Fernandina Beach news-leader
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 Material Information
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 14, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024610
oclc - 33142109
notis - AFA6512
lccn - sn 95026706
System ID: UF00079912:00011
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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

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1858 Absorbed by Purchase. Merger or Succession, The Florida News, The East Floridian, The "Peninsula. The t ernanoina courier Tne Island City, Feraadd'na Ooserver, Fernandina Express The Fernandina News, The Florida Mirror, The & ty Star. The News The Fernantoa Record
j Feinandina News-Record. Nassau County Leader, The Outlook, The Florida-Georgia News, The lernandina News The Buccaneer.


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The flu bug has no respect for

the so-called power of the press, tF. -

deadlines or what have and (
you ip M The Fernandina Beach City
invaded the composing room this% Commission
I last night voted to
week. If the item which held the proceed with the proposed naturalgas

most interest for you is delayed t)1l Stratton Censures Bryant system by calling for bids on
until next week please bear withus l y the construction project.

'til we rout the pesky germ. The action came after several
Worst hit was linotype operator t years of planning apd negotiat

Howard Pagan and'we're running Y ing and in the face of considerable

late and short in that department. opposition. Commissioner Ben Sorensen

Powers on U.S. 17 and IR95 moved that advertising forbids -

If you're traveling down the be initiated. He was seconded

state, take a word of advice and by L L Bohannon with Mayor E.

stick to A1A. Besides being by .. J. Smith and John Tiliakos votingaye
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Around forty interested citizens .
far the most scenic route it's also M --t--- also. ,
from throughout the county met
much less
distaff side and aggravating.I were down to last night at Seaside Inn to dis- Nassau Education & Citizens Legislative who Commissioner has opposed E. the J. Johnson system,, Jr.as

West Palm Beach OVer. the week cuss ways and means of delaying proposed, continued his opposition

, i end for a command performanceat Interstate Route 95 through Nassau :; Committee Pass School Aid Resolutions'I with a negative vote.
the company's "ivory tower" County and the four-laning of
The action in the face .of
U. S. 17.Meetmg. came
I and No.1 is: a nightmare, especi ,|
i : of a new form of opposition that
ally at night, around Titusville, with the group were I At a meeting of the Fernandina
: arose at a public meeting
Cocoa and Melbourne. We made Senator Harry Stratton, of Calla- Beach Junior High-Elementary here on
March 1. The is in. theI
the same trip last year and the han and Rep. Claude Wingate of Courthouse To Take Parent-Teacher Association last opposition
form of
I a notice from Senator
atory was the same then. Guess ,<1 STOPPING BY THE NEW CITY MARINA: is this 70-foot yacht, the Christmas Tree Fernandina Beach. !i Part m CountyGovernment I Thursday night, the Committee I Harry] 0. Stratton and Rep.

your current governor (not mine) ,( out of Baltimore, Md., as she headed hot after a .visit in South Florida. Joe Sun- Stratton censured both Governor ; Week for Better Schools made a reporton i Claude Wingate that they'wttt.a.
is more interested i in hometown
I dockmaster is shown the he Farris Bryant and Ralph the unmet needs being faced mend legislation 'Ter-
Ocala and ,j ano, at gasolin' pump las pumped a large quantity affecting
the accolades he will
receive there once his"strenuous" fuel into the yacht. At rail of the Christmas Tree l is her skipper, as he watches the! .| Powers, State Road Department i Officials in the Nassau Coun- during the current school year. I nandina Beach.

fueling operat on. Perched on piling at right is one of many local youngsters who member from this district, for ty Courthouse here will take ; After citing the unresolved The amendments will limit thecity's
administration has faded into the : t '' I '
oblivion it well)) deserves. Com ),I find the docks and the visiting boats exciting.. .,Note' new Florida Marine Welcome I I their'actions delaying four-laning in pushing of IR US 95 17.and j. part next week, in County Government I needs, the the Committee also of increasing emphasized power to acquire, improve,
probability extend and
: Week and issue an in- I operate certain public
ing back hit the bad Station in background.Ministers .
up we part : I He said that Bryant has committed i, vitation to '.the, public to visit I problems during the next and I utilities. In essence: the amendments
while still fresh and it wasn't too I: I
himself to the completionof 'any and all offkes.In i succeeding school years unless will force the natural gas.
bad until left the
we expresswayand IR 95 before 'he of steps are taken to increase the into referendum
I goes out this vteek'stjtisue' the News- I question a vote.

traffic hit can 17. be If trying you don't,. wait think'til) Protest Local PromotionsThat office in 1965. He cited that | Leader is publishing'. proclamation I budget for Nassau County Acting City Manager Clayton
Bryant seems to be concentratinghis i from Governor Farris i schools. I Sanders was instructed to contact
you've driven almost 300 miles ,
efforts in the area of his home- Bryant which urges the citi This committee had previously the engineering firm of Harry
and then slow down from today's I
town Ocala and central Florida in zenry to observe the special joined the Nassau County Edu I Hendon and Associates and make
accepted speed to about 35 miles
general and is uninterested. in j i I week. cation and Citizen's Legislative plans for the advertising for bidsin
per hour on U.S. 17 between Jack Conflict With
Sunday WorshipRev. this area. Committee in a meeting with Senator the near future. The mention
sonville and Yulee on a Sunday :
In scoring the 'omnipotence of Harry 0. Stratton and Rep. by Sorensen limited the amountto
afternoon. Coupled with the fact
the State Road Board, Stratton County Board I Claude Wingate to study possible be pent by the city on adver-
that if
find two between
you spots I Meeting Monday in regular said "they'll treat you like a million solutions to the problems. tising for bids to $500. *":!U.
those 'two points where you session, the Fernandina Beach I dollars in their office while A considerable portion of the
Three resolutions
can reputation pass and of aware 17, you're of the lethal about I i Donald Himmelman and Family HereTo Ministerial Alliance adopted a "' looking" for a place to' put the Awards Contracts during the meeting: were and passed copies lengthy meeting was consumedby
resolution protesting the exten- knife. I a discussion of the playgrbjlbd
have to Stratton and Win-
ready for hit the AlA sleeveless and the coat last lap before Lutheran Church sion of hours at establishments !''I At one in answer to queries !I''For Fuel And .Oil gate, urging gone them to support ]legislation area that is bordered by Atlantic -
you i Develop For
home. If haven't been down'' selling alcoholic beverages and as to what could be done at :r that will achieve the following Avenue, Wolff Street andEgan's
you the promotion of planned pro this time, Stratton waxed vehement I, l I Creek
AlA lately, give it a try. There Preparations ,arp underway for grams that conflict with the regularly I to the point that he suggested | Meeting Wednesday in regular : I I' A letter was read from a groupof
not a more pleasant drive in the i I 'monthly session the Board of 1. Increased financial aid to
a new Lutheran 'Church to be I scheduled services of the I "the Nassau Grand Jury 1 i freeholders, who registered .a
state, and you'll make just I Program'
created in the 'community. The churches they represent should indict Bryant and Powers 'County Commissioners awarded ,: Ii protest to the city's action in designating -
good time, if not better.
Rev. Donald R. Himmelman, mission The resolution, as adopted by II manslaughter in connection I contracts for furnishing gasoline, the area cs a practice
'., developer .for the Lutheran the Ministerial Alliance. followsin with the unusual number of 'fatal i(i fuel oil, oil and grease during the 2. An across the board sales field for Little League activity.

At long last definite move Church in America, arrived last its entirety: mishaps on crowded U. S., 17." i I:I coming year. I' tax as a means of providing the I (Continued On Page 2))

has been made to puh the proposed week to begin the necessary To The Citizens Of Our Community When asked further as to' what I The contract for furnishing gas- I (Continued'" on Page Two) ,' I II '

t natural gas system throughto work. prior #o !Jh i fPlaln, of :" ....- ,_ ..,. should be done locally to oppose i!i oline, oil and grease went'to Stand-'I '
completion andit brings f _*., the .congregation.{ i As Ministers **nf the Gospel ill 95'and promote US.17. Stratton j and I, Oil Co.,'with Gulf' Oil Corp.. J Amelia Lodge 4i'Sponsoring I Pros! Is Nabbed
with it some interesting ramifications Each year the Lutheran 'Church serving the churches of our city, suggested a large delegation I I j receiving the fuel oil contract. .

Commission The move at last night'sCit7 A in America starts from seventyto we are deeply, interested. in matters call the' governor's secretary and Bids on supplying tP gas were t .In Fishing Tackle

meeting was one hundred congregations thr- that' strengthen or weaken (Continued on Page Two) rejected on a technicality and a F&AM,

evidently eimud at forestalling oughout ,the United States Thereare the moral fiber of our community new call for bids is issued in this
plans of Senator Harry Stratton ten under development in Florida week's News-Leader. The bids Theft $1000 BondNassau

and>Rep. Claude Wingate to promote at the present time,' It is our firm conviction that Class In Religion will be opened on March 29 at a I De Molay Chapter I i

a local referendum on the sacred and Begins March 17th special session.
The Rev W. Baxter Weant, the Lord's Day is a Frost, 45-year-old Fern
1 Stratton and Wingate
have subject.published notice that they Regional Director for the Boardof holy one so set apart by God in I I At St. Peter's Church i 1 1i |' The Board and Civil Defense I In an -effort to contribute to andina Beach Negro, was nabbed

curbingthe American Missions,, has met His Word for rest and worship.To Director Walter Preston considered higher standards for young men this week in the alleged theft of
will legislation
city's promote : in the public with some of the interested per use this day properly i is to :'i St. Peter's Espiscopal Church a proposal by George W. Hitchcock I in Fernandina Beach and Nassau $IGO in rods and reels from the

utilities field.powers This action, of sons in the community during the i make our community a better, will sponsor an Adult Class in for his services in preparing ': County, Amelia Lodge No. 47 F. garage of D. W. Ringer, 120 S. i

the proposed past months and it. was on the I place in! which to live and to i j I religion for non-Episcopalians, beginning I a survey, site plans, preliminary I & A. M. is sponsoring a Chapter j. Ninth Street

course referendum., promotes Have the Commis strength of these meetings, let- strengthen its citizens for pur Sunday, March 17th, at : drawings, etc., for the proposed ; of De Molay. Frost was arrested by Police

in favor of the ters of interest, and spot surveys poseful living in these troubled 7:30: in Whitney Hall Members of emergency operations center in I A meeting to discuss organizational Chief J. R. Parker and Officer

sioners teeth of the system Modern Travel made that the decision was reach- times. To misuse it, to actively ,I other churches in the community''the Five Points area. I plans is slated for 7:30 Fri Nick Smith. He has been turned
the legislator's Air
pulled action far this ed by the Lutheran tody to begin promote its misuse, or simply to'':' have attended this course in past i I Hitchcock's proposal in the day night March 15, at the Masonic over to County Court and is on

is concerned as as their callingfor ques steps for the .formation of this ignore its misuse, is to contribute i i years to deepen their Faith and mount of $1,000 was accepted b a-I' Temple on Atlantic Avenue. a $1,000 bond in the charge of
tion by
bids What will now trans.' Subject of Talk congregation.Pastor to the moral and spiritual deter-I to return to their own churches :i the Board. ,His services will be I I, Scheduled to attend the meet grand larceny.

pire in the way of opposition isanybody's Himmelman and familynow ioration of our community. I as more effective Christians. available, under the proposal, up .! ing is Bruce Carroll, of Jackson- Also up before County JudgeJ.
I and it might well reside at, 2606 McGregorBlvd. We are distressed that recentlyin The course includes ten weekly) until actual construction begins. I ville, who will speak on "WhatDe E. (Gene) Weatherford were
J guess To further To Rotary Club He and his wife, Sue, have at least two specific incidents \i sessions and the pamphlets "Jour- 1! "Rabbit" Allen appeared before : Molay means to the young men two Negro brothers, one JQ' and
be interesting to see. ( '
old cliche tunedto I one ,son, Dean, a first grader. I this has been done. First, in the :, ney in Faith", written by Fred- the Board and asked that drainage|, of your community." one 12, on charges of stealing
out an stay
wear the News-Lea-Jcr for subsequent John Ingle, Jr., with Easte'rnAir Prior to their coming to this com provision of additional hours !erick and Barbara Wolf, will be.i' in the area between Bailey Road i i The prime objective of DeMolay pocketbooks from cars parked at

details. Lines as public relations director : munity Pastor Himmelman de- for establishments which sell alcoholic ;; used as the basic study. i and the Amelia Road be checked i! is to inspire young men to become local laundromats.

it) if for North Florida, was ; veloped a congregation in Can- beverages to stay open on'' Following the study course?;, for drainage. He cited that water better citizens. They are guidedto Weatherford ordered restitutionand

guest speaker' the regular I nonsburg, Pennsylvania. They are ; (Continued On Page 2)) !j there will be a' coffee break, and'a ,' stands around homes in that area better relations with their own placed the boys on strict pro
I can almost hear the crack of weekly luncheon meeting of the : natives of that state. Both Pas- I general discussion period. Ses ;' due to insufficient cuh"erts.The family and with their fellow man. bation.

bats against the horsehide, see Rotary Club I tor and Mrs. Himmelman are sions will end promptly at 9:00.i ,Board instructed Road Sup- The meeting is open to the pub I Vernon Guest was the arresting
the !pop flies against the "always graduates of Thiel College in Funeral Wednesday' p.m. '' (Continued on Page Four) lic. officer, ;-
clear" Fernandina Beach sky and Ingle was presented to the club i iby Greenville! Pennsylvania, and Pas I .

smelt Buck Chamberlain's linimentin Rotarian John Duffy, program tor Himmelman graduated from

the dressing room after seeing chairman for the meeting. Northwestern Lutheran Seminary : For Victim Of Fire,,:

some of the Minnesota Twins personnel I 1 I The speaker dwelt mainly] on in Minneapolis, Minnesota. j i Chem (ell Club Experiencing Tremendous Growth I

in town. "Uncle Bob" Tal-1 i: what is being done by the airlinesto An extensive survey will be Hubert R. Johnson *i

ton, 80-year-old scout who livesat bring ground activity up to a made of the community before the .
the Keystone here and looks with the tremendous speed of beginning of worship services. !
par Hubert Royce Johnson, 38, burn : During the past year, the Chem
after the Twins interest here, is today's commercial planes. Services will) be held. at the Recreation :: ; ed to death in his one-room frame !' Cell Club experienced tremendous

walking taller and straighter after Ingle compared old timetables Center i home at Chester early] last Friday i growth in membership, increasing -
seeing his old cronies again, I All interested persons are :asked members in 14
with those in use today and cited morning. from 86 'Y..4r j '

such as ageless Joe Fitzgerald, at several ways operations, such as !i I 261-5G34.to contact Rev. Himmelman at I Deputy Sheriff Colvin Smith, I, December 1961 to 192 membersin wIV .

spring training for the umpteenth ticket sales, had been expedited. '! I who investigated, said' the fire t December 1962. 2.n .y

time. Scouts who arrive todayare He said that his company today I apparently started about 5:15 This increase in membershipwas
Hal Keller, Pete Appleton, if time permits, majls out Lynn Joyner To He said a nearby family heard i' due chiefly to the many club ( : c

George Lacy, along with assist- reservations so customers will !* Bring Message At someone calling for help, but the { activities that was conducted during
ant farm director George Brophy. have no need to stop at ticket I I r, entire house engulfed inflames the year. Some of them are
Otto Bljege: who runs the field windows. Also, in addition to 1 1st Baptist Sunday by the time they | as follows:xThree family suppers, 11

house, is here and other scouts credit cards, books of tickets arenow f Lynn Joyner, a Fernandina The remains of the arrived.'I'I sponsoring the local Division Golf I
will be coming in every day or issued so passengers can go I Tournament and cosponsoringthe qr
Beach High School senior, will deliver found,under the bed,
so. Sherry Robertson, farm boss straight to plane at airport. Jesup-Fernandina Golf Tour-
his first sermon Sunday, at Smith. Johnson, although crippled -
of the Twins, will be in next Another speedup in reservations nament; staging a Drum Fishing a H
the regular evening service at in his legs, was able to walk, w;
week. after looking over the Twins he said was promoted by a : First Baptist Church.. the officer stated. contest and forming and sponsoring -
as they train in Orlando. His centralized computer that keeps a toI i a Soft Ball Team which competed -
Lynn surrendered his life Smith was assisted in the investigation -
girl Friday, Ruth Harbison, has record of available seats on all preach the gospel several months by Deputy Emory in the Nassau County Softball #

been here since Monday. The planes and can pass this information -: and recently' licensed to Walker. League during the summer.
ago was hr
first club will arrive tomorrow, on instantly to any point. I preach by the First Baptist i A native of Nassau County and j: The Chem Cell Club also hada :
Worth of the Pad part in the local Little League
DallasrFort) Ingle said much has also been
I I Church. His: message Sunday veteran of World War II, Johnson six
fie Coast League and the AAA- done in the baggage department .I being able to expand to teams FJ
I evening will be, "Committed To lived alone. ,
i team will begin training over the to prevent delays. No longer is God. Funeral was held Wednesday at'I'I during the year, by sponsoringthe -
i I weekend. Many of the eager weight of passenger and baggage' Lynn plans to enter college this 4 p.m in Springhill Cemetery in. CUBS.newly formed J : _
beavers have already shown up on a mutter of concern since statistics fall and Nassauville with Rev. John H. i I
upon graduation attendone i time
At the plans are
present :
I with their individual
have shown that it
their own
averages of the seminaries Touchton Jr. offifi I
: Baptist operated ting. |I underway to again stage the ,
dreams of becoming a Killebrew, (Continued on Page Two) i 4
He widow I ;
Rich Rollins all j I by Southern Baptist. is survived by his !Drum: Fishing Contest and the
an Allison or a He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Beatrice Johnson; a daughter I! local Division Golf Tournament
who have made their %4, i
players way McKcndree RenamedTo Joe Joyner of this city. Clara Johnson; and a stepdaughter 1, At the meeting held in February ,
to the majors via the Twins farm' International Barbara Sue Johnson, :i' the club voted to again -donate :

system. < I Manchester Progress all of Gallatin Tenn.; his mother money to the Little Leagueso ;

if \i Assessor's Group Mrs. Cinderella, Jones, Nassau-1 i' they may continue to operate i < } .a
Loads 560 Tons PulpThe
Got a license for your hunting'( ; yule; two sisters, Mrs. Mildred i i as a six team league this year

rifle? Or your target pistol? Or Eddie McKendree, Nassau County (: S, S. Manchester Progress Ford, Oceanway, and Judy Nix, 1: Plans are also underway to

maybe you think you don't need Tax Assessor, has been reap- left Wednesday with 560 tons of Yulee; two brothers, Jessie Johnson 'i I start clearing and improving a 5 a.,

one, say members of the local Gun pointed to represent Florida as ; pulp from the local mill of Ray- Gallatin, and James A. Johnson lot between Bailey Road and the

Club and other such clubs i state chairman of the International j onier Incorporated. The shipment Lincoln, Neb i i ij RiVer for a picnic area, which it

throughout the state. There are 'i Association of Assessing Off-1! i I is consigned to the United King- j Pallbearers were Mallory Wild-!j I ii> hoped will be ready for use this

several archaic laws on the Flor cers. I era Lewis Wilder,*Dave Williams, I I J summer. These are just a few of

ida statutes from which test cases '' McKendrte is past president of dom.On Monday the S. S. Jalakirti Lamar Murray, Emory Walker, ; the many projects which the ChemI

are continually cropping up and 1 I the Florida Association of Tax I will dock at Rayonier to load pulp iI i Russell Brown, and Gregory Lit J I I Cell Club will conduct daring the ,Fred Bond Tom Michael! Bcb Tarplejr George SuttonSectttary

(Continued on Page five) 1 Assessors I consigned for-..India.. ,-' I tie leu. Vice President President Treuurcrt

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.41geThoT: ':; 'News-Leader, Fernandlna Beach, Florida! .... Thursday, March! 14, 1963 "i:
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; I I .. ,.; I t'sonville Beach and Wes Beckerof I
BEACH NEWS-LEADER 1 Meeting Couple Killed Enroute To Jacksonville Grandville, Mich. .

.. t ,i'., 511 ASH STREET PHONES 3688 3681 I Know Your' Florida' Laws Begins Sunday At I High School] seniors attendingthe

A John ii. Perry Newspaper Brenda, Beard,
I i I Yulee Methodist When Plane Crashes In (iilliard Area: meeting were
star CIdell, Editor autiNATIONAL Mnu.r J. K. Freeman Jerry Greeson am
: Prepared As A Public Service By Arthur Dunman. '

.... ; ;I. i tA. EDITORIAL Wreckage was scattered in a The couple was enroute to Other were Rev. C. Eu-
( guests
., cfiTl3N THE FLORIDA BAR straight line! fpr some 150! feet, Jacksonville for the weekend, ac. : West fla. Claire
Quiiey ;
> | ASs( }> gene ,
: I -- $ The Statewide Organization of Lawyers & Judges
4 $ plane crashed h In Hilfiard last Saturday of the victims, whom Smith, had Caldvvell. -
t C Sponsored by Nassau County Bar Association I njght, killing the pilot, Robert :: called about 8 p.m., to get a report I I

I ....,'i's ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION I Harold Smith, 30, of Hape- on the weather II 1
__J / '.!. Publlihwl evrry Thursday and entered at the Post OfficeS Most A Person Leave His Children *t will fit some men but not oth I ville, Ga., and Miss Norma B. Me- ::: Sheriff H. J. Youngblood said "If we den't beat the Russiansto them
Fernandina Beach, Florida as second class mail matt t. II At Least One Dollir Each? ers. .' Nair of Atlanta,, fhe only pas- :r residents in Hilliard reported th* moon, we" may: beat

...,' .... No, not even a cent. This pop f An estate by 'entireties'ma be senger.City. "'- hearing the airplane pass over, into bankruptcy. H. R. Smith,
F- Subscription Rates: I ular misconception arises fro.1rfce defined as a form of jorit! own. headed: south.. The plane seemedto Brookville (0.) Star.
$4 a year $2.25 C months $1.25 3 Months I fact that when a will fails ti arship of real or personal prooer turn back north and immediately -

I $450 a year out of county ,, i ii make provision for or "remem : iy by husband and wife with right To AdvertiseContinued nosed downward, Young- i l "Even moderation should not

--- ber" a child, the law "presumesthat )f survivorship. blood said residents told him. be practis to excess." Virginia -
___1 ""' : 7 the testator mereiy forgot |, Such an estate always involves GaskBl, Pen soorg (Pa.)
World Understanding Week I To meet this the draftsman c i gamble as tovho diej first. ( from Page One) Recalling his cgversation with Town and Country.Doiier .
f. N the will in olden times frequent!, I'The most that can be said is thai The petition cited that the area I I! Smith, who said he was about 70 -- -- --' -

I I "tAt a time when the word is being torn apart by rival gave 'To my son, John, the sun (I'n some cases, and for certain was unsuited for organized play miles from Jacksonville, Glnn

I doctrines, scientific advances, exploding populations, and : of one dollar." Today an accept kinds of property, an estate by and that the city already had said Smith remarked 'he thoughthe & Gay
e1 provision is "I ,have intentionally entireties may be a useful lega, enough areas of that type. It was might have enough fuel to
rising expectations among the newly developing peoples, made no provision for my sorJohn. device in addition to a will. Count. t- pointed out that it was one of the'i make it."

I .'better' understanding amcng all peoples is an urgent need. ." i !'ess problems arise: from the indiscriminate few areas left in tie city for unorganized "I don't know whether he reful-
; ,?.,: :There are several examples! of enlightened leadership Children born after the execu- use of estates by entireties : play] ;, such as pickup ed there or not," Ginn said.

I in-the world today, which: can lead to improved understand- tion of the will or a child vuthou' I by unskilled persons. "ames of touch football, basket There was no fire when the ;

I, ing.. One of the most significant is the proclamation by the (:: adequate means of support may I Estates by entireties should be Yulee Methodist Church will ball, kite flying, golf practice and plane crashed, indicating it' may;
'president of Rotary International of the week of 17-23 i still have certain rights in the created with a great deal of care i hold a "New Life" meeting this the catching of crabs and minor have been out of fuel White or Colors
estate under particular circum since ,they may involve gift talroblems. Also noted that the Sheriff H. J. Youngblood and
fish. was I,
March World His i is
A as Understanding-. goal a general : week beginning at 7:30 Sunday Gal.
stances. They may result in exposing of : his Jim Colon $3.95
'" area was a place tranquility deputies, Sawyer, !
of the mankind and the leader' and
recognition oneness of as evening continuing through
For How Long Is A Will Good? ; the estate to maximum and beauty and that those living' Sikes and Emory Walker arrivedat
i ot"more than a half million men in more than 11,000 Rotary!' It is "good" until it is changedor Federal taxation. They may re- ,: Friday evening. The guest' evan- in the area and signing the peti- the scene within minutes after E-Z PIC

clubs in 128 countries, he can rightfully call attention to revoked in the manner require I snIt in loss of deductions againstthe I relist will be The ,Rev, John ,H. r tion wished it to remain so, i the crash. !!
of all ed ]law. A will be inheritance tax otherwise allowable -: Hires, Jr., pastor of the Grace
opportunities creating understanding among peoples by may changed I : During the long dUeussion! !' Federal investigators are reconstructing 14TlI & BEECH
o/ the world. World Understanding k calls for a simultaneous }- ; as often as the person making it i for debts of the deceased I I Methodist Church in Sanford. gome who live in the area involv. the wreckage. Pete ,
desires while and under If the i is sold by, I Rev. Hires is graduate of the i _
sane not property -
and char- i Texas -
effort by everyone to focus'n activities !ied and who were. in attendance Pompettl of Fort Worth,
:.:Aristies{ which tend to unite the peoples of the world undue influence duress, or fiaud. I the survivor, there is an income University of Florida, Candler were .asked for their opinion. is heading the Civil Aeronautics
the School of Theology] of Emory University -
provided it is changed in the required tax problem concerning cost '
_ rather than divide them. I I and served the Davie Speaking in favor of the use of Board investigation team, along 0
manner. Changes in circumstances basis.Is .
I with Federal Aviation Agency officials
ii .... .... Rotary International, now in its 58th year, has pio- after the execution of II A Life Insurance Program A I'Community JlethodiaJ Church in [the area for Little League activity from the Jacksonville area. 0.0
I "'ireeved: in numerous activities to create world understanding. : the will, such as tar law amend Substitute For A Will? I Davie, before going to Grace was Tommy Hernandez, ;

I In 1947-48 an international} ,exchange fellowship program t ments, deaths, marriage divorce, I No. Life insurance is only one i Methodist in June of 1D62. said "names on the petition were '

: was established by The Rotary Foundation for the birth of children, or even a sub- I kind of property that a person I Rev. W. Ray Finklea, pastor, (I and obtained there are under more false in the pretenses area for Modern Air TravelContinued 1 [ will you'I
stantial change in the nature cr may own. If a l life insurance policy extends a cordial welcome to the 1
purpose of giving outstanding graduate students a of against ,
year ; it than it.
of is to individual, to attend the i {
amount a person's estate, may payable an public, meetings. I II ( from Page One)
I :,:'jjlijdy abroad. Since then 1,591 students from .countries raise questions as to. the ade- I the will of the insured has no effect -I I Following the discussion, Bo- out to a mean acceptable figure 11 leave

have studied in 55 countries. The Rotary Foundation has quacy of the will. All changes I' on the proceeds. If the policy I hannon said "we recognize the In conclusion, Ingle said that
underwritten the cost of the program better than three require a careful analysis] and reconsideration -', is payable to the estate of thef' insured Ministers Protest petition so respectfully submit- I planes have yet to achieve th?

.aml one-half million dollars. Similarly, individual Rotary of all the provis- the disposition of the 'proceeds ted by the group of interestedi enviable safety record of rail $50,000Good

clubs and districts have initiated their own international ions of a will and,may make it may be directed b7 a will: (Continued from Page One) i I freeholders for the purpose of roads but pointed out that pas-

exchange programs. Upwards of 10,000 secondary and advisabe! to change the will to [ The careful person will consult Sunday. Second, in the promotionof 'calling our attention to the desig- senger aircraft is 7 times safer insurance planningwith ,
graduate students are sponsored annually for some kind of conform to the new situation. I his lawyer, his life jnsurance\ planned program of entertainment :: nation of the Atlantic Avenue- than automobiles. even a modest incomecan
I(! Does A Will Increase Probate 'counselor, and his financial,..ad- Wolff Street proposed build estate of
area as a an
(drag races, sports car Ingle pressented puzzler on
international travel or study. In addition to these efforts inBehalf {JII'' ," visor. : i a
? I
4 Expenses .4. I races, golf tournaments, etc.) at { baseball field and. would like to : aircraft speed and time consumed substantial proportions. Plan
of the Rotarians themselves
younger generation, No., If there to be Can A Will Reduce Taxes? : : financial
is: \ property it the hour men have traditionally make a motion that this City with Rotarian George Fox having your family's
_) contribute to world understanding by exchanging pictures, ,i administered QtA faxes to be paidor i We are in a tax age Th.e.or-I gathered on the Lord's Day to : Commission, in our desire to com- the nearest answer. He was security now!

slide*, tape recordings, books, magazines, newspapers on a'' both, the existence of a will eseeable future suggests no. plat- I worship. I ply with their wishes, go on re- given a small model of an East-

world-wide basis. does not increase probate expenses. -I erial change. Plans made to ri\eet I[ We appeal to the moral and i cord as to the following: ern Airlines plane. WOOTENInsurance\
A will reduces i daily conditions of life and bysi-
These activities are not performed for the benefit of : frequently ex-. 'when !1 spiritual! consciousness of the j 1 "1. To maintain the area as a : Visiting Rotarians were Gerry
If there ta real usually be altered
headlines. They represent the quiet srvice of men who are '! penses.property which would or pass personal I I ness it appears can that they are unsound people of our community to exert thing of beauty and pleasure for Adams and Fred Williams of Jack- Agency

ccmmitted to "the advancement of international under your influence to curb these disturbing -I general recreation. CAL ELLEN SHANK;
by will or descent, the probate from a tax point of view I I
standing; good will, and peace through a world fellowshipof court has jurisdiction and. must I after death little can be done"by trends. I "2..'To restrict any organized .,paving at the City Marina, the 261-5503
business and professional men united in the ideal of ser either rule on the will or determine an executor to relieve an estate The Fernandina Beach Ministerial effort to the 'installation of a Golf Course parking area and ,

- vice." It i to important, then during this week dedicated 'to' who :it"/the. legal heirs. I, from a program or plan which is I I Alliance skin diamond for Little League Franklin Street: $21,198.14. -- -- -

understanding, that all citizens join with Rotarians in Thus, even if you have no will unsound taxwise as a result of 9I J. W Keen, .President'Five practice. Layne. Atlantic got the contract
making thisobservanceasucces your heirs must go to court to I poorly drawn will, or because you Point Baptist Church "3. To not allow the 'erection of for a 12-inch deeD well at the
- ----, --- -- administer your estate or to obtain [ leave no will. By having a ,\vel1I I Ran Humphreys- Vice-Presi any structures fences, poles, golf course. $7,846 .
a determination that admin- 'drawn ,will you may be able to dent lighting equipment nd other Southern Wood Preserving Co.
Stratton I motion by Jack Woodward, who istration is unnecessary.Is i Deduce inheritance taxes under I North Fourteenth Street Baptist items common to a regular ball.I was successful bidder for furnishing f
':, asked that Stratton secure information -| Estate Entireties A what they would be without a'I Church I diamond." I II poles for the new Iteht-! )

as to possible matching Substitute: For A Will 'I will. Every person who owns John Jones, Secretary. and I I The motion was seconded by mg system at City .Ball Park.
(Continued from Page One) J government xfunds for U.S. 17, It is in about the same sense I i more than his home has a" estate Treasurer j I Sorensen and passed on a unann. I, $2,807.59.
ask that they be placed on the that a committee be formed as that a size 3S suit will fit a man. which may have tax problems.PROCLAMATION. Memorial Methodist Church pIOUS vote. i No contract was awarded for
suggested to check on jht-of- -- -,--- --- ---- ------- i iI James T. Dunnam
agenda for a hearing at a cabinet Johnson cited that Little Lea- furnishing a new city bus pend-
meeting. I way and that a survey by the I I First Baptist Church. gue activity was exceedingly, help. i ing tabulation] of those bids te-
State Head Department be se-r I John Dozier '
ful to the but
community ceived.
An alternate suggestion by I suggested :
; I
H I .Srfatton was to InVIte the over- cured. I First Presbyterian. Church that the city should make' The Commission also authorized
) .nor to attend well-attended ; E. V. Garcia seconded .the motion the world is threatened STATE OF FLORIDA Don Himmelman I more advanced plans for such action that advertising for bids be initiated

; *'.., 'function, poc/ibly.8.a dinner in this: and'' the vote S\as unanimous. I by the scourge of war which EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT L'atheran, Church in America I as that taken on( the play-.1 on an irrigation-4,system I ,4-c4.

county and that he be asked ,to Flenniken a ked 4mm7| Stey. : twice in our lifetime has brought I TALLAHASSEE ground to obviate such: objections for the golf course and lighting I
ens, Herb McKendree and Johnny I untold to mankind and I "r lhe business world an executive I
!state why he won't.hate 17 four. sorrow I as those raised in this case.' firtures and electrical equipment j
]laned. Pearce of Yulee to form the com now would most certainly accomplish -i WHEREAS, the State Association : knows something about i I'I In other business several] conI I for City Ball Park. \ | "HAPPY" IS HAPPY'TO

I mittee.R. the complete destruction of of County Commissioners of everything, a technician knows I, tracts were awarded to success- A discussion on the closing of ", IJE INFERNANDINA
,( hep. Wingate sard. that he pert I B. Daily suggested that the | all that we hold dear, Florida has set aside the period I(I everything about something, and ful bidders, as follows: North 17th Place was deferred BEACH

sonally doubted 95 would be start. North Jftkksonville Business AND WHEREAS wars begin in of March lS-22, 1963 for observ-I the switchboard operators. 'know I 1 I J. W. Hiers, Concrete received i iI until a later time. Differences of I
ed in Nassau County dining this I I Have Met Him?
Men's[ Association be approachedfor the minds of men; in the fears, :i ance of County Government Week, everything." Lloyd S. Waters, I the contract for several paving opinion of residents of the .area: You ,
administration and added that he I I
their support and it was approved } hatreds and !suspicions that frustrate and. Mountain Home (Ida.) News. 'I''projects' in the city, including]promoted the deferment j
would do everything in hja: pow that a group attend one I the of I WHEREAS{ it is fitting to call :I I _r__ ._ ___ '_u _
I purposes peaceful cooperation ... .
er to promote the cause of peopleof of their meetings to such I I
secure "
; and in the misunder- public attention to the achievements ,
this in both this and
: county
support. standing of peoples who are pris- of county government administered
oilier matter
Others at the meeting suggesting i oners of their national propa- by the various Boardsof COMET"IV1ARCH I
After considerable other discus, ; methods of approach to the ganda. uii i County Commissioners, and \ ANNOUNCEMENT ,
:son, Stratton was pressured a- 1
problem were Johnny Hutching .
AND WHEJJEAS; the President WHEREAS, County Governments .
I j train as to whit other routes could Mayor David Buchanan of llil- -
i '
of invited are cooperating partners
Rotary Intentional\, has -
I '
be explored and he advised that I
a Hard County Commissioner John with State and Governments ..
all Rotarians in 128 countries Municipal '
delegation checkith ]land ovnttt B. Higginbotham of Hilliard and to mate a' c ncerted effortto I,: in administering public affairs "-: .- I
U.S. 17 and if they'will) r : "
on see : several from the cities involved. : ,
I promote ahd advance world ; ..
donate the : I -' '" -:,
J necessary rightofwayfor of the '' '
An current : .
understanding among the peonleof NOW, THEREFORE, I, Farris .
!I 4-laning. meeting seemed to be the delay their c IJ1.l1uJ1itieduring! ; the Bryant by virtue of the authority "'" f'If 2ti, ,.&'. ..
The meeting sponsored by of 1U 95 in Nassau County at 1 : ;' I
was ... .
week of 17-23..}larch, 1903. vested in me as Governor of .. /> '. ":" .
the Fernandina Beach Y n Ice !least %pntil Georgia has started ,
the of Florida do ,
ANDv11.RS; .. the Rotarv State hereby I. !
Chamber of Commerce and president -, similar activity on the part in i ,.
Club of Feinandina Reach has rroclaim March 18-22 13, as ;: ; \;?( I
Chuck Fltnniken was asVed that state. Several voiced opinions t..
to name a committee. to explore that 05: i is sure to come but determined to respond to this invitation COUNTY GOVERNMENT WEEKin I. :'.:.; !' \ ,'. 't." ". : I

this possibility. that cny delay woud! be beneficial. '- with jlfograms and pro Florida and do encourage the i. ..> : :
This! was put in the form of a 1. jects in coroperatidn with Rotary several counties to develop their .. I Ir
I -6 __ .. .. clubs of other countries: that will '. io.
"f --' -- --- own observances of this occasion : ;t" ; I
bring to the people of their com- .
built around a public invita- .:. :' '
.i munites and ours a better knowledge tion to the citizenry to visit their "'-:&I'. fjj, ',\ I
I 0 -- of each other's live and
: a ]local l county courthouse, to observe 1.p

\\ ).\ 1 I the renewed cause determination of world understanding to advance, I the duties, services and functions .' I
I of its several departments .tJ.
\, \1'\1'.A \ i c::
: \ \ I NOW, THEREFORE, I, E. J. i, as part of a state-wide program 'l'- '
Smith, of Fernandina : I 4 \ I
mayor I of "Open Court House" in the 67 ,
I ;i( Beaeh," do hereby proclaim the : counties of Florida. ; ;; / Ir4t > '? -

: \t. \\\ ': week of 17-23 March, 1963, as I In WITNESS WHEREOF, I 'I': y \ .44' 4. c' .

i 1 WORLD UNDERSTANDING have hereunto set my hand l:I. ; ,

\ j WEEK I' and caused the Great Seal,of ,\" ; yo.t.t. -.""y o.

I and do urge all the people of i the State of Florida to be affixed \.'
I .i.-_ \- : Fernandina Beach to co-operate at Tallahassee, the Cajv-.'- ., ; ", .

; _;: ( wholeheartedly with the Rotary I ital, this 10th day of February .'- :
: Club in its purposes. A. D., 19C3 I
I &. I '
H\ j I also call upon the press, clergy -SEAL( ) "
schools] libraries, radio and ATTEST (s) Farris BryantGovernor

o \ television of this community to / I
I ""'r ....: I
lend their full support.I i (s) Tom Adams .

I WITNESS thereof I hereunto Secretary State "!!l".'!1 ,, ..- _: I' <':"" '.

I set my hand and cause the 4
r seal of the city of Fernandina WHITHER o THOU GOES 011.T '.

I .. .-.-. \\ ,, Beach to be E.affixed.J. Smith Mayor {I I Whither Whither thou thou longest goest I,will there go...wfflil.: I!: f' 'New'V-8 engineso hot you'll think it's July! 1

: \ Whether the weather be rain or :
Nassau Education snow. *" 1: r Smooth, responsive, thrilling: that's Comet's'new Cyclone 260 V8. This top performer. adds'

be tie
Whether rooftree skyThe
fire to Comet's fun-and-sun line. It's available in
new Comet
: ll'6 I stars in the sties cannot match: any -:racy new
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,. ; ,_ '' necessary funds for proposed That the bright eyes find ,," Sportster hardtops, jaunty new convertibles, sedans with Comet's classic roof, roomy station
school aid. meet my gaze at-thj
.. I 3. In an effort to widen the tax ; morning. wagons like the elegant Villager. For an extra-sporty touch, pick one of Comet's dashing

base that the first ; May the sun at the morn or the .
$1,000 value] S-22 bucket-seaters. Of course Comet gives service '
every you
: It's time to bring in your dollars and ': Homestead Property be taxed moon never rise ... 63 MERCURYsavers
for education -only. Homestead I If thou art not there at the like self-adjusting brakes. and the best record for resale "
: give them the protection they deserve !i I: exemption would remain at the i dawning; It COMET
present $5,000 figure but would For am I not thine, and thou value in its class.! Sound worth trying? See your Mercury dealer. L_

:. the security of a strong bank. ; apply} only to that portion above truly mine? COMET METEOR MEROURY...PRODUCTS OF Qg: ) MOTOR COM.ANY.\NCOlNMUCUJilY! DIVISION ?
the first valuation. 0 thus let it be forever!
$1,000 FCR & YEARS THE Of
Whether fortune be harsh
The resolutions were presentedto our 4
FLORIDA National Bank night meeting, passing without a What care I, if we are together? \ r I ;'- .

dissecting vote. They will also] be Herbert Luke 'er, -
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: ...0 I. S S 4.IM. .. ... presented to the other P-TAi in J
: .fFerjiandgniIecII the county for their consideration. : "Kever brag. If' you deserve

.. : During.the meeting a desire !' praise,vyou don't need it. If you Lasserre Motor Company

was broached that informed'pub- don't deserve it, nobody will believe
I : .. CUM* fCtXUt OIK*' MUMMCt (f Mt l* !,
,' lie opinion will insist on maintaining you anyway." Robert .G

i and improving high school Campbell! ZJtit (Pa.) ;ReeonJ- South Eighth Street YOUR FORD DEALER Phone 26M819
Li ) standards in 1: l
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. News-Leader, Fernandina. Beach, Florida Thursday, March 14, 1965', Page- -Thr- -- ..

I Mrs. Stuart Davis Miss Alvarez Bride of Daniel Griffin Mrs. Saga Sfeafte-Lmcftlom Swedish I Couple Honored. At Mrs. Gary Haddock _

Presides At Meeting Housewarming In( Honored .With I Cherub

Of. Edna Davis Circle I y tx New Home SundayMrs. Shower Thursday .
Vice-Consul Talks To Woman's Club

The Edna Davis Circle of the Vernon Pickett was hose Mrs. Gary Haddock was complimented

Women's Society of Christian 't.ot' ; ,,' ..' tess Sunday afternoon at a housewarming : with a delightful cherub

Service of Memorial Methodist ,1 Mrs. Saga Skafte Lindblom, honoring Mr. and Mrs shower last Thursday evening at

Church met Monday, March 11, s L ..., Swedish Vice-Consul of .Jackson DeWayne 'Crisp at their new I the Recreation Center. -Hostesses

at 9:30 am. in the Edna S. Ward > m' ; i I ville, spoke to members and visit- Harper-Daniel Vows Repeated March 6 I home at 408 South 15th St. Invited I for the affair were, Mrs. J. T.
N i
Classroom.Mrs. 6 4p I ors of the Woman's Club Wednes guests were the immedia1' Carter and Mrs. Bill Walker.
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Stuart Davis, vice-chair- -P/ ,,.. day, March 6th, following a lunch. families of the couple.An During the evening a numberof
man,.opened the meeting and : ::1 eon at the clubhouse which began urn of red tulips was usedon appropriate games and contests *

welcomed the seven members ,pre- #% ;; Y .S at 12:30. iL the console at the doorway and were enjoyed and prizes:

( sent. It was announced that the "International Relations" was; I i planters of fern and begonia were were* awarded to Mrs. Ruth Law

W S. C. S. meeting will be held the subject of the talk given by placed at vantage points through- cry, Mrs. Mary Ellen Barnhardt

March 25 at 10 a.m. at Parish / : this charming representative of out the rooms. and Mrs. Faye Phanstiel.

Jfall./ The Myrtie Burgess Circle : King Gustav of Sweden. Warmth Dainty finger sandwiches, par- I The honoree was presented a

will be hos:ss for a coffee pre 4 0 t rw and friendliness flowed throughher ty biscuits and ham chips 'n dips, shower, of gifts in a dainty white

vious to the meeting, with the I words as she gave her audience cake and cookies, mints and nuts I bassinet adorned with pink and

program subject being, "A Sign 1h much information about her f rl Y were served from the dining blue satin ribbon bows. A stork,

Unto You", to be presented by country and its relation to the table overlaid with a beautiful carrying a baby, stood atop the
!trs./-J. B. Thompson. t United States."International. A4\S t SM '' '! I I IA blue floral linen cloth. Coffee and I hood.

There will be an approved study peace depends on iced drinks were served from the The refreshment table was overlaid
prayer, three nights of holy prayer she reminded her buffet.'
t rY9 understanding", with a beautiful white linen,
inTarish Hall, Monday, April x listeners. She stressed the valueof Mr. and 'Mrs. Crisp received a cloth. The unique centerpiece was

8 through Wednesday, April 1,0, inviting forigners into our shower of gifts in remembranceof I a "stork" holding three, pink and
from 8 p.m. until 9 p.m., with in orderto _
I homes whenever possible l the occasion. blue entwined streamers, each'ex

Mrs. Robert E. Grey as chairman j give them a true picture ofI : u. ; :.'" L ZA1Lfk Enjoying the affair were, Mr. tending to a pink and blue cherub
/ I
Due to this, the April meeting *:
I American life. "The American on and Mrs. J. K. Crisp, Mr. and I cake. The center cake was' topped -
of the circle will be held April c'r
ejJr 4 the Riviera and other European S / Mrs. Shiell Sheffield, Miss Lynn with two infants and inscribed -
15 instead of April 8. It was repotted or
J t that there 28 .'uls e playgrounds is not always a good I Sheffield, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey "The Haddock Twins." The
made last month. were ambassador for his country", she I Crisp and children of Jackson- two end cakes were topped .with.

pointed out. ."'. ville, Mr. ancf Mrs. Burnell Holland tiny "booties." :
After a short business session, :
the meeting; was. closed: with the L ( R)4Mr The speaker touched briefly on i' A -. .. 4 and children, Mrs. Cecil I I Coffee, iced drinks andnuts' M -
,circle benediction and the members the Dag Hammarskjold Memorial Pickett, Miss Dorothy Jean Pick I were served with cake. : .:
International Research Institute i a wr. ett Mrs. Sadie Sheffield the
adjourned to the Sanctuary ',' ":: Enjoying the affair with .Mrs.

orthe New Life Meeting.Little at the University of Uppsala in L 1 ,\ '.., "..tJ.. "n honorees, and Mrs. Pickett and I Haddock and her hostesses were( ,
Sweden, where students and scientists .{: .: .,5'L'j children. Mrs. Ben Jones, mother of the
v !f; all the worM will "-.'.. '
Women Plan from over r honoree, Mrs. Ray O'Uourkc, Miss:
be invited to study and to carryout ; :' '..
'i ''.' Dorcas Class Meets Patsy Jones, Miss Lynn Sheffield,
Cohered Dish:* Upper research. The field of educa- .'" : .::.". '" Mrs. Richard Jones, 'Mrs. George
.I and Mrs. Daniel Griffin tion and science is fortunately aq j ., y. ,t. With Mrs. Grant, Hoffman Mrs. Charles Edwards: ,

Meeting TonigKt, area in which it seems possible : .rf Reveal Secret PalsThe Mrs. Richard Masters, Mrs. Mary
The First Baptist Church Mrs. Melba Shiver, organist, "-
: pro to establish a fruitful international lit
Ellen Barnhardt Mrs. Dennis i Buchanan -
The next regular 'meet&ig of the ?
vided the setting Sunday after rendered a of nuptial I of
program collaboration. AH fields ; oo"
Dorcos School frs
Class. Jones
Sunday Mrs. Alton +
Little Women will be at "
tonight, March 10, when Miss De- music as the guests assembled. ,
G at the Woman's Club. noon learning will be emphasized at .... . ,.. of First Baptist Church met Thurs Ruth Lavery, Mrs. Ruth Crimp
: .
pm. lores Janet Alvarez, daughter of Mr. Claude Haddock, soloist, '
sang i the institute humanities, natural "
-- day, March 7th with Mrs. L. S. and Mrs. Faye Phanstiel. .
This: will be a j.oyc.jed: dishsuptx' Mr. and Mrs. Albert Alvarez, became "Beea use." : : (: I : : :
I sciences, medicine, agriculture, :/ .. {,.t \ Grant as hostess, with thirteen ----
t. It U: remin4j.lha.t enJriiU" : the bride of ,Daniel Web- x..t..tijtK.:.
Mrs. Charles W.: Howard was law, theology, etc. .-"and all re. ,... .,.h : ., :: members present.
\\ bring the desirftlj.; juniorsthe ster Griffin. the bride's matron'of honor and : of Uppsala University
salads and vegetables, and the sources Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Daniel As the members assembled, there
: The Rev. J. T. Dunnam, pastor, only attendant. She wore a becoming will be made available to the for '
sophomores the meat dishes. j I was much merriment as they discovered -
j performed the ceremony at ,four suit of green. wool, complemented II eign guests. Anyone who meets Miss Mattie Delores Harper, !. I who their "Secret Pals"
by beige accessories. the standards attend. Information I
"tfo opportunity is ever lost.I o'clock. may daughter of Malcolm James lIar- Julia had been for the past three months Cinderella1
Her of white concerning this Mary
corsage was roses. program became the bride of James
takes those The is the of per,
The other person I bridegroom son The meeting opened with devot
secured from
you miss." Mr. and Mrs. Dan Griffin. James Griffin was best man for may be Jacksonville.Mrs. Dennis Daniel, Wednesday even- Celebrates 10th ional by Mrs. J. B. Haddock, using dresses
----- his brother and ushers were Ben- Skafte-Lindblom in ing, March 6, at Memorial Meth-
ny Alvarez, brother of 'the bride, John Robas introduced the odist Church. The Rev. John Birthday At PartyMiss scriptures followed from the sixth chapterof make] a girl ;
I John, by
.- ; and Charles Griffin brother. of: speaker and Mrs. George T. Davis, Louis Jones, pastor, performed the prayer.
bridegroom. I club president, thanked her for her I ceremony at seven-thirty o'clock. Mary Julia Brewton cele- Mrs. L. A. Jones president, pre feel so pretty!
o i talk. Mrs. Davis also thanked brated her 10th ,birthday Satur- sided at the business session. Pro-
fln Theatre Given in marriage by her father ,.The bridegroom is the son of day, March 9th at t
: the various committees for their a party given ject for the month and visitation
the bride wore a handsome Mr. and Mrs. James Daniel, also
work toward making the luncheon I by her parents, pro and Mrs. Cecil were discussed. It was voted to
two piece winter white wool suit I, of this city. B. Brewton, contribute nine dollars towards the L
.. ,Phone 201-4849 D. W. Roberts, Mgr. with white fox collar. Her hat a success. This luncheon was another Y
"first" for the club Large white baskets, holding Several appropriate re-upholstering of the church
Saturday & Sunday- Matiness At 2:30- One Show was a cloche of maline covered white chrysanthemums, baby's
I Everyone present favored a "re- were enjoyed, with a prize goingto chairs and also give five dollars>>
,. with tiny white- blossoms. Her I breath and fern, flanked by toward IntermediateG. ,, ,,,
---- --- peat" for next year. Miss Caroline Dickens, after sending an /
accessories were in white and she<
-I I Mrs. R. B. Lockwood led the branched candelabra holding i which refreshments were served A. girl to the G. A.'s 50th Anni
; Friday & Saturday carried a white orchid nosegay. pledge to the flag and the club lighted white tapers, were used on by Miss Margie Brewttxi Mrs. versary, to be held in Memphis,

For her daughter's wedding, I collect. Mrs. Thad Lee, recording each end of the altar. Brewton, Mrs. Alene Lotspeichand Tennessee in June.

"GIRLS} GIRLS! GIRLS!" :I Mrs. Alvarez wore a flame-beige I secretary, read the minutes in the Mrs. Fred Conner rendered a Mrs. Barney Hall. Following the meeting, several /7Y'.E'' ,
: suit with matching hat, and gold
PutSLEY absence of Mrs. Larry Sellers. program of organ music as the Those helping the honoree cele- games, under the supervision of 1

: ELVIS STELLA STEVENS I accessories. Mrs. J .C. Bennett gave the treas- guests assembled. The traditional! brate were, Misses Mary Lucy Mrs. Jack Hamrick, were enjoyed, I V i

I Mrs. Griffin, mother of theI < urer's report wedding marches were used. Mierzejewski, Ester Kavouklis, I with a prize going to Mrs. Grant. y w

: Technicolor I I bridegroom, wore a becoming Mrs. J. H. LaChance, 2nd vice- Miss Joyce Brannan was the Lucy Libby, Jamie White, Cathy i Delicious refreshments were ser .

-0- : green wool jersey frock, with president thanked Mrs. T, C. Cor- bride's maid of honor. She wore Crisp, Lisa Stone, Sally White, i ved.

I I I! white hat and gloves. bett and Mrs. B. F. Dickens, chair- a frock of, pink silk, enhanced Ginny Alverson, Caroline Dickens,

Sunday & Monday"THE' Immediately following the ceremony man and co-chairman of the lunch with a matching tulle stole. She Cindy 'Justice, Cynthia Piper, Chapter 55 OES

a reception was held at the eon for their work. carried a bouquet of white car- Kathy Crews, and Jack Dickens ,
home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mrs. S. H. Davis, 3rd vicepresident nations. Bill Brewton and Glenn Brewton, Pays Tribute To ,
LION"I I: Howard. thanked Mrs. B. F. Dickensfor Bridesmaids were Miss Judy i
1 I During the evening the couple securing the palm tree for the Gardner of Jacksonville, who Hostesses Honor Departed

: ; ,', WILLIAM I IIOLDEN CAPUCINE left for a wedding trip to South foyer of the clubhouse. Mrs. Davis chose a dress of pink polished Fernandina Chapter No. 55,

TREVOR HOWARDCinemascope I Florida. also announced that the club has cotton with lace eton and Miss Mrs. Faye Estes Order of The Eastern Star, held its

___ ,. f Out-of-town guests were Mr purchased' two new coffee mak- Dorothy Jones, who wore a pink At Cherub Shower regular meeting on Tuesday night,

I and Mrs. Al Parideso of Jackso- ers. sheath. They each carried a bou March 5, with Mrs. Cleo Brinson,
: : '". : : COLOR HY DE LUXE ville. Mrs. Walter Preston, 4th vice- quet of white carnations. Mrs. Faye Estes was honored worthy matron, and Mr. James .

1 president, expressed, profound regret Clarence Edens served as best Friday evening, March 8th, witha Beard, acting worthy patron, pre- I a1 N.sTm
on behalf of the club for the man for the bridegroom and ush- delightful cherub shower at the f
----- --- --- -- siding.
Mamie Mills Circle loss by death of Mrs. Nimrod ers were Charles McKendree and home of Mrs. Ray Tinsley. Hostesses The altar was draped in memoryof

Meets At Parish Long and Mrs. L. G. Thompson.Mrs. Larry Schuman. I for the affair were Mrs.
Mr. George Turner, of Tampa,
R. M. Gough, chairman of Given in marriage by her father I
Charles Estes and Mrs.
Hall I In MarchThe the recent Woman's Club play,, the petite bride was radiant in Tinsley. I past worthy grand patron of the t
The refreshment table
thanked everyone who helped to her wedding gown of white rose- was grand chapter of Florida, and a

\ Away they go! To picnics, parties Mamie Mills Circle ChristianS of theWomen's make the play a success. point lace over rustling taffeta., overlaid with a; white, linen cloth, i memoriam read for him. S t. ,
of ;
Society Mrs. R. E. Phinney, member o'the The bouffant ballerina length skirt with two lighted yellow tapers
\ and They They rvice, of Memorial Methodist I Mrs. Sudie Nichols from Bald I
prance. .
skis ,
proms philanthropic committee, reported flared from the fitted bodice, en- flanked at each end. A pink and 7f ]4, :
dance. They swing where'erethey Church met Monday, March 11, at that all denial appoint- hanced with a V-neckline. A stole win Chapter, and grand "represen I I
N. the Parish Hall for a short busi- ments for indigent children have of soft, white silk chiffon was white cake, topped with a "baby tative to Iowa, was introduced Lacy ruffles.Tiny tacks ;

A go. Slim, smooth, ness meeting. been completed.Mrs. caught to her back coiffure and bootie", centered the table. A and escorted to the East. A courtesy I All the special touches that,

w N light-footed f lovelies Mrs. J. W. fliers, chairman H. D. Cook, member of thegarden extended to a fingertip length. She white ruffeled bassinet held the was extended to her and Mrs. new ipring dresses should

from Datebook! welcomed the members presentand committee, reported that wore pastel blue slippers and II i 1- many gifts presented, the honoree Flora Mitchell sang a beautiful l have.All in carefree '
offered the devotion "Touchof has do- and appropriate song. Mrs. Lillian. fabrics that need.
the Magnolia Garden Club I bow length gloves 0 f matching I in remembrance !of the occasion.
\: The Masters Hand." A short nated a magnolia tree to the club blue. She carried a bouquet of Bounds presented Mrs. Nichols a I. almost ironing.
business session held at I Those attending were, Miss gift from the Chapter.
was and that it has been'planted on white carnations interspersed with I
tiI which time committee reports and the rounds. bridal wreath and white satin rib- I( Linda Estes....,/Mrs. Travis Mullis, After the meeting adjourned

$5.99 :: announcements were given. Mrs. 0. R. Sanders, member ol Mrs. Mae Kitchens, Mrs. Ray refreshments were served.
c..: bon.Mrs. A. Allan'sATLANTIC s
The annual district meeting of the gerontology committee, reported Daniel chose for her son's O'Rourke, Mrs. John Stillwell, Past matrons and past patrons' S.

the W. S. C. S. will beheld Mon- that $272.00 was made on wedding, and aqua knit suit worn Mrs. Bonnie Bishop, Mrs. R. 0 will be honored at the next

F ) FASHION day, March 18, at 10 a.m. at the the recent rummage sale, and with white accessories and a corsage Feige, Mrs. R. J. Fiege, Mrs. Em- meeting to be held on March 19, AVENUE
Avondale Methodist Church in thanked all contributors of mer of white carnations.Mrs. ily Fiege and Mrs. Joyce Tinsley. at 7:30.

BOARD J acksc \'ille. chandise' and time. John Peplow, who sat in -- -- -

The study on "Prayer" will be Before closing the meeting, the proxy for the bride's mother, worea ,

SELECTED +r in Parish Hall, April 8, 9, and 10 president made the following an- tie silk frock of brown and

) at 8 p.m. Mrs. R. E. Gray, chair- nouncements of interest: black, with Russian squirrel stole Fernandina Laundry & Cleaners
man for the study, reminded A coffee for new and prospec- and matching hat. She wore black !

members to bring their World the members will be given on accessories and a corsage of whit?

Banks to the circle meeting in March 27th in the home of Mrs. carnations. i IS NOW OFFERING
L04 April. Members were urged to Henry J. Allison on Atlantic Immediately following the cere- f

... make.a special effort to call members Avenue. Anyone interested whose mony, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel en- COIN OP CLEANING
e and attend the .New Life name is not already on the list tertained with a reception at their

Meeting, to be held by Rev. C. E. should get in touch with Mrs. John home at 400 South 3rd Street. I OR (

... -.<, ., We&t of Quiiicy, in two services Gregory.The The bride's table was overlaid PROFESSIONAL CLEAN ONLY
daily.It annual fashion show, sponsored with a handsome lace cloth

SHOES :fl was announced that Mrs.\ II by the philanthropic finance and centered With a tiered wed 9

1 S. Luke will be hostess in April ommittee, will be held on April ding cake 'topped with a minia- F'0'

,! flrM l and the meeting was adjournedwith 21th. Mrs. R. N. Wood .is in ture bride, in white satin\ and WHY SPEND TIME WAITING,
benediction. charge of tickets. bridegroom, standing in an arch
The District sewing contest will of rosebuds with large satin bow.
tit. be: held on Tuesday March 2Gth Mrs. C. W. Mitchell served cake
Circle Members Fete at the Jacksonville Woman's Clubon and Mrs. Colon Nettles presidedat CAN USE OUR PROFES /sSOYAL

i Riverside Avenue. CLEAN ONLY tamned
I Mrs. Otto PhanstielWith the punch bowl. g
The Florida Federation.of Wom Massive arrangements of pink SERVICE' WHICH s
Stork Shower an's Clubs will convene this year azaleas were used throughout the INCLUDES Q fh

April 15-19, in West Palm Beach.
St Gerard's of St rooms. Free Mothproofing
Chapter One of the most interesting visitors time with and
: Peter's Episcopal Church met at After spending some : 3 3a
at the luncheon meeting Wed- Regular Spotting Clothes
f their guests, the _c' iple left on a
the,home of Mrs. J. Lancaster
.s nesday was Mrs. H. M. W. Wardof West Palm Beach
wedding to of
Monday March 11 at 8
_ Baltimore, a former residentof and of interest in Central
It was announced that the points For 25c lb. c
will in the Fernandina Beach. Mrs. Ward Florida. Mrs. Daniel chose for .
group participate covered -
A dish luncheon to be Meld). at was president of the local Woman's traveling, a two-piece beige suit 1 LI5. or 100 LBS. } e
Club for a number of years with lace bodice. Her accessorieswere Suggest o
the church on March 14, at 10:30
S a.m. The circle listened to a record the and city she who has look numerous forward friends to her in in black. Blankets 50c = 0 ur
at the
I--- "PARTIN'S "God Isn't Dead!" by Ger- Out-of-town gusts ceremony j
Behanna author of "The were, Ronald Greeson of
trude :
L Greeting guests at the door Wells Each \
Lake City, Mrs. Jim and
Liz" after discus
ATLANTIC AVENUE Late ; which a were Mrs. Stuart H. Davis and Miss Joan Wells of Vnlee. Mrs. C. CASH AND CARRY PrOfessionpPICK
0 sion was led by Mrs. L. Lowe.
_ \ N HIONE[ 261-4241 Immediately following the program Mrs. Thad Lee, Jr. W. Mitchell of Callahan, Mrs. Andrew Ii
Sparkman of O'Neal and
the circle was hostess to a
Life magazine reported that a Mrs. R. F. Jones of Chester, grand aniny .Y
baby shower for Mrs. 0. Phan I UP AND I ,
survey of 25 merchandiseminded mother of the bridegroom. 1 .
S stiel. Beautiful gifts were presented -
p builders from coast to roast DELIVERY I Service 5/
the honoree in a blue box
$5.99 which had been gaily decoratedby showed that builders credit CO "They used to say that a fool

_, Mrs. G. Vizcarrando and Mrs. 'of their sales to newspaper ads and his money are soon parted, 30c Ib. I II 0

W. O'Leary. Sandwiches and but now wit happens to all of us." HANGERS

punch were served by the co-hos M, A. Johnson, Blue Earth 13 North: 3rd Street EXTRA UNLESS

.. ...., .. rr tesses, Mrs. J. Lancaster and Mrs. Trade At Home Minn.) Faribault. County Regis Phone 261-4257 FURNISHED

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; News-Leader, Penwndlna Beach, Florida! Thursday March 14, .1063. _. -- -- -- ,"_ .
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Workshoo Held On Julanne's Dance *ngagerrl6nt! told Florida I ; Federation Wigh Echoes. .
Scho&l: '
.. Sewing Machines Students Attend Here By Parents Junior 1 High-Light.! i

For Area HD ClubsThe .Ballet March 8 t. ilr. and Mrs. Clifford E. ()*e, S ,BT JANICE SWEATT S Of Garden Club fiT SHARON COUGH j

Sr., of Arlington, Virginia, fonn
Fernandina Beach anY Ballet students from the Jul- erly of Jacksonville, announce tht Hi! A Future Teacher's of between the faculty and the students i p Hi! If seems as if a,new fad has r I
lte. Home Demonstration Club anne School of Dance attended engagement of their daughter America- meeting was held Marchat I basketball team last Friday Offers Scholarships; <'ome< over the stud uli of FBHS.

sponsored a workshop on, "The the performance of the San Francisco 4th_ period in the Home Economics -! at 6th period. The,very unofficial ;I Jlany of the students, ..are. placing County Board I
Care and Use of the Sewing Ma.thine" Ballet on March 8 at thE I tennis ".'
( try $:
l", Laboratory -S score (I say unofficial because The Florida Federation of Garden f or i .
.. ) Tuesday, March 12 at 10 Jacksonville Civic Auditoriuir ;; S S" with I don't think keptan Clubs, Incorporated is : fngj f should \ I
Kathy I anyone } sponsoring (Continued from Page One)
a.ra. in the Conference Room at with their teacher Mrs. Julann ,' p: :., > ft.:' Allison presid accurate score) was 80-25 in its eighth three-weels Cori- say,) Tennis jgl _

the Recreation Center. Owens. ; ..to' <. <'Ing. After roll :i i favor of the faculty. servation Workshop for Teachers i. wonderfulspori __ : eintfodeni Angelo Scussel to

R. t Holt! and William C Following the performance, the 1 V iii., i'f.y.... and I Last Monday at 5th period and at Florida State University Tallahassee ll l- and da en- S check the area and see what could

: Rhodes, representatives of the I students were escorted backstage t 'call minu.1 Friday at 6th period, Advisory l June 19- July 10. I joybIe 1 one. be done to remedy the situation.

Singer Sewing Machine: ( Company i I by Mr. Leon Kalimos, managing ..c"r4 .*' ?,? tes, the Council meetings were held. New This workshop carried three J Jsem | Hate fun. .., W. A. Schnrene, of EHwards

showed a film on "What Makes It director of the Ballet Company S. "S I Gainesville was I shrubbery for the school was discussed ster' hours university resident A ii aSsemblj ,," Fish Camp asked that the entrance

Sew"j which explained! the opera- where they met the dancers, received t 5" :discussed.- A at this time. credit, graduate or Under washie1dues. road off Highway 200 be ,-c
tion of the machine am) how im their autographs and had members 11// graduate. The workshop may be ."; named Edwards Road in honor of
portant each part is in making a their pictures taken with them. The Library Club met March Gin used for teacher certification i ttay so that the the late founder of the camp and ''

perfect stitch. Many interesting facts were __ ___I looking forwatd the library. Overcfue fines credit. Classes are held in air candidates who ,, I that
A question and answer period learned about the performers anc jo'the trip wnich will be taken I II were raised to three cents and conditioned classrooms from 9:00: I were running for: Student Council! that the settlement in area

followed and Mr. Rhodes demon. the scholarship of one of Amer. I: 4pril 2 by bus, if possible; otherWise new books were selected by the 12:00 and 1:00: 4:00: for 15 j elections i could present their be named Edwards Villa. He also !

atr ted the various fancy stitcheson ica's two chief Ballet Companies. I cars ,will provide transp r- t students for future order. class. days. speeches to the student body. S asked that the county give

the machine. Nolan Dingman, one of Jack- tation. f I S Most afternoon sessions consist The candidates who ran what aid they could on maintain

Mrs. Carl Quattlebaum, pres!. sonville's Ballet Guild Directors A basketball game was playedPersonals See you next week! ? of committ work and do not in were, president Steve Beckett, ing and possibly surfacing the

dent, conducted short business gave an informative talk about elude all class members every S
S a blAnc Lewis YieepristdentDon.td road.
.meeting and several announce being host to the South East Civic "- day. Arrangements, therefore, can
Pallet Companies at the Ballet be made for workshop particl- I, Jacobs, Mike Fial; secretary- There was a Question as to
ments made.A .
were festival to be held in April at : pants to take an additional t course, I kathy Hardee, Sherry Lang, treasurer I whether the road belonged to the
covered dish luncheon wa TheGarden county or Rayonier -Incorporated.
the Jacksonville Civic Auditorium. so long as it does not conflict -Linda Allen, Tommy Oliver.
: ierVed at and includ. I
noon guests with the schedule. The Board said they would check
Students attending were, Judy morning
: ed Mr. and Mrs. C. T. DeSandroand t The outcome of the election is as I their position and give any pos
Hahn, Mary .Julia Brewton, Mar ScholarshipS-
Mrs. M. K. Kearse, Sr., of Diane Leslie to Jefl $65.00 are follows S
gie Brewton, Sharon Hell, Janice, Mr. Dewcy Basket offered ,teachers or principals. : president eve Beckett; sible assistance.
"Denmark, S. C. flings Jetton, son of Mr and Mfs.J. t. vice president Mike Blue Cross-
Tiner, Donna Klein, (former pu.pit This sum covers the greater patt Fiats; secretary The hike in rates by
Mrs. J. L Andin:, Mrs. L. W. W. Jetton of Carrebelle1, Florda. Blue Shield insurance
of Nolan Dingman), Julie Lee, of Re Lniv rsity fees. -Sherry Lang;. treasurer- on hospitalization
Platt, Mrs. K. II. Olfort, Mrs. BY JANE SCOFIELD
for discussion
Jamie White, Penny Britton. came up .
Anyone desiring further In. Tommy Oliver. The student council
James Claxton and Mrs.I Daisy Louise Britton, John McNutt, Miss Lowe graduated from Forest ; formation.'S and, blanks ,I and the Board voted to contribute

J.augford of Yulee attended. Judy Kear, Barbara Becton, Bun -' Sherman High School, Ka|)- Our'subject this week Js the red I may contact Superintendent application John is a serious item at FBHS sinceit I la fixed amount to the insuranceof
es, Italr. She is Junior at is our school government.At .
now a
Puletti, Julanne Owens, Faith all corfhty non-political em
T. Weisner's office
ny __ __ bud tree. Our town should have ,. Fernandinai
.. ..- Britton, Sally White, Linda White. Florida State University, Talla-! more of them, planted not only 'by J i Beach. the joint Footbalf Basketball ployees. ; '
Jetty. Davis, Alma Shufflebarger hassee education., majoring Miss in Lowe's Elementary individuals but also used in city 1 Banquet last Thursday night, Tax AssQigor Eddie McKendree'

and Suzanne Weatherford. Carrebelie fiance landscaping. It is, of course, now our well} known and very popular gave the Commission a detailed
Parents attending were, Mrs. graduated; from High Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wharton too late to plant them this season, Donaldson Urges Vennis Pipkin was awarded "Most i account of the work his office has
School, and is
Thad Lee, Dr. J.. B. Britton, Mrs. Florida State now ,a Senior He at Ward of Baltimore, Maryland, but now .when,.they are decked in :, Valuable Pirate" and also received done to date on the current re-
Murray, Mrs. Gene Weatherford, graduates this April. with BS._ former residents of Fernandina all their rosy beauty is time for Retirement Plans the Captain of the Team award. I classif icatipp program of .all county -

ftf ) and Mrs. Bradford White. Degree from the School of a.Busi- : Beach, are visiting here for a us to turn to ouf December calen- This award is voted, on by the I property\
month at the Seaside Motel A. {I boys of the football team them-
ness. dars and make a notation to pur-j JtcKendree reported that 550

Dythian Sisters Ask Miss Lowe is the grand4augh.. partments. chase and plant one or ore bare I j, Be Made Early selves. Letters were also distri. I square miles of the county's approximate -
buted to th(ball placers and cheer !I "
I IrJe&af.I Zontribution of Old ter of Mr. S. A. Webster and the Friends of Mrs. Charles 51. root plants. One might even experiment I 625 square miles has
: leaders 'and both
with one was a happy I been classified and that 410
air-layering or { ,
late Mrs. Webster of this Jacksonville will Workers
1 I city. Cooper of regret past retirement age sad occasion I
for the seniors.The
Pinecastle branches abo t sizea miles have been field
Hose For more pencil
she is confinedto I square
A late fall wedding is planned. to hear that should visit the social security
to little later as the spring flush II I Little Women will hold their checked.
St. Vincents Hospital. I office whether or not they .planto I I
The Pythian Sisters are requesting of growth gets under way, or if retire. : monthly meeting at the Woman's lie also revealed that 2000
I "You don't have to wait
that anyone who has old Temple 7 Birthday r Bobby Fussell, student at Georgia there is a branch growing near until retirement file I Club Building Thursday night The property record cards have been
hose, bring them, clean please, to Zelebrated' March 1 11 1 ..Southern College, visited last the ground simple layering of I security claim l according your social to meeting will begin at the 6:00: pm.1.I filled out to date,. covering. 125
either Mary K's Department Storeor weekend with his parents, Mr. and scraping the underside of the :i R. B. social *rwith I a covered dish Supper, after' square miles.

S "HAPPY" IS HAPPY to Myrtle Rizer at the Golden By Pythian Sisters Mrs. R. L FusselL branch and weigntihg it or pin :district ponaldson, in Jacksonville.security which .a program will be given Jby
Isle Motel.! They will be sent to ning it in the ,eartfy might bring manager" Mr, Sether. The/seniors are reminded -
TO HE IN PinecasUe School in Jacksonville Fern ndin Temple 7 Pythian Buster Bailey will arrive Fri. results. Some trees and hrubs t"In fact, Donaldson said" "youshouldn't to bring desserts, Juniors jng: a FEA meeting in Jacksonville -

FERNANDINA llEACH for a project now underway. Your Sisters held a regular meeting day to spend the weekend with,.his i layer much more-successfully than i wait until then. salads and vegetables and Sophomores Friday there will be no

contributions will be appreciated Monday, farch 11, and celebrated parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burns Bait others and at this writing we do I There are many reasons fot meat dishes. school.
Have You Met Him? ..
: I by Sisters.> the children and the Pythian I the birthday of the,Temple, which University.ey. Buster is a student at Stetson. S' not in know this how respect.the. redbud stackstip i is this.that Perhaps some workers the most can important collect Since the teachers will be attend. I See you next week!

was re-organized ,on March 14, payments even though they continue
Frankie .Morris 'student at the An air layer is accomplished by
1945. A few'uf:the charter in m. to work. Too many workers
University of Florida, visited last' removing a ring of bark; ore tf
bers were on hand for the cele- think only complete retirement I ARMSTRONG
weekend with his Parents, Mr.Mrs. and two inches long, scraping. of! the : '
them for social
i; : DAY SALE bration, cambrium down toi I qualifies
OPENING I [ Charles Morris. green layer The truth is that a man who
Edna Grant chairman
program the white wood, then wrapping
had Miss Susan student at earns $1700 can get all but $250of t
a very interesting paper othe Crisp with wet sphagnum mos'ssqueez I'
I ; AZALEAS BUns AND BLOOMS Order and Carolina visited his social security retirement
history of the of Western College, d dry and this wad of moss
::.:.. LIGUSTRUM I POTTSPOHUM I YEW Fernandina' Temple, which was en- last weekend with her parents, covered with plastic or aluminumfoil I checks for the year. SALES AND

DOGWOOD\ CEDAR joyed by all present. Mr.[ and Mrs. Buell Crisp. secured at each end. 'The I Another little known fact is INSTALLATION '

The next regular willie works well for that a worker past retirementage
meeting plastic yery one
on March 25 and wilt be held Miss Mary Thompson will arrive can see when sufficient roots I can collect for any month he PORTER
GAMBLE &: LEWIS NURSERY at 7:00 p.m. instead of the regular tomorrow to spend the weekend have grown for the. layer to be doesn't earn over $100., .A'self.. LOVEQUIST :
with her Mr. and Mrs.
FERNANDINA. BEACH, FLA. hour. This will be the date ofthe I parents removed. It is cut slightly below I employed person can be paid fot Color Center
J. B. Thompson. Mary is a studentat \
month he isn't active in hit
visit of the Sunshine'Girls the layer, the plastic removed and I i any ,
AtFive Points Phone 261-4514 Stetson University.Miss business. j 8th St At Five Points phone 261-3068
from Jacksonville. the entire plant, moss included,
Another reason workers should Carpet Ya par Paints Paper:

9'.. ..:- ,..-. .. .. -. -- -, 'It is hoped that a. great many Louise Rauschert, studentat planted be in a container untit'rootq.whore it I sign i up early is to get every ,_ .
cared for ,
1c ------- will be on hand to enjoy this won- Stetson University, will spend can are -- -+--
I I 1 .. derful .work and see what can be the weekend with her parents, Mr. well established. Later it may be thing set up ahead. of time. I

I. / 1J Custom Made done with the young girls as fu. and Mrs. B. L. Rauschert. I planted where it is to grow,. I who Donaldson plans to referred work until to the he's man 6i MARCH 19-24-JAX COLISEUM
of the Sis The redbud (the scientific name
i ture members Pythian
t Slip Covers Drapes ters. AH parents are* urged to Mrs. Jerry Norton of Norfolk, I is Cercis canade sis) is native to I "If he'll come in at 65," Donald- Tickets on Sole at ColiseuM, 1145 Adams,

Virginia, is spending two weels North and Central Florida and son said, "we, can get him signed Or_ot_Doer Before Each Performance
their .
I bring daughters. I .
FINEST MATERIALS with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. the has been up, get his age established, 'and I .
through so removed -
to t GUARANTEED I After the meeting the members alph' N. Wood. I from years the woods that it is tell him just exactly what he'll S ;; ;;: %\ :
WORKMANSHIP i were entertained by a hat shown, I get from social security when he
,I ,' FREE ESTIMATESJerry's hats being designed and made by Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Crisp and! I now on Florida's Conservation does retire. That way, when he AULOUS .

I several of the members. Prizes children, of Jacksonville, visited List. This does not mean that "does finally stop work, his checksare YEAR!

c.. W-: ; ...... .' were awarded for the prettiest and last weekend with his parents, Mr I you cannot use the lovely spring reAdy for him." !I _

i ;.,-J'. : DraperiesCi the most original hats. and Mrs. J. K. Crisp of Yulee. Blossoms from you own trees as I ":The sdcial security office In I SPECTACUtAR / S

I & r! =--- Garden Clubs I
cut flowers. pro Jacksonville is open Monday and FUN f1LEO!
t Slip Covers Kavouklis :
Mr. and Mrs. Mercury ,
"' I 2"
HibiscUs Glub will have as their guests several hibit its use in flower shows and through Friday. Donaldson suggested ?(1)2. ,. ,
rnone 261-3741: 1120) South &lh St.
next week, his brother, Mike fiown uponjts use in public places that people call the ojlfice S '
_ __ __ ___ ___n ._-__ [ To Meet Monday' d:1js before coming in. "We can usually ) '
Cavouklis for the State
attorney where its beauty might influence
tell what you'll need to
With Mrs. ShankThe you
Milk Commission in Tallhassee, I
to into the woods and
someone go bring in and the best time to
and Mrs. Kavouklis. They will arrive .
Hibiscus\\Garden Club will mutilate the trees. Bare. root come," he said. :" "

tijc 1Ince Saloon meet March.J8i( t..8 p.hi. at the Monday. plants are bought from nurseries, I ,i :
home Ms.'IB.5Shank at 147 A rattlesnake does not necessarily -
the easier b 1
plants being

:: Florida Oldest and Most Historic I North be Mrs.18th'Jack:'Stibi-hostesses"Jiamrick: and Mrs.A. will. I FHP Urges Auto establish.forms younger a tree The.20-30 native feet variety and is strikes rattle, according every to time Ross before Alleh'it, jfr I, foSTRIMCS

:.z Fernandina Heach's Favorite Mcelin Place 11. ReynoldsJJS'" I hardy from New Jersey south- veteran herpetologist of Florida's $3.50 lows 1-17 Mcr. 19-22gOO: P.M. .
Roll call l will ban exchange. of Checkups To Cut ward. There' is a Chinese varietywith Silver Springs. ; : $2.30 rows 18-29 Mar. 23, 8:45; Matinees:
:, ;
"; For The Finest In Beverages seeds. { $2.00 rows 30-33 Mar. 23-14, 1 P.M..5 P.M.
} and
** 1 ,if L glossier leaves deeper "Every man in America is Children tinker 12, hAlf price, at 5 P.M. Shows, Mar. 23-24
Arrangements "Branches o f Down MishapsTallahassee colored flown to be had from
:: Boiled Shrimp Ham On Rye Beauty", an orf ntal arrangement; nurseries, also a white form. The proud of his right of life, liberty Tickets May Be Resmed in E /nandifli.peach S
:E Kosher Sandwiches ; BarbecueNew will be made by Mrs. Virginia Chinese variety is more' shrubbyin and the happiness of pursuit. iilaSflc
Higginbotham, Mrs. L. K. Nolan, Now is the timeto our climate. S Gerald K. Young, Blakesburg Al,Waas Dru& Store On Avenue S

..... Mrs. S. L Tarlton and Mrs. C. get your car ready for warm The redbud is a fine shade tree (la.) Excelsior. .
weather driving to minimize the -- ---5' .
-- ,- ..- -,- -- -- W. Quattlebaum. for a small lot Its rather flattop ___ -" ----- -
The door prize will be donated chances of a highway mishap. and pretty heart shaped leaves -

-- II by Mrs. W. C. Owens. says the Florida Highway Patrol. make it attractive for most of the A
: I Although Floridians have experienced WHAT COULD Water Heaters
cold'win. rear, and as it blooms early it is
an unusually
really deciduous for a. comparatively -
Beauty for Your Lawn/ Hospital Auxiliary ter, the patrol said that prin? short time. It does have : '

Luncheon, Hat Show and the increase of automobiles or I seedpods which will hang on at /; BE EASIER?

Date At Hand l our highways" are both just around times and look dreary. Its blosioms That tifaatty

NEW SUCCESS WITH ALL GROWING TH'INGS the corner. are produced on both old and ,
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Warmer days will mean an extra new wood.
By Win ifitd Junck
I number of week-end pleasure Redbuds seem to grow well once S V
Last Call! All Aboard! for mi seekers on the highways of the tarted in our gardens hereon costs rou. Nothing!

lady's show of bonnets and lunch state and thos cars will add tc imelia Island, much better than II
eon March 21 at 12 noon at the the confusion on roads that ar to
dogwoods. They require a
Recreation Center, tickets $1.25. already overtaxed with traffic. .
4rom. rained soil which is on the acid S ,
p 4 Mrs. L 0. Carpenter will keep the "One of the safest things to dr ide, so feed them the same fer- 30 Gal. Glass; Lined -.10 Year Warranty ;
nursery for the children. right now," declares the Patrol je-r J
rmours :jlizer used for camellias and a- ) .
: Our new order of te nagers, "is to get your automobile in first aleas. This same fertilizer is alo !- ;

The Candy Stripers, will l serve. class running condition for tkf given to hollies and dogwoods .. QLr4i White/ Gas Water Healer

,1. Creat NeWs \ The menu will be, buttered biscuits spring days ahead so that you car The redbud is also called the

congealed lime salad, turkeyala enjoy a full measure of fun instead Judas Tree because of the legend

king, apple rings, assorted of the unpleasantness of an that Judas Iscariot is supposed to
;1 homemade cake and coffee. unnecessary breakdown. "" have hanged himself on this vi- Your Electric Water Heater .Will .Make Down ; Payment. Pay.

Come join us for a wonderfultime. "Thousands of people who have. iety of tree. The story goes that
ments Up To $5.00 A Month fin Be Made From Your SavingsOn
\ been holed! up at home during the the flowers of the tree were orig-

winter will get the desire to hi' ;nally white but the tree was so :
i iS
I : Ode To Milady umiliated by the use made of it
the trails when it
.t' pleasure warmsup '.bat it blushed in shame and from

Spring BonnetCome and they should see their fa,. ben on produced rose-pink 'blosoms. Spring

orite mechanic now and let bin1 Special! :

-.-.... We' will One have! Come i ball All! check over their automobile

With our suprbes galore, see if it i is really ready for the
Tor better results from
.... your flowers Youll want to come back for more. road," the Patrol said.

garden Shrubs trees And the eats will be a treat, A few minor corrections ngv Good ;
How good will feel Housekeeping
you of any mechanical defects. tha 41' ,
A nursery for the wee ones, !
While rod laugh and have fun! may have developed during the

ORDER Vertaqreen NOW/ You will be aglow\ winter months can nuke your
Watching our fashion show. automobile much safer for the ir Gas & Appliance Co. i

Spring bonnet from Roux Shop,' road and save possible injury or
CALL 261-5205) death
r1. Come with a-skip sad a bop.

With twinkle. in )'or eye, '*fhe year 1963, so far, has been YULE FLAXk" YULEE FLORIDA ::
Leave with a sigh of delight tot less deadly than the first -' "'"'" ....' t
You will never resent, to months of 1966 ... Let's try IPNI'UTWHII'LPAIKILCISJ L-P GAS
AT FIVE POINTS ThiS tine too have LwelI! ipf&t and )keep it that way," said tie 'S : ; DELjyERy! AND. :SERVICED
by Winnifred JuBc Patrol S .
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.1 $ ii 'p -- --- -- News-Leader Fernandina Beach Florida Thu la&3JarcL14,1063 Page Fi\"a
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CALENDAR OF LOCAL EVENTS ./ .#.: .'.." i\ : ;: \\i .i. the'I fastest men 'blest' fear-
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> ; i 'l-'f> 1 Reiman Contender
1- ... ::' }'. : ': ', "' t- .;'J.; <- .t. f}' : : I 1 leas drivers in the country, including
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COUNTY COMMISSION 10 am. 2nd Wednesday after 1st Mofidaj : t Bart Markel. -v_
Commission Clumbersan' t. ii 7 -.Ji A total of $19,500 in cash will

Y, ,,, tli ,' Capitol Letter i if" a Motorcycle I b* on the line during the Week of
COMMISSION end and 4th Wednesdays 7:30 p.m. City : racing that begin 09 March 25

-; Commission Chambers 1 r BY JERRY MOCK Championship Title i I and runs through

HOSPITAL TRUSTEES. 3rd Thursday -10 a.m. Hospital Din. Markel is Marei3!in the
t T TALLAHASSEE Co r. Farris .1 field for the first of the
ing Room IT. .. I Bryant may have some rough I II DAYTONA, BEACh. Fl). 100-mile 250 cc ,

SCHOOL BOARD ht Wednesday after !2nd Monday 9:30 a.m.Superintendent's ,, +I going. with his proposed gigantic : A new record. March 30. This thriller is open to
Office 'i' bond! issues for new university I: 'That will be the aim of Roger I' novice, amateur, and expert riders

;' r i buildings. Reiman, the Kmnee" lILt ace and carries a purse of $3,500.
P-TA EXECUTIVE BOARD last Thursday 3:30, p.m. Jr. Legislators appear to be taking ; when he goes to the post In the The 100-mile amateur race, worth

High Cafetorium ', X a wait and see attitude about the I Grand National AMA 200-mile $:;5o0, will also be run on Sat.

Bryant proposals, which probab- championship motorcycle} race at urday. ,
P-TA MEETING 1st Thursday *-. 8gym.. Jr. High Cafetonum I International
i t ;i 1 ly won't be detailed until near the Daytona Speedway Pn Friday, March 29, the novices
t r. t i opening of the Legislature.Rep. I on Sunday, March 31. .
KIWANIS CLUB Each Monday C:45 p.m. Seaside Inn will battle it out in a
Fred Karl of Volusia Reiman was the winner of the 'mile race for $1,500 in green-
HOSPITAL AUXILIARY 2nd Tuesday 3:10: p.ra. Hospital W' :; W k County said ,he is taking a.cauitious I, classic here in UH51 and set a record backs.

Dining Room I attitude regarding the Bryant -I of 69.29, miles per hour for Practice starts Monday, March

JAYCEES Each Monday 8 p.m. Recreation Center Lounge ideas. (Karl is a potential the winding two-mile course. 25, and in addition to the four

i candidate for governor). But this mark went by the big races there will be ,enduranceruns
LIONS CLUB Each Tuesday 7pm. Seaside Inn l Karl is aligned with the minority boards last year when Don! Bur and lightweight events;

ROTARY CLUB Each Wednesday Noon Luncheon Seaside t in the Legislature, so his at- nett won the Big One at an average *

INN .1 Y ,, titude toward the, issue' may not of 71.981 mph on his Triumph
r have much significance votewise.But Burnett is now retired from racing
CITY PLANNING BOARD 3rd Thursday City Commission I t 4. he has consistently been ,aligned and Reiman hopes t9 ,regain People Do Read Eun
Chambers with strong educational the mark on' bit. )jlarlejr-Davidsdn.
The Smallest Ads
+ i l forces in the state, therefore, his The field will include many fit
WOMAN'S CLUB 1st '. Woman's Club
Wednesday': Bldg. attitude tends to reflect some In The News-Leader.
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA... Nassaj District. C p.m.2nd.; Friday t. sober thinking on the subject. cation Association plans tp ask You Are .
Seaside InnMERCHANT'S f 1.,0$: I,I '''With a drive for money,from the 19CS Legislature JQ abolish. i\ ''

A3y r jv, .:Y't > x .. .' alF Sides, ,Bryant will'need 'strong the 'jnerit raise! I .
ASSN. each. 3rd'.;Thursday Noon Luncheon .'"::" w" :;.;: support for hjs pl n, even ;,though -"- --.-- --..-. _ i. -,-- --_
Seaside Inn ( ".' ; i. I r i[|it may dot I! ,i involve legislative+appropriation 5' ,
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from "
general revenui .
Tuesday 12:13 I
Seaside Inn' : THE HQME ECONOMICS CLASS of Mrs. Bob Young at the Junior 'Hight School received i I!jt 'does;.involve..a spending phosopby \\- YOU KNOW .

a few professional tips from Mrs. Alice Buell ]list: week as .she, gave '.a demonstration 1 t.hlr-cot 1d bring together
BUCCANEER CQItf CLUB 8 p.m. :2nd! Monday each month of the latest electric cooking technia-'es. Mrs. Buell, home service i director 1 an the: unusual legislature I but. strong' alliance' in
GEN. DUNCAN L. CLINCH HISTORICAL SOCIETY 2nd Mon. for Florida- Public Utilities Co., PlYs'an amual 1 visit to the local FPUC duvlsion and
day each month 8 p.m. TV Room at Recreation Center. the home economics classes Mrs. Buell i? shown in foreground .and .in background,; I Some danger signals'have been WHAT YOU WANT;!

left to right, are Dan Dausherty, division manager for FPUC, Carson McKendree; hoisted ,regarding the new trimef-
4th Thursday'.8. pan Masonic Temple company representative, and Mrs, Young.. I' ter system, ,heading toward' the ,.
----- end of Its first rea'r. 1 :
I : Dot(( hesitate to' make your wishes known
tween European. and American The foremost of those dangersis when you' .lhm, us for money. You celtalIknow ,!/ :
Mondays .of month. I. at 8 p.m. Masonic Temple. FLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTSBy champions, for, many 'from." both 'in. the area of accreditation forFlorida's ," :
far better than we do just Mat your
universities. As
get ,
CHAPTER 55, ORDER EASTERN STAR 1st and 3rd Tuesdays sides of the Atlantic will be meeting up .
Masonic Temple Mitchell Wrlfson, President, S I: the trimester supjjosed:to;pick i specific requirements are. .
the 'same amount of teaching into
SPEBSQSA EACH TUESDAY 8 P.M. Wometco Enterprises. Inc. .' How do Graham Hill of Eng If this is..not
Recreation Center I a briefu..period.
A drive
down the Florida
Keys Just Ramblin'Continued land, present world champion, :
accreditation would
Lounge done, less of
today is an exhilarating adven- and, Fireball Roberts I : ; *' AT GACWE'RE
say, ace immiment.- : '. :x >f!<< !
HIBISCUS GARDEN CLUB 3rd of month ture that should be an inspirationto ( from One I ,
,Monday at 8 p.m. Page ) stock car pilot, ,differ in their
-' to all Floridians. The Keys are I Pressure trictly unofficial and ,
IIAGNOLIA\ GARDEN CLUB 3rd Monday of month at 8 P.M. I having the most prosperous tourist the gun club members think that handling of the snaky "S. turns? I from sucLas! students, builds to ,? \ > >< f T j

I season in their history. the laws would be better off dead I What Is the difference between lighten Ihe wb'rk .load and( revise! ;:;;
ROSE CIRCLE 1st Monday ......._. _..__ 8 P.M. the way Pedro Rodriguez of Mexico .' .. I
That simple fact is inspirational and I am inclined to agree with lectures-Tblfl-Cquld( ,be disastrousand ..
FOUNDERS GARDEN CLUB 4th Friday:: 3 plI.1 I because little more than two years them. The laws date back to takes the famed Webster I' strictly outside the idea of :

ago that beautiful string of islands violence that existed around the curve and the' way in'which' A., J. the, trimester 'loans up Hi to $600' I

MAGNOLIA GARDEN CLUB 4th. Tuesday. 8 P.M. set in the green sea was turpentine camps 70 or more years i Foyt 1961 Indianapolis. winner, Actually,: the trimester system : .
1 and they have little modern handles ,it? I i is not iIdf ct: this
AZALEA GARDEN CLUB 2nd Tuesday 8 P.M. battered and devastated by a ago firstyear. '
great hurricane, which swept application. In case you didn't I How does the Cobra. manag'e What the universities have is two ,G.A.r1 WTTUATITOT11:
STITCII-A-BIT CLUB1st and 3rd Monday. ____ 7:30 P.M. right across the heart of the Keys: know it, and I didn't until it came 'I the hairpin .turn. compared to: the}shorter 'semesters with' two.'summCr "- / /

220 Lighthouse\ Circle I between Marathon and Islamorado. to my attention, it's against the I I way the Lotus or Jag.'make it?, -sessidna?' : ., CORPORATION .._

law to'have "any pistol, Winchester I 1 I| When the Ferraris. an. '.the Cobras I The educators (do not expect the .

I The wreckage left by winds: rifle or other repeating rifle, and the Sting Rays go flat- trimester ;system to, get into .full AMOUNT PAYMENTS 101
I until. later. It is expectedto 'YOU'GET 24 MONTHS 20 MONTHS 11 MONTHS U MONTHS
was chilling. Homes were unroofed without having a license from the out on the straights which' one suing
by the :winds. Well-built struc- county commissioners of his respective I has to back off first! ? Which one .+*ork, but still. has a rocky. 5' 5 S 75.00 "' $'..5.06 S 5.41 S 7.5 :

tures were battered. Those who county and upon convic-)i packs the_,greatest power? road: a11'' ;& \ 160.00 s 9.49 10.79 11.67 16.11

Plhe JilOi saw that damage within a few tion, be punished by fine not exceeding All these questions, and a'tHousand 425.00 2l.86 28.35 30.69 42.50
: The merit raise for schoolteachers ,
days after Donna's passing could one hundred dollars or I others, will come up. for answering 600.00 '34.39 39.34 2.66 5.9.35
M t only grieve at what seemed the imprisonment in county jail not i on March 23 ,when the .voted. ,by .the 11' Legislature ', ,
Mountain wreckage of so '''many hopes and exceeding thirty days." Officers, flag falls on the 'glitteringfield : apparently will go ,into : 308 Atlantic Avenue '
In A Magnificent Setting I green I ,
dreams. i of course, are excluded. A move 'I of C5 cars'at 10:00: A.M.; on effect a few days prior fo the, ,:. A t. ,
is throughout the state to have !11063 Legislature. Theraise -were Ftrnondlna Florida
Today, no scars remain of thai the nose. : ". I.achf :
the law and local |not ,to stjirt; last school year, and
changed, sportsmen j
devastation. The of the .
And 12 hours after.the field ,i is only ve tests been'com* Telephone 2613681
urged by the clubs e
rebuilt substantiallyand are gun recentlt'h
Keys more
I beautifully than before.. The to cooperate in the effort. flagged away the answers will be plcted. .Ium -sum awards. ORa Hours: Doily !-S; Widntdoy Saturday.ll
provided. The Department of Education\ ,,
great hurricane drew on those ,* ALSO FIVE CONVENIENT 'OFFtCIS IN JACKSONVILLE .
however, said the plan t Is, according I
wonderful reservoirs of couragein In recognition of American Leg .
Patronize Our Adrerti&rs' tor schedule. The Florida{ Edu- .
( the human heart, and reinforced ion Week and their valued contri- .- -4 ____ ___ ---Co.- ._ ._ .
.. -:---- ----- -- ---- -'- -- -:= = = = =
-- ---- -- --
the love that the people who bution to Americanism, here's a .'1.... .
t tp tt have chosen to live there have for short squib I clipped once from RPM Motor :
Run clean through gasoline,in every 8? Then change to
the -
KeysThey "If want .
somewhere: you your
helped each other. They father to take care of you, that's Oils; the deposit-free oils With the amazing-ashless ../ :,

refused to run. They bet on a Paternalism. If you want your detergent thai almost halts engine wear! Choose .-;

bright future, and set out to Mother to take care of you, that's I spring 'with from RPM.Special and RPM Supreme-two great
build it for themselves.Last ,
Maternalism. If want Uncle i
you 'o 1s. Both.,are high-detergent Both dean engine\
fall, the same people who t'
Sam to take of that's
care you '
had refused to run from Donna i I Socialism. But, if you want to RPM MOTOR OILS parts as.you drive, keep your engine young.. You'11'

Old World Charm- wonderful food -gorgeous Bridal found themselves on the front take care of yourself, that's .. find that RPM in your.crankcase means Ion8-rur(- .
line in the tense days of the Cuban "
Suite, dancing, bridge, bingo; movies, shuffleboard, crisis. Prophets predicted I Americanism. / Want your car to slnj*through ring;..\\:!th smoother ning1nileagabetterAmtectjonforyourcar.Onetry .,:t: .

( economic disaster for the many performance, every.miles! ant engine parts so ttlb why'Standard prodqds are Dixfos favorites! -',
Olympic size pool, art lesons,' and rock hunting -near citizens of the Keys who dependon .
Cars Drivers 1 of OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY)
tourism for their living. Again Top cleans so friction-free, Y9 fu KWe-up to. gallon ,STANDARD .' ..
golf courses antique and craft shops Biltmore they refused to run. I

Estate Mountain. ,. trails- drives. :" pleasing rates.Write court They visitors staunchly with laid colorful plans and to I Vie For Honors t r (

delightful programs of entertain

Harry Tracy, The Innkeeper ment, that emphasized the proud I At Sebring Race .
iya3 ,
=r: and unique heritage of the Flot- I sda.+r f

The Manor on Charlotte Street in Asheville, ida Keys. Sebring, Fla. If you aspireto
Their courage and their love
become a race driver, or if you
North ,Carolina of their norland are paying rut -
are simply a critic or connoisseur i'
,' t. .;' \ + .
handsomer Today they are in j of racing techniques and. styles, : r:;;t.:. :" .:...t:. ... : : '
r host to more vi.ritors t
dying playing then the Sebring 12-llour classic ...if:." ..
than they have ever had. I -- !- '
on Saturday, March 23, offers the ; ; :ryr
The comeback of the Keys i is sa

Try A Classified Ad For Quick Results in indeed Florida's one of history.the brightest That future pats : best States"classroom"if not the world.in the United .....

looks brighter than ever. For twelve hours from lenin .1: :.
the until ten at night!
-----_-- __ _____._ ._____-n_ --- morning .'
.. and over a 5.2-mile course that A.N 'lJj

I demands everything cars and drivers ..;. f .... '
the classroom is 4 .
open for study. llUi < '
At Sebring, in the span of half II i :

t. day, the top drivers from the s .F ,, .
United States, England, France,
\ Germany, Switzerland, Belgium,
.. Italy, Argentina, and South Africa
;'I'I blaze down .the straightaways -
-- I drift through bends, rocket
,,,. through treacherous ."S" curves,
and manipulate dangerous hair

in a quiet little to'Y n, .1

far off the beaten path, are .

REPAY AT ONE T.IME- assembled the fastest costliest,' ? '
most beautifully precisIoned automobile -
= machines that man makes
Ferraris, Porsches, Jaguars, Alfa S -
l Romeos, Sting Bays, Ford Cobras

Lotuses, Simcas, Sunbeam \

,'n' YOU THE FULL AMOUNT OF YOUR LOAN Alpines, Rene-Bonnets, Triumphs
.. Oscas, TVR's, Volvos, Lancias it"
and others.) ,. f
These are the cars that have
blazing speed, the sure-footednesa. { '.-

I of a chamois, the aceleration ofa : "
:: WITHOUT DELAY DISCOUNT PENALTIES;OR' missile, and, most Important of r
all, the stamina that is the hallmark -

1 of a champion.
: SERVICE CHARGESFerncmdm : During the twelve hours round

the Sebring course a car cannot T. 'J iSTANDARDit
afford to have :a major weakness.

1 V If it does, the Sebring course will
"wring" it to the surface. D
U spite the hazard of the course,

/ Federal Savings the leading cars pound 1,000 milesor

better in the twelve,hours.
; And if the men who drive the
jewelled machinery have weaknesses .

i. And they too, fall by the way-
Loan Association !

side.Sebring this year will offer a FernantJina Beach Fla. .
.. perfect chance to tudjr. tfce,dif,. JRV Agent ,

.. .. ference. in methods driving beg
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' Page.-Six News-Leader-, Fcrnandina Beach, Florida -- Thursday, March. 14, 19as. .-
r '
." actually goes to the caus4 you 1 .
THE WORLD OF were supporting Out pf those $o %. : xsR .icy i _,, I I A dollar Exchange may.'not do as much

billion how much really goes to ,. for you as it used to, but lots
aid crippled children, the blind, v ka '
Trooper don't do as much for a dollar,
e ii&&EL the mentally? ill, the disabled veterans either.

,i Maple Shade (N. J.) Progres
4'r It isn't easy to find out It's a says .
.. -
trade secret, carefully guarded by ( ww,? $s I I
I the enterprising seekers. Y 4 Ct
1 money
r aka k : :ae c ttr. <
Ask the tired mother who marchesto r I HearThe

your door seeking fund She

doesn't know. You get indefinite P stor's StudyRev.
answers, never public i

IY1.L L.1 i s" Ii accountant's report giving toe Ran Humphreys
PI\V figures in black and white. t 4 i
'c:1: '
"i Chances are if you are bold 8Ii 8(30( A.M.

Iv'' [ sr, Zvi t. enough. to ask su h'.jI question
d you will be glared at and'informed Monday Thru Friday

that no good citizen would 1.1LjkLL ,

t' Al / V question such a worthy effort.If WPAP.

the question has worried you ,

A ARM TREE SifiW FARM YOU IS A KNCrt JUW5EPPOOST7 THAT THE LANDOWNER WHEN 100:SE! A TREE and you would like to know more 1 .,,Vrc Itl i 1 t i 1570 K.C.
IPfiOieaS HIS FOREST FRc$ FIRE, about how these national fund

INSECTS i5 ANtnUN5 AND DISUSE.2.HA2YE5 Ht.TREES MIEN I C'E Q raising outfits operate,' how; much j(I
3.PUNTS TKE5 ON Out ACRfcS they spend on organization and l >
pALgii Tin F..1 M&$ 1Teu u fund raising efforts, how much -r UZAa

J" 4 NrcA N me o.Q fAv.PIi06: y OOi4- t 6S1IIWOi'I salary the top officials are paid .4 k IN t

10\0. fQl2fST REOfPRi4r/ITElY0W/LAND HAVE BeEMCE8TlFlEDA5TPEE eo and what is left after the "expense" .. + 4.1N, IyY +r eIl ?
FASMS. JJ z twr i1 Vr'd ,IyrIE'
is 'deducted I
?MORE THAN OOOCONTI '1 55ANDowNER5 suggest you ,
OWNED THEse 10 T"E LANDS JJ'JJ" 10 get a copy of the March issue of I AS MINSTREL TIME NEARS, more mem cries of bygone minstrels are conjured up. tr q > BULK SEED

OF $ RJOU5 P800UO+|'" 4S 5a0N5OREo NAfIONALtYTTtecgP5AtrD TRUE magazine and read Ralph How many of those in the above picture c n you pick out. Several will again be featured If you must stop while i.

rBENEFITS. l 40 4Y-T lol E Lee Smith's article entitled "Stop entertainers at the show on March 2?. The minstrels, which began in 1943 I ..
off the
,/ AMEIlICAM driving, pull
,.. .JJ'..Jj'" IF" i! F TJ F'DUCTS the Can Shakers." have always been one of the entertainment highlights of the year. Rehearsals point i Don't the POTATOESFERTILIZER
Jj'" I JO, THE NIDUSTRIE5INC.t me FAIUI.JJ"'t I \ You will learn about one char up ,this year's show as one of the best ever. A portion of the fine talent will be way. stay

0' "0 :, AcnvE PROGR4M IN41r IS ity outfit that collected over $2 furnished by such fine singers as Vera B mer, Morris Skipper, Bill Nichols and the I pavement. Use a rest area

If 5TATE5.c million in the name of underprivileged Nassau Sounds, local barber shop quartet grcup., A top feature will be the dancingof I or the shoulder so that i
kids and then fold
I 10 ed with no evidence quietely of having Jeannie Solomon, former member of the famed June Taylor Dancers. Eileen MarI I trot c can flow normallyand .

"", SILL I c-. --.ti,,,, contributed a nickel to the kids. ell is again musical arranger for the rehearsals and will have her orchestra here for safely by you..

v q _.'.i/I) -'. 7,.,'.... ..- !
the March 26
ftl. fj 1. ?.: o You will learn about the director performance. IN STOCKHARDEEBROS.
of another known .
TOaAY, AMEPKA is GROWING MORE wooo THAN K CONSUMEDTI T25E yell money ;the county to consider the state
tARN PROGRAM HAS WIPED BZNb ABOUT THIS F.V9WI.E."AI.A''< seeking group who increased his
of the and in the of Good Old Summertime
1 100
"I own salary from $25,000 to $48- : FLORIDA AGO '
harmony to take counsel of each Summer is the time when you
000 without 'even bothering to get
Too Late President of the .United, States on the approval of the board, of di- other as to the best means of I discover that TV show you miss-
% 'air March 9 Federal Rear Admiral of hot water. In this 'uAh'rE: : averting a common calamity, a ed last winter wasn't worth .
:go on the .urging your rectors. You will learn that another
To I i prominent organization. that DuPont orders Commander I various colored woolen garments calamity which we verily believe I watching in the first place.
Classify of ,that fund raiding
this or
LSteedman, U. S. S. Paul Jones, I were speedily washed free from threatens to be more disastrousin (Louisville) Kentucky Irish.American
450 in national
: employs people its I -
<* 'i social l
%> + effort. The set states office, 300 pf"whom work exclusively : to proceed on a reconnaissance all dirt and all stains, without its approaches than the
balls and bazaars: ; i and sport* John's River to : the least to of the "
F Airerkans are the most generous at fund ra sJng.. I.:could go trip 'up the St I perceptible injury any presence enemy. AuthOri-1
aiul charitable people\ on events are staged with' the take and but the Jacksonville and as far beyond asI of the textures. On the contrary, ties are here from 4
2t magazine
on on
going to this or that,fund. Cans, Commander the ,had the' effect of ",I!
washing this
earth. They are also the biggest. and read it for yourself, You will "you may deem explain "impending danger ,, Y
suckers. and jars await your pennies, be amazed and disillusioned. Steedman is told to "make the I fixing and brightening all colors. The need is for subsistence for the',,

Each Americans shell ouf. nickels and dimes 'on 'every cigar Where }had three four best disposition you can of the I Even those prints that. fade in armies of the Potomac and the : :
year we ; or .
over $8 billion for sweet charity. counter, bar and ,ashler's, stand. fund raising groups a few years force you' have and assume a bold water alone were left intact andas West. General Howell Cobb, Commander I "

In addition to this tremendous : Your postman is Tburdened down ago we now have hundred\ May- front in the St, John's or we shall beautiful as new. It washes Department of Middle; Now. 'l"

I cash contribution they contribute with .letters 'LeggingfQr funds or. be you like to throw your money be forced to abandon that river"*. I silk as nicely as it does, woolen. Florida, will address the nteeting. .

\ millions of man hours tramping carrying unordered merchandise, down the rat holes or are too After ,th$ reconnaissance, the goods. March 12 Confederate pickets

1 f i the streets ringing door bells, neckties, ball point pens, minia- timid to ask questions about Norwich will proceed to Fernan- U. S. S. Gem of the Sea today outside of Jacksonville report .

making speeches, shaking cans ture auto tags, ,address labels, where it goes g,teryQU. give it, dina to take on a load of coal captured and destroyed the sloop the; arrival of two more Federal
or begging on street corners. stamps and a raft of other stuff. but I can teU'rtmo ;*of folks March 10 The U. S. S. Bien- Petee attempting to run the block' gunboats. this evening. It FASTER SERVICE AND t

Newspapers, magazines, radio The appeals: | are never. ending" and are getting goodSterooe,< #.i yp and yule is, 'presently reported en- ade at Indian River Inlet with a would seem as if Union forces are I I' .

and television stations contribute I never over. The war cry is 'GLe if something. ,isftT..... dnfe... to curb route from Port Royal, S. C. to cargo of salt fortifying Jacksonville "with a I '
give, give, help,'help, help. the racket, eveu. .ll rj!" :Vofthy( or- Key West Three federal gunboats and two view to its permanent occupa REASONABLE PRICES
millions of dollars of I
;worth time Have you ever wondered jiM ganizations willJfiiA( M'i,r and less Federal Read Admiral Bailey, transports ,came ,up the St John's tion." -,

and space, celebrities from the how much of the money you gne money in their'Qua LL1 ; I commanding the East Gulf Block early this morning, landing a March 13 "A likely youn ; 1?

- .! ading Squadron, reports the arrival force of Negro troops at Jackson Negro girl" will be offered for '. .
today at Key West of the ville. 'The Federals have thrown sale for cash at a sale in Ocala

.. ---- I U.: S. S. Huntsville from a short out pickets as far as the brick- the second :Monday in April, it is .
cruise between Havana and Tor- yard on the western edge of announced today. -

tugas, and the gunboat Saga I' town. Confederate troops, it is Snnitt IIl1 '
JJMWlfli I firtOtt The U. S. S. Huntsville today
:SAFHY SERVICE Admiral being moved within ,
more from Mosquito Inlet reported, are seized the blockade running Brit- ,
k i I three miles of Jacksonville and
Bailey reports on activities *
-- ish schooner Surprise off Char
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of Acting Master's Mate a fight is expected tonight or to lotte Harbor bound for Havana lek /
Henry A. Crane of the Saga I morrow. According to some estimates with a of cotton. ) li t J t'rsifatioji651iUaartflceJfleJtf
1 more. He says that Crane appeared -. the 'Federal force at Jack cargo
I March 14 Thomas B. Barefoot ..
I .
JMOREThANJUSTij last December off one of sonville consists of 1,400 Negroes f

the Federal vessels near Indian l commanded by white officers. discharged recently from' I
i Confederate service, announces the ana a.I
f River and volunteered "his own I I The Federals report that they:
resumption of publication of his "
services together with those of 'landed without mishap and quietly
Tallahassee I .
; other residents, in behalfof kook possession of Jacksonville. semi-weekly newspa- ( '
BRAKE seven i ,
SERVICE I shortly if there is a sufficient
per i '
::1 the government. He promiaed The gunboats, under command of ,
1 I supply of Meanwhile, he
to furnish his own arms. and J. M. Duncan, are in position to .
will do job printing "with neat-
boats. They were listed as sup. 'I render any assistance that mightbe
A"fln I Repack Front I ernumeraries on the Sagamore' needed. ness and dispatch, and respectfully All 'Styles And Types Of Engraving
Mq Adjus* solicits his share of the pub
Front JEn i ij I I
present rating, one of the others small skirmish near Jacksonville
the Christian Association Builu
j I was classed as a 1st class fireman i I Commander Duncan reports that
U 0 and the other six as lands I!I he threw several shells in the supposed ing and at near the the rear Courthouse.of Leopold's Store WE ALSO HANDLE A FINE LINE OF

II men. According to Bailey "their direction of the Confederates
'I March 15 According to Con ENGRAVED .
subsequent t operations in concert "which soon dispersed ; i\
II with the boats of the Sagamore :f'I them.:' federate reports, the Federals ,
r I and Gem of the Sea, have beenof i presently have in Jacksonville two
I March 11 Confederate forces
I -
efficient service in clearingout white regiments and a Negro regi- '
:attacked the enemy near Jacksonville
the rebels from Indian River I i ment. In addition, four or five ,
I this morning at 9 a.m. Ac- gunboats, carrying from 25 to 30
and in breaking up their connection I
::.tI I I with the lawless traders of I cording to a Southern report heavy guns of long range, are
I there was hard fighting for about lying in the stream in front of
Nassau and it is scarcely too :
; See Aternanain
twenty minutes, then the Confederates Samples
!! much to ,say that without the' the town, and such is the char.
Check irttf Check Power Cner.k Power Check Headnghts r local knowledge and personal acquaintance charged, forcing the Fed- acter of the ground on either side

tighten Fn Belli Brake Unit Steering Unit For Proper Aim possessed by these erals to retreat to' their gun- and in front of Jacksonville as to

men it would have been nearly boats. Confederate infantry moved expose the place to the full sweepof ] 31cacftNcu3ieacr
into the city, nearly to the
,Inspect Inspect'Exhaust effect this their fire. Confederate General
Check to
Battery In"pe\ Ior.k( : impossible very Judson House Square where it
Cooling System System and Cables Absorbe's desirable object This last achievement countered another force en Finegan is, for the time at least,
of theirs, wholly unas- acting on the defensive.
Confederates lost one man and PHONES 261-3686 26G87
Avoid Accidents sisted as they were against near- three horses. losses if
Caused Enemy
By Neglecting I
ly double their numbers and show "When people remove their
are reported.
such determined bravery and any bills from the
ing envelopes, econo
Your Car. Let Us Bring Your Brakes H'itU{ 1 endurance, is of a brilliancy to Invitations have been issued toa mic conditions arc getting bet We Represent One of the Largest and Best

: I their expedition, consisting of a large group of men to meet today ter." B. J. Data, Chewelah I

.. and Front-End Back .io New Car Safety : i iII sloop and a boat, together with of this in Tallahassee.gathering, The according purpose to (Wash.) Independent I Engraving Firms In The United States

: 35 bales of sea-island cotton arrived -
the local paper, is "to bring peo-
here this morning in the
ple together from all parts of Try A Classified I

4t/ic; Sagamore. ..
r-Tu1 The official state convassing -

board, consisting of Secretary of ,
State B. F. Allen, State Treasurer -
Wnr Value '
in !
C. H. Austin and State Dollar-Saving a Breathtaking Package

Comptroller D. W. Gwynn, today

announce the results of the election .
: /of'Oltlg. T.I held February 2, 1863, for : 1HDEE(

representatives to Congress from ..ry
the First Congressional district

... This election was held to fill'a ... .
ii vacancy caused by the resigna .
tion of James B. Dawkins. A .
total of 2,871 votes were cat
BONUS ) and John M. Martin was elected. ;

with Every .$12.95 Safety Service Job received 1,111 vote James .GelUs -

received 583; W. M. Ives, 571; tb

/ jrii irtfont James E. Broome, 486; GeorgeE. .
TREADSAPPLIED Hawes, 114; and G votes were
State officials are again -
wr l 1 t WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE Florida planters and farm .i '

ers that the shortage of food .
\ Harrow or Wide Design, .
t supplies in the South is rapidly

1 Tubeless or Tube-type 4 for becoming critical They point out

that "the .best portions of Vir: r.
ginia North Carolina and Tennessee
Our Nat Treadt, Uenli fled by Medallion end hop mark ere have been literally laid

I. Arifat! fcfecU U GUARANTEED waste and despoiled by the ravages .
vorkmiuklp uj nttcriab fob* ute of traa.
1 Acttut annul roa4 fcaunb (except rttinUc p&ieUra) ocoua. 4949 of the enemy it being part'of ,
lead to trendy' putMstr car\>M for It Math his policy to starve us into
IepJaCCtllfSta prorat141'84' wear u. lied a 1W Jrlca aural
a& tim a4JutmQl., subjection. Those regions are AA
still in possession of the enemy NEW STYLE TO DELIGHT YOU I ROCKET ACTION TO EXCITE YOU I n' : ?
Plus tax and 4 trade-in tires .
and consequently can tribute nothing
of Crisp new styling is only a clue to the appeal of the 'i l lI
to the our
support army '
FREE QAR SAFETY : : 4ir the coming year, even were the Oldsmobile Dynamic Oldsmobile's lowest-priced ...L.-/t/ & ') I

army to withdraw and quarter full-size Aeries, it boasts a 280-h.p. Rocket V-8. /

t himself elsewhere The Confederate fowcoil'sprlngcomfort. plus the quality you look '

I military looks to Florid for in a car labeled Oldsmobile!Check a Dynamic 88 OLDSMOBILEs I

and its supplies.the other An cotton abundance states can for for. size (and value' ) at your Oldsmobile Dealer's' today! n",', .sor trrFad tta- .it ,rstg II otlsrotttIt
fa re $tOfltBeach
be produced "if cotton is ignoredand
Supply if a full provision crop isphnf ________ ..,.--- SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED OLDSMOWLE QUALITY DEALER ----_-1M. ____

118 Atlantic Avenue. : Phone 261-4482 experiment A ed"Florida in paper washing describes clothes an : 8th 232 Street South Reynolds Motor. t Co. 2613122'tt" Phone ,

-, with a quantity of Buoveyo root
washed and sliced, and a tub fall
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- NW, ...."vu.' ; -" powers are to be congratulated ,", )ant, Ted'Steer, Williard fowler,I les Burns Butch .Paren, John
: /or.seeing that"the. two diamonds i N. L, SprtsnwnUndertake JTeupiqfis c Select Vennis! Pipkin For Donnie Brazell, Rkb'afd; Sapp Harrison, Haalc Bajley, Wayne
will be available for our young ,Joe Thrift and: Stev.ec t>. Rowland, Richard JToDjeSj l Jerry
Sport Slants boys. j At Football-Basketball I Maras rec-unng i kttfcrs| for Beard Chuck. H'oward'and Alan,
Rough I Honors I
# I the basketball-team were Robert Cover. '
Two of our good frieqds with I I Edens, Fra'nk 'Lambright; and Jimmy Basketball cheerleaders ,winning
the Spring Training tctivitiej here i i Fish Control HereByJ.C r BY CURT .GORDON_ bight at the high school cafeteria Mitchell. letters were Susan: Bailey and
BY CURT GORPON have arrived and are ready for Tie Fernandina Beach High with Ray Cough principal, mas j B team: basketball letter winners : Chris Hall, efectaias: Susan
i the sessions to get underway. j School held. lU annual Football ter of ceremonies. were.'Benny Alvarez, Barry Butler, Gretchen Half, Sharon
.4 We think congratulations arem Jacksonville,Tampa and Miami j They are Otto Bluege and Biick 1. rrrbh I i l:1aikdbrlDJIQquet\ last Thursday Gough made a short speech 'I Rice, Beryl Rice; Mike Rice, Hall, Gail lets ttdit ,:Barbara}
order for the Hilliard Red I I have been designated aj the possible II Chamberlain. Buck served ,as The Northeast Florida{ Sports- I f I. commenting on. the Pirates successful ; Randy Price, Jack Barniak, Rich- i Bryce, Sue flpb'00' Patsy
flashes-! basketball team for capturing 1' site for the"first AA'' foot. i trainer for Vancouver l last year mans, Club will tale thf first step football season and intro ard Williams Mike ,Conner, Char- Bailey. -
'fa State Class"! C basket, 'I frail championship game. and Hill hold thq similar job for i in its rough fish Control project,, Golfing News duced the coaching staff of Wayne i ,, .
ban Championship. It certainly is ] >( I Dallas-Fort Worth for the ,coming !i Saturday and Sunday, March 16 Benner, head coach, and Bob I
& fitting climax to a very jxreregular j j Vennis Pippin, Pirate football season. Ottq is the "{nan jo I and 17. Special! nets and equip.. Stover, Red Bean and George Tyson -

,.basketball season and !I'.star, last season, won the Io.st..I i charge". at the local park during ment have .been obtained for this Several Bf jnemttfrs Willie Mattson of the FBWGA assistant coaches. Buddy L'ITrJIT I : :
more sac for Coach Roger Wrench Valuable Player Award and the I training and serves as a scout af work. I I Annual Hill, band director, was also in I
/ld hisleam for doing something I Captain's Award last Thursday I ter the, season gets underway. | The area to be worked during i j attended the 1st Ladies troduced.
1,3 other Hilliard teams could not II II night at the Football-Basketball # this first phase are, Mills,. Boggy j I Invitational held Tuesday at the 1! Coach Benner made a speech
Sand Greens ,Club at Jesup,
4iite do on 13 straight visits toe I Banquet. The players were the I II Mrs. Skipper reports from the and Plummets Creels. The resultsof Ga. Golf. |about his football team and reminded -
State Tournament to do the Nassauville Fish Camp that thingsare Ibis effort will be ,
a feat ones selecting. displayed at I the people' that he was
J.W. Hiers I
one that is unmatched in the I I beginning to get back"in shape I the club house pn Boggy reek I. Mrs.Attending were Mrs., Mrs. Edison, losing 17 players through grad- TRADIt
J-)story of basketball tournaments, I Bob McAlpine, former Fernan- after the tornado last week and both days. Some of the gar fish Robert' )In. Tom Lannon, Mrs. Ed i i nation, but had '15 sophomores
ty any other school in the State I dina football Coach, has been the fish are beginning to bite .a* we hope to eatcb will weigh from Casey Mattson, and Miss Lynda Mattson. coming up with what he termed
I '* ,* ,' I I named basketball coach at a Gulf gain. Sheepshead, trout, whiting! 30 to '40 Ibs. You can imagine .Mrs. in the I as having "big hearts" and really
Bryce was
: 'and drum, have beep the recent what this kind of fish can do" t9 runnerup
high school baseball programs Coast Junior College. McAlpinewas Championship Flight and Mrs. I wanting to play football. He named -
ill now take over, with home inRickfi&Rville : at Panama City last season. catches A fisherman from Tennessee pur game and pan fish. Anyone Mattson consolation in the I the boys chosen to the ,AU.i i I
getting 1( I has been having a fine time :I interested in assisting in this work j won i Conference football team, John
I 2nd FlightMiss
tni ia week. The Fernandma underway Pi- Spring+ baseball training will get catching plenty' and a Jacksonville ', is welcome. I Mattson won a prize for I Barniak, Clayton Tippins, Jerry
rateplay.the first game here on underway here on Friday of this fisherman brought .in eight 'The project will .be 'under the the longest drive on number one. I I Kight and Vennis Pipkin. .,R ,, DefrostRefrigeratorFreezer
Thursday, March 28, against Bir.WW' week when the new member ofi I trout last'week.. Another' ramp. 1 guidance of the Wildlife Offlt Ii The football players voted for I
\&jnjr The Crusaders: should the Minnesota Twins Farm Svstern I is about ready for boat launching .,I ears in this, area. the Captain and the Most Valuable 9 Two-Door Convenience
be Dallas-Fort Worth, will begin arid fishermen are, invited to Your for better fishing!]
a tough opponent on the di'am- National Pee Wee I Pirate for the season and 10.1 Cu. Ft. Fresh ,Food
the facilitiesand
oVid as they did not lose but ,one the sessions. Five more clubs take advantage of. \ : Vennis Pipkin won both awards. S t *
Wan from will .follow the : in good fishing ,at' Skippers. t Storage ..
the 19C2 4eam. The coop Rangers "
baseball schedule will be abbrtVilatetl : practice. as Charlotte, Erie, Wilson Bowlerettes Golf Tourney At ters Players were: receiving Jerry Kight football, Vennis let- 9 3.1 Cu, Ft. Zero'Degree.

jh'is year because the District ; I Bismark and Orlando will ;C Potts Fish Camp on Lofton Pipkin, Ned Tyson, Edward: Ashe, 1 Freezer :
Class A Tournament hj( take part in the training activi- Creek reports, that fishing is bet Orlando JuneThe John Barniak,. Jim Campbell, '' -- NOW '
1 $349 Y 90
ties here. the weather has
Len moved up to Jl fay'4. I : ter since. improved. Jerry Greeson, Steve Thomas, ,'
I II I H. R. Peterson brought in 15 Ur Shirley Jackson ONLY.
I I Clayton Tippins, John Stevenson,
.1 One of the finest things to happen : bream bass last week. Bill : Lost 1963 National Pee Wee I ,Model I TIMS With,.Trade -
]THe a3option of the regional and Team Won Pins I Butch Williams, Chip Wood, Robert -: ___ ____ __
I for our young boys is the addition Thompson caught 15 fine red j I Hadden Lanes 73 27 50502) Golf Championships the na- Wright, Johnny Vonnah, Joe
system for basketball will, probi'ailp. of two Little League baseball I breast along with some nice cat I Setzers C 8 42 50391 tipn'a only golf tournament with I Thrift, Richard Schomas, George
cause' some'of the basketball t practice fields. One is being : fish. If the good weather continues !.. Hardee Bros. 47 53 49147 I competition for linksters young I Sheffield\ Ray Rowe, Richard WASHER 'DRYER
schedules. to be revamped for I erected across from the Junior fishing should be very I Baileys 42 58 49338 I as three years old will be June Nobles, Curtis McCorsley, Ken I e .
1003-G4. Games scheduled for the High School and the other on the 'I' good, so you fishermen can takea Waat-Drugs 42 58 48947 r 18 ano' 19 at Bio Pinar T Country I Lawhoine Ken Langford, Tommy .
lost week in February will have edge of Egans Creek across from day off to get out _and bring Beach 'Bar 38 62 49049 Club in Orlando, Tournament I Jones, Kirby; Hendrix, J. K. Fiee- ,
to be cancelled. Hernandez' home. The ( Chairman. H. R: Cloud announced ,I
moved i
up. or Tommy hem in. I HI( TEAM SINGLE man, Robert Edens, Bobby DOUg-I
I *- *- Hadden ,Lanes 609 I Wednesday. las, Alan Cover, Steve
I Mrs. Caldwell, the skipper'swife 1 Setzejs 580 I Competition is. in five age and Jerry Beard. .
reports that she had the Baileys 577 groups, with separate divisionsfor Football managers termed 'as '
WANTED of her life last afternoon boys and girls. The age brackets m..II.
time Tuesday : HI[ TEAM. THREE I good ones receiving letters s
and holes they play, are 3-5,
when she went fishing and
Hadden Lanes 1691 were Captain John Crisp, Mike lY i +
I in 21 fish. She said : 3 holes; 0-7, 10 holes; 8.9, 18 Model -
brought ,
Setzers > 1626 i Rylant, Dayid Bunch, Dennis
ANY GUNS EXCEPT JAr RIFLES she didn't know ,wh a t kind they Baileys 1561 i boles holes;; and 10-12. I and... 13.15, CG Bunch and Jimmy Mitchell., "YA50! 1..1 Ji rodel..fI .
were but she surely did have a B football DA510
Team players receiving -
Cash Trade For Other HI IND. SINGLE This will be the 11th edition of t :
Pay or good time catching them. Eleanor Flint 209 the tournament which has letters were, Tommy .
grown .
'# tf *: Clark Mike Davis Ronnie Moore, I -
Hadden ,
Sporting Goods Gloria into one pf the country's best '
_. The Little League and Senior Mike Rice, Ronnie Oliver, Jim 1 '
192 'last
Ruth Williams known meets, attracting
year '
Baseball Leagues will soon be Richard Williams 112 Prund' CapacityFiUer e-lil: At
,I than'200 contestants Young, Ray ; Speed Drying tj.
Will Buy Single Pieces or Whole ready for tryouts for the two lea, Flint 541 from 17 'states. Rowland, Barry' Rice, Beryl Rice, I .Flow System Safe, Low TemperatureS .
: CollectionsWant gues. A meeting was held Monday Eleanor 506 '(our u wnt 'ifficiafs noted that Randy Price, Mike Pikula, Danny I S )Damp-Dry Spin keares S Dial ,
Cottle t
...-.. night with all committees report. ,Patsy 489 this /ear's National Pee Wee Moore, Buck Bibb, Jack Barniak, Pieces Ready To Wear .a Lint Trap i
: Muzzle Loader*,: Muskets, Rifles, Pistol, ing to Pete Schuilmg, president of Velma Hodge will also have an international Steve Barber, Carl Anderson, I ff Famous GE Written S Safety Door : ';
the Little League and Bill Miller, SPLITS PICKED UP THIS Alvarez and Hank Abies. '
flavor. Fjve-year-old :Andrew McConnell Benny Warranty Switch ,;
: Automatics, Derringers Military| Weapons, I
president of the Senior League.J WEEK and The Varsity Football Cheerleaders '>
of Mr. Mrs. Jack
jungle( .Shot Rifle. Swords, Sabres, Baypnnets, Little League tryouts will begin Hilde Lawrence'' 5-10 McConnell son, of Londqn, England, receiving 'letters were : BUY BOTH:
finites, Powder l ornB, Powder' Flasks, Bullet on.April 15 and Senior League l f Mary J. Wilson 5-8-10 .& 5-6 'I will travel to Orlando to vie in j I Captains Marcia Peacock .co-j 1 $329
Molds, Old Holsters, Old Leather Military or will begin on April 13. Seasonswill I II Ruth Williamson 5-6 the Journey.Tournament" Gail Duncan, along with Jerry I FOR .T.
Shooters Equipment, Old Uniforms and Broken I .open on May .6 and will end Gloria Madden 3-10, officials said the II Robinson, Joy Beville, Shirley }I .

I I: Guns For- Parts. on July' 12. .National PeeWee ii open to any McKendree, Cindy Hendry, Margie'I
I youngster ;and .that there is no I Brewton and Margaret King. I APPLIANCE SALES & SERVICE!
: WRITE.OR 'PHONEDAVIDSTONE I A football coach accompanied a CityBowling .' entry fee.-Those interested should Basketball letter winners. were I
prospective tackle ,to the ':dean's contact the (Creamer, Orlando I Ralph Bennett, Charles Corbett, : 113. ATLANTIC AYE. PHONE! 261-oS01, \;.
office, where he attempted ,to get Chamber ,.-Commerce, Orlando, Ronnie Sapp, John Crisp (cap.. ,. .
( atSSprt) : the, boy admitted to school. 'l without League Fla.. tain), Steve Thomas, James Ry: i .
written examination. The ,
a boy
Box 34ff %61-5978' i could riot answer the .
Fernandina peat| Fla. (EeninSreeken$ s) however, BY H. B. ELLIS, JR. : : : f.
simplest questions. desperation
.. .. .. WEEK OF3.6 1 ;
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the dean asked, "How muchFERNANUA'BEACH .Daytona5o---1

,I Team Standings' 65 W'L 2165612 Total PinsOrville's :1'0' thepeotest that t. tears'em t aparLtfie:t

Hadden Lanes 57% 34 H 66788
', I Sandbar: 52} 39& 64844 t '
( The Unknowns 38 54 63708 : Ford durability conquered fieldIst,2nd,3rd,4tlaid5tli

Beach Bar 32 60 62790
'{JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWN l Becker's "Drugs 3f '61. 62135

i High Team, 3-Gjunes! .

BEACHES" \ ., ; : Orville'a Hadden Lanes 2006 2037)

np..mrr Furnished Jty These Merchants and Business Men I The Unknowns High, Ind. Games "2885 C38 ; ] !

P. Bowen .
: : A, B. .Smith GIG
Subur i'
: George's FLORIDA'S pn; C. Green 612 _
FIRST High Team.Game

Machine Shop GOLF COURSE Shore Gas Co The Orville's Unknowns' -*' 1037Becker's 1043 .. ya r

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11 27 N. 2nd St. J4J! EXCELLENT SERVING ALL .< -j I Drugs l6

VIL HOLE YOUH NEED IN. .. ,High, Ind. .Game .
Machine Work LP CAS AND C. Green' 249 ,.c3y'f
11NKSTIDES J. Lynn 242
Welding Brazing GAS APPLIANCES
7 South, 7th, St. B. Pilkinton
Repairs i High Scratch Bowlers

Special Service To Phone 261-3661 I J. Williamson .' -215-5Ci:
F. J1owen' < -200551R.
Shrimp Trawlers Hadden .100-544 + ;'+ Hr ti
All "'ork Guaranteed T. H. KING D. Roberts :201-543 i

Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at JRTTJE3 a Green 221528J. I
Monday Thru SaturdayPhone PHOTO SHOPRoll i Lynn 2l4-r524 r
Day 261-3711 Add 30 Minutes For Processing K. Bkidmore 184507S.
runt :6t-5338 'tuundlDa harbor Developing '& Printing Bohannon 183-JBOO:
___ ... '1 Kodak Film J. Beckett 171-5QO

1JIGH LOW Photo 'SuppliesMovieColored .

i7747t/i Friday, March 15 Weddings& Regular. KAC

11:14 a.m. 53G a.m. Portraits by Appointment Only

Complete Line of 11;10 p.m. 5:41 p.m. Studios! At 504 Ash St. Bowling f ttJe : '.' w.. r.wwww .
lercury Parts 4 ryrryy.i. wn .p w FrVI
Saturday t 16 Phone. 2614586G I A
11:55 a.m. 6:21 a.m. .. BY II. JR. ELUS, JR.

GATOR TRAILERS -,L 6:23": p.m. E. (GLENN) i WEEK OF 37I Total ,1 .

Sunday, March 17 I Team Standins W L J FIBS

LASSERRE 12:24: a.m.; 7:12 a.m. KITCHENS I Bombers 59 33 60146
Mixers 43
49 68590
MOTOR CO. 12:"| p.m. '7:15. p.m. Murray's. Store 45 47 58947 .

1 Monday, March 18 ElectricalContractor Paper Mill 40, 52' 56241 .

j f S. 8th St. Ph. 26L3S19 1:17 a.m. 8:12 a.m. I Bombers High Team," 3-Game' 2939 Daytona is no "private" test arranged by a manufacturer to favor his car's strong

1:39 p.m. 9:14 p.m. 24-HOUR SERVICE Murray1 Store 2816 BOX SCORE OF DURABILITY points. It is open competition,-anyone an enter-and the one thing that U, .' .

I Going Fishing? Tuesday March 19 Phones I Paper Mill 2780 SWHNAANDPERFOMIAIfCENUMBER proved by its searing 500 miles is just: exactly how well a car hangs together.At .

) 2:18 a.m. 9:11 a.m. 261-5194 or 261-4379 I I Hifb, Ind., '.3-Garaea, AT PAYTOU.FEB.24,1963 Daytona, Florida, on February 24, live brand-new 1963% Fords showed the world .
(I II Visit Us For 2:43: p.m. 9:17: p.m.W.edqesday I S. Bohannon -,- 680 STARTED FmiSHEO NUMBER POSITIONS what durability means by sweeping the first"five places. And that has never been... ; :
I F. Bowen ;: 6.12If. equaled in Daytona history! :
Line Oft I .
I Complete Fishing Tackle 't March 20 -Shies For MenREPAIRS .. Wilson .. 629 1% 'W. FOR S 3 10 UU5,11,11,24, The box score at the left tells the true ali the other things that go into Ford's

3:24 jun. 10:09: a.m. ... .. ,,1I1h, Tea Cam. endurance that rutal of .
takeJ performance.
Rods Reels Bombers J037Murray's story..car > concept
1 Outdoor Camping 8:49 p.m. 10:18 p.m. )1'f1ILJ Store 995 5 UCHEWetER ,2 3,14I punishment and comes back,for more. : ;These were the same 63K Super ..

'Thureday, :March 21 YOU WAIT Paper Mill 952. No. proving ground can equal this Torque fords that made styling history

fl EquipmentFIRESTONE 4:29 a.m.- 11:06' : a.m. High, Ind.. ,GameS. I 7 i PJNTIACS 3 7,I,t3 kind of torture. Daytona was a dial at their preview at Monaco, and :

i 4:51 'p.nu Jl:18 p.m. Shoe Hospital I. Bohannon *--- 270 lenge we welcomed, a cjiance ,to which, were recently announced at
fl. 2C5
e'arawulss 3 313fl prove in open competition the essential your ford Deals/s. They're yours nowj .
i BEACH SUPPLY TldeiIt CoIlUI1 I I F. Bowen 238 durability that makes possible the get behind the wheel and find out lor .

I 112 Atlantic Are 26HW. cur Geodetic Stinrcjr 9 North 4th Street. S. Bohannon Hick Scratch Bowlers"254-632 2 11 tests Ior .... ,silence, the solid road-grip, the ease of ,, yourself what total performance means!

i I .. ,.. .... : H. Wilson ,245-639 control, the balanced braking and a roc axe M WAB ix I'ICMU m :a r5fi'__ /) Motoa ootiun. I
F. Bowen 210 558 ITgft I ..
J. 216527 If IrS I
FU'NIN. THE SUN B. Pilkinton 193-510
B. Joyce 173-509
AT FERNANDINA BEACH R.. Hadden '193- 501U .

Lasserre Motor '
FISHING! SOATINO. SWIMMING. ,seven and moT*,Thirteen,* .\ Company :

.. Uw boy aiwww. !'Awf "t.hie.w : : _
anyway, dean pleaded the coach. South Eighth Street YOUR FORD DEALER ., '. .. Phone 261.3819... .
4H .onl7 missed it_bj.two.- ,_ .. ..

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Eight; -- -- I\'P1s .Lender., Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, March 14 1963


Rev A. Z. might Pastor \

MEMORIAL, METHODIST ST. PETER CLAVEB'S Sunday School ...?_.._ 9:45 am 44TH Anniversary Sale
CHURCH CHURCH I Morning Worship 11 a.m

John L. Jones, pastor Sunday Mass .--,-,- 1st, 3rd, 5th Training Union 1:00 'p.m. "
10:00 ajn. _....... Sunday School Sunday 7:30 an Evening Worship 8:00 pm 'I1Ii1ii\ Jw.
11:00 a.m. __.... Morning Worship Sunday Mass -.,......._? 2nd, 4th Wed. Night Prayer ;: II J _., ..
6:15: yjn. MYF Supper & Programs- Sunday 11:30 a.m.1 Meeting ._....._ 8 p.m. --
7:45 Prayer Meeting w130 EXTRA
7:30 p.m. Evening Worship' FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Rer. E. A. Lewis, Pastor I c
FIVE POINTS BAPTIST 10:00 ACL Sunday School I BIBLE 429 South BAPTIST 6th CHURCH Street ;(l.w." GREEN STAMPS

CHURCH 11:00 a.m. x.......... Worship: Service ,I Rer John O'Neil, Pastor
J. W. Keen, Pastor I 6:30 p.m. _C.A.Youth Services lcb WITH THIS COUPON AT YOUR

9:45: am _,__.... Sunday School 7:30 p.m. Evtngelistie Service Sunday 10:00 A.M.Services_:... Sunday School q.n.I NEAREST FRIENDLY WINNDIXIEcowaon'
1100:; I.m. Morning Worship Thursday mid week service .
I, 11:00 A.M.Morning Worship Good T1+ru Limit One Coupon To Adult With
6:30: pjo. ____ Training Union 7:30 pjn. 6:30 p.m. _.__.._.___, B.T.U. ,. 1OOr: March 16, A$500orMoreFoodCfer. -
7JO: pja.! _.. Evening Worship .
7:00 P.M. Men's Prayer Service :
Wednesday service '1:8(' I 5 d l' tJ.LOle.
prayer NORTH 14th STREET 17:80 pjn. Evening Worship OOD ..
ajn. STO TAMP"'
.' BAPTIST CHURCH Tuesday: .
# if Rev Ran Humphreys, Pastor 7:00 pjn. ._._..___. Visitation _
ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL 9:45: a.m. _, Sunday School ft )i
CHURCH 11:00 a.m. __ Morning Worship ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC
Neil L Gray, Rector 7:00 p.ra _..................- BT.U. CHURCH I II'
7:90: aja. ..?.,. Holy Communion 8:00: p.m. _._ Evening Worship Sunday Mass ,-,-?... 2nd, 4th i ,
10,00 a.m. ........ Choral Eucharist 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week Services Sunday 7:30 ajn. BEEF
J1I15: ajn. Church School Classes Wednesday Sunday Mass -....._.....__ 1st, 3rd SALE ,
v 5th Sunday, 11:30 ajn.
I Daily .._.:- 8 am.
: Saturday __ Convent Chapel ..
Tom Davis ,16:30 Communion in Convent *v*.,_ Ll! :: w'
rJ 6:30 P.M. "
: Young People'sMeeting. Quontity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru March 16th

Photographer FLORIDA f
Her. J. T. Dunnam Pastor
PHONE 261-5486 1 Sermon: "A Word of Comfortand
Concern." 'T Steaks LB. 89 i.
P. M. "Committed To God." ,
: oAt 402 S. 17 Street -
t LocatedM Lynn Joyner 4.,. ,: \V-D BRAND TBONESteaks

,, Fcrnondina Beach Florida Worship Services: 8:30: A.M.

.-. 11:00 7:30 A.M.P.M.I 89,
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F Sunday School 9:45: A.M. I r -'. W-D BRAND SIRLOINSteaks .
= Training Union ...._ 6:15 P.M. p
.. _WE Prayer Service -....- Wednesday 8 91

Automatic Transmission Repairs I *7:30 P.M.I'ERNAN'DINA w E""' '" *
: Brake Rebuilding Wheel Alignment OF CHRIST ,
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GKNEIIAL{ ItlTAIIlS{ ( ON ,ALL MAKES & MODELS Hubert Gibson, Minister Ribs LB. 39;
Bible Study 10:00: A.1L
Our Facilities Are The Finest Best Worship Service 11:0( A.M. GROUND
Equippedand ________
Evening Service 7 p.m. 99
Most Modern In Town Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 ifEANSES
p.m. PKG.S'
Smoked HAM
AUTO SERVICE Amelia City Near Intersection MORTON Chic., Beef,Tky, S'bury, Ham, M L
: South Eighth Street ATA
"Your Rambler Dealer" A. F. Gerbhardt, Pastor What's easier than a beautifully Dinners I FOR 89;

.. 4:00: a.m. Morning Service baked ham? Wonderful 1 hot, superb
., ----- --- 9:00: a.m. Sunday School cold. Every mouthful I is rich In the .

highest-quoliry protein. Sunnyland JUice 5 6oz.CANS gg;
t '
p Hams are the finest qaulity tender, .
., Rer. L. .Marvin 4th and Johnson Cedar Sts., Pastor juicy and delicious. Buy either half MORTON Apple, Cherry, Peach, Coconut .

Phone 261-3S07 or whole. Choice center slices included 'l
Fruit Pies 3
10:00: ajn. _. Sunday School this LB '
at price. .
I' ..:... .-.". .. I ", 11:00 a.m. _... Morning Service .
< YPE. Friday Evening 7:30 p.m. FRESH, GOLDEN BANTAMFancy Save 5< Ea. ASTOR SELECT FRUIT

., ':30 PJU. ..... Evening Service
.. I : Incredibly/ / Prayer meeting Wednesday CocktaiI5303CAN51 .
Corn 5 29
7:30: p.m. EARS I.
0 ,.< I Save 5, Ea. LIBBY'S CS or WK GOLDENSave
Corn 7 $1.I !
303 CANS
Rev. John Dozier, Pastor
.. K So easy .... Save 5< BEST WHOLE GREEN
kW Worship Services; .11:00 A. M.
Sunday School 9:45 A.M I Astor 77J ansSH'S $
1I to use! Youth Meetings 6:00: P.M. n S. -( .5 No-2CANS .
.r *
Save 5* Ea. LIBBY'S TOMATO j

.F I/ TABERNACLE CHURCH BAPTIST Save 4U-TASTES GOOD AS FRESH PERKED COFFEE Limit 1 with $5. food order Juice i 4 46-01. CANS $1.

\ Amelia Road Phone 261-34S7 .

.. wn Rev. Lojd Chambers, Pastor Save 5tt* Eo. UBBY'S CORNED BEEF .
+ Sunday School ...........__ 10 a.m. Inst. Folgers 77*
r Morning Worship _____ 11 a.m. Hash. 316- s1.Save
1 Evening Worship ......._.._.. 7pm. .
.Wednesday Service ...?..__ 7 p.m. .* 6t Ea. THRIFTY MAID (12oz.)

"z\ \ ELGIN YELLOW SOLIDS (Limit 2 with $Z50 food order.) 2 25/

It + .1 1w nevi II. C. Drury, Pastor Save 4t Ea. DIXIE DARLING Long Grain

10:00: ajn. ......._. Sunday School
11:00 ajn. _....... Morning Service Fancy Rice>35x
7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service OLEO. LB.
W.M.B. ,c; Save 8H( Ea. CHEF BOY-AR-DEE Pizza Mix

7:30 p.m. Wednesday V.LB. Young
Pizza 2i5pKGs7 ;
: i People _
v1 GOOD SHEPHERD EPISCOPAL .-.... -ifr Sj .. ./ 2.lLz
CHURCH tt Y ., '

.... Neil I. Gray Vicar
New DuPontLUCIIE 8:50: ajn. __ Holy Communion : !; 4
I Morning Prayer 4.'C1)E'3) # YOUR CHOICE I.

0 I _COFFEl_

.'1 LUCITE LUNCHROOM MARCH IS MENU'S. :22 if Detergent 4 Astor Coffee

House Paint ; I !fi
Monday? Irish stew w/pota-I
JIlc6odsN +} I. toes and carrots, II 11
HOUSE MINT stewed tomatoes, buttered spinach I MB. CAN
biscuits and butter, fresh GIANT BOX I I.
48 ,J SAVE 21 '
pears and 4 pint milk. X
FORMS A TOUGH SHIELD lucite"House : leaves I Tuesday Hamburger u n. 't ... SAVE 11' 'f Limit I with $5.00 ,. I IJl
a tough durable! plastic shield that is more resistant to( Pinto beans, lettuce & tomato food order or more.
cracking chalking dirt or fading than old fashioned oil. I salad, apple cobbler, and H pint
case paints! milk. |I I ..tt IMPROVED Save 2I< i1 KLEENEX Save 4( Each M

EASIER TO USE Flows on effortlessly without brush f Wednesday Ham salad sand- :
drag.Dries so fast j ou can.apply second coat,if desutdin I which, potato salad, green pepper TideciANT58xLimit iV' Tissue '" 19xM 4'
one hour, I & carrot strips:, green peasHI j one with $5.00 food
BEAUTIFUL FINISH"Lucits"House Paint fcavts a rich, I orange jell \wfresh oranges, and ,. : A4
flat finish without the temporary shine of oil-base paints. I 14! ? pint milk.Thursday 1 ti--. order or more. -- fSL .:,.. 'k51_ &_ ,..- "..". ,
i I
FOR ALL KINDS OF SURFACES Apply to atiod brick I Spaghetti W/ L.r. wJ J
masonry, cinder or cement block.Needs no primer, if old :.grounnd beef & tomato sauce, cole! .. HL == -

:B h'o paint( delay is in from good dew shape.or showers.Goes on over damp surfaces, too. .slaw marble rolls cake&, and batter 4 pint apple milk.sauce,i I Free: %?/:Areel Sims 51 Free;JJ{:Gleel Slape 51 free M .'C CreeD StaMps .

NO SPECIAL SOLVENTS Wash brushes hands with Friday shortake'l .
candied ,' ONE t AcxAee FBOZZM 2-Lm. Two PKCC F CZW GOLD tamz Two FACMSC ANY P'tAYo.DixielarMe
soap and Hytcr1 ire spots with a damp sponge. yams celery Pal RHi SW. Husk CaJct Mix
& b :ter, fruit cup, peanut butter 1 PlHieS
i t!cookies:, and 4 pint milk. 9OOO mall MAXCH ICTM coco mall$AlG1411114 COOP TM'J MACN,11i1r..
Schools In CountyTo 1 2 3 f : I ...
12 lovely colors and intermixesFor W..
Close Friday
exterior trim: Tough, fade res/sfcnjf

DU PONT TRIM AND SHUTTER ENAMEL Announcement was made today Iri.-
by Nassau County School Superintendent

II I I John Weisner that white 51 Free&X Greet St.f. Free.a c ClHl su.c 5Ifr.. ftHl
in the
| county will be closed
NASSAU BUILDING SUPPLY CO. day Friday. FOUR Cuts No. 303 TWHFTT MUD $I.CO OR MORt WORTH OT rolls FA4'u.u sus4NYLAPIwt -. -
The closing is to allow teachersan
y opportunity to attend the 1963 firm Lisa IIMScooa Wi K a Iy lift IIuIhr.

.. convention of the Florida Education THCU UAKH tam eooo THKF HAIKH/aT14 toolr fl au AAIeA 111WAT
1129 South, Sth Street Phones 261-364S Association. The conclave AT ANY WINN-DIXIE AT ANY WINN=DIXIE Mrs' WDIN DIXit .
"" \ ... > # began today with fifteen Nassau 4 s
y "\ ..,< -- -:: ry ,..''!' .... .. -,.. I teacheB_.,attending' the delegate-

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News-Leader Fernandina Beach, Florida" Thurs'day March 14, 1963 -_ Page_ "Nine
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.. II current fiscal year is $123,789- reported the outlook for April asgood.
February 449, or less than one per cent under .

? WANT AD.05r IRA TESII Post Office electric kitchen: I UNDER FICTITIOUS the estimate for the period. I The Comptroller also reportedthat
entrance. 261-
private Tax CollectionsUp Total increase in sales tax collections February gasoline tax collections .
word .75 minimum 4341 or 261-5186. tic Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
per totaled increase
pursuant to "Fictitious for .the current fiscal period $11,999,243 an -
t Card of Thanks, BesolutioniJ '- Name Statute" House Bill No. 1175, is 6.10 per cent over the corresponding of $854,183, or lM per
ALEXANDER APTS No. 20953, Laws of Florida.
: : and Similar Notices MODERN, FURNISHED APT, 1941 Chapter, will register with the Cleric of Over 1962TALLAHASSEE period of the previous cent over the comparable month

.03 word $LOO minimum I the Circuit Court in and for Nassau fiscal An increase of eight percent last year.
per 337 N. Fletcher, No.2. Hot
j County, Florida upon receipt of proof
t t Cal l 261-3686 or'1261-3687, water furnished $55 month, of publication of this notice, the fictitious State is needed to meet budget re- Gasoline tax collections for the
!: JIT place ad au'bffice year round. Apply Apt. 1. Ph. I name Morris to-wit and: Payne Comptroller Ray E. Green reported quirments for the year. year total $87,458,349 up $ .029",.

2613114. tfc Auto body and Paint Shop I today February sales tax collections "February collections didn't do 510 or 6.10 percent over the pre
t 511 Ash Street I Under which, \\e are engaged in based on January business quite as well as we had hopedfor vious
,. McCRAME APTS I; business.We are engaged in business on totaled $16,393,960 an in- but I feel we are still in a ---
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1 FURNISHED APT. Utilities 1 I I South 8th Street at Five Points Fer. .. .. crease of five per cent or $794- goed position to make the eight ,

:, FOR SALE $11.25 week. Monthly rate cheaper. i|nandina That the Leach.only Fla.parties interested in ,' ifif! 824 over the same period iast per cent increase," Green said. Pressure Creosoted

I. Private baths. Also beach said business E. J. said month that there
e I enterprise are year. "I last Fence Posts Poles, Etc.
.. I j
SMALL PRINTING MACHINE.Ideal rentals. Call W. I. McCranie, Morris and Willie Payne.4t 228. 37. 14. 21 Green said February collectionsfell were strong indications of a good I Southern WoodPreserving

; 261.4642. If no answer, call, Mrs. short of the estimate for the tourist season still to come with

.. for church or restaurant Long. tic PUBLIC NOTICE S \j month by $299,480.The heavy bookings for February and I Co.
$50. Phone 225-5352. M14c f
::: IN TilE COURT OF TilE COUNTY i Comptroller added, however March. This has been supported I III Baldwin, Fla. 266-4251

: POINTER PUPS Phone 225. NICE DOWNSTAIRS furnishedapt JUDGE. NASSAU COUNTY, 1LOR- that total collections for the II by stories in the press, which also (
private entrance 1306 --- --- -- +- -S- ---- -- ---
5329. M21c. l\ O. 20Ula I.
Atlantic Ave. Ph. 2614835. rer Estate of PUBLIC NOTICE

.4 neighborhood. 112Vfcxl36 paved NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo NAME LAW
I. street Foot of 19th Street at DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT: I \ AU Creditor and All Person* Notice is hereby given that the undersigned PROGRAM
Unfurnished. Corner of 4th and Having Claims or ,demands Against pursuant to "Fictitious ENOUGH FOR AN
: Ash. Price, $4,000. Phone 261. : Said Estate: Name Statute" House Hill No. 1175. -'V ,

.. 3147. M28c Calhoun Street across street i You and each of you. are hereby Chapter No. 20953, Laws of Florida. '. APPROPRIATEMEMORIAL

.. -- .-- -- frpm schooL (St. Joseph's Academy I I I notified and required to present any .' .::.::. .'::.....;.. 1941, will register with the Clerk of :
claims and demands which 'you, or the Circuit Court in and for Nassau I ?
: UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER, ). Phone 261.4200 or 261- either of you may have against the 7.RE' County, Florida upon receipt of proof __ _
: $30. Good condition. Phone 261. 3800. tic Estate of Caroline Long Deceased. I V V of publication of this notice, the fictitious I Our Low Down Payment Easy Term,
late of Nassau County. Florida, to name, to-wit
: 4946. M14p the Honorable J E. Weatherford. County MY HUSBAND IS THE BEST REAL ESTATE D & M Cull: Service' I I Insured Balance Plan Was Designed To Assist You and Your
FURNISHED AP-i ON BEACH Judge of Nassau County, County Under which we are engaged ifl ,
Courthouse in Th.CONTACT
Beach. Nassau
Phone 261-4944 after 2:30 -
:: plywood runabout elec. 40 hp, County. Florida within six months ON JUST M SAYSO. .. IT'S HIS. We are engaged in business at 300 i i US FOR DETAILS --..I
Atlantic Ave., Fernandina Beach. Ha )
speedometer. p.m. c.1 from the date of the first publicationof
full controls, trail. I ALL-STATE MEMORIALS INC.Box
: this notice. That the only parties interested in .
er, all real clean. 1st, $650 takes: FURNISHED OR UNfurnished I Each claim or demand must be in I said business enterprise are. C. C.Mc- 526 FERXANDINA BEACH C. B. Ingram. Rep:

: 261-4246.. ;. tfc i I apt, upper or lower. 432 N. 3, writing residence and and must post'Istate office the address place of of Kendree and Wilson Davis.4t 3-14, 21, 23, H ._. __

i phone 261.4945 after 5. the claimant and must be sworn to PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE -- -- ----

4 BEDROOM! HOUSE, 2 baths,,I I by the claimant, his, agent, or his attorney I
437 N. Fletcher Ave. Ray A. M14p or it will become void accord FOR BIDS LV THE CIRCUIT COURT IV AND

::- Edwards phone 2615296. I ing to law. The Board of County Commissionersof FOR NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
: FRESHLY PAINTED Each creditor shall deliver sufficient LV CH1NCERY, 2633. '
Nassau County, Flonda, invite sealed
: M14p I I TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED I copies of his claim to enable the,bids for furnishing approximately 7000, NORTH AMERICAN ACCEPTANCE Lasserre Motor Co. '
r County Judge to mail one to each
I gallons of Propane liquified petroleum CORPORATION, a corporation.
421 N.3rd. .
I apt. private entrance.
ONE 1962 RAMBLER-Amencan, personal representative. I. gas for delivery to Nassau County Plaintiff .
2 door Delux 9 months old tic I Dated February 20 A. D. 1963. Prision Farm and/or Nassau County \"s.lOUN .
THE BARNETT NATIONAL BANK. Agent's office at Hilliard. Florida and F. SIKES and AUDREY SIKES
condition. My equity TWO BEDROOM apt. upstairs, : OF JACKSONVILLE as Executor I> lot Nassau County Civil Defense Headquarters his wife, and TilE CITIZENS BANK TAKES PLEASURE 'IN ANNOUNCINGS .
of the Last Will and Testament of.
$150 and take payments building. at Five Points OF FOLKSTON, GEORGIA.
furnished. All electric kitchen. Caroline Long. Deceased.
x Fernandina Be<:('!1. tloncu, during tIle Defendants. '
$47.12 per month. Phone 201- First ,publication on: twelve month period beginning April
Phone 261.5269 or 2613230. tfc NOTICE OF SUIT
3775. tfc 'ebruary 28. 1963 1st. 1963 and ending March 3h :{ S.f LOCAL WINNERS
4t 223.37,14,21 1964. .. i STATE OF FLORIDA .
S i
., FIVE BEDROOM, modern home, Successful bidder will be require I, CEORCIA: ;
Cedar. Phone 2615836. tIc 'PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE to furnish one (1) storage tank of nel IN THE S :
: near high school, on large lot less than 250 gallon capacity at CivU are hereby notified that a suit '
with fruit trees.. Big utility TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED TO CREDITORS Defense Headquarter BuildIng, FIve. mrbeen filed against you in the abovi ": '
FLORIDA STATUTES entitled cause; and that you are hereby S ;
Points, Fernandina each, Fla.
: house. FHA mortgage, or can I apt. on beach, year round $60 LV TilE COURT OF TilE COUNTY It shall be the: responsibility of required to file your answer with the FLORIDA HAPPY MOTORING '
: be refinanced. 208 South 17th mo. Howard Hammond, 261 JUDGE NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA successful bidder to see that an ample Clerk of this Court, and to serve a .
IN PRO ATE. supply of gas is on hand at all loc; Vt& upon the plaintiff or plain. .
St. Phone 2615470. 3733. tfc In re: Estate of tiotfs at all times to insure operations: \ tiff's". attorney whose name and address :' ;
Mary (Mollie) Hardee Thompson De- of all '?as equipment is' GOLDMAN. PRESSER & BIRTHDAY PARTY" :
: 80 X 130 SHADED LOT in Pi- SMALL UNFURNISHED house ceased.To Bids should be filed with D. 0. Oxles,, 397 First lank & Trust LEWIS'I I I ... ,
Creditors and Jacksonville 2, Florida I
All Persons
Clerk to Hoard Count Commissioner,
rates Cove, corner Gregor Mc.a. for rent. 1310 Franklin St. Call not later than 12th ,
: Ciaims or Demands Against Said Es. Nassau County Courthouse, Fernaiir cay of : ,
Gregor and Ohio Aves. Curbs 261-5277 for further information.tfc. t3te: dina Beach Florida, before 10:00 o' S If you fail to do so. decree pro con. I :: ;'. : : ": I
and and You and 'each of you are hereby clock AM. March 29th 1963. feso will be entered against you rot I
: gutter on city sewer. notified and to therelief demanded the I .
required present any Rids will be considered at special in complaitft. --'.
& $4,000. Phone 2614851 after I claims and demands which you or meeting at 7.30 P. M, March 2lth 'The nature of said suit Being fur' .# S ', S : <
5 TWO BEDROOM\ downstairs either of you. may have against- the 1963 5 foreclosure of mortgage on the follow- .
: p.m.CONN furnished *apt Year round. $55. estate: of Mary (Mollie) Haraee The lioard reserves the right to reject t in g' described property situate in Nassau -I
: Thompson deceased, late of said any or all bids. County. "lori a. to-wif i
MINUET ORGAN 2 126 S. Fletcher. Phone 261-3138 County, to the County Judge of Nassau Dated this 14th day of March, 1963., Lot 11 of J. P. Page's Callahan Sub-
i* years old $1700 when new,. sac- tfc. County Florida, at his office in Attest S cuvs.on.: Plat Hook 3, page 20, current I Visitors and Patrons Registered For
I the court house of said County MFernandina D. 0 Oxley, Clerk. pLliic records of Nassau County ..
p.rifice for $1200. Phone 2013343. Beach Florida, within six BOARD COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Florida. .
iwo Prizes The Grand of
t tic : UEDKOOM unfurnished calendar months from the time of NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA :WITNESS my hand and seal of said During
f house. the first publication of'this notice. By Harry Poole, Chairman t Coviit u teraandina Beach, Nassau O
Two copies of each claim or demand 2t 3-14. 1i' County* Florida, this 12th day of ssiiTwSSOService Cen
\ DALMATION PUPPIES cute shall be in writing, and shall state the March.a963.

as a speckled pup! See at TWO ROOM furnished apartment place of residence and post office ad. PUBLIC NOTICE /5D.. 0 OXLEY I ter February 14 23.
t of the claimant, and shall be .
Bean's HI N. 15th. tIc ; "
'S. sworn to by the claimant their agent NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN (SEAL) : I .

U. F. SAJIUIAN or attorney and accompanied by a TilE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN 4t 3-14, 21. 28, 4-4 I I I ,.'.,"'. .,'j'. ,
BUY A HOMESITE the Nassau filing fee o* lue ocular and such clJiu AND FOIL .NASSAU COLNTl, '" ... ,I '
PhONE 261.3221
or demand not so filed shall be void.S FLOKIIU. IN PROIUTE. ;. ; ,. :i, ;. ..
River Beautiful
ta nign LOIS? T. REID File Number 2011. PUBLIC NOTICE ,.
and dry lots at Nassauville. As Administratric cum testamenlo In re: Estate of Elizabeth '
WANTEDEXPERIENCED annexo of the Lasf Will and Testament Uardee Ojilvie, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Others waterfront I
of Mary (Mollie) Hardee To: All Creditors and All Persons FLORIDA STATUTESIN .
.4 eges. Small down payment. Thompson deceased. I Having Claims or Demands Against ..
I First publication March 7, 1963. Said Estate: TilE COURT OF THE COUNTY f
.; Terms to suit. Phone Francis COOK Surf Tios: .', $hae. Jr.. Att>. You and each of you. are hereby JUDGE, NASSAU COUNTY, 1LOR-'
p' Ellis, POpular 5.2661" Jackso'i- I Motel and Restauran Phone ft 3-7, 14, 21, 28 notified and required to present any IDA, LV PROKATE. WINNERS AND PRIZES -
re: Estate of
ville. 'ifc. I 261.571, M28c S claims and demands which you or
F. TAYLOR, Deceased.To
either of have the
: PUBLIC NOTICE estate of Elizabeth you may Hardee Ogilvie.against Deceased All Creditors and Persons Having i John Campbell -' Yulee 500 Gals. "Extra" Gas
LARGE SHADED LOTS at Ame WAITRESSES WANTED. Claims or Demands Against Said Cv
Apply LV COURT OF TilE COUNTY JUDGE late of Nassau County, Flor. I ----.
te ha, 100 X 145. $10 down, $10 Lannons Firebird Truck. U. S. NASSAU COUNT', STATE OF ida, to the Honorable J. E. Weather- tale: -
: month. Call Howard Hammond 17, North of Yulee. Phone 225- FLORIDA, PROBATE.. FILE NO. ford, County Judge of Nassau County, I You and each of you are hereby I Ira Lee Bailey Road Kodak 8MM Motion Picture Camera
per 1943LV and file the same in his office in the naLfied and required to present any
r 2613733. tf: 5149. tfc RE: County Court House in Nassau Coun. claims and demands which you or
_- ESTATE OF ROUY ULANTON ED- ty, i'londaithia six calendar months j I either of you. may have against the J. B. Newsome South 17th St. GE Transistor Radio
TWO NEW BRICK three bedroom WARDS, Deceased. I from the date of the first publication estate.of JANNIE F. TAYLOR, deceased "
NOTICE OF LNTENTIO.V TO MAKE hereof. Each claim or demand shall late of said County. to the Mrs. George Peace 117 N. 3rd St. GE Transistor Radio
p den 1'% bath homes, 150 MISCELLANEOUSHOME APPLICATION FOR *'LVALDISCAROE be in writing, and shall state the County Judge of Nassau County Flor.
foot frontage. $11,950uth $500 place of residence and post office ad Ida, at his office in the court house of .,
: TO ALL WHOM If MAY CONCERN: I dress of the claimant. and shall be said County at Fernandina Beach, S
;; FHA or VA.. MADE POUND cakes, Notice is hereby given that Ruth sworn to by the claimant, his agent Florida, witfim six calendar months SETH THOMAS TRAVEL CLOCKS
such claim from the time of the first ,
Ps Evelyn Edwards filed her final re or attorney and any or publicationof
layer and birthday cakes, pies. Executrix of the Estate of demand not so filed shall be void. this notice. Each claim or demand
: ATTENTION VETS: Nice 3 bed All kinds. Call Patricia Lodge. port rtoby as Blanton Edwards deceased; Dated February 13, 1963. shall be in writing and shall state I' Rickey L. Bell . . . . Rt. 1 Box 42B Yulee
( room home just outside town. 2615332. tIc that she filed her Petition for Final s- Ira William Hardee Jr. the place of residence and post office .

Chain link fence. $8,400 ---- Discharge and that she will apply to As Executor of the Estate of address of the claimant and shall be Clarence Harvey . . . S S 225 S. Division Street
::: $400 the Honorable J. E. Weatherford, Elizabeth Hardee Ogilvie sworn to by the claimant his agent
down $55 month. ALL TYPES ROOFING ind re- Judge of Nassau County Florida Deceased. or' attorney and any such claim or Mrs. Dolly Kaney 408 S. 17th StreetR.
w County demand filed . . . .
not shall be
Q pairs. No money down free es on the 22nd day of March 1963, 'Herbert Wm. Fishier so void.

: 503 Atlantic John T,Ave.Ferreira Phone& Son 261-557)) timate. J. B. Meeks Roofing for approval as Executrix of same of and the for Estate final discharge of. Attorney as Executor for of Ira the William Estate of H Elizabeth rdee, Jr. As executor of,Katie the Last C. Wells.Will and Earl Lewis . .w.,. 'T...*.. .. 1 Box 96A Hilliard

Co., Jacksonville, Florida. PO Blanton Edwards deceased oo Hardee Ogilvie, Deceased.4t Testament of .2611
-- ---- &------- '- Roby S. Fletcher Avenue
: KINGSBCURY HOMES 87057. Allp this 22nd day of March, 1963..s. 221,28.37,14 JANNIE F. TAYLOR deceased Guy McCulley . . ._ . .

NEW' BRICK KINGSBERRY .Executrix. Ruth Evelyn of the .Edwards estateof PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE Wayne Executrix.E. Ripley, Attorney for Miss Mildred Waddell . Rt. 2, Box 1 113 Bryceville
first publication February 23, 1963.
home just outside city limits Roby Wanton Edwards _
Thrifty 4t 2-a, 37, 14, 21
permanent wave, ceased. UNDER FICTITIOUS
: for: $sso down and balance of I -- _.
Distinctive service budget Albin C Thompson. Jr., NAME LAW
-. $65, per month. Buy now and prices. Telephone 261-1686 for : Attorney for Executrix. Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
pick( out colors, the work and Fernandina Beach. Florida. pursuant to "fictitious
appointment tfc 4t 2-21. 28, 37,14 Name Statute" House Bill No. 1175,
.. inside arrangements. Corner
Chapter No. 20953, Laws of Florida.
-. lot, with City water and lots FLOOR SANDING and refinish. PUBLIC NOTICE 1941 will register with the Clerk ot I: Suburban Gas Service

of trees. fcg. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson. the Circuit Court in and for Nassau I Propane
? IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE County Florida upon receiPt of proof !
Phone 2614609. tic 101RT1I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN of publication of this notice, the fictitious

J onry hou\ e with 3 bedrooms tF YOU HAVE drinking problem -. LV FLORID CHANCERY NO. 2588 Under Nassau which Farm we are Supply engaged in CLEAN SAFE FASTDEPENDABLE AUTOMATIC

and a family room on a corner write Alcoholics Anonymous A.IERIC.IRnNO SAVINGS BANK, business. S ECONOMICAL *' EFFICIENT
: lot. Sound impossible? Near Box 338, city EL-6-7700 a corporation organized and existing We are engaged in business on ,
: schools arid can be had for tieMF4X under the laws of the State of New ida State Road 2tX, West of Yulee, Hor- Each Suburban G"a- Service installation is
$500 down and about $;))0 perT Plaintiff That the only parties interested in YOUR GAS carefully tailored to best fit the requirementsof
AND WOMEN NEEDED said business Kenneth
month. \s. enterprise are
WORK IX CIVIL SERVICE ADRL1N L ELDER, SR., and Claxton and William Forde, Jr. Ideal For. the individual customer. Your installationINSTALLATION
.. j (.ERTRIDE M. ELDER, husband it 3.*l, 14. 21, 23 ; may be Cylinder Exchange Service, Metered
NEED A HOUSE right now3 No experience necessary, gram- and wife,

: bedroom house just outside mar school education usually NOTICE OF SALE Defendants I IJSEE Home, Farms and Businesses S Service or Bulk Service.

city limits is vacant love in sufficient Train now at home Notice is hereby given that, pursuant S
today for $60 per month. foi jobs with Security. For details to a Final Decree of Foreclosure C. B. I t Beyond Gas Mains and For Industry When one cylinder is completely empty, thf
entered'In numb- is into You
and Sale cause : CYLINDER reserve cylinder put use. notify
Would rent to right address
u party un. send name, phoneno.
S ered 2565 in the Circuit Court of Nassau Anywhere. .
til able to buy.PAUL to: NATIONAL TRAINING County, Florida, I will sell the S Suburban Propane by mailing a special orderS

C. BURNS SERVICE, P. 0. Box 500 Green- property Florida described situate ia >,Nassau County, 'Pete' "INGRAM" j EXCHANGE card, and a full cylinder is then delivered to

.."Builder of Kingsberry Homes" wch Connecticut M28cService Lot 5. ilock 2, as Egans Meadows you in exchange for the empty one. In this

319 S, 8th St. Ph. 261-360G Unit One ternandirta beach. Nassau S I SERVICE
have of
FOR way you always a reserve cylinder
County according to Plat II I: y$ Your Suburban Propane Gas Ser-
n- thereof recorded in Plat Book 3. pas on 'hand.Suburban .

: FO.R RENT page Nassau 45.County.current Flonda.public records of I Life Insurance 3V vice Comes To You From A Modern .- S
Propane is delivered to permanent
at public sale to the highest and best : Retirement Income : S
.; Station bidder for cash. af the door of the :- Office, Salesroom and Distribution storage on "our.premises by regularly scheduled .
Health & AccidentHospitalization METERED
j- Nassau County Courthouse in Fernacdina I
SMU HOUSE to fur- _
tank truck. Your consumption is
Beach. Florida between 11:00 '. gas
H nbbi'** \ith furniture only. No AvailableAMERICAN A.M. and 2 00 P.M. o'clock on Mon S i 5 jq| Plant Located In Fernan SERVICE; < registered on a meter, and you are billed ac
] day. March 25th. 1963.
\lose in. Seaside
.1 step Apply WITNESS my hand and seal this I Major Medical I S dma Beach, One of 96 Suburban cordingly. You pay only for the gas you useS

a.. MoteI4"4,5033. :_M14c OIL "'ILLPRO'IDE 4th day of March; 1963. .Disability Monthly Income I I T, after you use it.
-5. D. 0. OXLEY. Clerk
FURNISHED 'HOUSE. 2 bed- TRAINING, Circuit Court Seal f i \S ?fv Propane Gas Service Centers In .*: V : .

rooms and bath. Ph\Qne Yulee GUIDANCE AND David U. Strnl1' L. L. BOHANNON < i I '" This service is provided for farms, industry,
Jleason &: Strawn 17 States. Each Center :Is Op- V .4 -
commercial and institutionswhere
2255308. tIc FINANCIAL philanthropic
i ASSISTi Attorney for Plaintiff fS' LK'-
....- i 121 Fifth Avenue INSURANCEPhone r large quantities of used. No
ANCE i Skilled gas are gas
-FURNISHED D 0 \\N S TAlFs Indialanuc. Florida crated By Local People
I 1 requirement is 'too.big" to 'be served Propane
U 3-14 261.5269 : :
: APT. 2 bedrooms, private FOR QUALIFIED SERVICE :
en- Who Take Pride In Serving You. Gas Service in an efficient economicaland
trance garage. Phon 261-1227 INDIVIDUAL PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE .
tc tIc I dependable manner.

.w.321 furnished"SOUTH: 2 4TII bedroom ST,house.for rent Recently ., Phone Ken Naves Collect Botice apply to WHOM is the hereby 1563 OF IT given Legislature LEGISLATIONTO MAY of CONCERN.intention for passage to ;I I. People Do Read Even II I:. ?J; SUBURBAN PROPANE GAS SERVICE

] painted large yard. M14c of a bill vhereby House Kill 434. The Smallest Ads CM Soriei
724-5804 After Chapter 612IS4. acxt House Bill 458. I
Chapter '612155 will be amended to In The XewsLeader.I
CUPPER DECK APTS. Complete- require a referendum vote. I S 7 SOUTH SEVENTH PHONE 261-3661

lit ly furnished including. TV i 6 p.m. III Sen. Harry 0. Stratton You Are .
Phone 261-3118.. ties!I /s/ Rep. Claude 1L Wingate4t I J _____ S STILL A FEW .1962 APPLIANCES AT'20f', OFF
Mar. 7-14-2123
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News From I. Nassau Receives "'" ..... ..
Wwlsey Urges i
$36,000 Share- .

% aJj The Rec Center Poison Prevention Race Track Tax

t Tallahassee State Comptroller i Close Out Sale!

,BY SANDY PeSANDRO Week ObservanceB. Ray E. Green announced to
day checks for, $36,000 are being ,
i THURSDAY, ARCH 14: [TUESDAY, MARCH 19: mailed to each' of the 67 counties. I
j E Playschool in the Game Room I ,Playschool in" the Game Roomat F." Woolsey, M.R, Director ,The money is the counties' shareof
"; arr EN N'at 9:30 a.m.Joan- Bean, Instr. i 9:30 a.m., Joan Bean, Instr. ?f the Nassau County Health Detriment "I' the race track tax. WATER TOWN .

[ Adult Ceramics Class in- the Brownie Troop 355 in the Game .says that children: ,aren'tfoolproof. Green 'said each county has received :
i Ceramics, Room at .9:30 ,a.m., Room at 3:00 p.m.
r .. 14,500 more during the
yJa 'Martha Jean Puletti, Instr. i Tap Dance Class iq the Audi. Children, intent are, naturally, smelling inquisitive I, current fiscal period than for the I I PLASTIC DISHES, CUPS, Elt
Ballet Class and in the torium at 3:30 Julanne on touching .
((3 4)) I p.m. I same period of the previous year. i ,' ,
I or tasting anything they
Auditorium-at 10:00 Julanne Owens, Instr. can get
w a.m. i
v\ I Total race track tax collected
their hands It's the responsilbflity
Ballet in the Audi. on. "
Instr. Class ((9-11))
OwenSj I
of parents to remove all thus far this year is $7,906,000,I
r'A E._ t Ballet Class ((6 yrs.) torium at 4:30 p.m., Julannt
hazards an increase of $301,500 oth" '
set a good example, and
4 lY I Auditorium at 2:30 p.m., JUlau.'I'' Owens, Instr. vatch and guide them. March 17-'I previous fiscal period. "I R :
Atlantic Avenue Playground .
Owens, Instr.
x. t Jne 23 has been "National The state has received
designated I approximately -
Ballet Class ((5 and 6)) in the I supervised play, 3:30: 5:30 p.m., ; :
Poison Prevention Week" but the same amount from the PRICE-'TIL
II Auditorium at 3:30 p.m., Julanne I Hugh Sides, Supv. .
verY day of week should tax.
Owens, Instr. I Ceramics Class ((10 and 11)) in be "Poison Prevention every Day"Medicines I '
Ballet Class ((7-9)) in the Auditorium the Ceramics Room at 3:30: p.m. :
< should be locked I
at 4:30 p.m., Julanne Martha Jean, Puletti- Instr. 'and all detergents\ and poisonous up Now Is The Time To
Owens, Instr. i Island Squares Dance Club in j
materials kept far out of reach.''I Remodel or Repair
Atlantic Avenue Playground,; the Game Room at 7:30 p.m. National Clearing-house for Poison !- !' lSSOiDHARDEE
r' supervised play, 3:30.5:30: p.m.,I Barbershop Quartet in the Con- Control Centers has called attention I :
Sides, ference Room at 8:00: p.m.
Hugh Supv. I I
to' the number of reports t t6n 36 I
Senior Citizens Club in the Lions Club Minstrel Practice in hemolytic anemia due to naphthalene -,
.Conference Room at 7:00: p.m. the Auditorium at 8:00: p.m. indigestion. from mothballs J :
Health Club General' Meeting in Men and Boys' Health Club in Months BROS. CO.
the Game Room at 8lO::) ,p.m. 1 the Boys' ,Locker Room, day and Children found mothballs I { To Pay

,'' lions Club Minstrel' Practice |n evening. strewn around flower gardens, to i '

the Auditorium at 8:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20: keep field, animals away, or in Fernandina Lumber I 218 ATLANTIC AVE
Men and Boys' Health Club in I'
Ballet Class ((3 & 4)) in the closets and trunks. They think
v MELT AWAY 'WINTER WITH:, the Boys' Locker Room, day and Auditorium at 10:00 '.tn.,. Julan mothballs are candy and must be I & Supply I .
i, evening South 3rd St. Ph-ne 261-3641
,ne Owens, Instr. eaten., j I .
; FRIDAY, MARCH 15: Ballet Class ((6 yrs.) in the The increasing number ,of re- _.---'-- -- r' -
Sub-Teen Club in the GameR Auditorium at 2:30 p.m., Julanji-- ports front the Poison Control I!
.j' STAN DARD Qm at '7:15 pm. : ne Owens, Instr. Centers calls for an increasing
Men and Boys':Health, Club in Ballet Class ((5 & 6)) in the awareness of parents to keep poisons I
Auditorium at. 3:30 Julanne out.of, reach .of, their.children.
the evening.Boys'. Locker Room. day and Owens, Instr. p.m. Holly Holt' Leads An .

Ballet Class ((7-9)) in the Audi
: PerryA.
BURNER OIL SATURDAY, MARCH, 16: torium at 4:30: p.m., Julanne ,
Men and Boys' Health Club in
Owens, Instr. On USS Shelton *
the Boys' Locker Room, daY' and Girl Scout Troop 108 ilthe, RICHNESS Holly Hills Has Maintained -
Hong Kong
evening. Game Room at 3:00: p.m. The Herd In
: Highest Average
"' Club in the Game Roomat ,
;"Warms almost/ like Summer" Atlantic Avenue Playground, (
7:30 p.m.Cotillion supervised play, 3:30. 5:30 p.m., Perry A. Nelson; shipfitter pipe-! The Jacksonville and Fernandina Bedch
Club Dance in the fitter third class, USN, son of
: Hugh Sides, Supv. Areas For The Past 24 Years.
"sunshine" warmth Auditorium at 900 H. Nelson of
> Flood your home with p.m. Ceramics Class ((12 and 13)) in Mr. and Mrs. L. '
the first hint of Winter. Let us fill MONDAY, MARCH 18: the Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m., Billiard, is serving aboard the I *
at your
Children's Art Class"1z1 the Art Martha Jean Puletti, Instr. destroyer USS Shelton, presently I FRESHNESS Holly Hill Milk Is Produced 100%, Processed
.tank now-and keep it filled- with Room at 3:30 p.m., Faith 'Britton, Adult Ceramics Class in the :operating near the ,British Crown j I
Instr. Colony. pf Hong Kong. and Bottled On Our ,Farm At OCEANWAY, and Delivered -
i 'STANDARD BURNER OIL. Cleanfiring.EconomicaL ,Ceramics Room at 7:30 p.m., Mar
Atlantic Avenue Playground, tha Jean Puletti, Instr. Having Crewmen of the Shelton both are the To You Daily. ,Buy From The Farmer, It's Fresher
Safe the odorless clean- the chance to see
supervised playt 3:30: 5:30'p.ra.: ,
Men and Boys' health Club in
,, : burning fuel that gives you maximum heat Hugh Teen-age Sides,Ballet Supv. Class in the the Boys' Locker Room, day and ;dd\,the and'same the new time sights fulfilling of China the, N NUTRITIOUS Holly| Hill Milk Has More Protein, Min:.

;' _ryoi1r money.Whatever'type Auditorium\ at 3:30 pan Julanne evening.Majorette Practice on the Patioat Navy's hiission. erals and Vitamins. 100% Jersey Milk Has Almost 20(1( :

of oil-burner you have,-,you. Owens Pre-teen, Instr.Ballet Class, in the THURSDAY.7:00 p.m. MARCH 21: 1! Dozier & Gay More Energy Building Units Per Quart. :

'can depend on us for unfailing deliveries of Auditorium at 4:30,, p.m.: Julanne. St. Michael's Guild Workshopin -
Milk and Extra
Holly| Hill Has Extra Value
'' Owens, Instr. the 'Conference Room at 9:00: Latex or Flat DELICIOUS -
: STANDARD BURNER OIL when you need 1t. Adult Ballet Exercise Class in
., Freshness A Finer Flavor. THE'TASTE !IS THE TEST.
the Auditorium at 8:00 p.m., Jul a.m.Playschool in the Game Roomat
Wall Paint I
anne Owens, Instr. 9:30: a.m., Joan Bean, Instr. (
Jaycees in the Conference 'Roomat Adult Ceramics Class in the :
I IVhite Colors
.. 8:00 p.mAdults ; Ceramics Room at 9:30 a.m., Martha
STANDARD H. F. STONE JR. Agent", and Teens Ceramics Jean Puletti, Instr. $3 J 15Gol.
i Class in the Ceramics Room at Hospital Auxiliary Hats-Off
7:30 p.m., Martha Jean''Poletti, Luncheon in the Auditorium at INDEPENDENT DAIRY SERVING FERNANDINA BEACH"
"Our Business Is Serving You"Try Instr. 11:00 a.m.AtIantie, E-Z ,PIC
Garden Club in the Art Roomat Avenue Playground, FOR HOME DELIVERY CALL COLLECT-PO 56100JAX., FLA.1t'L .
_. - 8:00 pan. supervised play, 3:30. 5:30 p.m., 14TH &'BEECH
Men and Boys' Health Club in Hugh Sides, Supv. -
A Classified Ad For Quick Results I I the Boys' Locker Room, day and Mother's Auxiliary of Troop I
evening. 191 in the Are Room at 7:15 p.m. I
-- Lions ,Club Minstrel Practice in
the Auditorium at 8:00: p.m. ,I
Prices Good Thru
Men and Boys' Health Club in
the Boys' Locker Room, day and
evening. I

Saturday March 16

KingtisnForlstTimeln Tagged I II r ,

I 1 t We Give Merchants Green Stamps -

( 'i --- .' "a 63 Fishing Derby

+ ,
U Y h t./Hr TAMPA What is believed to\
h I -. .
be the first organized '
: program
:. ever attempted to tag King Mackerel -
I has been put into motion in '
Florida with the capture and release -
of 200 King Mackerel car COFFEE 48c.
I rying tags of the Schlitz 1903 1 LB. CAN
Fishing Derby. I .
The Mackerel have been tagged
I -In |the Florida Keys in recent I II 604, Atlantic Avenue LIMIT ONE WITH $3.00 FOOD ORDER ,

1 r. 'o I weeks by a tagging team of the I __ __ __n_ ._ ___ _____, II
Florida State Board of ConServation I
Lz Iiv. I ft was announced by Robert

I''M.for Ingle the Conservation, Director of Board.Research Giant FAQ 48c Giant TIDE 58c :

Ingle pointed out that to his /
I knowledge, not only has this species -
never been the subject of an LIMIT ,ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER '
but ._, ,
I organized tagging program -- ------- --- -- -
I also that no tagged King Mackerel ,
has ever been rported 24 oz. HY-GRADE

caught.The King Mackerel,. or "King- 39 i
1wLk1i' fish", is one of Florida's most Beef Stew FREE :
v prized fishes, being noted for its

t ,, r.mMr" i) \ <>' commerce.regal qualities Although in both a sport migratory and I .'........ 1 0 A MERCHANTS :

species, its migration patterns are V_ GREEN STAMPS
.e- a w at present merely "educated spec- TIllS COUPON
ulation."' Wesson Oil
"We hope," Research Director 49'ITII
Ingle said, "that recaptures of March 16, 1963
Schlitz-tagged specimens will supply t UNSATURATED 38 oz.
the first link in our study of
the dynamics of 'the species." He I LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER

added that this first tagging op- ... w _
; \ .. eration U only the beginning of a
4 --....::..; long-range, large-scale tagging !
ueM. program that will be begun soon
: by the Conservation Board.It .
is very difficult to tag King :

will wash the dishes ? : making King Mackerel is It,well Ingle dangerous armed explained.with and unpredictable teeth TheI, Pork Butt lb.' 45c Chuck Roast lb. 45c

to handle. In addition, its
respiratory system is so delicate White Bacon lb.
Those. big family meals are wonderful The,whole family shores'this gift of that a specimen will die in a matter Rib Steak lb. 79c
,of seconds out of water, or if .
-but oh, that pile of dirty dished! An less work and more fun for every.! its free movements in water are .

electric dishwasher gives time for body. So don't draw straws-let hampered.To "
the delicate tagging LUNCH, MEATS CHEESE
< more family fun. Why not, make it Reddy Kilowatt wash the a"nhe this. Consultant accomplish Biologist Robert Cube Steaks Fr 89c

) Topp used a modification of the POULTRY '.
technique. employed by the Cali.
fornia Fish and Game,Commissionin ,

I Praising tagging Topp Pacific fa the Albacere project, : rTLLSIURY FLOUR\ 5 Ik. 39c MORTON'S FROZEN POT PIESCHICKENTURKEYBEEF
found it
Ingle said Top had newsary ,
.- to wrap each captured PLAIN. .OR SILFRISINGGttKN '
relaxFlorida King In a wet towel white,afr -
ing'the tag with the greatest pes- '
Me .j*eL U's a ea Mer.u&ae- '; : ROSE ,HOUMIB.. 29c
: eolation where the SeMitt-tagged j MIX 'EM 5 For $1.00
Lout Of 'Each With $&9O FoodOrder
hu.bteD King Mackerel.nporled.ca.t.rtt.will tarn tia. None I. ,"'t,<"".1-. .- .* -

'i 1 .
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