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Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: March 21, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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1858 Absorbed by Purchase. Merger or Succession, The Florida News, The East Floridian. The Peninsula. The lernanoma Courier, 'me Island City, Feraaitt'na uoserver, Fernandina Express The Fernandina News The Honda Mirror, The Nassau County Star, The News. The Fern dina' Record,
Ftrn&ndina News-Record. Nassau County Leader The Outlook, The Florida-Georgia News, The lernandma News The Buccaneer.
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I VOLUME 105 NUMBER 27 FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA THURSDAY, :MARCH 21, 1963 12 PAGES THIS ISSUE IOC PER CUt Y



Commander Hirth Bestowed One of f Legion's Top Awards Lions Minstrel

bNta1IInfla -. Set For Tuesday Night I IThis




year's annual Lions Club I *

Minstrel, set for Tuesday night, "-. ,.,"... .
, r '9 ei is billed as one of the best ever t i .,"' ". '
4$4$ 'of :?
: staged by the club and advance ,. .,
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Ii ticket tales have been brisk.
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JL b Curtain time is set for 8 p.m.

and and music b/ Eileen MarelTs Orchestra -
|It t'4 minstrel time again
will entertain early arriv-
I't :r S ;
sneaked
the Lions: are roaring I
als. This musical group will also
rehearsaland
into Tuesday night's
can guarantee that this will rxi play during, the minstrel proper
I and the show
be one of their best shows ever. variety \

Djrpctpr) Bill Melton has many of 1 Director W. H. Melton says

hi* regular featured singers and that rehearsals have been inten {
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several fine new voices. Add to I sified and that this year's enter-

this Marshall Rowland, well- A tainers are the equal or better of

known entertainer, as interlocutor ; : Rr any of the many minstrels he I )1
; Jeannie Solomon, former I!I A has directed here. c

member of the famous June Tay- i( IIIII i : ; ? i : "The usual, blackface performers J

lor dancers; Vera Boner, local : : 22P # the chorus, novelty groups,

i spngstress: who can sing with the i J I :,{:. ,. i i { : .:: quartets, dancers and a few pro-
other local dancers and l entertainers
best; h1 \\#.; ::: fessional assure an
singers and your money's worthis i :w h,* '. >. .k'.:;::' evening of enjoyment," added k
assured. Better get tickets in'' f.l1p{ '\ I > Melton. _
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advance and come early for a'Igood j' \" 1 Rowland .
f.f.Wj: 'B. Marshall former own ?
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seat. ,' a ;' a J..;
of the local radio station and
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1a.: well known throughout Northeast \tj : I I _, .:

Spring training began,here overt { :: : Florida and South Georgia for ', ,

| weekend with the .rrival of 4 his work in the entertainment ",
the Dallas-Fort Worth' fntry in FOR UNCommander SELFISH DEVOTION to the American Legion and Post 54, of which he is I field, will be interlocutor for the 1 t7i4 I N .,;

the Pacific Coast League' and Albert Hirth, right, is shown receiving a solid gold lifetime membershipcard minstrel. The presence of the r Y Yr Ys ,"-.,..
many of the Minnesota.' Twins from Legionnaire Maynard C. Burre'I Adjutant and Finance Officer of Post I "Country Boy" is enough to as- ,

scouts, managers, trainers and 88, Jacksonville. At left is Legionnaire Lloyd Whitman, Post $8 Custodian, who I,I sure ,a fast moving performance. ,
made
the like. Charlotte has also Another headliner will be Jeanne .
assisted: : : PHOTO BY T. H. KING
their appearance and the other Solomon, Jacksonville dancer
teams will follow in short order. I and instructor, who is also well I J
Albert Hirth of
Commander ,
Drop around to City Ball Park., "Skinned Alive" American Legion Post 54, was the I Georgians To Build I known. locally. Mis Solomon is a
fellows round out into '
watch these
I recipient recently of one of the 24-Unit Oceanfront former member of the June Taylor -
shape and let them know
i Dancers of television fame.
they're mighty welcome each To Be PresentedBy highest by honors a member that of can the be Am attained I Motel On S. Fletcher j i Fernandina Beach's own singing Ii I
of the youngsters
Spring Many
I solid gold life- i and recording star, Vera
erican Legion, a I r.
in the major Mr. and Mrs.
will be big names Lacy Whatleyof
card. This I Boner, will delight the audience
time membership
leagues tomorrow and a numberare Junior ClassThe Tifton, Ga., have secured a 1C
accorded Commander with her lovely voice.
big timers past their peak award was ; permit from the City of Ferr ; I"i
Hirth by the members of American Four local. lassies, Margie i,
but'still playing due to 'a love of nandina Beach to build a 21- I
Junior Class of Fernan- Legion Post 54 for his unselfish Brewton,' Judy Hahn, Barbara I '
the 'After the players pet unit motel on the oceanfront at
game.
dina Beach High School will devotion ''to the American Kear will :
'' pre- : Becton and Judy repr g-
be
the kinks out there'll daily 382 South Fletcher Avenue. 1 v" n
sent "Skinned Alive", a "rib-tick Legion and to Post 54 of Fernan i sent the Julanne School of the.
and mighty good ones, too. The foot wide lot has been
300
$
&ame -
March i i
hard ling" comedy in three acts, dina Beach. (Continued\on Page Two) ,
timers are trying xCommander has been
The pld leveled and surveying
29th at 8 in the high school : I
the p.m. Hirth is charter I : I II
to hold their positions and completed for a sea wall and
rookies are trying just as hard to auditorium. member- of the Post and.has servj j the foundation. 1 f iFlenniken Names i'
dislodge them. I Included. in the cast will be ed a total of six terms as Post i 1 I ''
Richard Sapp, Tommy Oliver, Commander this being his third The permit lists the name
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-tr'otf I
Faith and begorrah but I let Sandra Dean, Joy Beville, Wayne consecutive "year in this capacity. .Ocean Terrace .Motel to. be built Plan i II> .," '
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I OflmitteeTo a z
Lot 1 Stmhmore I I .
OQ Place. .
St Patrick's Pay slip up on me Saunders, Ricky Gentry, Carl He served. as Post ,Adjutant for ; ::.,...... .

without reminding: all good sons Wolters, Judy Hahn Margie I five terms of office and has sere I w* .'. \:...... ... : '! '
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and d,',:rbtas': dt'i ;9t} ,tho B ewe atky-IiI!IoLIdward ed.as National i! Membership Corn i Lt. GOY. Hamilton Fiesta ActivityAt < : ,: '.J' .. .. J{, l ? _\'., t. ,4'
but sainted Fiveash': )nd LaVern Mock. "mitteeman! for the past eight ) Itf1ii : j: t.
day. my I l ,
great forebears, rest Sbure theft Irish souls, Admission will be 50c for stu- years.*-11e is also' a member ,of I i: the regular monthly -meet- : ,,. ,,.." .y.f, n t R ,.v.,. : ":t..: .. :,, .."'", .."',..,. "'" .....

must have stronglr considered be- dents and 75c for adults. Tickets the Century Club. On Official VisitAt I ing of the Fernandina}' Beach- !, HI JINKS will be 'the order of the evening? as the Lions Club presents the annual

setting me with the pesky lepre- may' be purchased in advance The award was presented to Yulee Chamber of Commerce minstrel) Tuesday night at the municipal auditorium. A great cast of end men, sing.

chauns for such an oversight from member of the Junior Commander Hirth at a Family I Kiwanis Meeting rectors on Monday, di-j ers, and dancers assure another fine show.
litaybtJhe fact that it chanced to any Covered Dish Supper held by, the I :, Chuck Flenniken named a .
this will give Class or at the door. I members and their families at the' '
ba*on*Sunday year mittee to make Fiesta plans. :
some respite. I'm surprised, The curtain will rise promptlyat I Legion Home in celebration 'of BY TOMMY HALL ,
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Named on' the,, committee were :
to9*, hat Jack O'Callaghan and 8 p.m. To avoid standing in American Legion week. Presenta- Kiwanians received a visit from i i Burns Bailey, Dan Daugherty, I Weatherford Hits Teenage Drinking

Dan<>Daugherty, annual wearersof line buy your ticket now for ,i I tion' of the award was made by the Lt. Governor of the Fourth I Jack Woodward, Reed Lewellen
the green, haven't been around Legionnaire Maynard C. Burrell, i Division, when "Ham" Hamiltonof
and frolicas I and Ray Caldwell.
of
laughter
with their shillalahs to wage a an the evening "Skinned I Adjutant and Finance officer of I Live Oak made his official : Bob Askins on plans County Judge J, E. (Gene) He said that such misdemeanors that parents of violators are considered -
juniors present reported I
for such Post 88 of Jacksonville, who was visit to the club Monday night.
good old donnybrook a Alive.." I for the annual $5,000 Invitational ; Weatherford issued a stern warning carry a maximum $500 fine responsible and if their
faux pas. Next year 111 l fry to assisted by Legionnaire Lloyd Giving a resume of the early Golf Tournament and informed ] this week that drinking by and/or 6 months in jail and that I I i child is under 17 years of age and

pet the surrounding waters dyed Whitman, Post 88,, Custodian. I' founding of Kiwanis in 1915, the I the directors that there was a'I I I teenagers :and the selling of alcoholic | there will be no hesitation to assess is found guilty they are also sub.

Kelly ,green as an atonement. Ferrciras Attending These men also hold'the distinc- speaker traced the progress of i conflict of dates and the tourney i beverages to those under such sentences if the viola ject to fines.

Miami Convention tion of Lifetime Memberships.A the club by reminding Kiwanians ; would have to be postponed. (The i I the: prescribed age will be dealt i| tions continue. Laws in cases of this nature are
While I was missing things short meeting was called to of the first motto which was, : tourney committee met Tuesday 1 with severely in his court. Judge Weatherford noted also carried below follows

last week J completely missed Of Florida BankersLouis (Continued on Page Two) "We Trade," later changed toi I morning and set June 6, 7, 8 and I -- See: 562.11 as :
Girl Scout Week also and extend I "We Build" at the 1916 Cleveland : Selling, giving
Florida Na 9 as the new dates). Fort Clinch Park I or serving alcoholic
my apoloc'es. We usually de- tional Bank A. Ferreira, and Mrs.I! O'Brry FuneralHeld Convention of Kiwanis.' I Jack Woodward reported a trip', Rev. James Ellisor minors prohibited. beveragw.
such organizations to jog president He out that Kiwanis is '
pend on pointed I he and President Flenniken made Visitors Total
Ferreira ,left'yesterday for Miami Tuesday In ((1)) It is unlawful for
annual I i
days,
our memory on now established in four countries i any Person -
to attend hearing!
weeks and the l Ike.: I'm eating Beach, where he will attend' Boxley Georgia and i is' presently expanding to the to Interstate Daytona Route 95 a and hef' 1,055 March 17 Accepts Call To.Sf I firm or in the case of a corporation
'annual convention of the II on ,
the 69th
I Girl Scout cookies likej/mad to continent of Europe. For many I I the offkers, agents and
.
try to even the score. Florida Bankers Association.The Funeral for Marshall O'BerryJ I years the international aspect of I also here reported last week'on on a the meeting same s held! Gil Becker, superintendent at I Peter's ChurchThe I I employees thereof, to sell, give,
Fort Clinch State Park
reported
!
convention opens today 85, father of Mrs. Lola Rowellj I Kiwanis consisted of its repre. b-I serve or permit to be served al-

Congrats to Albert Hirth, Com- with a reception, dinner and entertainment and Mrs. Franklin Lee, was held I' sentation in the United States ject.Woodward said that plans were a record attendance at the Park ,! COhOliC beverages, including wnu,

manger ,of American Legion Post at the Hotel Fontain- Tuesday at 3 p.m. in Baxley, Ga. : and Canada. underway to lay the groundwork i,, and Fort on Sunday, March 17, Rev. James D. Ellisor Assistant and beer, to persons under twen

54, en .being presented with a life I ebleau. Business sessions will be Other local ,survivors are several Kiwanis means to make our for building IR 95 at'i' when 1,055 visitors were recorded. I I Rector of Trinity Church, ty-one years of age or to permt! |
a protest on
membership at the Legion birthday I conducted on Friday and Satur i grandchildren, Cecil,' Ken. selves known, or to express your this time and a recommendationthat Total number of visitors. at the St. Augustine recently acceptedthe a' person under twenty-one years

partlast week. This is an day, and the conclave ,will be con neth and Bobby Rowell, Bill Lee ,; self. The objects of Kiwanis, U. S. 17 be four laned Park since July 1, 1962 now call to become Rector of St. of age to consume said beverage
honor that comes to only a very eluded with a banquet on Satur and Mrs Wilda DeLill. j which were established 'at one through Nassau County. stands at 100,324. Of this number, i Peter's Church. on the licensed premiset. Anyone

few, 'Legionnaires and in the case day night. Attending the services were I of the first conventions of Kiwanis Burns Bailey noted that the 23,432 were campers. Father Ellisor, native of Alabama convicted of violation of the pro.

of Commander Albert it is high Over 1,000 bankers are expect. Mr. Franklin Lee and Cecil Ro- in Denver have ,never been North Jacksonville Businessmen's was ordained into the Epis visions hereof shall be punishedby

ly deserved. ed to attend. I welL i] (Continued on Page Two) Association is also interested in Maxie And SharksTo copal Priesthood about three I imprisonment in the county
.. -f1 jail for not more than six
-- and has been Assistant merjtfw
U. S. 17 versus IR 95 and that years ago
LooUhff around the city makes I their next meeting is set for Play For Dance Rector and Director of: Christian or by fine of not more than five..
it's about time : I hundred dollars. --
that
one realize March 26. It is expected that Saturday NightMaxie Education in St. Augustine since
for fl good old-fashioned cleanup Nassau County will be represented I that time. Prior to his ordination ,I (Continued on Page Two),

campaign. 'There are lots of vis at that.meeting.. and The Four Sharks I)I! as priest in the Episcopal Church, .-

itors in-town in the way of ballplayers Curtis Lasserre, Jaycee presi- will appear Saturday' night, I he served in the Methodist Min i':! Rotarians Given : :
here for spring training March 23 from 9 until l' I
: dent, reported that the recent p.m. istry approximately six years, ob-1;I I ._...
and lots,more are fom ns:. Thev'rr a.m., in Kraft Athletic Club i)taming I his theological educationat
Crown Prix
Golden
Icing greeted by some prettyIUrl' a F orrs' cessful and that enthusiastic was very plansare suc- Building at Tenacres, to play both Emory University. Picture Of New H
sights in many areas of the and listening music. ,
dancing
) already underway for 1964's I i I Father Ellisor js about thirty. : #I>
city'and' these will be lasting im sports car races. There will be door prizes and I I': five years of age, married and Methodist

pressions. How about some local .. ; The directors went on record as the public is Invited. Details will I has a son two years old. His wife, Home rI
club spearheading a drive of this ; :}; found in ad elsewhere in I: I
: protesting plans by Senator Strat- be an Susan, sings in the choir at Trinity
We'll plentyof r I 1 I
sort guarantee you tcn for equal division of county this issue. Church. Rev. Thomas D. Ryan, Jr., |ic-
publicity. Besides sprucing up Chamber of Commerce monies.A Before his acceptance, he and I cutive director of the JackMa-

our ontwanl appearance it willm&ke .. ( news story in the Callahan BonBenefit,Parents Plan his wife and child visited Fenian- I j vile Methodist Home, Inc., was
fire department mightyhappy '
the i Record of last week said that dina Beach, meeting with the guest speaker for the Wedw2ay

by removing any numberof I Stratton planned to introduce leg Supper I,vestry and members of the par- : luncheon meeting of Rotary Gfcb

fire hazards. j jFavorable I Li I islation promoting an equal division the j,isle I They recently spent the day II | at Seaside Inn. He ww ifttfedttfed
Plans underway by
are
publicity continue of the county C of C money Fernandina Beach Band Parents!i i I with the 'Junior Warden. concur- j| by Rev. John L. Jones patter of
( between the Callahan Chamber !j I I ring on the painting and general ; Memorial Methodist Church, ad
in regularly in connection for benefit chicken
a
to come and the Fernandina Beach-Yulee Association repairs to the rectory. Their present -: program chairman for the day,
with the new Florida Marine Wel Chamber.) supper on the evening of Satur-1 plans are I to move to Fey !* Rev. Ryan eloquently prwental

come Station and the City Ma _____ day,. April 20, at the high school I nandina Beach during the week a detailed picture of Wesley. Manor *
from another Mc
is
Latest
rina. cafeteria. following Easter the &2 million Methodfrt
Craw-Hill publication, National ? 1' f/ Junior Class Selling i The supper will be served from :( I jI I itiremsnt home now under construction re-
News, a i until 7:30 Cost will be $1.50
Petroleum 200-plus page Tickets To Annual 5:30 in
Jackswyaic on JiliBgion -
J 1285 Tons
magazine which enjoys a huge; for adults and $1.00 for children. Rayonier ; Creek and State RNd.lt
both in the United 'Benefit Ball Game the music win ,
circulatwn j During supper : Pulp Leave By I II I The heme will acwmmdat
and foreign countries. | the school i
high
States be provided by ,I etjlapartment
and will
296 consist
Handling the story was B. E 'The Junior Class of Fernaadina dance band.Mental. |> Ship This Week :', person buildings fer.I these
regional editor Beach High School is handlingthe I
partiesAtlanta and, he.: pave both the city and ticket sales for the annual f j i Activity was at a peak early!. residents, central dtafeg, arts and
Health Assn. j
Standard Oil Co. some big plugs benefit baseball game staged during i- this week at Rayonier docks I crafts, recreation library audi
} .. iI i when two ships loaded 'with Ray 1: torium, chapel, administration.
Barnes cited in his story that spring training of the Minnesota To'Meet March 26 !
Twins farm clubs. !osier I pulp for foreign ports. ,i iI and medical facilities

'25,000 local 1 harbor craft each pass through 7,000 the [ DATES FOR THE $5,000 INVITATIONAL GOLF TOURNAMENT were changedthis This year's, game will be stag. TV Nassau County Mental! !I Early Monday, the S. S. Make- :i Rev. Ryan brought out that *we
year with
o? these of the yacht va igty. week to June 6-7-S-9 by the tournament committee, shown above. Seated, left pi on March 31 and will pit the Health Association will meet i donija loaded 660,tons bound for j i I are witnessing and aartidpsjing

: Tr? ft to right, J. E. (Gene) Weatherford,, G. H. Waas, Jr., and Rob Young. Standing Pro Dallas-Fort Worth entry in the Tuesday March 26, at 8 p.m. in the Mediterranean, and Tuesday(in a great social change. life

Senator Harry Stratton, of Ed Mattson! and Bob Askins. Waas and Young .are co-chairmen. Posters and advance ., Pacific Coast League against the Callahan. the S. S. Jalakirti took on 625 span i* j increasing thereby 1n*

Calbhan.has stirred up quite a : publicity from the Chamber ,of Commerce will go out to pros and amateurs. Charlotte Hornets of the South Ail interested persons ,are Invited tons of. pulp..consigned_ to the Far] creasing the number of persons

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Page Tv'o' I' Newsreader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, March!2l, 1963 ''to. r ,' '.' .
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: FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS LEADER l'ifTERS TO I "I Lt. Gov. Hamilton I Adults Invited To '1 Weafherford -

,_ I 511 ASH STREET r- PHONES 3686 4 3GS7 \ Know ouiFlorida Laws Register This Week
C The Editor' 1 I (Continued from Page One) I I (Continued from Page One)
A John K, Perry Newspaper For Study CourseAn
j ((2)) It i io: unlawful for any per-
4. ?tar Oldwell, Editor a&uNATIONAL stanae.v I as changed, although the yearly objecthes -
As A Public Service
March 19, 19C3 Prepared By of Kiwanis change annu- adult class in religion for son to misrepresent or misstate
Sir Ray Caldwell, Editor his or her age or he age of any
non-Episcopalians began Sunday,
,' p ; EDITORIAL The Fernandina Beach News- THE FLORIDA BAR ally."Men of Kiwanis today havevision" March 17th, at St. -Peter'sEpis.. :'I person for the purpose of indit
.. } D IA S CeTI N Lea4er' r- ing any licensee, ms agents'or
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::: ::J the speaker said, "Theyare copal Church. ,
,; The Statewide Organization of Lawyers & Judfes '
ii: to: ( F Fernandina 1a Beach/Florida I the unchartered I Members 'I! employees; to sell gjv, serve or
still
s sailing of other ufth'es in'
.. : CIA Sponsored by Nsssaa County Bar Association l deliver any etolulit I3ver4gos
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Dear Mr. I viion' i
Caldwell: I seas, but the//; have that the community have attended this
I' ARC AUDITED PAID ClKrUUTlOV Your newspaper has, been very --. that pervaded the organizers of ,' course in past to deepen to ,a person} under 'ttvinty-pne
.,\\1 Published every Thursday and entered it the Office helpful in the; past putting the i I SO "Op'RE GONG tar 1 A itnuim court often is like' Kiwanis at Detroit in 1915." j their Faith rod to years return to their I I years of ages Anyone eanvicted ofI
Fernandina Beach florida, as second class mail matter. facts about the function of probftioij TO BE A WITNESSLa mouse caught in a' trap. His Gale Pike of Reedsville Indiana I own churches as more effective I I violating the provisions; hereof
mswers be blocked at shall be"punshed! by Imprisonment -
:' and parole ,before your i A Lawyer" may every was a, visiting Kwan'an. Christians.. Those who have notregistered' '
Subscription Rates: urn by lawyer's objections, or j in the county jail for not
readers, and I take this I his Joel 1
opportunity Give You Pointer Bob Cenek had as guest, to date and would like
$4 a year $2.25 6 months $1.25 3 Months for'the i wisted into something differentrom t[ ore than three months or byline
of thanking you ) On How' To Act In Court Hammond of Container Corpora- to attend, are urged to do so this
_:,I $".50 a year out of county interest you have shown in this : what he i intended. Quite of- ; week. of not more than two' hundred
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I ruth is completely by-passed Clu'.:) rs present were Edward The course has nine'more'week t ison under the age of seventeen
Smith told
one of your recent issues you i a straightforward ,Asl.e and Bubba Quattle- ;, ly sessions and the pamphlets
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'n the } said
law's zealous insistence on years violating provisions
reprinted editorial, which setout of the accident "to hi*
sn story '
Rules 'Per Training Juvenile Delinquents t clearly the fact that wife. He described in detail how compliance with the rules of en. : baum. "Journe/ Faith". wuuen i>y ,shall be within the jurisdiction of
,!oJ very Newt Roberts spoke 'briefly to ,; Frederick and Barbara Wolf will"
dence. the judge of the juvenile court,
,. funds for sufficient she' fell down the stairs
shortage of state store : ,
Sheriff's monthly publication the Florida 1 the club about the Benefit Baseball be used a the basic study.
The of
Star personnel has been thechef how a defective step had caught A properly prepared witness is j ? I if any or the county judge acting
Sheriffs' Association, recently printed some rules on how handicap to a broader application I her heel But when the opposing better able to meet the impact of >! ( gap between the Charlotte A general discussion period and I jas a juvenile judge and shall be

,to"raise a juvenile delinquent.Here of probation and parole-1 counsel asked him: i withering crossexamination.That's : Hornets and Ft. for Wortb the-Dallas benefit coffee break will follow the study I dealt with by said judge as a iuvenile -
I teams on March 31 i course with sessions ending delinquent according to a\v
to the end that more convictsmay "Did you discuss this case with why'able trial lawyers
they are I of tblll Junior Class, which promptly at 9:00: p.m. Sessions 1 Sec. 562.111 Possession of alcoholic -
the before carefully instruct each witness
be and that to court? I
rehabilitated, anyone coming on i .
1, Begin with infancy .to give the child everything he state will spend less on this effort he blurted an emphatic: "No, of proper courtroom behaviour. : will receive'of the 40 game.% of Stuart th \net Davis pro.cceds are held in, Whitney Hall at 7:30: hibited. beverages by minors pro
p.m.
t ',.:: ants. In this way he will grow up believing the world than on putting them behind course not!" The answer east a Here are ten golden rules for distributed tickets to the membership I
fatal shadow over the plaintiff'scase to follow if i I It ii unlawful for any ,person
i owes your you're summon-
the
him a living. bars.The to sell for game. ,
: Commission is asking the because once the cross-ex- edto. court They make the dif- Bryan Rauschert president Rotaricms Given I under the age of twenty-one years
2. When he picks up "bad" or "dirty" words laugh legislature for enough funds to i aminer extracted the truth, he fefence between .:your success or gave a statistical account from a I to have in his or her possession

,vat him. That will make him think, he is cute, He will add 48 supervisor With these was able to discredit Smith in the failure on &e \witness. stand. II ,then wprds additional trained men, the' Commission eyes of the jury. 1. Never:\a with Chamber II I.I
run off and pick up some other that will blow r rue opposing 'of Commerce, pointing
in the 65 bracket; Iq
supervise and regul "Atness who lies about such over age
can j counsel, or flare l jn ,out the of high school
.the top oft of your head. ate enough convicts who are' obvious 'matters," he hammered up. anger no percentage 5 Florida,; from 1950 to 1960, the
matter how strong the provoca'I.dropout*, on the state, national
'"" 3. Never give him any spiritual training until he'Uwehtyone found to be' eligible for proba- with telling effect, "is 'likely to tion. You'rei as;'helpless as a fish and. local level number above age 65 increased

{ and, then let him decide! for himself. By the : tion or parole to reduce the cost have lied about everything!" And in a barrel ih'e"moment you lose : On the previous Monday, Ki- 136 percent in the', more Union.than any other
r to the state of these people materially ; Bill Smith (that wasn't his real state
.. .same. logic! never teach him the English language. Maybe;,' In addition these supervised name but it will serve to illus. .your self-conr\oL i wanians .and their ladies Woodward enjoyed I i "This has brought about real

k Mvhen' he is old enough he will want to speak Bantu. ,I convicts will be out producing t trate the point) found himself in 2. Talk slowly on the witness an Motor oyster roast Attending at wasa Implications for all and it has be. INSURE YOURMORTGAGE
stand -.l what Company
I .. :- 4. Praise him in the presence to all of his neighbors ; t their own living and supporting trouble on the witness stand. You j natural bent no i jn matter' speech., There's your busload of visiting Kiwanians come necessary to adopt a pro"
to accommodate elders
show him how much smarter he is i than the other child- Iii IiiI Thank their you again dependents.for your con- I are can ever profit called by his, as'mistake you if might you ,'J nothing more, disconcerting to a Jacksonville and their wives from. clubs in the gram Ryan added, our ;

,. area.Commander :
;
rapid-fire than
I ,- xam ner a "
crps church
"The Methodist has
ren. tinued interest in this subject of very well be, to testify as a wit- ...---
5. Avoid the use of the word "wrong." It may develop rehabilitation. It is a field of I ness. 1: slow spoken,' x deliberate witness, : now, or under construction 125 .. ,
who will be : '
not ;
stampeded OJ diverted "
: great opportunity, and tHis Commission i Don't Dodge the Witness Chair! Hi-rth i i retirement homes. Wesley Manor II
in the child a "guilt complex. This will prepare wants the State of Florida Let meNay right here: a wit- I into ddngerpus side paths will make the 3rd in ,Florida," he
: him to believe when he is later for stealingcars I and there's nothing more dangerous !\ concluded. Low cost policy provides the
punished on to have the full advantage of ness does not always have a hap- '' (Continued from PaJ'eOne-) I

or assaulting women that society is against him" its possibilities. i I py time, but for your own I ed answers.to you, than quick-trigger- order by Commander Hirth after ) Visiting Rotarians were Walter i I money mortgage that,if Can breadwinner help pay the

Sincerely 9 sake, don't ever flee your respon- which Legionnaire Hugh Stone, Johnson of Harrisburg, Va., dies. Plan now to leave your
that he is
anfl being persecuted. I Roy W. Russell I sibility as a witness! It may not I 3. Never guess- at the meaning II j Jr. gave the blessing and everyone and Lyle Vernier and Jud Beck home debt-free. See us ,for

: G. Pick-up everything often him: his shoes, his books, Chairman always be convenient for you to of a question. 'Too many people i ,present' proceeded partake with of Jacksonville. I detail no*oblibationlWOOlEN !

S his clothes. Do everything for him so he will be Florida Probation and leave your job or home and 1 dislike: to show signs of ignor- of all the delicious food that was i, 'Guests of the club were Fer- I
ai experi-j Parole Commission spend a day in court. But remem- ance. If a :question is ambiguous, I II Ii iI prepared for' this occasion Intro., nandina High students Bobby II
enced in burdens others. I
throwing \
** on ber this: Some day the shoe may i I there's ,a good, chance you're bejing duction of members and their. Jennings, Lynn Joyner and Tommy .
7. Let him read anything he wants. Have no concern be on the other foot. You may i baited (for a contradiction ; guests followed. Hall, Jr.

whatever for what goes into his mind. Provide him Just Romblin'I I find the fate of your own case later I on. Don't be ashamed to i{ I Rev. Jones had as his guest, I 'Insurance Agency;

t the willingness of : state frankly: "I don't know what i Larry' Thompson, a Jacksonville CALL ELLEN SHANK
hinging
a with Lily for his lips, but let his brain drink from on I "" i i .
cups any .
(Continued from Page One) someone'to' come forward and tell you mean. ] Trade At Home student, 'who- accompanied Rev. 2615503w
rltrthy container for words and ideas. what he knows. People who rev I (Continued: Next Week)'. ,1I I Ryan to Fernan&na Beach. i

: 8.Quarrel frequently in the presence of your :child bit 'of conversation with the not fuse to volunteer as witnesses for I I --- ----- ---- ----- -. .- -- ..
ice that he will seek legislationin I "
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others are, in the last analysis,
In this will le for broken homes
a ren. way they prepared. the 1963 Florida legislature to I injuring themselves! "

JAjer on. make an equal division of money : Your first impulse when ask. I

.... 9,- Give him all the spending. money he wants; never !, provided by the County Commission ed: "Did you talk to anyone II II I
for the Callahan Chamber I I "
about this case! is to give a de.
let him his ..
earn own. and the Femandina Beach Yulee ;
fensive "No", But common sense I ... ... ..... .
10. Satisfy every craving of the child for food, drinks Chamber. Yule has been considering i will tell you that a lawyer must I 1Mlrawkrmsari.: .rpow, ws.frkl* r1*ttAre.J+rx xr r r

'--everything\ that has to do with the sense of taste and for some time forming their talk to his witnesses before trial. I II I

own separate Chamber and a No attorney in his right senses.II '
touch sensual desire.
gratifying
,
every strong protest will probably be I
(, would put a witness on the stand
11., Take his part against I policemen, teachers, and heard from that area. The notice j I "cold.. I

neighbors They are all "prejudiced" against your child. appeared as a news story in the i Here is another type of question i : PICK\\\

t J 12. When he gets into real l trouble always! defend i Callahan, paper.r rAre I I to the: "When legal l rate did you of speed$low';"own or :i TAKE YOUR "

yourselves and say, "I never could do anything with him." you what the "con" artists I "In what month did you stop

term an "easy jnarks'. If. sp, you're j cheating your partner!" .(iji hiss
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not alone for many people fair a familiar pattern of question! ,

prey to co-called salesmen each' trite perhaps, yet it has a thousand .

DOES YOUR INSURANCE week and right it's here happening at home.too If regularly a ,' variations witnesses.that still trap- un- I Thtxi get1oW-tDst hank fintmtitg here '

PROGRAM I INCLUDE door-to-door salesman calls on wary _
"Are being for '. I
paid
:' you com >' .
you, demand to see if he i is registered : _
r.r.i ENOUGH FOR AN ing to court? Watch out for
0
131: t', I";j ,IIII with the Chamber of Com this question. Never forget thatit One- of the many reckons. \why youllf I !like, to i ,
APPROPRIATEMEMORIAL i iT :
1p"
t 7 merce and the city. If he's le iti. :.
is for to
I __ I /?. I mate he will furnish his picture receive perfectly a day's proper wages for you appearing i ; .. : .. 1 i .* : ;

t- i- --- -- Our !..w Down'I'ay mcnt, Easy Term. with an implication and"be r nt-I in court as a witness f I finance your car with a- bank auto loan, i is < ;.
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ed solicitor's card. If }he! .I.
1 Inured: Balance 1'ltn Was Designed) To Assist You and Your a I more than that may raise a suspicion : ; + "
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furnish such a card send him on of "
testimony '
1 Family "bought riles =
his wav and save future head- of what the this You ca'n take pick have 'the.free. ,
roXT ArT US FOR DETAILS course, you are ( .. i : your r
While 'I'm the subjecthere' Y
aches. on .
courts know as an "exnert witfleas .
ALL-STATE MEMORIAL 'INC. .
o'it of town '
I a protest on entitled '
to fees.
special, I '
Box 56 FEKVANDIXA. BEACH C Tl Inram. Ucp. I ers who operate here in competi v 'dom of choice :t to buy :a car! wherever you', JJe%

II I ton with local business men and AUtILlAn\ : />
---- - --' skilled craftsmen. These people: LEGION ; t .
:-: ': ', 7 -- -
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i come in and do a plumbing job, I The American Legion; Auxiliaryof I '. : : : -; ,:'. canget.the.t best deal, or, value,, ;, '-.', \:;, .- \ t
K',1
work the like and '
electrical or Theodore Hernandez Post 54, ., *
take their back home to I 'ti"c'.. '
profits will meet Tuesday, March 25, at I : .. J "
spend, while the .l locals have toI I 8 p.m. at the legion home. f {.1'li"'d-. ., ', r', .. '
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furnish a place of business, pay i tier ,. < (
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LUCY, SAYS. ,, city viding and employment county taxes for plus local pro- Lions Minstrel I: 1 1;,'?,,' :.:.: : ,.,; ,.' < j. :: .

> workers. Let's keep all the business can borrow at low moneY -
5 : ;;: lWhat's: : more, you ,
i here at home that we can ri4'4
(Continued from Page One) '
It's a good, sound economical i :
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You I } bank '
: practice.'r II Dance with a ballet entitled"Modernique" :. Coving rates.and repay. with ease.,

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1 1k
March always brings the inevitable ; Little Miss Mary Marell of k .
t winds and with it the just''II Jacksonville entertain with a t':. ( : on:convenient monthly installments scaled s

as inevitable kites Here are just a song and dance routine. : .

I few tips parents might pass on to I The inimitable local barbershop '

their kit flying offsprings. Don't I, quarter, "The Nassau .. :.;to your income :, more reasons'why; : Y ou 1II
cross streets or highways while Sounds',' will render several of
flying kites. Don't fly a kite witha their ever-popular numbers. The I '

LudiejP! I metal in the tall Of frame because quartet includes Claude Haddock.Rex I '. want to finance your auto loan ,heret. -. ; -

's Ben Franklin found out Dudley, Russell Still 'and .y

Ions. long, ago that such gadgets Mercury Kavouklis.Bill I .
I
could attract lightning, For the Nichols, Jacksonville singer ,

Too'! same reason, 'don't use )tinel is also on the program for 'a II I I
string, wire or ant twine with metal vocal rendition. I

in it. Don't fly a kite over tele- Minstrel entertainers are as II
\
< ; I vision or radio aerials or near electric follows: I Still another plus you'll get money in a .r _
,
.. lines. Don't pull on the
'. power Doug "Bones" Decker singing .
wta$' <. string or climb a power pole to "Rufus Rastus John on Brown". .
Nome Pad \ !oosen.a snagged kite. Don't John "Shine" McClane singing hurry enjoy prompt, courteous, confidential l .

... touch fallen electric wires.. Don't "Brownskin Gal", .. .
+ ,, f.
'
I L-i ., I fly a kite in the rain. Does this \ Y
"Is It
: -' Lucky Simpson singing
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: : t" : borrow from '
-..-+ '-,-.-,,, ',' .........,".: .;:\ sound like it complicates this age- True What They Say AboutDixie" service whenever you us. ;
I old joy for youngsters. Don't let r II
.Now "Luclte"'Paints inside and outsidebothare
can use '
you .
I.t. for there "still plenty o f
are Bill "Big 'un" Thornton ing.in
to use and lovely to look at. and all loan needs
easy For auto loan
wide open spaces for kite flyinrand "Plenty For Me". S : your your ,
INSIDE, new Du Pont "Lucite"Wall Paint needs no stirringor plenty of fair days. Just play Bob "Slick" Talton. "I Don'tCare r/

thinning, doesn't drip or spatter like ordinary paint.Dries I safe and, steer clear of the dang, If The Sun Don't Shine". without obligation. !

in minutes. Rich, flat finish. 22 colors. ers."O Carson "Parson" .McKendree'Do ," t see us. '
*nTHa4 .
Lord".
5-
OUTSIDE, new Du Pont 'Incite" House Paint is incredibly I an interesting and wel- Morris Skipper, "Without A '

i. durable: and so easy to use.Protects your home like a plastic I -ome picture post card, this week Son ", I L FLORIDA National lank

shield. Takes less time and labor to apply. Water clean-up. ; *rom Tommy Tilman. Tommy Mike "Rastus" Fiala, "Who _

I Ii i left recently with Bill Pinckley Threw The Overalls In' Mrs. Mur, **U M Man.Ml_MhMM M *I I sttF ,
"BUCQ" SAm SHEEN EUIKL Washable w I, ,nd his fleet of shrimp boats for'South phy's Chowder". s.e.cr'

luster finish for woodwork kitchens, bath Amerca to trY the shrimp, Bill -Wiggle" Milton, "Hey
liner rooms. Colors match "Lvcitc" Wall Paint. : ',,? there The card was from Bobarfta". a1.tJII
<4' aawellata.
DUPollt "CUCO"CLOSS HmELRugged.washable.Forood j I Cayenne, French Guiana, which Emory "Bugs" Courson, "Whec
*' or metal, inside or out. 20 colors. I e'I '$ their current port of call HP Irish Eyes Are Smiling". 4a M
says thev lave been real busy George "Geech" Tyson Moon
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Finishes au PUT'UCR AND FLOOR HAMEUTocgh. I ..ettin$! the boats in shape fo! 2iver". f5gg

'or C\Y\I"\ ,'uthcr-proof.finhh that tales traffic Ideal I I 'ihins> and that th$ shrimpinr! Bob "Li>htnon' SpringerXhtV:

t tl for porch patio, Cooatwr i now is real good Tommy adde \ Good Day, I

; Surface TRIM uo SHUTTER ENAMEL Spar- I that the weather ha* been 1f1.' Tickets are on sale bymeniers -

lung fade and mildew resistant fin fr for lice but that the people as trhole ) 'bf the Lions Club and'may

outside trim. are years behind rrioderr also be purchased at the doofw\
r I times. The picture post cart le night of the show.
showed a street scene with th ""

NASSAU BUILDING & SUPPLY CO. ears American about and'evenly European divided betweer makes. ,Even if you are 65 or over ail'tiu :I I i

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_h __''-4. I._ .. M ,I-. : ..... .I News-Leader, F ernan' ma'' .Beach, Florida Thursday,. March* !.r. I96S r---: Page Three;
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Container r Sets Woman's Club -.J r...High Elementary

{:,,... Fashion Show
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..;5<+, :;; LUNCHROOM MENU'S
Thej'Garden ; .1:;?%: e'S's.l.fefjK'i
,i'r New Sales Record Set For April 24 MARCH 25.29 ,

: The Finance Committee The menu for this week has

/ Basket .:r !: .. During Past Year Philanthropic of the Woman's Club will been prepared by Mrs. Johnson's8th
sponsor the annual Fashion Show Grade Class.

b 1'' ;; BY JANE SCOFIELD j AL //Fi : CHICAGO, March 11, 1963 and Card Party on April 21 at Monday: Spaghetti wgroundbeef
I :: Increased sales and earnings for 8 p.m. at the Woman's Club. and tomato sauce, pineapplesalad
As in the past fashions on lettuce leaf, frozen
J}Yjth\ the warm weather we are p \q 1962 are reported in the'annual years
will be presented by- Lynn's, and green limas, French bread and
having there are no doubt many report to shareholders of Con- there will be door prizes. butter, cherry cobbler, and %
think tainer Corporation of America,
gardeners beginning to State Farm PointsTo
The public is cordially invited pint milk.
,about caladiums. Last fall we .,. published today. Consolidated net
tried to give you a resume of the ( sales of the company reached an I to attend. Tuesday: Bar-b-cue pork on
New Record all time high of $343,045,000 buttered bun, boiled potatoes in
Jjrsf, part of a talk on caladiumsby io an
Mr. G. G. Gerbing 'at a meeting increase of four per cent over I Ensign Andrew Allan jacket, carrot sticks, succotash,
of the Rose Garden Club, I I YiCtQFY3ei1aC4I KtA.Cn 1961 sales of $330,093,000. Consolidated lime jello, chocolate chip cookies,
In Auto PremiumsJames Completes LandingsOn and *"
pronging to report the planting $ earnings for 1962 were % pint milk.Wednesday "
Ay
information he gave in the spring. .+}! l $18,670,000, compared with $18-II Lexington : Roast turkey
Yoij t will remember that Mr. Bowers, local agent for 4 Pi4tFjS1 'r r 298,000, in 1961, an increase of w/dressing, giblet gravy, Cran
Gerbing advised storing these State Farm Mutual Automobile $ two per cent. Earnings for 1962 Pensacola, Fla. (FHTNC) berry sauce, candied sweet pota-

tubers in an uncovered container Insurance Co., began a series of e were equivalent to $1.72 per I Navy Ensign Andrew S. Allan toes, string beans, biscuits and
in..a room where the temperaturewould ads in this week's issue and pointsto &4 C'f wrs share, compared with $1.68 per HI, son of Mr. ,and Mrs. Andrew butter, H orange, and %" pint
not drop lower than about his company's new record in I s share for the previous year (Preliminary I S. Allan Jr. of 1717 Beech St., milk.

fifty-five degrees, that heat this field. I L ; >, 1r, sales and earnings fig- has made six arrested carrier Thursday: Hamburger/buns,

would not hurt them as much as Bowers, who recently openedthe II ures were released by the com- qualification landings aboard the lettuce and tomato salad, potato

cold would. According to Mr. city's newest agency, announced __ y'a, pany on January 29.) support aircraft carrier USS Lex chips, green beans, apple sauce,
"Cer1>'irig, it is not time to take that his office will be closed Container's annual report indicated ington, operating in the' Gulf of peanut butter cookie,. and % pint
Mexico.
them out of storage yet. lie re next week while he attends an that 1962 marked the fifth milk.
commends planting them the lat advanced training school for consecutive year in which the A milestone in the careers of Friday: Fish sticks, tartar
ter part of April, saying that the State Farm Agents in Jackson Ii i j company's sales increased. Do- naval aviators, the six landingson sauce, stuffed celery w/peanut
later they are planted the longer ville. | mestic sales for the year totalled t the Lexington's flight deck butter, frozen green asparagus,
Reason': they will have. There isQ During the instruction I $273,268,000 compared with $263- qualify the aviators to go on to buttered corn, rolls and butter
I ylyno need to hurry them, forsae' will join other Florida,coursehe 'Georgia ANOTHER CONTRIBUTION TO BOATING SAFETY in this area has been institutedby 300,000 in 1961. Overseas sales : more advanced stages of aviation. i l apple wedges, and % pint milk.
depend on them for summer- and South Carolina agents in- the Nassau County Sheriff's Water Patrol. Signs like that shown above will be were $69,777,000 in 1962, com-I I

Jt i''Porders to replace spring studying improved techniques. placed at all boat ramps in the county so that boaters can record the general area pared with' $66,798,000 in I in the company's 1W53 capital investment I old
opining, flowers. }J1.spite off .. State Farm Mutual in 1962 be- where they will fish and the estimated time of their return. This way the Water an increase of five per cent. The I I program will be the ex- "So you long for }Jhe good
I- Jesuit warm days, (.we are al ame the first auto insurer in Patrol will be aided in searches for missing or overdue boaters. Shown with sign, company, world1 largest producer II pansion and modernization of pa- I days? Well, try reading these"
t }$ot certain to have chilly weatbewaround John Bodine Water Patrol President Bob Carter of paperboard packaging, has mills lines by the light of an oil lamp!
history to report more than a left to right, Deputy and Sheriff perboard located at Brew--
Calif
E. Vista
Easter, that first full 73 domestic mills and plants located M. Remsburg, ( )
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half-billion dollars of earned auto ,H. J. Youngblood. ton, Alabama, and Circleville, '
PHOTO BT H. KINO Press.
the vernal uinox i T.
I .tflooj'Jifter not insurance premiums in a single in 50 cities throughout the Ohio.
..coming until April 8th. We carr /ear. nation. Container operates 51

'brffhrto plan for them and order President Edward B. Rust, in School Echoes. Sp. 4 Harold Hodges overseas packaging facilities, located "A great many people are already I I
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: tubers.caladiums Remember like in considerable planning !his year-end summary for the High Completes CourseAt in seven' nations in Western working a four-day week. ) i
that parent firm of the It takes them five six i
six-company Europe and Latin America. I just or i
I shade' and shade is essential for State Farm group, said that State BY SHARON COUGH Fort RuckerFort As part> of continuing expansionand I days to do it." -- Ray Winans, I TORO
: thft varieties with transparen-; ?arm Mutual recorded earned i West Springfield (Mass.) Record. !
with all bulbs Hi! The Tri Hi Y held Sophomore Class. I the Rucker Ala. modernization Container !,
leaves As a s( a pro- am sure (AHTNC) program .
iremiums and membership fees I' ------- --I
Called bargain caladium tubes if $542,276,885 on automobile in- gram meeting Tuesday night at dance will be a lot of fun. Army Specialist Four HaroldJ. Corporation invested $24 II I MOWERS'WITH

: wiU'Ieave much to W desired. T< wrance in 1962 a 9.6% in- : the Recreation Center. Judge The F.B.H.S. Band is once Hodges, son of James If. Hodges million in capital improvements I i
show true color in the ledves, thr Macclcnny, recently !
S rease over the 1961 figure of I Gene Weather- again selling band tags for auto completed during 1962, compared with 19.
tuber!' must be one ty one and r '194594391. I I fqrd, g u e s-t mobiles for only $1.00. The band a five-week basic'aircraft I
half inches in diameter. i iS in maintenance at The Aviation 5 million in 1961. Major 1962 i. j
:
so Local agent foe State Farm is speaker, pre- wjll greatly appreciate/the pub course
> *.,purchas.es small, tubers one Tames E. Bowers.. He is located fi sented a most lic's support in this sale. Buy Center, Fort Rucker, .Ala.I capital investments; mentioned in BUILT-IN
: must wait a season or' more fo' tt 314 Atlantic Ave. r .' enjoyable pro your tag now and be the first in Specialist Hodges was instructed the company's annual report include

1 S sl{ results. .J' Total earned premiums (includng : gram. your neighborhood to have an in operations of Army airfields construction of a new fold- VACUUMWe
is not too fa' The sophomore addition to the "family" car. and servicing and
airplanes
;_ Daylily season general liability coverages) ing carton plant in Carol Stream,
4x
away now, and a little attentiorto eported by the world's largest 4:;; A class will The seniors have been extra helicopters.The Service Them
them will payoff 0 in bette iyto insurer were $559,368,025( sponsor a Spring busy ordering' graduation an-I 22-year-old soldier, son of Illinois; expansion of a corrugated
bloom. From the time the nev ompared with $510,159,221 a tt Dance F r i day nouncements and being measuredfor Mrs. Veronica Bowers, Hilliard, container plant at Anderson,
leaves appear in the sprint
through the blooming season i Rust said State Farm Mutual Center. Report'cards were distributedthis 1959. fibre can plants, located at San
_ when they need most attentionIf wlicies in force totaled 7,379,98 Admission is only 50c stag and week. It is difficult to be- Jose, California and James ur AFTERJ'WiNNE1 HARDEE DROS.
they have not already beer an increase of 689,474 ((10.3% ) 75c drag. The gay affair 'will begin lieve that there are only 12 more Oh yes, Martha, maybe it is .
fertilized this spring give thena luring the year. Surplus to proeet at 8:00: p.m. and will end at weeks of school and not even that better to have looks than brains. New Jersey; and construction ofa AAA TIAFRC 218 Atlantic I"
fertilizer rather low in nitro policyholders was increased r 12:00:: mid-night. Everyone is, urg- long for the seniors. Most men can see better than solid fibre container plant near SAFETY
POJTEI CONTEST
gen, for you are more interested 21,203,575 during 1962 to $274 ed to ask a date and support the See you next week! they can think. Frankfurt, Germany. Major items

in flowers, sturdy stems,. am !118,045. The company settled 2,- t
good roots than in over lush: fol '80,225.: claims during 1962, total- .

lage. The more you,water then ng $309,302,264. Both .of these ". iI J
during this season when gro\\t) vere sizeable increases over 1961 : ': :

is rapid and flowers are being, the number of claims? increasng :: : If you took away the Rayonier Cellulose ,. f .
formed the more beautiful th 15.7% and the amount paid I
flowers will be. These days w I > 18.6 ; '
e are even told to spray daylilie y This %sharp increase in claim what do you suppose would be left? "" '

when new growth starts ii 'requency and severity pared ." ; .If
spring. They are.noted{ for thei tate Farm j'JU dual's und rwrit \ ;" '" ; *&fm <10111. Ii *' *',.. -
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resistagce'tarfitsert3''but with increased "' ,_I ', ..... -. k; 'J r ; /
I : ng gain t6$7,935SS8 'Vb\npar- ",. ,.... ... 'L. '. .. It
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interest )ji rf? hybridizatfo- 'd wjth $43,164,643 in 1961. In .". I I'. ;.,,... [Ii. ',' 'i--..".." -ti
varieties seem" to have develop estment income for 1962 was w r-' .
<
that are attractive to such ect "27,565,716, a 17% increase over ,: :> : : l.
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i mies! as thrips, aphids, and re he 1961 figure of $23,418,413. \ ," i I .'. *
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spiders. This is not a good Urn Other members of the State ,. # #, f

to divide or move daylilies, tl farm group also charted record t ..:...
best time being when they J p 'rcomplishments during 1962. ,. ( :. ,' ,- i
dormant after blooming. It is ak State Farm Life passed the $2 ".' ''' f.of ,
quite satisfactory to move ther 'lillion ordinary life insurance in ., -
while in bloom, and a very goo' 'orce mark in September of 1962 o it itr '

time to select them for color. tnd finished the year with $2,061- .. .r .
Chrysanthemum cuttings ma S25.0C7 on the books. 'd ::

be taken now and rooted' in sang Total insurance in force was t ., ;t. y I ; 7 ....
Use four to six inch tip cuttingof -
2,225,802,447, a 15.34% increase --
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the new growth. Propagatin wet year-end 1961. '

by cuttings instead of divisio Assets were $272,311,132, com .., ; <<'. .. ,. .
eliminates the carry-over of di: ared with $241,553,256 last, v >ar. II j 1, r '1 ., ..
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ease from the old plants. The? Surplus to protect policyholders'as \
cuttings root readily: increased $3,204,421 duringhe rl' ,
,a little different summe /1 II VIJII Ii
Foj year to a total of $31,717,415 l r ? s a- t' / '.,
flower, try raising dahlias frog An $11.3 milljon increase iniomeowners
"planted now. Suitable varieties I
( business entrenched<
: Tor raising from seed ar Mate Farm Fire and Casualty as (97/ '
found on the seed racks. he second largest writer of that t ; L

1 overage and boosted the com _
"Safety tip don't spee' 'any's direct written and assum- fir Ih II' o o. .' .
It's better to be late down her "d) premium total to $77,974,903 '. ,I. Nd I J W ,

.than.. early up there." )f this, $41,970,261 was home- _to ,
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wners business. Last year the

otal was $57,615315, including '
_- _- 4;_ _ :30,592,078 in homeowners. I y J w, Jt .
There were 135,131 standard'isk 1 J J 1 Np"9
auto policies in force instate

Farm Fire and Casualty at if
he end of 1962 an increase for ..',1.
Jie year of 52190. State Farm's : 1
;tandard risk plan was introduc .: .
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orotection for many drivers who, ,f f: ':. \ u ,}t a ,( I9
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tecause of age or minor blemishes / v v /Ji: 4 fit

> on their driving records, found .
nsurance\ difficult to get. Prem- ...i "
'ims on standard business in I ,
1 962 totaled $15,223,884. *.>' -. {' .'. 1it, : \ c

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tate Farm Life is not I .. ,,-Ii'>
reported assets of $3,128 >:
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vas operating..in nine states at a'il _
'ear' end"and plans to extend < ..
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Hostesses- Honor Eda tertz Circle I Be 25' I Rev. MoximiiIc1vcdor; Refugee" Driest, Mrs. Miller i Presents Mrs. Hfgginsorv' i

)J\rs.\ Da sync Crisp Meets Monday With J Meets Speaks On Latin-America Center In Miami March Program For I Gives Demonstration I

*At 7 Cherub ShowerMrs. Mrs. 0. R. Spainhour l New J t The Women., of St. Peters were Audrey Cowley Circle i I For Founders Club I

I fortunate to have the privilege oi
DeWayne Crisp Jvas de- The Eda. Sterti Circle of First The. Homemakers Class : hearing the Rev. Maximilio Salvta Mrs Edgar Saunderson entertained The Founder's Garden Circle
ITghtruHy entertained last week Baptist Church met Monday nice Lowe Meets In March 'dor, missionary to the Cuban the Audrey Cowley Circle met March 15th at the home of
i.'a cherub shower in the Con. March 18, at the home of Mrs. Methodist ,I Community in Miami, at 10:3( of First Baptist Church on Wed Mrs. Adam Millsop, with Mrs. II.I .
ference Room at the Recreation 0. Pw Spainhour with eleven nesday i With Mrs. Ogirvie'i i I a.ra. on Thursday, March Uti.I nesday, March 13, with! Mrs. Ted I S. Luke and Miss Ruth Bryantas
Hostesses for the affair members present. Parish Wallace as co-hostess. There were co-hostesses.
Center. I I Being unable to resist the Castro .
The
were Mrs. Charles Holton, Mrs. Mrs. Spainhour gave the devotional Life Homemakers Sunday I I regime and the opposition to fifteen members present Several flower arrangements,
Albert Alvarez, Mrs. Orien Jones, reading scriptures from Mrs. P. School Church das of Five Points Baptist his service as a Christiaa and a Mrs. J. W. Miller presented the made by the hostesses, were plated -
Mrs. Parnell, Davis and Miss Dot. Chronicles, 20th chapter, verses chairman, held its monthly i 1 Priest, Father Salvador was forced program, "Spiritual Life pevelop- at vantage point throughout
;meeting at the home of Mrs. Annette ment" with Mrs. E.. P.. Bounds the home. ,
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tie Jones. 5 through 10, and Deuteronomy, I of Mrs. I t to leave his Havana Parish, ,
Each guest was pinned with a 6th chapter, verses 6 and 7. The I the eleven Ogihrie-Tuesday, March 12. after! preaching a series of ser- Mrs. Charles Grant, Mr Bartav After delicious refreshmentswere
miaiature "diaper" on arrival. entitled Life I The devotional'was given: by Mrs. : Haddock, Mrs. Joe Parrah and
program, "Spiritual Ogilvie followed from j mons on Communism. He is now served, the meeting was
Mrs. Vernon Pickett was presented Developments", was given by Mrs.I tribution Mrs., Ruby Easterling.by prayer serving- as full time refugee Mrs. Jake Mottayaw a Uting. called to order by the president,
an attractive planter for having Spainhour. Miss Priest at the Episcopal Latin. Mrs. Mottayaw, circle chairman, Mrs. Phillip Jackson, who led the
the lucky diaper. Sterk bingo The community mission project in the ., During the business meeting j American center in Miami. welcomed three new members I members in the club prayer and
was enjoyed during the evening, it was decided that the class continue Mrs. J. C. Mr read of
1 for the month is visitation and Father Salvador' oral Purgason, J. D. a letter resignation of
with. prizes going to Miss Lynn ca their project of baying the i gave an Wilsher and Mr V. of oldest and .
cards will be sent to several shut} the Selph. one thq most faithful
film of
picture, along with a the
I needed items for the beginners
Sheffield and Mrs. John Crisp. ins. The April meeting will be March and I more than 200,000 refugees who The secretary and treaserer'sreport members, Mr*. W. Mi BrooU
primary classes.
.The honoree was presented ashower held at the home. of Miss Reba thodist have found a spiritual home as was given and approvedA It was suggested, however, to
of gifts In a white bassinet Halle. Miss Sara The next meeting will-ba held I well as a place where they receive letter from Mrs. Norton of tin place her name on the honorary
i decorated in pastel blue missionary : on April 9, at the home of Mrs. material help, and who are Jacksonville Children's.Ifdwe WK tot of members.

_._...uiin. guest : Ruby Easterling. The meetingwas i i trying, to adopt to- the break-away read. Included was a lt &f Mrs. H. S. Luke, program
-Th refreshment table was over. maderia shoes.Enjoying Mrs. closed by prayer from Mrs. I from their homes, families and clothes needed for Easter fee chairman, introduced the guest
T J3i! #wfth a handsome, embossede the affair with Mrs. the church Pat Lyons. t I life-long roots, and to adjust to Mildred House, the adopted elite speaker, Mrs. J. II. Higginson, an
cloth and centered with a Crisp were, her mother, Mrs. of the home which efctle am4it flower of P
the
e held on Lee,I During the social a new way of life and language.He ipr*- judge, crescent arrangement of white Shiell Sheffield, grandmother, Thir ments were served added that the assistance afforded sors. It was voted to parehaix a V dn Beach, who gave a shortlecture
"" "" Sadie John kson. : hOUr'refreSh-1
,c Fysanthemums, pompons and Mrs Sheffield, Mrs. for the .' to the nine members by the Center was not limited dress and pair of shoe*. on different types of
... Crisp, Miss Lynn Sheffield, Mrs. ) t _of
r.IYs of fern in large crystal .
.a
flower and dimtraboB
arrangement tt :
but
The Ruby Carter, Mrs. Sara Smith, to Cuban refugees was Mrs. Charles Grant gave an interesting -
*""* served Vernon Pickett, Mrs. Burnell
bMl Sherbert punch was I I available to in need, although the tI on line arrang men+s.
white cake land, Mrs. Herbert Herrin, HOl.1 in the PRICED"e Mrs. Elope Bridges, Mrs. Kathleen anyone report on ttetfetng
jvUh dainty squares
miniature "boot. John Guest, Miss Olive with Mrs. E. Tjl- i Drake, Mrs. Ruby Easter. !I its inception was brought shoes and toys collected by the Decoration of hwpital trap
---' topped with pink : about from the refugee Sunbeam Band of the First for Easter and the of
: I i i ling, Mrs. Lucile Wingate, Mrs. primarily Baptist placing
(j and her hostesses. tess.
served in tiny
-_ -.e7'..-,. Mints -were'--- -- -- ---- Tillot I'J Wanda Osborne, Mrs. Pat Lyons, need. Church and on the needs oi flower' in the ,hospital, &r the
1962 I and Mri. Ogilvie.i I Assisting in difficult transla the Rescue Mission in Jaek&cn month were dieeiKMd. Mrst J. C.
High i : tion during his message was Mr. ville where the articles were de. HaaelwMd, chairman o{ the nro-
Ella Hardee Circle I J. F. Perritt, District President of livered.A jed Mrs W. R. Price aid Mi>.
14 j George Hrtelwock will care for
Jacksonville. thank you not was read from
At CAa/lkn i em. Sends To the deceratwAa )
Supplies of
Following the meeting the Mrs. Mottayaw, thanking the circle trays.Mrs
aunnl ts i Katanga MissionaryThe .group adjourned to- Whitney Hall for the cherub shower given g. P. Davis, Mrs'\ H. S. i
Ffir- for a, covered dish luncheon and her last month. It was announcedthat Luke, Mfes Ruth Bryant SJrs. E,
St re. Ella Hardee Circle of Me. informal chats with Father Sal a Fifth Monday Rally mil P. Adams Sirs. Henry Hall Mn> .
NZ I, THIS morial Methodist, Church met vador. be held in April, with the offering T. W. Brown and Mrs. :jPhifjp
event March 12 in the Edna S, Ward Also enjoying the luncheonwere going to Christian education Jackson will be in chaweef pLc
at the Sunday School Class room. Pre- I special guests, father and The next meeting will be held i lag flowers in the hospital.
FRIDAY & in I with Mrs. H. J. McFarland. The circle pkased have
ceding the business meeting, the Mrs. James D. Ellisor and son, was tj>
pas members attended services in the Jackson, of St. Augustine. Father as its guests, Mrs. W. A. .Dav{,
Mrs. Seibert, Mrs J. C
Sanctuary.A Cherub ShowerAt Wpiam
Ellisor has accepted a call to
el letter of appreciation was Rector of St. Peters Par- McJankin, Mrs. F. W. MafLarcn
serve as
., $1. 0 0 IN read from Miss Margaret. Field, ish. He and his family will arrivein Braddock Home and Mrs, E. J. Smith. ,

1 I Administrative Assistant at April to make their home in Fetes Mrs. CottleMrs.

F R E ''E on Brewster Hospital, thanking the I Fernandina Beach. Mrs. k J. Scofiejd i
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Jean Cottle honored
been group for the hospital gowns sent I Serving as hostesses for the was Guest For
Speaker
Make Your I her. Mrs. G. T. Butler announced luncheon Mrs. Windle Thursday evening, March 14, with!
were
F With Any $10.00 in At. I the circle recently packed and i Brooks Mrs. H. L. Baughman, a delightful cherub showerat the Azal h Club MeetThe
box of medicines { home of Mrs. Carey Braddock on
shipped'one ,
repre- Mrs Arthur Markham, Mrs.
S e lee t ion s For And This 'diapers, used clothing, and band. George Lawrence and Mrs. Frank. Clinch Drive. Mrs. Violet Little Azalea Garden Club( met
month. I ages to Dr. Eschtrnth in Katanga. : lin Jones.C. assisted Mrs. Braddock as co Tuesdayevening' at the home cf
Now Friday & of the It was asked that all members I hostess. Miss Marie Cone. Mrs. A. E. Tap-
Easter lin and Mrs. Jane SeofieET served
I in her I work with the Myrtie Burgess C. Hamilton of Vernon, Fla. Beautiful gifts were' presented
: ,'. Marcltv22 and is I Circle to decorate the Sanctuary and 0. E. Hamilton of Fayetteville to the honoree in a* lovely pink! as co-hostesses. There were nine
310 Atlantic Ave. I I iaI I for Easter Sunday. N. C. visited for several and white bassinet members presentMrs. '

She Mrs,. Butler closed with a pray. days last week with C. A. Ham. During the evening, a numberof W. H. Seibert, president, ,
"OUR CLOTHES ARE HIGH FASHION NOT HIGH I Mrs.R. .I er of tribute to the late Mrs. ilton and J. J. Hamilton, and appropriate games were enjoyed opened with the club prayer. The
W. Labdon. Mollie Thompson. their families. "" with prizes going to Mrs. roll call was answered by nam I
I .. Cleo Braddock Mrs. Kathleen ing a plant to be set out thu t
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ii; .. .. .., ., ... The color scheme in the dining current projects was held, with no ,
tha
: ''*- : I': decisions being made due to
:.. .. .. room was complemented with a
.h' %* -I- .. Ii absence of several members
: .: : : : handsome bouquet Qf blue iris on
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_',. 1''. 'It.L [ \ ," _." the refreshment table, from
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\ '* / flowerarranging
of
mechanics
; sandwiches with punch, mints and talk} online
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; i : nuts. and 'brought many
.. -t.d/,. ttj;.. .. ;\' : .' '.;.., I "" ';, ":' ......-. .{ .'t. -i'i .ft "" Enjoyin. affair with Mrs. Items from her" collection. to show
.."... .., \ .: '.... '" .'. .... I -- f '" 1Ii ...r' ... _. ; e. 'the group. j|
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"v, .. '" ;,1 Cottle andher hfl3tC3sea( |re,
Mrs. Scofield disassembled a
:::' ; ( .i. / Mrs. Lawanna Holland, Misses lovely arrangement she had made,
;: Linda and Janice Holland, Mrs; to show how it was rented
kT Cleo Braddock, Mrs. Helen Braddock -
Mrs. Emerson Mitchell won the
Mrs. Kathleen Drake, Mrs.
Pearl Hull, Mrs. Shirley Labi- door prize, a colorful potted plant

% gang, Mrs. Pearl Cottle, Miss All members are asked to bringan
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to
ii'c. rt ': Sara Russell, Mrs. Yvonne Rowe and antique give its history.Mrs .
c -i) and Mrs. Gail Geiger.
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Holds Office In
: Honors Past Officers
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.. .. : : -. -"'.< til .\... Fernandina Chapter No. 55, Order -
r .i.: (. -'" .: ; : 1 of the Eastern Star held its Election of officers wan the
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::.. ; \ regular meeting Tuesday night, highlight of' the spring meeting
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; / ,; son, worthy matron, and Mr. W. National Council of Catholic A\V
: ,, 4 f< ; ,.}, E. Brinson, worthy'patrpn, presid men, held in Jacksonville on

'. ing.Mrs. March 13.
\. '" '.i> June Stewart, grand instructor The new officers are Mrs. A. A
for District 21, was introduced Reyes of.St.. Augustine president l-
'l : ., Mrs. Eugene Darche. of
and escorted to the East.A. ;
: ? : lovely courtesy by the offic- Jacksonville, vice president; Mr
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ers and a beautiful solo by Mrs. J. Layton Sanders 0f Fernandina:

j .. f. fi'"., 1 .,. ;..... ft."" ,. .. Flora Mitchell was presented to Beach, treasurer; and Mrs J. J,
., I '.. If !. i ,. l1r : f ,, ..' f .. ;., .. .. .I' "..,'i.-.,'\. j /.-_'. the following past matrons! and voelewij of Tallahassee, sec're
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,.. .... '. '..-- \ i ) ... non, Mrs. Antionette Sims, Mrs. The meeting was opened at 0';:,0
:: : :' ." ., J -< < Lois Reid, Mrs. Leota Swearin- a.m. with Mass celebrated in **
.. 1 Deborah Stevens Mrs. Paul's Church by Rt. Rev. M I IT
...: .- ". I l "'-t gen, Mrs. ,
... i Marjorie Sapp, Mrs. Ruth Con. James B. Cloonan, deanery spiritual '
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.;'.? \\t-, : .. J'. ... (. I lie Hollingsworth, and Mr. James Members pf All Saints Home
j. ", '. .. Beard. Auxiliary were hostesses fur th;
'. ;. );: ':/1' ( .<:. \.. 'j. j-. : ", tha Ppe Chapter No. Rush. ,Attejiding the deanery meeting
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I :I \ .i ,; -" 'rille, Indiana; Mrs. Junck Garden from St. Michael's Parish mFI'T'-
': : t 1 : City No. 167 Savannah, Georgia nandina Beach were, Father Wi.
i : i' ,: t2':} : ; ; Mrs. Hutchins, Panama liam J. Holmes, Mrs. Tina HyafKrs

\ p Chapter No. 102 Panama city, } W. Green, Mrs. Jennie Sand
,,; ; Florida; and Mr. Waugh, Ocean ers, Mrs. J. Nolan, Mrs J. flay'
.. ... ', ._.,. .'" Spray Chapter No. 68, Pacific ton Sanders; Mrs. H, J. Peterson,

.. ".... -' *.-*' I, ., !# ,. : ,.....:{,.',_.. '.. ,.., ". Grove, California. Jr., Mr Harry Poole, Mrs. Chares .
.... : ...: After the meeting adjourned, $ Rhatigan, Mrs S. Borland,
'r \ r I ,J delicious refreshments were serv- Mrs. Paul Kornau and Mrs. R. L
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Family Workship Is Methodist Circle Public -.;... .

1\\ Invited'To Boy Scouts In Honor Roll Frt Barry Rowland J Does
Program At Meeting Plans Coffee For Demonstrations By I Camp Okefenokee Swamp Michaels I
School Solo Indian Dance
Of Baptist CircleThe W.S.C.S.
MeetingFollowing Sunshine GirlsA _
---- -- -'- -- Sister With
I Nita McCollough Circle of Boy :scouts of |oval Troop $! Mary Gregory, principalf #; Chipola Tam?
the r.>
morning New St. Michael's
public demonstration School lt.
First Baptist Church of th went again, and saw and wen anpouncid -
met at the Life meeting on March[ J4, the work done by the Pythian Sunshine a again almost conquered by the the following students made Barry Rowland was bestowedan
home of '
Mrs W. P. Johnson :
March 18, with on Myrtie Burgess Circle met in Girls of Jacksonville, wil :_:4e vast and treacherous Okefenoke Jie honor roll for the fourth perod honor recently by Chipola Junior
A eight members parish Hall for a brief business be held Monday night March 25 Swamp : College in Marianna when
and two visitors .
present.Mrs. meeting. at 7:30 at the Masonic Temple, Kindergarten: Sarah Poole and they chose him to be. their only
Johnson, chairman Thirteen boys of explorer
program age
e r Gary Sanders. male basketball cheerfeatreh)'
Mrs.
John Hutchins
introduced Mrs. Dena Arnold vice chair. The Pythian Sunshine Girl arY under the leadership of Ralph
man, presided in the absence Fiat Grade:, Donna ,Becker, Barry, at
Mrs. Faye Justice, Mrs Er of were organized August J4, 193i Wood, Scoutmaster and Jirr a sophomore :.CMpola,
nestine Greeson- Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. R. E. Phinney Mrs. W. L for the purpose of helping lay ,' \ Brown invaded the wildernes: Stephen Mahoney, Jeannette Ma- does a solo Indian Dance oressed

i Mrs. Sybil Haddock who each Beugnet gave the treasurer's re- foundation for a life of purity ; Friday morning March 15 header one and Renee Rowland. in full Indian regalia. He is fluently

had part in stressing:, "The Im port and collected the pledges. It service and usefulness in al I } ) for Billy's Island by boat with al 1 1I .)ache Second) Lawrence Grade:,' Carol Michael Bradley Long, in Jlennison, Kansas representing -
anoouncd there
was were 36 things that help to make ,
portance of Family Worship in the lives I the gear for a weekend of explor ,
made last _ I end Robert Sanders Chipola at the National(
visits month
the Spiritual Life of Our Na of everyone happier and thf ing the swamp, living with gators i
tion." Mrs. Wilson closed with The Myrtie Burgess Circle will world a better place in which tc i > 'a > > 4 snakes, coons, and all the nocturnal : Third and Fourth Grades; John Basketball Tournament : ,and will
c prayer. be host to the morning coffee : ;, _; noises of the Jungle. ifahoney and Linda Fiala. be there for eleven days. Barry

Mrs. Sybil Haddock, chairman, previous to the W.S.C.S. meeting live.Each girl is taught that Go e.. .;:; The swamp, no respecter of age I Fifth and Sixth Grades: Cplleen recently appeared on local I f:V.
the short March 25, and will decorate the is the of 3ryon, Jennie Peterson, Paula
I presided over business very essence existence pr rank claimed the first boat doing his Indian Dance ht'ottetof
church for Easter with the /rancken, Terry Keiter and Deborah -
meeting A letter was read from Ella and the foundation upon which xa' r'r
. the Children's Home, citing the Hardee Circle. every country must build; to always 4? a: fL loaded with gear, Chip Wood Bryon. 1 Chipola's basketball games. t
'needs of the child which the circle The date of the April meetingwill help other girls love and? Billy Miller, and the Scoutmat- Barry, the son of Mrs. DuPont

( is helping;, after which plans be announced later and all respect their parents; to lovr ter when it capsized half way tc ?vf. Jimmy Barker Roland'IS garduated in '.tie

were made to meet her requests. members are urged to turn in their country and flag; to instill! the island giving the occupant 4t Ft Monroe Va. class of 1961 at FBHS., j!
Community missions for the their World Banks at this time. into the minds of girls the re an unscheduled swim in cold .

month is visitation and all members sponsibility awaiting them a? A it Fort Monroe, Va. (AHTNC) -
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are urged to participate.The Miss Lynne Labdon, student at 'they grow to womanhood; to i ',. 9 Y "'... ..... .;; deep, and foreboding water. Army Pvt. Jimmy C. Barker son Black HillsWVSIQN
meeting was closed and Georgia State, is spending the 'practice friendship, charity, hop Sleeping bags, tents, packs, boat .of Mr. and Mrs Carl' J. Barker
f refreshments were served by the semester break with her parents, and to forever have faith in God's SCOUTS WHO ENJOYED THE CAMPING TRIP are and chewing tobacco were heading 913 Stanly Dr., recently was assigned PLAY
hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Labdon. children seeing the good and try. shown above. Kneeling, left to right, Jim Corbett Scoutmaster for the Suwannee River to the U, S. Continental r
--- -- -- ------ ing to forget that which is unkind Ralph Wood, Charlie Hutchins and Jerry Hunch. when the'well timed yells for help Army Command's Support Ele

.I in people. Second row, I to r, Billy Miller, Charles Wilt, Mike Rylant were heeded by rescue boats. ment at Fort Monroe, Va.

f i Custom Made All girls between the ages often and Johnny .Weisner. Hack row, I to r. Jack Barn'tale, Kvrything was fished out of the Barker, a stenographer in the /

and twenty years of age are Chip Wood, Jim 'Xounff, Mark Jenkins, Ray Odom and, amber water, including the chewing lement's Headquarters Company.
Slip Covers Drapes eligible to become a Sunshine Mike Pjkula. tobacco, except one pack that entered the Army in August 196?

Girl. Anyone interested may con was intent on getting to Florida and received basic training at i
FINEST MATERIALSGUARANTEE causing Billy Miller to live in Jackson r
of Fprt S. C,
tact Knight Pythias or
any
t t Pythian Sister. The Pythian Sisters Garden Club Assn. borrowed clothes for the week The 18-year-old soldier is t Sjtntfoys *::00 f.M.

umuijwiw WORKMANSHIP are working to get a council To Meet March 27 PersonalsCharles end.A 1962 graduate of' Fernandina
i TREE; ESTIMATES started ,in.Fernandina Beach. search party was organized Beach High School.
A of Kindig of Hickory Corner Saturday morning to comb the -- .'r.
r meeting the Fernandina ------------ ----- .
= Beach N. C., left after island for five persons who left :
r Jerry's Draperies Senior Citizens See Garden Clubs Assn. wille Wednesday -
M > held Wednesday visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. on a hike late Friday and did not :
evening
:
I t:: :; & Slip Covers Canadian.Slides March 27, at 8 p.m. at the Recreation Hamilton and Mr. and Mrs. R. P. return. Mike Pikula .and Chip IfJt c aI 1Ct110011' ;

rnune 261-3/41: 1120 South 8th St. 3y Winter VisitorsA Center. Roberts: and friends for several WoW were selected to participatein J
the search of individ-
days. party J2 i
The president and
representatives uals. It all ended well when and'Most :
------- --- -'--- ---- they Florida's Oldest Historic
covered dish supper preceded of each club are urged to Bill McRae student .
at South returned within a couple of hours ,
the March 14 meeting of the attend as plans for the
coming
: Georgia, visited during the spring with the 3 and 2 who '
men boys
Fernandina
Reach's Favorite Meeting Place
Senior Citizens Club held in the year will be discussed at this t
holidays with his parents, Mr. had cold and
Conference Room of the Recrea- spent a hungry For The Finest In Beverages
OPENING DAY SALE time.Mrs.; and Mrs. W. M.\ McRae. miserable night.A .
tion
Center. Joseph Stubits is associa- .
AZALEAS BUDS AND' BLOOMS Following a short business ses tion president Mr. and Mrs. I. I, Whiteheadof run was made Saturday from Boiled Shrimp 'Ham On RyBarbecue <
sion, E. J. Smith,-president welcomed Bonifay left Friday after visiting the headquarters of the Suwannee -
LIGUS RUM POTTSPORUM I YEW Mr. and Mrs. George Tribeof for three weeks with their River to the newly constructed Kosher Sandwiches t

DOGWOOD'' CEDAR Linden, Ontario, Canada. Legion AuxiliaryTo on-in-law and daughter, Mr and levee, designed to maintainthe .

f Mr, and Mrs. Tribe showed Hold Cake Saleof Mrs. J.'J. Hamilton and family. water level of the swamp. ..... r If I
t } 'T
The tripvas" uneventful with the .
beautiful colored slides of Can -
GAMBLE & LEWIS NURSERY Jimmy Gordon the exception of Charlie Hutching a-
adian gardens in full bloom, way Theodore Hernandez Post 54, spent
FERNANDINA REACH, FICA sides of brilliant colored trees, will stage a cake sale Saturday, spring holidays here with; his Crabbing a snake instead of a '
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gor- limb| in an effort to tie the ARMSTRONGSALES
At Five Phone 261.4514 lake and blue waterways. March 23, beginning: at 9 o'clock up
Points t. The 'Tribes are spending their in front of Allan's DepartmentStore. don. Jimmy is a student at FlorIda boats. The guide boat made a

second vacation in Fernandina 'State University in Tallahas- wrong turn causing all four boats; 1:1
--------= to into the brush. Again
--- plow
Beach. Last they see. ,,,
year spent one All the cakes, candles etc. will .
1 month here but have lengthenedtheir be home made the 'Charlie thought the world had -
by Auxiliary
.... 't visit this to three Miss Janice Sentell, student fit ended as he was in the bow of
","'" year members. Tift College spent the spring !
1 \dt .'...:',!' .. months. The decision resulted in the lead boat. AND INSTALLATION
'.IY -- -- holidays with her parents, Mr.
their pleasure of the beach, the The expedition was again made .
and Mrs. F. II. Sentell. Miss Sen-

'cisTER'S COMING ; Recreation: program Center in which and the they ceramics arc. Stork ClubRecent tell brought as her guests, MissLola Northeast possible 'through Georgia invitation; Council of the at PORTER & LOVEQUIST(
: Chang of Hong Kong and
Athens Georgia. Troop ?9 -
camped
taking part. Color Center
I Miss Bruma Tucker of Atlanta,
: A THE LASSIES KNOW AND J Also welcomed as h guest was arrivals at Humphreys: Georgia, also students at Tift that with over a hundred boys from 8th XI. At Fin Points Hirne 2G1.SOGB
Mrs. M. K. Kearse of Denmark Memorial Hospital: area.
r tl :.C' \ S. C., mother of Mrs. Carl Quat- I College. Those making the trip included Downs Carpet{ Valsp.ir Paints Wall Paper

IIe.iJF "'J. ", tlebaum of Amelia City A: Ion, Charles Robert, born Paul Hanson, spent the week- Jim Corbett, Charlie Hutchins, -- -- ---_ ___ __ h __. ,.
I Adding to the pleasure of the March ;,1 to Gail and James II. end with his parents, Mr. and Jerry Bunch Billy Miller, Charles ,
;
C/tOi1oII SHOES WILLSTEAL evening was the new piano whichwas Lee of. 103 North Fletcher Ave.i I i Mrs. Paul Hanson. Paul is a student Witt, Mike Rylant, Johnny I. Y

purchased from the proceeds A son, Daniel '.Leon, bornMarch at Chipola Junior College.Mr. } Weisner, Jack Barniak, Chip
of the recent rummage sale held i A Wood, Jim Young, Mark Jenkins, Who Wants Immediate PossessionOf
.. 1 to Betty and Jack Me-, .
and Mrs.
SHOW Ray Bailef'anddaughter
THE: : .
the club.
i by JCendree of 2117 Florida Ave. Ray Odom, and Mike Pikula.
The club will hold a "Sing" on Donna, of Lawrence-
i Troop 89 expresses sincere appreciation A 3'BedroomMASONRY
Thursday, March 28, at 7 p.m. in A son, Kevin. Matthew, born ville, Ga., .former residents of to all making the trip I
the Conference Room. Guests who March 3:to Hester Lawanna and Fernandina Beach, spent the
boat
fit right, possible through the loans of
; Because they just wear
with
weekend here
will assist with the entertain. 'John.* 'Melvin ,Thompson, 2114 visiting motors, furnishing. transportationand HOME
like a breeze. They're sure ment will be, Thos. J. Shave, Jr., Florida Ave. friends. equipment.
?
f l and to please! Mrs. Vera Boner, Karl Stein, Miss .A Rachel Michele! Barry Rowland, student at
.J to beautify sure daughter, ; r
I Ruth Bryant and the Barber Shop 1. 'No Down Payment
born March 9 to Linda and Louis Chipola[ Junior College, vhited Closing
Yes Acrobat's Quartet. The program is being arranged ed with ?Irs: R. J. Downey Friday
laving Boot. Mrs. E, M. Weaver, South 4th St. *L last weekend with his mother, Costs About 25.00
by Dorothy II rs. Dupont Rowland. at Humphreys Memorial Hospital -
, Laboratory testing assures J. Smith will be in charge of re A daughter, Meridith Lcvann where she has been a pat.
J ,,rt s : they'11 look good and freshments. s born March 11 to Hazel Ann and l Miss Mary 'Ann Oliver spent ient for the past week. 2. You Will Be Buying A Home Today

;rr" Charles Sisk, 300 South} 6th St./ the; semester break visiting her I and Paying For It Like Rent
,. .d, / Jimmy Fox, student at Chipola
k ;r. ; j wear well long alter Mrs. H.M.W. Ward parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Olio
.r A son, Wade Royce, born March ver. Miss Oliver is a student at Junior College, visited during
t \ \ *)*_' Easter is,over. Honor Guest At I2f to Isabelle and Royce C. Hoi- the University of Georgia. last "weekend: with his parents, 3, I Will Take It On A Trade-in

K &* ton, Rt 1, Callahan.A Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fox. Jimmy When You Want To Build
or
?S. Bible Class Supper. .. Jimmy Ewing, student at the brought as his guest, Miss Tonya
daughter, Shirley ? Marie, University of Georgia, left Mon Linton of Marianna.Mr. 1 Buy A Larger Home
"DESCRIPTION The Edna S. Ward Bible Classof March and .
born 12 to Gladys Robert day after spending the spring
OF'SHOIT Memorial Methodist Church Hyers. Rt. 2, Box 77C, Jacksonville holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fox had as 4. Must Sell 'this Week In( Order
March 19 in Parish
met Tuesday. and Mrs. J. P. Ewing. their guest last week Mrs. Fox's
Hall.Prior mother, Mrs. J. C. Hicks of Moul- To Qualify For Homestead Ex
to the meeting;, a covered I.' Mr and Mrs. Robert Stores of Joe Stores, student at Georgia trie, Georgia.

dish supper was enjoyed, with Jacksonville. former residentsoi. Military, Academy, > spent the emption
Mrs. II. }I.. W. Ward as guest of v spring holidays With M'his mother, Mr. and Mrs Theodore Emory II
honor: The class presented her this city, are belatedly announc Mrs. lola 'Stores. Mrs. Stores'anc and children, Beth ,and Eleanor, '
with an orchid corsage.At I I ing the birth'of -a son, Robert Joe flew to' Miami last week of Wiriter Park, and Mrs. Jewejl PAUL C. BURNS :

V the short business meeting, I I Malcolm, on February 26 at Baptist where they visited with her bro Hurlbert of Orlando: will arrive I
interesting remarks were made Memorial Hospital. Mrs. ther Mr. D. B. Viers. Friday to spend the weekend with I 319 South 8th Street Phone 261-3606
by Mrs. Ward, former class Stores is the former Miss Patricia Mr. and Mrs. Shiell Sheffield and

teacher.A Griffin, daughter of Mrs. M. L. Danny Kittrell returned Mon. family.
social hour of games were Griffin Paternal l .grandmother is day to the University of Georgia --- -- - -- ------ -- -- -- .-

$6.99Other enjoyed with Mrs. Gordon T. Mrs. Iola.Stores.Mr. after spending the semester
Butler as hostess and Mrs. J. J. break with his parents, )lr. and h _____ u _.
Hamilton co-hostess. and Mrs. E. L. Landrum Mrs. James Kittrell t
Styles The April as meeting will be held of Glen St. Mary are 'the proud Fwkth& NtMAL& Look charming while
From of 8 lb. 9% baby Dean Oxley) Jr.- student at La ;: wait and enjoy be-
I) q $3.50 at the home of Mrs. H. C. Hunt. parents an oz. you ,
: "M,: s' It was announced that the class' girl, Leslie Lorrain, born March Grange holidays College with his spent the spring Mr. FORT NE i Ink: active in our comfortable
parents,
r will sponsor a party for' the carol 2 at Mrs.Humphreys Landrum Memorial is the daughter Hos and Mrs Dean Oxley, Sr. -l 'Ar attractive up-
choir March 29 at 7:30 p.m. pital. ,_,
Partin's of Mr. and Mrs. A P. Von Mr. and Mrs. James Beard and > '. i\ SSWUG etl to-date fashions in maternity

Miss Patty Clark, student at noh, Sr. of this city. children attended the St Patrick's wear.

Valdosta State Teachers College, Day parade in Savannah last Saturday *
I :Y Atlantic Avenue visited last weekend with her CARD OF THANKS morning. Saturday afternoon .

PHONE 261. 241 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Our recent sad loss leaves us was spent with their daughter w J Arrived. In The Latest Styles

Clark. with grateful hearts towards our. Jeanette. The WAC Band, of :,. % .... ..." U 5 f and becoming colors
-- -- -- -- -
-
---
i neighbors and friends which Jeanette is a member, par
ticipated in the parade.

,: sympathy Their comforting and thoughtfulness expressions will of Miss Verne Mock had as her 1'\ Expectantly Yours '

I always be remembered. guest last weekend, Miss Tony \
LAST BIG
WEEK! I (signed) The family of Lewis of Valdosta.Mr. ? :;
: 1 Hardee "
Mollie Thompson.
t + and Mrs. Ken Townsendand x ONE OF THE LEADING NAMES IN

daughter, Beth, of Tallahassee I

GREATEST FURNITURE SALE i GROTONESPREADER student, and at Miss Georgia Marcia Southern Townsend College -, MATERNITY WEAR

tJj\
in Statesboro. spent last *
I I weekend with their parents. Mr. _
Ever Held In fernqndina/ Beach I and Mrs. R. E. Townsend : ) < l
'., TRIM 3-PIECE SETS
j Bill Webb student at Andrew k&4' ( r .

I, College in Cuthbert, Ga., is spending .-. 'OR DRESSES

1-3 MORE FREE :i 24.95' parents Webb.the, spring Mr. and holidays Mrs. with William his ;1 1t r ;' ;'?r c"'L 't' : I


SPEND $1.00 and Get Another 33c In Merchandise FREE I Mr. and Mrs. Lewis 0. Carpenter f fI P $ 6 ,95 to $8.95 .,. .

SPEND $100 and Get Another 33.33 In Merchandise: FREE 50 POUNDS had as their guests last week- < Iioj
I end, Mr. and Mrs
Robert Whiteof
: SPEND $600 and Get Another: 200.00 In Merchandise FREE I PELLETS : Cape Cod, Mass, Mr. and Mrs. bk\ I Jamaica Shorts $2.98 Skirts $3.95t


INSTANT CREDIT-TAKE UP TO 24 MONTHS TO PAY i FREE! Reynold Mass.. Mr.Goodwin and Mrs.of IL Hopedale A. Ha-, I ;ksdb Pedal Pushers $3.49 Long, >Pants! ,. $3.95"1,

worth of Little Compton Rhode -f ", i

: MA THER of Fernandina. HARDEE BROS. .Mrs.Island,Ray Mrs.Evan Lillian$ of Cumberland.Carr_ and


218 Atlantic .-" 1Irs. Donald Forsyth, M,.,. BAILEY'S Atlantic At Seventh
Phone 261-4383{ : 329 So. 8th SL i: Hugh Manson and Mr. Louise
Grondy of Darien, Georgia visit-. ;
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Ii.I T. Junior High-Lights .--- At The Churches ...: 1 1 I I ; Hillsbotv 3, Her


Lake 1',
:i BY JANICE SWEATT FIVE POINTS BAPTIST. ST. PETER CLAVEirS I I 3, Mar

CHURCH CHURCH ,
Hi! The demerit results were, ,Mrs. Pozega, 74; Mrs. Wortman, 3,
J. W. Keen, Pastor Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd, 6th I
posted this week I 85 and Miss Carpenter, 103. The Pinellas
; 9:45 ajn. _... .,.. Sunday School Sunday 7:30 .:m. I
with Mr. Tyson's.)f ; y yearly standings are, Mr. Hol- 11:00 tja. _, Morning Worship Sunday Mass _.._.____, 2nd, ,4th j Lucie 3,
homeroom r e : lingsworth, 74; Mr. Tyson, 80; I Walton 1
\: 5:30 Training Union SundaY 11:30 .
p.m. a.m.t
"
chiving the flag 1 : Mr. Powell, 107; Mr. Piechocinski 'I: .
The six weeks f'! ,'; /. 107; Mrs Johnson, 119; !Mrs. 7:30 p.m. _, Evening Worship : u I .
1:3r FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GO'DRef.
Wednesday service
standings are:!\ ....... ; Wortman, 1G4; Miss Carpenter, prayer '
E.
Mr, Tyson, 45;' T' :JI1' 167; and Mrs. Pozega, 176. p.m. A. Lewis, Pastor i
10:00: ( a.m.. __ Sunday School
Mr. Piechocinski. The Patrol has had many meet- !
EPISCOPAL 11:00 a.m. \yorshi! Service
47; Mr. Hollings. ings laterly, discussing their trip ST. PETER'S -
: CHURCII'Lay 6:30 pjn. C. A. Youth Services
worth 50 Mrs
; to Silver Springs May 4. ,
Johnsch, C3/; / See next week.Dr. Leaders 7:30 pjn. Evangelistic Service'
Mr.. Powell, 66;j you Paul Burns, George Lawrence, Thursday mid week service :: I 1
: Ralph Wood 7:30 p.m.
I Edward FI e m'ingGuest 7:30 a.m. Litany and Sermon i

IT'SALL Speaker For 10:00 a.m. :.. Morning Prayer and I Kenneth Williams :
Sermon I I
Yulee P-TA TonightDr. 11:15 a.m. Church School Returns To NorfolkOn I

RIGHT Edward Fleming, associated Classes USS Thetis Bay '
7:30 p.m. __ Adult Journey In
with the State Health Depart. I
ment, will be the Faith Classes USS Thetis Bay ({FHTNC) ( I 0
guest speakerfor
WITH US! the Yulee P-TA meeting to- Thursday Litany and Bible Study Kenneth E. Williams, seaman, )
7:30 p.m. USN of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
son
night, (Thursday) at 7:45 '
p.m. .
uel Williams of Fernandina
in the school cafeteria.Dr. I ( )
GOOD SHEPHERD EPISCOPAL Beach, is serving aboard the amphibious Holds
WE LIKE TOACCQMMODATE Fleming, formerly with the CHURCH assault ,ship USS The I I

Child Guidance Clinic, will pre- I Neil L Gray Vicar tis Bay, which recently returnedto j I !

sent a lecture on Mental Health. I 8:50: a.m. Holy Communion her homeport, Norfolk, "Va., |I Holds
:, OUR CUSTOMERS! Following his talk the audiencewill I Morning Prayer from duty in the Caribbean., ,I:
f be given the opportunity to i
ask questions. I The Thetis Bay, assigned six ,
MEMORIAL METHODIST weeks duty) with Fleet Training j ( i
|
This meeting is presented in I Guantanamo Cuba
CHURCH Group, J Bay, ,
Don't hesitate to ask for the interest of all persons and !
in exercises
John L. Jones pastor participated training
the exact amount.of cash those who ,are :interested in this with other Navy units. I
School
10:00: .m. Sunday
you want when you call on program are cordially invited. 11:00 ajn. ,.... Morning Worship I : 00

us for a loan. Babysitters are provided for 6:15 pjn. MYF Supper &; ..Programs
young children. FloridaCouncil I W.T.

I 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship i I
=- Pvt. Jack Reynolds '* '* ReportsBy ;:
II ;
Assigned To Garrison NORTH 14th STREET

oJ BAPTIST CHURCH Spessard L. HoMand, ;
At Fort Detrick Md.
n You'll get the same helpful Rev. Ran Humphreys, Pastor United States Senator I II

'service whether you request Fort Detrick, Md. (AHTNC) 9:45: a.m.- _-- .. Sunday School Every Floridian owe; a debtof l

a few dollars or a Army Pvt. John G. Jack) 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship gratitude to the Fljrji ,CQun-

I larger amount of cash. Reynolds, son of Mr. and Mrs. 7:00: pjn. ........... B.T.U. cil of 100 for the statewide economic I '
j ;. Asa H. Reynolds, Sadler Rd., 'recently 8:00: pjn. ._.. Evening Worship gains this far-sighted apd I r

-. was assigned ,to the U. S. 7:30 p.m.. Mid-Week Services aggressive organization has
I LOANS UP TO $600 Army Garrison Fort Detrick. Wednesday brought about. 'Thanks are in or-"

', Md. der too, for the Council's const-
G.A.C.PINANCE( .- Reynolds, assigned to Headquarters PINE GROVE BAPTIST ant and outstanding efforts to !

Company in the garrison CHURCH beef up our state's potential in

1 (' entered the Army in December Rev A. Z. Knight, Pastor the realm of higher education: so !
1962 and completed basic Sunday School 9:45: a.m. that our youth can be academically
CORPORATION training: at Fort Gordon, Ga. Morning Worship 11 a.m equipped to assume vital I i

308 Atlantic Avenue The 24-year-old soldier is a Training Union 7:00: p.m. roles in the Space Age in which i I

Ftrnindini Beach, Florida 1956 graduate of Fernandina Evening Worship 8:00 pjn. Florida ,is fast becoming a focal I
Telephone! 281-3681 High School and attended South Wed. Night Prayer point. I I

itiUlVC OffiCES IN JACKSONVILLE Georgia College in ,Douglas, Ga. Meeting 8 p.m. Florida's Congressional deles' I
,
and the University of. South FlorIda Wednesday: tion is appreciatively aware of '

i in Tampa. 7:45: _...-?._.L.U-_Prayer Meeting the fine work which is bei!::? I
- - --- --- I
done by the Council, t iid vie arc
..... BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH I
efforts
i rV coordinating our with
,,, ,
'
V ",. If-". it """ 429 South 6th Street those of its membership at every I
-
,-..... ... Rev. John O'Neil, Pastor opportunity.It .

.r Sunday Services: is rare that a state has at I

are 10:00: A.M. ?.._. Sunday School its immediate disposal a privately -

llbO;: AM. .-. Morning Worship financed group working in, the .....
jil H 6130: p.m., B.T.U. fields of ,industrial development, !\ -
you.: : 7:00 P.M. Men's Prayer' Service education natural resources and

..... ..,, 7:30: pjn. ._ Evening Worship the promotion ,of tourism. Flor ,I
%
: '"\ ", Tuesday: ida has this distinct !advantage / i
:
F a 7:00: pjn. Visitation in the Council of 100 which was' 1'i

i t ( v ,* ". u created by Governor ,Farris Brjjant ,
t 14-leg'g' .&T. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC 'as an adjunct to the Florida I
;
Unde'rthe
: CHURCH Development Commission.
'j r Sunday Mass ________ 2nd, 4th chairmanship of Fred, 0.;
man. Sunday ,_ 7:30 ajn. Dickinson since its inception, -the

14j Sunday Mass ,. ,. -- 1st, 3rd Council's impact has been tre t
5th Sunday, 11:30 a.m. mendous. There is every reas'onto
believe that its effectiveness'I

.j )J Daily Saturday i Convent 8 Chapel a.m. will continue under the leadershipof I J ii

: 'I.I 6:30: Communion in Convent Raleigh Greene, recently named -I i ) I
l chairman.
as new
N .6:30: P.M. Young People'sMeeting. '
I I A ... This "fine squadron" :or 100
Ii business and professional men -I '
', field is :
each an expert in his I
:, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH "
ready, willing anu able to go anywhere
Pastor
\, Rev. J. T. Dunnam I
0r any time, to ,discuss the I
w Sermon A. M. Dr. Paul Meigs
: myriad advantages of Florida (
: / P.M.t' Cry of Desolation" I s :
I I .. with any corporate J leader who
Worship Services: 8:80: A.M.
.
t ',' 11:00 A.M. may be considering plant locationor
... ;, '' .: i : relocation. More importantly, ,
,, _ \:, ,t, 7:30 P.M. the representative has the, ability -
: I Sunday School 9:45: A.M.
'
: to do a knowledgeable and
:
k ,> 1 Training Union ...__. 6:15: P.M. persuasive selling job. "
s s r I
? ...._.
I .. Prayer Service Wednesday Business and human nature be,

..., 7:30 P.M. ing what they are, an industrialist I ,
'* '* c
: contemplating a move or the
j .: : FERNANDINA BEACH CHURCH
; establishment of a new industry
I... .. ;.......;., :. OF CHRIST in favorable surroundings pre. ( I I(
..: Hubert Gibson Minister fers to discuss that matter with
a Bible Study _._ 10.00 A.M. I someone who can speak his: lan- I

t" \ Worship Service 11OC A.M. guage someone who has either ( I
H Evening Service 7 p.m. teen cur the same route or who !

i : ; ', Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m. has been successful in a related
enterprise in the area under con
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN sideration which, in this instance '.

; << CHURCH is Florida.
.,. Amelia City Near Intersection Whenever an industrial "lead" '
...
ATA turns up which is frequent, :
A. F. Gerbhardt, Pastor thanks to the state administra
:
., t5:00: a.m. Morning Service tion's nationwide advertising I )

9:00 ajn. Sunday School campaign, and to ,the effective )
word-of-mouth praise coming
CHURCH OF GOD from individual visitors to the !

flORTHCOOL- Cor. 4th and Cedar SU. state an appropriate Council! -

.Ref. L Marvin Johnson, Pastor member is given the assignmentto

... t Phone %613807lQqo personally visit the prospect,'
ajn. Sunday School and to sell him. The mission is i

,. TAILORED by SA6NER 11:00: Lm. Morning Service undertaken immediately, and frequently 5'; 25c

teM r.- Y?E. Friday Evening 7:30 pja.T:30 at some self sacrifice,:

pju. ,..' ,_ Evening Service by one who is dedicated to the 15c
i "Twice, as neat-with 2 pairs of pants Prayer meeting Wednesday proposition of maintaining Florida's ; (
7:30 p.m. overall growth at a steady I .

q No kinks in Northcool's personality-or '* and economically sound and pace .'' j 6c
'. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Population growth expanding .
,
bank deposits since the ad-
yours. No 4-legged man, but a 2-legged man CHURCH o
Rev. John Dozier Pastor vent of the Council are but two
.,.' twice as neat More service. More combinations.with 'Sermon: "How Great Is Your of the indices for measuring the R
< of its The
success operations.
God!
.r.... other parts of your wardrobe. Worship, Services; _.11:00 A. M. mounting list of so-called "clean" .
industries which have into
Sagner tailors trim good looks into Northcool! Sunday School 9:45 A.M. the state is Another. come ,
Youth Meetings 6:00 P.M.TABERNACLE
? :Niraclefi bey blends There b a business adage to QQ
keep you cool and fc ,
the effect that you have to make
BAPTIST { U
CHURCH calls if you are going to make !
dry-cleanable sales. There is also another which ,
Amelia Road Phone 261-3187
. points out that nothing happens
u"; .,$39.95 Rev. Loyd Chambers, Pastor until someone sells something ;;

EXTRA TROUSERS. $9,95 Sunday School _, 10 ajn. The wisdom of both of these is I
':. : Morning Worship __.__ 11 a.m. upheld by the record of accomplishment >> >>>>>>
PA At this price you caa't '' i Evening Worship T_,...._. 7 pm. which has been amassed -
oflord not to buy l-ltqgid suit ______
wi Wednesday Service, 7 p.m. by the Council of 100. I bet < p
lieve an accurate count would :
CHURCH Or GOD OF
.
show that more industrial pros-. [
M : PROPHECYRev. pects have been discovered, ana, g
BAILEY'SAtlantic H. C. Drory, Pastor sold, through the joint efforts of \ I I
10:00 ajn. Sunday School the Development Commission and '

11:00 am. w.,..,w. Morning Service the Council than at any comparable f

Atlantic At 7th Phone 261-4961 7:30: p.m. Evangelistic Service period in Florida's hist rY. \, ;
W.MJ3. And this fine ;
teamwork will as 1 \ \
7:30 p.m. Wednesday_ .I-'&.. Young- I iume increasing importance 'Mvi : _
People! more forth Iota Spue Age : .

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not strangers to the Sebring race most a dpzen Shelby AC Cobra V
i Texans Set Sights and its glittering internationalfield. Fords and Corvette Sting Rays.I. Drag Races Slated I

They were here last year Both of these vastly improved

:Winner's Spot I and a host of the imports took I a machines are capable of speedsin ''Sports Slants Sunday AfternoonBy News of theBOA.T.CLUB;
licking from them. excess of 170 miles per hour,

When the checkered flag fellon and they will be driven by Am- II .

I in Sebring Race the 19C2 race at 10:00: P.M., ericans who have to yield to no : Gear StrippersBY \ ..
BY CURT GORDONSpring
after 12 hours of blazing speed one when i\, comes to savvy and

h ; Sebring, Fla. ,. Texas, always around the corners, hairpins, "esses" willingness to pour, on the heat. c. c. McKEXDREE I HF BY
and bends of'the Sebring Dan Gurney of California, long basebalL sessions have i One of our favorite sports writers Drag Races will be staged Sunday -
ready to take on the world, will i i CARSON McKENDREE
recognized one of the finest of full since Herman Helms March 24, at the Municipal
flo just that in the famed Setting I 5.2-mile course, a Chapparal as I been going at speed ] arrived in I
12-Hour Endurance Race at. driven by Jim Hall and Hap all Grand Prix drivers, will be ina last Friday when Dallas-Fort town from Charlotte on Tuesdayof Airport to bring to the public II

Sebring on March 23. Sharp. was in sixth place, and in Cobra, as will Fireball Roberts, 1 Worth opened the training sessions this week. Herman has been sure sportsmanship at its finest
Among the field of 65 racing hot pursuit of the winning Ferrari mainly known as the greatest of I here. Dallas Fort Worth : sharing the spring baseball writ- with speed and thrills from the I water shots into a regular movie.
which the all stock car drivers. i! will be the triple-A team of the ing each year with Dick Pierce fastest cars in the country. The Fernandina Beach Boating '!The film will last for approximately -
will take starter'sgreen
Cars i Minnesota organization this I for the Charlotte Two Due to those races, dangerous Club will hold its regular meet- I 15 minutes and
flag at 10:00: in the morn. i I Hall and Sharp will again be1! One of the half dozen Sting year people. : promises
ins will be two powerful Chaparrals : at the wheel of a Chaparral and !I i Rays will be handled by A. J. !i i replacing Vancouver Charlotte,J I fine men who, we think, look forward streets dragging have o \ceased utomobiles and in the ing at 8 p.m. this Friday, March II to be interacting I from start to.
from Midland, Texas, anxious i will have as their teammates an : Foyt, the big fellow who won the.I Wilson\ Erie, Bismarck and Orlando to visiting our fair city are now 22, at the Club House. A real finish.
to have another crack at the Ferrari other brace of heavy-footed chauffeurs ': Indianapolis 500 two years ago. :: will join the Rangers this 1: each year. on much the safer.strip The dragging sole where it of is treat is in store for those who Anyone that would enjoy see-

*, Porsches, Jaguars, and Lot. Ronnie Hissom of Mid- He, too, will have an ace stockcar week and spring training will be the races is to let those purpose who wish I attend this meeting.I I' ing this film, whether or not you
land 'and Bob Donner of Colorado driver in Sting in full swing next week. know that of have member of the
pses from across the Atlantic. as a partner a to drag, do it organized, in a safe many you are a local club, i.I u
News
These sagebrush speedsters, Springs. t Ray Johnny Allen of N. Wilk- !! '* Golfing place and to inspect the cars and I wondered just what it is like cordially invited to attend.

f Covered by Chevrolet engines, are Few, if any of the cars in this esboro, N. C. i Probably the main sports at- check the safety equipment on I under the waters that surround I
.. year's for gold and ,/i It will be of high interest to
run glory traction around Fernandina Beachis BY WILLIE MATTSON
them to see if they are really safe Amelia Island. Many of the local I
will be faster than the ChaparI racing fans to watch, these, anda the approaching drum fishing The Fernandina Beach Women's for driving. I citizens have found out through

Fence Pests I,oles, Etc I I They are bombs on the score of other top American season. A few have already been Golf Association held a Best-Ball j Th Buccaneer Gear Strippers ) various means, such as skin div- !
PRESSURE CREOSOTED straightaway, and the Sebring drivers, pit their skill and daring caught and all the talk is con tournament Tuesday, with four take pride in their cars and drag'i ing, etc. If you would like to viewa use t e
course provides more than one i against such men as Graham Hill, cerning how soon the fishermen
TO LAST A LIFETIME teams competing. Mrs. Rudy races since they are contributing movie on the subject come to
SOPTJIEH'OOD stretch where a car can be given present world champion driver, can get to their favorite fishing York, Mrs. Cecil Loptien, :Mrs. to the job of helping save lives. II I the meeting Friday night. Howard 'WANt'ADS.
: its head. ,II Pedro Rodriguez of Mexico, Innes spot. Gary Bunch probably has
Dan Daugherty and Mrs. Curt I Attend the church of your I Hammond, along with several -
1'RFSERVING CO. I Aiding the Chaparrals in Am- Ireland and John Surtees of Eng- taken a lead for other. fishermento I!
Gordon low with other
were 323062. choice Sunday and then for an members of the local
,
BALDWIN, FL.266. 2S1I I erica's most formidable bid for land, Hans Herrmann of Ger- shoot at when he brought in ex-I
-- Second place went to Mrs J. W. citing afternoon, attend the skin diving club, has compiled .
victory in many years will be al- many, and Mauro Bianchi of Italy a 58-pounder off the jetties last : !i .
Hiers, Mrs. William Sweatt, Mrs. races. quite a record number of under-
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week. We understand Francis El- George T. Davis and Mrs. Jimmy I ------- ------ -- -- -
\ lis caught about ten weighing Johnson with' 333063.

ir around thirty pounds and a few In the nine-hole competition, :
WHAT COULD A Water Heater others have been caught, but the Miss Katherine Whitney was low : .
haven't for their
campers gone with 57, handicap 17, net 40.
week's ,stay on the bluff. When the
SharksWILL
BEEASIER? they do, the. drum better take to'' Ed. Mattson, golf professional, Maxis & four
J That Literally the ocean because those boys are along with three ladies, enteredthe
Golf and
i dangerous. Keystone Heights
I Club Pro-Ladies
ok Country day,


ij j Costs You NothIng/ Nassauville getting Mrs. Skipper better camp: reports Andy that fishing Sparkman from ,her, is I:I Tuesday.son and Mrs.Mrs.Playing Mattson L. C.in Shave., the Lynda foursomewere Matt-i / PLAY FOR YOUR DANCING PLEASURE


caught eight whiting and two fishI
ermen from Yulee brought in a I i KACBowlIng

i130 Gal. Glass Lined10 Year Warranty nice catch of sheephead and March 23AT
trout. She says one drum weigh- I Saturday

ing about fifteen pounds has been LeagueBY
,
.j White Gas Water Heater caught, but she expects drum I I

catches to begin being good any I
H. B. ELLIS. JR.
day because they can be heard I
day and night. She invites you I WEEK OF 3-14
.
I Your Electric Water Heater Will Make Down Payment. Payments fishermen to be ready because I Total t *,'
the fish beginning tp come in. Team Standings W L Pins .
.
I Up To $5.00 A Month Can Be Made From Your SavingsOn are* 'r Bombers 61 35 63037 : J; KRAFT ATHLETIC CLUB .

The Fernandina Beach High Pirate Murray's Store 47 49 61732 ..
Hadden Mixers 44 52 61202
the ..
football squad completed .
spring football sessions on tues- Paper Mill 43 53 59144 .. '" .", ;
Spring day of this week and Benner has ) High Team, 3-Games ,. : TENACRES

Special.1 really been pleased with his. future -<, Paper Bombers Mill 2891Murray's 2903 t I I ,. .:
team. He has some fine looking I I
Store 2785
and should have another 1
prospects fine football team next sea- High; Ind.3-Games j ICAC MEMBERS ADMITTED FREE AFTER 12 I P.M.
H. Ellis 632 J

H-- Good HousekeepingGas .1 son. -tl. J.F. Taylor Bowen 627 619 ." .'

We think our dates were mixedup High, Team Game FREE DOOR PRIZES $2.00 COUPLESTOP :
last week for the Little League I '
Bombers 1017
and Senior League seasons. If I
& Co. we didn't we doubt it will hurt to ; Paper Mill 1015Hurray's
Appliance Store 949
.
'I
All '
:; i give them out ,again. players High, Ind. GameF. -- -- -- ---- --
iI for each league are requested to Bowen 260
L 2zs.saaTULEE ;"] I register on April 13 and both .leagues I R. Shepard 234J.
YULEE FLORIDA i' will begin the season on
FLA. ., Taylor. 228
April 15. The Little League gameto High Scratch Bowlers
'
L-P GAS DELIVERY AND SERVICE be played at five o'clock and IF, ", Bowen 233- 46IF,11is

the .first Senior League .game. to- ;, ,, -, ,. __,-.1J5-- 45
,*be"plaY. d' a't eight o'clock.The ''J. Williamson 190 516 ,
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KAC Golf Tournamentwill H. Wilson 190513R. < >
get underway on April 12 I Shepard 198-509 NO'WAT OR
fERNANDINABEACH( and will end on May 12. The club ,!.I K. Skidmore 179-503
offers some fine prizes to the :I

winners and(complete information
"JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWN : about the tournament can be obtained CityBowling i L- .

from Fred Osteen, Tour-

.. ,BEACHES" : nament Chairman.'* -r League

I Fifteen ladies from the local

Directory Furnished By These Merchants and Business Men <- Bowling League have entered a I BY 1{. B. ELLIS. JR. I

Bowling Tournament in Jacksonville WEEK OF 3.13 Low Prices On Brake Relining
and at the present time they I Total
Gaorg e's FLORIDA'S Suburban i are in third place in the Class D'' Team Standings W. L PinsOrville's
( FIRST events. There are 134 teams en-
66 30 68411
lUine Shop GOLF COURSE Shore Gas Co. tered in the Tournament with only ::; Hadden Lanes 61' 34% 69827 s
44 more teams to bowl, so it appears -. Sandbar 52% 43% 67638

27 N. 2nd St.Machine JfkI EXCELLENT SERVING ALL that the Fernandina ladiesare I I I The Unknowns 42 54 66543 '
fine job. Grace Joyce MOTOR I]
YOUR NEEDS IN doing a
"' 18-HOLE : Beach Bar 35 61 65630
Work took a first place in the singles' :-
z LP GAS AND I Becker's Drugs 31 65 64743 _
LINKSTIDES with a 503 score and racked up a .
Welding Brazing GAS APPLIANCES High Team, 3-Games
: 1423 score in the Class D All-
Marine Repairs 7 South 7th St. Events. Grace and Eleanor Flint The Hadden Unknowns Lanes 2835 3039 I I

C Special! Service To Phone 261-3661 tied for first place in the doubles Beach Bar 2831 : I1WIaU'j'
I event with a 955 score. The girls
Shrimp lra\\lers High, Ind. 3-Games
{ Hadden Lanes, Waas
represent l
All 1 Work Guaranteed; T. H. KING Drug Store and Bailey's. i I''L.J. Beckett Flint 674 671 ,

Open 8 a.m. to 5.p.m. at JETTIES ft f "fa :, D. Roberts. 646 I
PHOTO SHOP Fernandina Beach Pirates '
Mordnv, Thru Situnlay t The High: Team Game
Phone Day 261-3711 Add 30 Minutes For Roll Processing : will play the first baseball game, Hadden Lanes 1060
'I of the next Thursday afternoon | ; WE DO
season
Night 261-5333 Fernandina Harbor Developing & Printing The Unknowns 988 ,;
the
Kodak Film when they engage 'i Sandbar I 973]!j \
HIGH LOW tough Bishop Kenny Crusaders on '
Photo SuppliesMovieColored Pirates High, Ind. GameR. i ALL THIS.
the local: 1 diamond. The i" .
Hadden 250
FridayMarch\ 22 & RegularWeddings will play the Crusaders*with only I ; Ji -. '
D. Roberts 250 #
.
three days, of practice and the i : :; .
5:28: a.m. Portraits by Appointment Only game will be the first of an ab- I F. Bowen 242 QQ) Clean and adjust spark Check coil and .
condenser.
.! plug
Complete Line of 5:49 p.m. 12:08: p.m. Studios At SOt Ash St. breviated seven game schedule. I High Scratch Bowlers I \ -
J. Beckett 216-514 ;
Mercury Parts Saturday, March 23 Phone 261-4586 -tr '*from. the,i i D. Roberts 233-595 I t Clean and :points, Check generator andO
: A race-horse owner '
Th '' 6:22 a.m. i Churchill L. Flint 200-569 I voltage regulator.
West showed up at ( ) Set timing.
F. Bowen 214=548 ,:

GATOR TRAILERS 6:42: p.m. 12:48 p.m. G. E. (GLENN) ;i year-old Downs in horse Louisville that with had an eight-never R. Hadden 234-545 ,,' Adjust carburetor. Check battery- --

Sunday, March 24 :J. Williamson 181-528 i .
'i been in a race before. Since an
LASSERREMOTOR_ 7:14: a.m. 1:05 a.m. KITCHENS 1 eight-year.old- non-started is hardly j J. Suriano 186-520
K. Skidmore 196 504Bowlerettes
I -
CO. 7:33: p.m. 1:36: p.m. a betting attraction, he was '
ElectricalContractor off at 100 to 1 and galloped home I -
Monday, March 25 *
S. 8th St. Ph. 2613819'Going first by ten lengths. The stew-
_" 8:02: a.m. 1:56 a.m. ards suspected dirty; work at the I
-.: 8:21: p.m. 2:23: p.m. 24-HOUR SERVICE crossroads and demanded of the I
: "Is that horse unsound" BY SHIRLEY JACKSON 66
? owner I
Fishing March 26 Phones fOR i iI
Tuesday, I "No, Sir," said the owner. "Sound-1 I MARCH 19 i
8:50: a.m. 2:46 p.m. 261-5194 or 261-4379 I est horse you ever sap, "WeU,, Total

Visit Us For 9:10: p.m. 3:11: p.m. i then," persisted the steward,i Team W L Pins
Complete Ling Of "why horn you raced him before !Hadden Lanes 77 27 52609
Fishing Tackle \ti nesday, March. 27 Shoes For. Men ?" "To tell the truth," said Ii j Setzers 58 46 52257 any six, cylinder, car

,. I. 9:38 a.m. 3:36 a.m. I the Westerner, "We couldn't ketch : Hardee Bros 51 53 51163 I ONlY : :

I Rods R.ee.1'J 9:59: p.m. 3:59: p.m. REPAIRS WHILE j him until he was seven." 1 i{' Baileys 46 58 51411'Waas I I
Outdoor Camping I 42 62 50893
Equipment Thursday, March 28 YOU: WAIT ; The KAC and Seahorse basket Beach Bar 28 6650923i

10:27: a.m. 4:28 a.m. ;1 ball teams have just completed i i Hi Team Single 8.
fine seasons in the Jacksonville Scratch : :
FIRESTONEBEACH I 10:50 p.m. 4:49 p.m.Tides Shoe I I
Hospital t basketball circles. The Seahorses Hadden .Lanes 609 I cylinder car .

.. SUPPLY i are in a playoff for the champ Setzers .' 580 I\ .
I Courtesy and our last reports had Baileys 577 .'parts extra If needed
I 112 Atlantic Are :6t.JI3! Gun ft Geodetic Survey 9 North4th' Street ionship 9 i :

i the KAC at the top of the Commercial t Hi Ind. Single : _.. -___- -._ _, __ ___:.-__ __: __
| League. :, Eleanor Flint t 209 .
,i -cr i: Gloria Hadden 200 I1ft
: The Dallas-Fort orth baseball i Ruth Williamson 192
FUN IN I THE SUN : team and the Charlotte Hornets: i' Hi Team Three
will exhibition here 'r'Hadden Lanes 't$10ntBeach :
i play an game 1691
AT FERNANDINA BEACH =)f I I Nl[Ion Sunday, March 31. The game Setzers 1626 j Supply

J : is sponsored annually by the I Baileys 1561
.- FISHING BOATING SYDUIINGGOLFING I Liens, Kiwanis and Rotary Clubs Hi Ind. Three ,

and usually a large crowd at- Eleanor Flint ,' r 541
AND JUST PLAIN "LIVIN"1 .1 1 I tends. Should be another fine I Patsy. Cottle, ,:, s 50C I 118 Atlantic Avenue. Phone 2614482I :

game aj in the past. Velma Hodgs! ', ', 459 .
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Page Eight --**" :1ets-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida. Thursday, March'-21, 1963 -:.-- .. __ .
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i :' : IW' !li for this year's o outbreak of:flu.. virus. nd.the Republicans! ijrill1blamethe t Nojt as far out as deficit,
Reports From Washington! L' mPIIIEY'. I So you can look for Democrats I I administration for (fetJ't ing. That $h9 of rendI

r t to: blame the GOP for 'the 'new ting the viruVget; ?lit of contf&fr \\ouldVe kiltg us all :
,0Rtcent
D. R. (Billy) Matthews "' ii'4 : : ". .a'Y
By Rep. i ._... _._' ,.' -' -,'...'.

: Activities In The House *

Of Representatives I, '/ filet INNIY :
The House has been taking a : the announcement of the discovery -: BEfORE YOU; PAINTUSSHOWYQU

long hard look at its own activi- I of two new types of influenza :
ties, and particularly the requests ; I virus such a' .
came as j Y""! ; .. ., :, ..':'''''r.-"";'!"""" ,. '.. ,
: ; w of its committees and their meni- i complete surprise that it's bt>enj <"F.q> ; \ ''dt, t '' + J.'w.:, 0Jii";
1 :"' :: ; : ;
bership. Notable among recent :' I almost two weeks now and not a ; "i"ET HOWl
actions taken by the House were : Y' I: cure has been ballyhooed on tv, : l
the substantial reductions in :r .'., : :
very And it was a gqlden opportun $ /
appropriations fpr the following i) : l lS lt I ity. The new strains were identi- !: -, ':'.
committees: rf I I 1 i fied too late for this season's w.
t 1
P w5 1. Banking and Currency. The : .i,Y- vaccine to include extra guards
House voted to provide $180,000 t ,I against them. 'f
,
for 1 year only for expenses of investigations If time can be found to sandwich ;
.. and studies in lieu '('11in between detergents
of $580,000 for 2 years which had I'' 'beer cigarettes, shampoos, greasy
I been recommended. I kid stun and such you'll see
SHOWN AMOVE IS JERRY LEWIS with i one of his 2. Education and Labor. The those HI! old new viruses destroy ? DISAPPEA'

"wild" expressions, in a scene from the feature, "It's House voted to provide $200,000for ed by some miracle right before t FOREVERTVFFKBTEand

1 'year only in lieu of $697,.. in living color, and .. .' .
Only Money" showing Sunday and Monday at the Ihn your eyes WI TH ;' : "
had been '
000 for 2 which
: Theatre recommended.years The. action also soon.One of the new potent forms of .. <<< ;;; ', .', (. t t;

"- --- called for assigning f25,000 of the Asian flu virus first appeared in i"
I amount to each of 'six subcommittees 1957, which was during the Eisenhower :

I II I I and only $50,000 to the i administration. And it was \

( full committee. I II i iI activities, thus saving time and I,i the one held mainly responsible < '
: NOTICE I According to the rules of the money. After my two trips, the :
\ :
House, we are forbidden to talk House Committee on Agriculture )I Health Center in Palatka. I IUffIDlE Glass FabricilurWP '
about other member!? I think, "
was directly apprised of any new I ClnferenceWith The. Secretary .
I however, in viewYpf\ 'much ,publicity -! legislative needs or revisions. In- I Of Agriculture :- '.,1 .. '.).(

I that has bee ,iii' the papers cidentally, I reported to you in Along with about 40 other > .J / :
TO HOMESTEADERS ''about the certain! o.w-- '. :: .
activities/Lof the details f.A ,
my Newsletter complete Congressmen and Senators I at- \ : .. \
Congressmen iirtd'\ // (he junkets of these two trips. I recall' tended Conference in the Secre- fy" .". .' < ; i.. .:<1.'
\ they take abroad,'':Ui t' I should: that the Rome conference whichI tary of Agriculture's office this ,": :t irD/2.l :t

It i is a State Law that each Homesteader comment about tliis i matter. Of- i j attended two years ago lasted : past week to discuss problems of : (', : tV : _
I ficialtrips by' Mttobers: of Congress I 8 days My total expenses, including I agriculture, and particularly the f:..' ..: Ar. .f ..... .. .. \ '
i in my option) :are "absojlutely ': hotel, meals, transportation i) the continued of : II", .i ... '.' ', '
use "
sign a Renewal Application for problem pf I O.tl > : '< \ ,
: essential in certain' instan- ;and miscellaneous expenses!, for i* MH-30, by our tobacco farmers'for it... .': ... .Wt' d I ..,"....... ":."..v <".>\, .. .
I! ces. They serve.i acn.structivei those 8 days in Rome 'amounted ,I the control of suckers. I join- .:\..' .. ":. : .' ''' '''' '' (-- aJ.
the Homestead Exemption each : .It : :
'and
: ': f ;. :- : : .. .
i purpose beneficial to the Congress to $212.35, for which I. rendered ed with my colleagues in urging'the ,: ...: : ,, ,
II I and to the American, people, if j I 'a full accounting upon my return j) Secretary to permit our farm-
i : very Year The Application Forms were I! properly authorized and under- ; to the United States. I pledge ] ers to continue' using MH.30 in 0 Cures Cracks Saves Window Sills
i taken. There is always, however, : that in the future if I make any | proportions. j!
: mailed the first of January to every person the possibility that a Congressman !, more trips, I shall as in the past, proper The Secretary has since announced -

may take advantage of his I I continue to advise you of all de I that farmers may continue Waterproofs Joints Stops Paint ProblemsNow
: who claimed Homestead Exemption position and do those things tails. We here in Congress must to use MH-30, .but that
; which are not authorized and accept our responsibilities, insist I must be used in i
great care apply-,
: last year. These forms must be signed '!make expenditures that are ques i iI ing on proper activities of our ing this chemical for sucker con- i: for the first time wall cracks can be

tionable. It should be emphasized, :representatives, abroad. I am glad : trol. Grade standards and price repaired permanently by a simple applicationof FREE
I however, that every Congressman I 11 that we have taken action to in the of ppPIICAiOR
and returned on or before April 1st. I supports now process Tuff-Kote and Glass Fabric. Tuff-Kote# eliminates -
who makes i important
1t I a trip must report to | ,check, more carefully on this revision will reflect quality according -,
1, his Committee Chairman and' to : ] problem. to present market standards chipping out and filling of cracks-it

I We urge you to cooperate with us on this, as {I the House. Committee on Administration 3. House Committee on Un-Am and: consumer preferences.4, spans them with a thin, pliable, stronger than
b we, have been given notice by the State Auditing I There are adequate I II (erican Activities. The House has Farmers were urged to pay special I
ever patch that is invisible when
audit procedures which, if followed painted.
,
in Tallahassee that the I j' I(endorsed the full appropriations l attention to such cultural
Department applications '
should check any improper ,requested by this Committee. I practices as improper use of fertilizer -; Tuff-Kote is clean and easy to use, saves time
must be signed, therefore we have no alternative
activity. :voted with the o.verwheln1ing majority excessive irrigation, close';
I II saves and lasts forever.
I if we do not have the application in the office by During my ten .years in Congress to continue adequate appropriations !spacing of plants, harvesting immature I money

Apl'illst, but to strike those from the Homestead I have been delegated on for its work during' tobacco, and the use of I
roll This is your benefit. It will not cost you I two occasions to represent the ;j the' next fiscal year. j I chemicals to control suckers. i Come/ in Today for a Free Store Demonstration

anything to sign this application, but it will cost + Committee on Agriculture at two !' Bills Passed By The House I I Visitors' !
'v' taxes if do not. We I foreign meetings, one at Lima, Recent visitors to Washington
you in you appreciate your The House has voted to graft my
PORTER
Peru, and the other at Rome, & LOVEQUIST
coop ration. i }honorary citizenship to Winstijn 1 office have 'included: Mr. H. i
;
'
I Italy. On each occasion the Agricultural | E. Wolfe of St. Augustine Mr.
;
Churchill. Also, it has passed
.ja
I
Attaches and agricultural :bill to extend the draft for fOr 1 Jack Bailey of Fort White; Miss COLOR CENTERS.
There who have not signed if interests of the respective na-i : '
are many you I I years, and a bill authorizing |15v8 I Trances Murphrte of Gainesville; I
are of these again Mon" were called together at a1: ;billion for defense procurement.Brief ': Mr. Ben.'Zellner. of Green Cove'
one we urge you .to help us central location to exchange views I i 8th At Five Points Phone 261-3068
i i Visit To The District Springs; and Mr. Martin A. Dris-
and yourself by taking care of this now in regard to their programs, their : f coil of St. Augustine. .

l progress, and their problems, and, I- participated in two important'r ---- .-- -- ----------- -
particularly, to discuss ways and i! engagements in Gainesville and .
St. Augustine this past weekend. ; 7- -,.
\ E. N. 'McKENDRH means of selling more of our agricultural ., .? --
; products abroad. By i On Sunday afternoon I made the lt/ .
?: \- Dedicatory Address for the re- \ '
< two Committee '
sending one or. representatives .
.
/; ,. Tax Assessor, Nassau County our Government to avoids a" given the neces place,r ce&ly: Post completed Office in University Gainesville.Station A- r ." ,:..... ) t : I '
sity of bringing its agents home I very interesting program had f ..

for a first-hand review of _theirBrandNew I If' been Paige Pinnell arranged, in cooperation by Postmaster with I
-- un -'fk
officials of the City of, Gaines- THE DAY I ALMOST GAVE UP MARTINIS

..,, .... --A-M I ville, the Chamber of Commerce,
. -- y... ,.,. _""'" :. :fr+:"!::,:t"'i, ... .$ $,jf.: .. %r; and the University of Florida. \
f I This new Station is designed to (By a new friend of 80 proof gin)

V-8!' I serve. not only the University
.. : 1 student body, but also residents I

i h n 1i I'I'r' of the.Northwest Superintendent section of Grady Gainesville I had a couple of my usual martinis before dinner. Extra dry'-


i Harrison of the new Post Office about eight to one. \ :**
.
his staff welcomed .
and splendid
/j ""*!*a awE* _L.f I II visitors to the Station. Next day I told a friend I was getting too old for .martinis? %*

I The St. Augustine Qua rieen. ,

I tennial Commission held under its first the .. "It's not your age," he said, "it's your gin." : 7
meeting on Monday I

I Chairmanship of Mr. Herbert E. I had used and I told him
I Wolfe As a member of this Com- good gin very expensive gin so.f

i I mission, I participated in the all-
If I I day program in this great city "Sure," he said, "I'll bet it was 90 proof. Do you realize that your

.Wtftt I that President featured Lyndon an address', Johnson by Vice to extra dry martinis-allowing for a dash of 36 proof vermouth-"

Lr celebrate the restoration of three are over forty per cent straight alcohol?. .
: old Spanish homes. The Vice .>oj ,-. "' M"If ,.- '

., I Ii i President distinguished later group addressed at a Banquetin another you're going' to drink dry martinis," he added, "use a civilized '

1 I II I the Ponce de Leon Hotel. Governor gin. Like.Mr. Boston 80 proof." '

I Farris Bryant, many mem ,.
+ KEWV8 Y roIt bers of the Florida Legislature, I took his advice-and advice. With Mr. Boston
F a ,\ COSTS ONLY i. Senators Holland and Smathers, I it was good ginriny -

> $105 THAN!MORE THE | '' I the Spanish Ambassador, Don martinis taste a lot better, go down a lot smoother. .make
Antonio Garrigues, and I, were
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CLASSICSfitftftvg among those who attended.I a pleasant but sensible cocktail. I Ii

returned to Washington with .
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Senators on Monday night follow.. 80 PROOF GIN TASTES BETTER .. "' I
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ing the Banquet.
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HOW,TO MAKE DRY MARTINIS
.diI j Activities Of Particular: Interest measure of alcohol content alone. ((100
f. ) I proof means 50% alcohol) Alcohol itself MAKE MORE SENSE
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1. Despite the present policy I using
I.. conies entirely from the herbs with which
the Federal Government / Standard
againstthe using UliRf tO Proof
it's distilled. w .
3fiPPof 90 Proof DryOM3tfllTrad.UoMl
of the national
Announcing expansion Dry Venoohtb Dry Git (II 04ka)
r. I i..cemetery system, I have intro- You'll find 80 proof gin has the big taste = !
I duced a bill to establish ',National advantage of 80 proof mildness with
New Rambler Classic V-8 \ f !I II Cemetery at Camp a Blanding. the same full flavor of higher proof gins. ) 71S Proof WPrwf

I At the present time there are --- Sb-lDry) IU)Proof 724pnof(
80 PROOF GIN COSTS LESS
\vlth superior performance and high economy I only two national cemeteries i in .i |-to-l(Eltra Dry) UO Proof 75.1 Proof
Gins are taxed by the U.S. on their proof
Florida, one at St. Augustine,
or alcohol content, only. The lower the -
I which does not have additional proof-the lower the taxes, and the (The"standard"proof for todi/i tottlrt Mufeiis
"Car of the Year" now offers 198 HP Y-8 space; and t>lie at Fort Barrancas lower the cost to you.. is a moderate its proof!) ,.
running mate to famed Classic 6: near Pensacola, which is far removed 1 '
from the center of popula- 80 PROOF GIN MAKES fA 1',
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,. t Try this for a surprise package. A brand-new V S. tion in the State. The proposedsite t 4 BETTER MARTINIS '

Economy in the l Rambler tradition. Responsive per i of the cemetery in my bill if t It makes them extra dry as you like them, ENGIISH OLD MR. BOSTON IS THE I 3
formance.: Price? $76 to S195 less than comparable approximately 25 miles southwestof but not extra strong. Twenty,years ago, FINEST GIN YOU CAN BUY
-'_: Sixes of the two best sellers. I Jacksonville and 8 miles east :' the 3-to-1 Martini was standard. Today, It's vacuum distilled at an unusually (low i \
Through )'ears of research, American Motors of Starke at the intersection of- with the trend to dryer Martinis, the 'GIN" temperature in special glass-lined stiffs.
I AdTincri Unit Cwstratoa creates new convinced State highways 16 and 215. Our modern dry Martini has dimbed from Only at such a low temperature, is it
was that V-8 could be
a high-economy
i solidity,replaces many small parts. State is.one of the fastestgrowing -. a smooth 76.5 proof to an overwhelming possible to capture the most delicate, t
perfected. Today the Classic V-8 is tested, proved Ones in the nation and the 1 84 proof! Solution? Mix with 80 proof gin. r essence of the herbs. This is one reason ,"

I and ready for you, at your Rambler dealer. You veteran population in Florida has It gives you the same full, dry gin flavor, for Old Mr. Boston's flavor distinction. It -,.; '
i r get balanced performance plus high economy- I I..now reached approximately C63 but it returns the Martini_to its original, is America's first and largest-selling 80 '.
s more moderate proof. proof Dry Gin!
the Best of Both. And many other "bests"_ you 000. :
- ; never heard of before in any car: priced so low! 2. I have requested'the House
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Works Committee to grant
Rambler'63WINNER authority lo the Corps of Engineers H

'_ to make a study of the MrBOSTONT t
New CUBIC VI delivers-8 WINNER OF MOTOR TREND MAGAZINE AWARD West Pass of the mouth of the OLD

patonaaa -IamoasR3mblerecon! "CAM Of THE YEARN Suwannee River. A surrey-review
j': report on the West Pass would.

Harrell's 'cost. an estimated 34000. -INTELLIGENCE IN THE PURCHASE. MODERATION THE ENJOYMENT. rPJ{ 11iJk
Auto ServiceSth I' 3. The Department of Health

Education and Welfare has notified -
and Jasmine Phone 261-4117 t; me that Putnam County has !l

UsOd Cars 100.. f Ybib' been awarded a Public Health 'j; .; l lw
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I I It formation, grinding it up intosmall of Carrabelle who maintains his European Champion, was tha ium i also the Hemming Park of- "What this country need is an
t .. particles, and inspecting legal residence in Palatka, is no I Holiday On Ice star of Holiday In Europe for the fice and out of town box office architect who cut d* ign a front

them one by one. He has a prub- fiery reformer. But more than past two seasons. Sandy Wirwille All seats are reserved with promenade porch that a ixvopaper boy can
' A CAPITOL LETTER ably an ideal attorney's mind once he has saved the state from i Opens 18th Edition just sixteen turned professional and boxes $3.50 lower land a paper on." Burlin B.
I that methodically turns out the expensive fantasies by his most i i'i for this edition after an outstanding mezzanine $2.50 and upper mezzanine i King, North Vernon (Ind.) Sun.
answer to a iv problem..' He valuable asset: Being Richard I amateur career as a member $2.00.Classifieds.
BY JERRY, MOCK I has also a disarming character Ervin.Tallaas&ee. With "New Look" j;of the Detroit Skating Club. i| "A man's home seems most

Tallahassee Meetings of the Cabinet members being pol'tvi I trait for a politician: he acts like < I New comedy is supplied by the I 1, like his castle when he pays. the
State Cabinet usually r tend to i' clans, and humans like to talk, I Richard Ervin (He's referred to Many of Fbr- International showman, Morris i great team of Deeley and Leeca, I Pay Off taxes ,on it."

:lull spectators as well as participants : and sometimes get carried away around the' Capital as the Gen- ida's traffic courts operate under Chalfen, has assembled an exciting I number one fun team of Holiday I -_
toward a pleasant slunv"ber. with their own pronouncements. eral)* He doesn't say what he what an official of one company array of champions and newtpersonalities i :In Europe, Africa and the Far: I 1 -
Particularly in the case of conflict -, thinks .he's expected to say. He I for the 18th edition! 'East for several seasons. .-
I The plot usually t$$ worked out I they need a strong steadying says what Richard Ervin has to interested in motorists' welfare of his ice spectacular that open-i The opening performance of .. -
'
those two simple things,j jI described :justice bond
'behind the scenes through 4 nl".mittees. I influence that puts them say. By as by ed at the Coliseum in Jackson- j :Holiday On Ice of 1963, on Tuesday '
back onto the right track. his thought processes and his actions forfeiture." vilfe. : '
and about cabinet ; .
comment
Ervin has saved I I I night, March 19, was for the N.I ., l ,
a
actions often is for the bdnc- Although he probably wouldn'tadmit I many Although the situation' seemedto
cabinet member from embarrass- Established favorites include ]benefit of the Jacksonville University '-', -< ii"4'"
'fit of the press. ', N this, that job on Florida's ment. be improving\ Marvin Houo Rosemarie and Robert Unger, : Athletic Fund, with all ."":,.......
I Conflict does appear on O ..1s. cabinet has been, assumed )by our j way president of the Peninsula Ray Balmer, The Williams Fam- :profits going to J. U. I .
Attorney General Richard Er. On one occasion, Gov. Farris Motor Club (of the American '
: I ily Tommy Allen Alice :
,
Quessy, i Evening performances, FASTER ,1
cab-inet I vin, who has been in that office : Bryant got into an. argument Automobile Association, or AAA) I Jane Morris, Alfredo Mendoza ;) 1 through Friday are scheduled Tuesday at I' SERVICE AND
Tallahassee
with
seeking
since 1949, and in public office a man no pronounced relief until
saw
bers and other interests attend- Darlene & Jinx and Juanita Per- :8:00 There will be Saturday : .
,ing meetings to present their since 1935. information from the state. The the 1965 Legislature when an celly. "The New Look" has sixty p.m. at 1:00 5:00 I '
was on a delicate subject ( :programs p.m; p.m.: ::
request
,case. i Ervin. has a way of inhaling in. I, and Bryant *was obviously American, Bar Association studyof percent of the skating troupe d*- ", ;and 8:45 p.m. Performances frr I REASONABLE PRICES t"
the situation
state should be
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-r- irritated, as was ComptrollerRay completed.The buting on Holiday ont Ice, USA. j .Sunday, March 24 are scheduledfor : 'II ,
Green. The situation nearly 't The newcomers include : 1:00: p.m. and 5:00 p.m. Children I
a s F 1 : got out of hand. Ervin began court situation, important I bara Martin, Hanna Walter Bar.j I will be admitted at half I i fareJearrfrfillJ f ,1 ....
I REEZEJ t speaking. He had spoken several in a state that depends so much 'Sandy Wirwille. Miss ) price at the Saturday and Sunday ;.. .' ,
J on tourists, goes something like r '
before professional worlds champion, I 5:00: p.m. matinees. II'
:.sentences anyone paid attention : represented
this A motorist is arrested
: on a
to what he was saying.: I, Germany at the hut ) Tickets for Holiday On Ice' uf \ -- -
traffic charge. lie told to 't
L His point was simple: The in- is ap- j Winter Olympics held in Squaw ) 1963, are now on sale at the Jacksonville i* ; &1If/>(l/ erl
pear in a court on a certain date, i
formation requested was a mat Valley. Hanna Walter, the 1953: : Coliseum and Auditor-I i I .
maybe a week ahead. When he1! .
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ter 10
after drive of
a maybe '
appears
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anyone, and there was no need 200 miles, he discovers it is mere-' 9fcff/J4/ e9itzitrctiQii6yi.lll3QIl11CC9JtC'll :
for the cabinet to take action.
I ly plea day and time to set his It .
The matter was settled. trial, if he pleads not guilty.Ma'be "
.r I During cabinet meetings, Erv I .
told him he
no one
in sits with his head slightly bow I and ': .< :
I AI- YYr could waive a jury trial and en- :
.... t i ed, his feet on a special step attacked i .
ter a plea getting an immediate
to the cabinet! table. Most
I hearing before the judge. In any :
f :
ly he sits silently listening to case, by this time the motorist is'' ( : '
3. w others talk., He doggedly carrieshis SPECIAL ThIS WEEK! :
uncle a 1 hopping mad. He was arrested, :,
conclusion, On
to I
thoughts a
'>Y' : II
drove 400 miles to find out when
{ least occasion he astonished I All And Of Engraving'WE
at one Styles Types
ColorweldMafkn i he would be on trial, and he will
i the other members by $) 1 Sofa Bed
I .
: < be back in Chicago by the time .
; I speaking up on a subject that had his trial So his brush I
comes
up. 7Pc. GROUP
,
I .;: '" << ,','\" been discussed and dropped' several with the law cost him the forfei- $ 1 Lounge Chair I
iel v ::,} I I minutes previous. ture of bond, plus his expense'I I ALSO HANDLE A FINE LINE OF

I Cool breezes are all you'll feel as you relax outdoors Although Ervin is inclined to and time and most important, 9 2 End Tables ; ENGRAVED
: protected by Lifetime Colorweld Aluminum. say what he thinks, he seldom, the chance to blow off some team'
,
COLORPORTS ARE... causes tempers to flare. On one by telling his side of the story. $109.95 $ 1 Cocktail Table : LETTERHEADS BUSINESS CARDS
which included heated
occasion, a
i i This probably wouldn't happen 4 'I
Guaranteed leakproof discussion over a controversial ENVELOPES SOCIAL STATIONERYSee .
in 2 Table
say, Miami or Tampa since $ Lamps I
h / Available, i in delightful colors to suit your taste decision, Ervin would not have they have continuing traffic

1 Inexpensive, goes up fast. i voted had Bryant not noticed his courts. *
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silence.
1 Strong enough to last and last. And some relief has been granted. I
i Particularly at meetings of the Samples At .
I : For a beautiful "extra" to make your home more J/v- I Trustees of the Internal Improvement The County Judges' Associa- EASY TERMS' ARRANGEDFree I

r able, call us about a Colorweld Mark U Colorport I Fund which involves dis- tion has inaugurated a plea by I I '
mail system that has become
4 ON DISPLAY posal a of straight public land course, Ervin aimed chooses at- popular. Under this system, a I Delivery To Fernandina Beach ]icrnan inaJ cachNcu\pica\
I person arrested on .a minor of- .
t policies, that protect the public fense is given a slip which he |I tY I' ,
FIVE POINTS GROCERY : lands. lIe faces many attorneys can mail to the court, markinghis .. -
I I coming before the board with re- plea either guilty, not guilty, See Us First For Better FurnitureAt PHONES 261-3686' 261-3687
that would alter that
I quests policy -
or no defense. Some persons
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& HARDWARE Despite arguments from have received refunds from their Better Prices
i brilliant attorneys, Ervin steers bonds of $10 or,$15. I We Represent One of the Largest and Best
i FIVE POINTS PHONE 261-5205 that steady course. Another problem for the motor* /

,-- -_. -- _.. I-The-attorney- -general-----,-a native ist passing through is a variance j 11829 NORTH MAIN ST. Engraving Firms In The United States
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,' in bonds in each 'c unty. The I 'PO 5-4808 AT OCEAN WAY Jax. Fla.
same offense may call for a $25 .
: 285'Move bond in one county and $40 in I II -- .,
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uation has improved some. Hollo-
said the traffic policing in y .
Up To Quality, I way A 4 } vi' i
the state generally is excellent _, r
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I i Use Premium Jersey IJJ ; 'Ii but the court system needs up- p p r : I

dating. .
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,!, Mil<. Your Family --.:... 1.14 9, j $ .
II I The coming session of the

Deserves The Best" : Legislature .should be, as usual,
\ ; a mighty busy one: An estimated
5,000 bills will be introduced in !
I 1 1 both houses, more than the 1DC1
II I session during which many population i' 1 ONLY.S :
acts crowded the calendar I
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HOLLY HILL LEADS IN s Richness because of the I960 census. dK .

I i The House of Representatives

I o Freshness e Nutritiousness DeliciousnessHOLLY 'has called for bills in advance I
I and Clerk Lamar Bledsoe said xS

j less than 60 have been received. ,
She said these bills will not be iI

HILL DAIRY available to the, public until introduced .
;. in the House. The bills, iY
however she said, have been au- I I
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ONLY INDEPENDENT DAIRY SERVING FERNANDINA 3E 1Cli"WOULD Reference "
< I thorized for the Legislative .; r J1.
__a_ aI I Bureau for extracting,
and .the printer under contract,

I LIKE TO TRY : NAME: .. __._.._._._._____. _. _...._.. i I Rose Printing Co., of Tallahassee.None t .z r.
I of these under-60 bills
I..JIO TrFr-J'ZEn: :4.; .:. ADDRESS ._.. .'. .- i __ '
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2. PSTEPRIZED :- \'. have been released to' either the I 0 e.

3. CHOC01.( TE MILK (Not Chocolate _........_......._-_ -,..--.:...... ._.-.....-. I reference bureau or the printer., II '
Bledsoe said,
Mrs pending committee D 1 4

:Drink) '. PHONE: ._.__...._.....n. _.._...__ .__._.J -.....- i assignment by House I : 6 0 p :-3 3F .."t yJ .: / 1 1t
4. SKIM! MII.Kv. Speaker Mallory Home. Mrs. ';
CREAM .' MAIL TO: HOLLY HILL[ DAIRY Bledsoe said Horne plans to release I ..i 11 h ; '

6. CHURNED IHTTERMILK? Rt. 3 Box 612Jacksonville the bills as quickly as" possible I I '; '

I (Only Churned Buttermilk l In' Fern- Florida ; so they can be printed in I _! I V= JtiIi

nndina Ueach) : Ph. PO5.6100 time for the opening of the session ( ", ,.t' :, Ii

.i:__ the first week in April., ,'

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who 'talks yours ear off' could p
do a whole lot worse." John I i ;
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Attending Marine ALONG SAYE

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I I PARRIS ISLAND, S. C. (
FNC) Marine Private
r II Mass Don L Caldwell_ ,
Mr and Mrs. Ray F.. C3I)
completed recruit training v -
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ance of duty during
Caldwell is a graduate of 00 PDays

ins High School He
Belhaven College Jackson,
r r 0 Memphis State University ..v
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phis, Tenn., and Florida
I Jniversity at Tallahassee. I

He is presently attending _
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y# As chanical Fundamentals
>r..Ya.. fisi .he Naval Air Technical Get old-time savings plus more gift value at W I NN-DIXIE and other leading merchants who give #
SHOWN ABOVE IS A SCENE from the exciting movie, ng Unit, Jacksonville.The I
"The Cabinet of Caligari" playing Friday and Saturday. eight-week ,course MOST VALUABLE STAMPS
indoctrination I for
at the Ilan Theatre. program ,
_._- ..... ..1.. .. _- rine assigned tc aviation s .Ap.Y: ...: ... ( TE1
'' .. it offers mathematics
News From : % -' :nstruction on operating hand : Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good thru March 23rd

power tools, and COPYRIGHT-WINN DIXIE $TORE5. INC If S3
R C'enter: aviation and electronics.ordnance, SS
The ?'x Q SWIFT PREMIUM BONELESS CANNED
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BY SANDY )1VSANDRO Too Late I Hams. 4 LB. CAN $299

THURSDAY, MARCH 21 Owens Instr.jAd .
: I To ClassifyMangrove CHOPPED, SHAPED, CUBE (Plus 50 Stamps)
lt, Ballet Exercise Class ir

ia St,the: Michael's Conference Guild Room Workshop at. 9.OO., Auditorium: at 7:00. p.m., Jul are a Steaks. 3 LB.BOXr9WD
Owens
I ,anne Instr. swamps .
a.m.Playschool; in the Game Room '.Island Squares .Club in the 'xc sight to Floridians. They
Came Room at 7:30 ong been considered EXTRA LEAN, FRESH GROUND
at 9:30 a.m., Joan Dean, IntroAdult p.m.
wastelands, and
developers
Ceramics Class in the I Jajcees in the Conference Room $ |
'oning choice water front I Beef 5
Ceramics Room at 9:0'uit.:: :, at 8:00 p.m the Gulf or Atlantic have r . LB PKG1
ilartha Jean Puletti, Instr. Lion Club Minstrel Dress Rehearsal sending their heavy

t Hospital Auxiliary Hats Oft in the Auditorium. at 8:00: and bulldozers to tear them A BRAUN.. $HWEIGER or JUMBO CHUNK
Luncheon in the Auditorium at p.m. ]er and make way for
11:00 ajn. Adults and Teens Ceramics seawalls, docks and beaches. ; Bologna LB- 391
|A t ajntic Avenue Playground, Class in the Ceramics Room a4MO .
Now, thanks to 4he
super 8.d play, 3:30. 5:30 p.m. p.m., Martha Jean Puletti
IILJ h.Sides, Supv. ; i marine biologist and Miami's I' --,. FRIED, COD;> ((12-oz,) (Plus 25 Stamps)
at the University of
:Mother's Auxiliary of Troop "Men and Boys' Health Club in rine Laboratory, we learn Fish Ca kesPKG.39
191 in the Art Room at 7:15 p.m. the Boys' Locker Room, day. and Jie long despised mangrove S
\Bridal Shower in the Conference evening .ts murky water and slimy : ,

Room at 7:00: p.m. fats is vital to one of
Lions Club Minstrel Practice in TUESDAY, MARCH 26: industries a W-D Brand,
most important ,
tlje Auditorium at 8:00 p.m. Playschool in the Game Room mercial shrimp fishing.
.Men and Boys' Health Club i in !
at 9:30 Joan ,Bean, Instr. Because of the
a.m. imp
evening.the Boys' Locker Room, day and Lions Club Minstrel Matinee in shrimp fishing to the state's Broad Breasted Turkeys Pot R fts.

the Auditorium at 1:30 pjn. aomy marine scientists have : barbecueing on a spit V
'FRIDAY, 3IACII 22: Brownie Troop 355 in the Game studying shrimp and their I ( ) same as you do fryers,
Shrimp fishermen knew that barbecueing sauce. A _. .
:SuJTeen Club in the Game Room at 3:00 pm. tasty delicacies they S /J ?
Room at 7:15 pm. Tap Dance Class in the Audi the Gulf of Mexico mated in I

:Sophnmore Class! Dance in the torium at 3:30 p.m., Julanne 1 water, they also knew that Broad Breasted Turkeys. lb. 58
Auditorium* at 8:00: p.m. Owens, Instr. young stayed in this I either whole or, half. e C
'Men' i and Boys' Health Club in Ballet Class ((9-11)) in the Auditorium nly I: a few weeks then rtered turkeys same as .
the Boys' Locker Room, day and at 4:30 p.m., Julanne j lisappeared. roasted.

evening Owens, Instr. Where the young shrimp UNSATURATED.ASTOR Save 7< ALL. pURPOSE Save 8<, Each
SATURDAY, MARCH: 23: Atlantic Avenue Playground, md why, 'had long IJ Jl '
supervised play, 3:30: 5:30: p.m. nystery. Then in an effort to =: ShQrtenmg : 58 Wesson Oil3B-ar. Bott.49-
Men and Beys' Health Club in Hugh' Sides, Supv. .he answer a University of. 50 Free Zflf Green Stamps 3lb. can
the Bojs Locker Room, day end Ceramics Class ((10 and 11)) ii ::mi scientist captured and
THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF'
evening. the Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m., jd bright green tags on -
In/
Teen Chili in the Game: Roomat Martha Jean Puletti Instr, 300 shrimp taken from the ONE I-LB, PKG. FROZEN TASTE O,SEA / ? .___ I I 4.

( nil 7:30 thdny P.DI.Itotj. ia the_"Conferene Barbershop Quartet in the Con waters swamps. of Florida's don't."T Flounder Fillets i 50 Free :1.w." Green Slams acww 50 Free :d.ttf Green Stamps :-
ferenre Room: at 8.00; p.m. GOOD THRU MARCH 23 .
loom: at 7:20 p.m. About eight months later AT ANY WINN DIXIE WITH THIS COUPQN AND PURCHASE OF WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OFt'
Lions Club Minstrel! Show in -
I ILions. of the tagged shrimp was FOUR PKGS. FROZENDownyflake ONE 24-oz JAR DEEP SOUTH
SUNDAY; MARCH 21: this Auditorium .at 8:00 p.m. near the Tortugas and as-.. Waffles Strawberry PreservesGOOD

.: tub Minstrel Rehearsal Mep and Boys' Health Club in study solved the shrimp's .
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in tne Auditorioja at 3:00: p.m. the Boys' Locker,Room, day ant: It'was learned that when GOOD THRU MARCH 23 THRU MARCH 23
evening.WEDNESDAY. weeks old the young h AT ANY WINN-DIXIE AT AP Y WINN-DIXIE
MONDAY, MARCH I : 25:. ,' : r 'gather at night on the 11 t t t i 12CNEEn t
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MARCH[ 27: ?
Children'sIt In| the Art the water, and rowing or _
Room at 3:30 p.m., Faith Brilton, Girl Scout'Troop' JOS i in the ng, race over the gulf :
Instr. I I Game Room at 3:00 p.m. heir birthplace to the i mlra j,,, ? 1t 4411.wrw r.r.n.

Atlantic Avenue Playground, : Atlantic Avenue Playground: Florida's rich muddy ) I 50 Free : Supervised play, 3:30.5:30 I feed play, 3:30.( 5:30 p.m., where food is plentiful and I GREEN STAMPS Stamps Stamps ::
p.m I'! ifujh'Sides, Supv. are protected from their i I WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF WIH' THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OFt ,
Hush Sides, .
Sup l AT
: Ceramics ,Class! ((12 and 13)) in. enemies i COUPON YOUR ONE 24-oz. JAR DEEP SOUTH $ .OO OR MORE WORTH OF
Teen-age Mallet Class in the 1' the Ceramics Room at 3:20 p.m.. They remain in the I WINN-DIIE Peanut Butler Health i Itauty Aids
Auditorium at 3:30:: Julanne 'I ,
pan.
I themselves
Martha: Jean Puletti, Instr. areas stuffing One Coupon To Adult With
Owens, Instr. r GOOD THRU MARCH 23 GOOD THIIU MARCH 2S
Adult Ceramics Class in the eloping into the tasty $5.00 or More Food Order.
Preteen Ballet Class in I AT ANY WINN-DIXIE AT ANY WINN DIXIE
the II I Ceramics Room at 7:30 p.m., Mar 30 tempting to both fish and 'I ?_ '
Auditorium at 4:30 p.m., Julanne" ..! Link Jean Pvletti, Instr. Eight or nine months later 13 xri ,_:_ '_ (. 14 a Ir
---- > I I Men and 6073' Health Club in they have attained their G ETww1 I[h

I the Boys* Locker: Room, day and they come to the surface and I SAVE 8* HEINZ. Limit 2 with food order.

1 iALI'I ,i evening Majorette' Practice. on the Patio I grate grounds.back to their I (I' Ketchup "-oz1 19x.SAVE

at 7:00 p.m.Fernandina. Thus we learn that we B A N A A S' .

\ I Beach Assoc. of thank the lowly mangrove }' w. BLUE WHITE ARROW
Garden Clubs In the Conference important part it plays .in 'h' ; : i. y i.
/k\OPICS Room' at 8:00: () p.m. viding one of the most d 48 T' ','
:: Detergent GT: .
.: I ::_ THURSDAY, MARCH 28: seafoods. In view of this t: ; FIRM :
Avon Sales Meeting in the Con ledge we should take steps to *
A Sen ice ui four Doctor of MtJicmr, ferenceRoom at 11:00 a.m. serve large areas of Our J i. GOLDEN SAVE 8* DIXIE DARLING LONG GRAIN
Your IxKtl. ) Mftlical Society. and the I Playschool in the Game, Room groves if we are interested in '
Florida VlHtoaJ AIW'iatlOQ.THIS
a :
l Iat I, 9:30 a.m., Joan Bean, Instr tecting our shrimp industry. RIPE LB. Rice 3LB-pKG-3Sx
CHEMICAL. WORLD .( Adult Ceramics: Class in the This is only one.
What is the "Maximum Acceptable : Ceramics Room at 9:30 am., Martha fact I learned fro" fl SAVE 6t LYKES CANNED
EXTRA LARGE
Concentration of :, Jean Puletti, Instr.i fascinating article* entitled STALKS "
Threshold Limit Values"? Tins I i Ballet Class ((3 &: 4)) in the Magic in the Ocean ', BeefSteW24-0L 9i'
awesome-sounding phrase pertains I Auditorium at 10:00 a.m., Jean George in the current I 2. 29
to the estimate of safe Julan-I STALKS I.
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levels of ne ,0*ens, nstr. of the Reader's Digest. e ry MORTON MACARONI and CHEESE
large number daily of exposure industrial u a .: ,Ballet Class ((6 yrs.) While we are all familiar "

t pots cases, mists and dust 40 : Auditorium at 2:30 pan., Julannne the coming of spring as f Dinners. 3 $1.
which workers may be expuied. : O\ ens, Instr.I .- the land is concerned, we D f GRADE "A". LARGE, FRESH FLORIDA FOR
A list of these threshold'- !limit I Ballet Class ((5 &: 6)) in the little of the amazing t .
values is reviewed and revved Auditorium at :3:30 pan., Julanne tion that takes place in the MORTON Apple, Peach, Cherry, Coconut
annually by the ,American Conference Owens, Instr. ers that surround the l lad
( Governmental industrial
Hygienists.o I Ballet Class ((7-9)) in the Auditorium If anything spring,tiUit; Fruit Pies 3 FOR $1.

There are hazards in the I at 4:30: p.m., Julanne much greater here.. thatf Un ,
chemical world in which we life i Owens, Instr. I II as the sun warms the Doz. (i HL-ACRES FRESH FROZEN FLA. ORANGEJuice
and man must learn to cope Atlantic: Avenue Playground, The underwater spring is ,
with environmental these dangers.hazards New chemical often I supervised play, 3:30.5:30 pan., awesome and exquisite It 5 6-0% CANS 991

are an unwelcome companion of Hugh ides, Supv. beneath the ocean, I '
technological progress. Health Men and Boys Health Club in the land show with cre .. s -_.... ,.
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and safety officials the medical the Boy '.Locker Room, day and rare beauty. Under water p i' .'';'-. ,-' : :!:
profession, educators and public evening break into gorgeous bloom, ,, "'T ... f.. ,'. .

our leaders technological are called upon progress to make as t I and animal life from that ""SlE.DIAL I ',. '. I: -ltf 1IIa"-I f }
safe as possible. Through'Letter ible to the naked eye to : = \ .
housing, nutrition, clothing and begin to stir, colors are -- ;t j 12' .
weapons with which to combat I ekt to blazing, blue, green, pink DEEP SOUTHortnaise ?i ALL GRINDS
disease, environmental dangersare yellow setting the waters
constantly being minimized. r mering as spring breaks out t : ij Astor Coffee
The of the ever average lengthening man and life woman span i ONLY der the sea.. ; ."
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attests to mans' ingenuity in I The secrets of this "
I overcoming the forces of destruction. i i YOU CAN t underwater fairyland still '
!
---. main hidden from most of 'J' tl
One of, the serious chemical I many believe that it is l-LB. CAN
hazards o! today is the given : '
gas PREVENTFOREST E 20
off bj internal combustion :that will eventually solve tI lIi SAVE 19 ::
engines that run our automobiles I problems as resources of the wls 'f f
trucks and buses. This exhaust I! are diminished. I Vi f
gas is a prime source of
air pollution in many of our, [ The slash ;
pine is still
cities and, various methods oi(' FIRES I mainstay in'Florida's EVE Save Bdoch If. : VAC PACKED'C OFfEE.Save 19< j.
dealing ith this menace are being I
developed tion program, with all Roll t LB
Since we live in a chemical Ski m I planted seedlings totalling Tissue 2 Folg r CAN 481 I
world and must survive in it, i ly five per cent Pkg. 191(11 ,
i iI
is to the of with
guidance amounts Limit two twin p Limit one $5.00
various chemicals which nun .
can tolerate is becoming increase Don't delay! Write today with food order r food order er more.. [11--:

ingly breathe necessary. may be free The but, air it certainly we are 55c5I over security 65 and lelflerSJTij still ... ., : ,_ ....'}.-r.... ..,. -? :....a. :
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PUBLIC NOTICE I PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTIJI( :
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; BEACH INCOME: PROPERTY, 3 HELP WANTED1 I
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3 723 N. I LV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE 1\ :THE CIRCUIT COURT LV AND W THE CIRCUIT COVE FOURTH
WANT RATES apts, garages. Apply FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FOR NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA. JUDICIAL! CIRCUIT OF FLORID,
; Aq I Fletcher Phone 2G1-3218. M21c 1 TilE STATE OF FLORIDA. LV LV CHANCERY IN AND FOB NASSAU LUUVHLV -

.*' ,05 word 15 minimum MAN WANTED who has tractor I AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY IN NO. .%'1% i CHANCERY ,
per ,
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and to do custom CHANCERY. CASE NO. 2(43ELEXORA TilE OXOXDAUA COUNTY SAVINGS \SL NO. 2641 -
Card of Thanks llesolutioni sprayer spray MASLVGALE THOMPSON BANK, a corporation !! MILTON L. TODD, .
? FOR RENT work in this area. Pays $1.00to Plaintiff, S pUiMiff.VS. PlalntJlf.
bP and Similar Notices -
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p $1.50 per acre. Write'giving vs. VL .
.03> per word $1.00 minimum I full details and JAMES W. THOMPSON UOBIIY P. CAKNAOV a&d-UAttY BARBARA NICRLESS tofiffctl:f tint).
NICE, FOUR ROOM unfurnished on equipment : Defendant ANNE CANNADY, his wife, tkl l&t.
Cal! 26L3C86 or 261.3687 P. 0. Box 1115 Win. .. Dd ndants. .
; I yourself. NOTICE TO ,DEFENDTO "
opt with garage, for couple. /( 1'teBits NOTICE OF SUIT NOTICE OF, SUIT.
or place ad at office A. ter, (Gaiden, Fla. M21e : : James W. Thompson' THE STATE OF FLORIDATO -"' '
Phone Mrs. D. Kelly, 2G1- ._ 110 c/o Rodney Butler THE STATE OF FLORIDABARBARA ;
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: MARY ANNE CANNADTPoa NICKLESS MEVErf.. .
_511 Ash Street 3872. tIe I Eden t.eorgia.You
) ? : are hereby notified that a suit Oifice Box 617 15010 Edgmpre Street. .
r. .. in equity has been brought against \V Walterboro South Carolina San Leandro. California.
Fbe7rooms CLASSIFIED '
FURNISHED HOUSE -/i Elenora YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED : notified tht A *
.. you by Masingale Thompson You are hereby pun
and bath. Phone Yulee! DISPLAY :::: [ in the Circuit >Court. Fourth Judicial that a suit has been filed against you plaint for Divorce has been tiled
and : P. Cannady, in the aboveentitled
Hobby
FOR SALE 2255308. tIe Circuit in and for Nassau County. against you and you are reqmrrd to
artJ that are required -I
Florida, and you are hereby com cause you I' serve a copy of your Answer M Ple ding -
raanded. ordered and required to file to -file your ans"eritb the to the Complaint on the Fbuu..is
321 SOUTH 4TH ST. for rent, I your written I Answer t or defense to I Clerk of the above-styled Court and to Attorney THOMAS C. HALL. 11 North

24 FT. RICHARDSON CABIN furnished 2 bedroom house, 1I\Z the Complaint: tiled herein againstyou serve a copy thereof upon the plain- Fourth Street. Fernandina heath
cruiser, 104 HP Gray Marine ) in the aboH entitled Court in l.4 uif or plaintiffs attorneys whose Florida, and file the original Ah..\fft
f large yard, shade. Recently ServkeStaion I office of the Clerk of the Circuit names and address is John E. Ro- ; or Pleading in the Office of hrcfistt
engine, $1500. Can be seen at painted inside and outside. Court in and for Nassau County, in quemcre & dray C. Ramsaur 825 of the Circuit Court of Nassau Ccun-
Fernandina docks. Contact R. ] his office in the .Courthouse in Fer liarnett Hank Building Jacksonville ty, Florida, on or before the 25lh day
-I:M21e II ) Q nandina: leach. Florida, on or before 2. Florida. not later than April 22nd o( April, A. D. 1963. Herein fail not or
A. Perozzi at Keystone Hotel. __ 1963. If fail to do, Decree
to you so a Cwifesso will be entered
AvailableAMERICAN I the 2*'day of April. A-D. 1963 and Decree Pro
M21p ,I TWO BEDROOM HOUSE, par. serve a copy of such 'answers and defenses Pro Coriesso will be entered against I'IComplaint ajainst iou fur toe. relic denuiuied
>.,--'I I tially furnished. Phone 2Gl- I'' 'upon,Albkt C. Thompson Jr.. you for the relief demanded in' the in the Complaint.The .
I
This suit is to foreclose a ,
OIL WILL PJ.i nW's Attorney.. whose address is R'ature of said suit being for
MATCHED LIVING ROOM sofa 1 4944 after 2:30: p.m. tIc 303 Atlantic Avenue,: Fernandina mortgage. The real property .-proceed divorce.. -,
Land chair. Also two'occasional PROVIDE TRAINING, Beach. Florida pn or before'said ed against is: Witness my hand and official seal

chairs In excellent condition. FURNIShED DOWNS TAIRS.APT. I GUIDANCE, AND date as.'requr! by the. Laws of -Florida Lot to 13. plat NASSAU thereof ACRES recorded according in I as Clerk of the Circuit Cafrrt *f, Ni\6
,
Keaca
and the 1954 Florida Rules of County, at Fernandiasi
san
Phone 201.3408. > M21p 2 bedrooms, private entrance FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE 1' Civil Pfccedufe. If you fall to. do so Plat Book 3. page 43. of the public Florida. this 28ih day of March. A. J).

"'I"-" garage. Phone 261-4227. i Decree Pro Cent 9s0' will be entered records, of' Nassau County. : laU'.
t : tfc1UPPER i 4E -v Sairtit you Jot the "relief demandedin Florida. SEAL D. 0.- OXLEt
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BABY BED with .new mattress, iI WITNESS my hand and the seal of ( )
_ I FOR QUALIFIED the Cpmplaint. Clerk of Circuit Court of Nassau
said Court at Fernandina Be:>ch.1
$16. Baby scales, bassinet Copr. LA Service $W You are further notified that the of March, County. Florida. .
LECK APTS. comPlete. I nature The Florida this 18th day
INDIVIDUAL of fcfrkl t .suit is Divorce.
-- HALL
.SHIELDS SWAP SHOP, 511 I 1963. j'THOMAS (I.
ly furnished including TV -, name of the Court in which this suit I lor Plaintiff
South 8th St. Phone 2613118. tIc Phone Collect THAT ACREAGE YOU SOLD THIS MORNP4q has been instituted is. Circuit Court, i (SEAL, ) Clerk of the-s- Circuit D. 0. OXLEY Court' 11 Attorney North Fourth Street -, .
Fourth :'Judieia1Qrcuit) Nassau Coun- |
BOSS. WHAT 00 YOU THINK GUSHED OUT ly, Florida. >> the ,abbreviated title (A copy of the Complaint filed hereinis I Fernandina Beach Florida.321. 28.-H. ..U"SEE
ANTIQUES 4t
GLASSWARE notice -
tables attached to the of this
1 copy
FURNISHED APT. % block from (Ken t Haves of this case' 1s 'Thompson vs. Thomp ,
which is mailed to each defendantfor "
restaurant tables, chairs Post Office, electric kitchen. j WHEN} I PULLED UP THE SIGN ? bun, It is hereby pidered that this whom a residence more specific >

'5G. 40" grill ( ) $40 ori- .. 724.5804 After Notice"shall be published once a week than State in
gas private entrance. Phow! 261. j for four (4) consecutive weeks in the a or country was given
finally $110; 3-eye coffeemaker, I, Fernandica Beaci News Leader a the sworn statement filed herein by ) B.'Peto'
4341 or 261-5186. tic C.
the his )
6 plaintiff agent or attorney. ,
$10 bakery bun rack $35. 9 p.m. I' 1 newspaper of general circulation in .
I PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE I PUBLIC NOTICE; said -Nassa County in :FernandinaI'.each 4t 3-21, ,28, 44.11l'
,).m. 12 2G1-3203 I -- -
noon. or McCRANIE APTS _1 : : Nassau County, Florida.
FOR BIDSThe LTHE CIRCUIT COURT, IJf, AND
2G1.5G5O. \ WITNESS my hand and as Clerk of IHGRAITFOR
M28pNEW I
I 1-3 ROOM FURNISHED APT.Utilities Board of County Commissioners FOR NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDAIN said Circuit Court of Nassau County, I
and washing machine PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE : of Nassau County. Florida invite sealed f CII.iNCER2633, Florida'; and the seal of the said i

IKE 18," Launmower'' furnished $10 plus tax. Month. bids fcr furnishing approximately 7.000 NORTH AMC&iCAN ACCEPTANCE' ..... at rnan'ina Je"rh, Nassau
r rI
UNDER FICTITIOUS gallons of Propane liquified petroleumgas CORPORATION, a corporation. the 19th of
.valued $35. Will sell trade I County, Florida on day
or ly rate cheaper, Private baths. NAME LAW for delivery to Nassau County PlaintiffJOHN lUnlCur: litthl.s I Real Estate

for small garden tractor. Phone i Also, beach rentals. Call W. I. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned I Prisiorf Farm and/or Nassau County, vs. I P. 0. OXLEY
'$25-5334. M21c !| pursuant to "Fictitious. Agent's office at Milliard. Florida, and P. SIKES and AUDRE'StKES.. Clerk of the- Circuit Court. Life Insurance
McCranie, 261-4642. If no an- Name Statute" 'louse Bill No. 11'15,1 j /or Nassau County Civil Defense Head hit wife and TilE CITIZENS DANK in and for Nassau County
-0. swer, call Mrs. Long. tfc Chapter No. 2095J Laws of Florida quarters building, at Five Points OF FOLKSTON, (iEORUIA.Defendants. at Fernandina lleach, Florida I Retirement Income
155 CHEVY V-8, automatic I 1941 will register with the Clerk of I Fernandina Berrt Florida during tile 's-: Albin C Thompson, Jr.
transmission 2 door good : the Circuit Court in and for Nassau' twelve montn periiid beginning April NOTICE OF SUIT Attorney for Plaintiff. Health & Accident
meUhanlcal -
NICE DOWNSTAIRS furnished County Florida upon receipt of proofof IsU. 1963 and ending March 31st., 308 Atlantic Avenue, ,
THE
? condition. Phone Mike opt private entrance. 1300 publication of this notice the ficrtitlous 19C4. STATE OF FLORIDATO Ferfcindina.Beach. Florida. IlQspHalization
THE CITIZENS BANK OF FOLK- '
Fiala, 2C1-5329.: M21p : name to-wit Successful bidder will be requiredto : 4t 3-21. 28. 4-4, 11 1
Atlantic Ave. Ph. 2K514835.: STON (JEORJIA : .. L_ Major Medical
-4L- II[ Morris and PayneAuto furnish one (U) storage tank of not ...PUflTour !
tfc ISody and Paint Shop less than 230 gallon capacity at Civil YOU are hereby- notified that, a fut
9 ; X 130 SHADED y>T in Pirates Under which we are engaged fa Defense Headquarter Building Five- has been filed against you in the abovf I Disability Monthly Income
business.We enticed cause and that are hereby People Do Read Even
Cove Gregor Mc Points Fernandina: I'.each Fla. ; you
corner I DOWNSTAIR APARTMENT\ : are engaged in business on It shall be the responsibility of required to file your answer, with toe BOHANNON
Gregor and Ohio A ve3. Curbs Unfurnished. Corner of 4th and South 8th Street. at Five Points. Fer successful bidder to see that an anfple Clerk of this .Court and to serve a : The _Smallest Ads L. L.
tund gutter and city nandina' I'.each. Fla. supply of gas is on hand at all locations copy thereof upon the plaintiff or plaid- '
on sewer. Calhoun Street, across street That the only parties Interested in at all times to insure operationsof tiff's attorney whose name and address1st In The News-Leader. INSURANCE
4OOO. Phone; 2C1-4851 after said business enterprise are E. J. all gas equipment: tJOLDMAN: PRESSER '& LEWIS
from sch ol. (St. Joseph's Aca. I
Morris and Willie Payne.4t Bids should be filed with D. 0. Oxley, 397 First Hank & Trust Building You Are Phone 261.5269
sp.m.C.QNN demy). Phone 261-4200 or 261- 2-28, 3'I; 14, 21 Clerk tQ Hoard Count Commissioners! Jacksonville 2, Floridanot !
3800. tIc Nassau County Courthouse Fernau- later than 12th caY of April IKS. Use your sh Trill

MINUET OJCAN 2 PUBLIC NOTICE dina Beach Florida before 10:00: o'. If you fall to do so, decree pro con- ----
old win clock A.M. March 29th. 1963. fesso will be entered against. you Tor
'ears $1700 new, sac. FRESHLY PAINTED
LV THE COURT 01'JIlE' COUNTY liids will be considered at special the relief demanded in the, complairrt. -

;jifice for $1200. Phone 201-3343. TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED JUDGE NASSAU COUNTY, I LOR.ID. meeting at 7:30 P. M. March 29th-,j-? The nature of said suit being for : Skip the sulplitir and molassesget -
.', IN PR01IATE. "
: tIc apt., private entrance. 421 N. NO. 2612IB 1963The Hoard reserves tile right to reject- !I foreclosure' described of property mortgage situate on the in following Nas-. .,

3rd. tfc re: Estate of any or all bids. EIU County Florida, to-wit
DALMATION cutes CAROLINE LONG, Dated this 14th day of March. 18& ; '
PUPtPJES iLot 11 of J. P..Prfge's Callahan Sub.'

:$ a speckled pup! See at TWO BEDROOM apt. upstairs, NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo Deceased. D.Attest 0.: Oxley. Clerk., I I' ciivis.un. Plat Hook 3, page 20, cur. ." a CHEVROLET' SUPER SPORT -
rent public records of Nassau Ci/Uh-
Dean's, 141 N. 15th. tfcB0Y furnished. All electric kitchen. All Creditors .and AU Persons HOARD: COUNT" COMMISSIONERS. ty tUorida. '. I Ij.

I Phone 261-52G9( !) or 261-3230. tIc Having Claims or demand Against NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA r WITNESS my hand an! seal of said -
Said Estate fly Harry Poole, Chairman
A HOMESITE on the Nassau You and :each of you are hereby 2t 3.14.A1 :i Court County at Florida 1-ernancina, this beaed J2th, day Nassau: of j. Chevrolet Super Sports,*J have. a charm,that Sport, zing applies to the Corvair Monzasoothesvyour

River -:Wj3eau.tifuj hfgh TWO- BEDROOM FURNISHED notified Jlnd required to present any March. 1963. .' springtime yen for romantic Spyder, very breezy with its :air-cooled 150-
; ,
and dry lots at Nassauville. apt on Leach, year round $(JO claims and demands Mthich ;you or PUBLIC NOTICE I I /sD: O. OXLEY "
: either of you may have against the CLERK CIRCUIT COURT adventure as fast as you can slip into .a horsepower rear-mounted engine, and 4-
Howard Hammond 261-
Others with waterfront privil mo. Estate! of Caroline Long. Deceased NOTICE UNDER NAME LAW FICTITIOUS SEAL) bucket seat. '(Especially the Impala's, with speed! shift. Ditto for the new Corvette StingRay
do\, 3733.: tie late of Nassau County. Florida to 'I I 4t 3-14. 2J. 23. 4-4
Small
:eges. \" payment, the'Honorable J. E. Weatherford. Xun- Notice is hereby given that the un its adjustable new Comfortilt Steering a magnificent thoroughbred among

.Terms to suit Phone Francis SMALL UNFURNISHED house ty Judge of Nassau County. County. dersigned. purb ..rJ to "i-'icutiuU* I wheel) Front bucket seats are pure-blood sports cars with not
Courthouse in Fernandina Nassau I PUBLIC t NOTICENOTICE
i Beach Name Statute" HIu.e Bill N" 1115,1
Ellis, POpular 5.21161" Jackso'i- for rent. 1310 Franklin St. Call County Florida. withia six monthsIroza Chapter No. 20953 Laws of f' a. great.start, but Super Sports a single sacrifice in comfort.Both

ifls.LARGE. 'l.te.f. 201-5277 for further Information. the date of the first, publicationof 1941 will register uith the FIOr.da'1 I Oi; PUULIC SALE also feature plush alI.v nyl in- Spyder and Sting Ray come in
this notice. t :
.. the Circuit Court in and for NOTICE IS HERE1JY GIVEN that SUPER SPDRT
SHADED LOTS at Aim.a tIc Each claim or demand must be in I I County Florida upon receiut of proofof : under and by virtue of a certaIn r I y tenors:special interior-exterior coupe or convertible styles. All
writing, and must state the place of publication of. this notice, the fictitious -, Final Decree of Foreclosure mad
; in tasteful,touches ahd Chevrolet Super Sports are like
;$ 100 X 145. $10 down, $10 TWO BEDROOM downstairs I I residence and post!) office address of name, to-wit: ana entered by the Honorable George: i trim a "Y'
month. Call Howard Ham- the claimant and must be sworn toby Nassau Farm Supply I'I' C. Y9W1gIruted States Uutiwl veritable feast of goodies we call spring ys-you've got tofget
per ** furnished apt. Year round. $55. I the claimant his agent. or his attorney 1 1I I Under which .e are engaged in Judge, United States District Court, I I performance options Chevrolet out in them to savor them. So
tyond, 2G1.3733. L': 12G S. Fletcher. Phone 2G1-3138 I or it will becoiue void according business. Micuie District of Florida, Jacksonville -:
-v-- tfc. I' to law. I I'I I i We are engaged in business on I Division on the 9th day o|i I and Chevy II Super Sports catch yourself a passing zephyr
'I Each creditor shall deliver sufficient -I.I Stale Hoad 2uU West of .Yulee Flor I March. A. D., 1DG3.! and recorded u invite convertible and waft on down to
LARGE DINING TABLE six adventure your
copies of his claim to enable: the I II Uaval County Florida, in 'a caUSE -
:Chairs, $45. Dropleaf.kitchen. TWO 1SEOKOOM unfurnished I County Judge to mail one to each I'' ida.That the only parties interested in I therein ptnuing: being docket numbei or coupe form. That same Super Chevrolet showroom.

dinette table. IJreakfast bar. house. personal representative.Dated said business enterprise are Kenneth I-.J| Ch II.J. therein General Mills; I *0ptional gt tztra out.Modtli .
.Qr February 20. A. D. t 1963. Claxton and William Forde, Jr. I, is Plaintiff and lien: C.: Criuui
stools. SWELL'S ,$WAP SHOP, THE 1JARNETT NATIONAL lANK ,I 4( 3-7 14. 21. 23 and Mildred H. tirunig.: his wife el ,

;5ll South 8th St. TWO ROOM funiiihed apartment OF JACKSONVILLE, as Execut --- ai, are Defendants, I. as Unite! '-
of the Last Will and Testament of States Mar.snal of the United Stan.: : :- --
PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE
!
p Caroline Long. Deceased. I District Court, Middle District u >

THREE BEDROOM, MASONRY JL F. SA3LMAN First publication on: I OP LEGISLATION Florida, Jacksonville Division. lull a[ :s4'< ( ? 4IpftlF1;;,
23. IQC3! 11:10 o'clock A.M. -
February : on toe 22nd day a 1
:)ome. Air conditwied, beautiul TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN i '
PHONE 2613221 2 23. 17. 14. 21
4t at
I April. lIeD the Main Front deal
notice is of !Y1 ;
hereby given intention to f1t/
./ lot, $10,800 wit ?100 down. -- -- : cf the Court house in ) ern.n..ll..jI '-'
the
apply to 13 Legislature for
$G8 month. NOTICE pass. i I Beacn, Florida, thor lur s.le t put. .. ,
Approximately PUBLIC age of a bill wnereby House till 45-1,
i.lic outcry and will sell to the highest
I arrd House Bill
WANTEDWAITRESSWANTED. Chapter 61-2154. 453.
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bidder for casn, the
NOTICE TO CREDITORSFLORIDA Chapter: 612155. will be amended to property mentioned
TWO NEW HUICK; three bed- STATUTESIN reql&re'a referendum; vote. ia said Decree end described ai.

joom, den. Hi barn homes, 150 Mast be TIle COURT OF TilE, COUNTY /s/ Sen. Harry 0. Stratton follows I The :East Half of the Jfortheast.Quarter
Claude
/s/ Rep. E. "Wlngate
,lo-.. 4rontage, $11,950 with $500 21Iso.I cook wanted.. ApplyBluevSeaiHestaurant JUDUE NASSAU COUNTY FLOR- 4t -- Mar. _l-l4-21-3 I '., of the Nqrtheast Quarter
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.Til A*or VA. ; :, 'M2le iV-re: Estate cf" : : fl--- ( : -- Range' 24 East Nassau Count/

.- '* Mary (Mollk) Uardee Thompson De PUBLIC NOTICEIN Florida. 4 I
I EXPERIENCED COOK Surf ceased. which, property shaU be sold .subject ( p
ATTENTION VErSt TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE
Nice 3 bed.
To All Creditors and Persons Having to the liens and mortgages of thi
:zoom home just outside town. Motel and Restaurant Phone t Claims or Demand Aniast Said Es FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX Duval Farmers, federal Credit ..Union
AND I OR NASSAU COUNTY, ,
'Chain link fence. $8,400, $400 2615711. M28c Ute You: and each cf you are hereby FLORIDA. LV CHANCERY. CASEIN 'of a corporation record Mortgage as the Doul same; 263.appear pagi _

3own) $55 month. WAITRESSES WANTED. Apply notified and required to present any NO RE-: -' 511 of the Official Retards of,1auas
claims and demands which you. or Luinty. Fba ,i, ahd Mj t3ae b-]
John T. Fmeira & Son Lannona Firebird Truck. U. S. either of )'011. may have agauut the ADOPTION OF %;3, page 211 of the Official Record:

5QJ Atlantic Ave. Phone 261-5571 17, North of Yulee. Phone 225-: estate of Mary; (Mollie) Hardee TREATIE a minor by MARIE JIM HENRY GREEN SAWYER, of Nassau County, Florida ret per:
deceased. late of said
Thompson. lively.
POINTER PUPS Phone" 225 5149. tfc County to the County Judge of Nassau and LOIS THOMPSON SAWYER s- John E. Mdinlre, Sr. ;
his Wife. I II
CountY. Florida, at his office in U. S. Marshal .the United I
*329. M21c the court house of said County &l NotICEI I btates uatrkt Court Middie
.. Fernandina Beach Florida. within six I I :' Nathaniel En ck (irren District of Florida Jackson.
I Address UnknownYou
MISCELLANEOUSREPRESENTATIVE calendar months from the time of YUle Division !
CfiOICE LOT for
sale, excellent are hereby notified that the
the first publication of this notice. 4t '
321, 20. 4-4 1
Neighborhood. 1124x136 paved Two copies of each claim or demand above-named Petitioners. Jim Henry ___ -;" I II.
for HOOVER shall be in -writing and shall state the I Sawyer and Lois Thompson Sawyer
treet. Foot of lth) Street at
uniforms. Phone Mrs. Henry place of residence and post office ad. of the City of Callahan. Florida have PUBLIC NOTICE II
Ash. Price filed a petition in the abovestyledcourt
t $4,000. Phone 2G1- dress of the claimant, and shall beSom
U7. M28cBgAT Miller 261-4852 after 5 for to by the' claimant. their agent. I for the adoption of the minor NOTICE UNDER TilE FICTITIOUS I
child named therein and NAME LAW
A4c or attorney and accompanied by a you are required
appointment, filing fee o& cue buiur and such C*ai'.i to show cause why the same ; Notice' is hereby given that the ur
BUY OF TilE YEAR lfoUrf -- --- or demand IM so filed shall be void.S should not be granted by serving a I dersigned, pursuant to ""'icti ouI I.i.I.s

,, )\\' controls layer and birthday cakes, pies. As Administratric cum testamenlo upon Mercury N. Kavoukiis 24 South Chapter No. 20953 Laws of florida I, l
| ill trail I
speedometer, 4th Street. Fernandina Iteach FiorI -
Call Patricia annexo of the Last Will and Testa 1941.! will register with the Clerk t
er, all real clean. 1st $650 takes All kinds. Lodge. ment of Mary Mollie) Hardee ida. Attorney for Petitioners. Jim I the Circuit Court in and for Nassai IfII.
2615332. tIe Thompson. deceased. I Henry Sawyer and Lois Thompson ICmntr.l Florida upon receipt of proc II.fl
tit-ft. 261- 24G. tIe FiN publication March 7, 19GX j LViwyer., of the City of Callahan Florida .. of publication of this notice the. IUuuoui ... ,

ALL TYPES ROOFING ind re Ta*. ,f, Nmf. Jr.. AU)'. and by filing the original thereof name, to-wit:
CJCMPING TR.\U.En\ 1 with the Clerk of said Court otherwise :I
with asses- +t 37. 14. 21, 28 ; D&SIU Service
down
pairs No money free estimate. a decree may be entered againstyou Under which we- ,are engaged i
'Joories. Phone 2 l-5801. A18c J. B. Meeks Roofing granting such adoption. I I business. IIo I
PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE WITNESS my hand and the seal of:' We
"KINGSBERRY Co. Jacksonville Florida. PO are engaged in business at 36
HOMES said Court at Fernandina Beach., I Atlantic Ave.. Fernandina Beach. PHI I. '
NEW BRICK HNGSBERRYtoome 8-7057, Allp tO CREDITORS Florida this 14th. day of March. 1563.,j j That the only parties interested i 11'
FLORIDA STATUTESIN : s.D.aOXLEYClerk
saId business enterprise are C. C.Mc- '
just outside-city limitsJpr VANITY BEAUTY SHOP TilE COURT OF TilE COUNTYJUIKiE. of the Circuit Court, Kendree and Wilson Davis. /

$350. down and'.balance' of Thrifty permanent wave, $5.95. NASSAU COUNTY, LOR-1 4t 1121, 23. 4-4. 11 J'U 3-14. 2f. 23. 4-<,< ,# ,- frI /
-oil .
10.'. IX PROilATE. ----;:; --- -- ,
$05 per month. flu)! now and Distinctive service budget t
In re: Estate of c' t .
LIck out colors, in!' work and prices. Telephone 2G1-4G86 forappointment JANNIE K. TAYLOR. Deceased. -i-

inside arrangements.' Corner tfc To AU Creditors and Persons Having i7z; SISTER BESSIE I

lot, with City water and lots Claims: or Demand AsaUsl Said .Evlate I, I. ,

3 trees. FLOOR ,SANDING and refinhh- You and each of you are hereby READER) .HEALER. & ADVISER f

ft- lug. Floor tile Paul EL Hanson. notified and required to present any ) ,JJllJu,_

OA1C, TREES SHADING a masonry Phone 261-4609. tieiVduUrETa either claims of and you.demands msy have",'hkh'OU.agaii&t the or 1 t:: I Have The God Given Power To -

house with 3 bedroomsand I estate of JANNIE F. TAYWR. deceased i .. f Heal By Prayer. '

a familj room on a cornert drinking probe! late of said County, to the I ':'

$ Sound Impossible? Near hens, write ..Alcoholic Anonymous County. at hU Judge office of in Nassau the court County.house Florida | I-Iii ;'s I \Villjpusranlee To Help : -

schools and can be '" had: for Box 338, city. EL-6-7700 i said County at Fernandina |ieach.'Florida "' \ \ If You are Sick. Worried or In Bad ttom eloebnse: Cmette Sling Kay Conterhlle, Corsair Mvnza SmderCfnucrt&U.

|SOO down and about, $00perjjonth. ._ tie from the. '"time athin of six the calendar first publicationlot monthsI \ -I \ Luck. No problem is too great for CkanUt Impala Super Sport Consertible CArry II Nose |00 Super

iENNEEiFi this ;nolice. Each tlaira or demand .. 'I SISTER BESSIEIf Sport ContertMe Cwfcr;Soap &u Dttfy Racer, lift brA&'AwTice boss.
MEN "AND .wO shall be in writing and shall state

NEED A HOUSE right now? 3 WORK IN CIVIL SERVICENo the place of residence and post office you have anything that worries you dont wait! See her ,NOW SEE WHAT* NEW AT YOUR CHjVRQlg DEALER'SWoodward
address of the claimant: and shall be
Ton.\Y. Also Love Divorce, Business and Business
fcdroom house just outside experience necessary, gram sworn to by the claimant. his agent. Marriage

city limits is vacant. Move in mar school education usually or attorney. and any such claim or affairs. See her about jour Loved Ones. ,

sufficient Train now at home demand not so filed shall be void. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ALL ARE WELCdME
May for $GO per month. Katie C. Wells.
Would rent to right party until loi jobs with Security. For de.. As executor of the Last Will and OPEN 7 A.M. TO 10 PMi ALSO SUNDAYS ,
tails address Testament .of Located 2 Miles South of Eernandina Beach on 8th Street. Watch Motor Company
able to buy. ,' send name, phone JANNIE .. TAYLOR, deceased for Indian Head Sign in Front ,

5 PAUL C. BURNS nato: NATIONAL TRAINING Wayne E. Ripley. Attorney for See her for your Lucky Pays and' lucky Numbers ,_ _

."Builder of.. Kingsberry Homes" SERVICE, P. 0. Box 500, Green- Executrix.First publication February' ". .. 1963. t : Ferumdina Beach, Florida :._ SOUTH 8TH EET. PHONE 261.3636

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T'a;a.Twelve "*""" Ne cs-Leader, Fernandina Beach; Florida -, Thursday March 21, 1963 I'
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WE SPECIALIZE IN Conner Reminds Nassau Farmers Participating In 1963 I.sponsors.Under amendments to Public'I proved project. The watershed balance development of the cost I, some the Commission financial assistance for this from type

Law 566 (Watershed Act) feder would be the responsibility of the recreation area.
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Automatic Transmission Repairs Farmers It's Time Program May Get Advance Payment 1 al assistance would pay' up to 50 I local sponsors. I The Mills Creek Watershed includes -
percent of the lake construction Wayne Murray, Biologist, Game 1 I 40,000 acres of land drain..
and recreation facilities cost. To' and Fresh Water Fish Commission ing into Mills Creek. Preliminary
Broke Rebuilding Wheel Alignment For ACP PracticesFarmers Producers who take part in the I be eligible, the lake must be open : has advised U3 the local I plans include structures for drainage -
1963 feed grain program will receive to the public and be within an ap I sponsors could expect to receive and flood water protection.
GENERAL REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES & MODELSOur are reminded that now payments: for diverting Soil ConservationBY I
is time from the of i ____ __
a good to plan or carryout acreage production : ------
Repair Facilities Are The Finest, Best Equippedand certain Agricultural Conser corn, grain sorphum, and barley, REID .. ;. ., .
Most Modern\ In Town vation Program practices that can Dewitt Conner, Chairman, Agri < POWELL \t..)
be done prior to the planting cultural Stabilization and Con I A site has been located in the !
I season. servation County Committee said Mills Creek Watershed that
area
STANDARD HARRELL'S According to Dewitt Conner, today. Part of the estimated pay I has potential for development in Add Phone. dd lot to1hh
AUTO SERVI'CESouth I Chairman, Agricultural Stabilization ment to be earned for such diver!l to a water conservation and recreation a a
S i and Conservation County sion may be paid.in advance when area.The lake, estimatedat
Eighth Street Committee, the spring season the producer signs up to partici 50 to 60 acres, may be createdby I
"Your Rambler Dealer" when farm-leasing arrangements; pate. The rest of the diversion I the construction of a dam in Busy days .are breezy days when the phone is where you are-.. .,\

I are being made for the coming payment and all of the the upper part of the watershed. /whether it's kitchen bedroom Florida Convenient
Price-suP-1' .. or room extension -
port payment will be
year, and before the heavy plowing The lake and recreation facilities
season starts is the time summer. I could be included in the plans for phones come in many pretty coo rs-are so economical,,too>
of year when farmers, includingtenantoperators The Chairman said that this I development in Mills Creek Wat '
can begin muchof program provision should be of I ershed. This would be subject to .,Call your Telephone Business Office for details .
the conservation work they substantial benefit to growers, : approval by the local watershed .t,

To All PeopleTHAT plan for their land. who can use some extra .ready I' ."
The Chairman points out that cash during the spring planting
cost-share assistance is available season. Signup for the program Southern Betl +
runs from Feb. 1. through March ; Spring Turkey 'S 1 ,,"
under the 1963 Con-
t '
Agricultural "-
HAVE PURCHASED servation Program to help farmers j 22. wc a Ft.e .

with conservation projects on I Besides the payment for diversion Season Set For L, ,
their farms, anifarm- operatorsare I of eligible cropland to ap- L .
HOMES THIS PAST YEARIf encouraged to visit the ASCS i i proved conserving uses, the feed & 'kw.t ta
County Office to discuss their grain program for 1963 offers March 30 April 14 !
plans and determine whether'! program participants a pricesupI I 8.4H
needed program assistance is port payment on the normal pro LAKE CITY { xYa- .
t' Spring turkey
I have home in Nas- available. duction of the acreage planted to i I rS
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: you purchased a __ season, for gobblers only, will .!
feed 1963. will ze
They
grains in
In Nassau Countyhe'!' explains, open in portions of the Northeast
sau County and you make !that home ', I a substantial amount of plantingtrees also qualify for price-support ', Florida Region March 30, and I II I ;
T i i loans or purchase agreements on ; .
will close April 14, according j r. d.
and in the
pastures if pone !I their entire production from the II a
your permanent residence, then you are spring, and these' h r f, among the i i feed grain acreage. I'I'i Brantley. Goodson, Regional- Manage I _

most important practices which I The minimum diversion for N
entitled the benefits of Homestead I I'I Hunting hours will be % hour
to
I' can be approved for ACP aid. participation is 20 percent of the before sunrise to 12 noon.
ACP, the Chairman says, is one 'I farm's 1963 feed grain base. The I j FM
Hunters must be in possessionof
'Exemption.
of the oldest national farm-aid acreage of corn, grain sorghum, !
measures, being authorized by and barley ((1959-1960 average !' when a valid hunting hunting in wildlife license, man-and F 4; ; M +*
Congress in 1963 to help con I acreage, as adjusted) will be com
People making application for Homestead exemption serve and improve the Nation's I bined into one total feed grain I agement area, a management.' area
for the first time must bring a Deed or an natural resources on individual I base for each farm, and a farmer permit. I S as
Article of Agreement to show proof of ownershipof farm and ranches. Each year, the may divert one or more of the Counties which will not be I
Property. The Deed or Article of Agreement program encourages additional feed grains in the total base. His I open are Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy,
of soil water, payment will be made at the per- Lafayette, Alachua, Bradford, .
conservation ,
must be recorded in the office of Clerk of Circuit grass I
that of Columbia &
rate for the grain diverted. and portion a tt
Court before be allowed. This is woods, and wildlife on more thana acre
an exemption can I south of State Road 18 and east
20
first
the
million farms and ranches Payment on per- +
your benefit. It sates you money, so take advantage diversion will be of U. S. 441. All other countiesin .
the cent of :
throughout country. acreage
of this benefit. REMEMBER you must bring made at 20 percent of the county f : the second district will be open. f

your Deed or Article of Agreement when you apply Don't lose If are support rate on the normal production I Evidence of, sex, including the I
you
for the first time. I money andhaven't of the diverted acres. On I head, must remain on all turkeys
over 65, still, working, \
I social diversion above ,the minimum i taken while in camp or forest. :
applied for secur- s
1st| is the deadline for ity benefits, write for leaflet 23ctoday1. amount,' payment will be at 50 The use of dogs while turkey
April making '
,. percent ,of the county support .hunting is prohibited.
rate. The diversion payment plus Wildlife management areas .
,application? for the Homestead Exemp- the price-support payment will l which will be ,open are Qsceola,
Now Is The Time To give farmers approximately the
% Lake Butler, and the Taylor
'tion. same payment they received for ; County portion of the Aucilla I
.,... Remodel or Repair participating in the 1961 and : management area. Camping will
1962 programs. not be permitted'on Lake Butleror N L w '' 44 2 #

:;* I 36 While participation in the 1963 Aucilla management areas, but,
E. N. McKENDREETax _
p feed grain diversion program is I will be permitted at designated !I A qM 'i iwr
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voluntary, the price-support pay- camp' sites on the Osceola: management '
Months ments and loans as well as the areas. I !
Assessor Nassau County rlf"I.
To Pay diversion payments will be; Bag limit will be, based on season tct

available only to feed grain grow- bag of three turkeys per hunter. I. c <. ert
ers who carry out the program's I If a hunter only killed two .. .t it _i j' ;l .i$ '.-h.,', .- S
Fernandina Lumber ,
provisions. I during the regular season, he will p"
A Classified Ad For Quick Results & Supply Farmers who are interested. in i have the opportunity to kill his >-. k... .',,., ,. :. "
Try 3641 "
261 "
3rd St. Phne
nnth
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the feed grain program should i third turkey during the spring .;' 'I'= J :\ H l ,- Y .!x'<.
-------- get in touch with the ASCS coun" gobbler; season. fs' : 1 ,. ,.H : \\ ,' \.
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ty office at their earliest conven- :, .: ', .
ience. Kitchen Cabinet Post > f. > : : .4.4 : rsac'
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What about a Department of }.i ., ....,. ..,.. ".< ," 1 ..: ..
Vi Million Suburban Affairs before the i '.. Y' .' "'=-:' .., .. >. ,,,,,,{:ao\. ,,""i, b, ";a" V. /..... III
Over 1
Charcoal smoke problem gets I
Completely out of control. I m HOME INTERPHONE. Talk room-to-room; answer door by phone.

Benefits! Florida Savings Chapel Hill (N. C.) Weekly]I (

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ORLANDO, FLORIDA An- ;
other significant milestone was
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passed by the 125 savings and .

.. loan associations in Florida dur- .
t ing February as the total numberof \ .' ..' e-

savings accounts holders reach- ( .; -:.. .
<: ; ed 1,508,655, passing the 1H million
mark for the first time in

WE'RE ALLMIGHTY I history.This information was released >.r.$1I\ -:
:>f
: / GLAD I by William D. "Hussey, EXPCUMve .. i -;'.
I Vice President of the Florida i,1.
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: Savings and Loan League, who \ .
., TO HAVE THE revealed that these accounts represented I
a record total of $3,929-

s I 529.000 in savings.The .
MINNESOTAFARM month of February also i
saw savings increases in these L
thrift and home ownership institutions
CLUBS I by $48,122,000 which wasa
record amount for the month
j of February.
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TRAINING Following a year in which savings _
increased by a record total ,
HERE! of $486,164,000, Mr. Hussey reported 6+
I for the first two months y. /

of 1963, savings have increased vw / ? i
by $117,349,000 which indicates ./
I that the savings and loan associations f\ ,At -- f <\
in Florida are well oil the I "j
') way"of surpassing the record increase : t;.
set in 1962.

-- As of February 28, 1963, the ;'
:> : savings and loan associations in JM' < '

,. Florida had. assets of $4,407,482- 41.
The Minnesota Twins Farm 000 and total mortgage loans J of : "
$3,605,853,000. f ,
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Clubs are a "hit" with all Fernandina INCOMPLETE LIMERICKS_' ": ',,If ',,"

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; Beach. And no wonder! They provide There named, was Daisy a young housewife,- : _" Has V-8. will really travel 4

Whose kids were just driving her

j', good clean entertainment and fun at Their crazy.shoes were brushed'.. neatly.* j ,. Just out! A hot new V-8 to add new fire to the Comet fun-and-sun line.We call it the Cyclone 260 V-8' *

They smiled oh 'so sweetly-, ?: You'll call it a pistol! It's available in any Comet-jaunty convertibles l sedans with Comet's classic

our ball park. They truly stimulate our (But looked, darn it just, the like little their rascals_oldi*: ;". roofline, station wagons racy, bucket-seat S-22's and Comet's newest the rakish Sportster hard,

man.) f i.* ,top. And Comet adds to your fun with new service-savers that\ greatly reduce operating costs for
( motels
;: : economy restaurants movies .
There is -a wise statesman namedNixon'< :brakes, .anti-freeze, oil and lubrication. No wonder Comet holds the top '63 MERCURY

; .,. shops, etc.) all realize direct results. Who cares not a whit whomhe' -.-. :resale value record in its class. Your Mercury dealer's got the Comet [_1t'. COMET

,, picks on; \you're; interested i in..and. keeps his interest in the Comet you get! .

But, alas and alack; c- >_. ; .... COMET MLT.A. MEREST...nyXjOS OF ( jH MOTC8 COMPA ... COlJWWCUiT._B.Y2CH: <
When he tries a comeback- '. ,,
KflwAraSabieOfify fCI Fa YE.US Tl'lt SYl 3n C1 ctp 1.f rsasat .
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(Some character always wants.to: '
I ... talk about P. T. boats andt* Itercaq peatm. ,
stuff). ;:" "

.. Herbert Luke. 'Q Lcrsseire Motor Company


Your' merchants' advertising news ipthis ,.
newspaper brings you :
of changes in- styles, where ,the .'if'J"::: = South Eighth Street YOUR FORD DEALER Phone 2613819I
bargains are, end whit new prci: .- I&va.aI/R. 9S !
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