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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 11, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Natural GasIReferendum ,. : At Fort Clinch I State Park I II

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UNION EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE
on Eastern morn, the an.
nual Sunrise Service will be hell
: SUNDAY APRIL 14 1963 5:45 A.M.
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14.hI atop rampart of Fort
:Th<** recent clampdown on sale REV. J. W. KEEN, Presiding Clinch historical guardian of

of alcoholic beverages to minors'' A local referendum on a natural V Fanfare Amelia Island on Cumberland

and the drinking by minors, addedto I' gas system for the City of Trumpet Solo ._........ .................................................. Dale Courson Sound.
IhV vandalism that produced a Fernandina Beach will be held on "Christ The service is sponsored annually
The Lord Is Risen Today"
by the Ministerial Alliance
large number of broken windows I Tuesday, May 21.
in business houses and automobiles Meditation In Music .._.___..._... Mixed Ensemble Rev. J.V.. Keen president, and
This action taken last .
was
has brought on consider night as the City Commission sat I "He Never Said A Mumbalin' 'Vord"De Vaux the Junior Chamber of Commerce

able criticism and many suggested in regular bi.monthly session. I Invocation _______ Rev. Dan Himmelman' serre headed as this president.year by Curtis. Las
remedies. Some have suggested
The proposed gas system has Hymn 1_ ..___ Congregation
curfews and if the intolerable conduct 2 "' The service will begin at 5:45: ,
of the offenders reoccurs such been"okayed by the Federal Power : X "Christ Arose" with the park gates open at 5

may become necessary. But this been Commission arranged and with the financinghas Hous. ,j A NEW DEEP WELL at the Fernandina Beach Golf Course is expected to furnish water ; Scripture -_-____ -.........' Rev. John Dozier a.m. There will be no admission
and the for those
is only a temporary measure charge to park attending
does not really deal with the real ing and Home Finance Agency in for irrigation of the fairways as well as the greens at the local links. The 12-inch r Prayer --._._-...__._._...._. il__ Rev. Ran Humphries the sen-ice.

problem. The way I see it billionsare the amount of $1,885,000. I II well will have a guaranteed delivery of 1,000 gallons a minute and is designed to care I Meditation In Music __..._....._-_....... Mixed Ensemble Rev. J. W. Keen, pastor of Five
spent on education in the belief However, considerable local op. for any future needs. La\ne Atlantic Co., a familiar name locally in well drilling, is "God So Loved The 'Vorld"Stainer Points Baptist Church, will preside -
that higher intellect will position has been voiced and the i, contractor for the well. Left to right are two employees of La>"ne Atlantic, Head Pro with Rev. Dan Himmelman,
solve all of mankind's problems Commission was not unanimouson Ed Mattson, Acting City Manager Clayton Sanders and Director of Public Works I Message ..__..._._...__......__.____....... Rev. James T. Dunnam Lutheran pastor, giving the in-

whereas the real facts are that the issue. This opposition Jim Beard.WATCHING. Hymn _..___.?..............--...._..._.. -._........ Congregation vocation. The message will be delivered -
emotions, not superior intelligence, prumpted Senator Harry Stratton I I "He Lives" by Rev. James T. Dun-
are the prime factors in our behaVior and Rep. Claude Wingate to announce Wq' r .. of the First
A child that is unloved they would seek legislation I : ; Benediction. ....... ..........................................-............. Rev. John\ Jones"TenInARow" nam Church, pastor, and Rev. John Jones Baptist, Memorial .
and feels rejected often becomesa amending bills that give the .7 --. -- Methodist Church pastor,

social problem because of emotional -I city the right to expend money .,. 'i. ; : ; will give the benediction.Rev. .
unrest. This cannot be c<|1-1 in this amount without a refer. .. .. t Superiors For Band Ran Humphreys of North
strued as a failure of our educational -, endum. \ i/ j 14th Street Baptist Church, will
system. Problems of this Wingate met with the City ,' offer the with scripture
.M In District Seven ContestThe prayer
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sort cannot be solved by starting I Commission to discuss the proposed Competing i reading by Rev. John Dozier of
at-4h.4op and .working_down. The I legislation and it was agreedat the First Presbyterian ChurQi
trouble lies:: in the basic unit of I that time that the referendum Fernandina Beach High unequalled by any school of comparable -: Dale Courson, member of the
society the family. With the I would be held. School Band made it "Ten In A size in the state of Flor- Fernandina Beach High School I .

Easter: weekend, approaching it In other business the Commis.j I Row" last Saturday in St. Augus- ida. I Band, will present a trumpet i
might well be an opportune time sion awarded a contract tine while participating in the Among the adjudicators, during solo, "Christ The Lord Is Risen
for. parents to initiate. a return to new passenger bus to Lasserre : District VII Band Contest. The ; the two day event, were Dr. Mal. I Today." Other music will b' furnjshcd .
the closer knit families of the Motor Co. The new bus will supplement ,*Q r -4. local band was again adjudged ley R. Whitcomb, director of I by the brass ensemble.'
past. If curfews and restrictions: the service from here to "Superior" in Concert, Sight :I bands, of Florida State University I' the Fernandina High Band and
are Imposed they should first be Jacksonville. Reading, and Marching. This record ; 0. J. Kraushaar, instructor, the Mixed Ensemble of the lltgh
imposed by parents. Gordon Automotive Service was ;. t $ t ten years consecutively, is ; University of Miami school of School Chorus, directed by .Mrs.
awarded the contract for one half t music; Robert Lampi; band director i Evelyn Arnold. Jonathan Htfl is I
Much has been done lately that ton truck. Commission of Pahokee High School; band director.
has put Fernandina Beach on the Bids were opened on an irrigation To I and William Ledue, director of The congregation is invited to

map ,in many new locales. Usually system for the golf course I : bands, Coral Gables High School i enjoy coffee and doughnut:? 1n

this is only accomplished through and lighting fixtures and equip. : The following is a group of (Continued on Page Two), ._
financial undertakings. However,I (Continued on Page .Five) Seek Legislation I quotes directly from the adjudicators ;
there i w one aggregation in this comment sheets on the .
city that perenially "puts us on PREPARATION OF THE SUB-GRADE for the paving of the parking On Rabid Fernandina Beach High School Arnold Projects
the ra'ap" statewide and with I Funeral FridayFor lot at the golf course are Ed Mattson, head golf pro, and Jim Beard, Director of Public DogsThe I Band. "Band shows fine. funda- .

comparatively little expense involved j Works. On tractor is Okie Pun is, city bulldozer operator. J. W. Hiers, Inc., County Commission, in I mental training, your town and
.. For the tenth straight: : J. M. Askins contractor for the paving, has begun placing the base course this week and will top it regular session Wednesday, voted school should be proud of this 'Tacking System"For
time the fine Fernandina Beach ,I with one and one-half inches of asphalt. to seek legislation governing dogs fine group of fine young musi
High School Band, under the di. in the county suspected of being I cians." Kiwanis ClubBY
rection of Jonathan! Hill, has Retired RealtorDeath rabid. 'This band is certainly a wonderful '

rated straight Superior in district I Herbert J. Bailey Appointed Chairman ; 1 1963 Spring Term The action was.. taken on request credit to the school hands: TOMMY HALL
will Wednesday I
competitiou. Next endeavor came early ; of Raymond :Wolff, county i of America. Its community and Kiwanians ,were entertained '.
be the state contest. Anyone wish. afteinoon to Joseph Manley Ask sanitarian, who pointed out that parents have eveiy reason to be Monday night when Wesley Arnold
ing to contribute to the expenses ins, 83, well known Fernandinian Of Florida Forest Industries ,Committee Of Circuit Court the current rabid raccoon scare proud of the wonderful work that i program chairman, presented
of this representative group of our and retired realtor who had made I points up the need for added'& these young people and tVir extremely I a film, "The Parking /Sy/tenjf,
young people to this event is urg- I his home_here for the* past forty ; Herbert J. (Herb) Bailey; James D. Bronson, president ,precautions -'- ', .. _' .I, capable<<, director are do- which depicted the enormous effort
*td to seffd same' to th -fclgh schoolor rears.( --- :- assistant manage(- the timbedepartment r of American" rest Products Industries -1 Begins MondayThe '."'He cited. .,that thVCityV' Ferjnandma I Ing. 'This tpe'o'f band -is not arrived -' put forth by Container Corporation
Lasserre of A natlve'ot..Fayettevill Tenn., I of Container which spo'nsors the American to
to Gene treasurer Corporation j at without mu h hard work.It of America, assist its
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he married to the former | of America's local division Tree Farm of Beach now impounding '
the Band Association. was System I, 1963 spring term of Cir I shows." clientele in merchandising their
Miss Anna Ross, who preceded has been appointed chairman multiple use forest management I cuit Court begins here Monday suspected dogs at their own "Fine precision marching. Band products..
Considerable interest is being him in death April 16, 1945. of the, Florida Forest Industries on private lands, said Bailey also i with Judge Charles A. Luckie on expense and' suggested that if' (Continued on Page Five) Beginning with the actual cutting
generated locally for the forma They moved to Fernandina Committee for 1963. will serve as a member of AFPI's I the bench. dogs are picked up outside city J : .of the trees in the forests,
tion of a Restoration and Pre. Beach in February, 1923 and Mr. National Council of forest industry I The first case to be heard Monday limits some compensation should : the film carried its viewers along
servation Commission much the Askins became established in the leaders concerned with the I will be the State of Florida (Continued on Page Two) Children Entering the trail from raw timber logs to

same as the highly successful one real estate business. At one time forest resource. versus Roland Carroll, 'Jr., on a Ii First Grade To finished cartons and packages in
at St. Augustine. Nassau lejjulatQM i he was co-owner of all the, property Other members of the Florida I charge of shooting into a build. "Roarinq Twenties"Theme which the myriad of American
\ are being asked to secure which is: now Fort Clinch State committee, as announced by !i ing. Thos. J. Shave, Jr., assistant For AnnualWoman's Register In April I and foreign manufacturers did.

funds for such a commission, Park. lie developed ,the Five -gj Bronson, are Donald Ball, Con I state attorney, will\ present the I Registration of first grade play their wares. A fact which
and Augustine Points' area and had extensive tinental Can state's Club BallA apparent was that Container
Amelia Island SV Company, Jasper;; ,. case. pupils who will be entering Fer- was ,
rich in historical 1 real estate holdings on Amelia F. R. American I i of the world's
are equally Bergquist Agricultural I Also on Monday the court will nandina Beach Elementary one largest producers -
and it has long be."n Island. He retired in 1945. Chemical Co. Pierce Roaring Twenties theme has of packages for
fjgnificance ;; 1 hear a civil suit involving Jack I School for the 1963-64 school products
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felt that local emphasis should] Funeral service will be held M. Brooks Hayes, Neal Lumber i Hyers, plaintiff, versus William been chosen for this year's Woroan's of all kinds, is also one of the
I term, will be held on April 23, :
be placed on exploiting this fea Friday morning at 10:30: in the & Mfg. Co., Blountstown; Ken. Edgar Lewis and Irene B. Lewis i Club Costume Ball. The i 24, and 25, in the cafeteria. largest printing establishments in
lure as a tourist attraction. IfYQU First Presbyterian Church, of neth B. James, Union Bag-Camp his wife. : Leon Loeb Orchestra will sup- : the country with its tremendous
haven't made plans to attendthe which Mr. Askins was deacon Paper Corp., Pierson; Leslie J. ,I Slated for Tuesday is the 'Stateof I ply the music for the annual i i Registration hours will be ,0to ; facilities for printing the advertising .
April 2-: meeting of the Duncan tmeritus. The Rev. John Dozier, Johnson, St. Regis Paper Co., Florida versus Herman Smith''' gala affair. : 10 am. and 2 to 3 p.m. daily.In I and labels on the finished
I Cinch historical Societ> astor, will officiate. Intermentwill Jacksonville; W. W. Miller, and Hazel Smith on a charge of I Tickets are $3 and only 100 i order to register a child i product.
Thi- be in Bosque Bello Cemetery.He j will be sold. Jeannie the parent will be asked to present Arnold asskted in the
of Amelia Island, do so now. ;' Owens-Illinois Glass Co., Jack- possession of one gallon or morel Gingles, j was ably
faceting will future two of Flor. is survived by two daugh- So: I : sonville; A. W. Pyle, Koppers I of moonshine whiskey. : Flo Flenniken, Lulu Kavoukhs written evidence in regardto I presentation of the film by F. R.
ida's most outstanding historian lers, Mrs. T. C. Herring and Mrs. i. w.- Company, Inc., Gainesville; H. Tuesday afternoon civil suit ,: large Leuschner, Molly Royal i : the following: 1. A birth cer I Decker of the Container Security
(Continued on Page Two) A. S. Allan, both of Fernandina i ., .- E. Rose, Newport Industries Div,. will be heard involving Joseph and Mary Jane Seitz head the !i tificate. 2. Vaccination to pre.. '! Force.
3each; four sons, Herschel M. > Hejden Newport Chemical Corp. Dimaiea, plaintiff, and the Sea II dance committee while .Leta vent smallpox. 3. Diptheria immunization Guests at the meeting were
( Askins, and ._ :..... .......... or Schick Test which
skins, Robert W. --- Pensacola; Clarence 3!. Stieet- board Air Line Railroad, defend- Cenek is chairman for the ticket i I Keyclubbers: Donnie 'Starrett and
Lions Hear FormerOytstanding Thomas II. Askins, all of Fernan- i, HERBERT J. BAILEY man, Escambia Treating Co., sales. '' !i has proven the child immune. I Burgess Lewellen.
lina Beach, and Miller R. Askinsf Pensacola; Julius J. Stern, South- ant.Civil cases Wednesday include A Charleston contest and other : The parents' cooperation in Immediately following the dinner -
> Birmingham, Ala.; a brother,' (Continued on Page Two) Estelle Barber and Bailey J. Bar- j' prohibition era surprises are I getting their first graders registered meeting, President Bryan
Major arl Askins of Fayetteville, Tenn.; ) Wingate PushingBill ber, her husband, versus Agnes I't planned.) Tickets are going like at this time will be ap Rauschert called a meeting of the
12 grand-children and five great. bathtub gin, so hurry! preciated. Board of Directors.
Is NamedCommodore (Continued on Page Five)
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League Pallbearers will be Jimmy j To Establish of Local .

former majortearne : Irown, Johnny Balogh, W. N. Offshore Club Summer Field Work ... .. .I,
Pete Appleton, I Galphin, I. W. Hardee, H. B. Die- Fishing ; % 7L ;;( iiLy.
Centersassau :
great, was: guestgpckcr Training ;
pitching and Frank E. Walters. .'. ,;,
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night at th The Fernandina Beach Offshore' 4 1
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Tuesday .
Honorary pallbearers will be In Anthropology t. "a k: : t -' r'
the '
of Club officially
regular weekly meeting : Fishing was organized :. 4 p
he officers of the First Presby- Representative Claude
Seaside Inn. : Tuesday night with E. B. I *
.Lions; ,. Club at erian Church.Maxwell. Wingate is one of the cointroducers
Appleton was secured for tlu of a bill which is designed to : Philips named as Commodore. To Begin April 29The I

program by Lion Burns Bailey establish Vocational Training Centers i 1 Officers named to serve with (.
W. 11. Melton making Succeeds : Philips are Gene Lasserre, vice .
\v1u'Lion in areas where there are no i iI Florida Institute for Continuing ;
introduction. Melton revcalei commodore, Hydie Peterson, sec. I
the Junior Colleges at presentThis University Studies an-
broke into nuijinleague retary, and Tom Digby, treasurer. '!
Appleton
that nounces that a course of Summer |
is considered of
with the Ner Father In One legislation I
baseball A full slate of directors will be Field Work in I
Anthropologywill t
to smaller -
counties
hi prime importance
but
York"unk'cs spent announced at the next meeting V % .
) be held in Fernandina Beach' S
in the state'since it will makeit :
in the SO's with thWashington and a $5.00 entry fee will be I
best years : the week of
during April 29.
lie als- dixieland FirmAt possible for those unable to attain as-I' .
Senator sessed.: I Instructing the will beDr. 1' 4' '
with higher education to train for : course 7 at.
he played ever; First project of the club will '
noMthat Hale G. Smith head of
thej t
fields
} mechanical and technical of ,
club but th. -r ,1
the annual meeting of the 'of offshore i
American League be the establishment an Florida State University Department .1s :
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Philadelphia Athletics loard of Directors of Dixieland industry artificial fishing reef with I of Anthropology and Arch-I i ,. :*
The guest- speaker told of hi* i, 10, 25, and $1.00 Stores, Inc..J Wingate said, "It is my opinion members making up the sets of aeology. ) \. "
present occupation as a scow- Xlbert B. (Bert) Maxwell' was i that this type facility will do concrete-weighted tires and assist. Headquarters for the
with the Minnesota Twins anof elected president and general : more for those youngsters whore I ing in putting them into the water'I will be the home of Mr.course and
I IIrs.
what b i looked for in a prospect nanager. i mechanically inclined than at the chosen location. ) Jay Bartels, 2754 South.
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with the Twins succeeds hisi other type training. I
for service Bert Maxwell I my Fletcher. 4"p 4-.i
The first thing, said Appletonthat ather, A. ..B. Maxwell, who is now He added that in our rural : Chamber Meeting Enrollment limit for the class :
checks is the pros resident of the firm I enable
a scout separate areas, it will our people i is 14 and a registration fee of t
Dcctive player' desire and hi >f Dixieland Store, Inc. Bert, I to compete for top income earnings Re-Set April 18 J72 will be charged for the
Aground, adding that broker Jr. is: vice-president of the latter I in specialized fields that are course. Those interested are .
urged
often- contribute to failure Irm and Mrs. A B. Maxwell is I Iecret&J'treasurer sow being- filled by people from The regular monthly meeting -
homes to ,make the grade. : of each. out of state, and Nassau County of the Chamber of Commerce j to as register registration as soon cards as shouldbe possible IL li? I

Appleton said that players to The entire Dixieland chain in- I is one of these areas.Yesterday scheduled for Monday at the in week before classes
.day must be big, rugged, stronp ludes twelve stores in South i Senator Harry Stratton : Seaside, has been postponed due one
they must have and North Florida. to the absence of the secretary,I begin. LM
First
and acile. leorgia I II of Callahan introduced a bill The site of old Fort San Carlos
a good arm, next speed and nat I The new president is a 1958 to abolish special school tax districts Mrs. Ruthie Brown. I Ii expected to be the
ral hitting instincts. Hitter I graduate of the University of I and make it necessary for i The meeting has been scheduled -;, of the is field -work. scene :

must: be able to stand up to the : Georgia, an officer in the USAR, rounty boards to seek approval of ,I for Thursday at the Seaside. !I, For further information phone ; iii!
plate with courage and look over member of the Board of Steward the voters to set millage rates for 261-5581. !

the fastest pitches. I I I of Memorial Methodist Church, >chool purposes. I Lord's Supper To ... .
Appleton's address was well .,member of the Kiwanis Club, and This week Wingate was namedtQ HONORED AT THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION of the Fernandina Beach
received by the club with a.I member of the Board of Directors another committee, Public I Be Observed TonightAt Courthouse To Close Lions Club Saturday night at Ten Acres were three of the charter members of the

lengthy following question his and conclusion.answer I of the Fernandina Assn.Maxwell Beach Ier.chant's .. Health First Baptist I For Good FridayOffices club, Pete Pappas, Johnny Hutchins and Walter McCall. Speaker for the occasion was
period Wingate, reputedlyalso; hasten i
Millard Conklin, a international director and counsel. Conklin was also present at
President John Tiliakos con makes his home at chosen to present the bill The First Baptist Church will in the Nassau County past
ducted a meeting of the board 1860 Highland Drive with his which will hike the cigarette tax observe the Lord's Supper in Courthouse will be closed for I I charter night for the local club. The Lions and their ladies enjoyed a delightful dinner

of \directors after the regular wife Patricia, and sons, Bryan to provide additional funds for candlelight service tonight al business April 12, in observance j and dancing to the music of Charlie Gum's Orchestra Left to right, Pappas, Conklin.Hutchins .

lIulon. I I acd Iichi4.it.A suuicipalitie 7 7SO:" :i .Good Friday .. I and McCall. ... : ,.
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F FERNANDINA BEACH NeWS-LEADER !I :. ....... ....,:y.;' ,." .,.1...""_./'N..: ". << ...... ... ."...'4..:.';.:;.?;:; ;' ,... ';" .....-1': I I : referendum.' c '. f V The I.request -'was |
.t .Y. -y . $400 I Historical '
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Society
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Sit AkH STREET. PHONES. SGSS miA .C : :: : :; ::. :i iy :. .. A t r;
; .. I ; request from. County Agent i i.
John '|(i.4 .P rry .\\ew paper" I Awards Go To 33 T6 Sponsor Essay ,I feerdon Ellis that .a 35 mmcam : "

." Rir, Clldwtll.ditor 0'anti MaDarer: E era be purchased in connectionwith O "


: rify. !NATIONAL. 'EDITORIALS I xi Nassau Teachers Contest in Schools t program: a planning of his office and educational was 'also,i rwiiiyou 0

C\ l IA S c8TI3NJ : granted.
Ellis also suggested that a
\ W Thirty-three teacher competen Announcement was made this,
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meeting be set with' county leave
Tip
OClA\\O e v awards hare been earned in week by Mrs Jay Bartels president ,. )
cattlemen, poultrymen, dairymenand
AtmiTti iAineery ; ClitClTL.\TIOS Nassau County for the current of the Duncan L Clinc}: all interested in agricultureso
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1.t iubilsh>;d Thursday and entered at the Post Office Vtar, it was re'eaedstetday! at Historical Society of Amelia Island .: that problems"x>f these groups $50,000
the regular monthly session of that will!, I
ah contest
Fernandina Beach Florida, as second class mail matter. essay could be discussed. A "Dutch" :
.' .. the Board of Public Instruction be sponsored annually for students -
dinner set for April 19 Good insurance planningwith i
was Up
hates awards for for in
Subscription : The are $400 the Ternandina ,Beaclii l
at the Seaside Inn. even a modest income
$4 a year $2.25 6 months ,- $1.25 3 Months :.. each teacher adjudged by his or i high school and junior hijrli I can baild an estate cf *,
authorized
'. ," $450 a year out of county l 4J. her principal to be in the upper school The Board Count; substantial propertwns.# Plan \

,,-- I ._' : .. I' _, ....Arw ?.,(! :30'' and who has made a gradeof Mrs. Bartels said that the Service Officer .Thos. G. Hall to your fancy's financial( I
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#'. .i4;; .;; r.t Q GOO or over on the national of attend a state meeting of service J(
... .. """"'- trarpose the contest is to further officers.A security now .
tet: the knowledge of local ,/
iv IV ctr0'I VSE TO A KKOUL'ST FROM 1 GOVKtlNOItBRYANT : The School Board also made young. people in the historical} recommendation from the WOOTEN

I State Attorney ."'01. A. Halioucs! ,. HI, and teacher appointments for the next heritage of this area and to further American Legion that flags be

Assistant State Attorney Thos. J. Shave, Jr., are shourt school year.Richard I their interest in proper research placed in the Circuit Court room Insurance AgencyCALL
Hance Yulee I was discussed and Circuit Court
the hooks of the of I loul a con technique. '
here took. City
over -
91'i I as they tractor, appeared before the Bond J Clerk D. 0. Oxley was instructed ELLEN SHANK
Two state auditors were in attendance: as* were Each rear a different phase!: of
ougne. 261-5303
to protest the tise of school maintenance to look into the expense of such t "r
the officials of Boulousjne at the time, of its abolition, personnel in the construction local history will be chosen and flags.

MayorFrank C. Butler, Sr., Kenneth A. Garland; Jr., of an addition to the Yulee three_awards will be made to es- - -- -

I clerk.treasurer, Robert C. Faulkner, chief of police and School. say winners.

Thos. G. Hall attorney The County Commission has I Hance maintained that such i, The awards, in the form of p'NPIIftWITH NEW BRUSHES !'

r ; been named trustee to take up assets and pay obligations I construction should be placed open $25 savings bonds, will be given
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by the Fernandina Beach of
1 for bids and that private contractors W 0I DISCOUNT|
: of the abolished city. should do the work. man's Club, the Chamber of
-- -- I Commerce and the Duncan L. ,10% Oft MORE( IF YOU TRADE
.... John T. Weisner, Superintendent ..
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1 Clinch Historical Society. THOSE OLD, HAW WORN OUT
,
: of; Public Instruction, explained G :.
that state statutes permit Full details, concerning! the .
Know Your Florida Laws school boards to do the work if i contest .will be issued later .by "\ 0.Ft- BRUSHES '

I at below Bill Webb, essay chairman.Commission .
the construction is valued t .
ON .A NEW ONE 1'KOM 1
.1 i as Prepared As A Public Service Bye ; $20,000.

.MATTHEW. 28:1.9 ye: for I know that ye seek Jesus, Y i I He added that a shortage of To PORTER & LOVEQUlSt COLOR CENTER
THE FLORIDA BAR school funds forced the board to !
which crucified. I
In the end of the Sabbath, as was
hold down costs by doing the
it began to dawn toward the first G He is not here: for he is risen, ( ) I salaried (Continued from Page One) Five. Points, Phone 2613068
The Statewide Organization of Lawyers & Judges work with already per. -
day of the week, tame Mary Magdalene as he said. Ccme, see the place y : Nassau Bar Association sonnel. be made to city if dogs are housed ---- -- -. --- -- -- ---:-- ;- ..
and the other to where the Lord Sponsored by County
Mary seethe lay. .. and kept under observation. !
sepulchre. 7 And go quickly and tell his..., 1 I I Tax Ass'!I 30r E : Eddie. McKen- WE SPECIALIZE INAutomatic

:r And, behold, there was a great disciples that he is risen from the ,I SO YOU'RE GOING TO 15. Are boundary lines properlyspecified Just Ramblin' I dree was granted'$2500 for the

earthquake: for the angel of thelArd dead; and, behold, he goeth before BUY A HOME! ? I work being initiated by his office : Transmission
Buying home be the biggest 16. Are timber, mineral and RepairsBrake
a
descended! from heaven and into Galilee there shall i may
you ; ye for complete revaluation of
;; single investment in water rights, if any, properly (Continued from Page One) !
him lo I have told your
and rolled back the stone see : .
you.
fame call county He also no-
covered In roles and the restoration property.
lifetime. A life's savings be ? speaking -I Rebuilding Wheel Alignment
from the door and sat it. may :
upon 8 And they departed quickly tified the Commission that he
I invested in this one venture. 17. Who is responsible. for payment of old Foil San Carlos will -
311is countenance was like from the sepulchre with fear and would seek additional funds in' k
: Thus, it is extremely important of taxes? be discussed. Restoration of this< GENERAL REPAIRS ON .\Ii. MAKES & MODELS I I "
lightning, and his raiment whiteas great joy; and did run to bring I that you, the prospective buyer, i Your attorney may not be ableto > ancient Spanish fort might well next year's budget to continue

snow: his disciples word I use the greatest caution in buying i answer some of these questions result in a tourist attraction that' i the project Our Repair Facilities: Are The I'Inrsl, Best Equipped( I f

4 And for fear of him the keep 9 And as they went to tell his ,I a home which will not only until he has examined many pub I will rival Fort Clinch State Paik !' At one time it was voted to' and Most5lodern riWnSTANDARD

ers did shake, and became as disciple, behold! Jesus met themsaying :i provide you with comfort, but will lic records including court and : tr tr I let a private firm conduct'are. In I. '
dead men. All And I that I do valuation program in the' county I :
hail. they came cause you as little trouble as possible government files. Scarcely a day passes
5 And the angel answered and and held him by the feet, and I I, both while living in it and It is desirable that your purchase not see bicycle riders disregard but it was later decided that HARRELL'S .

said unto the women Fear not worshipped him. when you decide to sell it. agreement be prepared by ing traffic signals and good safe McKt' 1dre 'J office should conduct AUTO ,

... I I For your protection consult your own lawyer or reviewed by j ty practices. Rules of the road I the work, and that he be I SERVICE

-- .- your family lawyer before you him before you sign. Only..then, i'oly to an 8-year-old on a bike< : given funds to secure the necessary South Eighth Street J

sign or buy. His training and ex. will you know the agreement .cpv- I the same as they do to a mature, assistance. I "Yt>l\f Rambler Dealer"

perience will help you avoid ers your requirements. experienced auto driver. It might i i It was noted by McKendree

YOtlR trouble. (Continued Next Week):" I well be time for another bicycle that the county will save between
INSURANCEPROGRAM
DOES
.1'' TilE PURCHASE AND SALE ; rodeo and a school for bicycle ; $20,000 and $25,000 by I II

1 INCLUDE AGREEMENTThe safety. I having his office do the work I II

lrr1O ENOUGH FOR AN i paper first given to a prospective : County Agent Ellis I rather than professional ap

p."Ff.1 buyer by a real estate ti/ I have been told on occasionthat praisers.A .
} APPROPRIATEMEMORIAL I I II. I
--I.4', 'I ; broker is the purchase and sale Heads Forj this paper is fit only for I request from the Duncan L I DISTILLED WATER

: ? agreement. Few people realize Program I wrapping fish and things of that Clinch Historical Society of

-- Our how Down Payment, Easy Term that this paper is the most import nature and this week we really i Amelia Island that legislation be

Injured Balance Plan Was Designed To Assist You and Your I ant step in making the purchase Farm Bureau Meet : j I are wrapped around the fish. In- enacted to create a restorationand

raId ily. of a home, for the details of this hided is a picture of '.Budd)" I preservation commission on

CONTACT US FOR DETAILS agreement determine what you The quarterly membership I I Anderson and a prizewinningsailfish : Amelia Island was endorsed by Vz GALLON (No Deposit) 35c

buy and how you buy it. Before he took last year at Palm I the Commission.
ALL-STATE MEMORIALS INC.I meeting of Nassau County Farm t I II' I
signing' read the agreement carefully :i Beech, a picture of Joe Haynes The board instructed that invitations
lion 526 .'EnX.\ HlX.\ BEACH C. 11. Ingram, Rep.. and discuss: with your fam Bureau was held Friday nighii: and I II several members of the Minnesota I
I March 29, at the Masonic Hall to bid.on. 2 dump 5 GALLON (Deposit Bottle) $1.5Q(
I ily lawyer such': problems as the I in Hilliard. Twins farm system with trucks and one pickup be adver-
T following : \V v:V -.f -. "041. ..fi,''a large drum he, boated near the tised. I .
':" : .;. 'j 1. Exactly what, land, buildings I :' :A delicjcuj c wer'ed dish SUPJer jetties and ,just last evening we .
i I iThe I I) t. ,. ....
I Machine .
and furnishings'are included in was sen'ed by"the hostesses, got a call from Sportsman'i'Wharf Addressing Service ,

your offer? Are stove, refrigerator Mrs. J. J. GU{'Iln ,and Mrs. F. M. that Dr. Bailey Dickens i of Jacksonville was award-I BROS. !
I Sikes and host, Otto Abshier. ed a contract to HARDEE
and the like included? I had just come in jvith what might I !
II courthouse business
I 2. What details regarding payments The Invocation was given by well be a world .record. "Doc" had I i I I II ,
Sasta SUNrISe should be stated? Gordon B. Ellis.Followin2' hooked a jewfish that weighed Clayton Sanders, acting city

3. When can you take possession the supper, the regular 292& pounds and had landed him manager, appeared and requested i ATLANTIC AVENUE. : H

J meeting was called to order on 25-lb test monofilament spinning the use of county voting .machines I' (

/ 4. Is the seller to furnish you b," the president, John W. I' line. Fishing has been excellent ] I in.:: proposed. special_city. ., . r ((1\
JI with a good, marketable title? Page, who turned the meetingover at the jetties the last few '.' .J -.. .----_ --- .i -- t

JI I 5. Which kind of deed should to the program chairman, days and local fishermen and visitors I .

I the seller give? V Gordon B. Ellis. are bringing in big catchesof I 1

C. Who pays for the examination The main feature of the program drum and red bass. LAST Bl IG WEE

I of the title to the property was a speech contest on ok ::
in the event the offer is accepted "Farm Bureau The Voice of1! One facet of the New York .

? Who pays for the abstract of Agriculture", with three I Nassau newspaper strike was Fernandina
title or title insurance? County students competing. Ellis Beach's pnin. Paul Warwick, I FOR THIS SENSATIONAL OFFER !! !

7. Have utilities been installedand exnlained the rules and point night city editor and telegraph I !

paid for? on which they were to be judged editor of the New York Minor, I : f

8. Should a surveyor be employed and introduced them as contestants grew weary of waiting for the I V

to determine whether the improvements number "One", "Two', and settlement and chose instead to I

sre actually located "Three". retire to Florida. He andIrs.. I t t ,
on the property? Who should pay Warwick had visited here before /
Mis raCrapps: of YuleeHigh
/ for the cost of the survey? and! a return visit confirmed
first winner
School was place -
9. If a mortgage is to be given,. of Second their impression that this is a I
with a prize $15.
who will pay the intangible tax highly desirable place to spenda
t mace winner was Jimmie S*>1-
The sun that helps the banner bright I on the mortgage? domridge of Hilliard High School : retirement. Paul grew up in 1 t ONLY ,
10. If termite damage is found, Brunswick and visited here oftenas
who
was presented $10. $5 for
Of springtime.come unfurled shall the seller pay the cost of a youngster in high school.
third place was presented! to
repairs Don Higginbotham, also of Yulee They are residing at 3015 South $ '.
Arises once again to light I 11. What are the zoning regulations High School. Each speech was I' Fletcher. 1Fi1Jiwijt't .95

A I or restrictions, on the use and well de ; >
winter-weary world I IA carefully Prepared .
of the ?
property Talk. about togetherness! Ned
I livered. There was only one ;
12. What is the time within I
Tyson was the slick ball-handling ,
HAPPY EASTER TO ALL OF YOU 1 point difference in scores of each
I which the purchase should be accepted -
of the three contestants. Judges : quarterback for the Pirate footballers I
FROM ALL OF US AT THE BANK I or refused? Is the date of for the contest "'ere.Irs.. L. L. ; last fall and Edward Ashe
I such to be vital to the
acceptance Owens, Mrs. Charles Lindseyand was the center who passed tha
o'ffer? ball back to him during the successful
Mrs. L F. Higginbotham.
i FLORIDA National Bank I 13. If your offer is accepted, I| season. Today they are a fi .f
An award of
$30 granted by
i i iW what steps should be taken with forming another duo. Both are in
N 1/Ns.IMINNIW/Y.W.yNI./ respect to insuring the improve the Florida Farm Bureau, was :I Humphreys Memorial Hospital for r fa Et +
iFcrnandina Beachfcttunmci i presented to Miss Joyce Good-
s ments to protect you the prospective ; hernia operations and both are be- ,
; bread of Yulee High School a? t
purchaser, pending the final ing cared for by the same doctorDespite
aJ ? second place winner in the State gTe/
__ closing I .q ft ;
a ton.r a/ou <-_ I with' her 4-H Safety project.IMiss i t
14., What persons (husbands Goodbread graciously accepted the Cuban crisis, an
and wives) should be required to ,
the award and explained outbreak of encephelitis, some I
sign and accept the offer! I I highly publicized cold weather and / 1
that it is to be used by a County
curtailment of service on a major t
-
4-H group for a project of '
illuminating rural mail boxes. railroad. Florida broke all pre. I Is
vious tourist records in 1962 with

ii'\\ ; EASTER SPECIAL great A report interest on to Farm legislation Bureau of.1 I 1.3 more percent than, 13 increase million over visitor 1961.! a I sM

members given by Farm
was
'i ANSCO CADET REFLEX Bureau Legislation chairman L.I: Tribute for this continuous growth
: OUTFIT
,, L Owens. Following a discussion I should Florida go Development in a major Commission part to the <. ,.,;',. .

) the group voted to endorfe .
"' for the tremendous job they do in -
127 Size Film Use For 1 the movement for Sunday dosing > '::' $
Florida's attribute
n projecting asa
Color Slides' Color Prints, of retail stores. Mecca for tourists. I ;:0.. .1:
Women's chairman, Mrs. John I .'
('I 'j or Black and White Snap- Page, announced Mrs. T. J. )fer'' i JMf \\
tDJ.X}
Intosh. Mrs. DeWitt Conner inch HerbertContinued J. +
7 shots. isirs. j Bailey .
t ; J
1-/ J. M. Guynn as hostessesfor ( ;
the next supper meeting. I I I
( From Page One) ; $!
1S I IJ

Regular $15.95 Special For Easter $1295 Sunrise Service.s: I I ern Fred Plywoods F. Snell, International Inc., Pensacola Paper -; I' rL I.

Co., Panama City. ; JOHXWOODlWe1SG.3D ., SUBURBAN
Artsco Coder Flash Camera. 127 Size. 1'lu? Tax (Continued from Page One) t- Bailey, a veteran of 12 years i' "

ALSO \ front of the concession building service here with Container if) 6ALL CAPACITY ,
Use For Color Pictures or Black and White. at the fort prepared and served: Corporation, is a native of Tona- V PROPANE :

$ A I annually by the Junior Chamber wanda, N. Y. He attended Syra- 6LASSLieIISIIUTED :

Regular $11.95 Special For Easter I. of Commerce, preceding the ser ,ruse University, where he acquired V GAS SERVICE

Plus Tai vice. ;. a Bachelor of Science degree : F .
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BUY THAT C.UER:1011'( Stock Up With Plenty of Film and Flash Bulbs. i Royce Lawhorne and Jim in Forestry.He -10 YEAR WARWrI lb. EV: V 1 S.,::1th Ph 261366)

Be Ready For Your. Easter Parade. Sparkman are in .charge of physical : LJ married to the former I i ..
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'! I arrangements. I II' Susan Grieg of Berkley, Calif., ,

Happy Easter! T. H. KING PHOTO SHOP Phone 261.4586A For those unable to attend, the and they reside at 118 X. 15th J t! -J;: f .I '&

I' service will be broadcast "live"by I St. They have three thildrtn'l --:, ., -.... :
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I radio station WPAP. Pat 9, Chris 7 and Mark 5. J .'-00. J..


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___ _n News-Leader, .Fernandina, Beach, Florida, -Thursday, April 11, 1963 Page. Three

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GA's- Present 'I M I Hostesses Surprise

Program At W.M.U. Mrs. Hoyt Lofton

General Meeting I With Housewarming

4The general Meeting of the $ The new home of Mo and
Woman's Missionary Union of Mrs. Hoyt Lofton on jSoath 17th
the First Baptist Church was pre : d Street, was the setting for a

; sided over by Mrs. Thad Lee, Jr., surprise housewarming Thurs
president. Various reports were day. Hostess for the occasion

_ given by the committees during : M. were Mrs. Dotty Sanders, Mrs.
.
the :Business meeting It was voted Ann Midkiff, Mrs. Jo Goolsby,

.that Mrs. Edgar Saunderson, c 'er Mrs. Mildred Thomas and Mrs. I
Mrs. Joe Newsome and Mrs. Joseph i Nancy Elrod. .,
V Parrish serve as the 1963-64 K a' :: ArAMkf After much intrigue, assistance .

nominating committee. It was also by the Fire Department employees .

voted that the Intercessary Prayer made it possible to get
League be reestablished by the I Mrs. Lofton out of town long

4 W.M.U. Prayer Chairman, Mrs. : enough for the group to meet

Joe Newsome.It and set up arrang&>fllenb......_
was announced that the Fifth ; ji.: 7 5 t : Those enjoying the affair weie

r Monday Rally will be held on R k I the clerical staff and wives of

April 29th with emphasis on "En \ both the city employees and volunteer

listment.: This will be followedby s: f t E r firemen. :

a tea for new members. During the opening of her

,Mrs. Joe Newsome closed the ninny: guts, Mrs. Lucy Hickox
business portion of the program took down Mrs. Lofton's comments -
with prayer. t rK and later read them. '

Preceding the regular monthly + t n y Delicious cakes and punch

missionary program, Mrs. Wilson were served by the hoptewes.

and her 11 and 12-year-old G.A. Those attending were, il'S.Dol' .

Girls presented a program and s Green, Mrs. Clotine Doug

business meeting. |I las, Mrs. Edna McRae, X(rs.i .
Carman Van, president of the'! IN AN IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY at the Fernandina are a scholastic 3.0 average, which is equal to a straight cia Pendleton, Mary Thibert, Sharon Rucker, Nancy FuU i! Shirley Bohannon, Mrs. Katherine -

group, led the program. Lavon Reach High School last Thursday afternoon, 25 students "IP average in all subjects, and other attributes ,that mark ford, Tricia Scarborough, Elaine Rowland, Candy"Cald- Williams, Mrs. Betty De-
well, and Carolyn Sutton. Standing, left to right, Chuck I ,
Sandro Mrs. Knight
Virginia
ne Shiver read the missionary: were inducted into the Junior National Honor Society. the outstanding. student. Those honored were, seated
Janes, Mike Conner, Steve Rich, Steve Hix, I David Dressier Mrs. Geraldine Gore, Mrs. An-
prayer calendar and gave the de- The ceremony was conducted by Senior membersof left to right, Angela Shirley, Sandra Moore, Mary Phin- AI Jones, Freddie Michaels, Barry Rice, Ueryl Rice, nice Moore, Mrs. Willie Matt-

Votiqnal which was followed by the Society. Requirements for the Society ney. Sheila Heugnet, Beverly Freeman Alice Cook, Mar- Price Poole and Chip Lee. son, Mrs. Marie Moore t }i..lI.I .
Shirley Melton giving the secre
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I Jean Grave, Mrs. LujyIlickox,

tary's the G.A.report.hymn All, "We've present a Storyto sang Mrs. Klarer Tells Amelia Daughters of The ConfederacyVisit Hostesses Honor Helen Hayes Circle Hibiscus Club To Mrs. Ruby Hamm, )Irs. Nellie

Tel!". Circle of Churches Carol Choir At Meets Tuesday With Meet Monday\ With Tiliakos, Mrs LobisePaikcr,
Mrs. Margie Hudging, Mrs. Chris
_ Nancy Fussel, program chair.the Visited In GermanyThe Gamble Mansion In Ellenton Party Friday Night Mrs. RutishauserThe Mrs. C. M. LovellThe Sieger, Mrs. Dorothy Sanders,
man, presented a program on
Phi\jppines. She was assisted: by Eda Stertz Circle of First BY MISS MARIE CONE i The Carol Choir of Memorial Helen .Hayes Circle of Hibiscus Garden Club will! Mrs. Ann Midkiff, Mrs. Josephine i

Linda Sapp, Cathy nper' Monica Baptist Church met at the homeof Methodist Church was entertained First Baptist Church met April meet Monday, April 15th, at 8 Goolsby, Mrs. Mildred Thomas. ,
Lancaster: Janice Melton, Peggy Miss )Keba Haile April j) Hh! for Edna Davis Circle Six members of Amelia Island at a party Friday evening at 9th at the home of Mrs. C. P. p.m. at the home of Mrs.I C. M Mrs. Gwen McKendree, Mis.

Hall and Susanne Shiver. its regular meeting, with twelve Meets Monday With Chapter, United Daughters of the Parish Hal) Sponsor for the occasion Rutishauser. There were eleven Lovell)) on North 14th Street, with Nancy Elrod, Mrs. Marti.Jean

The W. M. U. program was members and one visitor present. Confederacy, attended the second was the Edna S. Ward members present. Mrs\ J, M. Bird as co-hostess. Puletti, Mrs. Vivian Shepard and
Mrs. Stuart Davis
presented by the Julia Muller\ Mrs. 0. R. Spainhour was in annual Open House at the Gam-I Bible Class, with Mrs. Hugh I The devotion, taken from Mark I Roll call will be answered by f
Circle. Mrs. Jame T. Dunman I charge of the devotional and program ble Mansion at Ellenton I giving garden reminder and the Mrs. Sarah Bieuton. .
?Mrs Stuart Davis was hostessto 1I 1 Hunt, Mrs. Lewis Carpenter and 14:32-42; was given by Mrs. L C. a
with the devotional and reading scripture verses which the Judah P. Benjamin will he ceramic k-
opened I the Edna Davis Circle of 'Memorial I Museum is located Mrs. L. K. Nolan serving as hos Sapp, who was assisted by Mrs. program WOI '
Mrs. Oris Higginbotham told of f.from the first chapter of Thessa-' Methodist Church when it : 7. on Sunday, tesses. J. L. Tippins and Mrs. Roy Key. shop. A "Fanfare" arrangementof Mrs. Jo Goolsby
the Philippine display which was lonians. for the April The "Enlistment for a mixture of spring flower
I Topic programwas met at her home on Atlantic Ave program Plans To Attend .
The Gamble Mansion the
at
loaned by Henry Pic ett. "Blessings Are For Service." nue Monday, April 8. Several games were played Missions," was presented by Mrs. will be made by the Blue Ribbon ".
time Archi
occupied by Captain
Mrs. W. E. Brinson; Mrs. S. W. with appropriate prizes going to Ike 'Shiver, Mrs. J. B. Newsome, winners. Grand TempleI
chairman Mrs. Edward ,
The E.
Mrs. John Klarer, who has been bald McNeil and his family, served -
Saylor, Jr., and Mrs. Oris Higginbotham Jones with and the winners. An Easter Egg Hunt Mrs.. Leroy McKee, Mrs. E. P. The door prize will be donated
opened prayer as a refuge for Judah P. Ben- I
assisted Mrs. Paul L. visiting: her son-in-law and daughter welcomed the twelve members of State of the was enjoyed by all.)) Fachko and Mrs. Roy Key. I by Mrs. I). 0. Oxley and all mem-I Pythian Sisters of FernShJma
,
jamin Secretary
Sims, Jr. with the program. for the past six months in Refreshments of ice During the business meeting, bers are urged to attend. I Temple No. 7 held a regular
presentThe Confederate States of America, cream, \
meeting Monday, April 8.
Germany, made a interestingtalk members decided
the
take
very to a
Spiritual Life program, while he was attempting to escape fancy cup cakes, cookies and ...
It announced th the
the church activities in food basket: and clothes to needy was:
Sorority Pledges on "The of Easter" from Federal authorities at a I
Challenge; was Easter Bunny candy were servedto
tion. Mrs. Newsome announced! meeting time would he char"d
Germany. It proved to be most given by Mrs. L. K. Nolan. Mrs.T. the close of the War Between the family. Mrs. Fachko, chairman, .
Miss Nancy JonesMiss each guest. Gaily decorated reported new clothes had been the Prayer Retreat will be held during the summer months Ui d
interesting and was enjoyed by II. Goolsby gave; the Missionary States. Easter baskets, filled with colorful purchased and taken to the orphan May 21 at Ten Acres from 10 a.m. p.m. Josephine Goohby, DI 1.1C.! ,
entitled "An historicFirst" The Mansion after
Education ,
Nancy Lee Jones, daughter many yearsof
all. sponsored by the circle. It until 11 a.m. All W.M.U. members is planning a trip to Orlando for
.of Rev and Mrs. John Louis and read the charter of transfers from one owner to ,candies, were presented as
Missions for this League are urged to attend. Grand Temple and all wished2 era
Community was announced the Prayer
the racial relations.It another in bad state of ;
favors.
Jones was pledged to the Kho was a ..
; and safe
month 1s visitation. The next will meet April 17 at 10 a.m. Following the meeting, mem- pleasant trip.
repair and in 1925 the Judah P.
of Sigma Sigma Sigma reported that forty visits 'The Choir has membership
Chapter was :: now a At
with Mrs. Thad Lee. The com- bers enjoyed refreshments served The next meeting will be >ril
will be May 8 at the Benjamin Chapter of the United
sorority at Florida State University meeting had been made last month and
of the of twenty-two and is under munity missions project for this by the hostesses on the outdoor 22. It is urged that all memJJ'rs
'on March 27. home of Mrs. Wilton Davis. the members will at the Daughters Confederacy
I serve the direction of Mrs. L. K. Nolan. month is soul winning and visita- i patio. please be present. .
it and deeded it to the
-- - --- -- M. Y. F. suppers this month. Dish purchased -- ---- _____ _ oU' _
towels were distributed to each State of Florida, which had J "f1l'-
member for the Brewster Hos agreed to restore and preserve it ...

I S b Linda Walker I pital project. The W. S. C. S. as a historical memorial. It is r. I

; Kight meeting will be held at the Parish now under the jurisdiction of the .. ..
I Florida Board of Park and Historic .
::, Hall Monday, April 22, at .
Ii Memorials.
3:30: p.m. The program subject ,,;. :;::;: E
: Invites Her Friends 't will be Missionaries and Deaconesses The Mansion, located on U. S. 010
: with Mrs. Fred Bond as 301 at Ellenton, on the Manatee -
i.Ol(!! ", I chairman. River, has been placed in an excellent ,
t .
program
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7 J. condition. A caretaker's
To Visit Her At Previous to the meeting, deli.
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:.: .f house has been built and a rest
....,'. ..", ''','. cious refreshments were servedby
I "'' room structure completed. It is
the hostess. J4IL
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open to the public every day ex- -
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: THE BEACH BEAUTY SALON cept Monday. The house has many '$ Easter, season rejoicing time ...... .... ..1t
-- -- St. Peter's Church furnishings of the period when it j

For Appointments Call .261-5235 Easter ServicesThe was built in 1815 and there are n 9 '
many items which were in it
ATLANTIC AYE. AT 11TH ST. Easter Service at St. Pet- when Mr. Benjamin was in hid- 'when hope shines. forth most ,/ 1, f :;

er's Episcopal Church is sfheduled ing. These furnishings and relics s. N..M.
- to begin at 8:15: a.m. Easter were placed in the mansion by wr ',
I
Day with the Children's Procession the Florida United Daughters of b '
and their presentation of the the Confederacy and its Chapters. brightly/ and the glorious message r r \

cross of Flowers and Lenten Mite The main feature, of the pro-

: Han Theatre I Boxes. gram was an address by Mrs. Ro ,;, J. I Il
bert II. Smith, newly elected "<< >
Following)) the procession, the 0 "" '"
told l
eternal is J
t President General of the U.D.C., o/ life In J
Festival Eucharist will be celebrated l \:
Phone 261-4819 1). W. Roberts, Mgr.Saturday .
W. who was introduced by Mrs. Wilson 4 j
t At 2:30One Show I with the Rev. Henry S : tr #
& SundaIatinces
t Prior as Celebrant. This will be L. Baker of Tampa, State 'e-/"
I I the only service scheduled for the I President of the Florida Division and and J .
May ,
": Friday Saturday day. of U.D.C. The Manatee Chamberof song story you >

i : "THE RAVEN"VINCENT MAUNDY THURSDAY) Commerce was in charge; of .
the program and music was fur *

': PRICE PETER LOUKE be The the Rev.Celebrant Henry at W.Holy Prior Com will nished by the Manatee High yours have a full measure .. :
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School Band. >c: t ; p a _______
8 o'clock..
\ i BOlUS ICAIULOfI'COLOR munion at
\ I Those attending from Fernan Fc a' .
GOOD FRIDAY dina Beach were; Mrs. H W. .

ALSO Meditations will begin at 12 Fishier, Amelia Island Chapter oj" Easter o)'. fn jJt :\, (
o'clock noon Friday for the traditional president, Mrs. Henry Cook, Mrs.J. ; 'I '
"WHITE SLAVE SKIP"PIER three hours. Short ad- J. G. Cooper, Mrs. Norman

I dresses based on the seven sen Richards, Mrs. Carl Quattlebaumand S !
ANGELI EDMUND) PURDOMCOLORSCOPE t., \
4 tences uttered by Christ on the Miss Marie Cone. ,
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:: Cross will be given by Lay Readers. '
--- Bernice Lowe Circle t \

,';. Sunday Monday I Evening prayer and sermon is -
scheduled by the Lay Readers for Donates To Flood ....
; Tennessee Williams' Great First Comedy! 8 o'clock Friday evening. :' ,
t
I Area I In KentuckyThe .
: I "PERIOD OF ADJUSTMENT"JKNY EASTER MONDAYThe P j f'.
annual children's party is April meeting of the Bernice

ruaNcios.JANE FONDA I scheduled to begin at 4:30 p.m. Lowe Circle of Memorial r f'N'f
fl
ion Methodist Church was held Wed-
., JIM HITTON I the church grounds Monday,
;, April 15. nesday morning at the home of
," ; ___ _.__ ___ __ Mrs-- -II.- J.- Bailey, with... Mrs.-- -E. ,,

.Jje ____ P. Wilson serving as co-hostess.
Delicious refreshments were "r

Solid California RedwoodBENCHES I served the twelve members and ,,,, v.,q V vunnwr
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one visitor, Mrs. M. K. Kcarse, .

as they assembled. N .
;' Mrs. S. L. Tarlton, chairman,
i TABLE AND ; presided during the meeting.Mrs. If

B. F. Woolsey pave the .
Spiritual Life, using as her subject -- .
: 2 Inch Stock 6 Ft. Tablet .
"God is the Final Judge. ,,, .

: ,", 2-6 Ft. Benches Mrs. Hale Sheffield presentedthe ...
Missionary Education program .
., 9 2 End Benches taken from the Methodist .

.1 (Not Shown) Woman. Mrs. M. E. Jennings -_. 4/ ..
gave a report on the church kitchen #
and Mrs. R. L. Dunman volunteered .

: 5 pc. SET to have charge of it for ; f ..

the coming month.It s. ,' a- .
K.D. In Cartons was announced that the circle .
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had sent $25 to its missionary ]

.. Miss Jennie Flood, in Ken-
$2488I I 4' tucky. Mrs. Tarlton read several

I! letters received from Miss Flood

1 I thanking the circle for their help r N
$1 Down $1 Week I during the recent flood in her .

area. The circle will serve M. Y. .. .
Home o{ :I F. during May and .
I suppers mem-j .
bers volunteered to help. .
MATHER OF FERNANDINA
Cfed tt t The May meeting will be a .

I covered dish luncheon at the A. S. ALL A N .1 S 1
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\ home of Mrs. B. F. Woolsey, : I
329 South 48th Street Phone 261-4383 I with Mrs. M. E. Jennings serving j ,- it
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Committee Slates Mrs. Richard Crump I To Make Debut In Julanne Attends : .I.. f Pon| $ Jpne Wedding I PERSONALSJimmy I Ojiyer Mr. and is a Mrs.student Tom ajt 0 the llvel'University ,.Miss j j;.

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Puppet how For Presents Program At Musical Comedy of Georgia. '

.$ hplarhip Fund Annie Brown Meeting Ballet Festival ,. Fox, student at Chipola! I with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, I I Mrs. Gertrude D. Blatchford, :
i' 5 weekend Poole. Public Health Nursing Supervisor
Junior College, visited last Harry I
The Scholarship; Committee of The April meeting of the An- !
the" 'Fernandina Beach Woman'sClub pie Brown Circle 'of Memorial I in Jacksonville with his j parents, Mr. audi of Nassau County, recently-
!I a. i1. Mrs. A. J. Fox. 1 Mr. and Mrs. H. J. McFarJandvisited } ? tended a two-day supervisors
will a' and Methodist Church held at &ei I i Jfrs. .
sponsor puppet was with Mr. and ;+ O.1. meeting in Jacksonville at 'the
cartoon hoW to be presented by I i home of Mrs. K. M. Fo,Rhan4. Julanne iQwens, teacherof, Tue 'S Miss Donna Bryce arrived yesterday :' McFarland in Jacksonville last I: Florida State Board of Health.

Mrs.: "Faith Britton on Saturday There were eleven members present x ;Yi Julanne School of Jh Jzee to spend' the ,Easter holidays week. I '
I! and five guests, Mrs. Gay,' was a guest //of the host //company I, with her parents, Mr. and I I! Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Oxley, Sr.
L piorningr; April 20th- at 10:00 a.ra. I Mrs. Hampton, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. the Ballet Guild of Jacksonville} Mrs. Robert Bryce. Miss Bryce is j Misses Kay Cover, Sharon Gordon : visited the former's tinek, Mr.
at the Woman's Club. '!Williams and Mrs. Willyoung. fat the Southeastern .Ballet F- : : 4 student at Howey-in-the Hills and Cindy Henry will leave Elias Oxley aud family, and attended

Donation will be GOc. Free refreshments I: Mrs. Richard Crumpler gave t jtival) hejd April. ,5, ft;, 7 i in Jack. Academy. I''0 by bus tonight for Ft Lauderdale the 'District Musk Festi
will be served. where will spend the'! val in St. last weekend.
they
the Life I Augustine
I Spiritual program, entitled sonville.
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x Private David Pickett of
wr Eglin Easter with Mr. and
"He Set His Face Resolute ? holidays }
Mrs.
k Owens was issued an jn-I ; I
st'weekend Miss Jane Digby, student at
visited l with
.I. ly", and read an actual de scripI vilation through Nolan DiBfTnaa, AFB, Mrs. Carl Gillen, former resi-
I Lion of Jesus Christ, which was ; artistic co-director of the aek- orb his parents, Mr. and Mrs Cecil ,I dents of Fernandina Beach Howey-in-the Hills Academy, arrived -
CLOSEOUT !'found in an excavated city writ- : wnville Ballet puild. fbe festivalwas ? Pickett, Sr. I II i yesterday to spend the Easter
Miss Mary Ann Oliver will holidays with her parents,
ten in Aramaic in stone. In place I held in the George Washington 1 Miss Sylvia Poole, student at I i spend Easter with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Digby.
Missionary Education program a Hotel, with the rehearsalsand \ Florida State .
the weekend -
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Mrs. ,John Jones led a ,discussion -' I. .
LIFETIME@ I i I performances: by the 19 Cjvjc I.i i '- -, ', .
on some beliefs of the '!Ballet groups represented being I a i :s,'. ,,,:,,,.'<,:!: :, ',',." ,'":"',,,,,,:,.', .. .
PLASTIC w, s. c. s. o held in the Jacksonville. Civic I
.. I ,Mamie Mills Circle
The May meeting will be a covered : Auditorium. I

DINNERWARE dish supper held at ParishJlall 1: Among the honor guests participating I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Y. Cros- Has April Meeting Remember last summed
with Mrs. Clarence Taylor .r were, George Balanch- 'With !
$1.00 CUPS I by announce the engagement and Mrs. H. S. Luke
,and Miss Lynn Hitchcock as hos- Miss Carolyn McGee, daughterof ine, internationally known as the approaching marriage of their

NOW 54c tesses. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McGee, Artistic Director of the "New York I daughter, Vera Annette, to Pfc. The Mamie :Mills Circle of Me- i
Following the circle benediction, will make her theatre debut on City Ballet Company and head of Dennis L Davis, son of Mr. and morial Methodist Church met Mon-I "stiflingstickq;
$1.00 refreshments were served by Mrs. May 2 when she appears with the : the School of American Ballet; Mrs. Claude Davis. day afternoon at the home of : Junbearable
I'UTESN0y F9rehand/ Center Players of Birmingham, Ted Shawn, teacher and profes I Mrs. H. S. Luke. S
.. .. 54c The bride-elect is senior at t
a "
Ala. in their spring musical com- sional dancer, known as the Deanof
School Prior to the meeting, Mrs. Luke, ,
I Fernandina Beach High weather?
"Do Re American Dance, who} with his
edy, Mi.
$1.75 DISH Edna Ward Class and is employed! at the First assisted by Mrs. D. 0. Oxley, .
wife, Ruth St. Dennis, formed the
In addition to .her for
singing, I Church. Mrs. Q. A. Dyal and Mrs. J.
Presbyterian W'I
NOW 94c To Meet Denishawn Dancers and is director -
Tuesday which she is well-known locally, Hiers, served refreshments: to
she will also be dancing in sever- of Jacob's Pillow Dance Camp The prospective bridegroom and j
With Mrs. Hunt fifteen members present, one
$11.93: SET in Lee Mass. and Joffrey, graduated from Fernandina Beach
,
}Robert
. al scenes of the musical which : ; new member Mrs. Alice Owensof
the director of the Robert Jeffrey i High School and is presently I'
NOW $9.95I The Edna S. Ward Bible Class was a hit ,on Broadway and star I the U. Clinch Drive.
Ballet and the American Ballet serving in Germany with
I
red Phil Silvers and Walk
I of Memorial Methodist Church Nancy .
I Center. S. Army. Mrs. Hiers, chairman:, presidedat
will be held Tuesday, April 16, at er.
; the 1 business> meeting and welcomed -
: HARDEE BROS. j 8 pm. Miss McGee is a graduate of Three Master Classes ,jof Ballet I I The wedding. will be an eventof each member. Mrs. Dyal,
( the
I were taught by Robert Jeffrey, June at 7:30 p.m. at
The meeting will be held at ,the Fernandina Beach High School; Spiritual Life chairman, presentedan
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home of Mrs. H. C. Hunt, with which Was also honored b],awards one by' Dorothy Alexander founder First Baptist Church. inspiring devotion from the
,Atlantic Avenue of Atlanta Civic Ballet and tions are being sent but all friends
0I I 0 JJrs. Robert Gray, Sr. serving as she received at district and' state Together magazine, entitled, **Eastef -:
co-hostess. meets for her talented sincinir. originator of the Regional festival and relatives of the couple are invited Explains The Church", followed -
Master class of Productionand to attend the ceremony and ,..
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She has
entertained civic
,at many to follow in the social by a poem and! prayer.
John
Regional Stagecraft by reception 1
and social
functions here. Miss
I of Mrs. W.
Due to the absence
hall of the church.
I Christian; rehearsals and per-
Custom Made McGee is presently making herhome' H.: Russell, the Missionary 'Edu-
formances of the Regional Show-
in Birmingham with her sister
llllh11Illh1llill1ll1I Slip Covers Drapes I Mrs. L. L Hicks. case innovated Excerpts last from year four and tradi-' included : Mrs. John .Klarer who cation read was, "A given Charter by Mrs.of Racial Hiers '!.

:- Originally, total of 80 female You don't have to suffer
a
FINEST, MATERIALS tional ballets and two groups pf Home After Six Policies. through another one
j hopefuls auditioned for roles in Committee reports and announ- like it, you know.In .
t GUARANTEED works experimental in regard to
Months I In GermanyMrs.
"Do Re Mi, but only approxi-
; WORKMANSHIP choreography, theme, staging or cements for the month were givenas
( ;mately 16 lucky ones made the just a few hours, you can make your homea
; FREE ESTIMATESJerry's music and staged in workshop John Klarer returned last follows: II cool
grade and will be in the show. haven of comfort day and night with a
.. style discussions led by Miss P. Friday from Germany, via Luf- April 22: Business and program
The play will run from May 2I Carrier Weathermaker Think of it! Cool clean
(, ..... I ,
( oj ' : s. Draperies 11, with eight performances. Irving Dance News. A gala York City. She traveled by North- p.m. at the church with Mrs. w.1 dehumidified, refreshing air in every room of your

:. ItJ': ... ... ;_4>>i & Slip Covers I Stern is the director. ance by nine, of the 19 perform-I east Air Lines from, New York. F. Bond as chairman of the program i' home this summer-and for many summers to

I represented and come. It's a wonderful new kind of living
.
Mrs. Klarer has been in Rus-
rnune :!261-.1/41 1120 South 8th St. Mrs. Valero .Hostess the Jacksonville Sympony Orchestra April 23-25: The W. S. C. S.
__. _A .__ I For was given Saturday,, selsheim, Germany for thie past annual meeting will be held in At present, our low pre-season prices are in
of her son-in-law
.. Meeting sjx' .months with
.. I April 6, at 8 p.m. in the Civic and daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Daytona Beach at Community effect. So if you'll obey that impulse to air con
Edith flood Circle Auditorium. This event was opento James Stertz, and their family, Methodist Church. Members wishing i dition now, you'll be ahead two ways. You'll save

'; Mrs. Ernest Valero was hostessto the public. Joe, 15, Kathy, 13, Jimmy, Jr., to attend, contact Mrs. B. F. money. and you and your family will be readyto
IaI the Edith Flood Circle of Memorial Auditions for the Ford Scholar 13, John, 6, and sixmonthsoldLuke Dickens and' I breeze through the first sizzler (and all other
"p/l 1i ship of Ballet were held by April 30 and May 1: Loyalty
% r r Methodist Church when it who was born jn Germany. I sizzlers)this summer.Come in or call. *kt U i r*M.
/ George Balanchine. Dinners in the Social Hall at 6:30
I met at her home on April 8. There Mrs. Stertz is the former Miss

I were eleven members present. t dent Mrs.of Betty the Southeastern Hyatt Linton Regional presi-- Eda Klarer. The, family has beenin p.m.Mrs.. Dyal volunteered to serve r '

.: .,04'. Treatment. For Automobile. .- Paint. I Mrs. L. A. Phelps presented the I Ballet Festival Association, where Germany Rev. Stertz since is August a Southern 1961, I on the committee to purchase therecognition
devotions concerning Communion : founder and artistic director of gifts for Mother'sDay

CONTAINS NO HARSH ABRASIVES, FORMS services on Good Friday. the host company, the Ballet I Baptist Missionary. They beforea will I May 12th. There were 46 :, i, *. :,:H,.. ....'::'::':': 'ii$, 5 ," -11I: } (i__
: NO COATING, AND IS ABSOLUTELY FREE Following the regular business I Guild of Jacksonville, arrived serve 5 years in Germany visits repoited. Date of the May i

FROM: ALL WAXES AND SJUCONE PRO: I meeting, Miss Jvathleen Davis re- from New York to attend the they furlough hope to of spend one in year Fernandina, which meeting will be announced later. L. B. Reese Plumbing & Heating Co.
', closed the
'.. DUCTS. ,viewed the life and teachings of Festival. Also attending were Beach. Mrs. T. W. Brown
George Whitfield, a leader jn the Miss Alice Bingham, adjudicator meeting with prayer followed by 1104 SO. 8th STREET PHONE 261.4892
WITH NOTHING TO PEEL OFF, WASH OFF, 1 early Methodist movement. for the festival and Heririg, the benediction.
Dons
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OP FOR HEAT TO SOFTEN, PORCKLAINJZE j It was announced that the May regional ballet editor, of Dance I St. Paul's Chapter n .
OUTLASTS :3 QR 4 ORDINARY WAX OR ': meeting is to be a covered dish Magazine. Has Luncheon MeetWjth "

POLISH JOBS.PORCELAINI7E. |dinner at. the; home ,of Mrs. J. M.j ,
Just In Time For Easter!
IS A SCJENTIFIC METHOD .j Bush.The chairman led the group in Ruth Class Meets Mrs. Barber

FOR TREATING, THE FAINT. IT PRODUCES 1! the closing benediction, after With .Gloria NettlesThe St. Paul's Chapter of the Wo-

A SMOOTH, DRY tylRROR-LIKE i, which the"hostess: served refreshments -, men of St. Peter's met at the .SMART NEW HANDBAGS ;,..,
SURFACE OF SURPASSING CLEARNESS, appropriate for the Easter IG-year-old Ruth Class of home of Mrs. W. E. Barber on PATENT AND MARSHMELLOW V
First Baptist Church met Monday Tuesday, April 9th, at 11:00: a.m.,
COLOR DEPTH AND BRILLIANCE. AND, 1 season.
April 8, at the home of Chapter Chairman Mrs. Windle Black White Bone $5.95z;'-'
PLAIN WATJ2R KEEPS IT SPARKLING I :
Pythian Sisters Set Gloria Nett es. Brooks called the meeting to or- Some Tapestries /.4\
..PItI.GIIT.PORfF1.AIN1'.R' The meeting was opened with der and led in devotional and lit I I'JusTax)
BEAUTY i j Easter Sale Friday prayer by Joyce Taylor, followed any. She then announced the activities //
FOR SPECTACULAR ,by a brief discussion of class for the coming month.. I
WITH MATCHLESS ECONOMY AND LONGER The Pythian Sisters will hold LOVELY MACSHORE BLOUSES
II j' business and a missionary project District I meeting will be on: _
[ YOUR CAR FINISH. Easter'Sale Friday, April 12,
LJFF FOR I an for Easter. Monday, April 22nd, at the Church I For That New Easter Suit :
in front of K's ,
Mary Depart- ,
Members present were, Gwen of the Jacksonville,
On The Market For Over 16 Years, ment Store on Atlantic Ave. Thei .Tayjcr, Joyce Taylor, Martha opening at Epiphany 1Q:30: a.m. with a I $2.98 $3,93 }
i sale will) begin at 10 a.m. and 0 Austin, Barbara Peters, Brenda Corporate Communion and Memorial I Sports outfit t to 4.. '
: NOW Available Beach .
In Fernandina will continue until everything is I ,
sold. II Townsend, Gloria Nettles, and Service. An Executive I ,
teacher, Mrs. Sutton.
I Board meeting of The Women of
: and $20.00 Featured: will be colored ;Easter -I Officers for the class are, I I
-$17,50
$15.00 1 St. Peter's will be held on Friday MACSHORE COORDINATES
eggs, cakes, candy and various president, Gwen Taylor; vice- 26th $12 98 .
evening, April at 8:09:
other items. The is I III II Prints and Solids
public t
I president, Joyce Taylor; secretary in Whitney Hall, which will r.M'1 ..r---
: DRIVE: IN AN|) SPP JIM RYLANT FOR j II invited to buy some of the delicious Gloria Nettles; treasurer, : planning committee meeting. ; ,

.: FURTHER DETAILS & DEMONSTRATION bakeries to be sold. I Barbara, Tye er; TUvnsend devotional\ ,' officers, circle chairmen 'and'committee Bouffant Pastel Skirts $6.98 Matching Blouse $?.98
chairman, Brenda ; ;
I
I II chairmen are requested to
f fgrope
Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Lohman captains, Martha Austin A RAINBOW OF COLORSEdnarae'
at this meeting. The
: LASSERRE MOTOR .1 be present *
COMPANY
I will leave tomorrow for Ocala
and Stephaine .Daugherty; and Quarterly meeting will be held l on i .
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I where they will visit with their e
social Pefe o. Art n ir F.ashions
chairman Barbara .
:. South ,8th Street Phone 261-3819 I son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and I rs.1 Monday, April win, ai o: w r.ai.in '' 112 ATiANTl.C AVENUE

1 _Mrs_ J.. Af. Saucer.. _and___ family._ and Whitney Hall. .. .
''' Mrs. Ladine Feuerborn
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: son, Marty, of Santa Barbara
ten Folder money from St. Paul's! .
Calif., is here for an extended -- - -
chapter be, sent to Fajther} Salvador
visit with her parents, Mr. and : I
WHAT COULD A Water Heater Mrs. Buster Crews, her brother at the. Latin-American: center I
in Miami.
: Mrs.
and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Darwin Smith and her nephew, I Spring presentation of the UTO : PASSBOOK LOANSDN

1 BE EASIER? Mr. and Mrs Conway Smith and boxes will be .on May 5th. Boxescan I
That Literally) I family. I be obtained from Mrs. Oscar i

; Odom, UTO Chairman. I i
An adult conference will beheld '
OUR SAVINGS LOAN PLAN YOU DON'T
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!; 1' Costs You Nothing! i Stork ClubKenneth leader.Emmy at Lou Camp Benignus Weed on will May be 511.the V/ITHDRAW FROM. YOUR ,SAVINGS... -


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The meeting was turned over

., ... the proud and parents Etheleen of a Gilderare baby I to showed Mrs.color Arthur slides Markham from highlights who- I BORROW WHAT YOU NEED AT 5 % %. '

30 Gal. Glass Lined 10 Year Warranty ,
.1'1 boy, Jerry Wayne, born April 1 of the outstanding movie,
at Glynn Memorial Hospital in1 I o i MGM's "King of Kings". Mrs.
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Brunswick, jGa. The. little lad REPAY AT ONE TIME-
Brooks the narrator.
White Water Heater Windle was
rd Gas
f 11 weighed 7 Ibs. 3 ozs. Following adjournment, the women \ INSTALLMENTS .
OR IN
enjoyed a covered dish lunch-
J Mr. and Mrs. Al J. Blanchard,
16 South 15th St., are receiving eon.The
: Your Electric Water Heater Will Make Down Payment. Pay congratulations on the arrival ofa May meeting will be at the
March 29. The little )Jad home of Mrs. W. H. Burbank, Sr.,
: ments Up To $5.00 A Month Can Be Made From Your Savings I I weighed son 10 Ibs. 7 ozs. and has on South Fletcher Avenue.Wjnner YOU GET THE FULL AMOUNT OF YOUR LOAN -

I been named David Albert
On fuel. I SelectedIn IMMEDiATELY
., Recent arrivals i at Humphreys $ .
Memorial Hospital: Speech Contest

Spring Special! A daughter, Deborah Lyn By Form Bureau WITHOUT DELAY, DISCOUNT, PENALTIES OR .
i. born March 17 to Frances and Vir
The Nassau Farm Bu-
gil MLxon, Fernandina Beach. County
I reau held its regular membership SERVICE CHARGES
A daughter, Barbara Lorraine, I meeting March 29 at the Hilliard
born March 21 to Lorraine and I Masonic Lodge HalLA }

Good Housekeeping George E:. James, Callahan. delicious covered dish supper

was served prior to the meeting.The I
A daughter, Sharon Lee, born j
consisted of a' Y
I March 23 to Margaret and Rich- speech program contest entitled, "The I Fernandina Federal Savings

Gas & Appliance Co. ard Chamberlain, )ulee. Voice of Agriculture." The first, I

.... r A daughter, Susan Davis, born second and third place winnerswere
225.5146 March 25 to Mr. and Mrs John. : Mavis Crapps, Yulee; Jimmy -
YULE FLORIDA Rends, ,Callahan. Seldomridge, Hilliard; and And loan
: "."' YULEE, FLA. ., Don Higginbotham Yule Associationf

L-P GAS DELIVERY AND SERVICE A son, Billy Ray, born March John W. Page, president of the
: .,.., & btf e $ l1 Nassau County Farm 13ur ,
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Personals Junior Highlights I, Missionary To Be 1963 SpringContinued Term



Miss, Beth Saylor student at BY JANICE SWEATTHi I .. ., ,".--,.. ,. Guest Speaker At ( from tage One")'
South Georgia, spent the week. ,I .. ."' l:;,::'.',,Jfu:.:. ::;t n..'t:..::*,:,,:t<:t't ;:',,.. K. Harrison and Charles: K,-ifar-
Thursday
I Last the Future :.. .. t b fh: : <
end with her parents, Mr. and :V': : :
Teachers arrived at school at 7:30 I FROM TilE North son, defendants.A .
Mrs. S. \V. Saylor, Jr. UP DUST 14th Baptist
second case for Wednesday
| to leave for
Paul Hanson visited with his .' [ta.m. to The mind is devious and wary; las Linton Lee and Nadine Lee,

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul E, | at I' Skilled in dissimulation; Rev. W. A. Cowley, Southern us wife, defendants, versus fcbr-
Florida
Hanson, last weekend. Paul is a i.:;" ... ..'.,. State University. I Busy with schemes Baptist Missionary to Nigeria; da Public Utilities, defendant;.
student at Chipola Junior College, ... .. After the long I I With which to circumvent will be guest speaker at the The case of the State'>*usA'inston
The perils of life. North llth Street Baptist Church Lloyd for resisting of-
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bliss Marcia Townsend will arrive d trip, the girls It is uneasy and quick to flee on Sunday, April 21. Rev an leer with violence to his personas

tomorrow to spend the Eas and their coun I!I I From the images of danger 14,1 t 1 i Mrs. Cowley are making their been deferred to a later .4ate
selorsV
ter holidays with her parents, ere Which are the heritage home in Deland while on leavt since counsel was unable to attend -
Mr. and Mrs. P. I:. Townsend. given a tour of V :t'
Of a primordial pastA : from their work in the north-cen .
Miss Townsend is a student at the beautifuland I life that for countless tral Nigerian city of Jos.
,
I ages, 1 A jury for the spring term was
Georgia Southern. large uni- Existed in a jungle .....YoW.. After speaking for the morn t pulled last Thursday, as follow:

Jimmy McFarlanu, student at versity. Later, they saw the Library Beset by manifold dangers; I ing service, which begins at 10:50 Lonnie R. Carroll, John lrvift

Chipola Junior College, spent the with its collection cf one Where death waited behind each .-L I a.m., Rev. and Mrs. Cowley will Cook, Robert Lee BoutweHj-Fef-

weekend: with his parents, Mr. |I million books. During lunch the I rock'; I attend the World Missions Weel man Preston Fowler, Jimmy Leoh

and Mrs. II. J. McFarland. I I girls were allowed to roam around lOr, ready to spring THE FERNANDINA BEACH FIRE DEPARTMENT and the Volunteer Firemen enjoyed I Rally at the Yulee Baptist Church. Braddock, Luther Cone Smith,,

the campus and see the many ,From the trees overhead I a steak dinner recently at the fire station. The annual affair is a joint endeavorby The Rally, which begins at 3 p.nu Earl Rudolph Sanderson Alvin

Mrs. Mabel Milton will spend points of interest. Three people A world, horrible to contemplate; the two groups with city officials as their guests. Carson McKendree, standing left, I is sponsored by the Southern Chester Henderson, Youlice Grant

the Easter holiday with the Char especially thrilled, with their I 1A life that has left mankind !' president of the Volunteers, issued a welcome address for his group and fcFire Chief Baptist Church of the Northeast Carver, Jack Bridges, HenryBurch
les II. in Virginia findings Cherri Edenfieldwho of fear and distrust I Association .
Taylors Arlington
were I IA legacy Montford, Jr., 'Claude
Hoyt. Lofton. Lofton has had a recent operation and having voice
found her sister, Mrs. Linda 'Buried deep in his subconscious; I was difficulty. Everyone The pastor, Rev. Ran Humph Preston Adams, Jr., Rever:

Edenfield Greene, Jean Entming- i Which fathers all his hate, I Ii present agreed that this years steaks were the best ever. reys, and members of North 14th Pearce Jones, Ephriam Joseph
Here
the visiting their parents during er who found her cousin, Wade i, Envy and malevolent thought, i Street Baptist i invite the publicto Hodges, Larney Edgar Jones, E
spring recess at Howey Entzminger, and myself as I Whose harvest is misery and I Church of God I hear "first hand" of the great die Lee Hicks, William James

Academy Catherine at Howey-in-the Britton Hills, found my brother, William Sweatt. I death. I Funeral Monday ilmer To Head work being done by Rev. Cowley Hendrix, Harley Hansel Jones,,

are, Donna Later in the day, the group went I II Sets AttendanceGoal j and other Southern Baptist Missionaries i Gentry August Abels, Frank Thomas >

llryce and Jane Digby. to ,P. K. Young school which ban The soul partakes of the nature At Yulee Baptist For EasterRev. Felephone PioneersFor in Nigeria. Foster, Ruben Lee Boldeo,

Bill McRae will arrive tomort experimental school connected ':I of it's creator.. II Delma W. Higginbotham, Juhn
with the University. The Future It knows not the petty fears' i L. Marvin Johnson Elmer
row to spend the Easter holiday pas- Florida'sDeath Wesley Cardell, Bmvej\
with / Teachers would like to thank all '!That motivate the mind. For Ben.Funeral Jones tor of the Church, of God, 4th I 1 1963-64 Year Highway Edwin Dewitt Conner, Troy Ed-
his''Parent'i SFr: and Mrs.
I I I .
the university officials for I letting Harbors neither hate nor envy, and Cedar Streets, announces his ward Belcher Walter Elvin Smith,

W. M. MtI ae. Bill is a student at them visit their school and especially ;, Nor the lust ,to kill.V. .. l for Ben Jones, C4, who I church is cooperating in a na- Ben S. Gilmer, of Toll Is 315 Richard C. Bulford, Donald .k all*
president
South Georgia College. in Doug i llrs. H. J. Allison, Mrs. I. j These emotions : passed away last Friday in a tional Easter Sunday. attendance Southern::, Bell Wilder, Lester Charles Pag, Kelt.I -
Company
'
i las. I W. Hardee and Mrs. R. H. Young 1! Now belong to lower animals. ,' local hospital, was held Monday I drive. Telephone I neth A. Garland, James A. Mend,
That, still, must live in' the Yulee Baptist Church. Rev. i His denomination will expect today was elected president For First QuarterTallahassee Jr., David Lavnughn Golden, U>Q-
for their services on the trip. of the Telephone Pioneers of Am-
of the George Robinson, pastor of Willcooch.ee !- i
Capt. Frank M. Jackson of I The life. jungle; I 325,000 persons to attend their ton Lee, James E. Bryant, Edward
Hunter Air Force Base, visited There was a tumbling show at Must, yet, endure the dangers: Baptist Church, officiated -' Sunday Schools across the na- rica. : The death toll James Allen, Juliu|1arn!-

for a few days last week with 3rd period Wednesday and a patrol That stalk abroad at the church service at 3 p.m. I tion this Easter Sunday, to cli- .+ ry r I on Florida streets and highways bas Bennett, Chapman Dykes

his father, J. Warren Jackson, meeting held Monday at 1st In their primitive world. and at graveside in Hughes Ceme- max an effort to encourage each I was running 18 per cent below a Brannan, George William Bryce,
Sr. and Mrs. Jackson. The soul, in it's kinship with it's i tery at Yulee. He was assisted by member to one link of a 325,000 .Ct I comparable time last year at the Walter Howard Bunch, -Willie

period. creator, Rev. A.. P. Picker, pastor of the member chain. I close of the first quarter of passing Gaynus Carman, Jr., Lonnie Jackson -

Mrs. M. R. Piknla, daughter, See you next week! May see beyond the shadowy per- II I Yulee Baptist Church.Mr. The local church has set 150 I az I 19G3. Haddock, John Burton Evans,

Margaret Ann, and son, Byron, ils at it's feet, : Jones is survived by hi* i for its goal. j I I The Florida Highway Patrol Jr.

and Miss Kathleen ..Havis spent LUNCHROOM MENUS The master plan widow, Mrs. Pinkie Ola Smith I II The present record attendance I said the three month total reached I ** *

the weekend in Orlando as the APRIL 16 19 By which all things work togetherTo Jones; two sons, Harold E. Jones, i I is 135. 1 315, or C7 below the figure for I The true meaning of Mple t y' ," :

guests of Mr. and Mrs Byron T. Menu's planned by Mrs. Wortman's achieve the divine purpose Yulee and Roy E. Jones, Brook- Easter Sunday will also begin I t the same time last year. Within a modern JKTnet|

McNally. 8th Grade class. j Of The Omnipotent Architect lyn, N. Y.; four daughters, Miss their eight-week stewardship' I Dade county led the list with Is to have many a little more .,:;- ,
Of the Universe; Betty :Marie Jones, Yulee, [
Loyalty Campaign, continuing deaths. There death
Tuesday: Bar-b-cue beef on : I fourteen were Than what the neighbors ewmii
Miss Lyn Wilson spent last buttered bun, hash brown potatoes I Whose wisdom, majesty and Lucille Jones Bishop! rs'l from Easter, April 14, to Pentecost I p Bi i I dealing wrecks in 37 of the state'sC7 ..
weekend in Macon, Georgia where sliced glory Beach, :Mrs. Thelma Sunday, June 2. I i counties, the patrol said. Fol- : ii I
tomatoes, carrot
shevaa the guest of Wesleyan sticks, cherry cobbler, Va pint Cannot be measured Winston-Salem, N. C., and Mrs. During this period special emphasis j' ; lows a breakdown of other totals Fence Posts Poles) ;fl: College at its spring house party Or understood.Who Joann Woohrd, Folkston, Ga.; will be given to the theme I ''county-by-countyr 1 PRESSURE CUEOSOWH *
milk.
for high school juniors. I was, and is I II two sisters, Mrs. Emily Leggett, of Stewardship in Discipleship, Palm Beach nine, Polk seven, TO. LAST A LIFETIME J

and Wednesday: Pizza, tossed I And evermore shall be. I II Orlando and Mrs. Alice George service, missions, and sharing. Broward eight, and St Lucie and SOUTHERN WOOD(
Miss Jean Edens and Mr. salad beans French bread I
,
green
Herbert Lukeuser Hewett, Pennington, Ala.; five Hillsborough six each. PRESERVING CQ. J
Mrs. Jimmy Home spent last and butter, jello, I
orange
pecan brothers Lester Nix Brunswick
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t j-- I i Others and the totals: Bay 2, 11ALDWIX) ) FLA. 266.1231
weekend visiting with friends in milk.
cookie
H pint SlatesContinued '
Ga., Sam Jones and Willie City Bradford 1, Brevard I, Charlotte .
Jesup, Georgia. Thursday: Bar-b-cue spare II. Jones, Fernandina Beach, Ab- 1, Clay 1, Dnval 5, Escambia 3,

I ribs, parsley potatoes, Englishpeas ner Jones, Yulee, Eugene Jones, ( from Page One) Lawrence B. Sheffey, commer-. ;1 Flagler 1, Gilchrist 1, Gulf 1, Now Is The Time To 1
I celery sticks, biscuits and eV Panama City; 18 grandchildren.Pallbearers f clal staff operations manager for"1 Hardee 1, Hernando 2, Lake 3,
I ment for City Ball Park. Awarding
butter, frozen orange pops, V were, S. 0. Strick of these contracts were deferred southern Bell in Atlanta, was onof e! ;I; Lee 1, Liberty, Madison 1, Man Remodel or RepairEr
i pint milk. (WANTII H. S. McKendree ) the association's six present:
land
George for further study of the I atee 1, Marion 4, Monroe 1, Nassau -
}I Friday: Grilled cheese sand Kirby, Elmer Carter, B. K Johns bids. rice presidents held over for a 1, Okaloosa 1, Orange 3, Pas-

1&r with, frozen green limas, fresh and N. A., Barlow, Sr. I i The Commission okayed ;ci ;second year. Both Mr. Gilmer anDlr. d :tco 2, Pinellas 3, St. Johns 1, 36 ;

r. fruit salad: spice cake, Va pint %ILADSJ Oxley Mortuary was in charge of $4,032.25 as payment payment to [ Sheffey will serve during thorganization's e! I Santa Rosa 2, Sarasota 2, Seminole I I

-. milk.-- -I --!.'of,.- arrangements.-- i J.P.. Hiers, Inc., for 90% of the > July 1.19G3-G4 year beginning 'j j 2, Suwannee 1, and Volusia 1. I IJ Month*?

: cost of paving Franklin Street to
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between Eighth and Fourteenth. The 52-year old, nationwide! iI!i I v Pay..
]Pioneer is made 'of telephone I ..
Also okayed was the final payment group up ,

to Auchter Company of | ]J employees and retired employees .1 ,Fernandina Lumber
f 'Jacksonville for construction of I & Supply -
f TOTAL PERFORMANCE ]J with 21 or more years oi f: I
: the Marine Welcome Station and r t. South 3rd St. Phone ts1'3stj
II t:telephone service, including the! ,
City ,:Marina. Jacksonville council.
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.... .. .. i Commissioner Ben Sorensen } i
"""M : ;"" ,- ,, J f I As president, Mr. Gilmer, who -
r.----w. : : :> moved that organized school-
., :J! "; ::' <)4 IJ 1 any vas, senior vice president' of the'
> to : .?: ,:' ::': : I sponsored activity, approved by organization during its 19G2-63
t :
.' ... .*'".x ." ".., .. : I .'' .t. .i t ,: ..: I.. the proper school officials and J JI year, will head a membership of \t c! ijc falnce ,1loott
'
tt. ., {.: : .'"+ ." ,; : >. f..: ,. ::. >. { I fitting into the schedule of any
: ; : ; f almost 225,000 in the U. S. and
; ;. : ". units of the Atlantic Avenue or
Elm Street Recreation Centers, I Canada. About 16,700 Pioneers Florida's Oldest and Most Historic
are employees or retired employ
be exempt from the payment of
:ees of Southern Bell.
J Fernandina Reach's Favorite Meeting Place
: the usual fee for such activities. ;;
; Sorensen his Pioneers were organized in For The Finest In leverages
enlarged on motion ,
Jacksonville in 1928 and the cur-
;: that he considered I .
by stating ent: membership here is C25, with *
P r.'s these facilities necessary for such i. Boiled Shrimp Ham On Rye
I fed Goff, Southern Bell's Motor I
activities and that he would like ]
Equipment Supervisor, as presi- : Kosher Sandwiches Barbecue :
to see more such activity by the ''
1y, i isty' lent. The Pioneers' continuing'
youngsters promoted. He added, .
I ommunity project is assistance
in words that he I
so many considered I
11 the Boys Home on University
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such sponsored activity i I Boulevard. They have equipped a I ..
our best line of defense against ..
II library for the Home, provided
.
delinquency. I material for a complete Little -
His motion unanimously p RNow.
was passed

and
]league baseball diamond
,.
stands, and equipped a dormitory
Mayor E. J. Smith brought up ;
for the older boys. :
909
the matter of increased activity at ..
I known for
the city tennis courts and the pos Pioneers are widely i
\ charitable work other
bet.I I their and i
1 1t sible need for increased and -
ter facilities of this nature.. 1 community activities. Members
FASTER SERVICE AND{
t a itt 'It agreed that 'visit the sick, help the underprivileged' :I r :
was an invgftigation -
1' and needy, sponsor blood I ...
will be made as to the pos-
banks, support youth organizations -:
\ S' sibility of adding extra courts
work with the handi i- :
A r ti and REASONABLE PRICES L.
and a practice backboard. M
capped. I I

.. County To Receive Especially newsworthy is the I I
group's work with the blind. Pio- forenalillJ

$41,000 In Race neer volunteers collect frames I II I

for eyeglasses, sunglasses and .
Track Tax Funds I I
and these items
cases are -
procesed .
Tallahassee State Comptroller professionally into usable glasses -j I ; J'9 aerli :

Ray E. Green said today each for people who need them, but I I .
I cannot afford them. The group I I.
of Florida's C7 counties will receive '
also aids educators in developing I 9leddi tfnvifafionb
$11,000, more from the race : .i
track tax fund. teaching aids for blind children i i I :...

i The checks for April have been I and repairs machines which play ..,

i put in'the mail and the paymentis "talking records" for blind I I. '. .
:. .
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$1,000 more than for April of adults. I :'.. ana :.; .
.
FORD GALAXIE 500/XL SPORTS HARDTOP last year. Mr. Gilmer, whose home is in
t Each county has received a total Atlanta, is active in numerous I 'V V '.

'p YOUUKNOWWHY'- of $159,000 to date for the business, civic and educational I I l1JOIJ1CelIJJ11J .. :I.i
j .
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current fiscal year, which is an organizations in Georgia and the i \ .' .
.
FORD SWEPT\ THE FIRSTFIVEPLACESATDAYTONA..WHEHYOUR'63> increase of $5,500 for the same South.A .

V period last year. graduate of Auburn Univer- All Styles And Types Of Engraving/',:

FORD IS STILL GOING STRONG YEAR AFTER YEAR !In Nassau the funds are divide sity, he began his telephone career .. ,

ed equally between the County with Southern Bell in Birmingham I .

Da>tona's big> banked oval puts unbelievable stresses and control and road-clinging-tuspension can win. that's what Commission and the Board of Public Alabama, in 1920/ and ; -- :

strains oh engines, steering gears and frames. The Fords that we mean by total performance. .. Instruction. thereafter held various positionswith I WE ALSO HANDLE .A FINE LINE OF .

won at Daytona took all the punishment this famous track Visit your Ford Dealer before you buy any other new car. the Company in Atlanta and ENGRAVED n ,

could dish out over 500 miles of grueling competition withHere's what 1'ou'II find:a new kind of total-car durability, a new ."Ten In A Row New Orleans. He was vice presi- ,.
dent of Northwestern Bell Telephone
out missing a beat. kind of handling ability, a suspension that is startlingly smooth Company, of Pacific Telephone I LETTERHEADS BUSINESS CA1tDS'ENVELOPES

sticks the road like If haven't driven one lately, (Continued from Page One) ,.
to
tar.
mechanical failures yet
In this toughest of all stock car events, you and Telegraph Companyand : SOCIAL STATIONERYSee
claimed over fifty per cent of the starting field. But of twelve you can't really know what a new Ford is like. Remember,if itsbuilt sounds full and solid. Majorette of Southern Bell prior to becoming .

Fords entered, nine went the distance. Ford took six of the by Ford, it's built for performance... total[ performance! corps is sharp Swell show." Southern Bell presidentin i! LI

first ten places. ". Of the twenty-two bands and 1957. I r .

\.solid silent SUPER TORQUE orchestras entering this District, Samples At
Five-hundred-mile events like Daytona are a public demonstration I
five are now eligible to enter the I
of toughness, reliability and sheer engineering excellence rOI mARS' TIlE SY1IBOl Of. State Contest which is to be held March Gas Tax

that are part of the new generation of Fords. A test like f.OA8tt rests In Fort Walton Beach May 2nd, I Collections UD Over

this caq't be duplicated on anybody's testing grounds-it's run @) 1 F 0 R D 3rd and 4th. Plans are underway. 1962 By $121,361 I JcmanMnal1cahNeUlsen? crI +
the enter. But only the car that he
right out In open.Any car can .'TOI(akr tier' to raise necessary funds for i ,. ,
has the best' total combination of strength, balance, precision transportation of the band to Tallahassee State I
Comptroller -
Fort Walton. Ray E. Green said today that : PHONES 261-3G86 261-3C87 ;

gasoline tax collections for March I II I .


Lasserre Motor CompanyDrive People The Smallest Do Read Ads Even totaled$$788,438 Green$11,210,809.said under March February.a decrease collections of I j I We Represent One of the Largest and Best;,,


In The News-Leader. topped the same month of last Engraving Firms In The United States

year by 121361. A total of 160,- ;
The Cars With TOTAL Performance At Your Ford De ers Today 1! You Are 911,310 gallon of gasoline was j

sold last month.
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Vane_ Six --- News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, April 11, 1963TRIUMVIRATE ..


10:00: a.m. Morning Prayer andSermoq


11:15 a.m. ___.. Church School \si
r Clashes
wmoi
7:30 p.m.*:...._. Adult Journey la
Faith Classes
1A Thursday: Litany and Bible Study

w 7:30 p.m. .

CHURCH < CHURCH OK GOU PINE GROVE BAPTIST TABEItt'ACLB BAPTIST ST. PETER CLAVER'S '* I

J. W. Keen, Pastor Cor. 4th and Cedar Sts.R CHURCH .CHURCH I CHURCH MEMORIAL ME1110DIST '

FIVE POINTS BAPTIST
J:45 a.m. ?--,-._- Sunday School Phone 261.3807 Sunday School __ 9:45: 'a.m. Rev. Lord Chambers, Pastor Sunday 7:30 a.m. John L. Jones, pastor
11:00: a.ra. Morning? Worship 10:00 a.m. __ Sunday School Morning Worship 11 a.m Sunday School __ 10 a.m. ,Sunday Mass 2nd, 4th 10:00: a.m. I -- Sunday School 1 t.
Morning ___,. 11 11:00: a.m. _.... Morning Worship
Worship
5:30 p.m. __ Training Union 11:00 a.m. Morning Service I Training Union 7:00 p.m. ? a.m. Sunday 11:30 a.m
:30 p.m. Evening Worship Y?E. Friday Evening 7:30: p.m. Evening Worship 8:00: p.m.1 Evening''' Worship _. 7 p.m. ';::15 p.m. MYF Supper & Pro.

Vednesday prayer service, 7:3Ppan. ( 7:30 p.h. ._, Evening ServicePrayer Wed.. Night Prayer Wednesday Service. -,1 '_ 7"p.ra.CHUUCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN .. grams I
meeting Wednesday Meeting 8 p.m. *. CHURCH :3fl p.m. Evening Worship ,
7:30 p.m. Wednesday: 0* GOD OF Rev. John Dozier, Pastor I II

ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC # & $ 7:45 _._.., ,_ Prayer Meeting PROPHECY Sermon: "The Road To Em- !I DON FL P
Rev IL Ch Pastor
CHURCH NORTH Uth STREET $ rury [maus."
10:00 ___. School hour,.
a.m. Sunday 1
OF TERROR IN FIRST FILM Film- Sunday Mass ................ 2nd, 4th BAPTIST CHURCII BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH 11:00 a.m. .___ Morning Service Worship Services; _11:00 A. M.
dom's "triumvirate of terror" Boris Karloff, Peter Sunday ____. 7:30 a.m. Rev. Ran Humphreys, Pastor 429 South 6th Street 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic? Service 'Sunday School 9:45 A.M
Lorre and Vincent Price in scene from their first film Sunday Mass ?. .-..... 1st, 3rd 9:45 a.m. Sunday School Rev. John O'Neil. Pastor W.M.B. Youth Meetings ___ 6:00 P.M
5th Sunday, 11:30 a.m. uOU a.m. Morning Worsnip Sunday i Services: 7:30 V.LB. & ft ftft i
together, American International's "The Raven. The p.m. Wednesday Young
*
Daily 8 a.m. 7:00 B.T.U. __ School '
p.m. 10:00 A.M. Sunday i
Edgar Allen Poe thriller opens Friday at the Ilan Theatre. People ST. PAUL'S LUTHERANCHURCH
----- - -- -- Saturday Convent Chapel 8:00 p.m. Evening Worship 11:00: A.M. Morning Worship '1r 'fit
6:30 Communion in Convent 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week Services 6:30 p.m. B.T.U. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

Moray Harrell To Savings And Loan 6:30 P.M. Young People's Wednesday 7:00 P.M. Men's Prayer Service Rev, J. T. Donnam Pastor Amelia City AM Near Intersection ..,PUT IT OUT'
Meeting. ft ft 7:30 Evening Worship "
p.m. Morning: "Tjf: t C Great Discovery. A. F. Gerbhardt, Pastor
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Tuesday: Evening "B gmning To Think;
:
1:00
c a.m. Morning Service
Replace Powell As Assns. Urge Proper FERNANDINA BEACH CHURCHOF Rev. E. A. Lewis, 1'astor 7:00 p.m. Visitation Worship Services: 8:30 A.M. 1:00: a.m. --. Sunday School 1

CHRIST 10:00: a.m. __ Sunday School 11:00 A.M. ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL

ConservationistMoray Use S. S. NumbersSavings Hubert Gibson, Minister 11:00 a.m. Worship! Service GOOD SHEPHERD EPISCOPAL 7:30 P.M. CHURCH J D '
'
Bible Study ,_ 10:00 A.M. 6:30 p.m. C. A. Youth Services CHURCH ;Sunday School 9:45: .A.M. Lay Leaders

Worship Service 11:0? A.M. 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service Neil I. Gray, Vicar Framing Union 6:15: P.M. Paul Bums, George Lawrence, Use Ash trill JI
Harrell has been assigned and loan associationsin Evening Service 7 p.m. Thursday. mid week service 8:50: a.m. Holy Communion Prayer Service. :._... Wednesday Ralph Wood your _
b? the USDA Soil Conservation Florida appealed today for the Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m. 7:30: p.m. Morning Prayer 7:30: P.M. 7:30 am. .... Litany and Sermon 1
service to assist the Duval ,cooperation of the public in com- I I I

and Nassau Soil Conservation I plying with the new Federal Law "SEE C. B.

Districts, effective April 15. liar-I involving the use of Social Security Our Day At District Contest managing with eminent his success private, and affairs this Jehovah's Witnesses Saturday morning.
tell is replacing Reid numbers. Attend. Three The evening program was_ de-
contract entered into with parties Day
'Pete' INGRAM"FOR
soil conservationist<< assisting the The new law requires all .financial I signed to give encouragement to
and
BY LUCY DYAL ion. When the entirely responsible on
districts and landowners in the performance was Jacksonville Meet .
institutions, including banks, over, the band members remained I such advantageous terms, goes!$ all present, including the 38 new
two counties. savings and loan associations, Student Conductor at the stadium to see the to show that he is just as 'particular "Thirty-six 'Fernandina Beach iY.4 dicated. ministers who were
Harrell, 12 veteran with credit unions, insurance
a Real Estate
companies
year marching shows of the other' in driving a bargain for delegates attended the three-day II baptised that afternoon. It in
Once again the Fernandina
has worked soil and other corporations fur :
the SCS, as a to Some
himself. .
the state for .
bands and then boarded as convention of Jehovah's Witnesses Life Insurance
present ,
Beach High SchooI'"Pirate" I' eluded a talk and several demonstrations
scientist in most north and west nish the Internal Revenue Service
Band, under the direction of buses for the trip home. $20,000 were appropriated for .in Jacksonville, this' weekend," Retirement Income
Florida counties. He also has experience during 13! with identification this and if the supervised by D. J. Thomas
as! a veterans on-the- numbers of persons to whom dividend Jonathan Hill, came away with The Fernandina Beach High purpose to furnish governorcan 3,000 :stated" Frank "A.* Lokey,. presidingminister. I the New York represenlative Health & Accident
farm-training instructor. lie hasa or interest income is paid. top; honors from the District VII School Band is a constant source I pairs manage out of this fund when the( for Jehovah's Witnesses Ito
Masters Degree from the Uni The individual's identification Band Festival. of pride to the school and to the same articles are selling elsewhere : 'The. purpose of this convention i ii The highlight of the thiee-dai pilali/ation
of Florida, graduating in The day long one for community due to fine leadership i ," Lokey said, "was to better Major Medical
versity number is either his Social Secure was a for $20 to $25 per pair, | assembly was a talk by Thoma
1050. ity number or other tax number the band members. This was due and direction. The Band all must admit that he will have j t I equip. Jehovah's Witnesses for entitled, "Who Will Win the 'Disability Monthly IncomeL.
His wife, Mrs. Janet Harrell, i issued to those who have never to the Band's being scheduled to has earned the right to attend acted his part well." their ministry' activity which includes Struggle for World Supremacy?".
had Social Se play concert at !9:30): which necessitated State Contest! but at present house.--'house .visitationsand L'I OHANNON
and two boys, ages: 3 and 5, will employment: under I April 6 The U. S. S. Hunts- .
funds available for this ,
6:30 time. are not conducting Bible studies..
be moving to Jacksonville from curity coverage.. This number a : departure
I arrival in i St. trip. It is i hoped, however, that I ville today captured the'sloop AS Lokev I INSURANCEPhone
DeFuniak Springs during the early must be used by persons on tax Upon Augustine an example, mentioned 9
summer. returns filed for 1962 and. each we reported to the warm-up the needed funds will be provided Minnie off Charlotte Harbor the Friday evening',* program Trade At Home 261-5269

HarreU's principal duties will :year thereafter room to prepare for concert. Our and that the band will againbe with a cargo of cotton aboard. which included .a, model

technical Financial institutions are requested Band's concert, held in the auditorium > able to represent our com For sale at auction today in I Ministry School patterned after .
involve providing assistance to the identification of St. Augustine High munity in the fine manner it has the one held' locally each, _week.JThis .
use Tallahassee "one
are Negro man, 1
to landowners and district number on all information ':docu- School, consisted of a warm-up in the past. I was followed by the Service I
cooperators in the develop. ments submitted to the Internal march, "Father of Victor a hostel and gardener, 65; one Meeting which;",explained Bible @mstrong

ment and use of their soil, water, I Revenue Service and beginning in required number, "Variation Florida field field hand hand, age 40.40"; one woman [i: laws and principles' by,.means of I ,, '. .. ..h.... _...__,.... ..... .w '.._
.
woodland and wildlife resources 1964 must also report 'the names Overture, and a selected number age demonstration\ ; pie highlight! of I .y.
I and addresses of creditedor "Jolly Robbers Overture." April 7 An Arkansas news the .meeting\ ''demonstrated how I
office i is located in the County persons
His
After concert, Band was calls the of each Christian must become spiritually
paid $10.00 or more in div- our 100 1 Years Ago paper appointment
Agricultural Department, idends or interest during the pre- given a march and an overtureto General Edmund Kirby Smith of t strong 'tq{ assume the full

Room 409, Duval County Court ceding year.Speaking. : read at sight Judging in this Florida as commander of the'I I weight of the (i.iinist. rY. SALES AND INSTALLATION
house. Nassau landowners can for the savings and category was based on'how well Published by Trans Mississippi Department An opportunity. .to demonstratethese
contact him through Freeman loan associations in Florida, Wile the band played the numbers FLORIDA CIVIL WAR "highly gratifying to the troops I new techniques in the field
their dynamic changes, key CENTENNIAL COMMISSION There is every reason to PORTER & LOVEQUIST 1
liam D. Hussey Executive. Vice whici
Davidson SCS technician, locatedin I ministry, included regular
President of the Florida Savingsand changes, and time changes. 208 Valencia Avenue, expect that the unsatisfactory 4
Callahan. Loan League said forms for From 11:00 to 2:00, many Coral Gables 34, Florida condition of things which has ..house-to-housq "visitations: with Color Center 4t
Reid Powell is transferring to supplying Social Security. num- band members participated in Edited by SAMUEL PROCTOR, prevailed in that department for 1 the latest :copfes .of the worldwide 8th St. At Five Points Phrne 261-3068
Gainesville. lie will assume new bers are being made available to solo and ensemble competition. University. Florida several months past will now be Bible journals, The 'Watch- Downs Carpet VaL par 1'ainlst11'all Paper
of the associa- Students receiving superior rat- terminated." tower. and Awake!, was. provided: ,
duties there as SCS Agricultural all shareholders FOOD vs. COTTON .. -
Economist, Watershed Planning tions. Hussey urged that compliance inps for solos are.: Skipper Hill Significant Florida Events, ---- ---
Party for Florida.Weisner with the new law will avoid (Clarinet), John Davis {Tenor .
Sax), John Puletti (Trombone), for April, 1863 r -
confusion in cases of individualswith :
Richard Fox (Trombone), Judy April 1 Beginning today anew )\ 100 FREE
Announces the same name. Lasserre (Cornet), Dale Courson tax program goes into effect -
Hussey reported that accordingto (Cornet), Tommy Oliver (Piano), in Tallahassee. Subject to ''
GREEN STAMPS
the Internal _Revenue Service, Charles Johns (Drum), Fred taxation hereafter are vending MERCHANTS
Coming Seminars identification numbers are essential Michael (Tuba), Diane Lewis goods, household furniture (including : :
for speeding verification of (Bassoon), Katherine Peters gold and silver plate), WITH EACH $1.00 PURCHASE

John T, Weisner, Superintendent (Twirling), and Lucy Dyal (Stu. musical instruments, jewelry, ; 4 ,
of Public Instruction, today taxable income and efficient pro dent Conductor). slaves, carriages, horses, and I of f EASTER CANDY
announced short courses, seminar cessing of tax returns on elect Students, receiving Excellent mules. Auction sales, bankingand '!!'

and institutes, to be held tronic equipment being installed ratings in solo competition are: insurance operations, and ( Q
commission sale will also be tax-a
this spring and summer.in attendingmay nationwide. Harold Penton (Baritone), Beverly ed. White males, except those in i k Smart Bunnies Bring Candy For Eoster!
Anyone interested
further informationby Jones (Basso}e), Richard the military, will pay a poll tax
obtain I
the superintendent'soffice. Park VisitorsFor Sapp (Tenor Sax), Diane Poole of $1.00; free Negro males, $10-

contacting. Fiscal Year (Twirling), and Sharon Gordon .00; free Negro females, $5.00. '

The courses are as follows: Now At 108,516For (Twirling). Ted Steger (French $4.00 slave must publically be paid exhibited for every for ) MAXWELL HOUSE x t

Animal\ Short Course of Florida Horn received a Good. sale. Licenses will be required iof j ;! ,
City Managers, April 28 the week ending Sunday, Superior ratings were also the following: Liquor retail-
Beach. April 7, a total of 108,510 had given to the twirling ensemble '
Majfljt Daytona ers, $1.00; hawkers of wares 1-
Annual Park Short Course visited Fort Clinch State Park entered by the Band's majorette and merchandise except charts Coffee 1 llbCan 48c
since July 1, 12, according to and the Fernandina
to ,
AprtTlS-19, O'Leno State Park. corps I and atlases, $1.00; vendors of
Gil Becker, park superintendent.Last Beach High School Dance Band.: other
shows
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lottery tickets, $10; ;
Annual Florida Nursing Home
ShoVtlCouise, April 2JI-May 3J,, with week's 5%total of these was overnight 2783 visitors our Facilities students were to dress provided and relax for than, circuses or circuses equestrian ex. 604 Atlantic Ave. LIMIT ONE WITH $3.00: OK MORE Horn oItntaLIBBY'S :
of Florida.Aniiuuil hibitions, $5; or equestrian -i
University
campers. There were i)40) visitorsat motel downtown St.
at a near exhibitions, $10; itinerant I -- -
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mationand Data Processing,, students toured the historic ; and : 4 For $
many errotypist or dentist, $10;
April :25-20( Jacksonville Birth defects occur in one out city while others listened to thee livery stable operators, $50. $1' Crisco 6' 8

Florida Land Title AssociatiollCohf l. of 16 U. S. births, afflicting concert performances of other April 2 U. S. Secretary of 1 I TOMATO JUICE 3 lb. can :::1 C
ri>nce, May 10-11, University than 250,000 babies each year.. bands. has 46 0%.
of Florida. The 19G3 March of Dimes seeksto The Drill contest was held the Navy Gideon Welles FOOD
LIMIT ONE WITH $:;.00 ORDER
High School Journalism Institute : fight birth defects by sponsoring Saturday night at the high sent a confidential and ugent F R E.MAR .
June 23.28 and June 30 -.1 research seeking causes and I school stadium. Our band marched request to Rear Admiral S. F'I 3 For H 1

July 5, University of Florida. : cures. at 8:10: after standing inspec- DuPont, Commander, South Atlantic FYNE-BAKE
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Blockading Squadron, to 29 .*.
send all ironclads "in a fit condi\
FLORIDAWILDLIFE, SCRAPBOOK tion" to the Gulf of Mexico I
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where "the exigencies of the i I FRE-MAR 3 Ib. 58cM'

M THE LATERAL LINE CONTAINS SENSE public service are pressing." I Shortening can

ORGANS WITH WHICH THE FISH DETECTS April 3 Federals attacked !j I 1
LOW FREQUENCY Vl&RATKHS THAT TO Bay Port today, but, accordingto -Order
HUMAN EARS iyoULDS00ND Confederate reports, they I LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER@ooo ---- ----
t. LIKE A DULL RATE i were repulsed. The engagement i -
lastd two hours, during! which' ooooo
LATfRAh
///HE two Confederates seriously 49c lb.
0 were Mayfair
M : c ALSO i LINE MAY AID wounded. I tMJ ,

Confederate. Chief of Staff ]
'S'\ THE FiS*
General Thomas Jordan has issued '
TO ADAPT an order complimenting 100 FREE PURE BUTTER

)_ .7 O CHANGES "the gallant conduct of Florida I ).
1 1 k 1 J MWATIR troops, under the command of I LIMIT ONE WITH $ 'OO FOOD ORDER
Captain G. W. Scott and his fel-
ATURE low officers and men." They' iupi

.- 1 taoss have conducted themselves "with I I.M I MEAT SPECIALS !
"their I
1 coolness and address" and UMJT 1 PER FAMILY
) I actions have been characterized ., WITH $soo FOOD OKDEK
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t1.\\J EXPIRES 4U-C .Fes;: TENDERIZED4r:
April 4 The Tallahassee I \ Pound
FISH HAVE ORGANS Floridian today publishes: the 'III' \II i

#0 EARDRUMS \ k SCALE following announcement: "We I I.Ham i 39c.

OZ OUTER EARS are authorized to state that the Shank Cut
,. S 50UNDS RELAYED Governor has contracted for 3-I PRODUCE :
I'' t 000 pairs (cotton and wool .
THRU THE HEAD BONES TO "HI' I 1 Pound .
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cards) at $6.00 a pair, 1,000 are
..' THE SERVES Of THE MER ii ; ? L flit to be delivered within six months, '
i EAR 9 UNDERWATER SOMDSMS NERVE and the remainder, within a reasonable CUCUMBERS - Sc I Rib Steaks 1Sc
HEARD BETTER THAN time thereafter. If this
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SWACE NOISES BASS AK contract is carried out in good LETTUCE 2 for 2Sc
SAID TOMAK THE APPROACH 771E FISJI!; EQVI1./8 /fJAI faith, and we doubt not it will 10 16 lb. Pound.
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... OF A ROWBOAT BEFORE THAT OR BALANCE M THE JVAT1C be, it was a capital bargain on lOc
# .. OF A MOTOZBOAT 15 CONTI:t71 J.l/J dYTXEl Y (43 the part of the Governor, and is .CELERY, stalk j
but another proof of his devotionto 35c

our suffering soldiers, and SWEET POTATOES $if.. 29c ;' UFKC/S ;
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I1Y SIIAUOX I COUGH Firearms CourseAt i' QUANTITY '

tI RIGHTS
Hi1! The mighty Pirate band The Junior Honor Society heldan '.
,
RESERVED
came back from St. Augustine assembly last Thursday to induct Weekend Camp \

last weekend new members. Linda Allan, I PRICES GOOD
of the club, the
with a grand president was 1 y. Y
BY ERNEST VALERO: I I II Thru
Superior rating speaker for the induction. The I
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in all three categories. new members inducted were, Carolyn Boy Scouts of Troop 213 completed I r F-'F r lP'r. M. I APRIL 13th
i There Sutton, Candy Caldwell, Chip a six week course Satur S q ?

,,,, were a few excellent Lee, Sharon Rucker, Marsha Pen- day on safety and the handlingof f re x' s WINN COlYtIGNT PIXIC fTOESf.-leis INC.
1 firearms and markmanshi ). '
in the
solos *with the r rI dleton, Barry Rice, Price Poole, The course was sponsored by the ; iw ., ri x S ) '
rest superior, Mary Thibert, Elaine Rowland, Al Florida fresh Water and GameCommission ) I \

I f lucy Dyal, student Jones, Tricia Scaibaro, >\ancf"ulford through the courtesy I 'bt .

conductor, Chuck Jones, Ange Shur- of the Northeast} l Florida Sports-[ \.c.:: ) i : ,
made superior man's Club) and was held at the \ ::
It>Y, Sheila Beugnet, Beryl Rice, ins :
area at Boggy Creek .
rating, and also the Dance Band Mike Conner, Sandra Moore, Steve camp Yulee. ( 'S. 'S Yk F # O STQ

received a superior rating. The Rich, Mary Phinney, Steve Hix, The Scouts received their final 11
FBlfS Pirate Band is now eligible David Dressler Alice Cook Bev Examination under the supervision I :
for State Contest, which is .it.
:
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of the commission officers. j
held during the first part of May I I I
The National Rifle Association of I
But it has not been decided if the The chorus group will present America's
"Yellow ShoulderPatch" ;
band will attend as cf this date. their annual Easter Concert I
presented to the
The band members had Thursday afternoon in the High was
a enjoyable
very
troop. As a symbol of the vital r .; The SmokedHAM .lr ..
day in St. Augustine listening School Auditorium at 2:00: o'clock. interest in the field of firearms Very Finest
to other bands and touring The public is invited to attend
the city and I am sure the program will safety education. I
for high. honors in
Singled out
The Key Club held their regular II be very delightful.The marksmanship were; second class Easter

meeting last week and elected Pirate baseball team ha Scouts, Robert p Ferreira, Jr., :
: had a road of bad luck, but they I
new officers for the coming year. Tiith a score of 110; Joe Lucas
; are sure to win the next game. William R. ,
Smith, and Harvey !
The officers Wood,
new are Chip
They* are a good team and with entitled to receive the I
Jr. Others
president; Mike Pikula, vice- our support, should come through awards following the final results I SHANK. HALF Lb. Easter Feast r
president Babba Quattlebaum, with victories.
; some great and tabulation to be made : The, sweet, smoky flavor of Sunnyland
Secretary and flay Cox, chaplain.
; The Pirates won the ball game by the officers this week are i hams has made them the.first'cholceof
The business of the meeting con I with Baker County Tuesday witha }Bobby Thornton, Robert Bedford,: '
thrifty'homemokers. U..S CHOICE
protein-rich, _,
cerned the Key Club State Con of 111. The i
grand score boys lack Ryals, Cecil Bennett, and ,carefully selected extra lean hams. '
vention in Hollywood, Florida, and I played wonderful game and we Scott Austin. : .
the Key Club Capers. : are all especially proud of them. Instructions in Markmanship,I WHOLE OR

-- I Congratulations boys! safe handling of firearms and i Butt Half LB. 430
I The Easter vacation is coming hunters' safety, is also part of the :
I this week and there will be no Scout program and the boys are GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN YOUNG '
People Do Head I \'en I school Friday or Monday. I would entitled to further recognition and : l

The Smallest Ad like to wish everyone a very hap- awards by the Boy Scouts of Am- Roasting Chickensu.39 WHOLE or HALF -
In The News-Leader. py Easter and if anyone is plan :rica. I I
ning to travel, drive careful anil The troop left Friday evening!n nand Leg-0-Lomb e L 9. 69$!
You Arc have a \\omlerful holiday.See arrived before dark at the GR. "A" QUICK FROZEN. ,18.20 LB.,WHOLE or HALF'BROAD.BREASTED! 9 __ _
You Next Week! camp area where the Scouts established Loin Lamb Chops LB. H
designated patrols and I
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areas of operation by each patrol.j WDBrandTurkeYSLB-39 Rib Lamb Chops \ 79
Saturday; morning they left their
Shiell's Swap Shop rampout area and marched to : WHOLE or HALF I Shoulder Lamb Chops IB 59Fresh
Camp Stratton in Callahan,

3u SOUTH sin STREET the turning final in examinations.Other the afternoon. to I.e-I I Pork LoIns'LB.49; Shoulder Lamb Roast* <*k LB. 490

NOW DEALER FOR scouts present at the : .,. Lamb Breast 19ff
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ampout were Hydie Peterson, I, J I I ,i ,..:.r'...&. ,,..,..:! LB. .
Jw JI.; : '
Jacob Austin, Joey Ryals, Kenny|: U I I'' iii'' 11' ''I I i
DOZIER AND GAY PAINTS ._ Ground Lamb 390
King, F. II. Lee's two boys, Mich- I c.6T4" "co.-r' u

"BEST FOR THE SOUTH" nel Pierce Silva and, Steve Chip Rhatigan.Boy Reese, Jimmy I I 100 EXTRA i All Stores R HORMEL, BONELESS CANNED REGULARLY $2.99 r

Latex or One-l ote White Scout Troop 213 takes this IJ WILL BE r $ M
Flat Wall $3.5] gal. Enamel $5.50 gal.rmi.Gloss opportunity to express their apnieciation ? Hams 3 LB CAN 2 :
Jfisjh Gloss to Senator Harry Strat- \ J .w' GREEN STAMPS 1

jtoarael $ .9ga Enamel $5.00 gal.Vhitc ton mans, the Club Northeast and the Florida officers Sports-of I WITH THIS COUPON AT YOUR i rJ CLOSED. *J REGULAR. 59tf LB. COPELAND ALL MEAT 1 :

L he Florida Fresh Water and NEAREST FRIENDLY WINN-DIXIE : Wieners. 49-
and Colors ,, J Easter t i LB.
Game Commission for all the Good Thru Limit One Coupon To Adult With .. .
BrushesRollers Scrapers ourtesies extended them during April 13 A $5.00orMore.fqodprder: ;.F
REGULAR .
the past six weeks. SUNDAY t 59* LB. SWIFT PREMIUM
EVERYTHING YOU NEED fOR THAT PAINT IOF II / / III 1l1 ,," ,I ,III ,, "
CRaFM CAIN ... ,, ti
Bacon 491.
Enters ,- IB.
J Richard SOP :.i.t;:-..:::',, '_n: _" __J' .

f UDC Essay ContestThe 4'Jl MORTON Chicken, Beef, Turkey, Salisbury, Ham
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DoWander Car .... has United received Daughters notice-of that Confederacy another; j 50 Free Hvf: Green Stamp! ? 50.Free<1.itJGreen Stamps Din n e r s 2.FOR ,89 1/.

or high school student, Richard Sajtp WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF WITH' THl$ COUPON'AND PURCHASE. MORTON Apple, Cherry, Peach, Coconut |
THREE PKGS FROZEN TASTE O'
SEA
Six

Weave Left or? 'Pull Right to? CAR- SERVICE; has School the entered Chapter.The Essay the.Contest annual, sponsoredby High Fish GOOD Cake THRU APRIL Dinners 13TH Welcharfe GOOD 6-oz.CANS THRU with APRIL FROZEN UTH Lemon Fruit.- Pies 3 FOR$1.


Then Get Our... "Doubleheoder" subject this year .is "W 0- AT ANY WINN-DIXIE AT ANY WI N-DIXIE SUPERBRAND, ALL FLAVORS
men of the Confederacy" As announced J
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F. EVir us of Fernandina AT ANY WINN-DIXIE < AT ANY WINN-DIXIE AT ANY W INN DIXIE
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,, Lions and Merchants' Fete Farm Teams I S CHORES I Thomas Pitches

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.r 'vLv Of Minnesota Twins<< At Annual Dinner MR1Nic II I! Pirates To ]11-1] ]

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BY CURT GORDON from Daytona Beach in time for Win Over BakerSteve
%) The Baseball Players Dmabr the meeting. '
f; was given last Monday nigh ,;at Joe Haynes, executive vice-
the Recreation Center by the I ma.1 president of the Twins, made a c Thomas pitched the Fer-
Merchant's Association and "the short speech to the players, along nandina Beach Pirate baseball

Lions Club, sponsors of the annual with Billy Martin, and both' en- team to the first victory of the

affair. _.! $rtained the boys with baseball season here Tuesday afternoon-
Bill Melton, local postmaster,f stories. A when he allowed the visitors qnjx

was emcee for the gathering and : Bob Springer and George Tyson F 1IMx. two singles in posting anll

introduced the officials of the rendered some fine singing victory. Thomas struck out jjeven!

S9'.M ,, I) Minnesota Twins Farm system. 1]after the meeting, with able assistance ;C7SMLFISH Baker batters and did not jvalk
: !I The after-dinner program began from Bill Melton.A but two in getting the initial victory -

a f i ii with Melton introducing Mayor J I fine meal of barbecued chic- ; of the season. _
s j f fYWh E. J. Smith who welcomed the i'I ken and ribs with all the trim I Fernandina banged out 13 hits

i players and officials. Melton then mings was the menu for the even in picking up the first victory

introduced Burns Bailey, presi ing. # I against three losses for the 'seal
dent of. the Merchant's Association -i .
( I i son. The Pirates started scoring
'd 9 h and Johnny Tiliakos, president -j I early in the game when Steve
LLr of the Fernandina Beach Vern Morgan Beckett walked in the first inn-
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,3 t: Lions Club. j : ing and Alan Cover and Tommy

Also presented were Commissioners ::- Winner of Baseball Clark singled along with an error -
fl !' \Y Mf L. L Bohannon, Ben Sor- : to put Tommy Jones on*barer""

5 .d x I ensen, E. J. Johnson, Jr., and I The Pirates added two more runs
County Commissioner Bill Gal- Golf Tournament stA in the third when Cover openedthe

: phin, along with Ray Caldwell, 6 o d .b.. 'We 3' frame with a double, Tomnty
t r :: EY t editor of the Fernandina Beach j 4 Ae Jones tripled and John Barniak
: News-Leader and Curt Gordon, Yern Morgan, manager qf the t;, xx ,. singled.
Bismarck-Mandan (North Da-
writer for the News-
ft'' S sports kota) farm club of the Minnesota lY'1-1' Four more base hits in the
d w S.h I Leader. {i Twins, emerged as winner of the ; ,4' fourth produced three runs for the
\ h Out-of-town sports writers enjoying annual golf tournament for base- Pirates. Cover doubled, Jones
1 1N the night were Dick Pierce
'i ball personnel here for spring singled, Charles:: Corbett singledand
and Bob Myers with the Charlotte '' ;
: Beckett Barniak
I I training. i1 singled. was:
I newspapers. ; : safe on an error and Corbett b ll.
JOE- HAYNES, f 'mer major league pitching great and now vice president of the After the introduction of the !II Morgan won with a net 68 in : ed a triple in the fifth to account

Minnesota Twins, proud just as good an angler last week when he boated this 43- local people Melton introduced !, the scored handicap the tourney that was T. S. "Budd}"' ANDERSON, local angler, has been offici- for another run and the final two
by Callaway system.
pound drum near the jetties. Joe had plenty of admirers on his return to headquarters I Sherry for the Robinson Minnesota, Farm Twins, Director who in-! Twenty-nine entered the competition. -i. ally narrfed a prize winner in the 1962 Field and Stream I runs came in the sixth when Alvarez -
j Fishing Contest. "Buddy" won in the Atlantic Sailfish singled and Starratt doub>
of the Tins farm system supervisory personnel. Front row, left to right, troduced the scouts and ,
HaTncs, Frank Ryan, representative of Louisville Slugger bats, Bill Melton, former of the organization. Scouts managers'pres: The winner received a set of.I classification with a G'J-pounder that measured 8 feet, led, then was allowed to score on

mayor who was instrumental in first attracting the Twins' farm clubs here, Spencer I ent were Pete Appleton, Ernie I Citation golf woods for his:: vic 'II o'/j' inches. At right is Frank Ardine, skipper of the I an interference call which was
for lead in
the
enough 10
a run
Uojjhins, scout, Ernie Pacetti, scout, Sherry Robertson, farm director of the Twins and Pacetti, Packy Rogers, George tory. I Sail A Hoy out of Hill's Sailfish Marina at Palm Reach, ball game.

Ruth Harbison; secretary: to Iloberlson. Hack row, left to right,. Ralph Rowe, managerof. I Lacy, Hal Keller and Billy Mar Prizes were provided by Pro Ed from which Buddy hooked! his prize winner. The fish I Baker scored its only run I in the

the WiNon, N. C., club, Packy Rogers, scout, Pete Appleton, scout, Jack Pettit, who I tin. Managers present were All Mattson, A. S. Allan's, Bailey's, i was taken on 15-pound test line and required 30 minutesto fourth when Tharpe singled and!

served as Ilay'ne's: fishing guide, Al Evans, manager of the Charlotte Hornets, George Evans, Charlotte; Vern Morgan, '' Waas Drug Store, Steger's Thomp- boat.Pirates. I moved around to third and scored

Lacy, scout and Dick tfeinrek, scout. Ryan said that it was the first time, to his Bismarck; Harry Warner, Orlando son'Drug Store, Land and Williams I when Cover dropped the ball on

knowledge: he had""seen a ,fish strung up on a Louisville Slugger bat. ; Frank Franchi, Erie and Dan Daugherty of Florida I singled and Steve Thomas blasteda 'a play at the plate. Tharpe pot
Jack Mc-
Ralph Rowe, Wilson. Public Utilities Co., and Melton Bow To 385 foot triple to deep left fieldto the other visitor hit in the sixthto

Keon, manager of the Dallas-:: Hardware. drive, in the two runs, then I account for all of the hits by
in the Baker game as Alan Cover Fort Worth team, failed to return of and
Other winners prizes i
I scored
I when Richard Schomas
belted two doubles and single : linden I 16-3 Baker high.
a
the order in which they finished: ( flied out to right field. Alan Cover with 2 doubles and

I : while Corbett Tommy smashed Jones out and Charles and Bill Goldy 70, Bill Felker (who Camden came back in the fifth I a single, was the leading hitter I
single !
Slants a CityBovling had low gross) 73, Chuck Niesen The Camden Hurricanes trounced
; Sports I triple. Starratt added another with seven more runs to really ice for the Pirates while Tommy
double for the other extra base 73, Dan Hagan 73, Dick Vollmer the Fernandina Beach Pirates the game when Trapnell was safeon j I Jones and Charles Corbett had asingle
I I 73, Gene Ross 73!%, Hal Keller 74, 16-3, to hand the Pirates their an error. McDonald! singledand and triple, Starratt collected -
hit the
.. of game. League Jim Merritt 74, Jerry Crider 74, : I
BY CURT GORDON I & '* third loss in baseball for the sea- Trapnell singled in his sec- a double with Steve Bec
Bill Tomb 75, Jim Wells 75, Ray son. The game opened with neither -
I J I i ond trip to the plate during the i kett, Benny Alvarez, Tommy
Charles Corbett came up with BY 11. B. ELLIS, JR. Jablonski 75, Ted Uhlander 75, team able to do much in the I inning to account for the only Clark, John Barniak and Steve
Tha annual Baseball I'la'pr'I I County High. Thomas struck out l the fielding play of the game Pete Appleton 75, Fred Answorth I way of hitting or scoring but two hits. I Thomas getting singles.
Dinner at the Recreation seven, walked only two and did I[when he ran about fifty yards to WEEK OF 4-3-63 v 75, Wayne McAlpin 75, Robert Camden broke loose with two Score by innings: '
was another fine affair. The boys not allow the opposition but two I pull down a long drive off the Total I Stephpnson 75%, Ron Clark 75%, runs in the third after Joe Thrift I j Steve Thomas was the leading j Baker 000 100 1 2 G
seemed to enjoy the barbecued'ribs '': singles. Maybe Coach Benner has I bat of Marcus Rhoden. Rhoden is Team Standings W L Pins ) Paul Crawford 75%, Sherry Rob- had not allowed a hit or run for Fernandina Beach hitter with a Pirates 302 312 11 13 4
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and chicken dished out by the <:I ccme up with a winning combination I a standout football player who I Ii I Orville's 73 35 77014 I ertson 751%, Ted Sadowski 76, Al the first two frames.: i single and triple in two trips to I, Morris, Coombs and-
Merchant's Association and the' as he had his lineup juggled i has received a scholarship at Hadden Lanes' C7% 40% 77190,!,Evans 76, Al Schroll 76%, Ron I the plate while Benny Alvarez Starling;
Two walks and single by Thomas and Cover.
Lions Club. Joe Haynes, executive from the previous games which Georgia Tech. Sandbar 59 48% 76180The \ ;,}( Flender 771%, George Lacy 78, I Brian Balkom accounted a for the : and Tommy Jones 'got the other
vice-president of the Minnesota | the Pirates lost. I a & & Unknowns 49 59* 7510Becker's I two Pirate hits.
78 Richard Sorenson
Bill ,
Wagner
F[
: first two of the for What thrill it
runs always ,
73162 game Balkom, Dyals, Briggs, Ken- a brings
Twins and Hilly Martin, Twins I, ft Drugs 39 69 I
I Fish stories are a dime a dozen i 178, and Bob Aired 79%. I
Camden and in the fourth frame The final the
scout, short talks filled with >; [ Beach Bar 3G 72 73841 I nedy, Trapnell, Robinson and Mc- payment on car;
gave Bob Stover continues to talk around our fair city and Charlie I Pro and Mrs. Mattson handledthe the visitors smashed out four hits Happiness for
Donald the enough some
Camden hits.
humorous baseball stories. Bob I High Team, 3-Games got seven
basketball and be elated
seems to Tomlinson and Jake Bunch came scoring for the tourney. I
I I and
seven runs.:: Roger Dyals, Score To go and buy another car.
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BilllMelton I by innings.
2899!)
and Hadden Lanes
Springer, George Tyson I
over his prospects for next sea up with a good one this week. It Kennedy, Briggs and Robinson i
Camdn 002 77
provided an entertaining son. It's kinda funny, but a few seems as though Charlie hookeda Sandbar 2881 i collected the hits : 16 7
the inn
Just another fine night I Orville's 2873 ,I! Golf Association during Pirates 000 30 3 4
program. days ago we overheard Stover real big one that broke his rod A ing. t MORE SPORTS
for everyone. 1 trying to arrange a couple of basketball i off above his hand. He lost line, High, Ind. 3GamesJ. i Briggs and Lott; Thrift, Sapp
I Fernandina scored all, three of and Jones.
1f Beckett 697
I games With a coach of another reel and hooks. Later on duringthe I
I \ J. Williamson 6* 2 Names Best Ball its runs in the fourth when Alan I[ ON
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We want to remind you school. When Stover asked afternoon Jake hooked something I I
Cover walked, Jones'
Patronize
Tommy Our
League prospects and Senior League the guy for a couple of dates, the I and when he reeled it in it L. Flint 614 Advertisers
players that Saturday morning first reply was "You must be was Tomlinson's reel and line. High, Team GameOrville's ., Tourney Teams -- ------- -

at ten o'clock is the time to'' loaded next year:" Maybe that is Charlie said the big one got away, 103G
register to tryout for a baseball the reason schedules are hard to but he got his reel back. Sandbar I 1031 !
team for the summer. Tryouts I arrange because if you ask another ok ft Hadden Lanes 1008 Rudy York, tournament chair FERNANDINA BEACH M

will\\ begin at five o'clock next coach first he thinks you Lamar Jacobs, Charlotte out- High, Ind. GameJ. man of the Fernandina Beach ,
I Beckett 243J Men's Golf Association, announced -,
Monday, so be sure to report to are loaded. fielder, recently got married and
the ball park at ton Saturday'I $ to Miss Indiana. Dick Pierce, Barniak 240 this week that competition has "JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWNBEACHES'I
0. Saunders 236 been set for Saturday, April
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morning. The reason* will begin Bill McRae, former Fernan- I Charlotte Sports writer, was teasing up
on May! C. I dina standout athlete, continues I Jake but Jake had the last High Scratch Bowlers 27.
& & I, to shine in baseball for South I word when he said, "You knowme I J. Beckett 225-643 Teams have been named and
J. Williamson 216-587 the tourney will be run ,much as
Steve Thomas, ace lefthanderon Georgia at Douglas. McRae has Always first class"Ito !
the Pirate pitching staff, tossed pitched 20 innings so far this sea {' S. Bohannon 191536F. the pro-amateur competition is Directory Furnished By These Merchants and Business MenGeorge's -
Bowen 187 525 staged, with the team with the
hum Jonathan Hill and -
Feinandina to its first baseball son and has allowed only 3 runs. I _
H, Ellis 188-521 lowest net emerging as winner.
his Beach High Band
victory of the reason Tuesday 4( Fernandina I
I done it As usual L Flint 187-518 Each team will have a captainwho
have again. theyWe're
'afternoon against Baker Fernandina bats were booming I FLOHlnA'SFIUST SuburbanShore
'- J. Barniak 210-515 will play from scratch. Three
K. Skidmore 170-507 other golfers will make up the

I foursome with' each receiving a Machine Shop GOLF COURSE Gas Co.

returned from the District Band handicap. The "A" player will receive -
3oUNcE Meeting with all Superior ratings. four strokes, the "B" player I I 2 N. FRONT ST. EXCELLENT SERVING ALL

The next stop will be the State 6 strokes and the "C" player 8 !' Machine Work S IS-HOLE YOUR NEEDS IN
strokes. LP GAS ANDC.1S
Band Meet.
j I, Entry fee is $1 for each player! : Welding Brazing ,..v IJKSI1DES APPLIANCES
J i ok ,
) f i! and $100 in prizes will be award- I
l, i You know the teacher said Marine Repairs 7 South 7th St.
/ / I. to Tommy, "You haven't returned !
I t I I ed.The teams, made up of mem- Special Service To Phone 261-3661
: your report card. It's now three ,
OpeningFor 1,7/ i!j! weeks overdue." Tommy replied: i bers of the Golf Association, are i Shrimp Trawlers

tI "I can't help it. You gave me an as follows: I All Work Guaranteed T. H. KING
Andy Anderson, captain, Buddy
A in something and they're still Open 8 a.m. to 5
p.m.
r Franklin Jones Walter at JETTIES
Burgess, ,
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mailing i it around to relatives. Preston. Monday Thru Saturday PHOTO SHOPRoll

The Mrs. Skipper*
from the Nassauville Fish Camp Steen, Don Roberts, Woodrow Night 261-3338 Fernandina Harbor Developing & Printing

that trout are being caught on Stuart. Kodak Film
i dead bait. Bob Talton, captain, Bill Childs, HIGH LOW Photo Supplies
: |, There are nice catches I
SUMMER SEASON
SPRlt AND of drum and Lorina Wilder!i' Ham Hamilton, Mutt Talbird. : I Jlovie-Colored & Regular
brought in a four-pound bass from I Ray Caldwell, captain, Al Bo- : UJI Friday, April 12 Weddings

the Nassau River over the week- dine, Lester Durham, Jeff Bow \ 10:14 a.m. 4:28: a.m. Portraits by Appointment Only]

end. Fishing is good and getting ers.Bob i Complete Line of 10:25: p.m. 4:24: p.m. Studios At 504 Ash St.
FRIDAY l APRIL 12. 2:30 P. M. better. Gideon, captain, Pete In- Mercury Parts
a : gram, Cecil Loptein, Darwin Saturday, April 13 Phone 261.4586

i Porter reports from Porter's Smith. I: 10:40: a.m., 5:09: a.m.
INDER: MANAGEMENT : Fish Camp that small drum and Bill Melton, captain; Ervin Williams 11:13 5:02
whiting are being brought in Bill Miller, Tom Digby. GATOR TRAILERS p.m. p.m. G. E. (GLENN) r
I' Sam Merrow, captain, Ed Boner,
from the Sunday
Jetties and it appears April 11
that fishing is good out his Dan Daugherty, H. M. Askins. i LASSERREMOTOR
11:21
way. a.m. 5:49 a.m. KITCHENS{
BOUNCELAND -:"> 1 Leighton Shave, captain, Gus I
: Bud Holt reports from the I Lowenstein, Bob Phinney, Harry I CO. 11:47 p.m. 5:45: p.m.

.. Ocean Pier that blue fish andwhiting I Taylor. I S. 8th St. Ph. 261.3819Going Monday, April 15 Electrical
I Geo. Edison ;
have been biting 'real Tyson, captain, ( 6:38 Contractor
I Casey, Louis Nolan, John Pozega.'I a.m.
good, but lately
the has
TRAMPOLINE CENTER i been muddy causing good water fishing i Y. E. Hall, captain, J. W. Hiers, I 12:10 p.m. 6:36: p.m. 2MIOUR SERVICE

; to drop off. Small drum are being I Burns Baily, Bill Rodeffer. [, Fishing Tuesday, April 16 Phones
AT Tom Lannon, captain, Andy
THE BEACH
caught at the pier also and Holtsa's 261-5191 or 261-4379 '
he is expecting to Allan, Bob Breslin, Jim Clark. Visit Us For 12:40 a.m. 7:34 a.m.

;:: ,: Slfe( Entertaining, Exercise For The move Potts in Fish most* any tr1.7 day.pompano O'Callahan Harry Fizer. ,Poole Carl, Swanson captain,, Emerson John-I Complete rjshing Line Tackle Of 1:08 Wednesday: p.m. April. 7:38: 17 p.m. "Your" Message '

Camp on Lofton
Entire Creek reports Harold Courson Tom Shave, captain, Jesse I Rods 6 Reels 1:40 a.m. 8:35 a.m. Could Be Here

Family caught 15 blue gil bream. Bill Tiner, Ray Landress, Bill Hardee. Outdoor Camping 2:14 p.m. 8:45 p.m.
Thompson and Terry Glynn Waas, captain, Frank Low Rate
I it caught about 15 bream Turbyville alonO'with Lambright, Perce Entzminger, EquipmentFIRESTONE Thursday, April 18

YIPP\ EE/ some small bass and Mr. Cecil Brewton. 2:48 a.m. 9:37 a.m. And
Each WeekendH
w Open James
Kostoff brought in four nice b is.1 Rudy York, captain, 3:22 p.m. 9:52: p.m.
(J D H (' They report fishing is good. I Webber, Newt Roberts, Chuck. BEACH SUPPLY 7,000 People

t"v j + '+ Howard Tides Courteiy
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i i8 The old fellow's wife had been I[ Bob Young, captain, B. J. Sloan, 112 Atlantic Are 261--MS2 Coast It Oodetic Survey Will See It!

I''' Gordon Butler, D. W. Ringer.
nagging him for months to tale
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relented
one night before
going
to bed and took I FUN I NTH E SUN
ll several from a :
Lamar Perdue Ray Beville : box she had bought him. The next 'useHie'WANT \I

._. 1Jij,-=... : gri/. morning him the wife kept shakngg'I I, AT FERNANDINA BEACH = I
to get up. "Get "
she
up
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of bed. "All right, all "' .. -
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I Joe S. Cottle Jr. News From the F.S.T."Operation Alpha-

I FOR RENT CLASSIFIED H bet", F.C.E.E., improving test results -

WANT AD RATES i j Soldier of MonthAt Bryant Academy i in reading, duties of our

.05 per word .'25 minimum I DISPLAYFOR Fort Davis supervisor, highlights of a prin.
I FURNISHED APT for rent. 1740S. II I cipal's conference, recently attended

Card" of Thanks ResoluUons I 7th, $50 month, water fur BY ANNETTE BRIDGES by Principal Bryant at
I (AHTNC) Army SpecialistFour
and Similar Notices nished. 261-3781. tfc SALE PUBLIC RELATIONS j Bethune Cookman College, Day-
I Joe S. Cottle Jr., son of Mrs.
.03 word $1.00( minimum
,per 7 ROOM UNFURN. house. Phone ReasonableTwo Pearl N. Cottle, who lives on tona Beach.
Cal 261-3686 or 261.3687 i . ':'. On Friday, March 22, the principal -
Route 1 Fernandina Fla. recently Professionalism was briefly discussed -
2613422. M2p Weeks and faculty entertained fortyseven '!
,'Gr', place ad at office I 7 Old received a certificate of achievement honor, students during by Principal Bryant and
I
511 Ash Street TWO BEDROOM unfurnished :' A.K.C. Registered and a $25 U. S. savings I the second period. The affair :, our Supervisor, Mr. Wefeb who

house. 613 Fir St. Phone 201- Male Pekinese PuppiesCall bond after being selected soldier marked the fourth of this: kind in was guest at our meeting. lIe too,

4717. Allc I f the month for 10th j brought us much food for thought.
261-3073 or 261-4990 ) Infantryat succession, for all members of the
Fort William D. Davis Canal I This will be all of the news for
FOR SALE THREE BEDROOM house, Five or See At Bryant Academy's Honor Socie- ;
Zone. A medical aidman in the i, made now, so until later, be sure to
Expressions by
Points. Call 261-5421. tie Dixieland StoreSALE I ty. were
Ith Battalion's Headquarters Company Principal Bryant and each faculty I look for our next write up.

PIANO FRENCH Provincial NICE ROOM with private bath, Specialist Cottle was chosenfor member, followed by each honior James 1 B. Bryant, Principal

Spinet with bench. $300. 2G1- private entrance, half block his soldierly appearance, student Refreshments were

5382. Allc from Post Office. Phone 261- knowledge and performance of served and Mrs. Owens, our visit- Confront a child, a puppy, anda

.....- .- 4341. or 2G1-518G. tfc luties: and military courtesy. Cot. ing teacher, made encouraging re kitten with sudden danger; the

FOR SALE OU KENT. 3 bedroom ,I ---- -- -- tie, a 1956 graduate of Fernan. marks. During the third six child will turn instinctively for

hayse. Nothing down, $;))8, mon FURNISHED APT. $35. 111 I PARK dina Beach High School, enteredthe weeks period, thirty-two students assistance, the puppy will grovelin

house. Nothing down. $58 I S. 5th St. tIc Used Trucks Army in February 1961 and I were honored, and forty-seven at I abject submission, the kitten

month. Off Bailey Road. Phone I I2GbMW. ]FURNISHED, NEWLY decorated completed basic training at Fort the fourth six weeks. We were will brace its tiny body for a

; A25p downstairs apt. 16 N. 5th St. : Benning, Ga. His father, lives at very happy to see the academic frantic resistance. Saki.

I Phone 2614227. tfc II j 1939;) Ford Pickup 1 ( Fernandina Beach, Fla. growth of our students, with approximately ---- ----

FOUR BEDROOM; r, 2 baths, $9!),. I $895 one-fourth of them
HXL North Fletcher Ave. Phone26152tG. McCRANIE AI'TS V-8, Custom Cab "A dollar isn't worth a dime making the honor roll.

1-3 ROOM FURNISHED APT. I unless spend it and then it's I
A18c .. you
1938 Ford Pickup On March 25, the Peck High
Utilities and washing machine aRE worth about 50 cents." Fred
v-S $795 Jr. team edged by the ever improving -
TRAILER FOR BOAT, up to 1C furnished, $8.75 week, private I \\ W. Grown, Edgevvater (N. J.) "Dragons" with a score
bath. Also, beach rentals. Call YES SIR I PHONED YOU. HOW MUCH Citizen.
ft 2613746. A18p 195:1: Ford Pickup mivwi Bergen County of 27-28. This was the most thrilling -

I W. I. McCranie, 261-4642. If no I 6 Cylinder $195iiFIii ALLOW ME ON MY TRAILER -. game of the season for the

WAREHOUSE & OFFICE. Phone answer, call Mrs. Long, 2G1- I FOR A 3- SED ROOM HOME?* PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE boys in blue. Their record for the

261-3519. tfc 9035. tfc OF LEGISLATION
season 2-10. This record should
-- TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
TOMATO PLANTS. Phone 261. 124 S. 5TH. FOR RENT, unfurnished -. Notice is hereby given of intentionto improve next season, for they
I apply to the 1963 Session of the will lose .first string cars are insured
328G, Soo Hoo. 213 N. 13th St.Alip. 2 bedroom house, just PUBLIC NOTICEIN PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE Florida Legislature for passage of an only one f1
\ painted, new tile floors AllpUPPER I act for the relief of George Leslie player. with us than w ithanyothercompany.

_. _-" ---- 1961 Falcon TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE TO CREDITORS I Bryant. for damages resulting froman I' The "Dragonettes" lost their I
accident while at the .
LECK APTS. comPlete. JOL'RTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN I'LORID.ST.TUIES a prisoner
DOZIER & GAY PAINT for Wagon $1495 AND I'OR NASSAU COUNTY, Nassau County Prison Farm providedfor second game of the season, and Find
ly furnished including TV I'LORlD.IS CHANCERY. CASEIN IN TilE COURT OF THE COUNTY payment of not more than One out why now!
every purpose, colors and white. I Phone 2613118. tic NO. -* JUDE, NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA Thousand Dollars ($1.00000) by Nas. their first in the history of the

Distributor: -SWELL'S SWAP 1957 Chevrolet RE: IN PROBATE. sau County Commissioners; providingan school, to the "Lassies" of Peck

SHOP, 511 South 8th St. FLRN1SHED APT. fe bloc from I Wagon, Rebuilt $695 TREATIE ADOPTION MARIE OF GREEN, HATTIE In re: Estate M. ANDERSON of Deceased. Dated effective this date.10th day of April. 1963. Jr. team with a score of 20-22.I I!

Post Office, electric kitchen, Motor a minor, by JIM HENRY SAWYER To All Creditors and Persons Having I'.oard of ,County Commissioners of This terminates the basketball i I James Mowers

:3 'BEDROOM, HOUSE, family private entrance. Phone 201- his and wife.LOIS THOMPSON SAWYER, Claims: or Demands Against Said Estate Nassau it County, Honda 4-n seasOn for this year with a 10-2: I Atlantic Ate.

room, concrete block, fenced 4311 or 2615186. tfc I 1958 Chevy V-8 NOTICETO lou and each of you are hereby record. Their record last season I ; Phone 261-3982

ba k"yat'd. 5 Points aiea. Phone Std. Trans. $795 notified and required to present any PUBLIC NOTICE was 15-2.
I : Nathaniel Enock Green
2CWJ88. Allc DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT: claims and demands which you, or
Unfurnished. Corner of 4th and Address UnknownYou either of you, may have against the LV TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE On the other side of our news, ,,AI
1953 are hereby notified that the
Jeep Wagon estate of HATTIE M. ANDERSON, deceased FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OFTHE '
HOUSE TRAILER with 2 rooms Calhoun Street, across street above-named Petitioners Jan: Henry late of said County to the STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND our regular monthly professional STATE FARM MUTUAL

att cned. Terms arranged. Ph. from school. (St. Joseph's Aca. 4-Wheel Drive $495 of Sawyer the City and of Lois Callahan.Thompson Florida Sawyer, have I County Judge of Nassau County. Flor. FOR NASSAU COUNTY IN CIIAN. meeting was held at the schoolon Aubookd IRSWI. .C."criom.Otte.BInss&tnliknnis *
ida at his office in the court house of .cj
CERY. CASE NO. 2640 1 in Room 3. This en. "
2G1-5234. tic filed a petition in the above'st "led April ,
demy). Phone 261-4200 or 261- said County at Fernandina Reach, ROY COPPAGE,
--- court for the adoption of the minor Florida within six calendar months tailed: Delegates' report from
tfc Plaintiff,
3800. Stop By This child named therein and you are required -
from the time of the first publicationof ---- ------
COMPLETE vs.NORMA
OUTFIT
like new ..
-- to show cause why the same
this notice. Two copies of each
B. COPPAGE
12 ft. run-about with controls, FRESHLY PAINTED / Weekend should not be granted by serving a I claim or demand shall be in writing, I II II DefenC a"t.

truilur and 35 horsepower John. TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED / I copy upon of Mercury jour written N. Kavouklis defenses: 24 if South any. I, and shall state the place of residence I NOTICE TO DEFEND
and post office address of the claim
I TO NORMA 15. COPPAUE,
ton motor, excellent condition, apt. private entrance. 421 N. 4th Street. Fernandina lieach.: Flor. : :
ant, and shall be sworn to by tae I c/o Rita Mae Davis,
$450. Phone 2GMG10. tfc 3rd. tfc iasserre Motor !I ida Henry Altorney Sawyer for and Petitioners.Lois Thompsoni'aujer Jim \:Claimant, his agent, or attorney and I 317 Hoppe, 1
I accompanied by a filing fee of one .
of the of Florida Chickasaw Alabama.You SMALLER
I City Callahan dollar and such claim or demand not i notified that suit ARE
LAD.IES AND CHILDREN'S TWO BEDROOM apt. upstairs and by filing the original thereof are hereby a PAYMENTS
>> Company I with the Clerk of said Court; other. II so filed. shall be void. I in equity has been brought againstyou
foam rubber handbags. Taking furnished. All electric kitchen. < -s- Annie May Cook by Roy Coppage in the Circuit
decree be entered
wise a against
may I
As administrator of Estate of YOUR
orders for Easter. be Phone 261-5269 or 2613230. tic you granting such adoption. the Court Fourth Judicial Circuit in and DO ALL
now
May
So. 8th Si. Ph. 261-3819 WITNESS my hand and the seal of I HATTIE M. ANDERSON, deceas- for Nassau County Florida, and you WHEN YOU
seen at home at Five Points, i said Court at 'ernandina Beach, cc' are hereby commanded. ordered and
TWO BEDROOM .FURNISHED MERCURY N. KAVOUKLI3 requested to file jour written Answer iiiii PLACE
nextdoor to Gulf Station at Florida this 14th day of March 1963. ONE
Fiv --Points. Phone apt. on beach, year round $60 I 's- D. 0. OXLEY 124! South 4th StreetP. or defense to the Complaint Wed' herein FINANCING AT
2615421.Allc Clerk of the Circuit Court4t 0. I"ix 462 against you in the above entitled
mo. Howard Hammond, 261- PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE 321, 28, 4-4, 11 Fernandina Reach Florida Court iff the office of the Clerk of the::1 ,
3733. tfc Attorney Circuit Court in and for Nassau County '
!
BUY A HOMESITE on the Nassau -, OF SALE I _ _ :== i 4t_. 3.28, 4-4, 11. 18 I Fernandina: in his office Beach in Florida the Courthouse, on or be inI'\'

River Beautiful SMALL UNFURNISHED house I will sell to the highest and best I PUBLIC NOTICEIN r fore the 15th day of May A D 1963,
hignSDdjdry for rent. 1310 Franklin St. Call cash bidder for repairs and storage I and to serve a copy of such answer time
FOURTH
TilE CIRCUIT COURT, special with
number
Arranging
lots at Nassauville. due. one 1949 I ord, 4door. motor No. PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE and defenses upon Albin C. Thompson payments a
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
261-5277 for further information. ,
Others with waterfront privil. P11AP19126: Serial No. 3AT1J196, on IN AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY.IN Jr., Plaintiffs Attorney whose ad of shops can run into Besides it's in. '
TO CREDITORS money. ,
tic Saturday, April 20, 1963 at 10 a m.. at dress is 308 Atlantic Avenue, Fernan
;ges. Small down payment. Johnson's Garage on South 8th St., CHANCERYCASE NO. 2654 }"LORID.STATUTES dina I'.each: Honda, on or before saic convenient. Play it smart! Finance all
Terms to suit. Phone Francis TWO BEDROOM unfurnished Fernandina Beach, 1'la JOYCE THOMPSON JARRETT, IN TilE COURT OF TilE COUNTY date as required by the Laws of Flor your purchases
I Johnson Prop.3t Plaintiff. JUD.E, NASSAU COUNTY, FLORID ida and the 1934 Florida Rules of Civil through us. You'll like the way we do
1l4Opular 5-2GGlM Jacksou-: house. 4-4 11, 18 \5. \, IN PROBATE. Procedure. If you fail to do so a De
,ril 'ifc. In re: Estate of ciee Pro Confesso will be entered business!
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CARROLL (i. JARRETT, SADIE ELLA DECKER, Deceased.To against you for the relief demanded I 1 I
TWO ROOM funushed apartment Defendant. All Creditors and Persons Having in the Complaint.You .
Lf RQE SHADED LOTS at Amelia if if PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF SUIT Claims or Demands Against Said Es- ar'! further notified that the

100 X 145. $10 down, $10Je U. F. SAHLMAN NOTICE UNDER TilE FICTITIOUS THE STATE CARROLL OF FLORJDA(I. JARRETT-, TO: tate You: and each of name nature of of the said Court suit in is which Divorce.this The suit loans up 10 $600

) { month. Call Howard llamjnond PHONE 2613221WANTED Notice is hereby NAME given LAW that the undersigned Residence Unknown notified and required you to present are hereby any has been instituted is, Circuit Court,
You are hereby notified that Complaint Fourth Judicial Circuit, Nassau Coun
a
2G1-3733. tf: pursuant to "Fictitious I claims and demands which you, or
for Divorce has been filed i Florida, and the abbreviated title
,
Name either of have the ty
1 Statute" House Bill No. 1175, you may against G.A.C. FINANCE
Chapter No. 20953, Laws of Florida. ', against you and you are required toi&VC i estate of Sadie Ella Decker deceased of this case is Coppage vs. Coppage
1941, will register with the Clerk of1! a copy of your Answer or i late of said County, to the County It is hereby ordered that this Notue
$:JjO DOWN $51 MONTH buys the Circuit Court in and for Nassau |,, Pleading to the Complaint on the j, Judge of Nassau County, Florida at shall be published once a week foi CORPORATION
:three bcdioom Masonry home. County Florida upon receipt of proof Plaintiffs Attorney, THOMAS C: j I his office it? the court house of said I four ((4)) consecutive weeks in the Fer-
I HALL 11 North Fourth Street, 1'ernandma randina Reach News Leader, a news
of at Fernandina Reach, Florida
lAppioxinutely three years old. WHITE LADY wants to keep 2 I titious publication name, to-of\\it this: notice, the fie-1 I' Beach, Florida, and file the i!' County, within six calendar months from paper of general circulation in said i AMOUNT A Y MEN IS Fol

or 3 children, day or night, in D & t P. (2ARBAKE PICKUP original Answer or Pleading m the' the time of the first publication of Nassau County in Fenrandina Beach. You GET 2' MONTHS 20 MONTHS 11 MONTHS 12 MONTHS
i Under which office of 'the Clerk of the this notice. Each claim demand Nassau County, Honda.
: her home. Phone 261-5993. tfc we are engaged in I or
< Court of Nassau Florida D.I hand and Clerk ol f
business.We County shall be in writing, and shall state WITNESS my as S 75.00_ S 5.06 S 5.1.7 5 7.55
or before the 13th day of May, A. said Circuit Court of Nassau County
in business the of residence and office
place
are engaged at Five post
THREE BEDROOM 1 MASONRY WANTED TO BUY, on rental Points. Fernandina I'.each.: Fla. 1963 Herein fail not or Decree Pro j address of the claimant, and shall be Florida and the seal of the said j 160.00 S 9.1.9 10.79 11.67 16.11

tome. Air conditioned, beautiful terms, unfurnished, 3 room That the only parties interested in Confesso will be entered against you. j sworn to by the claimant, his agent. I Court at Fernandina Beach Nassau 1.25.00 21..86 28.35 30.69 1.2.50
for the relief demanded in the Comi Florida, the 28th ol
,
I County on day
lot $10,800 with $100 down. said business enterprise are Com*'ay I or attorney, and any such claim or
modest house. Walking distanceto
Davis. Jr. and Dykes Brannan. i I plaint. j i iI demand not so filed shall be void. March, 1963. 600.00 34.39 39.31. 1.2.66 59.35
Approximately $68 month. food market. Please write 4t 3-28, 4-4. 11, 18PUBLIC I I The nature of said suit being for I Douglas Wm. DeckerAs -S- D. O. OXLEY
!
divorce. Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Mrs. Elsing, 418 S. Lincoln St., Witness my hand and official seal administratrator of the Estate of in and for Nassau County, 308 Atlantic AvenueFernandina
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Shawnee, Okla. Allp as Clerk of the Circuit Court of Nas. Sadie Ella Decker deceased at Fernandina Beach Florida.
sEA"DI sau County at Fernandina Beach, Thos. J. ftave Jr. .s- Albin c. Thompson, Jr.
ONE NEW BRICK, three bed., Honda, this 5th day of April, A. I). Attorney for AdministratorFirst Attorney for Plaintiff BeachFloridaTelephone
COLLECTOR-SALESMAN to service IN THE CIRCUIT COURT publication March 28, 19634t
:JrotrtnT; den, I1* baths, 150 foot our accounts in Fernandina. FOR NASSAU COUNTY, 1LORIDA. 1963.(SEAL) -s- D. 0. OXLEYClerk 3-28, 4.4, 11, 18 I 308 Fernandura Atlantic teach Avenue, florida. 261.3681

,frontage. $11,950 with $500 Yulee section. Must have IS C1UNCERY I of Circuit Court of Nassau 4ts 4-4. 11, 18, Zt:
car
.nlA ""ur Va. NO. 261 County Flonda. Olfoi Hours Doily5; Wednesday I Saturday M2
plus liability insurance. ApplyL TilE ONONDAGA COUNTY SAVINGS THOMAS (J. HALL PUBLIC NOTICE
ALSO FIVE CONVENIENT OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE
JUNK
a corporation, PUBLIC NOTICE
Attorney for Plaintiff -
B. Price Co., 1554 Walnut ----------- --
: John T. Ferreira &. Son Plaintiff.'S. 11 North Fourth Street, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH :1 :
St. Jax. Wed. Thurs. Fri. Allp IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF Till
508 Atlantic Ave. Phone Fernandina Beach Florida. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, -
261-557] IJOBUY P. CANDand MARY 4t 4-11, 18, 25, S.2 LV AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY. FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 01
4 rVOZIEI --- A RIDE TO and from Jax. Mon.. ANNE C.NX.Dhis wife, LV CHAVCERY TilE STATE'OF FLORIDA. I>
Defendants. AND FOR NASSAU COUNT I>
& GAY PAINT Paint Fri. I work at Gulf Life Insur. NOTICE OF SLIT CASE NO. 2641 CHANCERY. CASE NO. 264 DRIVE IN FOR THE VERY BEST

:nov for Spring! Complete ance Co. from 8-4:15: corner of I THE STATE OF FLORIDATO PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE MILTON L TODD, ELENORA MASLNGALE THOMPSON .

tock colors and white and If interestedin : MARY ANNE CANNADI OF PUBLIC SALE Plaintiff Plaintiff r,
: for'etY' Laura Ashley. Post Office Box 617 vs.BARBARA \1. INANUTOT"
x\ kind of paint job.)3111ILL'S a rider, please contact liss31)'rna Walterboro. South Carolina I NOTICE IS HEREliY GIVEN that MCKLESS MEYER TODD, JAMES W. THOMPSON. ,
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat under and by virtue of a certain Ltfemlauf. Defendant
: SWAP
SilO Powell 2613967. Allc
511 a suit has been filed against you I Final Decree of Foreclosure made NOTICE OF SUIT NOTICE TO DEFEND "".
South 8th St. -- --- and Uobby P. Cannady in the above I and entered by the Honorable George I II THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: TO: James W Thompson; %.
-J--- entitled cause and that you are required C. Young. United States District ; BARBARA: NICKLESS MEYER TODD c'o Rodney Butler: >.. ,
\ \ to file jour answer with the I Judge, United States District Court 15010 Edgmore Street, Eden Georgia. /j" '/ ry2 '

C, l\U'l G TRAILER with aitietitiorie : .: MISCELLANEOUSWILL 1 Clerk of the above-stjled Court and to Mifdle District of Florida Jackson ': San Leandro, California.You You are hereby notified that a sui t F'i';: .. p. ... ...... .', :,;.L
Phone 2G1-5S01. AlSc1FT. .1 serve a copy thereof upon the plain. ville Division. on the 9th dar: of are hereby notified that a Complaint in equity has been brought agains .u
-- -. : Uif or plaintiffs attorneys, whose March A. D.. 1963. and recorded in1! for Divorce has been filed you by Elenora Masingale Thompson :
ts
PARTY WHO has
Booth'sMarket and address Duval County, Florida in a cause '! : FRONT-END CHECK
I names is John E. Ro- against you and you are required to m the Circuit Court. Fourth Judicia! -
FIBERGLASS BOAT,, bug sprayer please re- quemore & Cray C Ramsaur 825 therein pending. being docket number serve a copy of your Answer or Plead' Circuit in and for Nassau County, /
trailer, 5SA Mercury .15 h.p turnsame. r.arnett Hank; Building Jacksonville 4963 Civil J, wherein General Mills ing to the Complaint on the Plaintiffs Florida and you are hereby commanded -
See : : Allp 2. Florida not later than April 22nd Inc. is Plaintiff and lien C. Grunig Attorney THOMAS 0. HALL. 11 North ordered and required: to fin,
notor. $550. at GW North
) -- -- 1963. If you fail so to do. a Decree and Mildred H. (Crumg his wife, eta I Fourth Street. Fernandura Beach I jour written Answer or defense II to ONLY $6.50
44th St. Phone 2G1-455S.: tic: ; FREE TO GOOD HOME Tan, Pro Confesso will be entered against !. are Defendants I, as United Florida and file the original Anuer I the Complaint filed herein againsjou "SPECIAL"
-4 young female dog. Shepard mix. jou for the relief demanded in the States Marshal of the United States''' or Pleading in the Office of the Clerkof in the above entitled Cpurt in d c
Complaint This suit is to foreclose a District Court. Middle District of the Circuit Court of Nassau County -I office of the Clerk of the Circu t
1'MONARCH PIANO Excellent Good with children. 2615382.Allc mortgage. The real property proceed. Florida, Jacksonville Division 'will at Florida on or before the 23th day Court in and for Nassau County, i in:r For Alignment
) condition, $300. Phone 261J1851 ed against is: 11.00 o'clock A.M. on the 22nd: day of I of April A. D. 1963. Herein fail not or I his office in the Courthouse in Fer- ,
after 4:30 Lot 15, NASSAU ACRES accord April. 1963 at the Main Front door I Decree Pro Confesso will be entered I nandina Reach Florida on or befor and $3.00 To
p.m. tic LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY with ing to plat thereof recorded in of the Court House in iern.nduTa against jou far the relief demandedin the 24 day of April A.D. 1963! and to
Plat Book 3. page 43. of the pub Beach Fltrida. offer for sale at PUblic the Complaint. I serve a copy of such answers and defenses Balance Front
: KI (;SIlEma' HOMES Dex-A-Diet tablets. A full lic records of Nassau Count, outcry. and will sell to the highest !:, The nature of said suit being for upon Albin C. Thompson Jr,'I I
NEW: BRICK K1NGSBERRY weeks supply only 98c at Lockwood's Florida. bidder for cash the property mention. divorce. plaintiff's Attorney, whose address i is i WheelsFree
WITNESS hand and ed in said Decree and described as
my the seal cf Witness my hand and official sealas 308 Atlantic Avenue, Fernandin taid;
)home just outside city limits i 1 Drugs. Allp said Court at Fernandina Beach. follows: Clerk of the Circuit Court of Nas- Beach. Florida on or before sai
for $350 down and balance of t Florida this 18th day of March A,D. The East Half of the Northeast sau County, at Fernandina Reach: date as required by the Laws of Fbi Brake Adjustment -
ALL TYPES ROOFING and re. 1963. Quarter of the Northeast Quarterof Florida thus 20th day of March A. D. Ida and the 1934 Florida Rules ofa
$65 per month. Buy now and: pairs. No down free (SEAL) -s- D. 0. OXLEY Section 16. Township 1 South l'2.: Civil Procedure. If you fail to do so ; With This JUg .
I'ickJut colors, tile work andinside money es- Clerk of the Circuit CourtA Range 24 East. Nassau County. (SEAL) -sD.. 0. OXLEY Decree Pro Confesso wilj be enterei, Special.
timate. J. B. Meeks Roofing ( copy of the Complaint filed hereinis Flonda. Clerk of Circuit Court. of Nassau against you for the relief demande ,.
arrangements. Comer Co., Jacksonville, Florida. PO attached to the copy of this notice which property shall be sold subjectto I County, Florida. in the Complaint.You .
Jot, with City water and lotsof which is mailed to each defendantfor the liens and mortgages of the THOMAS 0. HALL are further notified that th e WE ALSO HAVE 1
trees. 8057. Allp horn a residence more specific Duval Farmers Federal Credit Union. I Attorney for Plaintiff nature of said suit is Divorce. Th LOTOF :
than a State or country was given in a corporation as the same appears 11 North Fourth Street name of the Court: in which this su. ,
: if VANITY BEAUTY SHOP the sworn statement filed herein by of record in Mortgage Book 263. page 1 ernandina Beach, Florida. hs been instituted is, Circuit Court
TREES.SHADING Thrifty permanent wave $5.95. the plaintiff, his agent or attornej) 511 ol the Official Records of Nassau I 4t 3-21. %8. 4-4. 11 Fourth Judicial Circuit. Nassau County
a maspnry 4t 321. 28. 4-4. 11 County, Florida and Mortgage Book' Honda and the abbreviated tit
house with 3 bedroomsand Distinctive service budget 73. page 211 of the Official Recordsof of this case is Thompson vs. Thorn:

a family room on a corner prices. Telephone l l-46S6 for Nassau County, Florida respec- PUBLIC NOTICE son. It is hereby ordered that till
Notice shall be published once a wee
PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE tively. .
tot. Sound impossible? Near i appointment. tfc -s. John E. McGuire, Sr. NOTICE SALE for lour t4) consecutive weeks in th
fchools and can be had for I OF LEGISLATION U. S. Marshal of the United OF Fernanduta Beach News Leader,
: HOME MADE POUND cakes I will sen for the highest and best of general circulation 1
States District Court. Middle I new spaper
$500 .down and about $t)0) per TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: bid for cash, for Nassau
layer and birthday cakes District of Florida. Jacksonville wrecker service, ; said County in Fernandinneach.
Month. pies. I Notice is hereby given of intention to Division4t storage and repairs at public auction Nassau County "Florida
: All kinds. Call Patricia Lw e. apply to the 1963 for Session of the Florida 3-21 28! 4-4, 11 I on Monday April 29. at S a.m. itCordon's WITNESS my hand and as Clerk c d QUALITY GOODYEAR TIRES
261-5332. tfc Legislature passage of an act Automotive Service, Atlantic said Circuit Court of Nassau Count;
NEED A HOUSE right now? 3 the substance relating to the building, Ave. at beach. Fernandina Reach Florida and the seal of the sat AT SPECIAL PRICES
(edroQm house just outside construction erection alteration repair Fla,. the following automobiles: Court at Fernandina Reach Mass
FLOOR SANDING and refinish. removal, demolition PUBLIC NOTICE
use, occupancy One (1) 1957 Oldsmobile !98. 2-door County, Florida on the 19th day c
tity limits is vacant. Move m L ing. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson. or condemnation of buildings hardtop serial no. S79T02134, motor March. 1963.
NOTICE OF SLEI
today' for $60 per month. and structures lying outside the corp. no. 416571, and s- D. 0. OXLEY
Phone 2614609. tfc I orate limits of any municipality in will sell to the highest and best i I Ope 11) 1953 Ford. 2-door hard-top. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
jVouliI rent to
right party until i Nassau county providing for a build. cash: bidder for storage due. one 1955 I l I senal no. I3FV199227, body GOB motor in and for Nassau County Losserre Motor CO
able to buy.PAUL I iF YOU HAVE a drinking problem ing rode for roles and regulations Mercury convertible, motor No. 55S1-I no. EAB60490 and at Fernandina Reach, FJonda.s .
C. BURNS write Alcoholics inspection fees and employment cf aJ 86496M. on April 12 at 10 ajn. at the One tit 1954 Chevrolet 2-door coupe, Albm C. Thompson. Jr.
,
Anonymous i I biahLng inspector. examining board J. P. Justice residence Amelia
on motor no. 035U70F544. serial no. Attorney for Plaintiff.30a .
"Bii1der'of Kingsberry Home I' Box 338, city. EL-6-7700 J I and licensing of contractors and other Road. Fernandina Beach lla. UOI92t. Atlantic Avenue, 629 South 8th Street Phone 261.3819

319 S, 8th St Ph. 261-3GOC i tfc J provisions relating to contrato.4ts J. P. Justice. Dick Gordon.. Fernandina Beach.' Florida.It .
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Marion Oglesby, Winnie Melton Golf Association: I News From .
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Local Bowlers Take and Hildegard Lawrence of Waas I I II 'pIoEv I '

I Drugs placed 18th. :/Slates' Annual' MeetIgnite I: Y t) .

Honors In AnnualWomen's bowler Eleanor, was Flint ninth, in 150 singles average and i At Rec. Centefr I The Rec 'Center 76rtd& I P7he Mancfa V

18th in all events in Class B.
i William A. Childs, president of ,
Tourney i iBY There were 46 entries in Class C : the Fernandina Beach 'lien's Golf BY- _SANDY_n._ DcSANDRO. ly BILL FiNNIY !
: I lC .I In A Magnificent Mountain Setting
doubles, with Grace Joyce !and Association, announces that the
THURSDAY
APRIL 11: TUESDAY, APRIL 16: Florida's tourist business may
GLORIA HADDEX '! Eleanor Flint tying for 3rd and annual meeting of the organization Playschool in the Game Roomat I l Playschool in the Game Room be hurt unless long range plansare I
4th. Carolyn Rowland and Gloria
I i is slated for tonight at the 9:30 Joan Bean at 9:30 Joan Bean Instr. i iclrtying
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Fernandina Beach was 'well represented I took 22nd In ClassC a.m., Instr. i : a.m. made to control encephalitis
Hadden place.
in the annual Jackson- i Municipal Auditorium. Adult Ceramics Class in the 1!t Brownie Troop 355 in the Game mosquitoes, a state, health
Mile Women's Bowling Tournament singles, Carolyn Rowland tied : Officers and directors will bei Ceramics Room at 9:30 a.m., !' Room at 3:00 p.m. I official has warned.
for 36th. and :37th and 19th for all
held recentl/ Jacksonville. J events. Gloria Hadden tied for I elected for the new year, which Martha Jean Puletti, Instr, j Tap Dance Class in the Auditorium Unless plans of control are w I ,

There were three teams bowling 64th, 65th, C6th, and 67th singles I starts May 1. t Home Demonstration Club in j at 3:30 p.m., Julanne carried out it is estimated that in
Hadden Lanes and The meeting is set for the Conference Room at 10:00 OWens, Instr.
Was
Bailey's and 29th all events, Class C. I 8pm.and : a.m. ; from '20 to 30 years Florida will
Drugs, all l in the, Class D division. i l Grace lower all members are urged to at ,, Ballet Class ((3 & 4 yrs.) in the ;i Ballet Class (9-11)( ) in the Audi have half as many encephalitis w
The Hadden Lanes team, composed Joyce average tend. I Auditorium at 10:00 a.m., Julanne i torium at 4:30 p.m., Julanne carrying mosquitoes as it now
bowler, really had a field day. I
Owens, Instr. | Owens, Instr.
of Shirley Jackson, Grace I She took 1st place in singles and .1 has attache case carrying PIP- 1
Ballet Class ((6. yrs.) in the ; Atlantic Avenue} Playground, 1 t ,\
Joyce, Eleanor! Flint, Velma. : all events in Class D. She will be KAC ( squeaks.
Auditorium at 2:30 p.m:, Julanne supervised play, 3.a0. 5:30 ,
Hodge[ and Gloria Hadden, took awarded two trophies at the an- i I ( p.m. i Encephalitis is commonly
third place Mary Jane Wilson, nual meeting held at the George Owens, Instr. I Hugh Sides, Supv. 'known as sleeping sickness. Mosquitoes -:
Dot Odom, Betty Becton, Margaret Washington Hotel on May 27th. Bowling League Ballet Class ((5 & 6 yrs) in the I Ceramics Class ((10 and:! 11)) in are sometimes able to
Robison and Carolyn Row Auditorium at 3:30 p.m., Julanne the Ceramics Room at 3:30 pm., carry it concealed, so all shouldbe I
land: pf Bailey's team placed 11th, I Owens, Instr. Martha Jean Puletti, Instr. searched carefully when appre- Old World Charm wonderful food Bridal
while June 0'steep, Vi Suriano, Try A ClassifiedAeearch Ill II. B. ELLIS, JR. Ballet Class ((7-9)). in the Audi Tri- Hi Y in the Art Room. at hended. gorgeous

-' ---- .-.- --_.- ._- WEEK OF 4-4-63 torium at 4:30: p.m., Julanne! 7:30: p.ra. That encephalitis is a' tricky Suite, dancing: bridge, bingo, movies, shuffleboard,
Total i 1 Owens, Instr. Barbershop Quartet in the Conference malady, victims being most diffi-
Team Standings W L Pins I Ii Atlantic Avenue Playground, Room at 8:00: p.m cult to spot during working hours. Olympic size pool, art lesons, and rock hunting-near
i Bombers 70 38 71784 supervised play, 3:30: 5:30: p.m., Adult Ballet Exercise in the On some jobs indications of an '
Murray's Store 51 57 69999 Hugh Sides, Supv. Auditorium at 8:00: p.m., Julanne I epidemic have caused temporary. golf courses -antique and craft shops -Riltmore

From On Pont i Paper Mill 51 57 67637 Senior Citizens Club in the Owens, Instr. I undue alarm. Estate Mountain( rails dri\es pleasing rates.
Hadden Mixers 47 61 C9753 Conference Room at 7:00: pm. i i t i Men and Boy, Health Club in Such fear of the dreaded sleeping II
High Team, 3-Gamcs I Men and Boys' Health Club in I j I the Boys' Locker Room, day and sickness may be felt by 'all!

New way to beat the !, Murray's, Store 2929 the Boys' Locker Room, day and : evening. employers 'on occasion.' In cases, Write Harry Tracy, The Innkeeper,
Paper Mill 2926 evening. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17: rare of course. of an employee '
; Bombers 2905 Spanish Club in the Game \1 Girl Scout Troop 108 in the over sleeping quitiQil11e a.doe. ? The Manor on Charlotte Street in Asheville, .
I High, Ind. Games Room at 7:30 p.m. Game Room.at 3:00 tor shoyld'be called! immediately.There .
:
p.m.
Blister Problem ,J. Taylor 671 Fernandina Beach Golf Assoc. Atlantic' Avenue Playground, was something E'lse. I North Carolina

: S. Bohannon 600 in the Auditorium at 8:00 p.m. supervised play, 3:30. 5:30 p.m., wanted to say, but it will have to
F. Bowen 648" FRIDAY: APRIL 12: i Sides wait.. It's -thsta time right now. I
Hugh Supv. l .. .
Team Game in the Game .
Sub-Teen Club u -
4 new that gives I High: Ceramics Class ((12 and 13)) in -- .
system greater
you Bombers 1050 Room at 7:15'pm.: I "
'i, I the Ceramics Room ;at 3:30: p.m., .
,Murr y's Store 1042 Men and Boys' 'Health'Club in Martha. Jean Puletti, Instr. '
protection against moisture blistering : Paper Mill! 1016 theBoys' Locker Room. day. and Adult -Ceramics' Clays in the I
High, Ind. Game
than traditional$ ed oil paints: r !J. Taylor; 249S. 268 evening.SATURDAY, APRIL 13: I I tha Ceramics Jean Room Puletti at, Instr.7:30: p,m., Mar i TASTE I ffiedifi.rocoin
F. Bowen
II Teen Club in the Game Room Majorette Practice on the Patioat
It! the old paint has blistered, remove old paint down to Bohannon 246 at 7:30: p.m. j,I 7:00 p.m.Men HOLLY .
Scratch BowlersII. HILL MILK !
bare wood. High Men and Boys' Health Club in and Boys' Health Club in I
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Wilson 251-652
the Boys Locker Room, day and : the Boys' Locker Room, day and
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Prime with Du Pont Blister-Resistant Primer. S. Bohannon 230-612 I

Cover with one or more coats of 'Lucite" House Paint. R.F. Bowen Hadden 225 224--591 573 MONDAY evening.. APRIL 15: I I II THURSDAY evening. APRIL 18: I T A S T E f&s frosliRgss.! .
Children's Art Class in the Art
Dries in one hour. Clean hands and brushes_ with water. J. Taylor 215512Bowlerettes St. Michael's Guild Workshopin
Room at 3:30: p.m., Faith Britton.1 the Conference Room at 9:00
Result-a lovely, rich, low luster finish of far longer life I [Instr. a.m.I ; DIRECT FROM FARMER TO CONSUMER'

than oI -st)Ie linseed oil paints! I I Atlantic Avenue Playground: Playschool in the Game Roomat j

supervised play, 3:30: 5:30. p.m., 9:30 a.m., Joan Bean, Instr.
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For previously painted surfaces in good condition: apply I Hugh Sides, Supv. Adult Ceramics Class in the ji TASTE t to. richness OUR JERSEY MILK(
one or \two coats of Lucite House Paint-no primer needed. BY HURLEY JACKSON Teen-age Ballet Class in the Ceramics Room at 9:30: a.m., Mar i
I WEEK OF APRIL 9 Conference Room at 3:30 :, .
pm.
tha Jean Puletti, Instr. '
Naw Do Pont rucnfHouse Paint Total Julanne Owens, Instr. Ballet Class .((3 & 4)) in the I i PROVIDES A MORE EVENLY, BALANCED. DIET.
Team W L figs! Pre-teen Ballet Class in the Auditorium ,at 10.00 a.m., Julanne -
Hadden Lanes 85 31 58540 Conference Room at 4:30 p.m., Owens, Instr.
fClf Wood, StLICCO Of Setzers 65 51 58258: I ,Julanne Owens, Instr. Ballet Class ((6 yrs) in the
r AfJsonry-J2 colors i Hardee Bros: 60 56() 56214 Island Squares Club in the I Auditorium at 10:00: Jul. Ii MOVE UP TO QUALITY -- Use Premium J Jersey Milk
Baileys 50 66 57379 Game Room at 7:30 p.m. '
Owens
anne Instr.
k. ONLY $8.55I Beach Bar 41 72 56766 Adults and Teens Ceramics I Ballet Class ((5 & 6)) in the "The TASTE Will Tell"NOW
I Waas Drugs 41 72 54643 Class. in the Ceramics Room at Auditorium at 3:30: p.m., Julanne j
GAL. i Hi Team Single Game 7:30 p.m., Martha Jean Puletti, Owens, Instr.
I l Itadden: Lanes 609 Instr. I Ballet Class ((7-9)) in the Auditorium AT YOUR FAVORITE STORE ASK FOR IT!

;I II Setzers 580 Garden Club in the Art Roomat at 4:30: p.m., Julanne

I I Baileys 577 8:00: p.m. f Owens, Instr.
Hi Ind. Single %Game Jaycees in Conference Roomat I Atlantic Avenue Playground, HOllY HLL DAIRY

LUCITE Eleanor Flint 209 8:00: p.m.Beginners'. > supervised play 3:30: 5:30': p.m.,
House Paint I Gloria Hadden 200 Square Dance Hugh Sides, Supv. i
Ruth Williamson' 192 1 Course in the Auditorium at 8.00 I Men and Boys' Health Club Jn "ONLY INDEPENDENT! DAIRY SERVING FERNANDINA ;3EACH"
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Hi Team Three Games
the Boys' Locker Room, day and
Hadden Lanes' 1691 pm.Men and Boys' Health Club in evening. For Home: Delivery Call 261-3193 t Fernandina Beach

Setzers 1561 1626 the Boys' Locker Room, day. and Mothers' Auxiliary of Troop I I
Baileys
evening. 191 in the Art Room at 7:15 p.m.' >
Hi Ind. Three Games .
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I Eleanor Flint 511 I "-

Patsy Cottle 506 A

NASSAU BUILDING & SUPPLY CO.I I Velma Hodge 4S9 When pickup counts gasoline CROWN-Standard's,now atanall-timehigh in"antiknock steppcd-up quality : I
; "regular, now

1129 South 8th Street Phone 2G1-3GIS I Trade At Home. CAPITOL 1 STANDARD STANDS OUT to boost your car's performance, cut your driving O'r .

LETTERBY costs; ECONOMY CROWNpopular dollar-stretcher
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.. .-... Heavy traffic,crowded schedules-that's Dixie's life- that supplies all the power many cars can use-and
,JERRY MOCK on-wheels today. And that's where your car shinesif at a saving.. Whatever you drive, stop at Standard

Gov. Farris Bryant called upon you use any of these dependable Standard gaso- for long-running gasolines and Standard service!
the 19C3 Legislature: to tax and
spend, raising $250 million in lines: CROWN EXTRA-Standard's premium grade STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY) ar .' !

W gro'tl to help Florida meet ..
1 ENNE U new financial money and educational needs of h .J ;. ,_. ... ,,-- .1IC : fo: ''''1

I the and population ex "
pansion.space age r : .. .::: ,t

Bryant recommended broadening
the three per cent sales tax '.
to cover almost everything; but y 4 hNp r
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s En
and medicines.
: groceries
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Florida has a $2 billion mortgage .. ;
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; on its future. : H .1'

+frrI tal A outstanding recent survey bond showed debt the of to-all ...; 4 ,4. ,

state agencies, districts, counties!: ., ..
; ; !;
and cities to be in excess of $2 IIx
t; < t.
billion.. /
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Based( on tfee. I960( federal census .,":1't"f. "'t:' .' :, ,

this means that every man, ...,# 'f'x
.I I woman and child in Florida cues ,7Y1W M/4 '
bond holders about $403 each. $

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Among the ever-present issues t A
before legislate sessions will be ..qa

furthr efforts on the part of state .....
educators to get more money to >>
i bring teacher's salaries up froma \/I,,:Ie _,..
level many have called "dis
gracefully low.
I State Superintendent of Public,
Instruction, Thomas D. Bailey,
termed the present state of teach
I er's salaries as "absolutely ridi- er
culous" for a state or nation
"which gives so much lip serviceto
the importance of education to

"- expect qualified men and womento a
male teaching their careers at %
1
the salaries now generally being
paid." *
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Florida State Turnpike Auth-
orities admitted that they really
don't know who is building what
I y AjA
.- WE'LLGQ PLACES on the turnpike extension. from !
I Fort- Pierce to Wildwood :
i Much of the construction workon a
: the turnpike extension is being t -xE } r

with an ALL-ELECTRIC HOME! done by sub-contractors, and r.- .. .'- .. .
the authority does noe'p records
showing which work is done
STANDARD
How about you, Mom and Dad Are you enjoying the benefits of modern by sub-contractors.: '.
:
elfvtrjc li\ing? TaKe a tip from Ueddy Kilowatt and choose an all. T. II Ervin, Director of Operations .;,
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for the Authority, said "We ; .I. "
electric home that's designed for jour convenience. An all-electric home look o.the. prime contractors; >>: '

has 1 Ueddt's wonderful work-s1\'iq; ; appliances and there's always plenty I and Beany Lewis pretty well

of house-power and Hunting to make your home cheerful, comfortableand keeps" an eye on what is going
OD. H, E. (Beany) Lewis u
completely modern.Florida Chief Engineer for the Authority


"These International Treatiesare
like our poor relations, one
Public Utilities Co. never hears of them until they're .

broke. John L. Teets,rRith- H. F. STONE JR. Agent Fernaadina Beadi Fla.
wood (W. 'Va.) Nicholas Repub ,

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