Fernandina Beach news-leader
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Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: March 7, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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Over A Century Your Best Medium

In Nassau Of Service County :i ernau' Neus-TLe aher And For Local Advertising News

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Since 1853 _Absorbed by Purchase, Merger.or Succession. The Florida News. The East Floridian The Peninsula The jernanoma Courier: me Island City, FenaaJd'na ooserver, Fernandina Express, The Fernandina News The Florida Mirror. The Nassau County Star The News. The Fernandina Record,
) Feinandina News-Record. Nassau County Leader The Outlook. The Florida-Georgia News. The Fernandina News, The.Bue aneer. .
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filam lln I,, Huge Crowd Attends Golden Crown Prix


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.., Kolb DriverIn !
::.o",":',.<. Top I Motels Eating

Ole Jupe Pluvius had the Jaycees I:I r:"1.::. .. Third Annual Places .Overf low

on tenterhooks after dousing

this area Friday afternoon with a Car RacesCharlie With VisitorsSpectators
near-' deluge and continuing the L. Sports

precipitation in slightly abated ..:.
measure through Friday night. As Kolb dominated the who flooded' Fer.
the Jaycees, the racing buffs and .tI_ Golden Crown Prix with wins in nandina Beach over the weekendto
other interested parties watchedthe both Saturday and Sunday fin attend the Golden Crown Prix

dripping skies Saturday morning ales, driving his Porsche .RSK. to in anticipation pf the thrills,
a patch of blue began to appear the victories. chills and spills that normally

here and there on the Western Kolb, of Miami, will drive a accompany- sports car racing,
horizon and all concerned began Triumph for Keymo Motors of y .. were given all they, could expect.
to breathe easier as the patches Miami in the Sebring endurancerace __ The crowd\, estimated at between
began to merge and the promise -1 later this month. In the four'and five thousand,
of fair weather became apparent ] thrilling Saturday finale, Kolb] filled local motels to capacityand
By time for the trials all nosed out David Piper of London, overflowed to Yulee and be-
bad weather doubts were dispelledand England. Piper also will drive at yond. Eating establishments! were

a perfect racing weather for Sebring, being on the Ferrari hard pressed to serve all the race
Saturday was assured.' The weather team. car buffs and interested specta
held throughout Sunday atid _
On Sunday, Kolb again parlayed tors.This
the first of three) really success .
( his driving skill and dar year's race took on an international
: ful! Golden Crown Prix for sports flavor that might
ing to a win in the feature eventof
is history and the Jaycees ;; well from
cars now grow year to year as
the 2-day program, a ,20-lap
are already planning for the Golden Crpwn Prix grows "
affair. withvan of 75.489
and letter things in 1964.
bigger in popularity.
m.p.h. over the tricky course.J. .
'The event was a gre'at success R. Fulp, Jr., of Ahderson, David Piper, of LwwSwv, E\\g-
from all}} angles. Tfce Jaycro TWH
Jand, ttitwpJ Ms bg; Fw-
S. C., was second in the feature green
have a cushion with which to expand rant but nosed out Ite
race, Bob Stoddard of Jacksonville wa* 6y
and improve their promotion daring Charlie Kolb of Miami In
I was third, Bill Bencker of : -' '
of the event.with Motels the were overflow filled extending I to I' JIM BEATTY, shown at mike, thanks all who contributedin Jacksonville was fourth' and Bill THIS SECTION OF THE PIT AREA short'i just a few of the many cars and the large Saturday's finale. .--
capacity any wto the successful third annual Golden Crown I Ticktin of Augusta, Ga., fifth. Piper is entered to dr'ive'Ferrari a
to Yulee and beyond. I number of spectators at this year's running) : of the Golden Crown Prix. When the
Prix as preparations were made to award trophies In the Roger Heftier of San Juan, in the internationally
Eating establishments did a land picture was taken, many of the speedy spprts cars were at the starting line in prepardtion .
office business and a real sizeable foreground. Beatty and John Thompson, right facing Puerto Rico, furnished considerable for second I famous Sebring classic later this
: color to the with his Sunday's race. ; month and Kolb will
chunk of "foreign" mazuraa camera, were co-chairmen of the races. In right background races drive a
driving of a Lola to ,two victor Triumph for Keymo Motors of
came to rest here in these and is Leon Jones, who handled the race program. I'I

other types of, for businesses.current Con I Photo by Tom Davis ies.The irrepressible Heftier who I I Nassau Teachers Rabid Raccoon Prompts Health Dept. Miami.Piper sold his. Ferrari on Sun
grats, Jaycees your
I has only been driving in com
day morning to Ed Cantrell of

ever.better success and Golden*best *wishes Crown for Prix.an I All-State Memorials I Advisory; Council I petition 7-lap for fifth six race months and, the coppedthe 15- I Set To Attend To Urgednoculation of All CaninesLast Tampa competed for in $13,000 the 20-lap and finale Cantrell of

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the Fort impact Clinch of the State influx Park of visitors felt] ;: Names C. B. IngramAs For State Park 1 1I I lap eighth as a driver race to to establish contend himself with. I FEA Convention week a .raccoon acting During January and February the: On race the program.fifth lap Cantrell collided .

here for the Golden Crown I I in future races. very strangely'came, into the lane of this year the State Laboratory with Bill Bencker of Jacksonville
Official winners of each race, near the house W. Higgin- reported twenty ,confirmedcases
I tfpGx and was knocked oArJif
Prix also.the Gil Becker of park, who superintendent assumed i Sales Agent j I Asks Resurfacing as furnished by the'race committee i Nassau County teachers wiljoin botham in tbeyrtst:>nd ,of Nassau i of rabies among animals, the race with a badly damaged
post teachers from all the
'. are as follows: i over county; "ore' 'raccoon'was i mostly raccoons, almost all oc- wheel. Bencker went on to :jjrfje.
last year, said that the Announcement was made this: Citing the large and ever-in state next week at the 1963
I' Race No.1, five laps Tommy killed and senV \into the State curing in the north-central coun: his Porsche to fourth places-
largest number to attend the week by Ail-State Memorials, : creasing number who view Fort Van Hoozier of Knoxville,. convention of the Florida Education )1 Laboratory by .fhe' County Health ties. Last year at this time there i Roger Heftier added to use
park in a single day, since he Inc., that C. B. "P le" Ingram, .I Clinch State Park each year, thepark's 'i Tenn. in a Zink-Petite. I'I' Association. )' Department where. it, was found I were only nine in the entire state. international flavor, driving'
has been there, passed througth' and businessman Council has issued I II \ .
resident Advisory ,
long-time -
five Jef On Thursday Mar. 14, fifteen rabid.
Race No.2. laps to
visitors r- In view of the seriousness of Lola to two victories in the 9-
gates Sunday. The the 801 week's I. of this city, has been appointed ', a resolution urging the. Stevens of Miami Springs, Fla. 'I Nassau teachers will attend the the situation the Division of Veterinary i I race -program. Heftier is a resi-
Sunday brought exclusive sales agent : and stabilization of certain -I.
as paving Elva. initial session of the delegate
in] an I j Public Health has calleda (Continued on 3)
total up to 1138. Beckealso'have visited revealed I: in this area for their extensive : roads and areas .in the park. I (Continued on page 3)) assembly, the body that transacts i ShankeloffersNew meeting of the Sanitarians of page
that 90,269 line of quality marble and granite The resolution was passed at I II I I the FEA's business.: Among :: thirteen North East Florida counties -
this ;
the park since last July.-Of I memorials. I a recent meeting of the Advisory those attending will be George for March 8th, at the State Sheriff's Water

total' 22,999 were Clinch campers is attesting I This appointment brir.gs to this Council. Members of the : Legion Post 54PlansSypper Tyson, ,president of Area 5A, I ServjcejoLocal I Board of Jlealth in Jacksonvilleto

that Fort rapidly i community a unique service, not Council :are W, ,NL,.. ,Galphin! which includes Duval, Nassau discuss means for tomb 'ing
becoming the most popular i heretofore available. White cash I I chairman, "Th'os-.-J. Shave, Jr., act Baker counties; Mrs. Bob : the alarming increasje of.jrabies Patrol Rescues
E camping*area in the state. Of sales are solicited? the All-State 'i John :'. aFprrejWwTAsians.: I For }Fjncannon president of the Nassau Musicians i among, wild animals .. i in North I
( ths *anfars 1WS4 acre oftktent ..I'fyproato ruSto: foS5Te the p'arhase and_ Gordon.J. Butler. Classroom Teachers Dept, : .. East Florida.
variety and 4,435 were in '"ofSf memoriat by those individuals :I I and Mrs. Thelma Godfrey, trailers. 1 heartily concur witha / who elect to handle :Meeting with the Council were; Anniversary Week A new business in Fernandina Dr. Woclsey, Director of the
may of Nassau' Education
thf Beach and the time
in this issue from Gil Becker park superintendent first ever County Health Department, stat-
resolution Council payments over an extended period and Pete Hartsfield, main Association.On offered here i is ;a musical instrument Continued Two Black Rock men were
I ( 2))
Hirth on
the Advisory urging Commander Albert presided page
Park'i with interest carr'ingcharges.
no or .
tenance supervisor. I Friday all schools win be mighty happy to see two members
i resurfacing of roads in the l : at the regular meeting of aU-
r .
and feel that figures luch The resolution is carried. here-I' American Legion Post 54, held i closed to allow teachers to attend of Sheriff H. J. YounglOOd'S -
park A number of plans, varying Stratton Wingate Water Patrol after becoming .
'I the second day of the con ) ;
with in its
ihat entiretyWHEREAS !
mcitEviJtJ.ct March 4 at 8
as these arc from $100 up are available. With- Monday night, vention.Dr. bogged down in the
attractive and historical attraction Fort Clinch State with fourteen members Seeking ReferendumOn
this (Continued On Page 2)) I p.m., marsh in that area.
deserves the maximum Park has become one of Florida's I present.An I A. D. Holt, president of Natural Gas Tommy Byrd and Don Carter
attractions of interest to the University of Tennessee and
in upkeep. outstanding being item of special
i Thos. N. Lawrence I great historic interest and an outstanding members of Post 54 was the discussion -!' a former president. ((1950)) of the State Senator Harry Stratton when were the out outgoing looking tide for stranded oysters

As surely as Phil Howser hits' I recreational area, and of American Legion National Education Association, and Rep. Claude Wingate hare their boat. Not wanting to wait

town in the early part of March !| WHEREAS, from July 1, 162, I'' Week, and since this is the anniversary -I' is the convention's featured, out.ofstate announced that they will seek I for the next tide they attemped

each year his Charlotte (N. C.) Passes SaturdayThomas I to February 17, 1963, 93,933 per- of American Legion, it I speaker. He'll speak at legislation to amend certain ''to make it to shore through the
Hornets can't be far behind. Phil Nevitt Lawrence 80 sons have visited the park by : was voted by the members to the Thursday night general ses- bills pertaining to acquisition marsh, only to become bogged
came in Tuesday to check advance actual count, of which 22,8Ot5 were i hold a family, covered dish supper sion.Friday improvement, extension and operation down to their waists and unableto
arrangements' for his players and passed away Saturday morningat I campers showing an increase of at the Legion Home located night speakers are of certain public utilities I move.

spring training facilities here his home on South Fletcher i 12<; over the same period of the on Atlantic Ave. at 11th St. Supper I State Superintendent Thomas D. by the city and the method I Their outcries for aid were

and the team is expected in about Ave.He preceding year, approximately ;4 will be served at 1 p.m. on Bailey and J. Velma Keen, chair 'cf financing.The heard by Mrs. Betty Serevich,
4 another week. The popular how was 'a retired clergymanand I (Continued On Page 2)) Friday, March 15. I man of the Continuing Educational amendment is aimed at I' who called the Sheriff office.

ser,, president and general man a member of St. Peter's All Legionnaires and their Council. Mr. Bailey's address promoting a referendum on a Deputies John Bodine and Colvin

age of the Charlotte farm club Episcopal Church. Band Association families are urged to keep this I is "Will Florida Education Keep rental plan: ffered by Robert I natural gas system for Fernan Smith; answered the f glW..,
of the Minnesota Twins, was signally He is survived by his widow, night free for the supper. Further i Pace With Space!" Mr. Keen Shankel at the Bargain dina Beach since opposition exists I The deputies called" n CJJujay

honored at the mid-winter: Mrs. Thomas N. Lawrence; a : Calls General I information may be had by (Continued on page 3)I House[ on Norlh-4th St., just, behind to the project. I Davis) a member of the Water
baseball session in Rochester, N Jaughter, Mrs. Edward Warrenof calling Commander Hirth, Carson I
the Office.
March 12 I I Post i Stratton and Wingate are acquainting Patrol who lives in the Black
Y. when he wat, crowned "King Indian Head Md. two : Meeting McKendree or L B. Shank. I
; step
( I An excellenfJofter is being I the public with their Rock area, and he was accompanied -
I of Minor League Baseball. Longan sons, Robert E. Moore, attendingthe I There will be a called, general In other action, Commander Johns Funeral I II made, a low-rfionthly rental plan proposed action through a legal I by Deputy J. W. Batch-!
ambassador of the desirability University of Minnesota, meeting of the Fernandina Beach I Hirth appointed Carson McKen-I
with option 'to*>buy, to those notice in this issue cf the News- lor as they maneuvered
of Fenandina Beach as a wonderful and John T. Moore of Kingsport, Band Parent's Association Tuesday dree to fill the unexpired term :
Held who would like less Leader. to the bogged down men.
children a
place to spend a day, week, Tenn.; and four grandchildren. night, March*12, in the band I of 1st Vice-Commander of Legion I Wednesday expensive opportunity to play Both legislators met with a I The rescue was made as the
month, year or lifetime, Phil is The lemains were cremated, I room at 8 p.m. Post 54, vacated by Tommy an instrument"' who would group of local citizens here tide was on the way back in and
always: ,a welcome sight. to his with services to be held in Macon It is urged that all members I Tilman who is now in French Funeral for George Washington like to prove}theSr ability before last Friday night to discuss the the men might well have
local friends. Ga. at later date. I,please be Guiana; South America. Johns, 83, was held Wednesday :
many a present the upcoming session of the Leg been in serious trouble if their
purchasing ..instrumentFull
i _. ___ u _ -- ---- -- -- at 3:30 in Palatka Be- ... .
p.m. islature. outcries had not been heard.PUBLICITY .
Next week has been proclaimed thena Baptist Church. Interment d'etails3a\ to plan, instrument -- ---- -

I American Legion Birthday Week ; was in Barden Cemetery. I and makes being offered,
features will be
in Fernandina Beach and I salute : Mr. Johns passed away early and many .other* this issue., .
found an .adfln
and urge others to do likewise the i Monday in a Fernandina Beach i ij I

fine. local post for their grea, j Hospital. He. was a member, of
continuation to this community j the Primitive Baptist Church. I Junior Deputies

Commander Albert Hirth and u i He is survived by two sons, / /
local Legionnaires have made ; Lonnie R. Johns, Fernandina '

Post: 54 a name and to national be respecte level Beach, and James D. Johns To Get ProceedsOf / : .;
both a state
on Jacksonville; a daughter, Mrs. .
(See Mayor's Proclamation elsewhere ________ i Gladys N. Johns, Griffin; 13 f RacesThe ,. _
in this issue). j grandchildren and a great-grand Drag "V'

child; a brother, Riley Johns, '
Beach Mer Nassau County Junior 1
The Palatka.! 1 1; ;
will benefit from the
tha'Dts.-Association haS been ex Deputies
Pallbearers were Clyde' Smith, ; Buccaneer '
the possibility of stim drag races Sunday at the .
ulating ploring business in] the downtown AWAITING THE STARTER'S FLAG in the 20-lap finale of tthe Golden Crown Prix 0. W. Manning, Alfred Johns, A. Drag Strip at the Municipal .1!

area by the removal of the parking are three of (the top cars that competed in the race. Far right is Charlie Kolb, of Alex D. Johns Howard, Roy, Henry E. Wilkerson Johns, C,: Airport. All! proceeds will 4. I
meters, either temporarily 01 is Ed Cantrell in the Ferrari he be turned over to this organization :4. IF
Miami: in the Porsche that won the race. purchased W. Cone, T.V.. Richards. and : 'ir' .
C. C, McKendree '
and it is expected by
permanently, from David Piper of England on S mday. Cantrell collided with Bill Benckerof ;t'
will broach a proposal to Nick Smith, promoters ti ;
hey the City Commission at an earl) Jacksonville in the feature race and was forced out of competition with a badly- Poole And Shave drag strip. / .. ,, -,,

date. Representatives of the Association damaged wheel. Center is F. R. Fulp, Jr., of Anderson, S. C., in a Ferrari, Dino. Time trials will start at 10a.m. tiqi .i: .
Photo by Tom Davis Attend State Road -
have visited places when and eliminations will beginat ;(

the meters were either temporar. i $ 2.r Board MeetingHarry 2 p.m. The local strip is rated
temoved or permanently dis. as the longest at 6,000 feet and #
posed of and they are compiling: t : s".... ;: : '.-' ". : Poole, chairman of the the safest track, of its type aD]- : :; .
cross section of the reaction ir County Commission, and Thos. 'where and increasing large numbers # ;
those 'places. Look for a good bit J. Shave, Jr., attorney for the I of competitors and drivers ;
of discussion on this matter it 'Commission, were in Lake City are attending every race ? '

the near future. I Monday to attend the secondary Competing Sunday will be S/ .
I road budget hearings for District Fords Chevrolets, Plymouth
r .One of the finest plugs given I Two. I and the popular dragsters, altered
F rnandin Beach and the Florida The Commission representa- and passers so well-known
'i Marine Welcome Station ha? tins asked that the state consider to drag racing fans.
come from cone other than na. I the early resurfacing of I r Records set at the local track-
tive son Thomas Goolsby. Thomas orth 14th Street in Fernandina include 11.6 seconds elapsed time

,, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. H, EJeach'and that a new survey be for a stock class car on the V a
GooUby of this city; is a memo nade of the existing traffic mile trij> with a maximum speed
hereof the Atlanta tat of Business hazard at the Five Points inter of 127 miles per Tiour. In AA CHIEFTAINS for the Golden Crown Prix

e Week; and attended the welcome jection.Although. Dragster competition, a car from t were Bob Gingles, standing and Dill Leufechner pointingat
station dedication in that funds are not availible Savannah made themie in race results on outside of press trailer. A major partof
Golden Crown
Result of his visit was TilE EIGHT FLAGS OF .'I.ORlltfurnished a colorful entrance to the at this time it was assured ".0 seconds, attaining a top .
( (! Y. : the success of the races is due in part to the funneling
$ &pa fine two-page spread in Business Prix after being erected on both sides of the. road in the gate area. Jaycees selling 'hat the suggested resurfacing speed, of 172 ntp.h. .
I' this broadened
a out of publicity by pair 33 they
Week which enjoys a huge tickets in picture are Mercury Kavouklis, left and Bud Lewis, center of road. Fur. ould be. done. at -the earliest Trophies and cash prizes. will ,
committee wto by Tam iavis osaible time to Sunday's winne:.. previous race ballyhoo. .
chairman of
(Continued on Page Tw) ther back is J. C. Campbell, ticket p go \ J
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Page,' Two' News-Leader. Fernandina Beach; Florida Thursday, March 7, ,1963 4:
: Got a birthday this month?

NEWS-LEADER r Rabid Raccoon Better buy your driver's lice
< ns1Y
Know Your Florida Laws i r toJ ;Utt"
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1 A John H. Perry Newspaper (Continued from Page One) ,

I .. .. Raj Caldwell, Editor amiINATIONAI h"a(1't' .. 0 R1k Prepared As A Public Service By ed that,the di5co.ereyof this t .steM t
rabid raccoon in the West end of I

o CAep EDITORIAL I d THE FLORIDA BAR the county means there are many ; Q iit
i I infected animals in
o more our
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:, ,.;::. }-J COTIJNt aI J The Statewide Organization of Lawyers & Judges : wooded areas.
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\ + .. : !
I 'li
\ < Dr. Wookey said that our best
OCIAt1 Sponsored by Nassau County Bar Association for the
and defense this
quickest against
., ,
J '' ?I.What Is A Will? not transferable will i j dangerous condition is to get all .. .
Published every, Thursday and entered at the Post Office by because-1 hard of hearing I ',;:
dogs inoculated with anti-rabies
A will is a written direction the of the terminates i
Fernandina Beach, Florida, as second class mail matter.Advisory : I right owner '
controlling: the disposition of automatically ;upon his death. vaccine. Any uninoculated dog'
'''''''''--- '- -- -- I j' which rabid
-- engaged raccoon ..
I property at death. The law of Some examples of these types of a
I I each state set the formal requirements I property rights or interests would : and was bitten, would almost A1w.
I Council Farm Bureau ToContest for a legal will In Florida: be: : surely develop rabies, and could .

I i' Sponsor I 1' 6 r a 1. You, the maker of the wlh II A "hometeadthat' k ( is,. the be the means of transmitting this
(Continued from Page One) I called the terrible disease to people. .
>ws, ( testator), must be at house and 'adjoining lands owned i I ;
of the campers being. from out of In High Schools xc. : least 18 years old. I by the head of the family and j j i Dr. Woolsey further warned to I I HEARING AIDS 1 ,

I ,State, and I 2. You must be of sound mind where such head resides up to : particularly caution children not
John W. Page, president of the
WHEREAS, many new facili- '!I Nassau County Farm Bureau, at the time you sign your will. one-half an acre>within the limitsof : to go near .a wild animal that ap- MR. R. C. PAULK .. .. ,
ties and new camping areas have 3. The will must be written town ...
ed this week an incorporated city or '!peared sick or acted tame. When A Laboratory Trained I '
the bureau
been installed in the recent past I will again Conj t (there is exception as to personal or up to 160 acres outside those a wild animal loses its fear ofl l Hearing Aid Consultantfrom
in. of the sponsor a Speech -
anticipation continuing I property for persons in limits); i people and dogs it is almost a
increase of visitors tQ the park, j test for the high schools of Nassau : their hst: illness). A nuncupative A life estate; [ sure indication of rabies. i HEARING SERVICE"
and | County on March 29, at HilHard. oral will JIAICO .
: ( )
: cannot convey real I
owned in Fla. will
( Any property joint PROTECT THE SAFETY OF'' Jacksonville,
WHEREAS, the road ,system, I ;, property. tenancy where there is an out. FREE hearing tests .
parking areas and camping area The subject for the 19G3( con. THE OUTMODED LIGHTING FACILITIES at City BallPark 4. Your will must be witnessed i of I YOUR CHILDREN AND NEIGHBORS live Thursday
standing right survivorship (a demonstrations
test will be, "The Voice of Agri- down last week in for mod. the I BY GETTING YOUR DOG ; and
preparation in
sites are greatly in need of improvement j' came a more special manner provided by I tenancy by the entireties betweena ;I March tUb, at TIIO IPSO S-.
in order to- aeeommo- culture. ern system. Looking on as a crane lifts one of the old_, law, for wills. husband and wife would be INOCULATED. REXALL DRUGS, Fernandift
flite the great vehicular traffic The five high schools in the poles out of the ground are Jim Heard, left, Director oL 5. It is necessary to follow e.- 'one of these), I j jI Beach, Fla.

withia,the park lAud o'preserve' i I county will be allowed two participants 1 Public Works, and Clayton Sanders, acting city manager;?, 'fectly the technical formalities u- : A husband usually( may not disinherit I Classifieds Pay Off
the same from f rth"" deterioia- from each school. Entry --- -- ; \ quired for the, execution of a'aul. .......
his wife since the law -
-- - --
i "
ion tflme of the ro Httsha now 6. To be effective w.J' ,
,{ blanks are available from the principal your I widow choice -
gives surviving
actlWl being unsafefin.' I must be proved in and allowedby a a
)" raanyflaceyas I of each school. Nassau Schools Rotations HearStrafton (called "dower") to take either
well as uncomfortable the probate court. ,
| Prizes this will be $15 for "
year share under will .
her the :
( tisitors using them, and No will becomes final] until the or one- ; ,
p first place, $10 for second, $5 for
I ,
third of the husband's
property .
:, WHEREAS this Board feels death of the'testator and it :
third, and $4 for 4th. Initiate Coursed On 63 ,. ma (one-half where there is only one I
and-strongly urges that the paved I l' be changed or added to by the I v( '
I. surviving child). However, it is
road'TVith.m the park be resur- J I' testator by drawing a new will
laceolui Road Department'of Florida resurface i PlansState often possible to disinherit any or ,
order to increase the 1 Communism : Legislative or by drawing a "codicil, which f '
all paved roads within all of the children;
aesthetic value of the park ando is simply an addition or amendment ( :
i { fflrftinatc further deterioration I Fort Clinch State Park and to Under the terra$7ffcth$ law enacted executed with the same ::
i stabilize nil unpaved roads, park. by the lOC Se'ssion of the Senator Harry Stratton, ,
Mhicnis now proceeding at a ,formalities as a will! A will's'terms i f ii
of Callahan, delivered the secondof Nassau District b
ing areas and camping sites withas I Florida '
rapid pace and that the unpaved beI I Legislature, all public two addresses in Fernandina cannot be changed by writing I I : _
loads and parking areas shouldbe permanent material as may high schools in the State are required something in or crossing 1
order the I feasible and practicable to accomplish to place m r mphasis on Beach this week when he spoke to after I t ;
stabilized in that I something out the will is BSA Deplores Need e ru.
the desired to the Rotary Club at the reg- I ,
purpose.BE II
of to
tUifrow may safely and conven- the dangers Communism ular executed. ;:::, "
iJ-ntDge the park facilities to IT FURTHER ,RESOLVED our way of life through the teach- Wednesday j What Are Some Of The Results fh ,
theic-fullest extent. I j that a copy of this resolution be ing of a thirty-hour unit entitled, Stratton spoke on the problems -S That Can Be. Accomplished By For Explorer PostsThe \
COMMUN- I facing the upcoming session -
; James Will?
sent to Dr. Cook, Chair-
of the Legislature, pointingout
RESpLVED BY THE FORT man, The. Florida Board of ISM.Less 1 the controversial ; 1. A trust may be created in a monthly meeting of the
CLINCH STATE PARK ADVISOR Parks and Historic Memorials, than ten years ago, most question, Interstate reapportionment will whereby the estate or a por I Nassau District, Boy Scouts of I <..\ ,.', uI 1

--COtI1\SEL, in meeting duly I Tallahassee, Florida, Honorable schools attempting to teach I I Route "95 and the ever-present tion of the estate will be kept. America, was held at the Seaside I '
that The Florida about Communism 'did at the j .
assembled so
Powers State Road Board
Ralph and needs of intact with income distributed or I II Inn on March 1st.
Boai&if Parks and Historic Memorial Member Lake Florida, Senator risk of incurring the wrath of ever -
City, aired
schools throughout the state. I accumulated for the benefit of !i Among the subjects was
be, and it h hereby, requested I Harry 0. Stratton, Callahan, 1 many citizens in.t community members of the family or others. the need for an explorer post o*'
and urged to take the and the disapprova/nof at least Stratton was presented to the
Florida, Representative Claude I The available but
I 2. The expense of bond. premiums : posts. boys are
neceasary'action to have the State Wingate, Fernandina, Beach, Flor some members of*some. patriotic club members by Rotarian. Harry required of the person .managing :I are moving out of scouting for

ida, Honorable Harry Poole, organization | .t; many j Sahlman, program chairman. I your estate if there is no the lack of adult leadership.
I Chairman, Board of County Com- schools have'I1owei ing this Visiting Rotarians were L. C. will, can be avoided. It was announced that the Reg- s: }
'Dozier & Gay Fer- subject curriculafor I Holloway, Jr., of JacksonvilleBeach B.S.A'' I '". !
missioners, Nassau County, I I 3. The testator may name' such i ional Meeting, will be held S', : All' iT
nandina Beach, Florida, W. A. several yeat2 W and Wes Becker of executor of his will as he, chooses, in Jacksonville at the Robert

= OnekotejJVhite ( Coldwell, Director, The Florida During th&.pMt six'weeks, &i\\ iGrandville: Mich. Both, visitors I provided the one named can qualify Myer Hotel on April 30th and all
Board of Parks and Historic Me- seniors in Na sao' CoSrity schools i I have local connections. Hollo- I under Florida law An executor scoutejs are urged to attend. This

j Enamel morials, Tallahassee, Florida, and will be i in classV-desi 1 ned to fulfill I way was architect for the .Marine is one who manages ,an esTate will be a day-long session con- "
i The Fernandina Beach Newsi > Welcome Station here and I and may be either an indi- cluded with a banquet, talks and
Beach Flor- the intent ijtt&eiVaw. The ;i Becker is the father of Git ,.
i Leader, Fernandina vidual or a bank or trust company i presentation of awards.It .
I basal text for thelfbifse is a recent -'! Becker, Superintendent of Fort
E$5,50 Gal. ida. subject to certain was also ,announced that the
: ADOPTED this 18th day of publication by Harper and |I Clinch State Park. tions. limita-I second session of the Den ?lathers -

: r February, A. D. 1963. Row Publishing Company, "The ;I High school, seniors Buddy 4. Minors can be cared for I I i Training Course will be held
=? I COUNSEL Masks of Communism". Teachersof Lynch, Bubba Quattlebaum and
E-ZPlC ADVISORY without the expense of at the Container Conference Room
FORT CLINCH STATE PARK. the clas et have ,heen reading I I Robert Eden were guests of the ship proceedings. gUardian-I On March Uth,7:30: p.m. All den

: ,Z14TH & BEECH: I By: W. N. GalphinAs and collecting ma.(\a-Q> share njatei xt and ideas,

,I,_ ..... ,. .... ___---I---- -Its Chairman drawing up J ogsonj ns and study may be sold without court proceedings ;,mothers committee are urged to attend.A of
I if will'adequately was appointed
your I
guides. For ome/Mjreparation to < Cub Pack 171 GetsI
authorizes it. .. Gene Weatherford, chairman,
..... teach the course Kw been entire. .
... ... ..' I I } h 6. You decide"hoigets$your j Thad Lee, Howard .Hanna, and z ,
":, l bc' palace! Haloontrifr +. ly overxjras!profession.77V above,, '- .professional Charter At BanqueiAnd : property*,F instead of b Flaws" Don Heafner.tQ.handle..aa, addi ,: ','j: Jt .. .., < ., .....,,>. 01, .1-r ."- II JI .!J I
: :: making the choice for .jJtCl tion to the Scout JIut. A storage 'I
If there Atate,4ions whichyou 7. The testator may #'make room and toilet facilities are con- I I
Florida's Oldest and' Most Historic have, your fchotol l principalor AwardsNightI I gifts, effective at orafter his'I't tI templated. Help of any kind wouldbe
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: :: teacher wi\l beguiling and glad I, death, to charity. appreciated, and may be offered i When a forest fire strikes, money, is, .oo., its way up.JR
: ww to discuss them Mv ol Superintendent I What Happens Where There Is I II by contacting any of the smoke! Yes '
Fernandina Beach Fatorite Meetin Place millions of dollars are rooted in Florida I
i John' T.5'i iW isner saya, I Cub Pack 171, sponsored by >To Will? II I above committee members.It (Um2
: HI For .The Finest In Beveragesr. "We realize the dangers involved. 1 the Methodist Men's. Club, held I I When the deceased 0 has'; no win': was-brought out that district berland-dollars that can be 'destroyed by malicious.

-- '" ''I However, our teachers have work. its annual Blue and Gold Banquet (or dies "interstate as the law I: personnel only should attend the careless persons. We 'all share in this terrible. wast ":'., <:J
i Boiled Shrimp Ham On Rye. ed long and hard in their prepara'I on Thursday night, Febru- fall it), the real and 'personal i: monthly district meettings.

: :;}Kosher Sandwiches Barbecue .' tion. We, trus that the public will : ary 28, at the Recreation Center, property of the deceased is distributed I Jobs, scenic beauty and wildlife are.lost, and a hole,.a .,
.... be understanding and activelyseek I Dave Bowers is Cubmaster and Smoke Screen
I : according to a formula burned in YOUR POCKET! !I Help forest fires "
.. -.4 [ ways to help in the full implementation Dick Crumpler is assistant; fixed by lawrln other words, if Cosmetics are a woman'smeans prevent .
--- j j I of the course." I Clarence Taylor was chairman1 Fop\ fail to make a will, the inheritance Ii for keeping a man from in Florida. '- ,,(
-- of the Pack Committee in cKarge ..
: statute determines who reading between the lines. i _
. :: ''of the covered dish supper. < ;2 gets your real and personal property i The Danville (Va.) I --
-. F--- Jack Dickens Ted the Plea to not you. The laws of descent Commercial Appeal You Can't .

. The Flag, followed by the presentation -,i are a rigid formula and V .:. .
4 -..-,. 5 NOW GOING ON AT of the Pack Charter ty make no exceptions for those in S '
...J;, I I Scout Commissioner Fred Townsend unusual need. Now Is The Time To I Buy Back A Forest : .

I ... YOU1DSDEALER'SI to Institutional Represjn-i y When there is no will, the I' Remodel Repair ..
"If \ tative Toby Powell. i *f |[Court appoints an administrator, : or ..." ,

.. Following the introduction' .of', known or unknown to' you, to

: Ia guests, Fred Townsend, Toby PJ-'1 rjnanage your estate. The cost of : l 36 I ..
-. I OLDSMUBILE'SMILLIONTH well and Howard Millsaps Lj l probating may be greater than if : =
.a... I wards were presented as foUow 1 I. you had planned your estate with i G.RnDA Nafie aB 8 O'anl{

... Two Year Service Pin9fi: ; a will. -- Months .._. ,.
M Cl l<
!flay A Person Dispose Of His MWI m lul .u
--. Davy Bowers, Pete Peters, Mike J To Pay ctfFcrnaruHna '
: Bc'MEufR
..... [Property In Any Way lie
.....,. Townsend, Joe Rodeffer, Marc j Wishes By A Will? Il
-- I Crumpler, Jeff Lloyd and Jack S aJ
While Fernandina Lumber
Dickens. .yr1 any sort personal or ")&," ctMM.
teal property may be transferred & Supply MSuII.q .of.jIIjtAT1f.W
F' I i One Year Service Pins by will, there are some particular South 3rd St. Ph"ne 261-3611 ..
: Johnny Johnson, Robert Tiner, I interests in property which are t '} r ..:.ooI:

I I Charles Hall, Ricky Bowers, I
Steve Hendrix, 'Ricky Campbell 'J--- n.c.'"

i and Peter Burghardt. I -

Y I Bear Badge Jeff Lloyd and .

I ROCKET I Joe Wolf Rodeffer.Badge Jim Johnson, Suburban Propane Gas Servicef'CLEAN

Dennis Dozier and Alan' Dozier.

Gold Arrow Point Tommy j
Schrantz, Pete Peters, Alan SAFE FAST AUTOMATIC. ,',

Dozier, Larry Sellers, Billy Sut- ECONOMICALdeal *. DEPENDABLE EFFICIENT I
.. t ton and Dennis Dozier. i
... .. w '. s Silver Arrow Point Tommy ,. Each Suburban Gas :Service installation i is '

Schrantz, David Burghardt and YOUR GAS carefully( ailored to best fit the requirements

: SELL'A-BRATIUN k< Larry Sellers. j ( For. of the individual customer. Your installation .
Award of Appreciation to Den i i i t ,, I INSTALLATION may be Cylinder Exchange Service, Metered

J'",. ". Mothers Mariella Schrantz, :j Home, Farms and BusinesseS' Service or Bulk Service. :.'1'....
: : OLDSMOBILE DEALERS Virginia Campbell, Elizabeth \ :<
: .. I"t\ CELEBRATE AN AUTOMOTIVE MILESTONE. Haines, Betty Sutton and Elizabeth Beyond Gas Mains and For In When one cylinder ia completelyreserve "em< P Y{l h ;
; Bowers. i j CYLINDER cylinder is '
put into use
t WifHJ'dustry **
: : J THE S.OOO.OOOTH ROCKET V-8 ENGINEI Cub Scout Graduation Certificate i- Anywhere.
I I Suburban Propane by mailing a-special irdlr'''. i
Davy Bowers going into
When the first high-compression Boy Scout Troop 171., i:|f .A..A.. EXCHANGE card, and1 ajtull. cylinder is then delivered tOf>.ji

1 Yl' Rocket Engine was introduced by ,' A demonstration of physical I X X X you in excKaftgp for the empty one.. In this,' '

4 Oldsmobile, virtually rewrote the fitness exercises was given by I Your Suburban Propane Gas Service ,.SERVICE way y out J JW)y. Jiave!1reserie' cylinder! Oa.: .A .

k \ book on performance. And, today, each of the 5 Dens. j i < gas on hand. :- *: \', ,'tlSuburban T- _

i= I the 5-J/iHiOHiA Rocket adds a brilliant The closing ceremonywas'' a ;, Comes To You From A Mod-. ':. '
Living Circle. II i .4. P rop ft e'is .ifelivereji 1 to permanent ."-

,, continuing new chapter story to of Oldsmobile's engineering I! ern Office, Salesroom and Distribution -'*' : METERED stcrape oil your premises,j>y a.fe .alarly ached*' .. .'

1 -- in smooth Thos. Shave Attends *<' uled tank truck. Yoi r:gaa.con mptou{ j$
,. s. leadership! New highs Plant Located In Fernan t' "
reentered i on a meter, and you are blld! 3ftvcordinglyr ,
P\ ness, unprecedented quietness, Legislative GatheringOf [SERVICE : >J'>
dina Beach One of 96 Suburban You olily TM for theas- '
'5' sparkling response-the Rocket i pay yoUi!Me :
/ State ;
mil AttorneysThos. t ; rflpr vmr nca li. 1
delivers them all! That's why Service $ .
i I 'Propane Gas Centers Ii ; :>;,--It-
lions of owners agree: There's still J. Shave, Jr., assistant '; "\,- This service. is provided for farms-.Jndusfi i

4 \. nothing lib a Rocket! state attorney for the Fourth' 17 States. Each Center Is Op. : commercial and philanthropic) instilutf ois!' 1

: I Judicial Circuit of Florida, was the in erated By Skilled, Local People BULK where large ouantitie of gas are used. ltio"'has' ,:', t .,
Tampa over the weekend for : I
: : OLDSMOBILE : j I 71' ... requirement is "too big" to h* served by Prit ; .
.. Legislative Conference of State SERVICE
.' Who Take Pride In Serving You. "z
... Attornys. j I pane Gas Service in an efficient, economical1and ,, :
I .5 Shave made the trip to Tampa j I, dependable manner. .
/ -- nuir'g' 111U ABOUT OWNING AN OUSMOIIUI VISIT rout LOCAL AUTBOIOIO QDAUTT cunt -- with State Attorney Wm. A. Hal- .

lowes III, and Nathan Shevitx ,
and Richard Gordie, assistant t i -ic SUBURBAN PROPANE GAS SERVICE rl

232 South Phone state attorneys. Hallowe and] I' 6u Soda
Motor t C Shevitz are of Jacksonville! and!
JBth Street Reynolds o. 261-3122 Gordie is from Clay County 7 SOUTH SEVENTH PHO,'E 26t.3661TILL

.. International. The conference Inn.was held in the a .I A FEW 1962 APPLIANCES I AT 20 '!a OFF

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-Leader, Fernandina Beach, :Florida':" Thursday,. March_ 7,1963:. Page Three
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I .,. .,, appropriation for teachers' sal support for the "25-75" formulafor I(. vide for a president-elect and a :I cause of more favorable circumstances .
Nassau SenatorBriefs Nassau TeachersContinued aries, the .report carefully ex- financing the Minimum Foun- change in the status of the or 'in Florida, delegates to
plains that there is no such thingas dation Program. This proposal ,ganization's professional mem the FEA convention are not expected -
( from Page Ona) a legislative "across-the- puts a ceiling on county contributions bership .designation. A president : to spend much time on.
Kiwanians will'present his organization'sannual board" raise. "Salaries are fixed .. As it works now, county elect would take his seat on the: Among these are efforts of un
report. by county school boards," the share is based on property I board of directors immediatelyand I ions to organize teachers; professional
On 1963 1 Session ;, As in each legislative year, I report says. "The state appropriates evaluation, and some counties are thus would have a full year's I negotiations, which relates -
delegates will be much concern money as base for salary driven the wall the board before
I a being to by precipitately I I experience on I to contact of the organized
j edith approving a programfor scheduling. The county adds soaring contributions i i becoming president I profession with school boards on
BY TOMMY HALL action by the Florida Legis- I local funds and determines its and .
from teacher
resulting rapid growth Professional membership, established -i I salary and welfare matters
Senator Harry Stratton, repre- lature which convenes less than I own salary schedule." changes in assessment practices.I, ; and sanctions, by which 1
senting the 16th Senatorial District three weeks later. They'll con- !I only two years ago by I
I FEA's primary concern, qual Assessment itself comes in for the teaching profession asks its
was speaker at the Mon- sider a report prepared by the "The State the delegate assembly, is FEA's '
share of attention. members not to accept employment 1
day night meeting of the Fer- FEA's Program Action Committee ity .education for Florida's schoolchildren I.It i iI I says, "should take appropriate highest membership category. I in school districts which
nandina Beach Kiwanis Club. and approved in Novemberby I j is discerned throughout I II ,I steps to insure uniform,. equitable Eligibility requirements are three allow practices detrimental to
the board of directors, and I the Program Action Committee years active membership in FEA, :
I I assessment practices. "i I i quality uatin. .
ensuing i presumably will accept most of I I report. Certain essential programs I II recommendation. by a designated .. .
% : : i iI : Other priority : statutory .. .
ture, which convenes in April it, modify some. Whatever the encompassed in the state's official, and approval by the I "
1 \Vill definitely be a year in I delegates approve becomes the I. Minimum Foundation Program I recognition of teaching as a profession / FEA board of directors. It ran "The fellow who tries 1 i 'make
,which new taxes will be imposed. official program of the organ- have been stymied b] legislative i an entrance examination I into trouble partially because !t his job a snap usually gets bit."
ization and the membership is freezes on number of instructional for teachers, and establishment I some members aspiring to offices ....' Margaret K. France, North. Industry -
Advocating the
Board sales tax an across his committed to its support. units and the 'Program. Action of a statutory professional practices for which professional member : ((0.) Observer.
I as recom- Repeal of the competence ..Committee Report pleads for re : commission to develop ship is a new prerequisite could
mendation for of the tax I
a part awards statute passed by the moval of the freezes. The Report I standards for professional ethics not qualify, or at least, not in
kill, needed he pointed for out school that monies. 1961 Jegislature is one of the I also calls attention! to other specific and conduct, teacher ,recruitment '! time. Requests will be made that !I "When you are YURgyou do a
are purposes.He I lot of wishful thinking. When
priority items in the Program shortages librarians, and selection, and teacher' train professional. l membership be a-
compared the school situation I
I t Action Committee report. It has textbooks, and school classrooms ing programs. bandoned or at least suspended you are old you do lot of thougTit-
Florida with that of the Stateof
yi i I j and asks the legislature for until i it be re-tooled. fut wishing." Ralph Nicholson,
proved uniformly unpopular withFlorida's I- Among internal matters delegates can .
California, pointing out the ONE OF BRITAIN'S TOP RACING DRIVERS, David {I "
relief. Brundidge (Ala.) Banner,
j superior educational system I Piper of London (facing camera) is shown with the GTO teachers. will consider are a change I There are several live education -
Asking for an increase in state j Other priority items include in the by-laws which would i issues nationally, which, .be- -
$hich that state is known to pro-
Ferrari he brought to the Golden Crown Prix. Piper, I --- -- ------ -- __ __ __n ______ _
support who will race later this month in the famed Sebrjng clas- !
lie stated their position in Cantrell of while here for
sic, sold his car to Ed Tampa
education was accomplished by and will another mount for the Sebring -7
$13,000 secure Is
I five-hundred-million Dollar :
a legislative
appropriation, which endurance PC**. Pp! r wi c pn-pd nl in hp t billing; THE GREATEST ry.

funds were provided through an third race by Charlie Kolb, outstanding Miami driver. / ,

across the board five cent Sales .. .. I

.t axk : : t ;;JI0; e
"Thespeaker was presented to :
ti"cub. by Program Chairman 0
Ira Hall. Key Club (Guests were : :7 ) ;
Ted Steger and Edward Fiveash. ,
_i resident Rau.scherinformed .
j I .
the. ,membership that, a large '

group their ''wives of visiting from Kiwanians Jacksonville am' Iti. _41 EVER HELD IN FERNANDINA BEACH

proposed to attend the oyster I I
roastbeing sponsored by the I'
c'jubi' on Monday night A bus I, i :
has-Jbeen chartered to. bring the
visiting Kiwanians'to'the. meeting -
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rtjsInternal Hear Talk On I I I Ii

//V (
Revenue .

Tuesday Meet ,
iI I
George H. Weatherly, Techni-
cal Reviewer for the Jacksonville
office of the Department of In- CHARLIE KOLB noted Miami sports car driver, is shown I :

ternal Revenue was guest speaker at the wheel of his Porsche RSK, which won the feature
at the regular Tuesday night races of the two-day..Golden Crown Prix. Kolb, who will I 1 1I
session of the Lions Club. compete at Sebring later this month for Keymo Motorsof

Weatherly 'was secured for the Miami in a Triumph, averaged over 76 mph over the
program and presented, to the tortuous local course to cop the 20-lap feature. At left, I j

Lions by Harry Poole, current in', striped shirt, is Chief Starter Jack Kittinger. .
program chairman. .
Thr guest speaker gave a great .
( d*i4. of the history of taxes, ,telling Just Ramblin'Continued Motels .I
i ; f the ancient collectors of ,
i tribute in Babylon, .the Roman ( From Page One) (Continued from Page One)
empire and on down to the American
colonial days. circulation The feature article, dent of San Juan, Puerto Rico. 1
He noted that the first tax in ntitled "Florida Casts Its P.iin Friday night and Saturday -I .
this country was in 1764 and was Bread", contained ..5 excellent I morning threatened to dam- FREE 4T I ,
placed on sugar from the West pictures along with the well- pen the ardor for racing but the I I, ,'
Indies and the second was the written description of the dedi- | skies cleared by race time Saturday -
London tax stamp which led up cation, the functions of the station I' and ideal conditions were
to the Boston Tea Party. and its potential. Tom also enjoyed both days of racing.
\ The first direct tax on real property added a few welcome plugs of Drivers and spectators were -
was in 1797, hp said, and :he attractive features of this loud in their praise of the track
the internal revenue service was city. and the way in which the races .
initiated in 1862 during the Civil were conducted and expressed .
War. Speaking to a group in Kin s- assurance they would be back I
I From that beginning over n land on Monday night, an offi for next year's event. I I .< .. '. :.....t ,1
hundred years ago, this service cial of Thiokol said there is no A large number of the visitors ,
t has grown into the largest indi "if" about that company coming,I attended the Golden Crown Prix -
vidual business in the world today to Camden County. The speaker Ball on Saturday night at the :
Weatherly added. said that Thiokol is confident Recreation Center and all reported _
4 Weatherly gave a number of they will build a large space an enjoyable time and expressed -
facts and figures on this type of bopster and that shortly there I appreciation!: for the hospitality
.1 taxation, telling of new rules on will be over 103 nployes in the shown them. /
dividends and interest and dwelling area and from 400 to 190 will be ': The Fernandina: Beach Jaycees, I I TI1u1 [ _
briefly on the self employed needed for the fir)* contract. It': promoters of the races, asked the I Ii
retirement plan. this proves correct and Thiokol : News-Leader' their I
I Interest in Weatherly's subject gets the contract for building I i to to all convey who assisted appreciation in _

was attested by a lengthy question solid fuel pronellants; Camden any way in the staging of thiyear's
and answer period. will have a huge shot in the arm I successful
Visiting Lions were D. L. HogeTWKaleel and Nassau County is bound to races.
I Howard J. McCoy feel a portion of the economic !: FLORIDA'S area is nuxh '
and Morris Skipper of the Jacksonville effect on this! area. I I uj
of 54,2-2 square miles of sand s-
Springfield; Club.
and 4,308 square miles of inland
President John Tiliakos urged J
that all Lions turn out for current All StcteifaorialsContinued ;water.If t x Y0UMNII

minstrel rehearsals. rOL -* V"I : ;.
( from Pagt One) I you have any doubt about < > -; : : ;

Nassau TB, Health in each group, a number of memorials I I today being a good time to buy
offered for selection,
are any item look at the price tag
Assn. Combined With providing the customer with a : a year'from now. I
Area Associations wide range of choices in any price I
level he choose.
may : :
Children learn good or bad
L Volunteer officers and chair In addition to the liberal arrangements traffic manners by how we
men of the Nassau County Tub provided for the pur parents act. What's your ex- ] $1.00 and get another 33c in merchandise free
1 erculosis and Health Assn. take chase, an optional feature i is offered 1!

-(his: opportunity of Nassau to County thank for the their citizens I I I I in to event insure the the contract unpaid is balance not. I I II Spend' $1.2 and get another 4.00 In merchandise free!

splendid support and cooperation I completed prior to the time a :

the throughout association the has many: been years in that existence : memorial This plan is was required.developed by All- I, ample'IrooporBill Spend. $50' and get another 16.66 in merchandise free

as a* volunteer organization -: State Memorials, Inc. to offer additional I
without a paid worker for or I protection to the survivors :
I another 33.33 In free!
Of Nassau County of any individualhosa estate Spend $100'and get merchandise
f Your support during Seal Sale : may be required for the sub- sag .
Campaigns, assistance and labor stenance of his family, and ap- ;
I ( and another 100.00 In merchandise free!
in the Tuberculosis and Health: pears to fill a need previously ex- I Spend $300 get
programs, including the countywide ': perienced by many !

X-Ray surveys, have made'I'I An advertisement appearing in : Spend $600 and get another 200.00 In merchandise free!
possible: the excellent work of the I this issue gives particulars fori i i
association throughout the years. those individuals interested in -
It is with regret that on the contacting Mr. Ingram. I i
direction of the Florida Tubercul 'j

osis and Health Assn. our county i YPU PONT NEED CASH
association is being placed in an I j Kolb Top Driver : '

area district The area will be INSTANT CREDIT tprpfit By this Sole.,, TAKE UP W 24
composed of ten counties, governed I (Continued from Page Ore) I I
by a steering committee of''I Race No. 3, five laps Char MONTHS TO. PAYi:
paid workers' with headquartersin lie Kolb of Miami in a Porsche iteftyir ; ,
Duval County. : RSK. MINT PUN. -..
The possibility of 72>i percent I Race No. 4, 7 laps Dave .I
oif the Seal Sale Campaign funds I Tallaksen of Atlanta Ga., in a .

contributed by Nassau County| Formcar, \ .
citizen, being used for Nassau Race No. 5, 7. laps Roger !i .
County us formerly, is highly improbable Heftjer of San Juan, Puerto Rico, BEAUTIFUL /.t
Tie! campaign program in a Lola. ___ ,
aDd budget will now be handled Race No.6, 10 laps Charlie -* --- 329 South 8th Street
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through and with the approval of Kolb of Miami in a Porsche RSK. j NEW DISPLAY /
the. area association. Race No.'7, 15 laps Arnold When passing, remember: Phone 261-4383
Organization of Area Nine is Davis of Orlando in a Nardi. it's safe to cut back into I ,

to be completed by April 1. The I Race No. 8, 15 laps Roger i the right lone only/ when ROOMS! ,
counties in Area Nine will be, Heftier of San Juan, Puerto | the, I _
you can see passedcar
A>chua, Baker Bradford, Clay, I Rico, in a Lola.. OFFERNANDINA ..
Columbia, Duval, Nassau, Put- Race No. 9, 20 laps Charlie in your rear view mir- t"

nhm, St. John and Union. Kolb of Miami in a Porsche i iRSI ror. Glance quickly to the ..'. :
1 (signed) Miss Katherine Hirth \. : right to be sure the way.is THIS TREMENDOUS SALE sum muni AJ &30 A. ,
President, Nassau County (Complete official results in dear. M4!

Tuberculosis and Health all classes will be carried in nextweek' I M ,
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Page FourXewgLeader' Beach Florida March ... ; t .
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Mary K, Moore Mrs.: Rauschert UsesSt. Amelia Island UDC 1. ..' .-,- in our garden encyclopedia for. I
High School Echoes. you to add to the facts we learned ,
Presides At, Final Patrick Theme Members Attend from Mrs. Wade. It seem

'District MeetingFive For Club MeetingThe District MeetingThe BY SHARON GOUGH TheGarden I that in a fashion the fern\mique develops among its leaf the.,:

members from Fernandina home *>f Mrs. B. L Raus Amelia Island Chapter The Band has started marchingfor for the fine work they did at the : leaves of plants in that the leaf1

Tempi 7, Pythian Sisters, accorapanied ehert on Highland Dr. provided United Daughters of the Confed- their District Contest Meet in annual Jaycees Golden Crown Basket comes from a tightly' rolled bud
District Deputy Mary an attractive setting Monday eracy, ware represented at the St. Augustine .April the 8th. They Prix Races which were held last' with the tip of the leaf at the

K. Moore to Seaside Temple 8 at evening when members of ttu annual District 2 convention !;':,.=':..":* are planning a weekend. BY JANE SCOFIELD very center.from Propagation instead of of ferns seed'I 1
Jacksonville Beach on February Rose Circle met at her home fog vhich was held Thursday Febru- fine show as The National Merit tests were 'P' comes spores
28 for her final District Meeting its monthly session. 'Mrs. Free cry 28th, at -the Woman's Club 1 they always do. given to the Juniors Tuesday and there is a separate step of
There was a large attendance Gaines assisted Mrs. "Rauschert as Building on Riverside Avenue in : : The Tri-Hi-Y while the 'Freshmen and Sophomores -: The horticulture class sponsored she had on display for the classa : development between the spore
from' all the Jacksonville Temp. hostess. Jacksonville .; held a business were given the National I by the Jacksonville Garden fringed fern of leather-leaf and true fern plant. A spore shed
lea also. A' | Club was most interesting this form but far more delicate in from the fern leaf germinates in I
The dining table centered Mrs. H. W. Fishier, chapter meeting Tuesday Educational Test.
was in the T.V. i month. Mrs. Harry Wade of Jacksonville texture one which seemed just dampness and shade to produce i
Mary K. Moore was honored by with a charming St. Patrick' !resident, gave -a report of local night The Junior Class Play parts talked on her collection made for corsage work. ''a flat leaf-like form which is r rI
being nominated to serve for a Day arrangament of white hapter activities at the meeting Room at the ,
car have been distributed among the I This little
I of ferns bringing to the class a called a prothallium.
second year, but declined the nations with green centers, ,green which was presided over by Mrs. i Recreation Cent talented Juniors who wish to par- I[really astounding number of var- 'succeeded!i From the in above cross she has form goes about developing sex
nomination and Josephine Trice shamrocks and Arrigiral Thomas W, Lester director of : developing
I eucalyptus. ticipate in the play. The Juniorsare underside fertilization
ter.Friday the
ieties she in her garden or and organs on ,
grows I
will be plants as a test has been I
Jacksonville will be District Deputy of camel} District 2.
arrangement I really working diligently to 1 of and in due time,
J greenhouse With the exclusion I growing them under occurs, J
for the coming hs[ in beautiful candelabrr Wilson L Baker of Tarn the first day fora different
year. a Mrs. present the play to the public. six months frtfnds '
the University of Florida, she is conditions. The plant grown out two to young
Fernandina 'lempi won both i with white tapers, had been pre- ia, Florida Division presidentTas : Americanism new course, II Miss Pipkin, a new teacher at the probably the fern expert of I of doors hurt of the true fern .appear.
Communism. It was considerably by
j the attendance awards, 'one for oared for the buffet by a. member a prominent speaker, as was vs. high school, is helping the Juniors '
North Her talk i
will last six weeks will be I : Florida. was the cold but is coming back the Ferns are comparatively 'eaSyto
and | ;
officer attendance, and one for of the club. \\frs. H. Grady Mathews of Jacksonville i produce their play. The cast
taught by Mr. Stover. This J slanted toward showing different plant grown in deep shade in the and have uses both
member who is 2nd vice-presi- courseis 1 .I grow, many
attendance. A brief business meeting, was is as follows Charlie Kennan -1 varieties rather than the cultureof I
i for and all greenhouse is rather sad looking
.. After. the business meeting the :conducted by Mrs. Ray Ketchum :dent general jtudents required will be graduation required to take I Richard Sapp, "Winnie" More ', ferns. She propagates them but the plant grown in the green-; .: as pot plants and in the garden

District Meeting members wen president. Among the items dis Mrs. R. L Dixon, immediate it. A notebook with vocabulary Tommy Oliver Katie Van' Loon-j from spores, which must requirea "house in strong light (not sun- f I They do require moisture, though
srved delicious refre lunents ussed, was a report prepared by jast president of the Florida Di- Joy Beville, "Terror" Tripp good drainage, and protection
| by words to spell and define will be great amount of time and pa- light) is in lush growth. These'!
Side Temple 7 which was hostess the club treasurer Mrs. Walter vision gave the opening prayer Wayne Saunders, Sylvester -I tience. : from the direct rays of the SUB.
plants hybridized in 1960.
for the evening. Preston. The report covered the Mrs. Dixon is well known and kept by each student. Also, a list Ricky Gentry Slappy Carl I were A northern exposure is best, them
of questions at the end of each She has recently hybridized a i She finds differences
lighly esteemed by members of many ,
receipts and expenditures in con- Welters, Rose Judy Hahn f an eastern one, and other exposures
If you are J5 or over and still nection with the programs pre. r the Amelia Island Chapter. The chapter, which must be answered, Madge Margie Brewton Beth fern which she, as well as others, i among her ferns and must learn : require artificial shading.

working write today for social 3ented by the Rose Circle at the chapter received its charter dur- will be kept in the notebook and 1_ Cathy Rylant, Freckles Edward think will be of great use in I to know them. She tried for several ''Many of our house ferns will

Murity leaflet 23c'. --' Woman's Club on Thursday, February ing Mrs. Dixon's administration will be taken up each Friday and Fiveash, Wilma Laverne sage work. In fact, a fern.cor-I years to propagate a certain grow in the garden but they die
you may the'students
checked will really
: .
;: and had the honor of her so the
28. having ; Mock. corsage use wad goal down ll.winter and put up fresh
be eligible for'some I fern, using great care in trans-
spcial security have to be the ball! A
install its first officers at on which she worked. She considered A
a :
I leaves the following springs.
I benefits The twelve members present The Key Club is in the processof planting the little sporelet plants
test will be when
.1'1 luncheon meeting here two years standing given the shape of the 'leather ,leaf fern general rule for soil is a mixture
I (welcomed Mrs. Bennett Wilson.. a each chapter is complete.The planning the 2nd Annual_ Key idal for such work but thoughtit I to pots filled ith sterile soil of I of equal parts of leaf mold, gar-
correct and each
I delightful newcomer to Fernan- ago.During the luncheon which followed Little Women, who were in Club Kapers. AU students'interested too heavy and coarse so looked time the constituency little' plant would die. den loam, coarse sand, and peat

dina Beach, as a visitor to their: the meeting Thursday, charge of the concession stands in participating in the show about for a way to improve it. I Finally she discussed it with I moss (additional leafmold can replace -
J PMnJJ4SAVINGS[ / I group. Mr:$.. Chester F. Cluxton presi and the Key Club who worked'in' are urged to contact Chip Wood She had noticed the fringe like I one of the University professors i the peat moss).
the: pit and helped with the park- vice-president of the )Key Club. j I
lent of the Jacksonville Woman'sClub edge of a ,cyrtomium a curly un-
Because of the illness of Mrs. I who told her that some ferns : Many ferns are easily tuns*
the welcome address ing of cars, are to be commended See you next week! branched hardy fern, and decidedto. I
J ohn Knight, and several other gave would not live in sterilized soil : planted from the wild, and early
0 NiVSSY members, the program planned The Reverend James W. Blitch, see what they result of crossingit Since then her efforts with that spring is the time to do it, just
minister of Avondale Methodist with the leather-leaf -would be. I
for the evening was postponeduntil fern have been most successful. as the young fronds are unrolling.
a. later date. Church, gave the invocation. The cross was a huge success and i i She has one fern that is said to At this time the ground 'is cool

Original gifts, items pertainingto There are eighteen chapters in : be edible, although she has not and moist and the delicate root

flower arranging, were exchanged District 2, and five districts in I tried eating it. There are some I are not as apt to dry out. Try to
by the members. the Florida Division. '. k Stork Club I ferns which produce little plant- give the transplanted fern the
Others attending the meeting lets on the leaves, but these plant- I same soil conditions in which it
"SKIN CLEANSERS After delightful refreshments,, from the Amelia Island Chapter Etr I' has set it at the
lets will not live if cut off but grown same
1 1J and social the
a hour meetingwas besides Mrs. Fishier were, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Joyner of must be allowed to drop from depth, being careful not to cover
adjourned. J. C. Bennett, Miss. Marie Cone, Jesup, Ga., former residents of the leaf. Some fern fronds may : the crown. It is even good practice

SAVE $1,50 Mrs. Norman Richard and Mrs.E. I I Fernandina Beach, announce the :; be handled; others produce brown to notice in which compass

J I Miss Sarah Ann Rich P. Wilson, Jr.. ''birth of a 8 lb, 2 oz. daughter, I spots wherever they are touched. 'I direction wild ferns seem to face

Susan, born February 21. Mater- Different ferns their 'and approximate that direction
Weds John carry spores
T. ConeMr.
ON GIANT 12OZ. SIZE I Presbyterian Women .., nal grandparents are Mr and in different ways. Most ferns when transplanting. Cover underground -

and Mrs. John M. Rich of 'Mrs. R. F. Roberts of Fernan- carry spores in set patterns on I runners to a depth of an
SAVE 75 Chipley announce the marriageof Attend District ..e dina Beach and paternal grandparents the under side of the leaves; others inch or two and peg down surface
are Mr. and Mrs.,R. P. in runners. Try to dig the fern with .
their daughter, Sarah Ann, to Spring Conference produce spores a specialized I
ON LARGE 6-OZ. SIZE John Thomas Cone son of Mr.\ I II I Joyner of Portsmouth, Va. portion of the frond; still oth- : as much woodsy soil clinging to

I -- and Mrs. J. 'Barnard Cone of Fer- A large delegation of officers I II I Recent arrivals at Humphreys I ers put up separate stalks which.: it as possible.

i 8SY nandina Beach.. and Women of the First Presbyterian I Memorial .Hospital: :I develop brown spore-cases insteadof I

The marriage was solemnized i Church are attending the I I I I A son, Hollis Dwayne) born r, a green leaves. I I

Pink Cleansing Cream. Gently on Saturday, February 16 j. in District Spring Conference of I February 9 to Amanda and Roy I We tried. to do a_little research Try A Classified t ,
the Suwanee Presbytery being Lee Smith of North 13th St. ---- --- -- -
i and refreshes normalor Blessed Sacrament Church in Tal- i
oily skin and leaves it lahassee, with the Rev. ThomasJ. held today at Riverside Presby.J I I A daughter, Joy Valentine, i
II radiant! Burns officiating.Mr. terian Church in b II born February 14 to Joyce and '
Mrs. Hal D. Wainwright is the Herbert M. Herrin of Five Points.A ARMSTRONGSALES
and 'Mrs. Cone at home
: ESSST! to their friends at 333 are% Knowles guest speaker and Synod representative I I son, Tony Wayne, born Feb- "' ........... y- .y.w.. ....... .
'on the caravan to 1 ruary 21 to Eleanor and Franklin .
Emulsified Cleansing Cream. Ave. N. Winter Park., kt- W.'i''Y .
Eztn-rich to smooth and Brazil Mrs A. A. Sheddan will .... Rowland, P. 0. Box C65; Fer- j ,
give the latest information on nandina Beach.A .
soften dry skin while it cleans HD Clubs Slate )Iexi o. TWO CHARMERS-ONLY ONE 'SNAKE, As Inspector daughter, Sandra Lynne, -- -

r away makeup and grime. Workshop LuncheonThe Mrs Evert Elvia announcesthe Stephen Boyd watches the seductive movements of born February: 22 to Lois and AND INSTALLATION
General Meeting,of the Wo- Robert K. Daniel, 131 South 8th
!@SSl .' snake charmer Julie Mendez, Dolores Hart wonders why: '
of the Church on 'Thursday St. .
Home Demonstration Clubsof men I
Dry Skin Cleanser. Deeply Fernandina Beach and Yuleeare March 14, with Mrs. II. J. Alli- this man is willing to' risk his life 'to help her in Mark A daughter, Vickie Jane, born PORTER & LOVEQUIST

r cleans sensitive complexions sponsoring a workshop on son, Jr. bringing the message of Robson's "Lisa", opening Sunday at the Han Theatre. II February' 25 to Mary Julia and Color Center8th M
AM&it' .: It soothes and smooths. "Care and Use of The Sewing the Prophet Jeremiah in, a book I John Ii. Wise of Yulee,
:Machine," in the Conference Roomat review of, "Hammer On The A daughter, Marsha. Lee, born I St. At Fire Points PJwne-26M068
f'' 12OZ. SIZE REG. $3.50 I the Recreation Center on Tues- Rock.." -' ratroniw Our Advertisers; I February 27 to Judy and Commas Downs Carpet Valspar Paints ....* Wall Paper
The meeting starts .at 10 a.m. PersonalsMrs. I Mims, 2257 South Fletcher Ave.
March 10
SALE PRICE $2.00plus day, 12. at a.m. ,
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and all interested: women. are
tax W. T. Rhodes, representative of invited. :.r"Extravagant i ,
I I' Singer Sewing Machine Co., will .A Mary Rae, Thompson of f ,
6.OZ, SIZE REG. $2.00 conduct the workshop.All ..,... I Tampa and Dr. and Mrs. James .- .

SALE PRICE $1.25plus members, and interested Plans Wetzel of Jacksonville spent the ... I

taxVAAS parties, are cordially invited to Underway For 4th weekend with their aunt, Mrs. \ ;; .

I attend and bring a covered dish ,r James R. Lynn. .i: : ,:. > 1. .

i for the luncheon at noon. 'Annual Hq f" Show' Dr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Hcltze] ;h 'i :

il Miss Joan Williams of Talla DY'ISIFIl 4 D 1. JUXCK pf t Hopkinsville, Ky., are guests I -' : : .- .
of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mattson.Ed < a .f I,
) c hassee spent the weekend with The most important date of \ fIijl ; .
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John the year draws near, March 21, Mattson returned Monday > .
Atlantic At Sixth Williams. Joan brought as her !I of course! All the King's horses from Detroit, Mich., where he .. ',: ',: I

guest, Miss Joan Pelham, also of r and all the King' ',men won't be I attended the funeral of his uncle, ...f, .
Tallahassee. I able to keep YOU", from rushingto Harry Skillen. .._ ?,"" 7 > ",
the Hospital Auxiliary's Hats "'7

'Off Luncheon, and viewing&, these r Mrs. Delma Carlton and son, ;. I pS._.
of the
Ricky, Tallahassee spent ,
I natty new spring styles so gra- weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. : '
) INC.
Ilan Theatre ciously presented by the Roux John Williams.. : !'
Hat Shop of our city. I _E

I' You will be delighted with the i Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Drury of J" .

Phone 201-4849 D. \\'. ,Roberts, Mgr. unique souvenirs x rid the won- Jacksonville visited briefly during t IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE
derful door prizes so generously the weekend with Mrs. Lois Sheffield .4 .
Saturday & Sunday- Matiness At 2:30-0ne Show : donated by our local merchants I. -'". f J ,
of .Jacksonville's and family. "t(. : THE APPOINTMENT I OF f31. i .; .
the merchants .
and! .
1 i Genter. Mr, and Mrs, .Clinton elton ." ". ,1,'j'1 to
Friday Saturday I Gateway Shopping tf 'J' :'\ 'J fj: '
t f ;and children, Jimmy, Wayne and a. ,
\ I'
.: t :J "GAY PURR-EE" "Mrs. Barbara! Burton is chair- Donald, of Jacksonville, spent the : :.r: t "Pete" 11 J

man ,of the Hat Cake again this weekend with Mrs. Ethel Miller ; Mr. C. B. Ingram'

FEATURE LONG CARTOON IN COLOR year. Who will be the lucky one r and Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Southwell.Mrs. '

With The Voices of i to win it this time? .
JUDY GARLAND AND RED BUTTONS Mrs. E. V. Garcia is chairmanof by. Jean plane Cover after returned visiting Monday with # :'; As Exclusive Sales Agent In This Area r:.
cakes and Mrs. Sam Joyce is -
AIso- friends in -Maeon during the week- :.
co-chairman. Mrs. E. C./ Burgess For Their Line of '
ALL FALL DOWN'I is model chairman and Mrs. Robert end. ". ('f- ., : -:,

Carson is food 'rman. t .
f Private Gerald Wilder left Sun- .
WARREN HEATTY EVA MARIE SAINT One of the exciting',door prizesis day for Sanford, where he is ''ffe T

.- a new spring bonnet. Winnersat presently stationed with the U. S. .Quality Marble and Gr flit Memorials
-0Sunday --
the past three luncheons are Navy, after spending the week- -f : :::1I I

Monday Mrs. Harry Poole, Mrs. CharlesM. end with his parents, )!r. and ,
Tomlinson and Mrs. C. P. Mrs. C. F. Wilder of NassauviHe. -i
I "LISA" I Adams Sr. '. I I ;. '\i;; : { .1
L ,
Who will be the lucky one this Myron Hammond student at :; ; ,.
STEPHEN BOYD DOLORES HART Spring! ? ?!? Florida State University visited ; ;

HUGH GRIFFITH LEO MCKERN last weekend with his parents, ,- *

In Cinemascope Deluxe Color Got a birthday this month? :Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hammond, _. >For. ,Full) Particulars On Your Requirements :* \ .1
I II and attended the Golden Crown : ;,. : t.._
I Better buy driver's license. .y .' .
I '-____ __ --- Prix Races. :Myron brought with '.. r" Fill I In and Mail The Coupon Below t
him, William Vinson and John I. ., .

g For Your Home State.Dykes,' also students at Florida <.-. .:._: ; N 0 Obligation of C.. '?.',".""j lJ' .r-lj'!

J'I' '
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[ )r&% r\ S The Senior Citizen's Club ;' .I' ; # -
-' .
i o / WITHCUSTOMMADE wishes to express its thanks and ; : : t
sincere gratitude to those who

}h n, A "A: contributed success of so its generously recent rummage to the ; '_ : .,, ._ ; r

/ lXl) IjJ sale .'.;' -
fiIWJU :, SUP Mr. Cecil Rowell of the Appli -,- .:'" ..JLLI't- .,

(r ( ) ance Center gave practically his P. O. BOX 526, FERNANDINA BEACH, ,FLORIDA:.'.

: AND DRAPES entire period showroom of three for days our during use the fora a I .

sale, and was most helpful in I PLEASE CONTACT 31 E REGARDING. THE PURCHASE. 0 F MEMORIALS "
} many other ways. .- ....." '
FpeiEstimates '
'y" The Woman's Club and the ," ,-UNDER: THE ALL-STATE PLAN. ,:
chairman of its I 1 ,
I Finest Quality Materials gerontology com- ,. .. t
mittee, Mrs. Herb White, 'Were ,- : S. .
.. .
most and i : ,1
Guaranteed WorkmanshipJERRYS of our generous stores contributed helpful articles Many i NAME :... --- :
I i. ,
for sale. '
Mr. DeSandro our : ,
rector of recreation, gave di-I I ::..\, ';"., .: ADD RESS.., .. __ .:;!: I

: DRAPERIES & time and energy, plus the use s-;,o..' .L' .

of the recreation facility. CITY .- .. PHONE 1 -- ,
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The sale t ;: : ? I
was a complete success -, 4- f i .
SLIP COVERS due to the M --
;: of our support friends.and cooperation 4.; ....' .. <," or, 'a, < I

1120 South 8th Street Phone ?261-3741 (Chairman signed) H.Rummage S. Luke Sale, :! 'J i < ,_ :

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. :, '.. .',. -'-: .. .- -- News-Leader: Fernandina Beach Florida.. Thursday; March, 7, 1963 .- rage' 1're'l J'I

l I News From from Federal appropriations,! !124.., ,. ,, 'j
while 52.8'e are opposed to, sucha "Sleeping Beauty"Ballet The 18th edition of Morrip
I plan. 45.4% favor the implementation -; Calf en's Ice Spectacular his bee

The Rec of the Kerr-Mills Medical To Be Seen i acclaimed by major critics*as ,tb .
Care Program by the Florida I 'greatest ever. Holiday On -heoj
Legislature, while 28% oppose I 1963 is spiced alternately with

BY SANDY .\ i this. Only about one-third favor On Ice First Time comedy, drama, acrobatics and
the creation of a National Service sheer skating brilliance.
THURSDAY, MARCH 7: Teen Ok TT Corps, while 53.4% oppose Produced by Ruth Tyson an i
I I at 7:30 II i this. All-new Holiday On Ice will
I Playschool in the Game Room I i | open on March 19 at the Jacksonville staged by Chester Hale, the tw"
at 9:30 a.m., Joan Bean, Instr. j, i v' RA Transportation: An increase by Coliseum with nine perform- and a half hour spectacle iDdU<.
one-half billion dollars revenueto
Adult Ceramics Class in the : antes scheduled through March I "The Sleeping Beauty", "H ;
X wr
< i : States, for Highway construction -*
Ceramics Room at 9:30 a.m., i Room : : e w through self-financed high- On Parade", "Egyptian 1'!

Martha Jean Puletti: ; In tr. nstr.. ; trust funds, is favored by F
"Holidayland" "Rhapsody
; way f I .
''r with the hope that all debtor na-
Avon Room Sales Meeting In the Conference jI { r ., .s, $; 60%, while 23f/r oppose. tions would be made to carry I Strings", and "Broadway .lieuday" -
at 11:00 a.m. : : Urban Development; Federalaid ",
their proportionate share of the I
Ballet Class (3 and 4)) in the I Hugh 1 for Urban areas to help in costs of the organization. f "Sleeping Beauty" is a faithful

Auditorium at 10:00: a.m., Julanne the solution of transportation .*** interpretation of the belove
Owens, Instr. : M.aw ., 44a problems is opposed by 53.6 '
i I shall study each issue that is Tshaikovsky ballet seen for th
Ballet Class ((6 yrs.) in the Owens, and the establishment of a De I presented to us in Congress and ; first time on ice. Rosemarie

Auditorium at 2:30 p.m., Julan- partment of Urban Affairs and. vote on the basis of what in mj i Robert Unger, established ant
i ne Owens, Instr. b Housing at Cabinet level is opposed I i humble judgment is best for oui with the international edition
Owens, by 66.6%. Those favoring people. Your views always, Holiday On Ice since 1955, were
Ballet Class ((5 and 6)) in the such 30.8% and19.2x as I
measures were
Auditorium at 3:30: p.m., Julanne a r'fro s respectively I will be most helpful. Please let selected by producer Ruth Tyson
Owens, Instr. Game 'J me quote from Edmund Burke to to star in "Sleeping Beauty*
,. I i, Veterans Affairs: 66.4" favor indicate belief in the a When thejr began skating at re*
.Ballet Class ((7-9)) in the Audi- the : I 1 providing I increased selective bene Congressman my should vote: way. hearsals 'fpr the production, Mr|

torium at 4:30: p.m., Julanne anne ; .): }Y. fits, such as cost of living increases "It ought to b* the happinessand Tyson knew she had found Priiy
Owens, Instr. for the children and dependent cess Aurora and Prince Charm
I of to
glory a representative
Atlantic Avenue Playground, at 8:00: | I parents of veterans who ing.
live in the strictest union, the
supervised play, 3:30.5:30 p.m., t" ..,..o.<;.,. '_._:>>,,f>..',>y died as a result of military' ser- closest correspondence, and the .Tickets 'for Holiday On Ic$

Hugh Sides, Supv. at 8:00: j CLUB MINSTREL is rapidly shaping up as rehearsals are I vice I while only 23.2< oppose most unreserved communicationwith of 1963, are now on sale at tbi

Stork Shower in the Conference reports point to one of the best in the long series. Bob Tal- I such. FOREIGN an increase.II. AFFAIRS. his constituents. Their wishes Jacksonville Coliseum and Audi
Room at 7:00: p.m. Class ought to have great weight with. torium, also at the HeminipPark J;
bit of give and take with Interlocutor Bill Melton during tjie Foreign aid continues to be a
Lions Club Minstrel Practice in 7:30 I. him; their opinion high respect, office and out of town box
be featured entertainer. Other end will be Bob of much to
a men Springer, subject concern my reserved
the Auditorium at 8:00 Instr. their business unremitted atten offices. All seats are
Men and Boys' Health p.m.Club in Courson, Carson McKendree, John W. McClane, Mike{ Fiala, Bill constituency and was more fre- tion. It is his duty to sacrifice his with promenade and boxes $3.50.lower ,

the Boys' Locker Room, day and Game ouklts, Doug Decke", and Lucky Simpson.1 quently commented other upon by item res-in repose, his pleasure, his satisfac- mezzanine $2.50 and 'i1Pt>er
evening. Men pondents than any tions, to theirs and above all, mezzanine $2.00. Children halt\
the the questionnaire. The consensusis ever, and in all cases, to prefer price on Saturday and Sunday:! aj
FRIDAY, MARCH 8: in the Reports From Washington .that it is favored only if deem- their interests to his own the 5:00 p.m. matinees. Evening
ed essential to our national de- scheduleo Td"ea.
Mar. (Nevertheless) your representa performances are
Sub-Teen Club in the Game fense, and then only'to friendly tive owes not his industry day through Friday at 8:0tf: pJn.|
I you
Room at 7:15 By Rep. D. R. (Billy) Matthews governments. Those favoring for-
pm Course 't only, but his judgment; ; and: he Saturday March 23 at l:0jwm.j)
Fernandina Rifle and Pistol eign aid stipulated qualificationsin if 5:00 The Sunday & 1n
instead of serving pt .
betrays you p.m.
at March 1, 1963 strongly opposed by 56%, with
: p.m. instances and altogetherwere
Club in the Conference Room at many start at 1:00 and 5:0flupjn. ,
he sacrifices it to your opinion. : p.m.
8:00 in 16% favorable. The continuation 49.2\ favorable, and 39.4% ..
p.m. ', GRATIFYING RESPONSE TO ---- ---- --- --- --
Men and Boys' Health Club in the : and of the National Defense Educa against. Only 39.6% favored increased
QUESTIONNAIREI tion is fav- ... .
the ''Boys' Locker Room: day and a.m. Scholarship Program appropriations for the .
evening. Patio have been highly gratified ored by 71%, while 66.4'A look I "Alliance for Progress" while -
Room : : with the response to my annual with favor on the establishmentof 41.2: opposed any increase.
SATURDAY, MARCH 9: Tap questionnaire mailed on February a National Merit Scholarship More than half opposed any expansion Appliance Sales & Service"Your

torium : 1, 1963 to' approximately 4,003() Program for Superior Students, 'of the Peace Corps, while .
Men and Boys' Health Club in Owens Room ( persons on my Newsletter List. I I and 76.4% favor a systematic restoration -![ only 386f/r favored an increase
the Boys' Locker Room, day and to the States by the I''in
I ( ) am now pleased to submit an analysis appropriation. GE ,
: evening."HAPPY". Federal Government 6f at least a .
torium : the i of the first 500 answers: III. NATIONAL: DEFENSE -
Owens which have been tabulated and portion of the.tax resources which More than half of the respondents

: ., Mar- which represent 12&% of the to .. it has taken away, earmarked for namely- 51.2% favor a $2 New Phone Ho.: 261-5801 :, ;-
: : tal number of questionnairesmailed educational purposes. billion increase, to maintain space .
I ( ) in the Health and Welfare in the ..
to constituents. A consid Legislation schedule and supremacy
Hugh 'I ,
r I ( ) I enable number of questions were : It is interesting to note that space race ,while 32.2', oppose .----
the unanswered or questions were i 67.8% favor an expansion of the such an increased expenditure.
I ( ) the raised. These were consolidated I fight against mental illness and 72%; favor a $51 billion military SALES AND SERVICE-

: into a "non-committal" group, retardation as a part of our na I budget to maintain superior global -
I and for the sake of brevity will tional' health program. Nearly I nuclear and conventional for ALL. MAKES AND 'MODELS

wwri I I ( ) in the be emitted from the following 50% approve broadening the ces, while only] .15% oppose such .
analysis. They represent, of scope of the Hill-Burton Act to I a budget v.. -"
i II in the : : course, the difference existing between cover construction of medical facilities A l large. majority: of those an- SIN '
Men APPLIANCES"f( ) Audi- the YES and NO percentages as opposed to 25% against 'I swering the; questionnaire signified NOW I OUR NEWLOCATION \ -

: the and the whole of 100%. such an expansion. 4G.6rfavor that in their opinion the United -.. -
I : of aid for should continue to '
I. DOMESTIC PROPOSALS a new program con- I ;
I struction of medical schools, as support the United Nations and !
and Revision of Fed
Reduction against 35.6'k who are opposed. I help strengthen its role for the I .
Girl : p.m., eral Income Taxes: A permanent Less than a third of those answering service of world peace, while '

IS HAPPYTO .1 Game : i reduction in axes, as proposed by I : the questionnaire favor 25%, felt that the U. S. should 113 ATLANTIC AVE. :.=
the President in the amount of i
in the
RE IN a Health Insurance' Program for no jlonger.: 'support this world ,
I $13.5 billion, phased over 3 years,,
FERNANDINA KEACI1 the aged tied to Social Security agency. Those who favored continued -
in resulted in a near equal percentage I support for, the UN fre-
Have You Met Him? Hugh for, against, and uncommitted covered |quently qualified, their answers
u I ( ) in vote. This was also true of the I _.._..___ ............. ___---------a.. _- -.-- I
the !
I. ,. : suggested nature of reduction for
/I ,"----4' -- T in individuals and corporations, except -. ....

and I for those favoring the individual : .
tax rate reduction exceeded
the number favoring the suggested -

corporate rate reduction] '--. ..
FRIDAY, by a margin of 39.4% for individual ---
to 29.6!) $ for corporations.]
AZALEAS BUDS By far the largest percentage of} J '
LIGUSTRUM I rican favored cuts coupled
responses j
DOGWOOD as an with selected structural chang'es 4 iMi

GAMBLE & LEWIS ; and namely against.A ,. 45.2% for and 27.8 : O'I I

j FERNANDINA I permanent reduction of tax .
rates to be worked out by Con
At Five Points
gress: CO.8% favor an effective

.&. ------- way in all of reduction obtained provided this holding objectivemay expenditures IR
-- be by B 'r H DAY

f our- below this year's level,, .
exclusive of defense and space
KEEP AHEAD OF ; budgetary needs. The percentage it
of those favoring such reductions ifI
position :

THE eyes nation four of "regardless ditures"gainst 56.8''was of 10.2 opposed.budgetary% for The, xpen-I percentage -|;I ONE YEAR- OLD MARCH '5' ,

e \ of those desiring reduc| ; ; :;-
: tions only upon obtaining! a 1 bal.> 'j.} i"r '
RE-. ;, -1' : .
/ 4
Federal was.479ck .. 1.4 ;i-,
anced budget { :.- .t''f) 't' .1. 2
FOR FAST ; for majorities, to 20.2 favored% oPPosd.reductions! : Substantial or,. \ ":'' :_ :: I ; ; ; -t. .

L-P tax allowances covering the cost, i
have I'
of maintaining children in college,
of the
and increased personal exemptions
DELIVERY & observe
from $600 to $700, the per-
such redactions
centages favoring \
BULK ; ; SMITH, being. 55% and 64.8% respectively.

Agricultural Legislation: The
CALL to pro 17 highest. vote percentage in the Pleasant Associations '
questionnaire was given in favorof .
Good ; do houses call, and a reduction grains to our reduce excess storage stocks I r With The Residents .

I in costs, the vote being 86.6% for f
pay 03.2'c against. Votes for the f
of Of Fernandina Beach And .
continuation of the Food Stamp
Gas & as a
program and a broad land-use ad- I II .
justment program with implemen- I iI
This -Make
eme Area Qur
I tation of the loan program of the I
Fanners Home Administrationwere
I' I about equally divided for,
nd and First A
seal of against, and uncommitted. Those Anniversary IN
favoring an increased role of priv-
MaIV' "
on ate financing in the rural housing ; Nappy One Indeed! THE COMMUNITY-
in the program were 70.2'f for as op-
L 22S-5U& ] posed to 10.8% against. I BUT MIGHTY
Constitu- .
Education Legislation:
YULEE FLA. I Sincerely Appreciate
ents, while expressing interestin
providing educational oppor I HAPPY TO BE :
.. -- -- tunity for aU children of the na Your Patronage And Good Will

tion to the fullest extent of their HERE! .

capacity, overwhelmingly oppose .
t :
I such an objective attained at Fed ", :
'' eral expense. Only 7.6% support ;
TORO Whirlwinds such a Federal program, while i'L

: --- I 63.6% are opposed. However, I .
w ''e PERFORMANCE, FEATURES 55.8favor such a program at I -

S r:1 lu.'' ,....<:V: Here's a mower that Change height of cut "State and Local" expense, and '
1 ''i: ", '. not only cuts the grass in second Anti-scalp 39..4% favor a combined Federal : May AII'Our Future Birthdays Be As
;.-, ', >we,,MA, :--' better, it bags clip- dish gives 360'proter and State supported program. ,
..;...,. 4- pings trims close and tion.Short crankshaft 69% favor a continuation of Federal .,
t A eliminates leaf rating is 300,% stronger. Ex- subsidies for schools in fed- I

: i.5 [ tESrunNoOnioL forever. Tunnel"elusive housing.'Wind erally impacted of Federal areasSupport aid for construction I Rewarding To Each of Us

This rotary meets the requirements
purposes is favored for
of ASA Standards.
: I $99.9.5 ONE YEAR WARRANTY 31.6-loans"% are only opposed.by 43.6while"Loans and 1 Management and Staff Thank YOU For A Happy Birthday! ,

grants" are favored by only.
e 28.6 and opposed by 45.8%. 516 TO
BROS. CO. Federal aid is favored for public FERNANDINA LOAN CORP.LOANS
'kc ;S > HARDEE schools by 41.6% and opposed by! : ASH ST. .,

: ATLANTIC AYE. 39%. while Federal aid for both
"publie and private" schools' isllllll
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Page Six -- News-Leader, Fernandina. Beach. Florida .Thursday, March 7,1963 .- t. :

} z_ __ New' Life Meetings Rev. C. Eugene West To Bring Messages il SPORTS AFIELDBY back limits a, you'll small one often that have you to know p4

will die of its injuries. Where

; To At ........ ".";'- x TED RESTING and let your catch go with the there aren't, each case is a mat
:f.' I hook. Chemicals in his system ter for individual decision od

You've often been told that, are supposed to corrode the hook your part.Almost .
Methodist Church when hooking a fish so deep it ,I promptly without causing the all ;other fresh- ratet
seems difficult to remove the, similar to'trout
M vda !| fish any noticeable inconven- fish are roughly

v I Memorial Methodist Church is hook without, damaging him, : ience. This is not, always the and bass in that they will live if

f" uniting with all Methodist you should cut the line or leader '! case, says Jason Lucas, Angling I II hooked on artificials, white, of

churches in the Jacksonville District Editor, Sports Afield Magazine, !
I well
those taken on live bait, asa
in New Life Meetings, commemorating that got out were two small sloops I who regularly examines dead, .. ;
the 225th anniver- jI : : I having on board,.each of them, 13 I bloated fish that he comes upon doctor would put it, the 'pr gnosis 9I *
sary of John Wesley's experienceat ,! 4y7 rS'q I bales of cotton and a few passeng- ('floating or washed up on shore, is highly' unfavorable.
Aldersgate, known as the ers." in order to see what killed them. I 1
heartwarming experience. Wes- I In a letter written today from I He has often found that telltale I II ,

ley later became the founder of [ .;! Jacksonville, Federal General R. piece of line or leader bro.ken.1
., the Methodist Church. y- + Saxton describes the Negroes of nor cut. For each fish HOW FAST?

"44s.W New Life Meetings will be heldat Florida as being "far more intelligent there must be many that nobody
K 9 T Memorial Methodist Church ; s I than'any I have yet seen, I I

beginning Sunday, March 10, at : : i : I and they fully understand then sees.Exactly how many fish that
SHOWN ARE JW OF THE CHARACTERS in the the 11 a.m. worship hour, and position and the intention of the have been released without hooksin

cartoon "GAY PU1IR-EE", which features the voices of continuing through Friday night. Government toward them. They them live and thrive?

Judy Garland and Red Buttons, showing Friday and Sat Rev. C. Eugene West, pastorof will fight with as much desperation "- Tests by various state game
in the World.
urday at the Ian I Theatre. the Methodist Church at \: He complains as any people about the "great departments and by the Na- need1he
will the ou
Sumpter, bring message ash 'j
tional Park Service have shown
scarcity of muskets" in his de- c hand
each day at 10 a.m. and at 7:30
partment, but predicts that Union that, of trout hooked in a lip in Y our
Jr.-High Rev. Prior
Elementary Henry p.m., Monday through Friday. be
is almost can soon
troops will soon "strike a only as invariablythe \-
LUNCIIKOOM MENUS To Be CelebrantAt Rev. John L. Jones, pastor, r .: : heavy blow in Florida/' He also case. when they are takenon aim sas it.as .
extends cordial invitation to : Ktoto
a 0 0 ; thinks that Florida might very flies even though they as
St. Peter's ChurchThe the public to attend. The
MAKC'bi'IL.Monday nursery well become a place of asylum for might have been handled quite .
will be at all services.
: Itamburger! / buns, Rev. Henry W. Prior, open ;. Negroes who have been freed in roughly, about 98 per cent live.
pota .chips, lettuce and tomato Chaplain of Jacksonville Univer- other Southern states by the But when trout are hooked deep
salad, buttered corn, fresh pears, sity, will return to Fernandina Linda Ruth GreeneOn Emancipation Proclamation. with live bait, this percentagecan
'H pint milk. M i I Beach Sunday to be celebrant of Dean's List At I I March 7 The Leon County drop to 50 or lower.: I

Tuesday: Corned,t ,f; hash, I the Holy Communion at 730 and plantation of the late Mr. and Bass, of course, are much
;.r/po1oes and onions, frozen 10:00.: a.m. at St. Peter's Episcopal FSU For TrimesterLinda Mrs. Henry B. Bradford is being tougher than trout, so one can
turnip. greens w/roots, cornbreadand Church and at 8:50: am. at I sold at public auction today. The say that practically all of those
butter cobbler Good Shepherd Mission. Ruth Edenfield Greene, estate comprises about 450 acres
peach % pint hooked on artificials are none
milk Father Prior returned to this daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. of superior improved rand, adapted the worse for the adventure.But Under the G.A.C.loan plan

Wednesday:. Tunafish salad, country last fall from Liberia Edenfield of this.c't1 }has, been ( to the culture of cotton and if they are hooked deep everything is handled on a
I where he served' in the : corn, plus 40 acres of woodland,
boiled potato in jacket,, string mission congratulated by "fJ.ett.er' from
with live bait, their innards injured -
: all under fence. There is the simplified basis. We
field and also taught at semin on even
beans, rolls and butter, applesauce a .
I Conrad E. Tanzy, Aciing Direc place "a cdmmcdious dwelling- I there can be an enormous
raisin cookie, % pint milk. ary. He recently received the "cut corners" when
loss of those released. speed
I Chaplaincy at Jacksonville Uni- tor of the Division of Basic Stu- house, with nine rooms; also, kit-
Thursday; Oven fried chic. : versity where he is also teaching dies at Florida State..University, chen, smoke and 'meat house, sy. Pike, pickerel and muskel Is essential.

ken, mashed potatoes, English I class. for her fine performance in academic rup house, stables, Negro quar- lunge are fiercer than. either L.
peas, carrot sticks, rolls and but. work in the, fall trimester.As ters: a new screw and gin house, trout or bass but arc also far LOANS UP TO $500
ter, pineapple chunks, % pint MEMORIAMIn -- all in good repair, and an excel more delicate.: They have a I
milk. a result, Mrs. Greene's name lent well of water. habit of artificial G.A.C.PINANCE(
taking even an I -
Friday: No School F.E.A. loving memory of 'my beloved has been placed on the Dean'jList FLORIDA 1 100 YEARS AGO Union General Banks informs so deeply that it cannot be removed .
for academic excellence.The .
'Meeting. Aunt, Marie Thomas Kyritsi, Washington that "The people of without causing severe
who passed away March 6, 1961. letter further advised she the rebel States are in great want, injury to them are hook- '
; many
Published b Federal order to enlist Northern
Memorials treasures had received this honor by mak ]
are and their suffering is making a
ed inside in the that
gills, so
fire No steal ing an of 3.0 or more Negroes and the creation of a CORPORATION
one can average strong impression the
FLORIDA CIVIL WAR upon bleed death. Too
they to ,
"Negro Army. The Tallahassee 303 Atlantic Avenue
casualty Death is a heartacheNo while taking a course, load of at CENTENNIAL COMMISSION army and government, but espec-
paper says: "A portion of this one of them will thrash far more Fernandini Beach Florida
one can heal, least twelve semester, hours dur ially the state governments.The .
208 Valencia Avenue upon
automobileand ,
Some may forgetAs ing the fall term. army, we suppose is intended for planters are going to work in' your hand, making it difficultto Telephone 261-3681
Coral Gables 34, Florida the colonization unhook him carefully. ALSO FIVE OFFICES/
'time our
rolls on
"This is a distinguished record Edited by SAMUEL PROCTOR, with a good heart. The Negroes
State is to be invaded Where there legal size
But I will rememberNo going we are
and we at the university who are University of Florida returned to their plantations willingly
LIFE matter how long! supervising your, education, are would rather see the 'colored gentlemen' under the promise of protection
A Devoted Niece deeply gratified 'by.""iyour fine per- JACKSONVILLE ATTACKED come than the Yankees. of the army and compensation -1-
LindaA formance." The high prices of negroes in the for their labor, which is WE SPECIALIZE IN
I f Florida Events for South would
operate as a power-
almost universally assented to by
INSURANCE March, 1&63 I ful stimulant, and would incite the planters. The Abolitionists, Automatic Transmission Repairs
to unwonted exertionsto
March 1 Federal Rear Ad- jour army the Negroes, their partisans or
Buy your life insurance L miral S. F. ,DuPont reports the capture-not kill" -every mpth- leaders, and the planters are united Brake Rebuilding Wheel Alignment
er's of them. ,
,where you buy your fire, location of_the following Federal son in support of the orders 1 ,
casualty and auto insurance.We vessels in Florida waters: U.S.S.. D. B. Meginniss is the agent have issued. Large crops of sugar, '
offer a complete program nee Mohawk, Fernandina; U. S. for the Confederate governmentin cotton, and corn will be raised
of whole life family {fom ., steamers Norwich and Uncas in charge of purchasing cotton at this yeaf. With adequate military I
plans mortgage redemptionand {tee the St. Johns River. Tallahassee. Persons wishing to ,I and naval forces, the condition of Repair Facilities Are The Finest Best Equippedand

estate builders. I Federal Colonel Hawley at Fer- sell cotton will phase contact. him I I the Department would be entirely Most Modern In TownHARRELL'S

Service of Your Doctor of Medicine aJM r. Nr nandina is notified that a Con- I Th Florida Sentinel today publishes satisfactory."
WOOTENInsurance Your Florida Local Medical Medical Association.Society and the federate sidewheel steamer, the I ; another appeal by Govef. .I :March 8 *- A number of. Fed-
Barraso, .recently moved up tha I nor Milton to planters asking eral transports sailed from Port i ,
Agency THE PHYSICIAN: AN WANTED..the simple right to St. Mary's River and is now near them to grow more food stuffs. I.! Royal, S. C. today, with a force of a AUTO.SERVICE

CALL ELLEN SHANK IMPORTANT MEMBER dignity. Camp Pinkney. Supplied with The Governor says that the war Negro troops aboard, under com- South Eighth Street
O THE TEAM WANTED.jdrtigf..a, blanhtOI. hard coal, she is preparing to run is far from over. He also says mand of Colonel Thomas W. Hig-
261-5503 that Florida is the only Coiifed- ginson, for the St. Johns River "Your Raipbler
The medical care of athleteshas .the certainty! t thgj ornorrowthis! the, blockade according to the report
-I I been" improvingvitb the child of war WQctad Asia will Rear Admiral DuPont has erate state which has not yet ;limited I and Jacksonville.
: ( notified Lt Commander A. A. cotton acreage by law. He :! -- - -
years. Team physicians have a have a bowl of milk and a warm
II responsibility not only to treat meal. Hughes of the U. S. S. Mohawkat hopes that such legislation wil
I the injured player in a mannerto : Fernandina to watch out for not be necessary,
1 get him back into playas WANTED..your lietp to make the Barraso. He says that if ne- The Florida Sentinel endorsedthe
soon as possible but to protect this come true.
boat should
picket Governor's appeal to
1i him from getting injured. A cessary a. pa- grew
I careful physical examination anda GIVE through your church. Help trol the offshore area at night. crops such as corn,. peas, sugar
1 consideration of the history of provide the money.and materials March 2 To satisfy claims and similar provisions and sup !
past illnesses and injuries. are Church World Service sends over. against Joseph R. Nail, Sheriff plies rather than cotton. "The '
I considered necessary.,Vision and seas each year:to assist millions' Richard Sanders is today offering planting of a cotton crop with; Can Give -
1 1 hearing have a great deal to do to dignity, strength and a new for sale at the Tallahassee the prospects before us," the paper I :

IS ,with necessary the 'perfect In preventing coordination> .accidents way of life. .Gl\E. during! ONE Court, House door; "two slaves, says, "we should regard as a Your Child fi nA
} among athletes. GREAT HOUR OF SHARING AT Nancy and her child." public calamity so fatal ,in its

Team physicians can do muchto YOUR CHURCH.ON SUNDAY, Lt. .Commander Earl English of consequences, that it o.pht by all
Read the Carrier bookleton urge personal cleanliness and MARCH 24th. the U. residential air conditioning hygiene in the athlete for it is a the Indian River Inlet on the conquer ourselves, however, difficult
well known fact that athlete's -- -- Florida East this the find it. We '
Coast morning enemy may
in the March foot boils and carbuncles and die player usually feds this
are Lifetime. A
ordered an expedition inland to can contend with bayonets, and Tryout /1/fl/
common and disabling in athletic way too. ,tcam physician'sfirst .
issue of Reader's Digest. programs. The ideal arrangement I concern ,is %} ,.welfare of capture the Confederate schooner even with pestilence, but we cannot i
for high school ath- the injured athlete and his danger Florence Nightingale which was contend against famine. The In The Musical World
letics is to have a full-time trainer of being reinjured by returning loading cotton in Mosquito Inlet Sentinel wants public meetings !
regularly present in the athletic too soon to the'jrarae. near the town of New Symrna.The "called in every town, hamlet and i .
(!JI) area. This should be While physicians are not usu.
person Federal boat expedition consisted village throughout the state, and i e *
well informed on the preventionof ally experts on .athletic equipment '
of launch let planters pledge themselves ,
injuries and illnesses they do know the anatomic I' a two cutters, a
athletes and able to take among proper; parts to be protected' and can I I gig, and a crew of 41. As the one to another to plant no cotton." i AS LOW AS $5.00 PER MONTH
care of such athletes until they be of valuable help Iri selectingthe I Federals were moving up river If this is done, there will be no ,
L. B. Reese Plumbing are seen by the team physician. best equipment. The team they found that the Confederate need for legislation on the sub- : You can rent a musical instrument. After 3 months, if I l1'
One of the difficult decisionsa physician should" play an important schooner had been set afire. Shell- ject, the paper insists. j student wishes the instrument the
& Heating Co. team physician must make is position in the. game. ing the surrounding area, the March 4 The following property : to purchase new ,
when to to return permit an injured player Federals attempted to board the of the late Governor John rental will be applied to purchase price. w

1101 S. 8th Ph. 261-4892)) coaching staff is to anxious practice to, havethe The A thing of beauty sometimes vessel, but were met by shots I II Branch is being offered for sale r
,I player back with the team proves to be an expense forever."( from a party of some 25 to 30 at public auction today at his This rental plan affords students a n opportunity to

--- ,.. I men concealed in the bushes behind I plantation three miles north of ;
-- -
-- I a nearby embankment. Unable to Tallahassee: 4,000 bushels corn, : prove their ability and sincerjty in learning to play ,an
put out the fire, they watched the 15,000' Ibs. fodder, 21 mules and ;
I vessel sink in the river, and then horses, 30 large fat-meat hogs, instrument. .!J''
deciding that the 'objective of the 100 stock hogs, 7 yoke of oxen, I .

PASSBOOK LOANSON I expedition had been accomplished stock cattle, a lot of salt pork, I You Can Rent 5
I they returned to their ship. The cotton (part in seed), wagons, ;
engagement, according to the carts, blacksmiths' tools, and a II
Federals lasted about 20 minutes variety of farming vileashs.. Cornets Trumpets Trombones Saxophones -Drums And
and resulted in one killed and U. S. S. James S. Chambers today -

OUR, SAVINGS LOAN PLAN, YOU DON'T five wounded. It is believed that seized the blockade running I ,o' All Kinds of Brass and String Instruments
one Confederate was either killedor Spanish sloop Relampago and the i
wounded also. On their return schooner Ida. Both were run onto
WITHDRAW FROM YOUR SAVINGS.I. I I the Federal vessels were fired i the beach at Sanibel ,Island and 1 On Famous Makes I Easy TermsArranged t

upon again for about a half mile were destroyed. I
: by scattered sharpshooters concealed March 5 According to a notice -
.... : BORROW WHAT YOU NEED AT SV2 % along the banks. appearing in the Florida : 0--'

I '. The Confederates report this Home Journal, a knapsack and an Harmony Kay Gibson Danelcetro: S.u p r Sonala -

.: REPAY AT ONE TIME- same incident as follows: "Cap 8-inch pistol were lost recently j Renelli And Others ..
tain D. A. Martin (formerly of from the stage between Gaines-I
New Orleans ville ''and Mrs. Dunn's the road i
\ ) of Schooner Florence on i .
OR I IN I INSTALLMENTS'CL Nightingale, lying at New I to Ocala. A suitable reward will NEW AND USED INSTRUMENTS FOR SALE-

Symrna being made ready for sear be paid for their recovery.In ,.,'
.. '.. with a cargo of cotton, was attacked a letter to Federal Major e e'i'
by Gunboats and shelledfor General N. P. Banks, commandingthe
YOU GcT THE FULL AMOUNT OF YOUR LOAN some time without effect, during Department of the Gulf which OUR SERVICE INCLUDES
which time Captain M. ralliedhis includes West Florida, General H.I
crew and a number of teamsters W. Halleck writes that he fully i iI
Rentals Sales Service Supplies Equipment
: -
-, IMMEDIATELY. t' engaged in hauling cotton I approves of Banks' plans for Pen-
to his vessels, when barges were sacola. "The town itself, is a matter .
sent in to capture her. Approaching of very little importance to us, Give Your Child The Chance NowAt
d' twenty or thirty yards, and it would be useless to expose
: the Captain set fire to the anything more than a police force I
; : .: Schooner, and awaited the approach -I j I there. Such a force could be'withdrawn Little Cost ---Plus Option TV f Buy
\ SERVICE CHARGES ., If' of the Yankees. His men J I in case of any danger. On I II
., (opened upon them with terrific ''consultation with the Engineer I ti
; 4 I fire, killing 15 or 20 of the inen j i![ Office, I am satisfied that your I II zi

L and wounding as many more. The ;,,I line of defense mast be from Ft I
barges then made a retreat with Barrancas to the Redoubt" = The Bargain House
out firing a shot Captain M. 'March 6 = Federal Lt I. B. j
fernandina federal I
i ; Savings'i. jumped on board his vessel, pat ; Baxter, U. S. S. Gem of the Sea, I
out the fire, throwing overboard I II in a report to Key. West says that 1 16 North 4th Street
. i. ten or fifteen bags, and went to "The blockade running at this : ,
I sea with jib and foresail, his main- station (Indian River Inlet) is'I Behind Post Office tfext To

': And Loan Association :sail having been destroyed by the i about broken for the present; Western Union j ,I
fire, together with nearly all of there has not been a vessel run in'': .
his provisions. at either of the Inlets without being : PHONE 261-3932 FERNANDINA BEACH FLORIDA

I, Of f .'., March 3 ,In an editorial the captured since we came onj J'' : '
: Florida Sentinel discusses' the this station, and the only two) -----q'
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-l.eaaer! ; Fernandina Beach, Florida':" Thursday March 7,1963 Page SevenSports

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f'I | Offshore Fishing Club To Receive Aid .- .}- ,.. .. ,1 Football Season Looks Promising AsPirates

SlantsBY ':From Florida Board of Conservation r f News: of theryBOAT CLUBBY '. Plunge Into Spring Training

The recently-organized Fernan salt waters in offer
CURT GORDONThe dina Beach Offshore your area I The largest group ever to report Lonnie Schuman are working out
Fishing potentials for I
.. ] year- for spring football the
received'word practice at center position and the
I Club has from the round sports fishing.I .
checked in to Coach Warne Ben- three should haadle the job in
State High School Basketball : It is reported a Perry fan jumpeda Florida Board of Conservationthat am pleased that your group I :
ner two weeks And are taking fine fashion.
' Tournament, now underwayAt Kenny player and caused a they will lend all possible has adopted as its 'first project i -r CARSON :McKENDREE I' daily practice ago sessions -
the University of Florida gym near riot before order was re assistance to the formation of a establishment of two artificial ting familiar with the get- Butch Williams, big tackle will
in Gainesville, will ring down the stored.. fishing reef off the local coast. reefs. The artificial reefs have j i Benner system I be counted on to lead all cand{-
used by ,
curtain on the basketball season The reef, which will be located i, proved their worth in every area Commodore I dates for that position. Williams
Kasley Thomas of t eks. .
. If you have a friend that About sixty boys reported for will be one of the strongest tackles .
and make for baseball of the state in which they havei I
space on Orange Park is relatively close to shore, is the '
now a memberof the Fernandina Beach Boat Club, \ ants to. come, bring him fore the initial-practice, but this week i |in the Conference next
i sea
been 1 attaching
the Our Pirates fell constructed. am
sport pages. the Keystone Conference. first of two proposed reefs the this '
I 1 1I announces Friday is regular are always glad to have there were' about forty going son. Jerry Beard, Billy Miller,
last week when Palatka trounced copies of two fine art. I
club has chosen The very
Coach as projects.
school '
Larry Wesley's for
was I meeting members. guests.. I the
I through daily sessions. Kirby Hendrix, George Sheffield,
thenv the District Tournamentat ides artificial reefs which
in Voted reef is being located close in i on J
in i
and should so
recently be Meeting starts at 8
I I'I ( p.m. sharp, The Boat' Club has added two I Benner Danny Rowell, Bud Strickland,
has backs
: Starke so spring football that till trust will helpful to you. fourteen
good fish- prove
in provide
worthy opponents athletic I 'I I and Commodore Thomas promisesto more members to their roster I i I I
Young and David Bowers
tice and baseball practice has ; By a of this letter, I am seeking starting positions on the are
and chili copy
contest next season. They were ing for a man, his wife : i "turn you loose' in one hour." this month
past Sammy Say- ,, seeking call at tackle
taken the at the asking Director Research, I team. Danny Moore -as"out seek. a starting
our I
over dren without exposing
them) to
tough enough on the gridiron Make plans to be at this I '
ler Jr. who resides
your one. Belve:
-on George Beard
ing backfield but broke
: a ,
[)local high school. last the dangers they would encounter Robert M. Ingle, to arrange to spot
season. Serial important matters to dere Ave. and '
are Glenn Hughes fJ his and Kirby Hendrix, with
the along
I I leg during early sessions
ft give all possible technical
in a trip 8 to 1s. miles off you be' presented that require action
South 8th St.
1 assistance. I suggest that II 'I and will miss the remainder of Williams, make the Pirates strong
shore. you
Speaking of baseball reminds Valdosta State basketball team and the more members present, '
Our all-important the at the tackle spot.
that the Spring sessions Once the first reef 'Is successful contact Mr. Ingle directly the the Daytona praetice days. J
everyone entered the NAIA Basketball better meeting. I
Beach cruise will be Ned
Sincerely, a topic of Tyson, capable quarterback Curtis McCorsley is the leading
will soon begin here with the it is expected that the club
Tournament held
at Jacksonville I The meeting will be held in the discussion at this meeting. The from last year's candidate
Minnesota Twins Farm clubs tak ; will build a reef farther out for Randolph Hodges I I team, will at the guard position,
University on Monday night of club building at the Southeast date win be decided and to battle
Director on all have Benny Alvarez and followed by Red Forehand, Carl
the local the inveterate
ing training at baseball more anglers.
this week. For added publicity, a corner of the city' parking lot at plans will be made, .' if Richard Nobles for
the Rowe Ronnie
Our good friend. Phil How. i It is expected that the Off- RHsPrh 7011 starting Oliver, Mike Rice,
)park. group of boys from the school decided the foot of Atlantic Ave., about want to get in on the fun assignment next ,*
Attachments ; join season. Tommy Carter Duane Rowland,
General of the shore Fishing Club
Manager will'greatly
ser to dribble a basketball from 250 feet from the Welcome Sta : the Boat Club. Richard Schomas
cc: R. M. Ingle Ray Rowe, Mike Fiala and Ronnie Moore
CharlotteHornets, has arrived in stimulate fishing in tois area
cutxity fa get ready for,his squad I Valdosta to Jacksonyille. The by attracting out-of-coun- tion, just left of the 'railroad I See you Friday night, 8 p.m. Wayne Arnold Beryl Rice,. Barry Chip Wood, who played fullback
trip began last Sunday and Stuart "
I Rice, Randy Price, Buck Bibb last tnt
I Iessions. year, has been
to'' report for the initial practice ty fishermen to the fine coastal
Davis, local boy, of '
was one Basketball Tommy .lark, Robert Wright, to end and is blttlingtRTcuN',
Dallas-Fort Worthwill fishing here as well as increasing -
several jto take part in the "drib. .; NewsBY 1 'Mike Pikula, Mike Davis and
Williams, Uar'l.tblesa
oe here for the first time this I local activity in this field. Golfing Cit.y.EBowling. Joe Thrift ?
bUng :
trip" They to start
were I fil leve Beckett are the boys' out Jack ,Barniak, Raymond ,Rowland( !
the The of state assistance
year as they are now triple-A
with I
five basketballs each StatisticsName .
put and '
for the
backfield positions. Wayne and Charles Witt for a. !starting
of the Twins baseball from Randolph Hodges
team ,
organization )boy was to.dribble a quarter of' came WILLIE MATTSON League'BY : Arnold missed the football berth. '
director of the Board of
-V never a mile did before hear if being the relieved.trip was I Conservation. His letter to LtCol. Tg Ft F Tp .Holes-in-one looked easy Sun l la"st )'ear but is looking excePtionally At present the football situation *

Coach Wayne Behner is pleased I completed. Eber B.- Philips, who is a C. Corbett, Sen. 120 50 76 290 day for two gentlemen from Jack. II. B. .ELLli JR.,' gooo1 during the spring I looks promising for Fernan
with the workouts of his football member of the club's committee R. Sapp, Soph. 107 64 44 278R. sonville. Louis A. Tilka of 3738 framing. He is a candidate. for i din as capable group:of play

quad and he has some. promising The Seahorses local Independent in charge of locating ,the offshore Bennett, Sen. 67 30 34 1641.lHaslett I Drive East, playing in a WEEK. OF' 2.27 /ullbatik. Anderson j ers is working hard daily to be
prospects for the 1963 football i basketball team, won the sec reefs,' follows: S. Thomas, Sen. 62 32 49 156J. foursome with R. E. Hillyard, R. Total .Alan .C. y' ) ready for the 1963 season. '

campaign. He has a number of ond half of the Metropolitan Basketball Lt. Col. Eber B. Philips Crisp, Sen. 52 25 27 '129 I. Loftin, Jr., and Paul A. Noble, Team Standings. .W ; L Pins -
Route 1, Box 225 Joe :Thrift, Soph. 241132 59 aced on No. 9 about 12 noon witha .r'
Jett rmen, back for next 'year and League in Jacksonvillewith Orville' : 64. 24 f 62706 'T:
a nIce "group of hard workers a record of 12 victories and Fernandina Beach, Florida S. Beckett, Jun. 19 611 44 four iron. .Coming along just Hadden Lanes 54 H;. 33% G3851 1 ;. "MAR'CH14 JAX COLISEUM, '
I I Dear Colonel: D. Brazen, Sen. 18 619 42 thirty minutes later, Samuel Lei. Sandbar 51 Z.36 '' 62020'
seekin -a starting position on the only one loss. Bud Lewis and Al Tickets on Sole at Coliseum, 1145 E. Adams, '
team. Watching the group work an Kirk were two of the mainstays Congratulations upon the or- R. Sapp, Jun. ..4. 4 9 12 bowitz of 5750, Merrill Road, play. I, The Unknowns 34 54 60823': Or at Door Before Each Performance
makes us wonder if football sea- on the Seahorse team during ganization of the Fernandina Ted Steger, Jun. '4008 lag with A. L. Torin, John Bond Beach Bar. 32' 56 60081

son isn't coming in instead. of j the final two games Beach Offshore Fishing Club. W. Fowler, Sen. 0 6 2 C and Martin Holtrapple, witnessed Becker's Drugs 28 60 59298. Itlrt ,,,
baseball because the boys were "ft "fr if You certainly are right that the J. Kight, Sen. 2 0 3 4 by L. C. Shave of Callahan, aced High Team/ 3-Gamt's tx' t H rr,,

hitting and running real hard as The Fernandina Pirates will I J. Rylant, Sen. 0 212 2 No. 9 with a three iron. Congratulations Hadden Lanes 3122 f ABUIOUS '

if the first game was scheduled. open the 1963 baseball scheduleon Total 479 236 318 1194 boys.Tuesday Beach Bar 2909 YEAR!' ,
$oon. Thursday, March 28, here Bowlerettes I GAME SCORES March 5, the Fernan- Orville's 2862 c rte,
ttl -tl against Bishop Kenny. Fernandina 47 Macclenny 53 dina Beach Women's Golf Association High, Ind.' 3GamesF. ft SPECTACULAR sda

Perry won. the. pistrict basket* BY SHIRLEY JACKSON Fernandina 63 Clay 53 j entertained ladies from Bowen' 679: 11 and FUN-IJIIEO!
ball title Saturday night for The Football-Basketball Banquet WEEK OF MARCH 5 Fernandina 46 Live Oak 48 Lake' City and Jesup. Winners R. Hadden t : 649 O .
j Fernandina 58 Hilliard 68 from Lake City were Mrs., Frieda /, 'ti ( r
Croup 2, but at the time of this will be held Thursday nightat Total J. Suriano 631
writing there was a Question a* tohe the High ichopl cafeteria. Let- Teams W L Pins Fernandina, 69 .-- Orange Pk. -50 Hill 'Dtr( Joan Roundtree, Mrs. High, Team Game '' 1' '

( team being allowed to play ters will be awarded to the players Hadden Lanes 69 27 48448 Fernandina 43 Cross City 631 Dorothea Wolff and Mrs. Marie I Hadden Lanes' : 1101 ,. Y featuring
Fernandina Chiefland Kennon. Those awarded prizes r
56 -
Ui the State Tournament becauseof on the football and basketball Setzers 55 41 48473 I Sandbar 1005
a fight when Perry defeated teams as well 'as the cheer Hardee Bros. 43 53 47149'' Fernandina 41 Starke 451 from Jesup were Mrs. Ivor West, I Beach Bar 1001 .
leaders. Fernandina 46 Yulee 49 I Mrs. Geneva Thornton and Mrs. t, HOLIDAY LAND"f
Bishop Kenny last Friday night l Baileys 42 54 47435 !
: High Ind. Game1F. ee' 't "
Waas Drug 42 54' 47035' Fernandina 55 Live Oak 571 Sara Linton. >' i "EGYPTIAN TABTA srt
Beach Bar 37 59! 47080: Fernandina 68 Orange, Pk. -34 I I IFernanai Competing. for prizes from Fer- Bowen 251 t RHAPSODri
W. M. Walker
Hi Team Sipgle '58 '- P. K Yofcge 66 handing Beach were seventeen 237' Is' STRINGS"
Hadden Lanes 609 Fernandina 39 Santa Fe -= 35 I ladies in the 18 hole group andnine D. Roberts .231
Tom Davis Setzers 580 Fernandina 46 ,Macclenny ;-42 in the nine-hole group. High Scratch Bowlers) '$3.50 rows M7 Mar. 19.22, 8:00, P.M. '
577 Fernandina 58 Hilliard -. 62 Mrs. J, W fliers had low score R. Hadden "< .211-59? $2.50 rows 18-29 Mar 23, 8:45; Matinees: .
Baileys. F. Bowen $2.00 rows 30-33 Mar 23-24, 1 P.M..5 P.M.
Fernandina.51Green Cove-57 for the day with a 454186. Mrs. .221-58
: Hi Ind. Single Children under 12, half price, ot 5 P.M. Shows, Mar 2324Tickets1
Eleanor Flint 209 Fernandina 49 P. K. Yonge 52 Harry Poole had ,low, ,net score J. Beckett ;:500-555':
Photographer FLORIDA Gloria Hadden 200 Fernandina 64 Starke --51 with a 59-44-94, handicap, net I D. Anderson 187 527. May lie Reserved in Fernandina heath
PROFESSIONAL Callahan 60 Mattson had the C. Hodge 178 52?
Williamson Fernandina 55 64. Miss Lynda -
50 J, Suriano ? At Waas Drug Store' On Atlantic Avenue .
JH Team Three Fernandina 43 Baker [ longest drive on No. 10 fairwayand 2S
; PHONE 261-5486, Fernandina 52 -Yulee64 Mrs. Thomas G. Hall, Jr. was J. Barniak ,194-516
Hadden ,Lanes 1691 ... .. ,
Fe 43' No 17 ----- .
Setzers 1626 Fernandina 39 Santa j the closest; \Jo the flagon *,, -- -1
1 Fernandina 48 Palatka 63 '
OAt 402 S. 17 Street Baileys 1561 green. -
Located Hi Ind. Three Fernandina Total Points j Of the nine-hole 'players, :Mrs.

Eleanor Flint 541 1194 51.9 per game I Thomas Shave was low gross
Beach Florida
Patsy Cottle 506 Opponents with a 42: 'Low net was tied by:
I Velma Hodge 489 1216 52.9 per game Miss Katherine Whitney'with ai j

56-17-39, and ., .Mrs.-{ Thomas, G.. 0'.
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:=; : KAC Bowling LeagueBY Hall, Jr. with; 511239.Sebring :

'-I I' I 'Inspect,' f 4
Continues I Ij. ,
t Total j. ,

Team Standings W L Pins As One of World's Equipment, -,
I Bombers 55 33 57207 I '
"JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWtBEAHES" Mixers 43 45 55844 Available I CAR SERVlCEIlpK

I Murray'i Store .. 42 46 56131 Top Racing Events -I
Paper Mill 39 49 53461

High Team, 3-Games 2931 SEBRING FLORIDA -. The i
Directory Furnished By These Merchants and Business MenGeorge's Paper Mill internationally famous Sebring 12''

,Murray Bombers'High Store, Ind. 3-Games. .. 2783 2823 ,I ning HOUR here ENDURANCE in Sebring RACE, Florida'run, Low Prices :On Brake Reigning

1A FLORIDA'SFIRST Suburban, C. Hodge ,' 6811 I( Saturday March 23rd once again
in automotive
630 takes the spotlight -
B. Tucker '
I racjng ,world. Each year, *lifef* *
Machine Shop ? GOLF COURSE Shore Gas Co. J. Lynn Team. Game' 612 :i new awards and distinctions have ,
High, .
EXCELLENT ALL II Mill 1039 i j I j i placed the Sebring, classic highl BRAKE APJUSTMfpf
27 N. 2nd SU SERVING Paper !''above any other race m the Un-
!I 18-HOLE YOUR NEEDS IN Bombers 988Iurray's j''ited in similar
States and races
Machine Work 961 1"1"I
LINKSTIDES LP GAS AND High Store, Ind. Game- i throughout the.world.'. AND WHEEL BALANCE

Welding, Brazing' GAS APPLIANCES J. Lynn 250 So, with the 1963 running of iI j ji j jI
Marine 7 South 7th St. 243 i I this joad racing spectacle, e !
Repairs H. Wilson . ,. ..

Special! Service Trawlers To I ..... Phone' 2G1.3G61: > ,i C. Hodge High 'Scratch." ,Borers, ; -* 239, i\'firmation once ganizer again' Ale forwarded moves UlmamT_ahead to,from with race{> ing'l or-Ir:, '| : i:1i: t;;:" :":i! -2k' ; ;tr .

Shrimp ; C. Hodge V: : I 1 '
All Work Guaranteed... T. H. KING I, S, Bohannon 195545H. |j' the Hpbert Commission Schroeder. Sportive, Secretary Interns ofj i; '

Open 8. :a.m to 5 p.m. at JETTIES Wilson 222-544 14( A
tionale of the F.I.A. (world gov.ierning i .N
Monday Thru Saturday PHOTO. SHOP J. Lynn 222528J. body of automotive rac- l 4
Add 30 Minute For Williamson 186-5251 i '.
Phone Day 26U711 Roll Processing 187507R. ing) that the 1963 Sebring 12 C:
Night 2SMMI Fcrnandina Harbor Developing & Printing B.. Hadden Tucker ._ 176-505 Hour of Endurance has been designated ., .: ,
Kodak Film as one of the two or > : s

UIGlt( LOWFriday Photo SuppliesMovieColored three long distance road racing. .7. .. .' S ,,
& Regular Soil events of the world eligible to receive
Conservationi :
"March 8 Weddings i I triplicate points towai 4s 'j ; : ''y
the coveted F.I.A, world championshiP ':f
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7:11: a.m. 12:57: a.m. ( .
Portraits by Appointment Only The Nassau Soil Conservation' trophies to manufactur ,
Complete Line of 7A9:: p.m. 1:26: p.m. Studios At 504 Ash St. II District is sponsoring a public ers. :! ff' ANY'j;''

Mercury Parts Saturday; March 9 Phone 261-4586 ,.speaking contest for high school Small wonder thai the cream i iII w.a.,.I As /S'yk
i students on conservation: Dick i of the world's fastest cars and I ..f'1.
751 h.tn. 1:41 a.m. Cassidy, SCD Supervisor and pro II' champion drivers will be here on :// BRAKE ADJUSTMENT
8:17 p.m': 2:07: p.m. ject chairman, announced today. I Saturday March 23 for the 12 >;- 'r
The contest, open to boys and i i hours of car and driver punishing t ;- 9p We brakes
Sunday March 10 &, adjust
of Nassau County, offers Sebring.
girls that
hours are
(t : all 4 wheels
LASSERRE 8:27: a.m. 2:22 a.m. KITCHENS $15.00 to the first place winner, ;' International timing equipment]rI '. on
MOTOR CO. 85J| 1 n.m. zc94 p.m. $$10.00 second place and $5.00 !I 1 will start the over 1000 mile race j and add brake
third place. The winner will be sharp at 10:00 A.M. Saturday 1\ fluid if necessary-
S. 8th St. Ph. 261-3819 Monday, March 11 ElectricalContractor expected to compete in an area I I March 23. Avoid any delay, ,write repack front wheel
9:00: a.m. 3:03: a.m. contest at.Green Cove Springs, 'I'Automotive Racing Club of Florida I 3 1 bearings

9:22: p.m. 3:20: p.m. May 7, for additional prize P. 0. Box 71, Sebring, Florida j
F' money. i for your tickets now.L .
Going Fishing Tuesday, March 12 Phones Subject of the speech will be I I i-" '

Us For 9:33: a.m. 3:41: a.m. 261-5194{ or 261.4379Visit CES DEVELOPMENT THROUGH SMALL OF RESOUR-WAT 1 L Try A Classified ,. : 1tt' WHEEL BALANCE 7 -

9:54 p.m. 3:54 p.m. ERSHEDS. The county eliminations -..
Complete Line Of will be held at the Hilliard : ., 'i'f'1 Precision balance
Fishing Tackle Wednesday, March 13 Shoes For Men I Rotary Club April 22. !.:.... :. 1, both frontwheelsNo

t Rods t Reek 10:05: a.m, 4:18: a.m. I Contest announcements with tiE' >' '.,. #";/ ,
10:26: p.m. 4:28 p.m. REPAIRS WHILE complete details have been deliv- : BULK SEED 1'3'
Outdoor Camping ered to the county high schools. extra charge *
Equipment Thursday, March 14 f YOU: WAIT Reid Powell, SCS t for weights Vr

JQ:38: a.m. 4:57: a.m. I ] i POTATOES'FERTILIZER ..O'I.

FIRESTONE I 11:01 p.m... _..._.. .5:04 p.m. Shoe Hospital I : : ; ff '1

BEACH SUPPLY Tides Courtesy Dozier b Gay I II 1 ;{hjtJi.j'I .. ...1..>.t.> .lfM. y.'1t. \, ; **;Jtor:: : months.. .. to. ,/1.-
112 Atlantic Are 26H4S2 9 North 4th : ." .M r.A
Otit Street Gloss ::: : /1:
& Geodetic High rJ... : ?:
Surrey '
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FUN. IN- THE SUN I M Colors 1'h I II, Vi re'$10- t Beach Supply

t -' AT FERNANDINA BEACH 9: I $5.00 Gal. II I I Ii


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,.. Eight News-Leader, Fernandina Beach Florida Thursday March 7, 1963 ,

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1 1 : A( ? Hams 4 LB.CAN $199. ';, \i 1 .::

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II WORKING DILIGENTLY for the restoration of historical sites on Amelia Island, are .t (.
members and officers of the General Duncan Lament. Clinch Historical Society. Taking } l c\ Steaks 3 LB.BOX$199 --
office at tht February meeting of the Society are, front row, from left, Mrs. Jay Q.':
II Bartels, president' ; L. A. Ferreira, ,'ice.pre:; dent; Mrs. Etert Elvin, recording secretary j -
; and Miss Alma Shuffleberger, corresponding secretary. Ira Hall, treasurer, was jij! ,T x W-D EXTRA LEAN FRESH GROUND : : ,
I not'present. Standing from left are, Bill Webb, Evert Elvin, Thomas G. Hall, who was 4< Tr
also guest speaker for the installation meeting, Gil Becker, Superintendent of Fort '' B f 5 LB. PKG.5199
: Clinch State Park, Wayne McJunkin, Jay Bartels, Mrs. I. W. Hardee Jr., and John T. ee ,
Ferreira. ,' .
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I Historical Society Ads For Restoration 7 ., a ;7,t% 'r Pizza Pie 591' :..

: $ L/! ,. ', I

; : Of Historic Fo.rt S n Carlos In Old Town 4 3; I-fr, \ Beef REG 39c 3 FOR $1. :, :,

/ ..- BY DE13E BAUTELS: ,I historical research. This means support of the local historical so- S4' *}" Regular 69f COPELAND SMOKED LINK ''111

Flags may wave once more I work by a professional historian :iety and FSU extension division, '
over Ft San Carlos. The wooden with unlimited access to the vas ith special credit and thanks toDr. \ ,,, r.wf SausagelB.59? :,
of information Smith, interest .rw
and coquina fort, once vitally sources covering! in the .
strategic to the Spanish conquest the period or area being ,restored. rea makes it possible for the
tf the New World, may be reconstructed The historian studies journals ,I ;ourse to be held here. I TASTE 0' ( ) IIII
J as a present marker i ir diaries, personal correspondence; Arrangements are being madet :
along the trail of man's history everything that might give ac this time for a' professional S dl.Fish 3 LBs.$1. .,
I that, leads through Fernandina I curate description of the buildingto listorical research to.be made of S 0 .
and Amelia ,Island. Historical restoration be restored. Amelia Island, with emphasis on .. .
S, of Ft. San Carlos on the The third step is the actual rebuilding the Spanish occupation and the '.
Plaza at Old Town ia eminently from the excavation and 31. San Carlos period. FRESH PORK LOIN ((7-RIB CUT RIB END) .
: possible if we act now. I drawings of the archaeologist and This leaves only the job of re- [ SMALL 5-7 L B. SMOKED .
I '"THere are three important I research data of the historian; a building. It is hoped that the Florida .:.
: stages in historical restoration: I building as exact a duplicate of State Park Service will take Roast LB. 33 1 .... .
/ The first, after location of the the original as possible and on up this job of rebuilding and S
sjte is: the "archaeological dig" i the location of the original. This maintaining Ft. San Carlos as a
This, consists of a qualified and is the type of restoration commonly permanent and important historical FRESH PORK LOIN ((9-INCH CUT LOIN END) ,. ;
recognized archaeologist and a being practiced in St. memorial and that the citizens
crew of trained assistants, plus Augustine, WilLaimsburg, and Ft. and civic groups of Fernandinawill I'
their equipment. It costs from Frederica.The make this a combined community Roast 1 LB. 39, : :
S $2,000 to $5,000 for a dig of this first step is very kindly effort by writing lettersto .. : 'R
: sort.,: The result of a successful being taken care of by Dr. Hale the State Park Board of Directors -
dig is a working plan for restoration I G. Smith, FSU, Tallahassee, who, Tallahassee, to their senators FRESH PORK (CENTER CUT) -a .;
of the ancient building or with his class, will start the act. ; and representatives, request
buildings that are being excavate :ual "archaeological dig" April ing that the State Park Serviceset
ed.The 29th of this year. This will be aside funds for the completionof Chops LB. 691 (Whole). LB.
second of the th l'C steps is done with the cooperation and Ft. San Carlos Restoration
-- Project. . wit..MAYONNAISE

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k.r James Q. Harris M W h! 71 STAMPb. rs

; In Recruit TrainingAt 50 Free WC Green Stamps &- 50 Free SM: Green Stamps DEEP SOUTH KRAFT W. ",7R, P

) James Q. Harris, 17, son Pan-Red! : Oysters i i Lee's Chopped Steaks QT. i ftt QT. 391 w,w,.
of Mrs M, B. Fullwood of South r GOOD THRU
14th St., Fernandina Beach, Fla., I ANY WINN-DIXIE ANY WINN DIXIE GRE.A
,s undergoing nine weeks of basic' 21 22 Limit one with $5.00 or more food order STAE/I a
;; recruit training at the Naval II w mmmm J
Training Center, Great Lakes, Ill. ; /
The indoctrination to Navy life M r11'' I d p' ,
began early in February. It con I r cj r "" GREEA
sists of physical fitness drills, c. 50 Free &tf Green Stamps
military drills, seamanship, basicmilitary 50 Free 2?(" Green StampsWITH 50 Free 3&C Green Stamps WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF wEGI.E ,
/ law, customs and eti- I'
of the naval service, swimming
quette S I I
ONE 24-oz. JAR DEEP SOUTH ONE 24-OZ.JAR DEEP SOUTH =a Health & Beauty Aids 4RELA
and survival,' and first aid. STAMP!
k During the training, recruits Strawberry Preserves Peanut Butter GOOD THRU MARCH ITH ..
1 AIN receive tests and interviews which GOOD THRU MARCH ITH COOO THRU MARCH 9TH AT ANY WINN-DIXIE wEGl l
s determine future training and assignments AT ANY WINN-DIXIE ? AT ANY WINN-DIXIE 25ow. d A
r in ,the Navy 23 .., 24 d --.
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Pvt. Jimmy Barker, GOLD MEDAL Limit } with $5.00 food order. 11
FLORIDA MORTON FROZEN Chicken, Beef, Turkey '
Completes 16-Week Flour 5 LB. BAG 3 9/ ,
Ml IS A NATURAL 'd.Detergent .
Stenography :
Pot Pies 51. Save 11* BLUE WHITE ARROW
.. As natural as the wholesome grains and tangy hops from BENJAMIN HARRISON ,
48x ,
which it is brewed, beer is Florida's traditional beverage of IND. (AHTNC) Army GT. "
moderation..,light, sparkling, delicious. Pvt. Jimmy C. Barker, son of Mr,
And naturally, Florida's Brewing Industry is proud to be a and Mrs. Carl J. Barker, '913 MORTON FROZEN Apple, Cherry, Peach, CoconutFruit Save 3'/j< a Con STANDARD

major purchaser of Florida products and raw materials. For .Stanley Dr., recently completed a10ieek Tomatoes303CAN9 "1
; stenography course at
example the Brewing Industry is responsible for millions of Pies.
The Adjutant Gen ral's School, 31.
dollars paid annually to Florida farmers for pulpwood to be Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind. Save 8* EocTi DOLE HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE '
made Into cardboard boxes and cartons. Millions more are Barker entered 'the in $ .
4 1
= spent for other Florida materials and services. In Florida, August 1962 and received basic Juice. 46-cANs
beer belongs.enjoy It. FRESH, TENDER YOUNG "
training at Fort Jackson, S. C.
Save '10; Each < VAN CAMP (112-oz.l)

:.qr UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. :: nandina He is Beach a 19G2 High N graduate School.of Fer Pole I Beans 2 L 29 Comed Beef CAN 1. :'

4' FLORIDA DIVISION 1 Save 9f Each THRIFTY MAID Pineopple-Gr'fruit "
.. : Trade At Home S
-- --- -- ----- i iot'rzris SUPERBRAND MediumEGGS P-Cj DRINK 546'oz.CANS jf T

-I Save It Each ASTOR BARTLETT '11' ,

; SATURDAY, MARCH 9 S 2 8 SiJPears o0 5 303 CANS $1.

-:- DOZ. CAMP PORK & j' "

: leans. 8 300 CANS 1. .

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.w FURNISHED APT. % block from I PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE ship, along 'with the, professionsthey Social security leaflet 23c is

Post Office, electric kitchen: I UNDER FICTITIOUS .A .5 avow: for persons 65 or over, still '\vork
: WANT AD RATES private entrance. Phone 2G1- I Notice is hereby given that the undersigned = Senators: Charley E. Johns ing, who haven't filed for-.social

: .O5perword-i5mlnlmuxn 4341 or 2615186. tic pursuant to "Fictitious security benefits. Write today!
Name Statute" House Bill No. 1175, Capitol LetterBY (chairman), Starke, owner of .
: Card of Thanks Resolutions Chapter No. 20933. Laws of Florida. \L insurance agency and bank; liar. Don't delayl I
ALEXANDER APTS 1941. will register with the Clerk of II I
and Similar Notice
MODERN, FURNISHED APT, the Circuit Court in and for Nassau JERRY MOCK ry Stratton, Callahan, insurance

: .03 per .word $1.00 minimum 337 N. Fletcher, No.2. Hot County.publication Florida of upon this receipt notice of the proofof fie agent; Clyde Galloway, J;>eFuniak -

Cal 261.3686 or 261.3687 furnished month TALLAHASSEE Sometimesin Springs, insurance agent; C. :
water $55 titious name to-wit: :
Jerry's Draperies and Slip Covers .-:!::: : : ,,:, :: W. Young St. Petersburg insurance "SEE C. B.'Pete' :
: or place ad at office year round. Apply Apt. 1. Ph. Under which I am engaged in government business, it is difficult -!
261-3114. tie agent; S. D. Clarke, attorney -
business.I to determine who: looks out
: 511
Ash Street
in business South and banker E. William Gau-1
I engaged on
.. I for the public interest, in other ; INGRAM"FOR

,. NEWLY DECORATED aptVitti.. 8th'That Street the Fernandina only party Beach.interested Fla. in> words, you and me. tier, New Smyrna Beach, attorney -,

.. garage, $30 month. Apply 111S. i said business enterprise is Geraldine ; Edwin G. Fraser Slacclen- ,
FOR SALE 5th St. tic I Rowland. True enough, pressure broughtto ''
: i Scott
I I 4t 2 14, 21, 28, 3.7 bear through public outcry ny, nurseryman; Kelly,
FIVE ROOM HOUSE for rent. I often brings remedial action. contractor, owns insurance agency Life Insurance

:PORTABLE-2 BURNER oil heat. 523 S. 7th St. Also, furnished PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE Groups which control certain ; Verje Pope, St. Augustine, insurance I Retirement Income-

w er. Bargain at $15. Shiell's apt. for rent. Phone 261-3806.( UNDER FICTITIOUS free enterprise are governedsome real estate; John E.I' .

: Swap Shop, 511 South 8th St. M7c NAME LAW what by that free enter-, Mathews, Jacksonville, attorney. I Health & Accident ,
Phone Notice is hereby given that the undersigned '
.. 261-4572. pursuant to "Fictitious prise, through such axioms as Representatives: George And Hospitalization
FURNISHED APT. close in. Apply Name Statute" House Bill No. 1175 .
that of and demand. vice Monticel-'
chairman Medical
: USED PIANO, good condition. I Chapter No. 20953. Laws of Florida supply !' erson ( ), Major
202 Citrona Dr. Phone 261-
1941, will register with the Clerk of But the interest often
Phone I public lo insurance real estate Ralph IncomeL.
M7c 1 I 4227. tic the Circuit Court in and for Nassau ; Disability Monthly
I dims the vested interest
Florida of proofof as you see -
: I i j County upon receipt Turlington, Gainesville, insurance -
ONE 1962 publication of this notice the fictitious at work. Take for instance
THREE ROOM furn. apt. 407 I I .
to-wit Fred
name : C. Arnngton
: 2 door Delux, 9 months oldtex- Cedar. Phone 261-5836. tic Morris and Payne RtAL -ciii the'state' 'House and Senate Insurance agent; ... -

III cellent co 'dition. My equity Auto Body and Paint Shop i ESTATE 'Committees which cur Havana, auto' dealer, insurance; INSURANCEPhone

: $150 and take up payments McCRANIE APTS i j{: business.Under which we are' engaged in o I 1 rently are working out legisla- J. J. Griffin, St. Cloud, insurance -I

: $47.12 per month. Phone 261. 2 FURNISHED APTS. Utilities, ]]I, We are engaged in business on t -.q'b tion for the, coming session. I of commercial i 261.5269, ..
owner -
I I South 8th Street, at Five Point! Fer- properties
3775. tfc hot water washing machine i \ 1 This 24-man i includes 12 .
: nandina Beach. Fla. \ I group ; Leo C. Jones, Panama I '
I I $8.75, and $11.25 week. I)I I That the only parties ipterested in i I 'insurance men and seven attor- .

: FIVE BEDROOM, modern home, Monthly rate cheaper. Private said Morris business and Willie enterprise Payne.4t are E. J. s.R S I neys. Many'attorneys sell insur- City, attorney; George Hollahan, '

.. near high school, on large lot baths. Also, beach rfntal '.-Call 2 28, 3.7, 14, 21 $ WELL THIS ISrtt GOING" ,j lance for instance, a title pol- : Jr., Miami, attorney; A. H. Craig, !

: with fruit trees. Big utility W. I. McCranie, 261- 642. If1 i I TO* TAKE S i i icy on rear estate. Many also re- St. Augustine, inortician; :Tom RADIO SCHOOL

.a., house. FHA mortgage, or can no answer, call 261-9035, Mrs. I PUBLIC NOTICE ALL MORNING 15 IT ? I present insurance companies in Slade, Jacksonville, LP gas; "

be refinanced. 208 South 17th Long. tfc I NOTICE TO CREDITORS I lawsuits., On, the face of it, some i Lawton M.' Chiles Jr., Lakeland, : For Future?
E St Phone 2615470. ILORIDA STATUTES attorney; I Art Karst, Vero
I I LV THE COURT OF TIlE COUNTY difficulty exists in determininghow I

NICE DOWNSTAIRS furnished JUDGE, NASSAU COUNTY, FLOR. the public' interest is Beach, citrus grower; C. E. Russell -I Amateur Operators
Petersburg attorney ,
apt private entrance. 1306 re: Estate of tected on these committees ; *
: Cove
Atlantic Ave. Ph. L. R. CIIIRCH, Deceased. I II 'S Here is a list of the member- Bobby Buss, Crawfordville, pulp-
Gregor and Ohio Aves. Curbs 2614835.tic I'I To All Creditors and Persons Marine CJUSCERD1VISIOS City Commission of the City of I wood dealer\ Wilbur Boyd Palmetto COURSE IN
I !I Claims or Demands Against Said Es I LV THE MATTER OF A TRUST.I Fernanama Beach Honda, will receive ;
: gutter and on city sewer. j' tate. ,1 AGREEMENT MADE ISETUEEV sealed bids for the furnishing of PUBLIC NOTICE insurance and real estate; I LAB INSTRUCTIONAND

m $4,000. Phone 261-4851 after DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT I You and each of you are hereby notified I JOHN A. CALhOUN AND TilE Ten ((10)) Eighty ((80') foot Class One and John R. Broxson, Milton insurance I THEORY
5 : and required to present any ROYAL TRUST COMPANY, DATED ((1)) Utility Poles and Seven ((7)) Fifty NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUSNAME ,
: p.m.CONN Unfurnished. Corner of 4th and claims and demands which you or I APRIL .15, 1924, '(sly?) Class One C) Utility Poles for LAW and real estate. *
.i either of you, may have against the and the Fernandina Beach Ball Park. Specifications -
N MINUET ORGAN 2 Calhoun Street, across street estate of L. R. Church deceased late I I IN THE MATTER OF AN APPUCA- and details thereof are on Notice is'hereby given that the undersigned The insurance committee is not Those Interested Arc, touted .
.. from school (St. Joseph's Academy of said County to the County Judgeof TION OF TIlE SAID TilE ROYAL file at the City Hall, Fernandina pursuara to Fictitious the only legislative committee
years old $1700 when new, sac Nassau County Florida at his office TRUST COMPAN FOR DIRE: peach, Florida. Name Statute" House Bill No. 1175, To Meet
: rifice for 1200. Phone 261-3343. ). Phone 261-4200 or 261- in the court house of said County T10NS CONCERNING THE INTERPRETATION 3 Bids shall be returnable on or be- Chapter No. 20953 Laws of Florida, : where this situation exists. But Monday,

3800. tIc 'at Fernandina Beach, Florida, with I OF THE SAID TRUST'.' W 7:30 P. M on March 13. 1941. will register with the Clerk ot it certainly is a good example of March 11, At 7:00: I\M,
tIc in six calendar months from the time AGREEMENT I9C3 and the City Commission reserves the Circuit Court in and for Nassau I
of the first publication of this notice. 'I LET ELEANORE (BOGART) DA. the, right to reject any or all bids and County Florida upon receiut of proofof how closely a vested interest can Appliance Sales &
DALMATION PUPPIES cute FURNISHED AP ON Two copies of each claim or demand VIDLON. of the City of Victoria;. 1.1' accept the bid which in the publication of this notice, the fictitious : be tied with the legislature."Like .

: as a speckled See at Phone 261-4944. after 2:30 shall be in writing and shall state British Columbia, RACHAEL V BOI;.: opinion of said City Commission is in name, towifNassau
pup tic.i the place of residence and post office ART, of the said City of .Victoria; i the best interest of said City of Fer- Farm Supply Service
.. Bean's, 141 N. 15th. tic p.m. : address of the claimant, his agent or MARY PEARL BOGART, widow of I Jiandina Reach, vijriua.J Under which we are engaged in Aunt Emma's fragile

0I. ______________________ attorney and accompanied by a filing Charles Francis Bogart and Executrixof ., '*J. CLAYTON SANDERS business.We chinaware about the to 113 Atlantic Avenue
i UNfurnishedapt fee of one dollar and such claimor cting City Auditor and Clerk are engaged in business on only way I S
: BUY A HOMESITE on the Nas- FURNISHED OR I any his estate, of the City of Vancouver, : I *
demand not so filed shall be void. British Columbia and FRANK (JIB- 8JrCity of Fernandina Beach, Florida State Road 200, West of Yulee Flor keep from breaking New Year's
: san River Beautiful 'high upper or lower. 432 N. 3, I RUBY OPAL CHURCHAs soil Executor of the Last Will and I It 3-7 ida.That resolutions is to them I For Further InformationCall
and dry lots at Nassauville. phone 261-4945 after 5. executor of the Last Will and Testament of Ruby Knight Bogart. the only parties interested in put away ...
Testament of L. R. Church. de widow of John A. C. Logart of paf.atka PUBLIC NOTICE said business enterprise are Kenneth i and never use them." Ron L.I 261-5801
: Others with waterfront M14p Claxton and William Korde. Jr.
privil.s0 ceased. Florida, within thirty ((30)) dajsafter 1
I 4t 3.7, 14. 21, 28 I Coffman; Grove City ((0.) Record.
eges. Small down payment the service of this Sommons on ., NOTICE FOR BIDS
: Terms to suit. Phone Francis FRESHLY PAINTED Attorney for Executrix them. inclusive of the day of suet NOTICE. is hereby that theBoard "
11 North Fourth Street
a Ellis, POpular 5-2661M Jacksoiville. TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED Fernandina Beach. Florida. entered service, for cause them an and appearance each of to th ftp&l', of Hospital Trustees will of accept Hamphrejs bids until Memcml I NOW SEE WHATfc NEW AT YOUR CHEVROLET-DEALER'S I
14 1963
First February ,
apt., private entrance. 421 N. publication I to the Summons which is issued on I
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i/e. tfcTWO 4t 2.14. 21, 28. 3-7 the application of The Royal TriM :00 AM, March 21. 1963 for the.
,1 3rd. furmshing of one FLAME PHOTO-

: LARGE SHADED LOTS a\ Amelia PUBLIC NOTICE I Agreement Company, made Trustee between under John a Trust A. be obtained from otfice
r: 100 X 145. $10 down $10 BEDROOM apt upstairs, LV TilE COURT OF THE QOUNT1' Caihoun, now deceased, and it, the tte may Administrator. All bids must be 01 them! Four entirely different kinds of cars ing wheel that positions right where you

per month. Call Howard Hammond furnished. All electric kitchen. JUDGE, NASSAU COUNTY, JLOR- the said 15th The day Royal of Trust April.Company 1924 for, dated the sealed, clearly marked and filed to choose from, including bucket-seat convertibles want it. B The new Chevy II Nova S3
with the Administrator the
t 2613733. t': Phone 261-5269 or 261-3230. tfc NO.IDA, 201 LV PROBATE I oeieiminatiun of tile following ,questions ..-., tm\e, allowed The Board reserves the and coupes. And most everyone has its own brand of excitement. Likewisethe

ID re: Estate of namely; right to,reject aay; and all brd;. can be matched with such sports-car type turbo-supercharged rear-engine C mir
(a) Whether, under the true construction I I DATED THIS 26TH I DAY OF FEBRUARY I
furnished including TV Deceased. of the Trust Agreement I I 1963' features as 4-speed stick or Powerglide Monza Spyder and the all-new Corvette
and lower cabinets, drawers and dated April 15. 1924, made between C. W Brandies. Chairman
transmission Positraction tachometer
Phone 2613118. tIc NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo John A. Calhoun deceased, Lie of I i Board of Trustees: J high Sting Rays. Just decide how sporty you

t enamel top work area. Special Having All Creditors Claims or and demands All Person Against: the City of Baltimore in the State of I Humphreys Memorial! Ho&ptal performance engines, you name it. H If you want to get, then pick your equipment and .
I price, $15. Used baby bed with Mar 'land, United States pf America, 2t 228 37
TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED Said Estate: > want your spice plus the luxuries, a full- power-up to 425 hp in the Chevrolet SS
John A.
and the Trustee, did the ,
i new mattress $16. Shiell'sSwap
: I apt on beach, year round $60 You and each of you are hereby C. Bogart and the Sold Charles Fran I PUBLIC sized family car, try the Chevrolet Impala including the popular Turbo-Fire 409 with
Shop, 511 South 8th St. notified and required to present any NOTICE
Howard Hammond 261- cis Bogart take a vested interest, not I
Phone "2614572. mo. claims and demands which you. or liable to be divested in the event that SS. It's one of the smoothest road runners 340 hp for smooth, responsive handlint

C 3733. tic either Estate of of you.Caroline may have Long.against Deceased the, they or either of them predeceasedthe NOTICE TO CREDITORS that ever teamed'up with a pair of bucket in city traffic. Optional extra cost
Henrietta A. and did FLORIDA STATUTESIN
said Bogart
TWO NEW BRICK three bed.
late of Nassau Florida, to
SMALL UNFURNISHED house County. not leave a child each surviving in TIlE COURT OF TilE COUNTY
: room, den, 1% bath homes, 150 the Honorable J. E. Weataeiford. C-un-I the capital and accumulations of the JUDGE, NASSAUI COUNTY, 1LOR-
for, rent. 1310 Franklin St. Call i ty Judge of Nassau County, County
said fluids the death of the
trust on
a foot frontage. $l1V50 with
$500 I
& .1-5277( for further in.formation.J| Courthouse in Fernandina Beach. Nassau said John A. Calhoun?: In re: Estate of 1
r FHA or VA. I; County, Florida, within six months (b) If the last preceding question Is JANME F TAILOR, Deceased.To .
t -r'I. tIc1 I from the date of the first .publicationof : answered in the affirmative did the All Creditors and Persons havingClaims
this notice. widow of the said John A. C Bogart or Demands Against Said C&- _- i T -
ATTENTION VETS Nice 3 bed. TWO BEDROOM downstairs I Each claim or demand must be in he having died interstate and witnoit tate: I -

E room home just outside town. furnished apt. Year round. $55.1' writing residence and and must post state office the address place of of leaving with the lawful interest issue in the become said vested trust notJied You and and each required of you to present are hereby any I

L- Chain link fence. $8,400, $400 126 S. Fletcher. Phone 261-3138 ( the claimant and must be sworn to fund to which the said John A. C Bogart claims and demands which you. or I
down, $55 month. tfc. by the claimant. his agent, or his attorney would have been entitled had he either of you. may have against.the
or it will become void according survived his mother, the said Hen estate of JANNIE F. TAYLOR deceased .
John T. Ferrriri & Son't to law. A. ? late of said County, to the :
netta Bogart :
508 Atlantic Are. Phone 261-5571 J Jt TWO BEDROOM unfurnished Each creditor shall deliver sufficient -I '(c) If question (a) is answered in County Judge of Nassau County, Florida I I
house. copies of his claim to enable the the affirmative did the widow of the at his office in the court house of
t County Judge to mall one to each she "be said County at Fernandina Beach: I I
: said Charles Francis Bogart.
16 FT. GLASPAR fiber-glass oft ..
personalrepresentative. ing the Executrix of his Last Will and Florida within six calendar months
t boat, 75 h.p. Johnson, electric TWO ROOM funushed apartment Dated February 20 A. D. 1983 BANK I testament and the sjle Denslicurv from the time of the first publicationof I
THE IARNETT NATIONAL this notice. Each claim or demand
vested with the
: become
starter, trailer. Excellent condition OF JACKSONVILLE, as Executorof interest thereunder in the said trust fund to shall be in writing and shall state
p's $1195 complete. Phone H. F. SAHUIAN the Last Will and Testament ,of which the. said Charles France Bogart the place of residence and post office
Caroline Long. Deceased. address of the claimant and shall be
would have been entitled had he
: 2C1-3174. tfc PHONE 261-3221 First publication on: survived his mother, the said Hen sworn to by the claimant, his agent.
February 28, 1963 A. cr attorney, and any such claim or _
rietta Bogart
: 1960 1MP'tLAradio 4t 228,37,14, :! ; demand not filed shall be void.
; and heater, (d) If question (a) is answered in so I I
automatic transmission WANTEDWAITRESSES the negative, did the inleiesi !' tte Katie C. Wells I
power NOTICE fund which said John A. C. As executor of the Last Will and
PUBLIC said trust
: steering. Ray A. Edwards, ph. Bogart and the said Cnarles Francis Testament of II
-- 2615296. M7p .NOTICE TO CREDITORS Bogart would have received had they JANNIE F TAYLOR, deceased I
.. WANTED. Apply FLORIDA STATUTES survived by his mother Henrietta A Wayne E. Ripley Attorney for

: 16 FOOT FLAT BOTTOM boat. Lannons Firebird Truck. U. S. LV TilE COURT OF TilE COUNTY Bfgart. or, they having predeceased Executrix. F"I
JUDGE. NASSAU COVNnFLOR.- mother which theuX First publication February 28, 1963.
6 foot beam, twin live wells and 17, North of Yulee. Phone 225- IDA, IV PROIIATE. respective their child would have rec'ven 4t 2'AJ. 3-7, Ii, 21 -.5

stern, heavy duty trailer, built 5149. tic In re: Estate ofMary if such there had' been. lapse and be- 1 II
(Mollie) lIardee Thompson De- :
vested in the said Eleanore PUBLIC NOTICE
: of 4 inch channel iron. Good ceased.To come
(Bogart) Davidson and Rachael V
condition. $350 or best offer. All Creditors and Persons Having Bogart in equal shares as the orf> S NOTICE OF BID
K Phone 2614813. M7cKINGSBERRYllbMES MISCELLANEOUSHOME Culms or Demands Against Said Estate surviving children of Henrietta A. 'Bids will be received by the Nassau Ii
-. _. : Bogart?; and for such further or other County Recreation Commission fog 1 I
.. You and each of you are hereby directions as to the Court may seem one used 1,ton Jib Crane with 8 ft. '5
Ratified and required to present any and let a cory 'f the Affidavit In. beam. Model LC SSJ in Farquabar
: NEW BRICK KINGS BERRY MADE POUND cakes, claims and demaads which you. or proper; of; George F. Publicover. upon Machinery Co. catalog No. 36. Send I'I I

a home just outside city limits layer and birthday cakes, pies. either of you. may have against the which this Summons has been issued, bids to L.' D Conner, Callahan. Fla. i _
estate of Mary (Mollie) Hardee without exhibits. be sen'edith this Bids to be submitted no later thaIt 10
: for $350 down and balance of All kinds. Call Patricia Lodge. Thompson. deceased. late of said Summons. a.m. Monday, March 11, The Commission -I -

$65 per month. Buy now and 261-5332. tfc County, to the County' Judge of Nassau DATED this sixth day of February, reserves the right to reject any j'
,County, Florida at his office in and all bids. ILw
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pick out colors, tile work and the court house of said County al (Sgd.) Cain 3t 2,%1, 28, 3.11 j
: inside airangements. Corner re Fernandina Beach. Florida within six REGISTRAR '
pairs. No money down, free es calendar months from the time of : E. Ritcme : _
L. Mc
lot, with City water and, lobs timate. J. B. Meeks RoofingCo. the first publication of this notIce. (Sgd.) PUBLIC NOTICE I : I
: of trees. Two copies of each claim or demand .1S.C. Ch. D, NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN
a 'tl 'fr *' ., Jacksonville, Florida. PO shall be in writing and shall state the This Summons was taken out by TilE COUNTY JIDC.E'S COURT
87057. Allp place of residence and post office ad- Gilbert. McGloan and GUlls Solicitorsfor LV AND FOR NASSAU COUNT, .
OAK TREES SHADING a masonry I dress of the claimant and shall be the above named The Royal Trust FLORID IV PRO \TE.
- : house with 3 bedroomsand I sworn to by the claimant. their agent.or I Company File Number %011.
.. VANITY BEAUTY SHOP attorney and accompanied by a I The persons hereby summoned may In ret Estate of Elizabeth I
a family room on a corner Thrifty permanent wave, $5.95. filing fee 04 uie uoilar and such rial'nor appear hereto by entering an appear.I Hardee Ogilne, Deceased.To : .
: lot. Sound impossible! Near, Distinctive service budget demand Rot so filed. shall be void.S r ance ether personally or. by a son. : All Creditors and AU Persons I
schools and can be had for LOIS T. REID eliot with the Registrar of the Supreme I Having Claims or Demands Against'
prices. Telephone 261-4686 for As Administrate cum testamenlo Court. Fredericton. New Said Estate |
: $500 down and about $90 per : appointment. tic annexo of the Last Will and Testament Brunswick and delivering a copy to I t You. and each of you are hereby.
: month. of Mary Mollie) Hardee Gilbert: McGloan and <.iais, solicitors I notified and required to present any j)
.. -tr Thompson. deceased. for the above named The Royal Trust claims and demands which >ou. or \
IF YOU'RE INTERESTED in First publication March 7. 1961TIL Company, at 22 King Street SaiptJohrt. either of you, may have against the
NEED A HOUSE right now? 3 old stamps or coins, phone :*. .', a\t. Jr., Alt), New BrunswicK. .K estate of Elizabeth Hardee Ogihne., Deceased -,
bedroom house just outside fit 37. 14. 21. 28 NOTE: U the persons summoned or ,; late of Nassau County, Flor-
Cora Winans at 261-5421. tic : any of them do cot enter an appear Jda. to the Honorable J. E. Weather-,
limits is
city vacant. Move in PUBLIC NOTICE ance withm the time and in ti-c m 'ni 'fprd, County Judge of Nassau County
: today for $60 per month. ner above mentioned. such order will ami file the same in ,his office in the I
FLOOR SANDING and refmishtag.
0S Would! rent to right IN COURT OF THE COUNTY JUDGE I be made and proceedings taken as County Court House in Nassau Coun-
.. party Until Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson. NASSAU COUNT, STATE OF the Judge may think just and expedient -j tj& Florida within six calendar months (
able to buy. FLORIDA, IN PROBATE. FILE NO. from the date of the first publication
Phone 261-4609. tIe I
= PAUL C. BURNS 1)43LV I NOTE: This Summons may t* i iI hereof. Each claim or demand shall -
.. RE: I served personally or by substituted be" in writing and shall state the
"Builder of Kingaberry Homes" .F YOU HAVE drinking problem ESTATE OF ROUY BLANTON ED- I service upon an adult person in &t I place cf residence and post office address .
: 319 S. 8th St. Ph. 261-8606 WARDS, Deceased.: household of any of the above named of the claimant. and shall be
write Alcoholics Anony NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE I parties and shall be published once sworn to by the claimant, his agent, .
: SPECIALLY PRICED for spring mous Box 338, city. EL-6-7700 APPLICATION FOR FINAL AeOk fovo cjOiecc weifcs ic a or attorney. and any such claim or -
DISCARGETO newspaper having general, circulation demand not so filed shall be void.
redecorating Latex wall tic ALL WHOM IT MAY: CONCERN: j I I in the County of Nassau. State of Dated February 18. 1963. _
: paint, reduced to $2.79 gallon. Notice is hereby given that Ruth !'' Florida, United States of America.'' s- Ira William Hardee. Jr.
.. Shiell's Swap Shop, 511 South MEN AND WOMEN NEEDED I i Evelyn Edwards filed her final report 'I directed to John A. C. Bogart or the As Executor of the Estate of _
Executrix of the Estate of
as Hardee
Executor or Administrator of the es Ogilvie.Deceased. ,
1 8th St. Phone 2614572.iFORRENT. WORK IN CIVIL SERVICESo j Roby Blanton Edwards deceased I tate of John A. C. Bogart or his nextof .
experience necessary, gram that she filfd her Petition for Final .kin. .Herbert Wm Fishier Pictured from top to bottom: Corntie Stilt, Ray CoutertiMf, Corrair J/oaza Spyder C' ,;!dttrtlle Ctuty II

.. mar school educition usually I Discharge and that she will apply to 2t 228, 3-7 Attorney for Ira William Hardee, Jr Nova bOSS Coupe! Chetrolft Impala SS Coupe (Super Sport and Spyder equipment optional extra cod.)
the Hooorable J, E. Weatherfoxd. I AS Executor 0: the Estate of Elizabeth
t sufficient Train now at home County Judge of Nassau County, Flor. Hardee Ogiivie. Deceased.4t .

foi jobs with Security. For de-I for ida approval on the 22nd of same day and of March.for final 1963.discharge PUBLIC NOTICE"* : 2'%1. 23. 3-7. 14 See four entirely different linds of canal your Chevrolet dealer's Showroom .

A SMALL HOUSE to rent, fur. tails, send name address, phoneno. as Executrix of the- Estate, of S NOTICE OF LEGISLATION *

I nished with furniture to: NATIONAL TRAINING Roby Blanton Edwards. deceased OD' TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
only. No this 22nd:! day of March. 1963. notice is hereby given of intention to''! People Do Read Even
ii steps, close in. Apply Seaside SERVICE, P. 0. Box 500, Green. -s- Ruth Evelyn Edwards j apply to the 1M3! Legislature for passage i
Motel, 2614503. M14c wlch, Connecticut M28c Executrix of the estate I of a bill wtereby House Hill 434, The Smallest Ads Woodward Motor Company
.. of Roby Ulanton' Edwards de Chapter 61-2154. and House Bill 458.
In The News-Leader. .
: iJn.ot ceased. t Chapter 612155. will be amende-. to .
UXFURN.: nice beruhapt Albia C Thompson. Jr., require a referendum vote. .

t Year round rent. Phcne Trade At Home Attorney for Executrix III Sen. Harry O. Stratton You're 8TH STREET PHONE 2613536J :
-317.t. tic .Feraacclma Beach, Florida. /./ Rep. Claude Wingate ,
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Page Ten .'e ws-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, March 7, 1963 -. j t }
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3!-816, already shows the marks were taken from selected mature ter trees especially pines -
J:4 f- At The Churches '- : Florida..Forest. .- pf ILtI1QI9.1gbbred._ I.pines Jd superior! i in everyrespect. will eventually be developed.
v r forester: and nurserymen col i i Seed f pin" the grafted Large scale production of seed!
FIVE POINTS BAPTIST FERNANDINA BEACH CHURCH Service WtrkingFor lected pollen from the flowers of stock will be i av ilabe! 'in eightor lings for planting will follow
CHURCHJ. OF CHRIST above-average, selected pines. The lO. years [ Florida forests can be gradually
W. Keen, Pastor Hubert flowers, of other elite trees were Farmers would not care to "upgraded" as improved plan tap
Gibson, Minister II
945; a.m.-. Sunday School Bible Study 10:00 A.M. Superior Pines fertilized with the specially selected plant the types of corn that Indians tions become more widespread. ;
:, 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship pollen. Later, cones were sowed hundreds of years Trees and tree products. gener.
Worship Service 11OC A.M.
; collected the "cross" and the ,
j 6:30 p.m. .1. Training Union Evening Service 7 If the' proof is in ,the planting,1 I ago. Newly developed corn varieties 'ate one-half billion dollars annul
p.m. seeds planted.In I II
7:30 pjiu.. Evening Worship Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 njn. foresters are sure 'a better pine :: progeny available today are far sup ally for Florida's economy. A
: ,. .F. Wednesday prayer service, 7:3(' tree is on the way, I another division of the Flor j f erior. Why should landowners +j 1 superior pine tree faster grow
ida Forest Service tree improvement i, plant 'trees which are the same as i ing and better quality could
p.m. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN One year, ago some very special i program, grafted trees are \ those which stood in virgin for-I', add millions of dollars more to
CHURCH pine seed were planted by the 'i growing in4 seed. orchards.. The !II ests hundreds of years ago? the forest wealth of the Sunshine
< '6' H + bg 'r Ji1 ST. PETER LA VEU'S Amelia City ;Near Intersection II.Florida Forest Service near'Munson -. grafted scions, .or branch tips, Foresters are assured that pet.J State. .
CHURCH AlA Florida. The seedlings .came i ii |I --- -- ,
Sunday Mass -=- 1st, 3rd, 5th A. F. Gerbhardt, Pastor i through nicely, and now these I|
/4)4\ G1tI& Sunday 7:30 ajn. 8:00 a.m. Morning Service small trees have been lifted from :

Sunday ss, _..,..,..., 2nd, 4th 9:00: a.m. Sunday School !their nu'rsery beds and trans- :j
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I planted. j i iAbout
Sunday IL 11:30 am. '* .1
TABERNACLE BAPTIST I, five years from now, the i i
PINE, GROVE,BAPTIST CHURCH 1 proof of the planting will be. FRIGIDAIRE Flowing Heat
CHURCH Amelia Road Phone 261-3187 ; nown. Gauging can hardly be'+'
Rev A. ,Z. Knight, Pastor Rev. Loyd Chambers, Pastor done 'arlier.than that, Florida
4. Sunday School 9:45 ajn. Sunday School _. ._ 10 a.m. Forest Service nurserymen report -
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A Morning Worship 11 a.m Morning Worship __ 11 a.m. special But'seedlings inbred.qualities should show of these in Dryer pampers your finest fabrics

:; Training Union 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship ___, 7 p.m. faster- growing, pjne trees of
4r. Evening Worship 8:00 p.m. Wednesday Service __ 7 p.m. higher than average quality,
Wed. Night Prayer "* .inarked' :self- runin ability! dis-
r lIl. Meeting 8 p.m. CHURCH OF GO!) ease.:. resistance. straightt'ness, and ,
Wednesday: Cor. .. "
4th and Cedar $ts. sma\I' efficient crowns. :
7:45: _____.... Prayer Meeting Rev. L. Marvin Johnson, Pastor These seedlings _, known as : .. t"S.. '" '.
WRAP YOUR :HOME: :.:. ,'." Phone 261-3807 series "}!" at one year are S. ('\r
;" BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH 10:00 a.m. ._ Sunday School showing comparatively! faster and
I WARMTH jWITH' :- : :,:, .. ; :: 429 South 6th Street 11:00 a.m. ..... .Morning Service more uniform ,growth, than average -
.. Rev, John O'Xeil, Pastor' Y.?E. Friday Evening 7:30 p.m. seedlings. They're' off 'to a .
;: I. .\.:. :: ." Sunday Services: 7:30 pju. ,_. .... Evening Service good start,' and; early evidence ispromising J
; .'j. 't 10:00: A.M. ..._.-<. Sunday School Prayer meeting Wednesday I -'
11:00: A.M. Morning Worship. 7:30: p.m. ,' One group in, the .test series, .

6:30'p.m.. ......_..,...__...- B.T.U. : .
7:00 P.M. :Men's Prayer Service FIRST PRESBYTERIAN ; -
Farm Bureau To
4' STANDARD 7:30 p.m. ._._ Evening Worship CHURCH :l ; ,

Tuesday: Rev. John Dozier, Pastor Give. $100 l GrantJohn '.:"S. .... I ,t
7:00 pin. ,..,..,.. Visitation Sermon: "The. Power Of The .' .,/.>,". S .
; '* Gospel." W, Page, president of the ,:10" '..., ,, 1 t.. .. .
BURNEROIL FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Worship Services; -11PO A. M. Nassau County Farm Bureau, an- '; ;ii a. .t .' Only Frig dare! has Flowing Heal '
award- *
Rev E. A. Lewis, Pastor Sunday School _: 9:45 A.M. pounce' that the 'ureau is x,,:;: <. : i that dries breeie-tresh!
10:00: a.m. ____ Sunday School Youth Meetings .__ 6:00 P.M. jng :n. $100 grant, to college student : ;;l'I'. I
of a Farm Bureau family in II : :t I' .. Just
11:00 a.m. Worship! Service : t:;* I one dial to set for drying

xxWarms almost like Summer" .6:30 p.m. C. A. Youth Services NORTH 14th STREET this, The county.)grant will be' .paid a ::t'';.. u U: I any fabric beautifully! I.

7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service BAPTIST CHURCH student starting' his second semester ,<* :::: ; 0 :. No-stoop lint screen on door:,
Thursday mid week service Rev. Ran Humphreys, Pastor when ,chosen by the scholarship I 11l N
Fill your home with cozy warmth all 7:30 p.m. 9:45 a.m.-_.._,. Sunday School committee., ; I : t' Snag free Porcelain Enamel drum,",

Winter' long with clean, steady, con- & ft iV 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship j : 's; Insist on Frigidaire Dependability!
ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC 7:00 pjn.__, B.T.U, -;- j ) :
.venient heat from STANDARD BURNER. OIL.We'll CHURCH 8:00 p.m. Evening Worship .'.> ',.,.,."..":.'.','..: '"--- -.. .. t LIBERAL ] .
Sunday Mass 2nd, 4th 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week Services j! L ..: fill your tank and keep it full >' ,, '. .
Sunday 7:30 a.m. Wednesday .; .,:.>.:. "> TRADE-IN .I,
Mass ... : 't: -
Sunday 1st, 3rd
of burner furnace *
Whatever type or you. ALLOWANCES
5th Sunday, 11:30 a.m. ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL R1) f. \ ,
have, you can depend on. us for' prompt, 1 Daily 8 a.m. CHURCH I "J .'J easy terms
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unfailing deliveries of clean-burning, heat Saturday Convent Chapel Neil I. Gray, Rector "I'.,. ., :'1 ".,'' .PS.J.,'', ''1' FRIGIDAIREFLOWING ,
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6:30 Communion in Convent 7:30 a.m. Holy Communion I :
packed STANDARD BURNER OIL.when.You 6:30. P.M. ?.._ Young People's 10:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist HEAT DRYER
need it. Meeting >11:15 a.m. Church School Classes ?- .ldo4cl DOA-69,.rldtt!
J. T. Dunnam Pastor PROPHECYRev.

Sermon: A.M. "A Prayer Of H. C. Drury, Pastor
Forgiveness". 10:00: a.m. _. Sunday School

H. F. STONE JR. Agent\. P.Mr: "Conversation On Cal- 11:00 a.m. Morning Service ."HAPPY" HAPPY' Florida Public utilities (0.
vary" 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service TO: BE INFERNANDINA

"Our Business Is Serving .You" Worship Services: 8:30: A.M. W.M.B. BEACH ,
11:00 A.M. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday V.LB. Young
730? P.M. People Have You ,Met Him?
Sunday School 9:45: A.M. '* *

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'::: Add a Phone add a lot to liviiigi- -7}: John CIIURCII L. Jones, pastor LIBB Y'S BEST BUY DAYS

10:00: a.m. Sunday School
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; 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship I

Busy days are breezy days when the,phone is where you are-:: '/ 6:15: p.m. MYF Supper &grams Pro- Special i l, Prices. On All Libby ,Products A

whether it's kitchen, bedroom or Florida room. Convenient exfen-3 1:30 p.m. Evening WorshipCAPITOL Check These Terrific Buys! *
$ *
: sion,j phones come in many pretty colors-are so economical, too.?
1 :* *'** 2 A PEACHES, 29 oz.. can . : 4 for
Call. ', your Telephone Business Office for details. ,', .;' .
..' "' ': !-4i: .: : PINEAPPLE GRAPEFRUIT
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'i; 'j ". ". .!,,;-i ,! Z : DRINK, 3-or, , 6 for
:'I 'Southern.. \ Bell : ;" ,' : l1' \ .'. LETTER -

,: ..; TOMATO JUICE, 46 oz. ...:, 4 for
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.: \<.;'.",af '1i, TALLAHASSEE The em-I __ Maxwell House

:' ployes of the House of Represen- '
r I tatives are working to squeeze. '
facilities for ?0 more seats into 604 ATLANTIC .AVENUE COFFEE Mb. ""Sc
. 1 a'i an already crowded Capitol. ,
: Two of the bigger jobs already j CAN
jI i: underway 125 new desks for !!,
.- the House Chamber to -replace! i LIMIT ONE WITH $5 ORDER ..
__ ,. 5": the 95 bigger desks that no long .
er will be needed, and the voting ,

W a .: machine.The new. desks will cost about I FREE, Snowdrift t 3 58('
t' $8,750, and many of the old desks
.. 1UU
11 ,.,:+ will go to offices for new menbfrs \ GREEN STAMPS ,
of the House. .
t. The electronic voting machinefor
;1 house members will be altered I AND $5.00 OR MORE 1'UltCHASE
n ,v 1. f to accomodate 124 stations, that Offer Expires March 9, 1963
j ', : is, all but Speaker Mallory Home, I FREE oo MWHANTS ",
:. who will have to vote by voice. Crltft SNwptg o
This project, which includes '
a paging ;
i 1a '" I... device at the rear of the room, "i With the Pwrcha. of 6'/ or. 8
will cost about $20,500. The paging Shave Bomb.Reg. or Menthol!

device, which lights up ford Giant Salvo 58c j NOXZEMA I
i iP paige when a member pushes a ,
button, will contain some four Al Our Regular low PrJceiCXFIMCS
miles of wires.A LIMIT ONE WITH $5 ORDER 313-63 D
new bank of House offices,
21 in all, will be set up across the ,

j ipr ,, SYn offices street from already the Capitol there. below The new 26 1 BIG VALUES IN OUR MEAT DEPARTMENT ::;;

offices will house members from EE
Dade, Pinellas and Duval delega
y tions. 5 TEA SALEg g 50'MEttHANT''

Two stations will be added
more With the McMuof
to the telephone PBX across I tiM Smoti POX of 53 I
the street from the Capitol, and SIRLOIN FULL CUTROUND t
P 10 more trunk lines will have to OR T.IONE 89' TOLbCIGARS # I
be installed. Lb, ,
Lamar Bledsoe, chief clerk, .. I At Our Regular l low Pruencn.noga
said in addition to the 30 new : <63U
r I[I members, each member will have "I LIYERl9cL PICNICS ,;boy 35c Wlfllflllltllllllllll/I/Mi.
N V | his own secretary. Other inciden ? PORK Lb.
Y tIals will be required, such as .

I fssj4.. chairs, wastebaskets, and filing I -- itimx@>> rjl1//lJ11IljjfiillI1lllllb.

r' 'S a S cabinets. 'S- ;F FRI ; t ,. '' S' IlUCltANTI i' ,.'
e jbV The Senate has not such acute 50 .Y JWITS 50 C,,,, St..,. .
problems fitting in its seven. new '. Cit" S'II ;;
members. Two extra desks alI With the Purdius g 0. 'W.tb the Plltdase of g Witq tb4 Purcfwe of 8g
/tP// g TtiO 1
tt I ready existed. And for the other ? ,
ItA. Bone M.
/ five, a front circle can be extend. 1 6 a Cans Lady Fair Butter >U II I} J/ fit N fired! tiled l I a Ot

__ ed into the old press section. I BISCUITS i_ PECAN: PIE HAIR ARRANGER I
__ Time is running short Less Q or'i" -,.
i than a month is left to set up fa- ft Ouf\ R+ low Price M,0u ItfuUr low f/Ice h At Pvr XegvUr tow Ptcl '
5 dUties for about a third of the 'EXPIRES a.3-63' 0 U"Rui.s.u: G. aPlRU"13-61 Gi.
original number. Mrs Bledsoe \i. 1; ,m:, n Jr Jr, rfJJJ WtllIlKflllm1IlIJllJ.IfJJJJ
HOME INTERPHONE.-Talk room-to-room' answer.d oor by hone.x I'said, however, it probably will be ..' : 1'11.\ '1. _.
finished a few days beforehand. : ,, ,

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