon Seaside +
everything we I .
'Unless help is forthcoming -- distant bureaucracy administrative machinery I INN .
the state level to provide con. i .
and these irritating _
soon control 'E-ZPIC
problems may soon turn into tunity to our leadership and assistance CITY PLANNING BOARD 3rd. Thursday City Commission -
The time is long all municipal affairs affected '
criseS which could I Chambers
full-pledged 14TH & BEECH
therefore for us to .
state action.Establishing
hamper orderly growth of our in the framework of s 1 Ka WOMAN'S CLUB1st Wednesday Woman's Club Bldg.
in the that such administra-
state important years
lie ahead. government machinery machinery placing it under I'I' BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, Nassau District 6 p.m. 2nd Friday
permit us to solve our
Jt is clear that the cities alone I oroblems in the would enable state govern: h.' ', Seaside InnMERCHANT'S ,
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to carry out its role I
proper
-r by our own citizens. : ASSN. each 3rd Thursday Noon Luncheon ;
assistance to our cities. A ; -
Specifically, the partnership could thus ;i Seaside. Inn Whenevehi'loan
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do four basic things developed to solve problems in :
municipalities: First of finance, CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 2nd Tuesday Luncheon 12:15: -
HOTPOINT areas transporta- AS KLHfcAitaALb r hf1) UP for the upcoming Lions
make a detailed ; traffic congestion, the inte- Seaside Inn :
cipal problems Dealer".t. Club Minstrel on March 26, more memories of early minstrels
.. of. road and street
pro BUCCANEER COIN CLUB 8 :2nd! each month
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pm. Monday
cipated problems as air pollution and sewage here are stirred up. Here, Dan Nagel, one of the :
1963 facing us today. salt water intrusion featured blackface entertainers of a bygone show, engages GEN., DUNCAN L. CLINCH HISTORICAL SOCIETY 2nd Mon. can help -
Second, we should water conservation plan- in a bit of repartee with 'Interlocutor FrankHall. day each month =. 8 p.m. TV Room at Recreation Center. 't ..

hard look at the and but recreational few. facilities, to At right Max Wesley is almost ear-to-ear in his reactionto NASSAU CHAPT. NO. 49 ROYAL ARCH MASONS 2nd and you

RefrigeratorsIN ture the state from level the local for ame However a the State alone can. Nagel's humor., 4th Thursdays 8 p.m. Masonic Temple

taxation is and should not attempt to de- FERNANDINA TEMPLE 7, PYTHIAN SISTERS 2nd and 4th

STOCK equitable any solution of solutions State government to all urban must prob-re- T .: Mondays of month at 8 p.m. Masonic Temple. : get

lems. properly constituted muni- CHAPTER 55, ORDER EASTERN STAR1st and 3rd Tuesdays -
Third there should government and avoid the Masonic Temple .
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a of attempting to do' allhings
: SPEBSQSA EACH TUESDAY
8 P.M. Recreation Center
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aside on an orderly for all people.By Lounge
: HARDEE BROS. basis large tracts of working together in such a touchwith' I
in and around ay, local and state government HIBISCUS GARDEN CLUB 3rd Monday of month at 8 p.m., '
ATLANTIC AVENUE These lands could form a true partnership for
for right-of-ways, communities and good gov \MAGNOLIA GARDEN CLUB 3rd Monday of month. at 8 P.M.

erway developments, a partnership that will ROSE CIRCLE 1st Monday ___, 8 P.M
\ for all of us the blessings
FOUNDERS GARDEN CLUB 4th Friday __ 3 P.M.
abundant future
a bright and ---:-r us
., WE SPECIALIZE IN .our citizens expect and de MAGNOLIA.GARDEN CLUB, '-.4th,Tuesday ... 8 P.M 1 y

Automatic Transmission AZALEA. ARDENlCLtfp: 2nd Tuesday ._. L. 8 P.M '

STITC-' ..A.BIT'CLUB1st: and 3rd Monday ___,__ 7:30 P.M You'll #f Fast ServIce
Brake Rebuilding Wheel 220 Lighthouse Circle
LOANS UP TO $600
'e GENERAL REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES &
.* -- _- .I_ .-!_.J_._LOur "Disarmament is like a Hollywood -'O.A.C.FINANCE-
party.:No wants to .
Repair Facilities Are The Finest Best one get People Do Heal] Even

and Most Modern In Town ...... .....:.... rived.there"until-. 'B.the J. others Dahl Chewelah have ar- The Smallest Ads (

:t l. ? rr' (Wash.) Independent.The In The News-Leader. CORPORATION

'\ "LADY AND THE 'HUMP", (above scene) and "Almost You Are 303 Atlantic Avenue .
STANDARD AUTO F'-' KEEP O@ Angels," two Walt Disney features will be the ath.actioDS Jungle Cruise at Florida's 1 Fernandina Beach, Florida
I playing Friday and Saturday at the' Han Theatre. Silver Springs visits the only Telephone 261-3681
South Eighth FROM BETWEEN Both features are in technicolor.. There. will be a special .tribe of wild Rhesus monkeys free ALSO FIVE OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE
. "Your Rambler PARKED CARS matinee Friday at 3:30. '. u tb Central i roam Florida.the sub-tropic jungle of Trade At Home

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ee DONATION : SATURDAY 1.00 SUNDA\ $2.00 -

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Kurt Becker Curtis H. Lasserre L. L. Bohannon Gil Hadden 9 9

e Mrs. Christine V. Steger Jeff T. Bowers '. ., Sue M. Nickelson Chuck FI niken. 9

: John T. Barnes R.. H. Young. :: Robert P. FerreiraJames H. E. Williams 9

J. D. Daugherty D. W. Roberts : S. Stevens Jack Woodward

S W. H. Melton G. H. Woos, Jr. f; 'J.- Kenneth Sturges T. H. (Tommy) Hernandez 9ft
SATURDAY NIGHT MARCH 2 : U. J.:Porter 9
Paul Burns Forrest Ozburn
C. L. Perdue.
Ray C. Lovequist 9

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t \ 'l\'e -header; ,-Ferpandih Beach, Florida Thursday.Februar 28,1963 ''Page Seven
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.r, ,. -, I Venn Pipkin, au fullback for '
I I the Fernandina Beach Pirates I Santa Fe Rebels Don't Miss: : The Golden Crown Prix.
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during the past football' campaign .
: SlantsBY f has been offered a scholarship -
; Sports : I aC: Catawba. Pipkin hasn't i Eliminate Pirates

decided his future plans as ret H' and March 2-3
0* in Season Final Saturday Sunday,
CURT GORDON; .
I The big event in our area this :
weekend is the ,annual\ Golden $
The basketball for Glenn Kitchens Crown Prix, sponsored by the Fez The Santa Fe EebeH Lanced! Beach
season, 4hq was. George Sapp,I : Fernandina. Municipal Airports
l the Fernst-dma Beach I rak2: S a :
nandina
Pirates came to an end Monday' Chuck, Howard, Ladd Gordon and Jaycees. The race is I
I 43-29 loss in Conference
Eloise Minton growing every with more Keystone -
year
]night when the Palatka Maroons I representing Fer. last"" ., 1'
panduia. The Cheerleaders looked and more sports ear drivers en- game Friday }night O l- Porter 0
.defeated our Pirates, 6348, to 1 lost so' they rounded up some of)I tering. The races will be held at the Santa Fe floor. The game District I Turner -- s-- 5 0 la

eliminate them from the Class A, the Lake City crowd for help'' the Municipal Airport ,on Satur-! marked the final on the regular .t Tourney Box Rees 000
basketball schedule the Pi :rR Whitaker 000
Group 2 Tournament at Starke. during the first half; but they day and Sunday'an4 should be for .S % I
:lit probably ha* been a long .sea left at halftime. worth your time to attend on both rates. j Fernandina fg f tp I 23 17 U
'son for the Pirates, who won days. The Pirates lost the game in I Corbett < 3 7 13'I Fernandina 4 16 13 12 48
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'seven and lost 16. The heat of battle doesn't usually '* 6 # the third quarter when the Reb. L Thomas ,;' 3 0 6. Palatka 13 20 21 9 t3;
of els scored the,three points that I Bennett 3 3 9,
. give us a thing to laugh Speaking races, Fernandina ,
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, Sometimes we wonder what about, but usually something funny has the Drag Rates which are proved to be the ones which won I I Ron Sapp 'S' 3" 10' Doxier & Gay
happens to 'our l local athletic happens at. most athletic contest held at the Airport and which, the game. I Thrift 226
.fan At the Tournament- game *. Poring the Palatka-Fernan- have developed into a major attraction I The Pirates took the lead in the Brazell 'jA,1, 1 0 2 a Semel-Gloss
Monday night Lake 'City played vdina game, the player from both in this area. There were ball game after the first eight Crisp fI, 1 0 21
}St. Augustine in the first game teams Were racing down the courtat over three .thousand attending the minutes of play, 9-7, as Charles we 1 1I 1I Rylant 0 0
and one side of the gym was fiH- full speed when allofasuddenan races held recently. We under- Corbett scored 4 points, Steve! Beckett, n 0 0 o 1 1Ric. EnameI I
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* stand C. C. MeKtmdree is the Beckett, and Ralph Bennett 3.I I Sapp '' 0 0 0
ed with Lake City, fans ,and ,the pbject, >ent flying through the "Kite Colors
.other side filled with Bt Augu. air faster than the entire group spearhead in making these a real The Rebels came back in the i Fowler F.. 0 0 0 I or '
'tine fan*. Fernandina an the second game and on wall When it hit the floor it was drawing cars from Florida, Georgia points while Fernandina matched I Pal tka fr r.t. $3. \
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one side the Palatka fans filled recognized as a shoe Steve and South Carolina. We hopeto their first;, quarter total of 9 as Ay xJ.. I J. Brock ." ',. 8 G 2-
keep informed for the next John Crisp scored 4, Ronnie Sapp Jim Brock 0 1 1
"one side and on the other side Thomas' you E.Z PIC
.... I' races to be staged here. 3, and Bennett 1. I I 'ice a' 4 Hall 1 2" 4

--- fr In the third !f-icd! the Pirate I Dennis 1 1:1: 14TH & BEECH
We had a letter from our good kept their scoring pate making i Stevens 7' 7 21- ,
'I friend and General Manager of 9 points, but the Rebels;:! rackedup ,,
'iIooitFlorida's the Charlotte Hornets, Phil How- 12 to take a 30-27 lead. Bennett -
tfit :l9nIn ce ser. He informs us that he will scored '5,.'Crisp, 2,. and Cor. i
belt I
2.The '
arrive in our fair, city around
Oldest and Most Historic March 5th to get ready for two teams kept on eve:} I Cilento
I Hazard listens sympathetically: 'as Diane con-
I Spring baseball training, but Its pace in the final frame by scoring
Jesse a1 shucking i incident of her past in this scene from JelroGoldenMayer's -
Fernandina Beach's favorite Meeting Place Charlotte Hornets will not arrive 13 points apiece, but the third "/ Thank a Fool"-based on the Lett'teller
until March 20. Dallas Fort quarter proved to be the' difference i b)' Audrey:ErsJiine Lindop.- The suspensejul,story casts Miss r
. For The Finest In Heterages Worth, the Minnesota Twin new as the Rebels won, 4339. Uay ifard tu a doctor who it'confided of a"mercy killing"and
I Triple A team, will train here Ralph Bennett was the leading who subsequently becomes dramatically invoked with Peter
Boiled Shrimp t Ham On RyeBarbecue for the first time and will arrive scorer for the Pirates with Id? Finch, the Prosecutor responsible for her being sent to prison.

Kosher Sandwiches( March 15.: Howser 'was honored points while Charles Corbett It is in Cinm.Scope'and. color. !bt
during the winter at Rochester Scored 9, John Crisp 6,' Ronnie ; ..

as, "The King of Baseball"The Sapp '5, and Steve Beckett 3. t \Sul_._, f
1 '* McFarland led,.the} Rebels wit4 I Maroons 3
--- .------ -- ---- Fernandina Beach Pirates 16 points with Paulson scoring 12. Palatka, Bowl rettes

will its baseball schedule on In the preliminary game the
..., open I BY SHIRLEY JACKSON
March 28. Coach Benner informsus young Rebels captured another Hand Pirates A
that the season will have to close game from the Pirate B WEEK OF FEB. 26
Appliance Sales &. Service"Your be short for his .high school team team, 36-32.! 'Benny! Alvare led Total
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the locals with 12 with *
because Tournament time will be points 63-48 TrouncingThe Team W L Pins
in April this rear instead of May Alan Cover scoring 8. Randy Hadden lanes 65 27 4641G I
Price sewed '4, Barry Rice 3,
Dealer" *
GE tall Palatka Maroons madean Setzers 51 41 46468
Hike 2 Schomas 2,
Rita Richard
The second annual InvitationalGolf -
almost "no contest" of the Hardee Bros. 42 50 45195
Tournament ,will be staged and, Jerry Beard 1. W k
District basketball scrap with the las Drugs ,42 50 45073
2615801SALES here on April 11 through April Pirates Baileys 39 53 45474
New Phone No. ::5 as they easily handed >
is five thousand dollarsin
14. There KACBowling Fernandina a 63-48 "trouncing in Beach Lounge 37 55 45152
prize money to entice the best the Group Tournament, last Mon- High Team Single Scratch : : fr
golfers to enter. day night ,at Starke., Hadden Lanes 609 1ip
League Palatka had three boys that Setzers 580 1 1 1Y 1
SERVICE because
AND isn't
Fishing news good

ALL MAKES AND, MODELS of age Mrs.the,inflicted Skipper continuous by had the plenty bad tornado weather.of dam-that DY' H. B. ELLIS, ,JR.. were nie and \it Sapp as was' tall, Pirate's loon and apparent taller,tallest than that eager Ron-,the, Baileys Eleanor i Hi. Ind.Flint Single Scratch- 209 577 \\-'ti 14/!/

WEEK OF 2.21
Struck that area last Sunday. Pirates had little hopes of tryingto Gloria Hadden 200
Total control the ,backboards. Ruth Williamson. 192 0
Potts at Potts
Herb activity
NOW IN OUR NEW Fish Camp says on Lofton Creek has Team Standings- 'W', Pins The Maroons opened ,the scoring ,Hi Team Three Scratch- Get the jump Jack Frost with
Bombers 54 30 54384 on ,
been at a standstill but says to and quickly built up a' 134 Hadden Lanes 1691
inform you fishermen that he Mixers 42 42 53120 first period lead as Johnny Brock, Setzers < ,r1626
LOCATION wiU have plenty of live bait for Murray's Store ,J39 45 53348 lefthanded jump shot'artist,rack. Baileys ; 1561
Mill 36 48 50330; ed, 8. to lead, Palatka.
: you as soon as the weather clears.Coorty Paper up points Hi Jnd. Three Scratch. -
Claxton of the Amelia High Team; 3-Games Fernandina found the goingrough: Eleanor Flint. 54,1 STANDARD
laver Fish Camp invites you to Bombers 2970 in the opening 1'e rod as. they Patsy Cojtje 506

113. ATLANTIC, AVE 'toP.by and get acquainted with Paper Mill 2893; }I, were only able: to score on one Velma Hodge 489
his Camp and fie hopes to have a Mixers 2868 field goal, a, jumper by Ralph Joyce Hadden picked up -.
at4.5
.. .boat ramp completed soon. for th3Igiefit .. ,'High.Ind.! 3Games Bennett, who aaded.. a free toss, 7 split and Gloria Jladdenjpirke4up < j w
. .0 .. of all I 1>wete7:t.- \ Green | ', )722 Of'C. and free shot.Charles 'C orbett veering, ..a a' 57. BURNEROIL ? i
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C. Hodge 642B. The of- the ,
tempo game pickedup
Joyce 619 points ,and Stevens adding 6 for
in the second period with Fer
BEACH High, Team Game nandina scoring 1(5( points, but ,! a 21-point quarter Fernandfta '
FERNANDINA Bombers : ,, "-"t, *y. 1077 the Maroons added 20, during the 'made 13 points during the third Warms, a/ likeSummer". i
Paper :Mill 997 eight minutes ,when Brock came period ,yritb Thrift bagging 5, ,
Mixers 985 through with 7 points and Bobby Thomas 4, Ronnie Sapp 3, Cor \
Don't J let the first real catch
"JEWEL\ OF FLORIDA'S CROWNBEACHES" High, Ind. Game Stevens. Palatka's big center, added I bett 2, Brazell 2. Palatka enjoyeda : cold-snap, you. \
C. Green '' 256 8. Corbett ,scored. 4 for .the 54-34 lead at the end of three. with your fuel tank empty. Be rea.dy for
Pirates, Bennett 4,- Ronnie periods of .
Sapp play.Fernandina
H. Wilson 289 I cold weather .whenever it
comes by lettingus
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C. Hodge 234 3, Steve Thomas 2, and Joe Thrift I. outscored Palatka

.. Furnished By These Merchants and .Business Men- High Scratch RollersC. .1. in the. final period 12-9, but 'the fill your storage now with clean-burning) ,
Directory Green f 218608C. The third period round Palalta I damage,had been done anti the Pirates heat-p cked STANDARD BURNER OIL.
I _. Hodge '! 213579B. continuing to, scor$ ,with Brock I were eliminated by the score

George's FLORIDA'S Suburban'FIRST Joyce 192547J. leading the way again' with 7 of. 63-48, p The combination of STANDARD BURNER

Williamson 199-543 OIL and our prompt, dependable deliveries
R. Hadden 194522J.
Machine Shop t" GOLF COURSE Shore Gas Co. Drury 196-517 Fresh Fish & will put t an end to your heating worn!-es.

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Machine, WorkWelding ', ml 18-HOIE LINKSTIDES LP YOUR GAS NEEDS AND IN thy'Bowling Shrimp 'Daily. I

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Monday Thru Saturday at JETTIES PHOTO SHOP Team Standings W L Pins Phone 261.4811 Melvin( Dougherty Prop. j "Our Business Is Serving You"

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Photo SuppliesMovieColored Beach Bar 29 53 57172

,4_ql: ; Friday, March( 1 WeddingsCompete & Regular Becker's, Drugs 27 57 56533 Suburban Propane Gas Service

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3:20: a.m. 9:52 a.m. ,Contractor High Ind. Game I CYLINDER reserve cylinder is put into use. You notify

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:' -: P, __ / 'A- s- :eadet,-Feq ndindBeach, Florida- Tli utsdayFebruarY28,1963; I L Page Seven1Sports

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: 7" I the Vennis Fernandina Pipkin, ace Beach fullback Pirates for I I Santa Fe Rebels ':
Don't Miss: ; The Golden Crown Prix.
:1 : during the past football'cam: .
SlanfsBY i paign, has been offered a schol ;: EliminatePirates '
arship ae Cata\\ba. Pipkin hasn't]
decided his future plans as yet and March 2-3
, 'R II In Season FinalThe l Saturday Sunday,

., CURT GORDON The big event in our\ area this :,
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. weekend is the annual Golden I

The basketball season for..th( i 1 wa, Glenn Kitchens, George Sapp, Crown Prix, sponsored by the Fer Santa Fe Rebels handed Fernandina Beach Municipal Airport
Pirates came to an end Monday I Chuck, Howard, Ladd Gordon and I nandina Jaycees. The race is the renmdma Beach ra2 1i a :i
Eloise Minton growing every year with more 43-29 loss in a Keystone Conference I iI .
representing Fer- ,
:night when the Palatka Maroons I I t n t,
Porter ,
last
pandifla. The.. Cheerleaders looked and more sports ear drivers en- game Friday: night o. J. U
defeated our Pirates., 6348, to'f lost M' they rounded up some of tiring. The races will be held at the Santa Fe floor. The game District I Turner ,,< 5 0 10
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4 eliminate them from the Class A, the Lake City crowd for help the Municipal Airport on Saturday marked the final on the regular Tourney Box Rees 0 0 u
[Group 2 Tournament at Starke.It during the first half, but they and Sunday 'and should be basketball schedule. for the Pi Whitaker 0 0 0
worth time to both rates. Ftrnandina fer f tp f 2317 ti3
attend
: probably ha* been a long sea. left at halftime. your on
son tor the Pirates, who won days. The Pirates lost the game in Corbett '.. '_ 3 7 13 Fernandina 4 16 13 12 4S
'seven and lost 16Sometimes The heat of battle doesn't usually '* the third quarter when the Reb- ''Thomas 411' 3 0 G.Palatka--_---13- 20 21 9-__ (63;:
I ft ft give us a thing to laugh Speaking of races, Fernandina els scored, the three points that I Bennett 3 3 9: ,
" we wonder what about, but usually something funny has the Drag Rates which are proved to be the ones which won I Ron Sapp 3 4 10 Dozier & Gay
held at the Airport and which, the game. Thrift 6
;happens to 'our ,local athletic happens at- most athletic con l '
.fan At the Tournament. games tests. During the Palatka.Fernan-1 have developed into a major attraction The Pirates took the lead in the I Bruell: I i.,,; 1 0 21 i Sem'I-Gloss
Monday night Lake City playedSt. Una game, the in this area. There were ball game after the first eight Crisp : 1 0 21
Augustine in the first game 'teams were racing down the courtat I I over three thousand attending the minutes of play, 9-7, as Charles I % fb Rrlant r;. :lit, 0 0 ,

and one side of the gym was fiH- full speed when allofasuddenan I races held recently. We understand Corbett, scored4 points, Steve I Beckett, 0 0 O 1 Ename I
* I C. C. McKendree i is the Beckett 2, and Ralph Bennett 3. RIC Sapp 0 0 0
ed with Lake City taps and ,the pbject, vent flying through the : '.. \\'Kite Colors
.other side filled with St.. Augus. air faster than the entire group spearhead $in making these a real The Rebels came back in the Fowler :_"i, 1 0 0 0 I or
tine tan,. Fernandina an4.Pala.tk& and hit high against the.gym I I attraction and which lias been second period of play to score 11.i' 4\. 1616 4B $3. 95 G I
splayed the second game and on wall. When it hit the floor it was : drawing cars from Florida, Georgia points' whiff Fernandina matched j Pal tka. fg r.t. s n .
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one side the Palatka fans filled recognized as a shoe Steve I and South Carolina. We hopeto their first, quarter total of 9 as I II I J. Brock ,',,<,?It.", 8 6 2.
'one side and on the other side Thonui. keep you informed for the next I John Crisp scored 4, Ronnie Sapp k Jim Brock t 0 1" 1 E.Z PIC
-- races to be staged here. I 3, and Bennett 1. I a. TPic5 .d f ; Hall 1 2 4
'* -f '* In the third ,r-icJ: the Pirate Dennis '. 1.1 3 11TH S BEECH
We had a letter from our good kept their scoring pace: making Stevens 7 7 1 21 _
friend and General Manager of 9 points, but the Rebels racked I)I
: .. the Charlotte Hornets, Phil How up 12 to take a 30.27 lead. Ben. '
: aloonFlorida's II. .,
Sfje palace ) ser. He informs us that he will nett scored '5,'Crisp. 2, and Cor:> I. ; r:.
bett 2.The. -
arrive in our fair, city around
Oldest and Most Historic I March 5th to get ready for two teams kept on even: Susan Hay\card listens ,y"pstl; iraliyas'Diane Cile. tri con*
j Spring baseball training, but Ls pace in the final frame by scoring
fesset a shacking incident of her past in this scene from Metro
Fernandina 'orite/ Meeting Place Charlotte Hornets will not arrive 13 points apiece, but the third ColJirtt'Mafr'. "/ Thank a Fool-based on the best-seller
until March 20. Dallas Fort quarter proved to be the difference b)' Audrey'Ertkine Lind p. The fuspensfful'-story casts Miss
. For The Finest In Beverages Worth, the Minnesota Twin new as the Rebel won, 4339. U a)ward at a doctor who i Is cpnilcted of a"mercy killing" and
I Triple A team, will train here I Ralph Bennett was the leading who subsequently become dramatically involved wit[ Peter SvLR
Ham On l finch, the ) sponlibleJor her being sent to prison.
Boiled Shrimp RyeKosher for the first time and will arrive scorer for the Pirates with H is proieculor color.
It in CinenuScope'and
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I Sandwiches{ Barbecue March 15.: Howser was honored points while Charles Corbet .
during the winter at Rochester Scored 9, John Crisp 6,' Ronnie -

as, "The King of Baseball"The Sapp S, and Steve Beckett :3. .

McFarland led,the Rebels wit -
--- Palatka Maroons B wl
\-- ':--- -- -- -I Fernandina Beach Pirates 16 points with Paulson scoring 12. : rettes

will open its baseball schedule on In the preliminary game the I
March 28. Coach Benner informsus young Rebels captured another I Hand Pirates A BY SHIRLEY JACKSOX

that the season will have to close game from the Pirate B WEEK OF FEB. 26
Appliance Sales &, Service beshort for his high school team team, 36-32.! 'Benny} Alvarez led I Total :
because Tournament time will be the locals with 12 points, with 63-48 TrouncingThe Team : f> W L Pins I
in instead of May. Alan Cover scoring 8. Randy -
April {this year Hadden Lans 65 21 4641G I
Price sewed '4, Barry Rice 3,
"Your GE Dealer" & iV ifr tall Palatka Maroons madean Setzers 51 41 46468
Hike Rica 2, Diehard Schomas 2,
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The second annual InvitationalGolf
almost "no contest" of the Hardee Bros. 42 50 45195
Tournament will ,be staged and Jerry Beard 1.KAC. District basketball scrap with the Waas Drugs 42 50 45073

New Phone No. 2615801SALES here on April 11 through April Pirates, as they easily handed Baileys 39 53 45474
14. There is five thousand dollarsin Fernandina a 63-48 'trouncing in Beach Lounge 37 55 45152

prize money to entice the best the Group Tournament, last Mon- High Team Single Scratch : 1
golfers to enter. day night ,at Starke., Hadden Lanes 609
SERVICE- *" Bowling League Palatka had three boys that Setzers 580 t i: 1 1f
isn't becauseof
AND Fishing news good-
Baileys 577
were a$ tall and taller than Ronnie -
the continuous bad weather. 1
Mrs. Skipper had plenty of dam- BY II. B. ELLIS, JR. Sapp, ,Pirate's tallest eager, Hi. Ind. Single Scratch. \1 % ( I. s'
ALL MAKES AND. MODELS %
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and \\t was soon apparent that the: Eleanor Flint 209 '
age inflicted by the tornado that
WEEK OF 2-21 J Pirates had little hopes of tryingto Gloria} Hadden 200
Struck that area last Sunday. "
Total control the ,backboards. Ruth Williamson192!
Herb Potts activity at Potts
NOW IN OUR NEW Fish Camp says on Lofton Creek has Team Standings.. 'W' L Pins The Maroons opened> ,the searing Hi Team Three -' Scratch Get the jump Jack Frost withWorms
Bombers 54 30 54384 on
been &t a standstill but says to and quickly built up a' 3-4.. Hadden Lanes 1691
inform you fishermen that he Mixers 42 42 53120 first period lead as Johnny Brock Setzers ./" 1626
J LOCATION will 'have plenty cl live bait for Murray's Store39 45 53348 lef thanded jump shot',artist,rack-. Baileys 1561
you as soon as the weather clears.;. Paper Mill 33 43 '50520; ed, up 8- points to lead, Palatka., Hi Ind. Three Scratch
Coort-y Claxton of the Amelia High Team 3-Games Fernandina found the' going,roughin Eleanor Flint '541
hiver Fish Camp invites you to Bombers 2970 the opening period as' they Patsy Cottje 50G STANDARD.k
113 ATLANTIC AYE, top,by and get acquainted with Paper :Mill 2S93: were only able to score on one Velma Hodge 489
I his Camp and tie hopes to- have a Mixers 2868 field goal a jumpfr by Ralph Joyce Hadden picked up a 457 -
: boat ramp completed soon.for thj Bennett, who added t a free toss, [split and Gloria ladden\pkk 4 .
\tl Ind.3jCames'C. ,
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: Charles jCorwkt BURNEROIL
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. -benefit of all ate::s. .- Green w- '. 722C. free shot. :sc6ring ;a up a 5-7. ,

642
I Hodge The tempo of the game pickedup ,
points ,and Stevens addjng 6 fora
B. Joyce 619
in
the second period with Fer*_
BEACH High. Team Game nandina scoring tf' points, but 21-point quarter. FernandiTia 11 "
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FERNANDINA -
Bombers : ''." ":*-:;, 1077 the Maroons _added 20..during. the made, 13 points during the third a coos IikeSuri1mer"Don't"
Paper Mill 997 eight minutes .when Brock came period I}rjth Thrift bagging 5,

Mixers 985 through with .7_points and Bobby Thomas 4, Ronnie Sapp 3, Cor l let the jlrst real catch
"JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWNBEACHES" High, Ind.' Game. Stevens, Palatka's big center, add- bett 2;Brazell 2. Palatka enjoyeda cold-snap, you,
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\-t C. Green -- .- 256 ed 8. Corbett scored: 4 for .the 54-34 lead at the end of three with your fuel tank empty. Be ready for
Pirates, Bennett 4,- Ronnie Sapp periods ,of play.Fernandina .
H, Wilson 289 cold weather ,whenever it
comes, by lettingus
C. Hodge 234 3, Steve Thomas 2, and Joe Thrift outscored Palatka
I 1. inthe, final period 12-9, but the fill your storage t now with clean-burning,
Furnished By These Merchants and Business Men. r High Scratch BowlersC.
Directory Green 218608C The third period found PalalkV: damage had been done anti the Pirates heat-picked STANDARD BURNER OIL.
continuing to score with Brock eliminated the
\ :' .' were by score
213579B.
George's FLORIDA'S Suburban Joyce Hodge; 192541 leading the way. again\ with 'f of 63-48.+ r The combination? of STANDARD BURNEROIL

FIRST J. Williamson 199--543 and our prompt, dependable deliveries

Machine Shop V' GOLF COURSE Shore_ Gas_ Co. J.R. Drury Hadden 196-517 194-522 Fresh Fish ,& ,will put t.an end to ,your heating wore es.

27 N. 2nd StMachine !I EXCELLENT SERVING ALL Call us_now for,your fuel-oil requirements.
& 18.1I0 .E NEEDS IN
WorkWelding ; LINKSTIDES YOURS AND CityBowling Shrimp 'DailySpecial.Qrders

Brazing I GAS APPLIANCES ; Are Our SpecialtyDOU'GHERTY ,
Marine Repairs 7 South 7th StSpeal ; League :

Service To Phone 261.3661 I SEAFOOD COMPANY ,
I BY II. B. ELLIS, JR. :

All Shrimp Work Guaranteed Trawlers T. H. KING WEEK OF 2.20" Open Daily 7:00: A.M. To 7:00' P.M. ;I. H. F. STONE, JR., Agent\'

Open S a.m. to 5 p.m. Total One Block North of Atlantic Avenue On Front Street

Monday Thru SaturdayPhone at JETTIES PHOTO SHOP Team Standings W L Pins Phone 261-48U Melvin! Dougherty Prop. I "Our Business Is Serving You"t

Day 2CUTUXicbt Add 30 'Minutes. ForFernandina Roll 1 Processing Orville's 'Cl. 23 59844 YOUR BUSINESS IS APPRECIATED t

i 261-5333 \ Harbor Hadden Lanes 51% 32 u 60729 _. _. .
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HIGH LOW Kodak Film The Unknowns 33 51 58111 I
Photo Supplies I: Beach Bar 29 55 57172

Friday, March 1 'Movie-Colored & Regular Becker's. Drugs 27 57 56533 Suburban Propane Gas ServiceCLEAN

12:04: a.m. 6:34Vi.m. WeddingsPortraits High Team, 3-.Gamesbrrille's
by Appointment-Only
Complete Line of 12:34 P.m. 7:01 p.ra. 3052 I
Studios At 504 Ash St.
Hadden Lanes 28&6
Mercury 1 Parts Saturday, March 2 Phone- 2614586G. Sandbar 2S75 i SAFE FAST AUTOMATICECONOMICAL .

1:03 a.m. 7:38 a.m. ____ High, Ind. Games* I I if DEPENDABLE EFFICIENTEach
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GATOR 'TRAILERS, .1:37. p.m. 8:04: p.m. C. Green t, 676 I Suburban Gas Service installation, is
E. (GLENN) C. Hodge 669
Sunday, March 3 J. Beckett 662'I I 1- YOUR GAS carefully tailored to best fit the requirements
USSERREMOTOR I Ideal For of the individual customer. Your installation
2:07 8:45 High, Team GameOrville'g
: a.m. :
a.m KITCHENS ,.. I
INSTALLATION be
I may Cylinder Exchange Service, MeteredService
CO. 2-J7: 9:08: 1058
p.m. p.m. .
Home and or Bulk Service.
Farms
Hadden Lanes 1027 Business
S. 8th St. Ph. 261-3319 Monday, March '4 Electrical, Beach Bar 1013 I
; Peyonddustry Gas Mains .and For In- When ,one cylinder is completely empt, the
3:20: a.m. 9:52: a.m. ,Contractor High, Ind. GameJ. I I CYLINDER reserve cylinder is put into use. You notify

4:00: p.nu 10:12 p.m. .1-HOUR SERVICE Beckett 251'' An 'here. Suburban Propane by mailing a special order

Going Fishing? Tuesday, March 5 Phones C. Junck Hodge 247 I ...A..A., EXCHANGE card, and a full cylinder is then delivered to
E. 245 *
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261-5194 261-4379 H H you in exchange for the empty one In this
or ,
4:3d: a.m. ; 10:55: a.m. High Scratch Bowlers
Visit Us For 5:12 11:13 C. Hodge 233627J. I Your Suburban Propane Gas Service SERVICE way you always have a reserve cylinder of
p.m. p.m. ,
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Complete Line Qf Williamson 224-402 ?as on hand. ,
Wednesday, March 6 Comes. To You From A Mod-
Fishing Tackle Shoes For Men J. Beckett 230-599
..___ Suburban Propane is delivered to permanent
Rods 5:32: ajn. 11:52 a.m. c. Green 212-686 Office Salesroom and Distribution
S w Reels ern storage-on your premises by a regularly scheduled
6:06: 'p.m: S. Bohannon 195-535 I METERED, ,
REPAIRS WHILE tank truck.
Outdoor Your te
Camping gas consumption
F. Bowen 182-525 Plant Located In Fernan
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Equipment Thursday,. March 7 YOU WAIT J. Barniak 192 523 j SERVICE ,: registered on a meter, and you are billed ac-
6:25 a m. 1207 F, Mitchell 188-519! dma Beach, One of 96 Suburban ,'","\ cordingly. You pay only for the gas you use
FIR EST 0 N E : : ;; a.m. E.: Junek -, >> after vou use it. .
6:56: p.m. 12:42: p.m.: Shoe Hospital I 205- 511 j Propane Gas Service Centers In .
R. Hadden 189=-503
BEACH SUPPLY This service is provided for farms
industry,
B. Pilkinton 198504D. 17 States. Each Center Is .
Operated
11% Atlantic Are 26M48 Tides i Courtesy 9 North 4th Street Roberts 215-500 BULK commercial and philanthropic institutions
Coast ft
Geodetic
r- -- ___i._ ; Surrey By Skilled, Local People where large quantities of gas are used. No gas
SERVICE requirement is *'too big" to be served by Pro
Who Take Pride In ,Serving You. .. pane Gas Service in an efficient, economical

t f\-. : : FUN IN THE SUN .use e .. and dependable manner.


., FISHING AT FERNANDINA BOATING BEACH SWIMMING .w- Fnyui; c1i 6lrrlt/1iJ w SUBURBAN PROPANE GAS SERVICE :

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7 SOUTH SEVENTH PHQNE# 261-3661
GOLFING AND JUST PLAIN "LIVIN1"
STILL A FEW 1962 APPLIANCES AT 207r OFF

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: News From Square Dance Refresher Coursein
the Game Room at 8:00
p.m.
iii Quantity Right
Men and Boys' Health Club in
,the Boys' Locker Room, day and 44 "h" Reserved
I The Rec CenterBY i evening. fi tN Prices March Good 2ndWINN thru

Majorette Practice on the Patioat .
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, DIXIE ti011i. INe.IXiel
SANDY DeSANDRO 7:00 p.m.THURSDAY .. COfTAI0NT111)1and
MARCH' 7:
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28: !I!Owens, Instr. 11 Playschool in the' Game Roomat D
. Playschool in the Game Koom 1 I I' Preteen Ballet Class in the 9:30 a.m., Joan Bean, Instr Land 0' SunshineBUTTER
at 9:30: a.m., Joan Bean, Instr. :|Auditorium at 4:30: p.m., Julanne Adult Ceramics Class in the
Adult Ceramics Class -in the Owens, Instr. Ceramics Room at 9:30 a.m., Martha SAVE
Ceramics Room at 9:30 a.m.,:4>' Adult Ballet Exercise Class in Jean Puletti, Instr. "-
Martha Jean Puletti, Instr. 'the Auditorium at 8:60 p.m., Jul Avon Sales :Meeting in the Conference '
Ballet Class ((3 and 4) in the anne Owens, Instr. Room at 11:00 a.m. :
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,Auditorium at 10:00: a.m., Julanne Jaycees in the Conference Roomat I Ballet Class ,((3 and 4)). in the t [
Owens, Instr. 8:00: p.m.Adults I' Auditorium at 10:00 a.m., Julanne \ "
.Ballet Class ((6 yrs ) in the and' Teens Ceramics Owns, Instr. R,1 t
Auditorium at 2:30: p.m., Julanne Class in the Ceramics! 'Room at Ballet Class ((6 yrs..) in the r',
Owens, Instr. 7:30 p.m., Martha Jean Puletti, Auditorium at 2:30 p.m. Julanne
Ballet Class ((5 and 6)) in the Instr. Owens, Instr. .. a.!
Auditorium at 3:30: p.m., Julanne Island Squares Club in the Ballet Class ((5 and 6)) int the} / LB4y
Owens, Instr. Game Room at 7:30 p.m. Auditorium at 3:30 p.m., Julanne :
Ballet Class ((7-9)) in the Audi- Men and Boys' Health Club in Owens, Instr.
torium at 4:30 p.m., Julanne the Boys' Locker Room, day and Ballet Class ((7-9)) in the Auditorium
,Owens, Instr.Atlantic evening. '
at 4:30 p.m.; Julanne '
Limit 1 with $5.00 food
Avenue Playground, TUESDAY, MARCH 5: Owens, Instr. ,
supervised play, 3:30.5:39: p.m., Playschool in the Game Roomat Atlantic Avenue Playground, i order or more. -
Hugh Sides, Supv. 9:30 a.m., Joan Bean, Instr. supervised play, 3:30. 5:30 p.m.,
Cub Scout Pack 171 in the Brownie Troop 355 in the Game Hugh Sides, Supv.
Auditorium at 5:30: p.m. Room: at 3:00: p.m. Lions Club Minstrel Practice in
Senior Citizens Club in the,, Tap Dance Class in the Audi the Auditorium at 8:00 p.m. :-
Conference Room at 7:00: p.m. torium at 3:30 p.m., Julanne Men and Boys' Health Club in S.. L nd
Men and Boys' Health Club in Owens, Instr. the Boys' ,Locker Room, day and
the Boys' Locker Room, day and Ballet Class ((9-11)) in the Auditorium evening.

evening. I at 4:30 p.m., Julanne WHOLE HALF SMOKED
or
,FRIDAY, MARCH 1: Owens, Instr. .
1 .. Phone ServiceTo
Atlantic Avenue Playground,
.Jaycees Race Registration in
the Conference Room at 7:00: p.m. supervised play, 3:30.5:30: p.m.,
Sub-Teen Club in the Game Hugh Sides, Supv. West Indies
j i' Ceramics Class ((10 and 11)) in IlIIIII
.Kqpn) at 7:15 p m.
Political Meeting sponsored by the Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m., H 49i
KAC and Young Democrats in Martha ,Jean Puletti, Instr.I Gets Big Boost a m s LB.
the Auditorium at 8:00 p.m. I Tri Hi Y in the Art Room at I DETERGENT

Men and Boys' Health Club in 7:30: p.m.Barbershop. A new unaerseas telephone
Quartet in the Conference I
the Boys' Locker Room, day and cable linked Jamaica, W. I., to the
Room at 8:00 I
evening. : p.m. U. S. dial network,today. '
SATURDAY MARCH: 2 I Lions Club Minstrel Practicein !
:
The
Lines
Long Department of
the Auditorium at 8:00: p a
p.m.
Men and Boys' Health Club in American Telephone" and Tele J

the Boys' Locker Room, day and I Men and Boys' Health Club in graph Company said calls to the ARR43,
evening ( the Boys' Locker Room, day and Caribbean island will now go
Teen Club in the Game Room ;i.evening.. through faster and may be made I I
'at '730 pm.Jaycee WEDNESDAY MARCH 6: on a reduced tat.e'-ljasis., i w-Brand. NATURALLY TENDER Beef is trimmed
Car Dance the Girl Scout Troop 108 in the I BRAND
Sports in The Cable, exteiidin 850 nautical -| by experts to remove excess fat and bone. Compare
Auditorium at 9:00: pm. Game Room at 3:00 p.m. miles between Florida City, u. ueeo the W-D Trim. And compare the WeD GUARAN- SAVE 21 f
MONDAY, MARCH 4: Atlantic Avenue Playground, Florida and a'' point near Kingston I TEE. W-D Beef is guaranteed for quality and value
Children's' Art Class in the Art supervised play, 3:30.5:30 p.m., Jamaica, back. No finer beef sold. 58"
provides
high.I or your money T'd ,GIANT
Room at 3:30: p.m., Faith Britton, Hugh Sides, Supv. quality voice circuits between I .
Ceramics Class and 13)) in '
Instr. (12 FULL CUT BONELESS ROUNDteaks
Jamaica and the mainland. It will with $5tO) food
Atlantic Avenue Playground, the Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m., the backboneof limit 1
eventually serve as
lOpli vised play, 3:30: 5:30 p.m., Martha Jean Puletti, Instr. an underseas telephone network -I i order or more.
Hugh Sides, Supv. Adult Ceramics Class in the planned for Central and i S 88
Teen-age Ballet Class in the Ceramics Room at 7:30 p.m., Mar. South American points. An extension lb
:Auditorium at 3:30 p.m., Julanne tha Jean Puletti, Instr. of the cable from Jamaica -\
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to the Canal Zone is planned i
for early spring. 'I T-BONE or SIRLOINSteaks ,
The $14,000,000 system is jointly -!
KEEP( AHEAD OF '
owned by A' T. and T., is subsidiary -
Transoceanic Communications -' ;
THE WEATHER Inc., and Cable and Wire-; b.98
Iss (West 'Indies) Ltd. It is:1 I7IDI
single-cable system with a capacity '
!, S of 128 simultaneous conver EXTRA LEAN, MEATY BEEF SHORT
sations. This is greater than that .
: FOR FAST EFFICIENTLP of any ocean cable in service today .' a q ASTOR COFFEE
and over three times the initial I
capacity of the first trans- Ribs
GAS Ib. ? .
atlantic cable in. -
1956. telephone opened, .. Jy 1lb.
I
; : DELIVERY & SERVICE Cable and amplifying equipment t CHUCK.

'I'. are of a new design recently can 1 .'
: developed by Bell Telephones I
"' .- BULK 9 BOTTLE Laboratories. Instead of the outer i SAVE 210'D
armour used in previous deep-sea R 59
I
CALL systems, the cable gets is strength : oas ?

from a core of 41 steel wires. The 11 MAXWELL HOUSE .Save 15t ...

Good Housekeeping are new spaced"repeaters"about, 20 or miles amplifiers apart,: EXTRA LEAN, FRESH GROUNDBeef.511 Coffee i.te.

: along the route. Each repeater: N 481
contains about 500 components i
g g
: I including directional filters to; Limit I with $5.00 food

Gas & Appliance Co. permit two-way transmissions'over order or more

a single cable, .
-- All calls to some 40,000 telephones "
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: in Jamaica are now being SWIFT'S PREMIUM
2255M6ijIfg
dialed direct by overseas operators -
in Miami. Within a month,
however, long distance operators -
: "ASK ABOUT OUR throughout the United States will Sliced Baco Ib.. 49x
be dialing the calls direct. Calls
c. FULL LINE OF GAS will then go through as fast as: ..
., Lt25 sIC6rut.ee. operator dialed long distance

.. .a. APPLIANCES"Jo calls, Long Lines;said. I I DEEP SOUTH Save 20 Each Limit one with food order. '
New rate :scheduled for callsto /
-------- -- -- Jamaica' became :effective '
I tojday. d*
I'' They provide for station-to-
|I station, night and Sunday calls I Ii Mayonnaise ; 291HUDSON.
| at reduced charges. Formerly,! quart
-- I one rate applied for all calls made .
All PeopleTHAT ': from the same'art'ai>n the U. S.

: ,, mainland. A thrqe-rauwte" station 4 Roll Pkg. Save 14 MORTON Apple, Cherry, Peach, C'nut CustardBATHROOM
call from New York for examplenow
'I costs $6.50duri:\ the day TISSUE 4 ROLLS 391 Fomily, $
: HAVE PURCHASED and $5.50 at night' and on Sun- Pies. 1.

,. ... I day. Formerly, tie;-, charge was THRIFTY, MAID Save It EachEVAPORATED e Size

: HOMES THIS PAST YEAR I! not from S9.00 include New for any York Federal three-minute(The: tax rates). call do MILK 9 TaIl Cans 99 MORTON Chicken, Beef Turkey

.. I I Telephone senwe!,fcetween the $
SAVE OVER A PENNY
A CAN
I U. S. and Jai i3
i If you have purchased a home in Nas- t I first in year April that, 1930.service During was provided the- PET EVAP.. MILK 8 TaIlGans 1.

: sau County and you make that home : ,,221 the call annual"message. were made. Currently vol.- 4.71. Ji HI-ACRES FLORIDA ORANGE (t-ox.)


- I your permanent residence then you are ," ume over between 50000. the, "two- countries is I = 5OFree.(1.OJtGreeRSta.s =. 50 Free W' Green Stomps J JU.lce' 5 Cans 99;

entitled to the benefits of homestead Ravm nE.'" Todd WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF WITH THIS.COUPON AND PURCHASE OF s .
THREE Ir
E FROZEN TASTE O'SEA Two PKSS. FROZEN CHUN KING

: Exemption. On USS Enterprisen Fish Slicks Shrimp Chow Mein

Mediterranean GOOD THRU MARCH 1NO 8OOO THRU MARCH 2ND
I AT ANY WINN-DIXIE AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
People making application for Homestead exemption I USS ENTERPRISE (FHTNC) 10 d { 11 d
for the first time must bring a Deed or an Raymond E. Todd, damage con- _
Article of Agreement to how.. proof of ownershipof ; trolman third class! USN, son -.Th----- -_- FANCY GOLDEN BANTAM
of Mr. and Mrs. Milton I. Toddof h( d ry( dht
Property. The Heed or Article of Agreementmust
w
Route 1, Yulee is serving
; be recorded in the office of Clerk of Circuit aboard the attack aircraft carrier H Free #tf Green Slaips 50 Free &tf Green Stamps CORNEars .
Court before an exemption can be allowed. This is I, USS Enterprise, currently
WITH THISCQUPON_ AND PURCHASE OF WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
your benefit. It sa\es you money, so take advantage on deployment to the Mediterranean -
: of this benefit. REMEMBER you must bring I with the Sixth Fleet. Two Res. DIXIE DARLING OHI:2.La. Box CRACKIN' GOOD

jour Deed or Article of Agreement when you apply I The nuclear-powered Enter- Cake Mixes Fig Bars
prise is the nucleus of .a fast
the first time.
for eooo
THRU MARCH SNO GOOD THRU MARCH 2ND
carrier striking force within the
AT
ANY WINN DIXIE AT
ANY WINN-DIXIE [
fleet. Shefill visit several ?
April 1 1st, is the deadline for making Southern European seaports dur- j-- c
ing her operations. i

application for the Homestead Exemp- Ji r Ji
wouM be
Many a man happyto DiXIg
> = =: DARLING DINNER

tion. strings be tied- if to only 32t she wife's wore apron one. 50 Free.(t.:Green; Star; 51 Free.(Dhl."Creu StaMps :..

f*. \ WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OFf Rolls 5x
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f' SI oo OR WORe WORTH or 1.00 OR Mont:WORTH OF
: E. N. McKENDREE People Do Read Even I Health & dearly Aids CANDY .

The Smallest Ads
I GOOD THRU MARCH Iii!) COOO THRU MARCH *NB _1'
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In The News-Leader., I AT ANY WINN-DIXIE} AT ANYWINN-DIXIE ..
: ,. : Tax Assessor, Nassau County. I 14 u ry(
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.. PUBLIC NOTICEIN PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE I I PUBLIC NOTICE :

LARGE SHADED LOTS at Amelia WANTEDWANTED I NOTICE TO BIDDERS

E 100 X 145. $10 down $10 THE SUPREME COURTCHANCERY FOR BIDS I The C'ty Commission of the City of
:
WANT AD RATES I IUi I Ig 'DIUSIO.VLV The Board of County Commissioners Fernandina Beach Florida, will receive
per month. Call Howard Ham. TilE \TTER OF A TRUST of Nassau County, Florida, invite sealed bids for the furnishing of

: .05) per word ,75 minimum mond, 2613733. tf: V.8 STRAIGHT AGREEMENT' 3IADE BETWEEN I sealed bids for furnishing approximately -I' one (1) twenty (20) adult passenger
JOhN A. CALHOUN AND TilE 7,000 gallons of Propane liqui. thereofare
deails
'stick, preferably Ford, around bus. Specifications and
: Card of Thanks Resolutions ROYAL TRUST COMPANY, DATED fied petroleum gas for delivery to I on file at the City Hall. Fenian-
: and Similar Notices TWO NEW BRICK, three bedroom $200. Call 'Windle Brooks, 261- APRIL 15, 1924, Nassau County Prison Farm and or dina Beach. Florida.
3401. M7c and Nassau County Agent's office at Billiard I before
den 1% bath homes 150 Bids shall be returnable on or
:bZ, plr word 11.00 minimum IN THE MVTTER OF AN APPLICATION Florida and/or Nassau County i 7:30: P.M. on March 13 1963 and the
foot frontage. $11,950 with $500 OF THE SAID THE ROYAL' Civil Defense Headquarters building, I City Commission reserves the right to
Cal 261-3686 0 2613687or COLORED GIRL wants days '
< FHA or VA. II TRUST COMPANY FOR DIRECTIONS at Five-Points. Fernandina Beach. reject any or all bids and to acceptthe
: place ad at office work, ironing or house cleaning. CONCERNING. THE" INTERPRETATION 'I Florida during the twelve month period bid which in the opinion of said
Mae Delane7 122 S. 4th. OF THE SAID TRUST: beginning April 1st. 1963 and end. City Commission is in the best interest
: 511 Ash Street THREE BEDROOMS, 1% baths Lucy TtET Er\ AGREEMENT !I ing March 31st. 1964 I of said City of Fernandina Beach.

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4 beautiful lot Not J F28p LET ELEANORE (BOGART) DA- I Successful bidder will be requiredto Florida.J. .
.... a project .. : VIDL-ON. of the City of Victoria i furnish one (1)) storage tank of not CLAYTON SANDERS
.. $10,000 with $350 down, WAITRESSES WANTED. Apply British Columbia RACHAEL V. BOi-! I less than 250 gallon capacity at Civil Acting City Auditor and Clerk
month.ATTENTION ; ART of the said City of Victoria, I Defense Headquarters Building Five- city of Fernandina Beach Florida
FOR SALENE $65 .
: Lannons Firebird Truck. U. S. MARY PEARL BOGART, widow of I Points, Fernandina Beach Fla It 228

# 17, North of Yulee. Phone 25- Charles Francis Bogart and Executrix It shall be the responsibility of successful I

VETS: Nice 3 bed. 5149. tic of his estate, of the City of Vancouver, I bidder to see that an ample PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE
19C2 RAMBLER-American, \ British Columbia. and FRANK GIBsorr. supply of gas is on hand at all loca.
2 door Delux, {? months old room home just outside town. S Executor of the Last Will and tions at all tunes to insure operationsof TO BIDDERSThe
ex-
Chain link fence. $8,400, $400 WANTED USED PIANO,, Testament of Ruby Knight Bogart. all gas equipment. City Commission of the City of
: cellent condition. My equity widow of John A. C. Bogart. of Pal. Fernandina Beach, Florida, will receive
spinet type. Phone Bids should be filed with D. 0 Ox-
$150 and take up payments down, $55 month. 2615257.tfc atka Florida within thirty (30) dajsafter I ley Clerk to Board County Commis sealed bids on March 13, 1963
S i
-the service of this Summons on .
$47,12 month. John T. Ferreira & Son sioners.. Nassau County Courthouse. at 7:30: P.M. for the locating and furnishing
Phone 261- ,
per them, inclusive of the day of such 12" well at
I Florida. before of one ((1)) deep
503 Atlantic Ave. Phone 261-5571 Fernandina Beach.
3775. lfcSifREGISTERED service cause an appearance to be Coif Course.
; 10:00 o'clock A. M March 13th.. 1963. I the Fernandina Beach
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entered for them and each of them
: Plans and specifications thereof are
-duL at which time same will be opened !
SIAMESE kit. PLYWOOD CAMPER for % ton MISCELLANEOUSHOME I ,to the Summons, which is issued on read and considered.The on file at the City Hall Fernandina
the of The Trust I
application Royal llewh Florida The City Commission
3 tens. Phone 261-3998. F28c pickup truck. 261-4381. tlc : Company Trustee under a Trust Board reserves the right to reject -II reserves the right to reject any or all
-- Agreement made between John A. I any or all bids. uiu silO to accept the bid which in the

4'WOLARGE LOTS on river SPECIALS MADE POUND cakes,, Calhoun, now deceased and it, the I Dated this 21st.. day of February, I' opinion of said City Commission is in

: front with flowing well layer and birthday cakes, pies. 9k said The Royal TrusfCompany, dated 1963. the best interest of said CIty of Ferrrandina .
on. GOLF CART AND clubs, $25 I the 15th day of April, 1924. for the : HOARD: COUNTY COMMISSIONERSNASSAU teach I Florida
Heckscher Dr. Phone 2614662. All kinds. Call Patricia Lodge. I ueiermination of tne following ques- I COUNTY. FLORIDA J CLAYTON SANDERS
and
table chairs
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tfc dining $45 261-5332. tfc i '&510 tions, namely: By Harry Poole Chairman Acting City Auditor and Clerk
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dinette set, $25 child's red 1 Cepr. LAF 7" Service "1.1: (al Whether, under the true construction Attest: City of Fernandina Beach Florid

ARGE DINING TABLE, six rocker, $3.95 stack tables, ALL TYPES ROOFING and re i r 4E April of 15,the 1924 Trust, made Agreementdated between : D. 0. Oxley. Clerk.2t 221, Z8L"l'TUE It %-28

chairs, $45. Dinette .set table, $4.50 each Bahama lounge, pairs. No money down, free es 'I I1)ifRE'S NO OTHER WAY OUT MOM AND John A. Calhoun, deceased, late of I PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE

: C chairs, $25. Phone 261.4572. $35 large, carved buffet redecorated timate. J. B. Meeks Roofing the City 'of Baltimore in the State of PUBLIC NOTICE I
DAD ARE FIGURING\ ON BUYING' A Maryland United States of America FOR BIDS
in white $17.50 Co. Jacksonville Florida. PO
and the Trustee. did the said John A.
I NOTICE is hereby given that the
SPECIAL ) COURT OF TilE COUSTi
BARGAIN colored.l I II
87057. C. Bogart and the said Charles Fran
household items BATHROOM
paint Allp HOME, i JUDGE. ,NASSAU COUNTY, I'LOR. Board of Trustees of Humphrejs-
.. 2 bedrooms cis liogart: take a vested interest, not
bath
kitchen. I IDA IN PROBATE.NO. mortal Hospital will accept bids until
tables chairs etc. See at
I liable to be divested in the event that
: Water available. House TYI'IST 11PUBLIC S i 201* 10,00 AM. March 21, 1963 for the
piped either of them predeceasedthe
SHIELL'S SWAP SHOP 511 they or furnishing of one FLAME PHOTOMETER
In Estate of
.. and wired. Nearly new. Shady I South'8th St. : WITH YOUR EXPERIENCE, you I said Henrietta A. Uogart and did CAROLINE it: LONG, Details and specification!
NOTICENOTICE I PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE not leave child each surviving in '
a be obtained from the office or
lot home Deceased. may
: little down. Low I IIi" can conveniently type at
> easy pay I the capital and accumulations of the : the Administrator. All bids must be
ments. BIG DISCOUNT. Call '116 FT. GLASPAR fiber-glass I and earn approximately $2.24 TO BIDDERS I FOR BIDS said trust funds on the death of the'I All NOTICE Creditor TO and CREDITORSTo All Person sealed, clearly marked, and f1Jed-
of Sealed bids will be received at the The Hoard of County Commissioners I said John'. Calhoun?: Administrator wuhm the
hour. For a charge only with the
collect Jacksonville FL per Claims or demands Against
!) Having
9.66141 I 75 Johnson electric of
boat Nassau invite
h.p. County, Florida
I office of the Amelia Island is hoard the
I I shall send the I Mosquito (b) If the last preceding question Said Estate: time allowed. The reserves
: or Brunswick ME 82432. F28c $1, you complete -( Control District of bids for furnishing gasoline, diesel : bIds.
starter, trailer. Excellent con Nassau County answered in the affirmative. did the You and each of you are hereby right to reject any and all
i I information. Virginia Tol- Florida, at 7 North 4th Street, Fer. fuel lubricating oils and greases for I widow of the' said John A. C. Bogart I I notified and required to present any DATED THIS 26TH DAY OF FEU'
EXCEPTIONAL VALUES" dition, $1195 complete. Phone I nandina Beach. FlorIda until 10:30 period March 16th., 1963 to March I and witnou I .
Your er, Box 1061 Nashville, Tenn. he having died interstate i claims and demands which you, or RUARY. 1963
15th., 15G4
2613174. tlc IA,M. March 5th. 1963. for the follow. inclusive in approximately i leaving lawful issue become vested either of you may have against the C. W. Brandies, Chairman ,
choice of two 3 bedroom houses. F28p the following quantities the
I mg: during with the interest in the said trust Estate of Caroline Long Deceased, Hoard of Trustee
: Hardwood floors, aluminum One ((1)) New Caterpillar D-4 Crawl- period FOR of time stated heretofore i fund to which the said John A. C. Bog. late of Nassau County. Florida to Humphreys Memorial Hospital
er.Tractor with Model 4 A Hydraulically DELIVERY TO NASSAU art would have been entitled had he 2t 228 3T
VANITY BEAUTY SHOP the Honorable J. E. Weatherford, Ccun-
-
.
awning windows. No. 1 con. FOR RENT I controlled Angledozer, or equal. COUNTY PRISON CAMP. HHJJARD survived his mother, the said HeII !- I ty Judge of Nassau County, County

: crete block, carport, high dry Thrifty permanent wave, 595. DESCRIPTION OF MACHINE DESIRED FLORIDA 25000 gallons: gasoline first grade etta A. Bogart?: Courthouse in 1-ernandina Beach Nassau Patronize Our Advertisers"HAPPY"

: lot. Nearly new. No. 2 Distinctive service, budget ; One New" Crawler-Tractor. regular (c) If question (a) is answered in I County, Florida, within six months.. .
spa. I FURN. OR LNFURN.: nice beruh prices. Telephone 261-4686 for Tractor to be a 6o gauge. Diesel En.. 16,000 gallons diesel fuel grade No. the affirmative did the widow of the from the date of the first publication
of
cious not quite finished but liv gine not less than 350 Cu. In. displacement
being
2 said Charles Francis Bogart. she of this notice.
: able. Large, high lot. Paved apt. Year round rent. Phcne appointment. tfc and developing not less 1.500 gallons .motor or lubricatingoils the Executrix of his Last Will and I I Each claim or demand must be in..
than 100 HP. at the flywheel; 24-volt
of
2613174. tlc leitament and the :sol: oenefttitrv writing' and must state the place
road, well. Huge Discount From I $5 REWARD for return of two direct oil. electric starting; blower fan 1.000 Ibs. grease. thereunder become vested with the I residence and post office address of I
clutch cleaner
type dry type air
said trust fund to the claimant and must be sworn to
Original Cost. Call collect FOlt DELIVERY TO NASSAU interest in the
.: FURNISHED APT. % block from month old, tan male puppy, lost transmission with .five forward and COUNTY COURTHOUSE and/or NAS- which the said Charles Francis Bogart by the claimant, his agent, or his attorney ,

.. Jacksonville FL 9-CG44 or I Post Office, electric kitchen, in Amelia area., Phone 2613117. four reverse speeds and a forward- SAU COUNTY JAIL. Fernandina would have been entitled had he i or it will become void accord f
-
lever for fast shifts. The
reverse undercarriage
: Brunswick ME 82432. F28c private entrance. Phone 201 F28c is to have at least ten Reach Florida survived his mother' the said Hen ing to law. .
rietta A. Bogart? Each creditor shall deliver sufficient -
diesel fuel oil ; I
12.000 gallons grade
4341 or 2615186. tfc I I lifetime, lubricated bottom rollers and of his claim to enable the
No.2. (d) If question (a) is answered in copies
3'IVE
BEDROOM modern home the carrier rollers and front idlers are each
IF YOU'RE INTERESTED Judge to mail one to
County
also to be of lifetime lubricated design. In conformance with a ruling of the the negative, did the interest r the S y4f.
: near high school, on large lot ALEXANDER APTS old stamps or: coins, phone Thirteen.inch wide full grouser shoes. Attorney General. State of Florida all said trust fund which said John A. C. I personal representative.A. D. 1963. ( ( ,
with fruit The track links are to be of the sealed prices shall be firm for the durationof Bogart and the said Cuarles rrancis Dated February 20.
trees. Big utility MODERN, FURNISHED APT, Cora Winans at 2615421. tfc I' THE BARNETT NATIONAL BANK .
the contract period. Bogart would have received had they
is to include
type. Equipment heavy-
: house. FHA mortgage, or can I 337 N. Fletcher, No.2. Hot duty idlers. heavy duty guards hydraulic All bids shall give grade of ea/1'' survived by his mother, Henrietta A OF JACKSONVILLE as Executorof of .

::: be refinanced. 208 South 17th I water furnished, $55 month, FLOOR SANDING and ,refinish. track adjusters, front pull item to be furnished as well as price Br.gart. or, they having predeceased -, Caroline the Last Long Will, Deceased.and Testament
after deducting Federal Taxes (exemption their moth rhich their
St Phone 261-5470. round. Apply Apt 1. Ph. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson. hook an angling dozer with hydraulic I First publication on: I
: year ing. control and a heavy duty Cab Guard. certificates will be furnishedby respective child would have rec@ved!
..- 2613114. tlc Phone 2614609. tlc GENERAL: Minimum specificationsfor purchaser). if such there had been lapse and become February 28. 1963 228,37,14,21 .
-- Leasel Purchase of new Crawler- Successful bidder shall furnish stor- vested in the said Eleanore 4t
-
1')0 X 130 SHADED LOT in Pirates
: Tractor: Proposal for equipment age tanks at Prison Camp as follows '(Bogart) Davidson and Rachael V
"" Cove, corner Gregor Mc. NEWLY DECORATED apt with IF YOU HAVE a drinking problem which does not meet the minimum 1 1,000 gallon. tank with electrically Bogart in equal shares as the only I'' PUBLIC NOTICE ,

: Gregor and Ohio Aves. Curbs garage, $30 rii nth. Apply _HiS write Alcoholics Anony. specifications will be rejected. Equipment operated pump. surviving children of Henrietta A.
ath St. tic offered shall be New, the manufacturers -: 2 .550; gallon tanks with electrically Bogart; and for such further or other I NOTICE TO BIDDERSThe IS HAPPY
: and gutter and on city sewer. / mous, Box 338, city. EL-6-7700 latest model and shall car i operated pumps for each. directions as to the Court may seem 1 City Commissionj of the City of S TO HE INFERNANDINA
.. ; .. ..w4Lida.CL' .jecewed to 10:00 and let ')f the Aft : ,
,
$4,000.'Phone 2$14851after -- +' tic' ry the standard factory warranty up I proper A cony Fernandina Beach t'lOJ'ida1ll receive
: I FIVE ROOM CHOUSE for rent. Said machine shall have all accesS o'clock A. M, March 13th., 1963 at I riaut of Jcorge F. Publicover, upon' sealed bids for the following BEACH

.. 5 p.m. 523 S. 7th St. Also furnished sories listed as standard by the manu- which time same will be opened read which this Summons has been issued paving projects in the City of Fernan
,
G---- MEN AND WOMEN NEEDED facturer plus any optional or extra and considered. Bids should be submitted without exhibits, be served with, this Beach '
I dina ?
You Met Him
POLAROID: CAMERA, complete I apt. for rent. Phone 2613806. WORK IN CIVIL SERVICENo accessories as called for in these to D. 0 Oxley Clerk Board Summons. 1. 260 lineal feet of street paving Have
attachment M7c : specifications. Proposals will be con- I County Commissioners., Nassau County DATED this sixth day of February, and approximately 400 lineal feet of
: with all in leather experience necessary, gram sidered only on equipment which can Courthouse.- Fernandina S Beach. A. D. 1963. concrete curbing.

m carrying case. Phone 2613207. mar school education usually be quickly serviced and maintainedupon I Florida. (Sgd.) Cain 2. Approximately 2,320 lineal feet of
FURNISHED APT. close in. Ap. the request of the purchaser, The Board reserves the right to reject REGISTRAR
I street resurfacing.
: F14c ply 202 Citrona Dr. Phone 261. sufficient Train now at home The bidder must maintain in his ser any or all bids. (Sgd.) L. Me E. Ritchie 3. The paving of approximately
I
.. 4227. tic lot jobs with Security. For details vice facilities an adequate supply of Dated this 21st., day of February 4,236 square yards of parking area. I
.COMPLETE OUTFIT, like new. address repair parts for the machine offeredI A. D. 1S63BOARD S I, LS.C. Ch D 4. Approximately 465 lineal feet of "SEE C.( B.
send name, phone I I and shall also maintain personnel and COUNTY COMMISSIONERS This Summons was taken out by street paving, approximately 1.500 .
: 12 ft. runaboutith controls, THREE ROOM furn. apt. 407 no. to: NATIONAL TRAINING equipment to provide such service as I NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA. Gilbert McGloan and GUlls Solicitorsfor square yards of parking area and approximately -

'-I trailer, and 35 horsepower Cedar. Phone 2615836. tfc SERVICE, P. 0. Box 500, Green. may be requested with to keep the of machinein Attest BY Harry: Poole. Chairman the above named The Royal Trust 475 lineal feet of concrete 'Pete' INGRAM"FOR
operation a minimum delay. Company. curbing.
Johnson motor, excellent con. wlcb, Connectic M28c HOUR METER An electric hour D. 0. Oxley, Clerk. The persons hereby summoned may Bids shall be returnable on or before .

: dition, $450. Phone 2G1-4610. McCRANIE APTS. meter; Hobbs Model MI.968. or equal 2t %-21, 28 appear hereto by entering an appear 7:30 P. M. O'clock on March 13, !
.. tfc "PUBLIC shall be cushion.mounted on the instrument "-. ance either personally or by a solicitor 1963 at the City HalL and specifications .
3 FURNISHED APTS. Utilities :
.. II NOTICENOTICE panel. or if room does nol PUBLIC NOTICE I with the Registrar, of the Supreme and plans thereof may be obtained ,
hot water, washing machine permit. shall be mounted in some Court Fredericton New at the Office of the City Manager I Life Insurance
LARGE MAHOGANY drop-leaf UNDER FICTITIOUS other location convenient for reading. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Brunswick and delivering a copy to .
... $8.75, $10 and $11.25 week. NAME LAW The hour meter shall be connected so UORtDSTATUTES ilbert, McGloan and Chills solicitorsfor The City pf Fernandina Beach reserves Retirement 'Income
table opened seats eight. A Monthly rate cheaper. Private Notice is hereby given that the uif as to record engine-operating hours.J .I* TilE COURT 01' TilE COUNTY the above named The Royal Triisi the right to reject airy or all ,

: bargain at $20. Phone 261-4572: baths. Also beach rentals. Call dersigned. pursuant to Fictitious Past experience in Honda in per JIDGE, NASSAU COUNTY, JLOR- Company, at 22 King Street, Saint bids and to accept the bid which in Healtji & AccidentHospitalization
.... Name Ltatute" House Bill No. 1175 forming arthropod control work with f ,iD.IS' PROHVTE.'laftt i Johrr. New Hrunswick.i the opinion of said City Commissionis
--- -- W. I. McCranie, 2614642. If Chapter No. 20953. Laws of Florida, t the machine offered and the record of : Estate of i NOTE: If the persons summoned oruiy in the best interest of said City of
hOMES
a' KINGS1JERUY 1941 will register with the Clerk of( service and maintenauce will be taken JtNNIE F. TAILOR, Deceased. of them do not enter an appear. Fernandina iieach- Florida.
pRICK COLONIAL HOME with no answer, call 261-9035, Mrs.Long. the Circuit Court in and for Nassau into consideration by the Board in II II .r&u Creditors and Persons IUvmgCJlBis ance within the time and in the man J. CLAYTON SANDERS Major Medical
tlc County Florida upon receipt of proofof reaching a decision concerning the or Demands Against Said LVtgt ner above mentioned such order will Acting City Auditor and Clerk
... three bedrooms, 2 baths, \v all- publication of this notice, the fictitious bid award. I be made and proceedings taken as City of Fernandina Beach.: Florida Disability Monthly IncomeL.
: to-wall carpet, central heat and name to-wit. TOOLS: ,The machine shall be delivered -I I ft : NEWLY DECORATED, two bed. Jerry's Draperies and Slip Covers with sufficient tools and not/ied and required to present any ; .
sir conditioning, on, corner lot. room apt on South Fletcher. Under which I am engaged in equipment for field adustments; greas'I'''I' claims and demands which you, or.. NOTE: This Summons may be L. BOHANNON
a Located at 18th and Ash business.I ing and maintenance. At either of you. may have against the served personally or by substituted
: Phone 2613658. tlc : am engaged in business on South copies of the printed Manual Instruction -i i e tare of' JANNIE F. TAYLOR deceased -II IIi service upop, an. ,adult person in the Florida United States of America
Streets. By appointment only. 8th Street. Fernandina Beach.: Fla. Book and also one catalog of parts i i late of said County, to the household of any of the above named directed to John A. C. Itogart or the INSURANCEPhone
: Reasonable down' payment and furnishedapt That the only party interested in for the machine will be provided. '.. County Judge of Nassau County Florida -; parties and shall be published once 9Aeex Executor or Administrator of the estate .
NICE
DOWNSTAIRS said business is Geraldine for the I at his office in the court house of foi his next. 261-5269
: enterprise DEUVERY bid price va CJi1.tC..I.ctoceks L: a of John A. C. Bogart or
pick up low interest loan with private entrance. 1306 Rowland.4t machine shall be the delivered priceto :t4JdCounty at Fernandina Leach. newspaper having general cirtrula ri-kin.

out closing costs. An excellent Atlantic Ave Ph. 2614835. ,2-14, 21. 28, 3.7 the Board of the Amelia Island f. Florida, within six calendar months turn ill the County of Nassau. State of 2t 2-28, 3-7
{ time of the first
: Mosquito Control District. Nassau frarrijthe publication I -- -- -- -
Kingsberry buy. tlc County. Fernandina Beach Florida at pi:t&s notice: Each claim or demand''
b PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE their Yard on South Eighth Street I, snaH-be in writing, and shall state.
The machine must be serviced adjusted ,: the place of residence: and post office
>E HAVE A GOOD three bedroom
DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT: UNDER FICTITIOUS and demonstrated to' the satisfac- address of the claimant, and shall be

a home' in Forest Hills in Unfurnished. Corner of 4th and NAME LAW tion of the Board. All Bids must 'syorn to by the claimant his agent, I
Notice is hereby given that the un b fittorney. and such claim or
d3teThe any
dell/ery {
the earliest guaranteed
: need of Veteran.. $500 down Calhoun Street, across street dersigned pursuant to "Fictitious equipment will be accepted only jtenjand not so filed shall be void. I''

and possession within 30 days. from school (St. Joseph's Aca. Name Statute" House Bill No. 1175. after sufficient.. satisfactory demonstra !, Katie C. Wells.
Chapter No. 20953, Laws of Florida and As executor of the Last Will and
I
on has been performed compliance
Plenty of shade. demy). Phone 261.4200 or 261- 1941. will register with the Clerk of with all specifications assured. Testament of I Il

a 3800. tlc the Circuit Court in and for Nassau TAXES: A1 lelia' Island Mosquito l JANNIE F. TAYLOR, deceased I
County, Florida upon receipt of proofof Control (District) (County) is exempfrom Wayne E. Ripley, Attorney for I
300 DOWN WILL MOVE
you publication of this notice, the fic Elecutrix.tirlrst j
Federal Excise and Transporta
FURNISHED APi ON BEACH
... into a brand new three bedroom titious came toit: tion Taxes and Florida State Sales publication February 28, 1963.
Phone 261-4944 after 2:30 Morris and Payne include these taxes in 4t 2.28. 3-7. 14. 21
Tax. Do not
home outside of town. $GO per Auto Body and Paint Shop
p.m. tfc. Under which we are engaged in jour bid price. An exemption certificate -! .
.. month. : business.We will be furnished on request. PUBLIC NOTICE "

III -tf FURNISHED OR UNfurnished are engaged in business on RESERVATIONS: The Commissioners -
the NOTICE OF KID
South 8th Street. at Five Points. Fernandina reserve the right to accept
:COMPLETELY REDECORATED, apt, upper or lower. 432 N. 3, Beach. Fla. Lowest and/or best bid or to reject Bids will be received by the Nassau
bath-and-a-half hout Immediate all bids. County Recreation Commission for ; _____ GENERALfpELECTRICPUSHBUTTON
> That the only parties interested in S
phone 2G1-4945 after 5. _
PAYMENT OP LEASE/PURCHASE one used 1 ton Jib Crane with 8 ft. 5
J.
said business enterprise are E.
: po&sesion: as soon as credit F28c Morris and Willie Payne I AGREEMENT: Contract for Lease/ in beam. Model LC SSJ in Farquahar ,

: is checked. $200 down and $76 4t 218 3.7, 11. 21 Purchase will be for two )'ears. Tradein Machinery Co. catalog No. 36. Send i fi
PAINTED will be accepted as full, dowq pay bids to L. D. Conner Callahan. Fia.
: per'month. Kingsberry trad:-in. FRESHLY ment and balance will be in two equal Bids to -submitted no later than 10 -S-

'* -tr TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED PUBLIC NOTICE parts first payment due in March, a.m. Monday March 11 The Commission "-
ISM and second. payment due in reserves the right tq reject any
421 N/ I
entrance.
lET US BUILD you a brick apt., private NOTICE TO CREDITORS March. 1965. Under no conditions will and all bid$. -RANGE-

.. Kingsberry home in Pirates 3rd. tlc ILORIDA STATUTES interest be paid on RentalLeasebasis. I 3t 221. 28. 3-7 I
LV THE COURT: or TilE COUNTY .1- I
: Co\e FHA or VA terms. Pick TWO BEDROOM apt. upstairs, JUDGE NASSAU COUNTY, FLOR. THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE
own plans from our large IDA. LV PROBATE.Iu OF AMELIA ISLAND MOSQUITO .
your '
furnished. All electric kitchen. re: Estate of CONTROL DISTRICT OF TO CREDITORSIN Pushbuttons give nod nuoiurtd

: selection and move in within 90 Phone 261-5269 or 2613230. tfc L. R. CHURCH: Deceased. NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA.By THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN i S _ I heat at a touch so handy
.. days. To AU Creditors and Persons Slaving G. Ralph Wolff Chairman AND FOR .NASSAU COUNT, $ ;
CUlms or Demands Against Said Es. ZL 2.11, %8 FLORID IV PROBATE.File 'I :i'F' .h.n hands are full or wet.
I II S
: PAUL c. BURNS UPPER DECK APTS. Complete. tate. Number tOIL ,tu

-Builder of Kingsberry Homes" ly furnished including TV You and each of you are hereby notified IA re: Estate of Elizabeth
PUBLIC NOTICE S Focused Hut Broilir
and required to present any I Hardee Ojilvi, Deceased.To t gives
19 S. 8th St. Ph. 261-3606 Phone 261-3118 tIc
claims and demands which you. or I IX COURT OF THE COUNTY JUDGE : AH Creditors and AU Persons S S famous charcoat-typt broilinj. .
..--- either of you. may have against the NASSAU COUNT, STATE OF I Having Claims or Demands Against
958 FORD h TON pickup, plywood TWO BEDROOM FURNISHEDapt. estate of L R. Church deceased late FLORIDA IN PROBATE. FILE :\0'1 Said Estate: '

w enclosed back. Good condition on beach, -ear'round $60 of said County, to the County Judgeof I 1543 Yon. add each of you. are hereby S Fast, KamiUss surface units swiss
Nassau County, Florida at his' of.
I INRE: I II notified and required to present any
: $600. Angus Associates, mOo Howard Hammond, 261. fice in the court house of said County ESTATE OF ROBY BLANTOX EDWARDS claims and demands which you or 'Ii 'S.-' lip. for, cosy cUaning.ONLY$21990.
2615976. tIc 3733. tlc : at Fernandina leach Florida within Deceased. either cf you may have against the 11gi '
... .' six calendar months from the time I NOTICE OF LVTENTIOV TO MAKE estate of Elizabeth Hardee OgIlvie. Deceased _
I' of the first publication of this notice. APPLICATIOV FOR FINAL late of Nassau County Florida -I 5
OSl' MINUET OJtGAX 2 SMALL UNFURNISHED house Two copies of each claim or demand DISCARGE to the Honorable J E. Weather- ; _

years old $1700 vnen new, sacrifice for rent. 1310 Franklin St. Call i shan be in writing and shall state I TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: ford. County Judge of Nassau County, _.
the place of residence and post office Ruth in his office the'j ,
Notice is hereby given that and file the same in Model J400XU
fie for Phone 2613343. 261-5277 for further information.tfc.
$1200. address of the claimant, his agent or '
i I Evelyn Edwards filed her final re-1 j County Court House in Nassau County WSEE .T.
: : tlc I attorney and accompanied by a filurg t port as Executrix of the Estate of !I Florida, withiir six calendar months i
i fee of one dollar and any such claim Roby Blanton Edwards, deceased: from the date of the first publication

:DAbilATION PUPPIES cute TWO BEDROOM! downstairs or demand RUBY not OPAL so filed CHURCH shall be void. that she filed her Petition for Fmal hereof. Each claim or demand shall 1 G.E.'s FINE 1963 LINE OF APPLIANCES
: Discharge, and that she will apply to I be in writing, and shall state the I
: as ji speckled pup! See at furnished apt. Year round. $55.1 As executor of the Last Will and the Honorable 1. E, Weatherford. place of residence and post office ad- AT OUR LARGE NEW SHOWROOM

Beta's, 141 N. 15th. tfc 126 S. Fletcher. Phone Testament: of 1. R. Church de County Judge of Nassau County. Florida dress of the claimant and shall be '
...... 261.31.381 1. ceased. on the 22nd day of Much 1963. sworn to by the claimant his agent _
tfc. : THOMAS G. HALL for approval of same and for final dis or attorney, and any such claim or
JUY X HOMESITE on. the Nas. : Attorney for Executrix charge as Executrix of the Estate of demand not so filed shall be void.

: gau River Beautiful high tWO BEDROOM unfurnished I 11 Fernandina North Fourth Beach.Street.Florida. Roby Blanton Edwards. deceased oo Dated february 18. 1963. APPLIANCE SALES AND SERVICE
this 22nd! day of March 1963s 'S- Ira William Hardee. Jr.
and dry lots Kassauville.. house. First publication February. 11. 193 Ruth Evelyn Edwards As Executor of the Estate of
: Others with waterfront priviJIt U 2 U, 2U :8. 9-7 Executrix cf the estate Elizabeth Hardee OI Tie.

Small down TWO ROOM funushed I of Roby Wanton Edwards de-. Deceased NOW New Phone
eges. payment apartment. I ceased. I .Herbert Wm. Fishier

41 Terms to suit Phone Francis -S II Albm C Thompson Jr.. Attorney for Ira William JUrdee. Jr. 113 ATLANTIC[ No.261 5801 I
Attorney for Executrix. S as Executor of the Estate cf Elizabeth LOCATED
:
Ellis, POpular 5-2661. Jackso'i- U. F. SABL'IANP I Trade At Home. Fenundina Beach. Florida. Harda&.ltOli1ieDeceased.. .
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ille. We. OSE 261-3221 4t t I' ,- 2-21,28,3-7.11 u' 2,8.8.3114
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Ten News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday,February 28, 1963 1P'P .. .' _

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___ ._ __ u." ... _. ,.., An Increase also wa*. recorded
I i-At The Churches =: WinnDixeShow Stores I for the 52-week period ended Feb.

9, when sales totaled $807,192,587
A CAPITOL LETTER compared with $766,001,229 last
Happy Birthday ST. PETER CHURCH CLAVER'S TABERNACLE CHURCfl BAPTIST : 7.4 Percent I year an increase of $41,191,358 or

5.38
percent.
Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd, 5tl i Amelia Road Phone 261-34S BY JERRY MOCK :
From S increase in Sales Winn-Dixie, which operates a
Sunday _...... 7:30 a.m. Rev. Loyd Chambers, pastor I
._.._ _._. ._. TALLAHASSEE Will Florida "Many students are average, : number of supermarkets in the
Sunday Mass 2nd, 4ti i Sunday School _. ,,. 10 a.m.
Judge! J.E, (Gene) Weatherford Atlantic University'set a na- said Williams, "because they ; local area, now has 601 retail
Sunday _____ 11:30 sPINE .m. Morning Worship _, 11 a.m. Winn-Dixie Stores, Inb., record.
stores throughout the South compared -
senior haven't been
tionwide pattern for colleges stimulated. i
Evening Worship _'__ 7 p.m. ed a 7.40 percent increase in ( with 547 units a ago."HAPPY" .
Don't Your Month Is ? The new university will open sales the 32 week year
Forget, Birth GROVE BAPTIST Wednesday Service .___. 7 p.m during period
a # Apparently many educators in with some of the latest of scientific ended Feb. 9 compared with the
CHURCH the U. S. will be watching FAU methods available to students -
Time To Renew Your Driver's LicenseBARBARA'S CHURCH OF GOD corresponding period a year ago,
Rev A. Z. Pastor
Knight
,
for a trend that could. -c develop it was announced. .
Sunday School ..._._ 9:45: a.in. Cor. 4th and Cedar Sts. across the nation.' One of these is the information .
The volume was $506,927,942
Rev. L. Marvin Johnson, Pastor
Morning Worship 11 a.m The essential reason for this is retrieval center, which amountsto
10:00 a.m. Sunday School compared with $471,983,417 last n
Training Union 7:00 p.m. _.1-.J the development of junior col a computor which will supply year, an increase of $34,944,525.For I.
11:00
a.m. Morning
Evening Worship 8:00 p.m. Service leges. Particularly inFlorida, biographical information along
y?> E. Friday Evening 7:30 the week period ended i
Wed. Night Prayer p.m, with ftc )
junior colleges have had summaries. Rather than
phenominal "pou*
7:30 ._. ... Feb. 9, sales were $64,889,421
.. Evening Service
PJU.
Meeting 8 pjn.: for hours'
KIDDIE KAMPFOR growth the past few years. over a card catalogue, compared with $60,956,893, an increase -j l
Wednesday: prayer meeting Wednesday Now '.60 per cent of the graduating the student uses a computer card of 6.45 i,
7:45 _._.._. -_ Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m.FIRST high school seniors are within to. get complete biographical in i over $3,932,528 1962. or percent : f.

WORKING w ok 35 miles of ,a ,Florida state formation.The ,
BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN junior college. This figure is expected school also will have a '

SHOPPINGRELAXING MOTHERS 429 South 6th Street CHURCH eventually to rise- to 99 learning resources laboratory, ficient way."
Rev John Dozier, Pastor per rent which will include educationalTV '
Rev. John O'Neil, Pastor Those interested in the FAU
SUPERVISED PLAY STORY TIME LUNCH Sunday Services: Sermon: "God or Mammon' !" The state's east coast, said Dr. radio, machines for protiam-,; experiment include the U. S. office

NAP TIME 10:00: A.M. Sunday School Worship Services; _..11:00 A. M. Kenneth Rast Williams, FAU med. ,learning and taped lectures.A I of edacation and various major -
NOW OPEN 7:00 A.M. TO 6:00: P.M. 11:00 A.M. Morning Worship Sunday School &::45 Al!. president, saturated with junior student, for instance, will be foundations, including the I

Barbara Bryan, 2109 Florida Ave. 6:30 p.m. __'_ B.T.U. Youth Meetings 6:00 P.31.NORTH ,"colleges from Vojusia to Dade able to dial a phone-like gadget Ford Foundation, which puts up', IS HAPPYTO
if ft counties Under the present plans, to rehear a lecture by a, professor' of the to make the
7:00 P.M. Men's Prayer Service some money I BE INFERNANDINA
Kamp Counselor Phone 261.5238NOTICE f:30 p.m. Evening Worship 14th STREET a half dozen of these junior"colleges that has been taped, either ,original college study. BEACH
BAPTIST CHURCHRev. will feed students to Florida audio tape for TV or voice tape. ,
Tuesday: A second two-year college, for
.... 7:00 pan. i___ Visitation Ran Humphreys, Pastor i freshman Atlantic'or,sophomore which will classes.have no By using the latest equipmentand the' Pensacola area, recently was Have You Met Him?
'methods, Williams has agreed
9:45 a.m. Sunday School I'
the Board of Control
approved by -
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship ] Williams-sees F'A U's growth:to : to accept a productivity: .for :biff : .' Others follow.
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 7:00 p.m. .._____ B.T.U. a .superior university." Major professors of 40 per cent greater may
Rev. E. A. Lewis, Pastor 8:00: p.m. _.Evening Worship reasons are' .that the incoming than: the state average. H.e said .
10:00: a.m. Sunday School 7:30 Mid-Week Services students will be more.* mature and this would not 'cut into research
11:00 a.m. __,-._ Worship Service p.m. Wednesday stable (mostpersons drop ,out of time, and that through advanced i
6:30 pjn. C. A. Youth Services i college the first ,two years), and, methods the professors Will.be .
7:30 pjn. Evangelistic Service Williams said,, '"by their junior able. to give more time to individual :
TO HOMESTEADERSIt Thursday mid week service CHURCH OF GOD fear, most students .have made students. INTERIOR LATEX

7:30 p.m. At Fire Points some sort. of intelligent choice of 'One of the keys, Williams said,|
Carl Cold, Pastor is the ,
i goal" teaching personnel now being -
R / Phone 261-5538 William envision the new hired. He wants teaching per. $2.79 Gal.
is State Law that each Home- : :
a ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC Sunday School l' --,..,.-...; 10 a.m. school, which-will :open September sonnel "creative minded" and not 1
CHURCH Morning Worship ____ 11 a.m. 1964' a's'a ""center for learning opposed to "gadgets.
steader sign Renewal Application for i Sunday Mass 2nd, 4th i While And Colors
Young Peop >'a Endeavor rather' than possessing fac The FAU president said he is r
Sunday 7:30 a.m. 7 p.m. Sun ulty for teaching. Since studentswill opposed to a "downward exten
the Homestead Exemption each and Sunday Mass ..........w 1st, 3rd Evangelistic Service _. 7:45 Sun. 'be more mature they will be sion" or addition of the freshmanand I '

5th Sunday, 11:30 a.m. if given more responsibility.! The sophomore years. .. ..'- .
every year. The Application Forms were Daily 8 a.m. ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL emphasis will be toward directed, "I see no advantage," he said, .
i Saturday Convent Chapel CHURCH independent study.At "to the state, the university or1
6:30 Communion in Convent FAU, the student will be .he people, themselves in competing -
mailed the first of January to .
Neil I. Rector Mtt-L
every per- Gray,
6:30 P.M. Young People's allowed to work more on his own, with our junior colleges." ) Porch & Deck
7:30 ..:
Communion
Meeting a.m. Holy advance at his own- pace, and, if '(Sen.. Scott Kelly, a near-cer-;d!' Latex
who claimed Homestead 10:00'a.m..
Exemption Choral Eucharist
son he wishes, take side tracks into ain candidate for governor, in .
FERNANDINA BEACH CHURCH 1:15 a.m. Church School Classes lame research. Certain combinations opposition to Fred Dickinson., -LJ' ,' $3.95 Gal.
last year. These forms must be signed OF CHRIST & a of courses, coupled with I of Palm Beach County, has come j

Hubert CHURCH OK GOD OF modern methods, will allow stu out' in favor of converting ,FAUjo I .: PftlOX PINK For Concrete & WoodShiell's
Gibson, Minister
and returned on or before April 1 1st.We PROPHECYRev. dent to, say, finish a course early 'a four-year college.) > i "I .
Bible Study 10:00 A.M. II. C. Drury, Pastor in the semester, then begin the Williams sees the FAU .experiment ."! Worship Service ._..11OC A.M. 10:00: a.m. _, Sunday School next, without needing to wait for as an "opportunity to makea !t. .
urge you to cooperate with us on this, as Evening Service 7 p.m. 11:00 a.m. .___ Morning Service the next year. strong thrust in education. Edu-

we have. been given notice by the State Auditing Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m. 7.30 p.m. Evangelistic Service The plan will be for-FAU to be rationally, Florida is the, most

Department in Tallahassee that the applications W.M.B. sort of an, honors program for talked of state 1: I jn the UI"9n i ip

must be signed, therefore we have no alternativeif ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN 7:30 p.m. Wednesday V.LB. Young. average students. :Many schools terms of ''what we are doing for Swap Shop
what is called honors the orderly development of higher '
CHURCH People give programs : ;
we do not have the application in the office by "
I education." ,
their
for brighter pupils.
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April 1st, but to strike those from the Homesteadroll. Amelia City Near Intersection Average students, Williams believes Florida is not doing:this to set 511 So. 8th St. Phone 261-4572
GOOD SHEPHERD
This is your benefit. It will not cost you AlA EPISCOPAL have more ability for. independent patterns," Williams said, but for
anything to sign this application, but it will cost A. F. Gerbhardt, Pastor CHURCHNeil I. Vicar learning. what is believed as the "most ef-

you in taxes if you do not. We appreciate your J:00 a.m. Morning Service 8:50 a.m. _pray Holy Communion .
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cooperation.There 9:00 a.m. Sunday School Morning Prayer
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH .
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who have not signed if MEMORIAL METHODIST -)'
are many you Rev. J. T. Dunnam Pastor CHURCH ,,' 1. -

are one of these, again we urge you to help us Sermon: A.M. "Living Sacrifices"P.M. John L. Jones, pastor H r '

and yourself: by taking care of this now. "What God Hath Joined 10:00: a.m. Sunday School) 5-- : .5 : IIVELYNEVVH
Together". 11:00: a.m. Morning Worship :
Worship Services: 8:30: A.M. 6:15: p.m. MYF Supper & Pro

Ill McKENDREE 11:00: A.M.: grams
7:30 P.M. 7:30 p.m. _,Evening Worship
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. ft *

Tax Assessor, Nassau County Training Union ___ 6:15 P.M. FIVE POINTS BAPTIST fAlCON GOES

Prayer Service Wednesday. CHURCHJ.

7:30 P.M. W. Keen, Pastor
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9:45 a.m. Sunday School) .,... ,
11:00 a.m Morning Worship ;.t. yx
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Af' -.- r 6:30: p.m. Training Union ;E3Si ti tifJ V-8 !

,\': .. .". 7:30 p.m. __.. Evening Worship .
Wednesday prayer service, 7:3r
;, L. p.m.

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