Fernandina Beach news-leader
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Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: March 28, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024610
oclc - 33142109
notis - AFA6512
lccn - sn 95026706
System ID: UF00079912:00013
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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Dallas-Ft. Worth and Charlotte Clubs Set For Annual Benefit; Exhibition Game

BY CURT GORDON first club here for Spring club will be much better than the I I state playing tripIe-A] clubs. at I be in Jeftfield] Ted Uhlander in I Clark at third. Ernie Oravetz also led the league in runs-batted- Erie and Orlando. Vern Morganwill
The Dallas-Fort Worth Rang- ing, reporting on March Train-I'I Vancouver team of 'last year. ,'I DeLand and Daytona Beach this : centerfield and Joe Nossek in will be in leftfield, Carmelo Mesain in and total bases, along with ) be the manager of Bismarck-
week but will return to Fernan- rightfield.] James Donohue, Geo-i; centerfield and Ronald Flenderin being the leader in the home run Mandan, Frank Franchi will
and Charlotte Hornets will club will be in the Pacific The Charlotte Hornets opened (
ers I I dina Beach on Saturday. i rge Miller and Jerry Fosnow, rightfield. Bill Felker, William I. guide Erie and Harry Warner
battle Sunday afternoon in a Triple-A League and will be man. training sessions on March 24, I II Jack McKeon has indicated he ; three righthanders, will share the Jones and Garland Shifflett, three race.Manager Ralph] Rowe's Wilson, will be at the helm of the Orlando
benefit baseball game played annually aged by Jack McKeon who managed .,I working hard under' the watchful will open the game against Char- ( mound "work for the Rangers. righthanders, will do the pitch. North Carolina squad ,has been team.
I ] while teams are in spring Vancouver last ;ear Mc- : eye of Al Evans, former catcher :. lotte with the following lineup: (!i Hornet Manager Evans will | ing for the Hornets. working out since last Sundayand I 'The game being sponsoreS.Eere

training here, sponsored by the I Keon is pleased with the possibilities for the Washington Senators who Peter Gongola will do the catch probably go along with Chuck The Hornets are riding high on will. soon be having eXhibition Sunday between Dallas-Fert
ing, Ray Jablonski at first, Robert Weatherspoon behind the plate, the future of Albert Barth, first games with Charlotte and ]I II' Worth and Charlotte will get underway -
Lions, Rotary and Kiwanis. Clubs of the Rangers this sea. will manage the :Hornets: V this year I: Snyder op second, Marty ; Alberta Barth at first, Reginald !I baseman, who clobbered 33 home teams from Waycross.BismarckMandan j at two o'clock and should
of Fernandina Beach.,, son and stated he has some fine for Phil Howser. V I Martinez at short stop and John '!Hamilton at second, Nestor Va. runs for Rocky Mount in the I' will report; prove to be an interesting ball

Dallas-Fort Worth1';,',was the young prospers? and thinks the The Rangers have been down j V Ward at third. Joe Christian will I ilazquez at shortstop and Ronald ;i Carolina League last year. He Monday for training along with game for you fans.

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juttftmlltnSheriff ; 'gL Sheriff Arrests Four In Crackdown On

i Sale Of Alcoholic Beverages To Minors

Sheriff H. J. Youngblood cracked blood as those arrested and out warning in last week's issue by surveillance and cases WiI't'b'
H. J. Youngblood and I 1 down this week on the sale of I on $500 bond are Mrs. Marie county officials that they would made where violations occur.
County Judge J, E. (Gene) Wea alcoholic beverages 'to minors I Stratton, 'Willie Mitchell, Sammy take strong measures to halt the On Monday morning a number
therford have left no'doubt that with the arrest of four in this Mays and Jack Peflow. They will rising incidence of teen-age drink of teenagers and parents appeared
/ they are determined to halt thesajft I | area and issued a stern warning appear for a hearing before County ing. in Judge Weatherford's court
of alcoholic] beverages in this that this is just the beginning unless Judge J. E. (Gene) Weather- Youngblood] said that all placesin for a hearing an incident Saturday
count7 to minors and that w ;YP- 6 i ::1:1'c : the practice is halted.I 1 ford on April 17. the county selling alcoholic night.
will deal just as sternly*with they.l Sj I I The names released by Young- The crackdown followed a beverages will be under constant Sheriff Youngblood] said that
eniles: found drinking. It *-. the
.v : V juveniles involved had gathered
pretty sorry sight to see the embarrassment I I ; #
f V presumably a party, and

sters caused that their some parents young when ] V i iI Legion Auxiliary Selects Girl-Stater beer that had a considerable been recovered quantity from two of

they were forced to appear with 21-year-old] youths.
the offenders in court. In this
first instance the News-Leader i is I I I I | American Legion Auxiliary, 4 He said, however, that the investigation -
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made in
was this instance
by-passing the names to avoid : -. Unit No. 54, proudly presents the V V ,
I adding to this embarrassment but JV V V 1963 Girl] Stater, Miss Sue SeJ] >h, ----1 I before any drinking be-
in recurring cases of this sort I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. E. gan. Unfortunately for a numberof
I : brt the teenagers they drove
there will be no hesitation to i Selph, and alternate, Miss Evon' I; the up
at time
carry the names of the offenders.' : Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. & investigation was
Such will not be the case for I Charles Jones\ underway and they' were broughtin
I also on suspicion 'but
: were
those selling the beverage as they I :
The two young ladies have cleared of
are well aware of the law in such passed ,the qualifications requiredfor t,,. 'k ,, any
instances. V Weatherford issued a warningto
I Girl' State; 1 Leadership. i.k::
the teen-agers and their
2 Hon 3 Character. 4 par-
ents that in the future he would
The fine spring weather we are j Cooperativeness. 5 Scholar. \ prescribe maximum penalties in
enjoying makes me wonder why ship. 6 Courage. 7 Physical I: any cases of this nature and he
V people don't drop by City !I Fitness. ." ,.,
more I .. .' I advised the parents that a major
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Ball Park every day to watch ,the & I Girl State is held for, one weekin .,:......,..,:.;,. portion of the blame in such
clubs of the Minnesota in Tallahassee with all "
farm June ,
'cases rests with them and that
Twins wprk out. There's no charge ENJOYING THE FAMOUS FERNANDINA BPACH SUNSHINE as they watch expenses paid by th :local unit. Fk V j V V ; they are: also subject to heavy
training activity of the Minnesota Tjvins.farm clubs is Sherry Robertson farm
I and many of the players are potential The purpose of Girl State is io penalties.
major leaguers. Who director, and members of his staff. Stand n? are Robertson, far right, and George I provide ,citizenship training for Youngblood added that t., although

knows, you may be missing a pre Brophy, assistant director. Seated are Scouts Billy Martin, George Lacy, Packy I II:. girls of high"school age; to afford cases were not made in
view of another Harmon Kille. Rogers and Hal Keller. them an opportunity to live together this instance the offenders wouldbe
I brew, Mickey Mantle or even a i -- V i as self-governing] citizens; under observation for a two.

Ted Williams or Whitey Ford. to inform them about the duties, ,lear period and that at any time
Besides that, there's, a lot of 2593 Visit Fort' High School, ChorusTo privileges; rights and responsibilities : V r the offenses reoccurred he would

mighty fine suno be soaked up Clinch, ,During Week Present, Easter of American citizenship, Miss Sue Selph Miss Evon- JonesHistorical 1 file informations. J Jf
while watching. Game are played in'order that they may under.. ____ V __ I lie stated further that
V more
every dayffrom around 11 *m. to Gil Becker, superintendent 6f ConeerfApril\ 1 1 1Beach stand and participate in the funciturning' ... # '- warnings wHTbe'iGtr'ed'anrthat

1:"30 or1 :".hinJoJtmTsTundayaftenwon's txh'ibltfort' i '
to help them grasp the meaning find themselves in jailTo
between the, the week endin March 24, School Chorus under the direction -
game Dallast-Ff., 'Of "this figure.'J2TB' were;' visitors ,of Mrs.' Evelyn Arnold, will 'of some of the responsibilities further emphasize Youngblood's -
of the Pacific i Coast '
Worth team must assume. when Of Fort San Carlos At
which they April and Weatherford's
Meeting'i stands,
and the _Charlottt] Hor. ..on Sunday, March ,24r present 'jts annual l Easter Concert -
League become adults. i
I they the News-Leader is reprinting the
favorites of all were overnight campers during April 11 at 2 o'clock in the high
nets, perennial Proceeds the week. school auditorium Only girls who have never been Two April meeting of the .Duncan L. I laws in such cases, as follows;
the teams that trainjlere. married shall be eligible, and she (Continued on Page Twol..._
toIndividual charities There will .be no admission and I i know as much I' CJinch Historical Society of Amelia
go the public is 'cordially invited to must be a citizen of the United historical Island.] -
of the Rotary, Lions and I. i \.
Kiwanis clubs. See you there. City Commissioners attend. States. will be guest V Dr. Charles W. Arnade, professor Revival Services
I This is a nationwide programin
'er' I of history at the Universityof
V which every Department sponsors South Florida will be the first
Discuss ,
If you missed the Lions Club i LegislationWit V.V: V Lions Minstrel Girl State. There are over speaker. Begin At Assembly
minstrel Tuesday night, you miss 200 girls from Florida] yearly who i
ed what is probably the'. best of I housed and cared for by Born in Gorlitz, Germany in I
all such shows staged since 1943. WingateState Rated As Best trained are experienced American To May, 1927, he has attended universities -I Of God ChurchRevival
in the States,
The variety portion of the show .
Legion Auxiliary women. I II
tal. Representative Claude I holding A.B. and M.A. degrees services began Tuesdayand
studded with outstanding I
was ent, both local 'and out-of-town. Wingate attended last night's bimonthly Of Annual Shows I I This is the 'local unit's seventeenth To from the University of Michiganand i will continue through April

Fernandina Beach is blessed withan session of the City Commission year of sponsoring Girl a Ph.D. from the Universityof I/15 at the Assembly] of God

unusual number of fine sing. \o discuss proposed legislation JOSEPH WEATHERFORD has I The annual Lions Crub minstrel i State. i iI The Fe Florida.He I Church on South Fourteenth

ers and more events ,of this type I for the upcoming J963 ses been chosen as 'a page in the I staged Tuesday night'be- chants is widely traveled, having
should be staged to give range to I sion. Senate for the 1963 session of :I fore a large crowd at Municipal] Rev. Carmichael day morning lived in China, Italy] Switzerland,
their talents arah Hanna and I Items discussed were a referen. the Florida] Legislature. Joseph, l Auditorium, was rated as the fin. I session at the, Bolivia, Chile Argentina, Peru,
Vera. Boner,''local songstresses, I dum for the proposed natural gas son of County. Judge and Mrs.J. i est of such shows to date. nounced that i Alabama, Texas, New York,
would grace any stage. When ,I system, increasing the city's borrowing 'E. (Gene) Weatherford, will Unusually fine talent markedthe : To Lead RevivalI the City Michigan, and Iowa.
Vera joined with Bill Nichols ina power, changing charterso assume his duties Tuesday. During variety portion of the show parking Arnade has wriUen a numberof
duet the crowd clamored for as to elect a mayor, perpetual the six weeks, he will be in and the minstrel proper was filled I President R. books and monographs, over
more. The Nassau Sounds, local cemetery care and civil service for Tallahassee he will attend part- ; with laugh-provoking antics f First BaptistThe that the move 100 articles and essays in Eng
barber shop quartet, turned in city employees.] time classes to keep up his stu. 1 I and jokes, colorful costumes and after other lish, Spanish and German and has
their usual fine performance, Following discussion on natural dies. excellent singing. Rev. Paul D. Carmichael, urban trade i done approximately] 250 book reviews -

with Russell Still doing a fine gas Commissioner Ben Sorensen Eileen Mare!!, musical director, Jr., pastor of the Ancient City He cited tlje .
job as their new bass The local moved that the Commission authorize and her Orchestra provided the Baptist Church at St. Augustine. which has The second speaker will be I
ballet students were outstanding I the city attorney to draft Rotarians Hear usual superb accompaniment anda will be the evangelist revival I such a move i William M. Goza, director of the _
in their number and Jeanne Solo. a bill to be presented to Rep. number of pre-show arrange- services at the First Baptist several] i iI Florida] Historical] Society. Gozais
mon, former June Taylor dancer, Wingate and Senator Harry U of F Students ments. Church, beginning March 31 and locations I Ir a Clearwater, Florida, attorney.
I I I Also to attend, if his schedule r
furnished a terrific climax for Stratton in which it would be 'Marshall Rowland] Jacksonville continuing through April 7.f parking
the variety half of the show. Cute stated that a referendum wouldbe radio personality, did a great jobas i r Also (Continued on Page Six)
V little Mary March, daughter of taken before natural] gas is I Speak Wednesday master of ceremonies for the I 1V posed le *
the musical director of the show, authorized.The :" I
variety show and as interlocutorfor promoted i! Membership DriveIs
got things off to a good start I action was predicated on a Guest speakers Wednesday at the minstrel .t garding the I
with her dance routine. The minstrel notice, by Wingate, and Stratton I the luncheon me'tt1"of! Rotary Turning in fine performances'in 'I on Sunday.
] portion featured many excellent that they would amend a presentbill the show Underway
Club were Miss .Nancy-Nimmo, of variety were: ed a By
local singers and a few to require such referendum in I I Coral Gables and.T} omas Tart of 1: Little Miss Mary MardI of I move at the 'H'I'
from out-of-town, including Morris this city. I f Valdosta, Ga., eacjifi*sophomore Jacksonville in a dance routine. Bailey pointed i Historical
Skipper, former local resident. (Continued on Page Six) at the University ph Florida and Alston Summers of Jacksonvilleas i pects of the : GroupThe Don Whitlow of LmtoS, Jjf-
Bill Melton, director, is carrying I, member of the BlifcfKey! speak- : vocalist. I He said that i I diana, is the evangelist and will
(Continued On Page 2)) Junior Class Sets ing team. They :!t Introduced I Margie Brewton, Judy Hahn, 'be little I II I General Duncan Lament conduct services nightly at 7:30.
by Houston Sap program chair- Barbara Becton and Judy Kear of I movement I I Clinch Historical] Society's annual The young evangelist was'con-
McDonald Funeral man. : .r. I the Julanne School of the Dance at urban I membership drive is now underway verted and began preaching at
"Skinned Alive"Premiere I I Miss Nimmo gavevan TW Informative -: (Continued on Page Two) ( ) it was announced this week. the age of nine.
i thefsddg ofI I I. I Members of the society have an Mrs. Whitlow will accompany
Held Here TodayFuneral V outline on range Rep. Claude WinqateOnGoodWiliTour opportunity to learn many interesting her husband during special music
V Friday career opportunitWipand variety I facts and findings about services. They will play the elee-
of programs in tJ**)*University's ,I I Amelia Island, both past and tric guitar, organ and piano in
service was held this 13 colleges and foo scEools. i j jI I present. The this year duets, solos] and special
: Friday, March 29, at 8 p.m. in ,V To Costa Rica program arrange
afterpoon at 2 o'clock at Oxley the Fernandina Beach High I.I She brought ou1thI; : t Increasing I i Dates will include an "archaelopical ments.
Mortuary Chapel for Robert Leon I demand for librarys&ervice, stressing Dr. Hale Smith' archaeology A
School auditorium will mark an : Rep. Claude Wingate, of Fer dig" by special feature of the evangelistic
McDonald, 49, who died March :: evening of fun-filled entertain the crowded nditions and: nandina Beach, was one of a County class from Florida State services will be prayer
23 in Rock Port, Texas. Burial] the for graduate research lecturer, Dr. for the sick.
: ment as the Junior Class presents -I:' hope a group of members of the Florida ]I i University, guest Everyone. is invitedto
was in' Oakwood Cemetery at Hil "Skinned Alive". library. "The Unit fs ty of Flor- House of Representatives on a made, noted historian and authority -I attend.

liard. The cast of this hilarious comedy ida is one of 30'wiversities with good will tour of Costa Rica last Rev. Carmichael will bring his.I '; on Florida history, pos Rev E. A. Lewis is pastor of
The Rev. George Hodge, pas. will include Richard Sapp, over a million volumes, which 62 weekend.The first message Sunday evening at : the 1962-63 sible restoration of Fort San Car the church. .
for of Beaver Street Baptist Tommy Oliver, Sandra Dean, Joy years ago had only 6,000 vol : group left Friday from the 7:30 worship hour. san County $ I los, revision of WPA brochure on
Church in Jacksonville, officiated. iBeville I ,V Wayne Saunders, Ricky umes." i Miami by plane and returned J. Loyd Landrum, minister of ed by John T. : Fernandina history, and projects Art Class Series '
lie h survived by tfc parents,;(I Gentry, Carl Wolters, Judy Hahn, Other opportunities Include the !; Sunday. They visited in San Jose music at the Avondale Baptist tendent of on local history which will be announced
Mr, and Mr. Newton".YcDonald !V Margie Brewton, Kathy Rylant] J. Hillis Miller Health Center and Port Lemon, from which Church at Jacksonville, will direct follows: I: later in the year. For Children To
of Fernandina Beach; 'Jwo sons, Edward Fiveash and LaVern which was activated as a College points they were taken on guided the music. Fernandina Membership dues are $2.00 Begin April 1 1A
Wendell and Wayne both of Mock. i of Medicine in 1956 and recently tours. Thursday, May annually and those persons who
five awarded its first class Morning services will be held have not been contacted and who new series of Children' Art
Jacksonville sisters to Callahan
; Mrs. Tickets are now on sale at SOc : degrees .Both nights they were in CostaR t
Helen Davis of Folkston, Ga., for students and 75c for adults, of doctors, and WUFT the Educational ca they were guests of President Tuesday through Friday from 71 June38p.m.Hilliard wish to join the society, are ask- Classes will begin on Jlonday,
Mrs. Nita Reed of Hilliard Mrs. and be purchased from any : TV station wKich! is operated Francisco Orlich at dinner j until 7:50 ajn. and evening services ed to call Mrs. Nancy Seibert, April 1, at 3:30 P.M. in the p *-
Griffin Mrs. may i bystu'dents with, will be nightly at 7:30 p.m. j 9:30 111 North 3rd St. reation Center Art Room. This
Jane ,. Gessu French V member of the junior class or at entirely On the tour were Representatives June 4,
and Mrs. Winifred Wager, all ofFernandina the door. !I the exception i ofpersons; in executive A. R Strickland of Citrus I The nursery will be open for all1 Yulee High ;) Regular meeting date for the I series will continue for 8 weeks,
.i I .' I services.Rev. I is the second of with Mrs. Faith Britten in-
Beach. !I Avoid standing in line on opening positions, ; County Bobby Knowles of Manatee -|,, May 31, 7:30 society Monday V a*
Pallbearers were 'Wade Hodges, night. Buy your tickets now Miss Nimmo went on to explain Frank pass of Hardee, Jerry James T. Dunnam, pastor, Peck High each month. The next meetingwill structor.For .
Elmer Poppell!, J. B. Crawford, for an evening of pure enjoyment I many other, opportunities, Thomas of Palm Beach, Howell extends a cordial invitation to I June 5, 8 p.m. i be held April 8. Prospective registration or further in
Angelo Scussell, M. L. Clark and; as the junior 'class presents.-j\ student aetivitiesTTeulii' pr- Lancaster: of GQchrUt and Win the membership and to, the/'iublic, Pine Forest )members are cordially Invited to formation contact the Recreation

Kelly Wafer. 4 "Sited AUv ". ". (Coctiwed! C'li'' .,; Six) i, fate: tQ attend each lervicc.' ,:. V ; .: V.". Monday, June a tt :;d. Department or Mr. Brittoa.A .
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FERNAND1NA BEACH NEWS LEADER I r- w rth"AresT'Conthi Farm Bureau To{.L' A 1'

.. 511 ASH STftEKT; fo'. tS' 38d &S1 I Know Your Florida Laws r'if -, Meet Friday Night

A John 't. Perry' Newspaper ( ed From Page; One) I (Continued from Page One) I, A membership meeting of the RIDE ,

.. \ Rar. Caldwell, Editor and Maoat 'v a bt' Prepared Aft A Public feerrice Bjr Sec 562.11 -.:. .Selling, giving I fa a ballet) "Modernique." j i I Nassau County Farm Bureau: ,wiH
A I or: serving alcoholic ) beverages tfl I I.; Sarah k Hannah, local voice : be held March 29 at the Masonic

::: i % ['NATIONAL EDITOftlAt ; -THE FLORIDA BAR ''I minors" flr'fhibitei. teacher, in a vocal' rendition. .. Hall in Hilliard. If ycj're i former Slate! Finn!

o I (8T13N, 5 I (1) \\ "iz ''unlawfnl for any person !I. The Haihiflies, a. novelty group: I j I A covered dish supper,' will be' PC. ',..older, your membership ,
I,111r',: 1 UA The Statewide Organization of Lawyers & Judges I firm or in the case of a corpj of Jacksonville, in several numbers served 'at 7 p.m., followed l ,by the tlJ STate Farm sHI holds real
\t t 1 titHJ4'.IiI'JH. Sponsored by Nissan County Bar Association I oration, iite officers, Agents 'and j I I.i program and presentation of. vale'! for you!' It's goer key to I

ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION I 't F j employees! tfeereof, to sell, give. i The Nassau Sounds, local barber !> Safety, Project awards I; low'ufct State Farm insurance
?rg- i serve or ;permit t6 lie get ved :al* ,'I Haddock : 't i and top noted Statt Firm pro; ,
Published ever}' lliurwiay and entered at the Post Office' I, so YotntE coir that protects you if you try to I coholic 'beverages' including1 wines .Chop: quartet, of Claude_ "i, : tection. Get in t tew fi with me '
Fennndma finch TO EE A WITNESS! I avoid testifying in court when I! Mercury Kavouklis, .Ilex i, UrApoogtes'Our I '
Florida, as second class mail maiur. j I and beer, to persons finder twen- Dudley and Russell Still in a I and fiiid outlaw' ntcb you mat
:" ', ':' A Lawyer I you possess valuable evidence. tyoneyears of are or-.;to-, permit .. now Site! I'
.a ri tlon' Rats: I : jnuniber i of old' favorites.. apologies to.c siaxie"SirI : < 'f '
$t a a o"months wl23 3 Month, Cites You Pointers' a person under twenty-one :years .Bill Nichols of Jacksonville aid I'I mans and his orcli stra" In the ': I '\. t' t. I ,
atrr1JLf&* On Ho*. Te Act In Ccvrt Father E. A. Murray !jof ape to t'Cinsbr.ie laid beverages ; ad /find l. ": f i
''*ar oat county < f : Yera Boner, local songstrfc March 21 issue, in an accompanying ; .
._ <> i "': IfI tOI ,i..' f r : By Sydne'y C. Schweitzer ,. To Lead Devotions I|! on the licensed vwlaticn pink es. Anyone i,[ sahg individual! and asa team.f story; tney :VeH referred "", .;f.':,1 ames Dowers: 'i
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? provisions and1 the FourSharks ,Atlantic I .\
.... (Continued from Last Week) I At Sh Michael's i hereof shall ,be punished'1 I 'Jeanne Solomon) Jacksonville to as Maxfe < fee
'. I' rather than ,Mule and 2' L. "> "' 'honf 261.3982 ., ,
Pay Dirt /; 4. Don't be long-winded. Give i by imprisonment in the eimnty I I II |I dance instruetoiihd former mem* the' ." r' "
i no more information than is ask.. i I A Solemn Family ;Novena, in jail for. not more than six months frier i ij II f of the famous June Taylor Four Sharps. 'r;, I I I1.Tl HI.
-Editor's note: The following article is taken frcm a recent ; ed. It can't help you and may honor of Our Lady of the Miraculous -I j or b" fine of not more than five I Ii { dancers, wound Up' the variety From all reports, the error had I i STATE FARM MUTUAL !!J-'
I editftm of "Furniture Retailer," a publication prepared for hurt you, by baring new matter : Medal, will be conducted by i I hundred : dollars,. i iI show with two outstanding num no effect on the large number1who AitMwMt l IlISWWt CetItMr Irswucr.
: members! of the retail furniture industry. It was written by i cross-examination. the Reverend Father Edward A, 1I : bets. enjoyed their dace music IteM o hct Kaoisiaiton,IOiM4
for Brief, to- ta
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1 rUrnice 1'itz-Gibbon, recognized as a top retail admtising M 1 any person : it Tenacres.
expert who fumerb screed Marshall( Field and Macy's and i the-point answers have their own Murray, C, 31., priest of the Yin- to misrepresent :or' misstate In,. the minstrel, portion, black i -Saturday evening-. ,. ..}. ..,' )
was successful! admusing director of Wanamakm and :, rewards. !icentian Order, at St. Michael's I hs or het face. or ,the age of any faee entertainers, were Doug J
: GirabtU. Miss FitZ'Gibbtm has entitled her article, "How to Lawyers remember the classic I Church, Fernandina Beach, commencing : person for the purpose of J'lduc.. I f! Pecker, John McClane, Lucky ,I '
hit pay dirt in jour advertising. i story about a gateman called to : on Sunday, March 31st, hg any)} I licenses, his agents or : Simpson, Bill Thornton; Bob Tal- .I
a testify about a collision betweenA *and continuing for nine consecutive -: emeloyees; to sell, give, serve or' tont Carson IfcKendree, Morris : ; ,r"
< One of the questions that I hear over and over from J tram and an automobile. The : days, closing on Monday deliver any alcoholic( beveragesto Skipper, Mike Fiala, Bill Milton, .,
retail: store clients Is "\I her should I advertise?" It Is easy plaintiff's attorney tried vainly ''evening April 8th. These devo. a person under twenty-one Marge Rocca,"'BilKMelton, Emory f

toy* understand the ccnfusion. Today there are many more I to shake the witness' story that ions will be held each evening dears of;:asre.' Anyone convicted oft Courson, GegrgTyson and. Bob .

advertising: outlets (media) than there were, say, twenty I'he stood at the crossing, swing 'j" commencing at 7:30: p.m. a n .:, Jolatin! ( i'{'!he provision: hereof ;j t Spri ger; '"''..*' j,

years ago. In which of these myriad"media should the store ing a lantern as the train whistle I I will be over at 8 p.m. I shall be TDoniske'd by hnijrisoTirrient :. Members of ;fie minstrel chorUs ,-'!' "

owner-place the bulk of his advertising? Is there such a I sounded in the far distance. The ; Father Murray was a Missionary -,| f In'iW> 'county }jail :for not I Ii [ ,were Bob. t Adams George: s'
ateman's the I in China for ten pridf more three .months :, by|:Ivey Louis i TteeW Barrel
thing as a "best" advertising medium for a store? If so, story impressed I years i tnaij or Jimmy PLAN AHE :
I jury, who found against the injured -! to the Red, invasion. He now be- ,,Tine or* w>tv, mre1 thsn fo hun ', n, ,Newt Roberts John Barnkk.i j D"
is'it television! ? Or ? Or direct mail? Or i3
newspapers I party.. A friend later asked : longs to the Vincentian Mission .! dred fifty:ddllars I ; prov de d ir, :any Harry .Taylor, Ben Clarke, Ralph \
best:,-to place a drib here and a drab there? I him: "Bill, you didn't say whether ''Band whose headquarters are in ,, person tiHder, the age c f sften-j t Rear", ,Clayton Sanders, John Mareil .

that lantern was lit." Said the I New York City He also conducts teen yeafs ViolAt n J( said provisions ',and John Barnes.
I notice that more and more stores are leaning toward I gateman: "I wasn't asked." Missions and Retreats. I I(i shall tei'Within, the )jurisdiction : Prior to intermission L "t

the dri.b-and-drab method. They are dipping a tentative i 5. Stick to the facts. You're on The schedule of services for i of the judge of the juvenile !! Club 'President John Tiliakos FIX U? YOUR. HOME.FdR SPRING,

toe into magazines, direct mail, billboards, car cards, safe ground so long as you tell t Holy Week at St. Michael'sChurch curt, if 'any or the county judge} sued a welcome to all present and

house-to-house throwaways, sty writing, telephone solicitations I only what, you saw not what Is: i aetinsr 'as" a. jiivwle) judge; and :I|thanked all the sponsors who' contributed -, A long, hard winter and some active youngsters can

sandwich men, sound tracks that tour the town, I you think happened, or what you i 1 Maunday Thursday or Holy I. shall be,dealt with by said judjrea& to make the ''Show pos be hard'on a house. Improvements that you make now
and what have 'OU. nut is this take-off-In-all-directions else took & a juvenile delinquent according sible.
) heard someone say )f Thursday: Mass of the Blessed }. : will not only preserve the values In your property but I
advertising (cr what might be called "buckshot" advertisIng place. The latter form of testimony Sacrament 'at 5:30 p.m. and immediately to hw; t tI Minstrel director Bill Melton 13 acid to your comfort during,the warm, ;, weather. that
) wise? Will it bring in a wallcping profit? I think I is not objectionable as I following, the Mass I See 562,111 Possession of. taking the show to Macelenny on lies ahead. '.' .

not. Nor wculd I suggest that advertising monies be channeled f hearsay, but makes you highly Adoration by the men of the parish ] hibited. }beverages by minofs proJ J Friday night for a showing, in, ", I

into television. Televisitn commercials sell by irritation .' vulnerable in the hands of a skill I who will keep an allnightvigil It i3 't.unlawful for ,that ,city. Check this list. Then let us help with the financing; ,at
an" I' ed cross-examiner. Don't be flippant before the Blessed Sacra-1 any person r sensible rates.' -' ". '. h ',. ::' h'
net invitation. They are an intrusion, out- I under the;aJre.of. twenty-one re?ts' ,
Leave and wisecracksto .
puns ment The Catholic ladies of the : :
ra&eoUs interruption in the entertainment which i is the : to have in hii or het possession. i! .. .
the storytellers Never forget 1 parish take over: at 7 a.m. I I .... : .. '
alcoholic beverages.
I primary business of TV. They are the penalty one pays that your examiner is in control. GOd Friday Mass of'the Pre ; t PON1 aiP11out Roofing Wiring :.1' ," Plastering Extra RocmT Cement Wore f (
fi to. see Lcretta Young walk through the doer or Ben Casey 6. Refuse to be shamed I br sanctified and Veneration of the- L '- Ii i I Plumbing Painting ,- :. Heating landscaping 'I Insulation "

turn his sweet-sour charms on the patients. shouted into an answer you never i Cross at 5:30: p.m. 1 II MercbnntsGroup ; ..\ .
Intended to giveIt's as danger- "
What about direct mail? Of course, I don't think I bus to glibly guess that a cornerIs Easter Vigil on Holy Saturday: I f' r : \
arty great harm Is done by an occasional direct mail piece : the "northeast" one, as it is to At 8:00: p.m. and Mass of the ,(Continued' from Page One

(to> use up the weight allowance in the charge ,envelope), let the other lawyer put the answer Vigil. The ,directors present- voted to
mouth. All are invited by Father WilLiam assist financially with the 'annual 1 I
Bat I do not think that a personal letter establishes any into your j
t rapport between the store president and the customer. I Seventh or Eighth Avenues? J. Holmes to attend these dinner for \he baseball personnel ,II Ie I
is thrilled to death to receive Mary Williams was positive an exercises of devotion.Fellowship I here for{.spring; training and thej':i! L
d<) tfqt believe that a customer FLORIDAUK N.ationaf nk
and her accident happened on Eighth also wed on record as favoring t i ... PUT IT OUT ,
with her '
an envelope very own name very
Later when the ; binner the staging; 'of the annual Fiesta. : ..,
Avenue. -k
believe that she is flattered on cross- I W H-M / eiiM IeatuIOw
/ own address on it. I do not examiner casually asked: her (The action en the Fiesta camej; y ii't at Femandlna BeachaJ
aitf fluttered with this "me antf 1 Vou stuff" the big store "Now, Miss Williams, will you For 5th Sunday Set i after it. was s' brought out that no, f'' 'Y ,

president talking to little me arid chatting things over jut please tell, this jury on which side At Hedges Baptist I plans have Been formulated as,;'

like! old. friends of Seventh Atenue the cars collided I yet for this year's. event). : Q r o i I IR' M twn,'(pur.. "psr.,. r $u/1I11cl/ .ap(*AT1r'
the "North A Fifth Sunday Fellowship
Then where should a store place the bulk pf its advertising side," missing his substitution )Dinner will be held at Hedges Classifieds' Pay Off | Use Ash Tray!

money? The answer is newspapers The new avenues. It was too late to explain |i Baptist Church (old church) on I your .,-_ .. __ ._ n
pJper: is the only constant medium that will bring daily traf-. t No amount of later explanation t i Sunday, March 31. I -
i fie and sales to a store. Did you know that (according to I could fully remove the I Dinner will be served 'at one I -- .( .

a recent survey) 99,000,000 people read a newspaper on. an [doubt thrown on her testimony : o'clock, followed by special sing-

average weekday And that 79 per cent. of them said they 7. Never hesitate to admit 1 ing.Rev.

would feel lost without it? And did you know that a woman's frankly you don't remember certain Hugh Eberhart, pastor, ASK US HOW TO GET THIS FAMOUS I
number reason fcr bu)'iig,g the paper is tQ read the physical facts such as measurements j I extends a cordial welcome to

ads! J3o it's foolish: for a store to dissipate i its budget and distances and colors. !'I everyone to attend and enjoy lhe'fiPe a
'Do mean to say, Mr. Jones, I food and a wonderful day of I
tlrfftie' its selling message by spending a1'preeeiable'sum' you Christian 'sWATER 1 1t
hat you, don't remember the colorf I i fellowship. $79'5 AUTOMATIC[ t
iij i ether frail ahd (to a retail store) feeble areas. I belie the defendant's car? Is that

tlmt- when you run ah ad in the papery; you don't have tc that you want this jury to underhand ':

call in the figure boys tc make penetration study am : ?" Even if the lawyer ; Just Ramblin'Continued ONLY j ji95

reader -analysis to find out if s out' stuff sold. You jon ounds incredulous, don't weaken'our HEATERSuburban ,
( from Page One)
wall\\ know by looking! at your cash register. Here is why..<. testimony by hazarding a ,

1 ness! the show to Macelenny Friday .
I I Mice) knew an old Scotsman, and when he wanted, t. A common variation of the night and the people of that cit ", -

prove that Vmethinc; was positively, absolutely indubitably ame; question is one like this, are assured an evening df real Y '$' '

\titbout-a=sh8do\\-of-a-dou true, he would crown hi sked in a .belligerent tone: "Do good entertainment I ,ftiiill : I

?rgumehts with. "And I saw it in the newspaper. Wad Jrt :ou want us to believe, Mr. Jones, b ,

d{ny pr-r-r-rind' \ 5at you remember the distance The new city marina is havingthe
f the cars from the corner at finishing} tcoches put on, and, '
funny thing but most people feel the same way ne time of the collision, yet you paving and landscaping will bg, tj 1
Tfiey believe a thing- the Ito pel truth if they read it ii' 'an't tell us their speed!" Don'te completed in the near future. t 1t

the, paper. Mind yon, I'm hot saying a' thing is true be afraid to say quietly: "Cor And V mighty pretty sight j jt. ,': %* 4 t

qto use.. ti 's printed in a new paper'. I'm snying ,that its east, rect." made hit night with a plash 80 jfr K.e# ,
believe that: it's true. It seems to be true. This "willing 8. Never, never sound memorize a! foot yacht tied up on the outside
for two reasons
tory and three smaller but
belie 'e" off the advertising. That men I asI
jifrft to > on ?first, it will sound too pat; sec- plush, yachts berthed in slips on
tint: half your selling job i h done already. end the moment a slight dent is the inside. As the winter sea#tm I .

node, the whole structure will nears Hi end in South Florida
But, you may say, a newspaper 1 is sh rt-lived. tfobdy hrlfheir ;
'ollapse. heal
and the pleasure craft
wants to read yesterday's That's trueTwlay'a
newspaper. 9. Beware of questions that Northern homes, there will
masterpiece wraps tomorrow's fish: That's good eek to force a "yes" or "no" an- be more and more stopping by for xP'1"? + ."1' 4 4a

Nothing could be better.: The paper's being so very dead uver. An X-ray expert was ask- overnight berths and supplies.' GAS SERVICE .

when it's dead I is d reasonable result of intense vitality ancFfehness ?d: "Have: you ever seen a fracture -b.fy .>.-*"-. ; .: ; .' a 1
l+ when it's alive. Only something( ,very new caret in an X-ray just like this The Ides of March, which took: -. v v I

8 so very old so quickly.I Other media which theoretic' one?" He had diagnosed hund- their toll of Caesar and in more

ally die more slowly, never have that hot-off-the-press reds of fractures but precisely recent years took their toll of T 3Tt
like this one? He tried to ex- pocketbooks of of income call for
a veness. Besides, jsn't that what your store is selling payers ?; ,
hot off the aliveness? In fashion. In hom9 furn pla 1). tax, until the deadline was shift
i -press
the :
question yes
"Answer ed to April, have really plagued /
hings? Or in whatever happen to sell. And isn't
\ you details:
or nd? pressed the crossexaminer. Lt. Col.: Eber, Philips. Eber re- ; :' ,
the eternal of the customer "But what have got : "
cry you turned from St. Luke's Hospital, .,
today! ?" Newspapers shout back the answer. Newspapershave "But I can't, in just that form," where he underwent a spinal operation -I' '. .

"urgencj" In every page. They have a kind of we've- the witness said. The judge supported that required ten days ; H3
iMt-b better et kind i of the witness, and directedhe convalecence there. Upon his I M f
L: -you'd- -? -right-over-sere appea' return __.. n .", ; ,
be reworded. So remember ;
question home immediately contracted -
thatmoves merchandise fast. Television has of )
none .
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asked I u if ,<* ,"j j
you're of all thins the yo '
this. And, incidentally, did frnu ever try clipp'ng a televi- mumps. I : { ,:' "'. '.{ e 1 ..
sijm i program off the screen In order tc read it again the luestlon that you can't honest111 Those interested in the newlv # : 4. :.. ",
I "nonsay "
"yes" or TTI\c\Tr ; J : .
answer by a mere t formed offshore fishing club will I: !
next day? So make pitch through the and'
your it
papers II so-, and ask that be reword be doubly anxious for Eber to recover II t /
witch business boom. r: f, '
ed. t since he is one of the moving -I ft : r.,4. f',
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aboVe all else, take pains to lisi for the formation of an t _

fcv DOES YOUR INSURANCE i ten attentively to each question, artificial offshore fishing reef. It Itt{:;:r' '
I Never forget that the aim of the has been hoped by the group that
PROGRAM 1 INCLUDEal Toss-examiner is to question I II "lj, \k
I| the reef could be ready for the -1; :s j x4. 1r i
,_, G-'o: ENOUGH FOR AN i'your testimony before the jury. I coming fishing season since it is i .I ;; '''t' ., .
I H.;! J !' APPROPltlATSMEMORIAL The most innocently worded question -. hire to attract a Iargenumber of"foreign" : !JiJ I. -

01. mat be laden with dynamite. I fishermen to our waters.I : ItbJli: !
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Such Question :
a R ,
) Our Low Down r ,.mrr.t. Easy Term I 'A woman testified! In one suit No one has come' forward yet I -

*Insured Balance-Plan Was Designed To Assist You and Your about the events preceding the Ir to head up a city-wide clean-up I I I "... ,
Familj. '! collision of two automobiles. Her campaign. A thought in tonne' .. a ( ,
roxTAfT' rs FOR DETAILS story held up under long cross- I tion with such a drive is that a I II' t"t"t :
examination until she was asked: little effort now might result inj I limited time only ,
I "You're sure you heard the '.I' quite a few less mosquitoes for f : JOIN WOOD Hotel S830v T !,
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flax M> FF.B1.1\DIVA.pF.Afll c., IV ,
Intranu Rep. crash?" She nodded firmly. 1 J Ji Doe Wolff and his crews to batI I 4- t' *SW 3j&* .

-- .- --- ._ :i certainly did." The examiner then : tie this summer. Trash, empty t S :
i asked f quietly: "And you're also,, I cans and the like furnish ideal J SUBURBAN PROFANE
sure it was this trash that first breeding places for the pesky!!

KINGSBERRY HOME drew your attention to these ve- j "critters". I IM I ::.6USS-UKB GAS
>hides?" 'f I iI SERVICE

Her answer came quickly and Here's good of the ** fd
BEDROOM a example
'unthinkingly "Of course." This! I American way of sound economy. 1 I r e INSULATED FM 7 South 7th Phone 2GI-3GGI} : 1

Just Outside City Limits 'was enough to nuke a gap in the j Last faD the United States was ,| I ;t' ',' s

plaintiffs case, as the lawyer dickering to buy a chalet in Gen- :10 YEAR WAIWHTY _.
$350 DOWN APPROXIMATELY $39 MO. was able to make it appear that j eva, Switzerland, to house the .,t" ,, i '.. ,'
:. BEAUTIFUL LOCATION / everything preceding the collusion -i American embassy there. The deal -. Suburban ,, ir !t!'

was born of her imagination I fell through when it was determined ) \ Propan j jY ,"', J }
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suggestion. that
or f it would be too expen t- 11
PAUL C. BURNS In conclusion let repeat. i sive. More -- _,
me J recently the chalet : s :
319 So. 1110 court system can work without : was purchasd by India, which : ::: : : : :,i i
; .. 8th Street Phone 261-3606 I witnesses. You are simply country has received more than ,: L.: ; : ... ....- ; : r
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weakening a of justicelIII'IuIli.li.i fL6 billion t,1' ; : .
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.. ..... News-Leader, Fernandina Beach,''Florida Thursday, :liarc1i28: 1963 Page Three
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Missionary 'SpeaKs Mrs. T. W. Oliver \ I Fredrick Anderson"i

At March Meeting Elected PresidentOf The 'i Gets 1 1st Class Rank

Alpha Delta KappaAlpha Camellia Club I En Army PromotionArmy

Delta Kappa held its The \Camellia Garden Club metMonday Wr Private Fredrick Anderson

regular monthly meeting on March 18, at the homeof t Garden Basket I has recently been promoted
: lIe is
to Private First Class.
March 19 at the home of Mrs. Mrs. G. H. Waas, Jr., with 1 ,
Rubye Hollingsworth.. Mrs. R. J. Breslin and Mrs. Robert I b BY JANE SCOFIELDEach stationed at Ft. Benning
Bryce serving as cohostesses. Ffc Anderson has. been with
Mrs,. Ruth Edenfield vicepresident
There were fourteen members I the Army for eight months and is
presided at the business I year when 'spring bursts Plants can be.put out in late fallo presently with the 11th Air Assault

meeting in the absence bf the presentMrs. ?orth in its glory of azaleas, dogwood bloom in very early spring. Division. He is the son of

president Mrs. Thelma Godfrey. Frank Hawks, president, spiraea, wisteria, and other Setter still one can plant the 1Ir.' and Mrs. Ira Anderson and

A nominating committee of Mrs. opened with the club prayer and charmers, we thread back and seed in October for spring bloom. resides at North 14th Street with

Zola Epting of Hilliard,as chairman called for reports on various com \% orth through the streets to find The advantage of planting the I his wife Joan.

Mrs. Sidney Smith of .'er- mittees. The nominating committee material for this column and each seed is that you can plant by -- --- -------;

nandina Beach and Mrs. Jeanette presented a slate of officersfor rear we are convinced that flower color. A year or so ago with a

of Callahan cochairmen the coming year. They are, __ lovers must go and see for them. little shopping one could buy I
Wingate as ,
was chosen to elect new of-I Mrs. T. W. Oliver, president; Mrs.D. selves. It should be an evaluating stock plants by color, but tlu:> "SEE C. Bt .
A. Theobald, vice-president
f icef s for the coming year. ; I I 7\ \ trip one that can lead you to deride season the nurserymen seemed
Mrs. L. E. Sellers, secretary; Mrs. I > what you would like for your only able to provide plants in mix

Following the meeting David R. J. Breslin treasurer who j .. '\;:;(.......... own grounds and what mistakesyou ture. It is probably a little more 'Pate' INGRAM"FOR
Rus)efl, a missionary in South i were elected unanimously.The I :: >h. : I
I wish to avoid. trouble for the plant growers, bit:
America for four showed <
slide and years interestingtalk program, "My Favorite j Our town is a riot of color this if gardeners keep asking fo:

his gave a very there. Arrangement", was presented by I .. week and it is wonderful to see stock plants in separate color Real Estate
on experiences Mrs. E. C. Burgess, Jr. and Mrs. I it after the miserable winter we they will eventually appear or Life Insurance .

Refreshments were served 'by the Breslin. Each member brought an \ have experienced, but at this time the market.
hostess Mrs. Hollingsworth and i "< Retirement Income
and discussed '"
arrangement whyit
too, gardeners should be thinking Last week we mentioned that
co-hostesses, Mrs. Pauline Stewart was their favorite. A conteston how better distributethis Health & Accident
they can there white
was a variety 03
Mrs. Mary Libby Mrs. Willie I
Rights and Wrongs was enjoyed -
wealth of color to male it
Ina Harper and Mrs.. Edenfield. by all, with the prize, a small I even more beautiful. All azalea Judas Tree. This week we notifr I Hospitalization
a small in bloom! at the Major Medical
dainty arrangement, going to hues are beautiful in themselvesbut one oj I
Local Students OnDean's Mrs. Oliver. Mrs. H. L. Baughman I many of them when put in treme northeast corner of the Disability Monthly Income

and Mrs. H. J. Allison, Jr. close to others have grounds of the Y. E. Hall residence .
List At won the door prizes which were ADDING TO. TH, GLAMOUR of the spring setting at the Hospital Auxiliary's an- their proximity drained from them L'. L. BOHANNON

Florida State colorful potted plants. \ nual Hats-Off Luncheon and Fashion Show, were winners of the hats at the past three and some beauty of them actually look on Atlantic Avenoe. It k .
hat shows their selected bonnets from left Charles a vigorous sturdy specimen with INSURANCE
Delicious refreshments were wearing Mrs. Tomlinson, Mrs. dirty and muddy. Now duringthe I

Nanlcd. to the Dean's List at served by the hostesses during Harry Poole..,. .and Mrs. C. P. Adams., Sr. _'Photo by Tom Davis blooming season is when quite large blossoms and one day Phone 261.5269
hour.Presbyterian. .---...- --- I
Florida State University for the the social these mistakes in planting fairly should be a very lovely tree.

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first trimester Shirley .1 1 -
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THE TREE IS NOT SO scream at us, but fortunately we .- --- -. -. --
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Marie Shave of Callahan, and WomenTo Jacksonville Sunshine Girls Present STRAIGHTThe can also remedy the matter at

Mrs. Linda Ruth'? Edenfield this time. Azalea roots shal-
are II.UI
Greene, Miss Nancy Lee Jones Meet April 1 11 tree is not so straightAs low and compact rather than : Custom Made

and Miss Louise F. Montgomery With Mrs. SchrantzThe Demonstrations For Pythian Sisters once, it grew. spreading which makes the plant '" '

I of Fernandina Beach.:: The wild stormwinds very easy to transplant, the moreso Slip Covers Drapes

*.' Women of First Presby- The highlight of the regular Have torn it's lofty crown. because, we usually grow themin I e FIXKST MATERIALS
Mrs. Rose Reppentine has -returned terian Church will meet Thursday, meeting of the Pythian Sisters of It's gnarled branches, beds rich in organic matter

to her home in Tonawanda April 11, at the home of Mrs.. Albert Fernandina Temple 7, held Mon PersonalsPvt. That were so nobly strong, and heavily mulched. Given plen-I : t GIHKANTEEDWORKMANSHIP

New York after spending two Schrantz on Ilan Circle. day evening was the visit of the Are old and weary, now. ty of water, they don't seem to
months with her daughter Mrs. The meeting will begin at 10:00: I Sunshine Girls of Jacksonville The proud column of it's trunk; mind being moved even while in I *S* FHEE ESTIMATES

Elbert Smith, and family in I I a.m. and all members are urged who presented a remarkable dem- Jackie Reynolds of Ft. That, in the springtime of it's bloom. It is good to buy azaleas

Yulee. to attend. j onstration of marching.The Detrick returned Saturday after youth when you can see the color of the : Jerry Draperies

I council's Royal Advisor visiting a week with his parents, Stood so tall and straight, bloom for 'few of us can readily

F I Mrs. Myrtle Spell assisted by Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Reynolds, And aspired to pierce the clouds, I visualize an off-color by name. t & Slip Covers

1 YOU WIPE AWAY CRACKSFOREVER Mrs. Thelma Gailbreath, gave an and brother-in-law and sister, And be absolved forever, : Using azaleas as a foundation ..Li..z _s1-.jai 1120 South 8th St.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Miller. From the'dull prosaic earth II brick house
informative talk on the purpose ; planting against a ,
II and goal of these girls, who range. Has naught but scars I can be quite a problem in color !
Miss Peggy Malone student at J
WITH in ages from 9 to 15. Maryville\ College in, Tenn., is To speak to the indifferent passerby I I and often takes actual experi II 1 1fA

I In addition to their excellent visiting during the spring holiday menting. TRUCK LOADS
Of it's heroic past. :
ar THE I II marching performance the Sun with her parents Mr. and The leaves With the azalea the entire bush
I shine Girls demonstrated their Mrs. J. L. Malone. Miss Malone once green becomes a sheet of color and us-

AND opening and closing ceremony.In brought as her guest Bill Schel- Are yellowed ually additional green is most i iI
With the
jaundiced hue 'of age; One WASHER
welcome background.
as a
CLASS FABRIC I II attendance with the regular ville.linger, also a student at Mary And wait as do we all, may have to experiment when
membership was a large
t Just Wipe On, Apply I The final call adding white to the azalea bor-
Fabric, and Coat! I visitors who were present to To fall '. I Models To
: see what can be accomplished by Ernest Barlow, student at the der. Those yards where there are
S Cures Cracks I visited And rest forever, dogwoods and azaleas are lovely, :
of /
this group and to create an in- University Chattanooga In the blessed of .. Choose From T-
k ), Saves Window Sills terest in organizing a council in last weekend with Mr. and : Which arms 'sleep as are gardens which have dwarf i
c call death.
Waterproofs Joints Fernandina Beach. Mrs. Lewis 0. Carpenter. I men varieties as well as indica azal Including Gk'sNew ;

Stops Paint Problems J be- eas. The different form of the 1 Mini-Wash
} Any girl ot'good character
0 who claim dominion
I. Miss Myrtice Carpenter, teach. may we, white blends well too.
i 2 SAVES TIME tween the ages of 10 and 20, is er at LaGrange College, visited Over all nature, 0 Mini-Basket Washes Delicate
eligible and if interested is askedto I It really takes a lot of plan-
.: f SAVES MONEY last weekend with her parents Never become, instead her minions I
and lot of restraint to Loads LeftoverLoads \
member of the a
contact Py
any I
CLEAN AND EASY TO USEI Mr. and Mrs. Lewis 0. Carpenter. ,
; I '
achieve bloom in even a Has Its Own \ I.
orderly .
thian Sisters. ; ,
And like fate
e Miss Carpenter brought as accept a I "
Don't Ml cracks-bridge Mrs. E. R. Moore at Mary K's, her guest Miss Mary Virginia I Unto ourselves small garden. Bulb iris, much as I Wash, Rinse Speed and .
with a thin, strong Golden love them, never seem to .
) Rizer at the
{rs. Myrtle Control System and
patch of Tutf.Kote and glass Clark, also a teacher 'at LaGrange May we not be content ;
5'5'x fabric.I Invisible when Isle Motel Mrs. Bertha Robinsonat .' With the, "Loaves and fishes", bloom according to timing for us. Its Own Little Water ,
painted. r the Upper Deck Motel, 'or Mrs. *,:. 2 Which nature has, to. offer We study varieties and time of I .'
J-\ .* I e I bloom in the fall and vainly
;Josephine'Gobrsby i1T'gtad'ti, PfrFreddfeAndersotf returned hope ALt1H1S
And become a godless rabble ;
for little'coordination of bloomin i IN ADDITION TO BIG 12 LB.
answer any inquiries. Sunday"io Ft. Benning; where he Such as ,the teeming. hordes of a
is presently stationed with the other lands.: spring. The different shades of WASH CYCLE ;
FIVE POINTS PHONE 261-3086 U. S. Army after spending the blue seem to insist on bloomingat $259.95 w.t.
I.oral) 4-H Girls I May we not become lost Model WA852
different times, and the yel-
weekend with his wife Mrs. Joan In the wilderness of desires ____ .
__ _- f ,i,. __ -----5------- Hold Annual Dress Anderson. ; lows that are to bloom with the -
Replete with nature's bounty, FILTER-FLO WASHERTl2
Lb Capacity
i bronzes don't wait for them. !
Revue March 21 Miss Helen McMonogle, student Yet, starvingFor Probably the only answer is to Wash and Rinse Temperature :
that of the'soul
/b. at LaGrange College, spent the manna group them by varieties. Control Safety Lid Switch, C090 (
{EASTER PREVIEWS The 4-lf Girls Club of Fernan- A sense of our own worth, W t ;
with her
spring holidays visiting *P"7.7J .
Stock is. of the loveliest "Dependo Mech" Transmission
iina Beach held its annual Dress mother Mrs. Irene And the esteem of our contem- one ,
I McMonogle.Mr.
BY Revue Thursday, March 21, at the poraries spring flowering annuals that we Porcelain Top and Tubs. ._. Model \\'.A650 :,
Junior High School Auditorium.A and Mrs. John Pappas and Which is the only patent of have and it stands the cold well. -- -
number of lovely dresses, ; sons Pete and Ted Pappas, of nobility FILTERTFLO WASHER Model WA5CH I

aprons and a pre-school age Rock Hill, S. C., formerly of Fer Which will endure; -

SHOES'ilqj child's dress were exhibited by nandina Beach, spent the weekend And which is won, come a burden; ,. Hot and Warm Temperature $209.95 w.t. :

the girls. Judges were Mrs.:J. B. with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Only by unselfish devotionTo And like Samson of old, -. -. .
-- --- -
Newsome and Mrs. C. M. Lovell. W. H. Burbank Sr., at their the common good. Pull down the pillars of the PROMOTIONAL MODELAUTOMATIC !
Blue ribbon awards were pre. home on South Fletcher Ave., May we never attain the satietyof templeOf

if. ; sented to, Glenda King for a and his father, P. 1... Pappas. our senses \V A500
v % dress; Karen Peplow for a green ,They returned home Monday. And life, no longer sweet, be- In our despair.world; and die $1 58.00 w.t.CLOS .-

4-H apron; Linda Thrift for apreschool our .
Miss Gina Francescon, Mrs. Herbert Luke -- --- --
dress; and Mary Jane
UI! Cooper Mrs. Ann Sturmer, :
rJr. Gaskins for an apron. OUI-
.J Red ribbon winners were Mary Miss Jane Reynolds and Miss Kay Stork Club -

Jane Gaskins for a two-piece Johnson of Miami Beach, spent BARGAINS YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO
the weekend with the Tatter'sparents
dress; Linda Reese for a 4-H Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne Crisp
and Linda Thrift for
apron are happy to announce the birth
Johnson after attending the
an apron. I of a daughter, March 27 at Hum- I
State Teachers Convention in
Stouffer demonstrates I T.YsPRICED
Janie phreys Memorial Hospital The
Jacksonville Friday. I
how to make yarn dolls and Karen I little lady weighed 6 lbs. 4 ozs.

Peplow demonstrated how she Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ferreira returned and has been named Stacey Fou- TO SELL:
made a pajama pillow from the i Sunday from Miami die Mrs. Crisp is the former Miss I

: E pattern she had received at the Beach,. where they attended the Shiela Gayle Sheffield, daughterof One 1962 Model! Others 1963
February meeting, both of which annual convention of the Florida Mr and Mrs. Shiell Sheffield. -- --- _- [ .
r I 4 proved to be most.i.i interesting. I Bankers Association at the Fon- Paternal grandparents are Mr .
Toddlers through Teens will It was announced that the girls tainebleau Hotel and Mrs. John Kyle Crisp of Appliance Sales & Service

will participate in the County Yulee. Maternal great grandmother -

delight at the many smart new Dress Revue to be held in Calla Mrs. Charles Edwards and is Mrs. Sadie' Sheffield.Mr. 113 Atlantic Ave. Ph. 261-5fi01' '
han In April.M'rs. daughter, Cheryl, and Mrs. Ray- .
w styles for boys and girls this mond Haddock spent the weekendin and Mrs. Gary Haddockare .___ v _.

leads Baxley Ga. where they visited receiving congratulations on
season designed with an eye Brazell the birth of Louis Markham -
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Harper.Mr. a son, -

\ for the Easter Parade. And Proaram For WMS March 25 at Humphreys
and Mrs. Cecil Haddockand

Acrobat's Living Meeting March 20 daughters, Brenda and Dawn, dock Memorial weighed Hospital 7 Ibs.Master 2 ozs. Had-Mrs: New Concept in CREATIVE KITCHENS.

** of Pennington, Ala., spent last Haddock is the former :Miss Gail
*,v Laboratory testing The Woman's Missionary Society weekend with her parents Mr. Jones daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
of Five Points Church met and Mrs. Richard Jones, and Ben Jones. Paternal grandfather Kitchen Luxury
insures continued March 20 with ten members pres- daughter, Patsy. .
is K. C. Haddock. ,

\ \ good looks as wellas ent.Mrs.. Willamenia Brazen! pro- -::::-- Byieah.l '- :

fit and chairman, presented the -
perfect gram glaucoma. One in every 40 per. :
program "Spiritual Life Develop- ', sons over the age cf 40 is esti- ,
wearability long ment" which explained how the mated. to have glaucoma. .

spiritual life of the nation mal 'I Glaucoma is a disease in which Sets A. New 1 High In ..
after Easter is over. l
the pressure within the eye is Blueprints RemodelingContraction
AlL the establish t
be strengthened by .
\ err i ii raised and vision is lost becauseof 1 Carefree Living. AU ...
ment and maintenance of family ElevationsEstimates dew
Unitsre ,
pressure damage to the optic Completely I :
tI 1, worship. Assisting Mrs. Brazen i ii i: "J nerve. The first symptoms are 1 Surfaced Inside And ? '
i were, Mrs. Marge Johnson, Mrs. changes of vision with blurring,
Pat Lyons, Mrs. Katherine Williams and colored halos seen around All Labor Out with Iligh.I'rNSee Our"
A Service of Year Doctor at Medicine lights at sure Laminate They
I Mrs. Flora Barber and Your Local Medical Soaetv and the nightGlaucoma v From
Mrs. Cleo Braddock. Florida lltdici Association.BLINDNESS usually does not Nerer :Need Painting u Hr.' ...
cause pain in its early stages. Plan ThruCompleted '...v._ ,
I Following call to prayer for the AND As the disease progresses thereis
missionaries on 'the prayer cal GLAUCOMAAuthorities a gradual loss of side vision 1)IOOnd Can Be )Pi n ot t At
endar, Mrs. Barber closed with which may not be noticed by rt 010 Job Cleaned With Only A
$699Other estimate there are the patient Yours Damp Cleth. See t'fIAs
prayer. SupervisedWork
4 at !least 10 million and possiblymore Persons over ;40 especially Predeed
y than 15 million blind persons those with suspected glaucoma with These Distinguished

Social security leaflet 23c is in the world. There are should have a tonometry test L. Kitchens Today! : .nl ha: .

Styles for you if you are 65 or over and more than three million blind in which is a simple' way of measuring I ..,.. .
..... still working. Write today and China, and another two million tension in the ere. Ophthalmologists NEVAMARKITCHENS I i !..
From $3.50 in India. The J highest blindnessrate routinely give
see if you can get some benefits. is in Africa where in some their adult patients these tests. KITCHENS: .

villages in north Ghana in, Blindness from glaucoma is fl MODERN ,.
Kenya and in the southern Sudan not preventable except through .- ,.-
People Do Read Even ; one-tenth of the people are early detection and expert treatment EQUIPMENT CO. T '
PARTIN'SATLANTIC blind. In parts of Arabia there To provide this service for : : e.4 ,
The Smallest(:Ads I f arc villages where practically more people, the Florida MtdiI I .. t.
cal Association Committee In Fernandina: Beach Phone '261-3942 .
In The News-Leader.- I everyone has poor sight on y
There are approximately Vision is promoting a long rangd
AVE. PHONE 261-4241 You Are 275,000 legally _blind persons in program to establish glaucoma In Jacksonville Phone E .J x.1712.. -
the.U. S. and about 10 per cent screening ttntus.thro., &hout the '.d. .31[:: '

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Pace Tow 11 ew3.Lead rr Pernandina each 'Florid '- Thursday,' March 28- 1963- .. _._ l'. ___ )
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formances will commence promptly an the donors. of door,prizes,and -- ... .. .,
Singing Group To t "My Fair Lady"Sets at 8:30; matinees Wednesdayand !! Gay Bonnets On Parade For souvenirs, all the auxiliary members -, l-

Present Program At Saturday at' 2:00 p.m. Spring for their splendid cooperat -; .

North l'4th I I This edition of the musical .. n, to the Candr. tripers., who )It' SCOTTSBONUS, .
Baptist Engagement'For comedy which Alan Jay lerner assisted so graciously,and every- :
and Frederick Ljewe fashionedfrom t' one that helped in so many. ways!
A hinging and their
compAnyuU, from group the State Pri ae. JacksonvilleWith Bernard Shaw's "Pygmalion" I: Hospital Auxiliary's Annual Affair; to make this "To Hat" a qt rtain.1
has been touring. the demo ment of the year. J-
Farm at Callahan, will
son pre ,
since mid Mareh 57. It
Ronald Drake its cracy of t Special thanks go to 3 i.ty i.: ]liar*
sent of music Wednesday as NOW IN STOCK
9 program was this company that recessed Highlight of the spring season ,
Allison Mrs
and commentator
Higgins ,
Henry Byrne and
:Evening,' April 3, at the in April of '60 to fly to Russia was the Humphreys Memorial .
North 14th St. Baptist Church. as its Eliza Doolittle of the National for an eight-week engagement, an, Hospital Auxiliary's annual Hats-t Clyde Russell, for- writing. the I SPECIALSPREADER..
Th$ group will be guests for I Company to Jacksonville"My for Lady"comes one epgagement which encompassed I Off Luncheon and Fashion Show, ,style commentaryThe /, .- ', I '
a a0' I
'y( .g4'
stays in' Moscow, Leningrad and ]I Y held last Thursday at the Municipal -,
the regular Wednesday evening week engagement at the Civic ? : i. '
prayer' service. The public is cordially Auditorium Theatre, beginning Kiev. 1 1I d..yz. .;.. .S'i- x 4s.i Auditorium. University of Florida Libraries
invited to attend. I Monday, April 8. Evening per.MwllAi There is ample evidence to. Luncheon was served at noon contain nearly one million OFFERHARDEEBROS
a--.. :... - -_____ I support the' belief that "My Fair,i from tables decorated with small I volumes and subscribe to '9,978 i
----- Lady" is the most popular, as j potted trees trimmed with daz .periodicals and 150 newspapers.;

WITH NEW BRUSHES! well as the most profitable, musical zling miniature, ,.hats for favors, i
show in the threatre's history. and many assorted souvenirs. Over 65? Still working! Iyen;
DISCOUNT I of The New York company closed : i Auxiliary members in their rose ., so, you may be able to get some I Ii ,
29 '62 in its seventh i color uniforms ,
1 September : fnd i social security benefits. Write I II 218 AtlanticHOOVER
We OR MORE IF YOU TRADE year at the Broadway Theatre ers in greenapd,.:white lent colorto i I for social security leaflet 23c and I II

O{ ," .' II I THOSE OLD, HARD, WORN OUT after six years at the Mark Hel ,. the occasion while serving the I find out. I T
SK ::
while its London duplication 1
linger, >"E oS S?': 'va\ :". guests. I
BRUSHES has been playine at the Drury \ Following lunch came the always I- I
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1i? :,:nk,4 A2'r :
J }
Lane, since April of 58. I I :} 'S ; 3 glamorous, and exciting ,I '
i ON A NEW ONE FROM Over 6,000,000 people. have) show (of hats* ".;The stage was
seen "My Fair Lady" in the Un- : beautifully decorated with wild : 3 UNIFORMS
FOOTER & LOVEQUiST COLOR CENTER ited States and Canada. Itt box- myrtle, branches and azaleas, and ir 1
office receipts in New York almost -
handsome arrangements of spring EVERY PROFESSION
Five Points Phone 261-3068 .
doubled the total ever achieved blossoms from.Cathy's. Flowersand .
-- by'any other stage attraction Oxley Florist, -T Also -
in :Manhattan's history. J There was a,prpfusion 'of'spring. SKIRTS SLIM JIMS SMOCKS

Thanks in part to the great as y in all the chapeaus shown, Milan .' APRONS AND CAPS .;: TJ*
vogue of the original cast album r X i..
; straws, chiffon tulle and braided I '
Ilan TheatrePhone .
"My Fair Lady's" gongs are famj j >: i;: cloches, tall, clowns, sailors, tex-.! -' '
iliar to millions. Perhaps' the PROFESSIONAL .
\ ;f tured braids, "nd"" many others, { JACKETS; ,
261-4849 D. W. Roberts, Mgr most popular among them are "I." 1 all chic styles, and in _delicate 1 1 Jt.j1. DOCTORS: BARBERS TECHNICIANS f
All ,
Could Have Danced Night !
Saturday & Sunday-Matinees At 2:30-One Show "On the Street Where You Live," I MRS, T. W OLIVER, winner of the hat of her choice, Easter colors. I : : ---' : "

"With a Little Bit of Luck""Wouldn't selected a chic chapeau of rose silk tulle adorped with Mrs. Barbara Gray, auxiliary I I Akil CHOOSE: FROM t. A'LAHGb SELE C'I'IOV.,
welcomed and
president, everyone
Friday Saturday It Be Lovely, "I've
two handsome and red
I Grown Accustomed to Her Face." pink introduced the hospital'executive, j c\\ OF MANY NEW STYLES ..

"DAMON AND PYTHIAS"GUY This may be your last chanceto board. Present for the affair, and I '
see the production! of "My\ introduced by Mrs. Gray, was MRSt HANK MILLER, Rep.
WILLIAMS DON BURNETT Fair Lady" on stage. No film Junior HighLightsBY Mrs. Edna S. Ward," a former ;
IN EASTMAN COLOR version 'will be shown for several resident and one of the founders I, ,FOR APPOINTMENT PHONE .26MU2 Aflw. 5 PM.

of the auxiliary. ,_
Also years..... JANICE gWEATT -- --- --- .
-- Models for the show were, Rita I

"THE SAVAGE 'GUNS" Hi! The Future Teachers of I benefit ball game tobe played I Tjencsh, Judy Kear, Bess hers,
America Club held a short meeting March 31 at 2 p.m. at the City Flo| Flenniken, Clarice Gregory,, CIVIC AUDITORIUM p
RICHARD BASEHART DON TAYLOR the last fifteen f.jV'il' Ball Park between the Charlotte I Ir Heulette PentoA, Margie Sapp,
minutes ol, tq. 1 I Hornets and the Fort Worth- Adeline Davis, Maria Sellers,
IN METROCOLOR AND. METROSCOPE0. V.r 5th period N last Q. .', : ,r las teams. Donations will be Dal-1 Molly Royal, Angel Davis,. Dot JACKSONVILLE
Thursday. Tht to. VI for adults and 50c, for Hill, Barbie Hawks, Chris Hall,

Sunday Monday discussion wad,' j I II I| The winners were, 1st prize Linda Allan, Barbara Jones, Betty Men,, April: thru Sat,, April l: 13 _, __
White and Aline
I on their serving ,I i Terry Rowe and Mike Jones of

40 POUNDS OF TROUBLE"TONY at the Legisla.-: 'v't Mrs.\ Webb's room; 2nd -prize Also little Misses\ Mary Fizer and : Eyes. at 8:30: Wed. ad SIt. Mj "a,;:,00 ', .
t i v e Banquet Sherry Thomas of Mrs. Fizer's Lynn Clarke '
CURTIS SUZANNE PI.FSIi6TPEPI1L vV KEEP o which will beheld 3 I room and Bailey! Waters of Mrs. The models were escorted by t ONLY CITY IN FLORIDA WHERE THIS >

SILVERS tonight ir I Hollingsworth's room. Congratulations Ben Clarke, administrator to' SPECr CULAR..MVSICAL WILL BE PRESENTED
IN EASTMAN COLOR FROM BETWEEN the junior higr: students! I, Humphreys Memorial Hospital. :

.MOVED-.....-- HIS---- cafeteria.A A patrol meeting was held Mrs. Pat Lodge made the beau S GMLEA .
-- -- -- -- poster contest, sponsored by Monday at 3rd period which concerned tiful Hat Cake,. a white sailor' RON4LD .
the Rotary, Lions and Kiwanis the taking up of dues.
I CJubs, was held for the 5th and Don't forget the ball game trimmed In pink sweetheart roses, I \- JJRAKF i1RNE :
6th grades. All who participatedmade Sunday\ afternoon. Hope to see which was won by Mrs. Mildred ? ,Esc jAUS/C.4C/ ._

posters announcing the you there! I Babb.

t PASSBOOK LOANS The new spring bonnet was r. \rJ&P ff9i.

News From won this year by, Mrs.T. W, Oli f r
ver. Winners of the past three

-, ON OUR. SAVINGS LOAN PLAN, YOU DON'T The Rec Center years hats ,for who the graciously occasion, wore were, their Mrs. i. CHUB[ VICTOR I .

Harry Poole, Mrs. Charles Tom-
I WITHDRAW FROM YOUR SAVINGS I> linson and Mrs.,C. P. Adams, Sr, ,

BY SANDY DeSANDRO Mrs. Gray, and Mrs. Ben_ Dic- '
kens, luncheon 'chairman, extend MAIL ORDERS NOW!: ,
THURSDAY, MARCH 28: Tap Dance Class in the ,Auditorium ,their thanks and appreciation to '. .
% .
'at 3:30: p.m., Julanne -- -- '- Prices MM,; fcr(Jfc r*. Eves, InSet. "' .r..ht prcfc. t4 Lot"S,! ; *, .'
Playschool in the Game Roomat Owens, Instr, ind Orch. $4.50; Bite. $3.00,,$2.00. Fri. .nd Sot.Eves.1t Arch .n< low '
9:30 a.m., Joan Bean, Instr. Pressure Creosoted $6.00; 2nd Ofeh.'$5.00; Bol .,$4.00$3.00. Wed Wflf.-ht,Oreh. anAogu. -
REPAY AT ONE TIME Ballet Class (9.11)) in the.Auditorium
$4.50 god Orch.
Adult Ceramics Class in the ; $J.50; Bale.,J.OO. $?.CO. I
,. at 4:30 p.m., Julanne Fence Posts Poles, Etc
; .' -' "; Ceramics Room at 9:30 a.m., Owens, Instr. Mail order accepted--Send check or monty order to, lax,Ciik
; .
: ... .' .<' Martha Jean Puletti, Instr. Southern Wood Auditorium Jacksonville, Florida, and endau ulj..addtued.Vwped .
Avon Sales Meeting jn the Con- Atlantic Avenue Playground, I I Co (Rf elope. Clean,tnakt urt to advise did peri&maiut
ference Room at 11:00: am. supervised play, 3:30.5:30 p.m., I your ticket it for. Mail, orders now and get best seats_ available.
Sides Baldwin, Fla. 266.4251 .
YOUR'LOAN Ballet Class ((3 &: 4 yrs.) in the Hugh Supv. j ,
YOU GET THE FULL AMOUNT OF Auditorium at 10:00: a.m., Julanne I Ceramics Class (10 'and 11)) in --" --- ------ -
Owens, Instr. the Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m.,I !

IMMEDIATELY Ballet Class ((6 yrs) in the Martha Jean Puletti, Instr. .
Auditorium at 2:30: p.m., Julanne Barbershop Quartet in the Con COMPLETE 10 PIECE SETSTAINLES

Owens, Instr. fereqee Room at 8:00: p.m.I .
WITHOUT DELAY DISCOUNT PENALTIES' OR Ballet Class ((546 yrs) in the t Tri IIi Y in the Art Room at I '
Auditorium at 3:30 p.m., Julanne tI I 7:30: p.m. $
Owens, Instr. Adult Ballet Exercise in the I ,
SERVICE CHARGES Ballet Class ((7-9)) in the Auditorium Auditorium at 8:00 p.m., Julanne. I I ---J ,
i Owens Instr, ..
at 4:30: p.m., Julanne \ '
Owens, Instr. Men and Boys' Health Club in NOTION TEEL "

1 Atlantic Avenue Playground, the Boys' Locker Room, day and GLUM?01 lbialgs

:supervised play, 3:30: 5:30 p.m., evening. CUAHSUKIST

fernandina federal Hugh Sides, Supv. WEDNESDAY,' APRIL 3: AlHUSSmQ
Savings: Senior Citizens Club: in the .

Conference Room at 7:00 ,p.m. Girl Scout Troop 108 in the
'. Cub Pack 171 in the Came Game Room at 3:00: p.m. -
II ';' Room at 715; p.m. I Atlantic Avenue Playground .' GUARANTEE I?

And loan Association Men. and Boys' Health Club in supervised play, 3:30.5:30:>> p.m., we foaruiee these stainless steel tees3i to be I I P
the' Boys' Locker Room, day and Hugh Sides, Supy. Gee from defect m catena]tad worlmanihip.Any
evening. 1 Ceramics Class ((12 and 13)) in part or parts tbenol which ue proved debctivt will Ct I
the Ceramics Room at 3:30: p.m., be cbeerfJIy replaced.
FRIDAY, MARCH 29: 'I Martha Jean Puletti, Instr. Complete 10 Pieae Set -
t I
I Enjoy A*toy can tad rich tarty et
Adult Ceramics Class in the
Sub-Teen Club in the Game '
West Bend Continental; solid stab!ui
Rdom at 7:15 p.m. I Ceramics Room at 7:30 p.m., Mar. steel cookwsn witi tri-ply ikflet(or even
tha Jean Puletti, Instr. w heating. Copper color accents muter rich
Bridal Shower jn the Conference
WHAT COULD A Water HeaterBE Room at 7:30 p.m. I Men and Boys' Health Club in i grave,, beat reatUnt cover moll.

Men and Boys' Health Club in the Boys' Locker Room, day and i A 1 or. SAUU'AM WITH covet
12 QT. fAUCf Put WRW tAvit
the Boys' Locker Room, day and evening.
Majorette Practice on the Patioat
That Literally evening. 7:00 1 1D 'awn W>JI t roust
I SATURDAY, MARCH 30: I II I Dance Beginner's Coursein
the Game Room at 8:00: p.m. _
I Teen Club in the Game Room
Costs You. Nothing! I at 7:30 p.m. :I THURSDAY, APRIL 4; COVERED UCE PAN, 4 QUART
Men and Boys' Health Club in I -- -S. COVE tZit '
the Boys Locker Room., day and I II I Playschool in the Game Roomat SAUCE PANl
evening. 9:30: ..m.. Joan Bean Instr. 2 QUART I -
I Adult Ceramics Class in the I Y rte, COVEREOt
e'o Gal. Glass Lined 10 Year Warranty MONDAY Y, APRIL 1; Ceramics Room at 9:30 a.m., Martha CE PAN _
Jean Puletti, Instr. F ; ,
Children's Art Class in the Art
Ballet Class ((3 &: 4)) in the
z.J White Gas Water HeaterYour
..u: > Room Instr at 3:30 ))JD., Faith Britton, Auditorium at 10:00 a.m., Julanne ,-

I Owens, Instr.
Atlantic Avenue Playground i Ballet Class (6 yrs.) in the j
supervised play, 3:30.5:30 '
Electric Water Heater Will Make Down Payment Pay Hugh Sides, Supv. I,Auditorium ne Owens, Instr.at 2:30 p.m.., Julann- '' Jt

ments Up To $5.00, A ,Month Can Be Made From Your SavingsOn Auditorium Teen-age at Ballet 3:30 Class pjn, Julanne In the ,I i Ballet Class ((5" 6)) in the I
Auditorium at 3:30 pjn, Julanne SVi UltAti
Owens Instr. i 1 sI'o
Owens, Instr. COVERED
Pre-teen Ballet Class in the I Ballet Class ((7-9)) in the Audi f' KAt TfCM DUTCH OVfNTrtfont

Auditorium at 4:30 p.m., Julanne! !:' torium at 4:30 pjiu, Julanne I o- REO
Spring Owens, Instr. !
Owens, Instr.
Special! Island Squares Club in the I Atlantic Avenue Playground, Jeo
Game Room at 7:30 pjn. supervised play, 3 JO 5:30 p.m.,
Jaycees in the Conference Room Hugh Sides, Supv. .
at 8:00 p.m. Men and Boys' Health Club In
Adults and Teens Ceramics the Boys' Locker Room, day and
Good Housekeeping Class In the Ceramics Room at evening. axeernu
1:30 p.m., Martha ,lean Puletti saw tarp coma sw ?"a Asa.awdrw.4urrlIwsas
Instr. FLORIDIANS JU1mbo red Jtu Frp M+adiaad Ndd redimr!. orb cowl

Men and Boys;. Health Club in for every square mile of laud in

4! Gas & Appliance Co. I I the evening.Boys' Locker Room, day and the l; O.state in 1962; up from SI la '

YULEE FLORIDAL.P "If there's anything we taa'tstand
YUI.E6 FU. Playschool in the Game Booa it's two people ,who talk .
at 930 a.m.. Joan Bean, Instr. while we're kterruptwg.; Debs r
GAS DELIVERY AND SERVICE Brownie Troop' 355 in the Game Axtell, Deposit (N. Y.) 'Cour J 118 Atlantic Avenue Phone 261-4482 '

.wont at *M ,p.au ier. 3 _
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__ ,News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday} *"March 28,. 1963 Page Five.


Civil-Defense and Health Officials come This them.Health Mobilization Training -II + ,I means tect timber plowing stand fire from lines to pro-I -, -. *

I Course was designed as a vehicle 'i i The farm forester will ......'..
Attend 3-Day State Training Course to help in the understanding' mark timber for cutting, and he TORO ; 'I
t #
of the problems and was based on I a r\ may advise securing bids from ,
___ _.J. five basic premises. These are various buyers to insure the
RV WALTER J. PRESTON, JR. Nassau County Civil Defense Director briefed as follows: I MOWERSWITH W".
getting the best
owner possible
DIRECTOR, NASSAU COUNTY and Mrs, Edna B. Preston, One Throughout history,
I I price. The farm forester may
CIVIL DEFENSE focal Civil Defense assistant war_has been and continues to be, suggest alternate forest uses to I .

March, 21 through 23,' the combined I The major health problems to man'j principal method of settling A''r (the owner, such as selling. hunting -
be faced in modern warfare are conflicting interests. War has not '1 '
efforts of Civil Defense and t I or fishing rights, or offering BUILT IN
created by the sheer volume of been successfully outlawed.
I a portion of the woodland for
Health I II
the Department of ) Education -I casualties. It is difficult: to give .Two = Modern war is' waged commercial camping. .

and Welfare, alopg with I a proper concept of the magnitude .I'I'I against the greatest potential }: :; .i The small woodland owner, es I VACUUMWe
the FJonda State Public:/ health of this particular problem. strength of a nation the civil. I i ; :
I II I pecially}) will find the farm for. ,
Service, conducted a Stateline To visualize the health problemsthat ian population. ester's skill and technical know. i Service ThemHARDEEBROS
Health Mobilization 'Training I will be created by the next I Ii I Three Modern weapons are how valuable. The forester can :
Coursq at St Petersburg Approximately i major war requires a heroic I II I i helpset up a suggested timber
250 persons from allover stretch of the imagination. Nonetheless ,cornmunities.: : xi improvement and guide
the United States receivedthe I I I a complete comprehen. pense of modern arsenals is a the landowner program to practices that :: '
training course, including Dr. I I lion of these problems is a cardinal !I direct indication of the military I i- ::<' : 3J 1 qualify for Conservation Pro : :

B. F'Woolsey, local Health Of. necessity to the preplanning necessity of* destroying 'a nation's I I Such
fiver i jTol. Walter J. Preston !I I I gram payments. payments 218 Atlantic .. .
Jr., that will enable to which 'is
us over i,,j production capacity usually help defray the initial cost of .... .
JTTT- r---------. I> located in thlckl 'populatedi x tree planting, hardwoOd'control, .

_. I i industrial centers. I C' i .fire line plowing, or pruning. I .,. .
Four This premise is more Ii i .. -
'mfic; ftlnce i>aoon! or less a conclusion based on the I f Try A Classified Ad For Quick Results .: --
first three. If the first ''three are fI -- ,- -- .-- -- ---:
fI t
logical, it becomes apparent that I I
Florida's Oldest and Most Historic I ...
civilian defense is on a par with i
military defense as far as nation THIS IS A '' MBO'' SAMPLE of -
'j an educational folder which wig be ,distributed to : !
I Fernandina ach's.Fn'orite. Meeting Place al survival is concerned : thousands of Florida families during the annual April Educational and Fund-Raising Cm MONEY

For The Finest In Beverages Five This premise 1 ''is con. sade of the American 'Cancer Society. It was previewed by .Governor Farris Bryant when .

cerned with our hope of survivalin he issued an official Proclamation declaring April as Cancer Control Month throughout.. the TO PAY'
\ Boil Shrimp Ham On RyeBarbecue the event of any future attack State. Present at the informal? ceremony were; (left to right) Governor Bryant;. Mrs. Fred

:Kosher Sandwiches upon Planning our and nation.preparation It simply for the is: W.. Kibilka, Quincy, reprinting Florida's 65,000} Crusade volunteers Mrs. H' Eugene Bas. TAXES = :
Tallahassee: represents the more than 1,300,000 cured of
Americans i
solution of anticipated health and cancer.'James'Jimmy( ) I
Kynes executive.assistant ..to ,the Governor, is the 1963 volunteer State C1 .1SadeChairmarl: -
medical problems are essential in J .
-' order for a nation to survive. a Governor. Bryant' served in the. same capacity. .in 1954.-: ;, .., .
t We provide cash for taxes of description ,
every e ;
modern fwarfare attack. \ '
The underlying objective in -federal, state.income, property, etc. What's I
@strong preparing from their trees. Mostof them,
for potential health 'and High School! &ho s : Unfortunately, are not. But-- increasing more, the money'. you need can be in your hands .
medical problems is to minimize numbers of small woodland almost as soon as'you ask for it. ,
much possible The numberof
as as
I RY SHARON COUGH l owners are working toward .
,casualties; the useless loss of ;
I more efficient production from
lives; the amount of avoidable Hi! Spring. fever_ has really hit their forest acreage. I ; CONVENIENT TERMS ,J '

SALES AND INSTALLATION. suffering ting and; the re-establishing delay in rehabilita civilian *. the students at Florida's Forest The Florida Forest Service .

F B. H. S. It
communities; and the interference farm f foreter is a specialist in I. ,\
with and the I : seems that the j timber management His job is 1 :
productivity .
PORTER & LOVEQUIST nation's ability to wage a successful .; ; idea of studying I i Output May Soon to help the timber grower, on request loans .up to $600 !
has sort of flown ,' to realize more profit frdm ,i i
Color Center war.Stressed throughout. the course k' 4 out the window,j I Reach $l' Billion pulpwood, .... saw timber, naval'

Ash St At Five Points Phrne 261.3068 were: The need for community, N b Q. but nevertheless,'. stores, and other forest products. G.A.C. FINANCE!

I' Downs Carpet Vnl par Paints Wall Paper I i group and family shelters for t the students. I Florida's forest output already Your farm forester in sizingup i

--- -- -- -- -- ---.- 4i I1 I 4:protection against fallout; the' must keep plugging I the second largest industry a particular forest tract, may I CORPORATION
: -----------1 i 1I I importance of the Medical Self. s at their in the state -*- can reach one bil- recommend measures 'against forest i AMOUNT PAYMENTS FO I
school work.
I'Help Training Program; the absolute lion dollars annually. insecfcs. and diseases which YOU GET "
Last Wednesday
2 3 4 Bedroom Masonry or Brick I i necessity of current county the students Key to doubling the present damage trees. Or, if timber stand I 515.00 S 5.06 S 5.47 S 7.55
: emergency medical plans; the revised 'I Cancer value, so important in jobs and is toil t-hih, it may be profitable i ,
had an assembly concerning 160.00 S 9,49
10.79 11.67
the of to plant additional seed 16.11
approach on part I payrolls, rests with 93,000 own. pine : <
and the' effects of
medical personnel in order to cope I smoking ers of small woodland tracts. lings. Forester may suggest culling 25.00 24.86 28.35 30.69 2.50
HOMES with the disparity between pro. I and shown lung :cancer.with demonstrations.A film. was How? By improved timber management out low quality trees, 'there 600.00 3".39 39.3" 42,66 59.35 I
fessional help and the number of I along by releasing the growth} of de
casualties the need I The program was very interesting sirable trees. 308 Atlantic Avenue
; urgent on Half of Florida's commercial .
the part of all for supply idisdp. enjoyable.Last I If the timber stand is too
Completely Finished line and control; and the revitaiization i- weekend Steve Beckett,: forest. land belongs to small}) thick, then, thinning or selective Farnondfna B4achy Florida

of the age-old Amerkan Mike Fiala, Tommy Oliver' and I woodland owners whose average I cutting[ may be in order. Timber Telephone $61-3681 .
'' Heritage the desire to live and Mr. Ray Cough attended a State'I! size holding is 100 acres. Some of too thick is not thrifty .and, 'does '
OUR PLANS OR YOURS fight back. This list is by no Student Council Convention in I the landowners and timbermen not grow 'at' the fastest or most \ Offici Hours Doily '.S; WtilnMdo'y t,Soturdiy f-TST' ':u1; .
Will Build For You On Your Land means conclusive. Daytona Beach. The group left I are already getting the maximum. I profitable rate. ALSO FIVE CONVENIENT OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE :
I This was a most informative Thursday morning and returned i production and dollar, return Good timber management often
E NO MONEY DOWN course of instruction. It brought !late Saturday afternoon. The -_ .--.--...- --.- --.--....... I, -' .
home the amount of, work that students learned a great deal and .
'I needs to be done in order to prepare -I had a lot of fun when they attended
this country for emer ent;' the Dances and a banquet
Payments $5'900 I I operations. Every one will have given. I am sure the weekend was 36 that ;
daysFords '
From to participate our community an enjoyable one, toor proved

__ ,I plan to be effective. Civil Defenseand The, Pirates ,will open the regular : __ ,, < __. :
All Ithatllomes1ltre These Featuresarid Mort'- the County ,Health. Organization baseball season this Thurs.'
1 Solid Poured Concrete Foundations with the cooperation of the day afternoon in the_CityJJall: :
County Medical Association, will Park. The boys will play Bishop
2 Hardwood'In1 Tile or Terrazo Floors prepare the additional plans that .Kenny and game time is 4:00.: total !
:3 t Furred Walls :
and will conduct the
are required The Spring : Dance held :a\t :
4, All Framing Standard 16" On Center Medical Self-Help ..Training Pro.. Friday was a real success. All ;
5 Ceramic Tile In Hath gram. Just how effective our efforts attending danced and had a:delightful .
G Heaty Duty 100 J\ IP. Electric Service will be will rest entirely time. The auditorium ',was : .

7 Tile Window Sills with the* public. decorated in yellow daisys keep : RIVERSIDE CAL MONTE CARLOJanuary PURE OIL TRIALSJanuary DAYTONA, FLA.t :
8 Factory Custom Ituilt Cabinets Watch for, an announcement. of ing Spring in the air. ..' .
;!Sr Aluminum Awning T)1)einJ) ( I the first class. Along with the plans for the d\ January 20 23 27 February 24 -.. 1 ,

10 Ilrand Name Plumbing: Fixtures coming Junlor- nior prom, .the In i total performance test of brake, The 63 Falcon V-8 Sprints made their la i competition designed to test ill Daytona 500" history was made when :
1 11 Your Choice of Interior & Exterior Colors Proclamation; Juniors have been busy workingon suspension and steering on the twistdebut with a fantastic showing in the around performance, Fords were over. '63ft Fort! blazed Into the first the
Inc Riverside sports car course, Dai 2.5CO-mfle Monte Carlo Rallye.Through all winners i m Class I and Class II in the places! Since Daytona is the toughest
12 15 Year Handed Roof STATE. OF FLORIDA the Junior Class play which Gurney drove Ford hardtop to victory Europe's worst winter weather they Pure 01 Performance Trials! at Daytona. track in the world,this was eyewitness .
r will Be presented March 29th in over 43 other stock cars. The 500-mile() placed 1st and 2nd in class.Besides this Their fora/performance design added up proof that Fflrifi total performance '
Call r/crnandina Beach 261-5801 EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT the High School Auditorium. The grind demonstrated Fords superior ...one Sprint defeated every entrant in to most total points in gas economy, design can endure the maximum in '
1 TALLAHASSEE ""Skinned stamina and road-holding. the Rallye's ju special stages. acceleration and braking event automotive punishment ,
and of the comedy is
Evenings Saturday Sunday WHEREAS, the President of name J.. .
Alive," The,curtain will be drawnat J
I the United States, by direction of 8:00 and the admissionis Ii .
DUVAL HOMES INC.. I an Act of Congress, has proclaimed : pm. --
50c for students and 75c for .' i'I'
Cancer Control ,
:387-1668 April as adults. TheN Juniors have been ,lJtt :._ ._ .
working hard and will appreciatethe j: .ill"--
npsM'nit( Commercial Industrial 1963 'has been designated -
public's' support! f.
II .
as THE YEAR OF THE 1. j.J,
: ---- --- ----+-- -- ----:- VOLUNTEER, by the American The Pirate band is also work. .1 t'(. .
ing hard 'getting ready for 'District 'frt.''A'' r Hf'' t
Cancer Society, to pay tribute to Yet .J :

the more than 65,000 men and Contest which will be heldon _..... 1"'..'.' 1: .. ;,
6th in St Augustine
women in Florida and the 2,000- April
the nation who This is always a treat for the 'l" :
: All j 000 throughout ,
To People have dedicated themselves to the band because they must playa < !

I fight against cancer, and concert, sight read music and

TJHAT HAVE PURCHASED I THE VOLUNTEER serves to em- See you next week! :; .
dedicated '
phasize how these people '
) :.... N N,. .
I have helped'to .bring pro if. ,
gress in cancer control, evidenced '
HOMES: THIS PAST YEARf : by the fact that in 1963 more y .. .
than 1,300,000 Americans are / ,

alive and well, five years after TrooperSilBee rr 1. ,... .'
attacks from cancer, while in ... .
[ you have purchased a home in Nasa 1937 the figure stood at 160,000, oeocuitxwSSOSPCRiS iIAaDTCP .
i and __. I ..-. t.
$ County and you make that home WHEREAS, cancer i is.'8 Hl1 take -- '
ing the lives of more:tha':.} 8,300 r S. b 7 ...,., .

your permanent: residence then. you are fellow WHEREAS Floridians, to, speed and the final !f_. j -- '1 3K .

I Entitled to' the benefits of Homestead victory over cancer, the, American r. ,.., .
must .. .
I Cancer Society' intensifyits
efforts to bring lifesavingfacts
Exemption. to the public, to improvethe -_= a

,. care of the cancer patient, ;
and to accelerate itlVftncer i research A
i People making application for Homestead 'extmptlon programs; 1 I Q

for the first time must bring a Deed or an ', NOW, THEREFORE I, ,:Farris -' '

Article of Agreement to show proof of ownership Bryant, by virtue of the >uthor- .. cf i
pf Property. The Deed or Article of Agreement,: ity vested in me as, Jovjftior of I ,

nut be recorded in the,office of Clerk of Circuit the State of Florid Vdo ).bereh ..

i Court before an exemption ran be allowed. This is i proclaim April, 13 >ES: : Z.i ,

your benefit.' It,saies >cni money so take advantage in CANCER Florida, CONTROtpllJWTH and urgelfcat every lI and here the 63Kz' that total of Ford'sdurability : '\ '
of this benefit. REMEMBER you must bring: citizen of our State observe this are s gave proof

S/our,Deed Article of Agreement when you apply month through increasdsupport ,
fort e .first tl+ae. of the American Cancer Society and handling! the Daytona "500:.On every busycross street-
; by learning the facts about cancer -U you 'want the brakes that won on Riverstde'isports t ? .'1'0
1st '. that are vital to personal Use safety belts! If you da You may never see a competitive auto event But car circuit Your engine will hold up better ft',built for performance'at :
Apr!]; is t: ,e deodline for makingApplication protection frojn this dweise. not have them, get them 30 mph on rain-slid! blacktop, in the closethrough years of turnpike use because it's as ...total pert: "l!

+ j the Homestead \ IN WITNESS WHEREOF, installed;if you have them, packed rush of 5 o'clock traffic, on a twisting beautifully balanced as Falcon's Monte Carlo
ExempiohYs I have hereunto set my hand
them. Safety belts mountain road the results/ to V 8's.f Q The earls i bound
.. .* and caused the Great Seal of use are important you. winning competition FORDtun .
{ { \ ,: :: the State of Florida to be affixed help prevent serious in*" ,'. D J On every slippery surface you need the kind bed great road car-and Ford is the big wmnert.! ..

: : r at Tallahassee, the Juries. of roadability that placed five Fords out front in .r>>. m stim..mwu. numi(@) 1IGt00CW llf. fAUIJI.JAlIWt.fOID.TWllJO'IU: ; :
: -wJ L :> t -l' i.'f Capitol this Oth day of 2119SAFETY3 .

:; i, ."t";::E.N:: : McKEIIDIEE'. .., _: : (.SEAL.* March') A. D. 1968.: '., Laserre.Motor ,

.. (s) Fafrts'Btfant GOVERNOR Company

; Tax.: Assessor, Nassau County ATTEST: ,-" .

.r ; ; ';. ,:. ((5)) Tom Adams ? -: .*> .. Florida Test-Drive TOTAL
in Performance Cars At Your
Thfee Ford Dealer's
.. SECRETARY. .. OF.STATE. .. -'" Today .
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f aEe Six! News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, March 28, '1963 .',, .: :' i

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I Sales Increase I Nassau DistrictI City Commissioners I tq Beach-Jacksonville readvertise. run and voted ,j I

j An application from James T f

}- : Over '62 NotedWinuDixie w.e. I Court of Honor (Continued from Page One) Carter doing business as E-Z l lt

M Pic, for a' beer and wine license
++IItas f I On the other matters it was I was passed. The license will provide \

By i Held March 21 decided that another meeting i for off-premises consumption. 1

... with Wingate would be desirable l
after have had Burns Bailey, president of the 1 1I
the Commissioners
A sales increase of 7.44 per Scout Ted Anderson lead the
time to further study the pro- I Merchant?, Association, informed ;,
ya cent during the 4-week period j
Pledge of Allegience to the Flagto
ended March 9. compared with the N posals.It the Commission that his group ;
corresponding period open the Nassau District Boy was pointed out that the I was giving $50 toward a dinner

was recorded by a Winn year-DixiE ago 4 Scout Court of Honor held March city's limitation on borrowingwas ; for ballplayers here for spring
.1 21. Following the opening I .%He noted that the
Stores, Inc., it was announced. ,archaic in that it was init- training"
March 9, sales $572,806,317 j 1'-V guests were introduced after ; iated in 1921 when the city's en- Chamber\was giving a like figure
were (
which a brief outline, and introduction and asked the
r compared with $61,327,734 last Y 1 tire budget was less than $25,000.It that City givematching.1
:wlowwi to the Nature and Gardening was suggested that the $75- unds for the annual
increase of .
an $4,560,640.For
year r '
.l/f 4 Merit badges was given 000 limit in 1921 was 3 times the event ,.
qeq r the 36-week period ended 2 by Hal Belcher and John Weis- total budget whereas today it is The ..Commission said that f

March 9, gales were $572303(317( nero % since the furnished a
\ only a little over 10 percent of City por-
compared with $533, 311, 154 an Jim Sayers the North Florida I today: budget of $739,360.The tion of the Chamber's funds the ,

,r. increase of $39,495,163 or 7.41 Council Rejfresentative to the I figure of $250,000 in bor. balance should also be furnished ;

I, percent over 1962. Nassau DisJ. fet! was introducedand rowing power was suggested pro- by that group and that they

An increase also was registered gave a nef outline of com vided the interest rate ould be would endorse such an expenditure. -

.7 7 I for the 52-week period ended ing event;:in the Council. These ; less than 6%. .

March 9, when sales totaled $811.i ,- include a v'JKloodike race the Exposition In other business the Commis-I

i 743,225 compared with $767,451- w -\it'\ tk Gator Bowl and sion rejected bids on a new pas- "Highway sign in North Haven

!' 850 I last )'ear. an increase of $44,- Summer.* aJi i, He also complimented senger bus for the FernandinaPaul I I I Conn. 'Driver who has one for

,GAYLEA BYRNE as Eliza 291,375 or 5.77 percent thf j6y5 on their fine 1 : the road has state trooper as

Doolittle plays the lead role, Winn-Dixie, which operates a work dunAg.j&ie past year and I Schrantz.The i chaser'. Harold S. May,

,. with Ronald Drake, in "}Iy number of supermarkets in the : issued apc&Hftpge; } to do even bet- i rank of First Class Scout Florence (Ala.) Herald.

Fair Lady" which ccmes to local area now has 605 retail (ter d rin1" UJtjtoming year. was presented to Scout Joe E. !I.

Jacksonville for one week's engagement stores throughout the South com- ,yN. 4cf 9C NS. Last,)?.tM, ||< the least of the i Weatherford.Merit s

at the Civic Auditor pared with 554 units a year ago. I :t: : guests prfc eias' '; Ranger Cruse Badges were presentedto
i. I
ium Theatre beginning April 8. of the Fpr44} ','Game and FreshWater John Belcher, Robert Johnson !
HAVING FUN AT PLAY-SCHOOL held eah Tuesday and Thursday morning at the GROTONESPREADER
Fsi)ftpoWiission.\ Ranger John P. Allen, Ted Anderson,
Now Is The Time To I Historical! SocietyContinued Recreation Center under the direction of Joan Bean, are, Helen Gray, Nickie Jorishie, Cruse gavef&rfef "account of the David Rodeffer David Walters,

David Bean, Pam Brown, Barbie Jones, Stephen Bean, Laurie Jones, Ginny Hanna, i programs fip ored by the Com- Joe Weatherford Danny Fulwood, :

Remodel or Repair ( from Page: One) Mary Fizer, Claire Taylor, Clay Talton, ant Tommy Merzejev\ski. In center are, ', mission.. ;|nt* operation with the Lee Godwin, Larry Lannon, Mich f .

Danny DeSandro and Dianna Powell. Not present for the picture, Gail Hardaker, Boy ScoTj /America, utilizingthe ael Leary Patrick Leary and t
permits, is Jim Sumpter direc- I Merit 1' Badge and '
Lynn Clarke and Robin Solomon. Ricky Oliver.
36 tor of tourism for the Florida Development -I conservation projects toward Troop 191 won the Attendance
Commission. Sumpter awards of Ranger, Chief Ranger, Trophy with 87% of the registered $24.95
_= i is well known here for his workin "and Florida Conservationist. The
MonthsTo FLORIDA 1 101 YEARS AGO present.
promoting the Florida Marine Veterans EligibleFor object of this program is to interest The Rotating Trophy for Ad-

Pay Welcome Station. I March 26 The Confederate idle of prime necessity in surgeryis '' the Scouts. in the Recreational vancement was won this month
I I 50
Prime purpose of the meeting Congress has today passed the made at $.1.00 per pound the and Wildlife ,resources of by Troop 171.

Fernandina. Lumber which is slated for Monday, I' National Impressment Act. Confederate j I market price being $20.00. 'Sweet Florida. Scout Patrick Leary has The next Court of Honor was I PELLETS

& Supply April 22 in the Municipal Audi agents are authorized to impress spirits of nitre, an article much completed the requirements forthe I announced for Monday, April 29,

South 3rd St. I'h-ne 261-3641 torium is to discuss the possible BurialAny food products and other articles I I used in the army, and .exceedingly Ranger Award and was pre at 7:30: at the Jr. High School I FREE!
restoration of Fort San Carlos I Cemetery : sented the Certificate and the ,
useful to the military. Persons scarce it brings in the market I auditorium. Troop 89 will conduct i
c -- -- --, --- and Old Town (original site of identifying Patch. the and :
from whom articles are seized $6.00 per pound and is made here opening closing

Fernandina). deceased veteran of wartime will receive compensation at a at less than $0.90 per pound. The The rank of Second Class ceremonies.The HARDEE BROS.

I Mrs. Jay Bartels, president of or peacetime service whose rate to be fixed by boards createdby laboratory cost the governmentno Scout was presented to Steve Court of Honor was then

I the Historical Society is extending last period of service terminated President Davis and the state more than $1,000 to set up Anderson. Michael Jones, Ed- closed with Scoutmaster Bob Atlantic '

I an invitation to all civic clubs honorably, is eligible for burial governors. I and' the supplies it turns out affords ward Libby, Garry Jx>vequist; Fincannon leading the Scoutmas- 218

and interested citizens to attend in any national cemetery in which Graham Page Terry Rowe, and ter's Benediction. I
a saving of not than .
s. your the meeting. Union Commander Steedman at ,J ,__ ..
grave space is available the Veterans - -- ------ -- -
$300 a day. ,
house Both -Arnade and Goza have Administration said today Jacksonville informs Major Gen II A of Confederate medical :
eral Harner, Commanding the Department I group
assisted with the restoration program The spouse, widow or widower officers, including Dr. H. Y, a
of the South that,
theirhome at St. Augustine and Key of an eligible veteran may be Colonel Rust UP-I. G. Lungoon of Florida has dispatched REVIVAL
on his request, ,
West.( buried in the same grave or in an j to the Confederate Sec- .
The two along with Sump if is available S. Army will assume command I
men adjoining grave space retary of War a protest directedto

ter and Dr. Hale G. Smith head Thomas G. Hall, County of Federal forces at Jacksonville : the Federal government for ;:: .: :: .: March 26 Through April 15
of the Department of Anthropology Service Officer pointed out. March 27 Three Confederate I the manner in which captured : J

If something happensto and Archaeology at the University A minor child of the veteran soldiers disguised as women and Confederate medical officers are :
there be
you can moneyto of Florida are directors may also be buried in a national waving a white flag decoyed a being treated. Surgeons and their
off the
help pay mortgage of the local historical society. cemetery in the same i in small Federal boat the Pursuit, I ; '
with low cost mortgage redemption grave assistants who remained behind to ..,>. 302 South Fourteenth Street
life insurance. Local directors are Jay Bares which either parent has been interred : to a point near the shore at Tampa treat the wounded captured at :: n

Bill Webb Thos. G. Hall W. Bay When the Federals were :
and Ft.
Leave your family a home, Perryville DON R. WHITLOW Evangelist
not a debt. See us now. N. Galphin Mrs. Bill Ilardee Should the spouse or child die close enough the Confederates flonelson were arrested and confined ,

Evert Elvin, John T. Ferreira andT. before the veteran, the veteran opned fire and wounded four of I I to penitentiaries. As they ;... Preaching Since 9 Years of Age

Howard Kelly. must sign a paper stating his intention the enemy. were being transported from 4 t4a'

WOOTENInsurance to be buried in the national By order of President Davis, I Nashville to Cincinnati they were 4 DYNAMIC PREACHING, PRAYER FOR THE SICK

"Bargain sale: An event at cemetery before the spouse or this day has been set aside for j marched through the public z

AgencyCALL which a woman ruins one dress child can be buried there Hall "fasting humiliation anQ prayer." i streets where they were subjected A Message ,For Every Need -

ELLEN SHANK while she's buying another." stressed.At I' At the request of the President to the hootings and jeeringsof \0

261-5503 Dale Holdridge, Langford (S. D.) the time of the death of a I special religious ''services are being I the crowd. In some cases their SPECIALS MUSIC\ NIGHTLY ,
Bugle. veteran spouse or child eligible : held throughout the South and surgical instruments private bal
v ;
i being offered to "Al, Her. E. A. Lewis Pastor .J
-- ---
-- for burial- in a national. cemetery j prayers are gage money and even their DON R. WHITLOW I" ,? ,
will continue "
the mortician or person responsible mighty Cod that He gloves were taken away. .

DRIVE i IN FOR THE VERY BEST for funeral arrangementsshould His merciful protection over our -

request interment directly cause that He will scatter our

IN ANAUTO" from the superintendent- of the enemies and set at naught their 1

national cemetery. evil designs and that He will Keep your engineup parts so clean so friction-freesrou can save

I There is no charge for the graciously restore to us our be. to 1 gallon of gasoline in every l 3! Save on ret
national loved country the blessings of ,d.
,,' gravesite in a cemetery, *'

:::;: ,,,, "."",.>." ',"...,"Yre'Y"..; .ri.....;.. 'a.;::..?_..:;':,_,J:::, .....;i L:;." :""o.: ":.:.v.i .--.'::':::h. the')f for grave the therein opening Hall or closing said. of; peace The.and U., S.security.Hendrick" Hudson to. through',t : spring with your whole car humming happily, get

0.': ;\i:';(; day seized the British schooner RPM MOTOR OILS Standard's Spring Certified CarCheckYe change
::: : TUNEUPro Pacifique at St. park's.March oil
,expertly KYSOlubricate.From bumper to bump
. otarians Hear 29 In a telegram to
Governor Milton a'eneraFine.\ Clean?You probably never saw a machine as clean er, Standard remembers so you can forget. Then

: Give Your Car I on!:. (Continued from Page One) gan 'announces that "the,enemy, as your engine after a' few easygoing miles with we give you a written record. Ready? You're next!

$i Life and Get Better ;rams, religious activities the black and white evacuated Jacksonville RPM Motor Oils.,These new deposit-free i oils keep STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY)

::3li1eaJe, Let Our Expert x g fraternities and sororities and inclosing today and have doubtless
Hilton They
Mechanics Keep It said, "An investment .in gone to
: burned :most of the town before 'r -
Always ,In Perfect Con- higher education is the safest investment leaving.. I went in j immediately T" '
a state can make an i
dition. after with my troops and saved
.. C investment in our most precious z
some valuable buildings"Francis
Florida's growing
*+* resource -
A. Johnson, Chaplain,
Tune Up Florida's studentsFlorida's ;
\n Engine copulation -
Company I, 8th Florida Infantry,,
'May He Just What .Your f"Car future. The tomorrow's University died today at Richmond, Virginia
Needs 1'o Help 1 It t Jt\ needs today.. March 30 The Union Com ,t
mander of the U. S. S. Norwich
.:start 0 n These Cold, t4 a A fluent speaker Thomas Tart that Federal forces"eva _

:iret Mornings! began his address in a light vein reports ., : '
ro cuated the city of Jacksonville .
the \& !
yO before seriously giving pur- yesterday. Before leaving,; he '
,G Cyl.i or 8 Cyl nose of his visit higher education the
"they destroyed _
TONLY $6,50 says
(progress and needs); research
: S Plus Parts what part of the city, including two of
and development (
the churches, the Catholic and
has been done and what can be Ae
etc"Federal Y
Episcopal, also warehouses
done) and for the future
; plans
Las.erreMotor CO. (;auantity and quality education),. the mouth evacuation of the ships St. John's *R
Tart quoted the University
last evening and were
_.. enrollment at 12,000,
there because of bad weather. -i T :::
629 South 8th Street Phone 261-3819 with an anticipated 20,000 by "S
1970. "Florida ranks tenth in Thy will move out to sea just as _
soon as the weather permits.
population second in rate of
r All but two of the Federal vessels -
growth to Arizona but is 44th in
that appeared off St. Mark'sBar
percent of tax money spent on
have disappeared.March
.7 higher education." As an examplehe Sunday -

flIte? e.j'fiU21 stated the College of Arts and being circulated 31, An in urgent Middle appealis and -H--

Sciences has had a 50 percent increase I
West Florida for persons who !
in undergraduate graduate
have cartridges that will fit the

..- In A Magnificent Mountain Setting faculty studies and with is little still increasein using Maynard rifle. They are asked to I %
send them forthwith to the Flor-
World War II buildings for 13
ida Sentinel office or to Norman
percent of the classes and offices.
1j Butler of Tallahassee. These car
Tart stressed the university'sneed
for graduate research tridges are needed by Captain G.
W. Scott'S cavalry sta-
facilities stating that the benefits -
tioned at New Port. "A fair com-
\ to people from research is
pensation will be paid for those
estimated at over $100 million:
belonging to private individuals.
The pulp and industry has .
Those belonging to government,
been given a boost from the College \f
should be sent up by all means.
of Engineering on a new
Scott's company and other companies 'RJ Y'. ZT
pulp process and"has more efficient kl w'r
Of with rifles are much in
use of natural resources.
of need of more cartridges to make
particular interest to residents
Ce them effective.
Nassau County and the East
r Coast is the new wave tank being According to reports receivedin
Florida, the Confederate medical -
used to curb beach erosion Tart S
Old World Charm- wonderful food- gorgeous Bridal continued. purveyor of Montgomery is CTANDARDi
operating a small chemical laboratory ,
After pursuing several other R.I 1 _

Suite, dancing, bridge, bingo, movies, ,shuffleboard, subjects of interest.pertaining to and which is manufacturing I.
'stated the medicines either cannot be
the Tart
Olympic size pool, art lesons, and rock hunting -near maximum of $250,000 for scholarships bought at all, or which are very
scarce and highpriced"Utilizing

golf courses antique and craft shops Biltmore the Federal is being Government received matching with roots seeds and berries, secured kJ

Estate Mountain trails drives-pleasing rates. each dollar raised by the .students from this state' and other areas
and alumni with $9.00. in the South extracts, tipetures

Known: a3 Dollars for Scholars, and other particles indbpensible

: Write Harry Tracy, The Innkeeper students have raised $29,000 with for available.hospital use are' being .made' s

$74,500 provided by the alumni. : Tannin a very scarce
: The Manor on Charlotte Street in Asheville, article and worth in the market .

8.00 per ounce is produced at H. F. STONE JR r.Agtlf FerlKllIdiM Beach Fla.

North Carolina Trade At Home this depot at the cost of $12.00 ,

per pound. Chloroform an art .
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\ .., :,L : heas-Leaderr' n1andina Bea b, 'Elgrida :Thursday: :Search, 28,, 1963 r- Pa'S 'rp.n
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'. ..... r_ ;..;. 1-. 0" ..., ......,.... season) plastics, se T-sions. 1 1I Qffilt Club .
I I re, Fishing Pit_. biiih4 to.
1 e Qn
r:: I afayette Golden., executive Slates April1 MeeHrjg) K ; {if
Stanh f secretary bit the Florida High'i '
I Sp School. Athletic, Association, died Anyone interested. in the offshore ; Met1 Tke JisJwp Kjwny; Crusade .

this week at a Gainesville hos- fishing; club for Fernandina

pitA! We doubt;I.he' was too popular ''YN p i iy. Beach.are.urged to attend a meeting I The Pirate baseball team, open- keystone spot Ned Tyson and

.. BY CURT. '.. GORDON ,1.I :, with many coaches around 1 1P 1Y 1r at Herb, White's. Outboard 1 ed the 1963 season here, this af- Tommy Clark will take caje of
I the state of Florida because he ._ Sales, on Tuesday, April 9. ''ternoon entertaining! the. Bishop shortstop and Steve Bet @{! andRichard
Dallas-Fort Worth came f into a, fine day of fishing, bringing in carried out the rules of the association -\ i\ The meeting will begin at 8 Kenny Crusaders of Jacksonville; Schomas will share,. du-

Fetnandina to open the Springy! 21 nice whiting. The only.troublewas i to a letter, but he was I p.m. and refreshments will be t tat three-thirty at, the. local baseball ties at third. -

Training activity here and. aftera they ha 1 to,fight off. the seagulls certainly respected by all whohad j served' during the meeting.Lt. : park. I II Chuck Howard, Ben]' .Rice,
.uho were determined,to..eat"their .any association with him and, CoJ. Eber The Pirates have '
week -of practice took off for 1 Philips reportsthat been working,i Barry Rice, Mike Conner* Jhaj-
fish and bait; Lynn sa.i4.the,t it, will, be a hard job to replace I the committee in of !
Daytona Beach for.a. week of-t charge: r out only three, days in an effort I Ir les Ccrbtt, John Banjuk; Bill
play against Portland, Rochester, gulls even carried> off her sun him. M l locating position, for al{off- [to get ready for; the powerful Miller, Johnny Weisner l.ndj Robert
'Columbus and Toronto other I' glasses. I 1 shore. fishing reef has everything; Crusaders and Coach, aYJ1 e. Ben- ,iI Wright will take tae: $ the

tnple-A teams in this area. The. iflr I Ed, Fitzgerald, Scout for the g[ { [t lile4.up, The\ artificial reef will I I| ner did not foecast.ho. \, ..heii j outfield play for the Pirate,
Rangers will return to Fernan-- I Did Adler I brings back quite' a. Minnesota, Twins who has been I be formed of. discarded tire L with I!i thought:; his young Pirates. might II j Fernandina will travel to Jpck-
dma Beach on Saturday to get 1 fishing experience from'his, vaca coming here for Spring Training + ,concrete on the inside, to anchor,:I I play, I rt : sonville for a return engagement

ready for the benefit ball game 11 tion.;. lie stopped at Crescent Lake, every year, celebrated his 6ji( I them down. i t I lefthanders! Joe Thrift. andj with Bishop Kenny: on' April l 2,
to be played against the Char just to look, around, when he I birthday last week' : He is a former t The group, hopes t$ have, the 1 I I Steve Thomas, along with, right returning home to play the Qamden -
lotte Hornets on Sunday after I I found a dead shrimp on the wat : catcher for., the, Washington' I : reef ready for the summer, fishing hander Ronnie Sapp, will share,' County High team of, Wpod-

noon. The Hornets have been tak- er's edge. He was, washinR,the i Senators. I season !i the pitching load this season and) bine on Thursday, April 1. Bjike'r
ing advantage of the added space shrimp off in the lake when. big f ._ I all three probably saw action this i iI County of Maccleany and Gjeen
during the absence of the Dallas- bass grabbed the bait and left Fishing is beginning i tq I Alan
hews afternoon. Cover and!; Tom I Cove Springs will Jay the; Pirates -
Fort Worth team. Dick with some fine cuts on his get better each. week. Mrs. Skipper I G4ifjpgNwBY !, i. my Jones were, to, share. threatening tq round out an abbreviated
if hand.' Dick vows he will return to reports from the, NassauviUe\ duties,for, the i initial game of.t i seven.gaq1e schedule. .

Air little League and. Senior do. some fishing where the fishare. Fish Camp that Daniel and Don WILLIE MATTSON, : I the season.. i j The District tournament fciJbe. ])
"League ball players are to register that hungry I Bennett brought in five drum, 4 I' Fourteen members of the FB-. Joe Thrift and, Steve Thomas! ..on April 30 at Bolles School iu
: 'ori 'Saturday, April 13, at ten & fifty pounds apiece. Joe) Drew, WGA entered the, Draw Partner I: will take turns again at the first j Jacksonville with {fie winner
'o'clock at the ball park. Tryouts Local baseball fans who get the I caught seven trout weighing" tournament- Tuesday. On the front' base position, Benny Alvarez and traveling to the State" Meet .i iii
,for the two leagues will begin-oil, chance. to see the Pirates in action about three, pounds each and i, M f > nine MVs. William Sweatt and I I1QJIDi'e 5taire.tt wilt handle the. early May. .
on the diamond Thursday afternoon I there have been several goad I II r I Mrs. L. C. Shave posted a net 33,
April 15 at five o'clock daily. against Bishop Kenny, caches of whiting. Warm DONI'i IJ 1lQAhJJ, C; O.l\.e t the Yule: High and on the back there' was a tie i '. .
.,will April be'22 through.May practice sessions 4 there with will see boys. that were playing' I ther should make fishing better weaI, I 1 School 1 gymnasjunridayt; April,5,3 4 7.: lO pjn.. The' activity at net_ 32 posted by the' team of # .. .' .. -.,- *"!"r r-Z* :

|boft leagues beginning their res- I Little League ball just a few I says Mrs. Skipper. { is.s Doiisoj-e f\\, by, the., s"enVg.r .d vfth:admission Mrs Minnie Harvey and Mrs. P.j OPENNIG. IUY SALE ,
,ipectiv< seasops on May 6. The years ago and later in the Babe 1;: 0(:( 1 for adults t aJ.,!, 1..l g ,s: h. ,studenjs.7pft ai\dj grades R. Entzminger, and team Mrs. I : : '

first Little League game ,wjll, be : Ruth League. Seeing them ni grow be,I Porter's, Fvish, Camp reports 1-6 35c.. Severa( addedrqttractionuH! ad.d.. 9.. tj\e .ev n- ""Clinton. Herring and. Mrs L C. II I I i AZALEAS BUDS AND BMQM) I$> .
,uft re njdi'raejthatjl \\:! 39911 I Shave I .
,played'at 5 o'clock on May 6 and that smalLdrura, :weighing from ing.'sr: LIGUSTRUMPIFOSPORL'1 :
25. : : [ \E\\ .
being Members are asked to sign up j .
:the first Senior League game three to twenty pounds, are -
'will bethat same night at 8 : # caught near the'Morjth and at. the Pro Shop if they wish i to : DOGWOOD CEDAR
auk Aj, every ball game, thejre. aj&II UI of P Freshman- Baseball 'teueMarch in the annual Handicap tourney .
This will be the only night g acne I South Jetties. Willie Sweatt play t CENTI ED.E SOD TOMATO PLANTSGAMRL'Etr ;
every -
meq! who play position .
a fw
during the first half of the brought in three fine rEd bass and also if they wish to play ,
; because the officials. didn't sea- I \ supeibly without makjng. a..j from.that area: ,lasts Sunday.Bud.Holt e 29 Friday St. Johns Jr. College Gainesvjlle,3:30; p..m, 'n: t tye Okefenokee! Ladies Invitational -. '"
ton LEWIS :
mothersand I single error but they just I trtr '* March,2Q Saturday $t. Johns Jr.,CoVe G iriesvj e,10:00 a.ntIalatkat' 'i l at Way.cros3, Georgia, next ; : NURSIRY; } r ;
want to teachj
,ers The upset night games; will bq I I ttian't lay down their., hot, and of the grandstand. ApriT ajforA Ralford, 5:30 '
out \
come :
the second half, of. ) inandimi j Beach Ocean, Pier that p.m.p.m. I At Five
during Phone
played } I T* I April! 5 Friday Tentative Cain soil lte, \ Poinfs f 261.451,4 :
:the \\Ming and. blue, ., fish are biting j
split-season. I Coach. ,Wayne Beivner was won I good there and!that J. B. Thompson April 6 Saturday Tentative Gainesvil e. :; Pa y. Off. I ,..... ."' '.. J
dering-he. was being invaded at. April 8. Monday Florida, Soujhjrn College GaJMsvi e,3:30 ----- -
Lynn. Sheffield and Patsy Jones hishigh school practice( diamond. .;' had,'a fine, day of.fishing. last April) 9 Tuesday) Florida, Southern College. Lakeland. d;' 3:00: p.m., i I "._.... .. .... _. .. -_ .. .. .
decided they wo ld'try: /their luck I I last week when four: Little Lea- I' Tuesday April' 19 Friday Manate Jr.. College Gainesville,3:30 p.m.: I \. ,
at fishing and took off':to Fort gue.. squads and a softball, squad< herb Potts reports from the April 20 Saturday Manatee Jr. ,College G.i. i tsv.i1Je,2:00: p.m., :i: t EAaSPECIAL J

Clinch where they were enjoyng} came.out. for.an afternoon,prey!I Potts Fish. Camp ,on.'Lofton. Creek I : k !f ; ;

that bass and bream .have been 4 4ti
I Catawba, CoachCommends Jr.-High Elementary I ANSCQ' CA9ST R FLEX0l1TFIT
J I biting good. Lamar Hjers caught I I
WE SPECIALIZE IN 120' bream, Mr: Kostoff and son, Indian OOM : .'
Aromatic Transmission. Repairs :1 I I ass Ronnie weighing of Jacksonville. about 4 caught pounds 2 T Q.ckie.wro9qiley/ I i 5I ; v'" : 127 Sfefc,: FfiJro -- Usct For -n' )j

each. Raraus. and, David Frenchi! I The menu. for this' week has i : : Gojqr. Slides, Color Brinis, ..
Tom freshman tackle s
I I i caugh32. mUe4 bream Russell Bailey, been .prepared by, Mr.. Powell's .
: :Brqkc Rebujldjj: ( "g- Yftpfil( ( '; Alignment Murphy caught some black bass for the Catawba Indians at Cat. .8th grade class; $I or Black and White Snap- t:::! X} :
awbp College was praised by
weighing about 2 pounds\ each, shpts .
: GENERAL,I.. REPAIRS( ON' ALT! M KEg, $ MODI&S/ i and Mrs. Bessie Jones QfYulee. :I football Coach Stratton practice, during for his spring fine lettuce Monday and: -tomato Hamburger salad, /potato bunt I : /-l'.

i Our FacUJIlf Aj. Tba,.finest, Best Equipped caught 15-t mixed! bream. Potts I work on defense. chips, dilL Riches,. cherry cobbler
Repair ;
J ; says, to report toy the! fishermen and_ \k ptint milk..
: and!Most Modern In: Town that *he has plenty of worms, Tom, is the, son qf Mr. and Mrs.Ray' Tuesday: Piz.a, tossed salad, Regu.lor$15,95, ] Special' fQf Easter $1295
,criclftt and! ,shiners 1 ready at all ,
times. Georgia, former residents oft Fer. mixed, vf getabjfSjf) rnch bread .

STANDARD HARR LL/S I nandina Beach. and butter,_m'grape.." j jello! w/fruit,., Al Qfl' AnsepCqdeli Flash ,Camera.. 127 Size. Plus Tax
and 'H pint k.
AgTQ: SERVICES Bill McRae, former): Pirate baseball HLOUUse For Cpjpr Pictnres Bla.cKand
or' :
l pitcher. is, now: pitching for I tyedne y: -=-_Hot dogsbuns,
S _J ,Eight!) Street Douglas, Georgia..Junior* College. 'KAOBowling cole, slaw' aked1 j beans, Ambrosia,! ] ] WhitC'$10S0'
: RegularM
"Your- Rambler- Dealer"Try ,"McRae' made his college pitching cookies, and } pint milk. I Sp.ecat. For l'l Tax U :

.. I debut last week end when the TJWRte. ...... PjS'i, fried chic'kept .
'101..h..u i til t'xitt r- '" I. Douglas) e team split a douhjeheader Lengu& mashe. .. p...)tatoes......, w/ gravy, BIJY THAI. CAMERA NOW. Stock ,Up WHh. Plenty of!. Film and Flash Bulbs.

T f i with Panama:City,Junior College .- green& Reas .c n.pl and celery Be_ Ready For Your Easter; 1'arade.apy .' ,. .\
l 'team, ifcRae: tossed.. four stick rollsL. and butter, pipeapple, '. or : > ..,;//'

AClussifrdA;: <(;fw.:,Quick.ResuIts' 'hits innings dynipg,,and h\'*allowed", \c and 0\only stay._three BY WEEK II.. D.. '.. ELLIS OP. .3.1',)l JK, I !Friday unks....ai:$-Vi:Tuna pinV,mjlk wnoodles, Ha r.EaStec.; t: rj. KiH4' a SHOP!' Phone 2G..!5 G '

y -- Total } 1- .. I ._ I ..
ding I whole kernel corn, buttered spin: -- -- '
.. Teaw.Stn! .\ ,I fi : "
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Bombers 65 35* 65994 ich; rolls'and butter, % orange, ,. .-.._ ... .., ... _.. f ". .
=2 BEACH I Murray's Store 43 ,52,, 6438J. and % pint milk. I

FERNANDA Hadden Lanes 47 &. 64099 0
'Paper Mill 43 57 61940 MENS
-t; ,
Team, 3-Games .
[mm ; : Bombers 2057
I Hadden Mjxers 2837! t qqbt, !ccurate SpOSmaIiS41111Florida
'. BCHES" Paper.Mill : .. ",* 279Q j ji

i High, Ind. 3G antes .1.1I ,
F. Bowen 655"G 'i5ltiltt'Pt1gram .
Furnished, These, Merchants and Business MenGeorge's I \ 4I
Directory -
_Green. h ..' q.t8 I Wh; f Adjacent To
.-. ?iJ: Williamson 635'' TALLAHASSEE Florida's I or '
I I o. Marine Welcome Station
1 High, Team Game .
I ; t ca -look forward tompr
S..Lnr"nn I fisherme4. }
Ii Bombers .
I Fernandina Beach, Florida
FIRST Hadden Mixers 976 fjsji! ajHJ heit1'r fishing under -

1 I, Paper Mill -. 970 the proposed Fresh Water:
Machine COURSE Shore Gas Co. '
GQLF; Bill The,
Shop. Fjishjng' Improvement
l s 1 11iih... In.d, JG p! .
.. .. bill? vjnich. would i increase the
27 N. St t EXCELLENT18IIOLE_ SERVING ALIt, J. Williamson + 'S' 249 .
2nd li'e.ense one dol.
4 egst fifhing /
F. Bp\ 239 Marine Sales And Service
Ma'ch..ne WorkWqlding 1 YOUR NEEDS: IJ : ven lar, is sponsored by, the Florida
GAS. A ND C. Green 233 I :
LINKS ; Wildli e.,Federation! '] and other ae.1
High Scratch Boilers.
'Brazipg GAS AIPFI4NCFhtht. I sporjsmen'srgroups, and will
: tivg
J,, lliamsot!! _4 233-587 'Sr.iMrv V' vrtia 'lQA9AldricK .. ..
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Marine R p'.qi1A t t 7 F. Bowen .'- 213- -577" be legislative.sessionld'jkfD ro used : .:.I v..A....... ..... .-. 'p _"'; 'J" (. 'J ':' ..,.., .. "-' ..... .- -...-.. ..... ..
Phone 261-3661 R. Hadden i i :':)J5W48H. .1 : !.
Special Service !)o TIDES. I i Wilson 503-547 i ; director,;,Game and Ij'resh' ( EXCLUSIVE] AGENTS .' 1 ."' ERANCHISED AGENTS
Shrimp Trawlers Water Fish Commission. .
AH' ork Guaranteed oj' : T H, .K N & i C. Green 294-13 I In explaining the provisions of ; FOR FOR
Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. it JETTIES; ; L the bill, Aldrjfb i stated, "we have, :
Monday Thruturday PHOTO SHOP- proven that with modern 'fish; E l 'ERJt'A"F T o. 4-BOATS & ENGlN.E
Phone Day 261-3711, A dd..30bMinutes. For Roll Processing BowlinCity management T techniques* 11 we can* x
improve the fisherman s catch.All : { I (Inboard. Outboard)
Night 1-53J3 Harbor .
Feroandin! Develp.pinjr) & Printing'
.. ..? .... .. ( ,'" t-f' J .. ;t f' Kodak *"* 'Jr Leattunr *: thai is needed- i\ revenue to : ,
Fijnt V. !
nUUJt! Ip'l' : Supplies answer, the pro Iem qf providing FT. 28 FT. : it- INTERCEPTOR .
p'hotb. II. B. ELL JR. addjtion&l\ ), field and l fishing areas I 15 THRU : ; !
J l Slpyje Colored St: RJgWU' for increasing population, o{ .
29Jll:20am : an : _
Fri da March
},-, WEEK OP 3.20 NOW ON (Inboard Uuijjoard) ;
WeddingsPortraits > fishermen. The big question facing DISPLAY
f 5:20 a jn. by Appointment Only t. Total : the, Commission! is not fish jl And -

Complete Line of ,t lf:44p.m, ,. 5:41 p.m I Studios. ... At 504 Ash.St. Tpm Standings 70 W 30Hadden .J.t, 71421)\t'ins'Qryille's I management, but the cost of fishTnanasemerjt I 1 19Ef.OFFSMORE BOAT t -
4 March 3ft. : 'Lanes, 63l! 393i 71633
Saturday, Rhonei' t 5
Improvement Bill 1
., Fishing pro
Sandbar, 1).2) 4 70357 r
17'f. i 41.
6: ... ..... ...-: '\ r.' T I I The'Unknowns- 44 56.)( 9339 vides that the one dollar increase -
12:17: p.m. 6:39: p.m. : Beach Bar 36 64 68415Becker's on fishing licenses be set aside\
GUPElectricoJ Drugs 34 66 67596' for fishing i improve" ent.
Sunday March 31 1 in the hill include "
Other provisio/i -
LASSERRE. : { 12:43 'a.m. 7:20 a.m. KITCHI: Orville'sBeckers High Team3 piee-s 301ft a framework for establishment 'GU.lE OIL CQRP. SCOT.TkRQDttcrs : : :

,s i of fish management areas ,
MOTOR (Q. L-22'p.m. 7:42. p.m.. I Drugs 2853 '
Hadden Lanes I through a cooperative agreement I
.:! 2806
; Monday, Apjil 1 ; i between, the Game and Fresh! 0U411I1ARD.ENGINES
S 8th SiPh. 13919. ; High, Ind.. 3-CamcsJ ,
:.__ _. f :49j a.tp. 8:26: a.m, Contractor: Becketi' \ hyf 692 Water, Fish Commission and the
; : O_:$ p.lt. 8:49 p.m. \ 21.HOUR SERVICE N.. Holland: S 655 I Board of County Commissioners I I II
? L Hendrix in which, such fish management '
Filing 63q
Going 1 I I
.. Tuesday, April 2 Phones IlisTeam Game'Oryjlk's -1 areas are located. All fishermen, Rental Boats & Motors
21-5194 261. residents than
9:32 or 319t except more sixty- ,
Visit Us For, a.:.OOa.m... a.ra. .... 1037seeker's. .
: : five years ofr age children .
: 9:53: Drug s... '
'{:4a p.mr' p.m"l : .'' :L 1017 ujjder fifteen 'would be. required :
Complete LLne Of 1 The Unknown *j \= 9911I & .
April :3 to have a license to fish on such \\.iI. .: ; Experienced GuidesFIS.HkNG
Fishipg Tackle: Wednesday, Soes. For ,. High*, Ind. Game areas. i. ,= .
Reels1:09: ., 10:32 a.m. \ I J. Beckett 286
Hods % nw. According to' Ayrich, ; .
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Outdoor 4:53 p.m. 0M) p.m. REPAIRS L N. Holland 24C 1 be the first
Camping 1"lIJ tM Ql would,
0. Saunders 253
EquipmentFIRISTQtKE Thursday, A iI.4. you W All, Hih Bwlers- I I change in fishing. license required "1't.gAkT
J t i'm tam o.u twenty years. TheY ; .
,,509'atm.. 11-:27 a.m Beckett 267-635 ,t ibb'nsi r license, 13 established in I SUPPLIES /
Shot H }itI! C. Hodge 1J 223-602 k
; 548g.rn., 11:47 p.m. asp !! 1943 Ptoyidei a bare, minimum '
BEAC SUPPLY R. Hadden 234-567
f QJ fish! management. If Florida'sfishing
Tkk* C.urteq ; C. Green ; '2 .
A I is,, to4 improve, Its fisheries
112 Atlantic! Ave 261-4482 Oust & Gjod ti< Sumy, 9 North 4) Street 225 532 s UCKIE ICE
Hollan4 -
IN. : i r anagem nt. program must be, :
., S .... ...-. ,.... '; -"...\ .., .5---- ...--... ',,:'" BghannonJ 1 53d a celt rXted, which\; w3uLl; be pos.file :
Suria ig, 191.52 i under the, provisions of the, ,. ."'. '
: : "
L Flint 179507 Ii I Fresh; Water Fishing' Improvement :.-: .
1 F tt tJ t.WE Sjs ltNJ i ; Bill -

.l !: FERNANDA. rIs IIFISIIJ15Ji r People Do Read Even Dop't, -tack- aft--- ;-;-yoors- Itt ELECTRIC: MOttOI AIL LAUGHING

The. Smalte&l* AIj p much, .
.. DPA-tI1ffi':: SWIMMING For ; won'l.believe ,
In The Ne: &Loader. oth8ei ; SMOOTH EFFORTLESS SAFE -

r :. s Y nhfilt = IJ}] 'I: AJN. .'LIXIN a I I I Ij You Are ."W1I;r better t's.a more"'jobTteminute,' thev'l1.-.L do'"" ...A.-.j- '".....;i. .. -. --

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? Page Eight News-Leader, Fernandina Beach Florida Thursday, March 28, 1963
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either subsidize new industries s+ ,

,through tax supported programsor I wWVEI wEWVf w WVE wGnE wAWYE w WVE w WYE wWYE wWVf w WYE wWYf wWVE w ,WVE w WYE wWVF wGHI
develop A means of private financing fi- f
I I I I I i I I I I I I
to work in conjunctionwith i

a The consensus was that a corporation I Quantity Rghts Reserved
using 100% private funds ;
I and owned by the citizens, businesses II SAYE 4T Prices Good Thru March 30th .

I and financial institutionsof MORTON WINN COFYRICHT DIXIE -R[I$ INC.J
Florida would provide the best 4
x.f answer to the problem. The new I Beef, Chicken
JJ1T9r p.wf p. 'corporation would be able to lend or Turkey; J

funds ,or make investments it ,
.... could lend for purposes and I POTPIES
r against collateral' denied conven

tional lenders.To I .
I !4IftJ4k'k1 I be eligible for a loan, the I
:11 borrower must have been "turned \I ..
I down" by a conventional lender.

The new company, to be called a .
the Industrial Development Corp 5 FOR
oration of Florida, would borrow LSTOETAMpi
f 1 4 jr. t funds as needed from its member 0o R 4 ,r
banks, savings and loan associations ,k I
r osh and insurance companiesto
re-lend to qualifying indus I'

,.. II tries. .
While taking refuge in the home of his sweetheart, Adrlana In dealing with those "turned i
(Liana Orfel), Damon ((;U1 Williams)points out the arriral of down" by conventional{ lenders, ETAMpi 100 EXTRA
I' 'a tisitor in this scene f rom "Damon andPpthias" Don Unmettcollars IDC would have to exercise caution -I i
as Pythias in" exciting Wetro-Goldicyti'Wajer, in making .certain its loans '
based on the ape-old legend of tiro men whose names today stand GREEN STOMPS
Obviously it could I
w ci a symbol of eternal friendship. not were borrow repaid. more money from :tJ.c }/ 1

members if it suffered losses. I II WITH THIS COUPON. AT YOUR
!This meant walking a financial I NEAREST FRIENDLY WINN-DIXIE

FLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTS I tightrope. j Good Thru Limit One Coupon to Adult With ",
With, strong support from ? March 30 A $5.00 or More Food Order. t 1'

By Charles' H. Qgihie Executive something to sell and working prominent businessmen many
I of them members of the Florida il wunnn/
Vice President Industrial i hard to sell it. Florida is blessed Council of 100 and state officials # "UUlflU ELWrs EIN SMALL GOVERNMENT INSPECTED TENDER I
Development Corporation of with pleasant climate, plentiful ETArAV. fI f
the enabling legislationwas
Florida > I labor supply, access to expanding I
How has Florida, its economy j markets, fine transportation facilities 1961.passed Located in in the Orlando summer, IDC of i U. S. CHOICE LAMB SALE! {i

oriented to tourists, land develop.. I and a surprising varietyof I I commenced operations in February I i Smoked HAMS
ment, and agriculture, managed I raw material sources. So, with
1962 with 137 leading -
to outstrip neighboring states in i these advantages, our state offi
attracting industry? I cials and businessmen were able committed institutions to lend all it over funds.the state During -:. 'What's than beautifully
0' Leirb ". 691.! easier a
Even more intriguing, how ball to put Florida in the front ranksof I Leg ,
I the first fiscal ended
it done so without offering tax growing industrial areas. year baked Bam? Wonderful hot, superb
December 31, 1962 loan commitments
exemptions, direct state financial I However, the picture was not totaling $2,128,200 were t'l U. S. CHOICE LAMB ,/ cold. Every mouthful is rich in the
assistance, or pledging public I complete. Savings, and loan associations -
-:' Tends for property purchase .and banks, and insurance made. These funds when used i Loin I- Chops LB. 9 8 ,/ .'t''t'highestquality. protein. Sunnyland
plant construction! I companies often could not extend will construct 128,700 square feet I 'f. .' Hams are the finest quality tender,
I believe that two factors have I the credit requested by new and of new plant area, purchase equip juicy and del ici!'ous. Buy either half
ment, and create 423 new manufacturing U. S. CHOICE LAMB
Wen essential to our phenomenal I expanding industries. Banking or whole. Choice center slices included .

post-war the recent industrial addition developmentand of a third I I I other laws, limiting charter factors restrictions prevented; and Astute jobs.businessmen are leery R i o b C h o n S LB. 79 at this price. \,

one will become increasingly important granting of loans which often I I of tax subsidies and other sugar- STARLETT CHARCOAL
II would bring into the state highly coated programs they know U. S. CHOICE LAMB
The two essentials which have desirable businesses. that sooner or later' the piper
served us so well are; having i I i There were two choices open- must be paid. In rounding out Sh'Id LB. 59, t t I t IJ(
the financing offered Florida's industrial I OPS Briquettes
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propects by lending to' 50 Free StC Green Stamps

\ responsible companies, the Indus U. S. CHOICE LAMB WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF

_. ,," trial Development Corporation of I Two PKCC. RICH 8Chocolate
.-.4 .,'" ,10.'t}-':'l"t.1. I state.Florida is benefiting the entire Shld Roast LB. 49, 20 8 l8 G' 991. Eclairs! ..

T I- .. .. : Beard of Health Lamb Breast LB.19 PILLSBURY or BALLARD 15

) Warns of FakeExterminators U. S. CHOICE

1aa *. Gr. Lamb..LB.39 FlourTHRIFTY
t 'I.
I r
50 Free M. Green Stamps

GRAND TOUR OF I Jacksonville Spring will, in ..................................."'..y PURCHASE OF
all probability bring the usual i 5 I. 3 91.r.'fisitsi
i rash bf fake termite exterminators i BOSTON BUTT PORK BAG 'Ks.
I ,
in Florida. .
John' A. Mulrennan, director of i ROAST LB 3' 9 ,/:i AT 000 ANY THRU WINNDIXIEEATRITE MARCH lOT"

the Bureau of Entomology of : 'f : MAID..... 16

i: I Florida's State Board of Health,I ............. ..............
: today warned householders to be ,
: on guard when dealing with pest I Cat

control operators because many s u P 4 IX... 4
of them are fly-by-nighters who
12-or. WIENERS ,
ark xpert only in relieving trust 50 Free 2Wf
10 BOLOGNA .' Green Stamps
ing people of their money. i f -oz

A 17 fabulous days for two-the "There is one sure way' of I 8-oz. SALAMI 1 1 39 2 ROTS 12-oz. 2 S I. WITH..THIS Lt. Pica COUPON CRACKIN AND PURCHASE GOOD OF
vacation you always dreamed of! knowing you're and dealing with ,a 8-oz. SPICED LUNCHEON FIG BARS
responsible legitimate operator I
12-oz. Thick Sli. BOLOGNA
See the changing of the Guard at "
: Mulrennan said. "The State a' COOO THRU MARCH THAT
Buckingham Palace See a bullfight I
Board of Health issues licensesto
\44I in Madrid *. Visit the famous Limit 2 TWIN PACK DELSEYTissue ANY WINN-DIXIE
Y night clubs of Paris Shop in ; reputable operators. An operator ll _------RTTfffflTpT
is required to have the name
., Lisbon and Amsterdam. So much ; Y FANCY
of> his company and his Florida 'r 2 ROLrPKG.191.CORN '
to see-so much to do! And all exPenses
are paid for you and your address painted on his, car or GOLDEN BANTAM
truck. He also must carry an
companion-meals, hotels, and
travel via TWA Jet Service. identification card, for the current THRIFTY MAID YELLOW CLING 50 Free atflf Green
year. At one time, it was I; Stamps
t COME IN AND REGISTER necessary that his identification I $ WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OFt
.i.Mry- DURING OUR DAVIS PAINT SALE license number be painted on his I Peaches 42 ? CANS 1. $ .00 OR MORE WORTH or
car: or truck, also; but this is no
Nothing to buy'! Nothing to write but your name and ad. longer required."An 51.
.dress. Register soon. Contest closes April 30, 1963. Contest ONLY GOOD THRU MARCH 10TH l
is to residents of the United States where added precaution is to do "
open except prohibited I WILKES BOILED AT ANY WINN DIXIE
? ", by law or regulation. Employees of H. B. Davis business only with a person on -
:.:... Company its dealers, advertising agency and their families whom you can check immediately, I l1 13 4 1l:.
,,'.. r' are not eligible. All entries become the property of H. B. such as a home town concern. I Peanuts 303 CANS 3 91.
'r Davis Company. Winner will be notified. But under no circumstances should
you deal with no matter II ELGIN 4 4 '
anyone ,.. ... ..... .,
I how great his claims or how -
< SALE cheaply: he offers to do the job -rj j f YELLOW SOLIDSOLEO DIXIE DARLING CINNAMON 50 Free awr Green Stamps

I if he doesn't fill the above legal | WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF i

' ;,: WE CARRY THE WORLD'S FINEST PAINTS. requirements for identification. j Pecan Twirls I 29* '1.00 OR MORE WORTH or ..'
:. THAT'S WHY WE CAN GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. i pretend"Most to illegal find termite operators damage only, I Health &Ieauty Aids .

then the wood with THRU MARCH IOTH
: merely spray
SatinTone I I old> crank case oil It is possible I LB. 10 DIXIE DARLING FAMILY SIZE AT.A' WINN-DIXIE
: LATEX WALL PAINT you really do have termites but : 19

: :':".. : The finest latex wall paint SALE by the time you discover them, I I Limit 2 with $ order, Bread 2 2 9 L
you can buy. Covers beau. \. serious damage may have .
I- tifully. Goes on easily with $549 ;one., Deal only"ith 'a ,reputable I '"'..
: : brush or roller. Dries in perator and report any other j I Ito
minutes with no painty your chamber of commerce, I .. r J 2
odor. Comes in every color better business bureau or the t ri iz_ .
: ? of the rainbow and all .t police." iI.ii w. i
/ colors on sale.SEMIGLOSS I "' :<:t.JE1 '}i--. : J .... .
: .....:. Pvt. Charles Edwards V"" ---...:. ,
A ; "
1." .
: 0;]1l3] FINISHColormatched .
1E k... to all Satin- SALE Completes SPECtAi YOUR CHOICE ;

r Tone colors. Superb finish CourseFORT .
otL for woodwork, kitchen. $ 8* t" BLUE or WHITE ARROWDetergent fi VACUUM PACKED
bath. Beauty and lustre last 1 : GORDON, GA. (AH- ,
for years ., quart e s i.. 'NO) Army Pvt Charles E. w
t Edwards, whose wife Grace, lives II! /q k Astor Coffee Iy

: PROFESSIONAL LATEX at 506 S. Seventh St., completed
an eght-week communications -
WALL PAINT enter! specialist course at The y III
A fine paint at economy SALE Southeastern Signal; School, ,Fort lWl

price Comes in a wide $ .t1 98* Gordon, Ga, March 8. .. 111 GIANT BOX m rtl 1LB. CAN I
= > range of beautiful colors. Edwards entered the Army in .
J ;..,. 21'
basic SAVE II *
&31.; October 1962 and completed fJ J.SAVE .
> training at Fort. Gordon. "

Limited in1Clt The 18-year-old soldier' son of
.. !fr. and )Mrs Leo L. Edwards, STANDARD RED RIPE iii MAXWELL HOUSECoffee I J I
/ 't.. ;. l 520 Ash St, is a graduate of .
r .. 5* '
'. ; < ,? Fernandina, Beach High School "S Tomatoes 91 '" CAN 48- #it

NASSAU BUILDING'& SUPPLY CO. : .. T Limit 6 with food order. A Limit one with $5,00 or

... r j. ,_ ; more food order -

1129 South 8th Street Phone '2 261-3648 S' r '
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News-Leader Fernandina Beach Florida_- Thursday, March 28, 1963 ,Page Nine

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N _dl HOME MAbE POUND cakes, I \ News From

I THREE PC. CYPRESS lawn set layer and birthday cakes, pies. PUBLIC NOTICETO J PUBLIC NOTICEIN

AD $7. .Marble top occasional All kinds. Call Patricia Lodge. ; M,1 JOHN A, C. BOGART, OR THE THE CIRCUIT COURT LV AND Bryant AcademyDue
6 chairs S1JIELL'SSWAP
.05 per word .75 minimum table, $45. 2(12THE1
: TYPES ROOFING and j SAVINGS to inclement weather and
: Card of Thanks Resolutions SHOP, 511 ,South 8th re LV TilE SUPREME COURT

and Similar Notices St pairs. No money down,'free es CHANCERY DIVISIONIN I BANK, a corporation Plaintiff. I V much sickness, the March meet..

timate. J. B. Meeks Rooting .'. THE MATTER OF A TRUST vs. ing of the Bryant Academy Par.

.03 per word $LOU minimum KINGSBERRY HOMES Co., Jacksonville, Florida. PO AGREEMENT MADE BETWEENjJOHN I' BOBBY P. CAVNADY afld MARY ent-Teacher Association was helda
Cal 261-3686 or 261.3687 NEW BRICK KINGSBERRY 87057. AJlp ,.:: : j$ ROYAL TRUST COMPANY, DATED ANNE CANNADY, his Wife Defendants., week later than regularly sched

i or place ad at office I home just outside city limits APRIL 15, 1921, NOTICE OF SUIT uled.

for $350 down and balance of VANITY BEAUTY SHOP p and THE STATE OF FLORIDA

E 511 Ash Street $C5 month. Buy now and I Thrifty permanent wave, 5.95 IN THE MATTER OF AN APPLICATION TO: MARY ANNE CANNADY Meeting was called to order by
t! per OF TilE SAID THE ROY. I Post Office Box 617 Mrs. Mentona Mobley, Acting
pick out colors, tile work and Distinctive service, budget AL TRUST COMPANY FOR DI. ,, Walterboro South Carolina
Telephone 261-4686 for YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED I Chairman in the absence of President
inside arrangements. Corner prices. RECTIO.NS CONCERNING TilE INTERPRETATION
{t OF THE SAID' that a suit has been filed against you i! Lillie Favors.A .
V FOR SALECLOSEOUT lot, with City water and lots appointment tfc I 4 TRUST AGREEMENTLET and Bobby P. Cannady, in the aboveV
of trees. ------ I I' entitled cause, and: that >ou are required resolution sent out by the
FLOOR SANDING and refinish. LaIje ELEANORE (BOGART) DAVIDSON to file your answer with the
V Board of Public Instruction
of the City of Victoria, was
3I VV Clerk of the above-st>led Court and to
Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson.
OAK TREES SHADING a mas- ing. British Columbia; RACHAEL V iOG- '! serve a copy thereof upon the plain read and explained'by Mr. JamesB.
Phone 261-4609. tIe ART. of the said City of Victoria; i iMA.RY whose
tiff or plaintiffs attorneys, Bryant Principal. It pointedup
onry house with 3 bedroomsand PEARL BOGART widow of V and address John E Ro- ,
ys names is
Of 1962 .Models a family room on a corner IF YOU HAVE ,& drinking problem : Charles Francis Bogart and Execu. quemore & Gray C. Ramsaur 825 improvements which are much
trix of his estate of the of Van. i icoover.
.. lot. Sound impossible? Near City I'.arnett Hank Building. Jacksonville needed in the Nassau School System
3 Gas write Alcoholics Anonymous British Columbia. and I 2, Florida, not later than April 22nd ,;
Ranges and be had for FRANK GIBSON, Executor of' the' and it acquainted members
can Box 338, city. EL67700tfc 1963. If you fail so to do, a Decree
$500 down and about $90 per I J' tv Last Will and Testament of Ruby Pro Cocfesso will be entered against with important tasks now con
z 2 Gas Dryers : Knight Bogart. widow of John A. C.I I j you for the relief demanded in the the officials.
month. I fronting
.; Bogart of Palatka Honda within > Complaint This suit is to foreclose a':
: 20/1 OFF V MEN AND WOMEN NEEDED v'V! \ / V thirty ((30)) days after the service of i mortgage. The real property p oceed. i' "Operation Alphabet" was discussed -
V : this Summons on them inclusive of' '
p4b NEED A HOUSE right now! 3 WORK IN CIVIL SERVICENo : V :;::::, the day of such service, cause an appearance -I ed Lot against 15, NASSAU is: ACRES_ accord. I and it was revealed that

Two Used Ranges bedroom house just outside experience to be entered for them and recorded viewers
necessary, gram- : I ing to plat thereof in are faithfully keeping up
,:::, f J.
.. city limits is vacant. Move in mar school education usually : each of them to the Summons whichis Plat Book 3, page 48. of the public ;, with the lessons. Thirty-three
issued on the application of The ;
records of Nassau County
: Tremendous, Discount .oday for $60 per month. sufficient. Train now at home Copr.: LAP Service Royal Trust Company, Trustee under'' Florida. I books have been issued in our

lit Would rent to right party until fox jobs with Security. For details V a Trust Agreement made between I WITNESS my hand and the seal of S school's community.P. .
New Water Heaters John A. Calhoun now deceased, andit said Court at Fernandina '
L able to buy.PAUL send name, address, phoneno. 6E VS the said The Royal Trust Company I Florida this 18th day of BeaCh'j T. A. banners were won by

C. BURNS to NATIONAL TRAINING XN dated the 15th day of April.I 1963: V the Third Grade Mrs. Bridges
...1 Only $19.95 "Builder of Kingsberry Hom 's" : ,I'fA SORRY BOSS THE OWNER JUST V 1924, for the determination of the following : (SEAL) -S- D. 0. OXLEY i ,
(see ad in this issue) 3ERVICE, P. 0. Box 500, Green.. questions, namely* I Clerk of the Circuit Court : sponsor and by the Fifth, Sixth,
m .. 319 S. 8th St. Ph. 261-3606 wich, Connecticut. M28c INFORMED ME HE HAS CHANGED HIS (a) Whether, under the true construction I (A copy of the Complaint filed herein'i i' and Seventh Grade groups: in a

$4 HOUSE. of the Trust Agreementdated is attached to the copy of this notice I' tie Mrs. Pleasants and Mrs. Hoi-!
SUBURBAN' PROPANE MIND\ ABOUT SELLING THE II'I April 15. 1924 made between : which is mailed to each defendant ,

: GAS SERrVICE HELP I John A. Calhoun. deceased late of I II for whom residence more specific liday, sponsors.
CLASSIFIED the City of Baltimore in the State of V than a State or country was given in Mrs. Frances Holliday, Reporteri
I Maryland United States of America, the sworn statement filed herein by i I
7 South Seventh .ME DISPLAY I-- -I and V the Trustee, did the said John : the plaintiff his agent or attorne,) I i I James B. Bryant, Principal

.- Phone 26&J1= SAVE MY CREDIT PUBLIC NOTICE I PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE I A. C. Bogart and the said Charles 4t 3-21, 28. 4-4. 11 ,

rve. been ..transferred out ..of town. IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE TO CREDITORS Francis Bogart take a vested inter I
Credit dep't: says responsioie partycan I ... _: 1 I FOURTh JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IS'I I FLORID STATUTESIN I I est. not liable to be divested in the I PUBLIC' NOTICE'
DOZIER i GAY PAINT for I take over payments on my furni. : I AND I OR NASSAU COUNTY, TilE COURT OF TilE COUNTY event that they or either "of them predeceased -. Meeting At Peck HighThe
f I ture now in storage consisting of: I i ILORIDIN CHANCERY CASE JUDGE, NASSAU COUNTY, the said Henrietta A. Bogart IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
every purpose, coljSra and white. long nylon sofa (converts to bed), also i NO. IDA, IN PROIJATE. and did not leave a child each FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF American Legion Post and
; Distributor -SHIfcLL'S SWAP ; matching chair, 2 end tables & match. Service Station LV RE: In re: Estate of V I'LOR'j surviving in the Capital and accumulations TilE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN I
SHOP! 511 South 8th ing cOCktail table with margolite tops ADOPTION OF hATTIE M' V ANDERSON, of the said trust funds on the AND FOR NASSAU COUS'TL'i Auxiliary 174 of Fernandina
,_ dresser with tilting mirror, chest on I TREATIE MARIE GREEN, To All Creditors and Persons Having death of the said John A Calhoun?; CHANCERY. CASE NO. 2643 I Beach will sponsor a Building
chest full size bpokcase bed, 7 piece'dinh'lg i Available a minor, by JIM HENRY SAWYERand Claims or Demands Against Said Estate (b) If the last preceding questionis ELENORA MASING4LE THOMPSON,
3 BEDROOM HOUSE, family | rm. set, full size Admiral refrigerator V LOIS THOMPSON' SAWYER, : answered in the affirmative, did the ,Plaintiff, V Fund program Sunday, March 31,
L room concrete block fenced 1 with full width freezer. 36" his wife. lou and each of you are hereby widow of the said John A. C. Bogart vs. at Peck High School.
range in gleaming white porcelain1.i AMERICAN OIL WILL i NOTICE notified and required to present any I he having died interstate and without JAMES W. THOMPSON, I J. S. of Jackson.
back yard. 5 Points area. Phone i i This group orig. $969. Now i TO: Nathaniel Enock Green claims and demands .which you or leaving lawful issue become vested Defendant one

:. 261-4988. Allc PROVIDE TRAINING, Address Unknown either of you. may have against the with the interest in the said trust NOTICE TO DEFEND ville's leading Commanders, will
$268No GUIDANCE AND You are hereby notified that the estate of HATTIE M. ANDERSON de. fund to which the said John A. C. TO James W. Thompson be guest speaker and other special .
above.named Petitioners. Jim Henry ceased, late of said County, to the Bogart would lave been entitled had c/o Rodney Butler ,
HOUSE TRAILER with 2 rooms FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE Sawyer and Lois Thompson Sawyer, County Judge of Nassau County Flor. he survived his mother, the said Hen Eden, Georgia. guests will appear .on the
.. attached. Terms arranged. Ph. money dn., $2 25 wk. Ask forPrice's V of the City of Callahan. Florida, have ida. at his office in the court house of rietta A. Bogar?; You are hereby notified that, a suit program. ......
furniture. I filed a petition in the above.styled said County at Fernandina Beach in equity has been brought against
If ( ) answered I I
(c) question a is in is invited
; 1-5234.. tIc -NATIONAL- --- court for the adoption of the minor Florida. within six calendar months the affirmative. did the widow of the i'I you by Elenora Masingale Thompson, The public cordially
FURNITURE WAREHOUSE FOR QUALIFIED child named therein and you are required from the time of the first publicationof said Charles Francis Bogart she being 'V'in the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial to attend.
: COMPLETE OUTFIT like I 3622 Beach I'.lvd. FL 92561 I INDIVIDUAL V to show cause why the same this notice. Two copies of each the Executrix of his Last Will and Circuit, in and for Nassau County. I
Jacksonville Fla. should not be graated by serving a claim or demand shall be in Untmg. V Testament acd the sole beneficiary V Florida and you are hereby commanded !
a 12 ft. run-about .with controls, i copy of' your written defenses if any, and shall state the place of residence thereunder become vested with the I I ordered and required to file PUBLIC NOTICE
-: trailer and 35 horsepower John. I OPEN DAILY 99 SAT. 96 SUN.M28c'12-6 : Phone 'Cut I upon Mercury N Kavouklis, 24 South I'' and post office address of the claimant 1 I V interest in the said trust fund to which V your written Answer or defense to : NOTICE OF SALEI
14th Street. Fernandina Beach Flor. and shall ,be sworn to by tne the Complaint filed herein against wilt
the said Charles Francis sell to the highest and best
: s h motor, excellent condition, I I Ken Naves icu, Attorney tJr Petitioners Jmi claimant, his agent, or attorney and would have been entitled had BogartI!I you in the above entitled Court In the cash bidder, tor storage due, one 1955
: 45O. Phone 261-4610. tfc I FOR RENT : I Henry Sawyer and Lois Thompson accompanied by a filing fee of one I vived his mother the said Henrietta! office of the Clerk of the Circuit Mercury convertible, motor No.. S5S1-
lawyer, of the City of. Callahan, !'1cr: dollar, and such claim or demand notl4o A. Bogart?; Court in and for Nassau County, in 86496M, on April 12 at 10 a.m. at the
724-5804 After : Ida, and by filing the original thereof1 filed shall be void ts his office in the Courthouse in ier- .
: 'DIESAND CHILDREN'S1 J P. Justice residence on Amelia
(d) If question (a) is answered in
I with the Clerk of said Court; otherwise Annie May Cook nandina Beach, Florida, on or before .
: foam rubber handbags. Taking i THREE ROOMS and bath, newly 6 p.m.PUBLIC i a decree may be entered against As administrator of the Estate of the negative did the interest in the the 24 day of April A.D. 1963, and to Road, Fernandina .Beach P. Justice FlaJ
said trust fund which the said John
I S. 5th St. M28c you granting such adoption. HATTIE M. ANDERSON, deceas- serve a copy of such answers and de.
orders for furnished. 111 A. C. Bogart and the said Charles 3t 328 4-4. 11
now Easter. May be i isren I 1 WITNESS my hand and the seal of fenses upon Albirt C. Thompson Jr.
.. at home at' Five Points i! ---1 -'ii--- said Court at Fernandina Beach. JERCURY N. KAVOUKU9 Francis Bogart would have received Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address is
McCRANIE APIS V Florida this 14th day of March, lgb$,2LSoutn 4th Street had they survived their mother Hen. V 308 Atlantic Avenue, Fernandina PUBLIC NOTICE
: ne.xt door to Gulf Station at s- D. 0. OXLEY JT. O fox 4f2 rietta A. Bogart, or, they having pre- Beach, Florida, on or before said i
.. Fwe Points. Phone 261-5421. I 1-3 ROOM FURNISHED APT. Clerk of the Circuit Court4t I Fernandina Leach. Florida deceased their mother which tneir V date as required by the Laws of Florida NOTICE TO BIDDERS
4 I Utilities and washing machine NOTICENOTICE 3-21, 28, 4-4, Jl I Attorney J respective child would have received and the 1954 Florida Rules of I The City Commission of the City of
Allc i I if such there had been. lapse and become fail to do Fernandina Beach, Florida, will re
... I 41 328, 4-4 11, 18 Civil Procedure. If you so a
; I
-. -V -- --- -. I furnished, $8.75 week, private 01' PUBLIC SALE vested in the said Eleanore Decree Pro Confesso will be entered ceive sealed bids for the furnishingof

:' 5-PIECE DINETTU-set $18. Per- l bath. Also, beach rentals I Call NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN that I PUBLIC NOTICE .j, V NOTICE"K01ICS..T (Bogart) Davidson and Rachael V. against you for the relief demandedin lighting fixtures and electrical
I,under and ,by virtue of a certain Bogart in equal shares as the only the Complaint. I equipment for tne Municipal BallV
$ fftt cqndition. Phone 261.3391.I W. I. McCranie, 261-4642Mf no 'Final Decree of Foreclosure made 'IX TilE CIRCUIT COURT, IV AND-L CREDITORS surviving crularen of Henrietta A. You are further notified ..thatbe Paik Specifications and details thereof -

: : r.:.: M2Sc1 answei j&ll Mrs. Long, 2C1- ana entered by the Honorable George I i fIN FOR- NASSAU COUNTY.. .FLORlD V STATUTES Bogart; and for such further or i,V nature of said suit .U Divorce. The are on file at the City Hall Fer
I.each. Florida
C. United States District V other directions as to the Court
may name of the Court in which this suit
;: 9035. : ,Judge United States District Court, II I NORTH ,AMERICAN .ACCEPTANCES!. 5f 'TUE'CO'CRT OF THE COUNTY seem proper and let a copy of the : lu<5 been instituted is, Circuit Court, Bids shall be returnable on or before -
ANTIQUES,. GLASSWARE tabfcs -J Middle District of Florida Jacksonville CORPORATION, a corporation. *- I JUDGE, NASSAU COUNTY, FLOat.I Affidavit of George F Publicover, : Fourth Judicial Circuit Nassau Coun- 7:30 P.M. on April 10, 1963 and

a restaurant'tables' flairs FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED Division, on th 9th day of I I i Plaintiff *'*',I.IDA, IN PROBATE. 4 upon which the Summons has been I ity, Florida, and the abbreviated title 'the City Commission- reserves the
: March. A D. 1963. and recorded in vs.JOhN I In re: Estate of issued without exhibits be served i of this case is Thompson vs. Thompson right to reject any or all bids and to
$5-$6. 40" grill (gas) $40, on- I apt, upper or lowef, 432 N, Duvai: County, Florida in V a cause F. SIKES and AUDREY SIXES, i SADIE ELLA DECKER, Deceased.To with this Summons. It is hereby ordered that this : accept the bid which in the opinion of
3rd. Phone 261-4945 after 5. I therein .pending being docket number I I' his wife, and TilE CITIZENS BANK All Creditors and Persons Having week said City Commission is in the best
ginally $J1Q; 3-eYIJ coffeemaker, 1, OF FOLKSTOV. GEORGIA. DATED this sixth day of February, Notice shall be published once a
j interest of said of Fernandina
I Claims Demands Said Es. City
Ob8 QvUJ. wherein General Mills. or Against A. D. 1963. for four (4)) consecutive weeks in the I
.. $10, bakery bun tack, $35./9 1 A4p Inc. is Plaintiff and ien: C. Grunig I{!i Defendants. ,tate: (Sgd.) CainREGISTRAR Fernanditta Beach News Leader, a Beach: Florida.
a.m 12 noon. 261-3203 or ; and Mildred H. Urunig, his wife et ? SUIT You and each of you are hereby : newspaper of general circulation in 1 J. CLAYTON SANDERS
., V !I NICE, FOU'R ROOM unfurnished I al. are Defendants, I, as United .1 THE STATE OF FLORIDA notified and required to present any (Sgd.) L. Me E. Ritchie said Nassau County in Fernandina Acting City Auditor and Clerk
: M28p States Marshal of the United State : clauns and demands which you, or J.S.C. Ch. D. Beach. Nassau County. Florida I 1 City of Fernandina Leach, Florida
-,- I apt with garage, for couple. District Court Middle District of STONe GEORGIA either of you, may have against the This Summons was taken out by WITNESS my hand and as Clerk of ;lit 3-28
90 X 130 SHADED LOT in Pi. Jacksonville will You are hereby notified that a fut estate of Sadie Ella Decker, deceased.
Phone Mrs. D. A. Kelly, 261- I Florida, Division at Gilbert McGloan and Gillis. Solicitorsfor said Circuit Court of Nassau County,
rites: Cove Gr McGegor 8872. tIc l1'M oV'Tk AM. on '$e 22nd day of has been filed against you in the abo''f.entitled -I Lite of said County to the County the above named The Royal Trust I Florida and the seal of the said PUBLIC NOTICE
and that
corner gor cause; you are hereby I
I April. 1963. at theMain Front door Judge of Nassau County, Florida at Company. I Court at Fernan'dina teach Nassau-
and Ohio Av s. Curbs I ... ue k/art Huuse in Fernandina required to file jour answer with t..e V his office ir.: the court house of said County Florida on the 19th day of NOTICE UNDER THE FICTITIOUS
FURNISHED DOWNSTAIRS j beach, Florida offer for sale at pub I Clerk of this Court and to serve a. 'County at Fernandina Beach, Florida The personshereby summoned may V March 1963. I NAME LAW
and and '
gutter on city sewer. copy thereof upon the plaintiff or plaintiff appear hereto by entering an
i' appear. V
lic outcry and will sell to the highest within six calendar mohths from s- D. 0. OXLEY Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
i I &000. Paone 261.4851 after APT. 2 2bedrooms, private entrance bidder for cash, the property mention. s attorney whose name and addressis the time of the first publication of ance either personally or by a solicitor Clerk of the Circuit Court pursuant to "Hctitious
Phone 261-4227 ed in said Decree and described as : GOLDMAN, PRESSER & LEWib : this notice. Each claim or demand with the Registrar of the Supreme
bp.m.kg garage. ; 397 First Uank & Trust Building Court, Fredericton New Brunswick, V in and for Nassau County Name Statute" House Hill No. 1173,
,. tfc follows: Jacksonville 2, Florida i I shall be in writing and shall state at Fernandina leach: Florida. Chapter No. 20953, Laws of Florida,
V V VV The East Half of the Northeast the place of residence and post office artf delivering a copy to Gilbert, Mc
Jr. 1941Io'W
with the
-sAlbin C Thompson register Clerk of
I ,
BEAUTIFUL OAK I not later than ,12th cay cf April I&L moan and Gillis solicitors for the V
S CHEST Q'i'le of the Northeast Quarter V address of the claimant and shall be Attorney for Plaintiff, the Circuit Court in and for Nassau
If you fail to do so, decree pro conS above named The Royal Trust Company
UPPER LECK APTS. Complete. of Section 18. Township 1 South. gworr to by the claimant his agent
.Jt jnust be seen to appreciate. OU. i fesso will be entered against you lot I' at 22 King Street Saint J6hn I 308 Atlantic Avenue, County, Florida upon receipt of proofof
u. V *i Last, Nassau COunty. or attorney $nd any such claim or V
Fernandina Beach, Florida. publication of this notice, the fie-
fashioned oak table. ly furnished including TV tue reliet demanded in the complaint. New Brunswick.
parlor Florida. I oemand not so filed shall be void. 11
I The of said for i 4t 3-21, 28, 4-4, '! titicus name, ).wit:
., SlIIELL'S SWAP SHOP, 511South Phone 261-3118. tIc which property shall be sold subjectto 1 foreclosure nature of .siu the being follow. i Douglas Win. Decker NOTE: If the persons summoned or I i D &: M iulf; Service
the liens and mortgages of the mortgage on As. administratrator of the Estate of any of them do not enter an appear i Under which we are engaged id
i 8th St. Duval Farmers Federal Credit Union, ing described property situate in Nas I Sadie Ella Decker ceased ance within the time and in the manner !r PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE t[business
FURNISHED APT. block from sau County Florida, to-wit:
K Thos. J. Jr. above
a corporation. as the same appearsof Sha\e. mentioned such order will We are engaged in business at 300
auX A HOMESITE on the Nassau -' Post Office, electric kitchen record vt Mortgage Hook 263. page: 'Lot: 41 01 J. P. Page's Callahan Sab- I Attorney for Administrator be made and proceedings taken as UNDER. THE FICTITIOUS V Atlantic Ave., Fernandina Beach, Ha.
: Hook 3
: Plat
ivlson. 20. V NAME LAW
511 of the Official Records of Nassau page cur I First publication March 28. 1963 the Judge think and
may Just exped" 'I
That the interested
only parties InV
River Beautiful!
feign entrance. Phon 281. records of County
rentpul.ic Nassau that the
private I Notice is hereby giyen undersigned
4t 18
Florida. U
3-28 4-4. ,
i County. ana Mortgage ba.S V said busmen enterprise are C. CMc-
afld'{ dry lots at Nassauville.! 4341 or 261-5185. tfc 273. page 211 of the Official Recordsof i orida_ V ient.NOTE: This Summons be I pursuant to "Fictitious Kendree and Wilson Davis.
WITNESS my hand and seal of said may Name Statute House Bill No. 1175,
Others with waterfront privil. Nassau County Florida, respec. Court at Fernandina Beach, Nassau PUBLIC NOTICE served personally. or by substituted Chapter No.V 20953, Laws of Florida I 14t 3-14,21,28,4-4

a Small down DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT: tively.s. County Florida this 12th day of service upon an adult person in the 1941, will register with the 'Clerk of
John E. McGuire, Sr.
TS. p IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOURTH household of of the ,above named
March. 1963. the Circuit Court in and for Nassau PUBLIC
: fcjrras to suit. Phone yment"l I Unfurnished. Corner of 4th and U. S. Marshal of the United '/s/ D 0 OXLEY I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, parties and shall be published oncea I County Florida upon receipt of proofof
States District Middle
.. Ellis, POpular 5-2Cl. Jacksonville Calhoun Street, across street District of Florida. Jacksonville CLERK CIRCUIT COURT IAND FOR NASSAU... COUNTY. week for two consecutive weeks In publication of this notice, the fictitious I OF LEGISLATION
i LV CHANCERY a newspaper having general circulation TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN,
"' (SEAL) name to-wit:
: i/c from school ,(St. Joseph's Aca. Division4t 4t 314. 21. 28. 4-4 I CASE NO. 2641 in the County of Nassau, State of D & II GARBAGE* PICKUP I notice is hereby given of intention to
demy). Phone 2G1-4200: or 261. 3-21, 28, 4-4, 11 MILTON L. TODD, Florida. United States of America : Under which we are engaged in apply to the 1W3! Legislature for passage
1 LAnGE --- Plaintiff directed to John A. C. Bogart or the ; business.We I of a bill whereby House hill 454
SHADED LOTS at Amelia 3800 tIc PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE vs.BARBARA Executor or Administrator of the estate are engaged in business at Five Chapter (1-2154, and House Bill 458.

0 100 X 145. $10 down, $10 MCKLESS MEYER TODD, of John A. C. Bogart or his nextof I I Points, Fernandina Beach t1a.I Chapter 612155, will be amended to

month. Call FRESHLY PAINTED UNDER FICTITIOUS OF SALE V Defendant.V .kin. Appearance to be entered by I That the only parties interested in require a referendum vote.
per Howard Hammtmd | NAME LAW Notice Is hereby given that pur. NOTICE OF SUIT him or them within 30 days after the said business enterprise are Coirway IH Sen. Harry O Stratton
w 2613733. t?: I TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED suant to a Final Decree of Foreclos' V THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: date of last publication of this notice.2t V: Davis, Jr. and Dykes Brannan. HI Rep. Claude E. Wingate4t
I Notice is hereby given that the undersigned tire entered ic cause numbered 2615 BARBARA NICKLESS MEYER TODD 3-23.4.4 4t 3-28, 4-4, 11, 18 Mar* 7-IH1.2I
E apt, private entrance. 421 N. pursuant to' "Fictitious in the Circuit Court of Nassau County i 15010 Edgmore Street. I -- .- --- ---- -
THBEE BEDROOM MASONRY 3rd. tfc Name Statute' House Bill No. 1175. Flonda. I will sell the property San Leandro California. I

14 hflme. Air conditioned, beauti. i Chapter No. 20953, Laws of Florida. situated in Nassau County, Florida V. You are hereby notified that a Com ,
fill 1941 will register with the Clerk ot 1 described as : 1 plaint for Divorce has been filed V
with 1
.: llot, $10,800 $400 TWO BEDROOM apt. upstairs, the Circuit Court in and for Nassau AU vf that certain parcel of land I against you and you are required to ,

Approximately $6$ down'l furnished. All electric kitchen. County. Florida upcyi receipt of proofof situate and being in the City of serve a copy of your Answer or Plead I

: Phone 261-5269 or 2613230. tic I publication of this notice. the fICtitious Fernandina lleacn (formerly name I ing to the Complaint on the Plaintilfs 1I i '
i name, to-wit. ed lernandinai in the County of Attorney THOMAS O. HALL. 11 North I
: TWO NEW BRICK three bed iI I Nassau Farm, Supply Nassau and State cf Florida and I Fourth Street. Fernandina Reach: I' Up To Quality I Ii
.. room. den IVj bath homes, 150 TWO. BEDROOM FURNISHED Under which we are. engaged in known and described upon and according I Florida, and file the original Answer I II ,
I' bt:. neS5. \* I to the Official Plat of said in the Office of
j or Pleading the Clerk
1: beach round
: jbok frontage. $11,950 with $500 I apt. on year $60 We are eagaged ia. business on City (as lithographed and issued i of the Circuit Court of Nassau Coon- t: i| Use Premium Jersey

-> FHA or VA. |i mo. Howard Hammond, 261- State Road 2iX, \\est of Yulee, Flor- by the Florida: Railroad Company ty. Florida* on or before the 25th day I

I I! 3733.V tfc'SMALL idaThat in 1857 and enlarg d, revised and of April A. D. 1963. Herein fail'not or'(
: the parties interested I' Milk. Your J JS4
V only m reissued by the Flonda Town Improvement Decree Pro Confesso will be entered J Family ,
: ATTENTION VETS: Nice ,3 bed. !I'I UNFURNISHED house !i saidbusiness, enterprise are' Kenneth Company in 1887 and assin.-;; )ou for the relief demandedin r ,
Claxton and William. 'orde. Jr. 1901) as the Southof Lot 7, in The Complaint
: :f fpm home just outside town. for rent. 1310 Franklin St. Call i 4t V V 9-7, 14. 21, 28 Block 65. The nature of said suit being for; Deserves The Best"HOLLY

N Chain link fyice. $8,400, $400 for further information. L at public sale. to the highest and best divorce. >
V 261-5277 I bidder for cash. at the front door of Witness my hand and official seal ,
;jjfiwn month.
: tIc PUBLIC the Nassau County Courthouse in I as Clerk of the Circuit Court of Nassau -I ,
,t4f John T, Ferreira & Son TO CREDITORS lenmndina Beach. Florida between County, at Fernandina Beach.

5$ Atlantic Ave. Phone 261-557J two BEDROOM unfurnished I FLORIDA' STATUTESIN ,11 1963.:00 a.m., and 2:00 p.nu on April 8, I !Florida:& this 20th day of March A. 1), I -

....- i house. THE COURTTUE COUNT. I (Court Seal) .s. D. 0 OXLEY 1 (SEAL) -s- D. 0. OXLEY I
.. KATZ & KATZ '
for County
now Spring Complete 1 furnished In re: Estate of
TWO ROOM apartment 126 West Adams Street THOMAS (;. HALL
: stock, colors and white, for tr '* Mary ceased.(Mollie) Hardee Thompson De Jacksonville 2, Florida ... Attorney for Plaintiff S Freshness Nutritiousness Deliciousness

.. every kind of paint job.SHIELL'S SA3LMAN To All Creditors and Persons Hiving AttorneyIt II North Fourth Street t I
.. ,H. F. 328 jteroandma Beach. Flonda.
SWAP SHOP 511 Ciaims or Demands Against Said Es-
PhONE 251-3221 Ute: 4t 321. 28. 44. II ,

: South 8th St.. ----!! -- You and eaeh of you are hereby, PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE
.. -- --- rtttified and required to present any PUBLIC NOTICE
M CHOICE LOT for sale, excellent claims and demands which you. or TO BIDDERS I HOLLY HILL DAIRY"ONLY
: neighborhood. 112'1:x136, paved I euner of you may haag J1St the The City Commission of the City of INVITATION FOE BIDS
i estate of Miry MoUie) Hardee Fernandina each.: Florida. will .receive l 1 Sealed bios WTII ce accepted in the I
.. street Foot of 19th Street at I I Thompson deceased. late of said sealed bids Losthe funusi&ig.ftoifke! of the State Forester Florida
.. Ash. Price, $4OpK( Phone 2613147. COOK Surf .I County to the County Judge of Nassau of one ,Ill irrigation system ,for an Forest Service Tallahassee. Florida I INDEPENDENT DAIRY SERVING FERNANDINA BEACH"I

--: Y2SC Motel and .Restaurant Phone County. Florida, ;t tis office in Eighteen (1$) hole golf course sei3i7\ Until 11:30: A.M.. EST, April 22. 1963. ,
"- I. the court house of said County itFercanoma automatic fairways and automatic!ifcr the lump sum of an estimated
I 261-5711. M28c Beach. Flonda. within sue greens and tees hydraulically -,333,000. Board Feet of
operated sawiimber (Inifefnational -1 I WOULD LIKE TO TRY
N BOAT'JUY OF TilE YEAR"- calendar months from the time of to be installed at the Municipal Seal?) and 428 cords of : NAME: ....____._..._...._.___. .._..__
: plywood runabout, elec 40 hp, i WAITRESSES WANTED. Apply I the first publication of this notice. Two copies cf each claim or demand Fercandina Beach. Florida. Specifications on Gary State Forest V
Firebird Truck. U. S. Duval County, i HOMOGENIZED
: full controls, speedometer trail Lannops I shall be in-.Titin:, and shall state the and details thereof are oa file flo'tda.Jndders. I ADDRESS: __.______.____. .._......__--.
er, all real clean. 1st $650 takes 17, North of Yulee. Phone 225- place of residence and post office ad. at the City Halt Fernandina teach, I win be required to post 'a i 2. PASTEURIZED V ,

U 5149. tie : dress: of the claimant, and shall be Florida. r Cashier's Check in the amount of i .. .
j it 261-1246. 3. CHOCOLATE MILK (Not ChocoI .. .... .
t tIc -V I sworn,, to by the claimant, their agent Bids shall be returnable at or 'be $153 60 as bid bond. Minimum acceptaftle -- ---

.. i., ittoniey and ccompanied.by) a fore 7:30 PMon April 10 1S63 tod bid is $10.100.00. A. Surety HOed late Drink) '
.. CAMPING TRAILER with as es, filing fee o* ue tioHar:: and such claim the City Commission reserves the M 4ae amount A 10 percent of the bid i ,PHONE: .--. --- .......-..._-._.....
Phone 261-5801 MISCELLANEOUS: or aen-una EM. sa filM.d v,Kd.S right to reject any or all bids and to puce is required cf the successful' V ,
: sories. Al8c LOIS T: REID accept the bid which jn the opinion (4 1.aierllie 5. CREAM S ": MAIL TO: HOLLY HILL DAIRY
As Admmistratric cum testamenioacntxo said Oty Commission U in the test \ florida Form Service 1 : <
: IT"nT FIBERGLASS! of the Last Will and Testa I of said 6. CHURNED BUTTERMILK I Rt. 3 Box 612
BOAT, LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY with interest of Fernandinateach the right to reject any or all bids. ; V

'a trailer, 58A Mercury 45 h.p Dez-A-Diet tablets. A full V men Thompson tiE- Mary deceased.(Mollie) Hardee, .' : J.., CLAYTON Florida. SANDERS V. Interested' BucnnaUon< parties bying may obtain Florida complete (Only Churned Buttermilk In Fern: :,, V:- Jacksonville,' Florida

; motor. $550.. V See. at 60* North week supply ,only 98c at?Lockwoodj -I First publication March 7. ISC.T : .: Acting City .Auditor and Clerk ..Forest .Serv'.ce, Forest Management andina _Beach) V < .Ph. PO-5-6100 '
I tutt, ,'. Shas e. Jr.. Ally. ct Fen&n&oa Florid .
14th St. Phone 261-4558. COy Beach. Tallahassee Florida. V
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Drugs. '
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Pine Ten News-Leader, Feraandina Beach_ ,. Florida. Thursday, March. 28, 1963 '- '-, -

t -'The Department of, Education's :.r t 4Y.fi q. !; '... ..IIDC. I they attain their 'happiest and; ling, camping and other recrea
f non;political\ F.1orida.1iQOI Bul i 11-" '- .. I most wholesome hours when, far encouraged. Reforestation
' letin'is sent, out quarterly to spme A. il I I'from. the restless crowd After and timber management are in
A CAPITOL RAT ER 14,490 persons mostly teachers. ( l t all, most of them leave-the populous .no way interrupted. .
tk j S.tlt ;
The Florida School Bulletin; off s; (i city during a, weekend!r in I For, example a landowner in

BY JERRY MOCK ten contains non-political. state' order to take their outing Florida had some idlg land which
,_ ments or stories.by State Supt of: : siiEs.Umsct: "Multiple use" describes te ef he planted in pines, itself a good
TALLAHASSEE Thi.\ is. JL I There a.r peo ple.1 ..'i b Ct J9Im.at! ; ,), Public Education, Tom Bailey. 1 forts of and I investment But his land
non-political story about non. do business with the Secretary of Ttr't-1 ; public agencies \priv. through
I Sometimes (but not very often) '1k; s it <'j I' I4 I, ate landowners to encourage gooduse I ran a. small stream. By building
political information sent out+ State, explains his office. Attorneys Florida's wide open spaces are I
I it does notOne of lands and resources. I. a lake, the owner came into an
to file. charters, still wide 60 cent'
mainly persons not interestedin corporation ( open. Why per I I
politics around the state. etc. of th more, iaoi -political' ,,I xt't cf the, Sunshine. State is still forest The commercial logger and,,additional source of revenue. He
1 communications. enterprises is thv now charges fishermen $1.00 per
; land pulper know the forest as, a
Florida I
The. subject came up recently I A non-political Market television series "Gore ens m z k of I day to fish, and in season duck-
ie source material. The tree
when Tom' Bulletin out t\\ice i But the Florida 'outdoorsman
Adams, Secretary cf monthly.
goes 1 '
.I fiction which, the hunters token to hunt.
tales aloQ1 aj,; farmer and farmer know pay a sum.
$tate, stated sending,. out hi to some: .30,000: farmers. ilt ll I i is, nq different from any. other: : gum
various the state.
agencesof His
; government their-trees for "customers" fun
monthly nelett rs, admittedly state It contains a, npn-poKiui} He. wants more outdoors.. Or at a profitable return. I ban their
flon-poJitical ia i nature. to some :I column by Commissioner.. of Agriculture shown on Education TV I 1 1 J least, -he wants to keep. as. much j! But to the outdoorsman the for'est ',I taking the fish and gam$. The
10, ta 12,000 persons, mostly at : Doyle, Conner.) This cols stations. :|II I as he now has 'He shudders. tq $ is an opportunity .for, his landowner has a sideii which
Some of the non political pjp-., cherished .': makes it easier to h ts, land
: pursuit Tgetting pa?
torneya, private employment agency umn aso 14 sent to weekly news- grams .far..have been tljinki} what the population explos-: i,
so concern taxes. Needs and
ol of
away the hum-drum owner usermeet
of Th Farm iqn do favorite a
operators, supervisors registrajion papers. no .poJiticaJ} may soon to his
ing the Securities.' Commission, j
members the legislature Market Bulletin contains mostly haunts as oncoming extra mil- workaday world. equitably.
Department Pubjic) Safety
and the press. agricultural information. J lipns also hear the call of the Many state and national for* Through multiple ue. the blue.
.. and. the staff of Gov. Farris Bryant .
---- wild.i ests are proving the soundnessof gill bream and the bobwhite may

former.j j I i I Picnickers, campers, swimmers, the "multiple use" concept now be listed as by-predacts of a
The aide"host is to'John Evans who, still I "40 POUNDS OP TROUBLE:; showing .Sunday and, Monday hunters, and fishermen aren't by timber is taken out, but in-season II Florida pine forest just as
keeps press his finger in the pot in anoffice at the. Ilan Theatre is showjTgettipg a. lecture, from i i nature- anti. -sot'ial. It's just that hunting is permitted, and fish surely as pulp and paper.
NOTICETO t : ------- -
just b:''w the ores he Ml Tony Curtis, $tar ofrth movie.i -- .- ...- .- '. -. oj -
under Bryant Evans has joined a r
private corporation and, is wonting -1 i

on Cold War, Education.One At The/ ( h IJ.t

: HOMESTEADERS: of the. Government. in, Ac > ,'urCn.es.. ';. l 5,
tion series, told about. Bryant ( I5\i
first two years in, office and included I
Rev. E. A. Lewi"l'asto'r OP CHRIST
It i is a State Law that each Homesteadersign two Capitol news reportera 19:00 am. __ Sunday School
as questioners.'This gave the, Hubert Gibson..JJinister
11:00 a.m. Worship Service,..1 _, 10.00 A.JL
Bible} Study
a particular nonpolitical
',a Renewal.Application for program 6:30 C. A.. Youth Service ;
: ; \ aura, I p.m. j I Worship i Service 11:00- A.M.
7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service .._ .
Evening Service. 7 p.m.
Evans points out Bryant; will
the each andeveryyean. Thursday mid week service
Homestead Exemption
: Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m.
be seen in only four of.tb 23 I 7:30. I .
p.m. .
it it it
The Forms Government in Action programs. if *
were ,
All cabinet members: except State 'ST. PAUL'S. LUTHERAN
Comptroller Rip Green and CHURCH,
(mailed: the first of January to every per' Adams have appeared on the program i J. W.CHURCH%en, Pastor, Amelia' City Near Intersection

945 __ _.. Alai
; a.m. Sunday School
who claimed Homestead
: son Exemption Brant.does. not send, out a 1100; ajn, ....-.Morning: Worship ,A..F. Gerbhardt! ,Pastor-. t
newsletter. With one,. eye pointed 630; p.m. Training Union gOO amnMorning Service
last year. These forms must, be signed; toward Adams officer, Evans sad! 730; pan. ,.__/ Evening Worship 9:00:, a.m. Sunday' School'
the governor's'office discarded Wednesday service. 7:30( it I \i
and returned on or before,, April I 1st. the idea because it wouud be "aT p.m.. CHURCH OF GOt *: \ ,,, It s
most a full time job" and "the ,:: ;
it *
Cor.4th and Cedar Sts.
cost of preparing, and. mailing itis
We urge you to cooperate with us, on, this as npt in the governor's office ST.'PETER'S EPISCOPAL fyv. L. Marvin Johnson, Pastor

we have been given notice by the State Auditing budget," CHURCHLay Phpnft 261-3S07 I V :

Department in Tallahassee that the applieation&must Bryant, did.hare, weekly radjo Paul Burns Leaders Lawrence 1000.a.m. ._ Sunday School. ... T
"Ask the Governor" for George 11:00 _. Service . .
be,; signed, therefore we have no alternativeif program Ralph Wood a.m. Morning :Y:
a' brief period. Evans, said_ stations Y?E. Friday Evening 7:30 .m. '- -' -
in the office ( Pp
we do not have the application, by 1 730 a.m. .... Litany and Sermon : ; -
which canted the ._. _
t:30 Service
April 1st, but to strike: those from the Homestead 10:00: a.m. Morning. Prayer andSermon pjtu
paid duplicating .
roll* This is your benefit. It Will not cost you l Probably the most nonpoliticalof Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30 -.

anything to sign this application but it will toot all is the 1,000 or so "Digestof 11:15 a.m. Church School p.m.TABERNACL .
it it, 6 '
you CflDperation.in taxes. if you do not. We appreciate' your f ice Opinions"of Atty. sent Gen. out Richard by the Ervin.f t- 7:30 p.nu Adult Journey Classes, In ; $- BAPTIST, Imagine ME; with an ALL Electric Home!

That accounts for most of the
Thursday and Bible Amelia. Road Phone 261-34S7
Litany Study :
nou-politfcaj) periodicals, pit out at
There are many. who have, not signed,. if you the cabinet level. The offices uf, 7:30 p.ra. Rev, Loyd Chambers, Pastor Why dream about' it 'lady: ? You can make that!.fUlure.ELECTRICITY 4 .

.ateuone of these, again we urge you to help J us' Green and State Trcasjrcrinsur it Sunday ,School 10, a.m is your
ance Commissioner Edwin Larson GOOD SHEPHERD EPISCOPAL. Morning Worship -_ 1.1. a.m. total electric kitchen /a reality now-for pennies a better way
and yourself by taking care of this now. say they put out no-new etter. CHURCH Evening. Worship ? p.m. to cook

Other out Neil, Gray, Vicar You'll lift out of life with
agencies put non-' Wednesday Service ,, 7 p.m. day. get a new appliances. ,
political information; much, of it 8:50: a.m... Holy Communion 6 ,' *. .

E. N. IMENDREE within the agencies themselves. Morning Prayer CHURCH, OK GOD OF and. planned, storage! ,, space." Preparing bigmealsisr i ( .
Some other agencies, such as, the *. # PROPHECYRev. : s User
foe ..: Development Commission, put out MEMORIAL METHODIST. much easier. d..faster with Reddy's help cFlorida. -
i :Tax Assessor, Nassau County considerable non-political, infor- QHWICH ST H. 0. Drury, Pastor

1<0 .. mation to such as the tourist in- John, L Jones, pastor 10:00": a.nv _, ,-,_.. Sunday School

.-.. .. -. _. dustry. 10:00: a.m. Sunday School ,1J:00 ajn. ___.Morning'Service
-- ---- 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 7:30. pjn.. .Evangelistic.. Service Public Utilities Co.
tf1.! ,$' \f. .,.... ,,"'". W "' >., .,,,--.-.....,..... r-i. ,!,f.. 1ljr ,f. 615; pan. _. MYF Supper & Pro'- W.M.B. .
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r'J.II" ..;.". 'f'' 1S. Ht. a-, .y.' ":., ,. "'" ... <... 'f. .., .,. .' grams 7:30 p.m. Wednesday V.D.B.'Young
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DR ro. Rev. Ran Humphreys, Pastor SPECIALS
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L? pULL 9j45; a.m. Sunday School

{ u r 11JOO a.m. Morning Worship !I ,

e, 'veer R !r' ;QMINMIQNl; 7:00 8:00: p.ra.pjn. __ Evening...._Worship B.T.U. M CHASE & SANCORSI 1: lb. can 48c

t.:";" G'-..r. T L t. ''.,. afcER-. v' I' 7:30 p.m Mid.Week Wednesday Services FOO1' FAIR t, !1. !E tb. ccn I .'. 38c

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> FRONT Rer. A. Z. Knight, Pastor Giant
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: Sunday School 9:45: 1Lm. frmrrV'

+. 4 ALIGNMENT q J lQNLY': Training Morning Union Worship -7:00 11 a.m j I IA Grin MERCHANTS Stamps 1 i
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l'y'k Retumed.to original :-' ,-7, J Evening; Worship 8:00 p.m. 'i E 58. C g With the Purchase of 15 Oz. Reg.

manufacturers! specifications, IYe&< Night Prayer ,; g or Hard to Hold White Rain I
Meeting. 8. p.m. I KJIH
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J... i. '429 South 6t6 Street 604. 5.00 Food Order I"
1-J.1.,.:.. f\ I) Rev.: John' O'Neil, Pastor, Atlqnliq Ave.. ', =
Sunday Services \
t "f. i .. : ANY AMERICAN l 10.00.A.M _: Sunday School .1mO Produce Specials K MERCHANTS r 1 '''
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,, \ r; MADE CAR 11:00 AJL Morning Worship, Stamps
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W' : p.m. B.T.U. .
\ Replacement' \ With the Purchase of
BRAKEABUTMENT I. ; parts if needed 7:00 P.M. Men's. Prayer.: Service I" c .. I Bananas Ib. 1 lOc Economy Size
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\ 7:30, m, evening Worship I
I/\ r sand torsion bar p I 100 FREE i

"'i; f' adjustment 7OQ.Tuesday< p-m.:: Visitation :i I 5' Celery, Stlk lOc 1 i' BAN DEODORANT

F"1 on all 4 wh els't; not Included it i At Our Regular low Prices

l! :1 fluid. Included If needed \ t\:\ ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC. I i I i Mw14t.qItiIMpAt: Radishes, ?kg. 5c FfeyLlfcSii4M, EXPIRES 4-3-63 -G

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Sunday Mass 2nd, 4th )c:::>
f z 3 DAYS ONLY Sunday- 7:30 a.m.! I LIMIT 1. PER.fAMilY, .r EASTER
-t j!f:*::' \. Sunday, Mass _._.,._.., 1st, 3rd '. WITH,$100 FOOD- ,ORDE2. ,. ; 8' MERCHANTS \,{
U ; 5th Sunday, 11:30 ajn. 1 : Exrtaes; 3-10-0 E 1: BASKET Green Stam Pt s
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( 0 Saturday Convent Chapel CANDIESDllC
) : Just 6:30 Communion in Convent I v Family Size Colgated I
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If); .. .. .I. .._ _' 6:30 P.M. Young People' TOOTHPASTE :
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r :I :;. '. ."'- f.t' RITE SHORTENING 3 Ib. 58 '
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TresonsNEWTR.EADSAPPLIED Rev. J, Dunnam Pastor LIMIT; ONE WITH: $5.00 FCOD ORDER L\$ .

,. ON SOUND TIRE BODIES.OR On.YOUR OWN TIRES' Sermon: A.M. "Back to Bethel" ;

P.M. Rev. Paul, Carmichael.I HAMS SWvt..39c Bun.'Cu.t. 45c lb.t :
i WHITEWALLS-ANY: SIZE. : opens revival I {. '

l Narrow or Wide Design, Worship Services: : 83M? '1 ; .' MERCHANTS Grfti Sb+4pt \

{ Tubeless: .or,Tub..ty y; 4.fo. 11:00UL 730 PJt a Smoked Slob BACON 29c a V/ith the Purchase of II
Sunday School 9:45 1 Ib. Can bziarme V/hrfe Ubel
Our Nfu Tftodi. idtntijitd.byMtddlio thop.mvk ere ] J JO Training Union .- _. 6:15 A.M.1' o ,
Uq AN.TEED Prayer Service Wednesday I 2.' ,ns OR, MORE I. COFFEE i ;
1. dr6utdefeeb, 1 It, riyMB ki BuUritk Joriac lift ftl btnL .
w > u4 7:30'P. *.
r i.Acaiiut monul road huirdt (except rrp.inbe! paactam) euoaa. 4 94ft At Our RaguJar low Prices
tat.4 ererpdq puaenpt w as.for 12 aosUu.k off, off IPFrozen I Cube Sfeoks 89c CXPIRC8
Xe |M mcftU Prated M trod waur u4 bueit M M prices cttrat !: ( ), 31 :
tt rim. of tdaatmat ST. PETER CLA YEn'S : .. .. _
Plus tax and 4 trade-In tires CHURCH. ; Y '

i Sunday Mass .. .:- 1st 3rd, 5th i' z r ... t t f/IIIIIff! >,. i i
:i:1 Sunday.: -r 7:20 ajn. FlEE : 1 llll1J.WIIIII//lIIIIIIf/ff1f1JI"[ 1 8. -
dun day Mass .._..._.., 2nd, 4th j I ) 50-- is' i II 8., ; t : .25' MERCHANTS l fe .

Sunday ___ 11:30 &.lilt o .... .. Stamps j HMF ?!. 1 Greet Stamps !
TV it t WA tf* Purchase of 59< S.ze! 13 I I With the Purchase of With the Purchase of I

1 3 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN lady fir-V4_ Three_layer M21 Oz.1 : ) Ib, Quarters A/I SweetMARGARINE g r lady fit Fresh Baked 18. I

; IJT. John Dopier, Pastor, I :

Sermon: "The Judgment 1 '. .' At Out Regular tow P ices h' At.:Our ReguUr low Prices, At Our Regular lew Pike .
qodWpp ..E/p'.R'l"-fJ. Q EXPIREe 43.6,1, '" Wf .. 43-43 I I; :
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l n&Atlantic i Avenue Mione 2 t-4482' Sunday School' &:45 L..J JJllIllJJlJffjfJJlffJllit1_ ;
Youth Meetings __-I. 6:00: .