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: April 4, 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: UF00079912:00014
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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.,'Over_. A Century 'w 4 j 4 Your...Best. Medium, .

Of Service rnanb ieach :_ .1 For Local NeWs* '.

,.IrvNassau County tita a Yt And AdvertisiTufSince

1S3S Absorbed. by Purchase.Mercer or Succession. The Florida News, The East Floridian The Peninsula The ternanoina courier, rne Island City FeraarKrna. Uese ever. Fernandina Express The Fernandina News, The Honda Mirror, The Nassau County: Star, The News, The Feraandina Record,
,.: Fttnandina News-Record. Nassau County Leader. The Outlook. The }'lo ida-Georg1a News, The hman J-, News The Buccaneer ; _.,
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b//'n t Stratton And Wingate Named To Importanti.ob

< Committees; Move To Abolish City of Boulougne

a I The 1963 session of the Florida

y w r = Hr.: xb r r 'I morning Legislature and Nassau's began legislators Tuesday I I i' Ivccaneer TrailTraffic ate'c'_ ] :T' 'S
;Jtthe twinkling of an eye the pulled down quite a number of _

life of a fine young man was ,. t fv It i important, committee appoint-
snuffed, out early Sunday morning ments.!, ,
.on a local street and with it ''
went*a number of of
years preparation Op Over 1962Traffic
for a responsible position At press time today a telephone I

.with a large firm and the potential conversation with Senator j
of a successful future. It i over the Buccaneer
Stratton in Tallahassee revealed I
(svt.nice! thought to even suggest ,that Trail during March was well up 1
the bill to abolish
that anyone should have to over that of a year ago, with an
witness the aftermath of the Boulougne had passed both, increase of 3,973 revenue vehicles.
wreck that took his life but I houses of the Legislature. Governor I This year's figures showed'?9- a
can't help but wonder if some Farris Bryant has report 028 revenue vehicles as compared !

other life might have been saved edly announced that he is in I to4 25,055 during March of last '
if they had viewed what year. :
can hap
accord with the bill and will I
I Ferry traffic the
pen when cars are driven at ex. across
cessive rates of speed. call for an immediate audit of I f Ii Johns River at Mayport :
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1\: *' q that city's books. considerably higher than I ; :
Jacksonville Beach, through its year with 14,566 vehicles |
Chamber of Commerce, has put 11SEN. pared to 12,063. Much of ,
out a news release on Easter Sunrise Senator Harry 0. Stratton, of crease has been credited
.Service that contains an erroneous Callahan, who is president pro new and larger ferry, The I
conjecture. They state STRATTON HEP "NGATE tern of the Senate, received the : beard, that supplanted the ]

that they are probably the only I following appointments: t LaFitte. I
community that holds such a service Chairman of Labor and Indus- Both ferry vessels, The '
on the very edge of the At. .....,.wnv anvN a vvxnr vnr ..:..:,... .y try and vice chairman of Insur beard and The Buccaneer,
lahtic Ocean. Just to set the record an e. ,He i is also on Rules and_ I service each Sunday. Jointly ican I !
straight make your plansnow Calendar, Constitutional Amend.l handle 296 passenger
to attend Easter Sunrise Ser f ments Temperance, Miscellaneous j each hour. I
vice at Fort Clinch State Park ont Legislation, Finance and Taxation, I Traffic men are on duty
April 14 and see the sun make its : Banking and Loans and Forestryand the busy hours on Sunday to
e appearance on the Atlantic hori Parks. : the cars in order of their :I '
zon.. The Jaycees will have their I Claude Wingate, freshman Representative at the slips. This speeds I' <
usual free offering of coffee and of Fernandina Beach, loading and assures early ,
donuts for the early risers. I was named vice chairman of the I of being first on the vessels. :
tIt ( Drainage and Water Conserva.. Joe Scofield, Buccaneer I
j manager, says that a record ;:
With that Jax Beach tion committee.He .
one thing r
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is expected to 'travel the ;
i is doing on Easter I will heartily is also on the following I i ; r
neer Trail and use the ferry ; i
concur, however. On Easter Sun 4 committees:'< Elections, Constitutional .1 I I i i -
vice on Easter Sunday.
day afternoon they'll hold their :? Amendments, Public Amusements i ;
annual parade for the small f ry. E _____ 4 L and Salt Water Con i : I I i i

Daintily dressed young misses om servation. I I Former Yankee ,
and handsomely attired young : Yesterday, Wingate introduceda I I[
it lien will promenade across the bill in the House of Represen : J
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KaiuUhell stage and fce judged on tatives to abolish the City of Bou !i I Star Is Kiwanis I j 1 I

W neatness and attractiveness of e r'a r r"f .: : lougne in this county and it was I I I i
their attire. The local Merchants expected that the bill would pass ii; Guest I
Association might well look to the House this morning. :I j Speaker -

J sack a. local promotion as a stim- It is also expected that the bill, I I (
ulus to pre-Easter apparel sale. ,,, which is sponsored jointly by Billy Martin, former
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t: Stratton, will pass the Senate : star with, the New York I'
Of all offenders, few are held c z I Ib1.W107dQk this afternoon. I I was guest speaker Monday
in' lower repute than vandals who ><:'w.ws S. 'Y 'yK: 1II1 tYY.Cf: at the. regular weekly- I I i

willfully and without reason destroy I, THE BIG BOSS OF THE MINNESOTA TWINS, CahinGriffith 1 meeting. I

property. The current rash)i' was here over the weekend ,aruTjalended( the ;t"rs'l j mma Jones 1---Martin, who was i!
of, broken store windows and'auionifcbfle fogram chairman Wesley I
1 between the Dallas-Fort .'\'ortl/Rats and the ;
glM has! groan to game gersy- delighted his listeners
proportions beyofcd all reason. AsI i eliornets.: Shown, ,in' front of ..fhewlns'far *- Fun.iITuesduy ,number of humorou .. s
i look at ,the hole in the plate"i clubs tiro raining clubhouse" .are .:left I *to(right, Sherry' I stories that involved 'both;
glass window of*the'Ne'!s-Leader I Robertson, Twins farm r director Jack McKeon_ Dallas.' Funeral .for ms. Emma Green : and other Yankee standouts! I
and think of the many other such Fort Worth manager, Griffith, and Al Evans managerof Jones,,, ,59, was held Tuesday at 1 I The speaker told of I
windows and car glasses that the Charlotte Hornets. 3 p.m. at Chester Baptist Church, I broke into baseball and of i iI I :
will have to be replaced, either by |. witb/Rev. J. M. Drury officiating. I of the highlights of his :I:
the owners or the,: insurance Tnterment was in Chester Ceme I He also gave the details of
firm,-'-I can't help :tf/it wonder I |:erreira Is Named was named as chairman of theAssociation's tery.Mrs. and why he chose to give
just what kind of person or person I ] Forestry Committee. Jones passed away Saturday tive playing and become a
1 fo Head
*, committed this destruction Bankers'I The appointment was made by evening in a local hospitalShe for the Minnesota Twins, i
( and what sort of thoughts' go I |:orestry I Tully Dunlap, new president ,of is survived by ,her husband farm clubs are currently in :
through their minds during such I I the Association. Dewey Jones; two sisters, ing here. _
Acts. If the offenders ,are appre ': At the recent annual conven- Ferreira has slated a meetingof Mrs. Fankie Miller of Palatka I A lengthy question and
hended maybe a psychiatrist can I t:ion of, the Florida Bankers As o- his 16-man committee for the and Mrs. Mae Byrd of Lake City; period followed Martin's
furnish the answers. jc ration: in Miami Beach, local latter part of Ap \T..:The meetingwill one half-sister, Mrs. Stella I I attesting the interest of the
.(Continued. on Page, Two) I b ank president Louis A. Ferreira I be held in Orlando. Knowles, Lake City; one brother, wanians in his subject and
-- Ernest Green, Lake City.
-- -- ing ability.

,. .. ''W ,,.-' "", .Y''i.. . : $: ,(!t: J.'ll"'!" '!$: t' 'X: "'= ,Also delivering a recent oj''S
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. formative address to the
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vi EL .*.tJ.; ,...:...s.:.. : ';>': :':,' :: ,... <*.r.m:;:x'::: Grocery Club was Gordon Ellis, :
: ; ; fl,; r1h.. agent. '

I For InternationalIn -
Revival Underwayt
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"I Points Grocery and Hardware is Bible BaptistRevival I

advertising the International Cub services began
Cadet, a compact tractor for evening at Bible Baptist
which have been named
they 429 South 6th St., with Rev.
dealers. O'Neil, pastor, as the
tJ@p lytaa I. The small size tractors are I The service begins each
a listed as ideal for any size lawns
I ing at 7:30 p.m., with
# and gardens and, Vith a mower music by The Messengers
I attachment, are capable of handling .I of Jacksonville.
an acre an hour I The Quartet will be here
-a- i I The Five Points store, owned all services Sunday, with a
and Mrs.
and operated by Mr cial singing program
,, Tolly Courson for almost 25 for Sunday afternoon at 2 '
years, has recently expanded (fo A cordial invitation is
JI t more lines and is currently having the public to attetid.Courthouse .
a large parking lot surfaced.

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THE? FIRST STOCKING OF EMERGENCY RATIONS was made last week at the Warren Baggarly

Post Office, which has been designated as an official fallout shelter. Included were Loses Life I In Auto For. Good Friday :
first aid and and radiological Checking the I
sanitary supplies monitoring equipment. Accident Offices in the Nassau
supplies in was Col. Walter Preston, Civil Defense Director, center. Left is Harry April Courthouse will be.closed for

Poole, chairman of the County Commission and right is W. II. Melton, postmaster. Warren Ayers Bapgarly, 22( of : ness April 12 observance; |
-- ------ --. .. --- Senoia, Ga., died April 1 in an'' Good Friday. (
t't1,(,'.,,,''t\, -.' .. :..-:- 1, >'- ,: '.\.:,':.'':: : .. .'',,''., .:,.. .. r',: :.,>"..., ..",,:<'ttT....." ;,,,=,,\ .::"."AtI !:,,,,, automobile accident on Georgia'!
: Highway 85, four miles south of
Fayetteville. Jones I
Survivors include his parents, Bob

I & &S \ \ Mr. and Mrs. James Harrison
Baggarly of Senoia; two brothers,
James H. Baggarly, Jr. of Peach- Bob Jones, chairman of

I ACHINESHO! tree City, Ga., and twin brother, Program Action Committee
I the Florida Education
Walter Baggarly, Forest Park,
tion, was guest speaker at a

; Ga.Mr.. Baggarly was well known islative dinner of the _
} in Fernandina Beach, he and his County Education Association
: ; family having made their, home the Classroom Teachers
\ : here on South Fletcher for three', ment.
Jones, of Ocala, is
months each year.Daugherty \
; the Junior High School of
Fil F- f I city. He was introduced by
i : 'I Attends T. Weisnerk Superintendent
Louisiana ConclaveJ Public .Instruction 'of. Xa
I County. ; I
I -i :. D. Daugherty, division man- The guest speaker reported :
: ( ____ ger of the Florida Public Utilities the work of his committee
: i .i'i : Company, is in New Orleans what will be presented to the

"._.,. .. attending the semi-annual conclave islature during the current''
:,- of the Southeastern Electric
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I i NEWEST BUSINESS HOUSE in Fernandina Beach is ,the G & S Machine Shop at 2 meeting lasts through Fri- that will be made of the !
i: day and he will return on Satur tore as (1) the minimum
North Front Street. Owner and operator is George Delmar local master machinist.
; day. tion shall be
!! Pelmar specializes in machine work welding brazing and marine program
repairs, with ten and financed in full and .( ) ;
I 'I l service for ihrimp trawlers, (Sw half pag A* I In t tM j isve), _,+, .. Pitroaite Ou J.dumiifl 1. (Continued on Pazi Two) elation and Join Weiner, Jiwwu County. Sri: ,*rinttndent of Public InitryeUonTtwwt ,- ..; i
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, 'e TWQ ? i News.Leder, Fern nftlM Beach, Florid -Thursday April 4, 19S5 t ''r< '' '' \ a ,' \", I p ., .,, _

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I KRNANDINA'" BEACH NEWS-LEADER{ I Future HoawiKiktrs if America Attend3day 1 Groiver Fvneril CtItlin's Widow; r 1 1Awttrdd.DNmes \ I S ; _

511 ASJJ STREET PHONES 3tt S687 \ '

':: A John K. Perry Newspaper I, 'sr Conclave hi Jacksonville Held Today At I j DISTillED. WATER .

\: .'... hy cJd\\eU. Editor and! MaraXrrI ,

t I ) .. % NATIONAL EDITORIAL BY MARGIE RAUSCHERT j Black Rock ChurchFuneral In Trawler Fire i

o I. .0 IA S is 8TI3N "You will rise to greet Sot ;rs build the' club_. b? abiding its l Mrs. Ruth S. Olson of Fernan. I'I'dma .S 1/2 GALlON (No Deposit) -. :35c
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\ .. new State President-Elect. Fpaer ales and regulations.The service for WoodrovWilson Beach vndffw of .the l late .....
C&Ao& eight hundred girls attending main one who started the I Grocver, 45vho died i Capt 1(. J. Olson, was awarded, :.

"", a". ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION i the Florida State Cqnventia oundation of the F. H.- A. and I Sunday at Chester, was held today $70,000 in damages :;yesterday
the Future Homemakers I Alvin at 3 p.m. in BlackJlock Baptist I S GALLON (Deposit Bottle) $1.50
.J. Published every Thursday and entered at 4he Post Office I lof Q Tome EC, course Is Mrs. against the builder of tie shrimp
... J'trnandma Beach Florida, u second class mail matter. [America, these words were th Smith,- our sponsor and teacher.By I I Church 'with Rev bus Groover i er, Lady Kossie, aid the supplier
| high point of the meeting. looking around ?ou theres I officiating, assisted by Rev I ,f its liquified petroleum cooking, ;

I.,. Subscription Rates: I The Seventeenth Annual FlorIda positive proof that she? has Bobby Sheffield. Jnterraent was l.range. '. .' I .
$4 $2.25 6 months $1.25 3 Months Convention heU I in Temple Cemetery' at Kinjsland,
a State
year I was urned out mighty efficient T
some fatallyin
$-1.50 a year out of county : March 28-30 in Jacksonville a'II lomemakers. I Ga. He was a member:of the Oak i Capt.a flash Olson fire was aboard burned the t HARDEE BRO$.
the Robert Meyer Hotel Th< Hill Baptist Church rat. .Kings- "shrimp-\\
I only hope that when I grad- : er on March 14, 1959 wh .'I
II theme taken from the State fw t.
late, I someday have home I up at Moore Haven, when he ',
Charter. 'No. 4358 Reserve District No. I 61' I pram of Work, was "Fosterin? and family may and be one of)hose Survivors include his mother, struck a match to light the range ATLANTIC AVENUE ,
the Heritage of America." Tho < Mrs. Bessie Groover Jones of
REPORT efficient homemakers. 1 preparatory to fixing b
OF CONDITION OF THEFLORIDA attending the convention! include I 1a 1ti. : Chester; three sons, Richard D. He had eakfast.1
volunteered to !
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twc delegates from each club .. Groover with the U. 'S. Army in ------- - f'
I newly vessel to
NATIONAL BANK advisors, officers, candidates, an. lust Ramblin' Korea, Charles William Groover ers, Estero Shrimp Co, at.
's girls receiving special awards. and James Groover, both-of Chester Myers Beach.. own-\\
JNA Following the welcoming! (Continued from rage One r,: ; three daughters, Hiss Sharon RjMONEY ,
The fire through the gal
speeches, a "Pageant of Flags' Andy Allan, local inveterate Ann Groover, Miss Karen Sue swept'
IN THE STATE OF FLORIDAAT ley and'crew whereMrs. _
was presented by the U. S. Naval I drum fisherman, said that thoSeI I Groover and Miss Cristy Lynn s quarters
of theamount'
I Olson slept .
$6,855.31 .
THE CLOSE BUSINESS ON MARCH 18, 1963 Air Station at Pensacola. Th< I fishing in Nassau Sound Tuesday I Groover, all of Chester; two awarded made for
......, ceremony included flags from the< night may not have brought:hoine> I brothers, Clarence Groover of was fire. TO PAY
Olson's in the
Published in response to call made by the :Conip trailer'of the different ,countries that settle I as many drum as they would have I Houston Texas and James Daniel Mrs, injuries

Currency, under Section 5211, U.S. Reused StatutesASSETS Ii the Americas- and showed the< i I liked but they were treated to:a I, i Groover of Fort Myers.; three U S.. District Court Judge Wil TAXES !
1 evolution of our own flag. The< ringside seat of the flight of the sisters, Mrs. Betty Faye Potts of liam A. McRae, Jr., made the ,
:. keynote address was given 1 by] I Delta rocket The rocket launch. Vulee, Mrs. Nina May Freeman award, levying the damages .against I
? Miss Sophia Svestka who fled! I i ed at 9 p.m. from Cape Canaveralon and Mrs. Gertrude Cauthen, bothof j (Green's ..Fuel of Florida I .

Cash, balances' with other banks, and. cash I from behind the iron curtain in I[ a Northeast course, was visible I, Black! Rock Road; two foster.Inc.,, and- Diesel Engine, -Sales, We provide'cash l for' taxes of every description.

V items in process of collection. 1,101,130.7';, 1949. Her speech, "I Am An .American ;for quite.. some time, said brothers Carl T. Jones,' Jr. with Inc., Augustine. builder f..the / ;"federaVst income, property etc. What '
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," told of the terrors of Andy, as it headed toy !outer the U. S. Army and Orien E.:, boat. ..
:. United. States Government obligations, direct: Communism, of her escape, and of I: space. I' Jones of Black Rock Road; twos Capt."Olson' Used 10 days. after more, the. money.ypu need can be in your hands' :.*,

.and guaranteed (Net of any reserves, ) 1,875,400.1! the blessings of freedom. The introduction i5rI : foster sisters, Mrs. Vangelena N. the lire 'Hf died in a Moore Haven < almost' as sopn as you ask: for it. :'; '. .

Obligations of States and political subdivisions : of candidates, which 1 I Tom Hoey, Times-Union staff Davis of Callahan and Mrs. Pris-' hospital. .. /tfc
(Net of any reserves) 1,096,251.0. 1, followed, lasted for the rest i of: writer for Fernandina Beach and cilIa M. Lewis of Jacksonville. 1 .' S

f the day with a break for group i Jax Beach, came up with av picture : Pallbearers were Charles Pici TI_ CONVENIENT... TERMS,' .
Corporate stocks (including $24,000.00'stock I singing led by Miss Lucy Lang, at Nassau Sound on Tuesday kett, H. S. McKendree, M. J. I .o
: of Federal Reserve Bank) (Net o f any Area Supervisor Home Economics that made the top spot in Wed Gruen, W R. Crosby, C. W. HarI II I .f:: "

reserves) 24,000.0( Section, State Department : nesday's edition. Hoey caught I tell and Floyd Harper. .- II ;

"tiffins and discounts (including $156.37 over- t of Education. I Mrs. Ralph Lyons of Fernandina :I ans'-UP ,) to $600G.A.C. ;JY .. .: ,
the evening sessionstate .
During she the "
Beach standing
as was oil ..
drafts) Net of ) 2.5G7.673.7J I (
any degrees of achievement, hon : shore holding a heavy rope\\hSch Bob JonesContinued A

; Bank premises owned $256,571.92, furnitureand II cr roll chapter certificates, and< : was later used to pull her car, ( from Pare One FIKTANCCORPORATION E'. ...
fixtures $6?,G9.98 319,541.9( scholarships were awarded. Th' boat and trailer from the Sound. 'I '
I shall be in '
Polk County Council presented, As she and her brother, Charles textbooks provided .
Real estate owned other than bank premises' ,: too "Our American Heritage Pag- Gallagher, were loading their ; adequate numbers to children in to beat-insurance AMOUNT PAYMENTS FOR

Other assets ,30,841.31 ant" the trailer the school. serviced by 10,000fulltime
: boat onto car ou GET
r The speaker for the Saturday; started rolling back and went into Jones said that the current men!! Contact I
t : "abomin S 75.00 S 5.06 S 5.47 S 7.55
Blad textbook was .
: ,TOTAL ASSETS .. 7,014,839.91f" session was Mrs. Carolyn the water, becoming almost sub me today! '
able] and must not be allowed to 160.00 1079' 11.67
19A9 16.11
'- 'r".W""' Davis who spoke on "Preparatioi! merged. Soon after Hoey got his __
fpr Marriage." Following her unusual shot, a wrecker arrived I' exist". He added that many of qit ; 425.00 '2".86 28.35 30.69 2.50

speech, panel reacted to -quos the textbooks today) are far out ., j 600.00 _
ll LIABILITIES a and retrieved car, boat and trailer. S' 34.39 39.34 2.66 59.35
tions posed by Dr. Warren Jones I dated. k > James Dowers a

Demand deposits of individuals,. partnerships. of Stetson University. The members 1 I' Observance of National Library I The Ocala educator noted that ::: <..;.:' Atlantic Are. ,,: 308 Atlantic Avenue: r .:
and of the panel were Mrs. Davl Week, April 21.27, might well bea i the FEA is. seeking a 3-jjronged t'. Phone 261-3982 k Horirfa; '
corporations 3,146,114.2Time .
t I Mr. Charlie Council, Board e of time to look into the possibilities I program to assure better teach Fcrnamfina: .Beach, ? :

e and savings deposits of individuals, I Public Instruction, Duval County, of expansion of the local library ers. The program includes ((1)) surf awSTATEFARM.MUtUAi. Te pbcj" '261-3681 J
partnerships and corporations 1,215,703.7 Ann Scarbroueh from Haine; I that teaching be declared a profession ..
p' better the buildingof '
or, yet, :
Off.d Hours 9-5 ,
I City High, and David Brungle, I and.a. code of ethics be WIt Doily ; Wtdnesdcy y' Saturday .1 2 .
modern and well equipped interne *Insuring tanpwi
e : Deposits 0 f United States Government (including from. a te ,"'$'"ci ALSO FIVE CONVENIENT OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE
State F. F. A. president facility of this sort Way back in set up; ((2)) in order to a 1Ie1i1 Ctl+ ;Blotmrlfolaim -- --
postal savings) \ 106013.92 Winter Haven. certificate a .teacher must pass a. "v.ESCAPE
the Scots Jamie Fuller- j
1G43 ,
: Deposits of States and political l ubdi\isions 1,336,040.02Certified I The business session include ton. wrote "never poet in Gcdde's. t: state entrance examination, and _Ac_ ,.. ., ,- .. ,

the roll call of Districts and reports ; Wourld will there be bookes enuf. :. ((3)) a professional practices. ,com-
y. and officers' checcs} etc. '. 4,21Q.8( from the Southeastern Safety Maybe liesas: wrong about some : mission be set up to rid the teach-*,

TOTAL: DEPOSITS C5,808,082.77 Conference, the Governor! j of this type that flood the I: ing profession of anyone unfit! to; ARTISTIf'you'd
I Youth Advisory Council, the National mar"l before. children as, teach.
}kets today but how right he I appear
II r'i; (a) Total ,demand :deposits; 4442378.98. Committee member, and< about the kind that fill one ? I

(b) Total time an4-savings. '.,' .. t J... I the officers. The officer's report : greatest of human needs and plea i I I ers.At the conclusion of .Jones' ad*' .

deposits 1,365/703.79 was presented in the form of an sures. Libraries have been class I: dress, the program was turned
delegates I I like to everything but enckmtment .
The escape
Indian Council meeting. pure
: ed as monuments to civilization over to Dean Blankepshijr?, of Callahan !
Other liabilities I 197,714.81 also approved several, and the diseu ,sion. '. A- T ,'try this Chevy II Nova SS wjthfijll Super SportCHEVYS
the tragedies triumphs\ for group
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;: ;.;.. ., ;. I .
r '-;- '" amendments to the State Coast I ? ial 1 ,f. '
-T andi bck
I 1--- i disasters and victories and, above : lengthy question? answerr p'er ) !equipJJfl1 ,. pefi iQstrumen UkM1 fro"=
i: TOTAL LIABILITIES]:. -', : '. .. 0,005,797.6: tution. all, what men have felt and man- ''iod attested the interest of "those- Sl1FEA S F.ORI .' seal. 4'ty Y1 telid. : Distineo 1d rttlf l+:Tt l5!}# w
CAPITAL ACCOUNTSCapital .'* The offkeis'for next year includ wer I aged to put down in words of I II' present in the" subject of school ', Full:wheel disks. 'Choice of thrft-spa' shift ori1 rf.J. '
--: :r.1" then announced. They and poetry. i legislation. :
: prose I
mounted Powerglide nativith t
treasurer, Miss Gale Raulerson: I' i iI ailt9 i .sportY"rnnge.
Stock .:..".If. secretary Miss! Pat, Fishier: historian State Representative Claude selector console. ; :

(a) Common' stock, .total l. par >*' !. 300,000.0(, Miss Melinda Ann Ekler; I Useful In looking Information through' "A loaned Book by on !,I' assured Wingate those was in called attendance on and e' thai h* All this plus Chevy JI standar4kafures: flush-and-\ ,

'" Surplus .'--;' 500OQO.OC parliamentarian, Miss Sue Griffin I II:Harry Lohman, I noted several he would cooperate the best o* dry ventilating system that,helps;empye rust-causmg-; ,

.." t.'*****. ; Vice-President of Recreation, 'I' interesting facts. The book was ,I his ability find that he was pledg k elements from rocket panels; batter/4asirig Deleotron :

: Undivided profits 133,625.21 Miss Clara Dean of Degrees Raspberry, Miss; published by Charles E. Hopgh-i I ed to aid education in any wa generator; convenient. 'self-adjusting,r. brakes; > longer M ,
Vice-President .
Reserves (and retirement. account- for"-; prefer Ann Bret Viee-President< of Pro- j I taling) in 1884 and although many possible. .. lasting l: exhaust system;styling fresh as morning coffee, a
red stock. ) :_ .' 73,417.01 iects Miss; Bonnie Sue Cowart; (lof the facts are outdated, ,many i i Wingate said that he, persan-l poured into a rugged Boy .oy Fisherand more
i still hold true to date. One interesting ally, preferred an across the '
Vice-President of Public Relations I' I aid raising You ll 1 find .two tan live as theaply as one-when
sales to
; item noted that the} average board tax as an
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNT ,' 1,009,042.28v Miss Valerie Elizabeth they're it. new Ctevy H :
life span at that time was the necessary money for MUI I living up in.a topUonal slaltt cat:
:t Weislo; Vice-Pres'dent of Pro. only 31 Another item that I cation. He said, however, that he t
years '
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL gram of Work, Miss Rachel Rebecca to regarding understood Gov. Bryant has said .
appealed me was
ACCOU TS' 7014839.9: ] Spence; president, Miv salaries of governors of the various : he will veto such a taLI ,.
Priscilla Gautier; and president Mrs. Thelma 'Godfrey, presidentof
states and territories. JJor'da's -
MEMORANDUM elect.Miss Linda Thornton. governor received $3500({' andI I. the Nassau County Education I! : Sy
Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities The last the session Saturday of the evening convention believe this might be an appropriate Association, presided at the meet- :
I was figure Curing the current ing and Introduced a number of
and fer other 2077000.0( The .guest speaker was e r
i purposes d administration. Some of the homespun -I guests who attended. |
; of the boveuamed.ban! Senator< Beth Johnson. After th(' I words of wisdom! were' 'also Following the dinner and before t i
I, James N. Melton, Cashier : formal; candle-light installation '
such "give to a. pig the main'addresg, Bob Springerof I
enjoyable, as
t : do hjrcby declare that this report of condition is true and< I i of the new officers, the Seven when it grunts and to a' ''child I Yulee led in group singing and \

: correct to the best of m}. knowledge\ and belief I i feenth Annual Florida State Convention when ,it cries and you will hive .1 I he and George Tyson of Fernandina S

: was officially adjourned fine pig and a bad child". I" Beach delighted\ those in attendance 4,
: (s) James N, Meltci I I i
{ I' with a number of old I -.11T
s Purposes of FHA favorites.A : :
We, the Undersigned directors attest the correctne s' oj::1 The modern trend seems to b" large number of county; edu

this report of condition and declare that it has been examined I BY KATIIY RYLAXT *o get everything from the gov- cators, officials and interested ? S .. .
rnment that but ihereIs V
b}. us and! to the best of our knowledge and belie: Despite contrary belief, the< just this one you small can thought in citizens attended the meeting I Ia l.

: is true and correct. Future Homemakers of America Connection with government hand- t.J -
Club i is not a "spoojiandthimble1club. juts "there is always free :
: ((8)) John T. Ferreira It is more interested in promoting heese in a mousetrap, but you from man an drinking English cup Brazilian while silting coffee k1 tIt ; t

: ((8)) L. A. Ferreira the appreciation of the never saw a happy mouse there." en a Danish sofa after coming ti
joys and satisfactions of home I in German from Italian 3 i y .
home an
a car
((8)) R. E. Phinney, Directors It the 1 : s
.... making. stresses import i it
movie wbo his Japanese
ance of being a good home maker An article,in a column,written picks up ti
.. -- and its members to Sy Jan McKeithen in the Camden ball-point pen and writes i
I' use democracy. lives.in'their home an+< ounty arable Tribune average cites American.the incom Jan' hi&jcmefhin Congressinan be d neb demanding alt that the I T i1! I IS j'i

f1/le Jlt110''t 'community writes "they say an American is gold that's leaving this country." ; ,
t I F.H.A. makes people want t< -- :, 61 5-

: work in their home and common ... .; .; .
I ity. This club tries to promote international :: : .5
In A Maqiyfkent Mountain Setting good will. It bring::
II out the creative leadership in |its New Kingsberry/ Home
I members and shows them how tr *

use it to better their home, .i am.
Sly. and community life. JUST OUTSIDE CITY LIMITS ON CLINCH r '.4. h '' '. ia
By promoting wholesome individual ,
and group recreation, F. DRIVE. THREE' BEDROOM BRICK, OAK \ ti ly

: H, A, teaches the members bony FLOORS. I _
I } i get along with one another. Th+

last of this organization's pur READY 'TO MOVE INTO BY MAY 1., 19G3 I -r lir-. I
1 poses tries to interest the members ,
in home' economics so tha $ 75.0Q Down $62.50 Per Month s

: they can run their own home- .

with ease and maturity when the;; *
n get married. p

F. H. A., by working in the present NICE THREE BEDROOM, T\YO BATH,

serves to strengthen the. fu BRICK KINGSBERRY HOME. tfgQQ EQUITY -
Old World Charm- wonderful food- gorgeous Bridal ture.

;' Suite dancing, bridge, bingo, movies, shuffleboard, Future.. Hoj fmakers AIR-CONDITION, WALL-TO-WALL CARPET .

Olympic size pool, art lesons, and rock hunting -near BY BRENDA BEARD 1 OWNER TRANSFERRED, MUST SELL! .q cAd//A'cra 100 S3 Cc7.w ert.,+.t.' ?rt.Also wMle &$S tyvfa:,Suptr Span tupwt

,.,- optional ,Also dma of W ryvlcx Ckmll S '
golf courses antique and craft shops -- Biltraore Being a, Senior this year, I an CORNER SOUTH 18TH AND ASH STREETS Now =an a WEg;
beginning to recognize the ful SEE AT )R ,
Estate Mountain trails drives pleasing rates, makers.demands of tomorrow's' home. .' *. .",'.- "' ... f -." ,r .' ,., -._. ... ....u.... fT, ... "'..._... .UU"I '''!'. :

I feel that the standards set bj;, PAUL BURNS .
Write The InnkeeperThe
Harry Tracy .
the F, II. A. Club and our Hora< WOODWARD MOTOR CO t tB
.Manor on Charlotte Street In Asheville, Economics course: are essentia IN"S..E..Y REAL ESTATE ,
values to met .
North Carolina The is--b-ArEIub has a Chris: HOMES 319 S. 8th Ph. 261-3666: aWi< :Sib meet FeA'1 JL'iA $KAcM' FLl. tffeone Gl 6 36R

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{ . NewS-Leader, Fernandina Beach; Florida! .- Thursday, April 4, 1963 Page Three


Julanne Dance Senior High Chorus... "Garden Club Assn. Bride of Raymond Earl Lewis St. Monica's Circle Junior Class Play Winner To Get TV I;

Students AttendJacksonville To 'Present Easter Plans Beautification ;
Meets. TJe.tHaYWitb; Cast Complimented At Woman's Club }

Ballet Concert April 11 Projects For City I Mrs. Ben Sorensen At Buffet Supper' Annual Fashion Show

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Pupils of the Julanne Schoolof A sequence of songs from the The Fernandina Beach Garden St. Monica's Chapter of St. Dr. and Mrs. Cecil B. Brewton One of the highlights of 'the

the Dance, and their parents, Trial Death and the Resurrection Club Association met at the Recreation Peter's' Episcopal Church held its arid Mr. and Mrs. Houston Sapp I Woman's Club annual Fashion

attended the performance of "Bal- ," of the Lord will be presented Center last Wednesday, I regular meeting Tuesday, April 2, entertained Friday evening with i Show and Card Party to be held

let For Children presented by Thursday, April 11, by the Fer- March 27. at the home of Mrs. Ben Soren.sen. delightful buffet supper honor April 24, will be the announcement

the Jacksonville Civic Ballet Com nandina Beach High School Chorus -, The meeting was called to order t ing members of the cast of the of the winner of a TV to

pany on Saturday, March 30, at The annual Easter Concert will by the president Mrs. Joseph I Bible study began with the de. junior class play and their dates. I be given away. ,

11 a.m. at the Jacksonville Civic ,I begin at 2 o'clock in the high Stubits. It was announced that votional given by Mrs Howard The affair was held in the beau Mrs. Ralph Wood, chairman, II
Auditorium. school auditorium and will be under Hammond. The Biblical i
I I several pair of gardening gloves passage, tiful new home of Dr. and Mrs. 1 and Mrs. Archie Smith co-chair-:
The program, narrated by Mrs. ,I the direction of Mrs.. Evelyn remain from lastyear's show and a :, ;{k", chosen on "Love", John 4:7-12, I
Brewton Atlantic Avenue following r of ticket sales sales
on ,
Oscar Rawls, was designed to acquaint -I j I Arnold. I it was suggested they be takento was read and studied, followed by 1 ? i man report

the pre-school child with I j i There will be no admission and the regular meetings of the group discussion led by Mrs. H. the 'performance "Skinned (i have been brisk, however, there

the performing arts and instill \[I the public is cordially! invited to garden clubs, anticipating. quick L. Baughman.The Alive,": at the high school audi- |I are still a large number availableand

appreciation in the older children. I attend.. ,. ,sale. ;: following announcementswere torium. ;' j may be purchased by giving
,I Under new business the made: I The buffet them a phone call.
Attending with their dancing president table was centered ) .
instructor, Mrs. Julanne Owens, FHA Sets Bake SaleAt I announced an invitation I A district meeting at the I with a lovely arrangement of I This annual Woman' Club \
of the Jacksonville
Church in
made by Mrs. Lucas of Callahanto Epiphany event i is scheduled fer 8 ,
were, Kim Gregory, Nancy Cenek, fun.
Allan's mixed garden flowers flanked
Saturday Monday, April 22, at I on ;
Chrissy Bohannon, Bobbie Pryon, individual club presidents, to April 21, at the Woman's Club. I.
Cathy Cay Campbell, Janice Tiner, I The Future Homemakers of attend a luncheon at the Baptist 110:30: a.m. A celebration of the either side by lighted candles. I Plan now to attefid.IH .
Communion will the
Peggy Galphin, Ricky Galphin, '' America will, hold a cake sale Annex in Callahan April 3 'at 10 Holy open I Assisting in entertaining were :
Kathy Galphin, Robin O'Leary, I' Saturday, April 6, in front of Al a.m. The annual flower exhibit, meeting and the speaker will be Mrs. J. J. G. Cooper and Miasl: .
Marsha Gregarthy, Lisa Owens lan's Department! Store from 9 of the Nassau County Fair in Cal.: the Rev. George C. Bedell who Sparkle Dickens. Miss Dickens, a I II to Miss Molly Pipkin and Pres. )

Julanne Owens, Diane Powell, until 12. Proceeds will be used to lahan will be discussed and planned .'' will tell of his work with studentsat I student at Brenau Academy, was sley Jameson from members of the E.

Debbie Powell, Mary Julie Brew- give a Mother-Daughter Banquet at this time. Demonstrationswill 'I' Florida State University. Mrs. spending the spring holidays with I I cast, in appreciation of their work j r

ton and Judy Hahn. at the end of May. I be conducted for flower ar'I Brooks Mrs. Hammond Mrs.and her parents Dr. and Mrs. H. B. t i in directing the play. 's;
and macaroni Daugherty, Mrs. Baughman Dickens. i '
rangements jewel. i ev'
Mothers attending were, Mrs. The sale wiH be the last projectof I Mrs. Shurley will represent St. j I During the ung dancing a
John Gregory, Mrs. J. T. Camp National F.H.A. Week, March ry. Mr Stubits urged each club I Monica's ChapterThe I Appropriate gifts Were present was enjoyed_.by the happy group.i :
to send a representative. -- !
bell, Mrs. Jesse Tiner, Mrs. R. W. 31 through April 6. The public's I I, spring presentation of the I ,- ,--- --- i iI
Galphin Mrs II. B. Carr and support in purchasing the home- After many reports and much U. J. 0. boxes will be May 5. \ i ii

Mrs. Toby Powell made cakes, cookies, brownies and : discussion, the group decided to'' 1 1 Anyone needing a box is asked to .
The Julanne Dance' will be greatly appreciated."A cancel the Flower Show for this I c' v Custom Made ;
students, fudge, I I j I call Mrs. Oscar Odom II III '
mothers and Mrs. Owens, extend' year so that they could concentrate An executive board meeting of lluIll1ll1llh1ll1 il-llhli Slip Covers Dr pcs

their,thanks to Charles DeSandro miracle drug is any medi mainly on the beautificationof all officers, chapter chairmen and

recreation director, for securingthe cine you can get the kids to take Fernandina Beach, particularly I' I I committee chairmen at Whitney : : t FINEST M 'FCflALSGl !

tickets for the performance. without screaming. I the 8th Street approach to the 1 Hall Friday, April 26, at 8:00 I .\RANTEED:
city Mrs. Larry Sellers moved
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PAlN IIP.' WITH NEW BRUSHES / that established a permanent to meet regularly committee with be I J! Churchwomen Quarterly meeting will meet of Monday the, t FREE ESTIMATES ? '

Mr. James Beard, City Engineer.
I 29 at 8:00 at WhitneyHall
April : p.m.
DISCOUNT I of The motion was seconded, by Mrs. _h U.W.'h. .'_ Jerry's Draperies..

t I Leila Ketchum. The secretary will I Under the family parish plan & Covers'e '
11 10'. OR MORE IF YOU TRADE inform Mr. Beard of the groups Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Russell an- Fernandina Beach High School the Episcopalian magazine s- : Slip
THOSE OLD, HARD, WORN OUT intention and schedule a meeting nounce the marriage of their and was also employed at Las- obtained for $12 a year. The t jl"&I 61..11 1120 South Slh St.

0..9 I with him to discuss the needs and daughter, Sara Katherine, to Raymond serre Motor Company.The regula subscription: rate is $3.50. _u __ _ ._ ,
BRUSHESON i costs of financing the project. Earl Lewis, son of Mr. bridegroom is a graduateof ,
Anyone interested in this plan is -- -- ----- -- -- --
: The group also discussed other and Mrs. B. C. Lewis of Hilliard, Hilliard High School, Classof urged to contact Mrs. Gene Las-

A NEW ONE FROM 1 I projects to be considered for this on Friday, March 1. 1959, and attended the Uni- serre and,

I year. They included a Christmas The wedding was solemnizedin versity of Florida. He is now The chapter will send its Len han
LOVEQUEST decoration contest, Litter-Bug emphasis Nahunta, Georgia, with the self-employed in the timber busi ten Folder to Father Salvador -
Rev. E. H. Morgan, Baptist min- .
with possible poster contests ness.The for Cuban Refugee Work.,
Points Phone 261-3068
for children\ and sponsor ister, officiating. young couple will make Members present, including the 261-4849 I). W. Roberts, Mgr.
_. Mrs. Lewis was a senior at their home in Billiard
--- ship of a Junior Garden Club. hostess, were, Mrs. H. L. Bau h- Saturday & Sunday-Matinees At 2:1)0) -One Show

It was also suggested that the man, Mrs. Wendle Brooks, Mrs.
I I''school might be contacted ,for Howard Hammond, Mrs. David

I; possible plans of flower gardens UDC Elects Miss Marie Cone PresidentOf Blacklock, Mrs. Dan Daugherty Friday Thru Monday ,

made by the students from their! Mrs. E. V. Garcia, Mrs. James

i respective homerooms. Seeds Chapter At Meeting In Brewton HomeAt Bird, Mrs. Cecil Hall Mrs. Car WALT DISNEY PRESENTS .
ANOTHER FIRST could be supplied and perhaps men Stapleton and Miss Kather- '

I prizes awarded. ine Whitney. A new member, JULES VERNE'S
a meeting of the Amelia Island I, Mrs. F. R. Shurley, was welcomed -

P I Chapter, United Daughtersof Rose Circle Elects by the chapter.The ':"
Mrs. J. B. Thompson "IN SEARCH OF THE
the Confederacy- which was Ii Mrs. John Borniak next meeting will be at

( Presents ProgramFor held March 27th, new officers the home of Miss Katherine Whitney "ilUAURICE ;

were elected for the year 1963-64. As New PresidentThe at 108 N. 18th Street: May. CASTAWAYS"r" -
They are, Miss Marie Cone, 6 at 10 o'clock.Buccaneer.
president; Mrs. Cecil B. Brewton, April meeting of the Rose ..,..
The March meeting of the Wo CHEVALIER HAYLEY MILLS
TO BUY 1st. vice president Mrs. A. L Circle, Fernandina Beach Garden
WITH OPTION I man's Society of Christian Ser- ; Coin Club ,
Methodist Sether, 2nd vice president; Mrs.J. Clubs, was held at 8 p.n., April GEORGE SANDERS "
I vice of 1st at the home of Mrs. Newt To Meet Nile
Church was held Monday at Parish H. White Jr., 3rd vice president Monday
CONVENIENT PAYMENT PLAN AFTER Roberts on Atlantic Ave.,, with
Mrs. E. P. Wilson, Jr., recording ,
HalL The Buccaneer Coin Club will Search For Adventure With The World'sHappiest
SMALL DEPOSIT A ND INSTALLATIONFEE. secretary; Mrs. W. F. Mrs. John Seitz and Mrs. E. B.
I I' Burgess's$ Circle meet at the Recreation
The Myrtie was Miller, Jr., treasurer; Mrs. C. VW. Philips, as co-hostesses: Center Adventurers!
hostess for a coffee, with Mrs. April 8 at 7:30 p.m.
I Quattlebaum, historian;; Mrs. Gordon During the business meetingthe
I at the sil- The club is
Davis presiding all
Tony inviting
T. Butler members voted to
registrar; Mrs. J. work with .
j ver service. The refreshment table collectors and the public to at- Technicolor .t.
i B. Thompson, corresponding secretary Mr. Beard for a beautification
'NewAutomatics; L was' overlaid with* a white cloth ; _and Mrs. Nancy Seibert, program' of tree planting. Rose tend. \ .
centered with plnk azaleas. Yellow L ,
recorder ,of crosses. Circle with the other garden
white and
and snapdragons < clubs of the city, will have -V'
The meeting was held at 10 a
yellow roses were, 'placed at various
o'clock in the home of Mrs. Bfew- standing committee to work with
Models hall.
And Used i I points throughout the ton, with Mrs. J. J. G. Coope as I Mr. Beard on Civic Beautification. r I .... '
Mrs. J,B. Thompson presentedthe I
co-hostess .
"Last Weekof ,
entitled ; ;;
program Mrs.. H. H. Daugherty, A slate of officers for the new t
a member
of the Waycross, Georgia, year was presented and approvedas "
Michael, president, presided -
TIME. the business meeting and introduced chapter, was a welcome visitor. follows: president, Mrs. John .., ,
There were ten members present. Barniak; 1st vice-president, Mrs.B. .
THIS PLAN AFFORDS A N EXCELI ENTOiPOnTUNI'tY Mrs. IL M. W. Ward u L. Rau.ihert; 2nd vicepresident {. ..4
Mrs. H. W. Fishier
former member now living i in president,
FOR THOSE WHO HAVE Baltimore and Mrs. Brochutt, a presided over the meeting. Mrs. Mrs. Raymond Ketchum; -7v&
treasurer Mrs. Walter Preston
STRETCHED THEIR CREDIT TO THE 'newcomer to Fernandina Beach. Cooper gave the devotional. In Mrs. R. W. Askins;
absence of
the min-
LIMIT, TO BUY A BRAND NEW GE The study course will be Mon- secretary, publicity, Mrs. George Fox.
utes read Mrs.
.../A OIATIC' WASHER. 'day, Tuesday and Wednesdaynights baum.were Treasurer's report Quattle : The meeting was then turned "' ;

'i of Holy Week, at 8 0'clock.1 at the I given by Mrs. H. D. Cook. was over to Mrs. John Knight, who, I :::; ;
There will be an Easter tea 'I
with the help of several members
Center and Plans were made for the second .
Methodist Community
.: 'SEE US TODAY FOR FULL gave a clear and most entertaining -
member of the W.S.C.S. is invited annual observance of Confed-
any skit of typical garden club I
to attend and see the work' erate Memorial Day by the chapter meeting.The a I -
:.; PARTICULARS that is carried out at the center on April 26th., with short ser j 1"i
..' The annual W.S.C.S. general vices to be held in Bosque Bello sixteen members attending !
Cemetery and at the Martha Reid were invited into the diningroomfor
j conference will be at Daytona
-., UNLIMITED ENTERPRISES Beach in May and the annual memorial in St. Peters Cemetery. refreshments served from a .
table centered with beautiful i ,
a I! ..
Loyalty dinners will be April 30 Mrs. Fishier announced that '
e, Itilly Joyce II. 1)). Ellis, Jr. Cecil Rowell and May 1.Pythian. Paul E. Kelly of Hilliard had ap- arrangement of purple and white ; '
orchids and
;; '' plied for a U. D. C. scholarship.The i!

Sisters To Amelia Island Chapter agreed After a delightful social hour : ,; ;. .
: And the meeting adjourned.
to sponsor the young man and his
2 Stage Cake Sale name has been placed on the
." 'waiting list until such scholar- Chapter 55 Initiates Eastertime :

APPLIANCE SALES & SERVICE ;'I Pythian Sisters of Fernandina ship.f is available.The ....
I Beach Temple No. 7 will stage a New Members Into

cake and candy sale April 12, Fri chapter was notified that { .
.0 "YOUR GE DEALER" Miss Beverly Jones will enter the Order Eastern Star I fashions
day, in front of Mary K's Depart I i
annual high school contest.
113 Atlantic Avc. Phone 261-5801 ment Store on Atlantic Avenue. The subject this year is "Womenof Fernandina Chap'ter No. 55, Order 1
The sale will begin at 10
a.m of the Eastern Star held its
The Confederacy". Mrs. Sether I ,
continue until all i is sold. forsmall
and will iP
\ has been asked to select one book meeting Tuesday nightwith : # r
-- -- -
-- --- on the subject of the confederacyfrom airs. Uleo: Bnnson, worthymatron I :

a list made available to her and James Beard, acting I rr ti. t

I and this book will be donated to worthy patron, presiding.E. II : fry: r

i AgL'A: A125OFF the, school library. J. Smith and John F. Knight 't i 1E
were initiated into the Order
Miss Cone read a report of the I I 5 It I

district meeting which was held Mrs. Irene Johns, worthy grand I 'iI
l .ERIC"N 1 I 1 IN BIG at the Jacksonville Woman's Club matron of the Grand Chapter of I \ .

4 A' recently. Five members from the Florida will visit the chapter on 1

!,, ? ./ WEEKEND SPECIAL! local chapter attended. April 16 Prior to the meeting a 1 ik'x I
L. 4 Friday & Saturday ONLY Announcement was made by banquet will be held at the Seaside I !

Mrs. Fishier that open house will Inn at '6:30. i 1 ;

be held at the Judah P. Benjamin Any member desiring to attend

Beautiful New Suites Separates Accessories Museum at Ellenton, Florida, on should call Mrs. ,Gretta Campbellor I.
April 7th. Several members of Mrs. Cleo Brinson and make
."'f the chapter plan to attend. reservation.
.. )
The next meeting of the chapter All members are urged to attend tan '
will be a covered dish lunch. the banquet and meeting and We've Easter basket Y '

eon on May 8th, at the home of make Mrs. Johns welcome.
Mrs. H. D. Cook. Co-hostesses full) of fashions for ;

with Mrs. Cook will be Mrs. Gordon I Judge Weatherfrrd

T. Butler and Mrs. J, B. your youngster'sspring v ,
M Thompson.[ Several district officers Speaks Tonight At
will be guests at this meetingand Little Women MeetThe summer.

installation of )local officers *
Come choose from
will be held. The five Real Daughters Little Women of Fernan our

who are honorary membersof dina Beach will '
meet tonight : wide wonderful ) :
LIVING ItO1.IOccasional DINING ROOM BEDROOM the Amelia Island Chapter (Thursday) at 7:30 p.m. at the J array .

will be honored. The7 are Mrs. Woman's Club. :. .7J. :

Chairs Rockers Desks Tables Lamps Anna Weimer Hall, ,Mrs Nannie The meeting has been moved up / ", .t. I :
Baker Hardee, Mrs. Hadie Bell week due .k
one to the Easter "holi .
ALL AT 25% SAVINGS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Kennard, Mrs. Jennie Bell Swear- days. Judge Weatherford will )>e 1:..''. r. :. ?' ':; .' "' Ii! f

Inger and Miss Maggie Weimer. guest speaker for the evening and if

all members are urged to be pr : ;.
AT That we should practice what sent. .
EAST HOME OF we. preach is generally admitted; .
PAYMENT MATHER OF FERNANDINA INSTANT I but> anyone who preaches what he Why is it that we rejoice at ,a AII 1 ',: ATLANTIC AVENUE Af :

PLAN CREDIT i and his hearers practice must incur birth> and grieve at a funeral?,Its AC. All fun 5 OUTFITTERS THE ENTIRE FAMILY I

329 South 8th Street Phone 261-4383 the gravest moral disapprobation because we are not the person .
:,. Log&n;) PearcaU Smith nvolved. Mark Twain. : I l

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_Page' Four ,"MewsieaSer, .Femndtaa- Beach, Florida :"':Thursday, prf14, 196i .__ __ r .____-+._ _.__ ___ ____ __ __ _" ,.--rt 1 __ .... u ,.__ _
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Mamie Mills Circle? Troop 191 Patrols AMMtra* DayCllllpll'ee : l Junior; t .
To Meet Monday I PERSONALSMrs. ,: .; riign-Lignts.

With i Mrs. Luke if Mifciwk District Sorts \ 'BT JANICE SWEATT .' liVELY
Arlotta Reynolds of: Mrs.! M. K. Kearse of Denmark,
:"Sarnie Mills Circle of Woman's Springdale Penn, has returned S.,C. is visiting this week with her. I Hi!. The Future Teachers served fora

Society of Christian Service of home after a visit here with her .daughters Mrs E. V. Garcia and Five patrols of Troop 191 at- gathered around the campfire for ,at the Legislative Banquet last THE NESTLING .1
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and family and Mrs. Carl Quattle- tended the Mohawk District the presentation of the awards. ; '.. -*. ,' *'
Memorial} Methodist Church will Mrs. A. H, Reynolds 'on Sadler baum and family, and with her I Camporee held near Keystone! District, Scout Executive Jim auditorium '' ; It's world is ,buta.tiny shelf I LOVELY

meet Monday, April 9, for its Rd. sister-in-law, Mrs. .J. J. G. Cooper I Heights on March 2941; An invitation Sayer presented the ribbons. 4E::: er said he is Warmed b.a brooding mother's I

regular business and social meet- Pvt. Charles Edwards has returned Mr. W. F.:, Lentjes of Clarks- to the Camporee, was extended The highest award to be given .:.; ., ..,," most proud of breast, .* I
ing, at Ihe home of Mrs. H. S. dale, Mississippi visited last week. to all troops in the Nas- was a blue ribbon to the ,patrol -i. :. them as they did Safe hidden in >a woodland dell, I
I to Ft. Gordon
where he
Luke at'202: Citrons Drive. with Mr and Mrs Ralph sau District. The Mohawk District -i with the highest number of points. ;"'t rf 5 i a wonderful job. And cradled in a"l leafy' nest;
is presently stationed with the .end
is composed of Scouts and But, when the nestling learns to
V I The Explorer Crew of Troop 191 1 For the pastr'
All members are urged to at i U. S. Army after visiting with Wood and son, Chip. I .j; .
their leaders from the northern .
; I won the ribbon and first lace in : / 'ifew weeks, the -i LAWN'j
tend and 'bring their World Banks his wife, Mrs. Suzanne Edwards, section of Duval It's world the
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Markhamof County. I the Patrol Camp. The crew is led ;Eighth graders becomes boundless ;
to turn in for the yearly report. I and 'daughter, Cheryl, last week Brewton, Alabama visited dur- Accompanying the twentyeightboys by Mike Hamilton and is 'comoosd ",have been plan. sky. H. ; .''''
.. end.. ing the weekend with '''Mr. and were Scoutmaster Robert of Ronnie Oliver, Danny Full- ning the lunchroom -, t .. :; '
Hospital Auxiliary Pvt. Sammy Alvarez of Ft. Mrs. Gary Haddock and son, Fincannon, Assistant Scoutmaster wood, ,Ricky Oliver and Steve menus. No song is heard within-the dell; I r

Bragg, N. C. spent the weekend Markham. Marshall Fullwood, and Nassau' Adams. Mrs. Johnson's Bat, in the .blue,; translucent I 1. \
:To Meet April 9 District Commissioner Fred' Town- The. other in the room planned the first one with sky, '.V-", .
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Norton A patrols' troop Wesley Poole, Ted Anderson, Dale A most enchanting :jargonelleThe 4." i
three red and
The Hospital Auxiliary of Hum- Ybor Alvarez. Jacksonville visited during the send.Arriving late evening won 'ribbons one i.:. 0 ,
Friday ribbon.' i Blocker and Connie Cargal representing waking days.doth:,glorify; .,
phreys Memorial Hospital will Mrs. W. E, White has returned weekend with Mr. and :Mrs. Ralph the patrols, each working as a yellow I the class. Mr. Powell's As each, small nestling tries it's (
meet Tuesday, April 9, at 3:30 Wood and Chip. Attending the Camporee were f.
home after visiting with friends son separate unit, set up camp near room was next with Diane Bean, wings, : Food
I Steve Adams, Don Brownlee, Hirt Tuff
p.m. in the hospital dining room. for a week in Tifton, Georgia. Mrs. Lois Sheffield and children Lake Margie. Daniel, Ben -Dickens, Rocky Young Hall, Emma Lee Fiege, And, in it's triumph sweetly !
I It is requested that all The Camporee was Wanda Belcher '. .
i members Judy and George visited at program Christian, Jon and sings. : -
please be present. Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Kelly of Andrew College in Cuthbert, based on a point system with emphasis Dougherty Danny Fullwoodr Lee Jim Purgason planning it. Mr.Tyson's 4,
Godwin. Steve Hadden, Lowell
Liberty, S. C. visited during the on physical fitness and class will plan the menu '' *
0 dull prosaic"mind
Georgia last weekend. Michael may my ,
Hall, Hamilton, Charles
weekend with her mother, Mrs. E. scouting skills which included next week with Bubba Williams, undo
We This lesion 'my heart,
must remember teaclj :
not to V Garcia, and father CoL E. V. setups, ,. 50-yard dash, Hohon. Michael Leary, Pat Leary ;
Johnny Morris, student at the pull-ups Dayid Walters, Judi Williams and That I, too in nature find
judge public servant may :,
I any by anyone and Eddie Libby
Garcia, who is in the Naval Hospital GOOyard'run, broad I'
I act, and, especially should we University of Florida, spent the : standing I Carol Booth on the committee.Paul Of my own life a counterpart;
in Jacksonville.Mrs. weekend his Mr/\ jump, throws, Gary Hurry, .Rickie Oliver Celeste .
beware with parents, rope ompas.leour.se Kornau, Steve Seville. That soul| "yet shrill> find it's
of the who
attacking .
men ray
and Mrs. C. F. Morris.Stork obstacle course, string : Ronnie Oliver,,Graham Page, Terry Hardee, Janice Sweatt. and "
,- t"
I wings, :
are merely the occasions and not of Ashborn S.
Joe. King t ;
Rowe,'Bob Stover Mike Townsend '
burning contest, nature identification .- r Floyd Lewis, representatives from
And rise nobler things.
the of disaster. Theodore Cis with G. I to higher
causes visiting Mrs. J. J. I ,
and mapping. Billy Taylor, Loyd I Mrs.: Wartman'g class, will meet ; Herbert Luke
Roosevelt.( Cooper this. week. The highlight, of the weekend man, Wayne; Uffelman, Ralph I Monday at second period to plan ,
I ..'. ClubSandra ame on Saturday evening when i White, Gary Lovequist Larry' thei irfmenu. Not only has the plan-
297 Scouts and 47 adult leaders Lannon 'and Wesley Jtouglas. ning[of the meals been fun for'all
but.the meals have turned out to
i. and Jimmy Mayer of .. ,I,I'be just great!
.. I "SEE C. B.
Happy BirthdayFrom Essex, England, are the proud : j.I i
The Future Teachers of Amer-
parents of a 7 lb. 13 oz. baby
girl, Teresa Bernadette, born The ica, Club left this morning at 7:30 'Pete7 INGRAM"FOR
: March 23. Paternal grandparents a.m. for Gainesville. I'll have
}fro and Mrs. Frank more on their trip next week.
I Judge J. E. (Gene) Woo therfordDon't Mayer are of this city. 4,1 i-Garden Basket Mrs. Sether and Mr. Cough vis- I DUPONTTURF

ited the eighth graders last week Real Estate
Ann and Jake Mottayaw are
Forget, Your Birth Month Is the proud parents of a 6 lb. 4 oz. I to explain, the subjects to be' Life Insurance
baby girl, Melanie Anne, born taken in the freshman year at Retirement Income FOOD
Time To Renew Your Driver's License .1I
April 2 at Baptist Hospital in high school. Mrs. Sether was kind Health & AccidentHospitalization
Jacksonville. April has come to our gardens.It fashioned flower which, is. !
conver-I I to return again this'weekto
[ is a time of bountiful bloom in I sation piece in late -
help the eighth graders fill out Lightweight: easy-to-handle
,4 our climate, a time of many gar- when one, can actaally Major Medical
VA ConsultantTo the enrollment cards for next ft. of
A bag 5,000
den chores time when I j I sq.
a gardeners immense white, flowers unfolding. Disability Monthly Income
Visit Area wish that the many distract, year. I lawn with a balanced long
ing activities would cease long If you rather need large a quick annual growingand foliage See .you next week! .. ,, L L BOHANNON I lasting feeding of nitrogen,

H A1J Joseph A. Crawford, State Ser- enough for them to fully enjoy phosphorus,potassium.
!and their It plant the castor bean, may be the $4 INSURANCE
vice Officer, will be in Fernan- care for plants. is The idle man does' not know
dina Beach on April 8 from 2 un !good to wake and while half answer,' the red leafed varieties what it is to enjoy rest, Hard Phone 261.5269 $49522potfndbaj

3 til 4 p.m., for interviews with asleep remember that there is being the, most, attractive. The work, moreover, net only tends to S 1
it says here veterans or their dependents.An something very special in the gar seedpods.make.quite effective ma- give us rest for the body,'but,
.1. appointment may be mad den to run out and see, the new terial for flower arrangements what is ,even more. important, NASSAU
.. by calling 'Thomas G. Hall, County iris or rose, the emergence of an peace to _the .mind. =- Sir JohnLubbock. BUILDING
Service Officer, at 2614200. amaryllis bud on a plant that has I Plant now.Children. -- "-- --- & SUPPLY CO.
never bloomed before, the good i
stand of potatoes or beans, the and fools want,everything USc t 1129 g. Slh Ph. 2G1.364S
Homemakers 'irst'tomato blossoms. April is a because they want wit ,to To let friendship die away by tF ( 1ov
month for leisurely morning distinguish; there is no stronger negligence 'and silence, is t{#ain- WANTI liON'"
walks through the garden, and evidence of a crazy understanding Ilj not wise. It is voluntarily tp I TA E.e G.If WORK
Tomorrow Week with plant life growing by leaps than the making too large a catalogue : throw away one of the ,greatest ADS OvY 0". ROWlNQ
and bounds there is interest and of things necessary Sir I(I comforts of this weary pilgrim.age. .
Set Statewide Anticipation for each morning as George Savle.. I. Samuel Johnson..
it comes along.Unfortunately. I I i n :- --- .- -

L April is also a ; .' _
Tallahassee Governor Farris I :
time for many weeds, fo*' insects L
: Bryant has proclaimed the weekof on the rampage, for clamoring,

'( :. .. ., i.', 4 ClIsIIkA rOUftd '_ Iof Wiqte Toe Co/lllolt Homemakers Florida.March 31 to of April America 6 as Week Future in demands are to have what summer will not and wait fall beau if \ve: I I Ia11 1111 IEIViitiIiffFiI FAMOUS' MAKE

ty in our gardens. We are even! ,
I Future Homemakers are students asked to think as far as a year II
$4.99 $4.99 of home economics in junior ahead and fertilize and prune for i 5
and senior high schools who, next year's spring bloom. The ]I $79 AUTOMATIC
through their chapter activities,
one and only time to shape up ,,
work toward the over-all goal of "
spring flowering shrubs by" prun- s
helping improve. personal, family, ing is immediately after blooming -I WATER HEATER ONLYI'swi.tIi11W
and community living. Bulbs need fertilizing as they '
| State School Supt. Thomas D. finish blooming in older to maker
I i Bailey reported there are 15,006 good bulbs for another season.
: (Florida FHA members in 300 Snip the faded flowers from bulb-1
chapters throughout the state. ous plants and let the energy .5
: Miss Priscilla Gautier, a junior which would be spent in maturing ; $1' A95
j !I,I at New Smyrna Beach High seed go toward the propagation I
School, i is president of the Florida of new bulbs. Snip the faded "

i i Association. sprays from spiraea also.
$4.99 $ .99 Miss Frances Champion, State Azaleas are fertilized immediately I 1 trg s VTTiiIN
FHA Adviser' said that during after blooming. Remember e
FHA Week many chapters schedule that their roots are barely under I5'Ii1k1ida,11II! ; '_ '
special events for the families the ground and there should be ; .
of members and for the school I no digging in of fertilizer. Care- '
faculties. They also stage programs fully rake away .the mulch,. scat-1 I "
and arrange exhibits to ter the fertilizer on the ground Suburban ;(v 4
interpret the purposes of the organization around the plant, give them fe
and the objectives of : new mulch of clean leaves and be \
.. I a broad home economics program. sure to water long and thoroughly Propane
t I
to dissolve the fertilizerand : LtaF
Current National Projects are: I so as _
I make it available to the plant. + '
:You and Your Values Stay in I : GAS SERVICE i1
School, Family Friendship, Mar- It is of course important to useJ
riage Calls for Preparation, and special azalea and camellia fertilizer ifs
Action for Citizenship. The Flor- It is a good idea too to *
ida Association is ,now sponsoringthree pinch out the awkward tall spikes \ _S'/I"I 1 :

.. State Projects FHA of new growth when they first i lea :
Scholarship Fund, Beautificationof start, for they mar the shape. of; call fordetails x -1.

: "PARTIN'S Schools and Communities, and the bush. .
Our American Heritage.As It is a good time to spray for
.. their motto states, these scale on camellias, for temperatures ; : _
:Atlantic, Avenue Phone 261.4241 citizens of tomorrow are working now are not too hot or too'' SSI'1 J ..
t "toward new horizons" through cold for the safe use of an oil emulsion -j + 3' hI \
their activities.IH like volck. Malathion can
_._ _. many_ I
-- be used for scale and many other ;!< I ---W17TI' S''S.S
pests no matter what the temp-

t I II. erature. .3 w a ,, F I
Don't delay taking cuttings for
DANCE chrysanthemums if you want ';, ,
: large vigorous plants for fall :t J :
: bloom. It is a little longer process ./ !
than using the division method
but it is the modern procedure I 2\
to avoid the carry over of :
FRIDAY NIGHT I' APRIL 5 i chrysanthemums diseases from ( J II I

year to year, ;
The time to air-layer for new 1
9 p.m. To 1 a.m.' > plants which will be several years j ,
is ( (
ahead of cuttings is here. It '
rather a thrill to try it and one ,. !
has nothing to lose. 'The branch -( I
*; "TO THE BEST IN to be air-layered should be at .
least size. ,
: '; ,POPULAR.( MUSIC"BY One of the very important April
chores is to set out plants of tender /limited time only '
H anneals to take over when JWWOBDiMilSG-30 : 4

the spring flowering one succomb I.
to hot weather. Put in plants for
early ones and try planting 'seedof j 6AIUI CAPACITY _, Cqr, SUBURBAN PROPANE

Alflx/e/ the such easy subjects as zinnias
& ;
t Sharps and, marigolds for fresh plants! '. 6USS-LHEO f'[ w r GAS SERVICE I
later, on. Ageratum alyssum aster -

i balsam, telosia, cosmos! dahlia 1 INSULATED 4 7 South 7th Phone 261.3661 !
gaillardia, globe-amaranth,
CLUB HOUSE AT TENACRES sunflowers marigold morning- II I '. .
." glory portulaca salvia, tithonia, ,.'r 1IYEMIMMITY' f ifii :.'
SPONSORED BY torenia, and zinnia can be plantedin -t.. ,

: J.B.E.WCAL BOWLING TEAM I S If prD.you have a spot for an an- '. e:1M: J
nual vine, try the lovely evening i r 'c y .. _
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vine. It is old .. ; .j f'
blooming moon an
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Door Prizes $2.00 CwpiI .1 < _-_ <\ .-- ,.

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___ - Ne s-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday; April 4. 1963 Page Five
::/ __ __*" 1 c. 'L

-. ;I r 1 CAPITOL LETTER this retrieval money systems.bring in terms What of would ma-I High Schoo/.fchoes./ lug 20's Dance on May 4 from 1 I ;- ""; -

I 9 .until 1 a.m. kt the Woman's'Club WE IN
: chinery or equipment, asked SPECIALIZE ,.-+
Mrs. Bob Gingles and Mrs. vAtitMMfk
.. BY JERRY .MOCK Frank Buchanan, board member t
: _
from Miami. No one could say BY SHARON GOUGE Robert W, Cenek will be in chargeof Transmission '

J TALLAHASSEE It seemed the $33.5 million that had been exactly, though there was mention I f I ticket sales. Repairs,
you were on cloud nine, listening recommended by the recently of pilot machines. Then what I Hi! ........Pirates.. played a grand I Mrs. Exteen Corbett announceda Brake Wheel 1
tb'"-the State Board, of| Control in presented Florida Space Era 'Education was the $500,000 for, asked Buch t.: opening game meeting of the Little Women Rebuilding Alignment _
t Tampa talking about all that Study. (The study is due anan. It was for a study of these I :'. .. ,1 a st Thursday Home Decorator tonight at 7:30 (Thursday) when
money It looked unreal ,to.,them, for completion around April 22)). things. ), .'. } \ with Bishop Ken07 Judge J. E. Weatherford will be GENERAL REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES & MODELS.

to,. The board talked about small -e--. \ but lost with Speaks guest speaker, and the Graduation at-

They were talking about some sums, like $100,000. (Dr. Brow- Left unsaid was that probably' ...:.:.. .....:...y".;:;. -: | a score of 10 ,to WednesdayAt Dance on May 30 at the Jetty Our Repair Facilities Are The Finest Best Equipped

$2:: million more for the next ard Culpepper, cigar-chewing director above all, libraries could be' most 'O. Ronnie Sapp, Lodge for the senior class. and, Most Modern In Town IHARRELL'S"

..... :......:j sophomore, pitch- Woman's Club
noted the automation
two than they had already isum was not too improved by and the ': > :: The Scholarship Committee has
years (
for Univer- (small for a retirement kitty for new communications devices.I :' Jtr .y>>: :, ed a fine game. 'planned a Puppet Show, under
decided on Florida one.) p'r.., : The boys playtheir William Broadfoot, interior decorator the direction of Mrs. J. Bayard ,
city system,, And that $22 mil- !I Countless hours of time could be aL : N ;> next for Jones STANDARD
Bros. Co. SERVJCE'South
/ game AUTO
Britton, for April 20 at 10 a.m.
The study bad revealedto
]JQlwas about one-third. less than space saved machines
I I by that searched with Camden Jacksonville,
was guest speakerfor
them a shocking thing: FlorIda's at the club house. There will be Eighth Street t
higher education programwas out specific information and presented -j' County Thursday the April 2 meeting of the refreshments and a nominal fee

I falling farther behind. This it to students. The scholar, afternoon at 3:30 p.m. in the City Fernandina Beach Woman's Club. will be charged for admission.It "Your Rambler Dealer" ..

was a system that by 1964 will instead of spending most of his I Ball Park. He was introduced by Mr:;. Geo- was announced the Thrift ..

have four full-blown universities. time looking for information | The junior class play, "Skinned rge Pavis, president, following a Shop, Mrs. D. C. Land chairman,
could spend 4 that valuable time Alive" which tea at 3 o'clock.
This was a system that even at was presented last located on North 4th St. across
the end of World War II had a using his powers of reason and Friday night, was a real success.It Mrs. H. W. Fishier and Mrs. J. from the Post Office was in need

girl's school in Tallahassee and a imagination in his studies. was a wonderful comedy and P, Ewing presided at the silver of clothes for sale. The shop is W ;,w : ." .' .. '. :, .:': : ,,: .. ..... ,, )

University in Gainesville. i The board went on and 'on, the directors, 'Miss Pipkin and service at a beautifully appointedtable open on Monday, Thursday, Friday I
I Mr. Jameson, are to be commend. centered with a handsome and Saturday and the public
talked about four engineering -
..,.. They through $22, million dollars it arrangement of orchids from the I
ed for the wonderful job they is invited.
schools and schools hoped would help Florida catchup "Remember last summed
C I I did in helping the juniors produceit. reenhouse of Cecil Hall .at Ame- Officers for the new year, pre-
with the
Co >lit I in Pensacola and the Cape Canaveral j I education.rest of the nation in lia City. sented by the nominating committee

l area. higher Club day was held last Friday Hostesses were, Mrs. L. A. Ferreira with Mrs. J. P. Ewing chair '\

h ,.,. They talked about things that I I What came out of that Board and I am positive all the clubs chairman, Mrs. E. E. Dyal, man, are as follows: st ing/stickq
: were real in terms of money but I of Control meeting goes Tuesdayinto had successful meetings. The Jun- co-chairman, Mrs. J. C. Duey, .- Mrs.. J. C. Bennett, president; ,
d almost surrealistic in terms of I a Legislative pot with many, ior and Senior Honor Societies Mrs. E. J. Elvin, Mrs.\ J. B. Evans, ,Mrs. L. E. Sellers, 1st vicepresident "

I i I'things concrete. They talked I many other requests for money are busy getting ready fpr; their Mrs. J. T. Ferreira, Mrs.\ F. F. ; Mrs., R. N. Alday, 2nd vice-
'about spending $500,000 to study I in other fieJds) to help' us face a I II annual' induction of members. The Gaines and Mrs. ,R. W. Galphin. president; Mrs. F. L. Jones, 3rd unbearable weather? J.
e how to automate the' state's lie I real Florida population explosion. Junior: Honor Society will induct In his address, following the vice-president; Mrs.\ Walter Preston I

.-- braries and set up. information I .1 their members tomorrow, Friday, devotional by Mrs. F. L. Jones 4th vice-president; Mrs. P. .
And for the I /
-- next two months
-' -- and
: and the Pledge to the Flag :
at the 7th period assembly. 'c. Stewart, recording secretary
:.<. the Legislature will attempt to' club collect by Mrs. K.. W. Robi- Mrs. S, H. Davis, corresponding,
*f,4' The mighty Pirate Band will .
r piece these money requests into son, the speaker gave an informa secretary;' and Mrs. W. C. Owens, .
travel to St.
kind of that will Augustine Saturdayto '
some package
f tive resume of the points to be .
participate in the annual dis- treasurer. ,
help the taxpayer without draining remembered in selecting 'furnish' I'

your t : too much. .from his pocketbook trict contest. The schedule for the ings, such as individual needs forcure's .
I I band is as follows: Concert at
; the size of pt
own personality, !I
.. rya house I This is where the talk of 9:30 a.m; sight reading at 10 the room, stating that light colors f .
t new a.m.; and student conducting immediately I ATTENTION
make the room appear larger. I
FW taxes comes in. The forces against
their I following at 10:30: a.m. ,
He stressed flattering colors in LLAH
: more spending will collide with The band will'march at 8:30: p.m.
furnishings, the same as in choosing -
the forces for
home more spending.
The Tri IIi Y met Wednesday
those in clothes and particul- CAR
irresistable force the
I meets
night at the Recreation Center
arly to select the designs
.. 'immovable object. One Legislatorhas proper
I for their regular business meet- )
those considered
rather than

I to you,If there something can be happens moneyto I session freely will predicted be extended this at "tax"least ,ing.Little the latest style, if they are not I OWNERS ,..' \'. : .. .i_._._
'' Women are reminded suitable to the decor.
help pay off the mortgage I another 20 daysinto, June. .... ;
with low cost mortgage .re that the regular meeting has The speaker presented three You don't have to suffer through another one _

il demption life insurance. I With the requests for money been moved up one week and will lovely door prizes from Jones I SHAT-R-PROOF like it, you know.
I Leave your family a home pouring in, it is certain that Bros. Co., which were won by
;J 1i i h not a debt. ,See us now. something's got to give. The be held tonight (Thursday) at Mrs. J. B. Thompson, Mrs. Wayne I ..::: In just a few hours, you can make your home

I questions are where And who? 7:30 p.m. at the Woman's Club Dotson and Mrs. Philip ,Jackson. I II ;,. a haven of cool .comfort day and night with a

i ; ;- the WOOlENInsurance I Building with Judge Weatherfordas Mfs. L. K. Nolan, music chairman Auto GLASS Service i Carrier Weathermaker*. Think of.it! Cool, clean,

guest speaker. All are reminded introduced Miss Sara )Jlanna I I dehumidified, refreshing airin every room of your
II ITS to be music teacher at Fernandina
prompt. 1
traditional AgencyCALL I School, who t GUARANTEEDEquipped I home this summer-and for many summers to
Beach Junior high _
Many members of the Key Club
r v ELLEN SHANK 19-SAFETY4 spoke very graciously to the membership I come. It's a wonderful new kind of living

favorite, 261.5503 \ *..,.?* jn florldai) attended Jacksonville a Divisional last Saturday IV Rally in the in and accompanied by Mrs. i With *. At present, our low pre-season prices are in
rendered f
V e ----. ---- -...,... George Washington! Hotel. The Ike .Shiver'at the solos.piano, : Glass MachineS ". effect. So If you'll obey thatimpulse to air con .
several lovely
I I purpose of the Rally was to electa dition now, you'll be ahead two ways. You'll save
LEVIS Mrs. J. C. Bennett, Jr. announced -
I new Lt. Governor. Chip Wood, i the dental clinic, sponsored by I One Service money .? and you and your family will be readyto

l SISTER BESSIEIJEADER vice-president of the Fernandina the Philanthropic Committee, is Day I breeze through the first,siz'zler (and all other ;- .
li t
i HEALER & ADVISERt Beach Club defeated., ran for William the positionbut Morris completed. The clinic, with Mrs.R. i Windshield and r sizzlers) this summer. Come in or call. use.V.l Pal of I
TRIIVI- E. Phinney chairman this year,
1'rGI I Have The God Given Power To ,. International vice-president, handles the dental work for those I Back Glasses i .

j. Heal 'By )Prayer gave an inspiring speech.oh" "Full- children who need assistance, I : : ,
I fill Freedoms Challenge, which is the cooperation of Dr. T

i J Will.Guarantee Tp Help the international theme of all the James through B. Stewart and Dr. W. D. : HERB WHITE'SPaint 1
CUTS i ,.Cluhs. The Clubbers who i ,
v\ \ If You am Sick. Worried, or In nad'I Key Key Rodeffer.Mrs. r.;;,: '; .: }Y <
.4f \\ Luck. No problem is too great for. i Wood attended: vice.thrally esident, were Steve: Thomas Chip Stuart Davis announcedthat : b Body Shop .

I I/' Miss Loy Clifford had pre. L. B. Reese. &
i Plumbing (9.I
Polyester ,. SISTER BESSIE i Charles Corbett: Edward I Heating .
; sented the Club with a percolator 122 S. _
.* If you. \\'e.inyjhing that wmje'y3.doi t vait! See her f'i i Yrt 1-i.v,9WllJraell 1! J. K. 8th Ph. 261-44&9 '
,,... teNT .r'--" + which had belonged to her late j !I JOt j 80. 8lh STREET PHONE 201-1892.
: Business Buineessaffairs.
.L x TnD..m-'Ar L ov'e, Ma i-via i a;Divorce, and Frrdenibn, Burgess Lewellen, .and Mrs.
sister and club member,
1vleeionBAILEY'S t Seeder about Loved Ones. 4
your Mr 'Press J ajueion, who acted as --- -- -- -
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SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ALL ARE WELCOME l their sponsor.. **:. 'Caroline Long. I ;
OPEN 7 A.M. TO 10 P.M. ALSO SUNDAYS rt Mrs. L. E. Sellers
located 2 Miles South of Fernandina Beach on 8thStreet. Watch See you next week! guests, her sister-in-law! Mrs. ,! ft ft

for Indian Head Sign in Front. Wesley Arnold. Mrs. John Robaa i
See her for jour Lucky Days and Lucky NumbersI "The big trouble with success introduced Mrs. Oscar Sorensenof : ,,

ATLANTIC AT SEVENTH Fernandina Beach, Florida today is the government dividesit Miami, former resident of 'i \ r
.." __ __ '_' _'-----. ___ r'J ? with you. ernandina Beach, and Mrs. ',.
---' -
Thad Lee introduced her guest, ;
I Mrs. John Wilsher. !

..t Mrs. Walter Preston presentedMrs. I Easierfashions't
. Bennett Wilson and Mrs. !)
: or
.r .
"';. r., i: Wayne Dotson as new members. I
lit'l... .. A ., I ..., .. Plans for the annual" Fashjon
'/f. -; ."'' like Dadbh&KS5! 1.
':- .. Show and Card' Party on April' just
.. !: : ; ,
"' .. ,. .u .J..j.. '. '' .. it'J -A "- .. 241 were announced. The affair .
j." .. ,
Ii".. ') :' ,1. Woman's Club
;' It will be held at the
f ,- .." : I. ,\... t 1
j .' bn April 24 at 8 with proceeds ,
w ,'." to .' : '., .. M'ItL" "r ',.. ,0:.L.h' ..- h.....;.' \ . '. ,r to be used p.m.by the Philanthropic : He'll be the proudest tf :
.1.\ "
....i...,.,\.. ., << .... ,. if" Committee for the
t- ,.', ,...- .-.' \ clinic. Drawing for a TV will be fellow in the Easter parade j : -

** :\ held at this time. Tickets may be .-
\. '\.' : t.: : !': ,'. ... .-'" I IL uurchased at Lynn's, Charlene'a, when he wears an outfit .', 'j

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Florida children whose veteran- .

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w : What's into In 19C2, 9G8 took part in this pro ,.-..
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County Service Officer, said. .
: cut costs f for brakes, anti-freeze oil and lubrication. plus the top Those who are eligible are thr :

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a Six -- -- .News-Lea'der, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, April 4, 1963 1: ,

Local Man KilledContinued w l ti 4 y, Lightning Causes --' I i

( from Page One) yf 13 1 % of Forest bc RIRce 'RloonFlorida's *

workers to R. H. ,
tty Young Inc.\
a crab processing plant here. Fires In FloridaFlorida's Oldest and Most Historic
The impact raised the bus off I
I, Fernandina Beach's Favorite
Meeting Place
Its dual rear wheels, tearing them
loose from the bus and severingthe Summer thunder- For The Finest In Beverages
universal joint so that the I $ta storjn is a mixed blessing, in the
Wheels went one way and the bus > : opinion firefighters.of Florida Forest Service \q't Boiled Shrimp Ham On Rye

another.. The driver of the bus and two cYy.. During severe drought which Kosher Sandwiches Barbecue j jf
occupants were uninjured. The accident touched most of the state last
occurred between 2:30 and year, thunderstorms. added inches 4 I
3 a.m.City. I r x of welcome rainfall On more I '-----
Officer Orvis Yawn said I t than tae occasion when it seemedto :
that he was parked at Askins I I weary crewmen that a raging i
Laundromat and saw Kelly'scar : k' : forest fire could not be stopped! [ArmstrongSALES 1 1tgiii'
by their own efforts, the rains
go by at a terrific rate of speed. a .,
; _
Before he could pull onto the street the accident occurred in ,New fires are also less likely to I'T
front of L B. Reese Plumbing MAURICE CHEVALIER AND HAYLEY MILLS are break out, when rain dampens 0 Y5 .
\ Company, several blocks out shown in a scene from Jules Verne's, "In Search of the surface litter. 4\,
Eighth Street. Castaways", showing Friday through Monday at the But with the rain last year -:I AND INSTALLATION
Officer Henry Kitchens and Han Theatre. much of it recorded as thundershowers .
Yawn conducted the investigation. came a sharp increase N:AK.h VA
Kelly's body was sent to Sum- :in the number of forest fires LOVEQUIST
I ONE OF THE STARS of last week's Lions Minstrel was i
ter, S. C. for burial services and Himmelman TellsContinued PINNEY ANTESBy caused by lightning. Of 8,608 for' I Color Center8th
interment in Evergreen Park. Ox- est fires occurring during the bad George Tyson, shown exchanging a bit of minstrel repartee
ley Mortuary was in charge of fire year 1962, not less than 1,120 with Marshall Rowland, interlocutor. This year's St. At Five Points phone 261-3068 ,
( from Page One) BILL PINNEY I minstrel rated possibly the best Downs Carpet Valspar Paints Wall
local arrangements.} were started by the fiery bolts was as ever staged by Paper
-------- -- Ben Clarke, president; Louie A Cuban leader in Exile Exile which often herald a summer the Lions, --- -- -- .. .
Lowe, first vice president; Car- that's suburb of Miami storm., -
son McKendree, second vice president -I has been quoted as. saying 90 percent But lightning is not peculiar to Army AviationIs Patronize Our Advertisers I Try A Classified Ad For Quick Results 1
(LOSE ; John Barniak, third vice of the people in Cuba are summer. It' may ride with a win
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president; Mike Fiala, secretary; I I anti-Castro. The other 10 percent ter thunderstorm as a cold front ------ -- I
Bobby Adams, treasurer; Doug i are with him. I moves in.Thirteen. Now OfferedQualified ,
Decker, tail twister Claj'tonSanders I ... .'
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LIFETIME When I finish this I can be I per cent of all Florida -. "'.:. .
Lion tamer and Andy
I quoted as having said that 98 percent forest fires last year were caused RecruitsYour '
.. PLASTIC Anderson and Max Wesley. as 2- I
of the people in the United I by lightning. In 1961, lightning
DINNERWAREOUT year directors. States hate Castro's guts. The i was blamed for six per cent of r 'Move Up To Quality, ,. \
Johnny Hutchins reported that I
I other two per cent ain't got the Florida forest fires. local United States Army
$1.00 cUPS 25th the Lions anniversary would celebrate with a social their I guts to let 'em do' anything aboutjit I Campfires sparked two per Recruiter, Sgt. Charlie Trout, Use Premium Jersey ; J 'J :
: cent of last forest fires
; made this comment today. Now,
NOW 54c event ing. at Ten Acres Saturday even-I I I. As for the Cubans who are an smo'kers, 15 per cent; debris if you meet the requirements, you h| Milk. Your Family

Carson McKendree told of the I ti-Castro, according to my trusty burning, 26 per cent; incendiarism can fly with Army Aviation..' Sgt.
$LOO) PLATES Deserves The Best" 4
abacus figuring 7,000,000 pop 36 per cent; marchines suchas '
baseball dinner for Monday .
planned \
i Trout has the
NOW 54c night at the Recreation Cen- ulation there' are about 6,300,000of railcar hot boxes, or even' answers to your ,.
'em. I power saws, six per cent; miscellaneous questions as to whether or not ,
ter and urged Lions to assist in -
$1.75 lUSH the arrangements.A I With the administration back- included electric fences you can qualify for this golden -
him it take that and firecrackers two per cent.
ing may guy opportunity.
NOW 94c community is like a ship; Donovan those another year to to Miami bringall suppressing During 1962 fire, saved state rural crews property in See him any Tuesday at the HOLLY HILL LEADS IN e Richness
unhappy people
everyone ought to be prepared to local Draft Board from 11 .
valued than
at more $3,000-|. a.m.\
take the helm. Henrik Ibsen. for us happy taxpayers to support -
SETNOW $9.95 000 houses, ,fences, pasture, til 3 p.m., convince him you qual e Freshness e Nutritiousness t Deliciousness

l Women have, commonly, a very Some anti-Castro Cubans went vehicles, and farm buildings. ify for a chance to fly with the
positive moral sense; that which almost too far last week when green.
HARDEE BROS. they will, is right; that which then hanged him in effigy. That Soil ConservationBY Army Aviation is expanding.More .
they reject, is wrong; and their was a nasty insult to every football helicopters I and conventional- HOLLY HILL DAIRY"ONLY
Atlantic Avenue will, in most cases, ends by set- coach in America.He aircraft pilots are needed. If you
I thing the moral Henry Brooks ought to be crucifide. Andno REID POWELLTwo are a High School Graduate and
Adam ifs, Bryant and Butts about It. signs faced most hunters would like to qualify you as a. INDEPENDENT DAIRY SERVING FERNANDINA BEACH"
; -- warrant officer pilot of Army .
during the past season in Nassau Aviation.. -
County and other areas of the I WOULD LIKE TO TRY: t .
state. The most predominant signs

PASSBOOK LOANS ''i' read lowed", "Posted. These No signs Hunting, undesirable AI'I things God hath of the chosen world to the confoundthe foolish 2.HOMOGENIZED PASTEURIZED ADDRESS: _T I'._.,,_. '. ,t..r.: ..
wise; and God hath chosen the
'I by most hunters, may also be undesirable .
weak of i 3. CHOCOLATE MILK (Not Chocolate .
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often the landowner has sufferedsome the things which are -Drink) PIIPNE't.: ....................:_..... _....
type of property damage by mighty. New Testamentsistance 4. SKIM MILK
;; ON OUR SAVINGS. LOAN PLAN. YOU DON'T irresponsible hunters, causing the ----- 5. CREAM MAIL\ TO: HOLLY HILL DAIRY
posted signs.A 6. CHURNED BUTTERMILK Rt. 3 Box 612
: WITHDRAW FROM YOUR SAVINGS different and more welcome Service from through the Soil the Conservation Nassau.1. (Only Churned Buttermilk In Fern-' Jafksomille, Florida.
sign 'was posted on part of a I SCD. ,. andina Beach) Ph. PO-.ri-fi100
large pulpwood company's wood. .
BORROW WHAT YOU NEED AT 5% %. lands this year. It reads, "Hunt., '- -j-- ,. --.
ers Welcome, Lands in this Area "
are open to Hunters Please:
REPAY AT ONE TIME- ..- .: r'- Obey Game Laws, Prevent Forest i MAXWELL HOUSECoffee
Fires, Keep Roads Open to Pulpwood .
OR IN INSTALLMENTS >;,; '. f '-:' Trucks and Other Traffic,
I. '. ,_/ : >: ;'.r. Keep Gates Closed, Camping by
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Permission Onl]
This type sign extends to the \ 1 Ib. Can 48c

n'". YOU GET THE FULL AMOUNT OF YOUR LOAN hunter imposes certain certain privileges.responsibilities.If It also. 1 1

the hunter takes advantage of LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER
I IMMEDIATELY the privileges offered, he should
certainly assume the responsibilities.
This amounts to an
WITHOUT DELAY DISCOUNT PENALTIES OR .. ment between the 1-ndowner and ,
the hunter and should be treatedas \ Oil
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SERVICE CHARGES One of the goals of the Nassau
1 Soil Conservation District Is to
help create a better relationship LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 OR! MORE FQD ORDER
between the landowners of Nas-
sau County and the hunters...This ,

.i: Fernandina Federal/ Savings relationship more welcome can signs be improved posted,. pro and

vided the hunters will accept, the 'Oil 24 oz.25c
responsibilities given with the 604 Atlantic Ave.

hunting privileges _
interested in improving
And loan Association Landowners
the wildlife habitat on LIMIT ONE WITH 55.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER
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.I -- ''': '' __ __ 1 ___,' ,. ,__ ,__ __ ffe.wg- eader, Fernanda> Beach Florida Thursday, April 14, 1963 Page\ : SereSports .

i has you plenty fishermen of,bait to come available.out as he I Bob Larsen" Harry-- Poole Has

ft f.-k', I Hole-ln-One At Dallas-Fort Worth Win ExhibitionThe 1

Slants Tom OTIeanv a good friend
from Detroit bas reported for j I New Assistant Pro Local l Golf Course

Spring baseball sessions. He has Triple-A Dallas Fort'day afternoon in .the annual
Harry Poole, local Rotary and Kiwanis Clubs of
=: BY CURT CORDON been coming ,down each; year for At Golf CourseEd i his first bole-in-ope golfer, scored the-. Worth Rangers defeated the I spring training benefit baseballame Fernandina Beach.
i over
the past three years. and fin U1y i weekend. with .an ace on the par-3 j Charlotte Hornets, 9 to.4 Sun. ; sponsored by: the Lions, The Rangers came up with
showed QP again last Monday. He five
The Ferna>4in Beach pjnte.sidn't f Asking and .JtQ1tnY H tchins play. .' said he came strictly on friendship iztn now ai me ernancuna | big runs in the first inningof
teach Golf Course. |local Golfers the contest on two walks, art
1 tare so well last Thursday i f ing golf.. Askins teed off and ,, this year because his grand The hoJe-an-. I I: Crusaders Hand error and three base blovs
afternoon in their opening base, [ went 'into' the voods. lIe hit anOther son, Larry Ballanger, has given me set up a chain
ball encounter against the Bj$ one jn.q the hit i baseball and settled down to : pf three ensuing birdies: giving 'J Honors James Snider walked to ,open
vqpj }woqijs: then I up Capture the Ted
Poole the unusual game UbJeander w*
feat of
,Kenny_Crusaders. Ronnie Sapp,t the third straight ball into the 1 teaching school in Michigan. being." ( Pirates 2nd loss safe when Carmelo Mesa failed
1 i live under for four
starting Pirate Pitcher, held the off the Jim Hutchins ft par consecutive : (
wpqds tee. ft ft -
|, holes. to hold his fly ball} into centei-
visitors at bay for the first two Mid{ "Slim why don't you use an Mrs. Skipper reports from Nas f In Waycross Golf ; field Joe Christian
With singled Hay
Flaying With.Foole. George I 13-6 Score .
inning but were
the lack
probably of old ball instead of a new one each I sauville that the whiting! are real- ,I Jablor.Ski doubted, John Ward
J Tyson Tm Lannon and
Piratel practice 2 was the downfall of ,the! time SliJQ quickly replied "I I ly being caught at her fish camp. Bean. The foursome Lewis"Red was I Eight Fernandina Beach golf.1 walked and Joe Nossek singled,

and the Crusaders went don't have any old balls." The Ellis crew as she puts it-- under for the back nine, ers journeyed to Waycross Ga., The Bishop Kenny Crusaders accounting: far the five runs.
to seven par
cm n,10.0. i
1r I brought in a nice catch of whiting I holes. | Tuesday to compete in the Ladies: handed the'Fernandina Beach Pirates The Rangers added anotherrun
2 j
ft R. B. Harrell has, probably I j sheephead and young drum. r, .. I Spring Tournament at the Oke- their second defeat of the I m the fifth when Jablotuki i
Stevg Beckett Fernandina. thIrd 1 I caught the largest drum :of the' Mr. and )Ir$. Hagan and M.r. and '4YF .. fenokee Golf Club. season Tuesday afternoon with a tripled to left eeater and stored

baseman, spoiled a nohit effort 1''season when he brought 'int two Mrs. Tyre of Yulee had a nice .v.f Pirates Bow To Capturing honors for the locals' ; score of 13-6 on the Duponf diamond after W>wd flied to Itft. The f"-
by Pitcher George Manassa of' last week with the largest jveighng I I catch ,of whiting and Mrs. Skipper were -Miss Lynda !Mattson winner'I I in Jacksonville.Fernandina al three runs came in the sixthon
BishopCKenny when he singled in I | 31 pounds. The little one of.. says fishing is getting better. of the First Flight Consolation I scored 2 runs in singles &by Kay Bellino, Sny-
the third inning 'for the only hitbf the two weighed 78, pounds and 'I ftPorter's Bishop Kenny In and Mrs, Ed. Mattson, runnerup' the first inning when Steve Bec der and Uhlfander.
the all game for< Fe.rna.ndina, they were caught off the south II I Fish Camp reports in the second flight, I kett singled, Alan Cover walked
.. The Hornets scored two
ft ft ft I f I runs
jetties. good fishing from] the jetties. Season Opener Miss, Mattsjon had one of the and Benny Alvarez' doubled to in the ,seerad maing when Albert
Former Fernandina athlete are I ft ft Porter Barnard, Johnny Bodine, __ > __ best pine holes, during the tourney drive in the twq runs, but the Earth stapled, Reginald Hamilton
doing well for themselves in the We made our debut into the Bobby Moore and Red Batchelor being only two over ladies Ii Crusaders came back in the bot tripled then scored when
toUege-: ranks Jimmy Ewing has The Bishop Kenny Crusaders tom half of the first to 5''
'drum fishing rank last Saturday along with Bill Popson broughtin par on the back aide, score Ronald; Clark
i reacb/d. first
made jjbe, University of kr ruined the opening day of the runs and take the lead "the'I' PP. in
Georgia afternoon with our good friend nice ,whiting young drum and, I Others competing in the 'tourney in 'error. The third Charlotte run
freshman golf team besides being I Jake Bunch, and after a long bass. baseball season for the Fernan from the Fernandina Peach [game. Five walks and singles by I I fame in the fourth when Hamilton
J an outstanding and promising't struggle Jake finally landed a 54I ft ft fr' dina Beach Pirates as they I club were Mrs. G, H. Waas, Jr., Ohle and Lee accounted for the slashed out his second triple

potbalCpIayer for the Bulldogs.DannyGriff ;. I pounder. Our colleges Tom I A. S. "Andy" Allan had,one of downed the local boys, 10-0, be Mrs Tom Lannon, Mrs. L. C. five. ions. I I and Clark fifed! to left with
in tossed five innings' Michael} Mary Michael l and Ruth the hottest nine holes at the golf; hind the one-hit pitching of lefty Shave, Mrs. Rudy York Mrs. J. Ii The Pirates came back with one I i :Hamilton scoring after the catch
freshman df one3i t ball for the Florida Harbison in the boat next to us i course over the weekend; ;Andy George Manassa.[ Manassa, was I W. Hiers and Mrs. Edison Casey. run in the second inning when I I The Iiorw+ets' final ran came in
in baseball last week I failed to land a big one. But Ruth, : shook up his1\' opponents with a in complete control of the gameas ,! Barry Rice reached first on an'I'I 1 the ninth when Clark tripled and
and BilhMcRae is one of the out- secretary for Sherry j he allowed the Pirates only error and Tommy Jones and Bee- i
Robertson 38
sparkling just one over on I scored on a single by Chuc!
Standing"\ baseball players on the 1! of the Minnesota Twins Farm [ the tough front nine where anything one hit during the contest a CityBowling kett singled to account for the I Weatherspoon.Jabkosid .
South Georgia Junior College Teams single! in the third by Steve .Bec : Fernandina 11
i training here, didn'V pay I in the thirties is acceptable run. went ahead with |
I 1
Shim IlT TJ3ouglas. Jimmy Gordon i I Ed Mattson golf pro at the ; kett, Fernandina third sacker I { led the eight-hit attack -
j too much attention to tne big ones to the best, players. )..- three big runs in the third on an
jj running the dash I Fernandina Beach Golf ,Course Manassa struck out Pi I by the Rangers with a
100-yard in',being caught as she was content ft seven LeagueBY error, a walk and singles ,b7 Alan
that he has I double and triple! while Snyder
ttn announces added Bob
seconds or less at Florida to landing whiting. rates and walked five. Cover and Beryl Rice.
I' Herb Potts fishing' is goodat Larsen his Uhlea Jer, Christian, Ward Nos
Sitate and Tom Bailey named says to staff as assistant ,
was ft ft fr'Bud I his on Lofton Creek L. Ronnie Sapo opened on the 'I H. H. ELLIS JR. Bishop Kenny came bacH withj.sek
camp and Belliflo hit
| ; safely once
aq outstanding football I I
player at hill for the Pirates and held the '
Catawaba last I Holt reports from the Fer H. Rbnau caught two black bass; pro.Larsen, well-known jn this area S WEEK OF 3-27 three runs in the fourth on a walk, j for Dallas-Fort Worth. ,
year.ft nandina Ocean Pier that the whiting -,;: Mr. Kostoff brought in 2 black :}for his golfing ability, was visitors down for the first two Total 1 9 hit batsman a single by New-1 Reginald HamHten led, the
ft and blues are really beip g !(i bass weighing about three pounds ,(erly greenskeeper at the\ form'I'I innings, allowing only oneiJ:: am Standings. .W L Pins I" man an. a home run by McMenamy. ]Hornets in hitting with two triples *
Harry Poole blasted a hole-in- caught Max Wesley, fisherman 1 each; Joe Pavis and Marvin Hoke ,: ;Park links fa' Jacksonville scratch single, but the Crusaders I| Orviile's 70 ?4 74141 ,' The, Crusaders iced the game ] and Clark uqafhing Hit one '
pne on the twelveth last Sunday deluxe caught 45 and with five games already: played Hadden Lanes 63% ,40% in, the sixth five-run
whiting 15 j icapght I 20 mixed bream; Billij i :prior to that operated his own 74291 on a outburst i, three base hit Ernie Orvater,
Afternoon while playing with Tom blues, a drum weighing 22 pounds {i Thompson caught 10 bream and I ,driving I pyt together five hits to : Sandbar 56% 47% 7329!) I' on singles by Ohle, Williams Barth and Wtttherspoen also
Lannon Red Bean and George and smaller range. score four runs in the third, the The Unknowns 48 5G and
a 72353 and
one weighing 7 one black bass; W.iUiari( Gable | He is married to the former ,:1 a double byMcMenamy hit safely for the Hwnets.
Tyson. Not content with that pounds and caught the first Spanish and Car} Brown\ caught 15 nice! Jackie Kahn of New York City I' big blow of the inning being a I Becker's Drugs 38 66 Poole birdies the next three holeshodting mackerel there this home run by pitcher Manassa I ;: Beach Bar 36 68 710C7 ,
j ; Geragnty
year. ItyU bream and David< and Susan mound for the with
:and they have three Marty I' IS Rangers
'off ft ft said he has finally made a good 1 French caught 25 mixed bream. i jj j 9, Curtis 6 and Kevin sons 18 months. with two men on base. Jim Lee S I High( Team 3-Games I Fernandina !threatened to'I Pete Cimino and George Miller
$ golf like Poole did : fisherman put of Max after long Potts says fishing js good and he I j In addition to his clubhouse duties smashed, another home\ run to The Unknowns 3014 in the seventh when sharing the pitching duties.
Sunday reminds us of old Slim hours of instructions. He I bring in more runs. Sandbar 2942 Walked and John Barniak doubled .
invites has
plenty of live bait and crick1]1 Larsen will be available for I Chuck Neison was the starting
t - -- -- -- -- golf J l lessons., Singles, by Zambetti, Manassa, Becker's Drugs 2801 but neither could score and the pitcher for the Charlotte Hornets -
Cohle, Gehaghty and Regan accounted High, Ind. 3-Games i i game ended with Bishop Kenny : with Garland Shifflett sharing
for three runs in th a '' B. Moore 678 'II winning, 13-6, t !j the mound with Neison.
Golf I fourth for Bishop Kenny and I S. Bohannon 654 Steve Beckett had two hits to, t Duriag the week, Dallas-Fort
Tourney three more runs were scored i in I N. Holland 651 lead Fernandjna at the plate whit Worth has been playing Austin
the fifth on singles by Manassa High Team Game I I Benny Alvarez and John Barniak while Charlotte has .been playing -
winter left For'Twins Farm I Daly and McMenamy. j The Unknowns 1057 !' belted doubles. Tommy -Jones, JoG i J Yakima, two teams who arc
as Fernandina offered a mild I |i Sandbar 99 : Thrift, Alan. Cover and Beryl ,;, I j taking Spring training in Waycross. -
.!? your threat in the bottom half of the Becker's Drugs 915 Rice shared in the Fernandina I< Saturday Dallas' -Fort

.. Clubs April 9. fifth inning when Joe Thrift I High Ind. Game hitting. I 1 Worth will travel to Paytonn
I walked Tommy Clark walked I Band Moore 257S. Ohle Geraghty and McMenamy :]Beach to play Columbus of the
.. Members of the :Minnesota both runners moved up when : Boh nri n' 247 ,led the Bishop )(en.ny attack. I J 1 International League and will
Front EndBrakes ? )( Twins baseball farm clubs i in the third baseman dropped a E. Hendrix 243 Score by innings: I play T fMto. there on Sunday
I) spring training here, the managers peg from the catcher but Bee High Scratch Bowlers Fdna. 213 000 0 6 '8'3 :afternoon.
and scouts will participate i in?, kett( flied put to( left to end the '!'s. Bohannon 235-618I Kenny -.. 500 :3.05,x 13 11 2 The Charlotte Hornets and

Crabbing f -, what has-now become an annual game! I B. Mcore 222-573 Thomas Sapp and Cover; Wilson will be' battling at the
;.ourney at the Fernandina Beach Every Kenny player ,got at N, )lolland8H3't{ man.and Regan. New-I'J local park over tie aef-kend.
Golf Course. | l least one hit with, Manassa getI: Roberts 193-532 I Score, by innjpgs. :
Tim Thumping )) Ed Mattson, pro, says that the ting, three for three .trips to th e{1 F. Mitchell 190-: -524L. I We too often forget that not ; Charlotte 030 100 001 ,-4 7 1
tourney will be held on April 91| plate including a home run. I Flint 197-517 I only is there "a soul of goodnessin D. Ft. W. 500 013 000-9 8 1
and that the Callaway system of Bishop- Kenny ab r h J. Lynn '200-515 I things evil" but ,very generally Neison, Shiffjett\ and Antoine;
scoring will be used. I I Lee, 2b, 3 J, lU. Hodge 202-.-508 !, a soul of truth in things erron- Donohue, Chine, Miller and

Jf-soryou need rflmtorie Prizes jWijJbe i( awarded to all j Cohle, :cf 411"Geraghty 1 I lpO-r5Q2 egos Herbert, Spenc t ., ._! 1 BemLl. h.
winners. t ss\r: 'All r, .
Last year Ray Holton, Twins j McMenamy{ rf '' '. 312 '. .
and Dan Be gan, c 211,
i scout Hagan a rookie, I '
SAFETY tied for-fove gross in the handicap'' Williamson, Ib-,:,_ 301
livjsjon.,Hagan was winner of the 1 II Gavron, Ib_ .- 000] FERNANDINA BEACH 'L"JEWEL
!low net prize. r.Zambetti. If 321 !j ,,
SERVICE Two years ago Spencer "Red" ;Manassa:' p 323
Rdbbins, then manager of the, ,i Total 27 10 12 I OF FLORIDA'S CROWNBEACHES"
t Nashville Vols and Twins Fernandina
now a ,
I Corbett, cf '. 2 0 01!
scout wan the handicap division.Bowlerettes ,

To put your car back in AF TyWEEI'S I I Clark Beckett, 3b _. 000 201 ICI';! ;

SERVICE Thomas, Ib 200 .- Directory Furnished By These Merchants ana Business Men -

TIP-TOP shape/.we'll; : FFERI Cover, rf' 200 I .
BY SHIRLEY JACKSON I Jones, c !J : 000_ '

Tyson ss :, 200 i George's PLORIDA'sFIRST SuburbanShore
WEEK OF APRIL 2 I Barniak,' If,"-, 200
1 1. Align Front End Total J ::1 Alvarez, ,2b 2 0 0 I I

(replacement parts if needed I Teams W L Pins sjSapp' p 100 : Machine Shop I GOLF COURSE Gas Co.
and torsion bar adjustment.not 1 I, }Hadden Lanes 83 22 56605' Thrift j t. P' 000 :
included) Setzers 64 48 56325 5'Totals' i 15 0 1 2 N. FRONT ST. EXCELLENT SERVING ALL

All Hardee Bros, 57 55 54180 Bishop Kenny 004 -1012 2 Machine Work 18-HOLE YOUR NEEDS IN
2. Adjust Brakes Baileys 4? 65 55SSG
I II Fernandina i 000 00 012 A j LINKS LI' GAS AND!
I Beach Bar 43 69 54872 Welding I ,
3., Balance all 4 Wheels I Waas Drugs 42 70 52794JU ".
Marine Repairs 7 South 7th St.
4. Repack Front Wheel work 1 1 1k Hadden Lanes Team:' .....Single'* **: > *C09 Special Service To 'TIDESatJETI1ES Phone 261-3(561(

Bearings-Inspect k I Setzers 580 Shrimp Traule .s .

Front Grease Seals f for American-Any Baileys 577 Bowling League All Work Guaranteed T. (H.I KING I

Hi 1nd."Single Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

) 5. Rotate Tires Only! ,made CarT I Eleanor Flint :T "* ? 2 Og BY WEEK H, B. ELLIS OF: 3.28, JU. Monday! Thru Saturday PHOTO SHOPRoll
Gloria Hadden 200
I! Phone Day 261-3711 Add 30 Minutes For Processing
Ruth Williamson J 1 J92Hi Total I Night 261318Complete
"" Team Three Team Standings W L Pins Fernandina Harbor Developing & Printing

Bombers 69 35 68879 Kodak Film
BONUS Hadden Lanes 1G91 Murray's Store 48 56 67070 I HIGH LOW Photo Supplies
Setzers _, 16?6
Hadden Mixers 47 57 66951 Movie-Colored & Regular
I Inspect Power Brake Baileys' 1561 Paper Mill I 47 57 64711 Friday, April. 5
I and Steering Units I Hi Ind. Three- j q:00'a.m. Weddings
Just say"Charge Eleanor Flint 541 High Team Games Line of Portraits by Appointment Only
I Test Cooling System I Patsy Cottle 506 \ Bombers 2885 6:33: p.m. 12:14: p.m. Studios At 504 Ash St.

p Test Headlights Tighten Fan Belt It" : Velma ,Hodge 489 Hadden Mixers 2852 I Mercury Parts Saturday, April 6 Phone 2614586G.

Test Shock Absorbers Test Battery I I Splits PicLed!Up; I Paper, Mill 2771
6:42: a.m. 12:35 a.m.
.take months
Patsy Cottle 5-7
pay High Ind. 3-Games
Gene Lee 3- B. Joyce 651 GATOR TRAILERS 713; p.m. 12:56 p.m. E. (GLENN)
Gloria Hadden ,
57 I'tJ. Murray 635 Sunday, April 7
Highest Quality Shocks Mufflers Batteries Velma Hodge 5-10 LASSERREMOTOR !
C. Hedge 621 7:21: a.m. 1:18 a.m. KITCHENS

: etts available for all of you fish High, Team Carpe I CO. 7:48: p.m, Ij35 p.m.

\ ftrtfton NEW TREADS ermen. Madden Bombers Mixers. 1000 1008 S. 8th SU Ph. 261-3819 Monday, April 8 Electrical
\ \ APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES The preacher said, "And when Paper :Mill 930 a.m. 1:58: a.m. .
:1\t \\ WHITEWALLS-ANY I get through with my sermon High Ind.,,Game Going Fishing? 8:20 p.m. 2:10 p.m, 2MIOUR* SERVICE

: |i t 111 ask those of the congregation | B. Joyce 231i Tuesday, April 9 P ones
Narrow or Wide Design, who want to contribute toward Grider 261.519 or 261-4379
1 B. 231 .
I I 8:28
: a.m. 2:36: a.m.
: \ 1tr Tubeless or Tube-type i 4 for I the mortgage on the) churfh to I! Murray '22i i.! Visit Us For 8:51 "
FEI2Our ". stand up. In the meantime, we '' Complete Line Of p.m ;45 p.m.
: appropriate music.: The 'I' Hih Scratch Bowlers "Your" Message
-laj organist
( Wednesday April 10 .
I' New Trends, identified by Medattio And shop mark, art I said "What do you mean B. Joyce 211-576 Fishing Tackle ,
t I GUARANTEED by appropriate music?" The I I C, Hodge 200-564 j f Rod t Reels 8:59: a.m. 3:13: a.m. Could Be Here
1.J.Acamki A I temi m ev fy Uy p**.'nerf: C'arIIe lor U month I Spangled Banner." Hadden! 211-530) j p Low Rate
; n plM mnU prorated m aced *w aDd bJ on list price s current t l EquipmentFIRESTONE Thursday, Aril,\11 ,
al time o| aJju lu.r t x :
-I'' 9:31
a.m. 4:00
Plus tax and 4 trade-In tires a.m.
Now Is The Time TP 9:43: p.m. 3:51: p.m.
FREE CAR SAFETY CHECK 1 Remodel or Repair I BEACH SUPPLY I Tldei courtesy 7,000 People

I HZ Atlantic Are 261-4482 I Cottt ft Geodetic Survey I Will See It!

1 'ft_1 't$10" t Beach -Supply i, MonthsTo 36 Pay I FUN AT FERNANWNA< IN THE BEACH SUN I

118 Atlantic Avenue Phone 261-4482 FR6H KTWf EK J & Supply .
} South 3rd SL Ph&e 61.36U ._' GOLFING ..AND JUST PLAIN "LIVIN'"

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Page Eight News-Leader Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, April 4, 1963 I :I

I At The Churches :- MEMORIAL John CHURCH L. Jones METHODIST, pastor : Applications Available For Selective Robert F. Kopp .1 BBBBBHBBHHMBBBBBBBBBBBHHH CIVIC AUDITORIUMJACKSONVILLE t tt i I |

FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL 10:00 a.m. Sunday School Service College Qualification Test, Funeral Held In

Rev E. A. Lewis, faster CHURCH .11:00 ajn. :Morning Worship I
10:00 aim Sunday School Lay Leaders 6:15. pjn. _x MYF Supper & Programs- Applications for the Selective I of Tampa, Tampa; and Rollins: Sebastian SaturdayFuneral tJ
11:00 a.m. Worship! Service Paul Burns, George Lawrence, Service College Qualification Testto College, Winter Park. Mon., April 8 thru Saf, AprilEyes 13
Wood _
Ralph 7:30 Evening Worship
p.m. be given on April 18 now I
6:30 C.A.Youth Services are College students obtain
7:30:: p.m. Evangelistic Service 7:30 a.m. Litany and Sermon available to college students at full information about may the test I for Robert F. Kopp, 62, at 8:30 Wed.and Sat Mah.. at 2:00
p.m. 10:00: a.m. Morning Prayer andSermon was held last Saturday at the
mid week service NORTH 14th STREET the Selective Service local boards from any Selective Service local CITY IN FLORIDA
Thursday.. '_) Harold! Sebastian Methodist Church, with ONLY WHERE THIS
BAPTIST CHURCH 'throughout Florida, CoL board. f
1:30.p.m. 11:15 a.m. Church School I C. Wall, State Director of Selec- interment in the Sebastian Ceme- SPECTACULAR MUSICAL WILL BE PRESENTED "
'# # Classes Rer. Ran Humphreys, PatorI i Scores made on : the .test will
tive Service for Florida, .
FIVE POINTS BAPTIST 7:30 p.m. _.... Adult Journey In 9:45 a.m..w...... Sunday School today. provide local boards with evidenceof tery.Mr.. Kopp passed away March 11EA : ::
CHURCH Faith Classes 11:00 ajn. ___ Morning Worship I aptitude for continued under. 27 in the Indian River Memorial 'ONALD G ,
Thursday Litany and Bible Study 7:00 p.m. B.T.U. The test will be given at more I graduate and graduate study. Hospital at Vero Beach. RNE.. .
J. W. Keen Pastor than 500 in all 50 states, The. \\ i
colleges will
7:30 p.m. 8:00: p.m. Evening Worship I scores not of themselves Born July 26, 1901 in CincInnati :t\ JJRAKEia
9:45 a.m. _, Sunday School 6 ft 7:30 pjn. Mid-Week Services Puerto Rico, and the Canal Zone.In .I determine eligibility for deferment Ohio, he had made his homein "st MUSlC04& ,
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship CHURCH OP G01) but are considered with J
Wednesday Florida, the test will be offered Fernandina Beach for several
6:30 p.m. Training Union other information by the Boards I
Cor. 4th and Cedar Sts.
'* at the following schools Uni- before to Sebas-
_. ; years moving 1i1JZ
7:30 p.m. Evening Worship in determining whether to defer i
Re f. L Marvin Johnson, Pastor PINE GROVE BAPTIST versity of Miami, Coral 'Gables; | tian. He was retired from busi- h
Wednesday prayer service, 7:30: (individual l registrants for further
Phone 261-3807 CHURCH ;-! \
p.m. I Stetson University, DeLand; study. ness.He 0S
10:00: a.m.' .___ Sunday School Her. A. Z. Knight, Pastor University of Florida, Gainesville The test, used. since 1951 to aid is survived by the widow, 'CHA1ESVICTOR -
GOOD SHEPHERD EPISCOPAL 11:00 a.m. Morning Service Sunday School 9:45 a.m. ; Jacksonville University, local boards in determining ques- Mrs. Ruth Kopp of Sebastian; :! ; ,
CHURCH YPE. Friday Evening 7:30 p.m. Morning Worship 11 ajn Jacksonville; Florida Southern I tions of student deferment, is administered one brother, Richard' Kopp, Ham- UlciMTHERSON ,
Neil I. Gray, Vicar 7:30 pju. ,_.. Evening Service Training Union 7:00 p.m. College, Lakeland; Palm Beach I by the Science Research .'I''I'I ilton, Ohio; two step-daughters, \
8:50. a.m. Holy Communion Prayer meeting Wednesday Evening Worship 8:00 p.m. Junior College, Lake Worth; Pen-I i Associates Chicago, 111. Mrs. 0. C. Crim, Fernandina MAIL ORDERS ;It
7:30 Beach and Mrs. C. 11: Ramsey, NOW!
Morning Prayer p.m.] Wed. Night Prayer sacola Junior College, Pensacola; To be eligible to take the test, '
--- --- ---- ---- Meeting -,._.. ...__ 8 p.m. St. Petersburg Junior College, St.I the applicant must be satisfactorily I Mobile Ala.; two step-sons, ,
Petersburg; Florida State Uni-i James L. Mullin, Fernandina Prices: MM. thrv Thurt. Evis. and M. Mat-lit Orch. end Lttll $5.50;
Wednesday: I pursuing a full-time college I led Orth. $4.50; Bate. $3.00 $2.00. frl and Sal. Evii-lit Orch. tad Lt.tI ,
INTERNATIONAL 7:45 Prayer Meeting versity, Tallahassee; University!course, undergraduate or grad-': Beach and Sherman T. Fultz, $6.00; Zed Orch. $5.00; talc $4.00, $3.00. Wed. Mat.-lst Orch. and lopes
ft $ !uate, leading to a degree. He need Toledo, Ohio; six grandchildrenand $4.50; 2.d Orcfc. JJ.50; felt $3.00 $2.00.
: e BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. not be a student of a 4-year col. greatgrandchildren.It Mail orders accepted Send check or money order to Jax '.
CUB CADET 429 South 6th Street lege, but his entire course of
J. T. Dunnam Pastor is indeed a desirable thing to Civic Auditorium, Jacksonville, Florida, and enclose self addressed
Rer. John O'Neil, Pastor Worship 'Services: 8:30: A.M. study must be satisfactory fortransfer be well descended, but the glory stamped envelope. Please make sure to advise which i 1
of Credits! to a. degreegranting' -
Sunday Services: 11:00 A.M. belongs to our ancestors.. Plut- performance your ticket is for. Good seats available. '
10:00 A.M. __ Sunday School 7:30 P.M. arch. [
11:00 A.M. _. Morning Worship Sunday School 9:45 A.M. The applicant must be a Selec-

6:30 p.m. ... .._._......._.. B.T.U. Training Union 6:15 P.M. tive Service registrant who' in- ''
tends to seek deferment as a stu
7:00 P.M. Men's Prayer Service Prayer Service Wednesday ,
dent. He can take the test only
7:30: p.m. Evening Worship. 7:30 P.M. I
Tuesday: once. I New Concept in CREATIVE KITCHENS

7:00 p.m. Visitation ST. PETER CLA VEIt'S "At the present time, Florida f ..
# # CHURCH local boards reach men for induction !, Kitchen :

-. ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd, 5th at about age 22-23," Col. !| Luxury I

.. CHURCH Sunday 7:30 a.m. Wall said. "Students generally i I j I

Sunday Mass 2nd, 4th Sunday Mass 2nd, 4th can ,finish their undergraduatestudies I Bt'eaIa :
r 1a Sunday ......._.. 7:30 a.m. Sunday 11:30 ajn. at that age. But those I :: :: ;:: ) S
Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd .I.:: .
5th Sunday, 11:30 a.m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN hoping to continue studies in I -t f

)! Daily ___m., 8 a.m. CHURCHRev. graduate school, for example, will j i Sets A New High In ,
Saturday Convent Chapel John Dozier, Pastor'I I need a deferment to do so. It is I e e 1I5 BlueprintsElevations Carefree Living. All Remodeling"New ,

... 6:30 Communion in Convent Sacrament of Holy Communion. i impossible to foresee emergncies i' ee, Units Are Completely ..
6:30 P.M. Young People's Services _. A. M.
Worship ; which rquire a build up of military Estimates Surfaced Inside And Construction?
Meeting. School 9:45 A.M.
Sunday :
forces. Such a build could Out with
up : All Labor Iligh.PresSee Our
& Youth Meetings\ .. 6:00 P.M.
which local 1
lower the at
age Laminates.
sure They
JyfZV speed and From Showroom
ease on TABERNACLE BAPTIST & boards reach men for induction.In .
CHURCH FERNANDINA BEACH CHURCHOF ;. such an event, a deferment Plan ThruCompleted Never Need Painting, (Appointment)

every lawn and garden job! Amelia Road Phone 261-3187 CHRIST might be necessary to finish undergraduate I Are Virtually Mar. For The- '' '
Proof And Can Be
Hubert Minister Finest At
Rev. Loyd Chambers, Pastor Gibson work. :
Speed all yardwork on a seven horsepower Cub Sunday School 10 a.m. Bible Study 10:00: A.M. In either case, the State Director fours rt o Job Cleaned With Only A MassProduced I I

Cadet, today's easiest handling compact tractor.Here's Morning Worship 11 a.m. Worship Service 11:00: A.M. pointed out, a test score in SupervisedWork Damp Clcth. See .
Service 7 with These Distinguished .., .
Evening Worship 7 p.m. p.m. the file will give the local boardan L
unmatched riding comfort and operatingease. Wednesday Service 7 Wednesday Bible' Study 7:30: pjn. additional piece of important I Kitchens Today! PricesMODERN .. \.
And there's a full line of big-capacity equip. # # p.m. information to use in determining i : : I ,."

ment to save you time on any job! : CHURCH Of GOD OF ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN whether a registrant is eligiblefor : NEVAIW ;
CHURCH a student deferment. Ki'TCHENS111
low down payment, and convenient monthly Amelia City Near Intersection ,.
terms will gladly be arranged. Rey. II. C. Drury, Pastor AU To own a bit of ground, to. / .f
10:00 a.m.-.... Sunday School scratch it with a hoe, to plant EQUIPMENT CO.
A. F. Gerbhardt, Pastor
HI.FIVE POINTS GROCERY 11:00 a.m. Morning Service Service seeds, and watch the renewal of ,
7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service : a.m. Morning l life, this is the commonest delight KITCHENS In Fernandina Beach Phone 261-3912
..._.. HARDWARE 9:00 a.m. Sunday School
W.M.B. of the race, the most satis-
""" FIVE; POINTS PHONE 261.5205 I In Jacksonville Phone EV 7-1712'
7:30 p.m. Wednesday V.LB. Young I. factory thing a man can do. -
I People Try A Classified Charles Dudley Warner.

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.L-\ ]HOME MADE POUND cakes PUBLIC NOTICE Jehovah's Witnesses V
birthday cakes PUBLIC NOTICE
layer and pies.
( home just outside city limits 2615332. tfc I iigw EXECUTOR AND ADMINISTRATOROF TIlE STATE OF FLORIDA IN Bible ConventionFrank

.05 per word .75"'minimum for $350 down and balance of THE ESTATE OF JOHN A. C AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY IN
Card of Thanks, Resolutions $6.5 per month. Buy now and '.FLOOR SANDING and refinish- IN TilE SUPREME COURT ELENORA MASINGALE THOMPSON A. Lokey, presiding minister

pick out colors tile work and ing. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson. CHANCERY DIVISION V Plaintiff ,
and Similar Notices V of Jehovah's Witnesses of
inside arrangements. Corner LV TilE MATTER OF A TRUST \i.
Phone 261-4609. tIc 1 JAMES W. THOMPSON I' the Fernandina Beach
.03 per word |LOO minimum AGREEMENT MADE BETWEEN congrega-
lot with water and lots
City :.: JOHN A. CALHOUN AND TilE Defendant
: ::: tion announced today that 35 ofJehovah's
Ca161-36861'or,' 261-3687 of trees. ROYAL TRUST DATED NOTICE TO DEFENDTO I ,
iF YOU HAVE a drinking problem V JV V : t V .. .V COMPANY
: James W. Thompson. i i Witnesses i iii his congregation -
APRIL 15, 1924
or place ad at office write Alcoholics Anonymous I V : : i V .and. c/o Rodney Butler, V j will attend the three-
OAK TREES SHADING a masonry Box 338 city. EL67700tfc I V Eden Georgia. V j
511 Ash Street house with 3 bedrooms fz: LV TilE MATTER OF AN APPLI- You are hereby notified that a suit day Bible convention of Jehovah's

.I CATION OF TilE SAID TilE ROY. in equity has been brought against j I Witnesses at the Civic Auditorium -
and a family room on a corner V AL TRUST COMPANY FOR DIRECTIONS I you by Elenora Masingale Thompson I
I. lot. Sound impossible? Near CONCERNING TilE INTERPRETATION in the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial : in Jacksonville April 57.

FOR SALECLOSEOVT CLASSIFIED OF TilE SAID Circuit in and for Nassau County. ; Highlights of the conventionwill
schools and can had for TRUST AGREEMENTLET Florida, and you are hereby commanded

$500 down and about $90 per ELEANORE (BOGART DAVIDSON ordered and required to file I include a model ministry

month. DISPLAYFOR IC 1'6cl I''l\\ of the City of Victoria, your written Answer or defense to school on Friday at 6:45 p.m. anda
!% British Columbia; RACHAEL V. BOGART the Complaint filed herein against V
at 1:30 Saturday. Special -
1NEED \4\ uu of the said City of Victoria; I you in the above entitled Court in C.c' Baptism :

A HOUSE right now? 3 MARY PEARL BOGART widow of I office of the Clerk of the Circuit feature will be the main talk

Of 1962 Models bedroom house just outside SALE Charles Francis Bogart and Execu- Court in and for Nassau County, in Sunday at 3 p.m.: "Who Will Win
his office in the Courthouse in Fer
trix of his estate of the City of I
!': city limits is vacant. Move in ReasonableFive British Columbia and nandina lieach. Florida on or before! the Struggle for World Supre-
3 Gas today for $60 per month. FRANK GIBSON. Executor of the the 2* day of April A.D. 1963, arId to I' macy!' to be given by D. J. Thomas -
Last Will and Testament of Ruby serve a copy of such answers and deV
2 Gas Dryers Would rent to right party until 6/2 Week Old Knight Bogart widow of John A. C. I fenses upon Albin C. Thompson, Jr., ;, New York representative for

"1 able to buy.PAUL A.K.C. Registered Bogart of Palatka Florida, within I Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address is I| Jehovah's Witnesses.v

BURNS thirty ((30) days after the service of 308 Atlantic Avenue Fernandina !, The is cordially invitedto
20% OFF C. tyale! Pekinese PuppiesCall this Summons on them inclusive of Beach Florida en or before said public

.I..," I "Builder of Kingsberry Homes" I the day of such service, cause an appearance date as required by the Laws of FlorIda attend.
Two Used Ranges 319 S. 8th St. Ph. 261-3606 261-3073 or 2614990or to be entered for them and and the 1954 Florida Rules of I
II Civil If fail to do so a
I See At each of them to the Summons, which! Procedure. you
is issued qn the application of The Decree Pro Confesso will be entered PUBLIC NOTICE
Tremendous Discount Dixieland Store Royal Trust Company, Trustee undera against you for the relief demandedin I
FOR RENT 3' Trust Agreement made between the Complaint.You I NOTICE
I will sell to the highest and best
further notified that the I II
New Water Heaters John A. Calhoun. now deceased, andit are
l ;>: V cash bidder. for repairs and storage
j V : !j: : the said The Royal Trust Company I nature of said suit is Divorce. The :
due one 1949 ford, 4-door motor No.
name of the Court in which this suit
dated the 15th of
: Only $19.95 THREE BEDROOM house Five Copr. LAP Service j 1924,for the determination day of the April following -, tas been instituted is, Circuit Court. PIIAP19126 Serial No. 3AT1J196, ort
20. 1963 at 10 a.m., at
Fourth Judicial Circuit. Nassau County Saturday April
ad in this ) Points. Call 261-5421. tfc '' questions, namely: I Johnson's on South 8th St.,
J see ssue Service Station Florida and the abbreviated title
J SHE WISHES TO KNOW IF WE HAVE (a) Whether under the true con of this case is Thompson vs. Thompson. Fernandina Beach, Fla.

4 SUBURBAN PROPANE NICE ROOM with private bath ANY FREE SAMPLES. .. struction of the Trust Agreementdated V It is hereby ordered that this Johnson Prop.
April IS, 1924. made between : week' 3t 4.4 II, 18
Notice shall be published once a
private entrance half block John A. Calhoun, deceased late ofthe '
: GAS SERVICE AvailableAMERICAN I for four (4) consecutive weeks in the !I
from Post Office. Phone 261- City.of.Baltimore .in the State. of Fernandina Beach News Leader, .a'':

J 7 South Seventh 4341. or 2615186. tfc OIL Maryland and the Trustee united, did biaies the oi said America JohnA. i newspaper of general circulation ui PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE
f in Fernandina
said Nassau County UNDER TIlE FICTITIOUS
C Bogart and the said Charles
Phone '" Beach. Nassau County. Florida. NAME LAW
: PROVIDE TRAINING, 1 .., NOTICE TO CREDITORS Francis Bogart take a vested inter. \ WITNESS band and as Clerk of Notice is that the undersigned
FURNISHED APT. $35. 111 LV TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ,1 est not liable to be divested in the my hereby given
GUIDANCE, AND I FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT LAND FLORIDA STATUTES I :V said Circuit Court of Nassau County pursuant to "Fictitious
\ WAREHOUSE & OFFICE. Phone S. 5th St. tIc JOB NASSAU COUNTY, LV TilE COURT OF: THE COUNTY event that they cr either of them predeceased Florida, and the seal of the said Name Statute" House Bill No. 1175,
the said Henrietta A. !
| 261-3549. tIc FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. CASEIN JUDGE, NASSAU COUNTY 1LOR- BogI I I Court at Fernandina lieach. Nassau Chapter No 20963, Laws of Florida
and did not leave child each
I art
So. County Florida on the 19th day 1941 will register with the Clerk of
1 FURNISHED NEWLY decorated the capital and -
surviving in accumulations
,, In re: Estate ef
RE: March, 1963. the Circuit Court in and for Nassau
: LOW'LAND, free I1Iing. WriteP. downstairs apt. 16 N. 5th St. FOR QUALIFIED ADOPTION OF HATTIE M. ANDERSON Deceased.To of the said trust funds on the -s- D. 0. OXLEY I County Florida upon receipt of proofof
of the said John A. Calhoun?
0. Box 653, Fernandina tIc TREATIE MARIE GREEN V All Creditors and Persons Having death ; Clerk of the Circuit Court.in publication of this notice, the fictitious
Phone 2614227.
Beach. INDIVIDUAL a minor, by JIM HENRY SAWYER V Claims or Demands Against Said Estate (b) If the last preceding questionis and for Nassau County, name to-wit:

: i A4p and LOIS THOMPSON SAWYER I ; answered in the affirmative, did the at Fernandina Beach, Florida. D & H GARBAGE PICKUP
McCRAME APTS his wife. you and each of you are hereby widow of the said' John A. C. Hag art, .s- Albin C. Thompson. Jr. Under which we are engaged in
: i2ais. FLETCHER AVE. 3 bed- Phone Collect NOTICE notified and required to( present any he having died interstate and without I Attorney for Plaintiff business.We .

aluminum siding 2 1-3 ROOM FURNISHED APT. I TO: Nathaniel Enock Green claims and demands which you, or leaving lawful issue, become vested 308 Atlantic Avenue are engaged in business at Five
room car Utilities and washing machine Ken Naves J Address Unknown either of you may have against the with tne interest in the said trust Fernandina Beach. Florida. Points, Fernandina l'.each, Fla.
garage. Call 261-5443.. A4p I I You are hereby notified that the i estate of HATTIE M. ANDERSON deceased -I fund to which the said John; A. C. 4t 3-21, 28, 4-4, 111 That the only parties interested in
furnished $8.75 week private 724-5804 After above-named Petitioners. Jim Henry late of said County, to the Bogart would lave been entitled had said business enterprise are Conway

; TOMATO PLANTS. Phone 261. bath. Also, beach rentals. Call I Sawyer and Lois Thompson Sawyer !, County Judge of Nassau County Florida he survived his mother,' the said Hen Davis Jr. and Dykes Brannan.4t .
: at his office in the court house oi rietta A. ? PUBLIC NOTICE 11 18
of the City of Callahan, Florida, have Bogar ; 3-28, 4-4, ,
3286 $00 Hoo. 213 N. 13th 2614642. If 6 .
: St.Allp. W. I. McCranSe no
p.m.PUBLIC said County at Fernandina beach in
filed a petition1 in the above-staled (c) If question (a) is answered
answer, call Mrs. Long, 261. I court for the adoption of the minor Florida, within six calendar months the affirmative. did the widow of the IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF OF
from the time of the first publication FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT PUBLIC NOTICE
9035.I tIc child named therein and you are required said Charles Francis Bogart, she being AND
a 14 FOOT BOAT, 25 horse Evin. --- V to show cause why the .sameshould off this notice. Two copies of each the Executrix of his Last Will land FOR NASSAU COUNTY IN CHAN- NOTICE UNDER THE FICTITIOUS
not be granted by a Claim or demand shall be in writing Testament arid the sole beneficiary
serving j NAME LAW
rude motor, electric starter 124 S. 5TH. FOR RENT, unfurnished NOTICE ropy of your written ,defenses, if any, !and shall state the place of residence i thereunder become vested with the CERY. CASE NO. 2640 Notice is hereby given that the undersigned

convertible top, trailer, $295. 2 bedroom house, just NOTICE OtVPUULIC SALE I upon :Mercury N. KaVouklis, 24 South I and post office address of the claimant interest in the said trust fund to which ROY COPPAGE Plaintiff, pursuant to "Fictitious
and shall be sworn to by tile I
Phone OTICE IS HERE1JY GIVEN that 4th Street Fernandina Beach Florida the said Charles Francis Bogart Name Statute" House Dill No. 1175,
A4p painted new tile floors. A4c under and by virtue of a certain Attorney for Petitioners' Jim ,claimant, his agent, or attorney and : would have been entitled had he survived NORMA B. COPPAGE,vs. Chapter No. 20953 Laws of Florida
-- -- ---- Final Decree of ktfc eplosure made Henry Sawyer and Lois Thompson. accompanied by a filing fee of one 1 his mother, the said HenriettaA. Ddenca'l 1941 will register with the Clerk of

DOZIER GAY PAINT for I UPPER LECK APTS. Completely .and entered by fr flrHf>airable GeorgeC. Sawyer, of the City of Callahan. Florida dollar filed and shall such be claim void. or demand not Bogart?; I NOTICE TO DEFENDTO the Circuit Court in and for Nassau

every purpose colors and white. YouitS. U&wffS&tes District and by filing the original thereof so Annie Cooks (d) If question (a) is answered in : NORMA B. COPPAGE, County. Florida upon receipt of proofof
DistributorSHIELL'S SWAP furnished including TV :Judge United .S4b Court, with the Clerk of said Court; other '. administrator-s- of May the Estate of the negative did the interest in the c/o Rita Mae Davis, publication of this notice the tic-

Phone 261-3118. tIc Middle District V\l.lFLJrIda. Jacksonville i wise a decree may be entered againstyou HATTIE M. ANDERSON deceas- said trust fund whieh the said JohnA. 317 Hoppe titicus name to-wit:
SHOP 511 South 8th St. Division 9CR of granting such adoption. ac C. Bogart and the said Charles Chickasaw Alabama. D & M Gulf Service
March. A. D., '.l&Jjtp& recorded in I WITNESS my hand and the seal of MERCURY N. KAVOUKLI3 Francis Bogart would have received You are hereby notified that a suit Under which we are engaged id

3 BEDROOM HOUSE family FURNISHED APT. H W<* from Duval County, ftpndi\ in a cause said Court at Fernandina Beach. 24 Soutn 4th Street had they survived their mother Hen- in equity has been brought against business.We V
therein pending Beisgldocket number Florida this 14th day of March 1963. rietta A. Bogart having are engaged in business at
Post Office electric kitchen P. 0. Pox 462 or they predeceased you by Roy Coppage. in the C-jrcuit :
room, concrete block fenced : 4063 Civil-J. vhdiaGeneral Mills, I -s- D. 0. OXLEY Fernandina Beach Florida their mother, which their I Court Fourth Judicial Circuit in and Atlantic Ave, Fernandina Beach, } .
back yard. 5 Points area. Phone private entrance. Phone 261. Inc. is P1aintiW'rkt1.en C. Grunig Clerk of the. Circuit. Court respective child would have received for Nassau County. Florida and you That the only parties interested in

2 1'.4988. 4341 or 261-5180. tIc and Mildred H. Grunig, his wife et 4t V 3 21, 28, 4-4, 11 4t Attorney 3-28. 4-4, 11, 18 if such there had been, lapse and become are hereby commanded, ordered and said .business enterprise are C. C.Mc-
: -- --
al are Defendants I, as United I vested in the said Eleanore I requested to file your written Answer i Kende and Wiibon Davis.
I States Marshal rf4b .*united State I PUBLIC NOTICE liogart) Davidson and Rachael V. or defense to the Complaint filed here :1 4 3.1. 21, ,28,.MPUBLIC

HOUSE.TRAILER, with J.l2.2ros I I't I DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT.: District Court Middle District of JVUBI.K .NOTICEV4 Bogart in equal shares as the only in. against you; .in the, a! ove enticed, ''V
; '-' Florida,'JacfcsanfflimiSfSlon' wHi'at t THETlRCiTrf COURT* DfTXDFOR sumvmjr children' 'ot"Henrietta TL" Court iff the office of the Qterk of the! '
> jrifihfca5tt5Calhoun 'il I NOTIQfc
ne 'lennsarrange'L1 1i. r r. u ,: ,Imu o'cloCk"A.1'i irtfee22ad of NOTICE"TO CREDITORS ; I'
11:00 day i NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA Bogart?; and for such further or Circuit Court in and for Nassau: County
,, 2615234. tIc Street, across street April 1963 at the Main Front door LV CHANCERY, 2633. FLORIDA STATUTES other directions as to the Court may] in his office in the Courthouse in NOTICE OF LEGISLATION

from .school ((8t. Joseph's Aca of the Court House: Fernandina NORTH 'AMERICAN ACCEPTANCE IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY seem proper; and let a copy of the Fernandina Beach, Florida on or before I TO WHOM IT MAY CONCN:
Beach. Florida offer JA sale at public CORPORATION a cprporation. JUDGE, NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA Affidavit of George F. Public-over, the 15th day of May A. D. 1963. Notice is hereby given of intenu
COMPLETE OUTFIT, like new, demy). Phone 261-42-K)() or 261. I outcry and will s the highest Plaintiffvs. IN PROBATE.In upon1 which the Summons has been and to serve a copy of such answers apply to the 13 Session Ir.

: 12 ft. run-about with controls, 3800. tIc bidder for cash, the property mentioned re: Estate of issued without exhibits, be served I and defenses upon Albin C. Thompson1 I Ida Legislature for passage of alact
., in 'said Decree and described as JOHN F. SIKES and AUDREY SIXES. SADIE ELLA DECKER Deceased.To with this Summons. Jr., Plaintiffs Attorney, whose address RELAliNti TO FILINO FEES
trailer 35. 'John-
and horsepower follows: V his wife and TilE CITIZENS BANK All Creditors and Persons Having DATED this sixth day of February, is 308 Atlantic Avenue Fernan I CEIVED BY THE CLERK OF THE
"" son motor, excellent condition, FRESHLY PAINTED The East Half oi V the Northeast OF FOLKSTON GEORGIA. Claims or Demands Against Said Estate A. D. 1963. I dina Beach Florida on or' before said ; CIRCUIT COURT IN NASSAU COUN.

Phone 2614610. tIcLADIES Quarter of the Northeast Quarter I Defendants. ; (Sgd. CainREGISTRAR date as required by the Laws of Florida I TY. FLORIDA, PROVIDING tAT
M $450. TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED of Section 16, Township 1 South, NOTICE OF SUIT You and each of you are hereby and the 1954 Florida Rules of Civil 'I A PORTION OF SUCH FEES .

entrance. 421 N. Range 24 East./ Nassau County. I THE STATE OF FLORIDA notified and required to present any (Sgd.) L. Me E. Ritchie Procedure. If you fail to do so a De- lE! PAID TO THE LAW LIBRARY
AND CHILDREN'Sfoam apt., private Flonda. TO: THE CITIZENS BANK OF FOLK claims and demands which you or Z.S.C. Ch. D. ciee Pro Confesso will be entered I FUND OF' NASSAU COUNTY FLOR
3rd. tIt which property ihall ,,be sold subjectto STON GEORGIA either of you may have against the This 'ummons was taken out by against $ou for the relief demanded IDA PROVIpING fOR THE FUR.
rubber handbags. Taking the'liens and, -ntortgages- of the You are hereby notified that 3 rui' estate of Sadie Ella Decker, deceased, Gilbert. McGloan and Gills Solicitors in the Complaint.You I CHAIN.; AND MAINTAINING Or1 A
c: orders now for Easter. May be Duval Farmers Federal Credit Union. has been filed against you in the abovt late of said County to the County for the above named The Royal Trust are further notified that the OR LAW LIBRARIES .

at home at Five Points rwo BEDROOM apt. upstairs, a corporation. as the same appears entitled cause; and that you are hereby Judge of Nassau County Florida at Company.The nature of said suit is Divorce. The SECURING THE SERVICE5-OF
: seen furnished. All electric kitchen. of record in Mortgage Bock 263. page required to file your' answer with toe V his office to the court hiuse of said name of the Court in whica Uus suit A LIBRARIAN OR UURARIANS,
t** next door to Gulf Station at 511 of the Official Records of Nassau Qerk of this Court, and to serve \ 1 County at Fernandina Reach Florida persons hereby summoned may has been instituted is, Circuit Court AND THE FURNISHINU, CONDITIONINCI -
*. Five Points. Phone 261-5421. Phone 261-5269 or 261-3230. tic county Jt'lonaa ana Auitgage i>x/K I copy thereof upon the plaintiff or plain ,: within six calendar months from appear either hereto by entering an appear.solicitor Fourth Judicial Circuit Nassau Coon EQUPINj. MAINTAWHNUAND
%73. page 211 of the Official Recordsof I tiff's attorney whose name and addressis :V the time of the first publication of ance personally or by a ty Florida, and the abbreviated title I USE IN XHE
M A11C Nassau County Florida. respec I : GOLDMAN PRESSER & LEWii this notice. Each claim or demand with the Registrar of the Brunswick Supreme of this case is Coppage vs. Coppage.It i I COURTHOUSE AND CREATING AI
... TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED tively. V 391 First! Hank & Trust Building : shall be in writing and shall state Court Fredericton New is hereby ordered that this Notice I I SPECIAL I FUND TO HE KNOWN..AS
round -s* John E. McGuire. Sr. the of residence and post office and delivering a copy to Gilbert Mc week for V THE "LAW LIBRARY FUND" TO
..eUY A HOMESITE the Nas. apt. on beach year $60 Jacksonville 2, Floridanot place shall be published once a
on Gloan and lulls, solicitors for the .
U. S. Marshal of the United and shall be KEPT BY THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS .
of I.E
I later than 12th cay of April 13o3 address the claimant four ((4)) consecutive weeks in the Fernandina
= sau River .- Beautiful higa mo. Howard Hammond, 261 States District Court. Middle If you fail to do so, decree pro con- I sworn to by the claimant, his agent above named The Royal Trust Company each News Leader a news- f OK SUCH COmy

*.. and, dry lots at ,Nassauville. V 3733. .. tic District of Florida. Jackson- fesso will be entered against you ioi or attorney, and any such claim or New,Bru at swick.22 King Street Saint John, paper of general circulation in said I AND MAKING; THE SAME
.. ville Division4t I the relief demanded in the complaint I demand not so filed shall be void. Nassau County in Fenrandina Beach. I TY PURPOSE; PROVIINU.FOR
JJIJJ Others with waterfront privil. 3.2l. 28. 4-4. 11 The nature of said suit being foi I Douglas Wm. Decker NOTE: If the persons summoned or Nassau County Florida. I THE CONSRUING CI.IN
Small down payment. SMALL UNFURNISHED house -- I foreclosure of mortgage on the following As administratrator of the Estate ol any of them do not enter an appear WITNESS my hand and as Clerk of USE IN !I
M eges. I Sadie Ella Decker deceased ance within the time and in the man of Nassau PROVIDING THE AC
for rent. 1310 Franklin St. Call PUBLIC NOTICE : described property situate in, Nassau said -Circuit Court County.
". Terms to suit. Phone Francis County. Florida, to-\\it: i Thos. J. Shave, Jr. ner above mentioned such order will Florida and the seal of the said BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY 'M.MISSIONERS .
S Ellis, POpular 5-2CClw.Jacksoa- 261-5277 for further information.tfc. IN TilE CIRCUIT, COURT LV AND i Lot 11 of J. P. Page's Callahan Sub I Attorney for Administrator be made and proceedings taken as Court at Fernandina Beach Nassau FROM ANY MONtY
FOR TUG FOURTH JUDICIAL: ciivis.on.; Plat nook 3, page 20, cur First publication March 28. 1963 the Judge may think just and expedient County Florida, on the 28th day of AVAILAHLE I THE (:EERA-TE
ville. Tfc. CIRCUIT NASSAU COUNTY FLOR. 4t 3-28. 44. 11, 18 VENUE OR
.... rent public records of Nassau County -I March. 1961
IDA. I Florida. NOTE: This Summons may be '5' D. 0. OXLEY FORFEITURE FUND REASONABLE

::URGE SHADED LOTS at Amelia TWO BEDROOM unfurnished IN CHANCERY NO. 262C WITNESS my hand and seal of said served personally or by substituted Clerk of the Circuit Court. AMOU Of' MONEY REQUIRED
house. DIXIE ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION Court at Fernandina Beach. Nassai PUBLIC NOTICEIN I service upon an adult person in the in and for Nassau County. TE PURPOSES OF THIS-ACT
... 100 X 145. $10 down $10 1 County, Florida this 12th day of;; I household of any of the above named at Fernandina Beach. Florida. AN DELRINI. SUCH EXPDD.

.... per month. Call Howard Hammond Plaintiff 1 1.vs. March. 1961 JUDICIAL THE CIRCUIT CIRCUIT COURT OF ,FLORIDA FOURTH, parties and shall be published oncea s- Albin C Thompson, Jr. TE T
TWO ROOM furn.shed apartment I ISI D. 0. OXLEY week for two consecutive weeks in Attorney for Plaintiff PURPSE. PROVIDING A EFFEC..
261-3733. tfc E. J. MARSHALL. J. L REEVES, I' CLERK CIRCUIT, COURT a newspaper having general circulation 308 Atlantic Avenue. .
.... JR. and SARA W. REESE, d/b/a I (SEAL) V IN CASE CHANCERY NO. 2611 in the County of Nassau, State of Fernandma Leach Florida.4ts NASSAU COUNTY BAR ASTON

IIREE BEDROOM MASONRY H. F. SAHLMAN REE fLUMiiLNG SLUUCL: I 4t 3-14. 21. 28. 4-: MILTON L TODD, Florida United States of America. 4-4. 11. 18. 25 I
Defendants --
V directed to John A. C Bogart or the -
... home. Air conditioned beautiful PHONE 261.3221WANTED NOTICE OF SALE Plaintiff Executor or Administrator of the estate -]
lot $10,800 with $400 down. Notice is hereby given pursuant to vs.BARUARA of John A. C. Bogart or his next-
= a Final Decree of Foreclosure dated f LV TilE CIRCUIT COURT IN AM NICKLESS MEYER Uefcadait.V TODD.,, of-kin. Appearance to be entered by DRIVE IN FOR THE VERY BEST -
Approximately $68 month. March 28. 1963 and entered in Chan: FOR NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA NOTICE OF SUIT him or them within 30 days after the
-.t eery Case No. 2626 of the above entitled : LV CHANCERY date of last publication of this notice.
. : IN AN ,
court, wherein the above described -! NO. 2(12 BARBARA NICKLESS MEYER TODD 2t 3-28.4.4 : -
were parties that I i THE ONONDAGA COUNTY SAVING!
:J>NE NEW BRICK, three bed. persons
15010 Edgmore Street
WHITE LADY wants to keep 2 will sell to the highest bidder for BANK, a corporation,
room, den, 1% baths\ 150 foot cash at the North Front Door.' Nassau Plaintiff.V San Leandro California.
3 children day or night in You are notified that Com.
hereby a
County Courthouse, at Fenundualieach. vs.
frontage. $11,950 with $500
her home. Phone 261-5993.!) tIc Florida. between the legal I HOBBY P. CANNADr and MARY plaint for Divorce has been filed .
:: FHA or Va. hours of sale on Friday the ISth day ANNE C.\. S.\DY. his wife against you and you are required tosene NOTICE OF LEGISLATION

... John T. Ferreira & Son of April 1963 the following described I Defendants., a copy of your Answer or Pleading TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: .
to the the PlaintiffsAttorney.
WAITRESS 21 or ,over. Applyin leal property situate rn Nassau Coun. NOTICE OF SUIT Complaint oq Notice is hereby given of intention to
:108 Atlantic Ate. Phone 261-5371 Blue Seas. A4c ty. Florida. and described in said I THE STATE OF FLORIDA ) THOMAS (I. HALL 11 North apply to the 1963 Session of the Fior
.. person (:mal Decree to-", 11: TO MARY ANNE CANNADT .1 Fourth Street. Fernandina lieach ins Legislature for passage of an act FRONT-END CHECK"SPECIAL"
Florida and file the original A.n.\\er
All of that -certain lot. piece or Post Office Box 617 RELATING TO NASSAU COUNTY:
& GAY PAINT Paint in the Office of the Clerk
JOZIER or Pleading
: -
WANTED LOOKERS To see parcel Ijing and Walterboro South Carolina I .
the Circuit Court of Nassau County
M now for Spring! Complete being in Nassau County Florida YOU ARE HEREBY NOTJFIEj:Il pf COUNTY COMMISSIONERS TO PROVIDE
colors and the largest assortment of new and being more particularly described that a suit has been filed agamst you t \Florida, on or before the 25th day GROUP INSURANCE FOR ONLY
stock for of April. A. D. 1963. Herein fail not 01Decee $6.50
J2 ,and used boat outIits in Fernan. as follows: COMMENCING and Bobby P. Cannady in the above V COUNTY EMPLOYEES EMPLOYED ,
Pro Confesso will be entered
..* every kind ,ofraint job. at State Road Department right- entitled cause, and that you are required I' I BY THE FOLLOWING VIZ: BOARD
Beach. Come in and drinka t fur the relief demandedin
.- SHIELL'S SWAP SHOP; 511 dina of-way concrete marker on the to file your answer with the agajpi me you OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, ;
coke at HERB WHITE'S Outboard North side of Seaboard Air Line Clerk of the above-styled Court and ti,I CompWnt.I I CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT, For Alignment
..* South 8th St iJJOAT Sales at the AllFamilyBoat Railroad Company abandoned Rail serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff ; nature. of said suit being foiDivorce. COUNTY JUD<;E. SHERIFF TAX

road right-of-way; thence run or plaintiffs attorneys whoa.: "I COLLECTOR. TAX ASSESSOR AND and $3.00 To #
Witness hand and official seal
BUY OF THE YEAR Show! A4c North 2 degrees 09") East for 510 names: and address is John E. Ro: my SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION;
'as Clerk of the Circuit Court of Nassau -
feet to an iron. then run North quemore & Gray C Ramsaur. 82Harriett AUTHORIZING PAYMENT FROM BalanceFront
.M plywood runabout 'dec. 40 hp 70 degrees East for a distance of Hank Building Jacksonville: County at Fernandina Deach PUBLIC FUNDS FOR THE COST
MAID WANTS regular this 20th of March A. 1)
** full controls: speedometer trail. or days 499 feet to a stake and point of 2. Florida. not later than April 22nt i JFtoruia t day THEREOF: PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE Wheels TV
work. 411 N. 5th St. A4p beginning of Parcel No. 3 of that 1963. If you fail so to do a Decree DATE.
all real dun. 1st ) D. 0. OXLEY
J2 $650 takes rJSEAL
er, certain plat or recorded Pro Cocfessowill be entered
survey in agam j lit Clerk of Circuit Court of Nassaui DATED this 4th day of April. A. D. '
.. it. 2614246. tfc \VANTED. that certain deed dated November you 'for the relief demanded in the I' County Florida. 1963. Free Brake Adjust- J'
1"-" WAITRESSES Apply 12. 1959 and recorded in Deed Complaint This suit is to foreclose I
Lannons Firebird Truck. U. S. Book No. 275, Page No :246! of the mortgage. The real property proceeded 4.IOMAS Attorney for U. HALL Plaintiff BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ment With This lUg
DAMPING: TRAILER with asses. Phone current public records of Nassau Against b; Of NASSAU. COUNTY,
17 North of Yulee. 225- 11 North Fourth Street SpedaL .
... sories. Phone 2C1-5801. AISc County Florida, and by this reference I V Lot 15, NASSAU ACRES accord Fernandina Beach. Florida. FLORIDA. V
.. 5149. tfc said plat or survey is expressly ing to plat thereof recorded in*I It 44 .
made a part of this deedas 1 Plat Book 3. page 48. of the pub-*;, 4LV'V 3-21, 28, 4-4 11 WE ALSO HAVE .

;34% FT. FIBERGLASS BOAT, V though! the same were set out he records of Nassau County V V V

trailer, 58A Mercury 45 h.p I in full herein, in Section 42. Township Florida.. ; PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE LOT OFQUALITY g1 .
MISCELLANEOUSLOSE 2 North. Range 25 East. Nassau WITNESS my hand and the seal ci ,
E motor. $550. See at 604 North County Florida; thence con said Court at Fernandina Beach:. INVITATION FOR BIDS INVITATION TO BID

14th St Phone 261-4558 tIc tinue North 70 degrees East for a Florida this 18th day of March AJ, Sealed bias wui oe accepted in the The City Commission of the City of
distance of 131 feet to an iron; 1963. office of the State Forester Florida Fernandina Beach. Florida. win receive -
WEIGHT SAFELY with thence run South 2 degrees 091 (SEAL) < D. 0. OXLE\ Forest Service Tallahassee Florida. sealed bids for the purchasingof

JOMATO PLANTS. 75c per hunu Dex.A.Diet tablets. A full West for a distance of 210 feet toV Clerk of the Circuit Court. :,I until 11:30 AJJ., EST. April 22, 1963, one one-half ton four wheel drive
dred. Phone 261-4817.. Allc3ATERFRONT in iron: then nut South 70 degrees (A copy of the Complaint filed herds l I for the lump sum of aa estimated I surveyors type enclosed body truck
weeks supply only 9Sc at Lock. West for a distance of 131 feet to is attached to the copy of this notice =.o(* Board Feet of sawtimber (International -I 1963 model on or before April 10. ..
wood's Drugs, Allp a stake: thence run North 2 degrees which is mailed to each defendanlfor : I Scale) and.' 426 cords olpulpwood. I 1963 at 7:30 p.m. Bids must be sealed ..
LOTS H acre. 09' East for a distance of whom a residence: more specific Timber to be cu is located and plainly marked "Important -

Black Rock: Road. Make offer. 210 feet to a s&ke and the place than a State or country was given ir; on Cary State Forest Duval County, Sealed Bid on Truck. GOODYEAR TIRES :
a ALL TYPElS ROOFING and re. of beginning. This parcel of land the sworn statement filed herein bj, Florida.Ridden. The City Commission the
.. Phone 225-5173. Ate pair No money down, free es contains 0.63 .acres more or kss. the plaintiff his agent or at1or'ne.JIt I I win be required to post a ngfct to reject any or all Dma: and to ,
r- timate. J. B. Meeks Roofing Copy of said plat of surrey herein 3-21. 23. 4-4. 11. Cashier's Check in the amount of accept the bid which in the opinion of AT SPECIAL PRICES '
J3952 FORD WAGON good I above referred to and prepared V $320.00 as bid bond. Minimum accept said City Commission is in the best :
Co., Jacksonville, Florida. PO by M. L. Page Registered Surveyor PUBLIC NOTICE t able bid is $10100.00.' A Surety Bond interest of said City of Fernandina .
,.. portation mechanically good. 87057. Allp' No. S61 signed July 4. 1959, and in the amount of 10 percent of the bid Beach Florida.
!: Phone 261-3574 byhiS reference is expressly NOTICE OF SALE I price is required of the successful
or see at 14th
made a part hereof as though the I win sell to the highest and besl t t I .,loder. Further information is available at

M and Beech St. A4p VANITY BEAUTY SHOP same were set out in full herein. cash bidder, for storage due one 1951 i I The Florida Forest Service reserves the office of the City Engineer, City Lasserre Motor Co.

V : Thrifty permanent wave $5.95. DATED this 23th day of March Mercury convertajle, motor No. 53SS6496M. .. the right to reject airy or all bids. Han City of Fernandina iieach. Flor ,

t: MONARCH PIANO 1963. on April 12 at 10 aon. at thE Interested parties may obtain corn ida. -
Excel. Distinctive service budget -.- D. 0. OXLEY J. P. Justice residence oo Amelia I plete information by writing Florida J. CLAYTON SANDERS
C lent condition $300. Phone 261.1 prices. Telephone 261-4686 for CLERK OF SAID CIRCUIT COURT i Road. Fernandina Beach. Fla.J. j forest Service Forest Management Acting City Auditor and Clerk '629 South 8th Street Phone 261-3819 -

4851 after 4:30<< ,n.m. Wcinstein Weinberg, Weinstein Attrs:; P. Justice.t Branch Tallahassee, Florida. City of. Fernandina Beach, Florida _
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News From Ceramics Class '((10 and 11)) UL _'__, I
the Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m. -
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The Rec' CenterBY Barbershop Quartet in the Con Good Old
ference Room at 800 pan
Ballet in the l'AT\
Adult Exercise 100 EXTRA
SANDY DeSANDRO Auditorium at 8:00 pan., Julanne r

THURSDAY, APRIL 4: Atlantic Avenue Playground, Owens Men,and Instr.Boys' Health. Club in < C1GRThM IThrift 111 -'
Playschool in the. Game Roomat supervised play, SSO .5:30 jua., the Boys'.Locker Room, day and .
9:30 a.m., Joan Bean, Instr. Hugh Sides, Sqpv. evening. I WITH THIS .COUPON AT YOUR'
Adult Ceramics Class in the Teenage Ballet Class in the WEDNESDAY: APRIL 10: NEAREST;' FRIENDLY WINN-DIXIE Bays,
Ceramics Room at 9:30: a.m., Conference Room at 3:30: p.m., girl Scout Troop ICS in the : Good TTinj 'U-n1t&*Coupor>5p Mutt Witb j
Martha Jean Puktti, Instr. I Julanne Owens, Instr. Game Room .at 300 p.m. April 6 A$ .OO or,More.Food Order., '
Ballet Class f((3 & 4 yrs) in the, Pre-teen Ballet Class in.t. e Atlantic Avenue Playground, t t QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
Auditorium at 10:00: a.m., Julanne i Conference Room at 4:30: p.m., supervised: play, 3:30. 530 pjn., PRICES GOOD THRU APRIL 6 I
Owen, Instr, Julanne Owens,. Instr. thigh Sides.Supy. 5AM. COPYRIGHT 1963 WINN-Dinj STORES ..
Ballet Class ((6 )is.) in the Barbecue for Baseball Team in Ceramics Glass ((12 and 13) in FO
Auditorium at 2:30 p.nu, Julanne r the Auditorium 7:00: p.m. the Ceramics, Room at 3:30 p.m.,t| W-Q 'BRAND't' FVLL" .BONELESS STEAKS;
OwensInstr. Island Squares Club in the Martha Jean Puletti, Instr. ?
Ballet Class .((5 & 6 yrs) in the Game Room at 7:30 p.m. Adult Ceramics Class in the
Auditorium' at 3:30 p.m., Julanne Buccaneer. Coin Club in the Art, Ceramics Room at 7:30.: p.m., Martha SWIFT PREMIUM '
Owens, 'Instr.BiUet Room at 7:30 p.nv Jean Puletti, lusty Round LB. 88 $
Class (7-9)( ) in the Audi- I s:4N.CAN$18
Adults and Teens Ceramics I Majorette Practice on the Patioat H m
torium at 4:30: p.m., Julanne Class in the Ceramics Room at 7:00 p.m. _
Qwens, Instr.Atlantic 7:30: p.m., Martha Jean Puletti, Men and Boys' Health Club in BRAND..STEAKSirloin
Avenue Playground, W-D SMOKED
and .
Instr the! Boys Locker Room day -'
Enptrvk play, 3:30: 5:30 ,
p.m. in the Conference Roomat evening.
Hugh Sid S.upv. Jaycees J 391 :
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Men end Boys.' Health Club In .8:00: p.m.Historical THURSDAY, APRIL 11: ,
the BojV Locker Room, day and Society in the Officeat Playschool in the Game Roomat LB. 88
800; p.m. 9:30 a.m., Joan Bean; Instr, SUNNYIAND GA...IWITIiRIBSIFRYER)
eJeninr Men and Boys' Health Club in Adult Ceramics Class in the

FRlnA v Sub-Teen; APRIL Club 5 in: the Game: the evening.Boys', Locker Ijtoora, day and Ceramics Jean Room Puletti at, Instr.9:30: a.m. Martha V/D .BRAND.EYERYijODY'SFAVORITE ST KS' BreastL6.. 49;

Room at 7:15 pra APRL 9 Class & 4)) in the s :
TUESDAY : Ballet ((3
Men: and ,Boys' Hwlth Club in Playschool in the ,Game .Room! Auditorium at 1000; a.m., JulaiK. :
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the evening Boys' Locker Room, day and at 9:30: a.m., Joan Bean, Instr' 'ne Owens, Instr. .. Bone: : : LB. 98 ft gFYE,7LB.491: :
v Brownie Troop 355 in the Game Ballet Class ((6 yrs.) in the : : .
SATURDAY, APRIL 6: Room at 3:00: p.m. I Auditorium at 2:30 p.m., Julann FRESH BOSTON 'BUTTS'PORKr .-
Teen Club! in the Game Roomat Tap, Dance Class in the Auditorium ne Owens; Instr. v W-'D' .BRAND.CHUCK
7:30: p.m. at 3:30 I?rm., Julanne Ballet Class ((5.'It .6)) in the ROaSt.B.39
Men and Boys' Health Club in Owens Instr. Auditorium at 3:30: p.m, Julanne ,
the Boys Locker Room, day and, Ballet Class ((9.11)) in the Audi-I Owens..Ins.tr.
evening torium ,at 4:30 p.m., Julanne I Ballet Class ((7-9)) in the Audi- KOOSt.: : IB. 49 I SUNNYLAND SMOKED(PLUS 25 EXTRA !STMlPSJ
MONDAY, .APRll 8: Owens;Instr. torium at 4:30 p.m., Julanne S .
Children's! Art Class in the Art Atlantic Avenue Playground Owens, Instr. Sausage 691
J&W91?at,3:30: pm., Faith, Brltton.Inltr supervised play 3:30: 5:30: p.m., Atlantic'Avenue Playground, WDEXTRA LEAK; ..FRESH GROUND 9'

-.- .. ..,. -.1...Hugh Sides, Supv. .. supervised Sides,play33Q Supv.' ;- 5-,30 p.m.,II IIHUJh COLONIAL BRAND,QUICK FROZEN.LARGE

,Men and Boys' Health Club in $ 95 Cut HensLe.39
the Boys' Locker Room, day and B'5. | up .
evening, LB. PKG.
Senior Citizens Club in the Con-1 COPELANp'REG.-49c FRESH PORK
ference .Room at 7:00 pjn. .
I '. ..1r' Fernandina Beach Golf Asso- .. WITIIPUf.HA5E; OF THREE PACKAGES'. Sausag'. LB. 45/
ciation in the Auditorium at 8:00 IU.DR.lfD.EE.: -

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Planned this week by Mrs. Tyson D-et Meat Pies 69"
8th grade Home Room. erg e''" .r food order.or more. fKG.
Monday: Raviola w/meat, .
tossed salad, peach halves, French Blue Cheer :
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Fruit Pies 3 1. .
cookies, and % pint milk. I .GIANT FOR ;
Tuesday: Salisbury steak '
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stewed tomatoes, apple 'sauce,\ r.rtw.. J HX 6-0%

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3 __ tar sauce), cole slaw, field peaswlsialisp .GOLDEN BANTAM '
IN FLORIDA I sweet potato souffle _4'H It\ Tissue4SAVE ROLLPKG. 39,
cornbread and butter,
brownies. and & pint milk. pecan F. .C' 5 ;
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slowly by a centuries-old natural process, beer is beans, tomato wedges, rolls and 'v Shortening58SAVE :
Florida's traditional beverage of moderation-light, spark- butter, cup cakes, w/Easter jellybeans FRESH RGE'STAlKS'FLORIDA -
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